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raoE TWELVE I =s I The Value of pood banking service is attested every business day in the year. The West Yirgina Bank constantly strives In inrrvase its usefulness to its customers and invites new accounts II subject to check. I WEST VIRGINIA BANK cIjArksiiurc;, w. va. orgo L. Duncan, I'rcs. 11. A. Furlnni), Cashier. L. I). (jriiUn, Assistant Cashier. J if If Jj PAY DAY OPPORTUNITIES g i Do you realize what opportunities ^ 3 come to you every day I s V Do not wait until you are older hefor saving a portion of rarli dollar you ^ * earn. Now is just the time to hu-tiiy n J* against the time when your earning ] ^ capacity is limited. ^ h Your account is invited. r ij 4 % Pa'd On Saving Accounts I [fjl Surplus (Earned) $250,000. t J fell Capital $250,000. If EMPIRE |i|f I NATIONAL BANK Jfikiajj jial, clarksburg,w.va.' , 25% OFF Entire stock of Women's, Missse,Children's and Rovs' Cow a If Shoes & Bare- (C | foot Sandals, m, Take y ? u r choice of o u r ' entire stock, none reserved, all must go in this sale. ; All sizes and widths to fit you. I. L Highland Bros. & Gore I ^rCl EXCLUSIVE SHOES I Now on Sale 1 I "When A Man's A Man" By Harold Bell Wright. Price. ^ 1 .o'> net.. Al line, hi- wholesome nine] of simple sweetness and virile strength. (See Window Display.) I The James & Law Company 217 Main Street. THE DAI a <;iu;.vr wMj has ii iik;ii post now A HO IT THE HHll colonial Hot 39x120 feet, on Hot ern exposure, In a good 109. Will sell on terms per month, with Interest, who wanted lo build a hi on long time payment on ON* THI'I OORNKIt f>l'' I IILVIillANN Hot .98 feet front hy I I1 rice $1,500. Will give this lot. Thorp Is more demand than at any time since tt; left at J 1,000, on pa veil st and the prices on the ot J5,aOO, actonling to local slrlcted both In kind of ties. There will soon tie co I'ARK two very Inch cl roof, with cellars, center rooms and hath, finisher, pit veil street, nnd plenty Kor prices anil terms! see Two vacant lols on CAI e corner lot. We have a lot on the c nnd KI.M HTItKBT. Thif tlcnce sccllons tn the f; 11 y. We httve 00 feel of fror next to lltjff I'Uza. that right price antl terms. The Wiliison $ 405-6-7 GO J/-X SKETCHES Of Of N r*l?f rtun Dareant 121-135 1 ? NEW YORK. A11 jet. 11 Iioothl Tarkington. tin* novelist, from over Indiana way, was in Now York this wonk mingling with friends. At the Players he was surrounded every evening by a congenial crowd of cronies who urged him to tell some of his famous stories in his inimitable way. lie tells a story just as well as he writes. When he was a boy in Indianapolis ;i circus once came to town and at the side-show tent there was a largo banner heralding in a riot of colors "Tk? Willi llnr " Tn.-trinir ton stood outside Ratting with a boy' friend somewhat older. Kach liad a solitary nickel and Hie admission was ten cents. | i Stop scratching! ; Resinol relieves itching instantly Hut itching, burning skin-trouble - .1 : < which keeps you scratcning ?i? j digging, is a source of disgust to otitcrs, as well as of torment to you. Why don't you get rid of it by using Rcsinol Ointment? Physicians have prescribed it for over Jo years. In i m.rst cases, it stops itching instantly and heals eruptions promptly. It is very easy and economical to use. Retinol Ointment ami Kevin, 1 Snap rnntain nothing lur.lt or injurious ar.i fan be need freely (or ah sorts ..t sViti-troniilu even on the trndrreit or most irritatrd Burlaic Ideal l r labits' eruptions and chafing. Every druggist sells them, ammmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmm You Can Do Better at the ECONOMY FURNITURE STORE 145-147 W. Main St. New Fall Hats Attractive felt s, all styles and prices. See us first. ML ?. Black-Krohme "THE MILLINER" Gore Block. Pike Street Room 12, Second Floor. LY TELEG] IKK.V SAID AUDIT TUJi or 1,1 VI Ml. . I COST OF LINGERING? HF.H1HT.S, t h street, with an eastneighborhood. I'rice 11 of $ CO. 00 down, and lie. This would give anyone nine, a grand opportunity the lot. IKHI'ARR STItMHT AM) o\ AVENUE. 