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tlon justified the expenditure.
' Congressman Uttlepage has also
^secured the establishment of a new
postoflice which will he located at
Eppcrley, Raleigh count}. Albert K.
MInter has been named as the first
Congressman Littlepage today recommended
Miss U Bennett to be postmistress
of the fourth class office at
Glen Morgan, Raleigb count j
Congressman Sutherland .ten
notified by the pension bun an
increase in pension has been granted
to Francis M. Cain, of Clarksburg, to
Mrs. John Jl. Krannon and Mrs.
Wllla Stone, of Clarksburg, wii ararrire
here the first of the week to
spend some time with friendsDr.
Dorothea Dee has returned to
Huntington after a short business
visit In Washington.
Mrs. J. C. Collins and children, who
have been the guests of Dr. Collins's
parents in this city, have returned to
their home In Grant Town, accompanied
by Miss Jennie Collins, who
will be their guest for several weeks.
Claiborne G. Porterfield, of Charles
Town. W. Va., came to Washington
this week and enlisted with the District
of Columbia National Guard, going
at once to the Fort- Myer camp.
While a large number of the officers
jf the medical corps and the medical
reserve corps have been ordered .to1
- ^ *vr,
r pipe, etc.
al Weather Strips
i on this page
re your patron
proceed at once to Kort Sam Houston,
Texas, and other points along the
.Mexican line, there Is still great need
of additional medical men to exaniiue
refugees from Mexico and to care for
-Mexican prisoners in event of hostllilies.
It has been announced here
that examinations will be held in the
principal cities of the country early ]
in July for physicians and surgeons.
Work has been started in Washington
to determine just what doctors and
surgeons in civilian life would lie best
fitted in time of war for active service.;
Similar work is to be done in all
parts of the I'niled Slates, in accordance
with plans adopted by the presidents
of the following medical associations
at a recent meeting: American
Medical Association, American:
Surgical Association, Congress of
American Physicians and Surgeons, i
Clinical Congress of Surgeons of
North America and the American College
At present the great need is for additional
medical men to examine refugees
form Mexico. Typhus fever.small- '
pox and yellow fever are to be guard-,
cd against particularly, and it is feared
these diseases may be carried i
either by refugees who will he landed
at American ports or by Mexicans who
may be brought across the border,
Washington was visited this week
by over 2,000 pleasure seekers representing
the customers and consumers
of the Midland Grocery Company
of Ohio, on their twentieth annual
excursion. The excursion is
given annually at the expense of the
company and the members comprising
the party < tnne via the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad from Washington
Court House. O The party was photographed
on the steps of the east
wing of the capltol while here, and
spent the remainder of the time in
Bight seeing. , ... ....
THE SUNDAY TELE
All Kinds of Building Ma tea
FRAME STUFF SID!
Interior finish of all 1cm
what you need in lumber, sei
Lowest Prices Pi
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This cottage Is of unusual design,
.-ery different from the general style
?f suburban homes. It is built of
:oncrete. The first floor contains re;eptlon
hall, living room, dining room
s'lth hay window and kitchen. All
-ooms are of good size, bright and
One Three Reor
One Four Room
One Six Room
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Adamston, W. Va,
Funeral services were held yesterday
for Arthur H. Clarke, who passed
away at his home ia Chevy Chase this
week. Mr. Clarke spent most of his
life In West Virginia, where for many
years he was a successful school
teacher. For the past fifteen years
he has been connected with the treasury
department in Washington. He
was the only son of the late Captain
Leonard Clarke, who lost his life In
nne of the lam battles of the Civil
war. Mr. Clarke Is survived by his
widow, who was formerly Miss Margaret
Hood, of West Virginia; four
daughters and one son. interment
was at Bcthesda cemetery, near Jtockville,
The war department has submitted
supplemental estimates to Congress
railing for an appropriation of $15,1)00,010
for army and national guard
air service- It is asked that the money
be made immediately available In order
that the work of equipping national
guard unites with air craft may
begin without delay. The estimates
show an increase of $12,000,000 over
Renate figures previously died, nnd
$14,000,000 over the House plan. The
increase being due to n signal corps
plan to outfit at once twelve national
guard aeroplane squadrons, one to
each tactical division. According to
these plans each squadron would have
thirty-sir scouting and battle air-craft
La addition ta lis motor .truck and ?o
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On the sworn! floor there are three
bed rooms and hath room.
Attic makes excellent storage
The cost of construction Is given
in the following Items:
Excavation J Rfl
I Carpenter work 6T?o j
n House and Lot Oi
House and Lot on
House and Lot on
cant Lots on Churcl
jant Lots in Wines ?
tor cycle equipment.
Dr. Francis Sorrell Is critically
- ? < . i_ ?.
