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[ Xocal Toon? Man Wait: Through War's Last Siiife"""^ Bin. Whmlfred Murphy, of McKtnE jtty streets hai received the following letter written November nC^fiea ber son, First Lieutenant r' JnD WwfitOTDhr* Xy Barling Mother, Sister and J Brother:?Goes* ycra have received the rihliiiniii long ago by the ttm?* H|uu receive this tetter as I sent It to r Jim ebontTKovember 20, saying, "Safe. I ad I did Thank the war Z ever attle of the Artade two drives e of the Mease t sad which endyon all about >me and stories were true you ' dear. I have care to see and >rch again and again with my i through safely hat didn't. I'm trds of the town 's rather famous tel of Portugal, id their last big tel where I am the spree which e is sow a civllnd Gaby Is holdh is only three 11- The famous p here and I ener. They also over France. 1 ;t will wait and Christmas pres rrice for packKwges win more than likely be crowded Ksmd^T.can ' wait until I come home aahlch.1 hope wont be so vety long. I Bmjtpbse yea had great celebrations ^ raer/thnre when the armistice was BMgned. There was little or no celeIffYi" if"*? the forward areas over here we could hardly believe the good Baas**.: X-was at Lo-Mort-Hcmme (The BSrt'JIsn) at 11 o'clock ou the 11th : November when the annistics went Kfuto egect-and that night we bad camp ffdJreS horning brightly and yon can't ttiiiftlliie-how odd it seemed as always E belore at night we never let any lights ow on account of the enemy aerotbe. last drive. It is back Bg^Gedan. Ton can look op on your Kattagcwbere X now am. It is just a few Em&ierfroei Nevers in Central France. a^Will, close foV time with love and to von all and wishing you lexry Christmas and Happy New toonr affectionate son and brother, BpiANNINGTON | " 31x_Hnught Wedding. gj^yaTTtfis Henry Six of this city and Bafas Stella Jane Hanght of Wetzel comity were married on Christmas Ravening at the home of the bride's E sister, Mrs. B. p. Powell of Burt Hill. ceremony was performed by Rev. E' John Bcddow. pastor of the M. E. a church. They wiH reside In Manning\T.: y'Krorn Camp Sheridan, Prlrata Okey C. Crlm has arrived ^^xjhisjiomenear here after being nmsE^^jjdaWtcftte TD.^S. anny service at fl Five and Costs. ggjallep Vainer, who came out second Kbestina fist fight with Clarence Clovis P^'llirtet street on Christmas evenwhich the former is said to started, -was fined $o and costs gjg^aheaxlng before Mayor Hamilton on Saturday. . Clevis was released. Ueutemnt Conover. 8?p3ent. Roy C Conover Is the go est I here, having been released ggaaarmy service at Caiqp Meade, Md. ^He was a former teacher in the public IXtfghtner of the aviation re; at Montgomery. Ala^Tis here Ola holidays with his father, a - Armstrong of the IT. S. I rice at Camp Sherman. Ohio, tor a visit with Us father, T*" " m Fort Ben J. Harrison. Robert Ash is at the home eats, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Ash. tty after being mustered ont ay^se^ce^at Fort Benjamin tra. WHlIstm Stewart, Fourth . ?? Surgical operation. Be, the 11-year-old daughter tngie Chaffton. underwent a of fhe tonsils and adenoids ? ner noma in High street, on. Sattrrteoxm was perHtur in honor of his retain to as array ig amp near Chicago, after peautta^s far days* -visit here. SCasr e, friends of James, -were Mjcescat, sayndlug a pleasant evening. old pneumonia at his home UTW mj.ytfUnv p tttt Harry Thorn** of the XT. & navy, who spent Christmas with Ui wife hers, has returned to Newport, E. L, where he to stationed. F. H. Pitzer was a, business visitor in "Wheeling on Saturday Silas Mattbewwof Farmington was a. business visitor in Mannfngton on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Altle . Atha have returned to their home InBeltsvBle. M(L, after a visit with relatives here. Mrs. L. M Stone spent Christmas with her sen. X Ens s sell Stone, In Wheeling. Mr and Mrs. Iocian H- Boor are spending the holidays with, relatives in Ohio. Miss Beryl Stewart has returned from a few days* visit in Wheeling Mrs. Allie Harvey and daughtOer, Miss Mildred, of Fairmont, are spending the holidays with Dr. Phoebia Moore, here Mrs. C. X. Mockler was a vltitor in Wheeling , on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. X F. Rex of Hundred, spent yesterday with the former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hex, in High street. Miss Charlotte Snodgrass has returned to hei home at Barracksville. after a several weeks' visit with her cousin, Mra. T. V. Morgan, in 1/xnist street. Miss Dotaline Hamilton has returned from a visit with friends in Moundsville. The Misses Ida and Iva Bosley of ' Morgantovn, and Miss Boyd of Fairmont, were guests of the former's aunt, Mrs. Lillian Stone, in Howard street, a few days the past week. Miss Virginia Hewitt returned yesterday to her school at Langleth. Pa., after a 7isit of several days with her : mother in Men roe street Mrs. R. E. Dvis has returned home after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. ! Hugh fioran in Akron, Ohio. The Missea Ruth and Lena Hamil- j ton of Fairmont are guests of Miss j Nellie Rogerson in Pleesant street Mrs C C Coffmaa of Clayton street, I * Catarrh is a Real E and Requires Vi Do Not Neglect It. When yon use medicated sprays, : : atomizers and douches for your Ca- j i tarrh, you may succeed in unstopping 3 ! the choked-up air passages for the 3 time being, but this annoying condition returns, and you have to do the < same thing over and over again. 1 Catarrh has never yet been cured by these local applications. Have : yon ever experienced any real benefit < from such treatment? ' "FUR Masonic T Closing our boo: out thanking you f have given us?^ our principal debts J. R. Ros ROSS An erroneous repori straight on this point, we 1 business at the old stand v) MASONIC D TEMPLE ' f m&es wwwefl f \ VEftRS REV0UTT1 f UttvflcTft ttKUJW I UST, ftrt'-wtn \ TO GET W A*?N V hsticfio . ? " T > is here for a -visit with her son, A. C. Perry. 8 Done? P. Jones has retarnedto his home in Monrdsvflle, after a lew days' -visit with -W* brother here. . 7. Efsw -was a business -visitor in Littleton on Saturday. Sergt. G. R Bedow and sister. Miss Gladys, ore -visiting friends in Weston. The Misses Mabel aivert and Winifred Ryan -were guests of friends in Wheeling for the week end. Mrs. Eleanor Knnttl and tons are spending the holidays at their home In Morgantown. Mrs. Kxuztti is a teacher in the local schools. John A. Ford of the Marion Window Glass company has returned to his home in Columbus, Ohio, after a business -visit here. Miss Mary Weekley has returned from a visit at her home In Harrisville. -wmtaTTt r;<.TTP-Vi!in Hatnrnftd Saturday ! evening to training camp at Camp | Sheridan. Alabama, after a visit with his mother here [ Mrs George Prim left today for a 'several days' visit with relatives In ; Morgan town Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ash are gloving ! from Beegtua to the Long residence at ; Market and Main streets. ! 