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List of Mei TELEGRAM I and vote standing to 4 o DISTRICT NO. 1 Includes Clarksburg, Broad OakB, Industrial, Union Heights, Hartland, Stealey Heights, Point Comfort, Tin Plate and Northview. Prises in this district are one $1,145 7-passenger Overland touring car, one $300 Matchless Milton Piano, oik- $100 Kdison diamond disc phonograph, on-" $78 fllninond ring, one Hoosler kitchen cabinet, tour $25'gold watches, one $17.50 autographic kodak and twenty per cent cash commission to non-prize winners. Names. Votes. .A. J. Elliott 110,400 H. H. Klnnaird 100,200 Ilr. N. R. Peck 118,250 F. G. Beard 147,390j lire. C. L. Edwards '. 04,500 j Miss E. Gordon 80,100 Miss Mary Gorman 33,260 I. A. McNichol 78,4 60 Iter, W. H. Eogleson 152,4 00 J as. Reach 53,430 G. Peterson 60,220 E. W. Holden 103,070 J. A. Porter 84,120 Miss Freda Holden 109,260 C. E. Williams .. ,\ 42,070 Marry L. Brooks 101,260 J. H. Taugh 33,4 60 K. H. Powell 102,4 30 L. M. Sutton 93,640 i fi?? 107 eon I Ray'Bail'y". loi^ieo J. P. Strothcr 12 1.*t70 C. A. Sombowcr 68,760 Joha Parrlll 1O2.250 F. F, O'Neal 08,760 W, E. Darker 53,900 A. M. Whltetnan 72,170 Mrs. Wayne Harding 33,110 W. C. Robertson 88.240 W. C. Moore 58,420 E. H. Klntzer 59,690 W. P. Caywood 92,560 H. Reltzz 100,000 J. S., Flanagan 80,120 S. B. Kershner 59,300 E. D. Knapp 39,260 J. J. Crews 112,110 John Iviimbie 88,400 Paul Morel 86,360 J. B. Catlett 70,200 L. O. Dotson 71,130 E. h. Myers 81,360 Wm. Jackson 58,920 I J. B. Bradford 66,390 Harry Douds 63,460 7. Currence 48,230 frank Reda 5 3,3001 Mrs. Mollie Rlggs 109,130 VV. H.. Hlnkle 00,100 li. C. HofTheimer 07,880 Jas. Schuttc 94,700' W. Reed 58,400 Albert Gould A... 4 9,900 Miss Isabelle Qulnn 50,800 F. P. Stremmel 147,250 J. J. Barnett 02,770 [i. R. Rogers 100,100 VV. E. Nixon 90,230 J. S. Fultz , 88,399 F. M. Beainer 101,190 E. P. Ramsey.- 72,500 3. H. Carpenter 79,240 it. A. Henderson 1 03,4 90 3d. Dennlson 82,900 Charley Stealey 87,200 lev. G. W. Wise 102,300' Mrs. R. 0. Cook 40,230 drs. Retta Collins . 104,290 Vt. L .Prltchwd 02,130 f. B. Stealey 4 3,690 V. W. Stephenson 93,400 diss Ruth McConnell 27,920 ? C. Nale 56,130 rhonras Williams 82,420 j. H. Dudklns 33,260 i V. B. Curry 88,140' I. H. Johnson 29,590 onn Doinmick 09,280, lev. Morrison 82,600 j V. E. Reed 5,00O| V. W. Hall 48,340! )r. Nedrotv 112,420 4. L. Cunningham 77.580! A. Hlnkle 72.490 ieor. IV. Greynolds 113,230 W. Orner 68.190 . IV. Craddock 73.440 ' i. J. Marshall 84.260, tr T-i c?.. ..-i *9 4 7 .1 1 V. ?4. OlUFCilCTI ot.iuu M. Kennedy 33.290 S. Lowther 149,010 : . A. Snyder 63,260 . L. Clemons 45,930 1. Hoffmler 60,900 Finch 48,200 eter F. Dargon 35,590 ra Adams 106,260 1'. L. Champ 107,460 . A. Thadmire 84,970 ules Caueian 74,960 ' I. R. Mason 50.100 1 M. Melrose 44,230 I [attle McClung 87,460 1 eo. Tutflller 90,460 ' C F. Hendershot 79,200 1 [. M. Westfal! 