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Cooking to one \of the subjects thei
taught Alaskan. natives in the gov- ure
^eminent schools administered' hy the Ave
United States Bureau of education, wei
Among the dishes to which the pu- put
pile are Introduced Is doughnuts, the
/which they are taught to fry with nail
seal oil as a' substitute for lard. The
dus
V A bill pending, In the New Jersey higl
legislature* provides tuition for ths and
higher education of the blind.
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"Tlhere la a feeling of unrest tatli
throughout the countryy as regards incl
<he teaching of algebra," the Unlte'd durl
States Bureau of Education notes In rooi
a recent bulletin, "and eagernesa la of <1
shown to make the subject mora
significant than it has yet bcen> In A
Secondary instruction." seas
t W ' ? '? ? aire
* > The high school at Manatee, Fla., syst
reeded an Industrial building, and corn
as no funds .were available for the
purpoae,,xthe school children built It Ei
4pv "IS YOUR BA
:> See the anxious mother bending
. waHRPSj solicitude! Her heart aches for
mmftm Dr. fahrnevs
Which babies like because It cut
JFJpffg y?ir cures Colic in ten minutes. Ke<
3t<L* J fci*ts. Trial bottle free if you mt
" Made only by DRS. D.
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fWel
* I Since this
^ses 01 people, who :
I crowds continually
I men! Making you:
I I magic of this terrif
I if:
I MEN'S $8.50 SUI
I $3.44
I MEN'S $15.00 SU]
I $7.9?
MEN'S $12.50 SUI
I $6.95
I WOMEN'S $10.00 S"
I: _ $4*45
^ | . WOMEN'S $2.50 SK
' | $1.3:
WOMEN'S $12.50 SILK ]
I $4.8?
Hundreds of articles th;
portance to you to find the i
HAM3
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sfsssssssssssssssssssfssssssjpssstfl)
mselves. It is a one story struct,
built of concrete blocks, twentyled
by fifty feet. The blocks
o madd by the grammar-school
Us; tht 'iigh-school boys put- up
walls and roof, and the girls
led on the laths for the plastering.
school is called the Kendall Intrial
Institute, in honor of the
i-school principal, twho designed
supervised the work. '
study of the hygiene and sinljrv
of the^Hamhurg public schools ,
uae# mn- testing or air before. ;
Ing and after cleaning the classits.
as well as the determination ,
UBt and germs at various levels.
* * * 1
Ithough still fighting fo-r the pos- (
Ion of Tripoli the Italians have j
ady laid the foundation for 'a (
em of public Instruction in that
wry;
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3
rery year since 1905 the classes {
iBY RESTLESS?" i
over the sleepless babel What tender I
him. Wise mothers use
TEETHING SYRUP
res them. Prevents Giolera Infantum, *
p a bottle at hand. 25 cents at drug*
:ntion this paper.
FAHRNEY & SON, Hagzrstowk, Ma, (
m
lave
\
mightiest of alLb;
must spend their 1
growing greater
r 25 cent pieces do
ic slaughter of Hi
w * w
People
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it we are unable to quote h
ight place. Remember H
BURG
N orld's Gi
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In which Latin is taught have gaine
in relative numbers in the lnstlu
tiona of higher education in Franci
.
. Kentucky has a law passed in th
last legislature, permitting the us
of scbbolhouaes as places of worshl
during vacation.
. ? ? '
Fully seventy-five percent of th
rural school-teachers in South Care
tina last year were teaching for th
first time in the positions thai the,
then held, according to informatioi
received by the United 'States Bureai
of Education. ,
* *
Cultural ties are to re-enftrce th
political alliance between France am
Russia, it is hoped, by the establish
ruent of the French Institute of Ht
Petersburg, recently opened at th'
HuBBlan capital under the auspice
it the university faculties of Nor then
[Trance. The atan of the institute I
:o bring about an Interchange of thi
cndwlodge of each country's lan
ruage, HteTature, history and art.
?
' That certain hospitals which trait
'oung, women to he nurses frequent!]
lubject the pupil to forms of comttcrclal
exploitation, is a statement
nnde in a recent bulletin issued foi
ree distribution by the United Statec
lurcau of Education.
T. J. Kelloy, of 'Parkcrsburg, lr
tere on a business mission.
AV-. D. 'Woore, of Parkcrsburg, Is in
he city on a brief business visit.
thel
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irgajp events strm
lard earned dollars
ivery hour since th
the work of half
iMRiinmri*'* <Mr
It IS 1
?on? Our
ASH'S $3.00 PONGEE DR]
$2.45
MEN'S 10cSOX, NO
3c
75c CORSETS, NOT
39c
MEN'S 50c UNDERWEA]
18c
HEN'S $2.00 STRAW HA'.
98c
HEN'S $5.00 SLIPONS,
$1.89
ere you will find so low tka
amlburger's, 335 tike strei
XRS
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reatest Sla
OK FOR G1
p - ;
Conference of the Buokhan- ?
e non Section of the Methodists
atBefington. .M
e
I Tbe Buckhannon District Confer,
i ence of the Methodist Episcopal
II church will observe tbe following K
. program at 'Bellngton week after *
Tuesday Night, June 20. .. ?
