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n ! a story i
bfe. >*? m "\v-?swithoot i '
kl/ml'^li i ?nny j
Mv^sMn/' /wow,s i
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Bsing t
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I Masonic Temple?Special meeting of (.
Skttie 6rder of the Eastern Star. (
Ddd Fellows hall?Knights of Malta; (
Uaccabees hall?Order of Owls.
^bights of Pythias hall ? Mountain f
i$() Men's8hall?Setting Sun tribe. | c
jfortjial school?Johnsou Story Telling | ^
-Relaying Trolley Track?The work '
f-relaying the track on the Manning- '
3D 'line of the traction company whero
urves havo been reduced and new
llgnments made has been started. It '
as pe'en necessary in a few instances '
j have the passengers transfer around
letjjlace where the work was in prog- jj
Rebuilding Baxter Bridge ? The
ijihty bridge at Baxter, which was 1
ashed out in a flood last winter, will c
orkmen have commenced the re-; J
Hiding of the abuttments and steel 1
irk Will be started as soon as this I;
Short Jump ? The Barnum and j.
tlley circus comes here from Un- ,|
ithwn and as the jump is a com- .
r^tlvely short one the show should 1
person Here?T. H. Pierson, gen- I
il" manager of the Greater Fairmont .
'pstment company, has arrived in 1
it city to remain permanently and he ,v
gibe found at the temporary offices i:l
hecompany at rooms 5 and 9 in the I
Wen Vice President?The West Vir- j(
I^ia State Brarnl, National Associa- =
in'of Postoffice Clerks, which held
'annual convention at Wheeling yes- 1
ftjay elected H. C. Owen, of the Fair- "
jlj't postoffice as first vice president. '
M- Derrick, of Charleston, is presi- s
ht.- At a banquet in the evening Conjssman
Neely made an address at
i conclusion of which every person (I
sent stood up as a sign that he i
uid buy a Liberty loan bond. p
Jeely at Grafton? There was the t
tal immense crowd at the Decoration
f; ceremonies at the National cemeyVat
Grafton yesterday. The adisb
of the day was made by Rep. M.
11$^ ;.
"oday'a Legal Transfers ? Winona
ilahd Coke company to T. J. McCler.,
281 acres of coal in Taylor county
I 834 acres in Marion county; con- 11
dration, $75,000. Daniel L. Dillin- 1
-and wife to the Winona Coal and 1
je,; company, 752 acres in Marion n
Mr:;: consideration, $45,000. Mar- v
e't A; Lorslibough and husband to "
greater Fairmont Investment com- 11
y, 22 acres in Union district; con- "
Wffl
larrlage License ? A marriage II- r
$e,.waa'issued at the county clerk's
ce Today to Carmine Mastrionne. J
?31j and Marianna Truza, age 37. ^
t'l b
a Bopd Sale Yet?The sale of the
U'- General Improvement and Refunding "
I, bonds for the sum of $760,000 has been
HH continued until next Monday afteriiioon
at.two o'clock. There have been
HruiVieral persons interested In the bonds B
Mf-.tooking into their value and these 8
TO&Ut will he here next Monday to talk
HBSEirraess with, the city's finance depart- c
8 c?pt. Wells III?Capt. Charles Wells, 8
well known resident of Marion county, 1
^Bk^amhricanfl
iii
^Present three of these coupons co
Kot The West Virginian with 9Sc cash
^Hubj&ewed stripes, guaranteed fast co
Hffi|u)idng the need of every family In F
^{display on patriotic holidays, wi
Kjtjhmber of our readers at ridiculously sn
price of flags has almost doubled in the
rails. 3. of the above coupons consecci
Hme West Virginian office with 98 cents
Iaw moillnn I# ?ni nft llod fftr
^ XJJWTTTIT5 TS JTO% CTTTTCTS TOTi
I.To those desiring It we will furnish 7
Hftder, all packed with the flag complete
: / 'va
- < . .
! veiy.ill at his home at Glover's flip
nd fear* for his recovery are enterafiieti.
Mr. Welle had been in poor
ealth for tho last several months ind
i the last few weeks had grown worse
apldly.