0 Revival - services began last evening at the M. E. church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. John Beddow. The series will continue indefinitely. ? Home baked Pies and Pastries. Boyel's Restaurant. Adv ; PyfOTHess fix I VI Rodoc* your doctor** AsEeT M bill* by keeping ? ^ nhviTfl on bend? Ia NEW PRICBS-'V. 6Qg. lidO Inemy gorous Treatment Throw these makeshift remedies to the winds, and get on the right treatment. Go to your drug store to-day, J get a bottle of S-S.S-and commence j a treatment that has been praised by j sufferers for nearly half a century. ! S. S. S. gets right at the source of j Catarrh, and forces from the blood die germs which cause the disease. If on can obtain special medical advice regarding your own case without j cnarge oy writing- xo meaicai ytw- i tor, 22 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. J| SS FURF NITURE WOR emple ks for the year withor the business you vould leave one of j i unpaid.' ?s, President, FURNITURE CO. ; has gotten out-that we either lave been asked to sell and mi ith the expectation of renderb n p ? nree yus> Tea Carts Reduced From $18.50 to $14.80 $20.50 to $16.40 $22.00 to $17.60 OSS FURh "Furniture Wortl PC t\ V' ' > T??V [ c*n * I A* Jr, " J Jj WE^P^'i * " two children spent Christmas with Rer. and Mrs. C. E. Heather at Fairmont. _ Mr. and Mrs. "Will West and "two sons of Grafton spent Christmas day with-J. J. Harris and family as did also several other near relatives. Mr. and Mrs. KMrrg Curry and daughter avers the guests of Mr and Mrs. Albert Carry at Norwood on Wednesday. Miss Lfflisn Hylbert was -visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. Hawkins, on Wednesday. Miss Ethel Harris Is spending the holidays at her home here. Worlc was slack at the Amos mines Thursday on account of the engine being broken. A new root has Just been pat on the house of Mrs. Miranda Hartley, which adds much to its appearance. Mrs. WHlism Prickett spent Wednesdav with Mrs. Snider at Fairmont. - Miss Evlyn Prickett of Fairmont I TILE WORK i J* 4> 3 3 Anyone wanting tile bath rooms | set or repaired, tile mantels set 3; or coal grates set, call 5XOJ. - \ J 1?f Advertise in? TheV Subscribe forThe Read? The \X 1 j irnjRE ^ VMM whbb wmmm i?ii mi n TH LIVING W . / *?V Jeffer In a few days our buy< nual visit to the furniture n son has left our stock with ( have broken for our custo: highgrade China Closets, tl Mahogany Beds, one in Wal and Settees; a few Chiffoi will discount the above 20 p goes to the market, at whi the above. had or were about to sell out ist confess it was tempting. H ag you better service in the i Strength, Dun and Comfc All combined in this one < slip-seat, easily removed fo stering. Upholstered ir Spanisn .Leatner; uoiaen u Sold regularly for $46.00 f< can buy a set today for :.?P IITURE CO t Living With" ^ SQUIRREL. FOQ3 ~ tooKtr vmkt Yotfke } YOUR GAS v M MUD-WKT PUDSHES \ SPUftSHtti'vr hLLOVB? J . iQCErtr wstmoer 2 V'mt? toA-catmrntfrzlJ Jjite Sergcnt on CuWiiim day. So tor a? 1%. are *Me to leem Hbere Is ieij Httlo ulrliiiiii la this community at this -srrftiiic and ire ue in Sopo the Sue has cane to itsy. HOMf-MADf Aftiimi mmniv buuun dficur Cured Husband and Chltd, Wife and Mother States. Mrs. A- Jennings, 1734 Axmitage avenue, Chicago. 111. writes. ~I heard of Ddentho-Laxene about two years ago, and since then would not be without it. My husband bad been coughing for about four jeers, summer and winter, and now be Is cured of it and for my child I think there is nothing better in the world for a cold, for it helps at once!" The best cough, cold and catarrh medicine ever found is the essence Metho-LSxene. Directions with a 2% ounce bottle concentrated tells how to make at home a full pint of delicious, curative medicine.?Adv. r- | /est Virginian N ( T : -J> r I Jest Virginian | - ! fest Virginian Ip^.y |j| CO. ITH" I: son Street j' >r will make his semi-anlarket. A very busy sea- |! )dd pieces from suites we 11 mers, consisting of four ?' iree Beautifully designed jtj nut; a number of Chairs | liers and Dressers.