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m: vx,i;i? proposals Sealed bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of te City of Clarksburg, until noon, Thursday, 1 July It, 1908, for the following: . Furnishing material And laying, complete, an eight Inch ?t wer. -start ing on Hayraond's ulleyt thence down Hill street to a' j>olnt' near the re* Idence of C. Moore, Wines Addi tion, a SMance of S?0 feet Furqfrftjng material and laying. . ; ' ? complete, an eight inch *ewer on "Ban Pike itreet, a distance of 700 feet. ? Furnishing material and laying, lng, complete, a six and eight Inch ?ewer on S6iith Third street, from -?op -of-MIl to-Mechanic street. a dis tance of 1130 feet Pains and specifications for the above can be seen at the office of the City Engineer. Empire Building. Council reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. ' WILL H. COLE, &WB4IK of City of Clarksburg. Modem In Every Detail Welch <Sb Kiggms' Saloon Elaborate Pool Room and Most Complete Bowling Allej in the City. First Class stock of Whiskeys, Wines, Beers, Soft Drinks Etc. ONLY SUPERIOR GOODS HANDLED WELCH &K1GG1NS, - - 306 West Pike, Street When Yod Go on Your Vacation ? ? ? Remember If you want to make a good impression abroad, have your teeth in good condition. This applies whether you are going to At lantic City or Europe. Clothes count for naught if your teeth are ugly?and there is no excuse for your teet being ugly. We are expert dentists and have the most modern equipment in the state for doing high class work. We make a specialy of crown and bridge work. Full Set of teeth 5.00 up TEET?oi at*. Gold Crowns - 5.00 up ^5 . .. ... , . ,, _ * * SPEClALTt^jgfea Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00 ~ ~ Fillings of all Kinds 50c up HILL BROTHERS Dentists Leggett Bu'ldJng, g. 8rd Street, Both Phone* Ijidy Attendant OUR ADVICE to the young: men for years has been "Have a Bank Account" The young man with a bank accotint is in a position to withstand a period of hard times. If misfortune befalls him and he is out of work, he is backed by his money in the bank. The bank will be glaa to assist you. Start an ac count at once. THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK CLARKSBURG, W. VA. We pay 4 per cent interest on Time Deposits ESTABLISHED i860 Dr. Shoop's Restorative ALL DEALERS. Bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of the City of Clarks burg, 236 Court street, until 12 o'clock noon, Friday, July 10, 1908, for fur nishing and laying, complete, a 12 Inch casf Iron water pipe from Main street to Traders alley on Chestnut street, and from Chestnut to Oak street on Traders Alley, a distance of 4,800 feet. Specification and contract for the above may be seen at the office of the City engineer, room 422, Empire building. VfJVL IT. COLlj, Clerk of City,of Clarksburg. Bids will be received nt the office of the clerk of the city of Clarksburg, until 12 o'clock, noon. Friday, July 10, 1908, for the following street pav ing: Second street, between Pike ' and Main streets. Chestnut street, from end of pres ent paving to Lee street. Monticello avenue, from end of present paving to Bridge street. Clay street, c distance of 2D0 feet East Pike street, from from Flor ence to Factory street, (one side) and from Maple avenue, east. Baltimore street, from end of pres pavlng to Sixth street. Traders alley, between Third and Fourth streets. Sperlllcatlons and contract for the above paving may be seen at the of fice of the City Engineer, room 422 Empire building. I WILL H. COLE. Clerk of City of Clarksburg. Bids will be received at the office of tho Clerk of the City of ClarksbHirg 226, Court street street, until 12 o'clock, noon, Friday. July 