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.j-r- - ., < 'Vy l : J ' 1 ? ^ Tnaniptifm X z Minimum Charge 25c. x Xadvertiser has open ac-Z jFor ReiiTj Choice onice Rooms BPlfGBo, M.'Jacobs Bldo. t Monroe Street PJ^B^Slarinducements and- 0 ? Special Prices. Apply 0 Hn' %EO. M. JACOBS, m " Cwml' Clerk's Office. ' | WANTED WASTED?Four waitresses at Manley WANTED?Laborers; good wages, ^BteMy employment. Apply Tenth street, Belt Line, ^alrmont Mining WANTED?Chambermaid at the Man^SITED?Girl for general bousewo^fiJ .jApply 807 Benoni .avenue, tf |FOR RENT FOR RENT?A four room cottage at 722||3uton avenue. ' If .v"; FOKtRENT?Two dwelling houses In l?; Thm ward;, all modern conveniences, fc.i-; V^tjyiopatjBd. H. anain, reopies guu?. vy : FOj}, RElilT? Six room house. Inquire S. Ci-Morris, 228 Washington, St tf FOft'RENT-A few choice office rooms | ; la the new People's Bank building. - ' - ' ' TO VISIT NEWPORT. . President Roosevelt arid Wife to Be '._j~ Vanderbilt's Guests. llgfcoRT, R. I., July 30.?Newport aft hasfjearned that President Roosevelt v; ;; hasfkccept^d Jhe Inyltatfon to |visit thlttjdty August 15, to remain several vi s 'I?s understood that he and Mrs. Roosevelt -will visit Commodore and Mrs. Cornelius Vandernilt at Beaulleu, tr Mrs, Vonderbllt being a personal irie^d of their daughter, Mrs. Nicholas -Lonfcworth, who h^s ben her guest severs times both In New York and New; ~por t I*? , T te: President and-Mrs. Rooscvett S: will be the recipients of as many social -entertainments as they care to |H ace pt during their Newport stay. Mrs. rS- Varpjerbllt^ will arrive Wednesday or !?'' Thursday Of this wOek. , } ?? ' i -"WMt Virginian wants ads pay. i Madison Academy < Opens Fall Term Sept, 2 / Jacobs bldg., Fairmont, rf' Commercial, Classical, Normal ^nd, Scientific ^ranches Caught Day and evening ses-' sloni. Send for catalogue to A. M. VANTINE, A. B, Prie. ly'y>r THEY A?.WAY8 GO TOGETHER. ? ;, a hippy purse and a good, tour :';. lihing loaf of WlBe'p delicious i 'braid. Our bread doesn't mate ' your purse suffer. It la more economical than baking.at home, and v.; 1 you get palatable and wholesome g|? eating without cookflug during the heated term, at less cost than whea you bake yourselt Try ; some of our .to ^nM][ ^ ocrata iere arp patting In} considerable ofthelit time staining on |hej?ifeet corners and discussing who shall be the next Republican .oftndldate, Jor governor. This .se^ms to'me.ldle ""-V mend tW ways tjjey will have no lot nor part to the selection of the man, por to his election.. They need not} worry themselves atvnt.e Ma mflttpr. as the RfiDUbliC&Q party has many men in West Virginia wbo would make Idea) governors. The party bus always had an abundance of men for the offices and from the very beginning of the party there has always been great men for great responsibilities. Mannlngton' district Is always loyal to the, party , and can be depended on to do her whole duty when the time comes. To one who dally sees the many trains of coal going west It Is a perpetual wonder whyTn tills age of mqdem railroad building they forever keep on hauling this coal over the hills' tc Wheeling when an almost level road! could be built from here to. Smith field and from Smlthfield over the Short Line to the Ohio river. This will surely come to pass In the near future. Prof. Nelson, of Bellalre, was In the city, yesterday. He Is director of the "Woodmen's hand and Is- here weekly for the concert. Willie Mackey, of Morgantown, has returned to Ills home accompanied byBert Christy. ' ir? T* Tir pl.lot,. |e V|cntnff In \tnr. I an a. ci. I?.( v-ifi 'o.| m ii.i."..h " ?. gantown. Henry Cufinlnghara anil wife nije home from/a visit to friends in Ohio. Carollnet'Ancrews is attending thfe summer ^school at Morgantown. Mrs. L; E. Morgan, who Is spending the summer on Mods run, was In the city yesterday. , Mrs. Nellie Blncksbere Free left yesterday for Indian Territory. Mi]. Free went some days ago. Mrs. Fr^e was accompanied as far as Wheeling by Miss Gertrude Bailey, of Morgantown. j J. B. Dotts has returned after a tbr^e weeks' business trip to Penpsboro. , _ , , , _/A _f_VA 2^ joe Sjiaweifc reuirneu ihhi mgiu vyi No. 4. Miss Mallle Dotts spent Sunday witjh friends in Farmlngton. C. S. Baker, fo Fairvlew, was Jn town on business yesterday. Capt. Frank Burt, of New York City, Is here. He has just returned froip Cripple Creek, Colorado, where he has been in the interest of the Biujt Mines and Milling Co. Chas. Reeder is visiting friends at Everett, Pa. ' . ; James Burns has resigned hisjpositipn In the'Phillips Tool Co. anjl returned to his home In Butler. