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M.W. A, ELECTS
AND ADJOURNS ITS
CONVENTION HERE
, Harrisonburg Selected As
{Next Meeting Place.
What has been pronounced by all
In attendance as one of the must
! successful anti Inspirational sessions
of the Woman's M ssionary \ssod
ation, Virginia Conference, United
Brethren Church in Christ, came to
j a close with the communion service
and a splendid talk Wednesday
, night by Mm. K. I Muty. returned
| missionary from the I’hillippines.
' Previous to this finttl session of tin
| convention officers had been elec
! ed anil Harrisonburg, Va . selectc I
. as the next place of met tine.
W:th the exception of the op ' .
of Miss Fawver, of Martinsburc
I of the old officers were re lerte l
I The roster is as follows
President—Mrs .1 it. If opts
| 'Dayton. Va.
Vice President Miss Ida Judy
Davtnn. Va.
Vice President M s Ida Pur'
houscr, Harrisoni)Ure Va
Secretary—-Mrs H K Bichat •!
son. Mnrticsburg. W Yu
Treasurer—Mrs. W. O Conte.
Reliance. Va.
Secretary of literature M-i t
H. Ruebush, Dayton. Va,
Secretary of Than’ Off
Mrs. Frances Kline, Mur'xsbnr
W. Va.
Secretary of Otterboin (Judd
Miss Grace l.auck. Wlncif-'. r. Va 1
8upt. of Bible Study and Mi ■ mi
—Miss Ida Funkhouoc r, Har
rlsonburg. Va.
GRIFFITH TRIAL GOES
OVER TO SEPTEMBER
Point Pleasant. June x Judge j
O’Brien of tlie Mason county cir- j
cult court today postpom d until
■ the September term of court the
trial of W. H. (Holly) Griffith for
the murder of Ira Roush. The action j
•was taken at the instance of the ;
defense, w hich claimed that it would
b* unable at this time to produce
/essentia! witnesses, who. it is re
ported. will tend to prove an alibi |
for the accused man Griffith, a
West Virginia life termer, killed a i
fellow convict in the penitentiary i
at Moundsville on the night of Jmi
uary 9. last made his escape, and
was later raptured by a South Fare 1
llna constable. The state alleged
that Griffith, while fleeing down the
Ohio river, nruindered Roush.
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FURNITURE
AND
HOUSE
FURNISHINGS l
Smith Co., Inc.
414% W. King Street.
NEED AN
Auto Spring?
We sell and fit the
world-known
Tamme Auto
Springs
For all makes cars.
C. E. ALLEN’S Garage
North College St., Between
Burke and Martin Sts.
AGENTS FOR
Studebaker
Automobiles
VETERAN KILLED
I William Montgomery, agi d SI. a
; Conf<>:|. i .it. • veteran, who was i*s*
jureil 1:1 an automobile <-M
while r«t.urninK from the i nfr,rh"
ate rein.on, <«t Bomney, ■ '■
Grace's station, Ilanipsliir< ni'w
v.he: • he wag taken after
dent, Shock helped greatly . 1 T
hastening the end. A m 1 !
O’Brien was driving the I
lest control while deuce
the machine upsetting.
both out. O'Brien was h e
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CONFER TENTATIVELY ON
ROAD CONST R LOTION

1 Charleston. June v T native
plans for road construct! :i through
t nt the state were considered at a
conference between the two nietn
Pers of the state road commission
.■■lid ttie district engineers which
c..,| ,) yesterday afternoon. No defi
nit anion wts taken on any plan
i . nu •• only two members of tin
1 1 1 emission. Major 1 1\ Fortney
iml I*r. K. H, Fti • on, have been
■ tipoinfed The . ipointment of tiie
‘third member of the road cnmr.tls
. .'•!) tins not y-.f been announced hy
Governor Morgan.
It is uni'stood that another
ofer m-e will tie 1. -; 11 on June 17
e it IN This eoiiferent’o is also
10 in if tentative character unless
t1 t .ini- u points the Hurd
nu ml cr t'f th< commission by that
tllll'i.
f’i 'sent at the conference yestor
d >. v re Mnior Fortiu-y. chairman.
