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i Wi BARRISO.V. Vlce-Pi*?. W. H. I.KtttS. Cuslilur l>. 1!. OAUI'KR, Teller. YOU CAN NEVER KNOW m Convenience of a Checking Account until you have tried one._ Whenever you feel disposed let test the matter we shall be glad to supply you with the necessary booksy blanks and information. Capital and Surplus - $ 175,000 "EeMerehants NationalBank - Clarksburg, W. Va. 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS 4 A; DOLLAR OR TWO EACH WEEK WILL DO :-?i ?^1 You will be surprised how a dollar will, grow In this back. To? not only earn the Interest without any effort on your part, bat at the same time you are cultivating a gcd habit?that of tfcrilt. The "money sayings habit" Is the habit that will pro tM> fore for you. when you most need assistance. Don't defer starting. Do It today. We |my four per cent, on Savings Accounts compounded semi JMUlly. Wo also do n general commercial banking and solicit attaaaU of- corporations, firms und individuals. Setm L. Babl, President. F. C. Gayiord, Vice President. *- J. Jfranciv, Vice President. Ji?s T. Drudy, Cashier. Mitt BANK FOR SAVINGS, 3rd St, Clarksburg, W. Va Stop That Cold TochMkwt/ __ JlBUi tors defeat for Pneumonia. To stop a cold with Pieventlcs Is inter than to let l$.run and be obliged to core It afterwards. To besom. Pre vent) cswUlcn*# even a deeply fated cold, bat fair en early?at the menrn stage?they break. or head an these early ooldi. That's sorely better. That's why they are called Proven tics. Preventlcsare little Candy Cold Cures. No Qnlns loo, no phiyslc, nothing sickening. Nice for the children?and thoroughly safe too. If yon feci chlllr. if you nasto. If :70a ache all over, think of Preventlcs. Promptness may also save half your usual sickness. And don't forest your child, if than Is feverlihnrs*. nlghtorday. Herein prob ably Us* Proven tics' greatest efflci?.ncy. Bold In 60 boxes (or the pocket, also In 25c boxes of 43 fwiilla. Insist on your druggists giving yoa Preventics "ALL DEALERS' A (.OOD ? - I IN1 rsuember? When you ?i y f-om us yon gel l ticket for ivery Twenty-Five Out I'urcliMH)-. "Oach ticket en titles you to a vote In the Piano Contest for your favorite otder. club or ech >ol. We sell every thing In* the- Gas and Plumbing lln* -*?i " FIREKA PLUMBIC O CO.. A. S. Gould, Owner. 43 8 Pike St.. Payn?5 BIdg Home 'phone 98. Bell 'phone CLARKSBURG JUNK DEALER Rosen shine Junk Co. I buy and sell all kinds of Old Junk, Second Hand Pulleys and ShHltlng, Second Hand Machinery and Old Rope. I Jnnk Yari}?First Street. Reddenco-168 Chestnut St -For tire Kidneys, Bladder and Rheumatism. RELIEVES days?'?wreatment for $ *00. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. SOLD BT H. F- BURKE. BACK-ACHE When The Trial Balance Is Taken A man may earn a great deal of money and still be financially poor. It is how much, he saves and not the great number of dollars he earns which counts\when the trial balance is taken. He who saves regularly something from h s income is always on the safe side of his ledger accdunt. You are cordially invited to open an account and deposit your lunds with the Union National Bank of Clarksburg. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts ' THE UNION NATIONAL BANK, K CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA. CAPITAL $300,000. RESOURCES OVER $2,000,000. OPENING AN ACCOUNT There is no unnecessary formality in opening an account with the Empire National Bank of Clarks burg. Just bring whatever amount you can spare, write your name on our signature card, and we will hand you a pass-book in which your name and the amount of your deposit are recorded. We cordially invite your account, rssuring'safety. promptness and courtesy. 