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IT ' VerySpeaal
I] .. One aplendid collection of woitien'e
fresh, clean white and fancy
j voile walate, fl value for 57c. Main
I Dresses of Li
||j| . "Heed the Call
! m ine
Red Cross"
Every mother-son o? Fairmont s
his district who is not actively <
(aged In serving under the coli
ihould answer the coll ot the E
Tross.
JOIN NOW.
This la Red Cross Week?Nforcml
m to 17th inclusive. And the c
? join should have your support,
he Red Cross is not Immediately p
rided with sorely needed funds, t
United States will lose thousands
[fe flKhtjng^men before many tc
A long war will shake this count
'fi Its foundations. Your contributl
/. 51.00 for a membership cnrd to t
Ited Cross will assure that Gen. P
filing's forces are admlnlstorcd ut
?and will holp materially in aavl
thousands ot lives.
Sale ot Silk Blouse
| I at $3.00
Pretty, dainty *3llk crepo do eh!
" Monies in either white, flesh, navy
black, solid shades, smartly tailor!
. " slzej from 36 to 40; they're wal
BsH V that you would pay all tho way tr
} ? $3.50 to (4 .00 to in a regular way. I
1 MAHNINGTON
atW';' 'i/ t =
Cave Discourse.
J. William Eldredge, assistant secref.'
tary of the State Geueral Sunday
; : School Association, gave a discourse
At the Presbyterian church yesterday
i;i>. afternoon on new plans, and standards
' jor bettor. Sunday schools. The meeting
was well attended, a number ot orPgr
facers and ministers (rom other denominations
being present.
Left for Camp Lee.
jPbfc) Two colored men, William Banks
' and James Gray left tor Camp Lee,
Petersburg, Va? Saturday. They were
V> MTe gone with the recent detach
went of colored boys who entrained
here a short time r.go.
1? v Will See Game.
. A number ot persons from this city
trill witness the W. and J. \V. V. U.
football game at Fairmont next Satur
<i* .. *. Attend Ben Supper.
! > . Several Mannlngton young folks attended
a box supper at State Fork on
Friday evening and report an enjoyable
trip.
Mrs. Cunningham III.
K.r Mrs. N. A. Cunningham, on aged lady
jg residing in Srookslde, haa Deen tiulte
- W of scute Indigestion for the past
few days.
F'i': : Called by Father's Death.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry D. Wolfe, of this
city,"WSrh called to Sistersville Satur-i
daw L? ak* dnalh .? a I a - ? I
u/ iuc ucttiu ui mo luriuer s iuiuer.
George Wolfe. . Tbe deceased had
&r:- teen 111 for a long time and his death
% was not unexpected.
'Mrs. Christy III.
i: ^ Mrs. Bert Christy has been quite
T 0! for the past few days at her home
on Bins street
? - g Attended Alumni Banquet.
iji- Winston T. Smith attended a banK
' quet of the Washington and Jefferson
-College alumni, in Washington. Pa..
- Friday evening. Mr. Smith is a graduate
of that institution.
kti:;
1' Mrs. Coleman Entertains.
' Mrs. Mary Coleman entertained the
Ladies' Birthday club at her home on
' Clarksburg street Friday afternoon.
The' time .was spent In knitting until
'M,. Six o'clock, when dinner was served In
THEIR BITI
IP^
1; TheTeutons'capture
of over IOC
trttllerp defense on General Cadorna'i
fccttre of tto smaller field pieces and c
HARWSOJO ?
* on "EConom y Coftffg ^
ixuriou3 Satins~
Slenderizing
ses of Smart a
Serge
s Unusual
sr 8
5
Ion
: ^p-jl
a $7 $10.
Some of the season's best models I
noon travel nml general tlaytimo we
pleated tunic, surplice straight lined
no tully embroidered; materials are met
or ins and silks and combinations; nav
id; tashlonable colors. Fortunately, we I
Ms dividual and exclusive styles, better d
im dresses to sell at the three above pi
generally. This means theretore, tha
latest note of novelty should review i
courses. The hostess was assisted in i ?.
serving by Mrs. lloy F. Alder and the m
Misses Bertha Wadn and Margaret!
i'urbeo. ' j j.
Taken to Hospital. | ?,
Miss Myrtle Ott, who lias been serl-jm
ousiy ill at the homo ot ner sister, Mrs.
