I Duty to Warn
that most of the imported
toys will no doubt be sold
before the final rush.
No toys have been imported
this year and while we i
have as many as usual especially
so in dolls, we
know we will be literally
swamped with customers
as soon as the public is
aware of this?
Most stores have none
at all and those who have
are asking exhorbitant :
prices, while our stocks
last prices will remain as j
moderate as ever. But
we urge early choosing
by those who DON'T want !
to DISAPPOINT the
> TOYS?THIRD FLOOR
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL !
Claude E. Goodwin, Pastor.
Services tomorrow as follows: Sun
J?y school at S>:UO. Classes for all J
ages. "White Gifts for the King" will I
5>s emphasized. A young lady will tell I
, , the story of the "Other Wise Man." ;
jjjt ^This story has about it a groat charm. |
Hear it again. Fublic'vorship and ser- j
nion at 10:45. Subject of sermon, j
"Normal Religion." Kpworth League ]
ievotional meeting :il (5:110. This will i
ho Kpworth Herald evening with the i
League. Miss Edna Warder will be
h the leader. Plan In he present. Pub-1
' He worship and sermon at 7:30. The j
llev. O. Dale King. D. II.. our district I
luperiutendeut. will preach the serV
non. This is his first visit tor the j
jew conference year.
i Services in the Y. M. A.
H. G. Stoetzer, Minister.
You are cordially Invited to worship
with us tomorrow in the following services:
Bible school. 9:30 a. m.
Classes for all ages. Morning service.
10:45 o'clock. Sermon l>> the pas-:
i ; tor on "The Origin, Development and I
r.. the Characteristics of the Pharisees." I
The Christian Enedavor Society will |
meet at 6:30 p. m. Topic. "Defy Evil,' j
I. Kings 21:15-20. Evening service at j
5 7:80. After a service of song the pas- j
tor will speak on this text: "lie Shall
Be Oreal In the Sight of the Lord." i
Midweek service Wednesday. 7:30
V ) m.
HIGHLAND AVE. M. E. CHURCH.
T. G. Meredith, Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30 a nt C. O.!
Parker, superintendent. Kpworth
League at 7:00 p. m. Preaching at
7:80 p. m. subject of sermon, "The.
Bplendid Experience of Which Christ;
> Leads His Followers." Prayer and 1
teachers' meeting Wednesday nt 7:30 ;
p. m. Preaching at Hoult Sunday at '
10:80 a. m. Trenching at Pitcher at |
3:00 p. nt.
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Clarence D. Mitchell, D. ., Minister.
Sunday school at 9:3u a. in. We will
be looking for you next Sunday. Bring j
; 60me one with you. Morning worship j
and preaching at 10:45. sermon theme '
"The Women of the Church at the
World's Task." Every woman of the j
E congregation Is re<|uested to he pros- j
ant and join in this service. Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m., leader, Mr.'
H. T. D&ugherty. The evening service i
at 7:30 will be conducted by the Chris-i
Uan Woman's Board of Missions. The
service will be in the form of a conference
dfebate. See tho program in another
part of this paper. The public
will recelev a most hearty welcome to J
ail the services of the day.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., Mr.
Ralph Snyder, superintendent. Preaching
at 7:30 p. m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
4? W. J. Eddy, Pastor.
Will not every one get in line for
the services of the day? Tho Sunday
school at 9:30. A large attendance
Is sollcitsd. 10:45, morning service, |
era Church." Junior congregation
aermon, "The Armor of Light" 2:00,
Sunday school, Virginia avenue. 2:00,
Sunday school, Hlvesvllle, Mr. Lough
and Mr. Henderson will give a lift
0:20, Eenlor B. Y. P. U? Leona Goodcnough,
leader. 7:20, evening service,
subject, "What Jensus Has to Say
About Responsibility." Good music
will bo furnished by the choir. The
public Is Invited.
WILLIAMS' MEMORIAL M. E.
Corner Fairmont Ave, and Second St.
R. T. Webb, Pastor.
Sunday will doubtless record a
greatly Increased attendance at the
Sunday school. Everybody will desire
to be present, and watch the contest
as it grows In enthusiasm and momentum.