4- Per Cent Interest paid Pocket Books Loaned on savings accounts : : Free to Depositors : : Empire National Bank Main and Fourth St. " Capital $250,000 V. U HIGHltAXl), President. PHIKY c. WILLIAMS, Vice Pres. Clarksburg, W. Va. Surplus and Profits, $50,000 S. S. FARIS, Vice President. K. 1$. DKISOX, Cashier. GHOST ON A BICYCLE. Turns Out to Be a Girl 'Asleep In Her Nightgown. The ghostlike apparition of a girl astride a bicycle flitting about the stroo:: nfter midnight will not startle n-. iin the east end of Fort Ikxlire. i:i.. any longer. For weeks pe destrians abroad late at night have been scared. - % On a recent r.ight a policeman, at tracted by :i crns-'.uand a scream, ran a round a ?-nrner :;r.! .--olved the mys f EDESTRI AJiS ABROAD AT NIGHT WF.KB SCABED. tcry. He found a young and iwotty girl clad in n thin nightdress, which had suffered severely when the jvJieel she was riding struck a brick. The girl was dazed, but told the policeman where she lived. He escorted her home and startled her father, a well known merchant, who thought his daughter was safe In bed. The girl said site had no recollection of her night rides. JA/ENT TO SLEEP IN COFFIN. Wanderer's Nap Caused Ghost Scare In Quaker City Cemetery. When Policeman Barnes of the Twentieth and Berks streets station, Philadelphia, beard weird sounds in Glen wood cemetery very eorJy In the morning he crept stealthily along the fence and entered the graveyard la full expectation of a real adventure. And he was not disappointed. The adventure ? so real that the doughty officer's hair stood on end, and be fingered his club In nervous fear of Its futility In dealing with tbe super natural. First, the pounds, deep and regrtar, like tbe Itrealh of troubled dreams, grew louder; then, as he u4>proacbed a grave well in the center of the ceme tery, he saw a faint, eerie light that flickered from a rough jilne coffin case beside the grave. The light trembled and Hashed and faded nnd then bright ened, though always vafjue and ghost ly and unearthly. To Policeman Barnes it aoetued quite tbe most natural thing In the world that he should rap softly throe times on the coffin case and that the lid of the l>ot-' should suddenly fly open and reveal a human form, dimly visible by the light of a small lantern. When the ilrst shock of (Bsoovery ?was over. It took the policeman only a moment to see that this was no dead one. but a live creature, sound asleep and with a pile of metal coffin plates for a pillow In the overturned rough bos. The officer woke the intruder sharply enough and took him to Magis trate Bau. The grave walker and would be grave robber gave Ills name as Wil liam Evert and bis address as Olen ?wood cemetery. He said he bad just dropped into the coffin case for a nap. He did not, boweVer, explain his predi lection for cemeteries nor tbe presence of the metal name plates, and the magistrate sent him to Holmesburg for three months. SHE SCALDED A WILDCAT. Woman Attackod by -Animal In Her Own Kitchen. Mrs. Robert Winters was-busy mak ing bread at her home near Grlebey, Pa., when her doss besan barking sav agely. She was about to investigate the cans*? of their excitement when a wildcat bounded into the kitchen door, followed by two dogs. The wildcat sprang at Mrs. Win ters. but she dodged it, and grabbing a kettle of hot water from the stovo dashed it over t!io animal when it sprang at her a second time. Screaming with rage and jxiin th'a wildcat turned on the dogs and fought them furiously, but. blinded as it was by the scalding water and suffering agony, it was no match for tliein and was soon killed. Red Handkerchief Ssves a Train. Hot coals from a freight train on th? f'aterson and Newark branch of th*# Erie railroad set tire to the trestlo that crosses