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wmum EL, Johnson City,
IM**"*, Cincinnati^ Ohio.
Id, Frederick W., Philadelphia,
>. Frank. Brooklyn, N. Y.
James Mitchell, Richmond,Va.
m. Claude P, Fort Worth, Tex
ban, Sail EL, Roscoe, Ohio,
"homas E, Green Island, N. Y.
toward, fioath^EdmestonJs. Y.
SiJab BL, Indian Bottom, Ky.
ado, Mike, Montreal, Canada.
: Dosale, Darligton, S. C.
ndrew H, McLean. Tex
Raymond J_ Dayton. Ohio.
Frank. San Antonio, Tex.
Roy EL, Grit. Tex.
wupuaon, wuiiam a_. .wnnu, ?.
BGHJham, Phillip G, Royal. Ark.
BBtfljrtalir. Nathan. NewYork, N. YBPIiii
\. Frederick. New York. N. Y.
BH&rmay Pflcll. Hntnboldt, Nebr.
nSammiBS.' - Charles G., Travis City,
jHeyier, Doncan V. D.. Abilene, Tex.
ip. Henry CL, White Plains, NL Y.
.logs. James E., Sweetwater. Okla.
ifc Done, Sully, Randolph County.
E&bemer, Francis XL. Baltimore. Md.
gjtlia, Scott &. New York. X. T. fe
Lyons, James A. Roslyn. N. Y.
^pfcAlPtne. Ernest J.. Portsmouth. Va.
aCciBtide, Stephen D., Watonga. Ok' a
Blonthan. Thomas F. New York, N. Y.
t^nnsr. Do re. Newton. 111.
Ste?zs. laoyd. White. Pa.
Wbt, Oliver E.. Webster. Pa.
James J. New York. N. Y.
JpRwhaiier. Joseph, Cleveland. Ohio.
Kxipper, John F. "William Nipper. Sreila.
^^Connell. James WL, North Tiverton.
RPancoast, Charles Flthian. wocasHranock,
X"r#il F? Jones Island, MllwaufffaSh?,-L?e.
Ji; Kane, Pa
Rerklns. Charles, Lewis Canter. Ohio
Bt'etij. Boss B- Bradford. Tens.
F Roderick, Ambers B., Pecan Gap. Tex.
R&nalflsis. Howard EL. Keyser. V? Vx
fcplwll, James B., Qoanah. Tex.
Kr,*~ i Ererett, Brooklvo. N y.
MSelfert. Oswald, Passaic, N. J.
Kuxkleford, Herman P.. Premont. N.
Bsheehari. John B., Clermont. Iowa.
BSSakn. Algte Herbert. Ean Claire, Pa.
^tfrzempek, Robert Anthony, Scrantoc.
fcVraEa. Edffinnd, Oklahoma City, Okla
^OTeJch. John J.. Charlestown. Ilass.
mn&dager, Chalmers, Creokside, Fa.
El -tUf DE?d of Wounds.
Rad^i*. Andrew J? jr., Henderson, N
t iVriA^i
K-Altionse, George JT, Norristown, Fa.
[pay; John W., Dtmas Station, Pa.
BDw?y. KH FerreU. Wamego, Kaas.
KiJieeJ, Joe N., Jr, Macon. Ga
pBofrlns, Harrey C? East Roselle, X. J.
BBftrama. Stanley S?-Canton. Ohio.
I Donnelly, James, Harrtman, X. X.
KBBfam Irfhnr S PoH? Ufa
Bid A_ Erie, Pa.
1^ Hanville, Va
le Brookville, Pa.
Mies K., Hudson, Wis.
Petalama. Cal
ice C, New Monmouth,
ftwaik. N. J.
Bridgeport. W. Yt.
T, CounellcvUIe, Pa.
Ldtipb, Marshfield. Wis.
c C, Bishopville, Ml
t.L, Marietta. Pa.
term an. Shawano, Wis.
lu C-. Co hoes. N. T.
re. .anarew o, Boosick Falls, N.Y.
fccjimpb^^Mlles L, AM, Iowa.
BSeon. Jacob E.. Anoka, Ulan.