- We |1 . er cent before our buyer ch time he will fill in on I ? In order to put all 1; owever, we are still doing |j 'uture than in the past. ibility I rre-uphol- i I i Genuine f I ?ak Frame. j| )r set. You n Jill] 36.80 r~aTf I JEFFERSON STREET >?BY AHERN ( YOU IvteEDft-PORnOHOF * /TYttHK STUFF VhlTHPCTTLF I TIRE UrtDER YOUR "OERB \ YHl STUFFED OWL- \ HO? \ YOU RUtf WR> A* MUD OF OCEW,>ORSOMPI*J iK Jr3y!^ilil II if ing^'cM*th-Wt Crane today and tomorrow tractive opportunities for i desirable, dependable and i especially good things are advertise. To appreciate the values see the merchandise. Up to $19-50 Women's and Misses' Coats of Velvet, Zlbelhje, Kersey, and Cheviot. .....$12.50 Up to $25.00 Women's and Misses' [ Hosts of Velonr. Kersey Pomnom t Up to $29.75 Women's Coats of Velours. Broadcloths. Kerseys and 5^3 $18.75! Up ,to $23.50 Women's Coats of *>"?? Velours. Broadcloths S'.f^T. $27.50 Up to $49.50 Women's Coats of fine broadcloths velours * and plushes, . roll lined with tine, *nr am quality fancy silk, at . ..fOd.UU ; $2.00 to $2.50 Women's Long Flannelette Kimonos. Empire style. . trimmed with satine ?-| jr A around neck and cuffs at 1.3 U ( $3.00 Women's FTanneltte House ' Dresses excellent quality, high ' grade make, can be worn either * high or low neck, in Pfl CA ; sizes up to 52 bust, at V $2.00 Women's White or black twoclasp French Kid Gloves of soft ( and pliabie skins, with beautiful , karward stitchings on #1 CA ] back, at #1m3U , 75c Women's-Black or Grey Cash- ' mere Gloves, comfortable and warm, excellent for CQta ' shopping:, at ? ,?wv i 89c Women's Medium Weight Rib- ^ bed Vest, with high neck and long i sleeves an'd ankle length pants to ' match regular and extra 75 1 size, at .....................I vC ) Sr*2Sm FBR t|HHa|a^aaB^MK:ZK]m Home baked Pies ana Pastries. Boy j" r*s Restaurant. Adv j Bell-ans ICTiYy^k\ Sure Relief BELL-ANS i VFOR INDIGESTION There is no need of enduring the discomfort that comes from a skin : which itches and bums, or is marred t by patches of eruption. Resinol Oint- 3 ment usually relieves itching at once, 1 and quickly makes the skin clear and healthy again. u Resii ~ CTriRT5WknH0 Jf )' y REMOUmoM \ ' < \ C wrxo SPft ) fife r tcmkks'fV-S?-1 * C ^jpeoPLE ' w'- - a.* rprv AY<wififtni?1 csvinoc a?' I needed merchandise. Many I in quantities too smaS tdS we are pfferingr, yoirmustl v . $1.50 Women's IT mi i/ijfm Bleached Ribbed Union Salts, with I high neck and long sleeves jujjjHM 1st sizes, Cp to $9.75 Boy's Serviceable Suits I \ ot wool mixed materials, in dark:-? and light colors, made in the nesr.;!-.,^ treach styles. Some have "Bi*ea?Js|| trousers. Sires 8 to "'I Cp to $10.00 Boy's Overcoats in all ? wool overcoating cloths. convert$-jw^3 ble collars. Sizes to 17 IJC ACj years at Ve?W j $13.00 Boy's Military Overcoats.'? made exactly like IT. S. Army Or-/?* ercoats, from wool kahhi coior^J cloth. Sizes up #1 A AA I to 16 years, at ... T' W || 73c Men's Black or Grey Wool'ipgaM Cashmere Half Hose, in. sizes 9% I a pair ? Men's $1?5 Heavy-weight Fleeced Shirts or Drawers, all ?4 f|J| I I sizes, at, each WI "WW -I JGxSO Genuine ' Nashua** Wool-nap, 3j plaid or solid color grey or tan jsg Blankets, regular $8.50 to $9.00 : ralues, per Jg* AC vpj pair 12x84 Strictly All Wool Bath Warp ..J ind Filling, made of fine quality long wool yarn, comes black and ' fl white, grey and white, blue and M white tan and white and pink and white blocks, weighs about'4% lbs., . -'la present market value S4 ? SA 20.00. Our price f IvaWV ! ' W Union Dentists McCrory*? 5 & 10c Store, Main St. ' - jfl too thin? and has been a standardatanT"^ ratment lor over twenty years, so 'ou need not hesitate to use it or ecommend i^ to your friends. . Sold by *11 Jiusshtl. ... Rttuui Smtmttc Stick Umh tm jrrv*xt arri> ttum.