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PACES
1 FOQli
HIGH SCHOOL WINS i
AT SISTERSVILLE
Hut Fairmont Normal Reserves
Lost at Fairview
Saturday Night.
Fairmont nigh was victorious lu a,
bard, -well played game with Slaters-.
; ville High .Saturday night on the SIstersville
floor. Fairmont put up lue
fastest, snappiest and cleacnst hrund
of basketbull seen there this season.
,?a me score was ii 10 it out Hie game
; was much more Interesting than the
score would indicate. The shooting
and passing of Knight anil Hawkins I
for the Fairmont team was tlm sensation
of the evening. Conawny and I
.Smith won honors for Sistersville. Tho
lineup: J
; Fairmont, 27. Sistersville, 14.1
Knjgbt F Tchoeyen |
Ilinns F Bowman
Hawkins C Smith
Meredith ...G . Conawnv i
lim fi Sutton
Substitutions ? Fairmont: Wilson
iot Binns. Field baskets?Fairmont: i
Knight, 6; Binns, 1; Hawkins, 3: Hill, I
1. Sistersville: Bowman, 3; Smith,
1; Conaway. 1. Foul baskets?Fair-,
moat: Knight, 1 out of 17; Hawkiti.s
none out of 2: Sistersville: Bowman,
4 out of 14. Reforuo, Hodges. Time
of periods, 20 minutes.
Fairmont Normal nosorves were j
defeated by Fairvlew High school Sat-,
ttrday night, at Fairvlew, by the score |
of 44 to 20. Tho score at tho end of I
the.first half wns 10 to 9. The line
up:
Falrvlew, 14. Normal, 20.
f* GUHland K Hamilton
3r<JoVovcr F- Baughman
. Shuman C Binns
. Hddy (.1 '.... Conaway
Weaver G Gregg I
Field goals?Falrvlew: Brookovcr. ]
Rtl 10; GWIlnnd. 4: Shuman. 5; Weaver, j
2; Waters. 1. Normal: Hamilton. 4: :
<v:;BInns, 3; Tennunt. 2. Fouls: Weaver,
noue out jf 4; Hamilton, 2 out of 10.
I Scorer, Tennant; timer, t'henowcth;
referee, Goose Ward.
Junior Classes Are
I Resumed at Y M C A
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ji Permission has been granted by the
Health department for the Junior
; "gym" classes at'the V. M. C. A. to I
pH nieet. and the regular schedule will be
; carried out this week. The Business
Men's special meets at 5:15 on .Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, and the
Senior clasB on the same evenings at
I- 1:30.
PThe basketball schedule has been I
disturbed by the paralysis scare and
the schedule for the future is rather
indefinite. However, the management
; still line hopes of bringing some fast
; teams here.
The "Hundred Million Dollars club"
which staged the Welsh-White bout in
f Colorado Springs has $87 in the trcasi.
ury. And nobody ever accused Fred
Welsh of, having that much money.
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RETIRfeMENTToF^^
BY PAUL PURMAN.
Tlio harness racing world has been
staggered by tlio announcement that
C. K. 0. Hillings will db.pose of his
groat breeding farm in Virginia, practically
all of his string of \rent trotters
and paters and retire from racing
and breeding.
The retirement of Billings Is certain
lu I;< n serious uiuw Lit I ut; pastime
ho lias been Interested In for more
than 20 years aa an amateur reinsman,
lireeilor and exhibitor.
Ills stiables Inrludo the greatest trot
ters of a generation, including Lou
Ulllon, 1.58 1-2. world'B fastest trotting
mure and the first trottcr to step
a mile under two minutes; I'hlan. 1JH
^\~jjBjjjxa
"SflWBiwt r "VT
1-2, the lajii'-it oa.nes, (lut^e, Llie
Harvester, 2.01. former champion trotting
stallion; William, 1.58 1-2 champion
trotting pacer and more than 100
other trotters and pacers of rare
breeding and speed.
Billings lias anounced'his intention,
of keeping Lou Dillon and Uhiun when;
he sells his $1,000,000 breeding farm
at Curls Nock, Vu., but the rest of
the string will go on the block c.omc'
time in March.
Billings became c- figure in the trotting
world as a matinee driver in the
Into nineties. Mo lias never meed:
Lorsos pjjqtosstcually.
in 1901 ho ruilt the Meti'.jhK Ttntt..
I| SPORT NOTES ||
?Hi
"Speedo" Barker ran away with the
championship of the upper Monongahela
Valley Saturday night when lie
defeated three competitors In a one-1
mile championship roller skating j
race. The race was attended hy one 1
of the largest audiences that 1ms been ;
: in the skating rink tills season.
I The East Side basketball team, under
the coaching of Ttalph Courtney, is (
busy getting in shape for the game with
the Eighth ward boys Wednesday
| night, Attendance has been excep
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sral other
iste good t
?You can't get the fullest
jyment from smoking un3
your cigarette is also
MFORTABLE.
liat is probably the main
son why so many men are
;cting Fatimas for their
idy smoke. Because Fatimas
found to be truly comfort5?not
only to your throat
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LINGS IS BLOW TO HARN
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rating plant. I'oi ir'l a isoing asm :
nation which operate 1 : 'n cossfelly an- ' (
Id "illU'i ?.>i< 11 Me jiiilili.'tirTT-' !uwi (
kill**'1 I iie in tile Male.
