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Then carefr.ilv fold dotted line 1 i
entire length. Then dotted line 2 ar
eo on. Fold each aectlon undernrai
accurately. When completed turn ov<
end you'll find a surprising re mi I
Sara tbe ptrtnre*
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' Va
r?|i lul (ontintnd w
I " V ino iday.
^'rather Reading
1 r n ii.ll f*. u
1111 r' r,d>1'
m. today 1
Sv?1-" ' ipitatlon. nor
i.ivcr MS 'ft: falling.
Red Men's Hall- Marion Lodge, K
Deveny Building ?Eks
Odd Fellows' Hall Marlon Lodge.
0. O. F.
Skinner Buildinr - Royal Neighbors
Barrackville?K of r social.
Hee Trench Fever?A. 0 Marti
county clerk, yesterday afternoon i
reived a postal card from his nephr
Corporal Frank M. Fisher, who is
the service in France. He state. Hi
he Is sick in bed with trench fev.
bat adds, "will he (). K. in a few day
Nothing to worry about. Mr. f-'ibas
also rent his uncle a souvenir b>
containing beautiful views lie i
sent a similar collection to his am
Mrs. J. H. Abbott.
I Guardian* Aopointed?Th<- r mm:
court ha* appointed tlie-e guardi: n
Charles C. Everron. guardian of It lah,
aged II year.;; Harry It.. ug< 1
years; Yhelnia M. Everson. ak? I
years; Evalinc I. Everson, aged
years and OtIs G. Everson. eg. d
years. King Everson is ihr ?u.
the bond being (200 in each ca
Geo.ya K. T'.n n-s, guu.dian of l.<
Rockwell, aged 15 years. Grace, agi
1< yesri-; Rbnrh". aged 12 years ar
Okey Rockwell, aged 3 veer;. Ti
county crurt has grant* i letters
administration lo I.uclndi Ki.tlirr.i
Linn In the e tale of the i; ie Mar:'
A. I.inn. of this county. The bond
$500 and tho lur'tv !- '. ' Harries.
App-eir.mcnt Bill?An appralserar
bill has been filed in the ofi'ice of tt
county clerk 1r. the e.r'.ete of Franc
Marion Mered't'. The estate is a
praise' approx tn te'.v (55.000. II
land aggregating 1T2 1-2 acres is a
pralred at $J5 0:'. Various s>eurili?
and notes tetsl (2f .773.32. The u
praiserr. n*e George K. Amos, J. I
Prirte 4, api',i>. L. Meredith.
Mo'lage Certificates?These nia
rlatfe esrUfiactn have been filed f<
racsrd with a. V. Martin, count
o rist William Woods and I.er
hesy. ty Rev. C D. Mitchell. D. I
paster ot the Central Christ la
nhurcb. on August 2; Carlisle Horn
Sbelton and Daisy Shelton. by Rev. I
P. Te*!a, pastor of Mt. Zion Hapti
?+3t,-V on August 5.
Aat BUMI..I isn^ni?| f\tf.
Ivi' isr rnmppi -? o|iiriai wmvt
Lloyd Stalnaker, of the Four Stat*
Cor.! company, has gone to I'hi ppi i
try to cast his ballot.
At Oantal Convention?Dr. II V
Burnett has gone to Chicago where h
la attending the National Itental eoi
ventlon representing th<> WiM Ynvr
la State Dental society. Dr Btirne'
was made a delegate at the state coi
ventlon held last year in Huntingtoi
Dr. Bred Hess Is also attending th
In City?Judge E. F. Morgan, of th
\ Pabllc Service Commission, former!
' of this city, has been here for a f?"
. /*r* on a business trip. He has bee
/ la Morgantown on official bushier
' tor the past weeV.
Well and working Hard?Sol Burk;
formerly manager of the Brand the;
tra here now In France, has writte
In frlamit* ststlnr that he is well nn
working hard. He is a member c
I the 14th field artillery.
I Landed In France?Miss Mary IVilde
has recelred a card from ilarr
Holmes stating that he has lande
safely is France. He was located a
Camp Lee, Virginia, prior to nailing.
