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" The Furniture Store ot Quality
That this store offers to you at all
times, house furnishings o f the
highest character and at the same
time, without any advance in price
extends to you such liberal terms
of payment, should cause you to
personally visit this store when
the. purchase of furniture is con
tamplated.
If We Advertise It, We Have It
The Home Furnishing Co,
Everything For the H?me. Your Credit is Goed.
U 1 x J :
Hi^h School Notes
(By English IV flans.)
The high school football team has
so far exceeded all expectations. The
players showed much grit and football
ability ill beating Fairmont G to 0 and
1915, to a 0 to 0 score. Everyone hopes
for a championship team; so keep up
ihe good work. boys.
?Although the seniors have been or?
ganized for nearly a month, neither the
freshmen, sophomores nor juniors have
followed the noble example of their
upper classmen:
Frank Marsh, secretary of the board
of state regents, visited the high sehooi
chapel everciscs recently and delivered
a very interesting talk on "Thrift."
? Charles Higlcy, of New York Cliy,
?was a visitor in the high schools last
week.
.Miss Anna Dunn entertained-<i few
of her friends last Saturday evening
in her home on East a.Mi street.
Ttte high school boasts this year of
its first orchestra. It is under the su
pervision of Mr. Parrish, the music!
teacher, and is a great addition to the;
Friday morning chapel exercises.
I*as! Thursday evening Mr. Cut right
took his agriculture class out- to visit j
.Mr. McKoynolds's farm on the West]
Milford road. A most enjoyable time i
was reported.
Two senior clubs have recently been
organized?the Webster Debating
Club for the boys, and the Cantebury |
Club for the girls. Moth are progress
ing rapidly and arc proving very enter- j
taining and beneficial.
For Sale
Cole, 8 cylinder, 7 passenger
Touring Car, in flrst class con
dition. Electric lights and star
ter. New Tires. This car will
be sold cheap to quick buyer, to
make room for winter cars.
Auto Livery Co.
TRADERS AVENUE
Either Phone 819.
OLIVES!
You Know
Where ?
$2700
Buys 2 first class 4-room cot
tages with bath, 2 porches,
and slate roof, located in the
East End just off paved
street and car line, that rents
for $28 a month. If you have
money to invest, you can't
beat it
Glenn B. Waters
Real Estate Broker
306EnptjrBldg.
l^ast week was examination week
and students and 'teachers were ?
busy.
The seniors hold a class meeting on
Thursday evening. The object of the
i^neeting was to decide on the class
pins and class rings.
The editor-in-chief and others offic
ers have been named for the manage
ment of tlio year book. The students
look forward to having an exceedingly
good?book this year.
A bountiful display of jollie^ pn
serves, etc., may be seen In the cook
ing department, as a result of the skill
ful work of the students under the
supervision of Miss Christy. Among
tlieir various accomplishments are
canned* peaches, spiced pickled
peaches, apple Jelly, apple butter,
grape jam, grape conserve, ftrange
marmalade, canned tomatoes, tomato
catsup, ripe tomato pl<*kle, rhili sauce
?wid celery sauce.
-The Rev}'if. .1, Allsup was a visitor
in chapel Friday morning.
?
The girls will not start playing
basketball .until aftdr Thanksgiving.
So far {Jjey have been doing regular
gymnasium work.
Miss Helen DeBerry is spending the;
week end in Terra Alta.
Mrs. Florence \V. Steniple is spend-I
ing the week end with relatives in
Grafton. ^
This is the first year that the high j
school has been able to have the man-i
ua_l training course, and the boys arej
very enthusiastic atxnit it. They have!
just finished making some attractive *
bookracks.
This high school is very fortunate
this year in having a regular librarian,
Mian Alice Griffin. The students find
tins' very convenient and are reading
very much more than formerly.
11KLI) FOR THE ORAM) JVRY.
Art Waldo waived preliminary .ex
amination and was held to the grand
jjury late Saturday in Magistrate W.
E. -Starcher's ccftirt under a charge
of bootlegging, for which county of
ficers recently arrested him. He
furniBhed the usual bonds and waa
released.
MIMXKKS ARK 1>AII>.
Coal miners in this region were
paid Saturday. The Consolidation
paid out leRs than usual as the car
supply was short during the period.
The Saturday night crowd in the city
was smaller than usual on pay days.
Apples!
DELK5IOTJS FOB.
EATING
We Have Them.
Also, strictly fresh
. country eggs and butter.
Fresh and Cured Meats
Our home-made all
Pork Sausage is better,
try it
Quick, Courteous Auto
delivery Service all over
the city.
PUBLIC MARKET
JOHN C. WYCOFF,
Proprietor.
? Pthonea: Bell 16L
Home 186
227 South Third Street.
SPECILP
Of the County Court is tailed to
Be Held Here the Coming'
Wednesday.
There will lie a special term of the
county court Wednesday. Count*
and other claims will he Budi.t.^'
Action will be taken on the applica
tion of Bruce T. Southern for a re
(luction of his bond as ndministratoi
of tho estate of George W. Souttiern.
The court will appoint a commuteror
Mary E. Cox, an insane persona. Tho
application ?f Ida M. Lee for exoner
ation of the payment of taxes on her
Hronil Oaks property will be before
?'IP court will appoint committee lor
? special election to be held No
vember 7 in Clark district on the
question of a hiuh school and school
bonds will be made. State licenses
will he issued and transferred. The
court' will act on the matter of ap
ppintinga deputy county clerk. No
tary public certificates will be issued
and notaries public will be qualified.
MARRIAGE
Of a Daughter of Jesse Randolph lo
Alabama Man Six Hi.