1W feet deep, corner lot. very reasonable terms on for lots in CrOFF PLAZA 10 sale. We have ono lot root and cement side walk hers are from fl.oOu to Hon. This addition Ih rebuildings and natlonall l mpletnd in II1C1HLANI) ass cottages, frain, slato i it block foundation, live I In oak throughout, on of room for automobile. I us. tit AVENUE for sale, nno orncr of CARR AVENUE / i Is one of the best rcsl- f n itage on Main street. Just can lie purchased at tho t ' c t 'I li i t : Dennison Co. i FF BLDG-. , LITTLE ^ r -n\ ew york i 0. O. McINTYRE ttajeittc, W?t Sevvjitr-avoond 1 - ?-o The older boy. a little more crafty! than Tarkingtoii, aim Rested that Tarklngton give him his nickel and then he would go in and see the spotted wild boy. and when he came out he would toll him all about it. He nave up his nickel and watched his companion enter the great mysterious tent. He was gone for ;i half hour. In the meantime Tarkington was. being eaten alive with curiosity. When he emerged, Tarkington rushed to him gazing into his face with wild expectancy. The other boy was quiet. "Wei! what was lie like?" lie asked breathlessly. "What was what like?" "Why tho spotted wild boy!" "Oil, him? Well he was kind of wild like and had sort of spots on him." A vaudeville team was breaking in a new act at nn ohscurc theater in Rrtjoklyn. Tliey had sling a son.: called "Bug" which is all about perms, when the house manager called them into the wings. "Cut out that song right now," I: t said. "It will scare my nations out of their wits, with all litis infantile paralysis scare everywhere." "All right." said a member of the i team, "wr will cut it out but. we aroj goin? lo sinp another called "Sweet; Seaside Breezes.' Do you want us to , eliminate that one on account of the i shark scare?" New Orleans is gaining much fame; by a song being simp on llroawav called "I'm Saving l.'p the Means lo Get to New Orleans." The chorus runs: "I'm saving up the means, lo pet to Now Orleans. I'll buy a trunk and pack it; leave this racket. I'll lit happy when I'm bound back to those childhood scenes and mother's homemade beans. 1 XIII lUUOLj, ? mini a ruV(T 11ZZ Like they make in my homo town, Down there in New Orleans." Karl Carroll, the composer, occasionally tries his hand at. the task of wooing Mistress Fortune, hut. if his inotft reecnt experience may he taken as n criterion, he is not y??t on intimate terms with the fickle lady. "I called four cards, ' declared Take Home a IU>\ of HlYLKirS H SALT WATKIt TAFFY 1 Oc STURM & WII.SOX HtTIiKR'S I BOX ROXS and CH(I('OUATKS B I 'a, 1, 2, .1. mill ? Pounds. I'resli from tlic fnrlor.v U*lnj\ I STORM & WILSON SWITZER BROS. Cleaning French and Dry Steam 412 N. nth St. Work called lot m/1 JDoUvg^a iAM I*IBLIC SERVICE CO>DII8SION OF IVKHT VI BO I MA, CAI'ITOL HLILMNG CII/VitLKiiTO.V. A rneetinK of the Public Service Com mission of West Virginia held on the 31* day of July, M*HJ. ('line No. -183 TUK CHESAPEAKE (c potomac TELE PHONE COMPANY OF WEST VIK 01NIA TUP CONSOLIDATED TKLKPHONI company ok west Virginia THE OENTHAL DISTRICT TKLISPIiONJ COMPANY AND THE CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELE PHONE COMPANY, APPLICATION FOR TUB KSTARLISH ME NT Ol' NEW P.ATKS A N I? SEP VIC J IN THi: STATE OF WEST VIltOINIA. Whereas application for the establish men! of now rate* and fiervice in the Stat of We r Virginia lias thin day been flic by the Chesapeake A Potomac Teleplion Co/iipuuy of West Vlrginln, The Consoli ilated Telephone Company of Went Vir K'iriln. the Central District Tt-lepbone Com puny and The Chesapeake A Potomac T*?*l ephone Company, it is hereby ordered tlia leave b?- granted to any person interest*-! to fl!?- objetclon thereto at any time befor the I litli day of September, 1910 and thl matter I- set down for hearing at n hps don of tin Public Service (' mrnisslon t he held in the Capitol P-ulMlnir in the ''it, nf Clia rlestun, on the IL'th day of Septem her. If'1'5. at two o'clock I\ M. at Willi-: liifi*- any person may npjamr n?id inak sii b object.on us may In-deemed proper. It iv further ordered that the npplican iniblisb a copy of this order once each wee for four consecutive week* in two news |inper> of opiioslte politics and of genera Irctiln tion. ir.such there be, In each count; iflWted by the proposed new rates and ser vice, and tliut. a copy of this order am Mild proposed new rates ,'iiid service b minted for public Inspection lit each ex * '"? ??w?fi? iiiiiiipd com rum nitriK*' "iun- ?