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THE FORTY-THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE NATIONAL EDUCATION A ASSOCIATION WIL MEET AT ST. LOUIS JUNE 2S-JULY 1, 1904. Programs .may .be .secured by writing Dr. Irwin Shepanl, Secretary N. E. A.. IVinona. Minn. \V. Va. Headquarters will be at the W. Va. building where every effort will be ; to make your stay a pleasant Active Members will meet at the v ? .Headquarters Tuesday afternoon at . half-past five for the purpose of selecting a member of the nominating committee. Registration and Assignment Headquarters will be at the Model Town II."'; cuui yi Uio muuci v..^: j> " .m.? the grounds at the Linden avenue entrance. The outside registration headquarters and assignment bureau will be located at Music I-Iall. corner of Olive and Fourteenth streets, near Jk. the Union depot. Meetings will b6 held on the Exposition grounds. The programs are f" planned to. bear upon the educational exhibits. The week following the |p meeting can be profitably spent in ijv; ; careful study of the exhibits, as exI-tra assistants will be in attendance - that week to aid N. E. A. members. . Railroad Rates on account of the Exposition, will vary, depending upon the time that is desired by the f . purchaser at St, Louis. Four kinds ..-V; of tickets will be sold, none of which "r ? carry with them the membership fee ,- - . as in former years. Season tickets 1 1 will be sold at twenty per cent, re& 'j - duction. Sixty day tickets will be S;, sold at one and one-third fare for ^ the round trip. Fjfteen day tickets will be sold for one fare plus two I,- dollars, (not membership fee.) Coach excursion tickets will be sold for approximately one cent per mile, but they are only sold on certain days, are limited to one week and cannot , be used in parior or steeping cars. ... Membership Fee should be paid by |S-s all teachers, even though it might be avoided. The Association will lie y ! at the usual expense in connection ?/'. with the meeting and needs your asy A sistance. Members will be furnished a book of ten admission coupons for $3.00. A remittance of $5.00 to Secpgbi.V retary Shepard will secure a membership certificate and a ten admission ticket. *: Hotels are numerous. The Inside Inn, the only hotel located within the grounds, is the headquarters hotel. I Moderate prices prevail. Application?for rooms should be made to E. h' - ar. Statler, Manager Inside Inn. Exit"/ ' \V. A. Carpenter, Board of Educaposition Grounds, St. Louis. - ~~ tion Rooms, Ninth- and Locust J, . . streets, is the Secretary of the Com* mittee on Reception and Assignment, and will be glad to furnish information as to other hotels and lodging places. i ' All active members are especially requested to co-operate jn organizing parties for the Boston Convention. Baggage can be checked through from wheeling and intermediate points to the Wabash World's Fair ' station, situated directly in front of the main entrance to the World's Fair Grounds. ? The Registration Headquarters are located just inside the grounds at the main entrance. Through sleepers and free reclin5; tog chair cars will be in service daily on fast "World's Fair trains leaving * Wheeling late in the afternoon and reaching the World's Fair City in the early morning. Every effort to promote the teachers' comfort will be made and an upto-date service assured. Coach excursion tickets at rate of $11.50 from Wheeling. Teachers from surrounding towns and their friends are cordially invited to join this party. Further information can be given by LUCY ROBINSON. . State Director, Wheeling, W. Va. j Extra Pay For Volunteers. : WASHINGTON, June 5.?The Court of Claims has rendered judgment for extra pay in 04 cases of officers who served in the Volunteer Army during the war with Spain. T'Vif* amount invnlvprl is hetWPfn $12 000 and $14,000. Congress provided B for this extra pay to volunteers mnsWj tered out of service without furBty r lough, but through rulings of the *, Treasury Department many officers t-ho were ^ield to military duty dur. ing the entire period of the furlough were deprived of the benefits. The Court of Claims did not accept the jj - decision of the Comptroller of the gMT- . Treasury. 'Mm Edison's Moving Pictures. & Declare room of the M. B. Church, t Monday and -Tuesday evenings, "^ -^seosion, adults 25c, children, 15c. Mjfa^need of a bicycle we igjine from $20 to $40. vee% Store. s' FOLK DECLINES TO PRESIDE Doesn't Want to Be Chairman of Democratic Convention. ST. LOUIS, June 5.?At a confer-j ence between Norman E. Mack, of I New York, Democratic National com- mitteeman, and Joseph \V. Folk, relative to the latter's name being considered in connection with the tem-; porary chairmanship of the National j Democratic convention, Mr. Folk de clined to sanction the use of his j xiaixie; -"ur. s ?. * u . "The subcommittee of the national | committee which met here a few da3*s ago considered three names for this honor? Mr. Folk, Hon. John i Sharp Williams, of Mississippi, and j Mayor David S. Rose, of Milwaukee. "In our conversation to-day the matter was mentioned and Mr. Folk said that he did not'wish to be considered in connection with the temporary chairmanship because his first obligation was to the people of Missouri, and he felt that acceptance of the chairmanship might be misinterpreted under the circumstances. "He deprecated all talk connecting his name with the Presidential nomination." The Cry of the Old HouseCome back! My little lads come back! M:*r little maids with starched frocks; ^ My lads, my maids, come back! , The poplar trees are black Against the keen, lone throbbing sky; The tang of the old box Fills the clear dusk from