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bly rain o/snow.
g?i <~(3K I colder Thursday In
8 a. m. today 27.
ifccJ " VaHtnrriav'a ?m
* cUbt dear.; tmnp.uiojL.uiuui
56; minimum 26;
T. M. C. A.?Basketball, Flkins vs.
Armory?Drill of Company I, National
Modern Woodmen Hall ? Modern
Sir.; ' Brotherhood of America.
B15 Main street?Fairmont Lodge No.
9. L. O. of M.
Odd Fellows Hall?Palatine Lodge No.
84. L O. O. F.
K. of P. Hall ? Fairmont Camp No.
986, Royal Arcanum
Y. M. C. A.?Colonial social by Westminister
Guild of- Presbyterian
Modern Woodmen Hall ? Fairmont
Lodge No. 11, A. O. U. W.
In Critical Condition?Blake Bailey
the young boy who was brought to
Fairmont Hospital several days ago
from Independence, W. Va., where he
was Injured In a coasting accident is
in a critical condition ut this time.
iNews Stand Reopened?The HatHeld
shop reopened In the lobby of
the Watson building this morning
with a new and complete line of magguinea,
music, candies, etc. Mr. Hatfield
himself is again in charge and
was today greeted with a rousing first
At Work on Steamboat Project?
Committees at work on securing the
packet service for Fairmont were busy
all day today, numerous pledges of
freight and considerable subscription
toward the stock of the company, being
secured. From the reception being
given the idea by the business
men of the city it seems assured that
the service will be secured in a few
No Arrests?Not a single offender
against the laws of the city or nation
was located last night or yesterday
by the city police. Consequently
there was no police ourt this morning.
No theory was advanced to explain
the goodness of the town. Futch Nutter,
before the mayor Monday on a
drunk charge, was released yesterday
on his promise to be good.
Hub Moving Ncars End?The work*
Iof removing the stock of the Hub1
Clothing company from Its store room
on Main street, Is about concluded
and In a few days work will be started
preparing the room for Its new tenant,
the Anderson restaurant. i
Lent Begins?Today Is Ash Wednesday
and marks the beginning of;
Lent. Special services were held in
the Roman Catholic church and the
Episcopal church. ThiB evening there |
will be services at Grace Lutheran |
Tomorrow at the Po?0ffice?Usual!
holiday regulatlos will be observed at!
the postoffice tomorrow, Washington's;
birthday. The money order, registry t
and savings departments will bo clos-i
ed all day. The general delivery and.
stamp windows will be open from 9 to \
10 In the morning and there will be
one delivery land a noon collection. |
Carpenters to Smoke?Members of
the Carpenters and Joiners union of
this city are making arrangements for
a smoker and social which will be
held at the Willard hall Friday night
of this week.
3$$.' Bandaoes Readv?Por n ft or hnr nf
badages rolled by the members of the
local Red Cross society as well as
: packages of night shirts, etc, are ready
for tJMpment to the National Red
cross society to be used in its work
ilS of caring for the sick and wounded
on the battlefield and elswhere. These
ready to nse materials will be shipped
Insurance Firm Moves?The Miller
and Miller Insurance company of this
city which has been occupying rooms
In the Jacobs bnilding on Monroe
street are today moving to quarters
on the third floor of the old First
jipV' National bank building which was
recently taken over by the Fairmont
Trust company. The Trust company
H|: . will move to Its new quarters tomorEducator
on Trips?President Joseph
Rosier of the Fairmont State
Normal school leaves today for Kansas
City, Mo., where he will attend the
' mid-winter meeting of the National
Education association which meets
JV: there. City Superintendent of Schools
Otis Q. Wilson accompanied by C. E.
k Smith of the Board of Education have
gone to Indianapolis. Ind., to attend a
meting of the National society for the
WL1*.' . nrnmntfon of InduntHnl "EMnooHrtn
'Which meta there and will also attend
the meeting of the N. E. A. in Indian polls.