#? ti.- - ?, ph in this StJil#1 for four suecesnlvo wwk trior to Kojdonifoor I'J, li'l'i mnJ Mint din ( turn tin-roof In? made to tliiw commission A f'opy, Tost ? Tost o SiRitod) R. n. RK It Nil KIM. "arroll to a breathless (roup at Fri,rs. "Vr-s, vra," encouraged an auditoi agerly, "and then?" "Nothing happened." the authni daywrlght finished In disgust. "1 ever could fill a flush." If Christie Mathewson sheds all lie tears that the soli quad gives him redlt for there will lie no more tames at the Polo ground this year "he place is swamped already.. Great lirltain proposes to pass a iw prohibiting the importation, sale ir use ol' any paint material com nining more than it per cent, of its ry weight of a soluble lead commit nd. China offers a good market f01 tmerican leather. Our bin assortment of Chil- B dren's Candy. IT'S HrVIJMtS H PURK AXI) i It's Ciood for TIiciii. STt'KM &. WILSO.V J)on't forget a Ih?.\ c?f g III TYLER'S On your picnic outing STl ini & WILSO.V rUp or Down rj (i li ji TYamunakcr said: "The difference between the clerk who spends all of his salary and the clerk who saves part of it is the difference?in ten years?between the owner of a business and the man out of a job." THE UNION M ATTAM AT DA MIT imuviwh imim r'apitjii ,? 500,000 Surplus 200,000 Jlcsourccs 4,500,000 . , Have Your PLUMBING SPENCERIZED None Just as Good H. A. SPENCER ' " - - - . AUGUST!' 1916. I : ig^fHATIONAL 1 : ifsffllB A^K K I - gq J ie/oreli/icotnu>as/^ident)^ M I J Let the Check Stub Be w 3 Your Bookkeeper S 'c i ! !V The chock hook stub is an aid to every man who Pj 1 -4- feels the necessity of a personal account book. 1fc]J 1|Z i It shows cash on hand?cash paid out and to H4 V whom paid. It shows to the owner alone, for jPfJ 1 it! what each amount has been paid out. It holds tho *:~j [ 4- corresponding number of every cncclc receipt. ] t-!4 h + The Merchants National Bank will be glad to -yj * III supply everyone who opens a checking account, 44 1 Vj with a neat pocket check book. Get? one. 4l ' 1 MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK | L clarksburg, w. va. ffl Give us your business. gj ititl tltl t it It it!+it ititl?irI'tititit THE UNION DENTISTS TEETII CiiEANED . 75c TEETH EXTRACTED 25o PAINLESS METHODS USED 320 W. PIKE ST. I BOTH PHONES I j BIG LOT SALE j Monte Carlo "Wo wish to announce to the public our Big ?00.00 lot sale beI planing Saturday at ft a. ro. 8 These lots are In Simpson district an equal distance between I Bridgeport and .Meadowbrook. On this property the Monte Carlo Glass Company is starting I to build one of the largest Industrial plants In the state. Young man [8 if you are looking for a cknnco to get a start in life, or any one who M wants a Mo. 1 investment, we ask you to call at our ollice and we D will cheerfully explain our proposition. Discount for cash. Terms |fl to suit. IIhe Monte Carlo Realty Development and | Improvement Company | Rocm 204, Ir7T. LOWNDESI Department Store ! Established 1831 Established 1831 rnrnTTiTm? A ATT* WTXTTtniTO" QIhATTRS IJLrllN u JjJIi U ivio vr juijuuu ^ have advanced again and. will advance again I before fall, because male rial and dye arc 9 j getting'scarcer every day. 0 With our large stork we [jureliasccl early in llic year, we can save you dollars. Wo have a large stock of all grades and widths of Linoleum, 2 yards wide #1.10; 2j/i yards wide #1.50; d yards wide #2.1(1, and 4 yards 1 wide $3.00. (g /_ 1 '? Make your selection before any more advances. H Our window shade department is complete in all colors and widths, We bought j before the advance in t he spring and can J save you money by coming here. Give us the measure of vourwindows. We i will cut them for you from the cheapest to the best shade that's made free of charge. Dark Green, Olive Green, White.