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EVENTS TONIGHT. - |
Hall?Masonic Lodge,
e Hall?Protected Home Clr- J!
Building?Woodmen of the '
Hall?Knight of Columbus,
lows Hall?Daughters of Re-' \
Bonding?Sunshine Lodge, ].
dies* Degree of Honor, Skin
ding.
sr Gun Case?Charged with
carrying a revolver and bringing in
whiskey. Angelo Tassone. an Italian, i
Efcirmont, -was arrested on Satur-1
day afternoon by Constable Michael. j
> Be -will be"" heard by Justice Parrish.; J
v j Secretary Kight Here?Secretary J. I
If /"W- Kight of the Y. M. C. A. arrived
JSssa.;- - In Fairmont yesterday from Camp ,'
' Sheridan. Montgomery. Ala., where ;'
gg^.y :he" has been^engaged in .ymy Y. M. '
?! %'MeaScs Looks Around?Superintend- |:
KSi' ent Meaks of "the Hutchinson power i
jpp.V^.'piant was In Fairmont this morn- ! 1
. Dental Society Meets?Thirty mem-1
hers of the* Monongahela Valley Den-1'
|g?->,:-a _--tists* Association "attended a meeting.!:
' which was held on Saturday evening |'
BEg-,.. The Fairmont. There was a good-!
"siz?4 representation ' of Clarksburg1.
EK members in .attendance. Dr. W. J. i
Boydston read a paper on "The Phe-. j.,'r
nomena of Infection." It was very '
ably prepared. The next meeting will j1
restored. Internrban cars will stop: a
HSr.. / at JTo: 63 on the Clarksburg-Fairmont f J
line. Straight's Crossing on the Fair- j
: toont-Manningt on line and at Spring!
. HUI on the ClarksburgAVeston line as
usual. The abgove order Is effective
-Damage Reports?At the end of each
gg|sV- day. the conductors on the Mosongahe1st
Valley Traction Company lines will
ft J- - make Ont a card showing" the exact
SR?-'a:'-.-damages done to the car during that
fegr.- day. Cards will l?e turned in at tnej
g|' LATE "WANT" ADS
Kpt" FOR RENT?Two unfurnished rooms,
fcfei/- " corner IHgh and Monroe streets. Ap1'
ply, R. B. Bark, Boyers Restaurant.
B^^ t-.XOST ON 10 o'clock Clarksburg and
Fairmont Street car. Sunday Feb.
?.-r - 3. 17-jewel watch and chain. Reward j
if returned to Carmine Manzo. 22.1
^ Cottage street, Monongah. W. v a.
Ep&.: WANTED TO RENT?fire room house
. close in with modern conveniences.!
j-' Address Box C25S West Virginian.
2-t-tf-3358. i
IDe Beta on oaturuay, .ipni to, in ,
Clarksburg. . ji
Get Purchasers' License?On Satur- j'
i day afternoon 3 F Freeland of Fair- t
mont,SR- D. 1. -was granted a federal ] i
' purchasers' license by A. G. Martin, ! <
county clerk. ji
: Certificates Filed?These ministers' t
marriage certificates were filed at the
office of the county clerk on SaturT.day
afternoon; Scott Inghram and r
-Bertie, by Rev. R. XD. Hali of the M. ii
v" E- church, on January 20: Thomas |S
Robinson and Mary Yates, by Rev. ,
'Milton Steele on January 2G. j (
Dr. Fred Hess III?Dr. Fred E. Hess ! c
; dentist, who recently took up rooms in
.the Deveney building is today confin- -i
. ed' to the house with grip. He is J
Tcith rmeiimonia. Dr. L. X. :
Tost Is the attending physician
Hffgg ?J? in Mannington?Dr Clarence j
Jr ' : D. Mitchell pastor of the Central Chris- j J
^7'-;. tiaa' church was in Mannington yes- j j
terday where he conducted an evangel ;
jgpi istic service at which two persons i
$& confessed conversion s
Temporary Bridge Finished?The r
jfjp? temporary bridge and steps crossing
ekSt Coal run have been completed hut !