Already the church Is beginning
to lay plans for the approach
ing revival season. Rev. Frank Jackson,
the pastor evangelist, will conduct
the campaign. The date Is the
7th of January. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m? conducted by H. T. Jones,
superintendent. Preaching at 10:45
and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. Themes,
"Divine Appreciation and the True
Disciple's Response," and "Universal
Bible Sunday." Epworth League
at 6:30 p. m., led by S. E. Janes.
Prayer service Wednesday at 7:30
p. m. You are most cordially invited
to these services. A warm welcome
tor the traveling man and the stranger
in our midst.
M. P. CHURCH.
B. M. Mitchell, Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30, J. A. Swiger,
superintendent. The teachers are doing
good work and we are expecting
the school to grow. Preaching lo:43,
"The Father's Commendation.' Christian
Endeavor. 0:30. Preaching. 7:30.
"The Holy Communion." All the members
of the church are requested to be
at home from 3 p. in. to 1 p. m. to receive
the men who will make the "Every
Member Canvass." We think that
every department of the church Is
growing in a constructive way that wiii
mean much to the future of the church.
You are ittv ited to help in this forward
DIAMOND ST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL
W. D. Reed, Pastor.
9:30 a. til., Bible school. The school
Is showing a steady increase for which
we are thankful. Now just a little
more push, and a push all together and
the desired 500 will be realized. 10:30
a. m.. sermon, "The People of Great
Price." 6:30 p. m., Epworth League.
Mr. J. L. Leech, leader. This department
of church life is growing: 60
present Is inspiring, but why not 100?
7:30 p. m.. sermon, "The Last Great
Prayer Meeting." If you are a mem
ner, we expect you. Jt you are a
friend, we invite you. If you are a
stranger, we welcome you. To ail. a
friendly, home like, and hearty welcome.
PALATINE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Home-Like Church.
J. W. Brown, Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30. l'rof. W. A.
Hustead, superintendent. Morning
service, 10:45, sermon by pastor.
Junior B. V. P. I.", at 2:50. Senior 11.
Y. I'. I". at 6:30. Evening service at
7:30. Sermon. "Unwakened 1'ower."
A hearty welcome for all.
TRINITY M. E. CHURCH.
Mapson P. Hayling. Pastor.
Sunday services: 10:30. Junior
League. 11 a. m.. divine worship with
preaching subject. "The Christian's
Triumph." 5:00 p. in., Sunday school.
There is plenty of room for improvement
in the attendance of this department
The parents are requested to
see that the children put in a better
attendance. 7:00 p. m. Epworth
i.eague; the attendance in this department
is improving. We hope it
will continue. 8:00 p. in., the services
of this hour will take the form of a
parting nddt ess by the pastor who was
tinabel to leave for ills home on the
8th. due to the crowded condition of
the boat. He hopes, however, to leave
on the 20th. Will he leaving the city
on tlie 16th. The community is heartily
Invited to the services on Sunday.
Ffiadefrom Cream of Tartar
HO ALUM-N0 PHOSPHATE
Good Job Printers Outfit
Large press, form tabje, paper
cutter, stapler, rule cutter,
large type cases full of typo
anil all other stuff usually needed
by job printer.
Must be sold ai once, at a sacrifice
in price, for rash. rtpply
for information at 832 Maple
Ave., Fairmont, \V. Va.
Bell Phone No. 800 M.
PERFECT BABY IS DAUG]
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NEW YOUK. Dec. a.- Dlitle Ade- j
laido Atherton's papa is a "living;
Hut she should worry! I ,
Judgos at the biggest baby show! j
Held in New York tins year decided j
she was the most perfect baby of
them all! ,
Adelaide father's fame as the "dude skeleton"
of ilarnum & Bailey's circus
didn't make the slightest differ- '
ettee to Adelaide when that pretty hit t
of femininity decided to "grow up beau- t
CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH I
Rev. Charles Eaird Mitchell, B.D., |
9:30 a. m.. Sunday shcool. 10:45 <
| a. tn.. Morning prayer aud sermon. A|
I hearty welcome to all i t
g-\ -j most people, ant
?ther, in the ordi
? is spread throu
Catarrh manycvils- Bufc
& It is of great value when use
0 ally checking it and overcoming itin a
H Ample evidence has proved that it
9 coming chronic catarrh,dispelling the i
S the diseased membranes to perform tli
B up the entire system.