BCataralian, Ames Sylvester, PhlladelEtaaerman,
Mottia New York. N.
PSmcM. Join p? Bornp, Mian.
Waterbnry, Conn.
KB*motto. John, New York. N. Y.
vBair, Owen W. Cut Moaroe. Ohio.
Ewt^teo Nrtr*
|mi mil. Chatfes A. Spokane, TVash.
^Ej^ft^lrtaton S?' Philadelphia, Pa.
Bttts. Wmi*in Sherman. Big Island,
ham, Harry fj Red field, Iowa.
PBHtfa; Arthur, Golden Pond, KTECiMohlai,
Antonio, Seattle. Wash,
fcohan. Simon. Brooklyn, N. Y.
^PphiB, AMred A, New Bedford, Mass.
^omptiow. Jamee H* Narberth. Pa.
aprsd. Ernest. Petersburg. Ind.
ocltQOK Xeenxrd, MoTTisrHle, Pa_
Jote W-, Cause City. V*.
Boort, Ok*r XL, amlsrine, "W. V?.
Mliut. ICflo W, Green Island. low*.
BtenHmca. John New York, is'. Y.
barla. Harry X, Hkhart, Ind.
T?rm
JKOSUfe* JrOrtSg6, M?.
^*ke Clty. S. C
Frederioo, Frank. Newark. N. 3.
Grady, Patrick. Central Falls. R- L
Green, Lester B-. Paola, Kans.
Kail. Ehrmaa, Union, OresHammer.
Oscar S? Roseau. Minn.
Hancock, Robert &, Columbia, S. C.
Hasen, James D . Brooklyn, N. T.
Hawes, Harold. Whitewater.. Wis
Hayward, Wlllam "W, Mt. Vernon, If.
T.
lrps, Arthur f. niyiaemua, jum. 9
Johnson. Richard, Cyrus. Minn.
Langston, Isaac H., Springdale, Utah.
Lav, John Henry, Baltimore. Md.
Leffler, George, Maiysville, Ohio.
Lemons, Will G-, Bnskner. Tenn.
Lewis, Fred L. XJrbsnrra, Va.
Livingstone. Samuel McP., Clarion, pa.
McCarthy. Joseph A., York. Nebr.
McKay, John C., Skpperville, Ala.
McKenna. James F., Baltimore. Md.
McKnlght, Raymond W? Buffalo, N. YMcMillan,
James R. Buckaturrna, Miss.
Marando. Frank, Philadelphia, Pa.
Maxey, William D_. Vera, Okla.
Mazzello, Pasquale, Stevenson, Conn.
Mensciing, Ernest, Des Planes, 111.
Miller, George F-, Chicago, HL
Millett, John J., Greenwich, X. Y.
Nacke, John J, St Charles. Mo.
Oleson, Martin E, Soldier, Iowa.
Palo, Matt Exnil. Frultdale, S. Dak.
Patterson. Don D., Big Rapids, Mich.
Perry, Tobe, Snyder, Okla.
Philips, Edgar B-, Chicago, 111.
Raiger. George iH-, Lebanon. 1/3.
Rath. Francis T~ Defiance. Ohio.
Rice, Paul L. Covington. Term.
Ripley, William K-, Slater, Mo.
Rome, John Jacob, Homestead, Pa.
Ross, Jesse P., Poolvllle. Tex.
Rogers, Carl L? Moscow. Idaho.
Ryan, Thomas C. N. Great Falls. Mont.
Schmitt. Conrad, South River. N. J.
Seeley, Henry K-, Hamilton, Ga.
Smith, William J- Easthampton, Mass.
Smolik, August, HallettsviUe, Tex.
Sommer, Archie, Buffalo, If. Y.
'Sprnell, Ben W. Abbott. Tex.
Stanfield. Marvin T., Clarksville, Ark.
Steinbrecher, Henry, Wauseon, tJhio.
Stepko, Eugene J.. Glassport, Pa.
Stokes. Charle3 T.. Cairo, m.
Teed, Earl L... Union City. Pa.
Temple, John M-, Richwood. Ohio.
Terra, Frank J-. Etna Mills. Cal.
Thompson. Ephrlam, Copperhlll. Tenn.