Pipe Line Progress?Work Is pr
greasing rapidly on the pipe line whir
I Is being laid from a point (tea
Downs to Logansport, a distance c
about seven miles, by the Monnn;i
hela Valley Traction Company. Aboi
I three miles of the line has alread
been laid, w'th about one hundrc
Dan on the Job there sie prospects o
tatting the line completed with tb
I , next tea days.
i F teHotuly Injured?Mike TTamAsk!
E hn employe of the Jamison Coal com
petty at Mine No. 9, was admitted ti
Fairmont hospital yesterday after
9 poec suffering with serious Injurlr
pnstained when he was raught by
K fall of eoaL The base of the man'
FOR RENT?Two four-room flats
Jackson near Madison. J A Men
H< MRh. Home Ssvlngs Bank building
g6-3t. 4231
m . . ...
ij brain ta fractured and It la not
U thought ha ean recover.
Chief Hair Rack?Chief of Police
J Fred S. Harr returned to hi* duties
| yesterday after a several days' vara
lesa* Aaaiofanf S?amon. Vhn
lias been acting chief In tho absence
of Chief Harr, has been transferred
back to nlitht duty.
New Typhoid ( 'a*c?One new ease
of typhoid fever has been reported to
ity Health Physician H L. Criss thla
week. The vic tim is Minnie Tarrapella,
aped 13 years, of Front street.
Appendicitis Operation ? Forest
-prinper, of Market street, was operated
on this mnrninp at Cook hospital
for appendicitis.
lieiers is >ti 1 lie (ore the County
court L. C. Weeks, of Fairmont, has
> ml hi notaries bond in the sum
of 1230.
Home From tiraftnn- Mr. and Mrs.
A rile Hawkins havp returned frc.m
1 Grafton, where they had spent sev15
<ral days.
t,! Arrives in France Lieut.Victor K
" Waldo, son of F. M. Waldo, of this
city, a member of the 320th Labor
batallion, has landed safely over seas.
[ aeordinc to a message rec> ived today
I by his father. Lieut. Waldo Is a
iir member of the regular army and prior
I to sailing ? : stationed for a tlm? at
1(j Camp Lee, Petersburg. Va.
French West in France ? French
I1 , West, sen of Levi West, lias ||||W<
j in France arcordinK to a message rest
reived here today. He was formerly
7. | located at Boston. Mass. Thoma
h [ West, another son of Mr. West, win
'a-1 entrained for Camp I.ee two week
11. | neo, failed to pass the physical exam
! inatlon and has returned home.
C'leiinini; Postponed Members of
i the Bast Sid" Auxiliary of the Red
Cross who had planned to clean the!'
o- new headquarters on Columbia stre-t
tomorow will postpone the event tin
til the water Is turn d on.
I !
Miirrincr l.iccnses These marriage
license have ben issued bv Deputy
County Clerk I'liillips: Roh rt
| Fields, widower. 4". and Julia Wlln
Hants. 752. Fairmont; Dalton D. Siv
iiton, 24, and Helen Smith Stevenson
v. 77. both of Fairmont.
Tobacco License These tobaceo
lirenses have been issued by A. G.
Martin, county Clrek: John Peorene
pr i.- Company, city; Gallnyher & Lewis,
,k 215 Tenth street, city.
m pomp
u (Continue! lr *tt pake one !
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I I* '
' exhausrd ye teiday. There was hard
Iv a family In Kaiim >ni yesterday that
*as able lo <!' their weekly washinR
because of the scarcity of water. Kirn
(ho most fcrtuna'e have now ex
hnnsted the water on hand ami are
' Rettiu? alonp host they ran
<i Sprin?s m.d wells In all section-. of
the city are reported to have none
,1' dry. Because o' the Rreat demand f >
' water it was rcro ary for many t.i
n ikp water from the sprint;* and we'ls
for washing purpose*. which practice
soon exhausted the water In even the
contaminate I wells. This afternoon
a, one Is fortunate even lo Ret enouch
i._. water, regardless of its purity, to
iv drink.
p Yesterday afternoon and yesterday
i evcninR many of the soda fountains
p closed down Today many of tlv
.ouiiti'ins haM vent s.t the country anil
p .secured a supply of wuter and are pros'
parltiR drinks. Wherever the fountains
are running they are doing a
rushing business
r About the enly persons who arc
ir profiting at all y the water famine
Iv ore the .-mall ovs of the eity who are
11 making a pratrSce of carrying water
?. from the remote sections of the city
l? in JttRs. line boy yesterday anide ov y
er five dollars earrylnR water by sellK.
| in? it at flvp rents per Jug.
