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Town Talk
MOVING PICTURE FUNNIES.
cut out the p.c:i:rt ol -.. .cu. o.ues.
Tben carefully told dotted line 1 Iti
I entire length. Then dotted line 2, and
eo on. Fold each section underneath
accurately. When completed turn
over and you'll find a surprising resuK.
Save the pictures.
THE WEATHER.
y > \ West Virginia?
( GcSU' BUT J Fair and warmer
tonight, Thursday
,A Local Readings
F- P. Hall, Ob.
,Y/J Temperature at
S A. M. today 52.
Yesterday's
ojig&v*"-. weather clear;
temperature), maximum
SO; minings
-i~ mum 47 . preciplJb.'
tatlon none.
EVENTS TONIGHT.
Prayer meeting tonight.
Odd Fellows hall?Palatine lodge.
K. of P. Hall?Royal Arcanum.
Modern Woodmen hall?Fairmont
lodge A. 0. U. W.
Discourage Making of Bon Fires?,
Uneasiness has been caused by a number
of residents of the outlying dls-j
iiitiu ui r turmont neiause cnuaren
have kindled bon fires. Fear is ex-|
L psessed that the children may set!
themselves on fire. There is also an
element of danger of nearby reali
?> >' estate catching fire.
I
Presbyterian Organ Soon completed]
?Within five or six days the organ
in the new Presbyterian church will
be completed. The A. B. Felgemaker
Organ Company, of Brie, which has
the contract, expects to wind up the
work not later than on Monday ori
Tuesday of next week.
>
Many Women Swim?Yesterday r
seventy-five women swam in the pool]
at the Y. M. C. A. This is an unusually
large showing. The women are]
allowed half hour swimming periods]
.on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
afternoon. The schedule of the women
as as follows: Matrons. 10?111
A. M.; Juniors. 4:15. 5 P. M.; HiglM
' School girls, 5:15, 6 P. M.; Business
girls, 7:30 to 8:30 P .M. on the days
previously mentioned.
Rural Carriers (Needed?Rural mail
harriers are in demand in this county.
Examinations which were scheduled
to take plat e at, Manntngton and
Fairmont October 13, for a carrier
for a route running out of Worthlngton
will now he called upon to fill the
vacancies for routes running out of
this city. Giovers Gap and Metz ill addition
to Worthington Application
blanKs tor this examination may lie
obtained from Hie postoffice at Manntngton
and Fairmont.
Former Grandmaster Here?Addressing
the members of Marlon [
I Lodge, No. U, l. U. u. lorrner rns..1
Master Henry F. Woody, ot tlte Gr?.nd |
Lodge ot Odd Fellows ot West Virginia,
was very favorably received on
last evening when lie paid his dr3t
visit to the lodge. He did not conre
In an official capacity, but bappetn-d
Into Fairmont and visited the lo Ige
Mr. Woody on other occasions ban
visited local higher Odd Fellows bodies.
His home is in McMechen, Marshall
county. A number ol' Pennsylvania
brethren were present and responded.
To Celebrate Anniversary?By tlte
rendition of a pleasing program He
local lodge of the Daughters of Kebekah
will celebrate the anniversary
ef the Grand Lodge of the order next
Monday evening in Odd Fellows' nail
The local lodge was Instituted hi
Appointed Special Officer?While )
the regular police officers are attR"."l
lng Federal, court In Martlnsburg this
week, a special officer. Clarence Eck
els. has been sworn In to assist in
policing the streets of Fairmont. He
was recently sworn In by City C'.erU j
Will Address Teachers?Prof. Walter
Barnes of the Ennglish department
of the Fairmont State Normal school
will address the district teachers
meeting to be held at Hundred this
War Hut No Longer?Attaches of
the Fairmont Y. M. C-. A. today took
the last equipment from the Y. M. 0.
A. war hut on the Fairmont Fair
grounds today.
Elks Home From Deer Park?Persons
who attended the Elks, reunion
at Deer Park, Md? on Monday and
Tuesday returned today to Fairmont.
The local "Hello Bills," who made the
trip included W. S. Black, clerk of the
circuit court; C. H. Nelll, Clyde Hayes.
?,... . ui^nib iobi. ana jonn F. Barry, all
delegates from Fairmont Lodge, No.
SM; A. M. Rowe, J. W. Merryman, L.
