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A Silence Club.
Some time ago a curious club was formed in London. It was called 4he Silence club. Its membership was limited to ten, all of whom were season ticket holders on a London suburban railway, and the subscrip tion was sixpence weekly. It was established simply and solely to en able the members to read the paper on the way to town, the only occa sion daring the day on which the club met. The revenue derived from subscriptions was handed to the guard every Saturday morning, and in consideration of this he made a point of reserving a carriage for the members. * If yon haven't the time to*exsr oise regularly, Doan's Regulates will prevent constipation Tbey in daoe a mild, easy, healthful action os the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25o Only a Precaution. He (in the conservatory)?Why did you lead me on to a proposal if you intended to refuse me? !she?\ ou do me a great injus tice. What have I done to make you think I loved you ? He?In every waltz with other men you kept them almost at arm's length, but when waltiing with me you leaned your head on my shoul der and let me almost carry you. She?That was to keep my feet off the floor so you wouldn't step on my toes.?New York Weekly. Itohing piles provoke profanity, but profanity won't cure them Dosns Ointm-nt cures itohing. bleeding or protruding piles after J?*raof suffering At any drug His Preparations. Ascum?I hear your son is going in for a literary career. Mrs. Dreamer?Yes. He started this very morning. Ascum?Indeed! What has he done? Mrs. Dreamer?He's sat for his photograph in two poses?one where he's reading a book and another with his brow resting on his hand Stay It *?A neglected cough or oold may "ad to serious bronchial or long r oubles Don't teke ohanoee when oley's Honey and Tar affords per feot seourity from serious effeots of ? oold All dealers Source of His Heroism. In the Boer war a British private made a gallant rescue. He dashed across an open space swept by bul lets and, lifting a wounded com rade in his arms, carried him to shelter. The colonel who witnessed the deed praised the soldier and told him he would be recommended f">r a Victoria cross. Later on the sol dier was relating the incident to his comrades: "He said something about the Victoria cross. I didn't think anything about the Victoria cross. What I know is that I wasn't going to leave Bobinson lying out there with all the company's tobacco Jn his haversack." To dure a Felon says bam Kendall, of Phillipsburg, Kan, "just oover it over with Buok len's Arnioa Salve and the Salve will do the rest" Quickest oure for Burns, Boils. Sores, Soalda. Wounds, Piles, Eczema, Sal! Bhenm, Chapped Hands, Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25o at ?11 druggists Guaranteed iN?m?d Th?m. A storv comes from Milton, N_ H., of an old clergyman named Goodwin. He was a tall, broad shouldered man and was said to have the largest hands of any Trmn for miles around. One noon a voung man named Allen was taking dinner st the elder's home. It was the elder's custom to ask a blessing at the table, and Allen had evidently not been used to this sort of thing, for instead of waiting he began to eat. The elder raised his hand with ? restraining gesture and said: "Pause, young man." "Paws!" was the reply. "I should think they was paws." The laxative effect of Chamber lain's Stomaoh and Liver Tablets is so agreeable and so natural you oan hardly realize that it is pro duoed by a medicine These tab Ists also oure indigestion and bili ousness Price 25 oents Samples free at G W M Hooff and A 0 Van Gilder's drug stores. ' Squaring the Circle. One of the problems that are as old as the science of mathematics is that of squaring the circle. By squaring the circle is meant the problem of finding the sides of a square exactly equal in area to a circle of given diameter. To do this either by elementary geometry or bv expressing it arithmetically in com mensurable numbers has been found to be an impossibility. In other iwords, the ratio between the diame ter and the circumference of a cir cle cannot be exactly found even though in the division the decimal ttoftrried out to 10,000 figures. The *bore beincr the exact facts in the ."?