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WITHIN YOUR GRASP
Here are servants who will need n > humoring.
They never tire you a bit and you can't tire them
at all.
Smooth out your ironing difficult: with our h
electric irons.
Electric toasters, percolators, chain, dishes—ail
adding to the wonders of electricity and sub
tracting from prices in equally marvelous style.
And you should see the wonderful line of ceiling
fixtures and glass shades we're selling at such
low prices. They’re great.
MARTINSBURG ELECTRIC CO.
W. C. PENSKE, Prop.
Both Phones. 219 North Queen St. %
Agents Edison Mazda Lamps.
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You can send the children to OUR store for
anything’ you need in the drug ; -ore 1'ne, and they
will get exactly the same QUALITY and PRICE
as if von were to come for it yourself.
We welcome the young folks in our store.
Give the children a few extra u
sow for themselves.
Come to US for it.
K’S PHARMACY
J. W. KOGELSCHATZ, Prop. West King St.
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FEED BULLETIN
MILLER’S
100 Lb.
Bran . $1.75 Flour Middlings
Rye Middlings .$1.75 Mixed Feed
Standard Middlings .$1.75 Hominy Feed .
Scratch Feed—$2.50, $2.75 and $3.00.
100 Lb.
.. .$2.00
. . .$2.00
. . $2.15
$2.00 Reduction on Ton Lots of the Above.
Items You Probably Need
Pr’ccc! Very ('Jose
-Now,
ESALTMAN MASH
EGG-A-DAY MASH
CHOWDER
CHICK FEED
BEEF SCRAP
OYSTER SHELL
BUTTERMILK MASH
ALFALFA MEAL
GROUND CHARCC’
TANKAGE
SALT
CORN, OATS AND HAY
CERTAIN-TEED ROOFING CLOVERDALE GINGER ALE
MALT AND HOPS, BOTTLES AND CAPS
COAL—
WOOD
Nut, Stove, Broken, Red Ash and Hard Coal. Pocahontas
Lump Coal and Georges Creek Run of Mine.
Miller Supply Company |
West Race Street. S
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WATCH COLOR OF
YOUR HOUSE ROOF
Or Ycu Wight Be Arrested For
Keeping Liquor.
Bottlepgevs and moonshiners, ho
ware of the color of the roof of
your house.
If it is green, or red. or some
oilier distinctive color, the John
!>oe warrant will likely get yi u, if
lie regular kind does not
Anyway, it got Joseph Oirod. a
lAesville merchant, and as a re
lit Judge Ktnmett H. Showalter.
■f the Marion county criminal court,
handed Joe a jn 11 term of :'.e days
erupted with a fine of $100 for stor
es liquor in his house for sale.
Vos. Joe was arrested on a John
n >e warrant. It was Doe and not
"'rod. A recent Supremo Court lo
•’ inn hold that John Doe warrants
are invalid in liquor seizure cases
unless the place to he soh'nd as
ell as the articles to he taken i«
•jnsrnirw-.'V "i
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Wholesale Produce
215-217 W. Race St.
Roth Phones
Martinsburg, IN'. Va.
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Full and complete stock
at all times.
I Just call us and your
jj goods will be delivered
free o f charge.
rv.rcc
specifically described. Also it must1
be tigur.'d out to a certainty just i
what person the John Doe is sup
posed to be, and is If tlio place
is designated, then the John Doe
’iving then) in charge is the John
Doe in question.
Fo Joseph Girod - . torneys at
tacked the validity of h > warrant
under which he wa-. wrested. The
writ was produced
and duly examined.
John Doe all right,
the particular John
;<i a certain house
But—the warrant
particular John Dt
nlnr case lived in
"with A green root'
That green rm f
what shattered Joe-,
wiybody in Bivem
that house with th
There was no line
that whatever. S •.
hemming and hawk
novs decided to 1
guiltv with the rosu
iu open court
It was for j
Also it was for j
Doe that lived I
Kivesvillo.
d that the
"•is partic
I'enain house
Uivesville
p ftention is
1 - > in court.
!- could spot.
. preen roof, i
ntv about
after n little
loe'a attov
■ r a plea of
It Muted
! PICNIC NEAR MCRCERSBURG.
A party of local p- ale. including
Mr. and Mrs. G. B V. Itshfre. Mrs.
II. q. Brooks, Miss Margaret
p-><0;s', fins Wilt li , Moade Kit
chin and Woods Bj i wont in two
cars yesterday to at: - rid the com
teneeniept exero . t Mercers
1-urc \cademy. Slot : dmrg. Pa.
yesterday. They stopped tliis side
of Merc rsburg for a picnic lunch
•id then continued to the school.
They brought back with them Flick
Wiltshire, son of Mr and Mrs <!
It. Wiltshire, this <-it • -u McCov.
of York, IV... Nelson V. dlor, of
Washington, and Willi, m Irvine of
Wheeling, all students at tile Acad
,my." The younger p ;,> were en
tertained informally at the home of
and Airs. Brooks last night.