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Chns. L. Snodgrass have returned from Mt. Clemens, Mich..' where they have been for the past two weeks. Mrs. Olive Felley, who was Waiting of ftso hrtnin /if M T "YTflthAWS llflS TA. turned t,o her home at Beaver, Pa. She-was,accompanied as far as WheelInfl by ti'er iiephew, >Ir. Matthdws. I think in view of' the base ball controversy It will be well to print the enclosed affidavit: Barlow's Statement. State of West Virginia, County of Marlon, to-wlt: This day personally appeared before me the undersigned authority,-,. Fred G. Barlow, manager of the Mannington Athletics, a baseball team in Mannington, W. Va., who, being by me first duly sworn, did depose and say he was depending upon Umpire JcAnson, of the West Penp League, to umpire the -game between the Athletics and Polerwftnf tOotn .Qnhlrdotr Til 1V 97 LUC 1'aiiuiuuv kvuiu uvuiviuj | Uw>^ w 11 1907, and that he did not agree with the management of the Fairmont team to permit Umpire Nugent to act as umpire at said game, that Mr. Haymood's suggestion that Nugent he permitted to act as umpire was never consented to "by said Barlow."' FRED Q. BARLOW. Taken; subscribed nad sworn to before me In my said county this 29th day of July, 1907. H. H. ROSE We have an Elegant Line of acKUD IN BLACK and FANCY SHADES ' : , < ! ' > I '' a . *1 ? ?. ? ?? A DUll iroili OXIO Ul these would help SOME these warm days. I TMBUMIENNEN 'i "i ' l ~f -* i Mereh?nt"T>llor. . Notary public in and for the county jC|f Marlon, State of West Virginia, bum 01 wem Virginia, ?' County of Marion, torwlt: : j , This' day personally appeared before Tner the undersigned authority, Mike Hamilton, .-who, being by me first duly sworn, did dispose and Bay, that, on the 27th day of July, 1907, he heard Fred;G. Barlow talking..at. the ,"phone, In what appeared to be a conversation w'th the management ?f the Fajrmont baseball team that, at ~ao time during the conversation, did said Barlow agree that Nugent jibould act in the capacity or umpire for the game to be played that day between the Mannlngton Athletics and the Fairmont team could bring said Nugent If they wanted to, ibut that be, the said Ba'low. would select the umpire for the game. MIKE HAMILTON. Taken, subscribed and sworn to before me In my said county this 29th day of July, 1907. H. H. ROSE, Notary public In and for the county of Marion, State of West Virglhla. State of West Virginia, County of Marlon, to-wit: . This day personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority, Cbas. H. Shaw, who being by me first duly sworn, did depose nnd sny that he heard on the 27th day of July, 1907, Fred G. Barlow talking at the 'phone in what appeared to'be n conversation with Mr. Haymond, manager of the Fairmont baseball team; said that Barlow did-not, in said conversation, consent to have Nugent umpire the game to be played that day between the Mannlngton Athletics and the Fairmont team; but, that on the contrary, Said Barlow said that the Fairmont team could do as they pleased about bringing said Nugent with them, but that he, the said Barlow, would Insist upon selecting the umpire fpr said game. CHARLES H. SHAW, ; Taken, subscribed and sworn to before me in my said county this 29th day of July, 1907. H.H.ROSE, Notary public In and for the county Of Mnrlon State of West Virginia. RIVESVILLE NOTES RIVESVILLE, July 30?In the'West Virginian of .recent date your corre-l spondent made mention of the fact; that Rev. Clark, pastor of'the'M. E. I church, South, of tbfs' place, woulJ,| according to his own announcement, preach 'a very Interesting sermon of- j fering seventeen reasons why