B. "Wborter, William A. Watson, Jr .
k. 3. Colborn and others. All stats
B ( they bad a great time. A number ot
Kg " "the Fairomnters made the trip by auB
. Building New Road?A new road is
lilng built by the ctly from the Bar ?;'
, vckville road up to the crematory
the road will greatly facilitate the
lauling of garbage during the cold
- '"%* 'S^V pa*-:
" " ' *' ' ' tfc;
FRANCE S SAVIOUR
WILL BE PROUD OF
HIS U. S. NEPHEW
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PLAINF1ELD, N. J., Sept: 10.?The
United StateB army has a private in
the ranks who is a nephew of Marshal
Joilre, the hero of the Marne and
"saviour of France."
He is Andrew Reid IV., member of
an old Baltimore family and son of a
sister of the famous French marshal.
He was accepted a week ago as a pri
vate in the aviation section of the
United States army.
Private Reid told his classmates
why he entered the service of Unc,e
Sam.
"I feel like a lot of other Americans,"
he said. "I feel that 1 wouldn't care
to face the future unless 1 had done
my duty in this present crisis. I'd never
dare face my uncle, Marshal Joffro,
unless 1 were in uniform."
Private Reid, 26, is a graduate of
St. John's Military school at Annapolis,
Md. His mother recently* gave
000 to found an ambulance unit in
France.
winter months when the roftds become
bad.
Two Garbage Trucks?Both of the
Ford garbage trucks that will .ike
care of the ctiy garbage during ine
winter and that will later operate on
u rnirttlof e,ilin/l..u. - - J -
?. vguiai atiicuuic die 11UW Oil
Because of wrecks t-ud the railroad
delays Sanitary Officer 11 olden naf
had quite a bit of trouble in getilng
the two trucks iu peration.
O'Neal Back?It. L. O'Neal, manager
of The Fairmont returned to this citv
this morning after a business trip of
several da}s in Huntington in the in
terests of The Frederick, a hotel in
that city of which he is manager.
Official Board to Most?A meeting .of
the Official Board e? the First Methodist
Episcopal church will be held tomorrow
evening. following the Prayer
service. Matters of business pertaining
to the closing up of tile ye.ira
work will be attended to at this (net ting
which will p'-obably be the last
meeting ol the Board for the confer
ence year.
A Brilliant Woman Speaker?Miss
Laura Uerould Cralgg of Buffalo. N.
V., will speak next Sunday night at
the Central Christian church. Miss
Craig Is a representative of the Christian
Woman's Board of Missions of
the Christian church and is touring
West Virginia under the auspices of
the state organization. As the State
convention of the Christian church
meets in Fairmont in 1918, Mrs. Craig
is anxious that all the women of the
Central Christian church be out in
full force next Sunday night. The pub
lie will have an opportunity to hear
a brilliant speaker in Mrs. Craig.
Usual Caution Printed?In keeping
with the annual custom of Dr. L. N.
i osi, county health officer has turned
over to H. C. Toothman, county superintendent
of schools, several thousand
printed circulars urging the school
children to guard against diseases.
The two distinct articles mentioned
on the circular are: "Typhoid Fever
Can be Prevented" and "Alphabet for
School Children in the Prevention of
Tuberculosis."
Deeds Recorded Today?Deeds are
recorded today as follows by A. G.
Martin, clerk of the county; Alice R.
Miller and J. ('. Miller, her husband,
J. C. Miller to E. T. Iveiley, lot No. 45
in Billingsleys addition in the ci/y of
Fairmont, SI; Elide G. Wilson, et Ux, to
Gaetano Gargarolla, lnt in the city of
Fairmont. S1540; 1". R. Fluharty and
E. J. Fluharty, executors of the late
Harmon Fluharty, 5781 ; Trevvy Nutter,
trustee to Idlabel Dawson for a
lot in the City of Fairmont, $100.
Recruiting Officer?Tomorrow and
Friday a navy recruiting office will be
open at the Hotel Manley and the
men who wish to Join that branch of
the national service will be examined,.
Maurer at Old Home?D. A. Maurer,
Hjnl
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^RiosrwQl
commercial engineer of the Monongahela
Valley Traction company accompanied
by Mrs. Manrer and their little
daughter recently motored to Mlnersvllle,
Pa., Mr. Usurer's old home,
for a vacation of several weeks.
Normal Clock Again Rune?After being
out of. commleslon for several
daye the clock ata the old Normal
school waa started again last evening.
