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Bpi. , * Cot out the picture on all four aides. Win carefully fold dotted line 1 its entire length. Then dotted line 2 and Bp1."- so ob. Fold each section underneath Br-' ?,J accurately. When completed turn over Kv mad yonTl find a surprising result. K-\ ' Save the pictures. P.". W Vafair toI r.Tght and Tuesday. ' ~ net much change fcfcp' in temperature. Temperature it S tureSnaximum 48: pftjgfjg* EVENTS TONIGHT. J Masonic hall?Orient Chapter. R. A. M. "Maccabee hall*?Protected Home CirI Odfc Fellows* hall?Daughters of RcKp" bekai \ Skinner building?A. O. V. W. pf I K. of C. ball?Fairmont Council, K. Fleming building ? Woodmen of the Red Cross rooms?M. P. Temple Young Ladies" Aid will sew. School Tteaeher III?T. C. Moore. &" teacher of mathematics in the Fairmont'High school, and one of the acting* county superintendents, has been confined to his home on Fourth street. above Locust avenue, suffering from an attack of grip. Visiting His Home?ThifS morning Rev, H. O. Reynolds, pastor of Grace English Lutheran church, left for his % home at Sidman, Pa., to visit his iam **- \ Editors In Fairmont?Miss Marion Shaw, editor'and owner of The Mannington Telegram and \V. aJMeredith editor and owner of The Shinnston News, were Fairmont visitors Saturday. | BartToothman Out?BartV/oothman !l>' is/out again after boing conflned to his home several days witTv illness ensuing from vaccination. Ke hail quite a severe time of it. His son. Jay also had a pretty serious time with his vaccination. ; Quarantine Lifted?The quarantine was", titled in connection with Frank Fleming, son of the late olomr.n Fleming on Saturday. The city health department held that he had sir.allpo?: in a mild form but the family can har^Jy believe it. >ir. and Mrs. Will R*. \ Fleming, wiio were quaraniiii?-u u:m>. . spent Snndav visiting relatives a: Earratkville. K' . C. E. Executive Committee The ex' ig? ecueive committee of the Christian ^ Endeavor society of the Pirst PresH. byteriau church will hoM lis regular monthly meeting at the Fir?t PresbvU'rimt church in the ladies parlor on Kp: Tuesday evening February J2 at S o'clock. Ali officers and committee if' - chairman are-requested t be prose: ; mk or have'some icpresentativ or : iir Bk.-;" committee ; resent. Visiting In City ? Mr. and Mrs Ejr Charles Steele are spending a few days in this city having arrived here K;yesterday from Morgantown. Mr. k : Steel will go to Washington. D. C. Thursday and Mrs. Steele will go to H Clarksburg where she will spend sevoral days wih Mrs. John Crutnbaugh before going to the capital city. Kr Marriage Licenses?These marriage licenses were issued qy Deputy County Clerk Phillips: Harry Druiamond. K - 25. Grafton, and Zoc Martin. 21. of Fairmont: David O. Hibbs. tl". Man' - nington and Susie O. Johnson. of mo*' Paivmnnt Teddv G. McDougill. 24, 1*7 ' and Cora Price. 24, borli of Fairmont; LATE "WANT" ADS ' WANTEIV-f-Young girl for light office work. Experience unnecessary'. Call Wednesday morning at lu o'clock, 803 Quincy street, corner Ogden Are. Ask , for Mr. Martin. 2-ll-2t-33S6 ' FOR. RENT ? Furnished house, six rooms. Fairmont Ave. Complete in every detail. Apply P. O. Cox 462. WANTED?CitT for general housework. 407 Sixth street. Phone 1033-M. ' 2 11-01-3387 ???? Bp*' WANTED Salesladies. Salary nno expenses paid. Inouire for .Mr. 'Matthews, Fairmont Hotel. Monday evening. 2-il2t-v-lS2. ^ gSjS; ' WANTED?White sir! for general Pgi." housework. Co'inrry cirl preferred. 225 Watson Ave., or call phone 97-R. FARM FOR SALE?142 acres. 5^ miles from Crafton. mile to railroad station. 40 acres. Meadow, balance fine grazing, clean as a nev.- p;n. B?'. 