10, 1908, for furnishing and laying the follow ing brick sidewalks, complete: Linden A\'enue. Carr Avenue. North Fourth street, from K. of P. building to Clark street. Sycamore street, from Pike street to school building. Sewer and sidewalk on Chestnut street, from Milln to Mechanic. Dale Avenue. Chestnut street, from Cemetery to Kyle's store. Specifications, contract and amount of sidewalk to be laid, may be seen at the office of the City Engineer, room 422 Empire building. ' WILL H. COLE, Clerk of City of Clarksburg. Bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of the City of Ciarksbui'sc 226 Court street, until 12 o'clock, noon, Friday, July 10, 1908, for nil crushed stone, sand, brick and lum ber to be used In street repairs during the fiscal year. 1908. Said material to be delivered In quantity, time and place as needed and ordered by 8u prlntendent of Streets. City council reserves the right ta reject any and all 'bids on all of the foregoing contracts. WILL H. COLE, Clerk of City of Clarksburg. SWEET MELODY FLOUR Thrift the Keystone TL yi-p-f is the keystone of success in business, of con -*? ill 'L I tentment in the home, ana standing in society. In order to be thrifty, a person must be saving, for thrift and sa ving are inseparable companions. \\7V% v not lay the keystone of a successful foundation to W11Jr day fay opening an account with the Empire Nation al Bank of Clarksburg ? 4 Per Cent Interest Paid Pocket Banks Loaned Free on Savings Accounts to Depositors EMPIRE NATIONAL BANK Main and Fourth Sts. Clarksburg, W. Va. Capital $250,000; Surplus and Profits $05,000. Deposits Over $850,000.00 V. L. highland. President. B. 8. FAIU8, Vice President. K. B. DE3SON, CMhler. P2RRT C. "williams, Vice Pra*. * i. N. BBSS, Ant Caafaler. T r - ""I 1 Griiar anteed H A < Jl I To G|y S?tl?fac?ion of Yottr Mcn?y BaclL 4/ yL B r !* ?aio( two-tb rrft of * ?l-? of k odoJma koMBttrmj tt IhmI roK rtmcBSTiON and otspepsu. I > ?? , mliivss SOUR STOMACH. BKLCHINC, ktc. E. C. DoWXTX Ok COM PAKT, CHIC400. IU. . ^ ! ' SOLD 6t all drdqqists. ? * * * ? ??- ?T J . ? _ National Chairman FRANK H. HITCHCOCK Former First Assistant Postmaster General, Who Has Just Been Oliosen Chairman of the Republican National Executive* Commit t<* earn] Will Lend the Taft Party to Victory Tlilg Fall. STAGE STRUCK, GIRL LEA VES HOME Churches Are Represented at Baptist Meeting at Salem. Miss Belle Rebelle, a miss of six teen summers, who resides in Wheel ing, has left home and parents to he come an actress. Officer* are now looking for her. She lbft without say ing good bye. Just the hour of her departure is not known, but the sup position is that the hurriedly plan ned trip was taken early yesterday morning. She visited Wheeling park last week to see the attractions. There was lots of them. The mo.?t particular attraction to her being the vaudeville show and she attended the performance once every evnning. It is alleged she became acquainted with a handsome actor, and he intro duced her to an actress. They told this stage struck lassie of 'the great possibilities for her on the stage. She listened and was convinced that with her face and figure she would soon j become an Edna May or a Cissy Lof tus. It is said the young lady gave the actor and actress an exhibition of her abilities and they pronounced themselves delighted. TWENTY YEARS The Sentence Given to Negro Assailant in the City of Parkersburg. "Charles Brown, the sentence of the court is that you be conveyed to the penltentinry of the state of West Virginia, at Moundsville. as soon a.