Thi : Jtiii-rniifin w.ifpr vv.is sPllinif at
one dollar per barrel, with tho price
I rapidly increasing as the famine con
>r i nues the weather becoming warmer
kg and the prc;-erts of getting city wa0.
ter vanishes. In some parts of the
city water is soiling at two dollars per
i\ Since Saturday night there has not
le been a drop of water pumped into
11- the city reset voir and since Sunday
?- afternoon there has not been a drop
It of water in at.v of the city water
i- lines, certainly the longest period that
v. the city ever went without water,
o As the awter famine increases physicians
of the city are anticipating a
c great outbreak of typhoid fever. This
v will not likely come for at least two
K 1 weeks yet as it takes fever that long
? t to develop.
<, Typhoid patients who are now ill In
Fairmont will suffer as no others and
ft is likely that some of them may
t die. unless relief is given shortly.
The industrial establishments of
n the community which are entirely cte
,1 [ pendent upon the city water system
,f are losing enough from the financ.ni
side of the situation to buy several
water plants. The Monongah Glass
' f JPH
ly ^ v?
? ^ ^ (
L p ,
_ Hi
plant and the Fairmont Mining Ua
< hlnery plant have each Installed
(Mr own pumps at considerable and
are pumping water from the river. The
new ater system at the Fairmont Mining
Machinery plant was put In oper
atl >n today. The laundrys of the
city yesterday operated largely on wa
ler wbic hthey had stored up. The
American lauudry ran out of water
and closed down yesterday at noon.
' Today even every bit of water poaiMe
n being carried from tbe river.
T< wer .
The City water department ia not
nakini; any effort to get new machinery
for immediate relief. It ia the
opinoin of thoae in charge that the
machinery on hand will run if it repaired
sufficiently and all effoita are
now being directed towarda those re1
iliy Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Aufc 6 ?Army and
marine casualty in the fighting on the
Marne Aisne salient made public today
by the War department number
4:? >>. soldiers and 140 Marines.
This brought the total since the toll
of victory began to arme yesterday to
1.213 and the number of all casaltles
; im e American forces first landed In
France to lti.409.
Three finny and two Marine corps
lists were given out early today. A
capitulation of them shows:
Army Marines
Killed in action 31 7
Died of wounds it 3
Wounded severely 313 18
Wounded undetermined 7 111
. rinoners 1 0
Wounded slightly ( 1
Total 358 140
The army list included:
Killed in action?Private Edward
Bowman. Wheeling, W Va.; Albert
S Johnson. Homer City. Pa.
Wounded severely ? Sergeant Im"
' I vnian. Huff. Pa.; Corporal
Sam'l Don n ley, Ambler. Pa :
hn H. 11 n acker, St. Marys, Ohio;
Urvin Ripper, Ashley, Ohio; Sergeant
(trover Fishel, Cardington, ().; Danie
N. Neely. Bradford, Pa.; John Kelley
Bradshaw. W. Va ; Forest Punlap, Ka
nawlia. West Virginia; Andy Oraziani.
Jenkimown. Pa ; Arthur Offut. Minora.
W. Va.; ;l imeul W. Warren, Bev
erley, W. Va.; Edwin J. Weekland.
Hastings. Pa.
The Marine corps included:
Wounded degree undetermined ?
Si 'M 'int r.rsai i>. lionet, ? larmgion,
l':i ; Private John J. Boyerski. Dupint,
Pa ; Sidney J Davis, Cannonsburg.
i Pa . t.icut. Charles Z. Lesher, Carbondab.