Thompson. Henry. Hopewell, Ya.
Thnrw T/in!i P Wlminfirton. Del.
Tobin. John (H.. Watervilet. N. Y.
Tolsky, James A.. Baltimore. Md.
Tucker. Russel R. Pennville, Ind. '
Tune, John R_. Troy. Tenn.
Turner. Robert Lemay. Garner, X. C.
Wampler. Albert. Bristol. Tenn.
Wfllowitch. Prank. Philadelphia. Pa.
Winchester. Benjamin H., Bryson City.
X. C.
Wright, Chandler P.. Kansas City. Mo.
Wright, Charles, Sharon Hill. Pa.
Toung, John W-. Rural Hall. X. C.
Died of Disease.
PRIVATES.
Davis. Albert R-, Bill Davis, Rowlesburg,
XV. Va.
Gainer. Silas D.. Mrs. Anna Gainer,
Tanner, W. Va.
Wounded Severely.
LIEUTENANTS.
Colson, John D.. St. Stephens. S. C.
Crane, Albert E.. Plalnfleld, X. J
Peyton, Henry C, Brown wood, Tex.
SERGEANTS.
Both. William E-. lViUiford. Ark.
Gold. Benjamin. New York. X. V.
v- v T"? n. va Jl vr..
nowuway* UVJIIU. rctuiui u? xv*.
Murphy. Raymond, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sieloff, William A., Forest Lake, Minn
CORPORALS.
Allen. John, Clearfield, Pa.
Austin, Leslie C, Utica. Xebr.
Blanstein, Harry, Brooklyn. X. V.
Gilmore. Cleveland T.. Speer. Okla.
Johnson. Carl, China Grove, Ala.
Johnston. Harry W? Chicago. M.
Laird, Bruce. Blue Hill. Xebr.
Middleton. Roy V., Ehnlenton, Pa.
Wurdack. Edward F., Kansas City, MoMECHAXIC.
Specialo. Vincenzo, Bear Creek, Mont.
PRIVATES.'
Aitkins. Mao Joseph, Auburn, W. Va.
Aldred, George Sutherland, Iowa.
Bailey, Charles A, Lawrenceburg.
Tenn.
Baldwin, Louis Everett. Denver, Colo.
Baulloa, Charles P., De Kalb, 111.
Behm, Raymond H., York, Pa.
Benoit, John M-, Fairview, Mont.
Besaw, Leo, Oswegatchie, X. Y
BInkert. George. .Buffalo, X Y.
Blackmail. Harry, Brooklyn. X. Y.Boher,
Robert C-. Cross Roads, Ky.
Bondreaux. Henry, Belle Rose. La.
Bonrk, Philip A.. Hadley, Mass.
Bowman, rving D., Hartford, Conn.
Bracht, William John. Marion, Mich.
Bray. Jobn L., Visalta, Cal.
Brockhoff. "William H-, Concordia, Mo.
Barnes, Jim. Fort Springs, W. Va.
Campion, John T.. St. Paul. Minn.
.Chapman. James ?, jr.. Mountain, Ga.
Clevec, John. Detroit, Mich.
Cole, James Riley, Datchess County,
X. V
Coleman. Russell L. Mansfield, Ohio.
Cotton, Jesse T.. (Hall. La.
Crnmpler. "Wiley C., Goldshoro, N. C.
Czapluk. Joseph, New York, N. Y.
Deannin. Mark Twain. Earlwflle. I1L
De Coma. Peter, Brooklyn, N". Y.
Dunn, Lloyd B., La Salle. Colo.
Elbare, Howard G, Syracuse, N. Y.
Fleischaner. Harry Joseph. Mondovi,
Wis.
Galasse. Peter. East Brady, Pa.
Galotscki, Joseph William, Hamtramck,
Mich.
Gongou. Fred W-, Three Brothers, Ark.
Gwaltney. William C- Swifton. Ark.
Hank ins. Charles. Koshkonong. Mo.
Hawk, ciell M-. 'Melrose, Iowa.
Henderson. Richard W., East Dedham,
Mssb.
Hlcek, fleniy L., Grand Rapids, Mich.
Hicks, Ed-ward, JefrescnvMe, lad.