'over 1000 bearing fruit trees. I inier . ease for oil and gas. Four acres Pitts t burgh co*} and ail under veins go with (property. Nice 7 room dwelling and (outbuildings.. Price 512,000 and a bargain. < Terms arrangecf. Write *oday ifor fall particulars. Currish Realty jCo^jGrafton, TV. Va. 2-I1-61-SCSS Charles V. Norton. 24. Akron. Summit county. O, and Batrt- Ssth Bow-' en, 17. . - * Sol Burlca Here?Sol Burka, maun-j ger of the Hippodrome theatre and very well known in Fairmont arrived > , here yesterday to spend a few days! In this cjty. Burka is now in military 1 'service and is here on a furlough. Bowling Match?Thursday night the Pastime team wit bowl Clark Ingrain's j i team of Clarksburg. Ingram's team is one of best five-mgn teams in the state, but the ocal bowlers expect to defeat then?. The Carksburg boys will; have a bnnch of rooters aong but the j olcal boys will turn out to give their! support to the home boys. The oca!: | team will be composed of A. A. Hayes. Kepinger, Arnett, Cunningham and | Kely. Lenten services?Lenten services ' will be observed at St. Peter's Catho-, j ic church each Wednesday and Friday j evenings at 7:00 o'clock. Hours for; holding the services and also regulations governing the observance of| Lent were announced at the services, ; yesterday. Lent begins Wednesday, j !' : j New Peanut Roaster?Nick Hronis. | the fruit merchant at the corner ofj 1 Monroe and Main streets has recently j | purchased a new neanut roasting ma-1 i chine. The new machine arrived here j ! this morning. Panning for Future?f&'&ion as !t < , becomes necessary to discontinue traf; l ie over the present Sonth Side bridge, j the Monongahea Traction company! I will run their Clarksburg interurban > j cars over Locust avenue. A switch j will be put in at Edgemont. Explosive Licenses?These high explosive IfceHses have been" issued by ; A. G. Martin, county clerk; Phillip B. ' Mahaffy town use'i Grafton. R. D.. purchasers: Edward Mattehews. foreman | ! of Buffalo Creek Coal Company. Bar-; ; rackville, foreman; Buffalo Creek Co.. j venders. | B. A O. Official Here?W. T.. Shaffer. of Grafton. B. & O. property agent. ; was in Fairmont today on business. While here he conferred with Atforn?y James Price Kirby, the company's local counsel. Sells a Lot?Attorney Paul G. Armstrong on Saturday afternoon on tbe i court house steps sold lot 6 on the J. O. Watkins plan on the north side of , View street in the Eighth ward of the : city of Fairmont to L. C. Garntr of' j Farimont for $1525. Fined Five Dollars?J. S. Caster was j : arrested on Main street yesterday by Policemen Boggess and Eckles charg) od with being drunk. He was brought before Mayor Bowen at the 9 o'clock sessioui of police court and fined $5.; ?- ?* *HA vac ate. i L noil payimrui ui. ?.??: ~ ? , j missed. ??? Marriage Certificates?These minis-; tors" marriage licenses were filed today at the office of the county clerk: Arthur W. Nelson and Helen M. Deck r. by-Rev. A. Boutlon. of the Catholic church, on February 7; Bert M. Murpliy and Edith Sigler. by Rev. C. j C. I.awbOii. of the Methodist Protest ! aut church, on February S Will Hear Bootleggers ? Justice | Musfrove will hear Airs. John Spadi- : !"o: i. Mrs. Tony Rodgers. Joe Cicorellt ' ; and Tony Alivat on charges of selling ; whiskey on Wednesday afternoon at 1 ! o'clock. Collecting the Fines ? Last month' Dc-jury Sheriff T. V. Buckley collected SI.300-out of the SI,510.23 in fines i , turned in. The jail expenses in Janu-1 1 arv amounted to 5S63.92. i ' A Brace of "Tin Lizzies'*?Twevc' Fords were driven through Fairmont! on Sunday afternoon being on their: . wa yto Ekins. W. Va. The Ekins; j doner had gone to Detroit and secured ! j the cars and was driving them to their i destination. The party dined at The 1 White Cioud.. Secures Rooming House?Mrs. W. F. i Miller, of Kingwood .has taken charge of the South Side rooming and boardj ing house .having succeeded