The students, with tie- ■ i option of
William Irvipe, who v. tit to his
home la t night, return 1 to Mer
tersburg this morning for the tutur
inc period preparalm to fakin'?
t ■ College Kntrance ■ ■.antinations
r in the month.
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THE POOLE PLAYER PIANO
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The Piano Anyone Can Play
Contains all the exclusive points of excellence
found in Poole pianos and a play* ■ mechanism
highly endorsed by musical celebrities, which
will enable you to produce the mo i artistic re
sults irrespective of ;m\v previous musical train
ing.
THE R. R. TROUP MUSK1
Pathe Phonographs, Emerson Records, Sheet ;
Music, Roll Music and other musical merchandise, j
t 0
Peoples Trust Company Building.
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HOUSE
CONSTIPATION
RELIEVED K
QUICK ORDER
Almost Every Other Person In
This City Has Constipation.
Would it surprise you if wo wov
to toll you that every other person
you met on the streets of this town
is a sufferer from constipation 7
Well this is s true statement of at'
fairs Perhaps every o • er person
does not possess eltroplc constipa
lion-- still the average person at
times does have an occasional at
tack of this dreaded malady.
Oneo constipation sets In and un
less in mediate stop- are taken to
throw it oil’ it will run into a
chronic, year- round * condition.
Chronic constipation is stubborn,
as every one knows. One must use
vo y resource to rid the system Of
it—and then only by tin; hardest of.
tight inu.
YKBXOhAK the marvelous and
great tonic is especially recom
mended for constipation. Thou
sands have f'C.nd it u: t beneficial.
«\nd this is he. n > VI’.KXOI.AK is
made up of root ;, herbs, berries and
the juico of ripe, re > grapes all
stimulants for the -m nial organ-,
if you have constipation an I you
would relieve your el of it tart In
with VEBNOl/AK ti l: It is cold
u town by Arthur M. •;ilhort, Phat
madst, Martinsburg. V. \ ;i, It
A BANQUET THAT
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“Three years ago at a banquet 1
was stricken with acute indigestion.
Two doctors worked over me for an
hour before 1 ca.rao to. 1 had had
severe nolle attacks before, but
nothing like that. N’o doctors or
medicine gave mo permanent help
until a friend, who was at the ban
mint, advised me to take a course of
Mavr's Wonderful Remedy, which I
did with wonderful resulta” It. is
it simple, harmlu-s prepnrdfion that
removes the catarrhal mucus from
the intestinal tract and allay the
inflammation which causes practi
ally all stomach, liver and inleslin
al ailments, including appendicitis.
One dose will convince or money re
funded. A. M. Gilbert and drticy
everywhere. II
follow the advertisin'-. In the ."uni
al. It vv'II r'tvo vou mnhv dollar:'.
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COFFIIiLl)
Water Power Washer
REAL ECONOMY In wnshin
clothes may mean morn than i
yon think. Anil thn builders o' i
his washer have siioitl seven j
Ip.en years finding th*■ i-risi<*st, j
<|uIekost, cheapest way of tah j
iitfr all iho dirt act <rr all k nds f
■ if clotnes.
WEST KING STREET
• mi o——,«■ ■ i—.
Former Town Girl To Be June
Bride.
Oi;t of town Riio*' aro arriving
in Ha gw* town to bo thorp for tho
wedding Saturday of Miss lOlijuibeth
Millor, <>f that cit\. and I1". Hoakett
Milo, of Cumberland. formorly of
Winchester.
Tho coromony will h,> performed
1:: o'clock Saturday at the homo
tho bride'? Bister. Mrs Fred C.
\N a. Potomac avenue, 'vhci'o she
made her homo for tho past1
f-nir years. Mrs. Wright will bo
111.1 roll of honor, and little Miss Jail
ice Sivhnley, of Staunton. Va.. and
Miss Helen Wright, of Hagerstown,
will ho ribbon girls, with Utile Mbs
Sara O'Neill, niece of the bride, as
(lower nil. Harry Olenn, of Cum
berland, will bo best man. Hov. I'.
!!. Hailey, paster of St. Haul's M,'til
ed it Kpiseopitl church, will por
fo ,i til,, ceremony
Mis? Miller is a daughter of the
la-e Mr and Mrs .1 Wm. Millor. of
this city, and a niece of Mr. C. A
Miller. Mr. Hobo I S. Miller an I
.■ A. 1! Noll.
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Agreement Readied And Par
tial Payment Is Made.'
A partial payment amounting to
a ’.i'.ooo under tho Inheritance tax
l;.\vs has horn tntido to tho stato
tax com mi salon or hy executrix of
tho ostato of tho Into Nathan
doff of Clarksburg. This payment
la one of the Impost that lias boon
made under the law.
Tho state and executrix of tin’
estate entered Inin controversy
relative to the valuation of the
doff estate and the matter has
boon under adjustment for several
weeks. An agreement has not yet
boon reached. deductions were
claimed which the state has not
seen fit to permit.
