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JOHN R. COOK, M. D.,
18$^ i"' FAIRMONT, W. VA.
OBce at Hospital.
W. C. & JESSE A. JAMISON,
Phyildans and Surgtom.
Mtftasl Strut, Fairmont. W. Va.
DENTISTS.
DR. 4. O. McNEELY,
tun ST., "fairmont. W. VA.
' PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
LAWYERS.
M. EARLE MOROAN,
, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Block, Opposite Marietta Hotel.
Ramsae. Ira L. 8mlth.
RAMAGE d SMITH,
RKRww*' Attorneys at Law,
wk'n^- Booms 27 an 28, Trust Building.
- Cons. Phone, 551.
^7 JOHN L.?LEHMAN,
LAWYER.
- FAIRMONT. W. VA.
,^7 Office, Hall Block.
A. L. LEHMAN,
Attorney at uaw,
FAIRMONT. W. VA.
Office, Hall Block.
W. 8. MEREDITH,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
Office, Hall Blocs.
HARRY 8HAW,
Lawyer,
ONrt-Houae, Fairmont, W. Va.
T. N. PARKS,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
Mn, Main SL, Opposite Court-House.
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E. F. HARTLEY,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
Offloa, First National Bank Building.
JA8. A. MEREDITH
Attorney at Law,
* FAIRMONT TRUST CO. Bi-DO..
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
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All the
Latest Books and
Magazines
f A complete line of
1 , all klnda of Sta|
~ iranary and Sup.
pllea for home or
office.
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A. Lr. Man-Ill uu.
C. A. BONHAM,
PLUMBING
and Gas Fitting.
217 Walnut Ave. Both Phonea
I PILES
m D. Hut. Thompson. Sir'lH
Graded 8?heaU, BUtMrlUa, H. C., vriln: " I.UHJ
(toy da ail tm elala tm Urn." Or. f. U. Duron,
Bam Book, w. Ya., trriteaj "Tbey five BolTrmlMtli-l
CUrtobarf, T?m., vrlua:
"la a ymtUt U year., I bar. found M rt*?ir io|
wjaal your*.- Patca, SO Cant. Saaplaa Fm. mmI
Soli In Fairmont bf W. R. Crane & Co.
' CAll FOR FREE SAMPLE
Smith's Shoes
FOR LITTLE GIRLS AND
FOR BIG GIRLS, TOO,
COST A LITTLE MORE
BUT WEAR TWICE AS
LONG.
ji
Any
(hoe looks well In a
picture, but you cannot
Judge its quality until you
have It In your hand and
look It all over, and then
put it on the foot and see
how It fita.
: '
- WE WILL PUT OUR TIME
i AGAIN8T YOUR8 TO SHOW YOU
THAT IT'S ECONOMY TO BUY
YOUR DAUGHTER'S SHOES AT
' *( .. ..
Smith's
I Shoe Store
327 Main St.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE.
8Undlng of the Club*.
Won. Lost Pet
Chicago 65 18 .753
New York- 43 26 .628
Pittsburg 42 28 .500
Philadelphia 39 81 .557
Boston 30 39 .435
Cincinnati 31 42 .425
Brooklyn 30 43 .411
St Louie 17 60 .22i
Yesterday's Results.
Philadelphia, s; ruisuuns, t.
Brooklyn, 1; Chicago. 0.
Cincinnati, 4; Boston, 5.
New York, 7; St. Louis, 1.
To-Day's Games.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at Boston
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at New York.
A Blanket for
Beaver Falls
MACK'S BUNCH PUT UP A NICE
SHUT OUT GAME YESTERDAY.
BEAVER FALLS, July II. ? The
Fairmont team took a brace yesterday
and defeated the local team In a well
played game. Score:
BEAVER FALLS. R. H. P. A. E.
Brown, If 0 0 1 0 0
Devers, 2b 0 0 2 3 0
Neblnger, ss 0 1 3 1 1
Watchorn, 3b 0 0 1 4 1
Helntz, lb 0 0 11 0 0
Kelly, m 0 0 2 0 0
Carter, rf 0 1 0 0 1
White, c 0 1 3 2 0
Michaels, p 0 0 3 0 0
Totals 0 3 26 10 3
FAIRMONT, R. H P. A. E.
Mack,, 2b 0 0 2 2 0
Keller, rf 0 2 2 1 0
Evans, lb 0 0 14 0 0
Gates, 3b 0 0 1 2 0
Haugbt, m 0 2 2 1 0
Conners, c 1 0 2 0 0
Cowan, ss 2 2 1 5 0
Murphy, If 2 0 2 0 0
Jackson, p 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 5 6*26 12 0
'Jackson out for bunting third
strike.
