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BEGINS
county superintendents get
i.:-' handsome increase in salary
this year.
?CHARLESTON, Jnly 2.?Yesterday!
I' JU the 1st day of Jnly, and the be?
ginning of the new license year, made'
> :. so by the act of the recent legislature |
R ''.which changed the beginning of the
| "/license year from May 1st to Jnly 1st
Si's ' in order that the State license year
I?, might conform with the government
t- The past Jew days have witnessed a
? ? 'sir? wttmKae rtf 0V1 a Mora
(iWicase jii me uu?uv?? ?. vwHtw
i granted at the Secretary of State'i of.
flee to corporations, because of the
\ change in the license year, but on
Monday, and thereafter the charters
y ' wfl) be granted In large numbers as
I heretofore,
The 1st of July, Is also the Jay
. fixed for the new school officers In
counties and districts of the State to
assume their duties of the office,
it- M. P. Shawkey yesterday succeeded
.f M. H. Eplln, as county superintendent
of schools In Kanawba county, and
all over the State two new members of
the district boards of education, went
into office. The new school laws pass
ed by the last legislature provide that
on the first Monday In July, which
fell this year on the first Jay of July,
the district boards of education shall
meet and lay a (pvy upon the taxable
property of the district for the maintenance
of the schools.
'Joe couuiy Buperjiii^micuiD cn
schools of the several countries, who
went Into office Monday, and those
who are holdovers, wfll be found In
the column below. The holdovers are
those designated by a star in front of
their name:
Barbour, A. F. Shroyer, Phlllppi.
Berkeley, Willis F. Evans, Mar"
tinsburg.
Boone, W. W. Hall, Madison.
Brajton, M. W. Skidmore, Ne>wville.
Brooke, 'George W, Hog^' Follanebee.
Cabell, *Ira F. Hatileld, Huntington.
.1
Calhoun, C. J. Gainer, Arnoklsburg.
Clay, B. F. Murphy. Clay.
Doddridge, Howard M. Gasklns,
Flint
Fayette, A. G. Sevey, Oak Hill.
Gilmer, 'Worth Davis, Normantown.
Grant Elmer H. Frye, Labmansvilla
Greenbrier, W. F. Richardson, Asburg.
Hampshire, *E. W: Noland. Levels.
Hancock, *T. M. Cochran, New Cumberland.
Th<
We Believe 1
We believe without
doubt that the issues
West Virginian on M
THURSDAYS affords
of Fairmont a better m
other paper publish
county, and as good s
anywhere.
Why?
It is because we hav
tire weekly subscript!'
two issues. The We
ginion is the oldest
in Marion county; wa
1S6S, and has a big list
porters as any paper
West Virginia. The
uses these two Issue;
the benefit of the bes
but reaches a class c
town who have not
appealed to for trade
umns of the dally pap
giving our weekly s
papers a week for tl
has proved to be ver:
our liberal offer is brin
of new subscribers dt
your ao in two
these dates for
one.
Kow we are not ml
tlon la the way of ai
boast, but we present
fair thinking adveri
aa we look at It, and
try It yen will find th:
tually think and see
It
From May 1?t we g
acrlber* the paper fo
Instead of $4.00 son
H
Fairmont daily does.
NOTHING 8UCCE
E CULATION.
Sbkk- ,
Hard)r. *L. 8;-HaJtennkn, LostRtrer.
, r-> '. - ;'3
Harrison, Cyrus a Webb, Bridgeport
Jackson, J, 8. Rhodes, Ripley..
Jefferson, a 0. Turner, Halltown.
Kanawha, M. P. 8bawkejr, Charleston.
Lewis, "L. 0. Losh, Weston.
Lincoln, Albert Dingess, Halcyon.
Marion. "Carter L. Faust Fairmont
Marshall, Albert S. Winter, Moundsjvllle.
Mason, *C. A. Green, Aslbton.
' ? J > /-*?
Mercer, "J. n. uauu, vaiuy
Mineral, George S. Arnold, Borlington.
Mingo, Lindsay Baker, Dingess.
Monongalia, 'Jesse Henry, Morgantown.
Monroe, Charles A. Keadle, Pickaway.
Morgan, P. W. McCoy, Berkeley
Springs.
