OCR Interpretation

The daily telegram. [volume] (Clarksburg, W. Va.) 1901-1926, December 11, 1916, Image 5

Image and text provided by West Virginia University

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85059715/1916-12-11/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for PAGE FIVE

Clarksbutg, Dec- 11th |
To Have a
Of your confidence is tl
store started with its n
It has been the ambit
Rested and refreshec
the existing sense o
through every part of <
making use of every f;
A reach a higher level of i
uuj tx niiuat jjan UiUlgC
When our patrons sa
denee we shall have rea
Men's Handkerchiefs. 10c
"Women's, 10c, 15c. 25c. 3.
Children's, 5c, 10c, 15c, :
- -.-iL.jn i_.
s . S '
-v .
' ?
, .? ' ' '
. ' t ;
Tomorrow We
Kawam (
Mr. Kawam who needs no
sonally attend this exhibit and
Lovers of real oriental flo<
of this golden opportunity. T
are not to be found elsewhere.
This is especially true of tl
The low and moderately price
number and comprise every w
heart of every man and worn!
K (Condnuod from Page Three.)
Class Elects. ,
Under the leadership of Miss Nan- '
nie Lowe a very interesting meeting,
of the Delphian Literary class was
held in the parlor of the First Baptist
church Monday afternoon. Among
the papers read was "The Roman"
Family," by Mrs. Wayne Allen;
"Pliny the Elder," by Miss Ollle Cost,
and "The Roman's Idea of Woman's
Rights," by Mrs. George M. West, followed
by a general discussion on the
"Characteristics oL" the German Emperor."
To Rend Papers.
, The following papers will be read
11 at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the
home of Mrs. John J. Davis at a
meeting of the Tuesday Literary
Club, and "The Germans" will be the
study of the afternoon.
"Germany" Holland
"Germany of Today" Tower
"Germany and the Germans". . . .
"Home Life in Germany". .Sidgwick
"German Culture. Past and Present"
"German Life In Town and Country"
Leader?Miss Nannie Lowes.
Assistants?Mrs. Virgil L. Highland
and Mrs. John W. Brown.
Misionary Meeting.
There will be a meeting of the
'Woman's Missionary Society of St.
Paul's Methodist Episcopal church.
Cnnfh in f)io lmnifr nf* \Tvu CI T. Pot.
UVU vu, VII V/ I I >' I I I v Ufc ?'i VI. *- V. V
rey, at Adamston. at 7: ?.0 o'clock
Tuesday evening, at which time final
arrangements will be made for a
Christmas bazaar and bake sale,
which the members will hold all day
Friday .December 15. in the Ogden new
building on West Main street,
at which time they; will have on sale
numberles articles of fancy work,
homemade bread, calces,, pies, candy,
canned fruits, pickles and meat loaf.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
Meetings Discontinued.
The Marcato Choral Club has discontinued
its Tuesday evening weekly
meetings until after the holidays,
but will render the Christmas carols
at the community Christmas tree entertainment
which will be given
Christmas eve, and also have charge
of the musical program,
? ~
Look out for him, watch out for him.
Tills rag time Santa Klaus. .Masonic
auditorium Tuesday night.
la Tapestry. Velvet anil Axmlnster.
neatly bound at OSe and $1.25. They
will not last long.
I ,P . . r.\ , - . * ?,,. " ' . ?'i >. ' "'> : ;M-' (., y.
Parsons-Souders j
Joy toum, 1
Worthy Store
he thought with which thi
ew and definite methods.
ion of all its years.
I by the progress made an
f progress that prevaii
our business, we are busil
acility we can command t
isefulness to the Christma
has been so ready and ger
ty that we have their conf
ched the goal most deisre(
\ 15c. 25c to 75c.
5c, 50c up to $2.00.
20c and 25c.
j|p. . ; j ,
Will Exhibit Our
Collection of
introduction to our people, will pc
sale. j
r covering's should avail themselv
here are rugs here the like of whi
le Kermanshahs and Royal Saroul
d carpets and rugs are hundreds
eave, size and color scheme that t
tn desires.
Christmas Social.
The Omega Sunday school class o?
the First Baptist church will hold iis
December business meeting and
Christmas social Tuesday evening, beginning
at 7:30 o'clock, in the parlors
o" the church.
Missionary Meeting.