The experience of thousands is a s:
pected to do for you.
Liquid or tablets?both tested by
| THE PERUNA COMPANY,
Back of the transm
diaphragm of your Bell
phone there is a tiny b
drum partly filled with cai
crushed to about the siz
granulated sugar. Here
little drum is shown, with
bar that holds it.
The function of the gri
lar carbon is to take ti
diaphragm and send then
varying impulses. If the I
hand and tipped downwari
will sound "far off" becaitf
away from the diaphragi
your lips and you talk up
"pack" against the diaphn
i sound "muddy" and "thicl
The Bell transmitter
effective use, local and loi
the telephone stand is rest
face. You can help to saf
of your service by holding
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lippjNT, SATURDAY E
F "LIVING SKELETON!"
Just to get an early 3iart, Miss Adoaide
entered a baby chow in Chicago
when she was six months of age and
nrried away the blue ribbon as the
est in aut of her age.
Her brother. Harold, a year her Junnr.
also declined to bo handicapped
iiy i'apa Atherton's meager dimension.
lie carried off the honors in a
iaby show when he was six months of
ige and again when he reached the
entlor age of IS months.
The mother of Adelaide and Harild
is a woman in her twenties, well
leveloped and healthy. She weighs
Artie Athcrton. the "spieler" for anyone
of the numerous circuses with
ivliich he traveled, will toil you "he
s the thinnest man In the world, age
!7. weight 28 pounds, 10 inches around
he waist, ?,% around the biceps. lia
s so thin he loolts like a knife blade
when standing sideways."
At birth Artie weighed two pounds.
Ho was practically an invalid until 7
years of ago. Although exceedingly
'rail, he says lib was never sick a day
in his life.
Alkertou is pround of his prlze-wlnting
Adelaide Atherton, perfect baby,
who is the daughter of the "living
skeleton" and a reproduction of one of
the "skeleton's" circus advertisenents.
M. P. TEMPLE
J. C. Broomfteld, D.D.. Pastor
To the following services you are
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. I.ct us
smoother otir purpose to excel in at,
closely allied, that afflict ?
i which follow one on the g
er named, until the last one 0
eh the system, leadinp: to n
their course can be cheeked. Pj
d promptly for a cold, usu- 8
; is even of more value in over- ?
nflatnmatory conditions, enabling 1
eir natural functions, and toning \
ife guide to what it may be ex- ti
the public and approved.
rhon (,: )
l> of \\p J
vibrations from the
i out over the wires in
:elephone is held in your
3 as you talk, your voice
ic the little granules fall
n. If it is held above
to it, the little granules
\gm and your voice will
c" to the listener.
is designed for most
ig distance alike, when
ing on a flat, level sureguard
the high quality
: your telephone in that
IN<?. Local Manager,,
IONT. W. VA.
mail ? c~^ t\
VENING, DECEMBER 9,191
tendance In every department of our
church during December.
Preaching service at 10:45. Subject
of sermon. "An Interpretation of the <
Life of Moses." This will be the' 5
third sermon in our series on "The *
i Great Men of the Bible."
Christian Endeavor at 6:80, led by J
1 Edgar Barrett.
Evening worship at 7:30 with ser
1 mon on "The Twilight Zone in Mor- J
als." or "Conclusions I Have Reached I
I During the Past Week. ' J
Good music, free seats and a we!- J
come. ' J
GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH J
Gaston Ave. and 3rd St.
Rev. H. A. Kunkle, M.A., Pastor ?
S S. at 9:30 a. m. Regular service \
at 10:45 a. m. Theme: "Redemption" I
based on the second article of the I p
creed. The second of the series. I
Jr. C. E. at 2:15 p. ni. Catechetical i j
class at 3 p. m.
Sr. t'. E. at 6:30 p m. Evening ser- J
vice at 7:30 p. m. Theme: "An Ad- ?
Mission study Monday, 7:30 p. m.
S. S. Association Tuesday, 7:50 p. m. J
Wednesday evening Bible Hour, 7:45 ?
i p. m. !
| Catechetical class Friday, 7 p. m.
The public cordially invited. The }
| Ladies' Aid will conduct a bazaar Tiles- J
day and Wednesday. December 12 and !
|u- ? !
