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iiterestnig Program to be
p>:^?endered There Tuesday
'-" * mooting- rr-MrTi will b<> In
Charge of various departments of the
.BflMtX. E- chnreh will be held at. the
church on Tuesday evening to wjjhich
Igf, IfXl 'members of the church andd^sonjpP
. gregation are invited to attend for the
rafc;r . - entire service or tor a part of the serIsSr
' The meeting win start at 7:30
[pc ' o'clock with the regular monthly
U^,-- r. meeting of the Woman's Foreign MisVj0.
'' \ aionary society which will render the
I. > following program: Trio, the Misses
' Mabel Toothman, Ruth Wilson, Ethel
Tccthman; devotional, led by Mrs.
Jennie Engle; solo, the Rev. Gcod1
' winr lecture with stereopticon views
H ; ; by Bev. 'Goodwin on the subject.
Hn. "Workers in the Orient." Distribution
-;o fthe year book followed by a social
m . hour with the following hostesses:
V . "Mrs. C. O. Jackson, Mrs. Austin WilH
- son and Mrs. J. D. Hecker.
p The program is in charge of Mrs.
B*:> J. Altman's division of the organil;f".
ration. At 10:30 o'clock a service of
H?;' 1 'testimony will be held for one hour
I .and at 11:30 the Sacrament of the
. Lord's Sapper will be observed. A
B prayer or conservation service will be
held at midnight.
K ' Farming eMthods Will Be
H Taag-h in an Intensive
has arrived all over the counKf
> .y -or organization and to make the
k farm Bureau of Marion county 100 per
K - cent, efficient, and of great service.
V there mast be local units throughout
; the country. There are 2.333 farms in
B, this county and it is not too early,
even in the midst of ice and snow to
B>' v start working on the new plan of coB
operation which has been submitted
by the United States Department of
- Agriculture and State Extension de.,
partment. County Farm Agent W. E.
Hit McComas is already enthusiastic about
Hp the work and has outlined a comrau^^H.
ziity plan of organization which will
^Ky^inCIade committeemen in each comf.jC?
; manity. These committeemen will
choose demonstrators who will enB
deavor from time to time to show how
W best to grow various important prodnets
according to improved methods:
Mr'' such as corn, wheat, clover, apples.
K . : small fruit, livestock, oultry and other
A special campaign has been
. planned for this spring in every localB
ity to aronse farmers to the very topH
notch of activity. The work will inBp
elude special instruction on soil improvement.
The proper use of lime
B will be gone into more thoroughly
B 1 than ever before. Meetings have been
P' V planned by McComas and this work
B-' ;r of better farming will be discussed
every standpoint at each ot these
Kf- ' meetings. The first one will be held
Bjr. .- this evening at Monumental. TomorJ
. row a meeting will be held at Ballah
Chapel. January 1, Mt. Harmony;
jSfjiS January 1. Springer school: January
l?'- 3, Lowe school; January 4. Gran Seville:
January 6, Davis Ridge: Janu\
ary' 7. Haxter Hill; January 8. Fha
Iraoh's run; January 9, Flat Run: January
10, Fairview. and on Januarwll.
there will be an Important meeting at
one In the afternoon at the office of
W. E- McComas In the court house, to
discuss putting together all plans discussed
at the various meetings. In
this'* manner an excellent working ba?sis
will have been established for the
County Plan of Work.
. -Meetings are to be held once a
month in the various communities
throughout Marion county in order
that work may be gone over and dis
cussed and problems of local Interest
f taken up. These meetings will furnish
a common meeting ground where
farmers may co-operatively bny such
materials as fertilizer, seeds, feed and
anything else which may be bought
better and cheaper in large quantities.
It is also planned that through
a co-ocprative working this year, farmers
may pool their products for sale.
If they so desire. There are a hundred
or more objects to be gained
-through co-operative activities. Coun.
ty Farm Agent McComas has his plans
wen in hand and is anxious to get the
work started. The main object is to
so organise all of Marion county farmers
that the county agent may know
at'all times Just what is going on:
so TGtart he may be of greater service
to each farm community. It is impossible
for a county agent to visit every
one of over 2.000 farms. By appointing
demonstrators who through large
experience can best demonstrate to
others more satisfactory methods of
work. County Agent McComas feels
-that a better farm bureau and better
y results from that farm bureau ca^oe
Jolm Brown Tells
fe Bis War Experiences
; The Rev. John J. Brown, formerly
BL \ ' <. pastor of the Palatine Baptist church.