15,260 imes Anderson 63,490 toward Rogers 101,490 . W. Scott 72.160 I j homas McGregor 45.290 I' [Ike Harper 90,260 | TE a nbers of the 0,000 GLUE 'clock p. m. yesterday. . a Mrs. Harry Ooe 22,790 A. R. Klncald 151,010 DISTRICT RO. 2. Includes all territory outside of District No. 1. Prizes In tills district are $1,145 7pasHonRor Overland touring car, one $250 Matchless Milton Piano, one $100 Edison diamond disc phonograp, one $75 diamond ring, one HooBler kitchen cabinet, four $25 gold watches, ono autographic kodak and twenty per cent cash commisDion to non-prize winners. Bridgeport. Name. Votes. Miss frtnn Eatotl 62,42'J Mas Vlrglnln Withers 79,470 Miss Edna Hortlctt 72,460 Miss Hazel Tcter 67,920 flora Davlsson 90,200 1 Mr. Hoc Farrel 69,260 Fair Grounds. Name. Votes. C. Ji. Howls 100,100 B. H. Monroe 37,160 ioe Tteed 39,200 C. A. Frame . ..' 117,290 Norwood Name. Votes. E. I). Tucker 136,870 C. H. Collins ..f 127,420 Herman Crlss 102,690 Adomston. Name. Votes. Hev. A. S. Arnctt 11 1,290 W. H. Scott 92,460 Wolf Summit. Name, Votes. Mrs. Madge Ilrannon 102.490 Miss Andre Nicholas 126,490 MIsh Op?1 Hoach 38,240 Miss 0. Violet Cox 51,760 Bristol. Name. Votes. Mrs. Raymond Davis 103,400 Mrs. Lyda Rhodes 01,290 Walter F. Lynch, Route 1. . 101,290 Josephine Lough 108,000 Weston. Name. Votes. Lucy Lurty 100,200 Miss nertha Annewalt .... 00,260 John Hays ' 33,060 Newton Kestcr 22,660 Salem. Name. Votes. Mrs. Morris Hill 1 46,400 Miss llazel Davis 142,870 Miss Hazel Deatty 59,220 Mrs. Kuaene Moriarity.... 63,720 Miss Sylvia Bailey 50,120 r'olsom. Name. Votes. D. P. Allread 119,290 W. A. Morgan 40,200 M. I? Tucker 79,600 Everett llall .. 69,400 Bucklmnnon. Name. Votou. Miss Kotn .McCue 81,290 Miss Audra Root 111,330 West Union, Names. Votes. Miss Oms Corder 124,260 Mrs. I'ruce Lowther 107,970 Shinnston. Names. Votes. Miss Virginia Ferguson... 40,200 Miss Glady Nay 101,200 Miss Blanche Sharp 16,690 Miss Vera Jamison 38,490 Miss Virginia Vassar 119,190 McWliorter. Names. Votes. Ottls V. MclVhorter 121,960 Smith ton. Names. Votes. Miss Lucile Davisson 1 20,200 Miss Ethel Bartlett 111.,290 Junior. Names. Votes, P. A. Mathews 23,190 Meadowbrook. Names. Votes. Alden Kelllson 6,299 Wallace. Names. Votes. r. F. Lambert 87.460 Frank Graham 65,490 Dessle Kidd 39.720; Fred Ashcraft 21,490 Vllss Mettle Robinson 67.260 i Bernard Leueham 63,2601 Mf. Clare. Names. Votes. drs. W. P. Weekly 96,190 j Lost Creek. Name. Votes. lusle Fratt 69,460 Smithfleld. Names. Votes. Andrew Mayfield 87,690 Perry Mines. Names. Votes, jlady Criilln 133,960 Glen Falls. Names. Votes. IV. 11. Griffith 93,260 West Mliford. Names. Votes. Cnlla Vest 95,720 Ilarrisvillo. Names. Votes. C. C. McKinley 81,260 Ellon boro. Names. Votes. W ? ArnnM 105 4 60 Pcnusboro. Names. Votes. Rev. Caldocott 51,260 ~ EPIDEMIC ' Of Smallpox Fought for Six Weeks in Porto Rico Considered under Control. SAX JUAN, Porto Rico, July 1.? The epidemic ol small pox which the u. (ireynoias 101,260 . T. Nutter 101,140 . Talklngton 58,230 ,' iss Lula Swiger 43,460' A. Morrifield 4 f., 1C" ' . M. Barron 72,4 60 jJ . McGarrv 33,070 W. Cottrlll 101.100 C. Tretzer 69,760 '' . Btarcher 73,100 . Richards 63.260 . Oldaker 70,260 rs. I.lllle Starkev, lOO.OOoi' ary Kllzabeth Osborne... 117.L'i> | tb. Eva Htckr-y 117,5 oe , thel C. Moyers or,,200 . RatcilKe 01,200 !' . E. Collins .. i Of,.260 . L. Posey . L. Flowers 52,690 oyal McAdams, Jr 1 r,2.250 eorge Musgrave 118,270 H. Hlckle 40,10o oward Rodgers .. .; 89,740 Ibb Martha Tate 69,200 Copenhagen 60,330 tmes M. Deem 45,960 Iss Geraldtne Stager ... 