Inquest Postponed?Tho inquest into
the shooting ol E. W. Brooks, murdered
last Friday night in his home on
Pike street, will be held the last or
this week. The difficulty in getting
together all the men needed in tho
hearing has resulted in the postponing
ot the hearing nntll that time.
New Quarters Ready?The interior
of the Fairmont Trust company building
was being placed in final readiness
today for its occupancy by tho
banking business of the company tomorrow.
The exterior wood work of
the doors and windows was being given
a coat of Tarnish this afternoon.
Some of the bank's equipment will be
moved today but the bulk will bo transferred
tomorrow while the bank is
closed for the legal holiday.
'..Preparing Store Room?Stock and
fixtures are being placed-in the storo
room on Madison street which is to be
occupied by the Peoples Clothing
company February 24.
Ready For a Tenant ? The store
room in the Hennen building next
the Weber Florist shop is now completed
and ready for occupancy. Negotiations
are on with a number of r
persons for the building and a ten- e
ant will probably be announced in the f
next wek or so. t
Today's Legal Transfers?William ?
Scboll to James M. Delong lot s 5 and }
6 in: block 3 of the Burt addition to
Mantilngton $1 and other considers- v
tlons. Ward M. Saterfield to Zebedee 8
Batson and M. A. Batson 110 acres In K
Mannington district (1 and other con- ?
Blderations. F. G. Gray and wife to 0
larael Snider and Delia Snider a house 8
and lot in Farmlngton consideration S
$1200. Lena Satterfield and Michael b
Satterfield her husband to Thomas S. 11
Neptune lot 6 in block "A" of the tl
Monongahela Industrial company's addition
to Fairmont $1 and other valuable
considerations. Rachal A. Haught
and husband to Rombolo Alfonso and
wife, a parcel of land on the West B
Fork river in Fairmont district, consideration
Coal Operators to Meet?Transpor-j ti
tatlon. market and operating problems i p
will he taken up at the meeting of the I p
Central West Virginia Coal Operators' j,
association, to lie held in the C'hamberof
Commerce rooms Friday afternoon.
At ten ten o'clock Friday morning,
there will be meetings of committees
and their reports will lie submitted
to the operators ad acted upon at the 1
afternoon session. ;
Daughter Born?A daughter was ;
born on February If, to Mr. and Mrs.'
Robert G. Itcad at their home in Wil-:
metto. Chicago. She has been nam-!
ed Florence Crowcll Read. Mrs. Read
was formerly Miss Mary Crowell of I
this city. i
Half Holiday Tomorrow?The High,
school will remain in session tomorrw
until noon. An announcement was;
made to this effect by Principla Cole- j
bank this morning at the cliapci exercise.
It was the original intention
to close the school for the entire day
but tlio plans were changed. The cleniottlorv
unll ortl u will ramnln $r? ana.
Ill. ut uwwio n 111 * wiumu iU BCO'I
slon all day.
Dr. H. D. Pocock Here?Dr. H. D.
Pocock. an entenre in the Charity hospital
of the Western Reserve hospital
of Cleveland, Ohio, arrived here
last evening to spend a wek with his
wife and children who are spending
the winter with Mrs. Pocock's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Crowl, in this
Farmers Make Plans?An Interesting
meeting waB hold by the farmers
of Paw Paw district at Davis Ridge
last night. No formal program was arranged
but the club members discussed
their plans for the coming spring
and summer. A meeting of the similar
nature is planned for tonight at the
McClelland school house.
..Gorge at ingmont?The ice in the
Tygarts Valley has broken and today
a gigantic gorge is piling up at Kingmont.
It is expected that the ice in
the Monongahela will be breaking by
tonight and possibilities of gorges arc
Delivery Truck Wrecked?A Model
Bakery delivery truck, driven by
Charles Shores, was wrecked today on
Pennsylvania avenue below the Miller
school. The truck smashed Into a
New Show Windows?New and mod
ern display windows are being built
in the front of the Sam 13. Iseman store '
on Main street. The new windows are j
expected to bo finished by the end
of the week.
