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*-'''' ' ' -:.>MM^^ ^^A^^AA^?^<vvs<VW' i:. ulhi1ii.k p Jim old mis rM: Kttje Washington Team Has Long String of Victories S|s;'5.. ' Football In Went Virginia for the j}- ' Mwon 1917 will come to a climax on m , ' < * ._ rt-i -M -? "? TW?t '?I rr?t _ |r.y DMon?7 w^aa me weoi Virginia university meets the Washington and Jer- [ ; ^ ,tenon . College at South Side park. In the nilnds of many all previous games on the West Virginia schedule have been preliminary to the great contest I that will take place in this city on Sat'. ^4 ' Rivalry for football honors between W. V. U. and Wash-Jeff opened just ; twenty-five years ago when the first "football team ever supported by West Virginia journeyed to "Little Washing .- ton" and was deefated by the one-sided score.of 71-0. On that day the seeds of V rivalry were sown that are now bearing fruit gwi Following the records of the two . teams it is found that in the first eight yean-that West Virginia met WashJeff they were unab'e to score a single S point, walls wash Jeff wero nolo to ' mark np a total ot 255 points. The cloaest that West Virginia ever came to victory was in 1895 when they succeeded in holding the Pennsylvania team'to a 4-0 count. In 1S03 a game between the two teams at "Little Washington" was forfeited to West Virginia, resulting in a free for all fight after the game. No game was played in 1304 or 1905, hut In 1906 Wash-Jeff continued her long list of victories, which was not broken until 1911 when West Virginia won in a game played at Morgantown with a 6-5 score. Victory was resumed in 1913 and 1914 tor the Pennsylvania team, but in 1915 W.' V. U. was able to hold the Pennsylvania team to a 6-6 score. Because of controversy over the eligibility of Errett Rodgers. there was no game played in 1916. Sixteen games have been played between W. & J. and VT. V. tJ. of which W. & J. has won thirteen, lost two and tied one. Sbmb I Rev. C. C. Lawson Stirs East Side With Evangelistic Sermons. r;.? . ????? / " "People of Fairmont quit your sin; volunteer In the army of the Lord and . |et Jesus,be your captain." 8uch are the pleadings of lawyer[: preacher Lawson before Interested s 5 congregations In revival services at tho First Methodist Protestant church, East Side. It has been mar.y years since so much "get dov.n to work" Interest has been created on the Last Side as is now being done by the stirring straight to the point lawyer sir-le ot putting the teachings of our Master by ltev. Lawson. The great Judge did not send his; ' son Into the wort 11 > < o- vn ir.it ;u corMet and convince a way Ifru&j to Aaraino t.-r-i I punishment, is the way Mr. tuiwson What would you think oi Jesus if he 1 ; . should come to KiU'raont ami do nsome church numbers do'' lie com i What must we resort to; what can we do to pet tho church members to come to the house of (tod for religious worship! Put cr. a :en cent show? pici taring some wild west, blood curdling scene that stimulates the youths of our town to imitate? Or some love affair thrown in pictures upon the screen Ejj which is a picture lesson that poisons the minds of virtue and destroys the hope of future happiness? i Some of the churches should be constructed in automobile style, so many of the church members and those who are not members of church could get v .... a glimpse of the inside of the house LOf find flTlrf hflflp Wia wnrH nrparhod B .Society balls and dance halls arc 'ccndenfning more young virtuous woI . manhood to eternal ruin In one month than the church can throw out its pros' tooting arms to save, In live years RV f The church would be more Christ g. Uke, 11 there were Icbs formality and ' more ol the pure unadulterated relig-1 ^ Ion ol our Lord and Savier, Jesus: BKf,':; Another drawback to the church is Bp. . lta membership want to ride and Jesus ' Ht,.\ and the preachsr pull the load. Kv;." These services are becoming mo'e K- and more interesting and the way in ! j ' which Rev. Lawson handles his sub j jects, link by link make an unanewcr-! I'. able chain of argument. . . The subject lor Tuesday and Wed- i K" Bay nights are: Bp'- Who cares It he has? It la urgently requested that all - church members take an active part In bringing some one into the told ol ^Christ. They will' be more than paid Kv , " by hearing these great evangelistic Sermons-carefully compiled by an eloquent eqthusiacUc lawyer-preacher. i Bimstead's Worm Syrup Hjb 'tpn and son Bsmedy fog Worms. :.Msedffce test for SO yoaro. rr I.- MM To childroa U Is u sagol of - tarw. ?MUMrt to nn. to j - a. wo raraxo bbxdzd. o?? . * ILL 1 11 JHB I HARRIS, Q1 ? 