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summer with the temHT perature at 110. Get a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil_ . Stove and have a cool* I kitchen. The I NEW PH I Wick Blue Flam I produce* a working flame insta concentrated heat, no toot, nodir level, eniuring a uniform flame H itove warranted. If not netreit agency for descriptr A I. - , -uof bran throughout and constructed; absolutely i 1 ' * \ power; an ornament to ar If not at your dealer's wr STA.VDARI ?=?. CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING Ladles' and Men'* Clothfi',-1 : Work called for and delivered. ? ? ?? Monthly rates on application. .... HARRY R. COLE, Con. phone 90-w. Bell phone 241. Parks Ave., under Broh'a Shoe Store. m : ? Ippwarfl! + + + 4* + 4' . ? Personate. f-.\ Mr. Oeorge Gasklns, of Smithtown, . : was here yesterday on business. W. H. Schlmmel, of Mannington, was here Wednesday evening visiting his family. Mrs. Marion Meerdlth Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robinson, of H .. Merchant street. Charles Williamson, of New street, was a typhoid fever patient dismissed from the City Hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, who have been visiting at Bellngton for some time, "returned home yesterday. Mr. James Summer, of B-jnners Ridge, was In this ward yesterday. * Mr. Cleveland KIramel, who is 111 of typhoid fever at the City Hospital, is Improving slowly. Mrs, Nancy Boyd, of Diamond street who has been visiting relatives a,1 Triune and 8mlthtown, returned home . yesterday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Merrlfield, Wednesday, July 10, a daugh ter. Mr. D. D. Powell, of Columbia street, has returned from Pittsburg, where be has been visiting his son, Dent Powell. - 1 ki*. Mrs. Murray Dlckerson has return ed from Pittsburg, where she spent eeveral days. Mr. Fred Barnes, of Steubenvllle, wae the guest of Mrs. T D. Harden Wednesday. Entertained at Dinner. Mrs. Belle Haggerty entertained at dinner Wednesday complimentary to her aunt, Mrs. Louise Arnett, of Columbus,-Ohio. A tempting course dinner was served and the affair was highly enjoyed by those present. Those who enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Hagegrty were: Mrs. Ann Clarke, ol -Columbus; Mrs. T. W Arnett, Mrs. T. B. Henderson and Mrs. Will Conaway. i- ' Class Picnic a Success. V - The picnic held by Mrs. E. M. Cox and her Sunday school clasB at the . East Park grove yesterday afternoon was quite a success In evpry way. About twenty young girls were In atThmr wonf tr? thp ernve about two o'clock and spent the afternoon with varlons games, after which a dainty luncheon was partaken of. ; ' Notice. There will be no meeting of the }V ; Utile Dalel Embroidery Club this . -week. The next meeting, which Is the ; last one this season, will be held at S'f the home of Mrs. Charles Cavenaugh inext Thursday evening, when arrange' meats will be made for an outing. HffiM5 Purchased Store. < .' 'Mr. John MoElfresh has p-.irchnsed vj'the store on Water street which for jnerly belonged to J. H. Leonard. The |i ; deal was closed off yesterday and Mr. "< McEIfresh took possession Immedlntep Jy. fi: Ice Cream Parlor Opened. $5/ ' Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson has opened an Ice cream parlor at 209 Newton street and will serve all kinds of Ice cream during the remainder of the i snmmer. V BIO LOT 8ALE JULY 23d, 1907, J. 1 FAY WAT80N ADDITION TO FAiRwoNT Kitchen mcnoN^ e (Ml Cook-Stove I ntly. Blue flame meant highly t Oil it always at a maintained . Made in three sizes. Every at your dealer's write to our ve circular. T nm-n's the t>est lamp for LtUTTip ai,.round house. hold use. Made beautifully nickeled. Perfectly safe; unexcelled in light-giving ly room. Every lamp warranted, ite to our nearest agency. I OIL COMPANY, I IPO RATED b Enterprise Items W. P. Alley, while at work in the mines on last Sunday night met with, bad luck and came home with his arm In a sling. We did not learn If It was broke or badly sprained. He Is not able for work yet. The same Alley was visited by two chlcker. thieves. Mrs. Alley and mother-in-law saw and claim to know one of the party, but were afratd to make any defense, but Mr. Thief, you will get a warm reception next