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I INTERNATIONAL I ISunday School! uvhx)vu . |j ^LESSON FOR JUNE 16^ tmison or ood oivino his life y a ransom for many. UMOH TEXT?Mark , OOtDEN TEXT?Truly thla BU ?u lk? Am ?f God ?Mark U ? JDVTOTXONAi BSADINO-XatUh I1:1SAODITIOMAL viTraui, TBACHERl-Matthtw j; H-O; Luke a.R**: J?bn li iMi. WttMART AND JUNIOR TOPIC-Jmu? NlWi Bfe (or ethera. gUJTJCRMEDIATE TOPIC-Th* aultartac aiNIOR AND ADULT TOFIC-Chrtat 'fl* for our olni. ' . Tbe grind climax of the year*a lea*>M thai fir ti reiched la thli one. If the rtgnlftcince of the crucifixion li not apprehended. ill the leiioni thui fir ire meeninglee*. It ia not a matter of learning leseon* taught by a treat teacher, or imitating the example of i greet and good man. but of ap- , precluding the vicarious atonement mate by the world'* R-deemer. Chrlat area, not by hi* ethlea, but by hla 1 Ihed blood. Hi* death was purposeful | Ufl absolutely voluntary. I. detus Arraicned Before Pilate (tt. 1-15). Ik tba early tnornlnr after tha mock trial before th? hljh pne< . they bound Jeaaa and delivered him to Pilate. They let freely In this according to , tba erll desires of their own hearts. J I. Jesus Crowned With Thorns (tt. 16-29). Knowing tlfat Jesns had been rnir- \ desaaed for claiming to be Israel s king, they In mockery crown him with a wreath of thorn*, and salute hlw "King the Jer.s." Nut ualy this, hut thay smote hi in on th > head and spit upoa him and went through a process of MCk wor- i: ip. The crow n of 'horns typifies the curse which he bore for maa'a tin. III. Jscus Crucified (vr. 21-41). 1. Led cwny to the place of rru-lflt- | Ion <rr Ol.oai *" I' ' At first Ibey compelled hltu to bear Ms rwu eros?, but when physical weakROM made this impossible, they compelled tmnn the Cyrenlan to bear It or Mn. It is beautiful to note that j be Ron of this C> renl.sn w ho here the ; torr of Jesus rrjiie to believe on him [Rome.ns lOtV't. Iteeause of the iconrgitg end rrtirl ; i.atle* b*apcd Ipoa him, tfcrr actually were obliged 1 :o bear Mm to Golgotha. Mis fr.re n?? i Harke^ b" the thorn* rrid cruel blow*. | to tHr.t there r-ns "ao firm or romeii- , less" (Ire. A":?). All 'Ms lie endured 'or w. IJe drank this bitter nip to Its rcrjr diosJ and refused to driolt the trine nilngl-d with myrrh," which trould have deadened Ills pain. He rent all the r ay in his sufferings. 'A Gambling for the clothing of the Lord (iv, J 4. "."d. Having milled iiiui tv the cross Uiey . pimbled for th* seamless rob? under ' he very crosa where he was dying, and . in their hsnrtloss cruel tv tiiev sat I down to watch him die (Matt. 27:3d). 3. The superscription (v. 28). It \rt.i customary to placs over the rteilm on the Cross toe name and ' rrime of the offender. Though mate | did this In mockery to rex the Jews, the title wne absolutely true. He was Meed their Kh-.g. They had lone j looked for him. end now when he came they crucified him. Though be w ore s . crown of thorns In derision, he will | conic again wearing s crown of glory, and before hlro all shall bow. God ! hasten the day! 4. Between two thieves (rr. 27. 23). I .This added to his shame. His (death Mention r.ith two robbers was tin* ful* Mllment of the Scripture?"Numbered with the transgressor*." 5. The dying Savior reviled (tv. 20* [ This reviling was engaged Id by Ifre passers-by," the chief priests end the thieves who were crucified with I Mm. to this nameless agony and I Shame they taunted him by bidding I Mm come down from the cross, and deIrMrely saying. "He saTed others, him* elf be cannot save." They uneonkciously uttered a great truth. He Bold not save himself snd others, so HI Chote to die to save others. Halle* Itojah, what a Saviour! |[ (L Daftness upon the land (v. S3). H This was at noonday. So shocking was this crime that nature threw I around the Son of God a shroud to hide I him from the gaze of a Godless com* yinji T. The cry from the Crow (rr. 34tT). What awful anguish when God laid tha wocM'a alna upon bis beloved Son! When the price was fully paid. Jesus | dismissed hie spirit. No one took his life; he gave it up. His death was unlike that of any other. B. The rent veil (v. 33). This symbolized the giving up of his life (Bah. 10:30). 