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^^^^^1^WIM?'>?CTWI? FUNNIES. J
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I Cut oat the picture on all tour sties.?
That carefully fold dotted line 1 its .
entire length. Then dotted line - and .:
bo-on. Fold each section underneath p
?2 accurately. When completed turn over;1
. end you'll find a surprising result, j
Bare the pictures. '
^ \ 1Fair part"
??.'5 HT / ^ Weather Reaoings. j,
F. P. Hall. ?b. j
jjp ; ^Vter^ay's. wati- j
K^_ .. 33: minimum. 23: |
^ .-recipitation. none, i
-. > Cunningham. Hall?Malt as.
Skinner Building?Lady Golden Ea-:
i "fles. ' '
Fleming Building?Mountain City [
? ..' j? Lodge. K. of P.
Sp9r Odd 'Fellows* Hall?Patriarchs* Mill-'!
js?i ? taut. i.
p 1 " Red Men's Hall?Setting Sun Tribe. I. j <
0. R.'31. |1
gK-V.. . Maccabee Hall?Lady Owl?.
iv'C Musgrave Hall?Coldcb Eagles. ! I
?=>*-.- -v Normal School?Story* Telling Club. ; 1
;Craft House?Marion County Bar As-13
'<%'? - - soci^tfon.
Side?First meeting in commun-1:
* its* house'at S p. tn. Address by M.' i
- M. JCeely. " j i
, * High School?Serial picture oil Lin-j i
]??&' colq entitled, "The Son of Demo-' t
cracy." j <
t. Returned Prisoner?Sheriff A. Al.l*
S . _ Clover yesterday took James Camp-'
bell toc Huntington. -where he . Is de-j
? "- *: \ . tainted- Deputy Judson Miller today; *
r "?&k Arlbhr Goodwin hack to tbe.Sthtet j 1
penitentiary nt Moundsville. Deputy;'
Sheriff 'Robin A. Hood today took J ]
Mrs. James Campbell hack. to. tbe|1
;> Ritchie-;county jail at Harrisvillc. |
where she is detained as a . witness, i,
These parties were witnesses In' the I
Jones cases. ' '
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Report Cards Wednesday?Tbt third , '
quarter of the Fairmont High school!
.V will dose next Wednesday. Deport'.
cards will be given the pupils od Frs- ?
**r loUoTrfng these to "be presented j:
gtf to the parents, of the pupils enrolled { *
>- >' in the High school.
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Fined for Bringing In?John Vendel,
who. was arrested yesterday for ,
bringing in twelve pints of whiskey. 1 a
and was sentenced to ) c
W1UO *4?*vy . .
serve two months in jail. ' * . iy
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Fined for Being Drunk?Jim Salaxd i e.
and Andy Arond, charged with being j j
drunk and acting disorderly on a j ?
-Penney train, was found- guilty, by Jus- f
tlce Musgrove and each were fined : c
$1 and costs. - ; s
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Fined fcr Not Working ? Ernest;
Enoch and Burr Danish, who were j,
arrested by Constable Michael on vawancy
charges, were found guilty by _
Justice Musgrove yesterday and fines i
nnd costs were imposed.
- Down to 23 Today ? Another cool i
ciisp adrnihg was experienced today
when the mercury descended to 23.
p_ - .. . ;
" Agreement Filed?At the office of ;
??*<1 thjj county clerk's office yesterday)4-bfiro
was an agreement filed between j I
"?.3ie' M. .Walker, et vfr. and J. H. 11
l\ eit and C. H. Neill by whlclj tie j
nmig rights of the "Waynesburg or ! I
*?fc:tone vein of coal is acquired. [ I
>> ' Tfcy parties of the first part will re-: fl
; ^celre under the asreemen ten cents 11
7" ' ' fof-every 2,240 pounds of a "long ton." i
The property is located near Fairmont. I
More Field Glasses?Mrs. George M. I
->/- , Alexander- brought in a pair of field E
: glasses ' this morning' which' win be ?
sent to the proper 'authorities at Wash . ra
lotion for the use of the navy.