a stream near Went Nui ley, N. J., damaging it so that trains were unable to cross It until repairs had liecn made. This was accomplish ed before the e?rly morning rush liours, although a milk train from New York state was be Id up for three hoars. M. M. Slaughter of Hawthorne avenue discovered the flames and stopped the train half a mile above the bridge by placing a red handkerchief over a lantern and swinging it across the tracks. Firemen were called out to extinguish the blaze. Anchor Pure White Lead is cheaper than any 44graded" or ?'second" white lead (polite for ?4adulterated"), no matter how low the price of the adulterated product. House Paintiag is economical only when material is used which will last. "Graded white leads, so-called, soon scale or wash off. L<x>k for the Dutch Boy Painter on the keg. He guar antees purity and long wear. For sale by first class dealers Send for our handsome book. Gives valuable information on the paint subject. NATIONAL LEAD ft OIL CO. OP PENNA* 2d National Rank Bldf.. Pittsburgh. Pa. Kodol for Indigestion and dys pepsia, a combination of natural di-' gestants and vegetable acids, digest* the food itself and glvess trength and health to the stomach Pleasant to take. Sold by all dealers. SWEET MELODY FLO'TR. Don't worry about your kidneys when you can obtain. 30 days' treat ment of Pineules for $l.g0. Theso little globules bring relief la the first dose. Backache,_ lumbago and rheu matism yield quickly. If not satis fled your money refunded. This is a fair offer you. cau't lose-. Sold by H. F. fcurke. SWEET MELODY FLOUR DeVvitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for "bolls, burns, culs-, scalds -and skin diseases. It is es pecially good for piles. Sold by all dealers. r SWEET MELODY FLOUR. To cure a cold first move the bowels. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup act" gently on the bowels, drives out the cold, clears the head. It's pleasant to take and mothehrs highly recommend it for colds, croup and whooping cough. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Equally good for young and old. Sold by H. F. Burke. SWEET, MELODY FLOUR. If yeal coffe disturbs your stom ach, your heart or kidneys, then try this clever coffee imitation?Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Dr. Shoop has closely matched old Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and taste, yet it has not a single grain of real coffee in it. Dr. Shoop's Health Cof fee Imitation is made from pure toasted grains or cereals, with mal:, nuts, etc Made in orK- minute. No tedious long wait. You will surely like it. Get a free sample at our store. Sold by all Sealers. SWEET MELODY FLOUR. New shoe shine par: >r open. Best thins In- town. All shines 5c, ex cept Saturday, Sundn" and holidays, 10c. Von get flrst-c! s shine here. 3.14 West Pike stree SWEET MELODY FLOUR. Your skin should iie clear and bright If your liver : :? normal con dition. Ring's Litt)'' l.lver Pills act on tlie liver; and h-ailache, constl ption and bilious: s disappear Price 25c. Sold by H. F- Burke. To check a cold quickly, getf roin i your druggist some ':t? le Candy Co'd! Tablets called Preventics. Druggists' everywhere are iiion dispensing Pre ventics, for they are not only safe, but decidedly certatin and prompc. Preventics contain no quinine, no laxative, nothing har^h nor sicken ing. Taken at the "sneeze stage" Preventics will prevent pneumonia, bronchitis, lagrippe, etc. Hence the name. Preventics. Good for fever ish children. 4S Preventics 25c. Trial boxes 5c. Sold by all dealers. It is a" well known fact that per sons living in the june forests do not sufTer from kidney diseases. One dose of Plneules at night usually re lieves*' headache. 