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I BASE Mir PUUT WATSO! fnil Be Third Visit of Dowr River Players to This County. For the third time the Star CiJ I Waebail Warn will invade Marin county m Sunday of this week In a effort la take back a victory. Twicl thia aeaaon Star City hat. come t " Wa_va Knnw irswiivn (win miu u??c s#vs v.vv by the Consolidation Coal fompan Nest Sunday the o?m is coins t try ita luck or. the Watson diamon and the fast Watson b rball tear will be the oppoains team Watson baa teen playing some goo baseball here of late and a fine gam la expected. The came is schedule - for 1:00 p. m. Baseball at a Glance. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Results Yesterday. Pittsburgh 2; Brooklyn. 1. St. Loots. 10; New York. 2. Boston. 4; Cincinnati. 0. Chicago. 8; Philadelphia. 4 Standing of the Clubs. W. !? Pc Chicsgo 87 2* .?? Now York 52 32 .81 Pittsburgh 45 20 .5.' Philadelphia 30 44 41 Cincinnati 37 45 .4! Boston 38 40 .4? Brooklyn 34 48 41 8L Louts 38 52 ,4( AMERICAN LEAGUE. No gsmes scheduled, k Results Veste-ciay. | W. L. Pc Boston 53 34 .81 Cleveland 40 42 .31 Washington 47 41 .51 ' \ New York 48 40 .5: It Louis 40 48 .41 Chicago 39 47 .4' Philadelphia 38 49 .41 Detroit 28 50 41 antes Scheduled Today. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. riaeiaaatl at Rnatnn 101 Chicago at Philadelphia <2 St. Lou a at New York <2i. AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington at St. Louix. Philadelphia at Detroit. New York at Cleveland. Boaton at Chicago. . ?? ? j. EAST SIDE I NEWS Ninety-seventh Birthday. Unele Eb Moran will celebrate It nitty-seventh birthday next Saturdt At hit home la Wlnffeld district net Mt. Zlon. For several years it h: beta the custom for his childre grandchildren, great arandrhildn tad friends for mnnv miles around I gather at hla home and celebrate it anniversary. A good program Is b lag arranged for next Saturday an aaale will be furnished by the Mo gan choir. Everybody Is invited i bring their basket and Join in tl celebration of tbia venerable old mar . birthday. i Marahmallow Toast. Misses Gokltc Rnhev and Gertruil Criai will entertain a number of the Meads this evening at a marshntallo toaat. The young folks will go In ai tetaobiles to Pleasant Valley whei the event will take place. A pleasai evening Is anticipated. t' Do Red Cross Sewing. Tie World Wide Guild of the Pa Use Bagtl?l church *111 go to tl Central Red Cross room Friday evn 1st to mw. Alt the members are take to be pre*a>t. Here frem Mt. Morris. Mrs. J. C. Lemlev. of Mt Morri was the tueat of Mrs. Charles Ha la Pittsburgh avenue Tuesday. Mr Lomley was en route from St. Mart where ahe was called b ythe death o her brother. In Indiana. Mrs. R. D. Kelley and son. .Tame of Bast Park avenue, are rlHitln trieada and relatives at several point IB Indtyn. PERSONALS. Miss Edith George, of Phlllppl. I the guest of Mra. E M Cox in Me: ehaat street. Mr. and Mra J. L. Carpenter, c Diamond street, are spending a fr< days with their daughter, Mra. Willis Irons, ^1 Colfax - Mian <Ora Rigg*. vrho has been th gaest of Dr. and Mrs. William Boyer and family In Merchant atreet, ri taped to her home at Petersburg tc day. Mrs. J. M Summers, of Bute street has been quite sick the last few dayt Her daughter, Miss Lucy Summer) ' atfll remains vary III. DD1DA1D*C DITV B? wonvAu o nunMr. and Mr*. Weld* Rice. of ('lark* burg. wera recent visitors at 8. R Mm. Maggie Smith spent a few day t laat week with friends at Bel lew Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker, entertain ad a few friends Friday evening it honor of the Utter s brother. Gny Mot rU. of Hagaus Refreshments wer aarvod and a good time was reporte. by all present. Mr. Morris left to Camp Meade. Md., Sunday