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^ Tuesday
pipltatlon, none.
I, : EVENTS TONIGHT.
East Park ? Ball game. Baptists vs.
M. P.
if,4 Jfaeonlc temple ?Crusade CommandHi
ery.
p pdd Fellows hall?Daughters of ReI.bekah.
K: Red Men's hall?Monongahela Camp,
a?,: K. of P. ball?Maple Grove, Woodmen
Kf Circle; Woodmen of the World.
m Modern Woodmen hall ? Sunshine
?' lodge A. O. U. W. D. of H.
Maccabee hall?P. H. C. i
E Home from Texas?Miss Verna Ker-j
[& ' gan has returned to Fairmont after a!
g' several weeks' visit with relatives at
Riyvarious points in Texas and New Mexlk-2
co. Miss Kergan returned to attend
E- Teachers' Institute in session at the
Miller school building. She was last
E >ear a teacher in the Thoburn public!
jji; ficnoois tii. muiiuueau.
pi Mrs. Cole Coming Home?Mrs. J.
& - Floyd Cole, who was injured two weeks
Hf;*; ago yesterday In an automobile acciK;dent
near Oakland, Md., and who had
slnco been In the Oakland hospital, will
&; * return home this evening on the 4:25
train. She will be accompanied by Mr.
Cole who had remained with her since j
the accident and a trained nurse. Mrs. j
Cole had a compound fracture of the
leg which has now been put In a cast I
enabling her to be removed.
ji Baptists to Meet ? The forty-sixth '
annual meeting of the Goshen Baptist
Association will be held on September
5, 6 and 8 at the Forks of Cheat church.
The Palatine Baptist church Is affiliat65"
ed with this association and will be
s|' represented by the Rev. John Brown,
ife/ Jess Jamison and Miss Rebecca Sum|
mers.
H Red Cross Meeting ? A meeting of
5; the local chapter of the National Red
Cross Society will be held this after- j
jf >: noon in response to a call issued Satur- i
day by the chairman, Miss Mae Fleming,
to arrange for the farewell ceremonies
to be held on Sunday in honor
of the Fairmont members of the new
National army. 4
Sunday School Convention ? The
Sunday schools of Winfield district will
[|j , hold their annual convention at the Mt. j
?* " " -i u c.tnHnv Kpntem
IZ/ion m. cj. cuuit.u wuuum/, ~.r .
ber 9.
Pythlans at Grand Lodge ? This
Sj: morning City Clerk Albert J. Kern and
George H. Brobst, representing Moun- j
tain City lodge; John S. Scott, representing
Marion lodge; Sam R. Nuzum,
past grand chancellor; Samuel E. Mil- j
ler, grand trustee and J. Clark Miller
left for Bluefield where they will at-1
tend the annual convention of the j
Knights of Pythias of this state.
Educators at Institutes?Prof. Wal- j
ter Barnes of the Fairmont State Normal
school faculty, is in Clarksburg j
where he will be one of the instructors I
In the Harrison county teachers' institute
this week. Prof. E. L. Lively,;
a'co of the Normal faculty, is at Cairo I
as an instructor at the Ritchie county I
institute.
Held for Court?Elias Finnoise, the
IAsyrian peddler whose home on me
street was searched Saturday lor evidence
that he is a bootlegger was given
a hearing Saturday evening and
gave bond for a trial Wednesday before
Justice Musgrove.
** Joins Navy?Herbert Hamilton, "M
this city, left today for Pittsburgh from
which place he expects to be sent to
Newport to the naval training station.
Andrews Recovering ? George Andrews,of
this city, wbo Is a member of
p. Company K of the First regiment, and
was accidentally shot while on duty
at Parkersburg, is recovering nicely in
]the nospital at that town.
Quarantine in Lewis County ? The
Order forbidding children under 16
years to travel on the lines of the Monongahela
Valley Traction company in
this and Harrison counties has been
gg extended to include Lewis county,
f Bid Relatives Good-by?Robert Vandergrift
and Clyde Welch, of Kilarm,
yrere home from Parkersburg, where
they are serving with Company K,
First regiment, over jSunday to say
good-by to their relatives and friends.
^ To Drive Cars Home ? Luther Cordray,
general manager of the Hall Gar
Lego company, left Sunday for Detroit I
^here he will get an allottment of Has-1
w*U can which ha win ihlp by boat 1
to Cleveland and then drive across s
country to Fairmont. \
Administratrix Named?Leila G. Mc- tl
Kay has been named administrator ti
with Will annexed of the estate of the e
late H. C. McKay. She has also been t;
named guardian of Hosmere C. and b
Robert. Infant heirs of the late H. C. b
McKay. h
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Executrix Named?Annie M. Miller a
was named administratrix of the estate *
of the late Johnson Thompson Miller. "
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M. V. T. Conductor Injured?His leg ^
was badly bruised when Lemmle Carpenter,
conductor on an East Park
twAiiov otonnpd tn the runnine board I
and was caught by a wagon which I
closed in sideways on the car, while '
traveling along Water street near Market,
Carpenter was treated at the
Fairmont hospital. The wagon was
drawn by a mule team and belonged to
a soft drink firm on the Fast Side.
