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What more can you askf Medium sized dressed Chickens for your Sunday dinner, also a full line of Vegetables and Fruits. Lettuce. Asparagus. Fancy Tomatoes. Cauliflower. Home Grown Peas. Home Grown Beets. Large Ripe Water Mellons. _ . Fancy Strawberries and Red Raspberries. Cherries. . . Radishes. Cucumbers. Green Beans. Yellow Wax Beans. New Potatoes. Rockey Ford Gems. Fancy Jumbo Bananas. We are headquarters for the famous Magaws Cream Cheese. It's equal is unknown. It is made in Crawford county, Pa., which is the greatest cheese manufacturing country in the world. L. L. FRANTZ "THE LEADING GROCER' 316 Diamond ?t., Siatersville, W. Va. ? ????utMiiimmm #########ihhhhhhhhkhmhhni Healthy Exercise The most healthy exercise one can get is that of going to the bank often to deposit savings. It is helpful to the mind as well as the body as it makes the pros pects of the future brighter. This bank encourages deposits as small as $1 and pays 4 per cent, semi-annually on all savings ac counts. Open an account with us and let us help you. Tyler County Bank Sistersville, W. Va. ? ??? aaaaaaA. Fisk's Corner Pianos, Organs, Sewing Ma chines, Talking Machines, etc. Repairing of Organs and Sewing Machines. We can make them sew as good as new. Give us a trial. Write us. We travel by wagon everywhere. No trouble to call and give prices on repairing. Singer Sewing Machines from $18.50 to $24.80. f 4 L. L FISK 401 Diamond Street, Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines. LADIES! See Our Show Window 34 styles of Oxfords to select from, White Black and Tan. If you want a new and up-to date (Word come and see us. "We have just what you want to see the Saturday Club. Kotzebue & Murrey ' The Shoe Sellers, 623 Wells St. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue of the authority vest- J ed in me by a deed of trust bear ing date the 30th day of Janu ary ,1904, executed by Charles W. Cox of Sistersville, W. Va., to the undersigned, A. B. Wilson, as trus tee, to secure P. B. Lowry, special receiver for Bessie Morrow and others, the payment of a certain note therein described, and re corded in the clerk's office of the county court of Tyler county, and the state of West Virginia, in trust deed book No. 11, at page 351, the undersigned being re quired so to do by the special re ceiver for said Bessie Morrow and others, the creditors secured by said deed of trust, and said note now being due and payable, and default having been made in the payment thereof, will offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on the premises, hereinafter de scribed, on the 1st day of June, 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m., the fol lowing real estate, to-wit: That certain lot or parcel of land sit uate in Lincoln district, Tyler county, near the cemetery, bound ed and described as follows: Beginning at a post corner, cor ner to the cemetery, thence 90 de grees east 4 4-5 poles to a stake, corner to Robert Travis' land; thence north 79 degrees west 15 poles to a stake in a line of Mrs. Elizabeth Woods' line; thence south 38% degrees west 10% poles to a stake corner to ceme tery; thence east 20% poles to place of beginning, containing 2 rods and 29 poles, more or less. Together with all the appurten ances thereto and therewith be longing, being the same parcel of land conveyed to the said Charles W. Cox by Jonathan Rice and wife by deed bearing date the 30th day of September, 1901. A. B. WILSON, Trustee. At the request of the lien deb tor, C. W. Cox, and by consent of the lien creditor, J. C. Morrow, special Receiver of Bessie Morrow, et al., I continue the sale of the above described property until July, the 1st., 1905, at the same hour and the same place. Given under my hand this firsa day of June, 1905. A. B. WILSON. Trust** ? _ _ Subscribe for the Daily Review. STOLE FOR HIS MOTHER ? u ? Who Was Starving, But He Was Sent to the Re form School Just the Same? Sad Story of a Manly Boy. Parkersburg, June 15 ? Charles Satterfield, o boy scarcely in his teens, faced Judge Dayton in Uni ted States court yesterday, plead ed guilty to the charge against him and was ordered sent to the State Reform School. Young Satterfield stole money from a registered letter. He nev er denied the theft, but he said that his widowed mother was starving and that he stole the money so that he could buy her food. And his story was true. The boy was a bright faced youngster, and all Fairmont was interested in his case. He was employed as a messenger at the postoffice in that town, and was frequently sent to deliver special delivery letters. He was a prime favorite with Postmaster Kendall and all the attaches in the gov ernment building. He was polite attentive and apparentlv always cheerful. They never suspected that dur ing the rigors of last winter his little heart was heavy with the sufferings of his sick mother and the gnawing of hunger of his lit tle brothers and sisters; they didn't know that the little mite of a boy was "the man of the house." that the few Dennies he