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|5: p ?: : Pi BASEB; f am will i ' BUM HOPEVEU X)ne Sided Game Saturday I Was Witnessed By a Large Crowd. I ? Hopewell lost a nine Inning game b Of the Cburch-lndustrlal league to lite p v Monongah Glass nine last Saturday, 8 p*. - 1 the score being 7 to 0. The game was r, witnessed by a large crowd and al- t though the contest was decidedly one- t! sided it had its exciting moments. j o Hopewell made a number of ineffec- o tual attempt to rally and succeeded a it number of times in getting men on tl second and third but Joyce,?twlrler for the glass men, kept his nerve and his t control in the pinches and succeeded h In shutting his opponents out. Hard '] bitting' by the glass men and frequent '> errors by Hopewell were responsible for the walkaway victory of the former. |S( The score: !l HOPEWELL? AI1. It. H. P. A. E. " J. BuDner, 3b 3 0 0 1 2 2 " E. Moran, If 4 0 0 3 1 1 |s A. Bunner, ss 4 0 0 1 1 3 , Morrison, p 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 E. Boice, lb-3b 3 0 0 2 1 1 '' H. Moran, lb 3 0 1 8 0 1 , C. Reed, c 3 0 0 7 4 0 ' W. Reed, cf 3 0 1 1 0 0 ; r J. Rogers, rf 3 0 0 1 0 0 t Garner, 2b 1 0 0 1 I 1 J j Totals 30 0 2 27 11 10 ? ; ' MONONGAH? AH. It. H. P, A. 10. s Decker, 3b ,4 1 1 1 6 1 g Brown, 2b 5 1 1 2 3 0 p Burns, cf 4 1 2 0 0 0 a C. Long, If 5 1 1 2 0 0 " X) Kelt oo . 4 o 0 2 1 0 h Byor, lb 4 1 0 14 1 1 Jerkins, rf 4 1 0 I) 0 <) t H. Long, c 4 0 2 6 0 0 s Joyce, p 4 1 0 0 1 0 |> Totals 37 7 7 27 13 4 ' Moncngah Glass ....011) 0 024 00?7 <' Hopewell 00 0 0 00 000?0 1 Stolen bases, E. Moran, Decker. J' Brown, Bums, Jerkins. Double plays, lf A. Banner to E. Bolce to H. Moran; ri Decker to Byer to H. Long; R. Belt to Brown to Myer. Left on bases, Monon- ' gah Glass, 6; Hopewell, 3. First base 1 on errors, Monotigah, 7; Hopewell, 4. Baso on balls, off Moran, 2. Struck out, by Morrison, 10; by Joyce, 4. Umpire, Toothman. Time, 1:25. mm \ 11 ' TOO CARELESS! ^Hi . i b BY PAUL PURMAN. b The White Sox should win the H American league pennant. ^ Predictions at this time are con fronted by pitfalls and snares for the v unwary and the Red Sox are not out '> of the race by a whole lot. But right now the White Sox look [ like the winning club, the club which }' will be able to keep out in the lead '' unless the breaks are too tough to 11 overcome. 11 I have watched both clubs during c the last invasion of the eastern teams v and the White Sox have consistently 11 refuted the most serious charge made j1 against them?that they haven't the 1: nerve in the pinch. 3 I havo heard this charge made by 1 ballplayers on other clubs and then seen the Sox go out and win games against these same players when the odds seemed hopelessly against them. The most serious charge that can be made 'against the White Sox is that they are inclined to be careless. If they lose to Boston it will be on account of this fault. e Twice this season the Sox have been forced out of first place. c Once this occurred when the club i: I was playing away from home and at a Boston at that. \ If the White Sox had not beon a 1 nervy club It would never have pull- J ed out of that hole. Again they fell behind at home. / with the Red Sox looming up as their V next adversaries. They won the games they needed and climbed bach t into ths lead. v The White Sox have tho nerve. They have played the best ball of ; the eeason with Buck Weaver, one of a the best ,lf not the best, third baseman in the business absent from the ? lineup. L It the Sox did not have nerve the ? teamwork would have Buffered wheu v Weaver broke his flngr. Th White Sox have fewer games p to play than Boston, otherwise the schedule of one Is about as difficult i as that ot the other. c These two teams must clash agin, the next time at Boston. 1 It mar be that the pennant race r will be decided then, but it is more ( likely that the White Sox will go Into e that series with a big enough load that that series will not be consider- r ed "crucial." .? The Red Sox have been known as ; an aggregation which would win when t it had to win. c While this has been true this year to a certain gxtent, the White Sox i have also been able to win when they ; had to and hare prevented the Red t . ' Sox from winning when the games c meat the White Sox would skid iulo i second place. x There is no yellow streak in the t White Sox, they should win. v * 1 r Tm Osnssnt. r Mrs. George Thomas Watson Is en- [ tartalning ths members ot the younger 1 " set at tee danaant at Boss Hill Irom tour until elx o'clock today, honoring Miss Peggy Pulton, of Bardstown, Ky., | who is the attractive house gueet of Mrs. Bdwln Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Graeber