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. ipKIOBS. ^
P .A Splendid
fT T? .1 i
It has been ma
f.. \ Garments have bee
prenomenal New S
I Beautiful Spi
- flu There's a lar
^ here at these pie
fjj lined skirts, with
Mannish cloths, I
hair line serges, i
I Spring Gowns
'.'SB Countless cha,
peclally for us, off
? f costume, which at
. Hi Striped dotted ant
5S Voiles, Cotton Voi
*1 JttjvW/ME C//A.T
A Few Hints.
,iGoltl dust is sprinkled in the hair.
rHeavy cords are used ns trimming.
't'^.The high turned-over diroctolre collafc
is used os coat costumes.
JUbbon bows will be trimming for
large flat hats.
:..M ?^rhe satin cape coat lined with brilliant
green velvet Is a novelty.
^Evening dresses may now show the
A#nWn1 nt tlio r,l. rni.i_ .. *
u^ ...Vi. niiuu'u.;|. ; I Ilia CQUTt
<lecolloUgel'Ts"fornfnlEcent or Km press
Eugenie's time. A f\chu of airy tulle
iSwdrhped over the shoulders and
brought to the front under a cluster of
t " 'iChemlsettes are now of colored chiffon,
made perfectly plain.
3ffhe peasant coiffure is gaining in
fitter.' The hair is parted, braided and
Wound in two discs over the ears. Little
children also wear their hair in this
-Melt an ounce of butter and whisk
int;o it a pint of boiled milk. Dissolve
two tablespoons of flour in a gill of cold'
milk; add to it the boiled milk anil let
i,t> cool. cBat the yolks of four eggs
with a heaping tenspon of salt, half a
teaspoon of pepper and five ounces of
grated cheese. Whip the whites of the
eggs.and add them, liour the mixture
into a deep tin lined with buttered
paper and allow for the rising, say,
four inches; bake 20 minutes and serve
tho moment it leaves the oven.
Lemon Pie With Cake on Top.
One cup of sugar, one tablesnoonful
of flour, small plnch of salt, mix together,
then add Juice and grated rind
of pso, large lemon, yolks of two eggs,
beat -all together, then add one large
cup of sweet mlllc-and stir; beat the
"Whites-until eery stiff, and stir into
the mixture the last thing: pour all
Into a deep pic plate lined with quite
y .'asHch crust and bake about :ift min;
utes. When done there will be a
^sponge cake on top.'
' Colors or Raffia.
i/l-nm often asked about the colors in
which raffia: may be obtained for em(
bAidery. A promincut denier informs
' mfe thnt .tl can he purchased anywhere
v lijjty'o shades of yellow, two or orange,
tlifee of red, four of green, three .of
pink,' one of purple, two of brown,
black and white, besides the natural
rAnd of course If you desire any odd
stS'le you can dye the natural rnffia to
- just the color.
. ,v .
German Potato Salad.
V., , 'fCook Ave potatoes with the skin left
on; peel while hot; slice in .quarterifocji
slices, season with salt; mix two
tca'spoonfuls of vinegar, one-quarter
;>' ebp butter, melted, and few drops of
onion "juice; blend with the potatoes
and reheat in oven, serving iiot.
ViL SKLtNUID btHVICh,
. njXt the M. K. Church. South, last
night "the spirits prcstvt was manifest1
, , in-^ho very beginning of the service.
, The singing was soul-inspiring. Mr.
liar's solos are very much enjoyed
A by' a 11. Two catno forward and professed
faith in Christ. Others are serl ;
oti'sy thinking as to the advisability
of reformation. Services each oven/
iug at 7:30. Kvcry one invietcd to the
: V':. services.
,Xes?sometimes a placard in a win.
dow helps tho ad-answerers to find the
! nouso that's advertised.. But It does
' not usually help much more than that!
Constipation breeds disease.