Severn'. v -inn ago he pmvhn tilt t
Curls Nut 1; ''am; anil gave ilio racing t
game H'ldeil impetus iv founding a i
great stud avntletl by the Harvester
Experts on racing st n*k. headed . i
Ktl Tipton, seottrctl the country tor i
hrnoil mares of speed and breeding ' i
(.tonally goad at all the games so far 11
played on the East Side floor and It |
its expected that for the game this 11
coming Wednesday there will be a
g-catcr than usual Interest expressed. I
llald Eagle Blick hates like the dick- j,
ens to referee a basketball game oa j i
East Side. Last Wednesday evening j 1
lie refereed the game between the !
Business Men's five from the Y. M.: '
C. A. and the East Side club five.) '
Every time he would get near the side 1
liens, sometimes just as he was ready
to toss up the ball, lie would fool -a earosslng
hard rubbing the balil spot on j
the hack of his head.
"Unless my infirmities are respect-J:
cil." said he while being Interviewed j1
cigarettes i
oo; but?
and tongue, but AFTER 6mo
ing, also. Even if you Lapp
to smoke more than usu;
Fatimas never remind you
it. Their delicately balanc
Turkish blend of tested-pu
tobaccos takes care of that.
Your first package will she
you how comfortable a sensil
cigarette can be.
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ESS RACING WORLD! |
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(BILLINGS UP)
('. K. G. HILLINGS RIDING VHLAN
.VORLD CHAMIMON TROTTING ,
;ELDING. AND LOT DILLON. FAST- .
;ST TROTTING MARE. THE ONLY
IORSES BILLINGS WILL RETAIN.
ni'l Hillings had soon built ii|> the most '
dahorate .brooding farm the world has
jver seen.
The retirement of Killings marks
lie passing from the light harness
racing of two of its greatest figures
.n loss than a year, the other. Henry
tV. Savage, having died last summer,
t Is said, of grief at the death of tlio
great pacer. Dun Patch, which he
iwncd.
a his bed this morning at ten o'clock,
'I will re'ire from public life and beomc
a street car conductor."
f . ...
It is suspected that there will be
iome opposition on the part of tho stulent
body of the Normal school to payng
for an athletic ticket along with
heir tuition today. Still they shouldn't
income disheurteped for Frank Payne
: already working like the Old Boy
Itimself getting a real track team '
rounded up.
"Goat" llidgoly, emulating the furious
Fiimegan. is hack in Normal
cliool, having enrolled this morning.
He Is planning to conic out for basket
Kill.
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jlassworkers Bowl
On Temple Alleys!
^ Saturday afternoon Morgnntown and :
Fairmont clan* workers olavcd the
Ilrst three panics of is six-gome match '
it the Temple alloys. Uraonon got
'igh total. The local team won by
11$ points.
Morgnntown.
tuyi-Fka 109 $S 94? 301'
loko S7 S3 76 - 237
teeklow 108 131 84? 323
Totals 293 312 251? SOI ;
Fairmont.
L. Brown 107 140 73? 320 1
Brandon 109 114 119? 342
'ord 113 119 S3?317
Totals 429 373 277? 979
The present standing or the clubs In i
lie Tempi,5 league Is as follows:
W. b. Pet.J
Jwcns 31 S .793
Monongah (Unas 50 9 .769
Temple^ 23 16 .590j
Cyclones 21 18 .538'
K. off 17 22 .436
I lack lips 13 24 .385
Barbers 13 26 .333
Pickups 0 33 .151
Maybe the reason A1 Deniaree Isn't
worrying about the baseball htrlkc Is
because he is a cartoonist. He can always
draw a salary.
Brown should have n good track
cam. <Headline.) We should have
i million dollars but we haven't.
1_J
WHAT IS AUTO- !
INTOXICATION ?
The best ami clearest definition Is
''Self-Intoxication, or poisoning by
:ompounds produced Internally by oneself."
Physicians agree that the vast majority
of all illness is due to this cause,
brought on by accumulated waste lu
the Lower Intestine.
The one sure, natural and safe way
to keep the Intestine clean and free
front this waste is by an oecnsionul Internal
Uatli with simple warm water,
given by the "J. B. L. Cascade."
You will be astonished at your feelings
the morning after taking an Internal
Bath 'by moans of the "J. B. L. Cascade."
You will feel bright, brisk, confident.
and as though everything is
"working right"?and it is.
Half a million Americans are now
using this method, with resulting better
health and greater vigor. This
method will be explained to you by the
South Side Pharmacy who will also
give you a most interesting book free
on the subject by an cmlnont specialist.
Ask or send for this booklet.
caucci, way .wan or rouny is unly 50
Per Cent. Efficient," vliile It is on
your mind.