and daughter, Mlas Ruth, returned last night from a visit with relatives In Shamoktn, Pa. Mr. Oraeber has also Jtoen tttNewarfc, H. J, end PhOadel-J^.' VLL x 1 IE? 11 GARAGE loomnw s City's Most Pretentious Automobile Sales and Service Plant. Tomorrow the Hall Garage Comany's new building on Meredith treet opposlto the postoffice will be oaily for occupancy. Some minor deails will remain to be finished, but his work will not bo hindered by the ccupants, and the present quarters (the company aro bo cramped that : was deemed advlsablo to move at he earliest possible moment. The no wstructuro is moro preentious than anything yet erected ere in the garage line, being 47x74 cet, and threp stories high. It is rick with concrete floor. The third oor Is to be used for storage. The econd floor will be used for repairing nd will also contain tho business ofces of tho Company. Tho ground oor will bo used for washing and torlng. while one room in front will e used as a show and sales room, mmedlately in its rear one room .will e handsomely fitted up as a ladies' rnom nri rltllft mom OH tllft OD osite side of the cntranco will be sed for accesssories. The llall Gaage company being distributors for hirteen counties in this state, they /ill carry a large stock of parts for lieir cars and already a carload of arts Is ready to bo placed In their tock room and catalogued. A. 500allon gasoline tank with o-gallon limp has been placed at the door, nd autoists %an avail themselves of juice" uny time, as tho garago will ave night as well as day service. The llall Garago Company was charered March 2S, 1917, with a capital toe kof $23,000. Its list of stockolders contains some of the best usincss men of the city from whom ho following officers havo been hosen: Charles Morris, Pres., C. O. ordray and M. W. Ogden, vice preslent, Herbert Morris, secretary. Rol> Conlcy, Esq., treasurer, T. L. Cord ay, general manager. Though in operation only a short me, the company has made very satsfnetory progress. Agencies have een established in eighteen towns nd cities in their district, and a! trong selling organization Is being ffcctcd throughout tlieir entiro teritory. This is reflected in their sales liicil total 38 cars during tho month if July. In tho Liberty Loan Bond ales contest put on tho Maxwell 'ompany, the Hall arage Company j ron a Thousand Ilollnr Liberty Loan | ond In the division of cities between 0,000 and 23,000. Tho National Econ>my contest was also entered, and ome very good mileage records made >y Fairmont Maxwell drivars, the est of which was mado by Dr. O. C. iill who got more mileage out of a a'.Ion of gasoline than any other West j .'irginian entrant, getting 34 miles. ] t. G. Heck, in a subsequent contest von a fifty dollar liberty loan bond y getting 32.7 miles to the. gallon. It Is the intantion of the company o carry a complete Hue of accessories ,and do all kin dot repair work, Deluding vulcanizing. Expert repairaen will have charge this departuent, and the most up to date maliinery installed, insuring a class of ,-ork not heretofore obtainable. The | ocatlon is readily accessible, and the lew firm is receiving the congratuations of its friends on the splendid ervice. and equipment It is offering lie automobile fraternity. PERSONALS fj Paul Fleming will leave this week or Washington to work in the gov- j rnment ordnano* ??artment. Paul Crowl, who has been a mahinist In the Maxwell Motors works a Detroit, is visiting his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. IV. A. Crowl, of tho Eighth rard. lie will leave this week for Sattlo Creek, to go into camp with ilichlgan's drafted. Mrs. I. C. Moore has returned from 'larksburg, whero she was a visitor or a week. Mrs. Lloyd E. Moore returned yeserday from Tunnelton after having isitcd relatives for a week. I'rof. eorge H. Coiebank went to s'ew Martinsville today to conduct , teacher's institute. Miss Edith eorge, of Philippl, spent iunday here the guest of Miss Lucilo .ough at her homo on Locust avenue. !he was en route home from a visit iith friends in Morgantown. Walker Doak, of Washington, Pa., s tho guest of relatives in the city. Omar Lough, of Pittsburg, Is visitng relatives in the city for several lays. Mr nnrf Mrs L. "ROCCS Anfl the atter'B mother, Mrs. Newton Kenledy, of Bon Avon, Pa., motored to Clarksburg Saturday and spent the ivenlng. Miss Winifred Murphy returned last light from Clarksburg where she had pent several days. Prior to her visit n Clarksburg sho spent ten days at ho W'ebgter Springs hotel, Webster Springs. The Misses Dorothy Howard and .ouiso Conn have returned from Pt.1 Harion, Pa., whore they had spent; he last several weeks at the home if the lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .oman Conn. Miss Delia Sharp returned yesterlay from Reedsvllle, Preston county, i-he re she bad spent two weoks with elatives. Her nepnew, Masters jonn ind Karl Fisher, who accompanied icr remained 'with relatives for a ongr visit. C ASTORIA For infants snd^Chlldrea In Use For Over 30 Years ZZZt&ms; BOWLING Swiff f Fiiiniis Some Notable Gatherings Were Held In County Yesterday. Many of the prominent groves Is Marion county were the scenes yesterday of family reunions, some of which wore conducted on a large scale. The day was ideal for out of door events, being neither too cool or too warm and each reunion was well attended. Prominent among the events was the Arnett family reunion at Georgetown. Georgetown and vicinity Is the ancestral home of the Arnetts and as the event has been celebrated annually ior a number of years, the relation ship Is well maintained and the reunion anticipated with pleasure by the members of the family and connections. Tile principal address of the event yesterday was delivered by Col. Thos. Hodges, of Morgantown. It was an able effort and was heard with Interest by a large audience. Rev. G. D. Smith, of Moundsville. formerly pastor of the First M. E. church here and a former resident of Hagans also made an address reminiscent of his boyhood days. Music was rendered during the afternoon by Melville Pratt and his family, residents of Georgetown. A tinge of sadness marked the reunion yesterday in that the president of the organization, Coleman Arnett, had died on the Thursday of last week and his body was Interred the day previous to the reunion. Plans for postponing the leunion for this reason were abandoned however when the interest of the deceased president In the event was recalled. C. C. Arnett, of Rivesvilie, was elected to the office of president. It was voted to hold the reunion at the same place and date next year. Among the members of the family from Fairmont present were: Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. Arnett, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Arnett nnd sons, Gilbert and Junior; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Arnett and two sons; Miss Ethel Eennctt, of Grafton; Mrs. Sam Leeper, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Peppers and daughter, Mary, th? latter three of I'arkersburg; Mr. and 1 Mrs. O. P. Lough, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. j Miller, Mrs. George Amos, Rev. and Mrs G. D. Smith, of Moundsville. Froml Morgantown. former Governor W. E.I Glamcock nnd family were among the I guests. The Hoult Reunion. i The Hoult family reunion which wn' held at Aurora Park near Hoult drea large number of the family and the; friends there. A program featured tn event, the principal speakers at which were O. S. McKinney, Rev. C. H. Mer;, A DALZELL USER ! COMES TO FRONT , FOR NERV-WORTTi Mrs. Clara King Praises Tonic and J. W. Farley Seconds the Motion. These two most convincing state menta were very recently made in writing to the Marietta Nerv-Worth! druggist: Will S. Richards?I can truthfully say I have used one bottle of NervWorth and the benefits I have received HAVE BEEN WONDERFUL. And J would gladly recommend it to anyone In as nervous condition as I was. MRS. CLARK KING, Dalzell, Ohio. Now note what J. W. Farley, of Mar iA ^nnnntlv icua tsttiu ycij icwcii it;. "I have suffered greatly with I stomach trouble and nervousness for some time. After taking one bottle of Xerv-Worth 1 feel greatly improved. I WOULD ADVISE ALL SUFFERERS TO TRY A BOTTLE OF NERVWORTH." Crane's Drug Store sells NervWorth in Fairmont. Your dollar back If It does not do for YOU what it did for Mrs. King and Mr. Farley, Cameos, Brooches anil Rings Are very popular pieces of Jewelry. * We have a large ! assortment i Prices $4.00 ! to $50.00 The HALLMARK Store B03 dith and Her. T. O. Meredith. Golden Hoult, president ot the association, presided at the meeting at which music was a prominent feature. The big dinner which was served under the trees was a triumph for the culinary skill of the women members of the family. Golden Hoult was re-elected president of the organization and Miss Gladys Watklna was made secretary. Olio Watkins, the former secretary, has resigned on account of entering the army serrice. Carpenters Hold Reunion. At the Shaw school bouse, ten miles from the city on the east side, the Carpenter family reunion which is one of the largest in this section, was held yesterday. The ideal day brought out the membera of their family in large numbers who partook of a splendid noon day dinner. In the afternoon a program was rendered the speakers of the afternoon being Rev. W. D. Reed, of the Diamond Street M. E. church; Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Cox. J. W. Carpen ter and William Haney. the latter gave a historical sketch of the Carpenter family. The Farmers' Sohb' Chorus composed of young men of the East side and vicinity rendered excellent music The officers elected for the ensuing year were as follows: President, J. W. Carpenter; vice president, Walter Car penter; secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Lillian Carpenter Ford: board of directors, William Hall, William Haney and D. A. Carpenter. ?