Qlaae for Deveny Building?An Interested
crowd late yesterdaysfternoon
watched the unloading of two
large packing cases containing the
plate glass for the show windows In
the Deveny building. Today workmen
are putting the glass In place.
Address to Army Men?Tonight Rep
resenttlve M. M- Neely will make an
aaaress 10 me men summoned to the
National army In Doddridge county at
a meeting which will be held at Mount
Union for the purpose.
.1
DEATH OF AN INFANT
Ida Belle Caudlll aged three months,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caudlll
of Jamison mine No. 9 died yesterday
at Cook hospital after an Illness
which had extended practically
through her brief life. She was brought
to the hospital several days ago for
treatment. The body was taken to
Davis Ridge this morning and this
afternoon was interred in the cemetery
there by Undertaker Musgrave and
Son.
Earth and Moon.
Fifty moons would equal the earth
in volume, although It would take 81
times-the mass of the moon to equal
the mass of our planet as the lunar
density Is only six-tenths that of the
earth. The entire surface of the moon
about equals North and South America
In area, though about 40 per cent of
this stir^ace we can never see, since
our satellite always turns the same
face t-wfird us.
. *
C. ...tg a "Sick" Thermometer.
To reunite the particles of mercury
or other liquid which have become Sep|
nrnted in a thermometer raise it to the
! level of the extended arm. the bulb outward.
and Jolt the tube with a quick
downward stroke. Repeat this, not too
vigofar.f.'.y. until the liquid returns to
Its prposition.
4 ?
Learning From Birds.
Many wise suggestions come to one
who observes the ways and traits of
birds. Study of birds well repays the
< .Tor; ii demands. Respect for animal
life and bird life humanizes us. The
greatest and best of mankind have
been tender and loving to animal life.
The more wo become friends of the
birds the more we shall feel the force
of the text. "Not one sparrow shall
| (all to the ground without your Father.
1-Yar ye not. therefore, ye pro of more
I value than many snarrows."?Milwnu.
kee Journal.
? ?
Eurlocl Treasure Recovered.
Kin," John of England is credited
with having recovered In the thirteenth
century plate, coin and .levels worth
S],000/CO or more thnt hod been burled
In one place beneath the
Roman - all in Northumberland, and
it Is art.;:ncd that similar finds in other
places are still possible.
? ?
The Helping Hand.
"He who makes of himself an uplifting
force for others will himself he
lifted up; he who helps others on the
downward path cannot ascend. The,
man who Is always ready to give his
fellow man a shore downward Is a
poor climber. The man whose hand
ts always a helping hand finds helping
hands everywhere reaching down
to give him a pull upward."
Our Created Pleasures.
J. Fuller Gloom?Our fondest hopes
go hand In hand with the realization
of their utter futility. I yearn to see
a long;bearded man get his whiskers
tangled in one of those taffy-twisting
machines that we observe In the candy
stores, but of course there is not one
chance In a million that X sliull ever
have the plensure.?Kansas City Star.
SAVE TH1
| AMERICAN F)
NUMBEfi
Present ttiree ol these coupons
1 of The West Virginian with ?8c cai
with sewed stripes, guaranteed fast
Realizing the need of every family li
Flag to display on patriotic holidays,
number of our readers at ridiculously
price of flags has almost doubled in t
to clip 8 of the above coupons consei
The West Virginian office with 88 cei
cents extna for mailing if not called f<
FRECKLES AND HIS I
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VNODLO MAY O , \T
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FRATERNAL NOTICES
COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS
Fairmont Council No. 497 United
Commercial Travelers, meets first Saturday
evening In each month in Maccabee
Hall. I- K Bennett. Sec'y.
KNIGHTS CI- MALTA
Mountain State Ccnimandery, No.
446, A. ft 1. O., Knights of Malta,
meets every Thursday evening at 7:60,
In third floor Cunningham building,
over Ideal theatre. Sir J. N. Chllson
Sir Knight Commander, Sir K. L. KinKead,
P- C? Recorder.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Mountain City Lodge No. 4S. Meets
In Third floor, Fleming 31dg., Thursday
evenings 7.in. 1. il. Hall, Master
of Finance; It. L. Miller. K. of
R. and S.
Marlon Lodge No. Z\. Meets at Market
and Merchant Streets. F*rat Ward, ever*
Tuesday evening.