Charley i McCray. , Administrator Appointed?W. C. Mc-j Million has been appointed aominis-: ; traior of ihe personal estate of Samuel i M. McMalum by the county court. The bond of $300 is furnished by" the T'nit-! ed States Fideitv and Guaranty Com- j i puny for which Edward F. Holbert is ' a;;orncv in fact. Eanlts V.'ill Be Closed?One hundred j and nine years ago tomorrow occurred i tii*- bir;li of Abraham Lincoln on I "Rock Spring" farm. Hardin county, j now Laure county. Kentucky. As j Lincoln's Birthday is a egal holiday all! of the banks will be closed. Deeds Filed?These deeds have been ' <'ilcd with A. G. Martin, county clerk: ' Harry B. Kramer to ConnellsviileFairmont Coal Company. Sewicklcv 01 Maplyeton vein on coal along the Tevcbaugh creek in Lincoln district, tract of IT.740 acres. $10: Cermont Cemetery Company to John C. Hunsaker. a lot. $30: Harry Shaw, special comtnis-i siener. to I.ucv C. Walker, a parcel j ; of land in the East Park addition lo ; the city of Fairmont, $3,300; C. S. Riggs and wife jo LowmSh A. Riggs. i :i parcel of land in the Eigthth ward of the city of Fairmont. $5. ; Home From Visit?Mrs. A. H. > ; Teothman and daughter Martha Ann | have returned from Weston, where Mrs. Toothman's parents. [ Mr. and Mrs. Robert oJhns. E.viwclod H<?mc on Forlongh? Harry Arnett and Paul Sliinn. local . beys who are in the mosquito fleet of ; the Naval Reserves, are expetced home on a furlough during the early part o? the week. | Business M?n Meet?Members of ! the Fairmont Business Men's Asso- j I ciation are meeting in the office | | rooms of the association In the JaI cobs building this afternoon for the ! purpose of considering the subscfipi tiop or stock in the Community Savings and Loan Association. Cunningliom on Court?Lawrence Cunningham, son of R. L. CunningJ ham. of this city, who was eommis| sioned second lieutenant at Fort BenI jsniin Harrison, where he was- In I training fo rscveral mert'is. Is makj leg good at Caata German at Chi 111 Lieut rmvrriw^dtM6& IS one of a general court martial wMcb wfll try selective servicemen at Camp Sherman for -violation' of mi?ny rule# and regulations. He la a member of the 324th Field Artillery. Xeiv Postaffice?A postofQce has b^en established at Ow'ngs. a mining town of th-- Consolidation holdings. Heretofore the residents of Owings received their mail through the Shinnstoa postoilice, which is four miles away. Gymnasoam Class to Meet?The Married Indies* gymnasium class of the Young Woman's Department of the Y. M. C. A. will meet again tomorrow afternoon ar 2 o'clock. Because of the cold weather the calss has not met since the holidays. Capt. Reed Out?Captain Thomas Reed, a venerable citzen of this city, was over -^a town Saturday for the first time in several weeks. Captain Reed has not been well and the condition of the streets made it impossible for hi in to get out. Leg Broken?Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, mother of Mrs. George Price of this city was admitted to Fairmont hospital Sunday suffering with a fractured leg the result of a fall. She is 74 years of age. Her condition is satisfactory. IMJ1 (Continued from Page One.) quarters at Cleveland and is closely connected with the prosperity of this region, having C. H. Jenkins, president of the Central West Virginia Operators' Association, as one of its advisory board, is proving 'a distinct benefit to conditions and has met with a degree of success which warrants the announcements that further pools will be arranged bringing the system back to billing points eventually. A meeting of this association has been called for. Wednesday of this week at Cleveland and IIr. Jenkins plan3 to attendRecently four new directords were named for the association and there was action which permits consumers using mor.e than 20.000 tons a