Pol lee Court?John Cook, colored,
raa In police court this morning charg
d with drunkenness and was lined $5.
le arranged .payment. Tony Cordona,
lso charged with being drung was
ned $5. He paid. Normal
Officers?At a recent meet[ig
of the student body of the Normal
cbool, officers were elected for the
omlng year. Among tho newly electd
executives were Warren Shamblln, |i
iresldent; Earl Fear, vice president;
letta Smith, secretary and Martha
fhouiae secretary.
Goat Rldaelev Here?Edgar "Goat"i
tidgcley a member of Company H,
'""irat Wost Virginia Infantry which
s stationed at Grafton is in the city
o spend a 48 hour furlongh with his
mrents here. Ridgely is looking weil
.nd is enjoying camp life immensely.
*e uas a former member of the West
firginlnn staff and paid the office a
veicome visit today.
Auto Struck Car?An automobile
iclonging to Dan Lawson and driven
ly Harold Hutchinson, and Loop Pnrkj
:ar No. 11 of the Monongahela Valley j
fraction Company, were both consldirably
damaged in a smash up occur- j
ing in front of the Watson building;
ast night at 7:50. The rear end of l
he automobile and the left rear wheel j
vas damaged and the running board >
ind one vestibule glass on the street
ar smashed.
Gas Rates Go Up?The Public Ser ice
Commission has granted the Molongahela
Valley Traction company
ts petition to increase gag rates to
lommercial consumers in the city of
'airmont and the new rates will go
nto effect tomorrow. There was no'
ipposition to the.granting of the peti-j
Ion, since the local manufacturers!
vere well aware of the changed mat- '
iral gas situation locally. There is i
o be no inrrease in the rates to do-,
nestle consumers.
Baccalaureate in Morning?The time
or holdin gthe Baccalaureate services
if the Fairmont high school hag been
hanged from Sunday evening to Sunlay
morning at 10:45 o'clock when
lev. Charles Baird Mitchell, pastor of
he Christ Episcopal church will
ireach the sermon at Christ Episcopal
hurch.
Arrested In Clarksburg?Bob Kenlall,
a Fairmonter, was arrested yeserdfty
in Clarksburg and brought here j
ind placed in the county jail to await i
. hearing on a whiskey charge.
Accommodations Saved?Announcenent
was rec-^ved in the city last
vening that the Baltimore and Ohio
ailroad would not 'lit nlT the 7 a. m.
ocai to Grafton and would not cut off
he S p. m. local from Grafton. These
wo trains caused some anxiety when
t became known in Fairmont that
here was a possibility of them comng
off. due to the curtailment of trtins <
in account of the necessity of fhr landing
of materials and troops for the gov.
irnment.
Will Enlist ? Herbert Hamilton, a
'opular young man of tills city, left
Tuesday night for New York to enlist
n the Naval Reserve Corps. On his
ray home he will stop at Philadelphia
nd Washington.
Miner Buys Bonds?One alien minr
in the employ of the Consolidation
'oal sompany has subscribed for Librty
loan bonds to the amount of $1.00
and handed in the money to pay
or them. It is stated at the offices
f the company that in almost every
nstance where the foreign miners
ubscrtne iney nave uie cusn.
Parade Photographed?Eight hunred
feet of film was exposed by a mov.
ng picture photographer during the
iarade yesterday and when it is deeloped
it will be shown at the Grand
hoatre.
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(Continued from page /)
on county, and was followed by tho
talian order. The society of Christoo
Columbo, which kept time to the
lusic of the Monongah band, making a ,
ery creditable showing which does
onor to the enterprising Italian coningent
of tho community. A fine turn
ut of colored boy scouts brought up
he rear.
The parade was reviewed at the coricr
of Twelfth and Fairmont aveue
by Congressman Tlainey, Judgo
V. S. Haymond, Judge W. S. Meredith,
herlff Glover and a number of county
fficlals. Mayor Bowen and the memers
of the city government. From
his point this part proceeded directy
to South Side park where Mr.
talney made the oration of the day
rom the automobile in which he rode
l tile paraae. iae uruwu wua a i
ood one and the eloquence of the
peaker well repaid those who went
3 the gathering.
Preceeding the speaking there was a
oncert by the Greater Fairmont band
t the conclusion of which those presnt
joined In the singing of "The Star
ipangled Banner" at the request of
COUPON
AG COUPON,
R41
nsecuttvely numbered at tfie office
and get a beautiful Flag 4x6 feet,
lors.