time. Mrs. I. S. Saunders was the gueBt of her brother-in-law. Henry Saun ders, at Kilarm, on last Sunday. Mr. Harry Haught, of Sbinnston, expects to take to wife the best looking and most popular business girl In our town, Miss Myrtle Smith, proprietor of Smith Hotel. We are sorry to know (hat Myrtle must go so soon as the first of August, but feel sure that she will do ber part well in making a happy home for herself and Mr. Haught. Mrs. Amos Getting will succeed Miss Smith in the hotel business after August 1st. The young Mr. and Mrs. Grafton are setting up to house keeping along the boardwalk In the bouse vacated by Cbas. Tlcknor, who has moved over in West Enterprise near where bis fnther lives. The merry-go-round Is back here and set tip again. The owners must I think there Is at least one more nickel here yet Mrs. Fred Martin, who was reported sick last week, Is some better at tills time. Robert Conaway, our noted base ball man, Is home on a vacation. Mr. Jasck Kelloy Is still unable for duly. It only takes about one-third as much beer to supply Enterprise since the F. B. Co. have their agency changed from Mr. William Morris to an Italian, Pasco Beafore. If they change agents one more time and do so well as they did this time, me beer car will not stop at Enterprise at all. We hope they change again soon. HAPPY THOUGHT. HONOR FOR HARLOW. PITSBURG. July 10.?Greatness has Its own reward; but it is not yet through with Commander C. H. Harlow, of the United States navy recruiting station. Yesterday afternoon he received a telegram from "Theodore Roosevelt," asking him to take command of "a fleet of 100 battleships." The message came from Oyster Bay, the summer home of President Roosevelt. Of course, the comander was gratified and asserted he would willingly accept the honor of commanding 100 battleships when the fleet was organized. Commander Harlow Is now searching for the joker, as Uncle Sam Is somewhat shy on that number battleships. , I. I I mica axis urcasej I lengthens the life of the /' I B wagon?saves horse* /II 1 I power, time and tern* Jul 1 per. Best lubricant in JJjJI the world?contains JJIII pondered mica SI J J ' which forms JB J Qj /In) ^ a smooth, * //!' J III hard coating on axle, and JjjM reduces friction. JW/ If you want your outfit Hf / to last and earn money /He / while it lists?grease ijll ] the axles with Mica /J// Axle Grease. YjJ STAKDARD OH COMPART Fairview Facts Well, the 4tfi of July has pasted and gone and happy to say there were noj accident!! or mishaps on account of tire works. A great many went away from the village on that day for a little recreation or outing to different ?Tfl/?Ae a a their f?nrv dictated. On the night of ihe 6th of July the Odd Fellows of Mill City Lodge No. 110 installed their newly elected officers, as follows: L. A. Pettit, Noble Grand. B. F. Amnions, Vice Grand. W. F. Clark, Recording Secretary. H. S. BaBnett, Financial Secretary. Z. F. Ammons, Treasurer, After the Inauguration ceremonies and the routine of business bad been gone through with the crowd betook themselves to the spacious dining hall of the Burns Hotel, where covers had been laid for SO or more and a sumptuousbanquet awaited them consisting of all the delicate viands which the market could afford. After invocation by the Rev. P. Z. Musgrave the guests started in to appease and satisfy the cravings of their ravenous appetites. After the god of hunger had been appeased, Squire Z. F. Ammons was selected as toust master for the occasion. His speech of acceptance was brief and to the .point. The following speakers were Introduced: Rev. A. M. Wilson, whose subject was the comical Interpretation and meaning of F. L. & T., which was highly appreciated by all present He was followed by the Rev. P. Z. Musgrave, Ja8. Michael, J. R. Swearingen, I,. W. Brown and last but not least by our worthy Noble Grand who made some nice remarks for the good of the order. Mill City Lodge No. 110 wishes the Noble Grand to accept their hearty thanks for the banquet notwithstanding It Is a little bard on his bank account and before we forget it we desire to extend to our hostess, Mrs. J. H. Burns, and Fred, our thanks and high appreciation for the courteous ? ? ? 