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Cure Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach, tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure. I hiimt ?t u* u?T| ' ~~ ? PeK I M&ndl OJtVW Dtmmmtm MM Ymm Emt fBSSSaSCSSKBl m a For Sale by A. 14. Corbitt. Baltimore&Ohio railroad. OHIO RIVER DIVISION. Time Table; in effect No*. 27. Eastbound. 6:20 A. M. (daily except Sun flay) Accommodation i Wheeling and intermediate points. 8:08 A. M. (daily )-Pittsburg Ei press; New Martinsville, Moundsville, Wheeling, Pittsburg, Franklin, Oil City, TitusviUe and intermediate points. Rum solid to Pittsburg daily, except Sunday. Daily to Wheeling. 11:18 A. M. (daily except Sun flay) Accommodation ; New Mar tinsville and intermediate points. 1:57 P. M- (daily)? New York Express; New Martinsville, MocnAville, Wheeling, Pittsburg, Buffalo, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and all points north and east. Runs solid to Pittrfjurg. Pullman buffet par lor ear. 4M r. M. (daily)? Accommo dation; Wheeling and intermedi ate points.. ?:10 P. M. (daily except Sun flay) ? Ohio Valley Express; New Martinsville, Moundsville, Ben wood, Wheeling, Pittsburg, Buf falo, Baltimore, Washington, New York and all points north and east. Runs solid to Pittsburg. Pullman buffet parlor car. Parkersburg Accommodation arrives at Sistersville at 10:4a p. m. ? Westbound. 9:05 A. M. (daily)? Accommo dation; Parkersburg and mterme ^ diate points N 11:18 A. M. (daily except Sun flay) ? Ohio Valley Express; St. Marys, Marietta, Parkersburg, Ravenswood, Milwood, Pomeroy, Pt. Pleasant, Charleston, Gaihpo lis Huntington, Kenova, Ironton, Portsmouth, Cincinnati and all points south and west. Runs solid to Kenova. Pullman buffet par lor car. v _ _ 1:26 P. M. (daily)? Kenova-ex pfess; St. Marys, Mariette, Park ersburg, Ravenswood, Milwood, Pomeroy, Pt. Pleasant, Charleston, Gatlipolis, Huntington, Kenova, and principal intertnediate points. Pullman buffet parlor car. 2;32 P. M. (daily except Sun flay) ? Accommodation; Parkers btirg, Spencer and intermediate points. 5:48 P. M. (daily except Sun day) ? Accommodation; Parkers -borg and intermediate points. 8:20 P., M. (daily)? Express; Friendly, St. Marys, Waverly, | Marietta and Parkersburg. p D. B. MARTIN, : > Manager Passenger Traffic. J. McC.MARTIN, T. P. A., Park ereburg, W. Va. Only $1.00 to "Williamstown and Parkersburg , and return via i Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Sunday, June 28, Special train leaves Sistersvile at 8:23 a. m., (Eastern Time.) ? Beautiful Scenery en Route 4?tte * family A??lr. AM a family record the following sr?A. be hard to beat : In the town of ffcurso. Eugland, a man eighty-seven years old still follows his duties as poperintendent of some flagstone quar- j rles. Among the workmen he has ?even sons, six sons- in law, twenty nine grandsons, four hu^ands of his granddaughters and two great-grand sons. Forty-nine members of one family, all coune?:t?d with the same trade, employed in the same works and living In the same district is some thing decidedly out of the common. $10,000, An Ohio Department ' Store, $10,000. This nicely assorted, clean De partment Store stock can be re duced from $15,000 to $10,000 without disturbing the business. Located in growing town of 5,000. A bargain. Write W. F. Rich mc~ * Barcesvile, Ohio. ^ Timber In India. There is a growing demand in In dia for timber other than teak, ow ing to t he increase of factories and of coal mine?, while there is also a large export. The oldest form of cultivation practiced by the foreit tribes of India was to burn a good patch of woodland, leaving all the trunks bare and black, and then to sow among the fertilizing ashes a miserable crop of grain. This was done for two years, by which time ihe jungle plants grew up and chok ed everything, in this way perhaps $2,000 worth of timber was killed to grow $20 worth of grain. As some of these tribes to this day know no other way to grow corn, they resent ? being interfered with and revenge themselves by arson, and more for ests are destroyed. A Bad Scare. Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your bowels, and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in Dr. King's New Life Pills, a sure cure, for all bowel and stomach , diseases, such as headache, billiousness, costive ness, etc. Guaranteed at D. A. Hendershot's Drug Store, only 25c TryThem. Qucbec'a Enormous Birth Rate. l>r. Osier says you can't diminish t he birth rate of (Quebec, in the year 1SS)0 the late Hon. 11. Mereier, then prime minister of the province, had a law passed by the provincial legislature granting 100 acres of the public lands to each father and mother of twelve living children, and last year a return was made to the house of those who had taken advantage of this act. This return shows that there were more than i 3,400 families of twelve living chil dren in the province, while some were boasted of seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, and one even ran up to twenty-three. According to the last report of the provincial compiler of vital sta tistics ? that is to say, for 1903 ? 00,410 births were registered, which gives a birth rate of 36.75 per 1,000 of the population. If in kind of a bilious mood, You wish an aid to digest food, No other Pill is half so good As DeWitt's Little Early Risers. The Famous Little Pills, Early Risers, cure constipation, Sick Headache, Billiousness, etc. They never gripe or sicken, but impart early rising energy. Good for children or adults. Sold by A. R. Corbett, Opera House Drug Store. Origin of th? Honeymoon, The honeymoon used to last a month. The accepted notion, according to Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fa ble, is that it must be spent away from home in order that the bappy pair may get thoroughly acquainted without be ing victims of the curiosity of relatives and friends. It I* so called from the habit of the anelent Germans of drink iug '-'hydromel." which is a mixture of honey and water, for thirty days after marriage. Hydromel, fermented, con tains euough alcohol to make a man intoxicated in short order, so that the honeymoon really was a deUaueh. Atil la. the Hun, indulged so freely at his wedding that he died. Carinas Xavr Order One of the most curious orders given in the royal navy is "AH hands black faces," a supply of pigment for the purpose being carried by each war ship. When a night surprise is intend ed it is not only the vessels that are made as little visible as possible. Even the faces of the men must be blacken ed, for when powerful night glasses are used the showing of a white face Is far more palpable than any lands man would suppose. ? London Tele- j graph. Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck, Lame Shoulder. These are three common ail ments for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is especially valuable. If promptly applied, it will save you tnme, money and suffering l when troubled with any of these ailments. For sale bv ITill Bros. Business In County Clerk's Office / Deeds. T. J. Smith, et al., and D. S. Matthews and Irene Matthews, all their interest in 63 acres and 78 poles land. Quit dlaim -deed; ? Consideration $354.48. McEJroy district. Martha B. Strader and husband to David W. Thompson, for 10 acres of land on Indian Creek. Consideration $100.00. Paid. Mc Elroy District. , C. E. Pyle and wife to W. W. Duty, for lot 60x120 and 88 xl20 feet in Centreville district. Con sideration $25, to be paid every 6 months. C. P. Lowrv and wife to R. Broadwater, 1-6 undivided inter est in royalty in and under 84 acres of land. Consideration $1, 000. Paid. Lincoln District. Sistersville Land Co. to S. Gee Hissam, and Irene Hissam. for lots No. 189, 190, 191, and tracts Nos. 233, 203 and 204 in Handford City. Consideration $1,100.00. Paid. Assignments. A. J. Jemison and J. W. Swan, to L. C. Wilson. 1-4 undivided working interest in 250 acre lease of land, Thomas McCay. Consid eration $1.00 etc. Ellsworth Dis trict. D. B. Duff et al to P. S. Smith, two tracts or leases containing 50 acres each. Consideration, fur nish all material and drill well fre of charge. Meade District. Right of Way. G. W. Mclntvre to South Penn Oil co. for 3 and 4 inch line over his lands in McElroy District. Consideration $5.70. Paid. Its Fir;t Jowisli Officer. Kmperoi* William has made an in novaticn in the u'erman army by ap point in : i lirst Jewish officer. lie is the giv:;dson of the late Baron Karl Mayer von Kothschild of i'rankfiirt-am-Main. TJie youn^ man was serving as a one year Vol micer iii a I?aden regiment of dra goons stationed at Karlsruhe. He let it be known that he would Jike to become an oliioer, of course upon adequate evidence of capacity, but the officers of the regiment turned his application down. When the em peror heard of it he appointed the young man groom of the bedcham ber, which makes him an army offi cer. lie will be assigned to a regi ment. The Children's Favorite. For Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, etc., One Minute Cough Cure is the children's favorite. This is because it contains no op iote, is perfectly harmless, tasts good and cures. Sold by A. R. Corbett, Opera House Drug Store. Sarcastic i'untomcr. Rough Barber? you often knead the skin of your face? Mangled Customer? Oh, occasionally, but you seem to need It no much worse than I do that you might as well take the rest of It while you're about It Baltimore American. A Feminine, Opinion. Tesa? Yes, I saw her In that gown be made for herself, and she really be haved as If she were happy. Jess? Well? Teas? Well, it's remarkable how hap ly some people can be no matter how |hey look.? Philadelphia Press. Quality vs. Quantity. Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat, but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, your system gets all the nourishment out of all the food you eat. It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the, stomach and conveys the nutri-, cient properties to the blood and , tissues. This builds up . and strengthens the entire system. Kodol cures Indigestion, Dyspep sia, Belching, Sour Stomach, Weak* Heart, etc. Sold by A. R. Corbett, Opera House Drug Store. PopaUrltr of Oatrlch Tip*. The demand for ostrich tips is un doubtedly on the increase, and In many i cases they are now chosen to trim the j under side of the brim and the flowers ! the outside, whereas hitherto the c?a- . trary has been the case. Mnch at the ostrich used Is very little curled. An j arrangement of such tips attached to j the side of an upturned brim and sweeping downward Is called the **wll- ' low plumei" One model Is trimmed at the side In this way with dull yellow i tips to match the straw, white around the crown, and at the back are arrang ed pansies in different shades of mauve, violet and purple brown mixed with their leaves.? Paris Cor. Millinery Trade Review. * * ^ y - rv * " Saved Her Life. Thompson's Barosma was a Blessing to us. My daughter was very pale, nervous, thin and suffered with severe pain in her back so that we took her out of school. Her flesh became blue and she could not retain her urine. I spent over $100.00 for medicines, but she grew worse. Finally I bought a bottle of Thompson's Barosma, Backache, Kidney and Liver Cure and she began to grow better right away. Five bottles of Thompson's Barosma made a complete cure and today she is a perfectly healthy girl. Thompson's Barosma saved her life, for she was failing so fast that death was not far off. Thompson's Bar osma works wonders. ? Frank D. Meeder, Pleasantville, Pa. Thompson's Barosma, 50c. and $1.00 Hill Brothers, Druggist*. The Window Habit. In "nearly every home in New York that has windows fronting on thoRe av enues traversed by elevated trains there sire one or more particular cush ions known as the "elevated cushions." As their name implies, they are cush ions on which the members of the fam ily rest tlieir elbows when leaning out of the window to look at either the passing elevated trains or what is Ru ing on in the street below. This look ing out of the window habit is particu larly a New York one, one that is no ticed Immediately by those coining here from out of town. Residents of other cities look out of their windows if there is anything in particular going on, but here women and children by day and men, women and children by night may be said fairly to live with their heads projecting from the win dows. This habit is not prompted by any particular curiosity; it is simply born of the desire to be in touch with what is going on, though one may be a hundred feet above it.? New York Trib une. A Smrcrmtloii. Doctor (to pressing creditor)? If you must bring your bill every day, at least you might come with your head tied up, so that people would think you were a patient! Knowledge dwells in heads replete with thoughts of other men, wisdom hi minds attentive to their own.? Cow per. No Secret About It It is no secret that for Cuts, j Burns, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Sore Eyes, Boils, etc, nothing is so ef- 1 fective as Bucklin's Arnica Salve. "It didn't take long to I cure a bad sore I had and it is all I 0. K. for sore eyes," writes D. L. Gregory, of Hope, Tex. 25c at j D. A. Hendershot's Drug Store. Booth and Lincoln's Death Maak. 1 A touching reminiscence of the great 'f actor Edwin Booth is told In connec- j tion with Lawrence Hutton's collection j of death masks in "Talks In a Libra ry," recorded by Isabel Moore: Caunt's was one of the two masks In i the collection which affected Booth ' most. The other, naturally enough, tart j in a very, very different way, wa? that ' of Lincoln. I shall never forget the first time h? saw the Lincoln mask. He asked innocently enough whose it was, and when I told him, ray