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Pythian
8I*ters Social,
li X:; Pythian Sisters entertained at an
\ BR boiling In keeping with the Easter
season in tho hall at Monongah
H from 7:20 to 10:30 o'lock last cvenhnr.
TVhe ummrnMli trrr tho mmi.
I": tog were composed ot Instrumental j
and vocal music. Mrs. Rose Lambert,
planoist. A quartet by Master Fred
f- . Lambert Dcnzol and Lawrence Burton
and Master Vera Levy,
ir Those present were Mrs. Charles
Lieving, Llna Hubbs, Janio Leonard.
Gay Boggess, Jennie Price, Molly j
Levy, Susie Lawscn, Linnle Shaver,
v Grace Meredith, EUa Burton, Mrs.
Rose Lambert, Virginia Cochran, Frances
Gibbons, Elizabeth Gandy, Miss
? Bonny Fleming and Miss Pauline DaBfc
vis. Toastmaster and guest of honor,
Mr. Clyde Satterfleld.
Entertained at Dinner.
Mrs. Clyde Leonard entertained!
Miss Mary Sarsfield at 6 o'clock dinner
last evening.
Returned from VieitrMrs.
Howard Meredith just returnad
from Rowlesburg where she was
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kensy
Thomas.
*
Rail Ram,
I* Monongah Independents will play!
the Monongah Glass company team '
Sunday afternoon at Traction park.
Personals.
Miss Laura Justice, Consolidation
Coal company nurse, will leave tomorrow
for her home in Huntington, W.
Va., where she expects to visit for a
while.
Hiss Elsie Polm, who was employed
ss teacher in the Thoburn school this
past winter, is attending the State
Normal school in Fairmont
Miss Ida Virginia Janes is spendI
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I ^Victor I
I Specify selected
will delight one at E;
B the timeareUsted be
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tt 74198?Open trip (Sites of ttv
. 74190?Meseiah+Jomfo't Y
ffi 16008?Christ A tie j
tm Beaut If i* Isle of Bo
r II 87300?The Hou|of Tijfi
1U 74634?Aloha Ott-Fy^oll
If 44305?A Perfei^fr ^
rfet^urie* Waloct for r
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HOOSIER
MOT ?! <lpl
'. liMi i 'I I 11 I lull
l Sit Craifo^^ >
Restfolly atYcmrWorH
W and thoa save useless stefeawhifc
V accomplishing kitchen taflfartn
ft' half the time. Through Aha
I Hoomer, the most valuable jpo^
I caving discoveries are bsught
right byo your kitchen/They
enable y.\to do a bett* day's
work and easier. /
Syl'*
ptfaMaMlowandthatMimaoMMr
ahatvou'U never oum tha wafl
wasa^r
tog the week wfth her sifter, Mm. &
A. Judy, of Fairmont.
Floyd Smith, who has been located
in Monongah for some time, has secured
a position with the By-Product
company of Fairmont.
Paul Janes and Lonnie Carpenter
motored to Eoothsritle today attending
to business.
Mrs. Charles Merrificld and Mrs.
Homer Tootlunan, of Fairmont, were
shopping In Monongah today.
J. McDonald, of the Free Methodist
faith, will preach in the Red Cross
rooms Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Surprise Party,
A most delightful surprise! party
was givon at the home of Mrs. Rose
Fletcher a* Monongah by her daughter
Mrs. George Nichols, celebrating
her eightieth birthday. The evening
was rpent very pleasantly by all in
playing games, later refreshments
were served, and the guests took their
departure with many wishes that Mrs.
Fletcher might have many more happy
birthdays.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Wash Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Jackson,
Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols, Mr and
Mrs. T. R. Sl'royer and daughter, Louise,
of Fairmont, Mrs. Christie Martin,
Mrs. Sarah Martin, Mrs. Laura Holbert
Miss Mary Parrish, Mrs. Lnln
Martin, Mrs. Ira Herndon, Mrs. Annie
RoMnson. Mrs. Lizie Marrin, Mrs. Fior
ence Keen, Mrs. Vivian Ritchie, Mrs.