*? T? wii' 8ai' that the problem of Squaring the circle is one that has long been given up by the mathema ticians as insoluble. Executor's JSJ"otice ?eretLygiven to aU debtors to bamuel Rough. deceased, that all notes, awsounts, &e.. due his estate that a settlement of the same is re quired to be made with th^reouto? on or before October 1st, WOrt. Settle nient can be made with either of the executors. Dr. L F. Rough, at Pom eroy, Ohio, or A. J. Brinker, at Gra ham Station. West Virginia. Dr. L. P. ROU8H, A. J. BRINKER, Executors of the estate of Samuel Rough, deceased S*g 22-4 w Fathar'a Teacher?-Now, boys, why do we |say grace before and after meals ? No reply. Teacher?Come, come; surely one I of you can answer me. Tell me | what grace is. Still no answer. Teacher?This is really terrible! I Now, Jenkins, tell me what your fa | ther does after a meal. Johnny?Please, miss, he rubs his | waistcoat. Teacher ? That ii not what I I meant. I want to know what he I says. Johnny?Please, miss, he says: "Ha, ha! Richard is hisself again.' | ?London Standard. An Insidnons Danger One of the worst features of kid ney trouble is that it u an insidu ous disease and before the viotim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Foley's Kid. ney Oure at the first sign of trou ble as it oorrrots irregularities and prevents Brigbt's disease and dia | betes All dealers. His Cow Could Rtid. A Kansas lawyer tells of a "visit he had from an old farmer. The farmer wanted a big suit for dam ages brought against a railroadcom pany because his old brindle cow had been run over during the night. On questioning him theJaw yer couldn't find a single peg upon | which he could legitimately hang a case. "Well," he said, "I kinder thought ye could fetch it on the sign bein' down. They wan't no sign 'Look Out For the Cars,' so I thought mebbe ye could git 'em on that." WAS A. VERY SICK BOY | Bat Cared bj Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Dlhrrhaea Itemed? "When my bo> was two years old he bad a very severe attack of bowel oomplaint, bnt by the ose of Chamberlain's Oolio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy we brought him out all right," says Maggie Hiokox. of Midland, Miob This remedy oan be depended upon in the most severe oases Even cholera infan tum is oared by it follow the plain printed direotions and a oure is oeriain For sale by G W M I Hooff and A C Van Gilder Just th? Sam*. In pleading before the house of lords one day Mr. Scott, afterward Lord Eldon, happened to say in his | broad accent: , "In plaan English, maa lords," u^?n which one of the lords remark "In plain Scotch, you mean, Mr. Scott." And the prompt advocate instantly rejoined: "Nae matter, in plaan common sense, maa lord, an' that's the same [ in a' languages." J Chamberlain's Congh Remedy Acts on Nature's plan The most suooessful medioines are those that aid nature Cham berlain's Cough Remedy ao's on I this plan Take it when you have a oold and it will allay tbe oougb. I relieve tbe lungs, aid expeotoratioD, open the secretions, and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Thonaands have testi Bed to its superior exoelleuoe It | counteracts any tendenoy of a cold to result in pneumonia Price 25 oents Large size, 50 cents For sale by G W M Hooff and A C | Van Gilder Th? Sinccreat FlatUry. A New England hostess quite re : cently entertained the wife of a Japanese statesman who had been spending a few days on the Atlantic coast. She gave out of considera j tion for the guest of honor "a Jap anese tea" ? a case of "carrying coals to Newcastle" which included its own fitting reward. When it came time to say au revoir the little lady of the Flowery Kingdom wm very polite and quite unconsciously crushing. ^ "I am delighted," she declared, at the similarity of Japanese and American ways of entertaining." The Breath of Life It's a significant faot that the strongest animal of its size, tbe gorilla, also has tbe largest lungs Fowerfal lungs means powerful creatures How to keep the breath ?ng organs right should be man's ohiefest study. L?ke thousands of d ?ra ^ Stephens, of Fort Williams, O, has learned bow to do this She writes: "Three bottles of Dr King's New Discov ery stopped my cough of two years and oured me of what my friends thought consumption O, its grand for throat and lung troubles" Guaranteed by all druggists Price 150c and $1.00 Trial bottle free AppU