Ha Russell H. Bangor. Ala.
Hoppe, Albert C., Waukesha, "Wis.
Jacques. Lancelot s., Topeka, Kans.
Johnson, Em 11 X.. Sammerdale, Ala.
Jones, Amos H., "Warrior Run, Pa.
Jones, Joseph T.. Colbert. Ga
Juergens, Cletnons W., Star Route,
Tavern, Mo.
Kaufman. John. Baltimore. Md.
Keang, Dennis H.. Passaic. N. J.
Kelly, James T.. New Haven. Conn.
Kins. Paul. St Louis, Mo.
Kosberg, Edward S.. Washburn. Wis.
La Due*. Natal M., Buffalo. N. Y.
Lagols, George, New- York, N. Y.
Lamphear. Jerry M, Dickenson, NDak.
Mahon, George, Chicago. HL
Markakas. Mlnas. Bargettstown, Pa.
Margoslan, Sarekls, Xewton. Mass.
Metz, John A., Grandvllle, Pa.
Miles, Alex. Cottondale. Fla.
MlUelr, Charles E., Blanchard, Mich.
Miller, Henry C.. Bucklln, Mo.
MiHelr, WilUam A, New York, N- YMurphy,
John J- Chicago, HL.
Newnnn. Lewis L, crelgbton. Mo.
Pearl, Max. New York, N. Y.
Peterson. Alex Marinette, -Wis. .
Peterson. Henry "Wtldemar, Iron Biv^ttmttmed
on t-r._ anil
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Corner Jarlrmrn and Jefferson Streets.
H. & Stoetzsr, D. D-," Ministar.
In Hie absence of the pastor of the
cbtxrth. -who win accompany Mr. tod
Mrs. Forrest F. Fsakhanser on their
sad mission to lay aside the form of
their darling child. Mr. A. J. Cash.
the newly elected secretary of the T.
M. C. A_. will bring the message or t
the day. Bible school. 9:30 a. m.;
classes for all ages; Mr. J. Walter
Barnes. superintendent. Business
Men's Bible class will be taught by Mr.
J. W. Preston. Morning service. 10:45
o'clock. The Junior Endeavor society
will meet at 2:30; leaders. Miss Flora
Lloyd and Miss Bessie Loo mis. Senior
Endeavor society, 6:30 p. m.; leader.
Mrs. N. R. C. Morrow; topic,
-Count Tour Mercies,"* L Chron.
29:10-14. Evening service, 7:30. Kidweek
service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
The Union Thanksgiving service will
be held in the Presbyterian church
next Thursday, 10:30 a. m. All are
most cordially invited to all of these
services.
M. P. TEMPLE.
J. C. Broomfletd, D. D-, Pastor.
I shall be glad to see all the members
and friends ol the congregation
in the services tomorrow. My sermons
will be in line with my experiences
of the past thre months. Sonday
school at 9:30 o'clock. I am hoping
lor a large torn ont tomorrow.
Morning worship at 10:45 o'clock;
theme of sermon, -The Opening ol the
Second Chapter of the War." Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 o'clock, led by
Mrs. Ethel Reed. Evening worship at
7:30 Vclock with sermons on "The
- ? Ct?a* w*? Thvcws
Lflguw ana oimuun 3 w iuj
Months' absence." Prof. Black la pre- I
paring special music for both ser- j
vices.
GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Third St. and Gaston Ave.
Roy J. Meyer, Pastor.
Regular services for the twentysixth
Sundayv after Trinity. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. in, Mr. W. F. Shaffermari,
superintendent. Morning worship
and sermon at 10:45 o'clock;
subject, "The Parahle of the Ten Virgins."
Evening worship and sermon
at 7:30 o'clock; subject, "Thanksgiving."
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.
m.; subject, "Count Your Mercies,"
L Ctiron. 29:10-14 (Thanksgiting
meeting); Mr. C. H. Bloom, leader.
Wc have many things to be thankful
for this year, so let every member be
present at all the services.
j FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH.
Fairmont Ave. and Fourth St
Claude E. Goodwin, Pastor.
