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IS WHAT YOU WILL
FIND LISTED WITH US.
Two vacant lots, 30x120 feet each,
on Maryland avenue, sear Mr. Jacobs'
residence. These lots are level and
would make a line home site.
PRICE FOR BOTH $900.00
On terms. \ i
FARM OF 23 1 -2 ACRES
Seven room house finished through
out in oak. cabinet mantels, good cel
lar and cellar honse. barn and other
outbuildings, fine onng orchard. Will
exchange for good renting property.
Nice level lot 40x120 leet on
NV?- houses being built in this loca
You can't heat it.
REAL ESTATE BROKER AND
GENERAL USStTRAXCE AGENT
Rooms SOO-SOS Goff Building.
FK?JHH~B? M B A KB.
KPUI^ TO TMK TKLKOIVAM)
BASIL. Switzerland, by way of
Paris, May 5.?The fortifications of
Altkirch in upper Alsace were heavily
bombarded by French artillery May 1.
On Sunday the French cannon con
tinued firing- to the direction of Cer
nay. The result of this activity has
not yet been made known.
Painful Coughs and Bron
chitis Promptly Relieved.
with 2 ounces Schlffroann's Concen
trated Expectorant. Besides, guaran
teed to give perfect satisfaction or
your money returned by Wells-Hay
maker Co Advertisement.
For each of the escaped convicts.
Thad Carr and Alph Carr. escaped
from the road gang about S o'clock
Monday morning. These are well
kl$9*rn youns men and were in for
bootlegging. This offer is good until
ROSS F. STOUT. Sheriff.
SiSch & Fullerton, druggists,
deliver to all parts of the city.
;We sell notliing but the
choicest productions of
Meats, and can assure the
^public of getting the best
here at lowest prices.
Come in?you'll be
Pioneers of Popular Prices
114 S. FOURTH ST.
Bell Phone 648.
H. E. RUMBARGER'S
Hair Dressing and
Used By Many Act
resses, Actors aa d
Slide Exclusively for People
WHO DEMAND QUALITY
Shampoo often In hot sum
mer months. "Artist" Is
the Ideal Hair Dress in* after
Now atont at Farreli
Drue Store .abore Odeon
Theatre. Clarksburg. W. Va.
Lang Trouble Yielded
to TMs Medicine
If you are niSertaK with serious
lune trouble. It will pay to fully In
vestigate Eckmtc'i Alterative, a
remedy which hu caused many re
coveries. One follows:?
IMS I M mm attaefc ?f 6rt?m fol
lowed kj Fafuoala. ??* tarter ?T
L?? TmMc. la the wtater of
1904 I bad a roach, alckt aweata.
fever aad ralaed <uatHlM of awfal
looktec atsS, and later I had ?*?r
kenorrkacra. at oae tine three la
three aaeceaalve daya- Three phyal
eiaaa treated ate. I waa ordered to
?ua'a Alterative waa reeommeaded
hy a frleod. After taklaK a ?aall
qnaatlty f had the Irat quiet alarhfa
iilerp for weeka. My laapraaveaacat
waaa marked froaaa the flnrt. I sained
?treactk aad weijcht aad appetite.
I never had aaather heaaaorrhajce and
eongh sn4aally leaaned aarll
entirely :??. I aaa perfectly well-"*
(Affidavit* ANME F. LOtGKHA*.
Erkman's Alterative is most effica
cious In bronchial catarrh and se
vere throat and lunir affections and
up-hu!ldirifr the system. Contains
no harmful or hablt-formlnc druta.
Accept no substitute. Small sire. (1:
retular size. 12. Sold by leadinK
drutcclsts. Write for booklet of re
Bckaan laboratory. Philadelphia.
Is Killed by the Senate and;
There Will Be No Mixed
Watchers at Elections.
tar Aaaociatco ntHK)
HARRISES"KG. May 5.?The Sen
ate has killed the bill provid-n? for
male and female watchers at elections
when ballots are being cast on con
stitutional-amendments giving; women
the right &o suffrage. Among the bills
passed was that amending the mine
safety law by providing additional
safeguards in hoisting cars. The
Senate also passed a bill providing
that the bodies of deceased soldiers,
sailors and militia men shall not be
delivered to anatomical societ'es. The
House defeated the bill giving to
Pittsburg. Scranton and Philadelphia
branches of the highway department
for purposes of automobile registering
and the bill requiring all locomot:ves
to be equipped with high power head
NO WAR MATERIALS
Supply by United States to
British Government at Any!
Time During This War.
LO.VDOX, May 5?"The United^
States government has not at any
timo in the present war supplied any
war materials to the British govern
ment," said Sir Edwin Gray, the for
eign secretary, in the House of Com
mons Tuesday in reply to a question j
The foreign secretary addeS that it i
was entirely consistent for individual
manufacturers of neutral states to
supply materials to belligerents and i
"They are no doubt beings supplied'
in this way now."