No New Polio. ? There are no new n
cases of poliomyelitis reported in Monongah
or vicinity during the week
end. Dr. Peter Noe, Jr., who has been
ill, continues to improve.
At Coal Men's Luncheon?T. E. Boggees,
secretary for D. R. Lawson, of the
Central West Virginia Coal Operators' s
Association, Is in Clarksburg today attending
the weekly luncheon of state
coal operators tha 1b held there Mon- c
day of each week. t
\
L. C. Furbee Here?L. C. Furbee, a 1
graduate of the 1917 class of the Fair- 1
mont Normal, is in Fairmont today at- r
tending the Teachers' Institute which c
is being held in the Miller school build- *
Ing beginning today. Mr. Kurbee ha9 ?
been spending his summer vacation on
an Ohio farm. This year he will be lo- r
cated as principal of the Farmington '
public school. '
Discussing Traffic Problem*?This ,
afternoon at four o'clock committees |
from the Fairmont Chamber of Com- j
merce, Fairmont Business Men's As- r
soclation and the Fairmont Automo- s
bile Association are meeting at the ^
office rooms in the Fairmont Cham- r
ber of Commerce on the second floor j
of the Watson building for the purpose
of discussing the traffic regulations
of the city. j j
Today's Legal Transfers ? Sam R,
Nuzum to W. J. Oneal. a lot In the Willard
Terrace plat in the Third ward of
Fairmont, consideration $375; John
Rogerson and wife to B. F. Huey, a
parcel of, land in the city of Manning- I
ton, $1 and other consideration; John a
H. Johns and wife to L. N. Wetzel, a c
|ovoniia S1 nnri nther r
lUb im \JU1CUJUU WIUMMW) T- V
consideration; J3. F. Huey and wife to i
John A. Ford a lot in tho Burt addition
to Mannington, $1 and other consider- |
r.tion; Charles W. Winkler and wife 1
to Carmine Evangelista and Francesco I
Porketti, a parcel of land In Downs, c,
consideration $S50.
Marriage License ? A marriage li- e
cense was issued at the county clerk's t
office today to Arden Basie Cottrill. t
age 22 of Clarksburg, and Estette Shaw- <
han, age 23, of Fairmont. (
Marriage a Day?A marriage a day j 1
is tlir, record which Rev. C. E. Goodwin 1
has established In the past three days c
and which he no doubt hopes to main- j
tain. On Saturday night he united in i
marriage Henry Lowther, a soldier ?
from Grafton, and Mavis Satterfield, at .
the home of the latter on Tenth street, j
Clark Kemper and Aithea Grace Stew- ;
art, both from Broomfield, W. Va., were | %
married at the parsonage yesterday.! t
and today occurred the marriage of Ar-'
don R Cottrill and Estella Shawhan. ! r
the former of Clarksburg and the lat- ,
ter from Marietta, Ohio. t
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Visiting Aunt ? Dr. and Mrs. S. 0. i
Huffman and little son. Franklin, of
McKeesport, Pa., and Mrs. Geo. Ritchie i
of Delmar, Del., are visiting their aunt, 1
At THE NEL
The two Juvenile star;
Jane and Ka
in a brilliant novelty sui
Two Utl
dlX reeia ui uiibUL wvmm
and happy.
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Irs. As. R. Phelps, of Petrnhnors
tract
Returned from Cincinnati?Mrs. Arwr
G. Martin returned yesterday
rom Cincinnati, O., where she attendd
the marriage of her niece. Miss Beti
Peebles and Lieut Carlos James
IcKinney on Wednesday of last week.
Ira. Martin was accompanied home by
er sister. Miss Rebecca Baker, of Clninnati,
who will spend a week here
s her guest. Mr. and Mrs. McKlnney
rill spend several days here en route
j Cincinnati from their wedding Jourey
east probably reaching here on Frlay.
IMICE MEN
ARRIVE IN CI1Y
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rheir State Convention Will!
Begin At The Fairmont
Tomorrow.
Over thirty of the one hundred in
11 ronna men tfhn will COTT1P tO Fflir*
nont to attend the annual meeting;
it the West Virginia Underwriters'
o he held at The Fairmont Tuesday,
Vednesday and Thursday of this week j
tad registered before noon today.
Those that came this morning were
nostly the members of the reception
ommittee and directors who are mating
preliminary plans for the big
neeting.
A meeting of the directors and the
nembers of the reception committee
hat are now here was held at the
totel at eleven o'clock this morning.
