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WBR I II
II1I1ED SEE
I TOURNAMENT
'Senior Boys and Junior
Girls Cop Basket Ball
IJ Two hundred people attended the
Hi' basketball tournament held by the
K. Fairmont High school on Saturday
k Bjftfrt at the Y. M. C. A. when the Sen|
lor boys and the Junior girts were the
K According to the new arrangement
Iiame and year of the class will be |
Ibed upon the tropby to be pur !
Ml by the acbool and which will be j
tore, remaining there and having'
Jonal records placed tberoonj
year. Six games were played. |
e keenest Interest was manifest'
le Girls' Senior-Sophomore game,
the lower classmen won out 4 to 2
Ira time.
Boys' Games,
the first game the Juniors ded
the Freshmen by the score of
to 3. The line up was as folire,
8. Freshmen, 3.
tt F Morris
en F Reich
S&8 C Cassel i
..............G Binns
bt G Wallace
tjd baskets: Freshmen. Morris, 1:
>rs, Knight, 3. Foul baskets,
amen, Harden, 2 out of 2; Morris,
e second boys' game was played :
een the Seniors and tbo Sopho-:
s and the upper classmen copped
sily by the score of 12 to 5. The |
ip was as follows:
omores, 5. Seniors, 12.
den F Pierpont
r .F Haymond I
I C Carpenter '
ia rt G Swearingeu
sely G McWhorter :
ild goals: Sophomores, Spedden. i
mail, 1; Seniors, Pierpont. 2: '
aond, 1; Carpenter, 2. Foul bas-l
Sophomores. Miller 1 out of;
lenjors, Carpenter. 2 out of 5.
(he final clash among the boys j
ieniors ran away from the Juniore
ope-sided contest by the score of |
11.
seniors, 37. Juniors, 11.
Pierpopt F ArneU
faytqond F Harden
arpenter C Stevens
tcWkprter .......G Knight i
weariagen G Ash:
Field goals: 'Seniors, Piermont, 7; I
tyraond, 6; Carpenter, 3; Swcaren-'
, 2. Juniors, Stevens, 3; Knight, 1;,
aett, 1. Fouls: Harden, 1 out of 1;
HSRrpoat,.l out of 2.
I Girls' Games.
. the first of the girls' gaaic3 the
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Juniors hid easy sailing, trimming the
Freshmen 13 to 2. The line up was as
follows:
Juniors, 13. Freshmen, 2.
Knight F Helmich
Showalter F Leyman
Snyder C Bartlett
Turkovltch G Hawkins
Small G Johnson
Field baskets: Juniors. Knight, 4;
Showalter. 1. Freshmen, Helmick, X.
Foul baskets: Knight, 2 out of 2;
Showalter, 1 out of 3.
In a hotly contested game?no doubt
the most startling of the whole tournament?the
Sophomores defeated the
Seniors by the spore of 4 to 2. The
Sophomores evened matters up and
the game went into extra time- Later
they goaled and won the game. The
line up was as follows:
8ophomores, 4. Seniors, 2.
Bennett F Lough
Dunnington F Fresborn
Altman C Letter
Smith G Fortney
Lough G Feather
Field baskets: Sophomores, Bennett,
1; Dunnington. 1. Seniors, Lough. 1.
In the final game of the tournament
the Juniors lambasted the Sophomores
by the score of 10 to 2. Misf Showalter
had three baskets to her credit,
which netted six of the "Sophs" tea
points. The line up was as follows:
Juniors, 10. Sophomores, 2.
Knight *' connerr
Showalter F Dunoingtcn
Snyder C Altman
Turkovitch G Lough
Smail G Smith
Field baskets: Sophomores. Dunnington,
1; Juniors. Knight, L; Showalter,
3. Foul baskets. Juniors. Knight,
2 out of 3.
Twelve Candidates
for High Track Team
Activities in track work will start
in earnest this week according to
Coach Kahn who today said that in
case the weather was inclement the
candidates would be worked out in the
"Y" gymnasium.
The work of getting the paraphernalia
together will be one of the first
steps to be taken. During the past
week twelve candidates reported, but
it is expected that this number will
be greatly increased.
Baseball as previously reported
would be passed up this year and ah
endeavors would bo turned toward
turning out a clever track team.
H
QUITE UNCERTAIN.
When will this telegram be delivered?
i
Government Operator-jph, about 2
o'clock. , /
Hut what day??Lifty
DR. R. A. SBEHLEY
\ DgNTpfT.
Office\-lours. 9 fim. to 8 p.m.
SundXa 11 a.m\o 1 p.m.
330 IfcAiN BtREET.
PHONl, 630.
Over Crart^'?|Drug Store,
mmmmmmxrn
0
can Organization Th
hip in the Loyal Order of M<
nan and his family against
tune that may follow the ra-1
)ur home at Mooseheart, !
ent men, women and childre:
Numbered amonc these are
'airmonters so that the mat
/estigation right in our om
istitution's good offices are
y. During the trying days
seheart was utilized to train
ete construction work. Rif
emment is arranging to (
chool of vocal education for
ibership in Fairmont Lodge,
Moose, entitles you to sick
a week. In case of death yo
are given $100 to defray fur
ispens&tion Closes on
THE WEST VIRGINIA]
PMENTS 1
ADAM FOREPAUGH.
SHOWMAN. DIES.
PHILADELPHIA. March 31.?Adam h
Forepaugh. son of the famous circus
man of that same and himself widely
known as a showman and animal train
er. died at his home here last night ~
after a long illness.
NOTES.