• : r p. Siepi|ep =011. member of
th ■ ’ eecnissim, and F St, (’ f-hnitt .
of K'ev-er: II K, Snider, of Park
• ’ 1 r: \V. S Dowi's, of Morgan
1 n: P P Pavia. Morgantown’ II
t .a h m. Huntington and Georg •
I!:’1 Charleston
Unusual Demonstrati on At
tracts Public.
If wait'd ba f> rank inj. Ice to
steal file thunder of tl High
School publicity expert, so due
credit oust be Riven that brilliant
youth for -he following “hot" hit
of news ,
This -nornlng Worthing’s Drug
Store a squirming, clamoring
mar r Milan elbows, hands and
shoal'’ rs. each trying to be first in
IIP" T . • cause of the uproar was
no: " Worthing’s famous malt
i d It .-hake, but “Peg O’ My
11, -.r tickets went on reserva
t , ver before has an amateur
a 1 the public so by storm
high-priced tickets been
ir o groat a demand.
( .,iri !■ ■ iitfa 11 y, this is to he some
I friends of the young peo
ple a die High School cast do not
j hesitate to promise the public that
I in "Peg O’ My Heart.” At Grand
j all's Apo’lo Tuesday night, will be
the "oiiliost” play worth seeing in
Martinsburg in recent years.
EMPLOYEES URGED
TO ECONOMIZE FUEL
B. & 0. Meeting Held At Con
nellsville.
Fuel economy was the subject of
discussion at a meeting of Baltimore
j and Ohio employes, englnemen, fire
men, trainmen and shopmen held
I it the B. & O. Y. M. C. A. at Con
! nellsville.
It wag pointed out that in order
. to help the company cut down op
I "rating expenses, the workmen
■ must eoonomizo^ on their supplies
i and fuel.
Spi .iters of the evening were M.
‘ i’. Thompson, (superintendent of lo
I s' endive operation, T. S. Brady,
!!:■' v M. Small, district master
Rheumatic Pain
Rub It Right Out—Try This!
i ’ tumatism is “imm only.’'
Not <>ne case in fifty requires inter
nal treatment. Stop drugging;! Hub
; mi iery right away 1 Hub sooth*
i! penetrating “St. Jacobs Oil’* di* ■
r«-etly into the pop*, Ft iff joints and
muscles and relief comes instantly.
t. Jacobs Oil’* conquers pain. It is
a harmless rheumatism cure which
vt r disappoints and dot s rot blister.
I.inbor tip! Quit complaining! Oft
a small trial bottle of old-time “8t.
Jacob. Oil” at any drug ntoro and in
just a moment you’ll be free from
rheumatic pain, soreness and stiffness.
Don’t suffer! Ilelief and a cure await
you. Get it! “St. Jacobs Oil” is just
■ s good for sciatica, neuralgia, lum
bago, backache, sprains and swellings.
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Everyone Loves A Bargain!
|| Bargains—Bargains—Bargains! This store is overflowing with wonder
h t'ul values in Men’s and Boy’s Ready-to-Wear Clothing and Shoes. 'The
fj following articles are remarkably low priced:
Big Assortment Boys'
Knickerbocker
PANTS
Best quality do"'
sorted sizes.
98c
Lot of Boys’
WASH SUITS
!
Middy and Norfolk!
styles. Assorted pat
terns.
$2.48
Your Choice
5 Dozen Japanese
MATTING RUGS
Size 35x66.
65c
I! Featuring
Men’s and
'oung Men
SUITS
i At $27.50
Double and single
breasted models, tailor
ed of Serges, Worsteds
and Cassimeres.
i These suits are easily
I worth $40.00.
There are sizes and pat
j terns galore. No trou
f hie to please you.
Hoys’
WASH HATS
Plain white, although
cme are trimmed in
blue and tan. Special
50c
Hoys’
STRAW HATS
Best grade blue, black
and brown straw.
65c
EDUCATOR SHOES
For Men
We have a special in
tan blucher calf skin, at
$7.50
;
Boys’ Low Play
SKUFFERS
Ox blood color, best
quality leather and
make. Sizes 2 to 13.