McDowell, W. A. Lee, Welch.
Nicholas, Harrison Groves, Sammersvllle.
Ohio, J. V. Giffln, Elm Grove.
Pendleton, Flick Warner, Franklin.
Pleasants, A. L. Baker. Schultz.
Pocahontas, *J. B. Grimes, Lobelia.
Preston, *A. W. Carrlco, JRowlesburg.
Putnam. H. A. Stover, Culloden.
Raleigh, W. 0. McGlnnis. Beckley.
Randolph, *W. J. Long. Valley Bend.
Ritchie. ?L. H. Hayhurst, Pullman.
Roane. *N. L. Chancey, Reedy.
Summers. J. E. Keadle, Warford.
Taylor, Delett Newlon, Simpson.
Tucker, H. S. Shafer, Parsons.
Tyler. A. E. Doak, Deep Valley.
t'pshnr, J. H. Ashworth, Bttckiiannon.
Wayne. 'L. G. Ssnsom, Wayne.
Webster, George R. Morton, I-anes
Bottom.
Wetzel, *S. L. Long, Littleton.
Wirt. *J. F. Haverty, Elizabeth.
Wood, C. U Mcvey, wrKersDurg.
Wyoming. W. 0. 8park8. Pineville.
I WHI mail yon tree, w> prove merit,
samples of my Or. Shoop's Restorative
and my Book on either Dyspepsia, the
Heart, or the Kidneys. Troubles of
the Stomachi Heart or Kidneys, are
merely symptom* of a deeper ailment.
Don't mate the common error
of treating symptoms only. Symptoms
treatment if treating the result of
yoar ailment, abd pot ths cause. Weak
Stomach aerves?-the Inside nerves?
meaa Stomach Weakaess, always. And
the Heatt, and Kidnsys as well, have
their controlling or inside nerves.
Weaken these nerves and yon Inevitably
hay* weak vttal organs. Here is
Where Dr. Shoop's Restorative baa
mads Its fame. No other remedy even
claims to treat the 'inside nerves."
Also for bloating, bllHoisness, bad
breath or complexion, ose Dr. Shoop's
Restorative! Write me today for sample
and free book. Dr. Sboop, Racine.
Wis. The Restorative Is sold by E.
A. BltH.tgl^^Co^
b Da
"his ^
a Question of
of tbe Fairmont
ONDAYS AND
tl.e advertisers
ledium than any
ed in Marion
is can he found
e added our en- | j
on list to these
-a.1? Vie.
CKiy MC31 ? t?
paper published ________
s established in
. of as loyal suppublished
in y
merchant who
i not only gets
t local medium,
if people out of
heretofore been
through the coler.
This plan of
ubscribers two
le price of one
y popular and
iglng In numbers
Illy. YOU GET X?Jl.
PAPERS ON
THE PRICE OF
iking this asseri
idle circulation
the matter to a _
Using patronage ????
If you will but
at you will even- A
as we do about ,
I
Enclosed find
live all mail *ub- Virginian.
r $3,00 per year,
lethlng no other
E08 LIKE CIR- ==
All
CUPID AT VASSAR
AND' THREE OTHER NEW PLAYS
ARE IN JULE8 MURV8 PLANS
FOR NEXT SEA80N.
<
Pan] Gllmore in a. new play by Geo.
V. Hobart, the title of which, as yet
not having been decided upon, is to
be announced in tbeteear future, will
begin bis regular season the early part
of September. Tie play deals witb
automobile, business and southwestern
ranch life, a very happy combination
of different atmospheres, with a leading
role, "Jack Hartley," which is said
will It Mr. Gilmore better than anything
be has ever done. "Jack" is a
young fellow witb the automobile habit,
who on a rlsit to New York straightens
out business ventures and incidentally
makes love, and of course
wins the prettiest New York girl, who
by the way is also an automobile enthusiast.
Creston Clarke's new play, whicu
will be flrst presented the middle of
September, is entitled! "The Power
That Governs" and is from the pen of
Mr. Clarke's famous and talented wife.