Lindsay: Frame Over There?Land- I
say Frame in the 17. S. Navy has. cabl&l B
to bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. EL - C. ! B
" ... -Frame of his sate arrival in Fiance j B
shoapS the Seattle. This is the first; 8
message which has been received from ' 8
Frune for four weeks and it wai gen-[ 8
salty- supposed that he had tailed, j B
He'is a member of the gun cre? and ; S
hw been located at'Cape May. N.J. : L
No-Police Court?There was Bo po B
119 court this morning, the first time 3
tkb m. fel&nlc boIIm enrrrt uroerem 3
ooae np this Vest
> ~ WW VUt New York?Edward Vin- I
wet to making arrangements to leave I
Wrxnont tomorrow for New York K
SC""- he- .will- spend serefal j
1^ < Vfsrwteto a?{ In Servioe?Jerry Tack- I
ten to' leaving for Washington
Mmdng where he win make an tfEort I
||s . ". to tet_ta same branch of service. He
^ " WASTED BY APRIL 1?A tasr or I
?. :: .> five room bonte. Close la- Call
r|T. '^SSWC, or intpiire at West Vlritnlaa to
,M , sgsssssagsssnaauess
M?sopnr> ->
< ' Kfn^SSi itfTb* og> | |
us at tas patnooe rauy to w sata at
fntchtnanm taamitrm alght. Sbawfil
ate tha pises of 2Cra. K.tC Marow
who la sstbla to attendive
appointa*8t* arm ha gtna at tha
ifaaoolc Tsapla on Men 4*7 aranlnc
kpril 1 at vMcb meanbsrs at tb*
-prmtwr sat. many of than hams tor
be Eaatar vaeattaa win b? coast*.
Skinners orchestra wffi ftzmiah mxxsc
tor tha dan car*. The aSstr la bass
arranged by H. TOsyne Hamilton
ind Jtmlor Devwy..
Mrs. Austin Recover! ng-~-Mrs. Xan:y
Austin of Locnat avenue who la
l patient at Ftlnoont hospital asffercs
from aa Injured hip la reeorarlar
Attended Funeral?A. 6. Martin and
ister Mrs. J. H Abbott attended the
icneral of Porter M-~ Martin which
look place today at Farminpton.
Mrs- K el ley Improving?Mrs. How.
ird Kelley who waa operated on yesterday
at Cook hospital for ippendicl- j
tis is doing nicely today.
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Final Exami?The last group of ex- j
iTxiB for tne popfis of the seventh ana i
eighth grades of tbe Lincoln district!
schools are being bold today and to- i
morrow. examinations began tblsr
morning at 9 o'clock at the followingJ
places: Tbobnrn. Wortbington. Ansa- j
belle. Farmington. Mod's Run and j
James Fork. ;
Savings Club Meeting?The E. B. i
Moore War Savings Club of tbfi high
school is holding its regular monthly
meeting at tbe high school this afternoon.
Coach Moore Loaves?Herbert E. i
Moore left Fairmont last night for i
Washington. D. C-. where he will en- s
ter chemical service. Moore Has-'
been athletic director at t".e Li~ii <
school for the past two years. ' i
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Will Lift Quarantines?There are
bow. three cases of smallpox in Fairmont
that are under Quarantine. Tha i
quarantines on these three cases v.ii! j
Be lifted next week. The patients arc i
lobn Sweney, Fairmont avenue: C. E.
Sallibue. East Ferry" street, and William
Kemp, colored, who is at the pest:
Schmitter Transferred?S. B. Schinit-j
ter. the representative of the Bur-;
roughs Adding Machine Company, -who ,
has been stationed in Fairmont for J
:he past year has been transferred to i
Columbus. 0. He is planning to finish
jp his -work in Fairmont this week,
eaving here Sunday night.
Defense "Council Meeting?The meeting
of the Narion County Council of
Defense has been arranged for 4 :
>'clcck tomomwr afternoon in the of- '
lice rooms of -the Chamber of Com-; '
fierce;. I (
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oon oorn? out ut bu<?> ?- j ,
tir. and Mrs. A. S- Lynch, at their J '
lomo on Walnut avenue, a 6on. Mr. j1
?yncb is an engineer with the Greater '
Fairmont Investment Company.