1 monongah! Attended Dinner. Several members of tbo local auxiliary of Red Cross were In Fairmont yesterday evening attending the dinno rat The Fairmont to arouse enthusiasm in the big 15,000 membership campaign. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leo N. Satterflcld, Mayor T. G. Price, Mrs. Max Bear, Mrs. G. L. Freed, Mrs. Howard Fleming, Mrs. Tony Cirmo, Miss Kathryu Price and ethers, ... To Fairmont. Many local people are planning to take advantage of the special street car service this evening and will attend "Intolerance" at the Grand Thea tre. Tho special car will leave Fairmont following the show and go as far as Shlnnston. In New Room. The first meeting of the local auxilitary ol' lied Cross in t'neir new work room in tho Consolidation Coal company building is scheduled for tomorrow evening. Acme In Line. At the regular meeting of the Acme Society st.;r<iay evening the society as a whole joined tho Red Cross. Membership will he placed with the local auxiliary of Red Cross. f ' Personals. Miss Blanche Metz. of Farlmont, was in Monongah yesterday evening call;; on fi lends. Mayor T. G. Price was among tho rut ?if t n urn pfillprq in Pnlrmnnt vroo. .. . w? .U.T VMOVtw ? * WMUUWV JVUterday evening. Marvin Morris was among the week cirri social callers in Clarksburg. Miss Leila Lievlng was among the c ut of town shoppers in Fairmont yesterday afternoon. Troy Nichols was in Clarksburg over Sunday calling on friends. Miss Edna Jones was In Monongah yesterday evening calling on friends. Oliver Glover was among the recent social callers In Clarksburg. Miss Susie Saboy, of Bellvlew, was among the out of town callers in Morongah yesterday evening to attend the meeting of the Acme society which was held at the home of Miss Hallie Orr. u , Miller Huggins used to bo under an alias in the Interstate league. Ho probably will want to dig it up again after managing the Yanks for a season of two. . ' Cleaning or Dyeing I WHEN DONE BY footer's Methods Carries with it a newness that Is pleasing and a finish that ts lasting. Carpets, Portiers, Curtains, Blankets, Blinds, Comforts, Covers, Gentlemen's, Ladles and Children's wearing apparel of all kinds. Have your fall and winter needs done now. Footer's Dye Works (The World's best Cleanera and Dyers.) > CUMBERLAND, Md. ' R. GILKESON. | Agent Fairmont and Vielnlty BOWLING ESVVIRGINIA'S ? T JU [JARTERBACK; LENT3, HALFBACK Willi RED CHOSSMEMBERS T lliltAWnM Uiiw nU A <i4-! ?r/t in uuuiciaii VIIUIUI miivc 111 Securing Applications for the Society. Living up to tha long standing lojr alty of the Lutheran church to the government, which, was established ! in Colonial times when Rev. John i Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg cast off his surplice and disclosed underneath il the uniform of a colonel in the Cot onlal army, the Lutheran church the country over is active, in assisting the Red Cross society. At no place where a Lutheran church is in existences is there anj slacking. Grace Lutheran congre gation, of Fairmont Is just as active as any congregation to secure a one hundred per cent membership. Some of the members have already enrolled their babies as members at the spec! fled price. The ladles of the commit tee at Grace Luthhran church are Mrs G. H. Colebank, chairman, W. F Shafferman, vice chairman. Mrs. Raj Harden, Mrs. Fred Leltenberger anc Mrs. C. H. Bloom. Recently at a meeting of the Gen oral Council of the Evangelical Lutb cran church the following resolution! were passed, which express their uo swerving loyality to government. "Therefore, bo it resolved: That wi remember beforo God and record be fore man, our deep gratitude that thi I'nitod States has rightly maintained liberty of conscience, freedom of woi ship and a separation of Church am State, which are precious heritages o the Reformation under which ou Church has enjoyed unbroken proa perlty. "That wo pray Almighty God ti grant us. the American people, to gcther with our Allies, a complete am decisive victory over our enemies, ii order that our ancient liberties ma; be preserved and deepened; and tha justice, righteousness and that free dom which is our sacred heritage ma; BIG DIFFERI IN CONE WJ Gives Kar-Nak C Gentlemen:?I have had kidney had severe pains In my hack, I auf indigestion. I have taken one botl all ot the pains in my back and mj Is much beter now and my lndlf Kar-Nak. 61 Kar-Nak aids digestion. Kar-Nak tones up the liver. Kar-Nak regulates tho bowels. Kar-Nak strengthens the appeth Kar-Nak banishes' sick and nen Kar-Nak is a stomach and nerv dren as well as old folks. Kar-Na formula and all persons that are ness, headaches, rheumatism, live ness, sleeplessness, bloating, in : stomach and nerves should go at where a special representative ol He