will not he used until the old South c
Side bridge is torn down in the spring, i
- ' Muesscr Goes Home?Engineer Willi i
r--" form Muesser and iiis son! William | i
Spilv Muesser, Jr.. who were at the Criyii
-Hall on Saturday, returned yesterday}
rto New To'rk. ^ j
gf.'t "Tnterurban Stops Restored?Three j 0
IpK^ ; of the stops'on the interurban lines. | a
.were discontinued in the order j o
& .; of January 31 by the Monongaliela h
nvehiinn r*r?mr?n r? v hnvA boon I C
who have made quite a reputation amissionaries
among the mountain peo-i
pie are in Fairmont and will i.<iress!
meetings at the Salvation army hall
on Jackson street this evening and
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
Coach Mullcnix Hare?H. P. MUlIcnix.
coach of the West Virginia l_'n- '
versity basketball was in Fairmont
for a short while Saturday evening.
library Meeting?A' meeting or j
the Directors of the Public Library'
association will be held this evening j
at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs.:
r?nnfp F.Tnif!ft nr? IVnlrnt avpnnp
Sentenced for Carrying Gun?This I
afternoon Justice Musgrove sentenc-)
Ml Frank Best, colored, to jail for six
ruonfhs an 1 imposed a fine of $50
upon aim for carrying a gun.
Stores Closed?Today, the third
fuelless Monday, is being observed in
Fairmont and the stores and industrial
plants except those which are;
working on work for mining opera-!
tions are closed. The barber shops.!
which wera closed during the first, i
two Mondays.Tvereopen today.
Income Tax Expert?This morning j
!he Fairmont Trust company an- >
uounced that it had made arrange- |
rtents with.A. J. "Wilkinson, a federal j
income tax expert at Huntington, to ;
:ome to Fairmont on February 15
md 16 and give free advice rekardng
th making out of income tax reports
at the directors' room of the
tank.
Power of Atotrney Filed?Attorney
Ernest R. Bell has been named
ttorney for the Robert E. Lee Coal
lotnpany.
Arrested In Monnington?At the
nstance of Sheriff Xewton Purcell, of
" 1 rvro TTn iuoc STiPrifTfT A \I ClrtVPr i
:a Sunday directed Chief -of Police.'
iVilcox. of Mannington, to arrest L. ]
1". Cottrell on a charge of forgery. It i
s alleged that Cottrell gave two
vorthloss checks amounting to $40.
rhe accuse I had been working for
he Hope Gas company at Lumber>ort
and was nabbed when he return- <
'<1 on Sunday. Cdttrlell agreed to
eturn to Kansas without requisition 1
.r.pers. He is in jail here awaiting 1
he arrival of Kansas officers.
Snit Case Was Full?With a suit J
ase filled with two quarts of Old I
lundred and four quarts of Bridge-|
>ort whiskey, Mario Chario. an Ital-;1
an. was arre sted by Deputy Sheriff i i
Hover aud Nonstable Michaels. He 11
s in jail awaiting the bringing in J i
harges. js
iST/a./al7-c?n/1 T? An V) rj n no l!
7 V XIU ULLU U.JJU
in Police Circles '
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Officers Boggess. Seaman and Holt j
esterday evening arrested Susie Wat- t
;ins ami Clem Satterficld for loiter- if
ng. They -were found together in a; i
louse on Water street. Both pat up j,
i forfeit, of $10 to appear at police i
:ourt this morning. Neither showed!,
IP- i'
At 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon Fo-:
iceman Ford arrested Mary Titclincil!
diarged with loitering. She paid a|
orfeit of rlO.