Ill at nis upimiiirui in i-.c m ihinuu
in this city, and little hopes are held
for his recovery. Dr. Sorrell. who is
said to he the oldest living alumnus
of Princeton, and for many years a
surgeon in the United States arntj.
will be well remembered by scores of
West Virginians residing in the southeastern
part of the state. He was a i
aurgeon during the Mexican war of
i vis and was physician to General 1'
S. Grant, then a licutent in the army.
After the Civil war he went lo Hoan<ike,
Va.. and was well and favorably
known as an active practitioner in <
'that section for many years. He has i'
resided in Washington for the past |
Advices received in Washington today
front New Vnrk where the "steering
committee" of the Republican na- '
tional committee has been in confer- t
ence indicate that Nathan It Scott, t
fnrmor United States senator from 1
West Virginia, may l>e chosen national c
committeeman for the District of f'o- a
lnmhia. Senator Scott has hecn the t
president of the Continental Trust 'l
Comnany. of tins city .since making, i
his home here, and has always taken: (
an active and Interested part in the; t
civic discussions and movements, lie s
has long hecn identified with cam- t
palgn affairs of the Republican party ; \
and represented West Virginia in the I
' natioMl pcojuittee of 1908, _
V. VA., SUNDAY, .JULY,
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Qing Mill Work of All Kinds
ikl a House
Ttf A TT <S
mall for us to fill. No matter
Call and let ua show you
CLAHKSBUEQ-. W. VA.
Painting and Glazing 21?
Hot air lieatlns 125
Clydo Smith Adams. Archltoct.
n Church Street
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Bell Phone 213-J
10 HUE NEW
Strand Theater Nearing Completion
and Will Be Opened
in the Near Future.
SALEM, July 1.?The now Strand
novlng picture theater, G. C Droadvater
proprietor, Is nearing compleion.
The new, seats arrived this
veek and are being installed. The
ipening performance will be given at
,n early date, possibly slmo time next
veek. This new amusement place Is
ocated on Main street, and Is an
deal room with a seating capacity
if about 500. An ample stage has
men erected at the rear with necesary
dressing rooms and the house Is
quipped for theatrical and vaudc ille
performances as well as moving
ilctures. The equipment is modern
n every way. Some of the best pro
Bell Phone 1322-i.
Quality and Sea
126 & Se
Contracting and I
We can supply you wit.1
Fire Places ai
Hollow Building Tile, R
Tiles, and Mo:
Offices and "Dis
Tall and sco our sam
fcrent mortar coloi's.
126 S. S6C<
Everything in Sheet
Bell Phone 1316-J.
duction in films will bo regularly
| shown, such as Metro, Fox and Tri.
Powell-Muplc Wedding. v
The Morning Tribune, East Liver- J
pool, 0., has the following item:
One of the prettiest of the many
I weddings of the month of June, was 1
1 solemnized weanesuay ai uigu u..w..,.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles p
F. Maple, of Sallnevillc, when their1
daughter. Miss Edna, was united in j
marriage to Charles Roy Powell, of' I
Salem. W. Va. The Rev. Edgar W. 11
I Day. pastor of the First Presbyterian s
! church or Sallnevllle, performed the !
The home was elaborately deeorat- t
ed for the occasion, in pink and white e
; roses, ferns and potted plants being
I greatly in evidence. The ceremony a
i was witnessed only by the relatives 1
|and immediate friends of the young'
The bride is one of Salinevllle's f
I most charming young ladies and Is
prominent in social circles of that 11
I town, having uikcii an uvuvc nan 1.11
I all the gatherings of the younger set )
, Mr. Powell is a prominent hardware I
dealer In the West Virginia city and |
enjoys a wide acquaintanceship.
The newly weds left Immediately
following the ceremony for a month's L
honeymoon in Cleveland. Kentucky! ?
and Tennessee. They will reside in '
Salem, W. Vn. P
I Among the out-of-town guests at ri
! the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. E. S. i g
Young. Mr .and Mrs. 0. F. Morrison. (|
Mrs. W. L. Joyce, Mrs. F. D. Powell' a
and Slaughter. Miss Helen, of Salem, ti
Sells Shoe Shop. r
II. C. Midkiff has disposed of his tl
Electric Shoe Shop to Robert Gaines, d
of Clarksburg, who has taken charge, ti
Mr. Midkiff will locate in Clarksburg a
and engage In the restaurant bust- ti
ness. _ d
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Brick to. ,
Tvioe Oar Aim.
LAMPS AND I
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it j 1? j*
i smaii quantities ior
oofing and Promenade
e Brick Co. ?
pies, laid up with difl
Metal Work, Slate
Home Phone 667-L
Miss Jessie Townsend, daughter ol
lr. and Mrs. It. L. Townsend, of
Vashlngton, is spending some time
. 1th her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs,
'. F. Randolph.
G. W. F. Randolph returned froir
tot Springs during the last week,
there he had spent a few weeks recu
'ci a Li ii 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Porter, of the
Jast End. are on a brief vacation
rip to their former home In Pennylvania.
Mrs. Frank Corney and two daughrrs
are visiting Mrs. Corney's mothr,
Mrs. Nancy Barnott. at Mameron.
Miss Neva Monroe, of Oakland, is
guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Hyde.
s Brought against the Chesapeake
and Ohio for Alleged
Violations of Law.
(BY ASSOCIATED PNESS1
CHARLESTON, July 1?A tlrll
nit hn? hi>oii hroucht In the United
tales court here against the Chesaeake
and Ohio Railway Company to
ecover penalties to the United States
ovcrnment for alleged violations ol
lie interstate commerce regulation;
ith .reference to the length of tlm%
rain crews are permitted to work
he specific allegations made bj
dstrict Attorney W. G. Barnhart are
tint the company permitted three
Ifferent crews operating freight
rains between Cllftin Forge. Va.,
nd Hinton. to work more than sixsen
hours out of a twenty-four hou:
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