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CKy Hospital News. Mes Branson, a typhoid fever *as dismissed yesterday, farles Moore was admitted ' for medical treatment. Mrs. Helen Brlstor has returned from Flemlngton, where she has been Born! to Mr. and Mrs. N. E. NuH aim, of Merchant street, a daughter, r .'lJ^iefBapilne Gllhart, who has been was a tnslnes svlsitor to llurs.kj^ilaon Fetty, of near Bunners, - Mrs. Rasse has returned from a jBplfaie weeka'" ;vlslt at Pittsburg. [ viMr. T.|ri':;Hoult Is quite sick at his i home on-;fcpJuuiabla street Mrs. Liberty Travis and children went to Triune this morning for a^ Mrs. Sadie Hawkins, who has been very 111 of typhoid fever, Is able to EVfcWpii. pcoti, 01 wasningion, u. i i visiting relatives In this ward. I vjaild Mrs. John Vanata and chll^jahehe and Hazel, and Mrs. jejfVanata went.to Independence :|tid;Mrs. Newton Morrow, Bessie 'jfimes Morrow and Mrs. Harve ite^liaye-returned from Morgan-J .fwiiere they were called by the C of little Delilah Frum. i^aln.S Mrs. Hugh F. Smith are Mr from Merchant to Columbia Iltion ot Daughter of tie soon. Leave your order Jk Store. x iir I. QUESTIONS HARGE AGAINST "DOC" NGHAM WHO WAS ARRESTED. TON, July 31.? Because id uniform examination rrest has been made. R. am was taken into customs on the West Side, bewith iboth a misdemeanor m is a married man and here. He is charged with ith the examination, a 1 and also with having I bought the list of quesstributed them. He was itectlve Freeman and takEBce of Squire Cottrll, ade arrangements for bis before the magistrate August 7th. t caused somewhat of a unnlngham, known by his i, "Doc," yas not suspecttlmates and neighbors, aiiasette contained informamorning relative to.the I fact that "Doc" was suslat his arrest would likely [ jfviB not likely that any more arrests of Charleston people will be made BBfrprSXVwhyi- Onwia *nn*a nnn +/> fnllnw Vn*t? I ovwhi kwiuv uivie UIC IU iuiiun| uunever, and a Urge number of persons ; tvHI be made to pay the penalty of cheating in a school examination. We are booking orders for the Daughter of the Elm and The Traitor. Leave your order quick. Globe Book The Kelley-Flnley Lumber Co. has a very complete stock of lumber apd building material at present, and all will find it profitable to see them be ; CLARKSBURG, July 31.?Bridgeport citizens interested in securing Broadthis Institute for that town held a meetlna Monday night in the Baptist church there and received the report I of 'the soliciting committee. The report shows that $9,510 has been raised in cash contributions for the project of removal, leaving but $490 to he raised to make th^ amount an even ten thousand. , The .board of trustees of the Institute will be asked to accept this amount and It Is confidently believed it will do so. In addition Mrs. O. D. Barnes will give the Institute twenty acres of land for a site and Miss Charity Johnson has agreed to give the school five acres for athletic grounds. The proposition will be cdnsidered at an early date by the trustees of tbe school. A Judge Ready to Acknowledge Error. As a Judge Taft earned the reputation of being fearless and Just, and It was this reputation which accounts In part for his popularity In 6hlo, He was never afraid to strike at evil and always ready to accept full responsibility for bis judicial decisions and orders. Yet he was as ready to acknowledge any error on his part, and a remarkable Instance Is recorded where he actually apologized to a litigant for uncomplimentary allusions made from the bench. The town of Hartwell, In Hamilton county, Ohio, became invdlved In a dispute with a railroad company. There were writs of Injunction and mandamus and other proceedings sought by the town authorities or the company. The mayor, of Hartwell turned the hose on workmen who tried to lay rails at nigbt. When one aspect of the cash was brought before Judge Taft be took occasion to criticise the mayor severely. The