Prune Syrup permanently relieves
'ECIAI.rSTS.IH FEMH,'INE APP
Snowing of Exclusi1
iny seasons since beauty and practical
n ro perfectly blended. We take pri
tyle .Wonders, npw here for your inspec
ring Suits at $j
5.00 up to $50
ge selection of the freshest and most
asing prices. Short Coatc. 22 to 26 in
a comfortable widening, choice fabric
wmespuns, tweeds, beautiful novelty n
nost of our suits. Only one of a kind.
; and Dresses at
rmlng styles, copied from imported mt
erina you a splendid opportuntiy to p
the height of the season cannot be boi
J figured Foulards, Pongees, Messalinei
les, Nets, Marquisettes, Taffeta in cl
] r STATE NEWS. \
West Virginia Pensions.
Representative Wood yard lias been
notified of the granting of original or
increased pensoins to the following:
Heber Mason. Pennsboro. increase
to $20.00 a month: John Tutile,
Gay, increased to $20- a month:
Elmer .Morris, Parkersbnrg. increase
to $8.00 a month; Mrs. Sarali A.
Smith, Wnvorly, $12 a month; Mrs.
Gertrude O. Bartlett; Pnrkersburg.
$12;- Mrs. Eliza C. Bowers, Big Bend,
$12 a month.
MOnOAXTO'WX? Howard L. Swisher.
secretary of the Morgantown Board
of Trade for the past year, has resignjed
his position, the resignation to take
J effect March 13th.
i Parkersburgers Dead.
j PA RK Kits 1.UT RG ? John Baldwin
one of the oldest' residents of Parkersburg.
died suddenly at his home there
on Sunday. His death was caused
from appoplexy. He was S5 years of
' Verncr O'Neill, a well known citizen
of,Pnrkersburg. died yesterday at his
home'from a complication of diseases.
He was 72 years old age.
[ Died at Tuscon.
| CLARKSBURG?Mrs. Galore V. Clif.
ford, widow of Mr. J. Phillip Clifford,
died on Saturday afternoon at Tuscon,
Arizona, where she had gone the. first
of the year for the benefit of her
health. The- remains will arrive in
Clarksburg to-morrow, accompanied
by her four children, a sister and
brother, Mrs. Poller Mhxwell and Mr.
Carence P. Stout, all of whom were
'Witii her when she died. The husband
of the deceased who died in 1S9S
was,at one time prosecuting attorney
;of Harrison county. The deceased
was 44 years of age.
! Gospel Train.
' MORGANTOWN?About four hundred
people were on the Gospel train
Sunday which left the Morgantown do
pot, at Nino ociocK a no returned uf
liver.that evening. The party stopped
at the Reedsville church where two
ivori were converted. Leaving Reetls'vllle
the. train made n stop at the M.
& K. Junction where .a Sunday school
service was held. This is an innovation
in gospel work as It is said to
(hn.W been tire first thing of the kind
to ever have taken place in this section.
The train crew was composed
entirely of Christian men. There
were six coaches on this train.
I CLARKSBURG?The Coal Miners'
| Bureau for Information which was retoently
inaugurated at Clarksburg, is
now a permanent organization. At a
meeting held on Saturday a constttuiioiT
and by-ia'ws were adopted and ol'floors-elected.
The oiflcers are as follows:
William Heed, of Lutnbcrport, president;
J. M. B. Skinner, of Adamston,
vice president; Willam J. Kecfe, of
Clarksburg, secrciary; E. \V. Lauben
stein, of C larksburg, financial secretary;
J. U. Llscss, of Wilsonburg.
i treasurer; Lawrence Henry, ot Clarksburg.
sergeant at arms, and John O.
Brooks, Henry Loftus, Daniel Oldroy,
Frank fi. Parsons and J. G. Alstetter,
ail ot' Clnrksbtirg, members of the
board of control.