> Woman's Club Attention. Members of the Woman's club who have changed their street addresses since the publication of the last year book are requested to telephone the notify Mrs. Frank Haas, of the changed address by Friday. Bell phone No. 694. i Pr A< x xt After estabh or ove, obJiget. vance In the and al. ad vane what t. We ar of eith the prj After the hig we wii price c We ha tinue t vou caj * Jn ord< and th on han of $17, Sep ten On anc and pa The f a MlI HAi f ?*' '+ 1 ^ ?"" 1 r* v^? JNG Baptists To Play M, P. Team Tonight Baptists will clash with the Methodist Protestants this evening on the East Park diamond and the contest, ' according to the dope of the fans, wiLi In all probability prove very Interesting. The Baptists are leading the league at present and will make every effort to continue doing so. The M. P. nine has been working hard to Improve and Is much stronger than it has been In the past. A practice game will me played by the Baptist teams on the East Park grounds tomorrow evening and all members of the team are expected to report The team manager declares that leading the league is a task that us - J-U ~en fho will auiua \jl uu oiiiutciiuD vu ??w , part of any members of the team and he utges them all to take advantage of the practice game to Improve. Watson Team Twice Defeats Outlaws, The Consolidation Coal company' baseball team of Watson was In mid-! season form yesterday when It took a double-header from the Monongah Out-1 laws in two well played games on the Watson field. The first game was played In the i morning resulting in a 6-3 victory for the Watson lads. The second contest: which was staged in the afterpoon and which was witnessed by a large crowd of fans, was a more Interesting game with a 5-4 score against the visitors. ice Or Qui lain We Q having operated for 'shing the reputation of rcoat at $15, no more, n i a year ago in order to our price to $17. year that has since pas I other materials enteri :ed so abnormally that tl hey did two years ago. e, therefore, again smai er reducing our standa ice. very careful calculation hestdegree of ingenuitj 11 be able to maintain tl mly $5. ve put this price so low o make high class garn n buy them ready-made. er to give oar) customer at they may get the bein d, we will continue opei , no more, no less, up 2her 20 th. > yif&i*> ! after Sept. 21st, 1917 ? i tented,tr.aae<nprK: "r.^\ '* Cp f'; J J STABUSMSD^_^^l ?? TO OROOi Qwtand T 106 M ? . __ * ' OTHER SI iaborers- F 30c an hour; steady employment as ; aured; day work only; from efficient men In the labor gang our operators are picked; they earn from 37J4c to 45c per hour. Transportation refund-! gd alter 90 days steady work. Apply At employment offices, Aetna Chemical Co., Oakdale, Pa. People of critical taster find in "BONA- the drinking quality that satisfies. Be particular! Insist upon | Bona Roffee At all *^Itrce's^s? grocers. (BONAM 0. W. Ptirct Ct. |i I I Ulf V tMtniMtu' J Coffee Xoaetere OIVPEIRCECXI __ Lafayette, Ind. ? VMP^aNPWMMMMil I ility?Which loose Qualit fourteen and a half y making to order the bes o less, in America, we maintain our quality, t( sed, wool, cotton, linen, ng into men's clothes, lese supplies cost fully d ck up against the propo; rd of quality or increi n, we find that by exerc t and efficiency in prodrn lat standard by advancin, < that it will enable us to nents tc order, cheaper s due notice of the adv efit of the materials we rating at our present , to and including Thur this will be our copyrii ]olen Mills President rousersJ18 AIN ST >ORTS Set of Teeth $8 GUARANTEED 10 YEARS / ^r^KH| t;own and bridge wort, St.M. Tooth fillings, 60c and up. ' Examinations zjxi ettlmaUs FREE. Dental methods bave totally changed In the last'lew yean and to get tne beat'of dentistry, rnninlt a (ipnLlfit who la DrSC using tlio late methods. I We guarantee oar work. Office on Main street opposite _ Court House, over 5'and 10 Cent p Store. The Union Dentists Bell Phone 921 J. TRY A WANT AD ?->8 ? La y ?ears,, t suit wera ) adsiik have out 19 - - - m sition ising ising : tioat g ouF j coi3thai! unco, have price , sday, ihied j Cd 02 xusr | I