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mm ampauares occontas generall m Hie m. The temperature for th meet, vended about t>$gree belo; b'' ' ?* Mnt 't$3u ^ CACCJJI ! about 70 pc, wed by coole IflF-.o iiiftvo- fc a iiioecxtgu j yon.. We Jhave a ? satisfactory and 'remedy without a gie harmful ingreit, which we] will 4 to you on terms iirehy you oanjhave jr money bach, even |bft postage you exid,(if you are not satlea# us "One [Dollar [one bottle of the Ibpular Pile ift acrord'ng to disatisfied with the rewrite as and 'we ^refund your money, | down to the post* n -There wore . frequent thundernturnw. The tonshine averagej about 76 per cent. of j the possible amonut?0. T. Perry. . Suttoni Bras toi--There were show f erg on the-J5th aa-i atith. The sun, thine averaged about C5 per cent of \ the possible amount?J.' E. Baughman. , Williamson, Mingo?The weather , was warm and dry until the 26th, the r /lightest temperature of the season, !>1 . degrees, occurring on the 22d. The . week closed cool, with brisk northwest J winds. The sunshine averaged about .1K nop rant nf the nnafiible amount.? , J. P. Keyser. j Northern Section. t Elkins, Randolph?The temperature . averaged about normal and the rainfall wag .00 of . an Inch above the norj mal. Showers fell on every day but j the 24th and 27th. The sunshine averj aged 04 per cent, of the possible . amount.? Local Office, Weather Bu? reau. r Elm Grove, Ohio?Heavy thunder showers occurred from the 22d to the 25ttJ, Inclusive. Clear and cooler f weather set In on the 26lh, Heavy fog prevailed every morning.?J. \V. Balrd. Fairmont, Marlon?The week was ) very wet, showers occurlng on every . day but the 24th.?H. Glenn Fleming. Olenvllle, Gilmer?The week was , characterized by frequent thunder>. storms. The sunshine averaged about 50 per cent, of the possible amount.? r John Holt. ( Gratfon, Taylor?The week was warm, cloudy and showery until the a 27th. The sunBhlne averaged about 60 i, per cent, of the possible amount.?S. 3 W. Wilson. LOST CREEK, Harrison?The week was warm and showery. The percentI age of sunshine was very low.?Allen Smith. Mannlngton, Marlon?Rain fell on r every day but the 27th. The sunBhlne s was about 61 per cent, of the possible amount.?James A. Morgan. 1 Moundsville, Marshall?An exjcesslve rainfall of 2.18 Inches occurred on thn 9Ath patictncr email ctrpnma In over r flow their banks, damaging crops, j Thunderstorms occurred dally from the 22d to the 20th, inclusive. There was much fogglness. The sunshine averaged 70 per cent, of the possible j amount.?C. E. Hnddox. New Martinsville, Wetzel?Cloudy e and Bhowery weather prevailed until the 27th. Heavy rain fell on the 22d . and 26th. The mornings were foggy. -N. Handl. Parkorsburg, Wood?The lempera? lure,averaged 2 degres below the nor' mal and the rainfall was .07 of an^lnch below the normal. The sunshine averr aged 73 per cent, of the possible J amount. A tornado of slight energy passed over the city at 5:27 p. m of the 22d. Quite a number of shade trees were blown down or Injured three large smoke stacks were carried av.ay, two roofs were partly demolished, much Injury was done to telephone wires, and quite a number of windows were broken. At the I.ocal Office of the Weather Bureau the wind reached a velocity of fifty-four miles per hour for a one-ralnte interval. The stoim moved from the northwest to the southwest, and It width was about three hundred feet. A house In Belpre, Ohio, was blown from its foundation by this torm, slightly Injuring two people.?Section Center. Pruntytbwnk TayHor?Considerable damage was done by heavy rains.?J. J. Woodward. Wheeling, Ohio?The fore part of (he week was very warm. Excessive rain, 2.50 incheB, fell during a thunderstorm m (he morning ol the 25(li. Severe tliunders(orms also occurred on the 2iHh and 27th.?Miss M. B. Forsylh. H. C. HOWE, Section Director. Subscribe for the West Virginian. v TO MAR8. Shine brightly 'mid the dimmer stars, Perplexing, baleful, ruddy Mars! And hurl thy challenge as of old? By man thy tale shall yet be told; His eye thy very soul shall see, His brain shall solve thy mystery. All through the night the eye of man Doth patiently thy