mayor, willing to be made a victim of the court's power to punish for contempt, wrote a letter to Judge Taft complaining bitterly that the court's reference to himself was obiter dictum and was entirely outside the court's powers. The mayor confidently expected to be haled before Ibe bar. To his surprise, however, he received a letter from Judge Taft admitting that he had gone farther than he should In his comments on the mayor's attijtude and asking the mayor to accept [his apology for what he had said. j t That was Taft all through. Conscientiously believing originally that It was his duty to rebuke toe mnyor, ne saw the matter In a new light -when phaslze the chonge of view, added an1 wrong was presented and he made haste to correct the error, and, to emphasize teh change of view, added an apologly.?From "William H. Taft as. a Judge on the Bench," by Richard V. Oulajinn, in the American Review of Reviews for August. Come to Lloyd's Booit Shop for reductions In china, pictures, curtains and wall paper. Absurdity of War Talk. War In modern times presupposes some fundamental dispute or antagonism that cannot be dealt with by diplomacy or arbitration. Furthermore, I . 11.. i,? wur i? u?uun> ancuucu uj *?-w ing on both sides. But it so happens that there does not now exist, nor has there 'ever existed, any cause of war whatsoever between Japan and the United States. Nor is there any warlike feeling toward the United States. Valthaa Jo tliara oflxr mipatlnn ftf ItlfPT est Involved, such as leads nations sometimes to And pretext lor war because of some conquest or acquisition they desire to make. Japan possesses nothing that we could acquire or could possibly wish to gain. We, on the other hand, have nothing that Japan could hope to gain and hold with benefit to herself, as the result even of a successful campaign. ? From "The Progress of the World," In the American Review of Reviews lor August. Heart Strength Heart Strength, or Heart Weakness, means Nern Strength, or Nerve Weakness?nothing more. Positive]?. not one weak heart In a. hundred is, in Itself. actual]? diseased. It is slmoet always a hidden tin? little nerve that really Is all at fault This obscure nerve the Cardiac, or Heart Nerve ?simply needs, and must have, more power, mors stability, more 'controlling, more govern in | strength. Without that the Heart most continue to fail, and the stomach and kidneys also havs these same controlling nerves. This clearly explains why, as t medicine. Dr. Bhoop's Restorative has in the pest done so much for weak and ailing Hearts. Dr. Slioop first sought the cause of all this painful, palpitating, suffocating heart distress. Dr. 8hoop's Restorative?this popular prescription?is alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers. It builds; It strengthens; it offers real, genuine heart holp. If you would have strong Hoarta, strong dfc gestlon, strengthen these nerves- re-establish tham as needed, with Dr. Shoop's Restorative E.A. BILLINGSLEfl&Cg . card and, pointing to fl chair, said to "Dent as a brass kettle and dumb as an oyster." The man straightened himself out In the chair when his manipulator began lathering bis face. "This deaf case bis a cheek like a tone wall," be said, when a general langh followed. "Stick a pin In blm and see If be Is ** ?sitA ; CUIUCV UUUJifj DUIU M.VWV.. Tbe victim remaining undisturbed, the fallowing shots were fired at him by tbe delighted tonsorlal artists: "He needs a shampoo. His bend Is dirtier than a public bouse doormat" "Sbave blm with a stool leg. Don't spoil your razor on that stubble" "Gracious, what a guy! He'd make, a good bird frlghtener." "He ought to rent that nose for.a locomotive headlight," etc. While all these complimentary allusions were flying about him the operation of shaving was finished, nnd the man arose, put on bis coat and then, turning to the astonished barber, said: "How much for the shave and compliments?" "I?I?I?I!" gasped the astonished man. "Oh, nothing-nothing?call again ?excuse"- And as the stranger left tbe shop the discomfited barbers swore that they would never believe In a deaf and dumb man again until they bad first fired a ten pound cannon about his ears.