He -and who recently returned from
Hp \France where he had boen engaged In
' war T. M. C. A. work, spoke to a large
P suite at the First Presbyterian
fi,"r church last evening concerning his exH&';"
. . periences at the front and his impres.
sions gleaned in the service. The adHgs'
dress was generally considered among
g$\,. tho best war talks ever given in this
"city and he was given the closest atI
- -tention thronghont his discourse.
Iter, Mr. Brown was right at the front
K:.;- and so dose was he to the Qgbtihc
ne thtthe was obliged to resort to
j Guests
of Miss Helmick. d
Miss Frances Helmick, who is home' r
from Sweet Briar college. Sweet Briar. J v
Va.. for the holidays, will have as her; r
guests the latter part of the week Miss j
Olive Mitchell, of Bedford. Ind.: Miss!
Helen Beggett. of Pittsburgh, and Miss j
Helen jHodken, of New York, all of j r
whom are school mates of Miss Hel- j (
mick at Sweet Briar college. Miss ,
Steward Case, another school mate; *
who accompanied Miss Helmick here t
for the holidays, is yet a guest at the ^
Helmick home, and the five young women
leave Saturday for school. Miss: .
Florence Djwden of this city, a stu- j
dent at Swcel Briar, will also return' *
there, aftetspending the holidays here.}
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With Mrs. Peters.
The Adult and Young Peoples socle- !
ties of the First M. E. church, south.1 1
will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the) 4
home of Mr-'. A. B. Peters. The Rev. j t
R. J. Yoak will address the members! I
and pledge cards for the coming year 1 i
will be distributed. The Misses Etliel j
and Jessie Ice will assist Mrs. Peters I I
in entertaining. j (
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To Winchester, Va. a
Charles Robinson and son. Fred. < 1;
Robinson, former residents of this city.!
were guests of honor at a Joint birth- ; A
day dinner party at the home of the J
latter, in Winchester. Va.. on Sunday,
at which the former's two brothers t
and sister. Harry P. Robinson. Clar- c
enee Robinson, and Mrs. A. W. Sterl- a
ing. who went there on Saturday for i v
the event, were guests. Accompanying j c
them were Mrs. Harry p. Robinson 11
and daughter. Miss Mildred, Miss Hel-i p
en Robinson, and brothers. Albert and I \
uuuct u. vu.'iuicu vi v^taicucc ivuuiucvu, j.
Charles Robinson's anniversary falls c
on Xew Year's day. and his sons on <;
yesterday, and the event was cele- c
hrated Jointly.
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To Florida.
Mrs. Harvey Shaln and daughter, i
Miss Lucille, leaves the latter part of!
the -week foi St Petersburg, Fla.,where !
they will spend the remainder of the
m ?
Entertained Men.
Superintendent Ralph Day and Mrs.
Day, the former superintendent ofj
construction of the new RIvesville !
J Power plant entertained the foremen i
I and department beads of the Sander- j
i son and Porter Co.. the construction j
I company at a party on Saturday night i
at their home at 222 Walnut avenue. I
' George Pay acted as toastmaster at!
the event which was a delightful one !
of attractive appointments. Recently
the host was presented with a hand- '
some diamond ring by the men who
were bis guests on this occasion. j
? ?
For Relatives. i
Mrs. Jas. Burns entertained at din-!
iter on Satrday at her home on Locust !
avenne honoring her niece. Miss
Katharyn Haggerty. and her nephew :
Bernard Haggerty of Farmington who
are home from school for the holidays
and for John Barry, of the Marine
Corps. Quantlco. Ya.. Miss Haggerty
attends the Chicago University and <
Mr. Haggerty attends the Washington j '
University at Washington P. C. ! <
* ! i
vpsti i-uo? . .
i Open House at the T. M. C. A. in j "
which the members of the *Y* and of 1
the Young Women's department win '
participate will be a New Year's dayevent
which will attract a large number
of Rests. The event will continue
through the evening hours.
Christmas Dinner With Classmate. 4
Carney Christie, starring in '"The 3
Very Good Eddie" company which appeared
on Christmas day in Wilmington.
Del., was entertained at Chrstmas
dnner at the home of'Mr. and Mrs. ,
I Edward Clinton Ferriday. Mrs. Ferri- j
{day who was before her marriage. ?
I Miss Ruth Arnett. of 'this,-city and Mr. .
I Christie were not only blend* during
I their residence here bat were" school
J mates at the Lcbnd Powers Dramatic, .
I school -In PoBtfflB bOlh>l
io" Company is now playing engageaents
in several eastern cities and
vill return to New York for a long
tin there.