0. The centurion's confession ( . 30). 10. She lingering group of women (rr. 40, 41). They who had lovingly ministered j to him in life were waiting to see where they could bury his precious IV. Christ's Burial (w. 42-47). LeviSg hands now take the precious | body aad lay it in Joseph's sew tomb. I JIM MB w?o aio not content to too Mil treatment of the Lord now rlska ETnfBtatloa. and by hit action makee Ml coefeaalon of tho Lord. Tba Hfea too of God la placed In a ntw Mitt MARTHA LINN tURIKD. I TttMl aarrlcaa orar tba body of HN Martha Llna whoae death oc Enmt Taaaday ware held yesterday UftanooB at bar late boma at BenMill fbrry. Tba Her. I. A. Barnea, |f|wln'a Marry, eonductad tba aar MptcM mien war* att*a?M ?y larga kmtar 9t frlrada and raUtlTM Tb? tody *H wr*)*d t* tM Ltia em+ jhr *|M tettraaat ?u mad*, Jj k mfo. || Evening Chat f I h* i small eemetry m the side of a hill yesterday. It *u Inclosed by a high fonco and did not coatala many dead. It wan net off alone fields and pasturee and gardens all about. It seemed to hare no aeeualataaee with aarthiag soar. Run down orar the bank slightly, it merely looked orer the top unconrrrnMly. A great many tall trees grew all about, shuttlng away even the rmall rjew seen from a small roadside soma hundred feat away. ! filmed a high fence to get a closer view and spent one of the pleaaanteet afternoons I have had this summer so far. A cemetry la about the only place In the world that I know of where one < an he absolutely quiet, and though many say they fear ghosts or memories of past Meathe. I find no oppressive Influences there. The closer we get to death, the less we worry about It. Sometimes there is something almost humorous In the thought of how we put our dead away. I hare often thought of the shoe that did not fit bought new ror the occasion I hare visualised the wearer in more appropriate garments provided by the after death authorities looking down from above or up from below and sympathising thus: "I can't get up to take it off. so you'll have to make the best of it. If they had only remembered that sixe nine was always too| email! No doubt number teps would j have interfeared with the coffin lid! : My poor feet!" The Indians always place with their dead certain artlctos which they believe will be needed in the happy hunt j Ing ground. And we have become so imbued with the belief that we must be dressed in our best for all Important occasions, that we cannot get away from the Idea. Perhaps we are not so much to blame It Is an important occasion. But our bodlea and elaboute garments will not be there. And we burv enough njoney in the grave to keep an entire nation In food' for years. 1 saw a little child today wiib eyes the color of robins' egg blue. I saw a basket of small white puppies with cunning flapping ears. They bad tiny sprewlinsr feet, just beginning to beari mil U A fit KaHIaq iinon f linns Tlifti- ' iwuiivii t u i UWIJIT.I U JIVJ11 I IIT4II. I 41*3 J . rolle and tumbled ?nd yawned?show-; in* small pink tongues on the inside of mouths the slie of tunnels. I *a v j a littl3 girl gather them a'.l In her amis and take them out on the graas perfectly content with life. a j I saw life everywhere I went. A hlrdhouae near the car track waa alive with little bird". A family of kitten* thrived a little further down ihe street. A mother with a new baby ] : miled wonderfully rt me a womau, with her knitting talked of nothing but her work An old man with a garden had no other thought In life. Everywhere I wen'., somebody was busy with romethlng mighty big to th-^m. I thought to myself?"This is n pretty funny worid. N'earlj* everyone I have met thinks his Job the best and feels a sort r^ sorrow for the other fellow beraure his Job is different; I always thought there were a lot of round p??s In square hoies but if they are