-Boston Herald. A HUMAN BRICK. ' 8ulcids's Ashes Pressed Into a Block and Buried. The first bnman brick In history lies In Hand In Hand cemetery, West Roxbury, Mass. The' brick Is composed of five parts of cement and one part ashes. The ashes are the mortal remains of Herman Unger. who took his own life on Memorial day in a Boston hotel. Pressed Into the face of tbe brick are these , words: Died May 30th. 1907. HERMAN UNOER j^ave me In peace. Unger was a traveling salesman from Pittsburg. Life did not go well with I Herman Unger, and natural pessimism j was only increased by hardship. It Is said that he believed that tbe i human body after death would be revived In the form of a flowering growth which would spring from his mortal flesh. This thought was repul-1 slve to blm. He desired some disposition of his body which would preclude any such resurrection. When be took poison on Memorial day he left a will In which he directed that bis corpse be cremated and that the ashes he mixed with sufficient cement to form solid rock. This request tvfic PfirrlM nut. the brlrk heinc moid ed 111 a small square box. When it bud nearly set the epitaph was cut into it. The brick was burled June 12. Lytstite?So poor Jones, the toyniaker, has gone out of his mind! Stryppes?Yes. He had been busy for three months on a mechanical tramp, and he couldn't get it to work.? Ally Sloper. But Against the Grain. "What did Hunger say when you accused him of being in that wheat deal?" "He tried to deny It, but I made him acknowledge the corn."?Minneapolis Journal. All Broke. "I wonder why the poets always speak of the breaking waver f "I guess they must have spent a few weeks at a seaside resort"?Brooklyn Life. The Remedy. la your nose turned up or down? Massage It. Wears your brow a constant frownT Massage It la your neck a scrawny rope With a henllke forward slope? Do not grieve or give tip hopeMassage It. Seems one arm than t'other slimmer! Massage It. Is one eye than t'other dimmer? Massage It. Ib one shoulder out of level, Giving you a sort of bevel? Just you rub It like the?mischief? Mnxsneo It. Do you four a double chin? Massncc It. Grows your cheek tot. pale and thin? Massage It. Does your eastward ear protrude In a manner weird and rude? Do not have the thin* unscrewed? Massage It. -Puck. Pile* get quick aud certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Please note It Is made alone for Piles, and Its action Is positive and certan. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by It* use. Large nickel-capped glass Jars SO cents. Sold by E. A. Billingslea A Company. . ./ *! 16 NOT K UPON^ WHEELING. July 31?Albert v- *:ur -.: the young man arrested Monday evening by United States Marshal Williams on a charge of maldng counterfeit coin, was discharged by United States Commissioner Boyd Tuesday morning, as there-was no evidence to show'thaf he had made the spurious coin or had. made any attempt to pass It Bush Is about 25 years of age* and resides on-Fortieth street. .The com plaint of his- making the counterfeit money was made by a woman of that vicinity in a letter addressed to the United States marshal, and quite a number of other women of that neighborhood were to have been witnesses in the case. When the young man was brought before Commissioner Boyd he claimed that he had made no attempt to manufacture money, but had been making lead slugs the same size of nickels, for , the purpose of -playing them in slot machines. One of the women claimed that he had borrowed two nickels from her and had used them to hammer an Impression on the metal pieces. The young man, however, said that he borrowed the nickels only for the purpose of getting the right size to cut the slugs and bad made no Impression of