month to have membership. The latter action i ... ... ??our a.caatiiqfacrion 1X09 SCI ? CU IV Ctoov ??.? ? with the system: important' consumers had been claiming they were as much entitlejjl to representation as shippers. Lyon Sees Operators. W. C. Lyon, a newspaper writer, who is to prepare a series or articles on the coal situation from the standpoint of the general public (the consumer's view? is in Fairmont today and has had interviews with leading coal people who have been anxious to extend every courtesy possible as Mr. Lyons comes with the endorsement of the National Coal Association, central body of all coal organiaztions. Mr. Lyon was taken in charge by K. A. Johnson, of the Crescent Fuel company, and was introduced around generally, spending a ;j.trt of the morning with A. Brooks Fleming, Jr.. of the Consolidation. Mr. Lvon was heldover longer in Pittsburgh than was planned and is forced to cut his stay in Fairmont. He hoped to visit a shaft mine but this idea had about been abandoned when this is written. Air. Lyon's articles will not be written or prepared from the operators' standpoint but will picture conditions as lie finds them. West Virginia people, familiar with the actual situation. know that the operators are ex (.*: > iu?s c>ci * cuuijs* iv feet wu?. ** der conditions which could lu^dly be more discouraging but the general public does not understand the situation. It Is believed Mr. Lyon's articles will tend to put the people right on a topic which >s of the greatest importance to this state. Back From Washington. The committee named by the Central West Virginia Coal Operators" Association to go to Washington for a conference with representatives of the National 1'uel administration on the "zoning" system, which is the latest remedy suggested to relieve the situation. has retruned. and report that nothing definite developed. It is hoped that this newest plan will have a bearing on the local situation but arrangements have not gone far enough for there to be announcements calculated to bring cheer to operators, miners or business men of this district. T. A. Silo ii en today Thornton A. Merrifield .aged 71. a pioneer r- -.idem of Msrion county, and a veteran of the civil war died Saturday evening at sis o'clock at his home ou N'aomi street. Barnestown. after an illness of several months duration of a complication of diseases. Mr. Merrifield was a member of Company A. of the Sixth West Virginia Infantry, said division having been commanded by the late Capt. John Fisher. He was a member of -dead Post No. 6, G. A. R.. and his comrades vril conduct the ritualistic services at the grace. The members of the Post met this afternoon at three o'clock and went directly to Woodlawn where they me; the funeral party and where interment was made by Undertaker Musgrave and So%. Preceding the interment funeral services were held at the Highland Avenue M. E. church. Mr. Merrifield was twice marrieo and his second wife survves bim as do the following children: Mrs. Simcon S. Dunn. Mrs. John Wilson. Mrs. Myrtle Fazzio. Mrs. Dcssie Welis. Misses bury. Daisy*. Helen and Russell and Robert Merrificld. all of this city. A brother. Ellis Merritisld. died a few weeks ago. Up to within a few months of his death Mr. Merrifield was employed as a stationary engineer by the Consolidation coal company. FUNERAL OF MRS. IDA M. ERAOLEY. The funeral of Mrs. Ida M. Bradley, aged HO, whose death occurred on Saturday at her home at Cunningham station after an illness with tuberculosis took place yesterday with Undertaker Williamson in charge of the interment. The deceased was the wife of Reese Bradley and is survived- by five childi^y--' KOEHRE LECTURES ifarrow Treat in Store for Those to Hear Conclusion of the Series. > Intimations are given of a treat at j the Presbyterian