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The daily telegram. [volume] (Clarksburg, W. Va.) 1901-1926, September 10, 1915, Image 3

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r Washington Irving,High School
bt jtoom house with bath, base
t and attic. Good neighborhood.
if to cars and business center of
, If-you want a home this will
fit you. Let us show you this one.
i $5000.
Mllford Street (Paved)
'Four room cottage on lot 50x120
ggjtjnjtt. House nearly new. Large base
ment to gnlsh. Price for few daye
' $700 cash, balance one, two,
three and four years.
. Slealey Heights.
: Five room cottage with bath. Large
lot, 40x120 feet, on paved street.
Handy to school and churches.
Hfuse -finished In oak. Price $8150.
One third cash, one and two years.
"We write fire insurance on any
? thing Insurable.
Howard Post
Rooms S0tt-50? Go*. Bntldln*.
Every home with a phone is a
iranch of Welch & Fullerton,
Bell Pbune 1048-J
Consolidated Phone 165-X
p&negaii Brothers
Drill Your
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Work Guaranteed.
! Clarksburg,
W. Ya.
Smart Shop
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Special Showing of
Hats From $5
to $7.50
That are the acme of
style, quality, originality
and exclusiveness.
Models with that touch of
style that mark them as the
T product of the best design
ers in the land.
Most wonderful assort
ment for your choosing.
Smart Shop
128 South Fourth St.
Crescent Brand Sugar Cured
Hams X7c
Tjamb Roast igc
Ijamb Stew 13C
Veal Sto?~ . j3C
Brown's Market
$2500 Cash
Buys 10,000 square feet of
level ground or live excellent
building lots, five minutes
walk from postoffice. This
is valuable inside property.
For one big 40x268 foot lot
iii Alta Vista. A place where
. you can raise children and
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rtehnB. Mraters
Real Estate Broker.
'306 Prunty BIdg. -
Wed Frnitoia and Traxo and Haa
Merer Since Been Troubled
With GaU-atones.
Mrs. Mary E. Franse, whose ad
lresa la West Point, Nebr., Box 411,
las written to tho Pinna laboratoriea
i very strong endorsement of Frult
ola and Traxo. In her letter, lira.
Franse says: "About ten years ago
[ was about to undergo an operation
tor gall-stones when 1 heard of your
medicine. .Dreading an operation
Ibove everything I determined to try
Frultola and Traijo and have never
)een sorry I did so, aa I hare never
been troubled with gall-stones since.'*
Frultola is a powerful lubricant for
the Intestinal organa, and one dose
is usually sufficient to give ample
evidence of its efficacy. It eoftena
the congested masses, disintegrates
the hardened particles that" occasion
bo much suffering, and expels the
accumulated waste to the intense re-'
iief of the patient. Following a dose
of Frultola, Traxo should be taken
three or four times a day In order to
rebuild and restore the system that
has been weakened and run down
by constant suffering. It is a splen
did tonic acting on the liver and
stomach most beneficially.
Engagement Announced.
Covers were laid for fifteen guests
it a very handsomely appointed 6
1'clock dinner given in her home at
Wilsonburg in honor of Miss Elza
)eth Flynn, whose marriage to
Thomas L. Rooney will be solemnized
Wednesday, September 16.
.A color scheme of pink and white
ivas carried out in Jhv table decora
ion, a miniature bride forming the
able centerpiece. Tiny cuplds were
placed as favors at the covers of each
quests. Following the dinner a mls
ellancous shower was a .pleasing
'tijture of the evening's cntertain
lient and Miss Fynn was the recipient
>f many beautliul an-1 useful gifts.
Birthdny Dinner.
Hoses and ferns formed the floral,
ecorations of a 6 o'clock dinner given
.j Mrs. Walter B. Wilson Thursday
vening to celebrate her sister'*, Miss
s'?.llie McDonald's birthday. Covers
rere laid for twelve. Music and
rames were th? dlveralon inter in the
Fairmont li'iignjti-mrnt.
The engagement of Miss Helen Al
ord to Avon Reynolds, both of Fair
nont, was formally announced at a
rery enjoyable announcement party
;tven by Miss Esther Hensel in her
lome on Gaston avenue at Fairmont.
Phe marriage will be solemnized at
tn early date. Mlc.< Rlford has many
riends in Clarksburg among the
'ounger society r.et, having attended
nany of tlioir dances and social func
Attractive Card Party.