!
alrmont and vicinity for an American
9 havo arranged to supply a limited
lall cost in spite of the flact that the
i past few days. All you need do Is
jtlrely numbered and present them at
in cash and the flag is yours. Ten
foot jointed pole with ball, rope and
In a neat corrugated box for 67 cents
| FRIDAY ANI
8ALE PRICESALE PRK
9.99 ! 7.89
for men's suits,for young me
all wool serges and youth's Etui
and cassimeres, nobby patter
values up to $15. values to $12.50.
8 A L E PRICESALE PRIC
11.79 | 13.69
for men's and for men's flm
young men's high custom tailor
grade suits, val- suits, values up
ues up to $17.50. j$20.00.
for men'fc fine SALE P R I C
2.89 3.99
dress pants, in, ,
for men's ralncoi
serges or wors-of heavy {exU
teds, $4 values, jcloth, $6 values.
SALE PR|CESALE PR|C
1.89 4.39
' for small boys'
. , for b o y's fl
su.ts made of ser-^ ^ s,2
vlceable, cloth, yp 18, valu
values up to $3.00. ,up to $6.5(5.
Jiulgo Haymontl who acted as chairman
of the gathering, \V. L). Barrington
led the singing. After a fewwords
by Mayor Bowen, vludge Ilaymond
briefly but most gracefully in
troduces tlicf. speaker, who, the Judge
pointed out, comes from the state
which gave the Notion Lincoln, Grant
and the man who conceived the beautiful
Memorial day idea, General John |
A. Logan.
Mr. Rainey's remarks constituted
an ideal address for a patriotic occasion.
He called attention to the
fact that the American flag halt been
triumphant in every war in which it
has been carried and predicted that
l?i'ctr?r*r will runmit itsalf in t.hfi nrfiSI?nt I
instance.
After he speaking there was a brief
respite from the activities of the (lay. |
but early evening found many of the j
peoplo of the city on their way to Loop
pari; where the First ilegiment band
played a most enjoyable concert, one
number of which, just before the final
piece, was "The End of a Perfect
Day."
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(Continued from Page Two.)
ditlon. Ringing marches and snappy
selections soon made people on the
streets take notice and a large crowd
quickly assebled. Later in the parade
the Mannington musicians evidenced
an abjility which was tnc subject of
much comment. Tncre was a cornet
player who rivalled it. 15. Hall's record
in the past, excepting l hat ho played a
B flat instrument. He thought nothing,
of playing the major part (f a march
an octave above where it was written j
ami gave the themes variations which |
were noticed all along the line of <
march.
The First Regiment band 1b in ex-;
i grandI
SEE GEORGE W. HILL as Jones
hymn books and playing cards, and
police, adopts the role of a Bishop w
years. The real Bishop's fiance, nt
w^nts to marry him as had been i
real Bishop. The sudden entrance
taneously the unwelcome entrance <
ny complication, but this 1b only on
tions In
WH
HAPP
TO J<
THE FUNNIEST, LIVELIEST, ANI
THE SEASON, WRITTEN BY TH
PLAYWRIGHT, GEORGE H. BROA
TO BE PRESENTED BY AN ALL-i
ATING CLASS OF FAIRMONT HI<
FRIDAY EVE]
The large Fairmont High Schoo
tarnish music tor the play.
Tleketa en tale at Martin's Drug S
DESIRED, GET THEM TODAY. P
^ bbkssbs^bssssssssssvqe
) SflTURPfll
HOW-SHARING
: E Not a sensational sale, but
our 9th business birthday,
pendable, up to date mere
n's again will be. It's an opp
t8> ey. Attend this sale.
18, -
19c 49c
for men's Baibrlg- for men's Atl
gan shirts or draw- na|nsook ,
ers.
suits.
BSt ????________
to 39c 89c
for men's sport or fop men,s ,
~~ work shirts 60c val- , ,
, c strong khaki p
E ues. "
- F p ^
11 "
0RIGINA10KS AiNL
cellent condition and gave evidence i?f
this fact all along the lir.a of march.
The 7'.onongah band created lunch enthusiasm
for its playing and from the
tact 'hat its membership is Italian.