church tonight, when : Dr. John B. Koehne is bttied to talk1 on the.subject of -The Wise Men." 1; wfll be Dr. Koetme's last appearance in this city. Ke has preached remark-: able sermons throughout his stay hero; and there 1s a feeling that he has sav. ed one of his' best lectures for to- j night. Yesterday at both services Dr. Koe-i hne spoke to practically capacity' houses. At the morning service he presented In fine dramatic style the defense of Paul. the Apostle, before: the King. Agrippa. Probably no more; i powerful presentation of this scene; has ever been given here. It deeply ; impressed the large congregation. In t the speaker's sim:!e. where he con:-1 ! pared Christ, the Sun or Righteous-: ness, with the natural sunrise, there j was thrown on the mental screen a most beaatifnl picture by means of' eloquent"imagery and lofty flight of, poetic fancy. Dr. Koehne's character-, izations were vivid and compelling.: and his points timely and accurately, defined. Dr. Stoetzer. the beloved pastor, oft the Presbyterian church, asks The I West Virginian to pnbisli an invita-: I tion to al to come out tonight to hear j ! the farewell message of Dr. Koebne. i feeling th^t the'lecture will be edifyj ing. inspiring and ead to the resolvj ing of tantalizing doubts, and helpful, i A special invitation Is extended toj j those of thoughtful mind who are trou-' i bled with unsettled religious views. | ! SALVATION ARMY I i (Continued from Page One.) i preliminary drive and educational fca-1 j tore ot the campaign went on accord-! : ing to schedule on Saturday. Part of' the time the kettles were placed on the . streets ot Fairmont and a fair sizeu ; sum was realized although the rainy . weather kept pedestrians off the. 1 streets. The kettles in all probability I will not again be placed on the streets until tomorrow when the first day ot the campaign will be observed. 1 Prominent Salvation Army officials 1 : arrived in Fairmont on Saturday anu < | spoke at the various local theatres in ; which they ably presented the aims ot j the campaign and were well received , ! by those as^mbled. Brigadier Cowan 1 arrived in Fairmont iate Saturday aft-' > ernoon after having been on the trains . j two days between Portsmouth. O.. and i Fairmont. Yesterda ythey spoke in j Fairmont churches. I Theatre managers of Fairmont have i joined hands and decided to turn over [the proceeds of the show on Tuesday . J evening to the Salvation Army war : j work fund. It is fitting that this pa-; triotic inclination should take place j on Lincoln's birthday. J. 'Waiter Barnes, fuel administrator wired Fuel Commissioner isoves, or Washington. D. C.. and yesterday re-j ceived the folio-wing reply: "Patriotic j meetings or entertainments, the entire ' proceeds of which are to go for pa?l 1 triotic purposes are exempted from | the order of January 17." J The entire proceeds of the local theatres will be turned over to the Salra-: I tion army fund. | Prisoners at the Marion county jail ; yesterday morning took up a collcc-; tion. In the "bits" that were contributed several dollars were received. Ser- j vices have ben held at the prison by Captain John 0"B!erne, of the local barracks, for some time. W. J. Wiegel, county manager, to- j day received a letter from Miss Helen : M. Fleming, secretary of Fairmont Chapter, order or tne i^astem cuu.i statins that "each individual member j hopes to contribute personally to the cause." Abbaticchio Here From Washington IJ. J. Abbaticchio. a former Fairmont attorney, is stopping in Fairmont for a faw days. Mr. Abbaticchio is employed b ythc government as Consulting counsel for tlie Bureau of War Risk Insurance, this title having been i j given him just recently. Working in the soldier's compensa-1 . tion department he is familiar with ; i the compensation which a man is sup j posed to get from the government and , ' the proper way of filling our the ap-1 ; plication blank which must be made j | out by every soldier. Mr. Abbaticchio J has given much valuable information j ! along this line to several local men j j during the -few days he lias been here.) j He is c-xpectiiig to return to Washing-: ton most anv day. Business Men G-eTo Aid of Railroads j CBy Associated Pr^s?