Measles In Town
Edmund und Lynchford Snoderlv. I
young sons of Mrs. Elizabeth snoder- j
ly. are suffering from a slight attack
of measles. i (
Prominent Contractor Here
; M. H. Shuniway. of Portsmouth, O.. j ',
was a visitor here on Wednesday. lie ,
j is president or the firm of Curtis and ; Shumway,
Inc.. who built the Anna- ,
| belle branch railroad a few years ago. |,
Supper and Social
The pupils of the public schools here
have arranged for a supper and social 11
Saturday evening. December !). The I
supper will bo served at J. W. Ged-!
des' restaurant. I
Attended Twilight Sleep
A large number of ladies from this
placo attended the Twilight Sleep per-1
formancc at the Grand opera house on I
Wednesday afternoon. !
P. E. lllll, of Clarksburg, was a business
visitor here Wednesday.
Attorney James B. Fowler, of Bitty
I "u.i nut uu icf,ai uuaiucos ?y pinesday.
T. 11. Shaver, or Barrackville. was
calling 011 I'rlends here recently.
Mrs Jacob Miller, of Haywood, was i
rnlllng on friends here Wednesday, j
She went from here to Fairmont for
a visit with relatives.
J. W. C.eddes was a business visitor j
in Fairmont Tuesday.
A. L. llason will remove hack to j
Worthington the first of next week,
lie has just completed a new residence
on Main street.
Constable W. 10. Rasnett was at
Annabolle Thursday on official bus!
Coal Operators Want Cars.
j CHARLESTON". W. Va. Dec. 9?
j An important meeting of the executive
committee of the Kanawha Coal
i Operators' AsAoviation was held in
: Bell-ans |
Absolutely Removes J
i Indigestion. Onopaclfage j
j proves it. 25cat all druggists. 'I
j | Plates ^
Crown and Bridgewi
cleaned 75c. Tee
estimates free. The
i the u
Office on Main St., I
~ ERIE, PA- W
ST The Popular Specialty Store ft
Store Hours hQ ?^
8 a. m. to .
^ 8:30 p. m.
I Visit Our
6 Our suecialtv is AR1
ft. Some quaint, some comii
^ RLE. These DOLLS pr<
?? DREN and ELDERS ali
Dutch Boys and Girls,
8 or Boys and Girls, in fa
S ALL DOLLS OF ALL 1
Also the N
^ Bring the Children?
Charleston yesterday. Conditions
trowing out of the unsatisfactory car
supply wore discussed. and other maters
of a private! nature of interest
>n!y to (he operators \vere taken up.
Hie report is current in Charleston
hat Eastern railroads are being askid
hv operators generally to bring acion
in the I'nited States courts askng
for mandamus to compel the Wcsern
railroads to expedite the movenent
of coal cars to the roads owning
hem. It is said the proposition is up
?r . . , , .
Largest line of toys of j
wagons, American Flyer'
Our prices are low. You
ork $5.00. Fillings f
th extracted 25c.
prices j'ou see are t
Dver 5 & 10c Store,
BELL PHONE 921 J.
MAT USUALLY UE.U.-? fiT
FAST MAW? ifiP
;r Women'l and Ml??e?" Apparal
j Tills store in Hoi- ^
^JW-Cj\5 Way Attire, ready W
"jO* to assist and jll
servo you. Sg
Ooli torn j
1 CHARACTER DOLLS. ^
: and ALL UK BREAK A- ^
n-e AMUSING TO CHIL- m
Cowboys and Girls, Sail- ^
,ct, character DOLLS OF ^
AMERICA | ,
Prices 50c up to $2.00 M |
proved by beads of several ensterr i
Kineoart Named Penitentiary Doctor.
CLAHKSBrilO. rier. !l?Announce
tuent was made today that Dr. J. II
liinehart of Shinuston has been an
pointed physician of tlto stato peni
tentiary at Motmdsvllle. Dr. nine
hart was one of Harrison county's
two representatives la the llouso ol (
, Delegates at the Vast session ot tlis
US IS HERE
Toy Store !
ill kinds. Velocipedes, sleds,
Trains, etc. Electrical toys. ,
save money here. ?1
Toy Store j
_ ... )
iOc and Up. Teeth j
Examinations and J
he prices you pay. \
Opp. Court House.
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