Beaver Falls ...0 0000000 0?0
Fairmont 0 01 00002 2?6
Base on balls?off Michaels, 2; off
Jackson, 2. Struck out?bf Michaels,
3; by Jackson, 1. Double play?Dev
ers and Heintz. Time?i:su. umpire
?Johnson.
Greensburg Lost.
GREENSBURG, July 10.?Greensburg's
erratic playing and inabllty to
hit cost them yesterday's game. Whitmyre
was touched up hard. Score:
Clarksburg 12060000 0?5
Gfdensburg 1 0 1000000 0?1
Ne-.1t7.llng. Lower and Terrel; Whitmyre
and Reed.
Bdtler Lost Again.
CONNELLSVILLE, July 11.? Connellsvllle
again proved too fast for the
Butlerltes, winning the fifth successive
game from them. Score:
Connellsvllle ...2 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 x?9
Butler 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0?3
Welsh, Tate; Roche, Prunkenberry.
Beat P. 0. M. Team.
SCOTTDAI.E, July 11.?Score:
Scott.lale (W. P.) 4
Unite.! (P. 0 M.) 3
15 Innings.
Reafl the Dally West Virginian.
Heart Strength
Heart Ptrength, or Heart Weakness. means If em
Strength, or Nerve Weakness?nothing more. Po?
Itlvoly. not one weak heart in a hundred in, in it
elf. actually diseased. It Is almost always a
hidden tiny little nerve that really is all at fanlt
This obscure nerve?the Cardiac, or Heart Nerv?
?simply needj, and must have, more power, mors j
stability, more controlling, more governing
strength. Without that the Heart must contlnus j
to fail, and the stomach and kidneys also have1
these 3amo controlling nerves.
This clearly explains why, as a medicine. Dr.'
8hoop's Restorative has tn the past done so much
for weak and ailing Hearts. Dr. Shoop first sought I
tho cause of all this painful, palpitating, suffocat
ing heart distress. Dr. Shoop's Restorative?thil J
popular prescription?is alone directed to these
weak and wasting nerve centers. It builds; |
it strengthens: It oilers real, genuine heart help.
If you would have strong Hearts, strong di.
.-wii-i. i
cestlon, strengthen th&w noxves? nMauiuua*.
them aa needed, with
Dr. Shoop's
Restorative
E. A. BILLINGSLEA & CO.
riivrr To women for collecting
rUrr nnvoi.
1 VILL nuuit? " u o wu4 ""'r*
_____ ties, we give big premiums
Send your name today
for our new plan of big profiti with
little work, Write to-day. Address,
C. T. HOSELEY, .Premium, depart
ment, 32 E, 23rd St., New York City.
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AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost Pel.
Chicago ... 45 25 .643
Clereland 45 29 .808
Detroit 39 29 .674
Philadelphia 3 9 32 .549
New York 34 34 .600
St. Louis 30 43 .411
Boston 27 44 .380
Washington ........... 22 43 .338
Yesterday's Results.
Boston, E; Cleveland, 0.
Cleveland, 2; Boston, 0.
Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, 1,
Detroit, 9; New York, 4.
To-Day'a Garnet.
Boston at Cleveland.
New York at Detroit.
Washington at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Nice Game
Last Evening
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FAIRMONT COAL COMPANY TEAM
FELL DOWN BEFORE THE
MACHINE CO. MEN.
A team selected from the office
force of the Fairmont Coal Company
was defeated by a team taken from
the employes of the Fairmont Mining
Machinery Company in a twilight
game at South Side Park last evening
by a score of 5 to 4. Score:
COAL C. AB.R. H. P. A.E.
Fleming, c 3 0 0 4 0 Oj
Robertson, 3b 1 2 1 2 2 0
Cole, ss ' 2 .1 2 0 2 2
Humphreys, lb 2 0 1 0 0 1
Reltz, 2b 2 o u u u v
Satterfleld, p 2 0 0 0 3 1
Hawkins, W 2 1 0 0 0 1
Stevens, If. 2 0 0 0 0 0
Martin, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 18 4 4 12 7 5,
MACHINE CO. AB. II. H. P. A.E.:
Smith, as 3 10 110
Qulnn, 2b ?2 0 0 1 0 0
Berry, rf .1 1 0 0 0 0
Stewart, If 3 1 1 0 0 0
WaymariT m 3 1 0 0 0 I
Blllingham, lb 2 1 0 8 0 0
Colburn, c 2 0 0 2 0 0
Watklns, p 2 0 0 0 4 1
Griffith, 3b 0 0 0 0 2 1
Totals 18 6 1 12 7 2
Eearned run..Coal Co., 1. Three
base bit?Cole. Home run?Robertson.