30 days' treat ment $1.00. Your money refunded if not satisfied. Sold by H. P. Burke. Empire Building Directory Alexanoer s Aiexan.lPr. Insurance, Salt* 426. Fourth floor Dr. c. T. Attiiit'. Physician. Koom 652. Sixth floor D. D. Britt, Civil Engineer. Room 321, Third fl^or Clarksburg Fuel *Co.. Fifth floor Cook Coal & Coke Co., Room 428, Fourth floor Clarksburg T?/egram Co.. Printers an<* Publishers. First floor. Main street Elllo* & Winchel. General Contractors. Room 320, Second floot Empire Sign Co.. S. I. Butars and E. R. Johnson. Offlcfc entrance basement. Fairmont Coal Co.. Fifth floor Glenwood Addition, ReaT Estate, Room 319, Third flout Greenlawn Cemetery, Room 319, Third floor Dr. W. Gaston, Physician, Room 653, Sixth, floor. Dr. R. A. Haynes Dr. H. E. Slonr Physicians. Rooms 210-211, Second floor Dr. E. At Hill Dr. S. M. Masoi Physicians, ? "ooma 201-202, Second floor Holmboe & Lafferty, Architects, Rooms 762-3-4, Seventh E Dr. W. H. Holden, Dentist, Room 205, Second flo< ? Dr. T. M. Hood, Physician, Room 816, Third floo Hope Natural Gas Co., Rooms 757-8, Seventh flooi The Lynch-Elliott Real Estate Co., Real Estate, Coal, Oil and Gas, Rood 319, Third floor Metropolitan Lite Ii?uranco Co.. Life Insurance, Bulte 315, Third flour Marietta Lumber Company, Lumber Dealers, Jtoom 206, Second floor. National Cash Register Co., Mezsanlni Floor. Nefl & .ohm, Attorneys- it-Law, Room 207, Second floor O'Gara Coal Mining Co., Room 428, Fourth floor OlanduB West, Coal, Oil and Gas, Room 318, Third floor. Wm. H. Poling,, Lawyer, Room 42 7 Fourth floo' i Pittsburg & Fairmont Fuel Co., Fifth flooi , Pardee-Curtln Lumber Co., Rooms 764-5-6, Seventh floor Richards Construction Co., Contractors, 3oom? 645-645 %-646, Sixth floo* Dr. B. F. SAuttleTKth, Jr., PhysisUo, Rooms 312-313, Third floo Short Llni; Ooal Co., Room 42 8, Fourth floor. Sperry & Sperry, Attorneys-at-Law, Rooms 203-203 H-204, Second floor? Star Rig Reel & Supply Co.. OH and Gas Well Contractors' Supplies, Room 423, Fourth floor Richard Scott, General Contractor, Room 321, Third floor. W. Frank Stout, Attorney-at Law. Room 317, Third floor W. H. Taylor, Lawyer, Room 432, Fourth floor i B. F. Thompson, Attorney-at Law, Roomi 429, ^ Fourth floor Union Land Co., oom 431, Fourth floor Dr. J. E. Wilson. Physician, r.tHima 512-3. Third floor West Virginia. Casualty Co.. Insurance, Rooms 643-4-5, Sixth floor Welmet Handle & Mfg. Co.. Manufacturers of Handles of all kinds. Room 659, Sixth floor. Wilson & Carter, Oil Well Contractors, Room 6!T2. Sixth floor. * Don't neglect yours tomach. A1, the first Indication of trouble take something that will help It along In Its -work of digesting the food you eat. Kodol for Indigestion and Dys pepsia will do this. Sold by all deal ers. SWEET MELODY FLOUR. Boys and Girls ? *? % . | How would you like to have a Teddy Bear We haye ten beauties and will give them this week to the >? TEN LITRE FRIENDS OF THE TELEGRAM Sending the greatest number of Coupons \ dipped from THE TELEGRAM Gartsbuig'S Leading Newspaper^ I S NOT-EASY always to balance cost with quality. This Is especially so in drugs whos? quality rarelv be comes known ex cept by actual uss The safe thing for you Is to buy where there 1* kept none but tha purest / DRUGS. 'V. In soliciting youl trade we do so on the understanding that we guaranty* the quality ol everything w ? sell. In drugf quality Is far more Important than anything elae. GROVE'S DRUG STORE, j 305 Pike Street - , - , Cit> A GOOD IMPRESSION # <Of our Dyeing and Cleaning work Is gained from the first order of ! yours we have. Men's garments, ladies' waists, gloves, ribbons, etc., no fabric too delicate for our hand ling sarely. sanely and economically. Your orders, please. Citizens Pressing Co. 120 Fourth St. "'-V