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| I CONFIDENCE I
The growth of this Popular 1
Priced Store is due to the confidence
Inspired by our good will
policy.
New patrons are helpful to us
M a foreruner of future sales.
Tour confidence makes you come
again?that like the snowball 1
H ?ra cr liIto o ? >/! i
JT- o??" O auu uiUUiClllUUJ an .
tt rolls along?has made us all
that we stand for today.
It la your patronage that has j
made us by our striving towards I
Ideal methods of merchandising,
with earnest efforts to please '
you and with an ever watchful ,
r eye upon the markets of tl.
world so that at the lowest possible
expense to you we give the 1
very best to be had, and always (
at moat reasonable prices. This
la really and truly a store of honest
values and dependable mer- '
chandlse.
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Sunday In ;
Hie Churches \
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M. P. CHURCH. 11
C. C. Lawsqn, Pastor. c
Our Sunday school Is growing. Will c
you be present on Sunday morning at 0
j 9:30 a. m. and encourage the work 0
I as well as our superintendent, J. A. u
I Swlger.
Public worship at 10:45. Subject
of sermon, "Evidences of the Chris- n
tian Growth." e
Evening services: e
v, Christian endeavor at 0:30.
g: There will be no preaching at ev?n- n
ing service. Miss Hedges, our returned
missionary from Japan, will
speak. Come and hear her as she is j
Interesting and will give us some;
thing of vital interest to all.
Our mid-week prayer meetings are
very interesting. You are especially
invited out to our speciaL meeting on
ntxl Wednesday night. Inasmuch as
we anticipate on beginning our revi- v
val the first of November, there are 11
[ many things which 'we desire to talk 8
: over at our next prayer meeting.
n
GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH. H
Corner Third Street and Gaston Ave. K
9:30?Sunday school. Rally Day. j>
With an attendance of 105 the past "
Sunday and less than 135 or more will 8
be a disappointment. Don't help to F
disappoint your friends. ?
10:45?Morning service conducted
' by the Rev. Raymond A. llouk Main s
field, Ohio. Rev. Houk is well spoken (
of by men who know mission work j'
es onlv a few Ho h
8:30?Christian endeavor. This Is ^
$r the reopening o? our society tor tills s
year. Let all members come.
7:30?Evening service conducted by V
Rev. Houk. We expect much ot Rev.
Houk. Let all who can hear him. "
Alter service called meeting of con- P
gregation. f<
~ 7:30?Wednesday evening prayer
meeting. A cordial welcome is extended
to all. C
s 7:30?Thursday evening. Ladles
Aid Society will meet at the home of a
the president. Mrs. Fred Leitenbcr- S
f ger, in Gaston avenue. All members b
are expected to attend. o
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
W. J. Edd. Pastor.
We are beginning the new Sunday
school year this Sunday. Will not all I1
those wro are members be present L
and seek to bring one or more with a
them? Come for the 9:30 hour. a
10:45?Morning service. Reception Jof
new members and the celebration s
of the Lord's Supper- ''
Junior congregation sermon. Sub- ?
5 ject, "The Man Who Hied on His c
Knees."
2:00?Sunday school, Virginia Ave.
2:00?Sunday school Rivcsvllle. -t
2:00?Junior B. Y. P. U. Luciel J
Bartlett. leader,
fi 6:30?Intermediate B. Y. P U.
Lois Davisson, leader.
6:30?Senior B. Y. P. U., Mrs. W.
I J. Eddy, leader.
7:30?Evening service. Subject,
I , "No Middle Ground."
The choir will furnishe good music
for all the services.
r FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL r
CHURCH. 1
Claude E. Goodwin. Pastor.
Services tomorrow as follows: t
Sunday school at 9:30. The work 1
?f renovating the church and Sunday i
Bp school rooms is about completed. Ev- '
sry department of the school will find '
Its accustomed place ready for work. I
R. Every teacher is urged to be present
K o nthis the first Sunday in the new I
ife . conference year. The members of the
Bi - sevral classes will help to make this (
BR a good beginning by their presents. ]
B-V 3ood singing. A splendid orcbestrn.
Public worship and sermon at 10:43.
^ The subejtc of the sermon. "The
^Church Going Habit." As this is the
Yirst public service of the conference Year,
the pastor would be glad to see
t\e membership well represented.