they, don't know It: Where's the mother who wants her child to hare brown eyes Instead of blot? Where is the puppy who wonts to D? Diack'' Is there a mother who doesn't like her habv? Is there an old man who Is tired of his garden? Only the parrot across the street says Oh. dear. I want a cracker. Oh. dear. I want a cracker. Why doesn't somebody give me a cracker? Oh, dear. Oh. dear!" I admired a velvet lawn today and a woman no longer young dressad In overalla bent over a lawn mower, like Father Time with hla reaoer. She had already been over a vast amount of space for thla was no child's lawn. Her feet rested comfortably In shoes two sizes too big for her. Her hat was wide and shady. S he want at that lawn as I ran Imagine some of our boys are going at the Kaiser! There wasn't a man in town who could hnva done it better. There were no scraggly chin whiikera left on the walk edges. She got down on her knees with a pair of lawn aclsaers ana attendad to that! 1 Uka that woman! 1'va diacovared a good place to keep a dog we like immensely but which the neighbor! object to strenuously on account of tramped out gardens. Run a wire across the yard and attach a chain to the rpllar ot your dog. Then put the ring on the end ot the chain, on the wire. This allows the dog to run the entire length of the yard?held to the wire line above. The chain will slip back and forth easily and your beloved dog can bother no one and yet will have all the benefit of out-door air. I saw this done in Maanlngton?in a large yard close to the carllne. Speaking of runaway ralnds. a friend of mine said to me yesterday: "Mv teet can't ?m sfHla r K niSH Uij UlUtU. When 1 go tnyshere. I And myself away ahead. I passed a store window recently and saw myself as others see me and the sight wasn't a pleasant one! Here I was bent over way ahead of myself. I looked like I came In two pieces?the piece that want and the piece that was left behind. That is an absurd way to walk. I think our bodies a great nuisance anyway. We're got to stop and wait for them in nearly everything we do!" My friend earns very near to speaking the truth. Thongh I hare no doubt there are many people who find themselves arrived long before they have decided where to go. Which la another way of looking at the subject: Along the Interuihan ear line* wa find many small boys enjoying an uninterrupted ewim In rivers end runs. I know a boy who haa been swimming in this manner? pnrenta utterly unaware of tho fact? for years. I heard hit mother say "1 never allow Frank In tba river. It la too dangerous. When some of us can take htan to a safe place, he csn leern to swim. Until then, he will have to De satisfied " Now I knew that Frank bad learned to iwlin many yaara before In a dangerous pool not far from town. Moat of the boys ho knew learned there. Bat mother was quite nnaware of the fact. Like the mother of our atory boohs, she had admonished. "Pon t, fe *ear She water i? I jfmI flg to awtm!W* war* ill N t Mg ;IOt. Tkm van about on* hauliil of a. Frank imnUw bank leoktog partfe terty sheepish whO* Ma comrade* e*U*4 out to him in language readily understood by bin! Suddenly on* of th* email boy* want under, and without on* backward glance. Frank toned hlneelf?h* wae miuui foot gear and coat?into tb* rirer At tbla particular point in our rirer there la a twenty fire foot hole. Several young people bar* been drowned there though no-one seems to think It Important enough to here the spot marked In eome manner?either from th* bank or from the rirer?Frank waa one of th* beat awlmmeri present and in about ten seronda he had the ! until boy by the ?r and pushed to' ward shore where others finished the rescue. Frank's mother stood on the bank screaming at the top of her voice. "Oh. he will be drowned, he will be drowned, he can't swim a stroke: He's never been In the water In his life!" After it was over she could scarcely believe her eyes! She sat stunned till Frank appeared and at his modest request to be allowed another swim before coming In, she merely replied: "Do Just as you like, what I say i doesn't matter at all!" Which was true in this case. > 1 MANN1NGTON | On ruriough. Clarence F? .'