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I Town Talk
Temperature a
8 a. m. today, 36
?Yesterday's weath
or, rain; tempers
imiiiiuuuii F'
formal School Gym?Basketball, Unl
verslty vs. Fairmont Normal.
Maccabee Hall ? Meeting of United
Commercial Travelers.
Today's Legal Transfers?George W
Ice, et al, to Dock L. Wilson lots 1!
and 13, block 10 of the Ice Addltloi
to Barmckvllle, consideration $500. 0
W. Ice to Eliza Wilson lots 29 and 31
in the Ice Addition to Barrackvtlle
consideration $600. George W. Ice ti
Eliza Wilson lots 7 and S in block II
in Ice Addition to Barrackvllle, con
sideratlon $500. Eliza Wilson to Fair
znont and Monongahela Coal Company
149 acres on Moody's Run. Falrmon
district, $1 and other valuable (fconsid
orations. H. L. Wllfong to Soutl
View Realty Company, lot on Cleve
land avenue, consideration $1200.
Dr. Kslley Here?Dr. W. C. Kelley
a prominent physician of Morgantown
pent yesterday In this city In consult
atlon with local health officials li
regard to the infantile paralysis sit
nation. Dr. elley attended the meet
lng last night was addressed by Dr
C. G. Bull of New York.
Lifting Quarantine ? The quaran
tines placed upon residences of thli
city where a case of infantile paraly
lshas existed or does exist are gradu
ally being lifted by the city health au
thorltles and a few days will see all re
frictions removed. Several quar
antlnes have been lifted from home:
this week ad several will be lifted thi
first of the week.
Programs Issued?The program fo
the 47th annual meeting of the Wes
Virginia State Education assoclatloi
has been issued. The program con
tains the names of a number of promt
nent educators who will deliver ad
dresses. The meeting will be held li
' Huntington June 13, 14 and 15.
Appendicitis Operation?Dr. Carte
Fleming underwent an operation fo:
I appendicitis this morning at Cook boa
pital. Dr. J. "W. Donold, C. W. Waddel
and E. P. Smith were the operatlnf
physicians. His condition this after
noon was reported as satisfactory. Dr
Fleming has had several attacks o
appendicitis and last night sufferec
Last Call For Raymond TicketsMonday
noon has been set as the tlm<
limit (or reservations to the suppe:
Smith Hood, Pres.
F vr/via
We cordialy invit
new banking rooms
location. They ar
] I; ford a desirable plac
A cheerful, friend
transacting your bi
r I i are at your service i
I ! I! of benefit to you.
In short, every gc
the Fairmont Trust
ters in even greater
We cordially solic
I S { ^Eiin
i! i
1 Sfe
Smith Hood, I
Festus Downs,
J. A. Jamison,
J. B. Crowl
W. G. Ganoe
J. H. Beckman
J. W. McDonald
Geo. T. Watson
H. B. Meredith
M. E. Ashcraft
to be served by the Soilness Men's
Association and the talk of Frank
Jewel Raymond, the "Billy Sunday of
business. The talk, with the supper
thrown In, will be 75 cents. The other
evening In the Chamber of Commerce
at Harrlsburg, Pa., 1,200 men heard
J his talk and hundreds were turned
' Back to Morp an town?Mary Good.
i win, 14-year-old girl who wanted to
I mm? tn W?IWnnn? ho/-aii.a It ??" a .
I faster place than Morgantown, was
t; taken home by her mother this mornj
lng after police had captured the runa1
way yesterday evening. Mary has
1 been staying with friends here for
?! the past few days but was Identified
1 by local officers from a telephone description.
New Store Opened?The Peoples
. 1 Clothing company opened their store
> at 325 Madison street this morning,
| I a complete line of men's and women's
clothing being placed on exhibition.
{ The store Is a branch of the Kauffman
stores of New York.
l Will Endorse Health Authorities?
. On next Sunday morning Dr. Mitchell
) of the Central Christian church will
i, present to his congregation a resolu>
tlon commending our health officers,
)! School Board, Board of City Commta
sloners, dally papers. Senator Clarence
-i Watson and Dr. Bull for tbelr faithful
,! interest in guarding the health of our
t| children and their timely solicitude
.(for the communities' welfare. In the
i| evening Dr. Mitchell will speak on the
. high coBt of living and how to reduce
Captain Bryant Recovering?Victor
Bryant, captain of the Salvation Army,
1 who was operated on yesterday at
, Cook hospital. Is getting along nicely
. with good prospects of an early recov
Station Discontinued ? Application
has been made to the Public Service
Commission by the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad tor permission to dinNELSON
* ^ ? THEATER?