Water. Apple water is a refreshing drink for an invalid. It can be made with either baked or raw apples, the for ?er to be preferred when time is short, especially if the apples are baked and in readiness. They should 1 be sour and when cold should be immersed in boiling water to eover them. Let them stand until cool, then strain and sweeten to taste. | For the liquor made from raw ap pies three or four juicy sour apples of fine flavor should be pared and shced. Pour over them two cupfuls of boiling water and let them stand three hours. Strain, sweeten and add a small piece of ice. A pleasant 1 flavor is added if the rind of a lem on is mixed with the slices of apple. When two strong men come to , blows, even if tbey are well matoh ed, it ta not a pleasing sight, but if [ the man who gets the worst of it will use De Witt's Witch Hazel ..... mion riazel Salve, he will look better and feet better in short order Be sure you get De Witt's Good foi * a salve is used for, inol Sold by k11 druggists ?hiQCenira!binES T d.U C.RV. K.a M.R V Baltimore & Ohio R. R. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCH 15, 1900. POINT PIBABANT ?Daily. + Dally except Sunday. Eastern PAKKERSBURG, Depart *9.45 a m , +2.45 p m. (Express). *? 00 p. m Arrive *10.12 a. in., +2.45 p in.! Express), *8 00 p. fn. WHEELING and Pl'lTMiCRG, Depart *9.15 a. m.,r2.4S p in Arrive+2 45 p ro.,6.00 p_m. WASH. BAL.TO.. PHIL.A. A NEW \ ORK. Depart *9.45 u. m., +2 45 p. in. Arrive +2.4o fcKNOVA, Depart *10 12 a. m (local) +2.45 p. in.,*6 00p. in. (local). Arrive *9 45 a, m, (local), +2.45 p. m.. *6.00 p. in. (local.) A Lesson In Health Healthy kidneys filter the im parities from the blood, and unless tbey do this good beilth is impossi ble Foley's Kidney Core makes sound kidneys and will positively oure all forms of kidney and blad der disease It strengthens the whole system All dealers Tb? Comnecting Limk Between the Ireat Lakes and the Soath and Southeast LOOK AT THE MAP i ONLY SLEEPING CAR LINE BCTWCCN Chicago, Columbus, and Point* South to Charleston. | Parlor Cars TMUNS ?marie* |Toledo & Columbus Shortest Route Betweea I Toledo, Columbus, the Virginias I KatM Vis Ok I. C*?tr*JLIs?s ilwijimslmw wImUth' p-** Wrtm?Tl?Cs??s.r?M?n? Sam. etc. ?whtow "orac. am. t?w Tomm oio KANAWHA 6c MICHIGAN &AI1.WAY ? (Central Standard Time.) Time Table in Effect April 30th, 1905. 1 NORTH BODNO. , TOLRUO EXPBF.SS. 8:10 a.m. For CJallipolis. Middleport, Ath I Dally Ex. ens, Columbus, Toledo^ Detroit, I Sunday. ens, Columbus, Toledo, Detroit, ly. Chicago and all points. North and West. XXPKXBB A!*D ACCOMMODATION. 1:04 p.m. For Gallipolls, Middleport, Ath I Dally. ens, Columbus, Toledo and all I ^ polnu North and West. Through Sleeping Car, Charleston to Chi cago. , ACCOMMODATION. I 4:23 p. m. Between Gauley Bridge and Mid Daily Ex. dleport. _ nday. ACCOMMODATION. I 8:19 p. m. Between Charleston and Mlddle I Sunday port. Only. SOUTH BOUND. . ACCOMMODATION. 16:15 a m. Between Middleport and Gaaley I Dally Ex. Bridge. I Sunday. ? XPBBBS AND ACCOMMODATION. I 2:24 p. III. For Charleston, Washington 1 Dally. Richmond, Newport News, Nor folk and all points South an< East. Through Sleeper, Chicago to Charleston. I THROUGH BXPRKSH 5:42 p. m. For Charleston, Blchmond. Wasli I Dally Ex. ington, Newport News. Norfolk | Sunday, and all points South and East. ACCOMMODATION. I 7:05 a. m. Between Middleport and Charles | Sunday loo. | Only. Nos. 8 and 4 run dally between Charleston | and Middleport. L,. P. KUHN, Agent. Knew How It Would Be. The simplicity of children is sometimes hard to fathom. In the following case, for instance, report ed by an exchange was the boy's in nocence real or affected? lie had brought home his monthly school report, which made a poor showing. "This is very unsatisfactory," said his father as he looked it over. "I am not at all pleased with it." "I knew you wouldn't be," an vered the little boy. "I told the ?aclier so, but she said she couldn't hange it." Qood for the ooogh, removes the oold, theoaose of theoongh That's the work of Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar?the original Inxa tive cough syrup Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists. A Fair Exchange. A man who had purchased some currant buns at a bakery was dis tressed on starting to eat one to find that it contained a fly. Returning to the bakery, he made an indig nant complaint, demanding another bun in place of the inhabited one. "I'm sorry, 6ir," Baid the sales woman, "I can't give you another bun, but if you will bring me back . the fly I will give you a currant for it."