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| tfc* MftfMtonian Front
, is Reported.
(ftf jtawepepn Knterpriee Aee'n.)
EbMDON, 9mne 21 ? Developments
Mips that the all lea may be preparlif
tar n offensive la the Balkans.
ltaee th? Italo-Serbia* offensive of
Pcwber aad November, 1116, which resitted
ta the recapture of Monastlr by
fee Serbians, there has been little or
10 fighting on the Macedonian front.
at of late the official statementa
if the alMee, particularly the French,
lave been mentioning Increased ertllhry
and Infantry activity along the
Hver Varder and around Lake Do Iran,
ahfch lies on the Oraeco-Berblan bor^4
French have pushed the Bulger
tai nt of edvanced trench positions
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Where the allies are believed to b
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EAST SIDE I
NEWS
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Vacation Bibla School.
Th# Vacation Bible school which i
being conducted at the Palatine Bap
list church by Rev. Mr. Eddy, of Vermont,
Ir attended by a large number of
Ittle folks each day. The hours are
(rem nine till twelve and besides being
Mght Important lessons Irnni the Hi '
ttle the children are also taught raffia
work, knitting and other useful things.!
t_'v_ lf.U? I- l _ ? I l a I
I. -nr. r<uuy in hsmmhi uv m:sn ixima
Richards. Miss Olive Dur.ham and
many others who are willing to Rive
Mr. f.il.ty assistanre in this work. The
children are showing a deep interest
ind the work Is very comntcudable.
Birthday Party.
Mrs. J. C. Fletcher, of Satterfleld
. street, gave a surprise birthday party
' Wednesday evening in honor of her
daughter, Miss Pauline's fifteenth anniversary.
About thirty guests were
la attendance and a most enjoyable
evening was spent with music and other
amusements. Miss Fletcher was the
recipient of a number of very pretty
and useful presents. Refreshments
ware served by the hostess assisted by
her a'cce. Miss Lulu Fletcher, of Morgaatown,
who is their guest.
Husband In France.
Mrs. Mollis McKinney Mayles has
received word that her husband. Russell
Mayles, has arrived safely in
France. Mrs. Mayles resides in Satterfleld
street.
Central Red Cross.
There was a good attendance at the
meeting ot the Central Red Cross room
Thursday afternoon. The meeting will
he held on Friday afternoon next week
' ts Thursday is our National holiday.
Tha members are asked to remember
the change in the time of meeting.
- Gone to Virginia.
Mrs. Hood Satterfield has gone to
Fort Monroe, Virginia, to visit her husband
who la stationed there in the
Coast reserves.
Pertnals.
Ua aai II f?l TV ? _ J i
r-?? ?r. sua jw rs. nuiumer wooay nave
rata rued from Morgantown where they
witnessed the departuer of Mr*.
Wood7*s brother, Howard Dalton, with
the laat contingent of loldlers.
Albert Criss, Jr . son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Crtas, In State street, Is very
| 111 of typhoid fever.
Mrs. Norman, of Mannington, who
baa boss the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Lata Brown in Diamond street, returnF
<' ed home today.
Miss Pearl Monroe, of "Bowenlta,"
| Is attending the Christian Endeavor
saavention at Huntington. Miss Monro*
Is a delegate from the Central j
Christian ehnrch of this city.
Mrs. Elliott, of Shinnston, Is the,
(Met of her daughter, Mrs. Lute
Brawn, In Diamond street. She was
: - aeoompanled by her granddaughter.
Ittla Miss Esther B-?wn, who has been
thers for several weeks.
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For John Walter.
A-snrprlse party was given last
ironing at the home of Mrs. Geo. A.
Walter on Jamison street for their |
MB, John Walter, who Is horns from
an eastern school for ths summer
vacation. Games and music were
I (versions of ths evening and refreshments
were served. The guests Ineluded
Norman Nay. of Clarksburg,
the lev. Father Boutlou, Frank Penlargiast,
Karl and Wa Orottendlck,
& ' John J. Henley, John Talbott, Thorn.
Mjkttjjmes Bracken, E. Hoffman
Tkla renewed actMtriTbalterod to!
Hvift a now offensive against the ,
TOts and Bulgarians. The success:
Qf'the Italian rounter-olfenoire on the
mi* and the Imminent collapse ot
Atria's roMttary,poorer make this an
flMOTtune twta'to strike.