money on. them. The woman alleged that she bad henrd Bush using the hammer, but did not see him, and only supposed that he was hammering tbe nickels on the metal to make tbe impression of the flve-cent piece. Three or four of the women who had made tbe complaint were present before Commissioner Boyd, but refused to make any charge against the young man. The only piece of money which could be secured by the officials was one slug, and it had no appearance of having been hammered against the nickel nor did it show any attempt made in milling it. Children Didn't Know. As the women refused to make any charge, .Marshal Williams went to see a number of children who were said to have seen Bush attempting to get the impression from the nickels. When the children were seen by the officer they also said they knew nothing ot the matter, and as there seemed to be no evidence to contradict the statement of the young man, the charge of counterfeiting was dismissed against him and he was released. The smooth slug which the commissioner secured was the only piece of the alleged counterfeit money which the officials got hold of, and It appeared to have been hammered out for the purpose of working the slot machines, as the young man had stated. One of the women said that she had secured a half dozen pieces, but had thrown them In the stove, through fear that she would be arrested for having tbem about the bouse. She said, however, that there was no Impression of the nickels on the slugs which she had thrown away. As such was the evidence In the case, the United States authorities had nothing to Jo other than to release Bush. Plot Thickens In Barbour Feud DISAPEARANCE OF YOUNG MAN CAUSES HIS FRIENDS TO FEAR FOUL PLAY. GRAFTON, July 31.?Developments are now coming thick and fast In the [feud which has been on in the .Guinea settlement In this county lor the pasi several days. It Is now believed by some that a murder has been commit ted, and unless Richard Reed Is loqated within a day or two warrants will be Issued for the arrest of two men who have figured prominently In the feud. George Ritter, of Pleasant creek, -.1. 1 - ..a. J I?fAd V% Affl the same neignoornoou, mn?cu uo?? and stated that Reed bad left his home the^e last Friday to come to this city. Ho was then to go to Webster Springs and back to Flemlngton and there draw what tfages he had coming from the mine where he had been employed. Rltter made the statement that so far as the friends could learn the young man had not been seen since he left his home Friday morning, and that he never reaohed this city. He also states that on the very day of Reed'a disappearance that two of the feudists antagonistic to the Reed family were seen riding along the road ' passed over by him and that both of the men were armed with rifles. warrants are to oe issuea tor iu?u two men tn the event that Reed Is not located vrlth'n a day or two. While there has been no outbreak among the feudist families there during the past few days, It Is said that the indications nre'that it will break out at almost any moment In the event that the suspicions of friends of Reed prove to be well founded, trouble of a most serious nature can be looked for at almost any minute. Bargains in china, pictures and summer curtains at Lloyd's Book 8hop, n^now:'?Cleveland Leader. Boyee?Did the son hum Smith red at the aeaahofeT .'Joyce?Yet, bat he looked blue when he got hie bill Philadelphia Telegram. "Darling, If you refuse me.'1 don't - ' : know wnai i am 10 ao."Well, I'm not to blame for that; yon should have learned a trade." ? Exchange. "Doctor, how can I core insomnia? I'm not getting to sleep these days before 4 in the morning." "Have a hoy knock on your door at midnight and tell you It's time to get up."?