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I IE US CBHtS BF KMT COIIHTIS ? Retired Minister Spent Many Years Acquiring 288 Specimens. Her Cheater Sprsgue. a former mln later of the Christian church of St. Petersburg, Fla . who I* -pending several week* with Dr ar.d Mm. Clarence D. Mitchell, of 11 ZWalnut avenue. It the owner of a moat unique collection <Jf coma. The collection la made up of 2HS specimens. none of which are like. Fif'y-four different countries re represented. The collection was made by Rev Mr. Sprague during his career as a evangelist, it taking more than twe-i tjr years to complete the collection. While moat of the coina are not Id. they reveal many interestn. perloda in the history of their respei tire countries The picture of Napoleon la eeen on many of the French coins, while other French coina hear th* tntrWa r\t fhc Rnltrn nf Tftrrnr anH other notable periods in French hie tery. The oldest coin of th? collection Is from Spain and is dated 1743. It is very distinct as are most of the other apccimen*. The most complete collection from any one country Is that from the I'nifed States, there bain* thirty-three different coins made in thta country. Mr. 8prague tells an interesting; story of an incident which prompted him to beicin the collection One day he wM walking along and saw a young boy digging In the ground. The boy had Just found a uiece of Japanese money which bore the datp of the death of Mr. Sprague's father. The ecln was purchased for ten cents and the firat contribution to the valuable collection was made. Now that Mr. Spragne has retired from the ministry and has no further I nsn for the coins he In anxious to sell them to some person who can appre date their value. He will spend several weeks with Pr. and Mrs. Mitchell j and will ba glad to show his collection to anyona who is interested The coins will later be placed on exhibi-. lion in one or tne local nanks. ttiiiis IMIWATS M To Have Charge of M. V. T. Lines in Fairmont and Clarksburg. Announcement has been made of the Appointment of S. M. (iallaher as manager of railways for th? Fairmont and J Clarksburg districts of the Monongaheta Valley Traction company with, headquarters in Fairmont. He will succeed H. S. Nerrtan. who has been ' appointed manager of the I'arkersburc f ml Marietta division of the Trac-, tlon romnanv. Mr. tiallaher Is well known hue. having been In the employ of the Monongahela Valley Traction company : for four and one-half years, before gotag to Charleston, where for three ! years he wbb manager of the traction lines of that city. For the past year! be hae been with the Mon tngahcla Valley Traction company and has been I Stationed at Purkersburg. Many local friends will be sorry to see Mr Newton move to Parkerrburg As manager of railways Mr. Newton has made a host of local friends, even though be has been here but a short time ?? Stock Yards Must Be Licensed Now WASHINGTON. June 20.?AH stock k..J. 1. lU. f'.lt.A Ct.toa I Jrt'tl* 111 IIICT 1 llllt'll UIULI-9 luuai were aorilered by President Wilson to be put under federal license. A presidential proclamation was issued which requires that license must be obtained from the Food administration on or. before July 25. Licensing also is required of commission men. order buyers, traders, ' speculators and sra'pers handling or dealing in live cattle, sheep.-swine or 1 goatr. 'in or in connection with such. Stoekvardr." except those exempted i by the Food and Fuel law. New B.C. Officers j In Barrackville ' Mrs. Jay Michael, of narrackvllle. has been named as chairman of the Barrackville auxiliary of the Fairmont chapter of the American Red , rm?i The election which was held yesterday at Barrackvllle Red Cross < rooms resulted a* follows: Chairman.,' Mr*. Jay Michael; Assistant Chairman. Mra. Earl Gould: Chairman of Koltting Dept.. Mrs. ( has. Cramer; H-.cy. Mr-. - Hall; Treasurer. Mr*. David Straight. , ? MRS- SHACKELFORD BURIED TODAY. ' Vuneral e?rv!ces over the body of.