T^LMaeedonlan line Is now held by
a npiM arm? composed of Italians,
reeks. Serbians, French, British and
a fPw Montenegrins.
The Italians hold the western end in
Albania, the Serbians and Greeks the
'center argmpd Monastlr, and the
Ptwnfh and British ths eastern flank
north of Salonikt.
risix-?.S?? ttiBm ! ?n army mmnn??nt
mostly at Bulgarian*, although It also
include* some Turk*. Austrian* and
German*.
The aHi?* are bellered to hold the
preponderance of number*, and It I*
unlikely th*t a drive would require a
very heavy re-enforcement of the allied
line. An advance Into Serbia and
Bulgaria would probably force Germany
to send re-enforcements to the
Bulgarians, and It would cause great
rejoicing In Serbia, Albania, Mintene:
gro anu Greece.
General Foch has his eye on the
Macedonian situation, and It is only a
question of time when ho will launch
a blow for the deliverance of Serbia.
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HOIMS HAVE
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Summer Meetings Will Be
llcld at the Country
Club.
So successtui and enjoyable vat, the
meeting of the Fairmont Rotary club
held last evening at the Country club |
that It was decided to hold the weekly
meeting hereafter at the Country club
on each Thursday evening and to dls-:
penie with during July and August of;
the noun day lunch which had been
served at the Fairmont previous to
this time.
The most onjoyable feature of the
evening was the baseball game between
two opposing t?ams picked from
I among the club membership and headI
ed by I)rs. E. \V. Howard and H. H.
Carr. Mcmhers of the club both old :,
and young heavy and robust, sedate'
and dignified participated I tiic line;
up and swatted at will the ball. The ;
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OUTBURSTS OF !
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WHAT OlD YOU COM?
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IRDH OTHOAS TO BRCWTMC
tl? Tbv CARAT on TWCje
TUAKA?N C?CAA?rr
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Prepare Now f
PLEDGE I ;
Yourself Today to
Buy All the War Savings
Stamps Y<>u Pos
| sibly Can Buy.
Tkis "Kcep-Bisiiiest-I
MEN'S
SUITS SU1TS
5.98 1.48
For Men's tropl- Mada ot
ral suits In pood
: hades of dark r,0,h ,n ',,aln
prrv. Nearlv all n%or UPal
sizes worth $S.OO. .,'.ae *orth
ME^'S PANAMA
PANTS HATS
1.39 2.48
For Men's neat For Men's genlooting
cotton uine "Toyo" panworsted
pants, |n araa hats, newest
prey striped pat- shapes for inon
MM, well worth and young men.
$2.00. $4.00 values.
jr.ry
jmplre. I'rof. Otis O. Wilson, was tin -!'
tble to make a decision as to the win- ,
nig team and the players left the
ground undecided as to who really
was t!/ wlnne.k The swatting of the
tall, the base rurning and the decisions
of the umpire afforded ranch i
traureir'nt and the game will lonp he J
irmoaihercil enp'. tally by thane wha ,
participated and who are feeling the ,
eiTcets today in stiffened Joints anJ
limbs.
Two weeks fram ljst night will be
ob crved by the club as "Ladles 1
night"' and oa this occasion the mem- |
hers will take tin- ladles to tne meeting.
'
Walter D. Stookley a new member
of the Rotary wafc Introduced last
night as was il; a Henry Trlesler, of
Hngeratnwn, a visiting rotarian and
M. L. Brawn a .oeal visitor.
Matters pertaining to the much dir.
en sod marke' question were discussed
: lid will be acted upon at a later meet- ,
:r>g when the c'.ub promises to get be- {
hind the movement.
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Chautauqua Here
All of Next Week
The Chautauqua which will he held!
next week In this city will hold Ita!
so slon In a teut to bo erected at the1
corner of Third street and Fairmont
avenue. F. M. Whitney Is superintendent
of the Chautauqua. II. E. P.I
Kline will deliver the morning lee-'
tures anil Miss Myrtle Herman will be
In charge of the ehildrens work.
The ehildrens hour will be conduct-;
ad ich morning at 8:30 o'clock and
in the afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Lectures
will he given each morning at
ten o'clock In the afternoon and at
eight o'clock at night
Ton per cent w ar tax will be eoltec-'
ted on season t'rkets and the same
on percent on single admission tiekets.!