P.' ; Private Stanley H Dombroslii.
Krie. Pa.; Chas. K. Johnson,
l,ower I'psford, Pa.; llatvy J. Roth.
Johnstown. Pa.
Gave Quick Alarm
of Possible Fire
Just a few minutes before twelve
o'clock this mortvfnR u fire alarm was
i received at the Central fire station to
COM to th.- home of William S. RlllIngsley,
at 406 I.orust avenue. The fire
truck made a quick run to the srene
but found a false alarm.
A family nearby saw smoke coming
from the chimney of the Hlllingsley
home and thinking no one was home
sent in a fire alarm.
Will Dedicate New
James Fork Church
! Next Sunday the new Methodist
rhurch at James Fork in Manntnrton
1 district will be dedicated at an all day
meeting which will include a dedicatory
sermon in the morning by Rev.
Mr. Cross and a basket dinner. Music
will Kg* ftn-nichori fnr all tho anrvippu
by the I'itrer choir.
The church which will bo dedicated
Sunday was built to take the place of
| a structure which was burned down,
i The public is invited to the dedicatory
1 ceremonies and It is expected that
there will be a large turn out.
Church Memers
Double Their Gifts
The every member contributing
canvass of the Southern Methodist
Kpiscopal church which was carried
otu yesterday afternoon was practically
completed with. It It believed,
very ^ratifying results.
The results have not been officially
reported, but indications point to the
fact that practically every meber contributing
to church finances have
doubled their contributions. A meeting
wll l?c held at the church on Tuesday
evening when the results of the
| campaign will bo reported.
tu' ouT)
m uut J * &
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111 mis UN
Vn Dn.. r>__ p i r.. X"
not what It would have been had rail
road conditions been Ideal.
o. k Leo hart cr UnkNitown, dlstrit
representative of the Fuel Adrainlstra
tlon. was able ot report increased pre
| duction in the Connellsville regloi
and K. J Howe, district represents
) tlve at llluefield. was able to repor
an increase for the Tug River am
j Pocahontas regions.
+ -1'1 >|
oral (trail noams already possess im<
power to accord the men such classl
flcatfon as the value of their employ
nicnt and lis rfl.ition to the war re
qirements might be deemed proper.
The deferred classification appllci
j hie are Class II, subdivision I); t'las
{ III, subdivision K and L; and t'las
IV, sub division D.
Class II D? Necessary skilled indti
iriai lanurer in iicctrseary iiiuumiit
Class III K?Necessary highly spt
i rialized technical or mechanical expei
of necessary Industrial enterprise.
Class III h?Necessary assistant o
associate manager of necessary Indut
rial enterprise.
Class IV D?Necessary sole manat
ink. controlling or directing head o
necessary industrial enterprise.
The coal operator should, thei
[ classify all gcod men?men tha
should he retained to Insure the mat
Imum of production?for defer re
classification, then bring the list t
i the attention of draft boards as ret
ommendations urging the board to ae
| upon the recommendation. The cos
operator should emphasize the fac
that these men are necessary to prr
dure the coal that the fontlin
nuM have. The boards have the pow
er to grant there deferred classifica
tions and will do so If they think th
1 coal operators are in earnest. If th
coal operator does everything In hi
I power he can obtain the proper exei
rise or mo power or tno nrau Doaru;
Mine Workers in Earnest.
The news of the American troop
at the front Is very encouraging an
no less gratifying is the progress bt
' ing made on the part of industrial so
; diors of the Republic engaged In tli
' mines, according to reports whtc
! reach J. Walter Rarnes. Federal Fur
i Administrator for West Virginia. R?
| ports which come to the Fuel Admir
' istratlon indicate that mine worker
are bending every energy to the tas
of creating a high tide of productior
While the 2.400 cars of coal askc
for from the Fairmont region las
week could not be supplied the miner
cannot be blamed for the fall dow:
came when the railroads were unabl
to handle tnat amount of coal easi
i ward to Curtis Bay. The Faitmon
, district showing was not what it wouli
ha\e been na<! there been plenty o
cars and the showing eastward wa
uva vai lum rur new
England Under New
Today the car supply ia again light
The coal cars in the region numbc
1.0A1 and the coke cars 54. There wil
he no lunch of the Coal club this week
Ilecause of the heat and the dtslnclina
tion of any one to do anything mor<
than Is necessary no effort will h<
made to get the coal men to gathei
nftener than once every two weeks.
