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PROFESSIONAL CURDS
A. E. Kenney
LAWYER
GRANTSVILLE - - W. VA.
LORENZ.G. HAMILTON j
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Prosecuting Attorney.
Grantsvllle • ■ West Virginia
Elliott Chenoweth Robert F. Kidd
Grantsvllle, W. Va. GlenviUe, W. Va.
CHENOWETH ft KIDD
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
GRANTSVILLE WEST VIRGINIA
Practice in all the Courts of the State.
Citizens’ Phone. L. K. Phone.
Bruce Ferrell
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
GRANTSVILLE WEST VIRGINIA
A. G. MATHEWS
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Bank of Grantsvllle Building
GRANTSVILLE WEST VIRGINIA
BEE HOPKINS~
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND JUSTICE
OF THE PEACE
Collections a Specialty.
MINNORA - - WEST VIRGINIA
J. A. Morford
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Bank of Grantsvllle Building
GRANTSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
All calls promptly answered.
DR. RAY MORFORD
DENTIST
Office In Bank of Grantsvllle Building
Citizens’ Phone in Office i
and Residence.
GRANTSVILLE WEST VIRGINIA
DR. H. A. PRICE
DENTIST
x
619/2 MARKET STREET
PARKERSBURG, W. VA.
Dr. L. A. Hicks
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Citizens' Phone.
Calls Answered Promptly.
CHLOE.W. VA.
~COUNTY
DIRECTORY

OFFICERS
Judge Circuit Court, W. H. O’Brien,
Ripley, W. Va.
Clerk Circuit Court, L. L. Ferrell,
Grantsville, W. Va.
Prosecuting Attorney, Lorentz C.
Hamilton, Grantsville, W. Va.
President County Court, C. P. G.
Haught, Sycamore, W. Va.
Commissioners County Court, C. A.
Witt, Grantsville, W. Va., and R. A.
Board, Cremo, W. Va.
Clerk County Court, S. T. Waldo,
Grantsville, W. Va.
Sheriff, George A. Richards, Grants
rllle, W. Va.
Assessor, Creed Yoak, Millstone, W.
Va.
Surveyor, Dwight Shock, Pennsboro,
W. Va.
Superintendent Free Schools, T. C.
Cain, Blgbend, W. Va.
TERMS OF COURT
Circuit Court, third Tuesday In
April, August and November.
County Court, first Monday In Jan
uary,'April, July and November.
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__and accept no imitation
Slump in Microscopes.
The general depression in tlie op
tical trade is being felt very severely
by British microscope makers, most
of whom are working with reduced
staffs. Some are only working alter
nate weeks. This is partly due, no
doubt, to overproduction during the
war. when a large number of micro
scopes were supplied to the order of
the government, but even taking this
into account, the demand is now ab
normally small. With hospitals pov
erty is a natural excuse, but in other
cases, such as that of schools, it is not
so easy to explain why so few new
instruments are being purchased. Ac
cording to one large firm the great
majority of microscopes now pur
chased are for purposes connected
with mineralogy.—Manchester Guar
dian.
Important to Mothers
Examine curefully every bottle of
CASTOKIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that It
Bears the / / tr ^
Signature oi
In Use for Over 3U Yeurs.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Nothing Sacred.
New York undertakers have derided
to take the luguhrlousness out of fu
nerals, says an exchange. Great
Scott! Are they going to Jazz up fu
neral dirges, too?—Detroit Free Press.
Charity never begins nt home while
houseclennlng Is going on.
Why She
Changed:
“1 have always used
the cheaoer baking
powders, supposing
them just as good as
Royal but I invested
in a can of Royal
Baking Powder and
now find all my bak
ing so much improv
ed that I will use no
other kind.”
Miss C. L. B.
ROYAL
Baking Powder
Absolutely Pure
Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
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ROAD •
BUILDING
— ■■■■ — i
LOCAL ROADS FOR LONG HAUL
rllghways Now Being Improved Should
Be Designed to Care for In
crease in Traffic.
(Prepared by tha United States Department
of Agriculture.)
The United States Is now in a period
• >f greut highway development, and in
i few years many roads, which now
;arrv only local traffic originating
largely within five or ten miles of the
road, will be carrying a large percent
ige of through traffic, much of it com
i Jig from outside the state. This is
! :he opinion of officials of the bureau
)f public roads. United States Depart
ment of Agriculture, based upon the
report of two traffic censuses taken by
the bureau In co-operation with the
itate highway department of Connecti
on.