Sick Child Recovertnfl?Leroy. the ; '
nfant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C- Bill- '
ugslea. ol Pennsylvania avenue, -who ' j
iss been vet? ill (or the past week, is .1
iligbtly improved- 1
Frences E. Nichols ofthis city and 1
l prominent member of the state so- t
riety of the Sons of. the Revolution <
vill represent" the state organization
it the triennial meeting of the Gen- t
ral society to be held in Philadelphia '
tpril 19 and 20. The Sessions of the ?
teneral society have heretofore been | s
teld in Washington hut owing to the r
act that hotel accommodations in the
apiial city are almost impossible to
ecure it was'decided to hold the sea i
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ions. in rutuiuci^uw. ? ,
Funeral services over tie body of ;
tevid Twigg whose death occurred on j t
Vednosday will be held on Friday j c
12:30 o'lockfrotn the resident of Mrs. j 1
L J. Fizer in Monroe street. The Rev. j
I. J. Yoak. of the First SI. E- church, i
outh, will conduct the funeral ser- j I
ices. 1 o
Save The
by using1 home
uots instead of
If you are a o
you need not d
a. rich rvrflpAP-lih
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Instant 1
is made in Am?
' vides a delicioui
?v superior to cc
free of the c
"cageinc." ^
" At Grows E
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run in iuiiilmii i ii
??rrr <iu ninrnniM
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Effort WUi be Made to Provide
Comity With a _
Farm Agent
Ten the patjo? oTdlsaiaalng fisxm
work ta Marios county and taking
itepe toward appointing a aaieeaaaor
to County Farm Agout H- I*. fimirb.
who resigned tall till, the directors of
Cite Marion County Farm Bureau -will
meet la the oflce of the county agent
at tie court house Saturday momtng
at 10 o'clock. A letter announcing the
meeting and urging the attendance
of Fairmont business men who are interested
in farming and gardening was
received this morning by C- W. Evans.
a~A~ ~ aV- A# pATTt.
I U I Lft I Ull IIL
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Watldns, of East Liverpool;
Has Been Decided Upon
for Referee. I
The Fairmont Normal and the Key-!
>er Collegians will play their third j
yasketball game on Tuesday evening'
>f next -week. Just -where the exhibi-;
ion will be -played has not been de
tided. but it is more than likely that
t will be played at Lonaconing, NId.
Several near-bv towns, including
3uckhannon and Grafton, made a vis- <
>rous effort to get tbe game.
Macaser Orrtn Bell of the Normal
ltd Manager Paul Davis of the Key>er
team tfiet' in Morgantown last
sight and decided, definitely on th*
Jate but reached no definite conclusous
as to where the game will be
Lonaeonjug, Mf. about 23 miles ,
ecupt ,, ...
tea *bi? two.
i drink, real>ffeebecatw
offee drsgi I
verywhere . I
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tod3 Jveyscr. is iae ucjl pwcc wuivu j
us been considered and it is very
ikely tliat the game will be played I
here. Referee Watkins of East Liv- \
;rpool tvill be in charge of the game. J
The Normal team will begin pracic?
tomorrow night for the game on ,
Tuesday. In the meantime the Key
ser team will get together and hold .
;everal' practices before Tuesday ;
tight. . ;
George Epstein, of Parkersburg,
raveling representative of a Wheel- <
sg drog house, was a business visitor i
lere yesterday- 1
Mis6 Mary Hesstaft, of Grafton, has
>een the guest for a w-eek of her
ousins. the Misses Mary and Margaret
lessiaa, in Maple-avenue. i
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C. B. Wood head, aged 72. of San 1
'rancxsco, for 4 5 years has eaten only i
he meal daily." '
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-made prodimports.
r, \y\. ';
>ffee drinker
pnv vourself
5?ere 1*1 rJ- Ul _ u>o v^nngw wv* ,-w*. vw?
B. B. Ezell, district supervisor, will
attend the meeting on Saturday morning.
-C. B- Titlow, director of Agricultural
work, is very much interested
in the meeting and is anxious to
have a good turn oat of the directors
as well as other Fairmont ana
Marlon county citizens who are Interested
in farming and gardening.