?Harper's Weekly. Stops earaohe in two minuter; tootbaohe or pain of barn or soald in five minutep; hoarseness, one honr; mnsoleaohe, two hour*; sore thioat, twelve hours?Dr Thomas Eoleotrio Oil, monaroh over pain Illustrating a Phrase. Wife?What is meant, John, by the phrase "carrying coals to New castle:'" Husband?It is a metaphor, my dear, showing the doing of some thing that is unnecessary. \\ ife?I don't exactly understand. Give me an illustration?a familiar one. Husband?Well, if I were to bring you home a book entitled "How to Talk," that would be carrying coals to Newcastle! How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitual!? oanstipat ed Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup onres ohronio constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels, and restores the natural aotion of the bowels Orino Laxative Frnit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe Bnd ia mild and pleasant to take Befase substitutes All dealers ft I .^Vegetable Preparationfor As similating the Food andficg ula ting the Stomachs andfiowels cf lNFANTS/( HtLDHEN Promotes Digestion.CteerfuF ness and Rest.Contains neither' Opium.Morplune nor Mineral. NOT NAHC OTIC. /tote oroujysiKVEiPtraati ScU Alx.Smn* * Rack*lUSJu AaUeSmfl * JliftZS??hiifr* (tmSHdJkifgr A perfect Remedy forConstipa lion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. A t b uitinllis } j D??sh s - j jCi jvi s EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. For Infants and Children. I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. Gail ana see My Well Selected stock \ Combs, Bracelets, Chains, I ockets, Brooches. Hat Pins, Scarf Pins, Cuff Buttons, Fobs, Shirtwaist Sets, Elk, Eagle and all other fraternity jewelry. My Specialty is Diamonds and Watches CLAUD M. WALL, Next door to Opera House, GALLIPOLIS, jr. ay 9 If OHIO. Open Mouthed. First Comedian?Did you score a hit with your new specialty ? Second Comedian?Did I! Why, the audience gazed with open mouth ed wonder before I was half through. l"ir*t Comedian?Wonderful! It is seldom that an entire audience yawns at once. la these days of rush and burry courtesy ie often forgotten la the mad, pell mell rush of onr life lit tle things are done to offend that ve ratber remained nodone A hastily eaten meal and its resultant headaobo may oause us social or finanoial loss The wise man or wo man is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a little dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia It digesta ?what you eat and puts your sto mach back into shape. bold by all druggists Sooner or later the undertaker undertakes ns all. Ladies, read thiB oatalogue of obarms Bright eyes, glowing obeeks, red lips, a smooth skin without a blemish, in short, per feot health Fur sale with every paakage Hollister's Rooky Moun tain Tea 35 oenta AO Van Gil der One way to get rich is to inherit wealth. When you have a ooli it is well to be very oarefal about usiog any thing tbat will oauee constipation Be partiaaUrly oarefal aboat prep arations containing opiates Use Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar, which stops the cough and moves the bowela Sold by all drug gists. The ice man has aoareless weigh. A Reminder*. Cheaply?Hello, old man! You seem to l>e in a bjpwn study. Popley?Oh, hello! Yes, I am. You see, my wife asked me to stop at the market for something and I can't think what it was. Cheaply ? Here, have a cigar. Muvbe that'll lielp you to think. Poplev?Thanks. Oh. yes, I re member now. It was cabbage sh? wanted.?Philadelphia Press. N i one wonld buy a sailboht with sails that oould not be reefed There is always that possibilty of a little too muob wind that makes a cau tious man afraid to go unprovided The thinking man, whose stomaoh sometimes goes baok on him, pro vides for bis stomroh by keeping a bottle of Kodol For Dyspepsia within reach Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stomaoh to the condition to properly per form its functions Sold by all druggists Farmers Institute. At Harmony Cbarob, Mason Oo. Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 21 and 25. 1906. Ins^notors of experience will be present. The discussion of agrioulure eobjsots may be of great value to jr>u in your chosen pro fession. E inoation and organiza tion should engHge the attention of every farmer. All the farmers should be present at thia meeting John Sommer, President. A a dressing for sores, bruises and bnrns Chamberlain's Salve is nil that can be desired It is sooth ing and heating in its effect It is soothing and healing in its effect Prioe 25oents Fur side by G W M Hooff and A O Van Gilder "If anyone asks for me, James, I shall be back in ten minutes," said Mrs. Fosdiok. ' Y68, sorr," replied the Irish iflioe boy, "and how soon will you be baok if no one Bsks for yon? Of Interest To Many Foley's Kdaey Cure will oure any oaae of kidney or bladder trou ble that is nat beyond the reaoh of medioine No medicine can do more All dealers So Tired It may be from overwork, but the chances are Its from an In active LIVER.?? With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountains of labor without fatigue. It adds a hundred per cent to ones earning capacity. it can be kept In healthful action by, and only by Tutt's Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Windsor Hotel. 1217-29 Filbert 8U, Phlla . I'*. Three luinntes from Broad St, Station, two minutes from Reading Terminal. American plan from $2 to $3.50 per day, Earopean'plan from $1 to $2.60 per day. Frank M. Scheibley, Manager. UNDERTAKING. We Have a Large and Complete Steele of Burial Cases, Robes, Etc. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed J. B. TIPPETT PROPK!ETOR OF THE Dome Manufactory of Fine Fnneral Coods, the only Indrpend'-rt Mf?. In tLe Slate. There was a strong combine formed Jan. let. on all Funeral Good*, making t he highest prices on outside casket boxes ever known. This does not effect me I have supply o luinbe-on hand and will1 fdrntsn the same at one-hall the price that the com bine asks for tbem. 1 have not ad anything in the line. The Jobbers and Re tailers ma>t pay the advance price lrom Jan* uary 1,1900. You Cau't Beat the Man that Makes tbe tioods lor Low PrlceB! If yon will come to my flne XTwderUker -Rooms, I will show you the flnest goods ever looked at, In design" nud line c lor*. You can select from 800 flulnhed Jobs and If not suited, can make anything you waul In twelve hours notice. My Couch, Grand Arn-y ano Children Caskets can't be excelled lnMyec?ofh%lllts ami plush are bought lrom ImpoiUTs In New Yoik. All ol the linings and lavlnic cloth is done by a woman in the factory The men working for me are all wood worker* and no time is lost. Come to ttoe lactory. I pay Hailroad, Street Car Fare and Ferriage, Deliver all goods, drive over the ferry. I pay the leirlsge, fe*d your honns and give din ner in all calls for funeral goads?Dew, not second hand. ? , _ 1 have bought the finest Funeral Car ever bcught In Southern Ohio. Have some of the finest rubber tire hacks and fine Coupe for the minister. I have a child's fine white hearse, the only one In the county. I don i haul children in a large hearse. I have six hearses and three delivery wagons. I have two licensed men in V est v irglnia and two men in Ohio with twenty years ex perlen- e In the art of embalming and no uew beginners. Come to the factory where there Is no lost time, all are at work. *ou don'l have to pay for their cost of time watching the shop for some one to come in, as they can earn nothing uuless they sell. And tl e Largest Oealer iu Shin gles in tlie Ohio Valley. Six hundred thousand of all kinds. Dimen sion shingles, fancy and plain In stock. i Plastering L,a'h. Paints, Oils, \ arul?h and General Hardware B. F. BIGGS Pouieroy, Ohio, and Mason l itTi West Virginia. I June6 6m ! Plain From a Bum Promptly Uclered liy Chamberlain's Pain liatm A little ohild of M^obhel StrauBS of Vrrnon, Good, was reoently iu threat pain from a burn on the band, and as ould applioatuns only in oreaeel tbe inflnmmation, M> I Strauss oame to Mr James N Niobols, a local merchant, for some thing to stop the pain MrNiobob says: ' I advised him tonee Cham berlain's Pain Balm, and tbe first npplioation drew out tbe ii.flamma tion and gave immediate relief I have used this liniment myself and recommend it very often for outs, burns, strains and lame baok, and have never