Monumental Ledge No. .01. Meets ID *
pyrman nodgs Room. Bai racKvine, every
Tuesday evening. {
PYTHIAN SISTERS. "
Pythian Sisters instead ot Rathbone
Sisters, meets each second and fourth I.
Tuesday hvening in K. ot P. Hall. j
Millie Evans, M. of K. and C.
Mountain City Temple .No. 5. Pythian
Bisters. Meets e't-ry l'uetday evening In
Fleming Bids. j
BROTHERHOOD RAILWAY <
TRAINMEN
O, C. Willis, president; E 11. Hold- (
en, secretary. Mets second Sunday '
of each month at 1:30 p. m. and last
unday of each month at 7:30 p. m., In
the Red Men's hall. ;
WOMAN'S BENEFIT ASSOCIATION j
OF THE MACCABEES
Marion Review No. 30 meets every
Tuesday evening. Maccabee Hall, Main
street. Mrs. Olive E. Harden, record !
keeper.
LOYAL~ORDER OF MOOSE
Fairmont Lodge N'o. 0. Meets ev- '
ery Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock '
in the Moose Home. 41S .letfersou
street. It. L>. Harden. Secy.
GERMAN BENEFICIAL UNION
Meets second and lourtli Sundays
of each month at ll'J Jackson street.
Ernest Echivaner president; H. C.
Voelker. Sec.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
White Camp No. 5473, Modern
Woodmen ot America. Meets every
Friday evening at their hall In the
Skinner Sidy.. C. W. Walker. Clerk.
Modern Wooden ot America Monon
gahela Camp N'o. 14637 meets every
Monday, 7:30 p. m. Hall on Merchant,
St. Mont llevault; Ralph Counney.
Sec
THE PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE.
Fairmont Circle No. 61$meets every
Monday evening at 7:30 in the Maca
bee's Hall. Mam street
a. u. u. v/.
meets uu tile second and fourth
Monday In eacn month. J H. Kiukead,
Rec.; W. A. Ctowl. Rep, G. Lodge.
Degree ot Honor, auxiliary to the A. j
t). L W., meets first and tourth Mon I
day ol each uioum. Mrs. A. 1'. Jones, i
Lady Chief ot Houoi.
fl. P. 0. E.
. Fairmont Lodge No. 2U4. Meats At
Elks Home, 4iy Alain street. near Mad
ieon, every Tuesday evening at -7:30
o'clock. Charles L>. Barry, Bee., 228
High Btren.
1. O. o. F.
Mari-ju Lodge No. il. MeeLi every
Tueso.'iy in Odd Fellows Hail. W. S.
Bluer, Sec.
Halauue Lodge Nc. &4. Meets every
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock In
Odd Fellows Hail, corner Main and Monroe
streets. W. H. Stonekiug.
Mountain City Encampment No. 5.
Meets in Odd Fellows Hall on the first
and third Friday s of each month. C. H.
Higgle. Scribe.
Vatriarchs Mii'taui. Meets In Odd
Fellows Hall l uursday e* euiags. . H.
\V. .Stonekiug. t amtam; Harlan Miller,
Cierk.
LAUGH T ERd OP .7EEEKAH.
West Virginia Lodge No. 64. Meets
every MuiuIji*. nmlit hi . o'clock a: odd
Fellows Had.
LADIES' ODDER GOLDEN* UKXS.
Meets at Cunnintilrim Hall. Jefferson
street. Fairmont every Tuesday
evening at 7 : !">.
Worthy R"'.c:\ Beatrice Cole. Fair
mont, financial secretanr, Mrs. Martha
Short. Baxter.
MASONIC.
Fairmont Lodge No. r. Meets In Masonic
Temple first and third Mondays Id
each month. Francis E. KWhols, Sec.
S COUPON
LAG COUPON
1 132
consecutively numbered at (he office
sh and get a beautiful Flag 4rS feet,
colors.
i Fairmont and vicinity tor an American
we nave arranged to supply a limited
small cost in spite ol the flact that tlie
be last few weeks. All you need do la
lutlvely numbered and present them at
ats In cash and the tlag 19 youra. Ten
>r.
FRIENDS?(HE HAS EVER
FQECWL.E9, '
9 VOl) - VOl) J J H
ENfT SICK. AW ) 'BS8HI
^vouTg^gy |i I
ssr \ STATE CAPITOL ~
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S>0\JEft"WMuwie
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^ xiillTr.w.^ 'r'l ^IW^III*!