No Box Cars for Down East.
The zoning system as It relates t.
' box cars has had the team track load
<>rs of northern West Virginia hart
through a new ruling effective M;in
lay by which box cars cannot be ship
ped from this part of West Vlrgini
to New England points. The zonini
arrangement now prohibits the ship
nintr of enea u'KIcK U'Arl' J
|""S " ??A ' ui r* w n ui> ii numf <
I great Injustice to this region as b<
cars are going west where they ar
badly needed. F. J. Patton, secretar:
i of the northern West Virginia coal or
I erators association called up Wash
ington relating to the n"w order ye
j terdav but Its provisions were nc
known to the parties with which h
' talked so It is evident that the newc.i
ruling has not been discussed much
It Is hoped that this arrangement cai
; be cancelled or some other provisioi
made for shipping of coal in bo* cars
Joining New Organization.
Quite a number of additional co.,
companies of northern West Virgini.
; Joined the new association Monday.
Deferred Classification.
The Crowder ruling regarding th<
eclasslflcation of miners in the draf
nd aecordlng them deferred clasMt
it ion owing to the need of gettin
ut more coal to win the war turn
lit to have not been a ruling, strlctl;
peaking, -it all. Provost Marsha
tjeneral Crowder simply emphasiiei
lie fart that, under their Instructions
KtMEi m tor [
_ tan off
' Boyd Horton Was Named I
Leader of the Local
Contingent. i :
Boyd Horton was appointed leader I
of the draft contingent of forty-three I
i colored men who left this city yester- I
| day for Camp Custer, Battle Creek, I
Mich. James Arthur Rhodes was
made first assistant leader; Walter I
Smith second assistant leader and I
r John Ii. Blue, third assistant leader. H
1 j The men entrained at the local Balti- K
more and Ohio railroad station at I
. I 5:30 p. m, a large crowd being at the I
, ! station to see them ofT.
Fifty color, nen entrained at Man- I
r nington going to the same ramp. The I
men who left in both the city and I
county contingents are listed below: ,1
C ty.
Order N*o.
4*1?Robert Harry Wise
! 501?James Arthur Rhodes
515?Robert Temple
534?Leonard King Perry H
536?Clifford James Park-"
538?Boyd Horton
648?William McKinley
593?Howard Edgerton _
649?Marion Eugene Rolen
667?John Wesley McDonald .
694?James Monroe
71s -Ilraxton Stanley Williams I
808?Kay Ma?sy wl
843 Cliarlts Marshall Dawson
868?Robert Henry Hill
932?Johnson Lee
936?George Jackson
970?Gail Douglas Harvey
975?Gus Davis
1003?Clarence Carter
1009?Addison White M
| 1021?Milton'Oarey
I 102S?Willie C. Sledge
i 1042?Lenwood Irvin Meyers
i 1115?Joshua Hawkins
I 1138?Everett Coates
' 1152?Marion Window
e 1192?George Vernon Crews .
