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' cleaning, pressing and re
PAIRING La diet' and Men'i Cloth
log. Work called for and delivered
ESS?1*?0"*:VU1W* DCII ,Tiw?B| tTi
^^PPI^:?8hbp(;43-J.
|? Parke Ave., under Broh's Shoe Store
11 HRST~WARD |
fe. ' 'Bisu Pearl Sturm has returned froir
|fe$,nijnlng at Morgantown.
|lj Casper Birchle, a surgical patient
r> from Brlilgeport, was dismissed yester
W. C. T. U, Will Meet.
Bj|fe The W. C. T. U. will hold a business
|^Kmeeting|at the home of Mrs. C. P.
j Malone on State street, Friday after
New Store on Water Street.
BSfyi:t "A now-store will be opened on Wat
IHHmSmefc^aVout March 1. The ston
Bj^Wli' be ln the room recently raeatei
H^SBykVlncent ami Qoulil ami will be
"known os Rosen's Bargain Store. XI
|&.'WndB of men's, women's and children's
If; clothing will be handled.
, Fifty Members at L. T. L.
jfe\'' The number of members present a
L. yesterday was fifty. This was
|||; the largest attendance this year, nl
K&ttoiigb one hundred nre enrolled. Lei
Bprbyery one come next Wednesday am
f: ma he tho attendance still larger. Tin
programme will be announced later.
Personals.
|."v yjwiasier .mines itoumsuu i? quite aiur
' at his home on .Merchant street.
Mr. 'and Mrs. .1. W. Simpson have re
' turned to their home at Clarksburg nl
ter a few clays' visit with relative
Mrs. Liberty Travis, or Morgantowi
avenuei who has been very sick, I
slightly ln>]irovecl.
j A son wns born recently to Mr. am
.'Mrs. Frank" Whan, of East Ferr;
. Martha, the little daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Murray Dlclterson.tjls rea
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 'Minor have rc
'turned to their home at Mnnnlngtoi
after a short visit with Mr. and Mrr
Howard Pople.
Linton Cutrlght, of Merchant streel
' wasvery sick yeslorday.
Mrs, Jane Dennett, of Market streel
ihas ben very sick for several days.
ISpkc WINFIELD ITEMS. ^
I The health of our community 1
?good at present
fflgMlss ; Ada Fast, of Forltsburg, an.
Mr. Herbert anil Dayton Boyce, o
'near MoMomitey, were (vlsitlng thel
Bister, Mrs. Emory Heck, Saturday an.
g^Mr. nnd Mrs. Stuart Vincent nn.
-daughter, of Fairmont, wero.vlsltlm
the Intter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,]
6. Morgan, at Long Run, Sunday.
'tiSCrjiand Mrs. G. W. Hawkins an,
Jaughter, Delia, were visiting at tit
gjjjjjjg s brother's, Mr. Thomas Haa
piuu
BEST
p REMEDY
For Women-Lydia E. Pink
K xliatin'sVegetable Compoum
HB^foah; Ky. ? "I was passiiig tliroug]
ISMthe Change of Life and suffered fror
headaches, uervou
prostration, aui
ut'uiumuiut's.
K&jKftfl "Lydia E. Pink
WBMSgaP ham's Vegetabh
BgffiffiBMH Compound made m
i'Mllin>l<" "IKl s,ru"k''?
t'"lt I can do all m;
KHfl housework, and ul
KgH j tend to the stor
j'o'SfgWa and post-office, am
UjmgraJM Ifeelmuchyounge
ffiSSBmroS than I really am.
sKSaSSSgJ "Lydia ) '. Pink
't Vegetable Compound is the mos
essful remedy for all kinds o
tie troubles, and I feel that X cai
r praise it enough." ? Jfits. Liza;
land, Noah, Ky.
e Cbangeof Life is themostcritlcs
>d of a woman's existence, am
set of health at this time invite
tse and pain.
omoneverywhereshouldremembe
there lsnootherremcdy known t
cine thatwlUsosuccessfullycarr:
en through this trying period a
a E. Pinkham's Vegetable Corn
id, made from native roots am
r 80 years it has been curlni
en from the worst forms of femal
-Inflammation, ulceration, dis
iments, fibroid tumors, irregular)
periodlo pains, backache, am
sua prostration.
you would like special ailvim
it your case write n conlldcn
letter to Mrs. Pinkbnin, a
n, Mass. Her advice is free
uways lieXpful.
renin at Cameron Saturday and San- i
day. , A
Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Jfurphy and JM
two sons, Lloyd and Foster, were call- 'Jffij
lug at Monroe MoVIpker's Sunday.
