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DAILY OIL. REIVEW
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
S -
Mnterea at the Postoffice at Sistersville, W. Va., as second-class
. matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1870.
JOHN H. McCOY, Editor and Proprietor.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY
Jffos. 107 and 109 Catharine Street, Sisters ville, W. Va.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES? DAILY:
One copy one year by mail, postpaid $3.00
One copy six months, postpaid 1.50
One copy three months, postpaid 75
One copy one week, delivered by carrier 06
WEEKLY:
One copy one year, postpaid $1.00
One copy six months, postpaid .60
One copy one year not paid in advance 1.25
The white mans, or the anti-Red
Ticket of county officers nomi
nated at Middlebourne are all
gentlemen, were nominated fair
and square, and at the convention
? which was the largest ever held
by any party in this county ?
there was just one man who was
intoxicated, and he was drunk on
eome whiskey he had left over
from the late Republican fiasco of
booze and boodle.
Alton B. Parker, the Democratic
nominee for President, has spok
en. He kindly and politely told
the convention he was a gold
standard man, and if he could
not run on such a platform the
convention could nominate an
other candidate. We like a man
who holds principles above the
nomination of the highest office
in the United States.
^Senator Henry G. Davis of this
fetate, was nominated at a late
hour Saturday night for the of
iice of Vice President of the Uni
ted States on the Democratic
ticket. The people of this State
will be more than pleased to have
a gentleman from it nominated
on the National ticket.
The next Sheriff's name in this
county will be William E. Kirch
ner. f
CAN'T BE SEPARATED.
Some Sisters viflle People May
Learn How To Get Rid of Both.
Backache and kidney ache are
twin brothers.
You can't separate them.
And you can't get rid of the
backache until you cure the kid
ney ache.
If the kidneys are well and
strong, the rest of the system is
pretty sure to be in vigorous
health.
Doan's Kidney Pills make
strong, healthy kidneys.
F. D. Bailey, No. 329 Avery
street, sub-mail carrier, says: "I
slipped and fell on the ice injur
ing my back and afterward I had
steady pain across the loins and
frequently sharp twinges. I tried
to check the trouble by taking a
number of medicines, but I receiv
ed no lasting benefit from them.
M y mother thought Doan's Kid
ney Pill might help me, and got
them for me at a drug store.
They cured me."
Sold for 50 cents a box by all
dealers. Foster-Milburn company,
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
U. S.
Remember the name, Doan's,
and take no substitute.
The following ladies and gen
tlemen from this city registered
last week at the West Virginia
building at the St. Louis fair:
Capt. Eph Wells, Blanche Wells
Kinkaid, Charlotte A. Talbott,
Frank D. McCoy and E. T. Ga
trell.
OIL
Tiona $1.67
Pennsylvania 1.52
Corning 1.32
Newcastle 1.39
North Lima 1.03
South Lima 98
Indiana .98
South Neodesha 1.08
North Neodesha 88
Cabell 1.52
Somerset 97
Corsicana (light 81
Corsicana (heavy) 40
Kansas (heavy) 55
Bartlesville (I. T.) 92
Ragland 61
Petrolea (Ont.) 1.62
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SHOOTING TOURN- !
AMENT THURSDAX
What promises to be one of the '
most interesting events in the his- 1
tory of the Sistersville Gun club,'
their mid-summer target tourna-!
ment, will take place next Thurs-!
day, the 14th.
, A very neat little program has
been mailed to the shooters
throughout the State, calling for!
200 rounds per man, with $2
cash added as prize money to each
event.
Quite a number have already
signified their intention of being
present, among them some of the
best shots in the world. These
experts, however, will not be al
lowed to participate in the divis
ion of the several purses, but will
shoot for the price of targets only,
their presence being for the pur
pose of showing their goods and
assisting in making the affair a
success. The first to send word
that he expected to be on hand
was Ralph L. Trimble of Coving
ton, Kv., who will represent the
Winchester Repeating Arms com
pany, of New Haven, Conn. While
Mr. Trimble is conceded to be one
of the best target shots in America
he is also one of the most expert
rifle shots the country has pro
duced, and during his stay here
will give an exhibition of this
style of shooting, using one of the,
Winchester people's latest pro
ductions in the art of gunmaking.