^Ipworth League devotional meeting
t atg: 30. Topic: Korea?A Nation
Bori In a Day. The time has come
for the young people to rally to this
Important service.
1 Public worship and sermon at 7:30.
Subject of sermon, "The Business of
J. Religion." Visitors and strangers
will find a hearty welcome at all
I these services. The church is your
I: Father's house?feel at borne.
FLEMING CHAPEL.
Th# annual Rally Day excrclaeb
K. wll take the place of the usual Sunday
school program Sunday morning.
rhe program will begin promptly at
half-past nine o'clock. Parents and
Friends are most cordially Invited to
je preesnt.
At half-past two o'clock the Fair
nont District Sunday school con>;endon
will meet In the church. An'evening
session will be hold which
will begin at seven-thirty i o'clock.
Good speakers and good music Is
promised for all these exercises. The
jublic Is Invited.
PALATIN EBAPTIST CHURCH.
The Home-like Church.
J. W. Brown, Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30, Prof. W. A
Hustead, superintendent. Sunday is
the beginning of the new quarters.
Plans are being laid for a big Suniav
school.
Morning service at 10:45. Sermon,
The Spur of Necessity."
b. Y. P. U. at 0:30.
Evening service at 7:30. Sermon,
'Pollyanna Ideals." The girls of the
Pollyanna class will give a short pro
;ram preceding the sermon.
The public is invited to all the servces
of the day.
3T. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sunday, October 7.
Morning: Mass at 8 and 10:30
j'clock.
Evening: Rosary and Benediction
it 7:30 o'clock.
Weekly 8ervice?.
Morning: Mass at 6:30 and 7
j'clock each morning, except ThurBiay,
at which hour the Children's
instructive Mass Is celebrated at 8
j'clock.
Evening: October Devotions at
7:30 o'clock Wednesday and Friday
jvenings.
Notice to Parents.
Each Saturday morning at 9 o'clock
Catechism Classes meet in Parochial
School.
Rev. A. B. Boutiou, Rctor.
R r v. Jamot a?a
nasi, nccror,
M. P. TEMPLE.
J. C. Broomfield, D. D., Pastor.
In the absence of the pastor serving
he soldiers at Camp Sheridan. Montgomery,
Ala., the pulpit will be supdied
by the leading men of the delomination.
Men from Baltimore,
lttsburgh. C'oiumbus, Steubenville
nd elsewhere have agreed to fill the
lUlpit.
The Rev. Dr. Beck of Pittsburgh.
Secretary-Treasurer of the General
Conference, and Executive Secretary
f the Board of Home Missions, will
cctipy the pulpit tomorow morning
nd evening. The general public Is
arnestly invited to hear him.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Tolorrow
is Promotion Day and teachrs
and scholars are urged to be presnt
and to come on time.
Morning worship at 10:45, with scrlon
by Dr. Beck
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock with
>r. Beck in the pulpit.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Jefferson and Jackson Streets. |
H. G. Stoetzer, D. D., Minister. I
You are most cordially invited to i
rorship with us tomorrow for the |
rst time in.the new church. All the,
ervices will be held in the Sabbath'
chool room. The Bible school will
teet at 9:30 a. m. This will be tliej
ally Day Service, an interesting pro!
ram has been prepared. There villi
e a number of brief addresses. Mornig
service in the Sabbath School, be-|
ides special music by the Choir, the!
astor of the church will preach onj
subject appropriate to the occasion,|
Who then is willing to Conserve his,
ervice this Day Unto the Lord." The
hristian Endeavor will meet at ?: 30 [
. m. Leader, Mr. 11. C. Pitzer. Top-j
:: "The Yoke of Christ," Mt. 11, 23-30.
Ivening service 7:30 o'clock. The
abject of the sermon will be "God's
'aith in Man." Midweek service
Wednesday, 7:30 p m.
All the members of the church are!
rged to make a special effort to be]
resent to learn of the arrangements i
>r the dedication and Synod.