"UNITE
SALE ENDS
Act before it is toe
pair of $5 trouse
uveicucu at
ESTABLISHt
MADE TO ORD
CC
We find now at th
ends of goods on h
ization of union tai
degree of efficiency
special offer.
This offer positive!
January 30th.
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OTHER SI
How They Stand in p
Monongah League
The standing or the clubs In the
Monougan Glass league Is given below
: j
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Footers 9 0 1.000
Dingbats 10 2 .s:;:t It
Kasy Marks 7 2 .778
No Hopes 4 S .SS.1 A
liirds 0 9 .000 j
Wind Jammers 0 9 .000,
Hislt Individual average of league, n
Sox. 151: high team score, three
games. .Easy Marks. 1.206: high team \\
score, otto game. Easy Murks. 441:
high individual score, th -ce games, i
Sox. 529: high Individual sccre. one
t^tiiUCi WUAI . Ci?i |f
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.. Tn;? week's Schedule. p
Monong.th Glass league ? Monday,! o'
Kasy Marks vs. Birds; Wednesday,!
Dingbats vs. Footers; Krlduj. No1
Hopes vs. Wind Jammers. 1 ei
Toraplo league ? Monday. Barbers it
vs. K. of C.; Tuesday, Owens vs. Pick-, a
1 FOR I
THE FOLL
Shaftings, Pulley
Can Be Had at a F
1 12 ft. length 1 11-16 inch steel sh
1 20 ft. length 2 Inch steel shafting
1 24 inc h street tepilt pully ">H Incl
8 IS inch cast Iron adjustable ltaugi
1- 5V4 ft. length steel shaft 1 15-16 I:
2 16 Inch east iron adjustable hang
111 inch split steel pulley 4 Vz Inch
1 15 Inch hanger for 2 Inch shaft.
1 S Inch solid cast lion pulley 7 Incl
1 11 inch solid steel pulley. 2V4 Incfc
1 Pulley snnte us above loose.
1 10 inch cast Iron solid pulley 6!<
2 14 Inch east Iron hangers fur 1%
1 11 inch steel split pulley 674 inch
ing.
1 12 Inch steel split pulley 674 inch
1 20 inch cast iron spill pulley, 10 i
1 15 inch split pulley, 8 inch Cace, i
| 1 12 inch solid steel pulley, 5 Inch
1 18 Inch cast Iron pulley, 4 inch f
' 1 IS Inch csollcl steel pulley. 4 Inch
i 2 10 inch solid east Iron pulleys, 2
1 10 Inch solid cast Iron pulley, lit
i 1 14 Inch steel split pulley, 5ti incl
1 S inch solid cast iron pulley, 3",4
Fairmont Printing ai
Monroe Street
Fairmont
D" FREE TRO
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late upon this opporti
rs absolutely FREE v
ill
e end of the season w<
1 1 . i _ i _ _ i
lanu, aiiu, in oraer 10 b
ilors intact and keyed 1
; during the dull seasoi
y ends at the close of b
id Woolen
A HRP.QTH PffciH^n
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PORTS |||
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is; Thursday, Temple vs. Backups; "1
ridny. Cyclones vs. Monongah Glass. *1
J
BJiMoiisE
whs a Unlit weight champion
Ami Its name was Battling Brown
ml Its manager was the windiest
lu all the country round.
ut it never (ought a battle
Nor ever staged a mill
'Ithout it had ten pounds In weight
And the long end of the bill. :; ??
Freddie Welsh has been called beire
the Wisconsin boxing commission. I
ecauee It Is n boxing commission It
robablv won't hare any authority : j
i-cr Welsh.
Now thai Grayson lias been appoint- ^
1 a rear admiral because of his golfig.
Chic Evans ought to be good (or
job on the supremo bench.
SALE
.OWING
s, Hangers Etc.
Reasonable Price
inftiug.
1 face, 2 inch bore
sirs. 2 inch bushings,
n ilium.
crs for 2 Inch shaft,
iacc. 1 15-1G boro.
i faco 1 n-lfi inch boro. -J
i iaco, 1 7-10 inch bore jfl
inch face, l'/j inch bore
Inch shaft.
face, 2Vi inch boro bushing mis*- IV
face 1 15-Hi inch liore. 'il
ncli face. 1 15-1 Ij inch bore
no buahlng. gw fl
face, 1 15-10 Inch bore j!
ace. 1 3-8 inch bore. *3jj
face. 1 16-16 inch bore
5-8 inch face, 1 1-8 inch bore
1 inch face, 1 1-8 inch bore
i face, no buBhing.
Inch face, 1 1-8 inch bor*.
id Publishing Co.
Bell 1105 1108
Consolidated 250
USERS
Ml OATU
Hll. OUIII
" aT- - 5h3
unity to obtain a
yith every suit or
i
DM 1
MADE TO FIT
$15
i have a lot of
;eep our organjp
to the highest
i, we make this
usiness, Tuesday,
Mills Co.
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