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Mm. Gorge 0. Bit ter, of
| \x Piedmont Heads SynodigjMd
IftMionary Society
? Altar electing otflcare to eerve the '
canting T?*r and choonlng a place of
Mating for the year 1>19, the fifth ,
aMpial convention at tVo. Women bj
(M.MhI inrse ua>
church ?u brought to sue-i
enpnl clot* this morning when a
Mm Msmi session was held.
Ths fSUowing officers were named
at the afternoon sesiioe .held .yesterilf:
Mrs. Ooorge 0. Ritter, ot Pled
out, president; Miss Sophia HofTmafeter,
Wheeling, first Vice president;
Mrs. Ernest Townsend. Oakland.
Md* second vice president; Mrs. J. B
Mmery. Bittinger, Md, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. C. A. Wilson, Fair
gMBt. recordin gsecretary; Miss Kate
' Hail, Wheeling, historian, and Mrs. Oae*
C. Wilt. Clarksburg.' treasurer. The
convention will meet next'year at Eg
ton, W. Va.
lite feature of the evening session ' I
Of yesterday was an address by Miss I
Cert rude Rupp. a returned missionary < I
ftwr Africa. Misj Rupp told in an in- I
westing manner of her work in Africa I
Md Its result*. A missionary page- I
tut. Thrift In Americs," was also ml
. interesting feature o* this session.
The following delegates attended the j I
fMVMtlou: Miss Sophie Ho'fraeister, | I
Wheeling; Mrs. Ernest Townsend. 9
Oakland. Md ; Miss Kate Hall. Wheel 'I
Ing; Mrs. O. C. Dean, Wheeling: Mr; . ,1
H Beulke, Wheeling; Mrs. J. B. Em- I
ery, Bittinger. Mil ; Mo !; ( M .?-r. 11
Wheeling; Mrs. F. C. Diebl, Accident. I
Mr.; Mrs. Earl Knabe, Wheeling; Mrs I
John Orcen. Wheeling; Mrs. Marion I
JBatehel. Oakland, Md.; Miss Norma I
Oantz, Fairmont; Mrs. Oscar C. Wilt,' I
Clarksburg; Mrs. J. L. Marvin. Blttfn-1 I
ger; Mae. E. C. Rupp, Clarksburg; 'I
Mra. Ernest Nolte, Wheeling; Mrs. | B
Lena Ottto, Wltceling; Mrs. Fioyd Ar-1 I
It. Oakland. Md.; Mrs. C. H. Bloom, j I
Cf Fairmont; Mrs. C. A. Pllson, of Fair- I
ont; Miss Mildred Truog, Fairmont; I
Miss Dora E. Grabc, Woodlawn; Miss fl
^ u IM ir-.. i*?;i I
Ij.ueiuuue?nupp. am n.i,
tClnaler Grafton; Mrs. D. F. Schnievc-;
ley. Grafton; Mrs. Earl Fawroit, Graf- i
Km; Mica Carrie Wehn, Grafton; Miss 1
Holon Crlekenbergor, Grafton, and
Mra. John L. Wagner, of Chilllcotht.
Announcement was made toddy by
heriff A M. Glover that after July : I
1 he will arreat every auto driver v. ho
talla to display an 191S llcenso tag on
hi* machine. Offenders will be obliged
to pay fines for viola,ions. For some
time people have been driving cars on
the street with a home ntado sign '
tacked on "license applied for." This ,
Will not go after July 1.
Today Prosecuting Attorney Haggorty
said: "Persons who have no 1118
tag* (or their old machines might as
well keep them locked up until they
Met them. They hare had plenty of
I Urn to secure them already."
Wantar! f.n TTo?.
Way to Hardy County
William B. Luiiwig. an aged man, appeared
at the city hall this morning
sad asked for help. He had boon pass- j
lac through Fairmont en route to bis!
bona In Hardy county and hr.d run
out of funds. He told his story to I
Mayor Bowen and ashed to be provid-; ]
id with work. Although he looked very :
leeble ho Insisted that he would like J
la hare aome gardens to hoe. Without
Mktag him to do any manual labor
i Mayor Bowen provided him with three ;
lollars. a aufflcient amount to pay his >
; ? tall road fare to his destination.