1 1201?Edward Gross inj
'* 120C?Joseph Johnson cia
K 1209?Walter Smith is
* 1260?Robert Johnson W
y 1283?Charlie Williams ,
! 1309?Mark Jones ,,D
1 1379?William Noble Hart
i. 1384?John Bernard Blue y,
* ' 1410?James Wade ju
1- 1430?Joseph Moore j,0
1440?Tallow Hawkins t)1I
i- 1487?Clyde Henry Shelton jj,,
1513?Alonzo Benjamin Hieks ^
x. 1550?Charles Benjamin Carroll ^
, 1593? Paul Blanchard l10
< County. Hr
737?Frank MrCary. ' ,u|
. 967? Donald Hilton. j s0
ii 1019?Elmer Mann. I an
1031? Charley Walton ,n
1047?C'ato O'Nell. I an
? 1176?I.nther Dodson. I Te
1133?Slays t aiioway. co
1166?Wiley Jones. wn
, 1200-Robcrt Lawrence. eU]
1202?Noah Manuel. pit
1205?Kimp Moore. ted
f" 1246?Noah Manuel. avi
1256?Sherman Brown. be
1296?William Leek. cai
V 1325?James Parsons. j to
' 1432?Charlie Short. . evi
. 1479?Telley llendon Watklns. fill
1576?Edward Eugene Fraaer pa
? 1680?John Tice. eel
"t 1684? ('lira Watklni. t
,| 1703?Frank Best. rej
,t 1786?Seble Wilson. Th
1952?Mose Henderson. Jai
1978?George Davis. pei
2016? Nero Hillman. Is i
2088?Joseph Branch. to
e 2213?Balden Ferrell. tna
n 2116?Clarence Theo Wood. I
s! 2236?Benj. llaymer. Me
r-1 2405?Lucius Lee. 801
i.. 2497?Wm. Browder.
2549?Isaac Bishop.
, 255S?Johney West. ?c
j 2569?Frank Johnson. *a
,. 2625?Wm. Sidney. J?J
I 2626-Clarence McCoy. t0'
p 2535?Ervin Suggs. '
Ii 2665?John Dandridge Reed. V
>1 2752?Beatrice Lee Marshall. ?
.. 2759?Willie Magers. ,
I- 2818?Clarence Shelton Mitchell. .
s 2118 Harry Church. ' '
k 2888-Leroy Mitchell. ""
I. 291R? John Hutchinson. j
1 j 2929?Keen Burns. i jiU
.t! 2943?Arthur Richardson. ! th?
i 2953?William Woods. ,ot
n 304S?Jordan Levi. int
t 2024?Carl Davis White. sot
t- 1931 -George Chatman. of
t ? (lei
if George Berbrelns. t,he eight a!.,
s months old son of Mike Berbreins,
I of Grxnttown, died at Cook hospital (jr
last evening shortly after being ad- Coi
t niltted for treatment for eolitis. Til
r ma
it Because of the water supply there ijp
i-' will be no swimming classes at the Y. an
t i M ('. A. until further notice. Until ag;
1! the water supply gets better the pool Th
I will be closed to all. he:
' ^ /?( DWeuNKlT;
wrr wsr
( US LUCK. ? )
# _i
Originators and Leaders
Take 1
You can buy now at thi
wearing apparel for met
about ONE-HALF the pr
mer. Prepare now for tl
. V. T. Transmission Condemnation
Up In Court.
Iudgf> Haymond has born transact5
considerable business in the spr
d session of the circuit court, whim
now ali*e. Court will be held on
edncsday morninK.
One of the most Important casc.t
was one of the condemnation propdings
brought by The Monongahela
illey Traction Company agaln.-t
hn .V. Rlttenhouse, Albeit H. Itilien\i-e,
Rosa M Kinkead, Mary It. Kit lhouse,
George C. Rittenhouse, in
ridually, and as administrator of
r->li f l)ittonk...ioA Ian. u I? Drlol
^ ^jl^
itiii ii. nm imuu v, umm. - i\. a i n
, a committee for Mary It. Hilton
use, Alva L UraRK, tt.Ilium T.
agg. Ama/iah K. Kinke.-*l, Corneli
B Krum, Harry Shaw, The CMlldatlon
Coal Company, The Guar
ty Trust Company, New York city
istoe, The Cnited Stairs Mortgage
d Trust Company, trustee, John II
nnant and Joti* li. Hums. Tne
ntpany wanls to procure rights of
iy for a transmission line to carry
rrent from tho new Hivesville power
int to two sab stations to be locaI
at Thirteenth street and Virginia
cnue and at Norwood. There are to
probably as many as fifteen lines
rrylng electricity and the poles are
be 125 feet apart with steel towers
pry 500 feet. Tho proceedings were
?d and docketed and the trust comnles,
it was directed, were to rove
\n order was made directing the
daring on the docket the rause of
e Citizens' Dollar Havings Hank" vs
nes R. Linn, et al? which was drop
1 from the records Improperly. It
understood that the rhlef matter yet
he disposed of In the case Is the
ttee Ji-V... .sAmASHl* I
IIU'I U1 llinuiilpruivillr'.
n the chanrery cause of Joseph H.