8:00?.Devotional, 1R. O. Phillips.
a'
8:,16?Sermon, C. C. Lanham. 'r
Sacrament of iLord'a Slipper. Jl
Wednesday Morning, June 20. tc
8:30?Bible Reading, ?. D.
Clark.
9:00?Disciplinary business.
11.1:00?Sermon,'ABbury Mlclt.
Wednesday Afternoon, June 20.
2:00?Devotional service, Joseph ,
i Vanslckle.. . , _ .
r 2:30?Disciplinary business.
3:30?-'Echoes from General Con
: ference with Discussion from Long
Distance, O. D. King.
> Wednesday Nlfjit, June 20. sli
8:00?Devotional, J. W. Holll- m
day. =
, 8:30?'Address . on Conference
Ctalmants, Judge C. W. Lynch. p.^
Address on Layman's"As80clation^ ca
C. W. Plesher. Pi
'own!
:k town, no other stoi
; to best advantage,
is sensation of all'sen
dollars; making your
),000 stock of-Men's, }
Rank Fo
ict Location I
3SSES, NOW MEN'l
W MEN'S $2.0<
y - 50c
I
? MEN'S AND
R, NOW
. \
rs, NOW JJ]
t
NOW $3.50 WC
I
t you couldn't help but buy. Co
DEPAI
55 West Pike Streets
ugher Sale 1
lEEtf SIGN I
~ Thursday Morning, June 27.
8:30^.Blble reading, H. ; D.
lark. i
9:00?Disciplinary business.
11:00?West YVlrglnia WesltSyau ,
ollege, Carl G.^poney.
Thursday Afternoon, June 97.;
8:15?Paper M'-Wf P> M. 8., .
trs. H. D. C'ark.
2:40?Paper on W. H. M. 8., 1
rs. Oarl G. Doney. 4
flft?>TVIooln^lnn#w"
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Thursday Xlgrt, Jane 27. <
4:00?Devotional," P. -H.- J.
lng.
-8:30?(Address on Ratification of <
rohlbltlon Amendment, T. M. 1
are'. i ? . , <
<Pastors will please send names of t
1 delegates who ;wlll/4>e present i
om the charges, not* later than '<
ipe 20, to R. O. Phillips, Beting- I
m, W. Va.' -v ? i
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> Watching Developments in ,
the 'Miners' Strike on
Paint Creek.
CHARLESTON, .. June .14.-JThe
tuation on Ja'int Creek where the
Iners are on strike, is- being closely
PILES CURED W ? TO 14*DAY8 '
Your druggist wJU'refund money It
tZO OINTMENT falls to cure any
se of 1 ceding, Blind, Bleeding or
otnidlng Piles In 6to 14 days. 50c. 1
Wo:
e h'a^ a -f
Words sometimes
sations was born,
half dollars do the
Vomen's and 0|ildi
Uy to N
OLLOW TH
3 $18.00 STJITS, NOW
<fc q ne
zp .. ; jfcfc; )
AND $2.50 PANTS, NOW
$1.29
i KIMONOS, NOVjT
9c
WOMEN "S 10c HANDK]
CHIEFS, NOW
2c
00 WAISTS, NOW
45c
OMEN'S WAISTS, NOW
tf* <t nf
3>1 .VD
me with the biggest expecta
ITMEi
^ow On in
AND NDMi
matched. < -At-the Instance or<Jo*ernor
Glasscock several offlcere of the
state militia have been, detailed to
make frequent visit* to all points
along thh creek, extending over the
entire length?eome fifteen or eighteen
khilee. Mother Jonee has heat
conferring with the mine: leaders here
but . the conclusions arrived at at
thfeso conferences have not been
;lven out: Ifia bellevedthe" miners
allj take a definite stand When an
short la '(made to eject them from
tueir nouses on June au. ine second
notice of thirty day* eacrh Wtlf have
ixpired -on that date. "Of course
LhoBC that have returned to mrkand
>tbers who are expected to return to.
vortc in the meantime will not be
lit, Curbed. The various companies
lesire to operate their mines, and
hey cbntend a large number lo men
a'ant to work hut are prevented from
loing so by aome of the leaders.
C. U Barlow, of Buckhannon, is
.rnnaactlng business here.
" ' "
Sewer Pipe
ILL KINDS AND SIZES
G. M. West's
1 DKAJiKR IS
Say, Grain, Feed, Lime
Plaster and Cement
ilen F1V Xo. a Wi4h HWhw
v%mm VJ
?.? ?
Sr iBe patttoage &.
lie* but where the
The proof is beyon
work of one dolla]
^en's Clothing and 1
liss It!
JE CROWDS
MILL.
.at 50c on
! MEN'S 50c
I
_ . WOMEN'S 15
*
I
BOYS' 50c I
SB- ^
BOYS' $3.50
- $1
$1.50 PARi
9
ENTIRE STOCK OF \
SHOES. THE PRICE
THE WHOLESALE C
tion, you won't be disappoin
NTS!
Full Blast
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[NERY I
the dolr I
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SUITS, NOW|: 3
.SOLS, NOW I I
WOMEN'S AKD' MEN'S '
a A tin T. ? ?
q aaii u\j vr &n than ft
ted. It is of rital im- I I
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