MORGAXTOWN?A gas well with
j 7,000,000 feet pressure was drilled in
on the J. X/ .Michael farm at the bead
I ALWAYS g
t NEWEST N
ve Models In i <
ility in Women's jSS
de in displaying
18.50, SH U, I
soring-like models ^
iches long, straight ^69
:s, such as serges, \tj
ilxtures, white ana ()JjI
$15 up to $501
sdcls and made ee- i ^
urchase a modish
ight or duplicated. ^
s, French Chiffon, SS
leeks and stripes, Jg|
| waters of Little Indian creek yesterday.
The well was 'drilled by the Car,negie
Gas Company and a depth of
4,1100 feet was reached. The gas was
.struck Friday night but the drillers
did not stop work until yesterday. I
1 The well is the largest ever drilled
in that section of the county and there ,
lis no little excitement over the strike.)
Arrangements are already being made;
i to drill other wells, while one or two
iare even now being drilled on nearby]
j"1" WINFIELD. "I"
| Mr. and Mrs. Torn Lambert, of Fairmont,
were visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Johnny Carpenter, Saturday
Mr. Bert Heiskill. of Montana, was
visiting at Thomas Hawkins' Sunday.
Miss Otie Carpenter was calling on
her sister, Mrs. Guy Reeves Saturday
Mr. Thomns Kirk and daughter,
Laura, were visiting his daughter.
Mrs. Britt Carpenter, at Watson, Saturday
i 'icic nao 11 uih 'iaiii;c ui uiw ittuuu
hotel Friday night. Those present
wc-ro Mrs. Susana Freelnnd, Rosa Miller.
Laura. Carry and Mirrouti Kirk,
Nellie Wolf, JIarry Kerns, Homer >
Pool. Raymond Wolf. Thomas Kirk.
All reported a good time.
Mrs. Millie Hayluirst was visiting
her father. David Heston. He is very!
sick at this writing.
Miss Lestie and Klsie Heiskill. of
Montana, were visiting their grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hawkins,
Mrs. Kljzn Miller and daughter.
Rosa, were visiting relatives at Fairmont
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Zeb Heck was shopping at Fairmont
Miss Rosa Miller and Carry Kirk
were calling at Mr. Pool's Friday ,
night. They were accompanied home
by Harry kerns and Homer Pool.
They got lost and did not get home
Mrs. Lee Vincent and three children,
of Taylor county, were visiting
ner tamer, uriun \. ai pcmer, ouiuiuuj
Mrs. Vallle Hawkins was visiting
a'. Thomas Hawkins' Friday.
Clate Wolf was visiting friends at
Fairmont Thursday and Friday.
We have no weddings to report.,
Think we will have soon.
COURT HELD THAT MRS. HEERERN
HAD NO CASE AGAINST
NEW YORK CENTRAL.
(Ry United Press.) I
NEW YORK, Feb. 28.?The suit of
Mrs. Cora U. Heereon, of Franklin,
Pa., against the New York Centra! ,
Railroad Company to recover thirty
thousand dollars damages because
she was taken from a train at mid- (
night on the suspicion of being Mrs. '
Relic Gunncss, the "Indiana murderer,"
was dlsmiscd by Justice Kannor.
oi the Supreme Court today. The
Court held that the responiblllty of,
the railroad company was not established
as the arrest was made by de-1
tectlves of Syracuse police department.
CARRIES LEG IN NEWSPAPER.
Plaintiff In Damage Action Totes
Member to Court. |
OREENSBUJIG, Pn., Feb. 28.?JVJth
his evfSence wrapped in a piece ot pa-'
I per James P. Price, a justice of the
j peace in Latrobe, appeared In the
i Common Pleas Court yesterday morn-1
ir.g to ask damages for the breaking ;
of his leg. alleged to he due to the
carelessness of John Herman, a contraolor.
The leg wns wrapped in a piece, of;
paper nnd the Court was not rn the
least shocked at Squire Price's immodest
display, for when the member
was unwrapped It was shown to be an
up-to-date wooden leg, for the break-,
|lng or which the plaintiff thinks he
j should have $50.