John Hodges was arrested for be-j
ng dronlc. I-Ic was arrester:! late Sat-1"
irday evening by Policeman Eckles. 1
le was givfcn the usual $5 fine. : 1
THOMAS METZ DIES. j <
A message received here announcd
the death of Titomas Metz. aged 33 ; r
. former resident of this city which , t
ccurred at Oklahoma City. Okla. He i i
s a brother of Howard Metz of this !
ity. The funeral took place today; i
t Oklahoma City i 1
~] ( Jo Sr#UKE~V?
s at home jac
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bacbt. Germany and is* a chemical engineer.
Be has been la the United
States. lor 10 years.
Sermon on Rationalism ? RationalIsm
was the theme from whfch Dr. J. 1
B. Kochne preached a splendid sermon !
at the Presbyterian church last night [
before a large audience. This week >
trill be known as Hohe Coming Week j
at the chnrch when it is anticipated,
many of the members of the ccngrega- j
tion and their friends will attend the
services in large numbers. Dr.
Koehne's sermons grow in interest
with each service.
C. E. Union Election?Officers were
cieu at a meeting oi me wiy c.uns-1
ijan Endeavor Union, held Saturday
night at the First Presbyterian church. '
The officers elected are; President,,
H. C. Pitzer; vice president. William
SUaffcrman; secretary-, Mrs. E. B. Cat
lip; treasurer. Miss Ethel Reed. Mat-;
ters of a routine nature were consid- j
ered at the meeting. The city anionJ
is composed of the Christian Endeavor ,
societies of the Presbyterian church.'
the M. P. Temple, the Central Christian
church, the First M. P. church and j
the Lutheran church.
.1
Mountain Missionaries?Rev. Harry j
Maguirc and wife, singing evangelists.
Preliminary Steps Were Tak
en at Luncheon aPNoon
Today.
Steps were taken'at noon today at j
a luncheon at The Fairmont to organ- j
izo a Community Savings and Loan i
Asscoiation in Fairmont. This is an i
organization that will be effected to!
assist in financing worthy people.;
Already there are similar organiza-j
tions in Clarksburg. Parkersburg,!
Charleston and "Wheeling.
The chief r.ddress-svas delivered by!
James Bristol, of Richmond, Va.. the J
organizer of the system. G. "W. Dud-1
dcrar, secretary of the Clarksburg
Board of Trade, eplxained the details
as to the formation, of the Clarksburg
association r.iong-tUese lines. Among
the other speakers were Glenn F.;
Barnes. H. J. Ross, M. A. Fletcher, 1
H. J. Hartley. F. R. Clelland. Attor- |
ney Trcvey Nutter and Charles W.;
Evans, secretary or the Fairmont;
Chamber of Commerce. j
Attorney George M. Aleaxnder pre
sided over i!ic meeting. One hundred ,
invitations v.-^-re issued for the gath-'
ering.
Just before adjournment Tl". J. :
Wicgel. manager of the campaign Ut !
raise $2,000 in Marion county for the :
Salvation Army v.-ar work, addressed !
those assembled. Mr. Wiegel outlin- '
ed briefly the aims of this great work
in the trenches in France and the I
cantonments in the United States.
Mrs. B. M. Dougherty !
TVioc! rvf TViVto-rnnlncnc! I
V/A JL UWl/J. VJ U1UUIU
Mrs. Blanche M. Daugherty. aged
CO. died yesterday morning at ten
o'clock at the home of her sister. Mrs.
Earl-L. Hawkins, on Cliff avenue, after
an illness with tuberculosis. Mrs.
Daugherty was the widow of Albert :
R. Daugherty, wnose death occurred
in this city two years ago. She is
survived by one son. Paul, aged eight
years, and by her mother. Mrs. John;
Long, of Greene county. Pa. Three j
.- kters and two brothers also survive;
Mrs. -Earl Hawkins and Misses Dessie
and Opat of Fairmont, and Messrs. A.
B. Long and Harry Long, of Greene
county. Pa.