Miss Adelaide Prince. While all of ita
characters are absolutely modern, and
with the exception of three all easterners
all the scenes of the play take
r>1ang> fn Mctlpn
?"?vv "
W. A. Mbltecar, who for the past
three seasons appeared so successfully
in "The Mummy and the Humming
Bird," will neit season have a new
play dealing with life on the plains
and entitled "An Old 8weetheart of
Mine."
The new college girl play, "Cupid at
Vassar," the first and original play of
the kind erer written, In which Miss
Florence Gear, whom Mr. Murry featured
last season in 1'The Marriage ot
Kitty," will appear supported by a
company of twenty-eight, is what is
now most popularly known as a musical
comedy drama, that is, a play with
music. The music and words for "Cupid
at Vassar" hare been written by
A. Baldwin Sloane and George Totten
Smith, famous throughout the country
as the composer and librettist of "The
Gingerbread Man," "Comln' Thro' the
Rye" and other of the most recent successful
musical comedies.
"At Tale," the hig boy college play
success of the past Benson, will again
be presented the coming season by
two different companies, both thoroughly
equipped and of equal strength
but booked In-different territories, thus
eabling Mr. Murry to present this
play in ecerj city, large or small,
throughout the country.
All these plays will require and receive
complete productions, rcenteally
and In every other respect The easts
are now being completed and first rehearsals
will begin the middle ot July.
ily Dne
\
ss Thu
Twic
Monde
le Year
i
Less Than
FILL THIS OUT TO DAY.
FAIRMONT WEST VIRGINIA PUB. C
Fairmont W. Va.
25e for One Month Subscription to t
Can Afford It
^^^gSS^SSSi^iSlmiiSSmSSiSSUSmm
IN A frrtlfchuLV AOftl 0' WAV
When a man ain't got a cent, and he'i
feeling kind 'of bine.
An' the chads bang dark an* heavy
an' won't let the sunshine. through
It'i a great thing, oh, my brethren, foi
a felltr Juat to lay
His band upon your shoulder In i
friendly sort o' way.
It makes a man feel curious; It maxtr
the teardrops start,
An' you sort o' feel a flutter in the re
gion of the heart ;
You look up and meet his eyes; yot
don't know what to say
When his hand Is on your shoulder It
a friendly sort o' way.
Oh, the world's a curious compound
with Its honey and its gall.
With Its care and bitter crosses, bu
a good worl' after all;
An' a good God must have made It?
leastways, that is what I say.
When a band Is on my shoulder In i
friendly sort o' way. ?
?James Whitcomb Riley.
FA8T8 FOR 31 DAYS.
Or. Eale* Abstains From Food to Learr
Its Effect Later On.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. July 1.?Dr. Irvlns
J. Eales, the Belleville (III.) physical!
who entered upon a fast at noon o:
May 30. partook of food for the flrsi
time In 31 days at noon yesterday. H(
took a glass of malted milk, and wil
fast 24 hours to learn what effect thli
food will have upon him. He wantec
to test the effect of abstinence frou
food upon the entire system to be fol
lowed by a test of all foods,
Beginning his fast at 192 pounds, he
lost 28 pounds. His lung capacity hat
Increased from 290 to 305 cubic Inches
Yesterday he lifted to elbow heigh1
with one hand weights of 35 and 104
pounds with apparent ease. He als<
I _hh . ii hold a man weigh
lilBcy n?u ?> u,'..
log 142 poundi.
DOES YOUR 8CALR ITCHf
Ar? Your Hair* Dropping On* By One!
If yoor scalp Itches you arw doubttos:
Buffering from dandruff. Th dandral
genn Is digging up ffehr sealp In HOI*
lakes. eaHed dandruff uf sapping Hm
Iff* of thai hair bulb. No hair prepara
Hon that t* a tasrs halt stimulant aat
toale will cure dandruff, bscausa II
wont WH ths gem thai abuses tht
trouble. Newbrot HerpleWw le th?
latest BdentMc itflsee*err: and it wit
kill the dandruff gera. Destroy Cm
cause, and you pernors a? effect; kll
ths germ and you, will bars no mot*
daadruff, falling 'hair will Hare jk
more dandruff, filling hair or bald
neee. Sold by leading druggists. Sent
10c in stamps for sanpt# to' Tbs Ner
jpldde Co.. Detroit, Mich. Two aires
:56c and fLOO. 8. A- gljtlagslsa A Co.