Martha. CnwlHnR. Wn Martha PhilHmt
Mrs. Ira Nichols, and two daughters,
Geraldine and Pauline. Mrs. Dlzie
C'hrislip and daughter Margaret, Det
Davis, Torn Koon, Misses Virginia and
Margaret Robinson, Maggie Glover Artie
and Crlbtle Costello, Mary Deeper,
Ellen Koon, Marion and Stella Nichols
Zola and Marion Cochran, Mae Phillips
Mary and Pearl Jackson, Iva Nichols,
Rosa Parrish, Mildred Deeper, Harley
and Otis Koon, Dawrence Hall, John
Cochran, Iiolbert Dodd, Herbert Wil_
Hams, Glen Hamilton Jack and Earl
Morgan, I'ay Holbert, Arthur McNeamer,
Paul Shaver, Chester Crlsllp, Junior
Nichols and the hostess Mrs. Fletcher
received many nice presents.
Bk jBkX f Y
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Records 1
numbers which
aster Time and all I
it John MeCormack K
/ Trinity Choir fl
b Tejtple Evan Williams &
i trfy PoMte B
i jjrvan Williams B
" Harold Jarvsl I
m^wherf Harold Janria y
Afma Gluok RE
'* Alma GlnoJt
of OTphani Qeartett# ?
Evan Williams Iw
ot other Victor Reoords
USE CO. S
jr. ' 119 Main St |
i Here is That Fa
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GlaciirRe
All iw AWA MtAk. ???j tt -
xxju xii viic piCEO^WlUl J
v clear to the front. The i
er. Don't conause thia^
wjth paint orlenam/ o
^heets and joins' frad v
Look for thertride ma
; itations. 'Just iafl and s(
mi - ?
me very newest am
in Northern West Virgi
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MASONIC TEMPLE
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James E. Morgan, of
:Davis Eidg, Dies
James E. Morgan, of Darts Ridge,
Marion county, died yesterday morn
Ing at 7:00 o'clock at bis home of t
long attack of cancer. Mr. Morgai
was the eon of Richard and C&therim
Morgan, both deceased, and formcrlj
residents of tho county.
Funeral services will be held at tb<
home at 10 o'clock Saturday morning
with Reverend Tyler, of the Farming
Um M. E. church, south, of Which th<
deceased was a member, officiating
Mr. Morgan is snrvived by a wife
Samantha Myers Morgan, three broth
ers, Silas and Ulyssesiof Marion conn
ty, and William, of Indiana. Thre<
sisters, all living in Kansas, also sur
vive. Undertaker Harmon, of Shinns
ton, is in charge of the burial arrange
ments.
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Members of the Toronto (Canada]
police force have been granted az
eight hour day with increased pay.
We Have
Oriental Mm
' France, Italy, ]
HI mrn -mmln Winn
| bE JJ trios and quart
I dances?waltzes
banjos, trumpei
|H - nkelcles?brass
? 1' Opera, vandevi
J ^ tunes and yod<
Colu
Grafonolas
"All tbe muajy of all the worli
bear us make It Add. We'll gjadly
show you our comeletefctock ^f' k
MAT RECORI
I'M GOING TO STTTIVDOWN
TOWN. Billy Bturray and )
THE ALCOHOLIC Wulje. BUI
HE'S HAD NO IX)VI>" B0R
Arthur Fields, Baritone
WHEN YOU SEE, /ANOTHER
AROUND. Sjp&uel Ash, Te
JOHNNY'S IN TOWN. Arthur]
tette
BUDDIE BOY (HOW'S EVERY
YOU?) Peerless Quartette
TEARS (DRY YOUR). Samuel
YOU DON'T KNOW. Samuel A
, DONT CRY, FRENCHY, DON*
x cuur buiu ? ???
AFTER ALL (Roberta). Henrj
THAT TUMBLE DOWN SHACK
Trio, male trio
YOU'RE STILL AN OLD SW
purling Trio, male trio
I'M Foh^VER BLOWING Bfl
Burr Js...
BEAUTIFUfiS^HIO. Henry Bui
SALVATION LAfcfilE OF\/lINE.
WHEN YOU LOOR^N THE HEi
les Harrison, teo^f ?
FRATERNITY TWO&tW. Spi
MEMORIES OF S^RING^WAL'
chcstra >^^?<
4^) H H(
is,
217 MADISON ST.
itnous Refrigerator
Like Lining?The G
jtrig^ratqir
rtupided corners brought
fade of every housekeepWonderful
sanitary lining
r with lining put on in
nth cement.
rk "Glacier" to avoid im?it,
That's all we ask. ' N
3 the largest selection of Go
* *
ma. very Attractive, desig
urniture C
"Furniture Worth Living:1
New Fixtures for
Maunz Men's Store
Austin T. Maunz has made extensive
improvements to his men's furnishing
store on Main street. A large wall
ease equipped with patent extension
| racks for the display of hats now oc"
copies a large space on one side of the
store and new sheflving has been built
in tho rear. The stairway formerly
5 leading to the clothes pressing shop on
the second floor has been removed and
" a separate entrance is used.