'Ln mi nolo mora on. maimer ia wuicu iuv gu^io ww%. tertalned (our host Mr. J. H. Burns not being present having departed several days ago for a trip to Europe to gather a handful of earth from the land of his birth, the Emerald Isle.) The K. of P. band, of Amos, gave u musical concert at Biacksville on the night of July 6th. We understand it was a roaring success both financially and socially. Biacksville is about 12 miles from Amos in Monongalia county and Is a town that Is rather rural in its habits. We heard a little anecdote about the town of Biacksville some time ago that was amusing. A certain person had lived about 12 years of his life in Biacksville and decided to move away from the place, and after he had moved away and being single he concluded he would get married, and on account of his age and his prospective bride he was obliged to go to Oakland, Md? or some other place. They'went to Oakland and when he made application for his license he was questioned In regard to their ages, he told the clerk he was only 10 years old. The clerk looked amused at the fellow and said he surely was mistaken whereupon the fellow who was 22 years old said he had lived 1 years in Blacksvllle hut that didn't count. Mr. Geo. E. Amos, that genial good fellow, was in town last week negotiating with some of the rarmers for harvesting machinery and if we arc not mistaken he was making good use of that old saying killing two birds with one stone, mking the pemperature and feeling the pulse of the people in regard to his candidacy for the office of sheriff and we understand that Mr. Amos was highly pleased with the reception and the encouragement be got from the people. Come again, George, the people always like to see you. If you can make it go elsewhere like you can here, you can het you will have the longest pole to knock the persimmon. I will ring off, wishing the editor lUIlg IUV UliU J|M|j|jjucaoe PAWPAW. ROCKEFELLER 13 SNUBBED. Golf Champion Travis Declined to snaKe Manas. CLEVELAND, July 10.?John D. Rockefeller was snubbed by Walter J. Travis. International golf champion, at the Euclid Club course. Rockefeller stood at the "nine hole" on the lower links waiting for the champion and Fownrs, his opponent. When they had finished the last hole Rockefellor, who formed one of the "gallery," walked up smiling, with hadn extended to congratulate Trnvls. Travis dodged the hand and rushed through a stile to go on with the game on the upper links. Rockefeller looked surprised, but gathering his admiring clans about bint he followed Travis and the game through the two miles of the upper units. When you reel "all run down" an< need making over, go to The Inn al. King-wood and stay a few weeks. "There's the place," said a prominent physician, recently, "to rest up, feed up. sleep up." Call on or write to MISS LYNNS WADDELL, 647 North Front St, Morgantown. July 2-15. . ? . ... Jh ' . . - I' I, | riMunno nnj, Bits of News From Monongalia County. 1 . ,' ^ Do? T/iVia iVrooMont n# fho VV Vo ' 'W'l uWUV, M tvviuvu. ? ... Christian Missionary Society, deliver- 1 ed a sermon at the Fetty Memorial church Friday evening. Mrs. Cora Rohr la spend a few days ' with relatives In this county. E. R. Neely and wife, of near Rives- 1 vllle, were recently visiting near Hagans. Elza Pratt and wife,- of Clarksburg, were visiting at E. F. Brock's a few 1 Jays since. R. C. Brock and wife, of near Bar- ' jrackville, were recent callers on Big 1 Indian creek. No weddings to report to^Jay, but 1 the Indications are that soon some of 1 our young pepole will yield to love's 1 resistless power and live a single life no more. The Fourth passed Into history ' about as usual In this section of Teddy's domain. As Burns would say, "Some were full of love divine and some were full of brandy." We notice Mrs. Carrie Tomboy Nation continues her war against the hosts of Barleycorn and rye. She is certainly a gem of purest ray serene. If Bryan and Roosevelt should again both be nominated there are many independent voters who would feel like singing this stanza: "How happy could I be with either, Were tother dear charmer away.' A western philosopher has turned loose this gem of wisdom: "A good way to dull your wits Is to hunt up people who will always agree witn you and associate only with them." The early birds did not catch the worms along