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mPTEMIONAL CARDS.'
M. EARLS MOROAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Mi Block. Opposite Marietta Hotel.
*" *" "IKMAQE A SMITH, u 8n3'th'
%u^Bufldlnt. .
Cons. Phone; SSL
JOHN L.jLEHMAN,
TA1RMONT. W. VA.
Ogee, Hall Block.
A. L. LEHMAN,
Mf? ' Attorney at lis,
BAIRMONT, W. VA.
- . Qgoe. HalL-BIocle.
W. 8. MEREDITH,
Attorney at Law,
' ' TAIRMO.VT. W.-VA,
. V j* ~" Offlce. Hall Bloat.
HARRYJ8HAW,
^ ' ' T, Nt PARKS,
lp;.;, . .Attorney it Law,
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
Hj.MMb-Miln St.. Oppoelte Court-Home.
E. F. HARTLEY,
ml Attorney it Liw,
' MDJMONT.' W."'VA.
OMyFfret. National Bank Bulldlnf.
K.f> JAS. A. MEREDITH.
. Attorney it Law,
TRUST CO. BUX3.,
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE.
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Standing of the Clubi.
?. T-rs
New York 39 25 .60S
Pittsburg 3$ 26 .60<
Philadelphia 37 2S .566
Cincinnati 29 39 .426
Beaton 27 37 .42!
Brooklyn 28 40 .412
St. Loulg 10 50' 1221
Yesterday's Results.
PltUburg, 2; 8b Louis, 1.
New York, 3; Brooklyn, 1.
To-Day's Games.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at' Boston.
3t. Louis at New York.
Pittsburg at Philadelphia.
Read the Daily 'West Virginian.
We Eclipsed All
Other States
SAYS GEN. BOGGS, AT THE JAMEStOWN
EXPOSITION?PROUD
OF STATE.
CHARLESTON, W. Va? June 6.?
"We have eclipsed the efforts ot all
other States -with the celebration of
West Virginia day at the Jamestown
exposition," declared General E. L.
Boggs, private secretary to the Governor,
who returned to the city early
Thursday morning. "West Virginia is
up with any of the other States along
all lines and the management of the
exposition as well as the visitors are
giving us credit for. oar enterprise."
Speaking of the reception tendered
Secretary of the Treasury George B.
Cjrtelyou by Governor and Mrs. Dawson,
General Boggs stated that it was
the most successful function of the
kind yet held at the exposition. Long
before the receiving line was formed
there was a greet crowd of guests at
the. West Virginia building, which is
one of the prettiest on the grounds,
and In all about"2,600 greeted the distinguished
cabinet officer.
Thtre were a number of guests
from Georgia, the Carollnas, Virginia
and other States, but about half of
the guests were West Virginians. No
other State day has attracted such a
large gathering. There were big
crowds at all of the speeches and
everybody seemed to enjoy the ceremonies.
The dedication of the huge coal column
was quite an event. This tall
shaft, towering over 120 feet In the
air, attracts attention for miles
around, particularly at night, when It
Is Illuminated with a myriad of lights.
At the time of the dedication the shaft
was not quite complete, but the finishing
touches were put on Thursday.
[ General Hoggs vpas quite favorably
Impressed with Secretary Cortelyou,
as were all the other West Virginians
who made bis acquaintance. . His
speech was wen received, as ne puiu
the. State a number of high compliments.
Butler Shut Out.
BUTLER, Pa., July 0.?After eight
straight defeats by the Butlers revenge
was taken by Connellsvllle by
a shutout. Score:
Connellsvllle ....00 0 00 02 00?2 7 4
Butler 0 00000000?032
"Welsh anil Tate; Jones and Frankenberry.
Piedmont Swamped.
SCOTTDALE, Pa., Jnly 6.?Scott
dale simply slaughtered Piedmont yesterday
afternoon. Welty made a record
of five stolen bases. Score:
Scottdale 21 51 M 5 (> ?1716 2
Piedmont 01 0002000? 3 010
Miller and Slevln; Curtis and Metz.
Beavers Won.
BEAVER FALLS.' ?a? July Beaver
Falls won from Greensburg yesterday
In n snappy game by a score of
4 to 3- Score:
Beaver Falls ..000.004 00*'?4101
Greensburg 000002-001?312 1
Michael and Curtis; : WhILmyre,
Powell nnd Reed.