? Mr. Maunz claims that when the
whole interior has been newly papered
? he will have one of the most attractive
little stores tn Fairmont. This remod
eUng has been done to make room for
t the larger stocks of merchandise that
Mr. Maunz is now carrying.
City Has New Flap?A brand new
flag considerably larger than the old
one went up on the flag staff of the
i city building today in honor of tho
t coming Victory Loan drive. The old
one had grown considerably soiled.
i
Them All 1
do?Hawaiian Music?the music of
England, Ireland, Mexico and Spain
choruses and concerts?solos, dnets
ettes?songs for children, grown-ups,
j, one steps, fox-trots, jazzes?
ts and accordions?rlollns, piccolos,
bands, orchestras, pianos?Grand
lie or glee clubs?even whistling
sling are perfectly played on
mbia
an^Reoords
\"m Colombia's claifi. Come in and
jpay yon any record on the list and
isfcrumdnts.
>S ON SALE NOW
i
OrjgfDE OP LONDON A 2702 !
Peerless Quartette 10 inch
if Murray, Tenor 83c.
A LONG, LONG TIME. A 2705
i S WKKTIE HAS'GINci 10 lnch
inor S50*
I
I
Melds and Peerless Quar- \ 2793
LiTT^ iiiiS'G wira 18 ,nch
, Uale voices 83c.
Ash Tpwnr A 2700
. _ .10 inch
ah. Tenor . S5c.
I CRT. Lewis James, A 2704
10 lUCll
r Burr, tenor solo? 85c.
IN ATHLONE. Sterling ^ 2608
EEfl^IEART OF MIXE! 10 lnch
jr.. sac.
1BLES. Campbell and A 2701
? 10 inch
r, tenor solo 83c.
Charles Harrison .tenor A 2009
1RT OF A ROSE. Char- 10 inch
anlsh String Orchestra.... E 4191
rz. Spanish String Or- 10 inch
85c.
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Opposite Watson Hotel
with the ramous
i
enuine ^ !
!
Carts and Baby Carriages
ns and colorings,
i
I
ompany
With" JEFFERSON ST.
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G, APRIL IS, 1919.
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New May Nu
Coiui
Record
Ponselle's First
"Bu tterfly" Record
- It
is more than Ponselle who rings
"Un Bel Di Vedremo." It is Butterfly
ringing her heart out in longing for her
lover's return. A recordthatjustifiesthe
critics' acclamation of Ponselle a# one
of the world's great dramatic sopranos, j
49571?$1.50
''K
Stracciari
Rolli cks ThroiMi
Tupiculi-Funicula
As a boy in Naples, Stracciari san
f this rollicking air. His splendi
Tiff S ^aritone ma^es it a thing <
111 I IS rhythmic beauty. At the soun
= a I of his voice you/fairly see Vest
H vius standing out against the spar!
H ling blue waters of the Bay <
Naples. 78104?$1.0
II * New Columbia Records on tale
" ^ g j the 10 th and 20th of every month
? Stsildsrd Mtdih COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE C<
"? ? tm: tj v??u
D.Wj.i >r > fUM New * ore
Just in Time For I
When you have returned home from services on Bastard
organ and the choiiv singing your favorite anthepff*'"
THE^O^UJMBIA Of
oring3 Into your homo ityj music of world. If you
another day the wealth ot good nunfc and entertainment i
AU/TtlE LATE W0RD.R0LL8
Wo have made ariugwfMMu;|o that you can have the vei
of Columbia Record* th your h?cne for Easter Sunday. Co
want Our liberal offer will interest you.
" Kelley Music
414 MAIN STREET.
c /m&L
m\V
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Ldel doirioGS'in Jl
Gypsy Ail's" '|fl
Blow opening notes?then fiery pas- :0M
sages ?Toscha Seidel at hia best"
The range of these haunting "Gypary %||h
Airs*'?from a maelstrom of passion |
to a mere suggestion of sound?gives
this yowiigRussian genius every "
phatfce to snow you his intense emotion
and the brilliance of hi6 superb
technique.
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faster Sunday if^H
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tAFONOLA
do not have a Grafonola?Don't deny lOUihWM
t will bring into your home.
FOR YOUR RLAYER PIANO
7 finest Columbia Grafonola and a good (iw|
me in and select the instrument and recoWMj
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