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I rAgtMONT, V. VA.
DENTISTS. 1
DH. J. O. McNEELY,
Otntltt.
mum WU FAIRMONT, W. VA.
|, WIOFIMtONAl. CAHP8,
LAWYERS.
h." : ATTORNEY AT LAW,
M Btoek Opposite Marietta Hotel*
(!?$ Ikf* Hl^aui. ira L. Smith.
, ItAMAGE & SMITH,
E>> - Attorneys at Law,
HSfc- liisas 27 an 28. Trust Building.
?&;/ Coot. Phone, SSL
? . JOHN L.JLBHMAN,
?L; 'n ) LAWYER.
( - . FAIRMONT, W. VA.
Ofllce, Hall Block.
i A. U LEHMAN,
j Attorney at liw,
TAIRMONT. W, VA.
Office. Hal] Block.
' W. 8. MEREDITH,
I ^Attorney at Law,
TAIRMONT. W. VA.
Office, Hall Biock.
HARRY 8HAW,
Lawyer,
jart-llwii, Fairmont, W. Va.
T. N. PARKS,
Attorney at Law,
BJiTOWnVT w VA.
Mala Opposite Court'Houge.
K. F. HARTLEY,
i . Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
Mbu. Tint National Bank BullJIn,.
JA8. A. MEREDITH,
i Attorney at taw,
I FAIRMONT TRUST CO. BLDO..
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
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national league.
Standing of the Club*.
Won. Lost. Pet
Chicago 4 64 17 .761
Hew York 42 26 .618
Pittsburg 42 27 .609
Philadelphia ..........38 31 .651
Boston . .j. .. 4 30 38 ;44l
Cincinnati ....30 42 .417
Brooklyn 30 42 .417
3t. Louis 16 59 .213
Yesterday's Results.
Pittsburg, 8; Philadelphia, 4.
Philadelphia, 2; Pittsburg, 0.
New York, 6; 8t. Louis, 3.
New York, 6; St. Louis, 5.
Boston, 5; Cincinnati, 1.
Chicago, 7; Brooklyn, 1.
To-Day's Games.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at Boston.
St. Louis at New York.
Pittsburg at Philadelphia.
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L>Utclis L>uai
Again Yesterday
BEAVER FALLS TOOK THE G^MES
BY A SCORE OF THREE
TO TWO.
BEAVER FALLS, July 10.?The
home team defeated Falrmon; again
yesterday afiernoon by a score of 3
to 2. There was a good deal of wrangling
In the game. Brown was benched
and Murphy was put ofT the field.
Score:
BEAVER FALLS. R. H. P. A. E
Brown, If I 0 2 0 0
Devers, 2b ...'. 0 0 3 3 0
Neblnger, ss 1 2 2 0 1
Watchorn, 3b 0 12 2 1
Helntz, lb 0 0 7 0 0
Kelley. m-lf 1 2 3 0 0
Kusel, m .'.0 0 10 0
rfelfer, r 0 1 1 0 0
White, c 0 0 G 1 1
Rapp, p 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 3 G 27 7 3
FAIRMONT. R. H. P. A. E.
Mrck, 2b 0 1 2 1 1
Keller, rf 0 1 0 0 0
Evans, lb 0 0 5 0 0
? 0 0 0 2 1
Gates, 3b 1 1 3 0 1
Haught, m 0 1 1 0 0
Conners, c 0 ? 3 3 ?
Cowan, ss 1 0 3 1 !
Murphy, If ? 3 3 3 ?
Snodgrass, If 0 1 " ? ?
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Totals .,3 C ii4 ft !i
Beaver Falls 102 000 0 0 *?3
Fairmont 0001 00 1 00?2
Sacrifice hits?White, Gates. Stolen
bases?Brown, Devers, Nebinger, 2:
Kelley. Base on balls?off Rapp, 2;
oft McFarlan, 5. Struck out?by Rapp
4; by McFarlan, 7. Hit by pitcher?
Rapp. 3; McFarlan, 1. Passed ballWhile,
Connors. Time?2:30. Umpire
?Johnson.
Butler tost Again.
CONNELLSVILLE, Pa., July 10 ?
