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SNAPPY BOWLING I ON TEMPLE ALLEYS Lutherans Take Two Games] From Baptists at Y. i M. C. A. The Owons team won three straight games from the Pickups last night 011; the Temple alleys. Johnson rolled ' !?f I. if It total and high score. Owens. Arnett ...........131", 21S 152?416 Johnson 152 170 153? 475 Mills 137 130 131? 4UI Totals 425 434 430?1295 R. Rosettmerkle.. .128 12C 123? 377 Scb'ulick 115 115 133? 363 Docker 146 121 113? 399 I Totals 389 302 309? 113U The Footers lost two games to lue Dingbats at the Temple alleys last niglit in, a Monongah Glass league match. Decker had high total and high score. j Footers. J Brown 87 96 113? 290 l.yong' 129 93 137 - 359 !?. - Decker 104 101 152 ? 417 Totals 380 290 102 1072 Hra I Dingbats. Beutel 120 123 110? 353 Dunlap 141 117 83? 3411 Murray 132 128 115? 373 Totals ....393 368 SOS?1069 In the Pastime league the Duplex team won two games from the Infants.1 Mills j^ad high score and average. Tonight the "Blossoms" will roll the "Colts." Duplex. , . C. Hawkins 115 112 118?345 * C. Mills 144 122 173? 43D ft. Hayes 135 117 16G? 408: i Totals 394 351 447?11S2 Infants. r ; ,J. Hawkins 105 127 105? 337. I Fluharty 87 153 113? 353 Watt 120 129 147? 390; Totals 312 409 365?10S6 j The Lutherans won two games from the Baptists at the "Y" alleys lust night. Ashcraft, of the Baptists, had high Individual total ot 397. S. Mills had high single score of 109. First Baptist. C. Mills 83 120 137? 340 C. Amos 87 05 83? 235 T. Ashcraft 117 130 144? 397 S. Mills 109 117 102? 3SS V M. Mills 83 111 130 ?330 Totals 689 549 602?1690 i.v.V\. Lutheran. Gardner 148 132 95? 375 Gantz 102 165 102? 369 : Stanhageu 135 124 104 - 362 IHosenmerkle 119 142 130? 391 Totals 647 62S 524-1728 The Methodists won two games from he Palatine Baptists at the "Y." Stcvsns led with an Individual score of 145. Palatine Baptist. Prim 88 118 134? 310 vothony 117 97 114? 32S 'mlth 124 109 101? 334 'oe 137 83 102? 324 Idams 81 81 109? 271 Totals 647 490 660-1697 M. E. South. Instead 99 93 111? 303 itevens 81 129 145? 364 ! Single 80 118 131? 329 1 Oootbmnn 76 82 75 ? 233 j |?'t. , Totals 417 512 503?1492 i Wesleyan to Play M0 ATiMivMnl C! n 4-n nrl n tr i* urrntii wnuuiuaj i Wesleyan college vs. Fairmont Nor-! mal Is the game Fairmont fans arc waiting for this week. The game, j scheduled fdr Saturday night on the Normal gym, will mark the second appearance In the city of the smooth-! working Wesleyan machine. Three new Normal pluycrs are ex-' pcctcd to be in uniform Tor the game i Saturday. "Goat" ltiUgely. "Nlg"| Reed and Don Arnett arc expected to : ho in the Normal lineup, und should i do wonders in improving their clmnccs for a close score. .. Next Thursday the Salem college Ave will be met on the Normal lloor. the rouowing nigiit w. & .1. win uo| met here. Oakland Collegians Play Here Tomorrow The Oakland Collegians. 011c of the strongest basketball teams in Mary- j land, trill meet the Fairmont Y. M. C.' XI Thursday night on the local floor. Oast night the locals went through a . hard practice getting in shape for the game, the first they have played for two weeks. Watkins will not be able to get into the game because of broken ribs ref celvcd In the Cuir>ierland game. Hawsins will likely play Ills position with "Qoose" Ward as his colleague. Moore center, and SfcClure and Aniett or Bfteed and Arnett, forwards, will be i Swtbe rest of the local's lineun. CAN'T COLLECT TAX. CHARLESTON, W. Va.. Jan. 31.? Ms The Supreme Court of Appeals 01 West Virginia upheld the contention U ot Wlnkleman & Co., brokers, o? Park' erebnrg. against F. 0. Blue, state tax I commissioner. The company resisted Bwa tax of $600 imposed by the commis>Ksfon for permission to do business in ?j|fftbe state, making the claim that it a V tax were chargeable, it should be only S&$60 a year. 