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN
larence O. Mitchell, D. D-, Minister.,
The united service of Sunday school
nd morning worship at 10 o'clock
uuday is the lirst day when the grade
asis for the coming year begins. Turn
ut and bring others next Sunday,
eymour Mclntire. Supt. Morning
ermon by the pastor. Sorjnoti theme, j
What Jesus Says About the Life Youj
re Making." Good music. The Chris-!
ian Endeavorvwill meet at 6:30 P. M.'
ed by the pastor. Special music and
helpful program. Evening service
t 7:30. Sermon theme, "Should one
hurch Throw Stones at Another?"
pedal music,a vocal solo by Dr. Car?r
Fleming and a violin solo by Miss
lunice Minor. The public will reeive
a most cordial welcome at the
ervices of the day.
?
jady Maccabees
To Hold Social!
Dent Hive. Ladies of the Maccaices.
last ovening at its meeting in
C. of P. hall In the Fleming building
nade preliminary arrangements for
he. annual Hallowe'en party. The afair
will be held at the home of one
i fthe members, which will be seeded
later.
Word was received last evening
hat the biennial meeting of the Great
five, which was to have been held
n 1918 has been postponed untif 1920
lecause of the prevailing war condlions.
The meetlnv is scheduled fot i
letrolt.
'REACHING AT BARRACKVILLE.
There will be preaching In the
:hapel of the Church of Christ at
SarrackviUe by evangelist Ira C.
doere, Sunday morning at 10:30 and
r:30 in the evening. October 7th.
All cordially invited to attend.
Select Your Fall Suit
We are now tshowing our line
foreign and domestic. Come in a
there may be a shortage of the mor
All our work done in our own
order work.
Fit and Workmai
W. E. HART
MERCHANT
Over Crane's
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FAISMQNT, SATURDAY E
-t;
THE WEST VIRGINIANAN1ERS01
HELD FOR
M CAHJOBfiERIES
Charge Against Starns
Changed to Receiving
Stolen Goods.
Cases growing out of alleged robberies
of freight cars of the Baltimore and
Ohio Kailroad company in the yards
in Fairmont recently took place yesterday
afternoon before Justice Conaway.
James Anderson, who has been
a driver of the city garbage wagon,
was heard and in default of $1,000 bail
lie was remanded to Jail to appear be
fore the grand jury. II. G. Starns
and Worthie Slater were not heard.
The petty larceny charge against
Worthie Slater was dismissed and the
charge against Starns was altered,
having been reduced to receiving stolen
goods from larceny; Starns' bond
was fixed at $300. He will have to appear
before Justice Conaway to answer
that charge on Tuesday afternoon at 3
o'clock.
Only two witnesses were called,
they being B. & O. officers. They testified
that they were waiting on a train
lor Grafton on the night of September
25. and while here decided to walk up
through the yards. All of the cars had
| been sealed and after a time they heard
a noise which apparently came from a
box car in front of them. Just before
they readied the car a man leaped out
| anu tried to escape. They claim it was
i Anderson and say that he gave them
several phoney addresses in tile city
tit Fairmont. They testified that Anderson
had a school bag over his back
and swore that Anderson admitted that
ite was looking for shoes.
The dotectives testified that in the
car in which the man sprang out that
there was a shipment of candy from
-VleKeesport, Pa., to the Parker store,
this city. The candy was strewn about
but nothing as far as they could learn
was missing. When Anderson was
searched after his arrest the officers
testified that they found in his nocket
a broken seal, which belonged to the
Baltimore and Ohio ltailroad company.
On cross-examination conducted by
Attorney L. C. Musgrave one of the
detectives admitted that the seal was
the only property of the B. 4i O., which
was found on Anderson. They claimed
that Anderson admitted his guilt and
ret the time of the robbery between
S:30 and 9 o'clock on the night of September
23. While Anderson was not
called, he denies any admission of
guilt.
After Anderson was arrested a
searcli warrant was issued and his
premises were visited by the officers.
There a lot of goods were found and
these were brought to the justice's office
at the hearing on Friday afternoon.
The officers think that these goods
were taken in August, but it is understood
that thus far they have not made
out a case.
Mrs. Anderson claimed about a week
ago in a printed statcmont that some
of the goods had belonged to her and
rome belonged to Anderson before he
married her.
Charles E. Miller, assistant prosecuting
attorney, represented the state; J.
P. Kirby represented the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad company; attorney
C. L. Musgrave represented Anderson
and Slater and Marshall W. Ogden reptesented
Starns.
iciiuic
TO LEADJE STATE
Figure on Carrying West
Virginia Honors in Membership
Campaign.
