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\y-: l, ? "r" 11 LOCAL SQC Yotiefday erculnjr UUa JeaaneOe Anno Ifelbert and W. K. Jones, both ; ct Macnlngton, were married by the Iter. C. B. Goodwin, piiator of Lhe first " MoOiortJat church, at tho homo cf the brldo'a atster, Mis. Kcsdall, !n Span car street. ? ? Gchco! Piny. Phle .1-- <_ u? .! . -? . . ? ? v. wittfc ij UU? IIIDSJ W7L JUT UJC j presentation of the comedy "Aaron ... Dokgs, Fronhinun," by the students .of,the Barrackville high school. In addition to tbo play there will bo an interesting musical program by the school orchestra. ? ? . Easter Exchange. Easter eggs, cake, pio and other delicacies for the Easter dinner will bo sold at am Master exchaugo which the ladles of the Altar guild of Christ Episcopal church will bold tomorrow In the Fleming building In Main stcct. ? Services Tonight. Rev. C. E. Goodwin, the pastor, will specie tonight on "The last words of Josus" at the last of the scries of Passion wee',: services which will be held at the First M. E. church. Sunday mqruing at 6 o'clock a sunrise meeting will be held. t ? Stoetzer Circle Meeting. This afternoon the Stoetzer circle I of tho Westminster guild is meeting j at the first Presbyterian church with Louise Ritchie and Virginia Shurtleff; as hostesses. The program that is be- j . nig ciirneu om is as ronows: Devotional; "The Women in tho Garden," Loulso Showalter; Sketch of Guild Missionary?Miss Hazel Brunner, by Louise Johnson; piano duet, Le Carillon, Katherin and Margaret Smith; lesson, third and fourth chapter, Comrades of OLher Lands, Jean Lambie. PERSONALS i. Miss Grace Hoover o" High street, jrill spend the week end in MorganCown. Miss Elizageth Gray of Cowen, Webster county, will visit over Sunday with Fairmont friends. Lieutenant iHomer Tooth man is confined to his home on Alexauder Place by a bad cold. Mrs. Ernest Sherwood of Rhea Terrace left last evening for an extended viBlt in the east, in Baltimore she will be the guest of Mrs. R. B. Parrish, at Wilmington she will visit her nephew Lieuteant Paul Hawkins. At LuthervHle, Md., she will visit Miss Lucy s Kelfey and at Sweetbrier Miss Flor_ ence Bowden both students, ' Misses Ella and Blanche Phelps of 913 Field street, will spend Easter Sunday in Clarksburg. Miss Florence G^och of Wheeling is visiting her cousin Miss Ethel Atha of 1224 Washington street. Miss Helen Judge of West Union will crtprwl TTnRtnr in Falrmnnt. thp I fcuest oi Miss Winifred J. Murphy of 14 McKinney street. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Morrison of "Barrackville will he Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Powell of 427 I Jefferson street. Jack Helntzelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Helntzelman returned home from service in France WednesI day evening. Fred Heintzelman, a1 brother was killed in action over there and Lyman Heintzelman, the third of I The Jov of ! Motherhood Told [ toiMMa Tell How They Made Event k Jirw put eg the Sadfl thero are wornfchTwtiO p?li how. thronth the application . ml mfjthr'a Friend, imy entirely aToldcd Uwluffo Ant usually laAuest to motherhood. >Ate hi uo'UDoSrtalh terms how from S? Me jtha d?7? fin mod* brtfht and . <.Vcri| and Uu mfbtj calm amT restful, > ? l>f cr'jtl waMUaised wUhoqfthe usual | laVcitar etMOMMM when nsnafe is unaided. "<M J?oW lljf preaerteUalhelr health ^ and atmoth to Jerou It to Jm realise of tMr JgOa^a Ad to <te uffces Ufo holds ^<MtedPOh*1f : Of, sValj npoa iba^rhmsnte !s aTolded. i ?. amd lTMthad of a perldO ofTtacomfort and ca?tanijp^id it Kaaonw^alm re^ ! n - - - - lU/i'.- Vl'W til? KB, mu (J I Bfcdhar** Tncnil eafbloa tbo mother\n rt tst* k?r natural er>r?, and her alda LsV^ct . .