earned was the income of the fam ily. If they had known these things they would have come to the rescue of the struggling, plucky little chap and saved him from committing an offense and the disgrace that resulted. But one day when the snows in that mountain coal town lay deep est and when the cold was inten sest, little Charles Satterfield ri fled a letter and bouerht meat and bread. He didn't try to hid his crime, he made a clean breast of it. Standing before the postoffice inspectors, before Postmaster Kendall, with the office force forming a circle around him, with the deep snow and biting cold without, he said: "Yes, I stole the money. I knew it was wrong to do it. I fought against stealing money many times before. But mother is sick and the children are starv ing. There is no meat, or bread or coal in. the house. I just had to steal." Somehow, those who looked in to the lad's face and heard his words just knew that he was tell ing the truth. Those who had wives and children at home, well fed and warm, thought of them and of this mite of a boy and "his" starving family. Some how or other big lumps came into their throats, and eyes glistened with tears. Afterwards when a thorough investigation proved the unquestioned truth of the no/?s story, Post master Kendall, w 10 loved the boy, hid his face in his in Hs handerehief. That evening all Fairmont knew tbe story. Little Charlie Satterfield's sick mother and starving brothers and sisters had plenty to eat, lots of clothes and fire in the house ? but it was all too late, the world's cruelty had made a thief out of the material j from which the manly men are j made. Charlie Satterfield was not put in jail. The postmaster went on his bond. Hundreds of others wanted to, but one bondsman was enough. It was decided that the Reform School would be the best place for the boy, and he was accord ingly ordered sent there. Fair mont people promised him to care well for the mother and children while he was away, and he has promised to get an education, learn a trade and go back to Fair mont at the end of his three year sentence and live out hi^ life/ among the people there in such a way that his crime will be forgot ten and his position in life re spected. IT'S ALWAYS BAD. The Best of Backs are Bad When They Ache, and Sistersville ' People Know It. A bad back is always bad. Bad at night when bedtime comes, Just as bad in the morning. Ever try Doan's Kidney Pills for it Know they cure backache ? cure every kidney ill If you don't some people do. Read a case of it: Mrs. J. C. Conway, wife of J. C. Conway, assistant engineer at the penitentiary, living at 802 Morton avenue. Moundsville, W. Va., says: "I suffered from backache and pains through the kidneys and loins. Some of the attacks were very severe, render ing stooping and lifting well nigh impossible. In addition to that] I could not obtain a good night V sound rest, and in the morning I was very poorly prepared to com- 1 mence the most trivial housework, i How to cure these annoyances was a mystery. Finally I heard of Doan's Kidney Pills, and used them. They benefitted me won derfully. I was able to sleep well, the backache was removed and I felt better in every way." I For sale by all dealers. Price,] 50 cents. Foster-Milbum com pany, Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name? Doan's ? and take no other. Kuhltlnjf It In. They seem to look oue light through. Minn Wise? But thoy don't, Just the sauie. Simpleton? Why not? Miss Wise ? Because you are too dense. Endleaa Chain. On her first visit to the country one small ehikl delightedly watched the milking of the cow, and when this process was finished the cried, "Oh, say, grandpa, j>our the milk back and do it over again!"? Llppincott's Maga zine. GERMAN GLEANINGS. The barbers of Berlin are up Id arms agalust the grorwiug custom among men of weariug beards. German postofflce employees must obtain the sj?ecial permission of the government before they may marry. Fully 75 per cent of tbe riffal popu lation of the Prussian province of Sax ony ?as drifted to the large cltids, 0ays the Hanover Courier. As Richard Wagner's widow declar ed that the noise which automobiles caused was out of harmony with the poetical atmosphere of Bafrevth, the municipal authorities hare prohibited them from entering tbe town. Duchess Cecilia on arrlrlag la Berlin on the eve of her marriage will be es corted to the kaiser's palace by batch era. They will wear dress suits, silk hats, white gloves, patent leather shoes j and white ties. They are privileged to ret us escorts as long as the Moben r.y.'erns rc'^n in r.-ss^n. i There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was sup posed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and on their failure pronounced it incura ble. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney h Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only con stitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses of from ten drops to a teasfcoonfuL It acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundrer dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Pills for constipa tion. i i fiftaMMMMMEgiaa felUrtottUteUst* ttM M BttkMU* trlU. ?c ? mt dm. h?