The regular business session of the
Jnderwriter's Association will start
omorrow morning. In all over one
mndred our of town visitors will he
n Fairmont to attend the annual
neeting. Many of the large insurince
companies of Baltimore, Philalelphla
and other large cities have
epresentatives to attend the assetnly.
ftev. L. L, Harris
Heads Harris Family
The Harris family with many kinolk
and friends, met In their second
mnual reunion on Saturday, August
15, in a beautiful grove on the farm
if Levi M. Harris near the mouth of
'rlcketts Creek.
In spite of unfavorable weather, a
arge crowd gathered, and everyone
tad a day of genuine enjoyment meetng
old friends and making new aeluaintances.
A bountiful dinner was spread unler
the oaks, and when it had been
njoyed to the full they took up more
han twelve baskets of the fragrants
hat remained, that nothing be ,wastid
in these perilous times.
* Knt ovooiipnt nrnerram was
arried out. Address of welcome. M
iV Harris; response. Pres. J J Haris;
devotional, Samuel Harris; adIress.
B F Uamage; reading, from
foel Chandler Harris. Willa Van GUIler;
a story, Ethel Harris; historical
ketch of the Harris family; Samuel
larris, closing pray and benediction
iv the president. Rev. J. J. Harris.
A notable person at this reunion
ras Uncle Levi Swisher, of Catawba,
ery vigorous and hearty in his niney-first
year.
Rev. J. J. Harris. 75 years old, the
ildest member of the Harris tribe, was
celected president; J J Long, of Ca-J
awba. ,vice president; E F Van Gil-{
ler, of Fairmont, secretary-treasurer, )
ind H L Harris, musician.
The association voted to hold the;
lext reunion at Catawba the last j
Sunday in August, 191S.
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prise drama entitled
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Home," a Paramount feature, and
one of the clever Chas. Hoyt
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GO WITH REGIMENT
Was Yesterday Granted
Leave of Absence By
Temple Congregation. ,
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It was decided at the morning service
of the M. P. Temple congregation
yesterday that Rev. Dr. J. C.
Broomfield, the pastor, should be
igranted a vacation so that he may
accompany the Fir t Regiment to the
Hattiesburg camp In the capacity of
religious secretary of the army Y. M.
C. A. at that point which will bs under
the genral sceretaryship of Secretary
Knight of the Fairmont Y. M. C.
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Dr. Broomfield who has taken great
interest in the war problems of the
nation ever since the adoption of the
war resolution has been eager to accompany
the men south. Since the
camp was established here ha has
been a freauent visitor and has taken
a deep personal Interest in the men,
with many of whom he is now personally
acquainted, and with all of whom
he is immensely popular because of
the optimism and vigor of his addresses.
Detailed plans for the future have
not yet been completed by Dr.
Broomfield. Mr. Knight who is now|
in Ashville attending a conference of j
men who will be in charge of the Y.
M. C. A. activities at the various!
camps in the south will come back to!
this city before going on to Hatties-j
burg, and upon his return he will he;
able to say when his staff, which will
also include John Reed of this city,
will go.
Fairmont Boys On
- Way To the Front;
Mrs. A- C. Ross, of Monroe street, j
has received word front her son.;
Charles, which indicates that the hospital
unit of which he is a member, is
now on Its way to the front. Young
Ross when he joined the medical corps
of the army was sent to Fort Sam Houston
at Sun Antonio, Texas, tor training.
Recently he wrote to his mother
from New Yorlc and yesterday she had
a letter which was written at Halifax,
Nova Scotia, announcing that he was
on board the steamer bapland which
was laying at that port for three days.
The letter came through Washington
but evidently had not been tampered
with in any way by the censors. In the
same ambulance corps with Ross ts
another local lad, James Sample, son
of W. S. Sample, of the Kast side.
Returned Home.
Miss Nellie Copeland, of Columbus, j
0., and Miss Jessie Erwin, of Steuben-1
ville, O., who had been the guests for j
the past three weeks of the former's
sister, Mrs. Frank Haas, on Fairmont
avenue, left this morning for their
homes. During their visit here Mr.
and Mrs. Haas and family and their
guests motored to the Alleghany Club
at Minnehaha Springs, W. Va.. and
spent two weeks. Saturday they motored
to Frostburg and Deer Park, Md? |
where they spent the week end- return- j
ing last evening. |
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Highest Standards
of Scholarship
Most Wholesome
Religious Influence
Happiest Student
Most Attractive |
Normal Course
for High School
Graduates With
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KILLED H DOG1
FINED TEN DOLLARS
Case Was Promptly Appealed
By Father of Accused
Driver.
John Ruseo, Jr. was before Mayor
Bowea tbis morning charged with
driving on the supposition that the
reckless manner and killing a dog belonging
to J. E. Watson. The accident
occurred in front of the Watson
home at Eighth street on Saturday.