I Services tomorrow as follows: Sun;
day school at 9:30. You will find the
' class to suit you. An hour spent in
j this service will lie most profitable.
A most interesting study, the study
of the Bible. Strangers and visitors
will find a hearty welcome. Good
singing. A splendid orchestra. Public
worship and sermon at 10:45; subject
of sermon. "The American's
Thanksgiving." This will be the regular
Thanksgiving service. Express
your thanks by your presence. Epworth
League' devotional meeting at
6:30. This is a service for young
; people. Public worship and sermon
at 7:30; subject of sermon, "More
Than Conquerors." Strangers and
j visitors invited to all these services.
: HlbnLAnu Hwtnuc m. c. ununun
L. A. McNemar, Pastor.
! Services will be held at Honlt at
[ 10:30 a. m.; Pitcher. 3:00 p. m. and
i Highland avenne at 7:30 p. m. As the
! pastor could not bet at Hoalt and
; Pitcher last Sunday, the services of
tomorrow at these churches will he
! a patriotic celebration of the peace
that has come to the world. Let all
the people carry flags.
CHRIST CHURCH.
Balrd Mitchell, Rector.
9:30 a. m., church school; 10:45
a. m.. prayer and sermon, "The Finality
of Christ.* The rector will preach
and hopes to see a large congregation.
10:30 a. m. Thursday, Thanksgiving
service. Offering for Sheltering Arms
hospitaL Welcome.
DIAMOND STREET METHODIST
EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Corner Diamond and Market Sts.
J. E. Wellt, Pastor.
9:30 a. iff, Sunday school, Guy McDougal,
superintendent. Class tor all.
Public worship and preaching at 10:45.
The pastor will speak upon "The
Work of the Church and a Working
Church." This Sunday has been set j
apart by the West Virginia Annual i
Conference as "Bethel Home and
School Sunday" and the people are to
be given opportunity to make a special
offering for the suport of this
hone and school for homeless boys.
The Bethel Home and School is now
an institution of the West Virginia
Conference and it is .hoped that all
our people will give it generous support.
Epworth League service at 6:30;
topic, "A Call to Separation," leider.
Miss Ora Stealey. 7:30, public worship
and preaching; sermon tbeme,
"The Divine-Human. Pattern for Human
Life." Prayer services Wednesday
night at 7:30; let all the members
Af tha A>iTirrh find AAncTfiwtifm HIKVA
special effort to be .present. The
latch string of this church is out to
everybody.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
W. J. Eddy. Pastor.
Tomorrow Is Thanksgiving Sunday.
Will not all the membership and
friends come ont for the worship of
the day? 9:30, Sunday school; may
we sot reach np toward the goal a little
farther this Sunday? 10:30, dosing
of school and Junior sermon subject,
"A Very Interesting Bird." 10:46,
morning service, subject. "TbaaksglvCoal
Operators Attention
I Mine Cars, Rails, Mining
Machinery; Electric
Plants
1 We can quota. most attractive
prices on the above. Prompt
shipment.
C. Elmer Pool & Co.
Qadptbnrg. W. ?.
Phone 1737.
.-ii'
ins tar Banal BXesstnn-" 0:30 Sua- a
day fW VIrxinia irama 3:04k a
Junior B. 7- B. U? Virginia Watson, F
leader. 6:30, Intermediate and Senior d
B. 7. P. TT-S 7:30, evening service, e
subject, "Thankfulness the True Sac- si
rlfice." Appropriate msaic Cor the
services of the day.
o /MJTU n
MtlOi nu c. wnvn^n, <0vwi*m v?
Robert J- Yoak, Pastor.
9:30 a. m, Sunday schooL The Increase
in the Sunday school last Sonday
was good; let as make a better da
showing this Sunday. 10:30 a. on, m
preaching and public worship. The 3d
subject of the sermon will be "Christian
Achievements." 6:30 p. m-, Ep- al
worth League; subject of lesson, ti
"Thanksgiving." The leader will be r?
Miss Brock. 7:30 p. m, will be the
hoar of public worship and preaching.
The subject of the sermon .will be
"The Vr'ays of God." "Let us go up
onto the house of the Lord.**
THE FIRST M. P. CHURCH.