Mr. and Mrs French Williams am Mlaa Oakel Williams were moiorlni IS points la Faoasylvania Thursday. Mr. agd Mrs. Dartd ingles havo beet ItlHag the tenner's parents and oth or relatives at points In Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coogle. Mr an' Mia. J! Wtlsoa and Mr. aud Mrs It t >> BALL I John Williams si landed the dedication n it Moorsviile Sunday last. s Lillie and Emma Rice. Oakel Wil- t liams. Ed Fetter, OUIe Williams. l,o.i h . nie Shoemaker and Mrs. Other Hood d were trccnt visitors at J. C. Rice's. a Mr. and Mrs. John Arnett, of Fair- .' t i ruont. spent Sunday with the latter'* j ' parents' Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Neely. i Mr. and Mrs Roy Knight, of llawlt inberry were Sunday visitors at Jim I Wilson's. Rachel Kouchser. of Clarksburg, Is ! j, spending a lew days with relative* ' here. Mr and Mrs Hawkins, of Fairmont.' were visitors at R. A. Neely's. i n t? It* snfi.Hnii Oh.A.w ..ilk ^ ' d rvc-i ??*i nprin ouiiiiav wiiii his brother, John, of Dear Baxter. ! I Smith Devault, of Fairmont, la spending the week end with hia grandfatber. H. D Smith. I , ! Several from this vicinity attended [ the all day meeting at Royal Chapel! ' j Sunday. 1 0 | Several of the people from the vicir.. j i ity spent Monday evening at W. W n i Smith's to apend the evening with I Russell Smith and Davie Hoult. wh 1 j I leave for ('amy Meade Wednesday i ( All reported a good time and refre*> ' ments were served to the following ; Mr and Mra Carnie Brock. Mr. and | Mra. Roy Baker. Mr and Mrs Solo ; mon Shuman. Mr. and Mrs. Charle Smith. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Jesse Rice. Mi and Mrs. Clyde Neely. Mr. and Mrs. (French Williams, Mrs Belle Smith.; Xora Baker and Ada Kennedy and; Misses Sylvia Brookover, Lelah I Straight. Flossie Smith. Tlielm;: ; Smith, Audra Keener, Oakel Williams, I I f'earl, Mamie. Ai na and Letha Shu-1 man. Dollie and Mantle Musgrave, La-1 vlna Baker, Elsie Rice. Margie Hood.: ' Grace Smith. Emma Rice. Ocia Hoult. ;?l Dee Rice, Nellt Hoult. Mr and Mr Minor Fisher. Davie and Arthur Hani' li ' Kasta and Joseph Straight, Virgil an II Cecil Ley man. Hoy Grouser, Max Sal terfield. Harold Clayton. Abner Te era. Joe Arnett, Lawrence Sattertieh! Asa Smith and Lute Smith. Miss Audra Keener, of Rivesvillr viaited Thelma Smith over Sunday. s!___bb=^__==3_ i ;? | Evening Chat M A small boy yesterday said to me, lit j "Please, lady, buy a paper. I have to | pay for all I don't sell now." He look ed al me as though I might buy them all . He wasn't more than eight and -eemed to be new at selling. But it won't take htm long to find a place among (he small arniv of newsies in the city. They're an Interesting lot j aid just like the rest of us only on a smaller scale. You ran see them work i with energy or with indifference, with enthusiasm or with a 1 sell'em-only-1 l>ecause-I-have-to mnnner. Some art' ragged and dirty, others neat and all! there. One is a cripple, a number 11 seem unrarcd for as lar as folks are1 concerned and two I know are so full of vim and Independence that by the time they reach the age of grown up ness. tbey are going to be howling sue ;. cesses in life! II know well several different type* of men. One cares nothing about j | "things" in life such as clothes, hooks, > ,'r houses, travel, etc. He is content with ,, whatever turn up and lifts not a fin n iter to change his environment or be ,n longings. The probabilities are he will lo! (tie with no more than he has now for is how ran he ever have any more when e lie doesn't want It or work for It. Anii| o'her man that I know wanted every-1 r- 'hlng and went after it. He was a to &reat bluffer. He always spent more it- than he had and always wore clothes: i- lie had a hard time paying for. He; dressed Just as well as the man who had a salary three times as big as he did but the more he put on and the; ic L days pleasant in the home, i. outlay?There is no better ket than we offer. Come i we will gladly give you a < Fairmont Electr * Next D?or Princess Thi 3 F b, fofeocus'^BTolu fATUEB. Utfit'J AnD H iS FftoJ AtoTUEH Dl^r UMtBEtN H1!1) / LOCKING- /I V itrrers II i!