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Victory Reception at the Fairmont.
The New Years day event of paranount
interest especially in feminine
:ircles is the Victory reception on
Ccw Years* Day at which the Wornin's
Club win he host to it's friends.
The occasion is an annual one but
vitli this years important events in
nind. has peculiar signiflgance and
las been styled by the Sociability
:oniinit:ee under the direction of
which the arrangements have been
nade, asc a Victory reception instead
>f the usual New Year open house.
The event will be held at The Fairnont
hotel instead of in the Club
iparunents as previously announced,
he change having been made by members
of the house and socability comnittee.
With the exception of Mrs. Howard
C. Ogden. all former presidents of the
Tub including the present imcumbent
ilrs. J. Walter aBraes will be present
ind win be included in the receiving
ine. They include Mrs. Thomas Walter
Fleming. Mrs. George Thomas
Vatson Mrs. eGorge DeBolt, Mrs. Jas.
t. Meredith.
A meeting of the sociability comnitfee
was held recently at the home
if the chairman Mrs. C. L. Holland,
.nd plans were formed which are
forking out with much success. The
:ommittee is composed of Mrs. Holand
chairman, Mesdames J. I. Carlenter.
W. H. Conoway, E. C. Jones,
V. A. Weidebusch, R. M. Hite, L. G.
s m diempr t. E. Johnson.
>. F. Lough. E. T. Kelley J. H. Mc."Ioskpy,
George Price. J. W. Stevens,
j. J. Brobst, Miss Mary Ellen Henry.
The receiving hours are from 3 unit
5 o'clock.
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Miss Mary Rosaiie Hessian, daugher
of Mr. and Mrs. John Hessian, and
.Villiam M. Kennedy, son of Mrs.
Uichael Kennedy, -were united in marriage
this morning at 6 o'clock at St.
Peter's Catholic church, nuptial mass
jeing celebrated by the Reverend
Pather Boutlou. The bride was at;ended
by her sister. Miss Margaret
Hessian, and James Kennedy, a broth;r
of the groom, was his attendant.
The bride was attired in a becoming
roat suit of blue broadcloth with trimmings
in nutria fur. Sho wore a hat
:o match and grey shoes and gloves.
Following the ceremony Mr. and
VIrs. Kennedy left for Pittsburgh en
oute to eastern points on a several
lays' wedding journey.
The bride is tho eldest daughter
>f her parents and is a young woman.
>f much personal charm and popular
imong an extended circle of friends.
Mr. Kennedy is a prominent local lawyer
and was formerly county superintendent
of schools. . They will take up
their residence here.
Guests In City.
Mrs. George M. Alexander and
laughter. Miss Virginia, and son, Edward.
of Washington. I>. C.. are guests
of the former's" sister. Mrs. Jas. A.
Meredith, in Morgan town avenfe.
' *'?? 3 "? ! TM Mororlflfch
wrs- .11UUU1UC1 BUU ? ?v.
went to Morgantown today to spend
die afternoon with their sister, Mrs
Terrence Stewart.
At Billingsley Home.
Mr, and Mrs. Guy Billingtley. of
ICevark, Ohio, arrived here Saturday
ivening and are guests at the home
jf Morgan Billingsley on Locust aveine.
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To Entertain X>. A. K.
Mrs. Waitman H. Conaway, regent
f the William Haymond Chapter of
the Daughters of the American Revolution.
vitt entertain members cf the
:hapter at a tea on Tuesday afternoon
at her home on "Virginia avenue.
C? - . A
!NO STAUtrf {
FEB. T*Mt.
i friends at ditrer on Saturday nignt
I at the home of his parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. George Thomas Watson, on Fairmont
avenue. The guests included
members of the Bicycle Ranger's;
clab, a number of whom are home for j
! the holidays from out of town schools.:
riniiTiiin iimum
Tirol I INIi Mil |
? I
Could Not Determine Merits
of Their Fray at One
| Hearing.
I A hair pulling and face-slapping affray.
-which took place on the corner
;f Slain and Jefferson streets on Saturday
nig.nt in front of the H. and H.
drug store, was aired in police court
this morning and as sufficient evidence
was not attainable to fix the guilt on
, the proper person the case was carried
over until tomorrow morning when jt
! will be further aired. The fight oo
i currred over the supposed attentions
i of one woa-an's husband toward the
I other participant in the fight. The
1 woman whose husband was the cause
i of the affray stated that the other wo'
man had been receiving the attentions
of her spouse while the supposed cul
prit stated that she scarcely knew the
other woman's husband. After hear
ing the conflicting ' evidence of both
women the mayor held Bessie Lockett.