secret! orders were not good or godly, or ih; other words, that secret orders were' a detriment, to the principles of the' church, which of course, if his sermon had convinced the Utile audience of the following number that his declarations wbre right would by no means have made the belief unanimous Or frue in the town which the able reporter of the Times says was thrown into such confusion, deitfsions, conclusions, sensations or anything else, but wlth.due respect to the Times' reporter's -drawings as to Abe many, he seems to have seen flocking and fleeing like swarming bees hunting a tree in which to hive themselves', the Lone Star will endeavor to give the number of hearers who remained after other services and of oourse curiously heard the long 'looked for ex pression, and thank God the missiles have not even struck any one yet, much less seriously injured the ones the mouth of the cannon was pointed at. ' There may be said, and truthfully said, that less than' twenty persons of the age of twenty-one were present at the demonstration; and of courso some went through curiosity, some .through respect, some to worship God regardless of what the reverend might shoot into the little crowd as a stampede was not feared in-the last, as the an nouncement was never taken as serious by people in this section, therefore they did not arm themselves with a double vision aB did the Times man. The. Pythian Sisters of this place met at the K. of P. ball Thursday night last for the purpose of oonduotlng an Installation meeting, the object of the jneeting. being to elect officers for the 1 coming term, whfch is reported to be of six months duration. Tbe meeting ik said to bare been one-of the most pleasant ana. otisinees ukc uuring me life of the order, and the growth and strength of the order Is to say the least encouraging. The following offlcers wore electedj Most Excellent Chief, Mrs. B. C. Coogle; E. S., Mrs; I. J. Parsons; E. J., Mrs. I. S. Stewart; Manager, Mrs. John Morris; M. of E and C., Miss Edith Prickett; M. of F., Mrs. C. C. Arnett; Guard, Mrs. J. A. Hess; Past Chief. Mrs. B, D. SatterfielJ; Representative, Mrs. D. F. Clayton. LONE STAB. New Y6fk Town Burning. AUBURN, N. T? Jttly SO.?It is re ^itefl that the' entlre-trasmM# aeon of Moravia, N. Y., la belsg deatror iufers. 'Th?*e?rt"8l(le ot the Congo ppjl, in Hancock oo?mj. hM Jngiish ed another rairiy good -producer. it Is the.Congo'OH,Company's No. 4, on! the J. 'C. Hamilton farm and Is good for 160 barrels a day. When' shot It will no doubt show some Improvement. In the older parf of the development C. E. Brenneman & Co., have completed their No. 6 on the C. E. Brenneman farm and. wIlT not have better (ban a' 5 barrel pumper. since the completion of the fluster on jthe Brenneman heirs' farm, located southeast of developments there, has been a revision of the schedule of op-) eratlons contemplated In that quarter.' Those best Informed on the'present' condition of developments express the' opinion that the Congo pool will not have as high a production In the future! as .in the past.. On the South Fork of Hughes river. Murphy district, Ritchie county, the "Ritchie Mines Oil Company has completed its No. 14, on the_H. S. Wll i-?nnj Une ? ohnw fnr.n 1(1 bar-'. aui^ L?xim ouu, ub? ? . >. .? ~.? . rel pumper in the salt'sand. In the Salem district," Ten Mile creek, Harrison county, the Soutnj Penn Oil Company has drilled its No.! 3 on the M. T. Williams farm Into a 50 foot sand district, the same company drilling Its No. 3 on the M. T. Williams farm six feet into the Gordon and has developed no oil or gas. Gatser in Lewis County. On. Freeman's creek. Freeman's creek district, Lewis county, William Ahren has drilled his test on the Clayton E. Stoat farm Into the top of the Gordon sand and has a good gasser. It is still drilling and may And a second pay. in the Wallace district. In Harrison county, the South Penn Oil Company's No. 5 on the S. S. Shriver farm is holding up at 100 barrels a day. Before the close of the week there will lie several important tests in this district due to get the sand. On .Gillespie run, Clay district, Wood