Tho estate of former Senator
do’ff will be in excess of $1?.000,000
it was said bv Tax d » umissionor
\V. S Tfallannn Tho tax will ho
u excess of $,’’.0,000. Tho Judge
had largo proper!i -s. both real and
personal, in Harrison county.
REBECCAS COMING
lie Mi any Repot i Lodge, No. 7. is
prepai*i;for an inter*'isting session
next. Tu 'day ni ’it. On that occas
ion tho I 'cal h)d"e is to l»e visited
l\ ;i deb* yaUon from tin' Winches
ter lleheccas and the event will he'
observed y/ith a , ocial following tho
business session.
J. II. McKiierry, aged 2f>, of I In
"i rsluwa, was In a critical condi
t mi (here last, night and may now
b • dead from l»ielilorlde of mercury
ouiug lle is ;eported to hav<
! * n the poison following a quar
red.
COCKROACHES
rASILY KILLED
TODAY
Stearns’ Electric Paste
A!«o NI JU' DF.AT1I to Waterbti**. Ant*. Hot*
I,mi Mi •• 'll"'' I"' «s riro On* (jrri»t»'St nirrlrn
" ari'i MU NT IlK KIL1.KD. TLvy drain*
bull* 11■<•<! awl property
L)|n*eilon* in 1J> tanfpi&ges In *T*ry bo*,
for u»e—two hlte* H6c nn<1 flJiO.
I,'. N. Goreniineiit buys It.
SNOWY
NECKWEAR
A rids A Freshening
Touch.
A fresh pair of cuffs,
and collar make you
feel as though you had
donned a different
frock.
Vest cos of Organdie,
Laces, Nets.
Collar and Cuff Sols of
Organdies and Laces.
Organdie Sashing
H In almost endless varie
s ty—all at Special Low
Markings.
Colored Silk
SUN AND RAIN
UMBRELLAS
^ In all the wanted shades
1 —Ivory Ring and Tip
* nod, starting at
j Spillman Bros.,
Inc.
MRS. BIAS FELT s
THE END WAS NEAR
Huntington Woman At 71
Says She Feels 20 Years
Younger Since Taking
Tanlac.
“My frlnmln are nil surprised to
son liow strong and nc.llvo I nrn for
a woman or seventy-one, and It In
really wonderful the rooiI Tanlao
11an ()ono for mo," wild Mrs. .1. Ilian,
1107 Kiev rath Avenue, Huntington,
VV. Vn.
“Two yours ago 1 lost my apptv s _
tlto and never knew what Vt was to
I feel hungry, liven the 1 ittlr> I fore*
| ed down (Unagreed with me. I was
j rest lean and nervous and many a
night I couldn't clone my eyes In
' sloop. I got bo weak I couldn't lift
my foot from the floor an I waJked.
I lout heart and life wan such a bur
den I foil that the end was not far .
off, ■
' The medicines I look did me no
rood and If was with little hop*
that I tried Tanlac; hut this medi
cine gave me strength right from
the start, and 1 kept Improving till
now I don't believe (hern Is a wo
man of my ago in the State who en
Joys better health than 1 do. My
appetite Is splendid, my digestion In
perfect and I now sleep so sound I
never wake up once from night to
morning.” It
LEG SEVERED
John R. Myers, of Hagerstown, an
employe of the Pennsylvania rail
road company as a track workman,
v. i struck hy a (rain as ho erns
'■d the road's trucks In that city
and Ids right leg severed a few In
ches above fhe ankle. Doctors had
to amputate more of the leg.

EXTRA SPECIAL
Ladies* Leather Pumps or Oxfords. These were hut
on account of sixes they go on
* Days for $1.00 Pp>
Not all sixes.
$1.98 Boys’ J
work shoe.
> icher Shoes, sizes 9 to
$ Day SI .00
\ ■ Oil
EXTRA SPECIAL
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Ladies’ Black Felt Bed Boom Slippers, all size, very cnm
fo; • ' fo • ! > no use.
$ Day $1.00
. Value $1.98.
I ;• -i Seam pox Union Suits, all sizes of different styles.
Very Special $1.00
\’alnes SI. 18 to SM.98. The biggest value of the sale.
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at the Lace Store
Friday and Saturday, June 10th & 1 1th
Bigger and Better Bargains will he on sale for these two days
$10 Grass Rugs, size
9x12, ast. patterns..
25c* Children’s Tan Stock
ings, all sizes, 5 to kHp
3 pair. uUu
8:1.98 Grass Rugs, 41 jx7j,o,
assortment of Q7)
patterns .
, tjn
.iUW
19c Men’s Colored Handker
chiefs, blue or red,
4 for.
19c n n fini h Towel- Fflp j
ing, yds. for.
15c I luck or Turkish FfS
Towels, 4 for. cJj i
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$7.75 Grass Rugs, size <M
8x10, ast. patterns..
< niltkvn’s Muslin Draw
. age 2 to 12,
! pair .
50c
VJc Ladies’ Cotton Hose,
black, white or tan, THp
4 pairs.

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