Thft WAm on 'e P/\rAi om
* * W4nn-jj * w*vib -ut luiasiuuai j
Society of Ash Chapel Methodist Epis- I
copal church will meet at 2:30 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in the home of
Mrs. Jack Snodgrass, of Worley avenue.
Broad Oaks. An Interesting
program has* been prepared and all
are urged to attend.
J. M. Scott, of Grafton, superintendent
of the Monongah division of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad, was a
business visitor in the city Monday.
B. R. Taylor is here from PnrKersburg.
C. L. A1 lender, of Parkersburg. is
transacting business here.
Harry H. Madera, of Morgantown, is
here ou a business mission.
A. D. Wilson, of Wheeling, is a guest
at the Hotel Gore.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Foutty, of Salem,
are visiting here.
George E. .Miller, of Charleston, Is
a city visitor.
D. "M. Timber lake was here from
Weston Monday.
R. W. Kelly, of Parkersburg, is a
business visitor hero.
J. H. Rector, of Parkersburg. is in
the city on a business visit.
Randolph Stalnaker, of Wheeling, is
here on a brief business visit.
J. C. M. Brasch, of-Parkersburg, is
a city visitor.
1. V. Miles is here from Parkersburg.
J. W. Flanagan, of Grafton, rs a
guest at the Waldo.
J. W. Johnson, of Bristol, visited the
city Monday.
Jesse D. Kennedy, of Lost Ci'eek,
former state legislator, was in the city
S. Fienberg went to Dayton, O.. Sunday
night to attend the funeral of his
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Wilson, of
Morgan town, who have been guests
of relatives in the city, returned
home Monday evening.
Mrs. Grace Clough, of West
Union, who visited relatives in the
city, has returned home.
Mrs. Millard F. Snider has returned
from West Union, where she spent
Sunday with relatives.
Oyster Snlod.
A quart tin of oysters, head of celery,
one tablespoon oil, one small teaspoon
salt, mace, mustard and peper, ,
three desertspoons cider vinegar, a '
pinch of white sugar. Strain of( the
liquor from the oysters,J cut them in
two or three pieces, according to size
(do not chop). Gut the celery, small,
blend with the oysters, mix the remaining
ingredients, putting the vinegar
last; then pour over the celery
and oysters. Stir well; serve directly, j
as this salad will not keep long.
The Shopping,
rAttle Girl
is Christmas
Savings Che<
Will Be
is Cashed He,
~ \\ c want our custc
and friends?that is. i
LS body to come here, foi
l_ will gladly exchange rr
for your Christmas sa'
V" The store is central,
3. venient, and will glad!
tend this courtesy.
Gloves of the Hou
Brand new kid gloves
daintiest kind that appea
most fashionable worn:
with all the little nicetie
French manufacturers.
_I Price $1.50, $1.75, $2.0
and $2.50 for short glovi
I Price $3.50 and $4.00
Imported direct for th
sons-Souders Co.? (Mai)
,r:i Vast Aisle).
I; | More and More W
U Asking for Lovely
|o Plush Coats.
jjfe Just because every otln
an wants one at once, j
mills can't keep up with
mand and the supply c
plush is being restricted.
5aj| present time our assort]
f&jjst- very good.
,8Su g Two new models in thi;
ing; full length, wide
hanging loose from the sh
in the back, with beltec
deep cape collars. Price
and $29.50.
Another coat, $19.50 to
Silk Velour de-Nord
r_ $25.00 to $65.00.
es More About The
ch Waists.
Some exceedingly simi
cs. bred crepe-de-chine are
in est in. They have noth
he ornament excepting vei
tucks and hemstitching;
_J $5.00.
School Basketball Team Has a ,
Fine Schedule for the Com- fj
ing Basketball Season.
WESTON. Dec. 11.?The Weston
high school basketball team will be
represented in the Monongaliela Valley (
High School Basketball League this
season as usual. At the league meet.- (
ing at Fairmont Saturday afternoon ,
Weston was x-epresented and eight ]
games were scheduled for the team ;
this fall. In addition two games will
probably be played with the Washington
Irving high school team of Clarksburg,
one game on the local floor and
one on the Clarksburg floor.
The complete schedule is as follows:
Weston at Home.
February 2?Fairview high school.
February 23?-Buckhannon high !
school. '
January 27 ? Morgantown high 1
February 15?Salem high school.
February 9?Shinnston higb school. 1
Weston Abroad. v
January 20?-Fairview high school.
January 26 ? Buckhannon high
school. ,
January 12 ? Morgantown high
school. <
school. ,
With thp above scheduled games and i
tho two Washington Irving games of ?