.ancaster. of the Ordr.an * depar me.: cf the I' S. Army Service starloufd at Aberskv, Md. is hero for a visit wl'.h his mother. Mrs. Ollle Lnnrtstitr. In Maiu street. He has recently received a promotion. Spend Summer, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wemple and daughr? have moved to Littleton to spend the summer. Gets Promotion. Relatives of Bee Loudenslager have received word from him at Camp Forest. Georgia, stating that he is in fine health and has received a recent promotion. He experts to be nent to the Mexican border soon. To Mountain Lake. Miss Belle Prtchard left yesterday fcr Ml. Lake Park. Md.. where she will spend Mie .aimer. Baseball. The loca' Independents ?ill stack up against the Sroitlifield baseball team at Dlarksbere park here Sunday. A gool game is expected as the locals have a number of new players who Will he in 'he line i-p Tonight's Program. The Elks' Flag Day exercises for this evening are as follows' 1. Music. Band; 2. Introductory exercises. Exalted Ruler and Officers; 3. I'rayer. Rev. J. V. Koontt; 4. Star Spangled Banner. Glenn IV. Norman; 5. Flag Record. C. L. Prichard; 6. Alter services, Esquire a^d Officers; 7. Song. Auld Lang Syne, officers and members; 8. Elks' Tribute to the Flag. D. F. Ilollobaugh; 9. Music, Southern Airs, Band; 10, Patriotic address. Inhn I l*r?n i 11 Gtar C?v-in?l.\/l *?*-? v vviitui uiui kj^iau?tvu Banner. Band; 1! America, audience Move*, to Watt. Miss Beulah Ice. ol Moundsvllle. is here (or a visit with Miss Edna Haskins in High street. Miss Ice will leave Moundsville with he* mother and brother about July first for Tacomi. v.asi ii.tf.iii w.?ft iker will reside, her father. Dr. Russell D. Ice. bavins been in Washington for s:me time. T> Aaron lie Schosl. Rav McOee. Joseph Cottrlll and Howard HoIIobaugh, local boys, will leave the coming week for Ithaca. N. Y . where they will enter tut School of Military Aeronautics. Hotel Arrivals. Bartlett ? John W. English, New Philadelphia. 0.; F. H. Morgt.ii. W. K. O'Day. Parkcrsburg; R. A. Greer. Carl Smith. David Spever. Wheeling: '.} II. Ltpsets. E. D. Jennings. Jas. Calder, G. S. McPherson. J. L. Murphy, Pitt<btirgh; R. F. Neptune, Cameron: C. Petty. Connellsville. Pa.; Julius Kline. D. B. Young. New York; John A. Ford. Columbus. O ; J. F. Dobson. Baltimore; 0. Russell Hageman. Zanesville. O.i A. J Wilkinson, Huntington; L. Lynch. Fairmont; J H. Kirkpatriek. Hagtrstown. Md; O. Miller. Spencer; L. J. Hodgea. Moundsville; W. Armstrong. Philadelphia; W. A. Furbee, Clarksburg; W. M. Grafton, Steubenvtlle. O. Wells?Phillip Moore. Shlnnston; H. D. Orndoll. Shlnnston; R. J. Bailey, Clarksburg. Personals. Fred G Barlow has returned from a MfcCltt > -^ioyfal Sound tln^gdMkdMur?Mk eeSw'j^^M^the f fqf ^sjslljSab^. ?nd* ttjrviis IBffiS?*? HHIi rtre km Suaday for a week'a rUit with frtnde. Edward Gaughan aad Matthaw Ryan hart returned from a short vlalt la Wheeling. , Mre. T. J. Jones and daughter. Miss Mabel Morgan, returned yesterday ; from Buchhannon where the lauer la j a student at Waaleyan college. I Ralph Reese has returned from Ann I Arbor. Mich, where he had attended the University of Michigan. Ivy Sharpe has arrived from Du-' Bois, Pa., tor a visit with his family. Mra. Golf Bainbrtdge. of Downa, la : the auert of Mrs. A B. Jolliffe in But-. Clio street. E. N Paul bis returned from a vijit In Wheeling. Miss Elva Loudenslager. of Katjr, is the guest of her brother, George, In thi city. E. T. Goheen. of Volga. Barbour county, it spending the week here on business. Miss Katherine Charlton has returned from Wesleyan college at Buckhannor.. Mrs. John M. Millan has gone to Worthiugtoo lor a Wait with her sister, Mrs. Martin, wbo is ill. H. F Barbe has returned from a business visit at Ida May. Mr. and Mrs Pownall. of Martinsburg. sre guests of relatives here. Miss Lucy Prithard left yesterday for a visit with friends In Wheeling Miss