CHILD DBINKSJATAL DRAUGHT
TWO-YEAR-OLD OF SMITHFIELD
TAKES BOTTLE OF MEDICINE
INTENDED FOR SISTER.
CLARKSBURG, W. Va? July G ?
The body of Robert E. Stewart, twoyear-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Stewart, of Smlthfleld, who died from
.lrlnUnir n bottle nf medicine Intend
ej for an older slater, wss taken from
this city Friday morning to Mannington,
where the funeral and burial will
tnko place.
Tho child saw the bottle of medicine
sitting on a table, and, In the
absence of the parents, got It and
drank the contents, The emdlclne
was Intended for a seven-yearmold slBter,
who had-the measles. Two hours
afterward the child died. The child
was an nnusually bright and pretty
little one and the parents are distracted
rrer his untlmely,death_.
Standing of the Clubs.
mM
imtyp 43 23 .651
I Cleveland 43 26 .625
I itaaaelphla 37 29 .561
i Detroit 36 28 .562
I New York 31 33 .484
! Boston .'it ..<.'..,.27 37 .422
i Washington 28 39 .418
. St Louis ;............16 55 .226
Yesterday's Results.
. P.lovolnnrt 0*' Now Yrtrlr. 1 '
Detrpit, <8; Phlladelpiiia, 5.
Others not scheduled.
To-D?y'? Garnet,
New York at Cleveland.
Bouton at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
-Washington at St. Louis.
Try a Woof Virg'-lan want 'A. '
Big League Dope
i
_ A baseball manager runs the same
chance in playing big coin for a player
as does a rich young man in buying
a foreign title.
Jack McCarthy, who has Jumped
in and but of the major leagues about
ag often as any player, Is now. playing
in Kansas City.
-"Happy Jack" Chesbro is pitching
poor ball for the Highlanders and
New York fans think the former king
of "spitters" is near quitting time.
As was predicted, "Doc" Hlllebrand,
the former Princeton pitcher,
who was recently sold to Boston for
81,000, has announced that'under no
conditions will be play .with Bostcn.
Jlelnie Batch was responsible for
the Brooklyns losing the game to the
Bostons Saturday. lie mulled a
thrown ball at second which would
have retired Burke, who later scored.
The BoBtons got five runs after Batch's
beautiful muff.
i
Jake Thlelman, who could not
make good with the St. Louis National
league club, leads the twlrlers of
the Naps In games won. This either
reflects on the batting ability of the
American leageu or tne managerial
judgment of the St. Louis boss.
Jimmy Pastorlus. the star twlrler
of Patsy Donovan's crowd, was lucky
he was not krrckod' our of the box
Saturday. He had no control whatever.
and besides, Jin not have enough
speed to break a paw of glass. He-allowed
Bui/e to walk three times which
he should never have done,, as the latter
Ic a poor h1'. ? Elmer
Flick, of Cleveland, is the
real leader of the American league
batsmen. He has taken part in <10
games and has a percentage of .325.
In rank Flick is third to Nlles, of St
Louis, and Nichols, of the Athletics.
Nlles has played In only 24 games,
and Nichols In 25. There are eleven
batters in the .300 class, and Lajoie
is last with but .300.
John Philip Sousa and Mr. Bell
have also figured out a system by
which the Giants are going to beat
the Cubs, and then we can nave the
world's championship settled right
In New Tork. They figured it thus:
The Giants and Cubs have 16 mora
games to play with each other. If the
Giants win all of these and then keep
it up against the' other clubs, the
pennant Is cinched. That will certainly
work.
Old "Cy" Young has won more
games than any other members of the
Boston twirling staff. With old Jim
McGuIre as backstop, If he ordered
himself in, It would take a pretty
good pair of youngsters to beat them.
Jack Wilkey, the well known third
baseman of the Montreal Reserves,
who was looked up by Hugh Duffey,
umuuger ui ute rruviueuce leuiu, ima
signed a contract whereby he goes to
the Pittsburg National League team
Better Than Spanking.
Spanking does not cure children of
bed wetting. If It did there would
be few children that would do It
There Is a constitutional cause for
this. Mrs. M. Summers,. Box 429, Notre
Dame, lad., will send her home
treatment to any mother. She asks
no money. Write her to-day If your
children trouble you In this way. Don't
blame the child. The chances are It
can't help It
Guatatorlal.
A summer tourist was passing
through a German village In the west
recently when a stout German girl
came to the front door and called to
a small girl plnylng In front.
