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Eatared in Pest Office at Martinsbuig
W. Vt.. ma Becoud Class Matter
Mrf. Georgiaus Simpson, who i
? pent the wider in Pu-.tburg, Ph .
baa returned to her bcrne iu inie
city.
Wanted ? Honest Virginia girls |
(colored), for good bomn?. Address'
Mri. 0. Murphy, 1718 Uoion Ave.
A1 to o d ?, Pa
Mr. William Sprare, M ar nn?bu rg'<?
well known bic\cle repairer, ht?e been
doiog bis worfc extraordinarily wtll
rhid week ReaeoD? 'bestork eiei ed
his borne and lef< a fir.p big boy.
For cleuuin<*, dying and piessing
clothes. Mr. C. K. Cordnt-r lias one;
of the b. st cu fi s t>nd doin tbe finest J
?guaranlt-ed work c;t ar y one iu the !
?tn<r. P so1 ??f bn?in? ss, Wmcbeat !
<r, Ave,, P. O G09?B>ib Pbon?s. !
A DRKaDFUL SIGHT
to H. J. Bamum.of Freeville N. Y.,
-was tbe fever-s<?re that bad plagued
bis life for year a in fpite of many
.remedies be tried. At last b^ used
Buckleu's Arnica Salve f?nd wroit :
,lii b*s entirely healed wib ectircely
a tear left." H*als Boms, Bo'U,
'Ei'Zfma, Cuts, Bruif-ea, Swellings.
Corns and Pil<s like magic. Only
at all Druggists
Former Ma\or li se. ?>f Mi'wan
ke-*, Wisconsin, addressed tbe voters
of Martinsburg uoder tbe auspices of
the Business Mens Association ou
-?Friday aigbt. Hi* address was in
favor of the saloon, and was "listened
%0 by a large nurn?>er of people
NO NEED TO SI OP WORK.
W ben your doctor orders you to
atop woik, it -staggers you. "I can't''
you aay. You know you are weak,
rnn-dowc and failing: in htaltb, day
(by da>, but you must work as long
as you can stand. What you netd
is E ectric Bitters to give tone,
strength, and vigor to yonr e^s'ero,
to prevent breakdown and build you
up. Don't be weak, sickly or .ailing
Twben Electric Bi'ters will benefit
you from tbe first dose. Thoucaode
bless tbem for their glorious health
and etrengtb. Try them. Everv
bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only
50c at all Druggis'a
The total of City and State Li
cense Tax \s paid by our People to
the Saloon, amoantfng to ?20.744.45,
the Saloon Ke-per colUclin^ it fr<;tD
the People <vh<? puiromzo h'8 I3ar?
and this added to $150 000 fnr dru>k
paid bv the Patrons ot the B ?r ie too
much Money thrown nvvny Advt.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
low' rate-one way
'P OLQKIST
TO MAKY TOINTS IN
Calilonia, <olewido. Abfrla, Arii'rra, Ida
ho. ] m115b ' uliiiiilin, Kfiic#, Montana,
Kf.w i:r.\ic? !\)cnnrg, ^Ya^a, Oregon,
Tfias, llali acd \\ahbirglon.
TKKF7S ON SALE DAILY FROM M A RCU
I OTH TO AFML It TH JQI INCH SIVK
FOR FI LL IP FORMATION CA1L ON OR
ADDREtt TICKET AGEN1S BALI1MORK
A N D ( H I<? h K
NOT A WOIU) OF *CAKLAL
mat r d t be call of a neg?rb>r ?>r? Mr*.
*W. P Spatgh. of Munville, Wyo .
whf- eatd: 1 f-he told me P.. Ki-p'n
New L f? Ptlle hpd cured her of ob
etiDa^e k'dr?ey trouble, und roadt ber
f? el likf a n* w woman .'' E-?eyf t u'
eure rt medy lor stomach, Imr and
kidney troubles. Only 25c at all
-Druggists.
The state hcrr?se u>x of $1000 00
for each saloon d >es not benefit onr
rCity one dollar, as it all goes into the
Sttfc Treasury end nev^r comes
back ?Advt.
J't Hi CLIFFORD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MARTISBPCEG, W>?T VIRGINIA
? pi'octic^Bin til the Oonrteof V*
/?*.> tb? Supreme Court >x Appeals
?jf.ft ih_, I;y;it f-tJ S o:-'V C -tir it?,
BIOGRAPHY OF
EMINENT NEGRO MEN AND ,
WOMEN OF EUKOPE AND
THE UNI I ED STATES.