|trW it Ui Uk> mtM7?II.0>VW aOjJbWeMj^JIJL Two Dyspeptics If you are too fat it is because ywir food turn* to fat instead of muscle ? strength. If you art too loan the fat producing foods that you oat are not property directed aad assimilated Lean, thin, etringy people do not here enough Pepsin in the stomach, while fat people hare too much Pepsin and not enough Pancreatine. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all ths digestive juices that art found in a healthy stomach, and ia exactly those proportions necessary Is enable the stomach and digestirs organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten. Kodol is not only a perfect | digestant, but it is a reconstructive, tie- | sus building tonic as welL Kodol curve Indigestion, Dyspepsia Stfur Stomaofe, Heartburn, Palpitation of the Heart aM I Constipation. You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach, rsbuilds the tissues and givss firm flesh. For Sale by A. R. Corbitt. Trustee's Sale. | By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated the 2nd day of De cember, 1903, executed by Anna B. Queen, and Kore Queen, her husband, to the undersigned trus tee, I will on Saturday, July 1st, 1905, between the hours of 10 a. m., and 4 p. m., on that day, on the premises hereinafter described sell the same to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand on day of sale, the following describ ed real estate, to-wit ; that certain lot, parcel or tract of land, to gether with all and singular the appurtenances thereon, situate on Brown Betty street, in the City of Sistersville, Lincoln District, Ty ler County, West Virginia, more particularly described as follows: bounded on the south by Brown Betty street, on the west by prop erty now occupied by George E. Work, on the north by alley (' the east by property now occupied by Harry Work, and being 36 3 12ths feet on Brown Betty street by 105 feet in length running back to said alley C, and the part of same lot conveyed by George W. Stocking and wife to J. W. Boyers by deed bearing date the 7th day of August, 1894, and of record in the office of the Clerk of the Coun ty Court of Tyler County, in Deed Book No. 24, page 254, and the same property conveyed by J. W. Boyers to John H. Whittlesey by deed bearing date on the 4th day of January, 1895, and of record in the office of the aforesaid clerk in deed book No. 24, page 92, and the 8a me property conveyed by John H. Whittlesey and wife to the said Sallie C. Simon, by deed bearing date the 3rd day of Octo ber, 1896, and of record in the office aforesaid in Deed Book No. 30, page 278, and conveyed by said Queen to the undersigned trustee by deed recorded in said Clerk's office, in deed of Trust Book No. 11. page 305. Said property is advertised for sale at the request of the Tyler County Bank, whose claim against said property is $2,700, with inter est. Given under my hand this, the 1st day of June, 1905. FRANK D. McCOY, 4tw Trustee. Low Bate Excursions to Portland Oregon. Acount Lewis and Clark Exposition, will be effect via the Wisconsin Central Railway. If you intend to go to Portland this year ask the ticket agent to make your ticket read via Wiscomin Central between Chicago and St. Paul. Pullman sleepers, free re clining chair cars and a la carte meals make the journey' comfort able and pleasant. Further in formation cheerfully given by ad dressing W. H. Allen, T JL 621 Park Bailding, Pittsburg Pa. Rabecrib* for th* Daily Review. Is not made , to last * ? * * i? , Forever I Following is' the list of wl for quality and price, taken 1 gether cannot be surpassed: Tidal, 3-4 inch, 4 ply, 12c ft now 10a Whirlpool, 3-4 inch, 5 ply, 15c ft, now 12 l-2c. Torrent, <J-4 inch, 7 ply, 18c. ft., now 15o. ftj Leader, 1-2 inch, 5 ply, 10c. ft now 81-40. Tiger, 1-2 inch, 6 ply, 12c ft. now lOo. ft| Terrior, 1-2 inch, 7 ply, 14c. ft., now . . . . 111-20. Dandy, 1-2 inch ,7 ply, 15c. ft. DOW 12 1-20. Remember the above price? ai just for a few days. tl 4 The Durham Hard ware Co. * PROFESSIONAL NOTIOIS. 1. H. McCoy. Clifford V. ChnroH McCOY & CHURCH, Lawyp->. Offices in Masonic Temple. Sistersville, W. Va. DR. G. W. SHRIVER. ? fc Office formerly occupied by Di H. G. Meek, opp. Postoffice. All calls answered day or nigh 71 ISAAC M. UNDERWOOD^ Lawyer and Notary. Office: In Bank Building, MiddJ bourne, W. Va. G. D. SMITH, Attorney-at-Law. *rompt attention given to 4*1) tiona and all litigation. # Office: Over the Pleaaanti Gov Bank, St. Marys, W. 1 C. B. HIGGLE, Attomey-at-Law, Notary Public. Commissioner of Office: Maaonic Building, Street, Middlebourne. ^ f. D.YOUNG. M.D. Attorneys-at-Lsw. Will practise m State and Federal Courts. Notary sad pher in Ofles. tbstraeting titles carefully neatly dons. Offeet Oiston Block, WsUs OisteiiTilW, W, ?|, BUSINESS COLLEGE' S?Ki?8f1855 Mi room-rest for Hts months. Skilled tesehert. Lsrre "J***}*** ?ad recitation looms. 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