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Us THEY COME AND CO
J Mias Margaret Kinkead, who ha:
been In Charleston for some'time, ha:
i gone, to , Prudenqe, thjs State, when
| she has accepted a position in the ot
t flees of the New River Coal Company
j Mrs. Will .Morgan-, of Grafton, wai
i In the city yesterday eu route lionu
from a brief visit wtrh r?lntivo? it
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ham
ilton, of Sponbe street; a daugnter.
Mr. J. B. Johns has been in Nile's
Ohio, for several days the guest o
his aon, Frank D. Johns and family.
Miss Goldie Snowden is spendinf
several days in Pittsburg.
WILL NOT BE ELECTROCUTED If
MASSACHUSETTS AS GOVERNOF
FOSS DOES NOT BELIEVE \t
TAKING LIFE OF ANV FEMALE
EVEN THOUGH SHE HAS BEEh
CONVICTED OF A BRUTAL MUR
nOSTON, Mass., Feb. 28.?That Gov
ernor Foss will prevent the electrocu
I tion of Mrs. Lena Cusumano, convicted
(and sentenced to death in Plymouth
i yesterday with Enrico Mascloli, her al
-leged lover, for the murder of her hus
, band, was indicated today when the
| Governor said:
| "I do not know all the facts in the
case, but 1 feel pretty lenient towards
the woirtan who gets in trouble. I
should be very sorry to see a woman
electrocutd in Massachusetts."
j Mrs. Cusumano is the first woman
sentenced to electrocution in this
State. The last woman hanged was
j in 1878.
I Captain and Mrs. J. B. Donley, of
I Waynesburg, were in this city a few
hours yesterday. They were on their
way home from Tampa Beech, Florida.
IS DISCUSSED BY COUNSEL FOR
EASTERN RAILROADS?NO CONI
CLUSION AS TO WHAT STEP
j WOULD BE TAKEN.
I NEW YORK, Feb. 28.?Only the
i legal phases of what the eastern trunk
line railroads propose to do in the face
of the decision of the Interstate Commerce
Commission denying increased
freight rates were considered at the
; general conferenc held in New York
yesterday. It- was a conference exclusively
of general counsel In which executive
heads and bankers so far as
can be learned took no part. Fifteen
attorneys discussed the situation for
several hours in-the oflice of Vice President
Harris, of the New York Central
offices at the Grand Central Terminal,
for the purpose of considering the
freight rate .decision handed down ?by
the Interstate' Commerce Commission.
It was stated that no conclusion was
reached as to the course the commisreached
as the course the companies
would decide to follow and might not
be for some days."
i The health of our community is very
good with the acception of Mrs. Joseph
Malone. who continues very illMr.
and Mrs. J. B. Starritt were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Mount" Boyd Sun
Miss "Hose Watson, of Smithtown,
attended the show at Morgantown
Mr. W. W. JoIlifT, who has returned
to this place from Arizona, is improving
in health very fast.
Mr. S. S. Swisher was a business
caller in Fairmont last Saturday.
Mrs. Ruth Morgan was calling on
her cousin. Mrs. Joseph Malone Saturday.
Also Mrs. S. S. Swisher.
Mis Lola Holland was visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Malone Sunday,
i Mr. Willie Morgan was shopping in
.Mr. and .Mrs. Johnnie Malone, Mr.
and Mrs. Claratice Malone were calling
on Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Malone Friday.
Mrs. S. S. Swisher and daughter,
Miss Florence, were shopping in
Smithtown Friday' Inst.
Mr. W. 15. Watson received a fine
carload of cattle from Chicago last
Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan will
go to house keeping on Little Creek
in the near future.
Mrs. Ada Lee and Miss Nina Stans
berry attended literary at Smithtown
1'rlday night and reported a fine time
and a large .crowd.