Clarksbtirg the Weston team has a 1
very good schedule for tlie 1916-17 sea- J
son. j
: t
I LSHLil ULfillBU ;
: i
In New York during Year de- '
spite the Infantile Paralysis I
Epidemic There. J
NEW YORK, Dec. 11.?Deaths s
among babies in New York city were :i
considerably reduced during 1916 as 1
compared to previous years, notwith- *
standing the infantile paralysis epi- t
demic, according to an announcement I
by the Babies' Welfare Association.
The figures' for the year indicate t
the mortality among babies will have j
been one thousand'less than during J
1915. During this year, the association,
which acts as a clearing house c
for the care of babies, has reached i
over ten thousand Infants through a e
widely-varied number of channels, t
There are now one hundred and c
twenty-six institutions and charitable
societies co-operating officially with J
the Babies' Welfare Association and c
scores of others call upon Its services ?
from time to time.
A marriage license has been issued .
to Joseph Robinson, colored, and Sa- q
rannah Shepherd, colored.
Centre of Central
and Boyto
" The H
:ks and Girl ai
Boys and (
re Around to
^ we Christmas is
ioney delight?the seas
v m^s childhood to grov
of Joytown will 1
? con- ?
Lv ex- pressions o? won
make the hearts <
being able to pre
r For children and at si
; of J-}10 The small cc
inland had for, will be d
s ot the friends.
?o, 92.25
as. Bring the ch
ioi long look with their g
c Plir; Let them look wi1
1 001, of Joytown and 1(
aing way just whs
?r worn- __
md the 'TVl I
the de- -*
>f seal
At the
ment is
s morn- _ .
; price ^
BALTIMORE, Md., Dec. .13.? 1
Calves?-Good and constant inquiry |
for smooth, fat veal calves of handy- E
weight. We quote: Veal, choice, by
express, per pound 11 %c<g) 12c; do,
do, by boat, do, [email protected]; do,
Light, ordinary, do, [email protected]>?c;
rough and heavy, per head. $8 @$18.
Lambs and sheep?Ready sale for
choice stock. Sheep. No. 1, per pound,
5c(g)6c; do, old bucks, do, [email protected];
do, common to fair, per head,
[email protected] $2.50. Lambs, sprang, choice,
per pound lO^c^llc; do, do, stnall
and poor, do, [email protected]%c.
Live pigs, as to size, per head, $2
@$2.50; slioats, as to size, do, ?3 0>
Beef cattle?Wc quote: Beef cat- |
tie, first quality, per pound, 7c @ I
7%c; do, medium, do, [email protected]^c; do, I
bulls, as to quality, do, 4c<?>6c; thin |
steers and cows, per head, $15 @?25;
oxen, as to quality, per pound, [email protected]
6c; milk cows, good, per head, $30<5>
The temperature of a new electric
Qatiron can be regulated to four different
jealed Proposals for Public Printing,
llindlui; and Stationary.
Jfllcr of Commissioner of Public Printing:
NOTICK: la hereby given that the bids n
received In response to onr former call ad- B
. ertised according to law were deemed un- a
latlafnctory und were, thereror, rejected, fj
intl further notice Is hereby given that 1
icaled proposals will be received by the B
lomuilHSioners of Public Printing at the H
Auditor's Ofllee. In the Capitol Annex In m
he city of Charleston. West Virginia, from N
Friday, December'8, 391H, until Wednesday
he Mril day of January. 3017, at 1" o'clock B
toon of said day, for the execution of the H
State Printing. State Binding and for sup- B
dying the state with .Stationery and Print- E
ng Paper for the two years beginning on ?
be second Wednesday In January, 3017, Bj
tntS ending on the second Wednesday in Bb
I nnuary, 3919.
