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! HBLE BILLATWVU AT iUM Fairmont High Will Play in * University Town on Saturday. ^Fairmont peopls who go to Mor-, pawwu tur iuo iooinaii gam? saturday have a doublet dose of the great j fall same, Inasmuch as Fairmont High will play Morgarttown High at the University athletic field in the morning and West Virginia will meet the famous Carlllse Indians on the ame field In the afternoon. Tickets for the Carlllse-West Vlr gtnla game were placed on sale here at Martins News stand Tuesday and i a large number have already been k disposed of. The pasteboards are go log at *1 .00 each for the best reserved j seats and standing room on the day j of the game will go at the same price. | so there has been considerable stlm ultis In the buying. The fact. too. that the High school game will be played In the morning making it deij . slrable to go down on the Pcnna train at 7:15 a. m. draws attention t away from the fact that there Is no train service In the afternoon from gj Fairmont to Morgantown. i. ' Returning the train service is good as both the B. & O. and Pennsylvania have regular trains arriving here shortly after nine o'clock from the University town. Many will drive from here If the roads remain in good condition. g - metz7 Mrs. H. C. Ferrell has been quite sick the past week but is better al this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Lovd Delanev have left for Kansas. Mr. Delaney is employed In the Kansas oil flelil. W. A. Furbee spent Sunday with Ms family In Clarksburg. Mrs. Jasper Bawer is visiting Mrs. Lee Murray on Dents ltun. Frank Snyder expects to move his F. family to this place In the near fui ture. Mr .and Mrs. Miller, of Shinnston. are visiting their son. Mr. Arle Mil j ler, of this place. The school at this place is going ^ along nicely. Everything seems in \ good working order and esp'Xially the High school. The scholars are deeply interested in their work. Howard Gilger was calling on his family In New Martinsville Sunday. The Wheeling Oil and Gas Company drilled in a gas well Monday In the . fifth sand on the New ton Hibbs farm. Haught Bros, expect to get the Big In]un sand In their No. :: on John \ Baker's farm thts week. Dr. Kenna will move in the randt property as soon as completed Mr. Ruddlcson of Harrisvllle. Is | moving In the H. Hawkins proper!;. . She?You're a waster: Very few girls would marry you. He?Well, very few would be ' mough. K ^ = i i!!' f? : FW" Th* I mk 3 L : BOWLEN FORMER FAMOUS CAR p? ??? !0L Hl t Saturday afternoon of this week 1 team is playing Lehigh at Pittsburg. * more than once of what his former chi at Morgantown where they will bo m < nor coached at Carlllse for more thai of the most famous gridiron teams thi he helped to coacli at Carlilse a wee; practice and when he was at Morgan t e served notice on West Virginias i look for a stiff struggle with the ln-( ttcr of Carlllse games with Albright i tion. Warner is one of the leading coi salary. Yesterday's C CHICAGO? AB R BH I'O A K .1 Collins, 1 4 0 0 1 0 2 McMullin, 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 E Collins, 2 4 0 2 3 2 0 Jackson, r 4 0 0 0 0 0 Felsch, m 3 0 1 5 n n Gandil, 1 3 0 0 tl 0 0 Weaver, s 3 () 2 0 2 0 Sr.halk. c 3 rt II 11 ? ft Cicotte, p 3 0 0 0 1 1 Totals 31 0 5 24 6 3 Chicago i Xcw York .Tv.o-basc bits?llolke. Weaver. Tl se?Robertson. Sacrifice hit?ltaride zog. Left on liases?Chicago, 4. NewYork 2. Earned runs?Off Cicotte 2. I'mpire At the plate. Klem: tirst ans; third base, itlgier. Time?1:55. Pr CETTIN' up take a fly1 9 Mjjp top of his profe mighty poor po of us. Thar's pipe ofVELVE ier keep both ft on the ground. a Calm, Cool Sm re is nothing likeVE e is nothing hot o it VELVET, eithe ing or its smoking. y~ grain of VELVE into your pipe has be ooden hogsheads for years. ftwo years give to VEI ?CJ<2 if<2 ifa /?/>/ ?wj .W ...w?<w*TiivOO| ikO vvv. ur pipe will i more about ET than a f. print. EM WEST, Fi IG : OTHER LISLE INDIAN TUTOR KaulT, m 4 0 0 0 0 0 Zimmerman. 3 .... 4 0 1 0 3 0 Fletcher, s 4 0 0 1 I 1 Robertson, r 4 1 3 t 0 0 Holke, 1 4 1 I 13 o 1 Rarlden, e. 3 0 l 7 4 o Benton, 3 0 0 1 2 0 Total? 