C. C. Lawson, Pastor.
We hope to see a fall attendance >cl
at the Sunday school on Sunday morn- a1
ing at $:30 o'clock prompt. Barents it
come and bring your children, and w
see that they get the right start in m
life. Sermon theme. "Costly Living uj
and Cheap Religion." Hake new vows ti
that yon may meet the new conditions na
which (ace yon and your children. C!
Turn a new leaf and see that the ,f
whole household turns oat on Sunday is
morning for worship. Evening ser- th
vices: Endeavor. 7 o'clock and ser- "<
xcon at 7:30: theme, "The Macedonian
Cry for the Gospel of Christ.* This is 'A 1
an anniversary service for the Worn- ei
an's Foreign Missionary Society. All B
members of tbis auxiliary are espe- P1
dally requested to be present. Tbis
will be & special service to wbicb all S?
are welcome.
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Clarence O. Mitchell, D. D-, Minister.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Remember
the Sunday school Union's goal of ft
<>0 per cent, of the membership In the B<
Bible school. Morning worship and
preaching at 10:54 o'clock. The pastor
will give a report of the Pitts- R
burgh Conference at this service. Special
music. The Christian lEndeavor
will meet at 6:45 p. m. Rev. Mr. Robey Bi
will lead the meeting. Give him a
good hearing. Evening preaching at 1
7:30 o'clock. -Sermon theme, "What II
Part is the Church to Take in the i flj
World's' Reconstruction Following i
t*? ?* mv_ r? I
WttTi O IUUSIV. AUC yuut I\.
will receive a most cordial -welcome to
all these services. _
BIBLE LECTURES, DIXIE THEATRE M
H. B. Westcott, Evangelist.
There will be preaching service in
the Dixie theatre Sunday, 7:30 p. m.
by Evangelist H JB. Westcott. The he
subject of the lecture will be "The w;
Return of the Prince of Peace." Song th
service will begin at 7:15. This ser- th
vice will be led by Miss Neil Mead, of
The stcreoptican will he used to ilius- cv
trate the evening lecture.? Ton are
kindly invited to this service. I c
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FREE METHODIST. pc
vjoroer njocganutvii ana juaryiana 111
Avenues. ur
R. W. Weston, Pastor. tn
Sunday- school at 10 a. m.. E. M.
Kirk, superintendent. Preaching of 431
.he Word at 11 a. m. Evening song sl'
service at 7:30. followed by preaching. tr
Wednesday night prayer and class to
meeting at. 7:30, led by Mrs. R. W.
Weston. Every member is requested t1,
to be present at this service. It
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MANNINGTON FIRST CHRISTIAN **
CHURCH. <lc
H. B. Hanes, Pastor. sh
Evangelistic service begip Sunday
to continue th-onghont the -week, the si<
local pastor to be assisted by his
brother, Rev. A. E. Hanes, of Browns- dt
ville. Pa. A very cordial invitation is of
extended to the pitolie to attend ail
these servicer. Rally L-ny in the Snn ac
day scbooL An attendance of 200 ex- P*
pected. "Get-together Day" for the da
membership of the church at morn teg t
service. Sermon theme, "Eyes That: ar
See.' Christian Endeavor meets atja
6:30; always an interesting, helpful I
A oarmATi tA tliA onrrAuHnp I df
at 7:30. If yon have recently bad affliction,
adversity?it discouraged, ye
come, hear- _ ui
tl<
WQRTH1NGTON CHRISTIAN to
CHURCH. th
B. E. Hanes. Pastor. px
Sunday school at 10 a. to. Common- $1
ion ani social service at 11 a. n C<
Evangelistic meetings In this church ai
Our, Americai
lectin^. Bafld op thebfcod willi in ti
first discovered snd'msde by Dr. Piaro
yon bare good rea uooa <w in
enemy, successfully?whether it is I
odd or spring ;fever_ j Aneriet neec
men need to be strong.'; Then "there
tonic which has bome the recoomc
people during the p?t fifty years. It
Medical Discovery, and can be bad'ii
stores at 60 cents a eiaL-e* It has t
extracts to bring "pep," visa, fitafit
v> . , : %
in begin about the midd'e ot Jrrmry.