'Tbe position ot the comSfraissloner was based on clause F, secf.' tlon 32 of the code, and that ot tho hfofcer i] clause K ot that section. n^p _: . i, KID HERMAN, CLAIMAN & m - ''y j|| VUbK. VHK^^B^KE&s$$ K "Rib Herman BY PAUL PURMAN. The dcfeut of Kid Williams by Pete Herman may rleur up tlic bautam sit-: nation which lias been in a muddle since Johnny Krtle won on a foul front Wllllnras In 1915. llernian Is willing to clear up the, muddle by meeting Krtle In a t!0 round decision bout at any time a promoter1 can bo found to stage the match. ; Whether Krtle will sign or not Is the only (luesttun now. Krtlc following' < the example of all champions, lias care 1 fully nursetl Ills cloudeil title, lighting nothing but 10 round no decision bouts' and carefully avoiding any boys who looked real tough to him. \ Xo real effort was ever made to : 3k)rt-l5ffl5 |: ai Gratis |; Winners of the Clarksburg Church | league basketball players, will meet | the Business Men's five at the Y. M.! C. A. tonight, the game being the first I 111., Wala !.?..? "1 ' ...1,1. ..- ' ? * - V..W >U< UI.1 uuic pia? U'U Willi <111 UllL U1 town team. The Clarksburg team is known to be a fast, bard playing bunch ol pew pounders and the Business Men are expecting to have to make the light of their lives to win. "Everybody loves a babv thut's' why ; I'm in love with you. Pretty baby! Pretty Baby! trn la la. tra la la." J. W. Kight has purchased a new record tor! the Victrola in the "Y" lobby and as : usual it started Ed. Worthlngton to i singing. Floating from the locker | room, emanating from the office, drifting in from the pool; filtering from the I fourth floor, nowhere, could you es-1 capo It: "Pretty baby! Pretty baby!" The High school has changed the I date of its game with Uuckhaunon1 High front Friday nlgbi to Saturday! night. A hard practice was run ! through with last night to get the I boys in shape. The meeting of the ; eld rivals is expected to pull out a rousing big audience, The Kiglnli ward Independents moot | tile East Side club tonight on the lattor's floor. Both teams are made up ! or real basketball players and the game | should be a close and interesting one. , Two boxers were fined $100 each j by the Minnesota boxing commission. j bike to seo some one try to lino n eou-' pie of rasslers. Jimmin Johnson is now claiming the lightweight championship for Joe i Welling. If the Matteawan guards over see Jimmle it will be all off. Fred Clarke bus asked waivers on IIS cows on bis Kansas ranch. Les Uurcy says he will box for $30.U00. Some of "cm gel. that way after 0 sceslelAcrri comsipcr -This CLEVeRHANP PRAWEP ClCTuRe OF POMtSTiC TRAIKJUILUTV- the HUSBAND COMFORTABt-Y se?reo befoRe his vJflrflNG> TaBlE ,vIRilE HIS LOV1N6 FRAU u&hts up his havanakino of cozv, en bachelors ? what!' i ; . . ^ l. ' y '* ' ' T OF BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE, SAYS H xi^, shd Vj > m$y " ' ?? &?.,'< match Ertie and Williams after thei 1D15 bout and each claimed the title, j both receiving a certain amount of; support In their claims. ! Hut now comes Herman with an nn-i nouncemenl that he will meet, uny hantain weight in the world, without' quibbling about minor details of weight or puri|t. an announcement which will Clause him to be blackballed by the champion's club which insists an champions not risking their titles, under any consideration. The duties of a champion nowadays Beeui to he to pick tip setups, get the guarantee before they step into the ring and thou tango through the 10 rounds of the poorest lighting possible using the noodle, and then Home or! em snult it. Johnny Dundee said he always wondered how it felt to he knocked out. The anticipation probably was more pleasant than the realization. ! It begins to look as though Dave Fultz will have to do all the striking himself. Richie Mitchell has injured his hand. He's right in the class with the champions now. Freddie Welsh has made hlr, annual announcement of his retirement. If he keeps It up long enough some one might believe him. FAIRV1EW. Miss Mil me Johnston of Fairmont, was a week-end guest of Mrs. Clou Wells. L. F. Dragoo. Charles Toothinan and N'ickolas U. Yost wore business visitors at Fairmont Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson were at Fairmont shopping Saturday night. T. V. Wells was culled to Morgan- , town on account of Ihc serious illness | of his sister. Andrew Varner was a businos visi- | tor at Fairmont Saturday. Dr. I,. X. Yost, of Fnirmont, was visiting his mother, Mrs. Mullnda Yost. Sunday. Miss Maryt iJiiiuirt. or Fairmont,1 I Test Our Ail ubility ami a desire to rcndc i? promc teats ol tho kind of bank : A mnnd. .5 Our healthy growth and thousani O itivo proof of the kind of service tl g Give us an opportunity to demo ? to your needs. O I 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS A rk THE PEOPLES N. 0 v .