First base on balls?off Watklns,
1; off Satterfleld, 2. Struck out?by
Watklns, 2; by Satterfleld, 4. Hit by
pitcher?Berry 2, Qumn. Time?One
hour. Umpire?Ashcraft.
Names Wanted
SEND LIST OF WEST VIRGINIANS
OUT OF STATE TO WHEEL
ING BOARD OF TRADE.
Plans for West Virginia Homo Coming
Week, September 8-15, are progressing
rapidly, and Secretary Naylor,
of the Board of Trade, is prepar
ing lo send out tie Invitation souvenir
postal of tie city. In speaking of the
matter yesterday, he said:
"We are desirous of distributing the
postal, which are really very handsome,
and contain a lateet view of
Wheeling, as widely as posslblo over
the country. The co-operation of the
public in this will be needed, and lists
of former West Virginians now living
without the State should he prepared
and sent to ".is In order that these people
may all be sent a postal. Tills applies
not only to Wbeellu# but persons
from all parts of the State who
have relatives living without the
State should send their names and addresses
in.
"Indications are that Home Coming
Week will surpass anything of the
kind ever attempted by Wheeling, and
from all sides the most flattering of
reports are received, while many
prominent people within and without
the State have accepted Invitations to
be present, and several will make addresses
welcoming doy."?Wheeling Intelligencer.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with local applications, as thoy cannot
rench the seat of the dlcsase.
Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional
disease, and In order to cure It you
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
combination of the two Ingredients
Is what produces such wonderful results
In curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO, Props.,
Toledo, 0.
ISold by DruggiBts, price 7b.
Take Hall'a Family Pllla for conBti
patlon.
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WEST PENN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Club*.
Won. Lost Pet
. I .... ?I-Y- AI\ la fi7fl
rMinraun i ..... m ,? ?
Beaver Falls ......... 31 25 .564
, Butler 33 27 .560
Clarksburg 30 30 .500
Greensburg : 27 29 .482
Connellsvllle 27 32 .458
Scottdale 23 29 .442
Somerset 16 36 .308
Yesterday'* Results.
Fairmont, 5; Beaver Falls, 0.
Clarksburg, 9; Greensburg, 1.
Connellsvllle, 9; Butler, 3.
To-Day's Game*.
Fairmont at Butler.
Beaver Falls at Greensburg.
Clarksburg at Scottdale.
Trv a West Virginian want ad.
!
Killed by Engine
At Smithfield
SYLVESTER HORNOR STRUCK
WHILE STANDING ON SHORTLINE
TRACK AT SMITHFIELD.
CLARKSBURG. July 11.?Sylvester
Hornor was killed by the Short Line
passenger train at Smlthfield Tuesday
night, as the. train slowed up for the
station. . Hornor was standing on the
track and for some reason did not get
off when the train approached and
the engine struck h(m before It could
_ -a 1 T T f rt nmno nnil To fro WAPO
| D? BlDpptu< fits aiuto ?uu iwga nv?v
I cut off and his body mangled. He died
Instantly. Hornor had just gone from
the mountains in the interior of the
State to SmlthSeld, and intended to
board the train for Robinson as he
had purchased a ticket for that point.
The remains were taken to Robinson.
It is stated tbat the dead man
1b a relative of William Hornor,
druggist at West Union. His age was
about 40 years and nothing Is known
at Smlthfleld of his family.
Piles get quick and certain relief
from Dr. Sboop's Magic Ointment
Please note it Is made alone for
Plies, and Its action Is positive and
certain. Itching, painful, protruding
or blind piles disappear like magic
by its use. Largs nlckel-oapped glass
jars 50 cents. Sold by E. A. Blllingsiea
& Company.
BIG LOT BALK JULY 23d, 1907, J.
--- *rortu AnniTisM Trt ram.