Since the G. P. Mnrkey campaign
v as begun on Seplember 2S up to last
night's meeting. Showalter Tent, Maccabees,
had received eight candidates.
The quota set tor the test is only tweutv-five
and almost a third of that number
has been secured in a week. The
membership campaign continues uutil
next spring.
The tent will observe Initiation on
Friday evening. November 2. The local
tent expects to lead the state for
membership honors. The cities of
Parkersburg and Clarksburg have
ients that will compete most actively
with Showalter tent.
At the present time Showalter tent
has the state membership banner and
its degree team has won the state banner
for doing the work most proficiently.
PHAROAH'S RUN.
Mrs. Jesse Hice and Miss Elsie and
Emma llice entertained a number of
friends Saturday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Kice's in honor
of Mr. Itice's birthday. Tho evening
was spent playing games and eating
uauu.>. i uob? present were Mr. and
Mrs. Lonnie Smith and three children,
Mr. and Mrs. John Ricc. Mr. and Mrs.
Cyrus Kcefover, Mr. and Mrs. Silas
Smith, Misses Gertrudo Eddy, Lelah
Straight, Ocal Williams, Cora Valentine,
Dollio Musgrave, Emma Rice,
Hazel Floyd, Elsie Rice, Montic Musgrave,
Messrs. Bruce Simpson, Hugh
Thorn, Jake Edriv, Joseph Straight,
ings Early This Year
Df fall and winter woolens, both
nd make your selection early as
e desirable patterns,
shop. No long distance or mail
iship guaranteed.
MAN & CO.
r TAILORS.
Drug Store.
]
In this collection of the
yery smart trimmed tailo
New
I A large assortment of ti
interesting choice,
George Kennedy, Hugh Straight, Clar- t
ence Thorn. Will Eddy, Russol Smith,
Boyd Straight, Alfred Ridge, Victor
Arnett, Davio Hoult, Russell Hood,
John Thorn and Rasta Straight.
Mrs. Clarkie Morris, of Shinnston,
spent a few days of last week with
Mrs. Joseph Coogle.
Charlie Musgrave, of Royal, was
visiting Jesse Rice one day last week,
Mrs. Sarah Parson and children, ot <
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old folks have
reviving and n<
H Here is a pure,
It is a drink that appi
well as to elderly pe
|| partake of,?one tha
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YENING, OCTOBER 6,1917
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Dress and
Today a Speci;
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q>o.uu ail
newest Fall Millinery will be
red hats in the favored colors,
Tailored Hats
he most becoming new styles in
Clarksburg, were calling on Mrs. Vir.a
Feefover Tuesday last. i
Ephrain Musgravo and two children.
Miss Cora and Harvic, of Georgetown,
was Friday evening visitors at Edd c
Musgrave. 5
Wilbert Summers, of Morgantown,
was visiting at Doll Doltan's Saturday c
tnd Sunday. i
Lonne Smith was at Cassvllle one
lay last week. I
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ngth and endurance on
; and blood running thin,
need every day for a
)urishing beverage.
wholesome, non-intoxing
The Unequaled
That Adds to thi
sals to young men and women as
ople?a drink that all may freely
t is always pleasing, nourishing,
:neficial.
3rug stores, grocery stores and
is .aurants, clubs, cafe9 and places
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id $6.08
shown many Large Dress LI
, black, brown, taupe and nav
at $3.75 to 5
Hatter's Plush and Lyons Ye
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Jonathan Smith lost a line horo one
lay last week.
Jim Musgrave and daughter, Miss
Jimm Musgruve and (laughter, Mi..
Ira. of near Raster, wero at Jonathan
imith's Sunday week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clayton and family
if KlveBVillc, have moved in their
lew housee at this plaeo.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldiu Rice, of (larks,
itirg, was visiting Mr. Rices' gratulv
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towMs
eating food drink made
nutritious, healthful ce:
but true tonic to all the
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refreshing, strengthening
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e Joy of Living
of amusement; in fact, BARMA i
place where wholesome drinks
bottles like the one pictured her
the genuine with the orange la
the name, "BARMA," in white.
It's a treat unlike anything you've
a Case for Ye
Once you taste it
often and the oft(
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