67,4001 lnln?? "HnmrlrU- 74 4f.O Imes Burgees 49,920 Ben Maple 56,1(70 mes Boyle 62,130 ke Sturm 46,140 ml Cave 61,120 nrizal Woodsal 65,250 bs Noll Hursey 51.290 rs. Basstl Welch 33,970 be Minnie Largent 31,260 sb Bees llenny 23,970 l?s Eva Davis 33,140 rs. Victor Villers 30,1901 i CE SUNDAY TELEGRAM, +++++++++++++++1 + + + UNHURT I.V LONG FALL. + + + + SA/N FRANCISCO, July 1.? + + Bryant J. O'Connor, a metal + + worker, fell seven stories to + + the pavement recently from a + + scaffold on a San Francisco of- + + flee building, and surprised + + horrified spectators by rising + + and attempting to walk away. + + He waB restrained and taken + + to an emergency hospital, + + where an examination showed + that no bones were broken and + + that OConnor's injuries were + + confined to minor bruises and + + scratches. + + + ++++++++++++++++ CLEANLINESS Is a Watchword in the United States Marine Corps, Say Speakers. NEW YORK, July 1.?That a United States marine In trained lo brush his teeth, take a complete hath and wash his underclothes and socks In a half bucket of water, was the assertion made by preparedness speakers at a meeting of the Home Defense League. Marines die by bullets and not the ravages of disease, the orators pointed out, and even under the most adverse field conditions In the tropics, members of the United States marine corps manage to keep themselves shaved and clean. DIVORCE Bills of Various Kinds Are Engaging the Cuban Congress in City of Havana. HAVANA, July 1.?Among Important pieces of legislation now engaging the attention of the Cuban Congress*arc bills legalizing divorce and giving to married women the eon'rol of their own property. It appears tjucstionahle whether there is any very strong demand for the passage of the former law and it Is said that many of the best Cuban women are opposed to the institution of divorce aH being contrary to the tenets of their religion and repugnant to the traditions of Cuban society. The other bill has strong feminine support but it is felt that, owing to absorption of interest in the coming presidential campaign, neither measure has much chance of passage during the present session of Congress. mm Of Indiana Youth Causes City Police to Drag River for j Body. HUNTINGTON. Ind.. July 1.?"He drowned, I think. He fell over the river dam. 1 think It was Policeman Hadley's boy." nillle Fredericks rushed up to It. A. Drown, operator of the Huntington Milling Company, with this Information. and Mr. Brown hurriedly railed the police. A squad of policemen began dragging the river with grapplng hooks. Policeman Hadley hurried to hial home and there found his son asleep. I The Fredericks boy was questioned further and it developed he had been nsleep and had dreamed the incident so vividly that he jumped from his bed and rushed across the street to the mill, where he spread the alarm. A year ago the Fredericks boy saw a man drown at Marlon. STINGING SNAKE Editor of Louisiana Newspaper Investigates and Finds the Reptile. BRANDON, La., July 1.?A stinging snake over five feet long was killed by W. D. Rngland near his home one evening last week. The News Is aware of the fact that some people claim there Is "no sleh varmint" as a stinging snake, but our editor made a thorough investigation of the stinging qualities of the snake In question and he Is fully prepared to say that, regardless