Dermott et al ys The Fairmont Gas
1 Light Company, et al.. has orderthat
the time for the defendant
ilng depositions be extended until
tober 1. An extension of forty days
s taken to the plat..tiff, which airs
hint to take deposition up to OcKT
In the chancery cause of John n.
fatt vs Allison 8. Fleming a pica
non assumpsite and set oft was
n the chancery cause of T. J. Hairt
et al vs. Jacob King, et al., an
ier was entered filing papers and
itinuing cause.
h the caus? of Efflc Herrington vs
ther Herrington. it was decreed that
) said defendant, Luther Herringi,
be enjoined and restrained from
erfering in any way with the peri
or property ?/ the plaintiff or that
her fiye children, until further noe
from the ccurt.
n the cause of David Hayhurst. et
, vs Sarah Jane Carpenter a decree
,s entered appointing John Finch,
ant Travis and Fraifk J. Wilfong
nroissioners to partition real estate.
ie cause was refered to A. L. Leh;n.
ono of the commissioners of the
irt. In the cause of Ruth L. Phils
vs Howaid Phillips a petition and
order were filed awarding a rule
ainst th? defendant for contempt,
e court directed that he be apprcaded.
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A '" * r
ENING, AUGUST 6,191&~j|
ot Low Prices in Fainnoat Ul
I Clearance ll
his Tip III
is store staple articles of
i. women and children at
ice you will uav next sum- !H
c. of c. totakeTpI
water SITUATiei
.Special Meeting Will Bel
Held Tomorrow 4.
Afternoon. <1
A general meeting of the members I
of the Chamber of Commerce will bo I
held In their office, Watson Hull ding, I
, at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. I
j The cifli. . r.nof lh? Chamber are of tbo I
i opinion that they may be of acrvteo
to the city in hi lplng handle the preo,
rot critical situation facing the city
| because of water shortage.
President .tnrnha wttl t.il.i I
TAR IS, Au*. 6?The French troope
hare reached the went bank ot the
At re between Kraches and Moriael,
north of Montdidler, eajra the official
statement from the War office today.
j NOTICE?There will be a Lawn FeMN
on Frank Cookie's Lawn, MorganI
town avenue, tomorrow evening at 7
o'clock, proceeds for the benefit of the
new Community Building. Everybody
Invited. Adv.
7 1* 6om und?ss
s in tmr op
( ^
representative* of all other busineaa I
and aoml-publie organizations to moot I
| with the Chamber at the hour named. I
It I* the earnest desire of the officer* I
I ihat a representative body of men at- I
i tend this meetlnK.
Spring to Open at I
Fairmont FarmI I
I A report has been circulate# ffl
| throughout the city to the effect that jl
tbo spring at. Fairmont Farm* ha* boon 11
i closed to the public. The report Is an- |
tme and ha* no foundation whatever. II
The spring will be open to the puMIe I
as lonp as any water runs from it. ftifl
has sunpli< I hundreds of thirsty Vfc!r-^|
monters during the water famine, ant fl
will continue to do so.
j LONDON, Auk. 6.?Official nn- II
, notincement was made today of tha I
lauding of Allied naval and military I
forces at Archangel on August S. Tha I
landing was In concurrence with tha I
wishes of the Russtari nnnnlatlnw- It H
i is stated, and caused general enthuai'
(Continued from page one.)
in the repulse of a German raid southeast
of Montdldler. The atatemeat
North of Montdldler our troops hare
made progress towards the Avre which
they have reached between Braches
and Morlsel.
A German surprise attack southenat
of Montdldler was checked completely.
Prisoners remained in our hands.
On the Vesle front the French met*
tained their positions at mivny points
north of the river despite repeated ati
minih tiv .the Germans to drive these

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