The father of the deceased and a
brother were killed in 1907 in Winfield
district when a barn In wljjch
they had takeir refuge was struck by
lishtniag. Mrs. Daugherty was a patient
at the tuberculosis sanitarium:
ut Terra Alta for several months and i
came back here several weeks ago.*
Mrs. Long was with her daughter
when she died and her two brothers
from Greene county. Pa., arrived here
yesterday.
The deceased was a member of the
Centra! Christian church, having re-;7
ecntly been baptized by Rev. Mr. 1
Mitchell, who will conduct the funeral
( AmGooe w-Tii/?li OVA nnrtAnn/?A(1 tr\ fobo
place on Tuesday afternoon at two;
o'clock from tte home of Mr. and!
Sirs. Hawkins. Interment will be made !
in Woodlawn cemetery by Undertaker.
Musgrove and Son.
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City Hall Notes j
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Fuel Adminstrator J. Walter Barn-'
is today received a telegram from I
Washington stating that the follow-'
ing manufacturies were exempt from j
the fuel orders: Grayson Tool and;
Manufacturing Company. Dunbar. W. J
Va.. S. K. Manufacturing Company.;
Huntington. W. Va.: and the Xaval;
Projectile plant at Charleston. W. Va. j:
At the meeting of the Board of Afv|'
fairs this morniug the Index PrinCr.g
Company was granted a permit to i
>ut in a cellar door on the sidewalk 1
;n front of their ..office on Monroe
street. i
The board of affairs this morning i
?~ hnf a1 tinnnca fnr frhfl i
l?4Ua?.CliCU lltw 1IWV* WMUV Jkv* V.w f j
Had; son hotel from Cade and Kemplc ) <
o W C. Carrico.
Charles Milan, an Ttalian appeared <
sfore the Board of Affairs this morn- <
ng making application for the esahlishment
of a "Spaghetti House" j
>n Jefferson street, oposite the Priu-,
:ess theatre. The application was {
a ken under consideration.
One in Hospital
the Other in Jail i
! ]
Vilo Matis. an Italian is in the Fair- j j
nont Hospital Xo.p suffering a severe I
cut about his jaw bone and Qesvrae ,
Rcrisci. another Italian, is in the conn
v jail as a result of a cutting affray
in (he East sid? early last night.
Policeman ITolt rushed, to the scene
inci arrested Recfsci and sent Matts ;
n hnsnital. The razor coveretjt! i
villi blood was found in his pocket '
tnd is now in the possession of Sber- i:
!T Glover. A -warrant will be issued _
ater in the afternoon. !.
FRECKLES AND 1
JUKELP ( \yELL- ^.M?LL-~
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AiRMONT, MONDAY EVE1
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Father is So Informed in
Letters From Camp
. Shelby.
i
The announcement that Arlington:
Fleming. son of Col. and Mrs. A. How-;
ard Fleming whose death occurred on
Wednesday in this city, was soon to '
hare been given a commission in the j
L. s. army -was conuunea in a letter
received by Col. Fleming from G. H.'
Weller. Major Q. M. e. aed camp quar- j
lennaster at Camp Shelby. Katties-,
burg. Miss. Mr. Fleming also receiv- j
ed a letter from George Z. Eckles,
second lieutenant Q. M. corps in re
gard to his son's death. The letter .
follows:
'i War Department.
Office of Camp Quartermaster,
Camp Shelby, Miss, j
Dear Mr. Fleming:
Tour wire of today has just reached ;
me and was truly quite a shock. U :
had learned to like and admire your}
son very much. He was considered |
tbe best man serving under Lieutenant |
Eckles and it had been my pleasure j
recently to promote him. and if he had }
been spared a little longer he would j
' owe o ortrnm
???*> vatuvw ?>
Please accept my sincere sympathy j
in your loss, -which is a loss to the |
government and to this office.
Sincerely Yours.
Signed: G. H. WELU3R,
Major Q M. C.. Commanding.
?
Office of the Camp Quartermaster.
Camp Shelby. Miss..
January 31, 1918.
Mr. A. Howard Fleming,
Fairmont. W Ya..