Dies in a Local Hospital, after!
an illness of Diabetes; Bur
ial at Littleton.
Mrs. Anna M. Lively, aged 44
years, wife of James R. Lively,
.of Smithfield. died at 2:30!
: o'clock Tuesday morning in a local
j hospital after an illness of diabetes.
The body was prepared for burial and
will be taken to Littleton Wednesday
morning where the funeral services
and burial will take place at 2
o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
The decased woman is survived by
her husband, her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. David Abregg, and a son and a
daughter. The son is Albert Lively,
and the daughter is Miss Margaret
I Lively, both living at Smithfield.
Of a Joint Character in Japan
ese-Chinese Mixup Not Tak
en by Two Nations.
(BT MSOCIATfO PREW
LONDON. May 5.?The United
States and Great Britain have entered
into no formal negotiations on the
subject of Japan's demand on China.
Announcement to this effect was
made Tuesday in the House of Com-!
li mons by British Foreign Minister
7 Sir Edward Gray. The foreign min
ister added that the only communica
tion of the sort between the Ameri
can and British governments bad
been a brief and informal conversa
tion between Ambassador Page and a |
! representative of Great Britain.
arv asmcmtso miaw
MOBILE. Ala.. May 5. ? Jesse1
Hatch, a negro abused of attacking a
?white woman, was lynched near Ful
ton late Tuesday.
I INTERNED NOW.
(?V ASSOC I AT CO PttCIf)
I NEWPORT NEWS, Va., May 5.?
II The German auxiliary, Kronprinz
! Wilhelm ,was towed to Norfolk navy
!?yard Tuesday and interned there to
; await the close of the war.
I Surrenders to Anti-Kamnia Tablets
I. la the trmtnKDt of Rheumatic Fever
I many pbymclus employ purgatives, but
I' Dr. M. P. Creed think* that a mild laxative Is
I better. When the paUent la billons he elves
calomel la small doses. one-fifth of a grain
every boor until a grain has been taken.
Then after four hours ha elves the patient
a halt ounce of citrate of magnesia, with
syrup of lemon to disguise the taste, or ha
keeps the bowels open with the mild laxa
tive "Aetolds." The diet should be light,
and all animal food should be excluded aa
far as possible from the dietary. For the
pain and fever be has found nothing equal
to Antl-gamnla Tablets, giving two tablets
every 3 to S hours as required. These
: tablets may be obtained from all drngcists
' la any Quantity desired. Ask for A-K
, Tablets.- .Unexcelled tor Headaches. JSeu
lalxtaa, sod All IVn-Mf .?,.??
REPRESENT 3 NATIONS IN PEACE CONFERENCE AT THE HAGUE
Left to right: Jane Addams, Mae. Rosika Schwimmer and Mrs. Pethick Lawrence.
Prominent among the delegates at the women's peace meeting; at The Hague are Miss Jane Addams of
Chicago, Mine. Rosika Schwimmer of Austria-Hungary and Mrs. Pethick Lawrence of England. Prominent
women from all the warring nations are attending the conference, which is presided over by Miss Addama
Of Elk District Farmers to Be
Held with New County
W. D. Zinn, Harrison county agri- j
cultural agent, announces that con
ferences of farmers -will be held next j
Monday and Tuesday at four places in
Monday afternoon, beginning at 1
o'clock, a conference will be held at
Romine's Mills and the same night
one will be held at Johnstown. Tues
day afternoon, starting at 1 o'clock, a
conference will be held at Lost Creek j
and Tuesday night one will be held at i
The chief objects of these meetings !
will be to effect organizations in Elk
district and to discuss demonstration
work. Mr. Zinn will be pleased to
have a large attendance of farmers at
these meetings. They ?-e invited to
bring questions with them.
WAR COST !
To Great Britain Reaches into
Billions of Dollars, Accord- ;
ingio Lloyd George.
<BY ASSOC1A7KO P1ISI1
UOCvDOX, May 5.?In presenting the j
budget in House of Commons Tues-:
day. the chancellor of the exchequer, j
David Lloyd George, estimated thar if j
the war lasted during the whole of
the fiscal year Great Britain's expen
diture in that time would be 55/&S2.
170.000. Mr. Lloyd George said that
if the war lasts six months instead of
a year Great Britain's estimated ex
penditure would be $3,952.290,0CN>.
j COPPER SMUGGLERS
Are Sentenced to Serve Three
Years in the House of Cor
rection at Copenhagen.
?? AttocuTts pfinn
LONDON. May 5.?A correspondent'
at Copenhagen telegraphs that an at- j
tempt to smuggle a shipload of copper i
into Germany from Denmark has been s
discovered by the police. The dispatch,
says the attempt was made by two'
Danish shippers, brothers, named:
Christenscn. who were sentenced to!
three years each in the House of j
Correction and the cancellation of;
their shippers" certification.