A small but very attractive card
larty was given by Mrs. Osman E.
Fall Millinery
September 11,
Everybody Invited.
Stop 9, Bridgeport Car.
Industrial Addition.
In* the flies ot the Pinus laborator
lea at Montlcello, 111., are many let
ters gratefully acknowledging the
satisfactory results following the use
of Fmitola and Traxo. Arrange
ments have beeij made for the dis
tribution ot these excellent remedies
by leading drug stores everywhere.
In Clarksburg Frujtola _anj Traxo
can be obtained, of
Corner of Third and Pike Streets
Swartz at 3 o'lock Thursday after
noon at the bungalow on the Goff
farm. Ices were served by the
hostess upon the arrival of the guests
and later auction bridge was played
at four tables pleasingly arranged o?
the large verdana.
The guest list included Miss Glass
and Miss Parrlsh, of Columbus, O.;.
Mrs. J. W. Williams, Mrs. Henry
Haymond, Mrs. HowfeU Cooper, Mrs.
William P. Alexander, Mrs. George
Leatherbury, Mrs. Robert R. Wilson,
Mrs. Philip P. Steptoe, Mrs. David
B. Carper, Miss Garrard, Mrs. Al
bert W. Rapp, Mrs Lucius Hose, Mrs.
E. Bryan Templeman, Mrs. Benjamin
R. Blackford, of Parkersburg; Mrs.
Henry Alexander and Mrs. William
Anglers Return1.
John 0. Brooks, C. B. Sperry, J.
T. Boggess, John J. Denham and
Lowell Childs returned '??hursday
evening from a point on the South
Branch, a tributary of the Potomac
river, near Romney,- where they en
joyed a two-weeks' outing] They
found fllshlng fine and had a very
delightful vacation.
Cake arid Candy Sale.
The Standard Bearers Missionary
Society of the First Methodist Epis
copal church, wili hold-a-cake and
candy sale at A. J. Fletcher's depart
ment store on West Main Btreet to
morrow. The sale will begin alt 9
o'clock in the morning.
Keed!e;raft Club Entertaned.
The Wallace Needlecraft Club was
delightfully entertained last Wed
nesday afternoon by Mrs. W. O.
Dunham at the homo of Mrs. E. M,
Miller at Wallace. The diversions, of
the afternoon were various kinds of
needle work and music. A very
dainty lunch was served by the host
Members present were Mesdames
W. O. Dunham, E. M. Miller. L. J.
Musgrave, F. H.. Bell. C. D. Muzzy,
W. H. Miller. G. T. Williamson, G.
B. Lenehan and as guests Mrs. Lane
and Misses Cora Leedy, Leota Mus
grave and Missouri Moore.
Pleasantly Entertained.
A party of young folk was delight
fully entertained Thursday evening
,by Miss Vivian La Chopelle at her
home at Northview. Music and
games were the diversions of the
evening and at a seasonable hour
delightful refreshments were served
by the hostess, assisted by Mr. J.
Burns. Those enjoying the affair
Genevieve Ramsey, Sarah Ramsey,
Margaret >?!nluth, Charlotte Lenluth,
Annette Richard,. Eugene Kopp,
Edith Lynn, Edith Smith, Lui(la Dun
san, Winnie Kadtr, Vivian La Cbap
pelle, Leah Caussatn, Helen Kruz
berger, Mrs. John Eurnt, Bonnie Un
derwood, Lillian Lulen, Josephine
Queen, Margaret Queen, MrB. George
La Chappelle, Frank Underwood,
Saturday, Sept. 11th,
of Ladies' and Misses'
We are arranging- the
prices very attractive
for this particular day.
so come prepared to
buy. You won't regret
your purchase.
Cummings Cloak
& Suit Store.
The Fashion
H> ? ? J| jg-yJfci ? "? i
Prunty Bldg, Main St., Clarksburg, W. Va.
Moose Soc W Se-ls ou.
The Loyal Order ol Moose held its
second weekly social session after
the regular buslnesrte the Robinson
hall on Second street Tuesday night
with 148 members present.
The Italian-band furnished a fine
program or music and addresses
were made by H. J. Wasemann. W.
Ruck and S. F. Gulnn.