West's drum corps inspire i the old
folks who are unwilling to give generous
welcome to new ideas, even in music.
The membership of the Greater Fairmont
band i3 well known. Rosters, uf
tlie other organizations follow:
First Rc.j.fi.e-t Harm.
Harvey Gregory. Harvey McClung,
Charles Cotrill, Earl Snodgrass, Vance
and James Bond?cornets.
John Abercrombie and- Max Bornman?clarinets.
August Clavier?piccolo.
Fetnand Duker?saxapbone.
Itussell Wolf and George Smith?
altos.
rtrnen firiffith Kdcnr Dick. Josenh
Grassplayer, Fred Clabby and Percy
Brake?trombones.
Willis Dean, Nicholas Marcel, Gordon
Cunningham?basses.
Aubrey Duff and Sam Grahamdrums.
And "Brownie"?the dog mascot.
The Garlow Band.
W. A. Garlow, leader; I. G. Selfert.
Lewis J. Raymond, Lawrence Satterfiold,
Louis Biserry, cornets; C. M.
Williamson, Wdliam Stealey, Joe Matfee,
clarinets; Lawrence Martin and
Earl Gould, basses; G. A. May, H. W.
Woody and Veto Sandy, trombones;
Arthur D. Evans and Grant Layman,
altos; Hugh McMillan, baritone, and
John Vanata and Manuel Beal, drums.
Mannington Elks Band.
Joe Godfrey, Herbert Swift, Dan Hanley,
Stanley McLellan, Howard Mason,
Dewey Shammer, John F. Moore, cornets;
J. N. Hawkins, J. H. Furbee, M.
L. Hardin, J. Punke and A. L. Parrish,
clarinets; James Richardson and Billy
Russell, altos; Burrell Loomas,
Hugh Floyd, Charles E. Smith and Jack
Raymond, tronbones; R. F. Callls
(leader) and Glen Bock, baritones;
NEATER I
i, the traveling salesman who sells
who, to avoid the long arm of the
ho has heen in Australia for twenty
>t knowing that he is an imposter,
[greed by correspondence with the
of the genuine Bishop and simul>f
an escaped lunatic, causes a fune
of the numerous laughable situaAT
ENED
) MOST INTERESTING PLAT OP fj
E CELEBRATED AUTHOR AND
DHURST.
3TAR CAST FROM THE GRADU3H
SCHOOL ON
NING June 1
1 orchestra has been engaged to
ttore. IF THE BEST SEAT8 ARE
'RICES 35c; 50c; 756. %
mhebanni
mmmnl
an event of sensational barga
, Every department in our si
handise and the prices are lo
ortunity worth grasping if yi
Special
. .. FOR ONLY THIS FRI- fop
DAY AND SATURDAY ,
inlon 27x54 0T
cou
? Tapestry ?
Rugs
SALE PRICE
extra
ants. 79C whi
juiiiADhitfe UE LOW PRICi
' Cnarlcs Tobin, bass; Roy K. wentI
worth and Harry Wilson, drums.
The Monongah Band.
G. Paneccia, leader; Peter Shenoshi,
J. H. Vingle and Walter Sola, cornets;
Eddie Vingle, Carman Panero,
Tony Colorrusso, Steve Moxuke and
Joe Gamba, clarinets; Prank Prggoll
Walter Sliipko. Tony Volasin, altos;
Anthony Vingle, trombone; Prank
Vingle and Joe Matyvich, baritone;
J Tony Mazier and Nick Chefall, basses;
Stanley Vingle and John Kani03,
drums.
Any mention of Marion county
insu:
GHAS
The American peop
fight their way out wi
Thp swnrrl of victor
Liberty Loan will help
ing disaster for us.
We are at war, whet
have not reached our
been posted. The full
these will come.
The United States 1
blood and every Amei
grapple. The world a
more of tremendous s
Our 500,000 army o
will be at home to bac!
people can save from (
be needed.
No man is exempt.
? T T ao*? Kawr
tx Juiuci uj uuaii uuiiU) c
It is the duty of eve
purchase of a bond. Ii
feat for the United St
edged interest-bearing
United States, but he i
' and of his own occupa
Liberty Bond.