Miller, of Berkeley Springs, is j the guest of Mrs. M. F. Hamilton In Main street. Mrs. C. L. Cottrill is the guest of I friends In Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Jones and child have returned from a visit with j relatives in Moundsville. Mrs Albert Levy, of New York City, Is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs William Yost, in Hamilton ave nue. Mrs. Altie C. Atha. of Beltsvllle, ' Md . is here for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Renshaw. Miss Madge Ferry has returned to! Elliott Rusiness college in Wbeelingl lifter a visit with her parents .n Home-1 wood. Miss Helen Higgs left last evening tor e. visit with relatives In Moundsville. Mrs. Zana Sattcrfield has returned from Terra Alta. where she hid ac-j companied her nephew, 0. C. Satter- j fle'd. who will spend several -.eeks ?t that resort. Mrs Thomas McN'iebols hss returned from a visit with her mother in i Camercn. ?< Sunday School Rallay1 at East Run Church There will be all day services and Sunday sch~ . rally at the East Run Methodist church Sunday In charge I of F G. Gray, district president. The BRONCHIAL ASTHMA" Mrs. Graf Says Vinel Cured Her. i Darlington. Pa.?"I suffered from bronchial Asthma so badly I would often hare to ait up half of the night or lean over the back of a chair, and so wenk I could hardly walfc fcVts the Door. I had spent lots of mo toy for differ vt Asthma medicines without hplp?Ivt Vinol helped me ao I sleep till, and .tn ?.o \tell and strong I am doing all my work on th? farm." ?Mrs. Emma Graf. Vlnol la a conatitutV>nal remedy which contains beef and cod liver pep. tones, iron and manganese peptonates and glycerophosphates. We strongly recommend Vinol. Crane's Drug Store. Fainr.fmt. Pre seftptlon rharmacy, Mannington and druggists everywhere I My New Headquarters ? Call On ! MIKE ROMINO . i The Electric Shoe Repairer First Class Shot Repairing Bset of White Oak Leather Used. Reasonable Prices. All Work Guaranteed. 308 MADISON ST. FAIRMONT. W. Vs. s J^jkV Bringing Ire i i i T It is a well-known fact thatli UVU VI WUIOgu, Uiou W1UI * Irfcwn ud B?n to "bock the 1 lne" *nd go " oeeMhe-top " 1 bare rich red blood eonrafng : through their rein*. Thla < blood most contain about aa 1 much Iron aa there ia in a 1 toeumop "tanpemor" nail The 1 red blood eorpoacleB moat he j ted on Iron to hare that rich ! rea COIOT. ine nerre? are iou on the red blood oorpuache, so | when you feel tired, -worn out before the day la half orer, when pimples show on neck or i face, Jfe the danger signal, i time to repair the blood cells. ' It Is fortunate that Dr. Pierce 1 and hie staff of aim physio- < tans at the SurgJcal Institute i tn Buffalo have found a combl- i MM ft few fS*l] 4t HhM nlf Mil Mi Wtt be Mi U4 U I II tbe afteraoea raOjr ttrvtn fi WlH Thto to a bMitifal locattoa mm Dm street ear Mm. AR Intor wkovl worker* ere expected to be preseai end assist in tbeee service*. m OAHDEN I-K880N NO. 67. Been* will help win the wsr. So *ay? Pro! U C. Corbett. beer expert of the U. C. Department ol Agriculture He know* more sboet bean* than anyoie else In the country During the Civil Wer both northern anH kfintbprn anlrtinr* Tftlfid ItrOllff OB beans; likewise their taate for then grew araailngly. From than dates tha bean Industry of America For yean beaaa bare formed oni of the principal article* of food for the aoldiera of oar regular army. To day both War and Nary Department! are urging greater production el beaaa. Farmer* are aaked to grow enough beaaa for their own uae ao tbe farm crop* may go to cantonment* camps and to our allies. Laat year *59.000 aerea were pleatad to beans, the yield beiag 9.MO.OOC bushels. This year a greater acreage Is desired. Beans furnish the home gardener with food during a large portion ol the summer and many varieties may be grown for fall and winter use. These are eaally stored when dried. Tbey occupy little space, require ao canning and may be nted during the winter and until the 191* crop la har rested. Tbe price of beans has more