H. L. smith, the county farm agent,
resigned last fall and since this time ;
there has been no one selected to take (
his place. It is felt that the county :
oeeds a farm agent at present more j
than over before and that some one j
must be appointed to take up the work ;
Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock
there m ill be a meeting of all the mem- i
hers of the Marion County Farm Bureau.
Mr. Dadisman. the uate labor 1
agent, mill discuss the labor shortage j
and the methods of overcoming same.:
riie sacd corn situation is very seri-1
ouj and steps trill be taken to-ward se-1
L-ariug tested seed corn for the coua-:
m pi av m rif
Mrs. J- A. Meredith. Made
Address at Patriotic
Meeting at Jayenme.
patriotic and food demonstration
www held yesterday at the
Jayetrne school which was largely attended
end greatly enjoyed by those
The speaker of the afternoon was
Mrs. J. A- Meredith, a member of the
Marion County Liberty Loan committee.
Mrs. Meredith outlined in a clear,
concise manner the plans for the next
Liberty loan drive and at the conclusion
of her address committees were
appointed to look after the matter is
that locality. The committee named
is as follows: Mrs. C. C. Johnson,
chairman; Mrs. J. V. Strupe, Mrs.
Jennie Pool. Mrs. Ford. Mrs. Henry
Rice, Mrs. John Snoderly and Mrs. D.
P. Kennedy.
Demonstrations of Liberty bread,
deep apple pie and eggless corn matfins
were given by Mrs. Joseph Rosier
and Mis3 Blanche Price, the latter
county demonstration agent.
Mrs. Meredith plans to visit Farm-1
ingtoa: Baxter, Grant Town and other'
towns in the county during this week j
and next with a view of organizing j
the communities visited Cor war scr-j
vice work.
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noil nnroiTnno i
haul manufactured by the Fairmont'
Machinery company, ihc tit pie beingequipped
with a Phillips Grossoyer:
dump, the empty cars running to the ,
pit mouth by gravity.
The Rev. H. J. Yoak, of the First M.
E. church, south, will cot duct M?ca- i
3y Thursday sen-ices at the "trmt M ? ;
E. church tonight where a of
jtrwce* ii> IU xuc BWTMLCJ .
irtll besin at 7:30 o'clMk. ! ,
Our Easter Foot? j&
be an event of more th
and this year is no excel
a most attractive select:
wear, smart pumps and
dressy white shoes for
wear and a new line of 1
Why not come in to
lection while the "pickh
prices popular with your
uuflL urcnHiuno i
(Continued from Page One.)
with manufacturing plants that the re- j
ccipted bills would disclose only the !
regulation price and that the excess j
could b: paid in cash. Pour companies
in Philadelphia and vicinity paid '
heavy excesses, according to" the in
dictmcnt. i
"These companies, a government of- j
ficial said, consented to pay the ex-:
cess because of the necessity of hav-.
iug fuel to keep their plants in opera- (
Storage Bins at Owings.
Coal storage bins arc the thing for ;
mines. Tbcy enable the men to keep 1
working when there are no cars and i
enable the quick loading of cars when
once secured. Every mine in the Fair- !
mont district will be equipped with
f t,i>m pvsnmaliv where there is room
for such au outfit. Sotac of the opera- ;
tors hesitate a little on account of the
cost hut the leading mines are likely ,
to be so equipped within a few years, j
The cool storage bin at Owings, near !
Shinnston, recently completed, is of
frame construction, placed on a con- j_
cretc foundation and lias a capacity of
approximately J,50c tons of ran-or- :
mine coal. The size of the bin is >
05x100. It is constructed of-long leal !
yellow pine thoroughly treated with I
Iv. R. Wood preservative and extends
over two railroad tracks, making it
possible to load four railroad cars stm
ultaneously . The coal is dumped over
the tipple in the usual way going from .
the chutes into a conveyor by which ;
it is carried to the top of the bin and
deposited where desired by gates
which can be opened or closed. The ,
machinery employed is electrically1
driven. The Mutual Magazine, a publication
of the Consolidation Coal company.
pictures this bin in the Apri.
issue and generously gives credit to
Holbert & Speddcn. local contractors;. I
who took the contract for its erection
The foundation was placed by the coal
company, work starting on June 1917.
but because of labor shortage the con- struction
was not completed until February,
191S. The tipple at the plant is
of steel construction, having the coal
lelivered to- the tipple by a chain car
Commissioners in WaafcktgI
ton Ask for Preference
for Shipments
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i C Special Dispatch to West Virginian)
WASHINGTON, D. C- March 2S-?