Mrs. Ed Goodman, of Fairmont, ___
. were visiting her parents, Mr. and ^
. Mm, Thomas Hawkins, Sunday.
Mrs. Jane Carpenter Is on the sick ,
ii . nolve
I I
Mrs. Ellin Miller Is Btaylng at Wll- r raj
He Tootbman's. P '
Mrs, Millie Hnyhurst was visiting ?,*[
her slBter, Mrs. Will Hnyhurst, on Pin- ?
, So'?11
ey Bun, Sunday. .
Miss Rosle Miller was calling at
Manuel Leeson's Sunday. U (
Mrs. James Vandc anil son, John, .
I only
were viaiung ai i nunr.itf rvirn? ouw?- ^
'lay last. ?. '
Mr. Justus Burns was shopping at ^
Fairmont one ilny last week. , ,
_ ,, town
There Is literary here evry Frliloy
I night. Everybody Is Invited to attend.
Mr. Willie Heek Is a frequent visitor ,,fr['et
t at the Shaw school. What Is the at,
traction. Bill? a
Mrs. Minnie Keener ami daughter. c(mvl
Rebecca, were calling at Mr. Wiley
McHcnry's Sunday. m(Jn
, Mr. John Wolf and grandson, Mr. (h
John Weaver, were shopping at Fair- (h
. mont Monday. wm |
Miss Gertrude McElfresh nnd Hazel ^
Hawkins were calling on Mrs. Ota
Clevenger Sunday.
Mr. Burlccn Travis was visiting his '
, pnrenls, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Travis,
I at Banner's Ridge, Sunday.
, Messrs. Willie and Herschel Tooth- rj()ag
I man were enlled to Amos (o the bed.
side of their mother,*Mrs. Charles
Toolhman, Saturday. 011
Mlss'Otn Carpenter Is staying wllh au<'
Mrs. Herschel Tootlimnn. r(':i'
I MrR. Wiley McHenry and daughter. an'| '
, Leafy, were eallng at Mr. N. 0. Haw- nn'!
. kins' Sunday night. Oil
*""'n T nnunn tuna vlalMtUT llPl* Viol<?
j daughters at Fairmont two days Inst cared
, week. ' play
Miss Mollie Baker was visiting her fused
sister. Mrs. Will Mundell. at Norwood, distil
Mr. Thomas Leeson, the Inventor, tnl e
{ lins overhauled Mr. Williams' engine, swee
He has it ready for running. Mr. Wil* 0,,r ,1
. Hams is great pleased. Me
PEGGY. Jrinin
9 . life i
O 4 vii
, I PINY RUN AND PRICKETT'S | utile
s | CREEK, i Rrl.li
Ik 4 cull I
I let!
j- As news Is very scorco we will try and
and gather lip a few Items from oar ed tl
. quiet HtHo Iowa. fast
1 Mrs. Johnnie Carpenter la on the them
sIcK list. so fi
.. Mrs. Ell??- Miller Is staying nt Wll- tlenn
n lie Toothnian's this week. Th
i. Mrs. David Hfston. of Fairmont, of w
was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wll- tal <
llntn Hnyhnrst, one day last week. you <
Slnen 'nunting season is over. Hun- \v?