"Gusty! Gusty!" she said. "Come
in ana eat. youraeu. mas on toe table,
and pa's bait etl"
Theodore Roosevelt It not-the first
to give OyBter Bay presidential distinction.
peorge-Washington : once
WE8T PENN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clube.
Won. LotC Pet
FAIRMONT 38 17 .Ml
I Butler- 33 23 .689
Beaver Falls ;....28 24 .638
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i (ireensourg v.....-*g .?yy
: Clarksburg ......28 28 .500
Scottdale ...; 22 28* .440
I Connelisrille',' ....23; 32 .41#
Piedmont ........16 35 .311
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- Yesterday's Reaults.
Fairmont-Clarksburg, not scheduled.
Connellsvllle, 2; Biftler, 0.
Beaver Falls, 4; Greensburg, 3.
Seottdale, 17; Piedmont, 3,
To-Day's Game*.
Fairmont at Clarksburg.
Greenaburg at Beaver Falls.
Piedmont at Seottdale.
Connellsvllle at Butler.
Expert Swimmer
Was Drowned
SANK IN MIDDLE OF THE ELK
RIVER AND WENT TO THE
BOTTOM.
CHARLESTON, W. Va? July 6.?
In an attempt to swim across the
Elk river Thursday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, Howard Duff, a painter, aged
19 years, whose home Is 23' miles
above Parkersburg, was drowned. All
efforts to save the young man proved
futile. He sank In the middle of the
river. ,
Duff and a companion named Wolf,
after eating dinner at the Central Hotel,
where they boarded, decided to get
a boat,and take a ride to the moutu
ef the Elk river, after which they intended
to go In bathing. Reaching
this place' they tied the boat to the
bank, and; after taking oft their
clothes, Duff told his chum be could
beat him across the river.
Both being expert swimmers, this
friendly bsntvr. was accepted. Wolf
was the first to tafte the water, but he
was closely followed by Duff.
When half way across Wolf turned
around and saw his companion sinking
for the first time. He cried for
heln. and Deonle ran in every direc
tion. Some were ^eady to render assistance,
but the young man never
came to the surface', again.
After nearly three hours of dragging
bis body was finally found and
taken to the -undertaking rooms of Mr.
Barlow on'Court street.
Upon inquiry at the Central Hotel
it was learned that Duff had only recently
insured Ms-life in a New York
accident company for $1,000, naming
his mother, Mrs. Florence Duff, as
beneficiary. He was regarded by the
hotel people as a hard working, industrious.
young man. He had boarded
with them for over two months and
seemed to be troubled about something
during the past few days, but ,
no attention was paid to it, as he was
of a retiring disposition.
Treated Woman
Shamefully
BUNCH OF HOODLUMS OFFERED
INDIGNITIES TO WOMAN
, NEAR FLEMINGTON.
GRAFTON, July 0.?George Marks,
of Flemington, was Drought to jail
Wednesday evening and is to have a ,
hearing on a charge which If sustained
may get him into considerable trouble.
He Is alleged to be one of the
gang of men of that town who a week
or (on rlat'o arm athlla tn on Jnfnvlfiflt. ,
VI V5U up/o Bfeu, nunc: i? ?" IUIV.MVMV- I
ed condition went to the homo of a
lady of that place and after breaking
In the windows of the house, entered
an8 maltreated her In a most shameful
manner.
There were quite a number of the :
fellows In the crowd and some of them !
conceived the Idea that It would be a
good thing to play the woman was 111 i
and that they were the physicians who
had ben summoned to attend her. They
proceed to put her througn a course
of treatment that would have killed
most any one. Among the things they
did was make her drink decoctions
they mixed up; put hot applications to
her feet and generally acted the fool.
Several days ago three or four of
the fellows were arrested and given a
hearing at Flemlngton berore Squiro
Lilly, and at least one of them was
sent to the county jail for a period of
CO days, which he Is now serving.
There Is still a number of others who
are said to be implicated and they will
also be apprehended as soon as possible
and given a hearing.
Marks was given a nearlng yesterday
afternoon, but the evidence 1
against him was not sufficient for the
Squire to hold him, so he was. Jis- '
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One of the best architects in the '
world is (he oriole. Its graceful nest
contains four to six whitish eggs, 1
marked with blaok and brown.
The-output of the gold minep oif 1
OF $14,000.