The m embers of the county court of
Marios county -were is the city yesterday
to arrange, if possible, to have
preference shown shipments by rail
of materials required to complete the
building of roadways in Paw Paw district
in that county. Accompanied by
Congressman Necly they visited Secretary
MeAdoo about it.
A. B. Paston and Hash Brady, of;
Wheeling, and Camden Sims, of Palestine.
are among the recent visitors
to arrive from West Virginia.
These special pension bills which
were introduced in the House by Congressman
Neely have been favorably,
reported to that body by the commit-]
tee on pensions: To Uriah T. Alley..
Cameron. $30 a month: Lafayette]
Crouser. IWanalngton. 550; Anarcw;
King, Fairmont. W6: Michael P. V.'e'.Is.!
Fairmont. $40; Josshua Mark ley. Fair-:
mom, 536; Stanley TV. Lemley. Fair-!
moot. S30: William L.. Snider. Wheel-1
ing. 512; and Edw. W. Lauck, Huc-j
dred. 540. %
Additional evidence was filed today
at the Pension Bureau in support of!
the pending claim ot Mrs. Lavina :
Gribble, of Pbllippi, by Senator Sutherland.
James C. Francis, of Logan, a wcU
known coal operator in southern West
Virginia, is stopping at the Willard.
Hon S. C. Wells, of Weilsburg. is a
distinguished West Virginian in the?
Capital for a few days' visit.
Garden Work to be On;
Larger Scale Than Ev- j
er This Year
Approximately four acres of ground
will be placed in cultivation immcdi- j
atCl? oy W VUV Utbu H?v |
160 pupils, young men and women.
having asked to be enrolled in this;
war garden work.
The grouud for the gardens lias been j
donated by Sam R. Nurum and was j
Utilized for the same purpose last year, i
Three acres of ground to be used for j
war gardens is located at Bell Run J
wbilo one acre is situated back of the t
high school in the ravine. All of this r
ground is rich and will produce excel ,
lent garden stuff.
Individual gardens will be maintain- j
ed by the boys and girls and the work
will begin as soon as the ground can
be plow ed and gotten in readiness for j
planting and the gardens -will be care-1
fully looked after by tie pupils doriug
the summer.
The war garden work will be done
under the'personal supervision of E.
M. Musgrave. head of the Agricultural;
department of rhe high school. Mr.,
Musgrave will soon name a corps of
assistants. j
last yfar the -pupils of the school i
raised splendid garden produce in '
large quantities and it is the intention
to raise garden stnff on even a :
larger scale this year.
The body of Hugh Pricltard, of Man-: t
aington. who died on Tuesday in Colorado
Springs. Colo., from meningitis, i
will be brought home for interment
probably reaching Manningtcn on Fri- i
T-TI-j. We. T A? i
ua> c i i-^o ,
Frichard. who tras called to Colorado j
Sprlncs by her brother's illness, will i
accompany the body home. Mr. Pries-1 .
ari is a son ol A. L. Prichard. He i
irti a member of the Manningtouj
CTaa Lodge.
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ir display lias grown to
an passing importance.
)tion. We are lowing
ion of seasonable footoxfords
for women,
the children's Easter
high and low shoes for
day and make your se1"
is good and buy at
320 Ma?
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Originators ana .Leaders o
mum ir
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Big Meeting in the Evening
Will Also be Held There
April 5.
One or the most interesting patriotic
meetings so far held in Marios
county was the gathering held Tuesday
evening at the Bask of Farmington.
at which time a community council
of defense was organized.