Adap'ed to the use cf Stucents of
i ace history, and of Negro >outh. A
valuable atd l:atidy ieterence book with
qutsticns at d answers. Is printed on
heavy phper in good. large clear type.
And compactly bouud iu boaids. A
copy of this book should be in every
Neg'o heme. Price oce dollar per vol
ume?$1 00 Cash must invariably ac
compat y all oideis pn^'age paid. Good
live apents wanted 1 *?r We6t Virginia.
No simple out fits. .Stamps not accep
ted For ltuther information aud terms
to Agents, Addrejs,
Johu E. Hi uce Gri t, Author and Pub,
Sunnyslope Cottage, Yonkers, N. Y.
Kefeis to J It. C'liiTord, E?q ?
Editor Pioneer Press.
Pllt TECT I
The health of yourself
and family I
I
Pope's Herb is prepared to provide u
dependable household remedy. ba?ed
upon the principle of purity of b'ood i
insuring freeoom from dsease. It is a
medicine for maladies such as Rheum i
rsm. Liver t omp aints. Constipation
F?-ver and Ague female disoiders In
digestion Lumbago. Kidney D r.uige
merits. C tarih S ck and Nervous Head
aches. loss of appetite ;ind all ailments
?ii~ing from inactivity of the Livei uud
Kidne> s
It is a purely Herbs, Barks and Roots
Compound It is put up in chocolate
coated Tablets pleasing and easy to take
(or can bo dissolved in water.)
Mrs J. C. Meade of Hyattsville, Md.
says:
"F<t years I have suffered w ith Back
ache, Headache.-. Neuralgia, and Ner
vousuess and extreme Fatigue. I tried
many remedies without. <elief. Four
monthsagoanratef.il friend induced
me 10 write to Pcpe Medicine Co ,
Washington, [). C. for a box of Pope's
Herb Compound Tablets, the very first
dotie of two tablets gave me relief. I
used not quite a 81 00 box and I am en
tirely cured of rhe pain in my back and
have no -more headache."
Dr. J. V Hennese.y. a prominent Phy
sician and Surgeon of Albany, N. Y. in
part says:
"As a Blood Purifier. Ijiver, Kidney
and 85stem regulator I prescribe Pope
Medicine Go's of Washington, 1). C.
Herb Compound, as I have done for the
past 2 ? years, and I have found it to be
a great remedy, which seldom if ever
fails. There are thousands of letters
from users of P ipe's Herbs, ? that have
been benefited and cured by its proper
use. Pope's Herb Compound Tablets
are put up 200 in a box, "six month's
treatment", and will be sent post-paid
on receipt of Si 00. Each box contains
a printed guarantee binding us to re
lund the purchase price if tbo remedy
fails to benefit, also full directions.
Cu^ranteed b.v ihe IV pe Mr.dicine Co.,
Inc., under the Pure Food und Drugs
Act. June 30 No. JUIHO.
Foi: TEhMS TO AO* NTS IN UNOCCUPIED
TEKHITOUY, ADDRESS
POPE MKUIOIN'K CO., INC.
1'ope Building, Washington, D.(J
State Summer
SCHOOL
F O R T K ACH E R S
AT THE
. Wef-t Virginia Col
ore d Institute, Juno
19, 1911, and la^ts
six weeks. For fur
ther i n f o r m a -
t i o n, address
I Hon. iM. F. fcrhawkey, Charles
ton, W. Va.f or Prof. Byrd
Frillerman, Institute, W. Ya.
I ^ ?
WILLIAM SPEAKS7 BICYCLE
J KEPAIR SHOP.
Rrpairing wheels of all kinds
putting in new crank hangers, <fcc.
&c., ie my specially. Don't bother
with old hangers, coae to Spears and
get fherp at r'aflnriBble pric< 8, a'so
tiifeb and otLer boi.dr te. Secon<1
hand bicycles boogbt and sold. I
now have on hand 10 second hand
bicycles, good as new. In addition
to bicvlp repairing, I do repairing of
?\1! kirds, and aaj tte otly in
t/>NVU r? O I; ')'i!f UfcCVCiBfl. I
"AS WE SEE IT,"
Is the Title of a Book
whose author is Robert L.