Itev. Auvll preached a line sermon
Sunday morning at Hopewell. Quite
a large crowd attended.
Mr. Phillip Stnrrltt was visiting the
family or Sir. S. S. Swisher Friday
Sir. Uczln Litton was visiting ills
daughter. Sirs. Frank. Triplet!, nt
Lock 13 Saturday.
There will he mock trial at Smithtown
SI arch the 18th. Evorybody in
cordially Invited to attend.
Triune loll about one short Inst
Week. 1 hope she Is not dead but
there was a plenty in last week.
[ Sir. Enoch Johnson is some better at
Miss Delia Summers was viitlng
I her Istcr, Miss Blanche, of Fairmont,
| Quite a large crowd attended the
'celebration of Washington's birthday
at Triune last Friday night.
Mr. Charley Jones was shopping in
FIVE AND COSTS.
Steve Pister. Joe Pister and Ambrose
Btirglmnrllck were arrested last
night nnd taken before Justice U. S.
Ainos . Tlioy were arrested for lighting.
It was reported that they had
been using knives, knuckles and other
weapons but there was no evidence to
that effect before the justice. One of
the prisoners was fined* five dollars
and costs for fighting.
MRS. MARGARET NEPTUNE
HEARS THE FINAL 8UMM0NS.
2 Mrs. Margaret Neptune, widow of
j Mr. Henry Neptune, ftnd a well known
resident Of Bnrrnrkvlllo. rtlort lnct
. night at her home after an illness from
diseases Incident to old age.
Deceased was aged 82 years . and
I had resided neftr Barraekville her entire
life. For sixty years she had
, been ft member of the Baptist denomination
aud was an darnest Christian
woman. Two years ago yesterday Mr.
Neptune paBsed away at an advanced
Surviving are several children namely.
George, Alva. William. James. Lee
and Joseph, and Mrs. Henry Heck,
j Joseph Neptune resides in Nebraska
j and is expected to arrive here on
j Thursday morning.
: Funeral services will be held on
I Thursday at 10:30 a. m. at the Bar.
rackville Baptist Church. Rev. G. W.
Kii\8ey officiating. Interment will be
made in the church ynrd under the direction
of R. L. Cunningham.
Although St Patrick's day, March
17, always occurs in Lent; the celebration
on this day is quieter than if it
occurred before or after the period of
sackcloth and ashes. However, several
celebrations will occur on St. Patrick's
The public , in general observes the
day by sending postal cards to their
friends and by wearing shamrocks and
green streamers. Post cards are being
disposed of already by local dealers,
and when the time grows closer,
larger sales will be had.
AGAINST AGED NEGRO JAILED AT
IRWIN, PA., THTS MORNING, ACCUSED
OP HORRIBLY MALTREATING
SIXTEEN YEAR OLD
WHITE GIRL ? ATTEMPT TO
(By United Press.)
I It WIN. Pa.. Feb. 28.?Daniel Lewis,
nn octoroon negro, was finally landed
In jail here this morning on a serious
charge*by n sixteen year old white
girl, Ida Thompson, daughter of respectable
Lewis has a bride of one month.
Phyelcians found' Mi6s Thompson
Several attempts were made to :
lynch the negro in Justice Frederick's 1
ofilce when the story of abuse was
?-UK stNATE WHICH HAS BEEN IN j
CONTINUOUS SESSION DAY AND
NIGHT?MANY LONG SPEECHES
MADE, INCLUDING ONE OF SENATOR
CRAWFORD OF DAKOTA,
WHO SPOKE NEARLY ALL I
NIGHT OF THE FILIBUSTER. I
WASHINGTON. Feb. 28.?At eight <
o'clock this worning, Larimer, a filibuster
was still speaking.
The Senate has been in continuous ;
session twenty-four hours. Senator ;
Bristow, Republican, of Kansas, at six- ]
fifty this morning relieved Senator <
Crawford, Republican, of South Dako- i
ta, who spoke nearly all night. !