Thomas Campbell for the pest week. atl
was taken yesterday to Cook hospital w(
in Fairmont tor treatment. She was
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Campbell
and Miss Margaret Belch. '
Joseph S. Lazear Dies. J,,'
Joseph S. Lazear, aged about SO th
years, a prominent business man ot
alannlngton, and member ot the Man- wi
binglon Lodge No. 31, A., F. & A. Ma
sons, passed away Sunday shortly be- gU
fere noon at the Ohio Valley Ceneral 01
hospital, In Wheeling. Last Monday
Mr. Lazear was tunen 11: with g sudden at
attack ol Intestinal trouble, and on sh
Tuesday -ho was removed to tile Hospital.
Mr. Lazear leaves his wile and ga
cue son, Glen, and one daughter, Miss
Fdis Lazear. His mother. Mrs. John vh
Lazear, ot Sistcrsvllle, W. Va.. also
survives, besides a brother, J. B. La Vli
zear, member of the Furbce Furniture at
and Undertaking company, of Maaufngton.
f.-t
Mi
Personals.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liltie and child pit
spent the week end with relatives In tic
'ellalre, Ohio. Mi
Mrs. Mlna Lynch has returned from
a visit with frioids in Fairmont. to:
Miss OdJi Peterson, teacher In the
local schools, jo^nt the wees er.d with J.,
her parents in Weston. CI
lloy H. fitewrrt has returned from mi
a business visit at Wanna. en
P. D. Meade. Frank Leach and J. F.
.teatty attended the l'itts-W. and J. ho
football i;anie in Pittsburgh Saturday.1 re
Miss Hazel Johnson spent the week
end with her parents in Hundred. tu
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Henderson spent at
the week end with the lattcr's parents. CI
Mr. and Mrs. Cort Owens, In Littleton.
M. C. Clayton has returned from a gu
business visit in Fairmont.
T J. Hamilton of Moundsvllle, was fn
bee on business Saturday.
Miss Mabel Vogan who Is reaching wi
at Clover Uap, spent the week end at
her home here. nr
Jonn Davis, who Is employed In Ui
V/beeling. spent the week end with his Pa
family on Burt Hill
William S. Ingles was a business gu
visitor In Fairmont Saturday.
Mrs. Jennie Hoge and cousin, James rlr
E IS WORSE THAN THEIR I
0 large guns ironi Uiu Kalians in tbo pres
1 imailer artillery. But these 102 million
an aulckljr be moveit from olace to placfc
' ! ? ~
1 '
Cheerful Bugs $1.75.
'81m 27x54 Inches rich colorings,
rlental and Floral designs; relet
rugs for any rpom In the home.
Third Floor.
?Dresses of
Silks?Dresr
nd Practical
Values
50 $
n popular priced tracks tor afte-r
ar. Tailored and fancy styles In
and pcntop effects; many beautii's
wear serge, French Serge, saty
and black and 'most all of tbo
lave been able to secure more In(verity
and greater styles fer our
rpular prices than you encountor
t tbc woman or miss desiring the
iur showing Saturday or Monday.
west. 01 L.oganbporc, were In Fair
ant Saturday.
Francis Boutwell Is home from Erie,
i., for u visit with his mother.
Mrs. E. G. Smith and daughter, ol
arksburg, are guests of the former's
other Mrs. Zana Blackshere.
Mr and'Mrs. Carter Lavelle and Mr,
d Mis. Charles Kennedy spent the
>ek end with relatives In Clarksburg
Mrs. Hattie Morgan, of Locust street,
the guest of her uncle at Rymer.
James T. Newell has returned from
aysville and Washington, Pa., hav
g visited his son. Oliver Newell, at
e latter place. .
Charles lluhbs spent the weok end
h his parents In Moundsvllle.
Mrs. Jackson, of Rowlesburg, is the
est of her sister, Mrs. Leroy Sturm.
East Run.
John Thomas, of Colfax, is a guest
the home of W. 0. Davis in Brookle.
Edward Federer has gone to Morntown
to visit with friends.
Glenn Spears has returned from a
sit with friends in Point Marlon, Pa.
John Kennedy has returned trom a
ill with is brother, Robert Kennedy,
Cross Roads.
Mrs. Edward Hough lias returnen
nt< a visit with her parents, Mr. and
rs. S. C. Sybert In Cleveland, Ohio.
Charles Gcssler, who has been emjyed
in Bridgeport, Ohio, for some
uc, Is visiting at bis home on East
tin street.
U. S. Van Zant was a business vlsti
in Fairmont Saturday.
Mrs. Charles Schank of Trenton, N.
and daughter, Mrs. Maude Cook, of
nclnnatl, Ohio, are guests of the fork's
brother. Jack Reay and family
Rose street.