Butler played errorless ball yesterday
but could not hit Zlnn's slow underhand
balls, When he settled down to
work with superb support. Connellsville
won out. taking the fourth suenpKslvp
en hip from Butler. Score:
Connellsville ...2 1 000001 ?4 7 2
Butler 2 00 000 00 0?2 0 0
Zinn, and Tate; Morris and Hoffman
and Frankenberry.
Clarksburg Won.
GREENSBURG, July 10? Clarksburg
won a good twilight game here
last evening. Each pitcher worked
well and each club secured but fourj
hits. The game was but 7 innings by
agreement. Score:
Clarksburg 01 1 001 0?3 4 1
Greensburg I0 00<f00?1 4 1
Galbrgith and Terrel; Powell and
Reed.
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Boy Knocked
Down by Buggy
LITTLE FRED FAST HAD PRETTY
CLOSE CALL NEAR HIS HOME
LAST EVENING.
Fred Fast, a small boy who resides
with his parents on Parks avenue, was
knocked down l)jr a buggy last evening
about five o'clock. The accident
occurred near Ida home which is opposite
the Dean and Reeves building.
The Wilson Produce Company occupy
the basement of this building and the
delivery wagon of this company was
standing across the avenue which
gave little room for passersby in vehicles.
The driver of the buggy did
his boat to save the boy and succeeded
so well that only the shaft of the
vehicle stnick him. One wheel or me
buggy paeBedover him, but he was
scarcely hurt.
BIG LOT SALE JULY 23d; 1907, J.
FAY WAT80N ADDITION TO FAIRMONT.
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AMERICAN LEAGUE.
8tandlng of th? Clubs.
Won. Lost Pcl
Chicago 45 24 .652 I
Cleveland 44 28 .611 1
Detroit .j. 38 29 .567
Philadelphia 35 32 .522 1
New York 33 34 .493 I
SU Louis 30 43 .411 I
Boston '.i..'. .....26 43 .377 :
Washington 22 43 .328 ]
Yesterday's Results. j jjjj
Chicago, 6; Philadelphia, 1.
St. Louis, 5; Washington, 4.
New York, 3; Cleveland, 1.
Boston, 7; Detroit, 3.
To-Day's Games,
New York at Detroit. ?
Boston at Cleveland.
BIG LOT 8ALE JULY 23d, 1907, J.
FAY WATSON ADDITION TO FAIRMONT.
bt.
Grafton Is On
The Boom
GAS MAINS COSTING $200,000 TO
BE LAID AND STREET CAR
' LINE IS BEING BUILT.
CRAFTON, July 10?Mr. F. M. Bartlett,
of Mannlngton, the well known
gas and oil operator who has recently
allied himself with Col. John T. McCraw
In the gas business, while in
the city looking after business of the
McGraw Oil and Gas Company, made
the statement that the remainder of
tno gas pipe tor tne laying or mains
through Grafton streets would arrive
In the city within the next few days
and that work would be resumed at
once In building the new line that Is
to shortly enter a competing company
In Grafton and vicinity. Already a
great deal of pipe has been distributed
along the streets of the First ward
and as soon as the construction of the
street car line reaches the paved
street, which will be within a day or.
two, the actual work of laying the gas
pipe line will commence. Mr. Bartlett
stales that It will require thirty
miles of pipe to reach all the streets
and alleyways in the city and to
serve everybody with gas, and that
Is about the actual amount of pipe
that will be laid. The laying of this
pipe In Grafton means an outlay of
about two hundred thousand dollars
The construction of the main alone
will cost one hundred thousand dob
lars. The McGraw Oil and Gas Company
will have at Its commnnd over
forly million cubic feet of gas per day
and we understand that the city at
present uses about only three million
cubic fot per day. This flow of over
foriy million feet per day at ihe command
of the new company Is assured
of course, by (lie combining of the
Bartlett wells at Mannlngton with the
McGraw wells here.
Mr. Bartlett stated also to a Republican
reported that surveyors will today
begin the work of locating lines
for laying the mains from the Bartlett
wellB at Mannlngton to this city.
This line will come through direct and
will connect with the tnnins in tne
First ward. The mains for the city of
Grafton will he put down as the rails
for the street railway are placed
through the paved strets. By building
the line conjunctively wi(h the
street railway the gas company avoids
a second tearing up of the paved
streets, thus as It were, killing two
birds with one stone. Sir. Bartlett Is
pushing the work of the SIcGraw Oil
and Gas Company with all possible energy
and speed, and the Indications
are that by the time Col. SIcGraw gets
back from Europe the mains will all
be ready In this city, for the timing
In of gas and the supplying of that
luxury for domestic and manufacturing
uses.