( Mr*. Minnie ShackeHord who?o derth i occurred Tuesday at Dawn", were held . today from the M. E church at Ddwbs. The hodv was Interred In the egmatcry n?ar the rhurch. ? ? It I* estimated that Australia has 1 cow* enough to giro rcrb man. worn ' uo and child In the Island continent ' flree each, while Arrentina can do ' eras better. There are flve cattle to ' aach Inhabitant In the big South Americas Republic. 5 Recent archaeological researches In ' the Virgin Islands, formerly the Dan- I laiisa Mil hhlnntim tr? i ( tie United States, indicate that the j: sclent ttdian inhabitants of the Ib> I < Made were pirates who made lone 1 gin is their canoes is search of j i D1 *'? BY BIDDY BYE The housewife who closes h"r mln<l to new ideas about conserving food and who holds hark.her hand from1 now canning hasn't much \alue as a war-wife. Three processes of dehydrating fruits and vegetables are practlcahle in the home. Sun-drying was inrented by Dame Nature herself long before Mother Eve tried it out. Primitive peoples, ancient end modern "cure" fish and vegetables over a fire with the same result that | TjBcal soc! tl.bold-Crcase'. Announcement hay br"n p.ide here ' of the marriage of Mis~, Msr-.orat Greaser, formerly of Fairviev, to Nelron A. Sebild. of this city, whi It event was solemnized on June 10 In Oakland. Md.. at 7 o'clock in tit mo,"', inpr. the Rev. Father Conuell of Ft I'eter's Catholic church ofiii ir .and Mrs. Scbold went from 0. ti l to Deer Park. Md., where thoy spent ! brief honeymoon with the former's 1 oarents returning here Inst Tiiursdny to the home of the letter's parents .n ' Fnirview. Mr. Mold lift l&sl Saturday for Morpantiv.n to ea er th l". S. training school. Mrs. SeboM m a daughter of J. S. Greaser of Fairvk und Is an attractive young wornan. She will renin in in this city dur-, ing the absence of Iter husband. * i Em;?r-mrnt Announce,]. Announcement has been made by Mrs. William l.jnch, of Pittsburgh, of the engagement of her daughter! Miss Frances Lynch, to John Courhlin, of Clarksburg, which engagement will culmln.-rte in a wedding on Jun25 at. St. Itlchardr. Crthnlic churcli i:t Pittsburgh. Miss Lynch is w. II known in Fairmont, bavins formerly attended school here ami r Id d. with her aunt Mrs. J.M.McDonr.. 1.' She is a youns woman of attr.'Cllvo; per.oaa'ity. Mr. Cotichlir., who has been located in Clarksburg for s \ rral years, will locate in "ittsli th. Mrs. McDonnell will ro to i'ittsbui h Sunday to attend the marriage. ? Kxteuded Trip. Mrs. S:'Hie F. M'lt :.r i has Ren" to Lauret, Md., where she is the sees lor Mvnml weeks oi hot sh ti r in k w, Mrs. H. C. Sample. From Laurel ah will ro to Tape Charles. Vn.. to v!cii her niece. Mr3. Arthur Rohertr. end the two will po to Richmond to Virft Mrs. Muslim's son, Will P. Nuttuni. in trn'nlns there for government strice. Motoring to Wheeling. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Howard and ?on. Hubert Howard, of Durkhanaoa, npent today in the city en route to Wheeling where the former lias accepted the pastorate of the Methodist Kpiscopal church. They rro making the trip in tlie'r tourinp car. * w * I>aiipht"P* of Isnlr-llr. fo Mrrt, The Daughter* of Isabella will meet on Friday even'n-; at o'clock at the parochial school. All members are urged to he present. ? ? Johnson-Jacobs Engrgement. At on attractively appointed party it the Country cinh thin afternoon with Mis* Jessie Jacobs bostes. the ?ng;i'meat of her sitter. Miss Kihra M. Jacobs, to Truman K John oil. o. Bo.:ton. M-ss. was announced. No late lor the marriage was named hut it is generally under,tood that It will l>e an event of the early tall. Miss Jacobs Is a daughter of Mr. tad Mrs. J. M. Jacohi, prominent r sidcnts of tlm city, and la hoi.v It a popular member of thi younger so"Inl set. fhe Is a , -ad;:ate of the High and Normal schools and slso iturlled at Ccucher Colli no In It; 111 more. Md For ? number of yc \rx ihp In - be"-; leadr '1 nvi < '< rice and Is a singer of ability. Mr I ihnroii, who v.s.