The object or the meeting was presented
by \V. E. Mapel. who was rem- j
porary chairman. Sir. Hennigja was J
called upon to address the meeting
and responded by making a speech
full of Americanism and our duty to ]
our Country iu the present crisis. Mr. J
t-iennigan was touowea Dy snort
talks from R. S. Redicour. W". E. Marcl,
W. H. Vcach. VV. H. Luoold, J. H.
Coleman, L. X. "Whitlatch, and others.
A permanent organization was effected
with J. H. Coleman as Chairman
and \V. H. Lupoid, eecrctary. C. ItMorgan
.treasurer. An executive committee
was appointed, consisting of
tlie following members: T. J. Downs.
Peter Hennigan. B- Stewi>r, W. H.
Veach. J. R. Haggerty.
Committees were appointed to arrange
for a demonstration on the i
fifth day of April to promote the
sale of the next Liberty Loan Bonds
and to arouse the people to greater
efforts in tbe prosecution of the war
against Germany.
Committees were appointed to secure
speakers for the demonstration
on April fifth and music and floats
and decorations. <
At this meeting it was planned to '
have a parade at 2 o'clock on this day '
fnllnwori hv Rnpprhr** a nr? tft 1
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It has been s?id that the practice i
of medicine at hast is simply a game ;
of piesswork. liecausa the actios of i
druse varies to a great degree upon :
different individuals: bat -when a med-;
icise has lived lor fort7 years, con- I
staatly growing 1b sales and popular- j
ity there can b? no greater proof of j
Its merit. Such a medicine is Lydia !
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, j
fhflt fflwnnc nld rno! arid herb rem- i i
edy, now recognized from shore to
shore' a* ?tve standard remedy Cor
Cental* ills.
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Yon may not have
money for your first ?
t( harre
t.*Mnwrt saoa cqhfamt. auk
m m
sjs A K-A
JNG \8fffvpj
f Low Prices in Fsinnont
for the benefit of'the an
:o work and could not 1m in isiiiitjjfi
the afternoon.
The next meeting of the JDetafM
Council win lie held on Tneadlay .eeai
April 3. All patriotic citizens axe ni
ed to be present.
Lodge Anniversary.
Bops temple of WatsotL wbSch srflj]
celebrate Its second anniversary next
Monday evening, has lismed lush*.
t ions to the members of thai te?p.
Fairmont, Barrackrille, HvesvUle-mja
all the surrounding towns to atiMm
the exercises. Bach member is pstrtIaowI
f/i 'KHna* nno nnif onaf ti a<t*
mission fee of ten cants
For Mrs. Moran.
Mrs. H. J. Reich antcdUaat a jama
ber of friends yesterday afternoon-jO
her home honoring her sister.^. Jffi*
O. Moran. formerly Miss Stelle GeinezS
a recent bride. The event vrais'a 1
shower and the appointments, wmsfoggj
propriate to the approachhtRlHaiiiSSj
tide. Thirty attests were enterta
Sergeant James A.. Deegan, a son
of Thomas Deegan, of this <city
route to France according to a V
received here yesterday by his t
Mr?. Harry Downey. His -***1^*^
ment was postponed tor tiro:5*eSHg
on account of quarantine (rem mc
and scarlet fever. vr-sf&si
iinu diiinnoiim ivunu its. oflnLt
The Answer ft Found-In the Straight*
forward Statement of a SMmskS
eton Resident
We have been reading week .<=
week in the local press of Fair
ritiseiis who have beep rid effiltr
Ing kidney and bladder tiOutdea^jM
Do aii's Kidney Pills. and we bar
ten wondered whetbCT^o wbbs 1
frank and earnest 'statement^ t
Shinnston -will set this dooht at
__ W. C- Boor, tanner, B?igirX
ieys were acting irreriiarjy ar
tvas suffering with a dan-j^MpBBa
kidney'Pills and J tried ttKs?^Dn?|
soon rid me of the trouble. Whet
of my family have had kidney tron-i
ale. Poan*8 ^Kidney yyis ns^oywirf
>ly ask for a ' kidney rvmedyDoan's
iifgrs, Bnftelo, N. T.
cd ' h
^^ of^rfoiT th
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xst wears?so get
* Beacons now and
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