At eight ten the Sesate took recess ;
until eleven o'clock, when the speaking
will be resumed. 1
NO TRACE OF MISSING GEMS.
Efforts to Locate $130,000 Collection
Taken from Mrs. Drummond's )
Stateroom Fail. i
NEW YORK. Feb. 28.?Not the ,
slightest clue developed yesterday In
the search for the $130,000 worth of .
jewels which Mrs. Maid win Druminond,
formerly Mrs. Marshall Field,
Jr., of Chicago, missed from her stateroom
when she awoke on tne steamer
Amerika Sunday morning, after the
last night of a voyage from Europe.
Yesterday she engaged private detectives
in this country and in Europe.
The Hamburg-American line officers
again searched and questioned
t lio 940 mmnl,arc "f
I - " o mc ttcn ui mu
|Amerika before any were allowea
j shore leave. The police Instituted a
careful wartch on pawn shops, and the
j customs ^ofllccrs were particularly
thorough in passing the luggage of
passengers disembarking from the
Amerika. All was without avail.
Mrs. Drummond and her husband, a
London banker and sportsman, decided
to stny over in New York indefinitely
to direct the search, and Mrs.
(I)rummond said she would willingly
give at least $5.00 reward for the return
of the gems.
Supplementary indictment Returned
Charging Ohio Man With Further
CINCINNATI, O., Feb. 2S.?K supplementary
indictment yesterday was
returned against George 13. Cox. Like
the first bill, it charges pej-jury.
The original indictment charged him
with testifying before the Hamilton
county grand jury in 190(J?that he had
received none of the "gratuities" paid
(by banks to county treasurers. It
stated that in point or fact Cox re?
celyed $48,noo from John D. Gibson, a
former county treasurer.
The supplementary indictment includes,
this charge and also allegeB
that Cox obtained $17,"j00 Trom Tildcn
| It. French, also a county treasurer.
J .; &&-:rk\- >" ' ' *>Zi\
show Royal Bal
an absolutely p
grape cream <
powder, and cai
to prevent the s
other brand in i
With no otl
cuit, cake and hi
so pure, healthfi
Royal Baking Powder coa
and is cheaper and better at
powder in the world. Itraa
Royal Cook Book?800 Receipts
[_ ROYAL BAKINQ PQV
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R. F. D. 3, Rlvesvillc.
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miaa utsiuv c lailCT WJIS Calling Oil
Mrs. Snropta Musgrave last Sunday.
Mrs. Delia Fisher was calling on
Mrs. Alpha Ralphsnyder one day last
Miss Delia Fisher spent Sunday with
Miss Ora Pratt.
John Fisher spent Sunday with Jes
Miss Delia Fisher Bpest Thursday
with Mrs. Alpha italphsgyder.
Charles Fisher is working for Smith
Wisman at Lowesville.
Will Markley, of River Bond, wa? a
business caller here one day last week.
S. G. Morgan, of Flickersville, was a
business caller here Friday.
A. social was given one evening last
week at the home of .Air. and Mrs. Km
ery Snider in honor of the young folks
of this community. Those present
were Misses Ora Pratt, Blanche Miller,
Mary Snider, Blake Snider, Kattle
Snider, Lessie Snider, Trlxie Michael,
Nellie Arnett, Omn Arnett, Julia Sni
ddr, Winnie Snider, Dave Arnett, Basil
Michael, Gene . Snider, Joe _Snlder
Clnude'Snlder,' Claude' Lobgh,: Ray! MIF
ler. The evening was delightfully
spent, the chief amusements being
candy and social talks.
Rev. Moore preached here last Sunday
and did not say when he was going
to hold a series of meetings. This
part of the section is expecting him tc
hold revival meetings soon, as thle
community Is in need> of a great revival
here. ' f
Charles Fisher spent Sunday -with
bis aunt, Mrs. Llbbie Lang, at Lowesville.