known it to disappoint For sale by G W M Hocff and A I C Van Gilder '?So yon ? no longer call your I pretty .little home ' Tbe Nutshell? | Why did you ohange it? "I got eo tired of having funny I men ring my bell to ask if tbe 'kernel was in." It arouses energy, develops and stimulates nervous life, arouses the I oourage of yuuth It makes you [young again That's what Hollis I tor's Kooky M mutaiu Tea will do 35oents, Tea or 'l'ablbts A C Van I Gilder At a funeral tbe other day at I Cleveland, Ohio, tbe driver of one of tbe waiting oarriageB was stiuik by a bolt of ligh'ning and instant ly killed I Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold . A J Nusbaum, Batesville, Indi ana, writes: "Last year I suffered for three months with a summer oold so distressing that it inrerfer. ed with my business I btd many I of tihe symptoms of hay fever, and I adootor's prescription did not reaob I my oase, uod I tcok several medi cines wbiob seemed to tnly sggra vate my oase Fortunately L in sisted upon having Foley's Honey and Tar in the yellow paokage, and it quiokly oured me My wife bap since need Foley's Honey and Tar I with tbe same success All dealers Where the Bird Felt 8afa^ A city gentleman was invited down to the country for "a day with the birds." Whatever his powers in finance, liis shooting was not re markable for its accuracy, to the great disgust of the znan in attend ance, whose tip was generally regu lated by the size of the bag. "Dear me," at last exclaimed the sports man, "but the birds seem exception ally strong on the wing this year!" "Not all of 'em, sir," came the re mark. "You've ghot at the same bird about a dozen times. 'E's a-fol lerin' you about, sir." "Following me about? Xonsense! Why should a bird do that?" "Well, sir," came the reply, "I dunno, I'm sure, unless Vs 'angin' round you for safety." ? London Tatler. A bath olean^As the skin and rids the pores of refuse A bath makes for bettor fellowship and oitiz^n ship Not only should the ootside of the body be cleansed, but oo oasional use of a laxative or oatbar* tio opens tb? bowels apd c'ears the sygtem of pffete matter Best for this are DaWitt's Little E?arly Risers Pleasant little pills t hat do not gripe or. sioken Sold by all druggist* N"EW TOEK ELECTRIC HOMEOPATHIC BATTERY FOR Catarrh, Hay Fever, Asthma, Headache, Toothache Neuralgia, Ir fluenza the Grip and a preventive of all con tagious diseases. DIRECTIONS:?Rub the cork upon the seat of pain un til a smarting sfnsation is felt; then remove the cork to the nostrils and inhale This treatment is he d up through the mails for three year's for $1.00 Keep the bottle well corked. ?pr2so? T. J. BRADY. Point Pleasant, W. Va For the Best Grade cf Pure Bye & Bourbon Whiskies, And Fine Wines and Brandies, at the very lowest possible prices call on or address yoar orders to J. G. STORTZ. Point Pleasant, W. Va., Who makes a specialty of the jug trade. If his goods do not turn out as represented your money will be refunded. The best $2.00 whisky sold in West Virginia. Special attention paid to orders. .nn?*.w? RIAL ESTATE 1 INSURANCE. Fire, Marine, Accident and Life Insurance. Estates Managed, Rents Collected. Loans Negotiated. TIPPETT and HUTCHINSON, Point Pleasant, West Va. Momman Building, (Sixth Street.) None But the Most Reliable Companies Repre sented. Oome and Talk with us. Kessler Hospital. Largest In the State. Accommodates 150 Patients. Competent medical staff, large corps of nurses, electric treatment, splendidly equipped operating rooms. Boom rent includes medical attention, medicine, nursing and board. Rooms from $10.00 a week np. Wards $7 00 np Wmr* Da. A. K. KESSLER. Surr, HUNTINGTON. WEST VIR6INIA. Married men are the better sol liers;they know more about tight 'fg TRUSTEE'S SALE I Of Valuable Eeal Estate in the | Town of Point Fleacant, W. Va. By virtue of a certain deed of trust executed by Josephine Hem and C. F. iless, her husband, to the undersign ed Trustee, dated the 14th day of August, 1!K)2, and recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Mason County, West Virgin ia, in Trust Deed Book No. 25, page 44:1, &c., to secure the payment of a certain debt evidenced bv a certain promissory note made by Josephine Hess and C. F. Hess payable to J. Capehart. or order, for the sum of one thousand dollars, which note is fully