> ' ?* w-r-v t7?k 11 ?Plrvrnland'** rcw. ? ' manufacturers, coal operators and ves-! ; sel men met today to launch a nation ; wide campaign to provide railroads | with thousands of men urgently need-! ed to rescue transportation irom ad- j mlttedly chaotic conditions. Cleveland has received distress calls j from nearly a score of coal carrying. railroads for 47.1S6 men and the list is j ! growing daily. This list furnished by j i railroad men names 96 towns in Ohio. ! j Pennsylvania. New York. Indiana. II- j i Iiaois and IVest Virginia, where addi-; I tional labor is absolutely essential to j ' prevent transportation difficulties; | from becoming even worse than they j 1 are today. j Charles A. Otis, president of the; Chamber of Commerce, ras signified . , the intention of bringing the campaign ' jjo the attention of the Chamber of i Commerce of the United States. ? * t t Miss Fannie Olifeer who had been j ' in Baltimore for the past several weeks j r undergoing treatment, has returned j 1 home much improved in health and has j resinned her place in the Osgood store.1 jf MANN&KITON f Called From Wast. Frank M. Riggs, o? Gibbon, Xeb., and Arlie Riggs. of Indianapolis, Ind., both formerly of this vicinity; are here, havia'g been called by the death of their father, A. 2. Rtggs. Entertains Friends. Miss Nannie Hupp entertained a number of young friends on Friday evening a^her heme in Water btreet at a party. A very pleasant time was .-pent and refreshments were served by the hostess. Pushing Sale of Savings Stamps. The Woman's Club committee was very busy Saturday pushing the sale of Thrift and T.'ar Savings Stamps. The committee working at th? First National Bank reported their total at :t o'rtock Saturday as about eighteen hundred dollars. Fnnri? O. Price Dies. Francis OJ'rice, a former resident of J^rnsh R;:r.. two miles west of this city. d:eri r.t bis late home in Clarksburg Saturday evening after a long illness. Deceased was about sixty years of nee. and is survived by three brothers. Jatr.cs. of Girard. Ohio. Jesse, of Fairmont, and Raymer. of Brush Run. and two sons. Burl, of Clarksbure. and Edward, of this city. The remains wi!l be brought to this city by the nnoa interurban car Tuesday. with interment in the Beegum cemetery on that date. Recital Thursday. Pupils of Mrs. Josephine Haymond. of Fairmont, will give a song an<^ piano recital in the Baptist church Thursday. Feb. It. at S p. in., with, AInnnincton. Fairmont and Fail-view studios b":r;cr represented. No admission will he charged. a free will offering: being accepted at the door. All are cordially invited to attend. 51. K. Service Flag. The Service Flag was presented at the M. E. church last evening. The flag contains thirten stars, each rep-; resenting a member of the church who has entered the government service. namely: Loren Hildreth. Ed~in Snodgras-:. Glenn Snodgrass. Paul! Cleland. Stanley McCIelhin, John Pitrer. Frank Masters. Frank Boutw-ell. Clarc-nce Lancaster. Clarence Hashing. Luther Cottrill. Harvey Furbeej and Carl Jones, now deceased. Dorcas Rible Class. The Dorcas Bible Class of the 51. E. church and their husbands will spend a social evening at the M. E. Parsonage to mororw evening. Each member is urged to be present. Surprise Party. A si:rprise party was arranged for Miss Margaret Leonard and given at her home in Dancer avenue Saturday evening, the affair being in celebration of her eighteenth birthday. A delightful evening was spent. Most of Ice Leaves. The recent rain and thaw has cleared the two branches of Buffalo creek of most of the ice. There were a few dangerous gorges near town on Saturday, these being dynamited and, moving out with great damage. Pyles street in Brookside was covered Tor three blocks to a depth of six feet of broken ice completely blocking that thoroughfare to traffic after a gorge had passed the suburb, but through diligent v.