Each proposal must be accompanied by Q
>ond, executed according to law. by the fg
>ldder with at least two good and sulb- gs
"lent securities residing in this State. In 0
he penal sum of Ten Thousand Dollars U
$10,000.00) for all State Printing, and the fi
>enal sum of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,- H
>00.00) for furnishing Printing Paper and u
stationery, and the penal sum of tlSvo S
fhouaund Dollars (Sm.000.00) for nil State 95
llndlng conditioned upon the faithful per- til
ormance of said contracts*. No bid unnc- (fl
iompunled by audi bonds will be enter- H
olned by the Commissioners of Public ?1
Jtevlsed estimates of the ivork to be done SJ
>r materials to be furnished .together with B
lank forms for proposals, bonds, etc., will jfl
>e furnished upon application by Stuart F. J
teed, the Superintendent of Public Print- 5
The Commissioners are required to re- hS
elve sepnrnte bids for the Printing, Bind- gj
ng. and Printing Paper, including Station- I
The contract wilt be awarded according I
o sections T> and 22 of chapter 30 of the I
'ode. fj
All proposals must be made unon the H
irlnted blanks furnished by the Superln- K
endent of Public Printing, and the Mid h
"ommlssloners reserve the right to reject ?3
ny and all bids. H
By order of the Commissioners of Public B
'r In ting.
filTdi under our bands this 7th day of I
Jecember, 101C.
K. Jj. LONG, Treasurer. B
r, DECEMBER 11. 1916.
i i ii i - i.. i i i?.i i ??? mm* ' i n , -,| 1 _ | 1.1 i i . i i ~r ~ i
TPest Virginia | Parsons-So
wn, the Land of,
ome of Santa Claus?Invil
tid the Grown Ups of C
jirls and Grown Ups f<
17" T rkirtrkiim IVT^vbt-T
T isit uvj .
here again. The period of children's
;on of the year that brings youth and
m ups of all ages. And though the sight
Dring delight and happy faces and exderment
from the children; it will also
of mothers and fathers glad because of
wide such innocent pleasures for their
mall cost.
>st that these joy-bringing toys can be
oubly welcome to mothers, fathers and
ildren to Joytown. Let them roam and
Teat, big* eyes, to their hearts' content
:h open eyed amusement at the marvels
2t them tell you in their children fascina?
THEY want for Christmas.
:e Elevator to Joyland,
Come Have a Good
' r Why, it is worth a sp
enjoy themselves and hi
^ they get'back home. Yo
^Q; And, so we invite c
$3? miles and miles around
'pfr1 children are welcome?I
Take "Expr
have music on my
If Emerson Li\
If Emerson lived' today he could si1
and realize his wish to have music on hi
spirit -moved 'him.
One cannot imagine Emerson sitth
a talking machine, hut one can readily 1:
have listened with delight to Edison's :
Neav York Globe refers to as'' the phone
"The Phonograph W
THIS new invention marks the conipa
achievement by Thomas A. Edison their '
of his ambition to produce an instru- , Mo1
ment which -would Re-create all forms ' v*e ^
of music so perfectly that the Re-Crea- ^Tne^!
tion could not be detected from the, liv- heard
Ing artist's volce-r-or Instrumental per- an?, ?
formance. ' tIoi]
^ "on c
V^*C41X rtl U?13 uavu ujjpcttiuu 1U puuilG not b1
and have sung?or played?in direct forma!
W there be
in your home at C
A TALKING machine cannot give mas a
you real music. It gives you only a hoi-, the 11
low imitation. -world1
The New Edison Is not a talking ma- We
chine. The New York Tribune says of new ii
it that "Edison has snared the soul of
music."' TiVe
"? < merel;
? It will bring into your home at Christ- graph
' -:,vi V /- IK ,
iWe were able to get only a limite'd;
Make vonr selection early.
Palace Furniture <
:v? s 'Vy.*- -J--'- >; v... jj X! - c; *-j vr' ""' & = % .'-v
ItdCTS Bouts8a.m. to5:30p.m.
i;es Every Little Boy
larksburg and the 1
>r Hundreds Miles
Third Floor;
ecial trip to the store to see them M
ear what they have to say when B
u owe it to them to bring- them to fl
:very child in this city and for I
to visit Joy town. You and, the fl
ess'' to 3rd Floor J
I ^
1 ' 1* t # t ^
' ?$ 1 f'vkii iUW^8B88i
* ; ^
.rison with Edison's Re-Creation ot ?
-e tlian 200,000 music lovers and j? 111
tusic critics of more than 200 oC
lea's leading newspapers have I fl||
and scon these astounding tests, I |||S
ne and all concede without reser- |{ pp
i that the New Edison's Ite-Crea- I W&
if an artist's work positively can
e detected from the artist's per- I |3S
' Mat*-- i ' ' - '~'>,V'1
-f :1 <H*o!r? '^raBBI P iP^
fj jjjjjj
"uf?'"'1,- :^-^T-. J :>/ %,]? j. *"?i 'ItS*'' V'[?' % f '^TWZ5*^B^B

xml | txt