of what may be said to the contrary the stinging snake Is a reality, and any man who values his life had better not come in contact with the rear end of these reptiles. sanitary authorities have been fighting for the last six weeks Is now con eidcrcd under control after a total of 359 cases have entered the quarantine hospital here. So far more than 100,000 persons have been vaccinated and the authorities propose to put In force the compulsory feature of the health laws which will make it necessary for every inhabitant to submit to vaccination. So far there have been no persons who have refused to submit to vaccination hut the number voluntarily presenting themselves to the sanitary doctors has fallen off to a decided degree. Prisoners from the penitentiary are being used to clean up the city as one means of ending the spread of the disease. +++++++++++++++4 4 + 4 MA.NT SHIPS ARRIVE. 4 4 4 JL r?/-?nnrntAO r\A VT VV>tKorloneln A T Jlui lUIbl^n.TI, I.VMIbnuuuD, . 4 July 1.?Four hundred and six- + + ty-three ships, measuring 6,- + + 500,000 cubic meters gross, ar- 4 4 rived In the port of Rotterdam 4 + from America In the last year, 4 4 according to the annual report 4 of the Rotterdam chamber of + + commerce, this being an In- 4 + crease of 314 ships and some + 500,000 cubic meters on 1914 4 + and only a decrease of 29 ships 4 4 and 1,600,000 cubic meters com- 4 4 pared with the normal year of 4 4 1913. 4 4 4 t CLARKSBURG, W. VA., f ARE1 Or, arc there soi hope? Are you are other things what about othe Are you content you. in Adverti Jf you arc < "please" is not YOU who are r< I This IS fl IIIV V .Say you ha f can afford to bu; perhaps il has I Edison Talking -whatever it was, $4,35' 7 JL It is a hip c. ing?there is 110 one gets soTiieth member of the r. Down helov Tear it out and your winning wi 11 OPPORTUN For every $25.00 worth of week a special certificate good f These votes arc In addition to club member may get as many be can earn. To the member who gets t trlct this week, a bonus certifl given. Also to the six members highest special certificates for ! The vote schedule gels sm subscriptions NOW that you car To Subs Now is the tune top; the Telegram. Pick out 000 Club of your choice tions for one year and gi District Xo. 1, and 7.n(K) are working hard and w from you. THIS OOITOX WOI First Subscr TO HELP GET A J Upturn this coupon with Telegram for six months or ovei regular votes 10,000 EXT Subscriber's Naaie Address Candidate's Nnme Address Only ono of theoe acoopte 1 SUNDAY, JULY, 2, 1916. (STc me things hoyond your read altogether satisfied with ivi whidh would make your lil rs?those who look to you, ] cd' for THEM? If you ARJ rou Are isement one who is waiting for opp< for our sake?it's for YOU. lading it NOW. 1 !! pponunnyre wanted an Automobile?t r, or say you have wanted m< )ecn a Piano you have longi Machine, or perhaps a I)iai it is here?right here?for " OToE nn he le ampaign open to everyone, tremendous task required t( in-g worth while. About all rclegraan's 10,000 Club, and r this advertisement you avi use it. Beside it is another lien you send it in together a ITY WEEK 1 subscriptions you turn in this or 4 0.000 votos will be given, the regular schedule. 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