Mr. Trimble hits all sorts of
Pain in Chest
Sore Lungs
Grip
How easy It is to catch cold! How quickly it
settles on the lungs, and bow often if neglected it
results in Crip, Pneumonia and Consumption!
Many deaths are caused in the beginning by a
Slight cold.
Hamlins
Wizard
? OIL
will break np ?. cold on the lungs in a night. It
Should be applied when the first symptoms
appear. Rub the chest well with the medicine,
lay upon it a linen cloth wet with Hamlin's
Wizard Oil and cover over with flannel bandage.
No ordinary cold can withstand this treatment
Apply it at night just before retiring and in the
morning the cold will be broken up
Richard W. Thornton, Ouray, Col., writes
April 25, 190a: My little girl, aged two years, has
suffered more or less with Cold since her birth
and finally the trouble became serious. We tried
remedies of several kinds and they seemed to
give no relief. A friend of mine recommended
Hamlin's Wizard Oil to me and after the use of
one bottle she has become entirely well. I shall
never be without Hamlin's Wizard Oil in my
house. I cannot recommend it too highly.
There is only one Wizard Oil ? Hamllns?
name blown in the bottle. Signature "Hamlin
Bros." on wrapper. Take no substitute. 50c?
and $1.00.
HAMLINS COUGH BALSAM
Cures the Cold. Prevents Pneumonia. 83c & 50c
Haralins Blood and Liver Pills
Regulate the Liver. Cleanse the system. 25c
OLD TV? RG INI A HERB TEA
Soothes Tired Nerves. 2jc
For 8sle and Recommended by '
Sold by all druggists.
small objects thrown into the air,
his work being really phenome
nal, and all who are interested in
this sort of sport should not fail
to see him at the shooting gronnds
jnst this side of the ball park on
Thursday.
The program will be started
about 10 o'clock, but the rifle
practice will hardly take place
until after dinner.
Dr. Martin of Shiloh, was the
orator of the convention Satur
day. Mr. Martin is a fluent talk
er, and was roundly cheered by
the large audience present. lie
presented the name of Lloyd Mor
ris for Sheriff before the conven
tion.
DR. G. W. SHRIVER,
Office over McCoy's Book Stor*
All calls answered;
day or night.
'Phone No. 194,
IT'S AN ADVANTAGE
I
to have a checking account. Pay
ing your bills, etc., by check will
save you time and trouble. Do
f not deny yourself this conveni
ence because your balance may be
small. Your account will be wel- |
| come at this bank.
is :
The Peoples Nat 'I Bank
Corner of Wells and Diamond Streets,
RIOTEBSVILLE, W. VA.
CAPITAL $75,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $12,500.00
UNDERTAKING 1 EMBALMING
W. F. RICE X SON
EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OP FUNERAL FURNISH
INGS. CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT, RECARD
LESS OF DISTANCE.
PARLORS, CHAPEL AND MORGUE 502 WELLS ST.
A. M. Rice Licensed Embalmer
Bell Phone 14 R.
Subscribe for The Oil Review. Subscribe for The Oil Review.
DISCOUNT SALE OF CLOTHING
Every . suit in our store at a discount
off. II you haven't been in to see
way of good clolliing, you had better
of from 25 per c nt to 75 per cent
what little money will get for you in the
come.
Men's Single
Pants
At a i eduction o t 25
per cent.
Mens' Single
Pants
-ItnrHuction of 25
per ccnt.
Boys' and Children's Suits
Boy's and Children's Suits to please tho young fellows at a
reduction of 25 and 33 per eent from regular priee.
CLOTHING CO.
Masonic Building Sisters ville, W. Va.

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