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Country TO CJQT
TKO PoR , PR<*SM AIR. .
ISINESS G
or the 4th?Ge
Regard)' fc# of prevailing rets
continues onward at this alw
ed earh contracts, buying at
A m ? 1 . - ?
m?re, .no., to toick us up?th<
Mens that save money for yoi
offers you the opportunity to
KO?ds and the prices are dow
if'pj" S<[e it i Titc
58c 39c
For Men'* blur For Men'e sumrhantbray
work mer shirt* or
ahtrts. 85c vat- drawer*. SO value*.
ues.
2.98 1.98
For M^n's .dross ; Fur Men'* dm*,
shoes button or I pants, blue *era
lace, $.:i.5o values. I etc. J3.00 value*.
I
Funeral Services
For Mrs.S. J, Reed
Funeral service* over the body of
Mrs. Sarah Jane Heed, vhjso death
occurred early yesterday morning,!
were held today at 1 o'clock from her
late residence on Alexander Place, conducted
by the Rev. J. C. Broomficld.
D. T).. of the M. P. frmpie. At three
o'clock the funeral party left for
Clark.-burg en route 'to Pennrboro,
where services will be held tomorrow i
and '.he body Interred. Members of
Mrs Heed's family residing out of the
city were here for the services and
also accompanied the body to Penns- j
l>oro.
EARL G. DRES3ACH D.EG.
News has been r< colved here of the
death of Earl G. Dreshach. formerly
of this city, which occured a f-ow weeks
ago at his home in Cleveland O. Mr. j
Dresbuch who was one of the leading
bnlwers in (he state at Ihe time of his I
residence here, conducted a bowling
alley and later took up hlB residence in i
Clarksburg
The Cash i
GROI
OPEN EV
Just A Few Items:
Hershey Milk and Aln
2 Doz. B<
1 Gal Glass Jar White
Honor Milk, Tall Cans
Every Dev. Tall Cans
No. 3 Can Tomatoes
Old Dutch Cleanser .
3 foi
Jello, All Flavors ...
Silver King Wash Bo
The^e are not special: just o
buy rs' many as you want.
The trouble with f'airmont shot
i>ay or have charged. Leek your hi
our prices as our goods are all mar
use the wagon or auto. It will pay
Gettings & McCormacI
Jas. L. Gettings.
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Distribut
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Q COUPONS Q
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Greatest Song I
S= The coloeaal talk, nmr Mart Ml
? more Ikaa a thousand of the ntlt
SS and new, lea been accomplished.
Slmr will fad hundreds of scn*s, a
appeal. BeautifaO? bound fat dun
SS PWCE 1X98 THAN ONE T
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t Ready With th
lit prices elsewhere, the yosd \
rays Underselling Si ere Fov
the right time time, with ou
?se unusual advantages we pa
i and keeps burner going ard
buy i he right goods at the rii
n. Don't miss this Bargain r
Ir"i?[et ftr Ttiifiy Ft
49c 59c
<ir Men'* a'hlet- Tor Lad'es* :ii rt ,
ir union suit*, all wcl*ts. white ?>; :
rizoa. value*. . ba' t valuea up
to |1 00
2.48 1.69
For Men's i.iout For I itiies'
shoe In black or J t-vvtr h..
tan. all sizes 'newest *lvlo? 1
$o.50 values. | value up to |o.00
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Household Furniture
For Sale
Family tnoing desires to dispose
of certain article* of household
furniture. Among the article*
are:
3 Gas Heaters, 1 Gas Range.
Nlnety-pound Capacity Refrigerator.
White Enamel Iron Bed and
Springs.
Princess Bureau, Small Stand.
Kitchen Chairs and Rockers.
Ladies' Small Writing Desk.
Two Sectional Hand Made
Wardrobes.
54-inch Roll Top Oesk.
Velour Covered Couch.
Six-Piece Veronica Covered
Parlor Suite.
Lawn 8wing and Law" Mower.
Wheeler A Wilson 8ewing Maelv
ine.
Dining Room Table and Chairs
Wall Coat and Hat Rack.
612 BENONI AVE.
and Carry
CERY
ENINGS
nond Chocolate .... $ >05
>x $1.15.
House Vinegar .... .65
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ked in plain figures. Let the boys
k, 406 Fairmont Ave.
721 Locust Ave.
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