r Mrs. Cora Huffman
I Dies Very Suddenly
Tho body of Mrs. Cora Huffman, wife! I
Of Lea Hoffman, a well known fruit 11
Cra a at of near Glenn Falls, was taken I
through tha city at one o'clock today I
ao rout# to Farmington where It was I
Interred following services at the I
Vint M. E. church. Mrs. Huffman's
^ ath occurred very suddenly She I
was found dead by members of her| I
huMy after hav|pg performed the I
f * hocsehold tasks a few hours previous j I
Surviving her are her husband and I
daughter, Miss Ethel Huffman, and I
.. two acne, Clifford and Burleen. all at I I
"" >? nawnt. nnil ?UV'nrnl *i.;lrl
mi brothers, namely. Mrs. T. 8. RyMr,0(
Mannlngton: Mrs. C. O. Rymer,
C Of Manning ton; Mrs. ("has. Morgan
an* Mrs. C. R. Reese, of rarmlngton;
[" Charles E. and Wllllara Mercer, or
5 Manatngton.
'Spirit of Revolt in
H k the Austrian Army
(By Associated Press)
PARIS. Jnue 28.?'Ther? have been |
IWbolllous outbreaks among the gcrrl
sou of the cities of Gyor and Pets,;
$ , Mastery, aa a result of which two thousand
of ths military involved in the
aatlay have been condemned to death.:
fssrilng to reports received by the
IT Matin today.
Both Ausaria and Hungary are ef
fc., fected by the revolutionary movement |
' which la cald to be ia progress 011 a
T Bit* seals In Austria, the newspaper
sftkai declare. The spirit of revolt
' W MM to ho strongly pervasive in the j
. tfssy. Violent demonstrations are re|
sorted ts have occurred la numerous |
p??? Aw yw UMiwiMi
Women's SiHc 7#^
? Stoves, Pair OC
Two clasp white, hlark. grey, tan.
and Chi 'mpagne silk gloToa, double
.1 I InrtAil thnrnk on A fl n OAWa enn.
ill|/|'r7ii ' iivj.ii/ ' w? 1
strut.cd from fine grade of glove I
tttk. I?M itpwiw and far more I
dressy than cotton gfove*.
Buy !t New
Don't ho a business slacker.
Patriotism, preparedness, Intelligent
economy and consideration
for your own personal Interest
maker, it more then desirable that
you do your clothing buying now.
The country is prosperous and will
continue so. Clothes must be worn
even though vre are at war, and
since prices are bound to go up
and not down, the only correct
econorpy is to buy good clothes
and NOW, r.r.d be sure you secure
the biggest values obtainable for
every dolli.r you spend,
| |15 to $18 Wool ?j250
jjj Men, such an out of the ordinary
ofTcr coming right nt this time,
when cost of woolens are soaring
so I igli, sine sounds like advertising
talk, doesn't It? Rut, folks,
the above head line tells briefly
just what you may expect to see at
>12.50. They are all staple styles,
two and three button rack conts,
good for any occasion the year
In mannhh mixed grey, blue,
and black pencil stripes, light
stripe arid dark colors. The mate
n ii.u.-i win ma-.ii comparison wun
K suits elsewhere at HO.00 and
8 $12.50. Tv o piece coat and pants,
patch pockets. Sizes 34 to 46.
!S To $2.50 Boys' *4 t A
| Wash Suits ^l?vU
| Nearly 300 fresh, spic and span
{ new wash suits In a highly Important
sale, providing an unsurpassed
oportunity to purchase a generous
supply for summer and vacation
J needs at considerably less than our
t* usual lowest-in-thc-clty prices.
' Martcrlals are ralatca. rep,
* ftriped madras, crcpe, dtiek, pop|
lin, blabcr stripe and others. Sizes
| 2?s to S.
Madison St. Wears 1
the Same Old Look
1ao4im> ... f-nm tho !
?vt at> mini r?ii* i, u\ii i i|S up iiuiu iuc .
Baltimore and Ohio railroad station, e
is the only street in this city which si
looks familiar to Jar 11 Jones, of Mont- a
ros -, Co!., who ha:: I .^en visiting My. R
and Mrs. H. W. Jc f -a, of Jefferson w
street, after an abst |;e from Fairmont w
of thirty-four years. tl
Jones was born in Monongalia coun- B
tv and spent quite a hit of his early life ci
in this section. He has one brother, d
Emery Jor.es, now residing in Monon- ] tj
Bra 1 ia county, a cousin, Anna Jones, of1 tl
RIchwood, both of whom he will visit
before returning to the west.