^-Cleveland Leader. The Mother?Isn't the baby growing, dear? Ooozle goozle is oo! We'll make a great man of him, dear! The Father?Well, from the way you talk to the little chap I think you're trying to make a car conductor of him!?Yonkers Statesman. "You will have to go to bed with the chickens If you come to my place," said the Jolly uncle from the rural districts to, his uephdws, who were about to visit him. "Unde," said the overwlse city boy, "you have sized us up wrong. We are no porch-climbers."?Nashville American. "There would he one drawback to woman's suffrage," said the girl in the waterproof taffeta paletot. "And what would It be?" asked the girl in the jumper Bult. "Why, all the soda fountains would be closed on election day."?Chicago Journal. "I never like to he on the ocean In a fog." ? "Afraid of bumping into some other boat?" "No, It Isn't that so much as the V.lrvntinfv n# tVio fotrhnrn It. CUIiBlOUl Uivniiig vi ?MV <u0uv.>. reminds me of the dinner horn and keepB me hungry all the time."?Nashville American. "I suppose you feel the necessity of a great deal of social activity on the part of your family?" "Yes," answered Mr. Comrox, as he laid aside the dally paper; "mother and the girls have to be right Industrious to get complimentary notices In the society pages that'll offset the roastings we billionaires get In the news columns."?Washington Star. Will close entire line of curtains at a big reduction. Lloyd's Book Shop 105 Fairmont avenue. tf - Cures Woman's Weaknesses. We refer to that boon to weak, nervous, Buffering women known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. # Dr. John Fyfe ono of ihe Editorial Staff of The Eclectic Medical Review says of Unicorn root (Hcloiiia* Dloica) which is one of the chief ingredients of the "Favorite Proscription": "A remedy which Invariably acta aa a uterine Invigorator * * * makes for normal activity of the entire reproductive system." He continues" In Iielonlas wc have a medicament which more fully answers the above purposes than any other drug tcWi which I am acquainted. In the treatment of diseases peculiar to women it is seidom that a case is seen which doosnot present some indication for this remedial agent." Dr. Fyfe furthor says: "The following are among the leading indications for Helonlas (Unicorn root). Pain or aching In the back, with j Icucorrhcea: atonic (weak) condltloflaof the reproductive organs of liomen. mental depression and Irritability. absoclated wlttf chronic diseases of the reproductive organs of women; constant sensation of heat In the region of the kid: neys; menftrrbagla (flooding), due to a weakened condition of/the reproductive system; amenor/^mytVUpressed or absent monthly | perlod/.AWslntrfrom or accompanying an abnonal condition of the digestive organ* j and Anaemic (thin blood) habit; dragging i sensjufons in the extreme lower part of tha MKBKMIkmi!1 enuorwTnJn iiUnicorn root,or Helonlu. and the medical properties of wblch It most faithfully represents. Of Golden Seal root, another prominent Ingredient of "Favorite Prescription," Prof. Finley Elllngwood, M. D? of Bennett Medical College, Chicago, says: "It Is an Important remedy In disorders of ths womb In >11 cstsrrhsl conditions * *?r?^fi?teof Cincinnati, says of Golden Seal root: "In relation to its general effects on the system, there It no medicine In use about which tfurs it tueh general unanimity of opinion. II I la universally regarded as the tonic useful in ^ trof!' R.a Bart hoi ow, M. D.. of Jefferson I Medical College, says of Golden Seal: "Valuable in uterine hemorrhage, menor rbcea (painful menatruatldn)." Dr. Plerco'sFavorite Prescription faithfully represents all the above named Ingredients and curpa the diseases for which thai are recommended. The Traitor by Thos. Dixon, Jr., on sale July 301b. Leave your order at Globe Book Store. . x bitis tkin at Mr o?b?r nwks o I p>iterri?.. Twi is * I S<m?l ol th* ?,K ?? "" To wblle an Idle hour. A' elhrery crown that memory laya Upon w u her dower. I "Unaa? Wrinklest" What are they pray tetl, ' ,-\But touch ot artist's pen To' grace the.cheek and softly spell Tie difference In men. "Bowed