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tms^CTTT^ Temperature at ei
jhJR^rVrv * m. loduy, 88. "
yl^LAS t csterday's weath "
if % sr, cloudy. temper w
fag>v'a jJ iture, maximum,
\ ' '> mlmmum, 36; j f
,,reelpltutiou, .08. *
Jurors Are Re.ieved?Judge Vln
cent has relieved the jurors trom servlug
at the uexi term ol intermediate
court, which starts next Tuesday. tc
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Charges Brought?(. barges of rcceiv ol
dig stolen goods iri loi purchasing |j
cigarettes under ag , Ol'.renee UeVauit Vj
has beeu committed to jail to answer n
those charges hetore Justice Conawa.v p|
Oflicers are inclined to believe iliai ir
DeVault will tell wnat he Knows ahout In
the B. & O. freigh' .ohberles in whicti j
they claim he Is Implicated. , rj
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Called to the Arrry?vMlliam Koval- I
chuck, an Austrian by birtb wbo has .
been employed by the Mouougaheia
Valley Traction company as an engi- j
ueer, naa received word to report at | s
New York tor military services, tie j |n
left the city last night tor New York ! <]
Hr to report. . w
Will Preach at 1 ernple?Dr. Frank i (.[
H. Lewis, pastor til the r li st .Metlioilisi a
Protestant church, o. 1'lttsburgh, win hi
occupy the pulpit or the M. t'. Temple a,
tomorrow at Doth the morning and
evening services. Ur. Lewis is taking
the place of Dr. J. c Broomtlehi who is |
now at Montgomery. Ala.. doing Y. At. h
C. A. work among 'he soldiers encamp w
S ed there. vt
Attended Ceremonies?(.'apt. K. U ' ?
Walker was In Cinrksburg tasl night | *
where 'he attended initiation cereniou 11
JEii.ies of Mlzrah Lodge of Prelection in j %
the Alasonic temple. Twenty nine can |
didates were initiated into the degrees i "
B&fc'-.. of Scottish Rite Masonry.
Lecture Course Tickets ? The two '
lay campaign for the sale ol lichen
tor the Normal school leeluie courto P
ends this evening. The ticket sale will | f
continue but there will be no solicit ,
Ing as there has oeen during the past ' J
two days. The sate ol the tickets is in
charge of Miss Thnra Robinson, assist ,
ed by Allss Kathervu Troxell.
Entrance for Gins ? Workmen arc ;
how busy at the Y M. C A. making a
new entrance Into the gymnasium tor
the Young Women s department trom
(he north side of the building.
Again Quite III?Coleman Fleming,
$ who is up in the eighties, was quite
i I.,..* ti? u.. i ..0..,..
puuny jtiot uigiii. rre iicid uueii ouuci- m
ing with kidney trouble for some u
p time. He was ill during the summer 0[
out got much better recently and was
able to be out. d,
; whm?t LOSES i
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'wenty Members of Local io
Squad Went to Uni- "
versity Town
bi
Fairmont High was unable to score 3l
on Morgantown high in the game
played on the University eld this m
morning and consequently suffered a
6-0 defeat. Both teams fought hard w
for a touchdown, Morgantown finally tj
succeeding, but falling to kick goal. r(
The game was well played and was ,,
witnessed by an unusually large .,
crowd that had assembled in Morgantown
to witness the game this afternoon
between the Carlisle Indians and
the West Virginia university. Many v.
local fans accompanied the team to
Morgantown and this afternoon with
the football players are watching the
big football game between the Car'
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iiBio lumana una me university eleven.
The twenty members of the local
football squad that made the trip to
Morgantown this morning with coaches
Moore and Carpenter are: Dean,
floss, Cain, Turkovttch, Hess, Stevens,
Sarsfield, Nixon, Brown, Binns, Loar,
Andre, Hamilton, Mils, Meredith, Vignoul,
Hill, Aumtller, Boyers, Knight.
Stevenson Co. People
- Buy Liberty Bonds
Not an employe of the Stevenson
Company, wholesale grocers of this
city, will be lined up in the Blacker
column when the Liberty Loan roll la
called.
John B. Stevenson, president of the
company, who la in the city today, said
that he took a personal interest in
presenting the Liberty bond proposition
to the company s people and that
ho was extremely proud to be able to
jay that every one of them had subscribed
cheerfully. Some of them took
several loudfc
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ORTY HOURS AT
ST PETEO CHURCH
)erottons Will Be held During
the Next Three
Days
forty Houn' Devotion will be Migrated
In St. Fetor's Catholic church
Bglnnlng tomorrow. The observice
will begin at the late mass on
unday at 10:30 o'clock and will clOBe
i Tuesday morning with solemn proisslon.
On Monday tbe masses will be held
: 6:30, 6:30 and 7 o'clock. On Tuesty
morning tbe 5:30 mass will be lotwed
by tbe late mass and procession
. 8 o'clock.
During Sunday ailernoou and all day
onday the churcu will be open tor prl
ite devotion. The rector, ltev. Father
. Boutlou, will be in charge of the sorices.
Solemn services will be beid oil Sunly
and Monday evenings at 7:30
clock. On Sunday ev eniug Kcv. Fath:
P. J. Brady, of mutton, will preach j
ic sermon and on Monday evening 1
ev. Father W. M. Burke, of Weston,;
ill preach.