Get ready to attend and Wp.
reaching on First and Third "Samays
m each month. morning And
ronfwg- Everybody invited to all the
ailcaa Of this church.
THE SALVATION- AKMT. >. j
214 Jackson Street
aptain and Mrs. Mm OTlerae b I
Command. Lknt JsmaF.
Fornof, Assistant.
Jail meeting at 10:30 a. m. Son-!
ay School at 2:30 p. in. Open Air I
eeting at 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic j
eeting at 8 p. m.
The public is cordially invited to
:tend all these services, especially
lose that do not attend an? ether
sllgious church of worship.
FLEMING CHAPEL.
Sundaw school at 9:30 o'clock.
No toeh nerrices.
PALATINE BAPTIST CHTTCCH
Rev. C. F. Eddy. Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.. with
asses for all ages. Morning service
: 10:45 a. m.: r.orning theme "Enstment
in Christian Service." This
eek has been devoted to the layen's
Enlistment Campaign. Every
ember in the church and congrrgaon
should see that his pledge is
ade to engage in some definite
hristian service. "War is over, but
te obligation of the church to serve
more lmperauvo uiau wvu
: e ranks of workers by signing the
rh-isiian Enlistment "War Boll.
B. Y. P. C. meeting at 8:30, a
lanksglving service under the leadship
of Junior Group, Mrs. J. W.
rown. chairman. Let all Juniors be
-esent.
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock,
srmon topic "The New Name."
Prayer Meeting Wednesday oven- Z
g at 7:30. Subject "The Duty of
aanks giving."
Preston County Buckwheat. Home
yle for breakfast each morning,
oyer's Restaurant. Adv.
Get your Thanksgiving Turkey at
obb & Kramer's.?Adv.
Home Baked Pies and Pastries,
overs Restaurant. Arvt
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LAXATIVES NOW
r. Becker Says Life Is a Joy, Without
Constipation or Stomach
Trouble.
"I had catarrh of the stomach and
;ad for three years. My stomach
as so bad that every time I ate anying
sweet, such as fruit or pastry,
e burning hot water would ran out
my mouth. X had to take a laxative
ery night.
"Since taking Milks Emulsion, my
iwels move regularly. I hare now
ken ten bottles and have gained 10%
Kinds. All my friends remark how
le I am looking, and it seems a pleas e
to live again, without stomach
ouble."?Mere JsecKer, unarm, umo. _
Physics usually make slaves out of
elr users, and weaken the bowels lnead
of correcting them. Stomach
ouble in many cases Is directly due
constipation.
Milks Emulsion Is a pleasant, nutri>e
food and a corrective medicine,
restores healthy, natural bowel aeon,
doing away with all need of pills
id physics. It promotes appetite and
ilckly puts the digestive organs in
ape to assimilate food. As a bnildof
flesh and strength. Milks Emulon
is strongly recommended to runiwn
nervous people, and it has proiced
amazing results in many cases
asthma, chronic bronchitis and tuirculosis
of the longs. Chronic stomh
trouble and constipation are
omptly relieved?usually in one
y.
This is the only solid emulsion made
id so palatable that it is eaten with
spoon like ice cream. A truly wonirful
medicine ifor weak, sickly chlien.
<Haf4a? Vrttw cQroro "TOTil- fMISP
UlOkb^i MV TT ,
ia are urged to try Milks Emulsion
ider this guarantee?Take six bot;s
home with you, use it according
directions, and if not satisfied with
e results, your money will be
omptly refunded. Price 61c and
.20 per bottle. The Milks Emulsion
>, Terre Haute, IncL Sold and guariteed
by "W. R. Crane Drug Co.
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i Workmen
A country worth fighting
for ia- worth working
> V. __
XOri ine tniui wuu r-?j
be driving: rivets in i ship
. \ or a tank is backing: tip
J the boys at the front. It
is not on the battlefields
alone that this war is being:
fought. It is waged behind
the lines, in the factory,
in the workshop, on
the farm and in the home
as truly as in the trenches.