The dressmaker calls this gown a
symphony in pink.
Oh, does she? I wonder what I
shall have to pay to the tune ofi?
Cassell's.
??
"Porter, this berth has been slept
In!"
"No, 6ah! !I assuah you, sah. Merely
occupied. It's the one over the
wheels, sah."?Puck.
WHY DRUGGIST
RALSTON SAYS
TAKE NERV-WORTH
r* A4ci IT 1 n TUvAiirrU / Anf 1
vjrciD mo xmuugii vviur
dence from Many Great- |
ly Benefited Cus- /
tomers.
To the Public?The Allowing Jetter'
from Druggist M. JEt-lllrtsttm, of Wes- ;
ton. W. Va., expWins Jtself. It/ought I
to be good rearing tofthose who need j
| Ncrv-Worth and bavf not yefc tested i
j its great merits. [
NERy-WORTH COMfAXY.
M. A Ralstw's Letter.
WESTON, W. VI., Feb'y'14. 1919. |
Xeir-Wortb Co.. /
Zanesville. 0$io
i Gentlamen:
l WeA your representative was here |
la3t he asked me if I would be will-1
ing to express for publication my opin- j
ion as to Kerr-Worth's merits and sell- [
ing qualities. I told hijp yes and '
here's the opinion:
As to selling qualities ft is enough
to say that .taking the year round, j
i Xerv-Worth qut-sblls any proprietary
I medicine in ipy store, pf course i'.
j could not do thislif it lacked real and
lasting merit. Selling thj first or trial
| bottle on the ^crtlar-baek-if-it-doesn't-1
i help-you basis our refunds amount to
j practically nothing in proportion to j
the very heavy sales, teaming from
our customers Nerv-Worth's striking
I power to overcome, nervousness, sleep
tessness, inaigestion, ceaaaene, cnzzii
ness and other ills of nervous origin :
I or nervous connection we now rcom-1
jmend it without hesitation to suffer|
ers from those ailments, confident
that good results will follow.
Yours very truly,
M. 13. RALSTON.
Remember that Crane's drug store,
' Fairmont, will hand your dollar back
if the trial bottle of Nerv-Worth does
not benefit you. as Druggist Ralston
says he docs under like circumstances
mm
at Teaches Patriotism
- JsiiSSSHI
kll
? v*tv
jht now
jstablish
disabled
9, Loyal
benefits
ur bene- Fairmont
leral ex- Jf'0"0 Hf01
the Court
social quart
basement.
received at
i April 14, Join Now
FOR FUR1
RAY D. HARDEN
Phone 642.
i, FAIRMONT MONDAY I
"J
IN THE I
BRITISH ALWAYS.
Yes. my dear. When we have words
e acts like a savage.
How so? s
He makes for his club.?Pearson's. 1
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Three fiavprs to
suit all testes.
Be SURE tQ set
WRISIEYB
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Kept Right >&|
The
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; Lodge of Moose Possesse
ne at 323 Jefferson street, j
House, which is well equip
ters and a fine public pool ro
Visiting Moose are always
our home.
Mooseh
rHER INFORMATION IN(
Sec'y. O. B
Diet
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TONING, MARCH 31,191S
,OCAL SI
COMMON DELUSION.
"All the world ioves a lover."
"That's what a man evidently thinks :
rho is in love with himself."?Boston
'ranscript.
LEYS
Ik. EPT secret j|
and special I
>nd personal for I
ou is 1
VRIGLEY5 I
n itsj air-tight I
laled package. I
\ g^>dy that is I
worthy of your
astfng regard I
>edause of its I
asting quality.
OF IV
ty and Affords Sick,
jr
on Ma;
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The di
s a New
ust below Halj
ped with raemb<
ora in the build r
cordially
eart Legion Charter
iUIRE OF
1 DOOLITTLEX
ator, Phone 524?
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>ORT WORLDTI
If' '
Clothes That- Loolf Good
To Retailing fden
You admired our tflofthes before you don$(d
khaki and blue. Todif you wul have the same
regard for our wearing apparel; We haven't deviated
one whit frorafour standards.
The Store for nitn is honored by hiving so
many of thpsetj^nifl^Ao'it. These men?the
soldiers afi<i ^ilors^?know that civilian clothes
here are wdfthy successors to the uniform that
earned the esteem 6f the civilized- world.
The young n^an of business and older men, too
will find here ju\t ihe atmosphere they seek both
in fabric and fit?upward.
Agents for Spring Hats
Price's Tailored-to- Stetson and Other
Order Clothes Good Makes
Tf is n
I I
lOOSE
} Accident end Death Benefits | I
ing this special dispensation we are acl
applications at a membership fee of
nstead of $10.00 to $25.00, the usual
Dues are $10.00 a year. The special
sation will close on April 14.
most recent activity is the formation
loose Band composed of thirty-five
ans. A splendid organization is being I
j developed. Included among our raerare
some of the most proficient and best
i musicians in Fairmont. Rehearsals
hfr held twice a week. The organi?aill
soon appear on the streets of our
33 I
se membership makes one elegible to - 8 I
te Mooseheart Legion?the playground
jsedom?and the Second Degree of the
Monongahela Valley Legion, 5Z,"
heart Legion, is accepting applications fi
0 until the next meeting at Clarksburg
y 24, when the charter will be closed,
ifter the initiation fee will be $10.00.
les are $2.00 a year. ' ;V.'S|
fjj j V
: of the dues and one dollar of each
?rship fee goes direct to Mooseheart to
nore homes for the children.
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Will Close May 24, Join Now .-Sin
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