I apeclal agents.
Wes
$3C
an One <
e-a-\
iy eond T1
$l.o<
TWO Cen
0. I
he Daily Wert Enclosed
Wert Vir|
Name
Ackiress | |
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-2/. - .
Laws in Eifcl
;
. URGE REVENUES WILL BE OE
RIVED BY THE GOVERNMENT
UNDER THEM.
I -
The new Immigration laws, plaelai
numerous restrictions noon the Incom
ing or undesirable foreigners, will g
Into effect on Monday. Tbe most In
' portent change brought about by the*
acts, which congress passed In Fet
1 ruaiy, ts the Increase of the head ta:
from fI to $4, with the prorlsion tha
1 all orer 12,000,000 of the revenue a
derived will revert to the United State
treasury Instead of being entirely <d<
voted to the uses of the Immlgratloi
t bureau. In so much as the Immlgn
tlon for the past two years has beei
. over a million annually, the income t
the government from this source wi!
, be considerable. Another chang
makes tbe steamship companies sub
Ject to a tine of $100 for transportlm
physically or mentally defective 1mm!
grants, or those afflicted with loatl
some or contagious diseases. The 1st
i farther provides for thee xportatlon o
women found to be leading immora
; lives within three yearn after their ai
i rival. The Immigration officials ar
i also empowered to arrest those wh
t harbor women of this character am
Axes a fine of 25.000 and Imprison
I ment for five years In the event of cor
i vlctlon for such offenses.
I The emperor and empress of Ger
i many will visit the Queen of Denmarl
- st Copenhagen on July 3d. It Is rumoi
ed In Danish court circles that the em
> peror's third son. Prince Adelbert, 1
. vwo-arrsxj tn PHtirpM Thvra. the secom
. daughter of King Frederick,
t Ad Interesting ceremony planned fo
) July 4th la the dedication of the Johi
> Harvard Memorial chapel In 8t 8?
Wore Church at 8onthwark. Bng
where John Harvard, founder of Hat
vard University, was christened, an
where the body of his father lies.
The one hundredth anniversary o
' the birth at Gulseppe Garibaldi, th
' liadahi Nberatpr, will be oetsbrate
' throaghtmt Italy, aa July 4th. Tb
' gBverawtat has appropriated WOO,SO
1 to he AlstiVhoted among the patriot
' followers who are ifc aeed.
I ' ' .V w ,
t Raw Membsra
t Cleveland Leader.
> There Is a society tor the spreai
I of good manners Ih New York. Thos
p who Wslt the, city wilt decide that tfr
I organization must bs very ezcluslvi
> Staoe 1880 more than 700.000,000,00
feet of Umber baVe been cut In th
I United States for lumber alone. It
eluding 80,000,000,000 feet at conifei
. oue Umber in excess of the total cot
, Iferons atumpage estimate of the eat
8us In 1880.
t~vi
5y Ale
)0
Cent SL I
A/eel
hursday
1 One \
ts Per VA/e<
FILL THIS OUT TO DAY.
FAIRMONT WEST VIRGINIAN PUB1
Fairmont, W. Va.
find 25c for 3 month! Subscription
jlnlan.
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auDScnue m
' ' '
WILL SPEAK AT WHEELING ON
WELCOMING DAY OF HOME
COMING WEEK.
CHARLESTON. July ? ? Governor
j' Wm. M. O. Dawson mi accepted au
J invitation to apeak at Wheeling on
welcoming day. one of the big days
of the Wheeling observance of Went
e Virginia home coming week. He will
^ go to the first city and will be accomJ
panted by a large party of his staff
{ and other prominent people from this
Ql end of the 8tate tn September, when
the event occurs.
"Dont you think." asked Mrs. OIJ?
castle, "that Hiss Wltherspoon has a
>? patdclan face?"
I "Oh," replied her hostess. hanging
o her 160.000 necklace over the back
II of a chair, "I don't think she has. She
* claims, at least, that her folks were
" all English and that there Isn't a drop
5 of Irish blood In her veins."?Chicago
I- Record-Herald.