Are the National Banks of Wet
zel and Tyler Counties to
the Cleveland District
?WASHINGTON-. May .".?The fed
eral reserve board has announced;
that it had decided to grant the peti
tion of banks in southern Oklahoma
to be put in the Kansas City federal
reserve district, that of banks of
northern New Jersey to be put iD thej
New York district and those of Tyler
and Wetzel counties in Vv est Virginia
to be put in the Cleveland district. I
Is to Be Sent by Japan to the
Chinese Government with
t?y absociatco mil)
TOKIO, May 5.?The Yomiuri in an
extra edition decla-os that the elder'
statesmen after listening to lengthy
explanations from Premier Okumi and ;
i foreign rr inister Kato have approve!
! a project to send an ultimatum to:
| The information reaching Japan.
; this paper says, leads to the convio
: tion that the nature of the last Chu>
i ese answer obligates Japan io resort
I to this logical diplomatic step. Accord- :
| ing to the Hochi Shimcum martial law \
1 will be proclaimed in South Man-:
, churia simultaneously with the ;s-1
1 euance of the ultimatum. . - J
ilUNT CLARE |
XT. CLARIS, May 6.?C. E. Davisson
and family arrived home last week in
their large motor var. after spending
th.e winter at Daytonia Beacfl. Fla.
They made -tlie entire round trip
without any mishap and all speak
highly of the Florida climate.
Fx-Justice A. H. Booth arrived
borne Friday from Indianapolis in a
new car of Cole pattern which ? as
purchased of an a?ent here. Kr, ;s
now engaged in building z. garag-i 10
house the machine.
While Keston Workman and Byron
Brand were taking a dri.e in the ttev.
M Workman's rig a recent evening,
the horse took fright at something
and in a frantic effort to run away
kicked itself loose from the buggy
after doing . considerable damage to
both harness and buggy. Neither
the boys nor horse was injured ex
cept a slight cut on one of Brand's
Granville Knight, an aged citizen
of North Byron, who had for some
time been convalescent from a severe
Illness of dropsy is reported to be
again confined to his room.
Pastor Workman in his Sunday
evening sermon in the Methodist Epis-j
ccpal church here, is reported to have!
given some evil doers of the town1
a very clever "touch up." The ven-1
dors of cigarets to minors were es-j
pecially condemned and all good ctt-;
izeas were admonished to assist in
the enforcement of the law.
Mrs. Dorsey Greynolds was taken
suddenly ill last Friday evening while
shopping at one of the stores here
A local physician was called, and did
what he could to relieve her and de
cided to send her to a hospital at
Clarksburg where she is reported to
be slowly recovering.
Mrs. James A. Mills has been very
ill for the last week but she is now
Guy Matheny. -who had heen for
some time with the Phillips Sheet and
Tin Plate Company at Steubenville
O., has returned home to accept a
position in the Empire bank at
Miss Estella Davis is suffering from
a fractured bone in her shoulder
caused by falling down the stairway
at her home one day recently. She
was severely injured 'by falling from
a cherry tree a few years ago.
Notwithstanding the alleged bad
environments for the young folk
around Mt. Clare some of the boys
are making a good record for the
After the California Expositions
?take a Little Sea Trip
Here's the idea! Go out to California
by way of Denver. Colorado Sprlnjrs,
Pikes Peak, the Wonderful Royal Gorge
and Salt Lake City?all this by daylight
and. without extra charge, provided you
travel on the Burlington Route <C. B.
& Q. R. R.). which has through service
from Chicago and St. Louis.
After that, "do" California and the
expositions and then take one of those
Magnificent new Great Northern Pacific
Steamships?the llnest on the Pacific?
from San Francisco up to Portland. Ore
Ron. Then, homeward bound, stop at
cither Glacier National Park or Yellow
stone Park?the wonders of the world.
Now will you allow me to help you
plan for such a trip? That's what I'm
here for. ..
Tou are planning to spend a sum that
entitles you to see the best scenery in
the West. Give me an idea of when you
want to co. how lone you can stay, etc..
and I will plan a trip especially fitted
to your time and needs?also send yon I
without chance, such pictures, maps I
and printed descriptive matter as will
aid you to determine the best thing to
do. Write, call or telephone. Let ma
W. B. Byrne. Trav. Passr. Agt_ C. B. & Q.
B- R- Co., 506 Smithfield St., Pittsburg, Fa.
| town. Four Mt. Clare young men are
now holding positions in the different
j banks in Clarksburg, one of them is
teller in the oldest bank of the city
and several others of their town are
holding clerkships in local stores,
while a number are pupils in the new
j high school at Clarksburg.