Waring, Esq.,609 K. Street
Northwest \S ashington, D.
C. It is excellent, and is
destined to do incalculable
good. In lietion it gets at
tacts as they exist, and
outlines the real bulk
of the causes of the iron- .
hie and friction between
the two rac:*s. It is bound
to be read the w >rld over
and will serve well its pur
pose. |
It took a strong mind
and a fertile brain to plan
and write this book which
Henry Watterson,
thegreat editor s;?ys
is phenomenal, and will
be read by as many white
as colored people?-just as
it should be, for the real
and proper settlement of
the so-called .problem, is
interdependent ?one upon
the other. It is written in
a time as ripe to make it al
most as popular as did the
period that immortalized
Uncle Tom's Cabin. olet
the book and lead it. It
only costs $1.(30. Address
the author as given above.
WHAT IS IT?
Ten year Combination Distrib
ution Certificate of Membership
as devised by the American
Workmen Fraternal Insurance
Company, of Washington, 1).
CM one of the most liberal,
strongest and reliable, fraternal
institutions in the hold. For
further particulars see
D. E. V. J ;RDIX, GES. WEXT W, V?,
K ?om 2. K. P. Uiildino
CHARLESTON, ? W. VA.
I
The above cat i* an ex .e ?? j.r
fleDtatioo of the Seiz Kou!
15 ue Shoe, fo> *?*!? ? t onlv <*ri? n'af"'
n Mnrnns^urq: tlio Jol>n W.D<an
Co Kpaoy, corner S spin a? d Q i en
str^e'i. Tin Bf bMm-0 hive h corn
inn* r o p u * il? k< ? p 30a' fe? \ d rv
uci'i every blioe is Bold wi b a gu*r
an e.
Til R KEYSEK, MOOKEFIKLD
AND PISTELISJ3UKG
STAGE LINK
Runs daily except Sunday. P?:reone
wishing to trav.fi in ib? direc'io'
?4 Citjon1 1 will fl id u ** ^rc c<in
ti meoc ?nd . cheap? b* r -n: ?
trip only $3, and the dtfl>nncc h.inu
to either place and back, 87 miles.
Persons traveling it once, will aev^r
fjrget the kindness of ktie proprietor
V5r. George Sb*nk.
R3U> I ? 10
Failed in Health
"iMy moilier died six years ago." writes AVss Ruth
Ward, if Jerseyvilie, Hi.. 'and left me 10 carc Tor six
children. 1 had never been strong; and this, wi'Ii th^ shock
of her death, was too nuicli for me.
"I failed in health. I was tired all the time a.ul did
not want to go anywhere, nor care for company. 1 had
the headache all the time and such hearing-down pains.
"A very dear friend advised in'; to take Cardui, as it
had done her so much good, sc 1 commenced to use it
and now I am in good health."
Take
J 44
The Woman's Tonic
Women's pains arc relieved or prevented and women's
strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic.
You yourself know best if you need it, or not.
If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use
it at once. Kvery day of delay, only lets you slide further
down the hill.
Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for its
use, no matter how prolonged, cannot h^rin you and will
surely do you good.
Write to: I.ndies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.,
foi Spccial Instruction::, and 64-pase book, "Home Treatment lor Wor-.on," sent tree.
'.'in
POSITIONS GUARANTEEF
WE will GUARANTEE you a poult ion 11 you
write us roul Hoon. We need many more uti:
dentnat onco to supply tho onormotih norland
for our yrivduntotj. Ah soon uh we tfot the required
number ol'stutlonts tlUft of Tor will be withdrawn, iio
writo at oncu lor particulars.
I . y. 7-7frt7W ? /.j
'a/iFC.
v
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tory, r.tranK'ir than any dctcctivc fiction, of 3,500 pr:.xleoO photographs that
ivcre loi.1 and are found again.
3,500 Long Buried Phonographs
& of the Civil War
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1 ?/ a New l'rcland collector. J. J'icrpont Mort:?-i tried to
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1.as ben gathered into lOrrent volumcr. a:.d in placed within
your reni.h at less than the value of or>"2 (A the photographs.
It is the one accurate,impartial i.'%t >ry of the < 1 vi 1 War?
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record strange t!i:nijs.
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in quintity. You must Le prompt to iceure ti'.he-r. Uettcr
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