surface scan. That tireless brain which ne'er has failed, Thy distant secrets has assailed. Beware! Thy Toe Is of that race Which yet shall conquer time and space! THOMAS 0. CLARK. RaH?t> Than Rnantflnn. Spanking does not cure children of! I 1 T? f A JU unnM I ueu weiuiig, 11 it uiu ujcic ?vum be few children that wonld do It There la a constitutional cause for this. Mrs. M. Summers, Box 429, Notre Dame, Ind., will rend her borne treatment to any mother. She asks no money. Write hfcr to-day If your children trouble you-In this way. Don't blame the child. The chances are it can't help It ' We are nooning orders for tho Daughter of the Elm and The Traitor. Leave your order quick. Globe BooIt x&mm NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing of the Clubs. Won. Lost. Pet Chicago ..........66 24 .733 < Pittaburg 63 33 .616 1 New York 62 34 .605 I Philadelphia ......46 38 .613 1 Brooklyn 41 50 .167 1 Boston 37 48 .130 1 Cincinnati ... 37 52 .116 : SL Louis 21 73 233 ' i Yesterday's Results. New York, IX; St. Louis, 5. Pittsburg, 12; Boston, 3. Cincinnati, 8; Philadelphia, 0. Chicago, 7; Brooklyn, 0. To-day Games. Boston at Pittsburg. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. Big League Dope | Detroit has secured a 10-day option on First Baseman Kocklll, of the Al-V l.any team, of the New York State . league, the 'price agreed upon being $1,500. Just as those wise New Yorkers were counting Cleveland out of the American league race the Neps turn-' eil around and twice walloped the tribe or Griffith. Time brings staitling changes in baseball. A month ago Griffith declared that without Elberfleld the Yankees' case would be hopeless. Now he has suspended the .angel child for indifferent work. Sid Smith, the champion batter of the Southern league for 1900, tin star catcher and all-round player of the Atlanta team, has beeD sold to Philadelphia. The terms of tbe.snlo are not given. All the major league teams have waived claim on Del Mason, the pitcher of the Reds, and he will be so'd to the Toronto team or some other Class A team If Joe Kelley does net come up with the goods. .lake Beckley Is the most conslvent hitter on the Kansas City team. Since he has joined the team l.e has played in 39 games. He has leen at bat J 45 times and has made 6 hits. His batOng average now is .319. If he keeps up this pace he will soon be among the leaders In the association batting averages. Sid Smith, the champion batter of the Southern league for 1906, the star catcher and all-around player of the Atlanta team has been.sold to the Philadelphia Americans. The terms of sale are not given. All the major league teams have waived claim on Del Mason, the i pitcher of the Redds, and he will be < sold to the Toronto club or some other class A team if Joe Kelley does not come up with the goods. ??- < At the start of the American league race the Athletics were regarded as impossible. The Phillies made a show : of them in the ante-season series, but < EjiSr ."w W praerrini the laie tod aw I J You cu make pool hair A " JM ance by uein( ED. PINi I curei dandruff and itopa (alii lrouWc- YRXCI A tan B TONIC (] application!) fo rI ED. PINAUD I Or I An exqulrite perfume for i M bp women of faahion la Peril Send to centa (to pip pee 1 containing enough LIIolC 3 Write todap to ED, ED. PINAUD BUI No StrooDlno Set consists of 12 double-edged I with triple silver-plated holder in I good for an average of more tha I die and blade guaranteed to be I manship. Sold by leading Drug, ( I n,,i cT^SPECIAL I ^GHIett^Sale^ompany^^ln AMERICAN LEAGUE. Standing of the Cluba. Won. Loet Pet. Chicago 55 36 .604 Detroit 51 34 - .600" Cleveland 53 37 .598! Philadelphia ;50.- 36 .53t Mew York ...41 46 .529J 3t. Louis 36 62 .409; Boston 35 52 .402 Washington 28 56 .333 Yesterdiy's Results. Chicago. 4; Washington, 2. Washington, 6; Chicago, 4. Boston, 3; Cleveland, 0. Philadelphia, 2; St. Louis, 1. Detroit, 6; New York, 1. To day Games. Chicago at Washington. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Boston. Detroit at New York. 4 * that was before the advent of Collins and Nichols; that was when Oldring was still raw and uncouth; that was with Jack Knight playing third and Lord Center. Connie Mack built up a team of championship calibre after the season was well under way. Grensburg Won. BEAVER FALLS, Pa., July 31.? Creensburg won from Beaver Falls yesterday. Happ was Very wild, biting three men. This, coupled with two errors gave Creensburg the game. Powell pitched a fine game, and at critical times the locals were unable fo hit him. The score; Beaver Falls ....00 00100 0 0?1 4 3 Creensburg 001 020000?3 5 5 Rapp and Curtis; Powell and Reed. Cokers Shut Out. CONNELLSVltLE, Pa., July 31.? Scottdale had little trouble in shutIng out Connellsville here' yesterday It was, at) off day for the home players In fielding and they seemed unable to hit Humphreys effectively. Score; Connellsvllle ....0 00000000?0 5 51 Scottdale 000012112?7 9 3 ZInn and GrllBn; Humphries and Steven. MUCH IN LITTLE. A grasshopper can jump 200 times Its own length. Sweden is the moBt progressive country In Europe In use of the telephone. Only 35 per cent, of Spain's 20,000,000 population are able to read and write. The Abyssinian army has 200,000 men and Its equipment includes 50 modern guns. v The County of London covers 75,142 acres, but the London police area is 443,421 acres. In Battersea, London, graves can now be purchased of the borough council on the Instalment plan. "A French Invention, consisting of bulb thermmoeters, predicts at sundown whether there will be frost. ? In proportion of Its size, Belgium has more miles of railway than any other country In the world. TONIC faMMh) LILLIAN R.USSELL, the beautiful actreaa, uyi: itheot queition, u indbpetmble adjunct Is a toilet table. Exceedingly mcritorioue in ing It to retain in luatre." beautiful and impiure your perioral appearIVD'S HAIR TONIC ereryday. It ng hair, became it goer to the toot of the a pie bottle of ED. PINAVD'R HAIR r 10 centl to pay poatage and packing. i'S LILAC VEGETAL the handkerchief, uomiicr and bath. Uacd and New York, tage and packing) fee a free ramplc bottle f egeto.1 Extract for to application. , PINAVD'S American Officer, LDING. NEW YORK CITY. IAK TONIC tad LILAC VEGETAL ^I i a m ^H i , No Honing * I. blades (24 keen cutting edges) I ( i velvet lined case. Each blade I , n 20 satisfying shaves. Han-, I j perfect in mateijal and work- I , Zutiejjpnd Hardware dealers. I WE8T PENN LEAGUE. I Standing of the Club*. I Won. Lost PcL , FAIRMONT 2 .750: Butler 5 3 .62j' 1 Qreeneburg 6 6 .845 * Scottdale 5 .845) I Beaver Falls 5 0 .455)'( nturknbnrfir ...... 4 6 .400 i ConnellsvlIIe 4 9 .303 | Yesterday'* Results. Bcottdale, 7; ConnellsvlIIe. 0. Greensburg, 3; Beaver Falls, 1. To-day Games. Greensburg at Butler. ConnellsvlIIe at Scottdalo. . Fairmont at Clarksburg. Beaver Falls open. Second Edition of Daughter of the Elm on sale soon. Leave your order at Globe Book Store. x Black opals of great beauty are found In -Queensland, Australia, besides 56 other kinds of precious stones. Bert A. Sterner, an eight year old boy of Pottaville, Pa., after living three years with a broken back. Is = dead. With the aid of steam heat iuid electric light vegetables and flowers are being grown In Fairbanks, Alaska. A British company has obtained permission to run -three steamers on the Tigris, the famous river of ancient Nineveh. , 1 More than 6,009 bicycles were recently purchased In a fortnight In Johannesburg because of a breakdown la the electric street railway system. Germany once held the record for the consumption of tobacco per head, but It Is now held by the Belblan, who consumes C.21 pounds yearly. Alice-Good-Mnskrat la suing her husband for divorce at Bonesteel, N. D. She claims her husband ran awtay with Alova-Walks-A8-She-Jumps. Fishguard, the new Welsh port of the Great Western railway,lslfll G etao the Great Western railway, Is jf.15 miles nearer New York than Liverpool and 55 miles nearer than Plymouth. Thirty years ago there were 14 railroads under more or less Independent operation whose titles, as painted on the cars, began with "Boston." Now there are only two. Place twelve onions In a row o? Christmas Day, name each after a month and put salt on their tops. 1 Those on which the aslt is melted in- a Bide of 12 days will be wet months, s according to Long Island weather science. , t'iltiCll In many of the Green Islands dlv Ing for sponges forms a considerable part of tbe occupation of the inhabitants. The natives make it a trade to gather these, and their income from this sourcei s far trpm contemptible. Free, for Catarrh, fast to prove mer It, a trial size box ot Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. Let me send It now. It Is a snow whlto, creamy, healing! antiseptic balm. Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucallptus, Thymol, Menthol, etc., It gives Instant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat. Make the free test and see for your self what this preparation can and will accomplish. Address Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Large glass Jar, 50 cents. Sold by E. A. Blltlngslea ft Co. West Virginian wants ads pay. ALL-IS READY I ? < FOR OPENING OF CLARKSBURG a CHAUTAUQUA ON THURS- ] DAY AFTERNOON. ' ? i CLARKSBURG, July 31.?All activ- 4 Ity Is centered In the Clarksburg Chan- . MUQUa, which opens Thursday after- " noon. The array of talent secured for 4 this event is the best to'be had In the 4 count 1 y, and any one missing the89 a meetings will miss a rare treat. It Is got often that a town of this size has 1 the opportunity to hear as talented = speakers as has been secured for the m season at the Chautauqua. The, Im- I mrlnl Stars concert company, which ippoars Thursday, the opening day, sas a national reputation and this one datura Is well worth the price of the season ticket. Dr. I-aniar, the speaker for the ipeniug, has no superior on the Araercan platform. These are pnly part if the talent for the opening day, ahd ne enure programme Tor toe ira nays s mnde un nf the best talent the cotrory affords. ' ~ i One of the moat desirable residence ^ > properties' on Fairmont Avenue. i | Lot 60x120 feet, -with 10 room brick J i dwelling, and good stable and btlgiy | The house is modern in every respei$ J > well finished and has cemented base* v > ment with laundry and instantaneous ? | Forfoither information apply "Residence," this \ * This is an opportunity that is seldom offered in 4 * the best residence section of the city, and will no|. | be on the market many days. [uuuwAumuuuulw When you buy a package of Talcum | Powder look for Rexall on #1 the packagc-'-it means I REXALL VIOLEf TALClifl THERE IS NONE BETTER Rexall Talcum Powder Is perfumed as natural! as the fresh crush- I ed flowers and carefully prepared from the finest quality talcum, absolutely free from grit and Is so Impalpably flue that it gives a feel- I lng of velvety softness and adhere! well to the sldnv That purpose of all good talcums, rut up In packages with patent' ilttttg./l top that saves powder. We sell more Rexal Violet Talcum tbanauy. Iwr other, but we sell every good talcum on the market. From 50c down.ff ? Rexall Violet Talcum 25c I Collates Cashmere Bouquet Talcum . 25c I Queen of Violets Talcum 25? I Mennen'a Borated Taleuvn -:2Aq/ff Squibbs' Talcum Touei rowoer wv Johnson'* Baby Powder IWfcj Sanitol Toilet Powder - ...25c: Powder de Talcum, Roger ? Gallet 25c Hudnut's Extreme Violet 50c, |p Tarrant's Talcum Powder 15eGregory's Perfumed Talcum 15o.: ' Loveland's Talcum ^ 10c Aloiiittam 6l| Drug Go,i M Opposite Court-house. wnoissale am Retail Moat Martet 9 I am prepared to furnish all kinds of Freak Home Dressed Mat S on shortest notice at wholesale or retail. All Cattle, Calves, Hogs and Limbs are cerfully selected and are all butchered In Fairmont I WE HANDLE NO CHICAGO MEAT. Will buy any good stock for butchering. I '] -J|j John Foorene. _ CORNER MARKET ANU ivifcnv^rwpt i oi*? >rAmmvn if; 1 Tie Hollert tame floeneu J I THE ATTENTION OF PROPERTY OWNERS k l? respectfully direeted'to the old Insurance 6ompanu o! North America ? y . efthe CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. ? y "It Is WISDOM and ECONOMY to Insure in the BEST COS* . And there is NONE BETTER thin this VETERAN of oven m Hundred Yeeri' Honorable Service. ^ Firmly Eetabllshed! Safe! Rellablil Founded A. D. 1792. 8AM'L B. HOLBEKT, Agent, Fairmont, W. 'VA." ? ? hRANCIS E. NICHOLS i jiA^rTn ' -fy* w?t>'^'^v g-> r?