heart for a moment stopping to beat, he rose from his scat, took it in his hands and looked at it for a long time withont a word. What it meant to him we can imagine. The whole awful, awful busi ness came back to him? the mad, dead i brother; the martyred, murdered presi dent Still, without a word, he put Jt back in Its place, and it seemed to rae as he did so that he kissed It with his fingers. I have seen him in that room look at it silently over his pipe many and many a time. But he never touch ed it or spoke of it again, even to me. What he thought of it heaven only Vnowa. > Ten Times Easier. It is ten times easier to cure all I coughs, croup, whooping cough, j and all lung and bronchial affec-i tions when the bowels are open. \ Kennedy's Laxative Honey and; Tar, is the original Laxative1 Cough Syrup. Gently moves the bowels, and expels the cold from the system. Best for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. Remember the name "Ken nedy's" and see that the red clover blossom and the honey bee is onthe bottle. Sold by A. R. ; Corbett, Opera House Drug Store. ! ARTISTIC . JOB PRINTING. The Daily Review has during the past week received several! hundred dollars worth of new job type of the latest and neatest pat terns, and is now thoroughly equipped for turning out the best possible job printing in the most artistic and up-to-date styles. The book bindery has also been improved, and we have every facility for making books, rebind ing old books, binding magazines, etc. j Our prices are reasonable; our work unexcelled. Telephone Sis jtersville Daily Review, No. d-2, and our representative will call cn yon. 1875 OLDEST FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY IN TYLER COUNTY 1905 Ninety-fifth Annual Exhibit OF THE HARTFORD Fire Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, CONN. J3NUARY I, 1905. ASSETS. Cash on hand, in Bank and Cash items .$ Cash in hands of Agents and in course of Transmission Rents and Accrued Interest Real Estate Unincumbered Loans on Bond and Mortgage (1st lien) Loans on Collateral Security Bank Stock, Hartford, market value.. Bank Stock, New York, market value Bank Stock, Boston, market value.. Bank Stock, Albany & Montreal, mar ket value Railroad and Miscellaneous Stocks... State, City and Railroad Bonds Other Assets 'J....... * 667,558.38 I 2,470,382.10 11,621.87 946,500.00 696,794<X> 4.800.00 404,628.00 458,470.00 45,500.00 99,883.83 1,337,301.50 8,435,01332 54,030.99 Total Asaets $15,632,483.34 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $ 2,250,000.00 Reserve for Re-insurance 9,010,890.59 Reserve for all Unsettled Claims 1,453,344.08 Net Surplus 4,036,248.67 Surplui to Policy Holders. ... 5,276,248.67 "We call your attention to the item of losses paid of SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS, which is a vast sum, yet it was paid without the sacrifie of the company's se curities. On the contrary, cask assets show an increase of over one million dollars, while the net surplus has also increased nearly one hundred thous and dollars. i We represent other large com panies equally as well backed financially, such as the Pennsylvania, of Philadelphia. Phoenix Assurance Co., of Lon don ; home office, Wheeling, W.Va. Pelican Insurance Co. of New York. Phoenix Assurance Co., of Brook lyn, N. Y. Atlas Assurance Co., of London. German Insurance Co., of Pitts burg, Pa. Rochester-German, of Rochester, N. Y. Calumet Insurance Company, of Illinois. The United Firemens' Insurance Company, of Philadelphia, Pa. The Metropolitan Plate Glass In surance Company, of New York. The Lloyds' Plate Glass Insurance Company, of New York. Continental Causaulity, of Chica go, 111. Under the Insurance rules and regulations in force in this city every policy has to be approved by the Stamping Secretary, so it's impossible to get a policy unless all the rules and rates are follow ed out. In other words, every in surance company charges the same rates. It is then dimply a question of which is the best com pany, as all charge the same rates. The above companies are old established insurance compan ies, pay your losess promptly and without any quibbling. Sclect your company, and in choosing any of the above named com panies you can make no mistake. We can insure you in any of the companies above named. We do not advertise big companies in our agency and then write your policy in a small, unknown company. If you want insurance in the big Hartford you ean get it from us. If you burn down or are damaged by fire yon can have your insurance for the asking. J. H. McCoy, Agent I SISTERSVILLE, W, VA.