"PETE" OFF FOR A STROLL.
White House Bulldog Found in a'
Bedraggled Condition.
WASHINGTON. July 10.? "Pete"
the White House bulldog, who has
been boarding out for the summer dur-j
ing the absence of the Prtsident and'
his family at Oyster flay, escaped
from his boarding house 011 Saturday'
night and caused Robert Anderson,1
the colored messenger at the White
Houst, who has charge of the (log this
summer, considerable worry. An.ler-,
son notlfled the police of "Pete's" ills
appearance, aim una muiumg ruiiwi
man Powell noticed a most bedraggled,!
dirty and weary looking bulldrfg wandering
about the corner of Twenty- \
first and E streets. Calling the dog
10 him he found that It was none other
than "Pete." The dog> evidently
was very hungry and willingly followed
the officer to Anderson's house, on
Virginia avenue, where he was eagerly
welcomed home and given a hath ^
and breakfast.
The most liberal oiler that was ever
made In Marlon county by any news- !
paper Is to be found on page seven '
of this paper to-day. Read It let ns
hear from yon at once. tVe want
two thousand more readers In Marlon '
colli, ij and think this will get them 1
NAL SPORT t
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WEST PENN LEAGUE.
8tandlng of the Clubs.
Won. Lost Pet
FAIRMONT 39 19 .672
Beaver Falls ...31 24 .564
Butler 33 26 .553
Clarksburg 29 30 .492
Breensburg 27 28 .491
Connellsville 26 32 .448
Scottdale .....23 29 .442
Piedmont 16 36 .308
Yesterday's Results.
Beaver Falls, 3; Fairmont, 2.
uairsourg, o; ujccunuuig, *.
Connellsvllle, 4; Butler, 2.
To-Day'? Game*.
Fairmont at Beaver Falls.
Clarksburg at Greensburg.
Butler at Connellsvllle.
Go to the Jackson Street Grocery,
the new store, for fresh groceries and
provisions. 6-3t
Baby Causes
A Big Racket
MOTHER SAYS NURSE THREATENED
TO KILL HER WITH A
REVOLVER.
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just two months old was the cause of
considerable trouble between two women
Tuesday morning, the arrest of
one and a trial In magistrate's court,
beside a lote of worry to both women,
with more or less bitterness between
their..
The little one Is said to be the
child of Clara Brown, of this county,
and was bom in Pittsburg. It was m
charge of May Partter, who some years
ago got some cheap notoriety in connection
with an assertion that she
had mnrrb d the Rev. Sam Bettes,
the old cowboy preacher. The Parker
woman arrived here Monday from
Pittsburg with the child and Tuesday
morning went to a hotel, where the
Brown voman is employed for the
purpose of arranging for the keeping
of the child.
The Br. wn woman appeared In
Justice James N. David's court later
and tnade complaint that May Parker
had threatened to kill her with a revolver.
'A peace warrant was issued
and also one for carrying a revolver.
Neither was sustained and both were
dismissed ' " ' * '
It appears May Parker had a revolver
in a grip and she states that Clara
Brown opened the grip, saw the revolv
er, took it out and acked what she was
doing with It, The Justice decided
that the tvomnit wdt hot carrying the
revolver as It was at the hotel and
she was merely taking It from where
she lived to another place, where she
intended to stop.
It Is stated by Clara Brown thai
May Parker, who had nursed the child
in Pittsburg, wanted her to swear its
parentage to an uncle of the mother
of the child, So that they might filch
mnnov- frnm him hut she refused and
then the threat to kill her Was made.
The baby was turned over to the
mother to care for.
Fairmont Will
Get the Pennant
SEASON DIVIDED INTO TWO
PARTS, THE FIRST ONE ENDING
NEXT SUNDAY.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Western Pennsylvania League held in
the auditorium of the Pittsburg Dispatch
building yesterday afternoon
Somerset was taken Into the league to
take the place of Piedmont, the latter
town withdrawing from the league
about a week ago.