will be glad to explain how it 11.00 the bottle and your money b Go to the Mountain Cltjr Drug < Drug Co., Merchant St. On sale at Mannington by iLi : FAlKMONT, TUESDAY EO> CRA^BACKFJE, *j^g: - ',. ^ MH9 ?9 H HKSHHr F^ ' > k'bBISM KSHIH v ,,2 ^StatSKraS WkgE^Sn ; KING, HALFBACK; RODGERS, FI iriririri ^ .1-1 ri ri.r. ' be enjoyed by the nations ot thi earth. "That we express to the Presiden of the United States our Chrlstiai sympathy and loyal devotion, and be seech our Heavenly Father to sustaii i and strengthen him with all needcc grace, and that we most earnest!; pledge to blm our support In the ex erclse of his constitutional authorit; no 4 Via Pr\m m n e\9 4 b, ua tuo vuiuuiuuuci-tu vuivi \J 1 kUi Army and Navy of the United States in his high and earnest purpose *t< make the world safe for democracy.'' 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I fercd some with stomach trouble and tie of Kar-Nak and it has taken away ' kidney trouble Is gone; my Btomach ;estlon has been relieved thanks to W. D. MORRISON. 4 State Street, Fairmont, W. Va. V. I . ? i r , te. ' roue headaches. dus tonic. Kar-Nak is good for chilk is compounded from the wonderful > suffering from Indigestion, blliousT ailments, kidney trouble, nervous tact ail run-down conditions 01 tea once to the Monntain City Drug Co., ! the Kar-Nak Chemical Co. le now. works. Come In and try a free dose, ack it the medicine tails to help yon. :o., opposite Court Honso or tbe Hall ' the Prescription pharmacy ' rT\TP .. LiilU LD ~~ B * UhSjuBL ? 9e^fl>ki2^SBSSS9S^S^i' ^ v9^> Wfl f 'm f JLLBACK. " ; fSS3B3EEB I 77ie"MaAzngi i M 5 SfiU 1 U, S, N. Ensigns Gt enjoying \ I COPY OF TELEGRAM ! s 1 AMERICAN RED CROSS. N. Y. Ciiy: ; "Many thanks for kind of troops of this command. Men but think pipes, BULL DUt cigarettes, match boxes, pock candies, writing materials, nc suitable." ' General Pershing sent Mexican border a year ag for his boys in France toda; only branded article asked GEN Bull' C TOBi /? Guarantee *4// J /hJtf Srut&w&ui, INCOBPtfB Makes \ B F< F. M. Murph ?J (J:,,,9}..1/4 OTHER SI Boys; Suits | M ~j $5to$15 A MAN'S What You Will is the distinctive feature o Store, Distinctive new shirts, beautiful patterns, good material, soft French cuffs $1.00. Other good strlrts $1.00 up. Gloves for every use, warm, fleece lined gloves, fur lined gloves for dress $1.00 up. New and handsome Silk Mufflers, something "different"-? a good selection at $1 to $(1 NnRUAI'C I ACT I iiuiimnL u uiu i GAME FRIDAY: Broaddus College Will Come Here For a Game That | 1 . - Day. i ! " ' ] Local fans probably will have tbelr j last chanco this season to sea the Normal eleven In action In what will prob- | ably be their last game ot the season i i'h Friday afternoon of this week when : they clash with the Broaddus College i -orgc ff. Peterson, Robert O'D. Hinckley t the "Makings" somewhere on the Atlantic FROM GENERAL PERSHING Fer to contribute Christmas boxes tt now well supplied with necessaries; IHAM tobacco, cigarette papers, ;et knives, small cans of jam, sticl ivels and handkerchiefs would b< the above telegram from the :o. He needs the same thingi y. "BULL" DURHAM was the for by name. IUINE IURHAM f ACCO atcd rou Glad You're ERG or Your Health's Sak y, Distributor fc FAIRMONT, W. VA : ': ' V'^V*''' ' *!* "' '. ' ?'*" 1 pr V' -my)*l+ -' As-.' * ".- ' <' .<^?v..?- .( . PORTS I ' " Mackin?w? ; for Boys i A $5.00to$15. STORE T !1/o Ca i i jumt ou riuui ^ f everything in tHe Men's |j Men's Suits In sfl tte newest styles, newest tabrics and in .b sices for men of all builds 318 - ? 1 to |35. -' , ' i fc Overcoats, Michael Stern aad<-~! Kuppenheimer Brand, tor young ; men, middle aged men, old men"' 315 to 335. Shoes, all the smartest lasts for men 35 00 to 313-00. toam at South Side park. Two weeks ago the Norulal team . jorneyed to Phlllppt and were defeated Lya 28-0 score. With the addltlonof Frank Fleming, fullback, to the team, "J ibe Normal 1b much stronger than they were when they played at Phlllppt 8al? rati another new man tram fast year's ... Learn, is playing tackle and to also a big Improvement on the line, both in experience and weight The Normal, is well pleased.wtth.ttS excellent showing that they were able to make Friday against the WVV. O, Reserves. With this encouragement, , the Normal will buck against the heavy Croaddus team on Friday determined to "turn the tables." The Normal is booked tor one mora ji frame, this being with Belington Hlgh j school at South Side park on November 1.1 24th. It la very probable, however, hat tblg game will be canceled. , a rnrnrnrnrnmimmmmmmmmmmmmm^ 'sj pfyyywf^ of a Nation I mi I. Glim Wilton -J eoatt r| kSug^stionTo Kjfr'i f SG?h?!!3Si 1 L.