wall to wall, And the dews fall. Come back! I watch. I cry: heave the rude wharf, the mart; j < Come back! , - Am I forgot: My days as they were not? The warm, sweet, crooning tunes: The Sunday afternoons, Wrought but for you: The larkspurs growing tall. You wreathed in pink and blue. Within your prayer books small: The Clipboards carved both in and j. out. With curious, prickly vine. And smelling for and near: The pictures in a row, Of folks you did not know; The toys, the games, the shrill, gay rout: The lanterns, that at hour for bed, A charmed, but homely red. Went flickering from shed to shed. The fagots crumbling, spicy, good. Brought in from the great wood: The Dark that held you all about: The Wind that would not go? Come back, my women and my men. And take them all again! Not yet, not yet. Can you forget? For you that are a man. You battle not or reap, you dream nor plan; And you, so gray of look. You cannot pluck a rose or read a book, Co aught for faith, or fame, or tears. But I am there with all my years, Oh. one and all. When at the evenfall, Your slim giris sing out on the stair, Co. I am there! When blow the cherry boughs so fair Athwart your slender town yards far away, Co, all at once you have no word to say: For at your throat a sharp, strange thing? An old house set in an old spring! Come back! Come up the still, accustomed, wistful lands. The poplar-haunted lands. You need not call, For I shall know. And light the candles tall, Set wine and loaf a-row. Come back! Unlatch the door. And fall upon my heart once more. For I shall comfort you, oh, iad; Oh, daughter, I shall make you wholly glad! ? The wreck, the wrong. The unavailing throng. The sting, the smart. Shall be as they were not. Forgot, forgot! Come back! And fail upon my heart! ?Lizette Woodworth Reese, in Atlantic Monthly. Had His Arm Burned. Henry Chamberlain, colored cook at the Manley, had his right arm se verely burned Saturday: PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LAWYERS. JAS. A. MEREDITH, Attorney at Law, FAIRMONT, XV. Va. Office, B. A. Fleming Building. : JOHN L. LEHMAN, Lawyer, ; | FAIRMONT. VV. Va. OIHce, Hall Block. A. O. STANLEY, Attorney at Law. FAIRMONT. Vv\ Va. Office. T. VV. Fleming Building. W. S. MEREDITH, Attorney at Law, FAIRMONT, W. Va. Office. Hall Block. A. L. LEHMAN, Attorney at Law, FAIRMONT, \V. Va. Office, Hail Block. C. H. LEEDS, Attorney at Law. FAIRMONT, VV. Va. Office. Hall Block. HARRY SHAW, Lawyer, FAIRMONT, VV. Va. DfRce. Haymond bl'dg., Jefferson St. E. M. SHOW ALTER, Attorney at. Law, FAIRMONT. VV. Va. Office in W. A. Fleming Building. ' T. IN. PARKS. Attorney at Law, FAIRMONT, VV. Va. Office Main St., Opposite Court-house. ; A. S. FLEMING, Attorney at. Law, FAIRMONT. VV. Va. Office. 202 Main Street. E. F. HARTLEY, Attorney at Law, FAIRMONT. VV. Va. D.Tice, First National Bank Building. PHYSICIANS. C. 0. HENRY, M. D? Physician and Surgeon. FAIRMONT. \V. Va. Office, Second Floor, Hail Block. H. R. JOHNSON, M. D., Practice Limited to the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. FAIRMONT. W. Va. Office, Second Floor. Hall Block. DR. L. B. BURK, Freatment, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. OFFICE, 304 MAIN STREET. Hours?12 to 3 P. M., 7 to 9 P. M. Otherwise by Appointment. JOHN R. COOK, M. D? FAIRMONT. TV. Va. Office at Hospital. ' DR. D. L. L. YOST, . , Office 225 Jefferson Street. Residence, new building, Fairmont ave. DR. V. A. SELBY, FAIRMONT, \V. Va. Office in Cunningham Block. W. C. & JESSE A. JAMISON. Physicians and burgeons, FAIRMONT, \V. Va. Office 30C Main Street. WOMAN'S HOSPITAL. F. W. Hill, M. D.?Corner of Quincy and Jackson street. Office Hours: 10 A. M. to 12 M., 7 to 9 P. M. DR. EUGENE W. LOMAX. 312 Main St.. Fairmont. W. Va. HOURS?S to 11 A. M.; 2 to 5 P. M.: G to 9 P. M. Consolidated 'Phone 331. DENTISTS. Dr. A. R. BADGLEY, DENTIST: Vitalized Air Given for Extraction if Desired. Prices Reasonable. All Work Guaranteed. Dr. J. O. McNEELY, DENTIST. Alain Street, FAIRMONT, W. Va. DR. W. J. BOYDSTON, Dental Surgeon. Office. 107 Alain street. Opposite Postoffice. L. G. ICE, DENTIST. Porcelain Work a Specialty. Yost Building. CALL FOR PROHIBITION CONVENTION. The Prohibitionists of Marion county, West Virginia, are hereby called to meet in mass convention m \\ nlard Hall, Fairmont, June 11th, 1904. at 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of making nominations for all county offices to be voted for at the coniing November election, and to elect delegrates to the State Prohibition convention. which meets in Clarksburg June 1G, 1904. By order Executive Committee. J. A. SWIGER, Chairman. C. M. 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By this power a strong/and lasting love i'or yourself can be created in the heart of the one of your choice, or the influence of another person over the one you love can be readily broken off. It is that power by which cne person can . control the minds of others, cause persons to love and respect them, make friends and retain their friendship. It is the secret of success in ali undertakings. Valuable information, advice and instruction given on all matters of importance, such as business, investments, wills, property, estates in foreign countries, law suits, marriage, domestic troubles, divorce, promotion or advancement in occupation or business, collection of money, payment of debts, etc. Absent friends, lost or stolen articles located and returned. Buried treasures, valuable minerals, oils, gas. etc., located by maps and charts received in psychic trance state. Marriage with the one of your choice Drougni kiioul speeuuy uy is'; ou g silent forces. 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