tor. Bill Heelt has started a fruit and and i
candy stand nnd keeps a full supply VJole
of such notions as ho needs. John woul
> Weaver Is delivering, with CXvkey great
Shaw assistant. first
> Mr. Herseliel Tootlmtnn was called \v<
6 to Falrvlew by the tllness ot her moth- Inscr
er, who Is not expected to live. albui
1 Mrs. Fd. Goodwin, of Fairmont, was
,j visiting her .parents, .Mr. nnd Mrs. "jy p
r Thomas Hawkins, Saturday and Sun- R|f
,| day. And
Mr. Atha Vangllder was a business
I caller In Fairmont Saturday. An
5 Glenn, the little son of Mrs. Mllly
Hayhurst, while playing too near an
open grate fell in tno (Ire. but fortn- ?_
,i nntoly was not burned bad.
q Mr. Clayton Wolf was a business 1 S
.. caller at Morgan town Thursday. 9
r Mrs. Milly Havhurst was calling on 3
her sister. Mirs. William Havhurst. fl
Sunday. J
Mr. Thomas I.ceson. our new in- f
vfutor, is building a new engine for ^ fl<
Walter Williams. near Quiet Dell. J tc
.Mr. Mend Robs' olHee boy. RIs- %
worth Hawkins, was out circulating fl
among friends of Grassy Run Sunday, ji
r Miss Alice Cook, who is teaching J
' tlie Winfield scliool. went to her home '<lw
nt Cameron Friday and returned to ?
1 Winfield Sunday. ?.
LUCKY HILL. P
j *?" ?o ?a
, | HOULT ITEMS, | &S!
!! I!
J HOin.T. Feb, 10.?The slol; rn|iort- j
ed last week are all better except
3 Mrs. Snider and she is slowly sinking Ah
e and there "fe no hope for her recovery.
u Mr. lames Diamond, of Rhillppi, a JJJj
f nephew, and Miss Mary Talbott. a cura
b niece, of Independence, were visitors of c
to Mrs. Sn tiler's Saturday and Sun- *!Jr!
r day and Nora Hall, of Fairmont, was i-.J
thorn Sunday. _ pMCj
t Barl McBirrcHh is at ills aunt's in [Jjjj
f .. ? |?U
* M on Oil lilt i III 1-uiim.v uu a vinu. i
E Charles Austin, of Monongalia d?L
county, was calling on relatives In W
J Moult tills week. cm
s Guy Leonard. of Ktvesvllle, was vis- _
itlng at Harry McElfresh's this week,
r Wo got a copy of the Chicago Sun- fib
J ilny Tribune's special Lincoln Con3
tonnry number advertised in -tho West f
- Virginian and it Is the greatest com- '
mentnrv wo have ever seen on the /
j energy of American journalism, How ; [
i ftiich i\ number can be issued for such ! '
- an 'insignificant price fs present day t
j won do,*. $
Our dear friend Violel, of Montana, r
a seems very mucn scared of tho "gory I
J and hair covered club." Don't get JI
, seared, Violet, dear, we won't dig it If
' up. I
t Mill think that our news w
mate news althougth Violets as
ly: "What Is a fight betwe
la, anyway?" Noting at till V
ear, even though they carve ?i
with a knife in the eauberan
lelr great love for each oik
oon says "Answer a fool accoi
a hlft foily lest tie be wise in I
conreit.^ ,
his bit of news Violet, dear, w
l-'l" ?"nvw Vsa W
esponslble for the rumor ami
dense see the doctor from Rlvi
and two other persons from tli
who were present when s:
r made the repairs made neci
by tho love tai* betw*
ids" and told u.i about it on t
home. But why try to convln
rsnn who does not wish to
need? Even tnough we shot:
i It so plain thut "a way furl
though a fool might not i
in." Wo should remember th
vise man warns us that "a <1
eturn to his vomit and n fool
ally." Oh, you see, Violet ?lci
lon't have a monopoly on quotl
>rbs. But we nre not going
etc with yon Violet, dear,
ng quotations for you nre ns I
notations as a buyy iiu|i Is
t It hurt ns. Violet, dear. to
its with one of your tender s
esiiectilly one whoso nai
"nes the iwrfunie of spring tii
inrsting buds and twittering bi-i
waring orchards nil In bloom.