My Dear Mr. Fleming:
I was very much grieved to receive :
your telegram telling mc of the death |
of your son and want to tell you that
I considered him one of the best men
that I had in my office. He had been
with me since my ariral at this camp
on August 15, and I always found him
an industrious and faithful worker, always
willing to do more than his share
of the work and a man that when he
was given work to do conld depend
upon it being done and done correctly. [
Personally he had endeared himself to ;
all who knew him here and I wish >
to express the sympathy and sorrow j
of the officers and men or ine quartermaster
detachment-to you and to
your family in your great bereavement.
Sincerely.
(Signed) GEO. Z. ECXLES. J
2nd. Lieut. Q. M. Corps, U. S. A. j
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SAVINS SOCIETY
AT THE NORMAL
, v
All the Students Will be Buyj
Ing Stamps Before Week j
Ends.
I
i
The- three hundred students of the I
Normal school will soon be organized }
for work in connection with War Sav- j
ings Stamp campaign. Every student1
at rhe school will become a member of I.
a Thrift club.
President Joseph Rosier has ap-;
pointed a committee, consisting of;:
Hiss Dorcas Prichard, chairpian. j i
Howard J. McGinnis and Frank L. i
White, all of the Normal school facul-! i
ty. to make our plans whereby every} i
student might become a member of a j :
Thrift club. * j '
WJietlier the school will organize < <
ace large Thrift club, with every mem-!
t>er of the student body a member, or! '
whether the classes will organize sep- j !
irately, is a matter which the students j <
ire yet to decide. It is the plan to com- j <
plete the organization of the club. 05,j 1
:lubs, some time this week. j <
At & recent chapel exercise the or- f
nf THt-Iff W3S (lis- : <
mssed toy Frank L. White. i 3
ORIGIN f POWOfR
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were H. M. Smith, manager of the;
plant, and A. II. Coleman, an office:
man. who were unable to shed a:
light on the situation as to the cause |
at the explosion.
After hearing the evidence of tfccj.
:hree witnesses the coroner's jury ar
rived at the following veddict: That;
the three men came to their death j
from "the effects of a powder explosion ;
at the plant of the Monougahela Tow
der Company, the origin of which is!
unknown to the "jury.
The members of the jury were: W.}
D. Straight. Attorney J. P. Kirby. Har- i
ry S. Xeptune. J. S. Scott, H. T. Jones [
and J. Minor Dunham. , ;
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) ffEE.YoO CAME \
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Judge Raymond Issues Or-!
ders in Fully 150 Cases.
H
i?
i his term or Circuit court was ad- j tl
journed by Judge Haymond late Sat-jt:
erday afternoon. During the present d
term, which was interfered with by Its
the Questionnaire v.orii as it was! 3
rightfully given preference, there' h
were orders issued in'-tally JoO cases it
k~ ?JT? ,-w. ~ : ft'
U'? *J UUfC -?
The term iris adjourned antil the J it
nest regular session, which trill be! It
held on Moiday. Mnrch 11. b
A special term of the Circuit court si
will be held on Wednesday, February!
13. for the purpose ot transacting i B
some chancery business. It appears i it
that some time ago a number of or- i tl
ders to sell r.'til estate were made re- V:
turnable on that date and Judge Kay-! ti
mend does not desire to put the at-a!
ioraeys to added iucoavenicr.ee. as'
the particular transactions were ad-. S
verthsed for that dure. - j
cemfwiiyi I
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the MiliUyy committee was thunder-1 $
struck by the war secretary's optimis-'.