shoulders! Inelastic gait?" I pray yon now decline! These are the honors that await " Your closing day and mine. Youth; yes, eterpal as the hills! For 'tis not body, friend Bnt mind, diseased, that makes our IllsWell minds live to the end! LURANA W. SHELDON. M188 ELIZA HAY DEN PIANO INSTRUCTION 420 Monroe 8t, Fairmont, W. Va * Through Service Fairmont to Clarksburi FAIRMONT A CLARKSBURG TRACTION COMPANY. Cars leave Cor. Main and Jefferson 8ts., Fairmont, HOURLY for Clarke burg and Intermediate Points fron 6:00 A. M. Until' 10:00 P. M. 8CHEDULE OF INTfeRURBAN CARI JANUARY 25, '07. SOUTH BOUND. a.nn a u I In.II in'IX) B. M. JUNE 5, '07. . A. M. ?P. M. Fairmont 5:00 12th Street 5:09 10:09 Jayenne 5:15 10:15 Monongah 5:23 10:23 Chiefton 5:40 10:10 Washington 5:45 10:45 Hutchinson 5:50 01:50 Enterprise 5:56 10:56 Slilnnston 0:06 11:00 Gypsy 6:14 11:14 .vleudowbrook G'20 11:29 ferry Coaling Station.. 6:37 11:37 Short Line June. 6:41 11:41 Clarksburg ' 6:45 11:45 ?Hourly Until. NORTH BOUND. A. M. ?P. M. Clarksburg 5:15 10:15 Short Line June ...5:19 10:19 Perry Coaling Station ..6:23 10:23 Hcpslbah 5:33 10::iJ lleadowbrook 5:40 10:40 Gypsy ...: 5:40 10:40 Shlnnston 5:54 10:54 Enterprise 6:04 11:61 Hutchinson 6:10 11:10 Worthlngton 6:15 11:15 Chiefton 6:20 11:20 Monongah 6:32 11:32 Jayenne 6:45 11:45 12th Street ...! 0:51 11:51 Fairmont '... 7:00 12:00 ?Hourly Until. |PILESre.*J A D# Mttu Tliompton, Sop'tH Or*d*d Sohooli, Btatmilla, C., writes: "Ieunj| Utr do All ton el&ln for ttra." Dr. 8. If. DcTorc.l Sim Book, w. va. , writes i 11 Titer sir* Aoireml iai! ? fl fiction." Dr. B. D. HcGlll, Clirksburg, Teas., writ*s:l I uIa ft prmoOpo of SS J'tn, I ho?# found norrmod/ to| qui 700r*.~ rues, M gum, Btnpica rtf. Roiau b/PrmUU. tmnriw WUPY, LANCAtTCH, H. M Sold In Fairmont by W. R. Crane & Co * CALL FOR FUEL SAMPLE [look itVPB ifeg.W.B.REDU Rntnini UaAtm m over-developed pn tboujkt to be atte f i/lfeBncv^Ful/ jffinfj esse 1 wWf^HEV RtdaM StyU 71 . WB i dlFW *tMt ?mi, wi 1 tratcd here, UMb V /rfrNir , 1 /X /#//11 . coaatO, la whit \ '?' 'Hoae aapportoa '*d^ 8i*C,S3t' JOHN A. COOK, M. . ;.\v--V, M-ijjffi 'I'fi v .' v-jvlHi W- e. A JESSE A. JAMISON. 1 tail Btook.TTOR^W?H?' Marietta Hotel. Booma ?'?ane|J TYuat^ Bufldln*. - B FAIRMONT^ W^VA. FAIRMONT. g-^TA. | FAffiMONT. W^VA vrt-HouM, Fairmont. W. Va. lot, Mam^nf ?Oppoafte Court-Hott??. FAIRMONT, W. VA WtiS Ottoa. Flrat National Bank RATRMONT TRUST CO. BiuOO., V2" FAIRMONT, W. VA. RfllLROflDS. BALTIMORES?^ Schedule Effective Sunday, June i, 1(0^^ FAIRMONT, W. VA. Daily. xDally except Sunday. ! Sun day For WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE ' PHILADELPHIA and NEW XOijKBi Na 8. *3:25 a. m.; No. 14. '1:33 p. mSg* No. 4. '8:40 p. m. (local to Graf ton.fctSj-J' CUMBERLAND ACCOM., No. 6, 7:00??|3 GRAFTON ACCOM.. No. 72, '10:81 a For COLUMBUS and CHICAGO, So. 7. 2:24 a. .; No. 71. '1:80 p. m: For WHEELING, No. 7, '2:24 a; m.rN&fjfc 17, *7:40 a. m. (local): No. 71. 'lilO'ipcS m. (local); No. 58. *6.08 p. m. Monongah Dlvlilon. .SmBI For CLARKSBURG and WE8T0N,Leave, (for Clarkeburg only). Arrive, Nl^JCaSffl X7.J8 a m. (for Clarkibm* only); Na'._Fairmont, Morgentown A Plttiburg Bn I For CONNELLSV1LLE and PITTSBURO, Leave, No. 1. *5:00 a. m.; No. 3, x7(4*i? a. m.; No. 51, 2:15 p. m. Arrive. No?> ' i 60, '1:10 p. m.: No. 2. x7:40 p. m.;''Na(J& 4. x9:40 p. m.; No. 68, xlO.OS p. m.. . For MORGANTOWN. Leave. No, 61JSIMSb p. m. Arrive, No. 62, x6:65 am, . Monday, Wednesday and Saturiayvjg Jjjpk ^rrlve''rs'0, 8,18 m'i NOk West Virginian wants ads pay. ? Our stock of Wall Paper, Room Moldings, Burlap, and Llncruat% Varnishes and Stains. Agents tor SherWIn and Wllllama Both Phones, Jacobs Blda, SO for LARGE WOMEN ry to otctScJiuum, and moulls do ^portions into ? race ful outlines Litberto 5 intble only by slighter figures, endid remit z$ attained by an uai extension which reaches down ores jM l ana tup#, giving w warn imwuw rice, $3.00 to 38. Prks, $3.00 . *&., 377-9 in***, HmJTpA,