The playing season was divided into
two parts. The first season will close
next Sunday. On the 15th of July the
second season opens when the teams
will start out on equal footing once
more. The schedule for the second
season will be made this week. Fairmont
hns won the pennant nnd will
likely flaunt lo the breeze from the
flag pole at South Side Park next
Monday.
The Piedmont players that deserted
the team at Scottdale last week were
fined $25 each and were suspended
from the league until cause iB shown
that the.v were justified in their action.
The receipts for the Fourth of July
gnmos were distributed nnd there was
a nice purse for each club. The Fairmont
Baseball Association was represented
in this meeting by President
Thomas Haymond, who reports that
the league Is in a prosperous condl
Lion.
Boat Business Picking Up.
The steamer I C. Wood war. I came
in yesterday at 4:30 o'clock with a
j|g load of freight. The down river
rip was a hlg one, too. Since the
weather his started warm the passenter
traffic on the boats has been in:reaslng.
BIO tOT SALE JULY'23d, 1207, J.
5AY WATSON ADDITION TO/FAIR
aapgaiaiaffl
Th, .? * at- p,*,-.. i,.:
is 227,069 square feet, beln? the greatest
floor area of any cathedral In ^he
world.
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A law has been passed In Florida
prohibiting diving for sponges. It Is
said that the divers have nearly ruined
the sponge beds.
The efficiency of tbe human heart ia J
greater than that of any piece of machinery,
if ita aire is taken into consideration.
It pumpe nearly eight tone
of blood a day.
Tiverton has the oldest waterworks /
of any English town. They were
made by Amicla, Countess of Devon, j
In 1240, and presented to the town
The water is brought from a distance
of five miles. . ,
Building contractors all over the
Northwest are demanding carpenters
brick and stone masons, plasterers .
paperhangers and electrical workers
.at wages ranging from $4.50 to $6.50
for eight hours' work.
On the State railways In Germany j
the coaches are painted according to
the colors of the tickets of their respective
classes. First-class coaches
are painted yellow, seoonu-ciass green
and third-class white.
According to conservatilve estimates.
the VnKed States contains 12,000,000
to 13,000.000 Inhabitants of
German blood. The census of 1900
gives 2,006,900 as born In Germany
and over 7,500,000 whose parents were
born there. >
Cartridges are taken as change all
over Abyssinia, at a rate usually of
10 to the dollar. The cap must he undamaged,
the case In no way misform- J
ed and the paper round the bullet
must lie in a state of perfect preservation.
Rubbing posts for sattle, made of
whale's Jaws, are to be seen in the
village of Hawsker, in England, and
represent the whale trade formerly
carried on at that place. They stand
12 feet or so above the ground.
Following a wager with a friend, a
London pawnbroker exposed for sale
in his shop window for five days a
hundred guinea ($600. diamond, which
he priced at 2 shillings 3 pence (66
cents). The article found no purchaser
and the wager was won by the
pawnbroker.
The value of the maple susar output
of Canada is placed at (2.006,006,
which Is supposed to represent threesevenths
of the output of the world.
The adulteration of foods act has
measurably put a stop to the mixing
of cane or beet sugar with maple, as
I
SitcK mixtures must be marked "adulterated"
or "compound." C"
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Eleven years SgO Mrs< Jtaude Balllnglon
Booth began lief inform work
In the prisons of the UnltAi States.
Through her inspiration the Voitin41
?H"I0 nine nrMnhpH fnp
IVCJ i inuu JiVOh'lv vtmo UIB-""- *
those prisoners desirous of leading
better lives: the enrolled members
number over 50,000, including many
men serving life sentences.
FALLS NINE STORIES.
9
George HsSk Lands Conscious and
Will Recover,
NEW YORK, July O.-^Oso^d Hook,
48 years old, of College Point, fell ttf
the ground from the ninth floor of i
new building at Eighty-fourth street
and West End avenue and received
only a slight fracture of the skull. He
is at Roosevelt hospital, with the
prospect of being wholly recovered
I from hie ininrfpc In n fotir d.ivs
Contusions of his arms and body
sbotv that he glanced from side to side
in going down the shaft. When picked
up he had not lost consciousness.
Hook'said that he could not describe
the sensation of falling over a hundred
feet. All he remembered, he
said, was that he plunged downward
and landed1 in a heap.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the dtesase.
Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure It yon
must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not
a quack medicine. It was prescribed
by one of the best physicians in this
country for years and Is a' regular
prescription. It Is composed of the
best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. The perfect,
comninauon or me two ingreuieuui
Is what produces such wonderful results
In curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO, Props.,
Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, price 75.
Take Hall's Family Pills for const!
patlon.
Don't fall to read the great offer on
page seven of this paper to-day.
There Is a proposition there that Is A
Interest to all who want to keep
posted.
FINANCIAL I
rue Band 01 Fairmont,
FADMONT, W. \A.
L K. WATSON, Fr*W*A
J. a. HAYDSN, Vie# PmlSeirt.
WALTON MILLIR. Caahler.
Dlrectore:
L a FLEMIN6, J. S. HA YOU*
J. a WATSON,
I. L. HUTCHINSON, F. L NICHOLS,
0. a McKINNEY, C. E. MANLSY.
1 ? P.I
Capital, ?150flOOJO.
Undivided Proflta, lUMMOJO.
Tranwcta a general banking bail
lew.
Aoconnta of corporation!, flrma and
ndtvlduala rec?'ved upon the moat
avorabla terma conatitent with pound
ind conaerratlve banking.
Interwt paid on time depoelta.
Separate rault with aalety depoalt
lozei lor uae of cuatomen.
Home Savings Bank
Fairmont, W. Va.
8AM R. NDZUM, Pretldent,
J. W. IRVIN, Vice Preiident,
J. CLARENCE HALL. Caihier.
Keeelvee Depoalte Subject to Cheek
Paya 4 per cent INTEREST
on SAVINGS and
TIME deposits.
Open Saturday Evening!
MENMDWOMEI
Um Bis ? for anaatar*
I la I disehars M.inflaamaticu
w9w OwMuei m irritatioai or ulcsr*tJ??f
aSM *** * *Bj*w*? of aaeoai msfflbraaaa
PaiolMi, sod oot Mtria
EVAHS0UMCAlCl, goat or pdioaoaa.
D.L1. or ooot in ylila wrayyor.
by K?rw, prspaid, fot
\VBHM 11.00. or Sbottloott.n.
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this bank when you open \
ods are "safe" and. we e:
consistent with good bank
We solicit the accoui
and individuals.
4 PER CENT INTEREST Pi
FIRST NATK
FAIRMOfi
United Stat5S flhd
State Depository Si
FRANCIS f
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201 ancf 2tfff ft)
Wholesale it
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I am prepared to farnlsh all kl
oa shortest notice at wholesale or i
All Cattle, Calves, Hogi and L
all butchered In Fairmont
WE HANDLE NO Ch
Will buy any good stock for bui
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CORNER MARKET AND MERChU
C pital St" k Paid in
$1600,000.00
Geo. M. Jacobs President
W. S. Haymond Vice President
J. M. Brownfleld Cashier
Our fire and burglar proof vaults
ue tree to customers for private ptWe
solicit your business, whlc^ wffl".
receive prompt in J careful attentlos.'"^^
Directors?Geo. M. -Jacobs, W.
Meredith, J. M. Hartley, Harry Shaw,
W. 8. Haymond, C. E. Hutchinson, |
Howard IL-Furbee.
Titizens Dollar Saviflfs
BANK
|Doei general basking boat- | " x;
PAYS 4 PER CENT. ON TIME
and Bering! Deposits. Opaa
Bktsrdaji from I t m. onlll
i. R. LINN, Cashier. ?;
i ^ 8HREW8BURY B. MILLER, J v ' 'V?
Civil Engineer. |
Office?Jacobe Building, | * ;v?
Fairmont, W. Va. P. 0. Box, SB. I
10 Tears Experience in Genera! I .j- S
. Engineering. ^
FAIRMONT ICE AND FUEL CO.,
M. M. Foster, Manager. |
Office?Room 208 Masonic Temple.
PhoneB?F. and M.. 308: Bell, 883-0.
"passing j
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roiif account. Our meth- 1 *
ttend every accomodation r
its of corporation?, firms |p||
lid on Certificates of Deposit
3NAL BANK
IT, W. VA.
Capital $100,000
jrplus and Profits $123,000
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