-, .1 fjrmrr rrare.-en-' aftve of the Consolidation Coal cow wny ia thr date of Iowa, with heedjuarters In Chicago. has for the past, roar been with the Hutchinson Coat' -onspan; In its nffteea In this city. * He Ir a graduate of Dartmouth College n the claca of 1P1J The cuMts it thn announcement I RY POOD NOW FOR WINT 1,1 ...,. i ii lood expert gets by hang- i ing them in a tray over a gas range. ( The air blast proms* is essentially ( modern. It is best accomplished In the homes by means of an electric Ian. It is suitable for use in th J limited n:ce of a flat for it is both v quick and cleanly. The chief advantage of dehydrated | over canned fruits and vegetables is : i the tremendous reduction in bulk ac- r romplished by drying out the water. ! Wat r adds from 100 to 000 per rent if e tra w irht to the canned product, i It is claimed that if commercially j | !AL EVENTS [ j party thi; afternoon Included intimate girl friends of the honor guest and they were entertained at knitting durr;; the ..fter id hi. Th > announcement v s made when the lunch was served * before the departure of tbe guests. * * * * * I' Leaves for Vassar College. M ss Iteih lleintzeliuau leaves to-11 > lor I'm -keen Ie. N. V... v here she will c cr the Vastar Col- ' lege trail ing crtup ior nur.tes which . uriiUr the mauagcment of the Atner- ' icts'i I! d ( ro-s and the National Coutl- . til ol relet) u. The camp is open only 10 college graduates and a three monil ' courre will permit entrance to ,s the reeotid year of hospital training i h ue tor nurses. Mies Hcinuelman '' la a graduate of Wellesity College, at Welle-lev, Mais. She will spend to- ' morrow in Pitt..burgh with friends and on Saturday will he with a party ol school friends in New York City, re tching Poughkecprle Sunday. Yesterday af'erttcon. Mrs. \V .1 '. Wiegul en' or:::incd a few friends a1 ! luncheon et the Country e'.ub itt It in of Miss Helntielman. The ptoau in- elud' 1 inline: e friends of the latter. J With Mrs. Con.'way. The mee'ing of the Woman's Forc''.n Mi. t ernary essety of the M. i'. Temple p i tnon-'d from lust we?k will he held on Friday aftmnoon at. 2:30 o'clock a* the llama of Mrs. William Conaway in Chicago rtreet. The host e. en will he Mrs. Conawav. Mrs. J. Qa tin. Mi .FndDietrichud Mrs Dora H. Mitchell. ?. ? ?t?_____ fp^PCAM A fQ It J| 1 * jl \^Wi |j Che (i Will on g and daughter, Mir.s ! Kdna have returned from Camp Meade. Md. where they went to s:u the forme" a son. Rol'ih Wilfong, wM lias been ao-ian- ly 111. lie is much. Ik -ier ha' ever. Mrs. l/iv. ronce Byrne end daughter.: Miss Margaret, and granddaughter.' Miss K'iz i'ieLh Rohinso 1, we, railed1 t Frastburg. Aid., yesterday by the ' rions llliir of the latter's father. Samuel Itobmson. A mo? ate laat ! night stated that Mr. Roliinson war,, better Miss Halle Tennon. an fntruetor in 11:o n>af ami Dumb Itirtltuto at Bom r iy, \V. Va., i? here on a vUit to rel-: atives. Mr?. Lawrcnee Thomas, alio ha.-, b.vn with'her nuaband. Lieut. La* rem e Thomas at Camp Shelby, Hat-' burg. Miss., has returned here and ill reside with her parents ai iti.'s-j t iwii indefinitely. | Mi"* Ia>ul o Korerr, of Morgantcwn j is the guert of the Misses Mona >';r.\ S aon oa Maple nverue. Mr. nr.d Mr*. Ldgar VV. CroMey leave Saturday for Atlantic ' ity and ' other ea tern r.JlnU. Mrs Catherine ( rosley will sprt't a \\e"k at iirr uantu 1 in rarkerabure l.rfor Roll g e.. .t. >:o-1 i.ig there to attend tile marriage of ; h her sister. r Mr*. T. V". .'