Two part
A Luke
f iviucai
1 See
TONIGHT Marriage Sacr
M. A. Fletcher, Treas.
y Convenienc
Our Patrons
e our patrons and their frient
directly across the street
e centrally located, have spa
e for you to meet your friends.
ly atmosphere pervades the pla>
isiness here. Competent and ol
eady to offer any suggestion o:
>od feature that has contribute
Company in the past will be fo
r measure.
it your patronage on the basis
Safety, Service and Satisfactio
mont Trust Com]
Board of Directors
'res. J. Walter Bar
, Vice Pres. M. A, Fletche
Vice Pres. C. L. Shaver,
Jno. F. Phillips I
J. E. Dowden 1
T. L. Burchinal J
G. M. Alexander I
* James 0. Watson ^
C. S. Riggs J
Chas. G. Hood C
continue RItcbtUIb m a pasaenger
Chanpe at McCrory Store ? H. Q.
Lambert, who for three yean baa
been manager of the local Are and
ten oeilt store, will leave In a few days
for New Ynrlr Htv ?h?r? tin will ae
eept a position as manager ot a similar
establishment owned by the same
linn of McCrory ft Co. ,Mr. Lambert
will be succeeded in the management
of the local store by J. E. Harris, oi
Ohio, who for several years has been
engaged in this work.
Will Visit In Berkeley?County Agricultural
Agent H. L. Smith will leave
Sunday for a short visit with his family
In Berkeley county. He goes to
attend to some business matters but
expects to combine business with
pleasure. | Mr. Smith will return
Wednesday and will attend a farmers'
club meeting to be held at the
Flat Run school house in Mannlngton
district Wednesday night.
Children's Work Resumed ? With
ban against the assembling ot children
in public places lifted, tbe work
of the Junior and Intermediate classes
at the "Y" has been resumed. All new
members are urged to report at once
in ordor that they may be assigned
to their classes and get lined up with
the work from the start. Those who
cannot swim will be given private instruction
In the art by Instructor G.
W. Blickley.
Pleaded Guilty?Roy Moulton, who
Tnursaay nigm Decame lncouacu mm
assaulted a traveling salesman because
of stories the man was telling
of the treatment of negroes In the
south, appeared before Justice Conaway
last night, confessed, was flnea
J25 and sentenced to thirty days In
Jail, which was the heaviest penalty
that could be Imposed for the offense.
Boys Out on Bond ? Pete Petroff,
Steve Smith and Steve Tanovich, who
were Implicated in the theft of brass
from the Traction company at Farm^Monday
ed? Helen Gibson; Only a Rose.
cgggcas ^aKKatoggcay^gsaagggggi
J. L. Leech, Sec'j. j ?
e for 11
Is to visit us in ouy
from our former
icious lobbies and af- | g
0 ' 3' 3
ce, and you will enjoy
riiging bank clerks 3 |
r advice that may be
ed to the success of
und in our new quar- j |
of 1
m ? |
pany ! i
/ I
nes, Vice Pres.
r, Treas.
? i or
jee owisner ? g
d. E. Fetty
E. Anderson
d. M. Neely
Valton Miller . ?
ohn Guy Prichard.
j. D. Robinson
In(tton. were given mother hearing tx
fore Justice Conaway last night Th
parents of the lads gare bond tor thel
reappearance next Wednesday an
they were released. They stated t
this hearing that Israel Snider, a Jun
dealer at Farmlngton, not only set
them for the goods but provided
wrench with which to secure the &
tures and It Is probable thai a warrai
will be Issued for Snyder today.
No Exams Here?Civil Service ie
amlnatlons for stenographers an
tvnewritpra ?-cn? in he hpl
at Grafton. Clarksburg and Falrmor
today. However no applications war
filed at tne iocs! postoftlce and no e:
amlnatlon was given here.
First Presbyterian Church ? D
Cbas. Edwin Bishop, of Morgantowi
W. ya., will preach at the First Prei
byterlan church tomorrow mornln
and evening.
No Marriage Licenses? Cupid ol
served the National Holiday and n
marriage licenses were issued by th
County Clerk's office yesterday or t
Returned From Honeymoon?M
and Mrs. L. W. Shroyer nee Newbe
ger whose marriage was a recent ever
returned yesterday from a weddln
Journey which Included visits to Phi
adelphla, Baltimore and Washlngtoi
At Washington they were guests fc
a day of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Conawa
formerly of this city. Mr. and Mr
Shroyer have taken up their resldenc
at Bellvlew.