* n? r-.- *i_ y VII .IIO Wilier IICI ? CAPITAL ij . ? BOX E WILL MEET 'EM ALL! } * fxb % mk k M I Herman declares ha will do exactly the opposite. Ho says he will meet all comers and so far has not mention-. ed money. This Is certainly refreshing from aj champion, regardless of how shady | his claims arc to the title and If lie follows it out it will certainly strength : en his bid for popularity. mere are] plenty oi good bantnmsi eager to get a sliot at Herman's title.I Among them are Frank Burns, who knocked Herman out about a year ago and Frankie Brown, who holds a newspaper decision over the champion If Herman takes on these boys and Ertlo he is sure to have his handB full for the rest of the winter. was a week-end guest of Miss Madeline Fleming. Dewey Stewart, who has been quite sick was taken to St. Mary's hospital. Clarksburg, Sunday night for treatment. Mrs. J. S. Greaser and duughter Miss Marie, were at Fairmont visiting Sunday. Miss Irene Gilllhan. of the Farmont Normal, was a weekend guest at home. ftev. It. D. Hall will begin a series of meetings at Haught's chapel Monday night. Everybody is invited. Miss Rector of I he Fairmont Normal was the week-end guest of her sister Miss Louise llector, of the Fairview High school. Mrs. Homer Anions, Miss Bessie llaught and W. D. Ice, of Gray's Flat, attended the services at the M. K. church, South. Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Storey have returned from Pittsburg and are receiving congratulations as they aro both popular young people. Hiss Margaret Chalfant will enter \V. V. U. Morgantown February 1, to resume her studies. Mr. and Mrs. Iludncll uud daughter, KEELEY CURE 4Z4S Filth Avanut, Plmhurgh, Pi. Established 37 years. Removes all desleo for drink and drugs without causing sickness to the pa tlent. 1 f you aro Interested. It Kill bo to your advantage to investigate. Only Keeley Institute In Western Penna. ??sa!ra?araaK??:8????Ka8??w8CKt Service 1 'r good liank service aro the su- 8 service your business affairs cle. X Is ot satisfied customers are pos- 8 its bank provides. ;<S nitrate that our service 1* fitted jo iND TIME CERTIFICATES % -VTIONAL BANK ir the Postofflee. ? >200,000.00 ? ?a'oc<tcccto:o:c^^ j SQUIRREL FOO] ill l - iTH I H~1 fi^ ^ III ! ING if Glltncr county, who have boon visitng Mrs. Josephine Yost have returned . tome., Mrs. Mablo Trlppett and Miss Daisy iVilliams will entertain tho Needle .'raft Sewing club at the home of Mrs. rrippet't Tuesday aftcmoou. I.ewrenee Toothman Is moving the ariety store into bis building on Main md High streets. Mr. Barnett, of Moundsvllle, was a pusiness visitor here Monday. J. E. Parrlsh was a Dusiness vlsi- i or at Fairmont Monday. The Hope Gas company havo drilled l good gas well on L. U. Underwood Co. 1. Tho Marion Oil company has ocated well No. 1 on T.emlflv's fnrm on Doll's Hun. i Dr. J. \V. Jarvls Dr. Morau and Fred Burns accompanied Mrs. Ella Stewart ind son. Dewey, to Fairmont Sun- 1 lay night, en route to the St. Mary's . lospttal, Clarksburg. Infanti Paralys In connection with the p epidemic, the Fairmont Board of He has issued the following 1 mendation: "Realizing the need of i good and efficient disinfi used in sinks, basins, ga around closets and manun decided that chlorinated li adapted to our general ne I cheapest efficient disinfec odorant. It comes in a tir ally kills disease germs ; odors. It is recommendec one use this disinfectant about the house especially cans and closets, and spr rooms in which there has The Acme Chlorinated I vestigated and found to b< the market. The Board