$1.50
1
Men’s Summer
UNDERWEAR
Separate garments, A
good balbriggan, in all
sizes. Suit
95c
Children’s Sealpax
UNION SUITS
The best made sizes, 2
to 12. Special
$1.00
Boys’ Athletic
UNDERWEAR
Balbriggan and mesh.
Full size range. Very
special.
65c
iwooa viPoo-rT
TP'' i'y TO F-i <jv t'JT y.jl
ViHC/us
■m-e K-io if sco ob-idE
TO 7TV-e. IN TVf€ 7)lWi& OPfTRA
iw C.VR1U LOUVPOP
is somf lcn£R- *€"»
A filV-fO t-OQFCS. PO-^
A1IH&V PR«S€R- C-es
(•p V,mE cou-o
TrflNK C* SOMPO'0'- 'Tj
mechanic. All emphasized the de
vices by which fuel might be saved
upon the large gathering of work
men present.
Following the speaking program,
a picture "Firing the Engine" was
shown. The film showed the ac
tions of a fireman when he first
started to fire, his work six weeks
later and etill later his work as an
experienced fireman. It pointed out
the time and strength used by the
rookie fireman, he going through
many motions that a man of ex
perience would not think of doing
BANKRUPT 8ALE.
The undersigned trustee of the
Martinsburg Co-operative Stores,
Inc., Bankrupt, will sell at public
auction all of the goods and fixtures
in each store,
Saturday, June 11, 1921
Store at 109 E. Burke St. 10
o’clock.
Store Cor. Queen and Pennsyl
vania 11 o’clock.
Both stocks consists of general
jl iviiyn
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merchandise and fixtures of every 1
description, Which will be sold u '
a whole except one 16 ft. display ■
counter, one cash register and one
oil pump which will be sold sepa
rately. Terms cash.
.E- watson, trustee.
Martinrtnxrg Cto-operative Stores,
Inc., Bankrupt.
6-8-9-10 rop,
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Miss Beatrice Myers, of F. S. Em
Indisposed at her
home on West John street.
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ssSsSS!
The experience of every owner assures
you, in advance, that this car is thorough
ly reliable, that it is long-lived, that it is
economical in any service.
These homely, practical qualities were
never so advantageous, never so eagerly
sought in motor errs, as they are today.
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The lire r
■rmrvtt!!; t ~h.
UNION SALES CO., Inc.
131 West King Street
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The Farmers Grocery
Foot! Stuffs Greatly Reduced the
Balance of This Week
KEEN VEGETABLES FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER
SQUASH
ONIONS
GREEN PEPPERS
SPINACH
TEXAS ONIONS
STRING BEANS
SWEET POTATOES
BEETS
NEW POTATOES
TOMATOES
PEAS CELERY
CUCUMBERS
NEW CABBAGE
RADISHES
CARROTS
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Sugar, per lb. 7C
Lima Beans, per lb. ^
Fancy Head Rice, 7c lb. or 4 lbs. for ........... :2&c
Large package Noodles for.’ 5C
Small Lean Hams, per lb... 26c
Picnic Hams, per lb.. .17c
Lard, per lb. 16c, or by the can, per lb.!”!!!!.”!! !l3c
Granulated Sugar, per pound 7c, or 100 pounds for.. .$7.00
All soaps, per cake. 7C
Campbell’s Baked Beans, per can 10c, or dozen cans.$1.15
Campbell’s Soups, per can 12c, or dozen cans..$1.25
Large Can Milk 1214c, or dozen cans for.$1.45
Good Dried Peaches, per lb. 20c, or per box of 25 lbs.$4.50
Good Prunes, per pound 12'/2c, or box of 25 lbs.$2.75
Good Country Butter, per lb. 20c
Large Sack Flour.’_................ , 95c
New Potatoes, 6 lbs. for... ..25c
White Side Meat, per lb.......16c
Chickens, per lb.*.'.'.!'.!!”!!!!!!!!! ’26c
Good Steak, per lb. ! . .25c
Due to the extremely low prlcts we are compelled to make these prices strictly cash
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Highest Cash Cures Paid for Country Produce
Both Phones.
i he Farmers Grocery I
. “ ivery^ J
M. J. MILLER, Prop.
Free Delivery.

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