Tic assertion. "X am afraid to go too' !i:
deeply into shipping figures." he add-! jr
ed, "for one might be charged with \ygiving
information to the cliemy." j
"Secretary Baiter says we have 34
plans. I am sorry to disagree with c'
l.im. If there Is one tiling more conspicuous
by its absence than any oth-|al
cr operation, of the various depart- J ^
ments and bureaus in Washington it i s:
is that it has been pianning for the i .
future. I do not deny that the vari-' ?
ous departments have, planned as far
as they could in advance, but who !
lias prepa .tl the master plan which A
will harmonize ail other plans? No-iO
body could. ' P
"Since he became President Mr. : P
Wilson has enforced his views upon ; p
Congress to a large degree and gen-: g
erally with gced reruits in the main.: g
I have been one of those who have j A
followed his leadership and support- : O
ed his policies and I expect to do so ; X
in future. Now and then, however,' A
an exception must be made. j 8
"I agree with Senator Chamberlain N
that the President does not Itnow the | A
real situation. He cannot give two ! X
months to an investigation such as we j o
have done. Like a king surrounded ! S
by a court, he hears practically only X
one side. The people who complain w
do not reach teh President nor even a
members of his cabinet." A
Two courses were open to the com- x
mittee, said Senator Hitchcock. To.
report conditions, "making a few j f
scape goats and ignoring the greatest h (
evil of defective machinery, or rec- ]1 {
* Trevlelotinn to CIVG th? ! S5
L- III t CUUlUp, IVjy.w.w- w
President an up-to-date war making J ?
organization." i O
Mrs. Phcebe Amnions [j
Dies at Fairview j I
Mrs. Phoebe Hibbs Aramcns, -widow -5
of the late 7.. F. Amnions, aged 7" ;
y-eai-s. died yesterday morning at five
o'clock at her home in Fairview after i
an illness with a complication of dis-'
eases. The husband of the deceased, j
who was one of the best known r03i- ;
dents of Fairview. preceded her to the \
grave three and a half years ago. One
son. B. F. Amnions, of'Fairview. sur-i
rives her. A daughter died a number |
of years ago. I
Mrs. Amnions was greatly beloved in : 1
the community in which she resided.!
She was a good neighbor, a consistent I
ihristian woman and in her home a.
ievoted wife and mother. She was j
lor many years a member of the ileth- j
>dist Episcopal church.
The funeral will take place on Tncs- i
lay afternoon at 1:20 o'clock from the !
Saptist church at Fairview and inter-!
nent will be made following the ser- j a
rices by Undertaker R. L. Cunning- I
iam. Rev. Mr. Hall, pastor of the il.' |
E. church, will conduct the funeral t
services. :|{
O. O. O.I
Native birds, of beautiful plu- I
' mace, feature well in the clas- i
\ sy O. O. O.'s uiinstrel and | i
\ slight of hand perfonaauce to 3 :
be stafecd at the O. O. O. hail J :
; Thursday night, the seventh at 'i
7 p. nt. All Owl? and their (
1 wires are most cordially invited, i ;
! Respectfully sumitted by i :
XT. E. CURRV, Pres. i ]
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c-a?I*myik ic
rork to thetoiloTrta* letter froin the
avemor, John j. Oontmll:.
Jmvmrr X Hit
tr.W. J. WJegel.
Fairmont. W. Vjl I
(ear Sir:? j
The Sal ration Army Is endeavoring
> raise on* million dollars to carry
a its work with oar troops, both in
its country and in France. To raise
aat amount. West Virginia must contribute
$C0,000. The effort has the eaorsement
of the President, the Secretry
of Wer and other government Ofcials.'
Hon. J. S. Darst. state auditor,
as agreed to take charge of the work
i West Virginia. I have been resetted
to appoint a state committee
> co-operate with him and work under J
iza. and have selected you 23 a mem- [
er of that committee. I trust you will [
;rve and give Mr. Darst and the army |
our assistance. 1 know it is said the !
ed Cross and the Y. M. C. A. are do-1
ig the same work, bat do yon think T
icy can do too muck" of it? The Sal- [
ation Army dees a work in peace ;
mes do other organization can do, j
ad the same is true in time of war. i
Here_ are some of the phases of the
alvation Army's war work:
One hundred and fifty-five refresh- i
lent and recreation huts have been j
reeled in the military-camps in Great!
them.
