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The West Virginian. [volume] (Fairmont, W. Va.) 1914-1974, October 30, 1917, Image 8

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Klv The law that?
?&?.: "YOUTH WILL BE SERVED!"?
p" Hat been repealed.
'>! > War did It, war and the vigor of
tome sport veterans.
While youth Is serving in the war
R. the veterans will be given the chancel
ot the|r lives to come back?in every
ip.'i , line of sport, baseball, football, tennis,
gdlf, racing. walking, swimming.
i> ' wrestling, boxing.
No, you needn't laugh at their making
good. There s a lot of the old
time stuff left in many a veteran of
Rthe sport world.
They used to be called "has-beens ."
K'J " But a lot of them are not through.
R.P; Bob.Fitzslmmons' death called attm
I isrirt
m IN RIIPKHAUMnU en
Iiii uuuiiiiniiiiun uu
High School Has Won Two
and Lost Two So Far
This Season.
With a record ot two games won aid
an equal number lost Fairmont High
Is now getting In shape to meet 111c
Bucjthannon High in a game to be play
ed lit Fairmont 011 next Saturday.
Buckhannon and Fairmont have been
rivals tor athletic honors tor many
years, especially in basketball, it is
sure that Buckhannon will have a go-; 1
football team and will make the local
eleven show class to win.
Turkovich, the fullback, who ais
been out ot the game for the past two
weeks was out for practice for the first
ripe yesterday evening. Ills Jaw-bone
has about healed and if he is not In
lured in practice probably will be seen
in the line-up against the Buckhannon
lads on Saturday.
"Red" Dean has been working in the
backfield recently and has been showing
up well, although be has not been
used at any of the rear positions as
yet Capt. Meredith, Knight and Milie
have been doing good work in the absence
of BInns and Turkovich.
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PATRIOTIC DUTIES
Fairmont Lodge Bought $6,500
Worth of Liberty
T ,/tOM PftMilo
juvan jl/uiiuo*
The Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elks, an order built largely on
patriotic things, did a great deal of
valuable work in connection with the
W-... second Liberty loan. The War Relief
pte" Association of the national body has
Just agreed to equip Base Hospital No.
46 of the University of Oregon at a
Ej' . cost of $60,000, the money to be takeu
fe'v from a $1,000,000 war relief fund con
trlbuted by 500,000 members of the order.
. The organization has already
- equipped the base hospital of the Uik Sip
'*v varsity: of Virginia. The Wheeling
H lodge was the leader in a recent muss
meeting in that city in which Congress
man M. M. Neely was the speaker.
Eg That lodge recently sent a check tor
v $100 to buy athletic goods for Company
C at Camp Lee. The Fairmont lodge
r _ boqght $6,500 in Liberty bonds at a
BMy.;., time when the lodge would be though'
to be embarrassed as it moves into
new. quarters in the Deveny bulldmg
K&?/- in this city in December. The Park EvEjsersbqrg
lodge voted $500 worth of idberty
bonds and other lodges throughout.the
state did the same.
There are fifteen lodges In West Virginia.
located at Wheeling. Hunting
r.- ton, Charleston, Farkersburg, Claras
burg, Fairmont, Martinsburg. Bluefleld.
f: " Moqndsvllle, Mannlngton, MorgiuBSh
; > town, Elkins. Grafton. Slstersvillc and
The new quarters of the Fairmont
ALL 1
HERE ARE SOME OLD TIIV
n m
tiou to the oldllmers still lit the go-,
ing. Boh you remember, was swine, |
lng the gloves right up to the ' ?
when the grim reaper knocked at .tie
door. . . i
Just the other day Eddie Plank said
he was going to stage a come truck
stunt In baseball next season. Jie
won't he the only oil fellow still look i
ing at fast ones coming front the pitch
er's hand. Hans Wagner tried to re
tire at 43. but the slipping Pirates
called him back. Larry Lajoic. at 4 J. Is
; a star In the minors.
Probably the oldest vet in sport is Ii
| Joe I lineman of Wausau. Wis., cruel, i
I trapshooter, and he is only 02 yats 11
i old! N. 1). Towns rt Los Angeles C\o. ,
I nicked 34 straight targets ou his eighty J
' lodge will occupy two floors of a new i
| building. The lodge room will tah<. i
up both floors having a ceiling 22 feat
; high. The lower floor will he devot- i
ed to billiard room, card room, kitchen |
J ladles' room, lounging room. etc.. and ;
Ion Ihe upper floor will he ten sleep.',
' Ing rooms, splendidly equipped.
Charlie Ebbetts will weep all o/er
Long Island when the National League
cuts those 14 games olT the schedule.
Benny Leonard now knows how Alexander
fell when he could find no mora
worlds to conquer.
1 Cleveland is going to give Tougher
| Uanscr the main bout because he was
I sent to slumber by Benny Leonard. If
i he had won they'd give him the pubt'c
J square.
I Among those worried most about the
lack of good heavyweights for Willard ,
to meet you won't find Jess. ;
I
Michigan and Notre Dame are the ]
only western football teams to meet
eastern gridironers this fall, which is 1
a mighty lucky thing for the east, as i
per usual. t
i
My. what a whale of an army would
he on hand to bean the Kaiser if all 1
t
THE TWO
BEST BUYS
I
Oil and Copper j]
Write for free copy,
THEOILWORLD !
702 Union Bank Building
PITTSBURGH, PA.
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UUWoSITY I:
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30WLINC
ILKS STILL MAKING GU
\ * tmBEsSB^Jtritfif 'M
FRANK KRAMER.
first birthday.