, we nro ordinarily philosophic
t. We, too, could say that
nbt n straw if Violet refused
In our lwick yard. % That we
to let her attitude toward
rb our philosophic poise and nn
i|uil!briuni, but Violet, dear, t
t on-phony of your namo knoc
ihllosophy higher than Gildero
and we realize tlmt if you
cold and callus to our advaiu
vill Ijo one great Sahara,
del also takes exception to $
reminiscence about .Millie 11
ret mnl thinks ive are trying
her veracity In question. 0. V
Hoiv conlil you tliink us so in
iinchlvulric? We merely renm
int iirolinlily the fights came
you could not cutch ami recc
and then told ot Mike who II
ist a certain unmentionable gi
in lihnseir couldn't catch him.
en slie says we are accusing 1
riling things that took little m<
ilfori. 0. Violet, dear, why v
io persist in nnsiinnerstanning 1
made the charge against ours
ill correspondents. But our ilt
it Is so sensitive yon know, i
>1 feel very bail 11 It was not tl
. sensitiveness is stilil to bo I
symptoms of awakening love.
! are remtnileil of the great poe
Iptlon In a little g!r!"s nutogrn
a about,
Ittle girl who huil a little curl
tilt In the venter of her forehsc
when she was good she was v<
good,
tl wnen sho was bail she
horrtd,"
JEST BY ANY TEST
and the beet test Is Its use.
'Family Favorite"
LAMP OIL
UivM tno nearest to n*tui?i ui any unr
:lal licht known.
Hums white, clear, steady and fullflami
lOo list drop.
Will not smoke, "smell" or flicker.
Costa no more than ordinary tank wacon
Most any dealer con supply you.
i'averly Oil Works Co., *eSE
A'm mx'to.'i of Wavtrly SpotUl Anta OU w
ifflf
le Perfect Corset for I
It places over-developed women on
Jer liileti. It tapers oil the buit, flattens
lv reduces the nips from I to 5 inches
bersome affair, no torturing straps, but th
orsetry, boned in such a manner m to
dom of movement.
New W. B. Reduta No. 770 lot large I
I. How mpportari front and aide, al?o made
i 33.00.
New W. B, Redaso No. 772 for large she
except that the bust ii somewhat lower all art
t lupportm front and sides. Also made i
o 33.00.
Ask any dealer anywhere to ihow you the New
Ii from 31,00 to V3.00 per pair.
HNCARTCN BR0$? iMfrs., 377-3791
VEVS -TEETHING SYRUPS
mtdr fa w world, Prevents Cholera Infantum,
id all towel trouble?, =5 cents at all druggists,
u mention this paper. - .
r DRS. D. FAliRNEV ft SON, Hac***tow*, ua.
as : Now, confess, Violet, dear,, that you j
ks had one of your horrid spells Saturen
day, FRITZ. |
lo- P. S.?Please do not mention to'
ch Mrs. Fitz, Violet, tbit 1 have referred j
ce to you as "dear" for Katrina is so pe- j
er. cullar, you know, and would not un-j
"d- derrftand. the platonic quality of my '
lis affection for you. Believe me, Violet,
ever yours own, FRITZ.
OK ??
as KENTUCKY NASBYS.
?e (Union Associated Press.l
?- LOUISVILLE. K.V.. Feb. 11.?.Matters
lat of Imiiorlnnce to the iwstniasters or
1,1 the Bloc Gr"?3 State will be discussed
?s-|at a meeting of the Kentucky League
en!of Postmasters, opened this alternoon
he at the custom hottEe.
ce
be "BIG SIX" CELEBRATES.
l|,| 1 (Union Associated Press.!
nK MEW YORK. Feb. 11?1"Big Six"
!rr Typographical Union will hold Its litnt
I ty-nlnth nnnnnl reception and ball at
0, Grand Central Palace this evening.