W. C. C J
Pro]
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Fit Out Your
A NEW SET
Start 1918 with clean ie
help you to find the page, a
ashamed to open before a c
Whether you prefer the t
newer loose leaf ledgers \v
quirements of practically e
who use the loose leaf ledj
it best to buy their supplie
cilities for ruling any desii
You can do away with n
your stationery, office sup]
you will get the habit of <
your needs.
Bound ledgers, loose I
binders," time bdoks, d?
journals, price books,
note books and fillers,
randum books and fill*
ord books, stenograp]
- ventory sheets kept in
Sjjecial ruled work and :
binding work promptly an
Fairmont Printing
Monroe Street,
OSSER.
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8EOd.ESj MAKES YOO \
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ilimu, rilLU?.V ** ? WM.V. ,
le coal of $350,000.
Seveniy-seven hostels and naval j
i Hilary homes with 4.000 beds, cost-1
tg over $400,000 are In process of
peration; extensions amounting to
100.000 are in progress.
Thirty-five motor ambulance cars i
ave been supplied for the war zones !
t France, Kassia and Egypt, at an
ipense of $50,000.
Five hundred thousand soldiers and ,
lilors are cared for weekly in varius
institutions.
Forty-one thousand food parcels and
rticfts of clothing have been dis-.
rtched to prisoners of war and our
sldiers and sailon. ,
Thirty thousand relatives of service j
OOOOSOOCOOOOOOCOCOOOOOOOOg
Dining Room in
I have taken over the ]
street and have thoroughly
the same., I have an up to c
counter and wil be able at
lie with home cooking mea
everything is as bright anc
cordially invite the travelir
tunity to show how well 1
Thirty thousand Salvationists taQ?
Twelve ambulances sicca by th* 3
United States or America.
i? tt.? r?w?ii ?*?>?? : -Jsi
; camps in France.
" Shall this work rail for lade otto'
tare rapport? The answer is -with as- ^ $?&
\ Mr. Daret will communicate wUh
iyou. and I trust you will respond in * irtlg
1 your usual .patriotic way.
Very truly yours,
JOHN J. CORXWHi. ??|
VAQCfNATETOWN 1
OFJKNABELLE |
Four States Coal Company
on the Job?Case Near
Jamison No. 9.
Ever}- mail, -woman and child in the 1
town of Annabelle was vaccinated at
ihe direction of the officials of. the '0
Four States Coal Company to stay the '4
increase in the outbreak of smallpox. -4
There are TOO people living in the Tj
town.
Dr. L. X. Yost, county medical inspector,
today raised the quarantine Ti
on seven cases at Annabelle and one
_ * ITMtAVt.nenn
at x~i
On Sunday afternoon a new case of
smallpox developed at the Pyle home
along Dunksrd Mill Run. near Jami
sen No. 9. the victim being Mary Pyl- . .
es. aged seventeen years. Dr. L. N. .
Yostiias learned that it is a fully developed
case. "Six members of the fam
iiy who have been exposed to the disease
are under quarantine with the
patient.
Madison Hotel
Madison Hotel on Madison >
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f renovateu. anu uu^iwcu a
late dining room and lunch 8
all times to serve the pub- jj
,1s that are delicious. Ev- a
L clean as a new pin, and I j
ig public to-give me oppor- !
[ am able to. take care of |
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jrietui lviduiduii juum
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Business With
OF BOOKS
dgers, indices that really
nd sheets that you are not
ustomer. \ |
>ld fashioned ledger or the
e are able to meet the revery
business man. Those
jers particularly wall find
s here, because of our fa->
'ed form of ledger sheet. y *
lany of the worries about *
plies and printed forms if
consulting with us about
eaf ledgers, transfer %
iv books, cash books,
and sheets, students'
I-P loose leaf memo
ers. income tax recSiers'
note books, iostock.
special size and character
d satisfactorily done.
& Publishing Co.
Fairmont, W. Va. .
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