? . (
Wreck Victims Are
Recovering Nicely i
W. C. Warren, Walter Barbe and C
Brooks Moris, the three men who were si
Injured in the freight wreck laat Mon- tr
day are at the Fairmont hospital get- it
ting along nicely. There is now every b
reason to believe that Warren, the n
most seriously injured of the three 0
will rec over. b
The coroner s Jury appointed by c
Coroner Frank A. Lloyd will not meet n
until after the wreck victims have recovered
sufficiently to be present ami
tell of the ac' ic.ent.
n? i n i a.
misn senaing uut |"
The Questionnaires J
Thirty-four questionnaire* were sent T
out by the total draft board today to V
mm who registered on June 5. The ti
'cunty draft board sent out Dixiy-elght g
(lupstloiinairea today. The question- a:
h iires rent out today complete* the e<
tiet. and In seven d<;ye from today, July I.5,
they must be property filled out and b
returned to the local draft board. At* w
ready many ot the young man bar a ra- t<
turned their questionnaires ?
For Saturday. before th<
wHl cMDtn'emorate the areat
manner'bv overtax rou folk
county?hundreds of under]
practically every need for tl
mer. Just when practical ecor
The Item# leteid below i
ample* of rare valuc-jrtvinr
Saturday folks you could nol
I Men's Panama #9 07
Hats *4.01
Genuiro Panama Hats, well
bleached, good staple and novelty
shapes, real $4.00 values, yonr
choice tomorrow for 12.87. Finest
grade Pannmas, 16.00; seller's
choice tomorow, ?4.50,
Up to $2.50 Men's Sailor
Hats, Choice Saturday
One grand asemblatre of men'*
smart sailor straws, including values
to $2.50, in the popular shapes
?straws that arc desirable. Choice
Saturday, 50c.
Boys' Cloth and Washable
Summer E||A
Hats vUC
Chree Are Cauerht |]
Early Morning Raid 1
City Officers Seaman. Fleming. Dig-1
tan end Ford made a raid on a Water ,]
trect residence early tills morning and j
rrested Bess Merrific'd and James
oss, the tatter an Italian, charged "
,!*U t?l*M!MA O TV??v* rvlf , ^l,n?rA.i C
ILK ll'lin III e*??U I will VU.I, V1IUI i)VU , v.
lth being drunk r.nd disorderly. The i a
iree were brought before Mayor | g,
owou at the morning session of police i
aurt The city lacking necessary e*l- j1
ence they v.cre paced baeit in jail anu f
11! come before Mhyor Bowaa ?gal" u
lis cvonlng at S o'clock. a
)wings Mine Man 1
Is Fatally Squeezed"
Tony Tldkovlch. aged 23. a foreigner
m ployed In the Owing* mines of the
onsc'.idatlon Coal company, died
horfly after being admitted to Fairiont
hospital this morning from Injur-!
>s he sustained when he was squeexed
stweea the car and the rib of the
tine. He was admitted at 11:30
'clock and died at about one. The
ody was prepared for burial at the
unnlngham undertaking establishlent
The marriage of Mist !"!:renc6 Z*rer,
< f Lincoln Township. Penniylvala.
to Archie T. Vaughan. of this city,
iok placo at Cumberland, Maryland.;
une I. Mr Vaughan was a very well |
nown young man of this city and was |
mploycd with the traveling crew of |
be Ft. Mining Machinery Co He leftj
L'ndnocilou with I ha lirafiA/i hrtva as.
nlnert lor Camp Lee. A dinner was
iven at the home of his parents, Mr.
nd Mrs. C. H. Vaughan, Tuesda>
renins, honoring two occasions, it beig
his farewell dinner and his bride's
irth;!a>. A very delightful erenlsg
as spent Mrs. Vaughns will return
? her hqme in Pennsylvania some
it Eulogized?Lewt Critic**
V.VT * >
e of Rem<
? Fourth. this store, your store,
national holiday in a practical
: ?the buying public of Marion
price offerings, which includes
ie glorious Fourth and the sumlomy
is the order of the day.
we only a few of the many exat
this great economy center,
t wish for a more timely and betI
A Timelv Sale ol
At Substant
Our Shoe Department is setting th
mer Shoes. Thousands of pairs of
shoe stock in the city?at Harrison's
Canvas Oxfords for Men
$1.50 to $3
Men's Palm Beach, gray and
white canvas oxfords in sizes 6 to
11. Either rubber or leather soles
and heels. Sensible as well as
dressy lasts. Rare value* indeed.
Up to $5.00 Men's Shoes
and Oxfords M 07
Choice Saturday I
Broken lota of high grade shoes
and oxfords in black and tan leathers.
lace and button. Good comfortable
and dressy styles. Sizes 5
to 11 In the lot
Boys' $3.50 Oxfords,
Choice Saturday $1.98
Hieh grade black and tan leather
oxfords for boys In sixes 2 to
leather sandals.
sizes 6 fl%2, 80c pair.