The coal trade is very dull; but
| few of the mines are runing more
i than half time. The new tipple and
| covered incline at Marshall are near
ing completion, and that mine is ex
i pected to be running on full time
j The Toadies Aid Society of the Meth
odist Episcopal church will hold a
sale of parcel post packages next
Saturday from the platform of C. E
Curry's store. The goods will be dis
played in the store window. The sale
will begin at 1 o'clock and continue
until all the parcels are sold. Those
who fail to attend this sale and buy
liberally will miss some rare bargains
GRAFTON, May 5.?A carload of
merchandise being transported over
the lines of the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad for a foreign railway system
valued at $S0,000. was burned up at
Tunnelton by a fire which resulted
from unknown causes. The car had
been backed off there on a siding,
' owing to a defective brake shoe.
More fires occur in London, on
Sunda than an other day of the week,
and August and December are the
firemen's busiest months.
Is Japan in its recent demands pre
paring to twist the diplomatic pig-tail
of China and make its Mongolian
neighbor again call for help, or is it
sincerely desirous of protecting the
less aggressive and more poorly pro
A special correspondent ^ill give
the latest views on the China-Japan
ese situation in a page feature article
The Sunday Telegram
next Sunday. Of course, you will
want to read it. Make sure. Order
today. ; x x
Just Why Stein-Bloch
Clothes Are the
Best* for You
The fact that hun
dreds of this country's
greatest clothiers and
In particular, the
world's best clothing
store, feature Stein
Bloch Clothes is con
clusive evidence of
their worth and super
iority. They've stood
the test of the most
critical trade for 60
years and today more
Stein Bloch Clothes are
sold than any other one
That these hundreds
of progressing mer
chants sell Stein Bloch
Clothes to men of the
most exacting demands
should be proof enough>
to you that in style, in
superb tailoring excel
lence and all wool
worthiness of materials
master designing, ex
pert tailoring and even
in price Stein Bloch
If you've never worn
one of these suits now
is a good time to get
acquainted with them.
Visit us for a look at
the late models?-Good
$20, $22.50, ?S?, *30
Donohue & Johnsoi
224-6-8 Main Street ,
LiOXOON", May 5.?A memorial
; service for the Canadians who have
' fallen in the war will be held at St.
; Paul's cathedral May 10.
voTiuti or ixnsnx's BiLB
In the District Court of the United
States for the Northern District of West
In Re. Clarence H. Kldd. Bankrupt,
in Bankruptcy. No. 1097.
Pursuant to an order entered herein
. on the 7th day of April. 1915, at Clarks
burg. County of Harrison and State of
i West Virginia, by W. Frank Stout, one
I of the Referees In Bankruptcy In said
. Court, before whom these proceedings
are now pending, the undersigned Trus
tee will sell on the loth day of May.
1915. at 2 o'clock P. M.. at the front
door of the Court House of said County,
free and acquit of all liens, excepting
and subject to the leasts held by one
Bert Statnm and of record In the office
of the Clerk of the County Court In
Deed Book No. 194 page 249 and Deed
Book No. 234 page 429: at public outcry
I to the highest bMder upon the terms
hereinafter named, the following prop
erty belonging to the Bankrupt herein,
known, designated and described as
lots No. 7. S. 9 and 10 In Section 27 of
the "Pine Grove Land Manufacturing Sc.
Improveemnt Company's Addition to the
town of North View. West Virginia"
situate at the corner of Golf Avenue and
Second Street, and buildings thereon.
TERMS OF SALE: One third <I-3>
cash In hand on day of sale and the
reside In two equal payments, with In
I . '
[ ttreat thereon from the date of sal*
jMi>able to the undersljmed Trustee. IY?
?is (6) and twelve (12) months f*om
date, with option, however, to the pur
chaser to pay all cash or as much over
the one-third (l-S) as purchaser may
ALSO THE FOLLOWING property
upon the conditions hereinafter named,
one lot In Spauldlns Heights. Prince
Georire County. Maryland. known and
d"s-icnated as lot X?. 34 In Bloclc Z and
of record in the office of the Clerk of
tt:e Couatv Court of Prince Georffe
County In Uoer No. 55 at foHo 57 etc.
TiRMS OF SALE. Cash la hand on
day of s? e. ;
Trustee for Clarence H. Kidd. Bankrupt,
In r.m l;ri.j tcy.
Any person or persons having
possession of. or any claim to miss
ing bank book No. 1257 are request
ed to present same to The. Lowndes
Savings Bank and Trust Company,
or submit to having said book call
celled and a new book issued In lieu
THE LOWNDES SAVINGS BANK
AN DTRUST COMPANY.
By Geo. L. Duncan, Treasurer.
Two German scientists have found
that the human brain is radioactive
and emits a faint glow under certain
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