? The pele-cheeked woman
at borne as well is the
> workman in the shop feels
\> x that lack of "snap" and
"^energy wmcn reu dioou
Qf-' should bring1. Perhaps be
w - or the has had an attack;
f* of the Tnflnmra, in conseHfqueoce
the blood Jacks
)C- tone. - Perhaps tie;-red- I
-^"Vblood ' corpuscles^ *Te
rao-tome tablet, called "huatic,"
a. After taking this toaktablet
tatae liver, and you can. face -the .
the. gerna of- grip, a '
Is-its strong- men. aad.Aoeziana
is "that >blood-mAei and. herbal
odatioas-of many tbonsmds<pf
'is caDed Doctor PSerce's GoKJen ?
tablet form atrahnostyd-dror
be - right ouniTiinatiop rof,hta-faaI
r irnd Tifor,-to -yBaf*Wh{n|you
ri Diaep^ay IMWetB yonVaffeel
Boys' Winter
TJiir Entire Stock of Men
Marked at trices Much Less
$15 Suite and Overcoats of 75 J $f
to ICO per cent wool cloth. Val- cor
a< 520.00. yea
59U for men's and younp men's 51
Suits and Overcoats of 75 W *
to 100 per cent wool materials, goc
Values to $30.90. yea
944 Cf| for men's and young -k_
ft&ivv men's Salts and Or- m J
ercoats of all-wool materials, inclndlng
serges. Values to S3u.
yea
I QO for boys' 50 to 75 per
fTiOw.ent -wool aorfollc styles #4
Suits?sizes 8 to 17 years. Valuea
to 3S.50. M<!
- to
0 CI) for boys'75 to 10.? Pcr
9,911 cent wool corfolk salts. ? r
Including nayy bine serges. Sires i *
S to .17 years. Values 815.00. j es.
i TORT
Caps? H/Irris
$1.25 ' O*! -SOVrowyCi
ANNOUNC
The undersigned has
Fleming Greenhouse on
Practical, experienced floi
charge of both the grown
ii _ ?i. . j '
wen as me designing ant
Patrons may confident
that will meet their most i
ments. The business will
name of the Fleming Gr<
ask a continuance of th
.tended the former propri<
AND
LQOl
INTO
THIS^
?
Statement that onr restaur
the most sanitary way?^
the markets?we ha?e the
mont and know that the c
and our service is always
teous..
Boyer's Rei
223 Ufadisoi
MUIlllIIIIIItlllillllillllllllllll
1 CLOSING
S MOW
= only one
I The Boo
i Thousand
gaa Distributed bj
~ The West V
I 1 ^ 98
= presehts** vs|
?= rw Mln ?sr>iiee. I (wr
S Greatest- Song Boo
? n* ?ol?nil talc, imu Won mueiupts
I awn than lliuu?nil ot tke world's mc
?? s^a.^ to hg^aeujanMslwd. Jh th
S PRICE LESS THAI* ONE TENT
- j i .
^ j!
*s and Boys' Clothing te a
Than Present Values* - jl
? H^WM
- MM J
i 95 for b?7** m$utM7 i
duroy lined. Sizes X to t 1
era. Vtln? $9.00.
11 Alitor boys' all-wool rail- ||
I wUitary cloth o-rcrooaxs.
?d serge lining, sizes S to 10 ml fl
ts?selling elsewhere at 015.
I ?
f jjr for boys* wool mackl- .If -3j
99 nates In mixed check 11
t plaid patterns, sizes 8*to ZS |
re. Values to $12.00.
| CAfor men's all-wool caa- || "j
' ww aim ere trousers In light If " . " "-".-H
1 dark grey patterns. Values H . J
EAlor men's and youths' II Clb'*
LwU corduroy riding oreech- II
selling at $6.50 elsewkeru. II
~~Z7- i Men's Eeury II sjH
HFpEWV-* Paric II ? SSI
Ow I J
$2.50 ] I
EMENT J
taken over the
Locust Avenue,
rists will be put in
ig department, as
I sales rooms ^
iy expect service
fastidious require
remain under the
eenhouse, and we .
ie patronage exetor.
REWHAUGE. \
iTTI-i
ant is conducted in
re buy the best in H
best chef in Fair*
looking- is the best ; ^
.prompt and courstaurant
|
a Street. '
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