.illon. of Denver, I' Co!., to:..itIv oi this city, is at Mor- k ftantov.n, railed by tne llhit .. of her t *i?ter. Mis. N. S. Steele, who t.i criti- _ rally ill at h- r h->. ie. Two other si,--.' tcr*, Mrs. Mary A. Calvert, of l?ittr-- 2 burgh, and Mi s Nell? Donley, of 8 Cinrinnati, r.re at her bedside. No * hope tor her recovery m entertained. S J. S Ro-"--.'l. of F .. . ti 'td. Ohio. I 9 la be"? e:t a *:" !! t?> hi? aon. 3 H. . ? Rown l and Mrj. Round at Suaunjr,? field bungalow. jjg ' at*' 1 ER. | r?\v Pai, drier made, at Viome. u< \ StrPCLY A TRAY / \ hvmg ovrr? rfo*r i;. ! :in?l vegetable? were Iried railu'i nun rar.ucd. 19,00u,tun would he sa1. rd the rountrj' anm.illj ri co/t oi transportation. Dned fruits and vegetables retain til oi their nutritive value. They can ip packed anil stored in container* vhielt cannot h-? used for other purtosos, xiich Ha pasteboarit shoeboxes, taper hag* anil tin coffee or biscuit an*. Thus tile cost of buying new ontainer* i* done away with. Fuel cost can also be reduced If ruit is dried over the stove on bakng dav. Of co.use sun-drying climnates the cost of fuel entirely. . . . . .. _ _ _ i Pairmont Boys Have Reached French Shore Card* have heen received here from veial of the local young men who ailed recently for a foreign port which vore mailed at Newport New*. Va . at lie dale the ship ailed a.id whieh vi re forwarded by the government on 'ein<* notified that the true part on rhleli they had sailed had landed afely. j Yc-erday cards c ere received from 'red Heintzelnian. a so t of Mr. and . dra. Wifliam Helntrelman. who left ie;e v.iih the lirst contingent for 'amp f.ee ov< r a ye-r F.'C.I Jamson, a : on of Dr. and Mrs. J A. Janil i.n. and Arthur fitter. a s in of V. S. 'itzer. end front Darrn'-I Linn, a ManIngton young man. all of whom are uppe ml to have sailed at the same lire. These young men an v ' ! : ml oilier local boyr, cfe members of he 3l4Ui l'" Id ArtUk ry. I Kit D rii i. menran Expeditionary Force. Earl IcYVborter. a son of J. C. Mc'.Mioricr. J t ruppor-cd to have landed with the t .imo crowd of hoys though no notifi- | iiiion to in?? rn?ci nas vei nc -n reel von here by hin relatives though it i krnwa ho sallci recently for '.vrcc. .ATESI' BEAUTY FAD; i WEAR CROSSED GUNS jfitv : "v&a 1 dfi - - ^ L' fc*(C^J /3TTTV \_J/ICC The letest beauty fad of the *var Is; ere. Miss B( itv Lee. a t Atlanta so I lely nirl, recently appeared r.t a mill jrv h. ll with beauty-spots of erns.ted tin.;. the Doutrhboy Insignia, on her heek and aid. 0?83ggg0t^0 <yO?TKK>GO&iiVVraS3a& Dancing Instruction. | ! Danrin* I^.sod* Daily at the ? ) Old Klka Hall. Trof C. William 5 ' White. ^iNTNGi N ^ Umbrella Parasols iii colored and fancy silk with prettv handles $5.00 Dainty I? in vr if[K ^JJk K | ni u VHH ? ^-^4 White Wa Assembled here awaitir ing dozens of dainty and fa fashioned of Gabardine, Piqi These Skirts are smart back and fancy pockets of \s ton trimming and with plai Summer Fui Fibre and Reed Rockers Tables, Flower Boxes, S Carts, Bird Cages. Floor I Gone are the days whe looking pieces of furnitui porch the first pretty Maj stored away in attic or eel tober day. Today the Fui must be graceful and be< weight and colorful and co fit companions for human the year. Every person who care? ual taste in selecting Sumn so here. ?Furniture SATU Woman's Club To, ,s Hold Special Meeting A railed meetins of the Woman'*! dub will be he'd 0:1 1' afternoon I (fat 3 o'clock at the V. C. A. audi- : torium In accordance with reactions j idoptcd by tho General Federation of tt'n non's club' at the convent; on held recently in Hot Sp/'n*ArU.. favoring a bor.ed ry law a- a war emerge nc;.' measure. A full attendance It desired and those who can not atteh'.l are requested to send their vote^bj