-j\ okM and da**1 not becomo hard or (U3W . ' WrJtat?Si? BhidSsld R?rolator Company. Dcpt U Lamaf Dai Idiot. AUantaa C.wrfta. tut dwdl Motherhood Book, and t>bta|f a * MaU*f? .Kriaad from tho|<liTJHiat II'HareUy a Drujgptor That D^fes Not OH jthe Market Ceimury ffhea you sit/ in perfeH. hlalth, had are enjorii/g * strong anJKlgor-! \ ?us vitality, ljria then that your M,00^ t'. \iJ free front all impurities. j jf maJ You should be very careful urid Vjfire heed to the slightest ir.dic^pon o* impure blocd. A rlttgash circula^ tiea is eften indicated hy An m paired k CORSA iE I of^Ss^ct Rcas, 3 orgct-Mi x j R asbnabh SEI^DABlN^F ASSOJI [ HAUGE PL^NT AN Ij k. , (Formerly FJcmi ' ,'y1 I IAL EVENTS I' i in ?ii i For Mrs. Armour. Members of the W. C. T. D. and their friends are meeting Mrs. Mary Harriet Armour, of Georgia, at the I home of Mrs. J. H. Bcckraan on Fairi montarenue ibis aftcrnon. Mrs. Ar-i ! mour will lecture this evening at the i M. P. Templo under the auspices or ! tho W. C. T. 0. Marl owe-Rail. Miss Roubcy E. Hall, a graduate of the Fairmont Normal school and a teacher at Grant Town, and* Virgil !Marlowe, of Williamsburg, Ky., who' j lias just returned from service in' i France, were married yesterday after-, noon at tbe home of Mrs. N. B. Hacn-1 ley, 1000 Locust avenue, by Rev. C., E. Goodwin. The ceremony was wit-! nessed by a few friends and it was j j followed by a dinner at the Watson , I cafe. Announcement of the wedding has been sent out by A. H. Hall, ofi Pullman, W. Va. Board Meeting Deferred. Because of the meeting for Liberty loan workers which has been called for Saturday afternoon the meeting of the board of management of tbe Woman's ; club which was to have been held to-j morrow bas been deferred until Mon-; day afternoon, immediately preceding j the regular meeting of the club The hour for the board's meeting is I 2:30 o'clock and it is declred that all1 the members attend. Mrs. J. Walter > Barnes, president of the club said this j mornine that it is important for all i department and committee chairmen to submit lists of memberships for the approval of the board at that time. * * i* K. of C. Easter Dance. The Bernard orchestra, of Altoona, which will play for the Ea3ter dinnei I dance at The Fairmont and for the i | dance at the Elks' club will also play i for the dance which the Knights of Columbus will give at their hall on the : evening of April 24. Invitations for this dance have already gone out. the Heintzclman boys in the army, is still on the other side. Sam C. Davis returned to Fairmont1 yesterday morning after being discharged from the army. He saw about nine months gctive service. W. E. Boneless and Percy B. Wag- : goner who wf re with the Marines at i Paris Island have returned to their! homes in this city. Mrs. W. H. Conaway who with Mrs. j S. D. Brady represented the William ; Haymond chapter at the sessions of : the D. A. R. national congress return- ; ed to this city yesterday. Mrs. Bradyj joined her husband in the east and j they went on to Atlantic City for Eas ter. Leonard Waltz, who attends college1 at Baltimore, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Waltz, in Ogd'-n avenue. Mrs. J. D. Pettit, of Mlddleton. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. N. Wet zel. Miss Mariani Grace Pettit, it Mannington, the niece of Mrs. Wetzel, is also visiting here. , Hard to Tell. Emily?The brute! He says he'd blow out my brains if I didn't marry him! Maud?And did he??Answers. IMsties 1^ _ .1 L samtoJ>?tt6e D^T^yRRGdT 1 : il^ba^s JJafcjiig Sc] do! E^ery ^e<fhcs(to& ; ' 3 AWm? TEMPLE l / tc V^jPns 2 io 6 . 1 *Beaj|nTi6rs Giass 7 to 8:30 DAncing 8:30 to 11:30 e in the Lattfa ; Sell This Remedy appelityjTfeeling of Unita^and a C?riejy'weakening of UWSystem. It la thjBthat you sbetqa promptly take a i0w bpuleaaf S. S. S^ .tie great blpbd pijriffcr and atrcngthener. It will cleanse the blood thoroughly and uuild up and strengthen the whole system. 5. S. S. is told by all drugffl'cfe VaYitaMa ?I 1 at? ? iiuuim*uwu ttUOUb mO j blood supply csn ba had free by writ| ini? ix> the Swift Specific Co, 24 ! Swift Laboratory. Atlpta. Ga. ,11 jolhSUETS H e-Njp, Pansies or Eases; ^rriced. TED SpKtfJG FLOWERS 894 P FLOWER HOUSE tig's Greenhouse) I I SE WEST VIRGINIAN, FAIRMONT FRIDJ rt STORE OPENS 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Close Saturday at 9 P. M. Last Minute Satisfactory And Hartley's have the stoc woman should be satisfied with Selection here this week insi i Hartlc Fashionable Low Footwear is I Again at $7.50 to $11.00 TTAV* CniYlfiflTVIO TITfi 1*?oxrn "pAiivtrl if mnfa iwn/* * va uviiivwxiuw navu xuunu lb vjuxtu impi to obtain Low Shoes of Quality which conft to our exacting specifications at such mot prices. But now we are able to offer oxfords and i in the newest style and most popular leath Brown Kid Oxfords Av ix eyelet, turned ( covered Louis heels W Brown Kid Oxfords Six eyelet, turned ly \ imitation tip, mi ^ V \ heel?