Refreshments were served and ev-j
cry one parted wleiUs; the enter ?:
tainment committee success in its
Next Tuesday, three members at
the lodge will talk on the .motto:
"Purity, Aid and Progress."
Every member is invited to make
the work of this committee a suc
cess. The committee in charge Is
Henry Leullette, W1. P. Woods and S.
F. Oulnn.
For MUs Strauss
Mrs. E. M. Christy delightfully en
tertained a large number of hor
friends at a beautifully appointed 4
o'clock tea Friday afternoon at her
home in honor of her guest, Miss
Flora Strauss, < a charming young
woman and accomplished pianist ot
Marietta, O. The house was tastefully
decorated for the affair with cosmos
and asters, a color scheme ot pink
and white being carried out. Mrs.
Charle8 L Ford poured tea and was
assisted by Misses iNlna Burton and
Elizabeth Bland.
Mrs. Marie Werner, of Cella, Pa.,
is visiting at the home of her son, J.
H. Werner, of 203 Hedge street,
Broad Oaks.
Mrs. William L. Geppcrt and son
returned home Thursday evening
from San Diego, Calif., where they,
spent the summer with relatives.
They were accompanied by Mrs. Gep
pert's sister, Miss Frederlca Henk
lng, of San Diego, who will visit
her sister th:s winter. Mr. Geppert
went to Cincinnati, O., and accom
panied them to Clarksburg.
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Joyce
and daughter, and Mrs. F. A. Best,
of Tulsa, Okla., sister of Mrs. Joyoe,
are visitors here from Salem.
Mrs. Martha M. McCarty and
daughter accompanied by Mr. George
Edmiston, of Buckhannon, left Thurs
day night for the East.
H. C. Sanderson, of Elkins Is a
business visitor here.
Mrs. William E. Starcher has re
turned home from Terra Alta, where
she visited her daughter, Mrs.
George E. Lockwood, for two weeks.
She was accompanied home by Master
George A. Lockwood, of Terra Alta,
and Master Harold Hefner, of Graf
ton, who will visit the Starchers for
several days.
F. E. H. Yost Is here from Fair
P. P. Wells, of Pennsboro, Is trans
acting business here.
John C. Williams, of Steubenville,
0., Is here on business of the Phillips
Sheet and Tin Plate Company, of
which he is an officer. -
M. G. Taylor, of Pullman, Is a
business visitor here.
R. P. Davis, of Morgantown, Is a
city business visitor.
E. V. Fortney and F. R. Zelgler,
ot Klngwood, are visitors here.
A. V. Rush, of Oralndo, is a busi
ness visitor here.
Miss Anna McGary, who visited
her mother, Mrs. Catherine McGarjr,
of West Pike street, has returned to
her home at Weston.
Mrs. Frank M. Parrill, of Stealey
Heights, has returned from King
wood, her former home, where she
visltfed several days.
James H. Moore, Salem's chief of
pclice, was here Friday.
Taylor Ward, of Peel Tree, visited
the city Friday.
Clarence F. Herbert was here Fri
day from Lumberport.
Hiram D. Lynch, of Bristol, vis
ited the city Friday.
Mrs. Curt's Robinson and son,
Carl, of Buckhannon, are guests ot
friends at Broad Oaks and Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman T. Jacox
will go i.o Gallipolis, O...tomorrow to
visit relat'*ves two weeks and to at
tend the Elks' state reunion at Hunt
Caught ib Ra.'d on Alleged Gambling
House Are Ueleu. <ed.
Fourteen of the. colored men wtto
were arrested Saturday night when
Sheriff Stout and a posse of deputies
assisted by the city police force
raided an alleged colored gambling
room In Traders alley, were released
at the close of a trial Thursday af
ternoon and Magistrate Jackson V.
Carter reserved his opinion as. to
the Innocence or gu'.!t of William
; Washington, who the prosecuting
| witnesses tried to prove was oper
ating the game.
Marriage licenses -have been .Is
sued to Samuel J. Wanstreet and
Nettlee G. Patton and Clayford T.
Grimm and Genevieve M. Fallon.
The sheriff's office Is busy pre
paring the tax Jjooks fqr the year.
Collections will begin early in Oc
| tober. -
As Next Year's Meeting Place
of the United Brethern
HUNTINGTON, Sept. 10?Clarks
burg has been chosen as the place
for next year's West Virginia Conn
ference of - the United Brethren
A proposal to dJvide West Vir
ginia into three instead of two dis
tricts was overwhelmingly defeated.