Practically all of tne anion printers of
me grower cny wm i3kl* pun in ur;
n ) festivities, and the money realized
^ will he added to the hospital tund of
in "B|S Slx"
"" WAKE FOREST ANNIVERSARY. I
of (I'nlnn Amioclaled Prow,)
WAKE FOREST COLLEGE, N.
be Feb. 11 ?Wake Forest College Is toex
day celehratinig the seventy-fifth anniue
versary of Its opening with an elab*
lie ornte programme. Dr. Fannce, presl*
ds dent of Rrown University, is the principal
speaker on the programme.
al,
VARNlVA'L At NICE.
i\v -
(Union Associated Press.)
^ NICE, Feb. 11.?Festivals In conus
nection with the annual o^mlval at
Nice commenced to-day with the orjio"
rival of King Carnival XXXVIII.. and
during the following fortnight there
. will be processions, masquerades. battles
of flowers and fancy dress balls
rejes
almost every day. Many thousands of
tourists from nil over Europe and.
America are in toe city. The cnrnlfm'
vol colors this year are poppy red and j
nd cornflower blue, ami tlhe cHy has !
to been veritably swathed in gay flags
in* and hunting.
ide
fit* COLORADO PYTH1ANS.
SO (Union Associntod Prrss.)
ml GRAND JUNCTION, Colo., Feb. 11.
[oil ?The Western Slop? district convener
Hon or the Knights ot Pythias opened
here to-day, with delegates from a
)er score of lodges In nttendance.
en- ?
,-D! As "a good head will get itself
isj iiats," so?using somo of its "grey
elf matter" in want ndevrtislng, It will
!ar get most other things It needs,
,Ve ,
lat Turn Up the Light.
lie My friends, when you go hojne tonight,
be sure that you turn up the
it's light; now we don't mean that dan|ih
gers lurk, or that there's anything to
shirk; 'tis only that with vision free,
your wants you can more quickly see,
where you will need some Siiartan
id; Stain to Onlsh o'er a chair again. Manny
ufactured by The Marietta Paint &
Color Co,, Marietta, Ohio. Sold by
rat M, D. Christie, Druggist, Mnin street.
Fairmont, W. Va.
1/^CORSETS J
the same bam u ibcir / \
the abdomen, and abso- / y Jfif \
. Nol harness-?not a / > \
c most scientific example fcj /p
give the wearer absolute \
ill women, Made of while l\ fBSSrjflTO \ \
: in batiste. Sixes 20 to 3t>. \AjhVJ/W' / J
ut women, u the same as No.
sund. Made of white coulH. H
a biMta. Sixes 20 to 36, Kul /
W. B. "Hip-eubduiot" \ J
JROAOWAY, NEW YOtt \W^/f
FOOTERS DYE WORKS AND DYES.
Your evening costumeB, made fresli
and pretty by specially trained artists.
Nothing too large or too sinnll. We
clean and dye all discretions of lai
dies' and Gentlemen's garments, besides
carpets, rugs; shades, blankets,
I hats and gloves. Goods culled for and
I delivered, Phone 13.
I > W. J. WALSH, Agent.
There is only one w^Jw\cOT-&fc
ness, end tint la by constitutional
remedies. DeDsfness is csnsed'by or
Inflamed condition of themucbus lln:.
log of the Eustachian Ttfbe. Wh?n
this tube Is Inflamed you have a rum.
hllng sound or Imperfect hearing, anl
when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is
the result, and unless the In flam ma
tlon can be taken out and this tub?
testwed to Its normal condition, bear
Ing will be destroyed forever: nire
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an Inflamed
condition of the mucous surfio-s.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
ror any ntsp 01 uenness toauaeu oy
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for wiii*
iars. free.
F. J. CHENar ft CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold hy Druggists, 75c.
Take Hail's Family Pills for eonsiijti*
tion.
FAMILY FAVORITE
I ILLMMATVM I
I OIL
mokes the light that rests the eyes.
Nearest approach to natural sunlight
known.
Most economical too?burns to
the very last drop without readjusting
wick. Does not char, smoke or
"smell." Clear, water-white, free
from sediment. Not to be compared
with ordinary tank wagon oil.
Ask your dealer to serve you out o!
the original barrel. Then you have
? the purest, best lamp oil made.
WAVERLY OIL WORK8 CO.,
Independent Refiner* <7
j PITTSBURG, PA.