33 2 8 27 14 2 000 000 0 0 0?0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 ?2 irce-base hit?Robertson. Stolen bail. Double play?Rariden and HerYork 8. First base on errors?New Struck oat?By t'icotte S. by Benton, base. O'Loughlin; s.-cond base. Ev^ i Y in the air may in' man to the ssion, but it's a licy for the rest nothin' like a T to help a fcl 10& ioke ] :lvet. r hasty r in its IT that :en aged at least 1 .VET its ^ >1 smooth 39 i - 4 y wiviv | while hiB University of Pittsburg 'Pop" Warner, no doubt will think trges, the Carlllse Indians, are doing jeting West Virginia University. War11 ten years and turned out there some it America has ever seen. This fall i k or ten days before Pitt started own with his Pitt team Sept. 29th h i-oaches at that time that they could lians. Later developments in the ma i tnd P. & M. have verified his predictches in the country and draws a big, , Official Score NEW YORK? AB R BH PO A E Burns, 1 4 0 1 1 U 0 Herzog, 2 4 0 1 1 1 0 Mount Pleasant, who coached at West Virginia Wesleyan In 1914 was one of I he best known of Warner's Carlisle products. Then there was Jim Thorpe, ihe great all-round athlete who won so much fame at the Olympic games, and (luyon, Garlow and scores of others who In their day were the best gridIron performers the fall sport coulo toast. If Leltoy comes up to the expectations of those who have seen him flay this year and equals the fine records of these men, then West Virginia will certainly have to be on her guard for Saturday. The West Virginia team will he in better shape for the Saturday encoun Il rpHE leaders* I solely on cc .1. durability a: of stout cord. Ea ever touching to c tread to absorb sh< is tou&h and tbicl are specially reinf / mf cross j M|I at your rin will sh( n! 1L T I SPORTS I I EXPECT mills II my in game , Much Interest Being Shown in Next Game at Morgantown. 1 ??? .> MORGANTOWN, Oct 11.?The receipt of further Information In regard to the Carlisle Indian football team which plays here on Saturday strengthens the prevailing local belief that the Redskins will give West Virginia fully as hard aibattle on tho gridiron as did Pittsburgh and the Navy. Data just received here shows that the Indians made over thirty first downs against the strong F. & M. team at Lancaster last Saturday and the fact that Captain Rlbbetts and LeRoy, Carlisle halfhacks. did most of the gaining through sweeping end runs aided by powerful Interference by both the linemen and other backs, makes it Imperative for coaches Tobln and Mclntire to develop to the highest point of efficiency their defense against end runs. It is not believed that Carlisle will be able to successfully execute forward passes against West Virginia. West Virginia possesses in King, Rodgers, Harris and Lentz three skillful defenders against this mode of attack, and then. too. Carlisle, in her earlier games does not seem to have relied upon this j method of attack for gaining ground, prefering rather to follow the old Carlisle system, the chief and most sue- J cessful points of which are a smash- ] ing series of off-tackle plays from close formation and sweeping end runs from kick formation. Glenn Warner, present Pitt coach, tutored the Redskins at Carlisle for ten years or more and while he was there he developed to perfection the system which he is still ctrploying at Pitt and which the Indians have retained under Leo Harris, the present coach at Carlisle, who, by lite way, is a Warner protege. In LeRoy. Carlisle has a halfback whom nil critics who have seen Carlisle play believe will prove to he one of the best it the long series of famous hacks the [nHian ceVtnol haa Itirnorl nut V ...... 