INDUSTRIAL 9 '
Despite the mild temperature of today.
the glass houses were greatly
hampered by a sohrtage of gas and
were able to work only part time. Yesterday
operation was on approximately
a fifty per cent, basis. Relief is promised
by the gas company. The company
declares that because of the recent
cold spell and the consequent
drain on production, it has been impossible
to build pressures back to
normal in the two or three days of
Modern fire escapes are being placed
on the walls of the Fairmont hotel today.
The electrical and power installers
are on hand and are started
on their part of completing the build-1
The tower that will crown one corner
of the new Presbyterian church,
was started today and the masons will
work as rapidly as possible to effect its
completion during the prosent spell 01 |
nice weather. ,
I / WW GONNk S Jb
I [7 MM/P A. ( J\
Ur. and Mrs. John Loss, who were
ecently married in Cumberland, Md.,
ntertalned tbelr local friends at a1
Drmal dance given at the Lyric thcare
lust evening. Mr. and Mrs. Loss I
rrived in town yesterday alter a sev-,
ral days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ilalpb
Veils of Cameron, W. Va. Invitations
or the dance were issued during the
reek. A large number of friends as-,
embled and a very enjoyable proram
of dancing was carried out. bevral
near frlendB from Fairmont and
ther out of town points were presnt.
Music was furnished by the
sinner orchestra of Fairmont. The
ride and groom will make their tuare
home in Chlefton. W. Va., where
be latter will be employed.
First Place Cinched.
The strong Tigers have cinched the
irst place in tho local bowling league,
lut two more games remain to he rolld.
with the Tigers being a good marin
ahead of their nearest rivals. A
rlzc of $35 will be offered to the team
iking first honors. The Tigers, comoaed
of Captain "Cobb" McDonnell,
atsy Pelligrinl and Clyde Satterlieltf,
ave led the league consistently.
Ten Pound Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fleming are
tore than happy today as a result of
ae birth of u ten pound baby boy,
THIS WEEK AT THE
THE LAST WEEK
I 17 A V I
NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH
AMAZING BARGAINS BE OFFERED.
NEVER AGAIN SUCH STER.
THESE REDUCTIONS ARE
IT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
UP TO $20.00 VALUES IN MEN'S !
SUITS, NEWEST SHADES AND
PATTERNS, AT LESS THAN
HALF PRICE, DURING A A A
CLEAN SWEEP SALE U f|?i
UP TO $20.00 VALUES IN LA. |
DIES' SUITS AND COATS, NEWEST
SHADES AND STYLES,
CLEAN SWEEP A AA
SALE PRICE U 1121
ORIGINATORS AND LEADERS
FAIRMONT CRAFTON WESTON
BLUMBERG BROS. CO.
OF LOW PRICES IN FAIRMONT j
It you call them up and they
are not at home, call the Hippodrome.
TO N I G H T
The Capture of Villa ;
The greatest show that has
been at the Hipp lor months.
Ask your friends, who saw it
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
It Happened In Arkansas
A laugh a second.
NEW COSTUMES |
FRECKLES AND HIS FI
which occurred at their home on Fleming
hill yesterday morning.
Hershel Smith has recently been
the purchaser of a fine new $650
"Autoptano." The purchase was made
during the week with the C. A. House
The Thoburn high school play will
be given at the Norwood public school
auditorium on Monday evening. This
will make the fourth performance of
the local cast. The receipts will be as
a benefit to the two schools.
The local order of Carpen
ica will have a smoker and
Friday evening, February
all carpenters of the city i
Free admission and no .<
Come and enjoy a good tir
A speaker of wide reput
deliver a short address.
I The smallPractically
Then 14 n
them for tes
But the Si
ord. No cai
Now the ?