AlflO makers of Wnvcrly Special AutO 00
and Waverly Gaoolinca.
Notice.
J. F. S'eoley has removed his tin
shop from Jefferson street to the Cunningham
building, comer ot Monroe
and Jackson streets. The public id
thanked for its past patronage and hi?
better location will enabl? aim to improve
Ills service. tl
"friv* Ynurselr
A Chance"
State
Normal
Sehool
Fairmont
A 75 per cent, increase in
the Btudent body.
"There iB a reason."
Spring Term01 MaW
Send for Catalogue to the
President.
i ??? i
YES--YOU
CAN BUY
THINGS
MORE
CHEAPLY
AT A STORE
THAT
ADVERTISES
If you were a merchant wouldn't
you rather sell a thousand
yards of silk In a day, at a profIt
of 10c a yard, than to sell
(without advertising) fifty yards,
at a profit of 26 cents a yard?
Isn't It plain that In all such
lnstinces the buyer gets tho benefit
of the "volume of business"
which advertising enables the
merchant to do?
Tim money cost of a Journey J
?long or short?by stage coach J
(not to count time, or comfort) '
was greater than that ot a present
day Journey by railway. The
"old ways" of doing things were
not oven CHEAPER.
Thi cost of things In an oldfashioned
store nowadays is
greater than In the progressive
stores?the nuvertlsed stores.
It's not oven CHEAPER to patronize
the non-progressive merchant?not
to count the unwisdom
or helping malte It possible
for reactionary and non-progresstvo
merchants to s'ttll "do
business."
bib?
a larder the winds blow snd i
SKli
J worse joa feel ls tbe .. ::ijj-ft
j Better Time;
I To Buy ;
1 Real Estate!
* J
*) AUthcso conditions have the '
* !
m Barae effect upon tne properly }
J holder ns upon yourself, bo If
^ makes no difference what the
% conditions are.
I Don't Lose
j Your' Better
1 Judgment
k
k Carry out Hint resolution you
t. mmlc when everyUilug look the
L
brightest nml you are
5 Dead Sure
I To Win
!j You can buj- tor a iirlce loss
^ ciltinllo several months' salary
*
H when times are rooiI.
*
J Everything In Real Estate to
T
^ suit every condition.
*
, 4 l
! I rwi R. ftorr
w V u |
fc 1
^ Entranco Jacobs Building. ,
* 1
MmumeDEAN'S0|9
sr Pills, K?
A riAF*, CSRTAIN
LXZT FOR SCPPUK8RRD
Mk.nsthuatiok. ieiei now to fail.
Buff! Surel Bpeedyl Satisfaction Guarontaed
or Monay Refunded. Bant prepaid
for f 1.00 par box. Will tend tbem
on trial, to be paid for when relieved.
Bam plea Km-. InaUt on Retilnr t?a
genuine, accept no substitute. IryoBI
druealBt doee not havo them send yd
; 11 onlewlotlw ".,wl
I uitre ueoicrl to., in u, uscottr, n,
~ Sold la Falmwrt b> U. D. aim# ?
IMPROVE
your appearance and Increase
your comfort?there's Just one
practical way?always wear a
Hennen Suit.
One trial?always a customer.
T. Wilbur Hennen
MERCHANT TAILOR,
2nd Floor, Main ? Madlscn 8ts. |
% i?d
CITIZENS
Dollar Savings
BANK
Doaa a General BanUnf Bud1
sen.
PAY8 4 PER CENT. ON TIME
and Sarlngi Deposit!. OpeiSaturday
from lam. nntlj
I p. m.
I J. R. LINN, Cnhler.
C.Y. BOYERSrSR.1>ro?7 ?
City Hospital
Of Fairmont
AND
TRAINING SCHOOL
FOR NURSES
Bell 'Phone, 302-J. Con. 'Phone, IS1
L, L. BOYEKS, Supeiintendcnt.
law . ~
Office, Jacobs Building.