'arent-Teachers
Meeting Monday
The third Parent-Teacher program
be prepared b the principals of the
airiuonl public schools will take place
n Monday evening when Principal
uckey of the Butcher school will inite
the parents to the school build
ig for a program which he is now
aiming. It is hoped that the meet-1
ig will be attended by a large mini-1
ir of parents
laken Seriously 111
On the Street;
t\ >uui:s uicin ij> cue imiiio 01 rvoy
bumaker had a stroke or apoplexy'
i front of the Martin Drug store op
ain street late this afternoon, lias
taken into the drug store and la
r to the office of Dr. il W. Burnet:
ere Dr Peters was called and afte;
little treatment he was taken to hi.ome
on Tenth street and Virgin!;.
-*enne.
ON VACATION.
beginning Monday morning Clurem.
all, a clerk in the local postoflic
ill he off on his annual fifteen da>
ication
Iwes Health to
[he New DRECO
'or Four Years Suffered
with Rheumatism
When two
Bottles of Dreco
Cured Him
"1 owe my healtn to Dreco, the new
:rbal remedy which can be bought at
urge's Drug Store, sayB E. W. .Night,
Waldeck street, Broad Oakes, to Mr.
Ibert Geis, the Dreco man. who is
iinonstrating Dreco at Burke's Drug
:ore, Clarksburg, W. Va.
We are giving this testimonial to the
tizens of this community that they I
ay make sure beiore tbey venture
i invest In Dreco and that they may
ive lull taith la the efficacy ot this
3W herbal prcser.ption which is takig
Fairmont, Clarksburg, Parkersirg,
Marietta and other towns by
orui.
Mr. Night nas taken iota ot mediae,
spent much money doctoring, had
st Caith in almott everything, under
te cross ol Ills ailUclior.. Itheumasm
is one ot the mysteries wlucu has
itfled medical skill lot years and
?ars, and yet Drier has sn often con
.lered it that tin world is seeming
Tighter to many id the people who
liter from it.
Dreco sells ior.Si.UO, and there are
any Users who say if they could not
at another bottib that no money
ould buy the part ot tne one which
ley possess. That's the strongest
^commendation inat can be given to
, and should dispel any and all doubts
lat may arise in the sufferer's mind.
Dreco is sold nnd recommended
ere by Crane's Drag Store, city.
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MANY PARENTS AT 1
THE WHITE SCHOOL,
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Interesting Program Was t
? Rendered And Fine J
? Speeches Made
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There was a good turn out of the 0
parents at the Parent-Teacher meet- j
lng held at the White school yesterday
evening and all were well pleased /
with the excellent program which a
they heard. The speakers were Gen- J
eral Manager E. B. Moore of the Mo-' ,
nongabela Valley TractiOD Company, v
Mrs. N. R. C. Morrow of the Normal *
school faculty. It. T. Cunningham o( 1
the Monongah Glass company, Presi 1
dent of the Board of Education G. M. '
Alexander, and Mrs. (' It Weirich. A
duet wae rendered by Miss Radel f
Herndon and Miss Berlba Dilgard and
there were several vocal numbers by
the school children. The high school ij
orchestra was present and also gave ;
several musical selections.
The talks were all short and to
the point. They were centralized on
tiie cooperation of the parents and J
teachers. Following the program each
of the teachers went to their various
rooms where they were visited by the I
parents, many of whom inquired into |
the work of their children. Joseph i
Uaugherty, the Janitor, who is a greai
favorite with the children also held I
an interesting informal reception. The j
meeting yesterday evening was the'
third parent-teacher meetiug conduct- \
ed in the Fairmont schools. The first j
was held at the Barnes school and tinsecond
at the Miller school.
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ATTEND
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SALE
TO-DAY
AND REAP THE
BENEFIT OF THE
SPECIAL LOW
UNDERSELLING
PRICES |
WE HAVE PLACED
ON WANTED AND
RELIABLE MERCHANDISE
THAT
YOU NEED RIGHT
NOW. OUR NEW
STOCKS ARE LARGE
AND COMPLETE
WE HAVE The GO(
ORIGINATORS AND LEADERS . j
OF LOW PRICES IN FAIRMONT I
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K,NEST6PlOAVS\ Ov .Jf
1*- Mo\nB ACTBESS* <W\ ?
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Bootleggers Now Are
Federal Prisoners
Meigs McCray was heard this morn
Dg by United States Commissions)
tlrby for bringing whiskey Into "boni
try** territory contrary to the prohlbl
Ion laws. He was held (or the nexi
esslon of Federal court, which will b<
leld on November IS, al Phllippl.
Warrants were served by Deputj
Jnlted States Mar. bal John Moore, o;
dorgantown, upon Anna Payne, col
ired, and Frank Arnold, ot the Eaal
Side, both being cb-.tged with brlnglnj
ntoilcatlng liquor Into dry territory
At the hearing It developed tha
tuna Payne was carrying whiskey lr
, suit case from M.inougah to Carolint
dines and as this aid not constitute i
federal offense she was let go. Ar
lold, who was charged with bringing
thiskey Into Fairmont from Pennayl
anla, wag held for the action of th<
federal court, la default of ball U
he sum of $1,0U0 be was sent bacli
o await the action of the court.
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; ATTENDANCE GOOD |
1 At Close of First Month High 1
Srhnnl Ha? fiQ
Students
Tba school! oI Union Independent j jj
district of which W. A. Hustead It i |
ths superintendent hare Just closed ?
i the first month of the school year of : S
1 1917-1918. During the month just clos-11
| ed an average attendance of 96 per ?
. cent has been recorded for the school-. V
- which Is considered a splendid aver-; C
> age for the first month in the year.1 ?
[ The new High school recently start- ?
ed In the Central school building Is g
progressing beyond the most sanguine -D
expectations and now has a total enrol ?
ment of 69. 5
Interesting chapel exercises are con- g
1 ducted at the Central school building $?
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THIS space was resei
late music selection
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them over, we have so mi
and this space is so sma
to come in and hear thei
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any good selections
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