Big Indian creek this spring as the early fisherman were first on the ground. Let us turn for a few moments from the noise and fury of commercial strife and meditate on one of the world's noble characters, Abraham Lincoln1. He spurned the fanatics creed, He assailed the tyrant's whim, He fought agninsta 11 greed But he loved sweet Liberty's hymn. His logic was a -light That pierced all polished schemes: His heart ne'er aimed to blight Man's dearest hopes and dreams. Freedom for body and mind Was to his heart ever dear. Ab, when will the world again find A man with reason so clear? PAGAN. Metz Pickups Our little village Is located on Piles e Fork of Buffalo; also on the B. and | 0., four miles west of Mannlngton. three miles east of Glovers Gap. ( There are about ? dwelling houses / with a population of about 125. We have one church, three stores, three hoarding houses which are full up al j most all the time now, six large ( barns which are crowded to their ut- ^ most capacity; one blacksmith shop, . two smiths work In it; one doctor, one preacher, one hotel. Professor Nelson still teaches music here. He is a One instructor. Our children's service Sunday last was the finest ever held in our village. We had a full house. The children did well, each one doing fine his part. Rev. Sborden gave a short but very appropriate talk urging the. attendance at the Sabbath school. The oil work on the head of Dunkard | is still doing a big business as there Is quite a hit of hauling through here. The A. M. Glover location on the- J 1.elana farm on Campbell's run. Is ready to rig up the tank. The boiler j Ic nlroorlv nn tha ffrnurifl. Mr. Will Clayton, who has been working for H. L. Campbell all spring, has gone to Harrison county. He will work for Mr. Sutton the remainder of the summer and fall. The South Penn will clean out and drill deeper Isaac Campbell well No. 3 to the fourth sand. The oil company putting a pump station at Itev, Bohy's to help furnish water to the wells In Africa (or Dunknrd 1 The Connel No. 3 Is- now ready for the six Inch pipe. Mr. D. B. Thompson has completed his house by adding a half story, making it now full two stories with a new coat of paint, which adds much to Its beauty. TRUE BLUE. Free, for Catarrh, Just to prove merit, a trial size box of Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. Let me send It now. ? It Is a snow white, creamy, heallng( c antiseptic halm. Containing such heal- i ing Ingredients as Oil Eucallptus, Thy- s mol, Menthol, etc., It gives Instant and n lasting relief to Ca/arrh of the nose a and throat. Make the free test and see for your self whnt this preparation can and will accomplish. Address Dr. '' Shoop, Racine, Wis. Large glass Jar, 60 0 cents. Sold by E. A. Blllingslea & Co. j The Jackson Street Grocery has ' lust nnened tin a first class store at I 210 Jackson street, with a fine line ot 1 fresh goods. G-3t I b William Gillette, has returned to this t country from Europe, . j Winfie^ Notes Mrs. Serah Jiforan and Sautters, at Kansas, are vlsting relatives here. Miss Viola McEKresh and niece, lit tie Miss Eleanor c-arsusuun, 01 rairmont, are spending two weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. (V. McEIfresh. Mrs. Herschel Toothman and daughter, Llilie, were visiting Mr, and Mrs. James Gwynn on Hickman's run Sun3ay. Mr. Adam H'*k, of BarrackvJHe, and Mr. Ralphsuidpr, of Rives vine, sere business callers in our community Friday. Fred Vangullder is visiting his father, Mr. Joseph Vangullder, at Worthngton. Mr. J. -W Phillips and family, of the First ward, are guests of Mrs. Phillips' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eminuel Leeson. Sheridan Murphy and family spent the latter part of last week with relatives In the First ward. Willie Reed and cousin,. Miss Laura tVest, were guests of Miss Mary Heck Sunday. Dallce Shaw was the guest of friends n Fairmont Saturday and Sunday. Harry Long, who has been the guest >f his mother, returned to his work at rondale SaturJuy. Mr. Thomas Kirk and dnughters, Hisses Laura and Missouri, are very >lck at this writing. Mrs. Clayton Wolfe Is still very sick. Mr. John Hieskell Is also on the lick list. Mr. h'lanuel Leeson and son, Thornis, have taken the contract of cutting Imher for Meredith's saw mill on 31ady creek. The Vincent saw mill has shut down intll after harvest. W. C. Heck has gone to Fairmont to vork for the B. & 0. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllalra Carpenter, dr. and Mrs. John Byer and family, dr. and Mrs. Edward Carpenter and 'amlly, of Irondale, Preston county, inent lust wppit with their narents at his place. Mr. and Mrs David Baker and daughers were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Rudy Sunday. Claude and John Dougherty, ot 3eechwood, spent last week with the rrandfather, Mr. John Wolf, at this dace. Willie Kisner, of Fairmont, spent Saturday and Sunday with bis sister, drs. Kate Travis. I'll Btop your pain free. To show 'ou first?before you spend a penny? vhat my Fink Pain Tablets can do. will mall you free, a Trial Package if them?Dr. Shoop's Headache Tabets. Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, 3erlod pains, etc., are due alone to ilood congestion. Dr. Shoop's Headiche Tablets simply kill pain by coaxng away the unnatural blood pressure. rbat is all. Address Dr. Sboop, Radne. Wis. Sold by E. A. Bililngslea i Co. If you get your groceries from the [ackson Street Grocery you may deiend upon them being fresh and pure. [*ry the new store. 6-3t HH'M IMJIHJIUJ MS 3one Palm, Itching, Scabby Skin DIs easei. Permanently cured by taking Botanic Hood Balm. Blood poison is the worst liseases on earth, yet easily cured >y taking Botanic Blood Balm. II ou have aches and pains In bones lack and joints, itching, scabby skin, ilood (eels hot or thin; swollen glands, Islngs and bumps on the skin, sort hroat or mouth, falling balr, pimples ir offensive eruptions, or rash on skin, ire run down or nervous, ulcers on ny part of the body, carbuncles or lolls, TAKE BOTANIC BLOOD BALM B. B. B.) GUARANTEED to euro ?? n the worst and most deep-seateJ ases. B. B. B. acts directly on the ioIsoos In the blood, driving all pots inous matter from the system and ending flood of pure, rich blood 41ectly to the skin surface. In this vny sores, eruptions and pimples are [iilckly healed and cured, complete!! hanging the entire body into a clean, lealthy condition. B. B.j B. has done bis for thousands of cases, so B. B. 9. will certainly cure you. For rheunaltsm, aching shoulders, hawking nd spitting, blurred eyesight, catarrh, lancer, and all evidences of Impure flood, take Botanic Blood Balm It itops all aches and pains, cures rheruuntlsm or catarrh, heals every sore nd makes the blood pure and rich. BOTANIC BLOOD BALM, (B. B. B.) s pleasant and safe to take; composed f pure Botanic Ingredients. It Is dlferent from any other blood purifier, ecauae B. B. B. cures where all el?? alls. SAMPLE SENT FREE by writfig Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. SOLD IY DRUGGISTS, *1 PER LARGE IOTTL.E, Sold in Fairmont, W. Va^ y Mountain City Drug Co., Main SL lall cr write. Remedy sent by exrees. ___ Uuto^ZeTocmU. " . Sending truth after a He. it hi an- old, maxim that 'a . He will travel' seven leagues whHe. troth ti getting It* boot* on,* and do dbnbt'hundredi of thousands" j of good people read the unwarranted and malicious attack upon Dr. R. V. Pierce and hit "Favorite Prescription" published In the Ha; (1??! number of the Ladfee' Home Journal, with It* great black dieplay headings, whd never saw the humDie, groveling retractton, with its Inconspicuous heading, published' two months later. It was boldly charged In the slanderous and libelous article that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, for the cure of woman's weaknesses and ailments, con Ulned alcohol and other harmful ingredients. Sr. Pierce promptly brought suit against the publishers of the Ladle*' Borne Joiirnel. fop ?00,009,00 damage*. Sr. PlerrI sieged that Mr. Bolt, the editor, maQ0041y published the article containing aUeh falsa and defamatory matter wlfir tM Intent of Injuring hi* builneurfuctltsimorr. that no alcohol, or other Jwurlsus. or hablt-formlng, drug* are. or Ve er were, contained In his "Favorite Kyeuflptlon't that said medicine Is mad/fytm native medicinal root* and contalnanio harmful Ingredient* whateve/ard that Mr. Bolt's malicious statemeg)/were wholly and absolutely false. Ifn.hererr?rl.lnn nrlnled hv ..Id JnumA| tliev were furced to acknowledge thattbfv had jptnalnetr ,*ii.ilv8ffs of 3BBB Frremi^wsti hanatul These facts were also proven In the trial or the action In the Supreme Court But the business of Dr. Pierce was greatly injured by the publication of the libelous article with Its great display headings, while hundreda of thousands who read the wickedly defamatory article never saw the bumble groveling re* traction, set in small type and made as Incoo- | splcuous as possible. The matter was, bow- J ever brought before a Jury in the Supreme I Court of New York State which promptly Tendered a verdict In the Doctor'a favor. Thus his traduce rs came to grief and their base slanders were refuted. The Monongahela Bank of Fairmont. Opened for business Jnly 16, 1901. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - - |S0? R. E. HARR, President B. L. BUTCHER, Vice Presided HUGH F SMITH, Cashier. Directors: W. E. Watson, R. E. Harr, C. D. Bet lnson, C. L. Barnes, P. B. Swearlngen, B. F. Gasklns, B. L. Butcher. A general banking business traai acted. Your business Is solicited. Banking room, Market street, Fin ward. E. Isgme & Sons UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS 206 Monroe Street. Prompt attention given to calls day or night. BOTH PHONES. 11 you know ot any one who does not get the West Virginian you will do us a lavor by calling bis attention to our liberal offer on page 7 of this naper. joQK ~om # Transfer and all I I more anything from a baby e Ho It Quickly, also maks a spedi 8?oda and Pianos without dami all me up. I deliver Coal and 8 II short order. When you have ] thing placed In storage, see Tho Trunk baullng a ipeolalty, U Phone?Office 8, Res. 140. IIJ Ooa.?Office 100, Res. It. }} , rscpm No Stropping Set consists of 12 double-edged with triple silver-plated holder it good for an average of more tha die and blade guaranteed to be Imanship. Sold by leading Drug, ( Inquire about SPECIAL I NO. f, "&:?w p. m. IIOOU u> urumi CUMBERLAND ACCOIC, No. 5,.' GRAFTON ACCOM., No. 72, "10:51 a. m. Wtatbound. For COLUMBUS and CHICAGO, No. 7, M4 a. .: Na 1U "1:10 p. m. v^jgg For WHEELING, No. 7, "2:24 e. m.: Na 17, "7:40 a. m. (local); No. 71, n:? : m. (local); Na 55, "5,08 p. m. Monongah Dlvlalon. For CLARKSBURG and WESTON, Leavav (for Clarkeburg only). Arrive. NoJ'w!i,5PH X7.I8 a. m. (for Clarkabur* only); Na 6, x4:30 p. m. Fairmont, Morgantown A Plttiburg Br. For CONNELL8V1LLE and PITTS BURQ.;'?^ Leave, Na 1, "5:00 a. m.; NO.-J, x7:?( P^Sffl a. m.; No. 61. 2:15 a m. Arrlve,OKa 50, "1:10 p. m.; No. S. x7:40 p. m.; NaHifjafl 4, x9:40 p. m.; No. 55, xl0;06ft-'m.. .vAvjH For MORGANTOWN. Leave. No. 55; p. m. Arrive, No. 62, x6:56 a m. Pawpaw Branch. Monday, Wedneaaay Depart, No. 101. 7:00 a. m.lNo.lOS, 4:55 vN p. m. Arrive, No. 200; 5.15 a m.; Na.;, .V 202 , 6.00 p. m. Through Service Fairmont to Clarksburg FAIRMONT & CLARKSBURG TRACTION COMPANY. Care leave Cor. Main and JelTeraon aaaa 8t?? Fairmont, HOURLY for Clark* | burg and Intermediate Points fr*mV 8:00 A. M. Until 10:00 P. M. SCHEDULE OF INTERURBAN CAM JANUARY 25, *07. 80UTH BOUND. V^fl A. M. A. M. 'P. M. Fairmont 5:30 6:00 10:0S 12th Street ....5:39 6:09 Jayenne 5:46 6:15 l$s(I^||? Monongah 5:58 6:23 10:23 Cblefton 6:10 6:40 10:40 Worthington ...6:15 6:46 10:46 Hntcbinson .... 6:50 10:50 Bntvtrprlse 6:56 . Shlnneton 7:06 11:06 Gypsy 7:14 lltli';;,-^ Ueadowbrook .. 7:20 11:20 1 St 11-M rcij UVBHUg W VM biUM < W f/>T>jajLj? Short Line June. 7:41, 11-.4J Clarksburg .... 7:41 llAl^l ?Hourly Until. NORTH BOUND. . A. M. A.*M. ?P. M. Clarksburg .... 6:16 Short Line June 6:19 10:16 v:. Perry Coaling Sta. 6:23 10|Jl^^ Hepslbah 6:33 Meadowbrook .. 6:40 10;48 Gypsy 6:40 VM&MBSR Sblnnston 6:64 10r^4'^| Enterprise ...4 7:04 11:04 Hutchinson .... 7:10 l?$&Jj?U|| Worthlngton ...6:16 7:16 11:18 Chlefton 6:20 7:20 Uonongah 6:32 7:32 QmWm Jayenne 6:45 7:46 12th Street ....6:51 7:51 11:51 Fairmont 7:00 8:00 12:06 -Hourly Until. Our atock of Wall Papar, .Hum , :. Molding*, Burlap, and Llneruatat Varnlahea and 8talna. j Ag.'nt, ror Sherwln and WIIIUhW a u i/wi/iuT it r.n 1 Both Phone*, Jacob* lldg? (ifldsotuino. arrlage to a (treat ear and ilty of mOTlng Homehold t 'j>; Ssi ce. Vhen jon need Coal, and to all part* of the dtp Hauling to io, or dedr* anyma*, he?? the man. S. Thomas,, "1^ J "* 9 I KtaHoc OA Ifppn rnfflno S UVV"