than doubled alnce tbe war began. It la now one of the moat profitable crops which may be grown in the horns garden. It is eaally cared for; auffars comparatively little from Insect pests or disease, and the growing of beana on any sot) enriches that soil with nitrogen, which the bean vine takes from the aid and stores in the ground for plant food for other crops which may be grown neit year. The bean la distinctly a warm season crop and should not he planted until the toil becomes thoroughly warmed If planted too early the seed la likaly to rot In a cold soil. Generally speaking, the first half of June is ample time for planting ahell beana (for winter use) and fair yield* have been secured from plantings made as lata aa the flrat of July. When in doubt as to what variety of beans to plant choose those which may be kept for winter uae. FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN Women Preue Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for Health Restored. In almost every neighborhood ia America are women who have tried thu standard remedy (or female ilia and know its worth. Athol, Mass.?"Lydia E. Plnkhamk Vegetable Compound hat done me a world of good. I suffered from a waaknest and a great deal of (win every month and nothing brought me any relief until I tried this famous medicine. I am e different woman since I took it and want others who idffer to know about it "-Mrs. Arthtj* Lawiom, 669 Cottage St, Athol, Mate. San Francisco, Cal.?" I was In avert weak nervoua condition, having suffered terribly from a female trouble for over fiveyears. I had taken all kinds of medicine and had many different dectera and they all said I would have to he operated on. but Lydia E. Ptakham's vegetable Compound cared me entirely and now I am a strong well women. ?Mrs. H. RoapAMvTTtff Dsvlsadero St, Sen Francisco, Cel. For special advice ht ragard to audi ailments write Lydia E. Ptnkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Meat. The result of Its many year* eatperieaoa la at yum service. e - - , ? , ,.? ?<1 >n to the Front ' T T * iT~ I tracts that gtree the stomach tone, fortifies the Mood with lirm la a form that It eoa bo token Into the system. Yoa need energy and "pep every Say. Ton can aequire ft quickly by taking "IroaUc." This tatMt discovery called "Iron-tie" can be had at moat drag etorea In tablet form, at 60o the vtaL Send the Surgical Institute in Buffalo, N. T., 10c for trial pkg. If yon with to make a trial Men with a walhip, man who are on Che front or dotng their "hif behind the IImb, are men wttfc aa active liver. When they feel logy, duU headachy, Mae, and what is tamed billow, they acquire regnlar habits, become "regular as clockwork" bom takina Da ?*? OasWSS"*Y . 'I sas X CONFESSION l ^MMM I DMmaKUa MWf MM BurI day am. Dmm MM at me MfrMwtTdy. bit ?M not Immediately uivw. "Whst ?m n Omm T* mM Lola. Joat tM Dmm apperMtiy mmbared that I had not baM formally la traduced ta Mlw BUI aad aba aald. "Lola, I know you wtu ?km me ft* not praaenUag roa to MaiUi. tor we ara both to ere t tad va do not know what we ara data* " "1 realty did not remember I bad never mat Bra Waverty." aald Lola Sill aweetly. "You ara Jeet aa ay brother aad ay Mead have daocrtbad i yoa to aa aad aa Donaa baa talked I about you so much and Bark haa raved 1 about yoa continuously aiace ha met yoa. I. of course, for cot all about tha i Ndii ameattiee is ay axciteaaant. |, i Then MIm Sill turned again u| i Mid, "Donna, did you sat that nil i i nam*? I have forgotten It"?Sm wrinkled her pretty brow la aa effort* i to thlak. "1 am rare It be (toe with "L\ aha muted aload. i "It waa Herbert Speacer." aald t Donna slowly. looking at me t "Kitty Malram's husband*'' 1 aakad i stupidly. "Tae. Kitty aaalram's preacher burband." answered Donna. "Not the husband of that pretty girl I with the wistfully humorous eyes, that > used to go to school, that la nearest the club, some years ago*" asked Mr. Sill f "The very same." answered Jim. 1 who at the mention of Kltty"a name had come out of the trance