I the woman with the offending husband,
! under a forfeit of $15. and the other
woman. Roxic Holmes, forfeit of $10.
; F. T. Redman was found drunk on
' the streets of the city Sunday and was
i taken to his home. The man was sick
! and in no condition to go to Jail X. G.
1 Campbell, arrested near the Kenyon
]Jiotel, forfeited $5 when he failed to
! appear to answer to a charge of being
! tirnnk Saturday, and C. A. F. "Wilson,
arrested on Qnincy street, on Saturdav
, night, also forfeited $10 when he did
not appear this morning.
| freTTreatment
(Continued from page one.)
j trol of venereal diseases within the
, ranks, is rigid. Prior to demobiliza '
tion. the tense fighting morale of the
forces is bound to relax. The men will
be buoyant in spirit and eager to celebrate.
When mustered ont they will
' return to conditions in civilian life
! which have been responsible for
venereal disease. Many of them will
j contract it as a result. Unless all
j cases of venereal disease have proper
: treatment during the period of recon
struction. the scourge will reach
alarming proportions. The time from
: now on is the most critical of all.
By authority given by Senate Bill
! No. 129 jessed by the state legislature
; February 16. 1916. the West Virginia
Public Health Council adotped a regulation
adding yenereai diseases to the
list of communicable diseases and
I making it obligatory on physicians to
! report all such cases and to furnish
literature to those so infected.
The Stat? Department of Health under
the supervision of the U. S. Public
Health Service has established a
I bureau of Venereal Diseases at
j Charleston and is making ail exhau3!
tive research into conditoins in ordei
! to disseminate, knowledge which will
I tend toward raising the standard of
-j the state in this particular.
I The department would call atteu
tion to the state law which gives the
I Public Health Council authority to
j compel all individuals suffering from
j venereal diseases in a communicable
i form, to take proper and sufficiently
. prolonged' treatment either at the
hand* of w private physician or at an
Institution. This, law will be rigidly
enforced throughout the state.
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Some of the smartest of recent mod
Not a few of them are from our las
value beyond our descriptive powers. Y
haps the very coat you have been wantin
You are sure to find a coat that wi
low price.
New Prices $19.50, $29
j j Many "Women Will
j! Be Buying Silks
with money that has been given them
j at Christmas?and there are such
pretty silks here for a woman to
Radiant Satins, 4 Oinches wide,
>2.25 a yard. Brown, navy, copen,
2 j green and black.
Crepe de chine, 40 inches wide,
j $2.25 a yard. Flesh pink, pink, navy
' copen, wine, greor. brown, r>se, yellow,
reseda, black and white.
Satin Deiuxe, 30 inches wide. $2.50
a yard. Navy, black copen, brown,
green and wisteria.
Messalines. 36 inches wide, $:.7o a
varrt Cnoen. cerise. American beau
J ~ ? / ty,
green reseda, grey, uaupe, blue,
pink, yellow.
Satin in navy and black, ?3.00 a yd.
There's Charm in the Simplicity
of the New Trimmed
The satins, vel-.
vets and crepes
\/ are of unquesJ&rf/
Wis. tioned quality;
trimmings ex'3jj|||k
press good taste
?7%, w.y ir? every knot of
a* y/\ j> ribbon, ornament
or curling feather?there is charm in
every line.
To wear with winter suits and coats
there are hals in many colors. Some
even boast a oil of fur to match the collar
on your coat.
?Millinery?Second Floor?
Store Closed All
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es are on sale at greatly reduced p?5es. flH
t purchases, and all are exceptiouc^^^fl
cu should come and see these
g is here at a reduced price. :-;4s?||
11 be your coat when you have hear^a^^B
.50, $39.75 and UpwardsJ^^B
Snow Is Here
Every JBoy -ancjg
Girl Should IB
j J Ih
Boys Must Have
Mackinaws and Overcoats H
Many a cold winter day ahead for thl^H
boys: So there is no m iW
the fact that they must
Neither is there any getting
from the facfthat we have a collection H
of warm winter clothing that iscerj^j^M
The suits and coats have everi^M^M
in them that boy[s winter dotting!
should have, especially the warnr^^^S^H
good wool, the service, the fit ahi^Ha^B
you put an inferior coat'or suitm^^^S
boy when the superior kind cahhe^^M
Overcoats $10.00
Mackinaws $10-00 to $18.00
Day Wednesday
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