The dog which was a full
blooded Great Dane was highly valued
by its owner and its death is
considered a great loss.
Two witnesses, who are employed
by Mr. Watson and who were washing
the sidewalk when the accident
occurred were examined. Both testified
that Russo was not exceeding
twelve miles per hour, while one
heard the driver blow his horn to get
th6 dog out of the way. Russo Btates
that he was in a hurry but took time
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10 810W -up wnen ue saw iu? uuB mm
steered his ear slightly toward the
oposlte side of the street. He was
driving on the suopposition that the
dog would get out of his way when
he blew his horn. Russo was queswho
represented .Mr. Watson In the
case.
After hearing the evidence Mayor
Bowen imposed a fine of ten dollars.
John Russo, the father of the boy was
present and immediately arranged
the bond to appeal the case to a higher
court.
Harry Heintzelman who was before
.Mayor Bowen at a special session of
court Saturday evening charged with
exceeding the speed limit out Fairmont
avenue was dismissed. Policeman
Ward was the only witness for
the city while the defendent had several
witnesses to 6tate that he was
not exceeding the speed limit.
Grant Town Adds
Another Victory
The Grant Town baseball team added
another to Its long string of victories
yesterday when It took over a select
team from Farmington In a onesided
game [daved on the Grant Town
field by s score of 6 0. The Grant
Town nine which was somewhat weakened
by the absence of several regular
members of the team played their
usual good game. CnBel for the Farminptcn
team was lilt freely while Ilnims
who was 011 the mound for Grant Town
let tlte Farmingtnnlans down on four
scattered hits. The score by Innings
is as follows: " R. H. K
Farmintgon .. .0 0 000 0 0 0 0?0 4 1
Grant Town .. .1 1 1020 0 1 0?6 9 1
Batteries: Grant Town, Heims and
Hawkins; Farmington, Gabel and
Catet.
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The "dog killing campaign" started
In full sway within the city this morning
after a Friday and Saturday vacation
on the part ot the officers In
charge. '
For the first time In many Monday
mornings there were no drunks before
Xspoj joatoi erfj (
"Major Anthony Bowen" la the address
that was found on a letter received
at the city hall this morning.
Chief of Police Fred Harr Is making
quite a hit today attired in a new uniform.
He refuses to tell whether his
cap and uniform are new or whether
they are his old ones touched up with a !
few drops ot benzine and a few strokee
of the clothes brush. !
City Cleric Ainert j. Kern is among
the local Knights of Pythias who are ; ]
attending the meeting of the grand |
lodge that is being held in Bluefield, W.
Va. today. During his absence. Commissioner
of Finance J. Walter Barnes
Is In charge of tbp records.
M
Plummer Berry Is
Buried Today
On account of the delay In arrival
here Saturday evening of the funeral
I party conveying the body of Plummer
Berry from N'ew Philadelphia.
Ohio, funeral services, which were to
havo been held Sunday, were postponed
until this afternoon. The body
arrived here Sunday morn^,. and
were taken to the homo of the iatherin-law
of the deceased, W. 11. Johnson,
near Katy. Funeral services were
held this afternoon and the body was
intored in Woodlawn cemetery
I for Salej
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Located at
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near Wort
li 9.11 Acres, wit
| Glay Under 26
I comprising 471 acres, subj<
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building and paving bricksing
Room; 4 kilns, capacit;
brick platforms; siding, etc
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Iftea Era Brand returned yesterday*
rom Atlantic City where the hadK,
pent the lut eereral week*.
LONGING I
FOR fl CHILDl
Young Wife Almost In De*l
pair. Now has Beautiful I
Baby GirL
There 1* nothing' more charming than!
I happy and healthy mother of children|H
and indeed child-birth under the righfl
conditions need be no hazard to heajfl
or beauty. Lydia E. Pinkham'e
etable Compound has brought joy^H
many childless women by restoring the^H
to normal health. Here is a notable easel
Omaha, Neb.?"I suffered from fe-M
male troubles when I was
vk: JT j could do and I eoolfl
< not have children^
jBB H I read of Lydia &
m'' JH Pinkham'e Vegafl
t r -JM table Compound anfl
I. uJtmi decided to try itfl
i~955Hand it has proimH
worth its weight'in gold to me for I
not only well DUt have a baby girl. Mj
when 1 hear of any woman Buttering alfl
1 was 1 tell her of Lydia G. Pinkham'i J
Vegetable Compound."?run. w,
Hughes,19 Majestic Apts.,Omaha,Nsb.
In many other homes, once childless,
there are now children because of th(
fact that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound makes women normal,
bealtby and strong.
Brick Plant I
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Annabelle,
1 County, West Virginia,
;hington
h 10-foot Vein of
Pieces of Land
jet to certain rights of
mfacture of high grq^e I
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