county; W.. J. Wharton has completed No. 9 on the Caroline Wharton and has a 20 barrel producer from the. second Cow run sand. On Flat Fork, Harper district. Bonne county, the American uu .Development Company has drilled lis second test on the E. M. Wright farm through tho salt sand and has a show for a natural producer good for' S or 10 barrels a (luy in that formation. TMs loc'lon is SOO feet northwest ofi tho same company's test on the B. F. j Pnnnollv farm Southeastern Ohio. In the Berea grit development on; the Ohio side, in the Lewisvffle district in Monroe county,1 Shear & Nonemaker have completed their No. 8 on the Henry Dougherty farm and since giving 1t a shot the hole has filled up I,200 feet with fluid and it will make a' 10 or 15 barrel producer. Dusters at Jerusalem. In the Jerusalem district in the same county, the Carter Oil Company has drilled Its No. 7, on the Alfred Riley farm through the Cow Run sand and has a duster. In Hie same district S. S. Bryan & Company, have completed No. 4, on the Peter Philips farm and have a duster in the Big Lime. Near Newport, Washington county, the VoHr.gblood Oil and Gas Company has completed and put its test on the L. N. Irvin farm to pumping and It produced 70 barrels the first twentyfour hours. This is the well that got its oil in the shale at a depth of 220 feet. It is not expected to hold up for any considerable time. In Fairfield county, located west of the Rushvilie Oil and Gas Company In a test on the E. E. Friend farm and Springfield Gas Company has drilled In a test on the E. E. Friend farina nd has a gasser that shows a capacity of 1,500,000 cubic feet a day. Jn the Payne district, Washington coiihty, there is a good "deal of new work starting and It promises to hold the position of the most active dls met in wasntngioa county (or ooiuo time to eome. The Pure Oil Company Is,starting,a 'teet on the D. D. Davis fa (in. OIL CITY?Credit balances, >1.78; runs, 159,,808 -barrels; average. 157,957 barrel^; shipment, ,284.0^9 barrels; average, 150,221 barrels. , NEW YORK?Standard Oil, 5500, , i J y AT/inr mi r siuntnit GOT ANOTHER RECRUIT THIS ! MORNING?CITY JAIL HAS LOST AN OCCUPANT. Andrew Orlch. George pusher and John Doe were the names that were on the police docket this morning. Andrew and John did not appear. George pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness. He Is keeping Chauncey Gordon company on the.stone pile. Minnie McDonald, coverel ohlefly by the darkness of the night, made her estape form .the city. Jail last, night. ^ Horn. FwiTbMnM Trip bujg, have returned from' a. several weeks' tripto.pOlnts east and north. They tI sited New York Oity, where they.took the boat for Boston^and after spending a few days there went onto Portland, Me. Returning home, they visited at the exposition at Jamestown,* Va. Miss Matilda will Hnpnd several Jars here with her sis ter beforeireturning to Pittsburg. Col. Francit to Wed. r A nnouncement Is made that Col. M. J. Francis, of WllBonburg, and Miss Agnes Fitzgerald, ojt Memphis Tenn., will be married to-morrow In pt. Peters church, at Memphis. Mr, E..Stringer Boggess, of this city Will be best man, and Miss Fay, of Ttetroit, maid of honor. Cot. and Mrs. Francis will spend their honeymoon In England and Ireland.?Clarksburg Telegram. Have Chartered Car. The ladles or the First Baptist church have chartered a car for their picnic at Traction Park on.Thursday afternoon. It will leave Eighth street, Locust avenue, seven minutes before two o'clock and come around through town with the regular car leaving the Watson corner at two o'clock. The fare for the round trip will be only ten cents. A nice turn out Is anticipated. In Honor of Mist Mattingly. Complimentary to her house guest, hllss Ella Mattlugly, of Morgantown, JHsb Mary Haymond was hostess to a number of her friends last evening at Shady Side. A delightful evening was spent at various social diversions and tempting refreshments, were served. Miss Mattingly returned home this .