1 - 1 ft is the Man Decide, an* TheT It is the man who mus clothes he wants. It is the man who must get them. Two questions that nei general election to decide Two questions that are one word. oAKTi The finest men's and ; suits and overcoats are 1 Prices $15 to $30. Underwear rTT" ? r. W $1 to $3. mmmmmmmmmamammmmmmmmmmmHaamnaci ?????r?? [ tor than hart at first been hoped. Mero- , dith, the Fairmont boy, who has been I laying such a steady game at guard. ! i and whom it was believed would not be able to play against the Indians, will j Vie ready to take his place on the initial ( kick-oil' according to announcement today. This leaves both Singleton and V.'eimer available for Harrlck's tackle position if it is decided at the last > minute not to take the chance of aggravating his injury by playing Horrick in the Indian game. Veimer. naturally, will get the call for Harrick's position as he has had more experience and is somewhat heavier than Singleton. West Virginia coaches are expecting j a gruelling contest that will take the post spirited efforts of their best men | and that has been the problem this i v.cek, i. e., to impress upon the men the $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper trill be pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been nblc to cure In all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the 8ystem thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the ! patient strength by building up tho con- I stltutlon and assisting nnture in doing lt3 work. Tho proprietors have so much , faith in the curative powers of Hall's ; Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls : to cure. Send for list of testimonials. 1 Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. , Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 75c. , tip of the Firestone Super Cord 1 jnstruction producing unequal nd flexible action. The body is 1 ch cord imbedded in pure gum, muse friction. The cushion (wl Dcks) is a thick layer of pure &ui The beads which hold the tii orced. The side wall is also reinf inst rim-cut, and raising bending hrestone Cord Tires are &ettin; injoyed by car owners. dealer s \ \# | ow you ) ||| \ i mileage I S? 1 estone / Mt t Who Must I Now is Ime t decide what kind of t decide where he will ?d no straw vole nor them. instantly answered in JETS j young men's all wool / low in full readiness. B Men's li} sE -__J $7 to $10 iact that Carlisle is exceptionally ( strong and that unless they go into the ' game determined not to be defealco | , they are likely to lose. The Indians arc noted for be.itig an ! "in and out" team. For instance they j I have on occasion been beaten by small college teams on one Saturday to turn ."ght around the following Saturday ind lick one of the best teams in America. It seems then that the game the Redskins will play hero will depend to some extent ou the mood in which they enter the contest. Naturally tlicy are p.t xious to win a "place in the Sun" | this year when they are returning to toothall after a year's layoff and will Double Edge Blade* ... Aft We return your blades UvC sharpened right and pgn postage paid. DO/. Will S. Richardson Mail Order Druggist 127 Greene St. Marietta. O. I laj teen won no two cords p=gg .'^^1 re to the rim ppfc breed, &ivin& |?t J point safely g-^gg ! rirc$ton< "HHICK, TOUGH TREAD fcives 1 I "V r <-? Y* r> T\TTr?T>T'T\ T<T"?'H TT- n\T MUKE. KUJ3B&K i3C.i WE.EJN A. protection against internal frictio HICK CUSHION STOCK. More r gainst tread separation and stone bn LENT IN SIDE WALL. Greater stren? jalers will show you cross section of ith features that add more miles to Mi IRESTONE TIRE AND RUBE Icron, Ohio Branches and rdeavor to make a fine showing net West Virg because of the l\. V. U. showing against Pitt and kavv. tier???rx: iwni i ?u . vj.'wmu u?? CleaningDyeing 1 WHEN DONE BY j Footer's Methods Carries with It a newness that Is pleasing and a finish that Is I lasting. Carpets, Forllcrs, Curtains, Blankets, Blinds. Comforts. Covers. Gentlemen's. Ladies and children's wearing apparel of all kinds. Have your fall and winter needs done now. Footer's Dye Works (The World's best Cleaners and Dyers.) CUMBERLAND, MD. I Gil Agent Fairmont and Vicinity That motorists GM find extra values |?|| < in Firestone Tires ||||j is proved by the ||||| fact that our !|||} sales increased ||||l I 72 per cent this jiff] year up to Sept. |l|lj i 1st. Our total I business this \ year will exceed \ $60,000,000.