The Rev. Frank G. Radabaugh, of
Bellngton, was elected superintend-,'
rt of the East district, and the Rev.
T. Foster, of Mason City. super\i
tendent of the West district. ?
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LvliUuCU W lUv UlUO, i/v?UWj NCTvUP
which I prise highly. One of the beet
of thee* J? that straight hair On be mad*
ns? A
peculiar attribute of thlsharmlee* fluid
cauaea the hair to dry In the moat oxquls
Ite -curia and waves, having all' the ap
pearance of true natnralneaa. . ,
My friend* -who have tried this- are
I simply delighted. I find that pure liquid
, (llmerlne can be procured.from any drra
1 cist here, and a few ounce* will keep the
j hair. In curl for eeveral weeks. Tfiere*a
> nothing gummy, greaay or iniiij about
it; on the contrary, it ia quite pleasant
i to use. I'm aure If you will try thla to
night?apply with a clean tooth brash?
a look in your mirror tomorrow more
; ing win give you a moot agreeable aujw
price.?Anita Ambei'a "Beauty Talks."
Will Meet :in Fairmont Tues
day to Discuss Freight
Rates on Coal.
Coal operators from the Fairmont
field will meet at Fairmont Tuesday
to discuss a movement to readjust the
differential rates on coal from West
More than a dozen coal operators
from the Fairmont district attended
a conference recently In the offices of
Jere H. Wheelwright, president of the
Consolidation Coal Company, in Bal
timore, called for the purpose of dis
cussing the differential coal rate situ
ation in Pennsylvania, West Virginia,
Ohio and Kentucky.
' It has been suggested that the In
terstate commerce commission mase
some readjustment of the existing dif
ferential in the states.
The conference was preliminary to
apy hearings whlcfa the commlsstoa
might grant. -The West Virginia op
erators desire to take steps to protect
themselves. ,
Decrees in the Circuit Court
and a Writ of Errop is Re
fused Hurst.
In' the circuit court Jutae Hay
mond Maxwell has granted Myrtle Mc
Gee a divorce from Walter H. Mc
Gee. The decree specifies that It is
from bed and board.
Ada Sine lbs been granted an ab
solute divorce^from Leonard Sine.
J. T. Bailey, of the Preston county
bar, has been admitted to the local
? Writ of error has been refused Mel
vin Hurst who was convicted-at the
June ferm of the criminal court on
the charge of poisoning a cow belong
ing to Dee Rush at Salem and sen
tenced to serve on| year in the peni
tentiary. His counsel expressed in
tention of appealing to the state su
preme court
Funeral services over the body of
Raymond Bailey, aged nine months,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bailey, of
Adamston. who died, at 2 o'colck
Thursday afternoon, after an Illness- noon. The child had'been ill sei
of stomach disease, wpre held at 2
o'clock Friday at the home and the
burial -will he in the O'Neal cemetery.
Kathryn Petty, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Frederick Petty ,of McKeesport,
Pa., who died at the home of D. A.
Smith, at Industrial Thursday .after
noon. will be burled In the Elkylew:South Chestnut street Mother
cemetery at 4 o'clock Friday after- babe are doing nicely.'
days, suffering with cholera infantu
' ipi
Dr H. E. Neff, (of the Union
tlsts, announces that his firm
have .a lady dentist some time li
future in the person of a dauj
who was born to Mrs. Neff and
Thursday' Afternoon at their hoh
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The Supreme Touch
pert Designing is Shown in
These Stein-Bloch
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Their expert designing staff has created for tiiis .
season what is undoubtedly the largest range of the i
Lest styles in America. The wort of even the good
custom tailors cannot compare-''with that of these
skilled designers?men who are artists in their line
and get salaries running into many thousands, a
year: The Stein-Bloch stand securely supreme.
Perhaps you want ?your cloth^a biiswag_
English like or maybe a little more^modist and coil; "
servative. No matter what your taste or your build"
?there is a Stein-Bloch suit to .satisfy.'you. ., i$?jP
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124 South Maih Street.
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7:30 to 11:00 P. M.
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True to our name our offerings of Ladies,'Missesf'
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invite the most critical purchasers to visit our shop 'on
this occasion, at which time we hope to demonstral
claim to the title, PERFECTION. i;
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