The roads selected were part of a
fairly complete system of highways.
The first census showed an average of
2,007 passenger cars and 281 trucks
passing the recording station a day;
»nd the second, 3,832 cars and 511
trucks. Forty-seven per cent of the
cars came from within the state.
Drivers were questioned as to length
of travel for the day, nnd results
showed average figures of 70 miles and
52.4 miles for the two censuses.
The average haul for truck traffic
wus 47.5 miles, some of them hauling
a distance of 250 miles. Officials point
out that traffic of this nature has de
veloped In a period of >methlng like
ten years on a road which prior to
f -—— -1
A Federal-Aid Gravel Road.
1910 carried almost entirely local traf
fic. It must be concluded, therefore,
they say, that roads which are now be
ing Improved to form part of through
highway routes should be designed
to take cure of a great deal more than
the local traffic or that which is ex
pecfed to originate locally with the
coming of better roads.
MORE WAR EQUIPMENT READY
Large Amount of Lumber and Other
Material Made Available for
Road Construction.
Five million board feet of lumber
and $220,000 worth of other surplus
war material, consisting of steam and
gas engines and machine-shop equip
ment. all unused, recently was made
available to stute highway depart
ments for road construction. The
materinl Is to be distributed by the
bureau of public roads, United States
Department of Agriculture, as were
lurge quantities which were helpful to
many stutes in road building last sea
son. Most of the lumber was Intended
by the army for the construction of
a pier at Charleston, S. C., and Is suit
able for highway bridges. The ma
chinery and equipment are stored as
ordnance supplies ut the Plcatlnny
arsenal, Dover, Del. This material Is
particularly In demand and an allot
ment has been requested by each of
the 48 states.
FRENCH ROADS BROKE
Some persons have pointed to
the macadam roads of France as
the type of roads that America
should adopt. Tet these persons
have, perhaps, not thoroughly In
vestigated present conditions.
These roads, which have been a
matter of pride to France for
centuries, are all maintained by
patrolmen. Each man devotes
his time the year around to the
keeping up of a few hundred
yurds of roadway. But, even so,
these roads went to pieces when
heavy truffle was put on them
during the wur. These roads
were built for horse and foot
traffic, and served that purpose
very well, hut motor lorries,
guns, etc., cut up these roads I
quickly.
Prevent Road Destruction.
In n campaign to prevent destruc
tion of the highways by overland
vehicles, the state department of pub
lic works of Massachusetts has In
spectors stationed on all of the Im
portant traffic routes In the state for
the purpose of weighing the loads of
motor trucks.
Money Spent for Roads.
During 1021 $000,000,000 was spent
on highways In the United States for
state, county and other roads outside
of cities.
Cost of American Highways.
After deducting the amount paid by
automobiles in license fees, one and
one-tenth cents per day was the cost
of the American highway to the In
dividual man, woman and child In this
country Inst year.
Signs Give Warning.
Rond signs nt the tops of mountain
grades In Maryland Inform motorist*
of the number of miles down the moun
tain, warn of dangerous curves an.!
give concise Instructions how to drlv*
to avoid accidents.
Growing Old Too Soon?
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I was taking Junior for a walk one
afternoon, and he was playing with a
little football which neither of us had
been able to lntiate. I was watching
Junior when a neighbor came along.
She sat down beside me. After a
little while Junior came up nnd asked
Miss Jones If site would blow up bis
football for him. She asked him why
lie thought that site would be able to
do so after I had already failed.
His answer was, “Cos my dad says
’at you Is the longested winded wom
an ’at ever breathed."—Exchange.
TAKE ASPIRIN ONLY
AS TOLD BY “BAYER”
’Bayer" Introduced Aspirin to th*
Physicians Over 21
Years Ago.
/ _
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Aspirin.” This package is plainly
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The “Bayer Cross” means the gen
uine, world-famous Aspirin prescribed
by physicians for over tweuty-oue
years.—Adt ertisement.
Doubtful Proposition.
Representative Frear of Wisconsin
said at a dinner in Milwaukee:
“There has been n lot of talk to
the contrary, but nevertheless the cost
of all kinds of wearing apparel keeps
unreasonably high.
“A rich Milwaukee banker sat at
luncheon the other day when a serv
ant entered and said:
“ ‘There’s a second-hand clothes man
at the back door, sir.'