In Ganley. Delehanty and Clymer,
' (Washington has three National leag,
'uers of last season.
e COMMON SENSE
a l?di moat Intelligent people to dm only
j medftlne* of known composition. Therefore
It la thai Dr. Plerce'a medlclnet, the
" mikeMqf wllch print every Ingredient
.. enterlnglnlothem upon the bottle wrappert
end attest Ite correct new under onth,
ere daily growing in ftror. The cob"
petition of DrJlPlerce't medlclnet la open
t to weerrhndrVDr. Pierce helne deal met
roandenT"\f*thft tftn cnmpotiuor
8 nt mSieTnialiLnowrT"t mofB
1 nkaLnSenS*wtolfy mane or the acini
nadtcleal principle* ettrtcted froa ner
tlve _foreet\tbot* bjM.WKl .pweeteot
i original with Dr. Plerea, and w/thoufthe'
naa of a drop of alcohol, trlple-redoed and
chemically pore glycerine being need In'
ataed In extracting and preaarrlng the
* enretlr* Tirtnee residing In the root*
J employed, theee oedldeaa era entirely
free from, the objection ot doing harm
bjr creating an appetite for either alt
eohcKa bararmgaa or habflt--formi^
( dragdi .' diamine the fortnta on (Mr
j bottlewrappere?tfcatamaraeawarnttby
. Dr. Plecoa, and joe wtH Eat that^hla
Bolflee Medical Diaoerary/ tie great,
ft Maed-paritar, (tenaach-tnla and howel
, oagvlbtorHM nadiMat wfctefc, wMe net
aaeemmamlel to caraoOeaamptien la ltd
advanced atageKno medldae will de that)
yag deet eatrv all tfaMcatarrhal oaedl'tlofcaof
head end threat weak atemaeh,
;
tt^eatJ and II Id eoa'Skeiy tediaSSnt
' J3r WtSi' l?oo?lea|?ct ttlrtpi "u
I "S^TSSS^tSSTSTtoS
' ltd fnR benaBta. The Ingrtdleita of whJeS
i- Dr. Ptana'* madhtaM ir* fc?)H tin
.. tha angoallfled andanaaaot M mmm of
nMdteaT laadat*?battar tiiaa ur Msonai
i- of lay, ar'Boo-prefMrisnsr. uaMaaaiala.
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SOLO BYLA. BILLINQ8LEA A CO.
"My dear, I w!?h you woulfln'S mete
that peek-a-boo waiat Ueitj."
"Well, I expect Mra. Ootrtnctofttlt.
and I oeed It for * Uc6 jenei
front door.?Detroit Free Preaa.
"isprtSm
UNDEHTAKERS smfBIMUBf ^
20E Monroe Street
Prompt attantlon given too?.*r
9 BOTH PHONES.
for
1 SI
ian
espondents
i view of making the change in the':' '
klj edition of this paper and aeed -i
the daily, semi-weekly for the
is suDSCrtptton price 01 una uuw :.,Kraa
a PER TEAR and In order to Jo- I
re the value of the paper to. the. 1
lers throughout the county .we ' mS*!
to have a regular correspondent I . ..
each poatoOoe of any aize, espely
at all auch placea as 2||H
FAIRVIEW,
FAP.M1NGT0N. I
MANNINGTON, I
WORTHINGTON, ^ - j :UM
MOMONGAH,
watson. 3B
ENTERPRISE,
BOOTHS VILLE, ' v .
METZ.
GLOVER'S GAP, ?3$SflH
GRAY'S FLAT, I ^
BARRACK VILLE, I.
BARNSVILLE, Etc. .
vrlte one news letter each irtefc
[any of the best newspaper srdfr
the country started "out hy cor
x>ndlng for their home pager.' It ' 1
porth the trouble as an educational J
nlng. We will .gladly furnish
nped addressed envelopes and na- jS
to one who will take up this I: H
k and appoint them our agentr foe"*
lr community to solicit and receUpe:!j|
script Ions to the dally or -Sandekly
West Virginian.' *
i'e will also pay the corrosp- |9
i. for this work.
25 PgR CENT. COMMISSION. ' i|j
.'e will pay to any one secn'iln^fM^^^^^B
scrlotlons to the Semi-Weekly VfeSt
v at $8.00 per year, 25 cents on eieh I
ar paid Into this office. Any H*e
cltor can make good money !>
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