Dr. Russell D. Ice has returned to his
me in Moundsville after a visit with
latlves here.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Stewart have rerned
to their home on Pleasant street
ter visiting their daughter Mr*
aude Browning, at Logan, W. Va.
Al. George, ot Littleton, was the
est or friends here yesterday.
Mrs. Dora Weaver has returned
sm a visit in Parkersburg.
Miss Rose Zier has returned from a
>ek's visit with friends in Pittsburgh.
Mrs. L. J. McMillan. Mrs. A. L. Pricb
d and Rev. H. D. Clark attended the
lion Sunday school convention at
irrackville Friday.
Mrs. Hawkins, of Annabelle, is the
est of her daughter. Mrs. I. M. Hupp.
Harold McGee, of Detroit, Mich., arred
Saturday evening for a visit at
(ARK
,-SS 1
ent offensive puta the burden of
iter gone ore among the most ef
| The Mines Jessie Church and Ms
i ec to their homes after visiting triendi
here.
Stanley McClellan spent Sonda]
with friends at Barton.
Albert Evans has accepted a post
tlon In Clarksburg having gone than
yesterday to assume his duties.
Shad Kuhn, of Underwood, is the
guest of his brother, Joseph Kuhn, ol
Houghtown.
Calvin Bennett has gone to Pitts
burgh for a visit with relatives.
Walter Mays, of Moundsvllle. is the
guest of friends here.
Lionel Wilson, who has been employ
ed for the past year at Alliance, Ohio
is here for a visit with his parents, Mr
and Mrs. C. C. Wilson.
Ivan Robinson is home from Elllotl
Business College -in Wheeling for s
visit with his parents, on High street
K. E. Hayes was a visitor in Fair
mont Saturday.
Mrs. Joe Kuhn and daughter. Mist
Helen, are guests of tlie former's sis
tcr. Mrs. J. A. Ramaly. In Bollalro. Ohio
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence N. Beattj
are expected home from their weddlnf
tour^in a day or two.
Scott Straight was a business visitoi
In Fairmont Saturday. F.
E. Morris and Peter Bradley, ol
New Freeport, Pa., were business visl
tors in the city Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. M. M. Ingram and little sot
have returned to their home In Nea
Castle, Pa., after a visit with the for
mer's mother, Mrs. L. C. Furbee, or
Center street.
The Misses Mildred Elliott and
Gladys Connelly have returned from
Ciover Gap where they were the guests
of their grandparents.
James J. Allen was a business vlsi
tor in Fairmont Saturday.
Lawrence Louden is home from
Clarksburg for a visit with his parents
Fleming Atlia has returned from s
t usingss visit in Morgantown.
The Misses Beuluh Hess and Virginia
Shaw, of the \V. V. U. at Morgan
town. SD?mt th? ?n?l ?
w ,.w.n vuu civ IIICII
homes here. They were accompanied
by MIbs Margaret Moore, of Wost Ale*
ar.der, Pa., for a visit here.
Mrs. U. S. Courson has returned
from Pittsburgh, Pa., where sbo had
spent a week with her cousin, Mrs,
Kohler.
William Smith, Jr., has returned
ft om a short visit in Pittsburgh. Pa.
John Llllts returned Saturday to
.Baltimore, Md., after having been em.
ployed by the Bowers Pottery com
puny here for the past three months.
Mrs. Homer Kcyes has returned from
a visit with relatives in Cameron.
Dewey Shafer, of Fairmont, is home
tor a week end visit with Ills parents.
Mrs. 11. Elwuod Davis hus returned
from a visit with relatives iu Fairmont.
Clay Tootlmian is home from Fairi
mont for a short visit.
Ardea Robinson has returned from
. a visit with relatives In Cameron.
! Paul Floyd and Steven Guult spent
the week end iti Fairmont.
Mrs. Myrtle Cunningham, of dencenin,
Clay county, arrived here Saturday
for a visit with relatives,
Mrs. W. H. Webster, of Wheeling,
it the guest of friends in the city.
Dale Turner, of the W. V. U.. at Morgantown,
spent the week end at his
home here.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Fleming, of Cameron,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. McKinless and family here. Mr.
McKenless having left last evening for
Washington. D. C., he having been appointed
a machinist In the U. S. Naval
gun factory there.
Mr. and Mrs. Josenh Sirilev nf r*m
fcron. were guests of tlie former's brother,
John SiUley, here yesterday.
Ernest F. Millan was a business visitor
In Fairmont Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Rymcf and Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Rymcr spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Larney Dragoo, In
Smithflcld.
Mrs. Fred Barrows and son were
guests of the former's sister. Mrs. Ola
White. In Fairmont Sunday.