described in said deed of trust, and default having been made in the pay ment of said note, which is past due, and having beea hereunto requested by ihe said J. Capehart, theownerand holder of said note, I will on Saturday, September 15,1906, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the front door of the Court House of said Mason coun ty, sell at public auction to the high est bidder, the property described in said deed of trust, which is situated in the Town cf Point Pleasant, Mason county, West Virginia, being a fract ional part of Lot No.l1, of the Second Tier of the town lots of said town, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: On the West by the lot of C. F. Hess; on the North by the Court House lot; on the East by Viand street; on the South by Fifth street, and being the same lot conveyed to the said Josephine Hess by Joseph Hem by his deed dated tbe 4th day of March, 18i?8. and of record in said C erk's Office in Deed Book No. <10, [ page 560, &c. Terms of sale:?Cash. E. J. SOM ERVIL.LE, aug. 1, 4-w. Trustee. THE MIDDLEPORT BANK, Middleport, Ohio. I K. C. FOX, Prm. 1 T. 8. ARMKNTROUT, Vice-Pre*. FKED EADFOKD, Caabler. The best asset of a bank U tbe Integrity and financial Judgment of Its officers. Onr record Is written and open ift tbe public. We Invite enquiry. Our assets $150,(100 se cured by large holding* of real estate. Gov. bonds and other gilt edge securities We divide tbe profits with our patrons by pay inp 3 per cent-Interest on ?fx inontb deposits and 4 per cent on 12 month deposits. Bend y. ur money to us by Kxpre**. Draft, check < r money order, and receivejone ol our cer tificates by return -r.all. July U tf LEARN TELEGRAPHY. Taught by an experienced operator, $5.00 per month. Satisfaction guar anteed. For particu'are address L, A. Van Gilder. july 18 tf Point Pleasant, W. Va. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy Almost every famSy has need of a reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at some during the year. This remedy is recommended by dealer* who have sold it for many years and know its value. It has received thousands of testimonials from grateful ?- ? ? FCUfJlC. It has been prescribed by pby nrians with the most sathfactocy results. k has often saved Efe before medicine could haw been sent for or a physician summoned It only costs a quarter. Can ron afford to nsk so much tor m title > BUY IT NOW. Latest Equipments. BRANDS OF FLOUR Acme, Favorite, Golden Gate, Straight Patent. HPECIAI.Hi CRKAM WHEAT AND OATS. COKN CHOP, CRACKED CORN, HAY, STRAW, MI L.L.KT, Ktc. Farmers' Exchange Solicited. All kiuds of Feed (or Sale at all times CALL AND SEE US. The Stortz-Blazer Co., POINT PLEASANT, W. VA. Mother Gray'* Sweet Powders for Children. SacceMfully u?<*i by Mother /:ray. nurw la iheCblldreti'M Home In New \ ork. Cure ?ev erUbDOKn. baa Stomach, Leethlox Dlaordera, move aod regulate the Bowela aud DeMroy Worms. Over 80W0 teatlmoolala. Tbey never fall. At all druKgUt* Sic. Sample ?KEE. AddreaH, Allen B. Olmaled I* Roy. }j y. Juue*7 4w BATE VOD EVER BOL'I.'IIT Off The Point Pleasant Liquor House?The Scencer. Drop 111 when in town and look over our stock end sample our good*. Be low we q-Jote you prices In some of our many 'wands. One of our specialties Royal Bye? one case of four quarts, price $3.00. Other brands, prices as follows: Log House \ Mount Vernon Bye (20 y'rs old), 2 00 Old Barbee, per qt., 1 *5 Gilded Age. per qt., 1 00 Golden WeddJug, per qt., 1 OW Cognac Brandy,(Fine,)perqt.,.. 1 60 GackenbeimerPureBye.perqt., 1 Jas. E. Pepper, Soar Mash, per qt 1 *0 Continental Montereal Malt Bye, per qt. '5 Maj. Paul's, per qt., '? Strawberry wine, (Fine,) per qt '4 St. J ulien, per qt., W Port Wine, (Brat,) per qt., Port Wine, per qt., Bberry Wine, per qt. 00 Catawba Wine, per qt ?0 Mums Extra Dry (Champagne,) 4 <0 TIE Pllir PLEISIIT UQIBIBIBSE. KILL the COUCH and CURE tHi LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery for a ? - ONSUMPTION Pries 0UGHS and 50c 4 ?1.00 LOS Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure tor all THBOAT and LTTHO TB.OTJB UKS, or HONEY BACK. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM CSctasei tnd bctBtlfic* the hsl I Promote* ?luxuriant frowth Wmrer Fmil? to Eertore Gray H*ir to its Youthful Color. m*nttDudni(rw4h|btalOa| ? Md>m>rtPrJhn Oct 141 yr.