“ ‘Good,’ said the rich hanker. ‘Ask
him if lie can let me have a second
hand pair of shoes at a reasonable
price.’ ”
Cuticura for Sore Hands.
Soak hands on retiring in the hot suds
of Cuticura Soap, dry and rub In Cu
ticura Ointment. Remove surplus
Ointment with tissue paper. This is
only one of the tilings Cuticura will do
if Soap, Ointment and Talcum are used
for all toilet purposes.—Advertisement.
“Ain't It the Truth?''
“Halloa, old top!” said Bertie, gen
ially, “did you catch that train all
right last night?”
“Oh, I caught It all right,” replied
Jack dejectedly. “Saw the rear lights
disappearing ns I arrived on the plat
form—”
“But, hang it nil, you just, said you
caught it,” corrected Bertie.
Jack sighed. “The married man
who misses the last train always
catches it.” he said.
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LITTLE CREATURES
“Of worse I’m very tiny.’’ said the
little shrew to the fairy who had come
lo ask the little creatures of their se
crets.
“I in the smallest of nil animals.”
said the shrew, “and I live Just be
neath the leaves. Sometimes 1 dig
tunnels for myself.
“Sometimes I do not. Then I use
the tunnels made by the meadow mice
family and the deer mice family and
other tiny creatures.
“Hut I'm smaller than any of them.
“There’s the star-nosed mole who
likes It where It Is damp. They say
his nose has twenty-two little fingers
to It so he can dig und dig and moke
many passageways through the soft
damp moss which he so dearly loves.
“There’s Ills cousin, the mole who
digs further down In the ground, and
who enjoys delicious enrth worms.
“My name Is Little Masked Shrew.
I wear rather brownish colors with
whitish grayish touches. They say I
look something like a mouse, hut I
have teeth such as no mouse ever hath
“And my Jaws are strong. Oh,
though I'm small, my Jaws are strong,
I’m happy and proud to say.
“I haven’t much of a sense of sinell,
but though I've holes where my ears
should be I cun hear wonderfully.
“Yes, I can hear anything. That Is
the way I look after myself.
“I know when 1 touch u thing what
It is. I have a very keen sense of
touch, but It Is my sense of lieurlng
that saves me from so much danger,
“They say the rubbit cun hear things
quickly as I can. and that the hat
furnlly have the same sense of touch.
“Every day I huve to kill und eat
my own weight.”
“I do not understand," said the
fairy.
"Although I am so small," said the
shrew, “there Is some rule which na
ture has and which I have never
dared to question, which says that
every twenty-four hours I must eat ns
much food In weight as my little body
weighs.
“So you see I am kept busy.
“I can hardly see, too. I can tell
daylight from night, hut that is nhout
nil. I go about almost entirely blind,
and yet though I am almost entirely
blind I must care for myself and must
eat so much In order to keep well and
alive!
“Nature has strange rules, but I nin
helped In the ways that I must follow
by my sense of touch and my sense of
hearing and my good strong teeth."
“And your bravery too, little shrew,"
said the fairy.
r S) i'—n
"I’m Smaller Than Any,”
"Yes, folks are kind enough to say
thnt I am very brave,” said the shrew.
"My long whiskers help me too. You
see, they spread out at either side of
my face and when I’m running ulong
the underground tunnels they feel
along either side and tell me what is
what.
"That’s having one’s whiskers work
for one. I don't believe it Is every one
who has his whiskers do the work
that I do.”
"I don’t believe so,” said the fairy,
laughing.
"I must tell you of a battle I hnd
the other day,” the shrew continued.
"I heard a meadow mouse and be
gan to chase him.
"He made for his storeroom as
there was his family—five of them !
"I followed him. All of them were
bigger than I. Each little mouse was
a bigger creature than I was, but ]
fought them all and I won a great
victory.
"Every one of them I got and I got
their food too.
"I heard each move they made
When they tried to get away frorr
the front door of their storeroom ]
fought them hack.
"They could not get by me. I dir
not leave that door so they could
pass!
"We shrews do not let friendship 01
relationship upset our rules of gettlnt
food. We will think of ourselves first
"Another time, fairy, I dove into tlx
water because I heard n hawk—Just
In time! Yes. I can swim too.
"And I disgusted n weasel by th<
strange smell of my fur—but I havr
to keep my ears open for my eyes an
nlrnost unseeing, and I must obey na
ture’s rules about eating.”