-morning.; j. b . Ice Cream Festival. TUn -Wocf iPalrmnnt Qtin.Tnv Snhnn) Mission will .give an Ice cream festival on Thursday, evening of tills week at tlje Chapel [Oti gtli street, Fifth ward. The public Is. Invited to attend. BODY IS HIDDEN '.l it T?? BUT THE MAN COMES ; TO LIFE AND NOW THERE'S ALL, KINDS OF TROUBLE. PITTSBURG, July 30.?Left .'for, dead and his body covered with .a piece of carpet, to prevent discover}-, John Bodlner, of Gallatin, who had been /beaten -Into insensjbllity by several companions, finally recovered, crawled out from under the covering and now has the satisfaction of knowing Ills alleged assailants are In jail. The Incident occurred at a picnic near Gallatin yesterday. Bodlner did something which angered his companions, and later they are said to have fain In wait for him, beaten him until | they thought him dead, then to have J thrown his body over,a fence and| covered It with some carpet. All thej paries to the fight arc Poles. podlner managed to crawl to_ the office-of Justice of the Peace Roth, of Gallatin, where he made Information against Dan Sabo and Prank and Charles Jdnhart, charging them with felonious assault and battery. They were committed to the county jlll last night, to be held for a hearing. . Married To-Day, Mr. .William L. Minor and Miss Llllie Notes were married to-Jay by Rer.| C. H. 'Arnold. See Shlnn & Ross at South Sld? Pharmacy for your drugwants. 8t FURLOUGH TO JAIL SAILORS FROM THE GEORGIA, ! CHARGED WITH SHOOTING, UNDER ARREST. PITTSBURG, July 30. ? Coming home to see his parents on a Ave days' furlough from the battleship Georgia, where he passed .unscathed, through the tragedy of thcee weeks ago, Howard Clugston, an 18 year old sailor, was arrested by County Detective O'Brien and Davis, charged with the sbboting of bis aunt, Mrs. Sophia McDowell, of Clarksvllle, on May 16. 1906. He was in the uniform of the navy at the time of his arrest ahd claimed exemption on that account;' . but It did not deter the officers. He was found near the scene of the shooting Notice to Degree of Pocahontas. All members of Waneta Council No. T 6, Degree of Pocahontas, will meet at their wigwam at 12:30 Wednesday. July 31st, to attend the funeral of Sister Nora Hill at Monongab. Will leave on the 1 o'clock car.. e: , SADIE HAWKINS, e Keeper of Records. n ??? a Home From Atlantic City. . g A party, of fifteen of Watson's dlSr a tlngulshed . citizens , returned to-day o, from a visit to Atlantic City. Post ei a Clearanc MEN'S AND BJ ^ All Men's Fam Fancy Worsteds and Cassii Mixtures; Suits that represent and material. All sizes include Special Lot ( Formerly $7.50 to $18.00. Sizes 35 to 40, inclusive?laolci up for it in material. Suits for the dollars he can save. Many until Christmas. See them to< Young Men's T , Sizes 33 to.3G Values from $5.00 (o $18.C Not n whole .lot, but lots of vi weights, light and dark mixture Young'Men's' Sizes 33 tt> 35 values irom ifu.uu io.?iu.? this wiU fit big boys or little coats?but tvell worth this! monc $1.90 pair for a 1 Formerly $2.50 Fancy Cassi meres and Worstei of $2.50 to $3.50 styles' to close , 25 Per Cent Less for a lot of Children's Suits Age 3 to 16 Years, Were $2.00 to $7.60, Now $1.50 to $5.6 Two piece Suits. Double Breai Cd Coats, Buster Brovfti ai Blouse styles. Fancy Cassimer and Worsteds in G.ray and Ti Mixtures. , ^ 1-5 Off All. Other Boy's Clothing Except Plain Bluet. $1 35 fnr Men's. . $1.75 Shoes A strong, sturdy Shoe for men of calfskin that no maker ican produce to-day for $1.35. Boys'$1.50 Shoes $14 $1.19. Boys' $2.00 Shoes p.. .$1/48. Boys' $2.60 Shoes'.;..$1.90. Boys' $3.00 Shoes ....$1.98. J. M. HABTLEY & SON; LOST HIS MIND hird officer of ill farted steamer columbia has be ' come Insane. ; *i i t SAN FRANqiSCO, July 30,?Robrt Hawes, third officer of the 111 tat d steamer Columbia, has lo# his ilnd brooding over the controversy rising .among . the survivors as rt: ?rt^? his conduct at^thei toe p* the veck with the San Pedro.;( He inte violent last night and '*? plae 1 In the pension ward of the city 7? Reduced ' | I V. * .' II I is what 3 ou can,lm^^D i I b 11 " I ' iiue iur ' JP^|B$!qdh|E^^ V IMM I _____ LONDON J 1 30 Wh General wl 11 : continue ^djr on . he is stftftod on a wHir OuBbu^^^I -- ,--i"o'-:.--'.X- TTiii:,?"