ICdward Payson Weston, near thf
SO-year mark. Is hunting for walknj
rivals. Laurence Waterbury. over 4U
can put it over many a youthful po.t
player. Travis was over 55 when m
took the golf championship. And the
links are well acquainted with goof
golfers who long ago kissed their 4'llt
birthdays goodby. Frank Kramer car
ries many years around the track am!
heats young fellows across the tape
Alfred De Oro, tacked another nail ir
his billiard titles the other day am
de Oro has seen some GO summers.
And don't forget how ancient "Pap'
Beers is driving winners on the track
So get back 'nto trim, old tinnrs
Here's another opportunity for you ti
:he castoffs New York American league
team's managers enlisted!
Arthur Cummlngs never acquires
is much fame inventing the curve thai
fell to Eddie C'icotte for not nrniliicki:
a "slili c ball."
Dandruffy Scalps
Lead to Baldness
If you have dandruff get rid of ;t
juick?it's positively dangerous and
will surely ruin your hair if you dob t
Dandruffy heads mean faded, brlula
;rav, scraggly hair lliat finally cll-s
tnd foils out?new hair will not grow
?then you are bald and nothing can
telp you. The only sure way to atii-l
sla dandruff for good Is to destroy toe
term that causes it. To do this quick
v, surely and safely there is nothitK
m effective as Parisian sage, which
t'ou can gel from ull. City drug store
ind good druggists everywhere, it i;
;uaranteed .0 cure dandruff, stop Itch
ng scalp and falling hair, and promote
1 new growth, or the cost, small as t!
Is, will be refunded.
Parisian sage is a scientific prepuu
don that supplies all hair needs?ar
antiseptic liquid, neither sticky an
treasy. easy to apply, and dellcat-ej
perfumed.
If you want beautiful, soft, thick
lustrous hair and lots ot it, you must
ise Parisian sage. Don't delay?begir
tonight?a little attention now Insure;
ibundant hair for years to come.
Note: Parisian sage positively ?:!
aot color or streak the hair.
j Prices in EM o
B At the sales and service depot o
g Week Days 2Gc, Saturday Sped
5 At your service from 7 A. M. tc
5 to us too. ,
I FAIRMONT VI
? 110 Elk
| Phone 430
FRECKLES
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TWVTEWJURY" ?
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show what you can do. Maybe you can
; t beat a few records these young fellows '
! have been crowing over the last few
| years.
Double Edge Hades . .. ^ QJ1.
V\'e return your blades Ovu
sharpened right and per
postage paid. DOZ
I Will S. Richardson
Mall Order Druggist
127 Green* St. Marietta, n
aHaaaaiHail^a!
| Cleaning or Dysing II
WHEN DONE BY
Footer's Methods
j Carries with it n newness that
is pleasing and a On:pi ttial is
; i lasting. I
i Carpets, Portiers. Curtains.
| Blankets. Blinds. Cumiorts, Cov,
j ers, Gentlemen's. Ladies and i
Children's wearing apparel of all !
1 kinds.
Have your fall and winter i
j needs done now.
Footer's Dye Works
(The World's best Cleaners and
j Dyers.)
CUMBERLAND. Md.
: H GiLLKESON '
Agent Fairmont and Vicinity i
' ! !
I" .
n Standard Gasoline j
f United States Tires. <3
al 25c. Sundays 2Sc. ' 8
i 6 P. M. After that rest is essential 8
fLCANIZING CO. ?
ins Street. |
First Ward |
I AND HIS FRIENDS?(HE M
NOW WUA.T X) JI l]
.ABE YOO J ? i |i|
7 BOYS UP 5 ?pl| |!i, II
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Denfs Gloves [
Stetson Hats
A IV
Men's I
and
That
Confidence in our printed st
of this business. Men?lots o
to know that what they buy is
So when we say ALL WOOI
mean more?
Large Stocks?Variety
Suits for the Regular I
Overcoats for the Your
Suits $18 to $35?Overc
BOWLING MATCH POSTPONED. | salers ]
The games to be rolled at the Y. Jl. morrov
A. yesterday evening between th? nled to
Vest Virginians t-nd the ConsolidaIon
Coal company team was post- fN
oned. .
This evening the postponed game boween
Hartley's and the Corbin Whole/C-.
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\ about a
I At the end ot three ....
B teen Stores began to run low u,
the end of four months we were
a Ing Bull Durham at 25 cents a sac I
some of the boys who had ta
B good supply 111 time. It was nr
1 before we could not buy Bui
i ham at any price.
I / Although we could have tl
/ J Turkish cigarettes at 20 for 1?
M I we would rather give 50 cent
\1 I real Bull Durham smoke,
u > I know from experience i
I tobacco you send to Europe
f< welcomed by every American r
I am sendlhg $1.00 to you so
1 soldiers and sailors will not <
' the want of the "makln's."
$? Tours truly.
\ J. D. JAN8SEN.
1 Postmaster. Fair
DULL uun
TOBACCC
Guaranteed byINCORPOPATCO
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Overcoats
Are All Wool
atements has been one pillar
f them?more of them each
what it's represented to be.
j suits and overcoats, that's i
of Models?Pretty Patterns,
iuild, the short, slim and
A
i? iuan aiiu iui ins L/au.
oats $15 to $35.
Is scheduled to be rolled. Trr
eveniuK Hartley's is sche.v
meet the Monongah Glass team. jtK
hildren Cry feS
FOR FLETCHER'S li
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