he had fallen lntn when Barclay Sill was ani nounced. i "She certainly waa a pretty fW." aald Mr 8111. "I remember erery man in the club, aa it became time for echool to close, would find an excuse to read the windows Just to get a glimpse of ber vivacious and beeutli ful face. Did you say the man you ran oyer was her husband * It look! as though ha waa out on a Joy ride: poor girl. 1 would thlak she would be able to chain down any man* interest, even her husband's." he asserted in the very tones and. It seemed to roe. the very same satirical words that | Transfer, Hauling and L I and carefully. * W. S. T1 I Sail Shone ch.hh'h wris'siitwrms'i ini ins w e PRICES FIGURI 3 The man who speoda his money < 8 oo Boaey to apaad. had tha deal 8 exhorbltaat prlca soon has oo cuaU g oar haatnaa eon such an acomnomli aw so HTt you WMT, tad yet ma that hu aiii ov lout a leader li Dickerson Build Peurtft ttrsot and Vlrgl ell Phone 444. BMyB>AwVPwBy>^yBwpyBMyBbiwwMfc<wwMWVPBfcP It's none ot our business from whom bare need of our baslness you'll as by aad bp FAIRMONT GRAI1 Msnfaetursrs of Purity, Marigold Distributors of Hay, Qrali Phone No. M a^^WjfcWffffmJTMrCTOIb VSKfOW aBaMta:e:a.nfl'B'?K?gCT?;B?n3ntrrn'i'e FAIRMONT CAR PRKD DICTRI ! Builder? and repairers ' automobiles. Painting a 1 I HU J CHAS. W. WttMB BatUpmg BONDING AND GEN Ptaea yoar fewtun wttfc rff Miff f f t 1 FAIRMONT MANUFACT Absolutely Pui Offices and* plant corn? streets, East Side. Both F <????????w? ssisii'?wi'isisawaa??w ad walk (a tha ? ? o( tkoaa wfco u. ToaU HT? tampar, tfcaa aad * I taf. Call u wh?t y?a ntzt BMd a lh? cost of your work. ilbhd ibubdoh % 5 0FAWlFg^ /fl| t? Mi' i niiV il M marriad ?U a bMMT fMi but after Kitty's death b? got teto a -18] art afa scandal ul ha'a MtalU C "What baoaaa at ika My, Margin?" asked Doatta. "1 don't know." I anawarai. 1 Wtgaat that R la ratting along tt a way tN Hartart bad a lot of moaay laft Ha *et>a aftar ba married tha aaoggi % . did be marry the second time?" aaljed Lola Interestedly. "Tea. and that marriaga was partly to Mama for hi* downfall," ! lumaiM .'After Kitty died ba bad a vary grotty npnr la tha home to tab* car* Of tb* ' by Of course tha tongues Of bia parishioner* wagged, particularly I jgMjen ha married vary burrladly and jue nurse sued him for braacb at 'protalaa * "Even preacher* are bamta." re marked JWi *otto roc*. "Flat* played him * rathar sorry trick In bl* - >nd marriage. 1 I believe." aaid Donna evenly "Fate, fiddlestick*." 1 interrupted "Fate could not hare made amy worse mess of 'htngs than he did himself. I I am tired of blaming tbrnga auto poor fate. There Is no reason why we should not tell all the truth about htm ?it was bis own weakness and snob blng that played hob with him and hi* life "Well." *aid Jim. "I have seen many queer twist in the matrimonial game I but 1 have yet to see one as queer at this preacher men." fflcaiggogeBOflCBBHWioaguuui ?.> H IIIW I FACTORY REBUILT I TYPEWRITERS , I All Makea All PrioN eld ? Rented ? Repaired Every machine genuine tO?> I tory rebuilt. Guaranteed tor i mm KutBoi stamp *m I 2>0 Main Street ? CoaeoL Phone (SB. OtHOMCKaAJCRJOBtgCBBBMOifRWIIWHBJl *elhrerinf done promptly I IOMAS I I Cleveland Ave, Falnueut I I niii im ii ii nniini n 11 n n n J I 5 IN BUSINESS 1 I without considering price eoau has 8 1 ar who charges hie cuatoaers aa I >man. Realizing this, wa 1 ml yat efficient beat*. that wa aaa I I tatalu the high standard of quaUgp I I its Isld. liif Supply Co. I nla Avsnu#., Fairmont. Ceneel Phone M j | tm-na-a-mrtm-amtmmtmmmmm wmmmmt I you buy but If la your bustnese pea 9 make It your buslaaaa to buy of I if & MILLING CO. . Magnolia and Souquat Flours i and Feed ?f All Kinds Fairmont, W. Va. 8 iwameaBBtomemBmemeegS *?3j ?aa?ax8Kmc8*9Mm*8M?3ec8? 9 HUGE WORKS J CM, Managar. of carriages, wagons and j EVANS *flI I ERAL INSURANCE. 1 |I OUBOttOfiCOGUOBHAOCBOfiSBQICMBUBtf . TIPsnal J BJBB b*d satisfactory plunbtag Ion to 8 , iQm by l?ttlag as do your ptaafc- I plmnber and wffl gladly IgfcHll | ! AH V T71I . r|