Its sale fr<
fine car con
All this hi
er that wear
We show i
show it by 01
test. By wi
ning every s
that. But b(
Let no arg
all are aftei
? Phaeton, 7-passe
Touring Sedan ,
tIENDS?(IT DIDN'T SOUN
C ki i /-s TME OTUER'?
Mrs. Clyde Gaston vras In Monongah ye
yesterday afternoon calling on friends
and relatives. M<
Tony Tropa was among the locai I on
business callers'In Fairmont yesterday
Miss Virginia Richardson, of Shlnns- Ini
ton, was in Monongah yesterday afternoon
attendlnr to snrinr shonnlnr. 1
Mrs. J. Sattcrfleld was In Fairmont | ?
yesterday afternoon calling on rcla- tm
Mrs. William Jones was among tbe
local social visitors to Fairmont Tuesday
Mrs. L. Hustead, of Fairmont, was
.ters and Joiners of Ameri
social in Willard Hall,
23, at 8 o'clock, to which
and vicinity are cordially
charge for refreshments,
ation will be present and
With the Invei
Consider the Cone
bore light six?developed by E
ill fine cars came to it.
lonths ago we invented the Sup
is invention Eights and Twelve
for a time that twin types wou
uper-Six proved better. It has
r of any type or price has ever
lly that stopped the trend to Vsuper-Six
holds unquestioned s
>m the very first has been limit*
ipares in popularity. It has f
:e indicates that for high-grade
as come through reducing
on below any other type,
that wastes half your pows
the motor and lessens the
this by speed tests, by hill
;.i. l i-? - - T*T
quica. acceleration. we
iir record in the 24-hour
nning the transcontinental
in one round trip. By wintock
car test in which the
se you want a car to do
Bcause you don't want fric)tor
car's chief foe.
2 Great Question
uments confuse you. What
r is minimized friction in
is wasted power, less wear,
n9er J1650 Llmouilne
:naer $1950 .... , .
* $2175 (A" prlcei f" 0l
D RIGHT TO HIM.)?BY BL
I, ill ^
I f I
long the oat ot town ihoppers here
John Talbott. of Chletton, was In
inongah yesterday evening calling
friends and relatives.
Miss Kate Nichols, of Wat on, has
en in town during the week visit;
Mrs. R. Nichols.
Dan Fleming, of near Tucker StaTVTFI
* ^ ?THEATER?
THE LAND 0
Two reel 3
Ham and Bud
TflNIPIIT The Glrl from F
I V IV I U n I Cupid's Thumb
ition of the
iitions of Today
[udson?was the pattern tyj
ler-Six. It proved itself 8
s began to come into vogu
ild supersede the Six.
since then won every worl
equaled what the Super-S
types. Some makers retur
:d only by factory capacit}
ar outsold any other car s
cars the Super-Six will alw
more durability. That's 1
for obect in all new motor
The Super-Six stands fi
Every record proves it.
it out performs every othe
One must accept these r(
er than mere claims. As i
day, the greatest car that
built is the Hudson Super-i
new-style bodies make it
Also this year it has a ga
in the form of a device withe
heat of the motor. It is
It now outsells any other
car. It is likely this year, i
to far outsell production,
wise, in our opinion, to c
$2925 Town Car
iarage Co. Inc.
(YOU SAY I?
( PIW MlDO
tlon, was in town last evening attending
Mrs. Ruth Williams was In Pairmoot
recently visiting relatives. $j
Mrs. Louis Adomovtch, who has beep
In a very serious condition (or the
past several weeka~trnoY?re69vering|r3^^|
Miss Rose S nod grass, of Fairmont,
was calling In Monongah this morning.
I1 TOMORROW 11
:hristmas fj '.m
smugglers ~~ 11
[d the world
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Ylsco; Grant, the Police Reporter; ,.
?e for years.
;h while rec
1A. IISS UUlie.
ned to Sixes.
r. No other
ays hold the
as last year, H jJ
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