' E. F, HARTLEY. '
Attorney it Law,
FAIRMONT,
Office, First National Bank Building,, '
MEREDITH A PRICHARD,
Attorneys at Law,
FAIRMONT TRUST 00. BLOT.,
'FAIRMONT, W. VA.
M. EARLE MORGAN,
J ATTORNEY AT LAW...'.ffgj
, J.*".. u.?n. VHirvauo .uaiifiiA ntHCU -"i
* HARRY SHAW,
* Lawyer;
* Court-house Fairmont, W. Va.
* JOHN L. LEHMAN,
* LAWYER!',:
* . FAIRMONT, WrVAL-'S'^SMHi
Ofllca In Jacobe- Building.
f W. 8. MEREDITH.
Attorney at. Law,.'
1 FAIRMONT, W. VA. '?
| ' Office. Hall Block.
' IRL L. SMITH,
f Counsellor at Law,:
FAIRMONT, W.-Vki^^^gSH
t Office Trust Building: ^
I PHYSICIANS,
* H. R. JOHNSON, M. D?
* Practice Limited to the Eye, Ear, Noeci
* and Throat.
* Office. 225 People's Bank. jjjjgjjH&g
| FAIRMONT, W. VA.. , '
* W. C. & JESSE A. JAMISON,
Physicians and Surgeons.
J Mftdifion Street. Fairraout, W. Va. &|||j
* DENTISTS.~
J DENTISTS.
DR. J. 0. McNEELY,
' Dentlet.
J MAIN ST. PAIRiMONT, Vf.
I HILL BROS ' <JB
1 DENTISTS.
jj Teeth extracted without pain; all
* P.rst class work guaranteed.
* Office In Skltlner Building; Console
j* dated 'Phone.
* CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER.
* CORDRAY CARRIAGE CO.,
* Manufacturers and dealers In'-HtiliiSBHffl
* Grade Vehicles. 420-422 Jackson Bt.
? Cod. 'Phone, 023. Bell 'Phone, 887-B^fflH
* upholstering.
* We maho a specialty or first das?
up to date upholstering, botn plain
fancy. Mattresses and' feathera;.trM?|||0
ovnted. Serving machine noodles and
supplies. All rvork guaranteed'.'
h. c. voelker,
JOT Fairmont Ave. Yost BulIdlnfr;r'|^^S
Con. Phone 603. FAI RMONTr W. V*.
DENTISTS.
M. B. Black-Gromme, the tnUllias^BH
DIRECTORS?Geo. M. Jacoha, Tf.
8. Meredith, J. M. Hartley, Harrr
Shaw, W. S. Ha'ymoad/ .C.
bob, Howard R. Furhee. -'
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th?y da all *m tlalm for Hem," Pr? 8,' Ifr D**of?,H jK '*v
Ram Rati. W. Va., wrltaat 'Thar tfra IrtfttlpMl*.
faeiloo." Dr. If. D. McODl, Citrkibnrr. TrtB., wrlltai i' VyJ i
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, nakl jo*".* l'airi, AO C.m. ??npi? ftra. feouH
Sold In Fairmont by tO.-CraM&CcCS mg88|
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Iwiiu j. p. jirome. waicnmaaw ill
Jeweler, at 114 Third street, Chrbcberg,
offers J10, |12 and 115 Patten
Hats at only t5.
J. F. KROMME-iM8 HEADQUAO
. TER8 IN CLARK8BURG FOR RELIABLE
DIAMONDS, WATCHES,
CLOCKS, RINGS, NOVELTIES'AND
JEWELRY OF EVERY OgSCW^MM
TION. Remomber the plaM "",10S
Third atreet, Clarksburg. '
FAIRMONT ICTANO FUEL C?!T
Coal and Ice
OfflW-MiaonloTamaiiBoth
'Phobia.
PEOPLES BANK
Of Fairoioit.
Capital Stock Paid Is
Geo. M. Jacobs Preside*!
' W. 3. Hnymond Vlco President
; J. jr. Brownfleld Casiler
' Our Ore and burglar proof ranlt*
arc free to customers for private paWe
solicit your business, whlclt
receive prompt and careful atte*Uoi?^^^^!

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