I |" STOSf fO
Believe Enciarmo \h
Will Get Over Wounds'
Officials of Fairmont hospital today
leclared that they* believed Jlmmle 1
Incinrmo, the Italian who was discm- pot
lovre'ed in the Rivcrdale mines of the 01
oncoildatlou Coal company a few days I b'.
go would live. Despite the fact that dc
ifs injuries war eof a very serious na- ?r
uer the operation performed was sue- P'
essfitl and th#faet coupled with un- tl!
sua! grit displayed by the man who 01
II nlnr.ff hna Hnrlarod he will ret Well. ft
t is believed, will pull him through _
s the crisis is believed to have been ~
f \
I J c<
enjtymyS^ain since ?
Resinol f
cleared my skin ?\
When my complexion was rod, roaffc 1 u|
and pimply, 1 ?u ao aikamtd thai 1 1 gi
never had any hut. I imagined that di
people avoided me-parbapa they Ml t,i
But the regular cm of Raeinol Soap? IM
with a little Reatool Ointmrttf jaat at "c
iSmiiFtJii&Su"- i?
[ESS. $
urkable V;
ter monevsavln;? opportunity than thin,
firing line saving opportunity than this
offering fine "bttmpelr crops" of real bargi
than make it worth your while to be one <
These prtre-ronsessinns we now pass on
ot savings which wtll be diflcult to dupli
The wise man ci woman who buys nonfolks
"I told you so" later, as present
guaranteed after present stocks are exhi
f Wanted Shoes
ial Savings
e value-giving pace in stylish sumshoes
to eho?M from- tho largest
famous low prices. I
Women's Fine #4 AO
Canvas Boots
As pictured
below, these rS*!// J
ultra-fashion- ^
able white and ! '/<
grly canvas II; M \
boots come in 1\j tui
high and low ? J thi
heels, leather ywF jf\ ne1
oles and heels riv
and come in
sixes 2Vi to 8.
Women's White Canvas 'leJ
Pupips ' els
$1.50 to $2.20 I
Constructed ^ gii
from w h 14 e y^Bi etc
canvas and >^flKr thi
poplin, either evi
leather or neolln
solec, high
or low leather
heels. Sixes /ij en
Jttto8. V fa *?
Up to $4.00 Women's
Shoes and Slippers | AO ^
Choice Saturday .. J1?" wc
An accummulation of broken
lots of high grade solid leather
shoes, slippers and pumps, mostly
black. Some tan shoes in the lot.
Sixes 2Va to 8.
Children's white canvas lace
boots, $1.50 a pair. to
rthep^^ I
*yCORNEft^ l an
lay Be No Vote | Al
on Suffrage Soon\ZZ
?By Associated Press) | There
VASHINGTON, June 28? Indefiniteirrzr.
itponement of a vote in the Senate
I the Woman's tuffrage resolution I > J
ocked yesterday was virtually deci- |L^j
;d on today oy Senate Suffrage lead- w
a. They were ready to abandon the
an to force a vote next week and rata
ought they would withhold action ' } a
itll after the propoeed recesa of Con- in'cn
w?a. * youi
" Sam
" ' ' " Box
Juice of Lemons! 1
How to Make Skin ?White
and Beautiful ~
_.?..??? E
>ld cream on* can prepare a full quar- V
r pint of th* moat wondarful lemon ^
[In aottener and complexion beauttir,
by aqueealng the juice ot two freah
mona into a bottle containing three
incea ot nrchard white. Care should
i taken to atrain the Juice through
fin* cloth so no lemon pulp gets in.
en thla lotion will keep fresh for V.
onthi. Erery woman knows that lent- *
i Jnlce la used to bleach and remote
ich blemishes as aallownesa. freckles
id tat#and Is the Ideal skin softener, _
aoothener and beautifler. '
Just try It! Get three ounces of ~j
chard white at any pharmacy and
ro lemons from the grocer and make th.,
> > mmhw ntnt of this sweetly fra-1 _
at lemon lotion and maasagt It j
illy into the face, neck, anna and for
tnda. It naturally should help to ttn)
iften. freshen, bleach and brine out the
a rosea and beauty ot any skin. It the
wmdorfM to smoothen rough. rod J
y T
dues ~:
Our stocks are of- ?1
Our stock* ?fe 3j
tins that will mere
imnr.fr us Saturrfj .