of dorses this brand of Chlor Your druggist and groci inated Lime or they can g from their wholesaler. Manufactured by A Mendleson's ! NEW YORK Established 1870. Wholesale Grocer ChasJ. Mill & Sons Local Distributors Retail druggists and gr Holt Drug Co., 300 Main Street Mountain City Drug Co., 236 Main Crane's Drug Store, 335 Main Stree Martin Bros Drug Store, 133 Main Fairmont Pharmacy Co., 400 Main T. S. Manley & Son, 115 Jackson S Walter & Hyland, Corner First and Frank Morgan, 405 Main Street L. H. Orr, 502 Merchant Street C. L. Rltz, 626 Fairmont Avenue. Blnns Brothers, 105 Maple Avenue C. G. Wrick, 329 Maple avenue Thomas Wilson, 220 High street Fairmont Tea Company, 225 Jacks Satterfield & Zinn, 220 Jackson St J. H. Ecktes, 302 Water St. C. R. Hamilton, 205 Walnut Ave. R. E. Kerns, 204 Merchant St. H. L. Morgan, 306 Merchant St. Hall Drug Co., 310 Merchant St. L. D. Hoult, 308 Merchant St. ' Clarence Fisher, 314 Market St. L. H. Keener &. Bro., 414 State St. A. Hood and Son, 101 Maple avenu D?BY AHERN. SAM&SCSfJe ACT I t SHOWiMElUE HUSBAND fed seconps later CHEWtN6-Tri? ROPE like a Wolp. band i and all, while Jr WRrfi(\l6 a CHECK- M ' OH-BoV \ d /Tbtti 9*ct<-fH N. / \MlVOKE AN' iSrtE Jl \ I MB YtSltROftV- \ ( . &OHC- VS MVOSIM- K ^ | SPeNT IV Hi' wJiFF <0 ' ?W__ * BIB < Music and Readings < at Mt, Zion Church < An interesting program of sacred ind readings music will ho rendered liv the hcolr of the Mt. Zlon llapllst church Thursday ecenlnK, February 1 1. under the auspices of the Youiir' 1 Men's Finance committee. The procram which opens at S:3U o'clock ts i is follews: i "Day Is Dying In the West." I.athbury, choir: prayer. Chapman Ll. 1 Brown; "Not a Sparrow Fallcth." I Watts, hcolr: essav. "lllstorv of dm Club." Robert Frecland: solo, "Ob. > [lolclcn Land of Peace." Shuwin. Miss ( Martin; select reading. "Or. Watts' Cradle Hymn." Watts. Miss Bertha Monroe; solo, "Tuke Back My llcurt." \. J. Lamb. Mrs. Bessie Jackson; ora-11 Hon, "American Negro." James H. 11 is 11 chlor resent i|| 1 OR BUM ecom- iDiiinfectant 1 AND lueodomintf i thoroughly V'^nt actant to be Vfeshwr f rbage cans, V *? v ; heaps, have Reaching . ime is best Furposes A eds. It's the || tant and de- l 1 can and reand absorbs rfESEsr i that everyt constantly r in garbage ^ inkled about t c bee,, illness. Two for Jme has been in- Bin ; as good as any on B BBS Health heartily en- B M inated lime." ar has Acme Chloret it immediately BI ocers who handle Acme Chlo: street ~aM Br0, 600 Ea?! street. c E ?ered|thi ei..., H. L. Moran, East I oirccv Jimts R. Morris, 71 Street D. H. Morgan, 501 f treet Garrett and Baker, Fairmont avenue M. B. Coburn, 712 L J. 0. Prickett & Son J. H. BcCloskcy Dri Mason-Hawkins, 34! A. G. Springer, 200 J. R. Smouae, Cor. Hall & Garrison, 50 on street MeDougal's Central reet J. M. Weaver, 218 . H. W. Parker, Cor. E. L. Kelley, 2 Loci Morris & Martin, 2 Fairmont Co-Operat and Virginia / Connor Bros., 309 I W. L. Satterfleld, 7. South 8ide Pharma e City Market, 605 Fa I1 roHf | - * Hayes; nolo, "The Pirate," Rodney, "lnrence Loe; remark* by pastor; ftef^n Cobb*; "Uo Ye Prepared," Shirley, PRICE SCHOOL HOUSE ^ ' " . x."-\ W We are having plenty of chlckenpox md measles in the neighborhood;' all ire getting along well. VJajl Miss Carrie Price 1* spending a few lays with her sister, Mrs. Fanny John Miss Sadie Chipps has returned homo after spending a few days with .J her aunt. Mrs. John Conway. ' JJ Mrs. llcrt Griffeth and son. Walter, ^ nhn have been Indisposed tor some :imu are much Improved. Chnrlos Price who spent a ahor! j time with home folks returned tyc I'hilippI W. Va.. last week. Me with lis brother Fred, are attending school j rinated Lime. I Park Ave. .cX > I Morgantown Avenue - I , aark and Marion Avenue I ' 10 Morgantown Avenua rtorgantown avenue 721 Locust avenue .ocust avenue i, 700 Lccust avenue ug Co., 512 Locust avenue "> Locust avrnue Merchant St. Market A Diamond Sts. 7 Locust Avenue Store, Columbia A State Sts lackson St. Jackson A Monroe Sts. jst Avenue 05 Tenth St. Ive Ass'n., Corner Tenth 8t. k venue. Eighth St. 22 Benonl avenue.