Fighl
The Nationa;
Peoples Nati
Fairmont Tr
TTawia Covniif
AJLV1UC UU T JU?j
Monongaheli
First Nation
First Nation
Bank of Far
Exchange B;
First Nation
Bank of Mar
Farmers & A
First Nation
V:r..v. :
:r days of c
=7e //?r
R THE MASSES C
iin giving in celebration of 8 A
tore offers real values in de>wer
now than they ever
du value the saving of mon- f?r
miss
coat
$6.0C
49c 29c 77,
ladles' corsets for ladiea' full size
good quality persale kimono (
til. aprons. <
for
39c 49c
for size 72x90 rea-$15 '
pair for pure dy hemmed bed|??
te lace curtains, sheets. S A I
HE
^ new
ES IN FAIRMONT. vaiu
bands in Incomplete without singling f
out Sam R. Nuzum, the greatest pa- (
tron of that class of music Marion i
county bus ever known and a man t
whose interest in music is not likely I
to have an equal in the country. Mr. t
! Nuzum was with the Greater Fairmont t
| band yesterday and the long march did t
not phase him as was evidenced when i
he and Marshall Ashcraft stood up c
near the speaker's automobile at the I
park an dlistened attentively to the pa- ;
triotic appeal. Mr. Nuzum was with a 1
circus band in the early days and since (
locating here permanently has mani- i
RE AGA
iTLY DE
le have plunged into the guilt <
th sword and sinew.
y will be forged from the dolla
to win the war. The alternat
her we like it or not. The grc
ears. The casualty lists of 01
force of our sacrifice has not
las to fight -its way to liberty
rican home will feel the solemr
r _ u i_ ?j?_ J*. j
in De maae saie ior uemucrac,
acrifice in men and money.
f liberation will fight in Euro]
k up that army with dollars. ]
current income and from addi
No man is too poor to do his 1
l $50 bond, or a $100 bond.
ry man to make a solemn effo]
a doing so he not only insures \
ates, he not only insures his u
; convertible investment in a fir
insures the continuance of bus
,tion. Take out your war insi
t, Farm or Fina
l Bank of Fairmont. .. Fairmi
onal Bank Fairm
ust Company Fairmi
js Bapk Fairmi
i Bank, Fairmi
al Bank .. .: Worthing!
mnnnnrv
ai uaun . ?iunvng
mington Farming!
ink of Mannington . Manning!
al Bank ? .'. Manning!
inington ~ * Manning!
lerchants Bank ... Fairvi
al Bank .............. Fairyi
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I
LE PRICE SALE PRICE .? 1
3.79 | 6.39
ladies' and for ladles' neat I
es new spring shepherd cheek f HI
s, values up to suits, lined coats, ||H
LE PRICESALE PRICE *
9.99 12.69 111
w" '?.mm
s of all wool or collt *" ygffiM
e or poplin,colora' v*lue* UPt0
LE PRICEsale PRICE
7.99 3.79 I
ladies' coats, *>< ladle?' P?P?"
ioplin or sergeor "rfl? dresses,
>lack or navy, values up to (6.00.
SALE PRICE
L E P R I C E
nrt 2.49
OJ7C
for ladies ' shoes, . I
irdine" .k|hr?oxford? or PumP*' ? I
styles, $1.25ln ?? leathers,
es. up to $3.50 values.
ested a wide Interest ln musical af- "H
airs. "Billy" Powell is another Pair- ' $8
nonter who has had service ln show -'&JM
lands. He laid arflde his trombone ..
ourteen years ago. "Kip" Fleming, he
police officer, who was one of the ?
lest amateur bass plnyers In the coun- I
ry, has not been Identified with band . rH
vork for some time. Will McCray, anither
bass player of local renown, has
ieen out of service for two or three ' H
rears but Sam R. Nuzum has about
Ined him up for resuming his position <
imong basses with the Greater Fairnont
band.
.INST I I
FEAT
of war and they must
*
rs of the people. The
ive is an overwhelm...
tans of our wounded
lr dead have not yet
, yet been felt. But
by wading through
i nature of the deathy
only after a year or
pe; but the real fight
Every dollar that the
tional economies will
)it by subscribing for
rt to save up for the
victory in place of dewn
savings in a giltst
mortgage on the
iness and industry
jrance today; buy a
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