> ,! UIM W. PoQTUe ! MUfM IA1 MOftWNtS II -TJ?~ ' -&>== 1 TRACK ?^^? aore he tried to hare, the less be eemed to set. This man had the en bus las m but he larked Judgment and is ability ran to bluff instead ot ieed? He was worse off than the first nan because he couldn't he taught how o get what he wanted. He knew! , iut he didn't get it. But when you gather all points to-; ;ether you csn't be conrinred that if | on hare an ideal in life and follow it lard, you're bound to get there; it | ou hare qualities which make for] uccess . There Ilea the secret. You n't be lazy and you can't be a bluffir . Yon can't work aimlessly or with ack of judgment. You've got to know he rule* and you've not to haTe an nsirht into the character of thoae you : vork with so the thing* you can't doi rourselt will be done by those you I lire. Often a man loses ground be- J use he trusts others to do the things te should have done himself. Often le rushes after something with no! lefinite rules and invariably he loses, tou can't get anything without workng and without thinking. I know an>ther man who failed in everything he indertook. He left his home way back n Ohio with only one snit and that nade by hit mother? rlxty years ago. -Iis brother went with him with no nore. Today the brother is worth a nillion dollars and the other boy?, iow too old to ever go back?is roam j ng aimlessly about, trying first this hing and that, just as he always did rom the start. This man who sue eeded and the man who did not, sat .Ide by aide owe at a dinner. It wasn't hard to tell which one was a uccess. The one told tales that were lull and uninteresting and couldn't see he point to any of the brainy sayings j vhich were going the rounds He. ?ould say, "What's that? Tell that! iver again. I didn't understand." He j trouped blindly all his life for the hings that other man did and said | ind mi?sed them every time When | te went out to see a man on business,, te forgot about It and told rambling ales of his boyhood instead. He liked o roam. He followed theelties where te could see the sights. He tried all i he churches for dips into all beliefs, j le patronized cheap places because' le liked them He wasn't at horn*1 vhere his brother stayed. Twice he rot into a good business and stayed ibout six month*. He didn't like be ng tied down ao he wandered out igaln. He carried a life incuranee all j lis life and let it lapse when he was ifty five. Aimless, drifting, still tell-J ng tales of his youth, he works from :ity to city now sellinng books. Perinps he is happy, I don't know. The Juniors of Christ Episcopal. hurrh had a fine picnic ve terday at I'eacock Farm, the home of Howard Showalter. at the end of Locust are j lue. Peacock Farm is trery pretty I tow and offers fine ground for young | oiks. The children had a most en ioyahle time with dinner on the lawn I ind plenty of cold milk and butternilk. A high swing proved one of the ittractions and many games were ilaved under the big trees and in the ool breezes. I A good many of those potato bins alked about at the beginning of the, summer have rather fallen down in ' expectations. Potatoes all over this >art of the country were harmed more j >r less by a blight and the box pota oes, planted in a huge bin with slats or sides, were also affected. The po ' ato plant grew tall and green hut just ay down and died one day. In the