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MONT. 6t
m We want to keep our
? DulJ Season. Today we o
J tions. Four hnndred st]
J workmanship guarantor d,
TAYLOR, T
g Parks Ave-, Near Brid;
9 Suits and Topcoats,
^ - * ir.n TT_A_ r
We nave a iew naw 101
# hats, Must have more root
# Pressing, Cleaning, Rep&i
0 short notice. Called for t
^ 100J. Monthly rates on t
f ItlfUM
iQBOTT
flv Wilis!
im 6 Full (Q
(ff\ |\\ Carolina V
! t1Carolina Wfcbltoy wfll
rl I I ifi IE ill i Mi "d in onr estin
i I ?HH j III ill tares sold by irrcsponsl
> I 11 per gallon. womaKflBi
1 fc-'lH'' m 'JjOii that wa ara not afraid of
t teen acres, making us th
1 3 SAMPLE BOTT
will ship you by expr
111 filllrlril 1H *^2'1 ir k " "'goKFbi
HlflVIIlllWl SPECIAL NOTICE! W
, UlVlni|JI Ihitf in North Carolina, Yin
bapbhahphh id ouer ?i??a ww
( must remit 60c, extra.
' uiilKlilll aomo other expreaa line
' munwimm bottles and we will pre?
f|pep^!lin|| the caspe;
ill Iff I BU <u?'-w 1
|xlli j|| WW *" "" 'J"
TO HAVE GREAT!
REUNION OF SONS ANO
DAUGHTERS.
BOSTON. July 11 ?For seven days
Boston, the historic capital. of Mas- .
sachusetts, will be "at home" to all tier
sons and daughters, no matter where
they reside. The entire time will be
given to a series of midsummer,festivities
and observances such as no other
city in the world Is in a position to
off its guests.
The programme for the week lSy-s '
follows:
Sunday, July 28?"Founders' Day." '
Special religious services in the
churches. Band concert on the Common.
Monday, July 29?"Patriots' Day."
Mass meeting of patriotic societies in
Mecnanlcs' Hall, afternoon; reception
in the evening. Dedication of historical
tablet on School street. '
Tuesday, July 30?"Homecomers'
Day." Muster and playout of New I
England Veteran Firemen. Public 1
meeting In Symphony Hall. Open-air i
horse show and races. Dedication of
new Cambridge Bridge. Special ovservances
In the various Jocal Jls- j
| trlcts. Fairbanks family reunion. Receptiou
on board the United States
frigate Constitution.
Wednesday, July 31?"New England
Day." Grand civic and trades parade.
Banquet to visiting governors, mayors
and other distinguished guests.
Thursday, August 1?"Massachusetts
Day." Automobile parade. Fishermen's
race. Athletic games on the
Common. Reunion of old-time baseballlsts.
Orchestral concert. Et'enIng,
electrical parade.
Friday, August 2?"Women's Day."
Reception by various women's organl
zatlons. Children's entertainment.
Wheelmen's outing.
Saturday, August 3?"Military Day."
Mobilization and parade of the State
militia. Rowing regatta. Yacht races.
Centennial anniversary celebration in
Brlghtton. Amateur athletics.
The arrangement; for the great reunion
are In the hands of a committee
of one thousand, made up of citizens
representing practically every Industry,
pursuit and activity In the city,
assisted by an auxiliary committee of
women. Mayor John F. Fitzgerald Is
chairman of this committee, and tee
executive committee Is composed of
some 75 of the most active and Influential
residents of Boston.
Irrigation has probably been practiced
more extensively In Australia
than anywhere else on the globe. In
New South Wales alone more than 2,000,000
acres hare been reclaimed by
the development of the ground water.
I IN THE GLOAMINfii
Id the morning or after* 9
noon we fit yon oat in 0
the styles suitable for f
the occasion Pick yonr f
materials from our neat, ?
rich and elegant assort* _
ment of fabrics, and J
when we have cut and ?
fitted your suit you
know that your style is ?
the best and that you 0
look like a man of taste. 9
Tailors busy during the ?
ffer you Great Reduc* 9
rles to select from. Fit and
or no pay.
HE TAILOR*
ge, See Big Electric Sign J
$15, up. Match us if you can. g
*1 We are coiner out of 91
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n. #
ring and Dyeing done on %
md delivered. Bell phone g
implication. 0
leiifiiittn
She
uarts For 00 QC
/hiskcy ?^L.UU
rive excellent satisfaction. It Is a well aged I
ration, far superior to the decoctions and nix- |
ble mail order whiskey houses at $aOO to 13.50 ;
pecial price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
! any kind of competition Our plants cover four- I
o largest mail order whiskey house in the world.
i.FS FRFF^ Cut out this advertisement and
m?mmmmmmm return It with $2.95 and WC
eta 6 full quarts of Carolina Whiskey and we
rax. complimentary, a sample bottle of each,
ind" and Casper's 12 Year Old White Corn.
a deliver the above express prepaid anywhere
rinia and West Virginia, bat customers living
I by Adams or Southern Express Companies.