HAVE LOCAL AGENCY.
Recently the members of the Ladles'
Aid Society of Grace Lutheran
church took over the Fairmont agency
for New Era washing tablets. Final
arrangements have been made for the
annual supper, which will be hejd on
Thursday evening. November 22, from
5 to S o'clock. Sauer kraut, frankfurthers,
pork, mashed potat'des, sphngettl.
celery, bread, butter, Jelly, and
coffee will be served with each admission
ticket Ice cream and cake will
be sold at an extra charge.
Bell-am f
Absolutely RemoveIndigestion.
Druggis'tt
refund money if it fails. 25c
People Residing at
MANNINGTON
SHINNSTON
FAIRVIEW
I and intermediate points can return
home after the performance
GRAND THEATER
TUESDAY NIGHT
after witnessing the film spectacle
INTOLERANCE
or "Love's Struggle Throughout the
Ages."
Residents of these places and intermediate
points will, also be welcomed
, at the matinee. Entire show both afternoon
(2:15) and night (8:151. Motors
at 5:00 and 11:00 P. M.
ORCHESTRA OF 15
An offering of P. W. Griffith who
oroduced "The Birth of a Nation."
I ' ''
r
Join the Red Cross A
1 special booth at our
j store.
1^
New Serge Di
$g.75 $0.75 and
All are fashionable an<
All sizes. All have touche
i priced models. Box and
cuffs and belt.
J'M
New Wii
.The styles will appeal t
and colors. Although the
ed from higher priced n
bargains.
| At $2= 1
HMMSMMMM
(jhTwrni
H style is representative of
8 and beautiful style has a.
| joying a very unusual bu
Bed, Livii
Two woods prevail, Ar
CONSERVATIVELY
Edison has re-created the
We believe Miss Christ
have now'convinced all <
wha have heard their to:
the
New Edisor
We are receiving small
Cabinets every few days
of most of our customer
later delivery, you should
Iare uncertain.
"Hooverize and save fo
"Hoosierize and savet
8 Buy your Hoosier Kite
Ross
| Masonic Temple "1
ooooocooaaooaoopococccocoo
v A Disper
| Stylish 5
One lot of stylish models, a
'j* wool men's serges, poplins, veli
W Many styles to select from in
and black. These stvlish suits
$30.00, now reduced to
$18.50 $19.75 $21'pccoc
Six Different
SI 0 72 Styles t0
1^ Choose From
I all the cplors that are being worn.
;s of style and fact similar of high
side plaited, embroidered collars,
Special Coat
oaic
Our assortmenes have been augn
ial sale by the receipt of several rei
| Here are wonderful values. Exce;
) es, Pom Poms, Silvertones, broadc
livias, etc., all colors and sizes.
At $18.50, $21.75, $24.50, $27.!
titer Hats M
;o most any women. Black llRnui
se hats are copied or adaptlodels
they are wonderful jf|^
. $?.00' w
up to = lb*
_ _
am and Mary
the best in Seventeenth Century d
grace and.charm delightful and sati
siness in this period comprising of
ig and Dining Room Fur
nerican walnut and oak.
PRICED?Visit our floors and see
charm beautifi
-.-UI..-V? ture has on yoi
jAjjuna in the various ]
There is more
furniture than
gK jpSsi A- very unusi
ffij Betsy Lane Sh
II VVM J|l voice since her
day evening i|i
demonstrated
> tone of the human voice on the mo
ine Miller and Miss Shepherd J
)f the Fairmont music lovers M
ne tests of the superiority of
i Phoiiograpn I
shipments of Hoosier Kitchen
which have so far taken care
s. Should you want one for
speak for it soon as deliveries
od."
ime and food."
hen Cabinet NOW. $25C
Furniture <
Furniture Worth Living With."
.
r'er one hundred new I
ish Georgette Bious- I
ast received.
sal Of
>uits j 1
ill sizes, made of all r*
ours, gabardines etc. . -' I;
the popular colors
! sold at $22.50 up to , i;
|||g
75 aod $23-75 f|
lented for this spec- "
narkable purchases,
ptional coats, plush:loths.
velours. BoiO,
$31.50, $34.75 |
_ ~. M rrll. I -V >
Period j
esigning. This old. 9
isfying. We are en- g
niture
for yourself what ?
illy designed furni- 8 '
u Educate yourself 0
periods of design; 8
to be learned about I.
you might imagine.
lal demand for Miss ;
epherd's re-created, 8
visit here last Mon- f
a Tone Test whicti 8
how perfectly Mr. X
isical instrument 8
I I v I
'.OONewr Edison ^

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