The pleasing Intelligence has been
received here of the approaching
marriage of Miss I.lllle Townsencl.
daughter ol' Mr. and Mrs. Kobert l
Townsend. of Washington, D. C., to
Mr. .lohn Kannamer. of Alabama.
The happy event will be solemnized j
at the hrlde-to-be's home in Waslt-j
Ington November 4. Miss Townsend
is well known here. She Is n grand
daughter of the Hon. Jesse F. Ran
dolph. of Salem. Mr. (Kannamer Is
a progressive young southerner, hold
ing a responsible appointment with
the postotflce department at Wash
ington. They will reside In the cap
ital city.
WOMAN PROVES ALIBI.
Mrs. Josefa Menandex. of Grassel
11, proved an alibi when tried late
Saturday in Magistrate W. B.
Starcher's court on a charge or con
ducting a "speakeasy" there, for
which she was recently arrested by
county o(Tiers following the arrest
and acquittal of her husband on a
like charge. She was accordingly
discharged.
IS TAKEN" TO PHILIPPI.
Bond not having been furnished as
expected, Butch Clark was taken to
tho Barbour county Jail at phiuppi
Saturday night by J. D. Moore. Lnl
ted States doputy marshal, who ar
rested him earlier in the day on a
federal wlrrant charging violation
of the Internal revenue laws in con
nection with alleged toootlegging.
T.VG DAY IS SUCCESSI'TX.
Tag day was observed Saturday In
Clarksburg in behalf of the Associ
ated Charities' campaign and a grat
ifying sum was raised by the sale ,
of red tags on street comers by
women and girls. People for the
most part contributed cheerfully and
liberally and the movement was de
clared to be a succesB.
CHAltflE IS WITHDRAWN.
Mrs. Londonlal Wilkinson, a col
ored woman of Montlcello avenuo,
was released from the connty Jail Sat
urdya night by Magistrate R. Edward
Kldd. a peace warrant Issued against
her at the instance of Mrs. C. A. Tup
1 ner, also colored, having -beon "with
.drawn. It was charged that she
threatened to kill Katie S. Baasell.
| the complalnant'sdaugbter-tn-law.
HALLOWE'EN PARTV.
I Misses Anne and Margaret Slier
1 entertained at a Hallowe'en party
; Saturday evening In their home on
I Seventh street. A large orowa mi
present and all apent a most enjoya
I ble evening in singing and dancing.
Refreshments were served at a seas
onable honr. The decorations were
appropriate to. Uia ooowlon* . J
HAHMKH
Harvey
Cumber lan
night. lie
making hi
proposed
land. 11
ho left Ju
would be
nchedulil
blm who
land. Ml
?peaker i
thorough!
thlckfnt
brought i
Went VIr
STOCKTON. Calif..
Rossbacb, his wife ano'1
Francisco, sustained Jul
Banta the other night wheil
tomobile collided with a flshl
cart The baby was thrown
the windshield, but escaped with
Injuries.
Both Hossbach and his wife we?
cut and bruised. The Impact of the
collision caused the Rossbacb car to
turn over and roll down a thirty-foot
embankment, where It took fire.
With presence of mind, Mrs. Ross
bach seized a blanket and threw it over
the phild. thereby probably preventing
it from burning to death.
The Injured people were taken to
Tracy.
TRAPS HIS BROTHER BY'
USE OF MARKED BILLS
CHICAGO. Oct 28.?By giving his
brother $50 in marked bills, Anthony
Call!, caused his relative's arrest on a
charge of extorting money by threats.
Joseph ('alii, the arrested man, is said
to belong to a new secret society,
called "The Iron Hand." Anthony re
ceived a letter demanding $1,000 on
a threat of death. His brother said
he could "square it for $50."
COUNTY .TAIL POPULATION.
Forty prisoners are now confined
in the county Jail. Of the mumber
eighteen are eligible to work on the
county roads.
RIVER STAGES 1
tmr a.sociatio .mi.'
WHEEMNQ, Oct. 28?River 2
feet 8 Inches at wharf and dam; fall
ing; dear, J>am down for repairs.
Arrived: Liberty, from Matamoras,
8 p. m. No departures.
C?V ASSOeiATKD ***?*>
PITTSBURG, Oct. *28?JJa*I?
Island Dam, 9.5 feet; falling; clear.
Steubenvllle, "9.6 feet; stationary;
cloudy.
Parkershurg, 10 feet, stationary;
clear.
Morgantovrn, 7.3 fteet; falling;
clear.
Oil Ctty, 9 Inches; stationary:
clear.
W?r?o, 0. toot; flatiemwyi. oieai.
TltlAliS Al.i
Trials of F. D.
bert Booth under charg<
legging. for which county i
cently arrested them, were con.
Saturday evening in Magistrate
lla.m K. Starcher's court until Sat
urday afternoon, November 4.
WeSaveTeeth
Your Money Too
with satisfaction of artistic
dentistry known for its lasting
i
$7.50
$5.00
SET OF TKWTll
Guiiranteed ....
CROWN OR
B^IDGEWORK..
Fillings 60c up
All work gnaraateod. We
guarantee painless extracting
and other work with least <11*
oomfort. .
HILL BROS.
DENTISTS
K. of. P. Hldg., Opp. SherUTN
Reddened, Third Street.
iti
it vital
lip. Severui
If you wish to hare some relative or friend
assist in carrying out the proviiione of your Will,
yon can appoint blm Co-executor of your estate to
act with this company.
We will asrnme all neceesary detail and rou
tine work, acting at all times In thorough accord
and harmony with the Individual appointed. An
arrangement of this kind guarantees a moot effi
cient settlement of your estate. We. cordlallyta
vlte you to talk ever this Important matter -with
our officers.
Qarksbur^Tr us t Com]
Cor, Pike Clarksbi
si'dsts.^aSSma^ w.Va.
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