crave beneath a few round marbles vere discovered. Rev Mr. Stoetzer said a funny thing Sunday In thanking his congregation or the tablet which the Presbyterian 1 zrzn fiv u vvu eeze inYour j m Home ike the Warm store or office at a small electric fan on the marn and let's talk it overdemonstration. ic Service Co. tatre, Jefferson Street. |: RECKLFS AND HIS FRIB U UICE- I HT WOND r a LtrrtD, ) ut? a te^iyk - . - -.. - > ^ FAIR MONT\T 1 it1 RSDA T, 1 I " ^ I II * - - . x Boxn Legion placed upon the wall In the I entrance of the new church In memory of his good work aud loving ser vice . The tablet, according to Mrs. J Walter Barnes, who made a speech about it, was not given because they felt Rev Stoetxer's services were to be brought to an untimely end through dovh. though she admitted that nearly every new church was built over a - i [leve * ? / ? | J Great Vali Spee I Your ( & all ready for occupancy? & most beautiful places and fl S: On the Speedway,1 8; ers, we have erected 15 ho ? i iently arranged, are plumi V electricity, have stone ste Jw every way attractive and & in this city, and are goin^ | Every Prop? | Will Advance 1 Opportunity! | Roor. I I Note t II Only 10% C 11 Pra M gj Greater j Real Estate Department. iNDS?fONLY HIS WAY 01 m *UiTT I 0T To SAY 1 I ] ?T SFEM9- rj |jj X Ii I #< I.ifc MU 0 dead preacher; but i* a memorial for the children to come who mlRht not hare the pleasure of knnw<ag K v Ut Stcetrer. She aaiit the present con greratlon need?d no such tablet. In reply Rev Dr. Stoetter rot up with a flow smile Tike Chlmmie Faddeti things are coming my way," he ^ald, "an dthough by right*. I should i>? under this church. I still hope to if/tPtWPtiftPttffPfWVWVfW LRY WC CAN HAVE "A LL les Low ctway Choice of ' 1 room bungalow, 4 room, 2 s one of the greatest investm ight in the section of Fairm uses of various stvles on lots uied for hot and cold water, I ps leading from street, are fi desirable. Convenient to Ca ; to sell them at prices and oi jrty a Safe, Sun Rapidly in Valu t>ynot Investing BUY J he Term ash, Balance 1 ctically the San 1 Fairmon 83?30Q6QSeQEaQC958383338* F PUTTING IT)-B> BL0S5 I OSU-tukt'S \ / ' ftlCU - UET J I SUOW ITTOTUE \ I _ L* Fotk? l W7*~~\ | V J J I ^ II mamM # i w THER SF be with yon irany rears yet.' The i tablet han^a In the chnrrh hall u you go out. |e Corn la getting dry the farmer* aay I' and unless a good rain rotues moo will! t be harmed to aoni* extent. Corn re- e port* oiffcr. hivreyer. a man in the o xtty yesterday saying that hi* was I the fin- -t anywhere about and nearly I * )rkTngF A HOME IS OWN" Prices Ea Prope 15 Pretty I tory housese, and 5 room, 2 stor ->nt nrnnnsitinns ever rtlaced be r* t w * ? i ont that is rapidly becoming po 50 x 140 feet. The houses are have stationary laundry tubs i pnced in with ornamental iron - line. We built them to meet n terms that will be helpful to e ? # e Investment Pi le. And you will 1< ; today. Get in on NOW! is of Pay % per Month Wi ne as Paying Rei t Investm* Fai 3ER. D\D pj nuTuxS -j tout?* n ORIS B eady IOML V 4 ' ' The < ilihaif von* m ami kMM mleavored to Interfere with iMtMM cabbage but hat# beaa CTIMMH n an ?t eitrat by bjinoii a^aHalMaa <1 by the cruel oafiter. Mur<( tfl utatdo leaves are full of hourh ahot. hut the heart la atflH ound?no 't ank* to tho worn. f IT I IJfifiHlJl/ni fj//|V^ I ?> q fl ?y Terms I rties I a! -lomes y house se, in one of the fore Fairmonters. pular among homeseek* j nicely finished, conven- fl in cellar, are wired for fencing, and are in I the demand for homes 1 very working man. operty that 3se a Golden the Ground >1 rment u ith Interest I ent Co. I rmont Hotel BafltHnf. ! ?&fe] I * v ^ 4a frufU \ 1 ***Mt<c o^r"*^w?h\ ^ '? 4**^. diu. \ tU??, AuhiO ^k ^^k Itlu. fijowuA/ gL ^ ^k A