GRAFTON. Joly 6.?Word wu re
ceivefl In the city Thursday to the effect
that the Hotel Gorcon at Ktaff;
wood, the finest hostelry of that olty
had been entirely'consumed by lire
early In the morning, at a loss to the
owner of the building of about $10,000
and to the manager hf the place who
had It leased, of between $3,000 and
M.000.
From what could be learned of the
Are, no one seems to know what caused
It It was discovered by some of the
employes after It had gained such
headway that It was'impossible to do
anything toward extinguishing the
flames and as there is no Are department
and no water works there "nothing
could be done except to save the
adjacent property, but as there was
nnthine- vprv rinse rn the hotel.. the
loss outside of it did not amount (So
much.
The entire town was at the fire
within a few minutes after the alarm
was given and the men and boys worked
hard carrying water out it was not
of the least use, for the flames had
gained such headway the small amount
of water they could put on the blare
was of no consequence. It was a very
hot fire, the building being entirely of
wood and plaster and It burned fust
like a box of tinder.
The hotel which was a three story
affair find one of the most handsomr:,
buildings In the town was bought a '
short time ago by S. A. Pratt who
pand something like J10.00 (or the
property. C. W. Sanandge was running
the hotel and he lost practically
all the stuff he had in it and his
loss will be heavy.
It is likely now there will be an agitation
(or water works and some Are
protection (or Klngwood and that
some improvements will be made In
the near future.
ESTIMATE OF LEVIES.
The Common Council of the town .
of Farmlngton, Marlon county, West
Virginia', makes up the estimates of the
amount necessary to be levied as required
by Chapter 02 of the Actfc ot ,
the Legislature of 1907 for the purposes
therein required, as follows:
Salaries of town officers $ 745 00
Attending Btreet lights 60 00
Street lights 375 00
Repairs tb street... 800 00
Repairs to sidewalk 500 00
Sewerage 200 00
Holding elections 15 Ou
Printing, advertising and stationery
30 00
Total $2,725 00
Amount in treasury applicable
to above expense.. $2,025 00
Amount to be levied I 700 00
Given under my hand this Cth day
of July, 1907.
G. H. MUSGKAVE,
July *6-12-20. Recorder.
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* WATSON, President
J. . HAYDEN, Vict President
WALTON MILL**, Cashier.
Directors:
A. a. FLEMING, J. S. HAYOEdf
" ' ^.1. WATSON,
M. L. HUTCHINSON, F. It NICHOLS,
a S. McKINNKY, C. E. MANLEY.
Capital, |190,00040.
Undivided Profits, (19040040.
Transects s fenersl banking bulOSSC.
Accounts of oorporatlons, flrma tad
Individual! received upon ths most
favorable terms coaslatent with sound
and conservative banking
Interest paid on Urns deposits.
Separate vault with aafety deposit
boxes lor use of customers.
Home Savings Bank
Fairmont, W. Va.
SAM R. NUZUM, President,
J. W. IRVIN, Vioe President,
J. CLARENCE HALL. Cashier.
Nssalves Deposits Subject to Cheek
Paya 4 per cant INTER'
EST on SAVINGS and
TIME depoflita.
Open Saturday Evenings
/Ay MEIMND WOMEN
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United States and f
Capital $100,000. 8nrpl
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on shortest notice at wholesale or ri
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WE HANDLE NO CH
Will buy any goad etoek for but
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CORNER MARKET AND MERCHA
J. M. Brownfleld Chi*
Our fire and burglar proof vaults
We solicit your business. which will
receive prompt and careful attention.
W. 8. Haymond, C. B. Hutchinson,
Howard R. Forbes.
BANK1
^Doee a general banking budPAYS
4 PER CENT. ON TIMI
and Savings Deposit*. Open
fUturdari Irom t a m. until
J. R. LINN, Caehler.
^ SHREWSBURY B. MILLER, :tf
Clyll Engineer.
Office?Jecobe Building,
Fairmont, W. Va. P, 0. Box, 328,
10 Years Experience in General
Engineering.
FAIRMONT ICE AND FUEL COST
M. Foster, Manager.
Office?Room 208 Masonic. Temptt??|
Phones?F. and M., S98; Bell, 333-9.
and when yon think of|
opening an account,
think of us. ' ||
L reasonable accomodation^ j|
in Certificates o! Deposit.
NflL BANK,
Vest va.
State Depository,
us and Profits $128, COO.OO
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