to you in the fiSm ,je
rate in the future. lev
can tell his or'fier lo]
prices will not be sij
Fully Worthy of 1
\t $12.50
The outstanding fcare
of thin event is tz;
it they are brand
w frocks rec>ntly ared
and just what
u will want for pres- ~J\
t day summer wear, / ynf
afternoon sport and
eet wear. They are Yj "fTTf
Ilghtfully pretty, atyl I /'hi
i and prartleal mod- ^ ll I'l
i. They come in taf- " Jj if
a silks, satins, crepe ' I >JU
chines, tafleU and '' ^ I ||
jrgette combinations I I I
lghams, voiles, nets,
Becoming dresses \ I
it will suit almost \ U
pry mood and whim. /VfT
a were favored with / U I
s e x t r a o r d Inary \l\1i
oup of dresses hy the 1
emost manufartur- I I
I of New York, and Vj
i ?ay to you?"Bo *
re Saturday."
Your Bftthmtr Outfit?A
The suit comes first?and whal
ey give you a glimpse of the nay <
the seashore this season. Th?
>ol jersay end attractively otfse
lors. The prices range from $1.
Jaunty Bathing
In red, blue, green, purple, gold,
Bathing Slippt
In bltie, black and green stripe
7, at 60c per pair.
Simple Frocks for Lit
At 75c
They are made of gingham, pen
etty styles. Each Is finished wltl
Girls' Druses, t
Made of gingham, chambray, r
?pe de chine, in pretty, fresh cole
d cuffs, belts and fancy pockets.
IULF POUT. Jun 28 ?Private ad
have been received here to the
that the 'British steamship Atm
trail >% ion t Afnoilnoil and sunk
u nau ucvu iv/i in'uuvw ?uu
! were no casualties the reports;
Sv ^Tr I J D.l
e honestly believe CRANO- I
;E will cure any caie of Ecs- |
or other skin disease. Come I
nd let us tell you about It. 1
one Jar of Cranoloue Ointt;
if dissatisfied with results
' money will be refunded. In
26c, $1 and $2.60
pies free.. Address Cranolene,
I. Olerd Kansas.
Fairmont Pharmacy
Fairmont, W. Va.
ou Can't Pub It a
iaiaeata Wii Never Care,
r jvl are aflicter with itheuajai,
why ,/asto time. with liniments,
am and other 'oca applications
t never di'' con- Rheumatism, mi.
er will!
io set try tc rub the pair, away,
you wil' neve succeed. Try the
uble plat. ?J hndinvth eausr ti
pain, and go after that Beaaeve
causa and there can be ac pain
eeyfll never be rU eC
s s f >
I !JI * J?
25 to $1.50 Pink #1
Ik Camisoles t *
Washable pink until and o?H i
chine camisole*, open front ety
i. lace trimmed and hemstitched
), lace and ribbon shoulder stripe
tea 38 o 44.
and Street
lie Term "Sale"
>le Values
| to 19.50
ill Ready and Waltinf.J^
t stunning little nuita we hare!
colors ?H jaunty stylos to be MM
;.are made of wool mixed sad all
t with trimmings of contraatlas
50 to 16.98.
faiu nrnl Uata
v?]/o aiMi naii
etc. Prices are Sic, Ida and 7 fa. I
?rs and Shoes I vj
and combination colon. 81 tea f 1
tic Girls, 2 to 6 yean,
to $1.25
alo and niadru, In practical, |?| I
1 dainty collar and cuffa.
o 14 Years, $1.50. I
uadrss, lawn and light Maura
and flnlahod with d slaty aoilan a
says but no data or placa of the die
aster are given. The ship was lades
with munitions.
Recovered Strength After Sitknass.
Garrett. Texas.'?"The measles iefl
my little boy aged nine years Ri a vary
weak, run down condition?ha coaghad
a good deal, and a* medlclaaa did aol
r.eem to help him, wt finally took to
cut of scbool; thought b* woim wn
be strong again. On* day I ml about
the cod liver and Iron tonlo known ai
Vtr.ol, and such a change aa it hai
made In my little boy?It stoptfbd hli
rough, he Is now back to school, strong
and well."?Mrs. E. A. Wright, i
There Is nothing like Vtnol to /
store strength, appetite and vim tc
pale, sickly children. Wa fenpgly
recommend Vlnol for thin purpose. .
Crane's drag store, Fairmont; Pro '1
scrlption Pharmacy, Mseslagtaa. ,asgl
druggists everywhere.
ism '* in tht Blood
' turn antil jm dWH MrlHH
tlM |MN that CNN the dH
S. 8. S. kaa MwWat
Barilutitha dBMiStil^^^^B
theumatiem. ana Mr
of th* dUaaua frcai thai IhmB
Gc* Mtt* ? t.
Idal m4Vh^M^ nr3H

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