proxy aa a full poll of the club is de?ired. The movement la an important 1 one and demands th? attention of every club woman. The resolutions are is follows: Resolve. That the General Fcder?;ion of Women's (Tuba In convention essemblcd. send the following tcie gram to the United Steles Senate in are of Hon Tl'os. \fnrshall. vice pres- \ ident, and to the House of Keprt-sen- ' tatlves, in care of the Hon. Champ lT3rk. speaker. - mo mui biennial convention oi , the General Kt'-deration o? Women's j flubs, assembl" at Mot Spring*. Arkansas. representing two and one balf million women of the I'nited Stat"-, earnestly r<r" t your honorable lyV. to hUNUvt'i] p.-<- national bone Irv law as a war meant re. "When both food and man power ire at Mieh a premium, we belit re lt| roily to Indulge in the waste ot one mil the dissipation of the other. t'V lite women ot the land, pledge our <ons, our money, our labor and all out ' ill. We beseech the ITntted Ftate? ingress to strike front our land the ?reatest drrpoiler of food and the t treatest wrecker of man power, and ' te It further "Resolved. That we urge every wo-1 nan's club In the United fcTAtes to to-operate In this drive aaggict alc.i tol and to rail o#e meeting between tow and July 4th for the purpose of I ireuringthe rignaturesof Its membtvn a tele-tram to the United States, lenate, in cart mi ffrj United States ||t / \ - . 1 1 * Wash Di iginal and Effe Styles Come in any day n Dress from the largf now on display. VOILE, TISSUE, in plain colors and all plaids and figures. stv'c??repl dreams o $6.75 Practical Dr Ready now?distincti plaited skirt* collar rique. sh Skirts by ig your critical inspection i ishionable white Wash Ski lie, Poplin, Bedford Cord, L ly and stylishly made, mai irious sizes and shapes. So n and fancy girdle. *2.00 to $10.00 miture Ready and Chairs. Settees, Jwings- Stands, Tea ..amps, etc. n crude and clumsy e imposed upon the r day, and later were / lar the first chill Oc- f niture fob the porch , coming and light of mfortable so as to be V beings every day of \ ; to exercise individler Furniture may do , 4th and 5th Floors. on k v cdipi JL (JiT JLa1 FAMILY SIZE SELF Regular $3.50 Value Made of heavy quality Alu before-the-war prico. No customer. nut >rt>. and to the House of Repre-1 ntativ^s. rcqueutlaj the Immediate s.-a-;e of a boar dry prohibition law a war measure." ? The Br A 11 TM ah rnor In < Until the coming of th< graph confined its owner Tiiat meant that each hi Artists. Th j Brunswick vemedie type phonograph plays a any needle required. Come in and hear your on the Brunswick. There C. A. Hi F. S. BASIs 119 Main Street ************* W | ' A y f iWnLy mm ^ 1 i> I Let Us Fifht the Kaiser U ETcr? man count*, every dotlar counts. Buy War Saving* 1 Stamp* Every Waak. ^ '^jmm ressses . 1 I I . ? etive I ow and select your Wash U ) and varied assortments GINGHAM, LAWN I j| the most desired checks, Many quaint and pretty f loveliness, to $18.00 ?Second i ioor. f fl Ginghams g v esses i ] ve styles with plain of II J and cuffs of Batiste or the Score H J s an assortment compriarts in every desired size, II 31 i nnn mi ii. nmb nly with gathers at the me with large pearl but?Second Floor. \B for Service i | j BASTING ROASTER (?Special at $2.39. milium and purchased at phone orders?one to a I ?Basement Miss Elizabeth Carpenter BUniiag; aged 85, of Attleboro, Mate., has been V teaching for 69 consecutive years and lie is still continuing this work. All these years she has taught only In j Attleboro. unswick 1 I lographs I I i Brunswick, each phono- I to one line of Records. ;>me was limited to certain I s this limitation. This final II records. You may uaa I favorite selections played 1 's a treat in store for you. ] use Co. 9 i II ETT, Mgr. Fairmont, West Virginia. 1 * ,, - ; ' ? '*44^j .