Orient Chapter No. ?. R. A. M. MmIs j
in Maeonlo Tempi# second Monday of
iach month. Francis B. Nichols. Sea
Crusade Commandery No. , K. T. !
dee is In Masonic Temple every fourth
Monday. Francis E. Nichols. Sec.
Fairmont Chapter No. 44. O. E. 8.
Meets In Maaouio Temple first and third
rhuraday. Helen Fleming. Sec. j
W. C. T. U.
Meets every Tuesday xxx WlUard Hall.
?V. C. T. L*. Bid*. President. Mra. \V. D.
2vans; treasurer. Mrs. A. L. Menear;
Secy. Ats. J. H. Bee km an.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Meets in kL of P. Hail. Fleming Bid.
3. T. Jones. Clnrk. -03 Albei t Court.
LADIES OF MODERN MACCABEES.
Dent Hive No. 763. Ladles ths
urn Maccabees. Meets the Hist and third
Fridays of each month In K. of P. liuU.
1. 0. OF R. M.
Setting Sun Tribe No. lb. Maeta eacn
Thursday evening at Red Men's HaU.
First Ward. H. Ernest ilawKin*. K_ o;
cL. 188 Slate Street. First Ward.
Wane la Council No. 6. Degree of Pocahontas
Meets every Friday e.'ruinj at
Kcd Men's Hall. First ' Ward.
A. O. H.
Meets every' second Sunday at Kntgths I
>f Columbus Hail. M. J. O'Neal, Rec. Sec. I
Boutiou division, Dauiea Auxiliary. :
lie eta tirst Friday of each month In K. oi
2. Halt
KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN LAGLL
Muagrave hail. Meets every secmu !
md iourtli Tuesday ol each month. J.
L. Sbackeltord, Master of Hecordg.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
Meets first and third Monday s in old i
Masonic Hall, corner Main and Madisoi. 1
Streets. Ohariea Armbruster. R. S., DO
Chestnut Street. I
ORDER OF OWLS.
Fairmont Dodge No. 16JJ. Meets every !
Thursday in old K. of P. Hall, McKltiney
Bid. M. J. Pearlman, Sep.
MARION CO. MEDICAL SOCIETY.
Meeu last Friday of each month in the
Fleming Bldg. President. Dr. D. C. Holland;
vice president. Dr. D. D. Howard;
secretary. Dr. H. R. Johnson; treasurer.
Dr. W. H. Sands; board of Censors. Drs.
L. N. Yost, J. E. Offner, Wm. F. Boyers; }.
deegates to West Virginia State Medlca j
Association. Drs. H. H. Carr. A. L. re- .
lers; alternates Drs. E. P. Smith. C. W.
Wadded
AMERICAN INSURANCE UNION.
Meets eaih second and fourth Tuesday
af the month in the K. of p Hall on Main
Btreet.
Y. M. C. A.
Fairmont Avenue and First Street
J. M. Hartley, president; B. D. Butcher.
Secretary; T. O. Watson, treasurer.
ORDER RAILWAY CONDUCTORS.
Meets every first and third Sunday in I
Red Men's Hall. Fred Brnmmae. Sec. i
K. O. T. M. j
^ Showalter Tent No. 7. Meets every |
ruuay nvcning in olCKlnney Bidg.
..f an Ancient Device.
For 31 centuries the shadoof, a type
of sweep used by the Egyptians for
raising water, has been in common
use. Indeed, It is thought by some to
have bqen an ancient device even 8,500
years before Christ.
Many Attended
Clayton Funeral
A large number of Fairmont people
attended the funeral services in Man I
nington yesterday over the body of
O?iii ?i ?! ? amwMawnmwt
Men's Fall Si
Await Yoi
Inspectioi
Men who care about their ;
pearance will find much to attr
this Men's Store.
Fall suitings andovercoatin
desirable fabric and shade are ol
popular price of $15.00 or as in
one wants to pay, the quality, f:
I mansnip an tne while being in k
the price.
We are displaying the Tor
of hats, made by manufacturer
to the select trade of New Y<
and Paris.
Every article on the list of
ishings ready for you.
Jas. W. Co
318 Main Streei
EVERYTHING FOR M
Bs'
5TTHING BUT TALENT)?]
II^VNUV FfcteKlESlVoU ABE)
31'A LOT NICER THAN HE ? J
Vrt>U HAMS A BETTER js.