-crk or a squad of thirty men a road had been cut through the obstruction at midnight Saturday wide enough to permit the passage of vehicles. Priscilla Club Meets. The members of the Priscilla Club l-old a business meeting at the home of Mrs. L. S. Schwenck in Clarksburg street Friday afternoon, matters of importance being disposed of. ] Kntetlains Orchestra. Miss Helen Phillips entertained the members cf the High school orchestra Thursday afternoon at her home i in High street. A pleasing program of musical numbers were played and a pleasant afternoon was spent. T.cfr for K.in?as. H. Eee Hawkins and son Mark left this morning for Eldorado. Kansas, j where they will he engaged fn the oil \ "elds for some time. The other mem-' bcrs of the family will remain in this city. Mi--s Yognn Entertains. Miss Mabel Vogan entertained a number of friends at a party at her home in Honicwood Saturday evenin;--. All report a very pleasant even-; inc. Has Mumps. Mrs. Harry TT. Tcdrirk has heen confined to her home in Pleasant street far several days past, suffering from a severe attack eC mupms. I.ittle fiirt Improves. Alice, the eleven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Coffman. is out again after being confined to her home in Clayton street fo rseveral days pest with an attack of colitis. Moves to Now Home. Nave Shahariv and family have moved frcm Railroad street to their :i??v- homo in Broo!csi<le. . Hotel Arrivals.. Barletlelt?J. K. Cooke. Pittsburali; Geo. A. Flynn. Columbus. O.: \V. \t. MeBridpe. Clarksburg; J. C. Wheeler. Ceorce Efaw. Ray Toothman. Huntington. Wells?IV. O. Carpenter. Burton: M. c. Karr.iHon. G. W. Kenny. Metz: Jas. Hoban. Wheeling; Oscar Sanders' Every CoffeeDrinke* I "3S- should try |i| IIMSTM! POSIUff I Hade instantly. I A sugar saver: | Wonderful flavor 1 Contains no drugs. L e T~r I if TVirrf Tt.'.MJl lin'.rit' hT?\ FOrt! BTOwu, Jlltffll I Pitman^ Worthington; Jbbn Heeler. 1 FsirvSew; Garrett Campbell,' Seven. Pines. yoTeJo ArizonaMr. and Mrs. John Baker and child ] | left this tc?m:ng for Phoenix. Arlj tons, where they will reside in the i ; future. Mr. Baker has been an em- | I ploye of the Bowers Pottery company i ; here lor the past several years. j Personals. Mrs. Mack Campbell and little son. j of Warrior's Fork, are gnests of the ; [tenner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ster- ] j ling B. Metr, In Buffalo street. 1 Clarence Murphy returned SaturI day after a visit with friends In Wheeling. James Hobaa. a former Bowers, Potter yesnployc. sow of Becwood. < spent the week end with friends here, j M. F. Hite. of Cameron, is here for i J a weeks' visit with his daughter, Mrs. I Lucian H. Boor, in High street. | Ivan Robinson, of the Elliott Busl' ness College in Wheeling, spent the : week end with his parents. Mr. and J Mrs. John Robinson, in HigHt street. ! Mr. and Mrs. Friend C. Loudens!a-1 R?r ud child, of Fairmont, spent the ? week end with relatives here. i Jesse Shlmp was a business visitor i in Fairmont Friday. Norval D. Waugh. ronte manager | . for the Dickerson Company of De- i | troit. Mich., was home from Buckhan- | ' non to spend the week end with his 1 mother and sister at Point View. George Loudenslager has returned , from Clarksburg and has accepted a j position at the Hotel Wells. Miss Georgia Sine arrived