Mrs. Mollie Thorno Js vory'sick at
Charles Fisher was visiting hir.
lirothors, Joe and Luke Fisher, ni
Beeclnvood, one day last week.
Mrs. Newbraugh is very il and no:
expected to live but a few days.
A fudge party was given one even
ing last week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Melville Pratt in honor of the
young people of this community. Those
present were Misses Nellie Arnctt,
3ra Pratt, Blanche Miller, Lesslc Snlier,
Mary Snider, Julia Snider, Blake
Snider, Katie Snider, Trixie Michael,
Messrs. Gene Snider, Joe Snider, Claud
Lough, Archie Snider, Jesse Pratt, Willis
Pratt, Basil Michael. The chief
amusements \Verc eating fudge and
playing music. A delightful evening
Jesse Miller, or Doll's Bun; was visiting
his mother, Mrs. Thorn Miller,
one day last week.
John Cox, of Fairmont, was'calling
on N. E. Fisher Friday.
MJss Alma Straight, of Fairmont,
spent a few days last week visiting
K Compound ot Indian Corn, Sujtt and Salt 1
1 Postum Ccreaf Co., Limited I
I' ^ >
I "The Men
1 poctum Cereal'compa
-r>* i'OWS. ?
Government tests .
dng Powder to be
ure and healthful
>f tartar baking
e should be taken
ubstitution of any
ler agent can bi^P
Dt-br eads be made
ul and delicious. ' ; |
Is only a fair price per pound,
its price than any olher taking
ies pure, clean, healthful food.
?Free, Send Fame and Address.
/PER CO., NEW YORK. ~
| her brother,,Charlie Straight, and aluo
attended the box supper at Arnetts
vllle Friday night
Literary is progressing nicely at OS- :
good with a large ntcndnnce and good K
Jee Hail, ot Lowcsvllle,. wpa calling; .
on James Arnott one day last Week.
Mrs. N'ewbraugh, an aged lady of
near Georgetown, died Friday morning
it G a. m. Mrs. .Vewbraugh had been t
,lck a long time. The causo of her
Jcath wnB paralysis. She leaves a
'arge family or grown children. She '
was respected by all who knew hetj i
and her many friends wlll bo sorrytp JS
learn of her dcnlh. Funeral services
were hsld at her home at 10 a. m.
Sunday .morning nnd Interment waa
nado In the Wade cemetery," to awaii
.he resurrection morn.
The box supper at Arnot'tstilllwdw y '
Friday night was not very well att
tended. The highest .box sold1 for
51.73. It wjis for- the benefit or the
library. 313.00 was made nbovo
N. E. Fisher was calling on Philip
Lowe one day last week;
Mlsa Bertha Brockover spent Sunday
w.iui ?n. awry morgan.
Loyal Downey, or Beech wood* spent
Saturday evening tflth Miss Ora Prntt.
Dane Arnett spent Saturday, evening
with Miss Florence Downey/of Beechwood
Mr,' and Mrs. aNthan FiBher and chiW
'Jrcn, John, Dwlght nnd Dellie, spent
Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
latnes Arnett, at Arnettsvlllc.
Mrs. Belle Hich was the guest of
Mrs. Maude Youst at Arnetisvllle:011a -i
day last week. ,
John P. Cox, of Fairmont, was calf
'ng on Isaac Flowers one day last week
and also was calling: -! on? Chariot/ 7
Mrs. Belle Rich was calling on Mrs.
James Arnett one day last week.
** MANNINGTON, W. VA. \
R. F. D. No. 7. j
Fairmont West Virginian:
Through your very. valuableyMWF^^
we wish to thank our many friends for
the post card shower !n memory
birthday. February 22, 19X1,beautiful
mottoes andi messages itq
gladden the heart of two conlirracd
s'"" 'mR. and mrs.'FELIX DEATV.
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