Buyers oast of Mississippi River residing on
e most send 83.85 for the 6 quarts and 8 sample
ay express. Remit cmh with order and address t
R. CO., Inc., Roanoke, Va.
Dwnmof U.S. B#|t?l?red WitUlarxNa. SOS, lib Diet., Vt.
MKtJfiM qf P. S, Offlmrs and cwnalMd pare uder Um
fffstlMjs9mt and Prai Law.
FAttMONT. W. VA.
I. V WATtON, Pmidwrt.
J. a. MAVDBN. Vie* PrMldMt
.WALTON MILLER, CWll?r.
Director*:
L a FLEMING, J. * HAYOElf
<1. a WATSON,
?. L. HUTCHINSON,-F. a NICHOLS,
0. a McKINNEY, C. a MANLEY.
capiui, HKLooaoa.
Undivided Profit*, tHO^OOMb
Tnimu * central banking beat
MM.
Aecotmt* of corporation*, Drmi and
ndlvfduala received upon the moet
avorabls term* conilitent with aoond
ind coniervatlve banking.
Internet paid on time lepeilt*.
Separate vanlt with aafetj depoalt
>oxe* for use of customer*.
Home Savings Bank
Fairmont, W. Va.
a a xt T> vttvtrvr P**Mtftant.
I OA1U i?. uuwuu * ?
J. W. IRVIN, Vice Pre?idenl,
; J. CLARENCE HALL, Cubler.
IUwIwi Dtpotlti Subject to Cheek
Paya 4 per cent INTER*
EST on SAVIN6S and
TIME depoaita.
Opea 8?turd?y Evening
@MEN1N0W0MEI
Um Big ? for anaatwn;
iUeharfw^ilwHn
irritation t mloarack*
f maeoii ttsmbrutt
PtIalM,udiMiHt<i
fiat or nUmom.
MilfBiiiM
r ml la ?Ula vrayftt,
this bank when you open 3
ods are "safe" and we e:
consistent with good bank
We solicit the accoui
and individuals.
4PER CENT INTEREST Pa
FIRST NATK
FAIRMOM
United States and
State Depository 81
FRANCIS E
Fire llnd
H /
M<J
To Rc
201 and 203 M
UfhnlAcalA m
IIIIUIUUUIU U1H
Mai
I am prepared to famish all V
on shortest notice at wholesale or
All Cattle, Calves, Hogs and I
all butchered In Fairmont
WE HANDLE NO C
Will buy any good stock for bt
Join F
CORNER MARKET AND MERCH
^5cS\ BestSumm
ixJ When the hot dtjl tad
Bran unleu cared for promptly I
DR. FAHRNE
Ttiootheeanditrenfthene
aM&SVf rf&Btl Maiee teetbtaaaafeaodet
corellKOcUc. *c.atdn]|
Capital Stock Paid in
$1500,000.06: III
Geo. M. Jacobs Presdent
W. 8. Haymond ...... Vice
J. M. Browafleld ;... Caahtec
Oar fire end burglar proof vaults
are free to customers for privatepsWe
solicit your business, which will
receive prompt and careful atientlj|ij|j
Directors?Geo. M. Jacobs, W. &
Meredith, J. M. Hartley. Harry Bbaw,
W. 3. Haymond, C. E. Hutchinson,
Howard R. Furbee.
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UIMCI1* UUIIdl OdNHga /%
BANK
I Does a general banking boat- 0
PAYS 4 PER CENT. ON TIME
anil Sarlngi Deposit*. Open
Batnrd&ji from ? a. m. until '. ?
. m.
J. R. LINN, Caihltr.
* SHREWSBURY B. MILLER, t-;|
Civil Engineer.
Office?Jacobs Building, ';':
Fairmont, W. V*. P. 0. Box, A- '
10 -Teara Experience In General , -J
Engineering. ? ^
FAIRMONT ICE AND FUEL CO,
M. M. Foeter, Manager.
| Office?Room 208 Masonic Temple.
' Phones?F. and M., S98; Bell, 3S3-0.
for ;|i
"passing,;
. W'
four account. Oar math-. J |
ctead every accomodationi
its of corporations, firms
id on Certificate* of OepotiiV -Si
DNAL BANK
IT, W. VA.
Capital $100,000!
jrplus and Profits $123,000| ^
5. NICHOLS
tranter I
IS
VED
[asonic Temple
]M Meat
Jnds of Freah Home Dreised Ileal
.ambs are eerfully selected end are
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HICAGO MEAT. j |
itehering. _ ,/jffllll
eorene, ;
ANT 8T? FAIRMONT, W. VA. ?
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