from Cleveland. Ohio, for a visit with rein- , ! tires. ; J. M. Maupln lias returned a'ter s I business visit in Washington. D. CVr. and Mrs. Clyde Henderson have returned after a t isit with the ! latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owens, j in Littleton. , Well Known Patients at Cook Hospital' j Walter Toothman, of View avenue, was operated on this afternoon at! Cook hospital for apendicitis. Tooth-! man is a gas meter reader for the local | gas company. He is doing very well.] Mrs. Albert Seaman, wife of assist-; ant "chief of Police Seaman, was oper-; uu luuiiy iUi. ayycuui?.uia ab > Cook Hospital. Howard Woodward, manager of the Roush restaurant, was admitted to Cook Hospital and will be operated on tomorrow for appendicitis Dr. Phoebe Moore, of Mannington, . is a patient at Cook hospital. Dr. ! Moore is in a nervous run down con-j dition and entered the hospital for medical treatment. |j PERSONALS j Mrs. Charley Maddox. of Confluence, Pa., returned today to her home after a visit ith Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Maddox, and her son. Ray Maddox, on Chicago i street. j J. M. Hartley returned yesterday ; from New York where he had been purchasing goods for the Hartley de- j partment store. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Geldbach and 1 children who had been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas, on Chicago street, returned yesterday to their home. Dick Walverton. of Clarksburg, was a week end guest or Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Mr*. Marv Hamilton, of Pittsburgh. is in tie city the guest of Mrs. A. B.: Robb. Mrs. Hamilton is en route to Pittsburgh from Belington -where she had been the guest ol her son. Dr. Mendel Hamilton. * Miss Eliza Davis, one of the best known of the older residents of the county, who resides with her sister. Miss Adaline Davis, in the suburbs of the city, was a visitor in the city today. Miss Eliza made her first trip to town today in several weeks. Miss Viola Hall spent the week end with relatives in Morgantown. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dent spent yesi tcrday with relatives in Mannington. ' Mrs. J. H. Vanata was called to MorI gantown yesterday on account of the i illness of her brother. W. S. Hoffman. Miss Katherine Kincaid hat returned from New York where she spent a week purchasing goods for the Osgood store. I Mrs. P. M. Hoge and daughter. HarI riet. have returned from a visit with | relatives in Cameron. I Mrs. Minnie Burdette Walker of | New York, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ; D. C. Galiaher. Mrs. Walker has a i host of friends and relatives in Char-: I leston who are delighted to have her j here again.?Charleston Mail. ! Mary Farmer Dies at JtLome ol Aunt ill Warmer, colored, the seven-! teen-yesr-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j Albert Farmer, died at the home of j her aunt, Mrs. Chaisey Hall, at Monongali, on Sunday morning at 9:50 j o'clock, of tuberculosis a ad stomach J trouble, after four days* illness. She | was a native of this county and lived J 1 ? MASSAGE A AIR DRESSINIi MANICURING ! Ait Aseptics Beauty Partus 309-310 OEVENEY ELDG. Business phone 158-J. i __ Residence 145 R. j ? HORSES j WANTED _ I will be at A. J. Reynold's livery ! barn on Jackson street. Fairmont, i TV. Yft, on Tuesday. February 19. 1918, to buy a carload of horses, j Weight 1000 to 1300 pounds, and | from 15 to 16 bands high, from 5 to 10 years old. One day only, j rain or shine. B. L. WARNER. i : the public school at Moaomptfh'aai. 1 ] I *nt? a member of xho Sunday"ecbor t| | of Mt. 2km Baptist church. fier rests and several brothers and s ; who reside in Car1esbnx& will's flfl The funeral irfll be heW on Tiusll.' 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