Helped Himself?Alonzo Hicks, wh
was arrested on a warrant Issued b
Squire Musgrave charging him wit
helping himself to tld-bits from tb
fruit stand of Charley Dellgattl o
Madison street arranged with Ton
to nay the costs and was dismissed
I Charles H, Morin
t of Pennsvllle, 0.
!l. 17 ?rAM<WAkl?Al>
Starts a Series of Meetings ;
Saturday, Feb. 24,1917,
and continuing Indefinitely at the !
Barrackvllle, W. Va.
Everybody invited to come ;
and bring your friends.
| Nor will it 1
| to prt
In a year or so, Fairmoi
tories, and in the develops
j ducts, and there must be n
! bookkeeping departments
i women of brains and tra:
I The Unio
Going to F
And in order to give Fa
A complete new typewri
Desk equipment of the 1
Much other equipment t
Instructors of thorougi
The tuitio
third lower
College of F
or 100 per c<
If it is not possible for j
will entitle you to the old ]
Business is the I
Medium to a Succ
Left in Which to 1
I Jacobs Building
CONNELLSVILLE, Pjl, Feb. 24.? i
J Sari Llord. 9, waa drowned thii if- i
't ?
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it i^???????
d ?
Otk* of T-r
VX V* bliv A A .
that proves Sa
? to be the to
? priced car is
r transmission,
'i costly cars thi
type of transr
>r 4
Saxon Roadster is $<!
? Specifications: New style body, moi
and lighting, demountable rims, 30:
Grecian rear bow electric horn, ext
~ design of carburetor, L-head high-i
... smoothness, quietness and flexibility
a Tlmkcn axles, Hyatt quiet bearings,
& ventilating windshield and a score i
A ??T ? Tm *
I West Virginia Le:
Bell 1780
> *?
on Accou
>e necessary fo
)be into the ca
it will be the leading city in the
lent of its natural resources. T
lore young men and women to h
, stenographic departments, sh
n Business (
urnish These '
irmont industries the best traim
iter equipment consisting of the
latest design is in transit.
0 enable us to teach more mode
1 experience and accomplishme
n rates of the Union Business
man moats ui aurrounumg com
'airmont better than the best ai
jnt efficient, it is necessary to a
e Are a Few Da]
May Enroll at
'ou to attend the school for a fe1
rate, and you may enter any tim<
Jest Paying Business,
essful Business Career
Enroll at the Cheaper
T ni TOT"* T1
<1 15 U D11NI
of Fairmont,
emoon when ha fell into a water pit
it tha Waat Penn Power plant here
rhlle fleeing from the edge of the rlrMiiMrn
liftuo tn
lany features
xon Roadster
p-place lowits
3 speed
Among the
s is the only
nission used.
195 F. O. B. Detroit
e room, two unit electric starting
x3 Inch tlree, new style top with
ra tire carrier, speedometer, new
speed motor ot unusual power,
, 3-speed sliding gear transmission
vanadium steel cantilever springs,
nore of noteworthy refinements.
rington Sales Co.
RG, W. VA.
Consol. 27
nt or the
r the Federal
use for the a
state. Millions of dollars ai
hese industries must have m
andle the business of these c<
ipping departments, all thesi
College of 1
Trained Men
ed minds we have had to PR
newest and latest machines
rn business is contemplated,
nts are to be boasted of.
College of Fairmont are orn
mercial schools. To make I
nd always maintain it bettei
dvance our tuition rates 20
rs Left in Whic
the Old Rate
w months, contract for a sch
e before July 1st.
and a Business Ed
. Remember, Onlj
, W. Va.
er trying to mm an lc? gorge which
hid broken tome distance above. A brother
was drowned last July.
Your Laat Opportunity to Buy *
Uniform Rank W. 0. W.
Take Notice.
We are trying to get at least
18 men together once more. We
have not had this number *t a
meeting Bince we went to Parkersburg.
This lg the last appeal
from your captain.
Be present Monday evening,
February 28, 1917 In full unl- I
form. There will be eats for
your enjoyment, and lots dolng^jH
W. C. Daugherty, Captain. V
l Government
: I
re being spent in building faGen
to manufacture their promcerns.
Payroll departments,
e will require youne men and
Fairmont is
and Women
on the market have been
? fourth to one
Jnion Business
than the best,
per cent,
h You
nlarcVin OW/? o nntmien^ AM U
V1UA giii|/ Mill a JJftJ UlCliW UU II#
lucation is the Best
r a Few More Days
Bell Phone 1091-R

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