* may be, and be confined there for the period of twenty years, and in all things dealt with according to ' law." In the above word-* Judge C. M". Showalter, of the criminal court in Parkersburg. pronounced the fate of the negro ravisher of Myrtle Combs, the slxtcen-year-old white girl, of Moundsville. The s? ntence of the court was passed after the court had overruled a motion of the defense for a new trial, and also a motion In ar J rest of judgment . ^ 10 THE PUBLIC Wc Know the <Su*r:inlrr on Mi-o-im Stomach Tablets Is Gninino Ml-o-na Stomach Tablet*, the quick acting cure for indigestion. Is guar- \ anteed? To stop flatulence. To cure Stomach troubles. To Ifuild up the system. To make digestion strong. < To cure the worst case of stomach j trouble?or money back. What M'l-o-na Stomach Tablets di.l | for Mrs. Urewcr, of Wkhlteland. I ml., i they wil do for you. Head what she ] writes: "I was a chronic sufferer with stomach trouble for years and the best doctors could give me no; lasting relief. After using Mi-o-na 1 can now eat anything nnd feel ; cur*d." Harrison & Harri-oti sell Ml-o-na under an absolute guarantee to re fund the money unless it cures. Try a?J r.O-cent box. SWEET MELODY FLOUR. There are 256 railroad stations within a six mile radius of St. Paul's Cathedral, London. +++++++++J ********+?+++++?< Venn* has 32,0000 street r,rny ?f them make a better 1?' lag than workmen. m" The stat rallvvavs of phui "nnually from .150,000 to ^oo'ooo tons of coal of whioh .1, ,uu'000 Is Imported. Ut one-haif Nearly J100.000 I* snont i? \? , Citv i.v,,rv "Pont In Mexico Wp<--k on lottery ticket* ""'POO '? Pa^Tacrmprem'.^^ wimer lTlooToZ\o?L^lZ T Indication., are ihat'thesXures w m " 'out equalled this year Thl i-tTTJilLn::"Dtn do not tura ?>ur a?id ,hr the tOUrlHt *ea,on. They ? the crowd* by traveling h,. hotels. ms and ""'Ice at A new shoe store, selllne In th?. women 8 department exclusively American made shoes of oSe tirtai*" ,rcent,y In Not tingham. It reports n hifthlv ,atu factor}- trade so f,r .hn??' 5 satl" buslne,, Is very ,TU? ' thoUBh sen^ Oansul John E. Jones reports that a new (Union df>pot Is to be construct x rfnr thP ^ ' i? ?. 0,1 ,ho Grand Truk p. clflc railways. It will be bun, of pteel, stone and brink 1 three years ^ comptto. """ m,U,re The body of P?nCe ,iP Leon explorer lies |? the church of s*? Florida" cuLt"""' P"r"' U,co- a"" | tan oCf0yomhhe f0r ,h" '?>?? !woTk?ln !hif "r0nK or,r,lnl*fttlon at ' which rnany. nrrp* of swamp lands I * arp hoinK reclaimed for acri Icultunl purpose* ti,? ?.? I nBrl the industry Is very promising.' "Ct Jt tr,r K^n \h,e zrisl I J. ^"mptuous saloon-* arc two nursorj* roache* n , ?nnm , , ? ifj wnnslum, mu^ic 232? 32 buXVoT w,th?>?, > ^n'som^'iltter^ncl^re* ^rijf J prevent children from pu,,,^"?^ In ther mouth If thil ilt, fln?er should be Vne^ ^ until the propensity i, eradicated that the PerL"nn ,IVirna' remar>" T| sws re'r;''n- tV?: - he I. first m makln. ?MHHHmeCKWMM MIUWJHIIU DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAMB BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who read* the news* paper* ii sore to know of the wonderful n ,1 --v i. cure* made by Dr. " III Kilmer"! . Swamp Root, tl?e great kid ney, Kvar and blad der remedy. It is the great med ical triumph of the nineteenth century; discovered after ye?rs . of scftmtific research Vy DC Kilmer, tit* eminent kidney arid bladder specialist, and ia wonderfully successful 14 promptly curia glume back, uric acid, catarrh of the Mad^tr and Blight's Disease, which is th? wont form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec ommended for everythiug but if yon haw kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work and in private practice, and has Droved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper, who have not already tried It, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to findoutif you have kidney or bladder trou ble. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr. Kilmer ? & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. The regular fifty-cent and one- | dollar sixe bottles are Boo. oi snaqtSo*. sold by all good druggists. Don't make any mistake, fcut remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. [SUMMER RKORTS Atlantic City, N. J. nOTEIi MT. VKitNON. Atlantic .City, N. J. , Pacific nnd Ohio aves., name block with Marlborougli-Blenhelm and Dennis. New and modern throughout Elevator. Private and public baths, etc. Capacity 260. Special?IS up weekly; II.DO up dally. Oeo. L. Spence. STOCKTON liOTKIi, Oa|?c May, N. J. Ocean Front Itoonu New Equipment New Policies Ternm Moderate. D. A. SMITH - ?- - Proprietor Dr. A. T. Post, S33 W. MAIN ST. ciiARKsnuna, - - west va. Bell Phone 400, Home 50. Opposite Lowndes' Store. BALTIMORE & OHIO * Kicurslon to RICHWOOD ? 1 and return SUNDAY, JULY 12 Round Trip $1.00 from Clarksburg Special Train leaves at 6.30 A. M. Our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale BEGINS Friday Morning July 10 Watch for Circular and be sure and tell your friends DAVIS SHOE CO. Traders Bank Room Clarksburg, - W. Va. PLASTER LIME and CEMENT G.M. West, Sells Grain. Hay and Feed 406-8 N. Fifth PC Glen Klk. D. D. Brltt ClrU Engineer Rooa- Thlri floor Clarksburg Fuel Co. Fl'U Floor Room ^ * C0kB ??' ss Fourth floor Clarksburg Telegram Company r Printer and Publishers CTn>t goor Mala ?treat Empire Sign Company QnlUti^ iT^'. Empire Bulletin Swtem Ofllce eatrmce basement Fairmont Coal Company Fifth floor Glenwood Addition Real Estate Room 319 Third Boor Oreenlawn Cemetery Room 319 t?< Third floo? Dr. W. a at ton _ Physician Room 6S3 Sixth floor Dr. R. a. Haynea Physician ; yfc-fc Room. 210-211 Second floor Dr. E. A. Hill Cr. S. M. Masoh _ Physicians Roomg20i-202 SecondTToar Holmboe & Latferty Architects Rooms 762-8.4 Seventh floor Dr. W. H. Holden _ Dentist Room 20fi Second floor Dr. T. M. Hood _ Physician Room 316 Third floor Hope Natural Oas Co. Room8 ^ Seventh floor The Lynch-EIIIott Real Estate Co Hoom wUte' Coa1' 0,1 and Ga? Room 319 Thlrd floor Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. ~ n..i> ... Ifa lB*urance 8,llU> 315 Third floor Marietta Lumber Co. Lumber Dealers Room 206 Second floor 8. Newman I-adles' Tailor Rooms 541-2 P|fth Co<)r National Cash Register Co! MaVVnnla.- 41 .. Mezzanine floor Neff be Lohm r.?_ .. Attorneya-at-Law Boom 207 a., Rnnm ?'?ara Coal Ml lng Co. Room 428 Foni* Second floor Fourth floo* Wm. H. Poling Room 427 Wy" Fonrth ?nnr Pittsburg & Fairmont Fuel Co Fifth Boor Pardee-Cnrtln Lumber Co Rooms 754-5-6 Seventh Seventh floor Richards Construction Co Contractors Rooms 646-645$4-646 Sixth floor Dr. B. F. Shuttleworth, Jr " _ Physician Rooms 312-313 ThIrd floor Short Lino Coal Co Room 428 Fourth floor 8perry & Sperry _ Attorneys-at-Law Rooms 203-203H-2Q4 3econd floor Star Rig Reel & (Supply Co. Oil and Gas Well Contractors' Supplies Room 433 Fourth floor W. Frank Stout Rnnm A"orney-Bt-Law Room 317 Third floor W. H. Taylor " Room 432 Law)'er ??? ,,,UnIon ^nd Co. Room <31 Fourth floor Fourth floor West Virginia Fire Underwriter. * Association 6<8 Sixth floor Dr. J. E. Wilson ? Physician 312"3 Third floor West Virginia Casualty Co. Insurance Room. 643-4-5 Sllth flo?)r Olandus West ,,?CoaI' 011 '"d Oas Room 318 , Third floop Wilson & Carter " Room 6S?j' Wel1 ,, .... PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER MISS 8- JESSIE LYON, Oflloe. Room No. 13. Hoffman Court Street. The FARMERS BANK Clarksburg, W. Va. ^n$i 00.000.00 Equally as strong and conservative as any Bank in the citf. Designated Depository of W. Va. Wewldb ? 4urc ot yow hahm