1 HOME, MORE PLAY-J
' \ THINSS AND MORE V GO
, iS-, NICE CLOTHES I A
TO-DAYS'
jjMOMfc ACTOR.
feaos ^gr^Ji.
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEI
Ready With Aeb J
NEW FALL WEAR
For the Complete Outfitting
of Every Member c
READY 1
S UNDERSELLS
That will protect you from overpayir
Wintsr. Our Immense new fall ?tock
and will be s:ld the tame way.
Extraordinary values In ladies new
ta nable in any other Fairmont store,
ssrgo, very newest models, all colors, I
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URIGLIAIORS AND LLrtDtHS OF L
Ulysses A. Clayton whoso death <: eral
currcd on Monday in Laurel, Md. Dr. Foil
H. G. Stoetzer of the First Presbvter- Lin
ian church conducted the services no- dini
sisted by Rev. J. V. Koontz o( the resi
Mannington Presbyterian church, l'he
Presbyterian church whete the aerv- FOI
ices were held was tilled with friends It
and relatives. Dr. Stoetzer who had 'an.
been for rnanv vears oastor of the ,ie
ceased paid a splendid tribute to his i
memory.
Among those trour Fairmont who
attended the services were Judge and
Mrs. \V. S. Haymond. J. W. Black,
Mesdames Chas. li. Manley, N. H C.
Morrow. Homer Bell. Messrs H. B j
Hungerford, J. Walter Barnes, R C /
Denham. F. 1'. Kelley, O. J. Fleming. I
W. S. Pitzer. Mrs. Jas. Cotikle and Miss ' I
Monta Fa list. I
Linard-Curtls. \
The marriage of Ray L. Linard. of
Bellaire, Ohio and Miss Elsie M.
Curtis of Barrackville was solemnized
this morning at the home of the'
hride's parents. Rev. and Mrs. A. J. 1
L,. Curtis at Barrackville. Rev C. E.
Goodwin, pastor of the First Methodist
Episcopal church of this jlty officiating.
The wedding was a pretty TH.
home affair and was attended by sevA.
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Abundance of I j
ING APPAREL I I
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f the Family H %
WITH |J
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g for your nesda thli Fall and |1 I
i were bought at loweit prices
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fall suits not ob-^aa aa
Mads of all wool III Bill
iprtlal at ' WeVU
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i of the close friends an nelghbote. t
lowing the ceremony Mr. and Mr?.
ard departed for an eastern wedg
journey after which they will
de at Bcllaire. j
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ry evening in Fairmont at the
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CENTRAL <r" i
E FAIRMONT NEWS CO.
124^4 Main 8treet ;
3. MARTIN CO., 131 Main Street
ION NEWS CO., Traction Station
ION NEWS CO., B. & O. Station
k'DE S. HOLT. 325 Main Street
SALEY'S PLACE
Watson Hotel Bldf,
IE HOTEL FAIRMONT"
Jellerson Street 1
TSON BLDG. NEWS STAND
Main Entrance Watsau Bid* I
EAST SIDE
RAN & PRtJNTY
Cor. Bridge & Water Sliw(a
ST SIDE NEWS CO., Market St,
LOCUST AVENUE
I. McCLOSKEY DRUG CO.
512 Locust ATenae
SOUTH SIDE
E TENTH ST. PHARMACT
Cor. 10th St. and Virginia Avet 1
UES GALL1GHER
Cor. 12th St. and Virginia Ave,
)n sale every evening ontalde oC |
nnont at the following places: ..fl
MANNINGTON \ 9
1ED G. BARLOW'S Newa Stant
CLARKSBURG
PIKE NEWS COMPANY 1
STANDARD NEWS COMPANY
Served and for sale by Tho Wart '
ginian's own Carrier* every even*
in the following towns:
erson worthington
iefton bbntons ferry
l may montana mines
rolina manninoton
;gamon barrackvillb
.tson dakota MINES
.'gmoxt grays flats
tz i-rant town
[rview enterprise
xtur .khinnston
'esvili.e bethlehem ,
llview annabelle *
rmington hutchinson
wns monongah
gemont stop No. 8?
non morgan MINI
IN ATLANTIC CITY
; West Virginian is on regular salt
he following plaaes:
-IILLIP CHESLER. Alamaa Pi*
IERICAN NEWS CO., Boardwall** 1

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