$9.00. Black Kid OxfordsSix eyelet, light welt military heel, imil ( tip?$7.50. Brown Russia Calfs Oxfords? ^ Cl?se edge, light sole, imitation -tip, tary heel?$8X10. Dark Drown Kldskin Colonial ' ^ Pumps? Turned sole, full Louis covered / ^ wooa ueoi, Drown duckic?*e,uu- m Same style with pressed sttel I H/ xr buckl&?$9.00. ( Fancy Buckles at 50c to $2.00 J i/J A splendid variety of high shoes | "1^ ^ in new Spring Styles. - Tr (b Easter Jt Christ Arose Beautiful Isle of Somewhere The Lord is My Light Before the Crucifix Angels Ever Bright and Fair Unfold Ye Portals The Palms The Lost Chortl Open the Gates of the Temple ?Victrola VY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1919. / Garment Select!? r Made From Larj ? ks?Because purchasing has been "what she can get." ares that satisfied feeling which cor sy's for the Easter Cos Suits Which Meet Ev As to Style, Fabric A Great Number of Smartly Styled From $25 00t0 And the variety of style, which, <& c is comprehensive enough to pl^Se th< THE STYLES INC^DE \ TailoredX Models, Bel^I Styles, Bos Coatf Mopels, SernjJrailored Effects Brail Trmimjpd'Sul^, Vestee Effects. fH /T F?hior?d 'ojf fine serges, tricotjnes Vu. I gaba-dinel ancr Poiret twill. tMI A Bluais mis ^popular. ^Ml\ J $?5^t C^500 $3^MJp _ I Ms jf l| the jfivorite cape^abrics. To slip J\ into tfie envelopingjrolds of a graceful WpW Cane is, ujdeed, iySpringtime treat. Twi H " nlay. %" #5^ew hip length quite long or injbeween, but it's sure to be One Would Know That E Just to See the ] Certainly no one but an artist could h specially offered for formal wear- Li veiled with the sheerest of silk net, ge are merest excuses but fascinating wi ? Agaimi a Ha 1ere m,Silk Ha tssible n S | tation j/ \ A Side That Otters a Detir ik* ot Hos w-y Hosiery hi been limited in production m many peopl| to anticipate Easter and J The hosiery was made bv one of the v ^ qualities are reliable, good wearing, fj At JO AA?Fine, Silk Hose, in black ^ 1 white and all wanted *J shades. Special Saturday only. At JO CA?Finest Quality Lace Clock Hose, Lace Boot Easter Millinery Sec Records Eve r 64726 MP"*/ I 88425 !!!!!!..| 35075 ^^WrrrM ] 45089 ' h| 11 ( 74198 N i i i Parlors?4th floor , SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY | Cp Good Quality Soft Bleach Muslin, Regular Price, 20c; 16c fl Third Annex. ^ m Am Most pi gest Stocks | delayed is no reason why any ' vV'*/ $ nes when one is correctly attired. >tame M ery Fashionable Demand K , Trimming and Price Suits Are Shown at, Prices Which Range lip!! ,$100,0? I iiuse, is what ino^^omen are interested in . |j i fancy^tbrlhost critical. | entrancing. Of navy blue serge, trico- 1 tine, Spring-weight velours in Spring n EASTER FROCKS 3fM There's no word better than 'Easter^l! to really convey their refreshing newCrisp Taffetas, shimmering Satins .and Foulards, printed Georgettes and:? Georgette combinations?not to men-||| > tion the npw nrnl venr vkvo/?f-!rtol ?w -*v - ? FV1J JJ X UV(/1WI I lettes and Serges. As to the ways they are made well, you will really have to see them. ( ! Priced $25.00 to $75.00 * &jr dancing Days Have Rebn^yH Vew Evening Gowns ave designed such lovely creations no^l istrous silks form the basis for these gowns/^^H nerously embroidered with beads. ^eey^JBjH .rtley Sale of IB teiiMPV ftrwr 'vuvA jf a wa A -I .Va ' ' ' ' ' ** ' 2'*$ ' 'j? '>. lite Reduction on Every Pair^ ^ I l lor months, and this opportunity will lead? Summer requirements. ' . j H I ery best hosiery manufacturers and th%| adorably known to our patrons. Hose and all-over Lace Hose. All col-J ors. Regularly priced $5.00 and moii||9 Special for Saturday only. Some of these Hose show vejry^ .slijjj|ij3 imperfections hut they in nowise^p||^^H pair the looks or wearing quality. | :ms to Have Taken into Consideration! ry Type of Femininity small hats?wonderful ? parent hats?tailored and dripM| hats. ' And evervwhere flowers.;flMH Tis surprising the^ow jap- that many a : "' ^SlaM