"What wonderful little creature)
shrews are,” the fairy said admir
ingly.
REMEMBER, BOYS!
Thnt n quiet voice, courtesy nnd k!n<
nets are ns essentln! to n gentleman a:
to n gentlewoman.
Thnt roughness, blustering nnd evei
foolhardiness nre not manliness. Tbn
the most firm nnd courageous men hav
often been the most gentle.
Thnt muscular strength Is no
henlth.
Thnt the best capital for a boy I
not money, but a love of work, temper
ate hnblts, simple tastes nnd a henr
loynl to his friends and hlg Ond.
Thnt a brain crammed only wltl
facts Is not necessarily a wise one.
Thnt the labor impossible to a bo,
of fourteen may be easy to a man o
twenty-one.
m
It’s a
DOUBLE treat
—Peppermint
Jacket over Pep
permint gum
10 for 5c
Sugar jacket just
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then you get the delec
table gum center. •
And with Wrigley’s three old
standbys also affording friendly
aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap
petite and digestion.
Soothing, thirst-quenching.
Making the next cigar
taste better.
Health andWealth
a and has brought contentment and happiness to thoa
1% sands of home seekers and their families who have
•J m settled on her FREE homesteads or bought land at
attractive pricec. They have established their own
j homes and secured prosperity and independence.
\ ■ In the great grain-growing sections of the prairie
provinces there is still to be had on easy terms
fji Fertile Land at $ 15 to $30 an Acre
—land, similar to that which through many years
W has yielded from 20 to 45 bushels of wheat
W to us acre—oats, barley and flax also in great i
~ abundance, while raising horses, cattle, sheep
/> and hogs 19 equally profitable. Hundreds of farm
( era in Western Canada have raised crops in a single
season worth :nore than the whole cost of their
land. Healthful climate, good neighbors, churches.
J schools, rural telephone, excellent markets ana
shipping facilities. The climate and soil offer
inducements for almost every branch of
t agriculture. The advantages for
» Dairying, Mixed Farming
and Stock Raising
make a tremendous appeal to industrious set
k tiers wishing to improve their circumstances.
I For Illustrate*! literature, maps, description of farm
■ opportunities in Manitoba, haakatehawan. Albert*
I and British Columbia, ruduced railway rales,
V etc., write
F. A. HARRISON
f 210 N. Third Si., Harrisburg, Pa.
Authorised Afont, OaM* ©f Immigration
and Co Ion I sat loo, Dominion of Canada
BilE Putnam Fadeless Dyes ::S
Another Plea for Marriage.
The Hushuml—Nearly all great men
are married.
The Bachelor—Tt Is struggle and
opposition that develop latent genius.
London Answers.
Can Buy Joy Rides.
Money can’t do everything, hut
there’s a tendency In human nature
to he pretty well satisfied with the
things It cnn do.
As We Have It Now.
"Dubbs Is creating a tempest In a
teapot.” “He’d better lay off that
home-brew stuff!"—Judge.
No one now offers any moralizing *
on the blessings of poverty. It la
called “the simple life.”
All the reward some get for their
experience Is the privilege of telling
about It.
1 ptrm
I \ '»wn,no! Xzl 'Zgsxz&z
\ over 2- y Colds Neuritis
, , Headache HeutalKia pain, Pain
•\ Toothache Lumbago
\ Earache
Accept only “Bayer” package which contains proper directions.
Handy “Rayer” boxes of 12 tablets—Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggiata.
SapIrlD la the trade mark of Dayer Manufacture of MoBoacetlcaeldeeter of 8allcrllcscl4
BROOKLYN WOMAN SAYS
COLAC BEST FOR PILES
, I fMI •*" I
I "For wwral years I suffered with Taken like nny otHer pills COLAC
I hemorrhoids. Have tried many oint- reaches the trouble from within and
ments and suppositories, hut without does away with snlves, suppositories
: much relief. Finally a friend reconi- ointments and operations. Relief comes
j mended < "|,A(’ PILE PILLS. I used quickly—often within 24 hours. Reid if
f Uiem and was relieved. I have a friend this modern treatment today. Onlv
1 I Wh™' ?'?P. W,"R ,,n”rh w°rse than mine Oo cents nt all drug stores or CT» cents
* ,<A‘ her more than nny- hy mail postpaid In plain wrapper
tried.” — (Miss) R. from COLAC CHE\1 ICAL"CO., IncI
Edwards, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Rena Falls, N. Y

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