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' " I I EAST SIDE I NEWS ; it i i we 1 At the Pint M. P. Church. Dr. JC'fller of Pittsburgh will speak j it the First M. P. church Tuwday erraise at t la. tha interact of the MJi- t on Dollar Dr*7e. Thla will l?s.a meeting of el! M. P. churches and pastors tear Fairmont win bo at this meeting. A good crowd Is expected to hear y ible great speaker. * X Returned From France. I r HajTy Henry ftonaar baggage mas- n ter at the htonoagahele Ktatlon hero t has returned from eaweral mo a tha aer- c rtoe wfltti the A. JO. P. in Pnaqso. At- t ter & abort tkae spent In greeting his J p friend* and relatives Mr. Henry will: <j resume his duties at the station. . t i r?eltm#d Pn Dinnni t N/|lliwm w r uv ?. I v Mn. Neta liunaner and Miss Jessie 1 Racer were called to Parsons Monday by the death of their cousin Lincoln Baker which occurred at an early hour Monday. They will remain until after c the funeral which will probably be held f tomorrow a/ternoon. > Returned from Morgantown. ? George Shumaker returned last er- 1 enlng from Morgantown where he was called by the Illness of his mother Mrs. Shoemaker is considerably bet- . ; At Tunnelton. ^ Vance Harrincton went to Tunnelton ? k(n mnlhop n?Vin fa fll t OUUUD * W/ OWO ?? ?? *11 wvuut "MW J His brother Gerald Harrington of De- | trolt Mich., who was called to Tun ( neltoa several days elnoe by her ill- t nees came home with Mm and will t spend several days with bis sister Mrs, Charles Orr and Mr. and Mrs. Vance Harrington. At First M. P. Church, p AJbert Martin of Haywood made a very Interesting address Sunday morning at the First M. P. church in behalf of tile Million Dollar Fund whc!b the j Methodist Protestant church is plan- | nlng to ralee In the next few weeks. ( Hlte talk was very much appreciated , . by the large audience present. A most \ V pleasing program was given at the ev. | enSng service. The service was s f church sermon service and the program and music was In keeping with j the event. < 1 Meeting Postponed. ( The meeting of the Foreign Mission- a ary society of the First M. P. church which was to here been held at the * home of Mrs. But Helmlck In Diamond , street this evening has been postponed until Tuesday evening of next week Made Good Record, Th? wmmnn nt ESmt Ward with Mrs, Clarence Fisher chairman, are very iproud of the record made during the Victory Liberty Loan campaign. ; They secured subscriptions to the \ amount of |8,600. \ Personala \ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson of I Columbia street have gone to St. MaC ry's to visit Mrs. Nelson's mother. Miss Grace Poe ot Clarksburg is spending this week with friends and ( relatives in the city. Lawrence Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fisher of Columbia St., is confined to his home with mumps. Mrs. Belle (Haggerty went to Clarksburg today for a short visit to heT son James Haggerty and wife. Mrs. James Haggerty will accompany her to Baltimore beifore ebe returns home. Master Ralph Hite Hunsaker Is quite . Ill at the home of his father Will Hunsaker ait Klngmont Mr. and Mrs. James Haggerty and son Meigs ot Clarkbburg were guests of relatives in the city Sunday. Mrs. William Snowden of Morgantown avenue has been, quite ill the^ f past ferfcdaye.? [ Mrs. WiUlamVMorganiof MarkeWBt, Is 111 with r^euMitiem. ? Jr FOiFLprflbR'S CASTO m A NERVOUS MS STOMACH TROUBLE! Mad Such Bad Nervous Spells Tflat She Could Hs -dly Do Her Wo <. TOOK B/ARLE' l HYPO-COD. "I suffer?/ from stomach trouble and nervoupiess. 1 would get so nerv^ r ous I coulwhardly j ) about my worlar declpedff arlady of: [cMechen, WJfl., jsS&ee swis Is girt i below, "I bowht some iypo-Codjfe cause < I had sdeu It advertised an^/lne pf the clericsAt the drug storejrfomqjended It to ye. It had also bagn rec<ynmended highly to me hynelghgors. and frrada Uy stojpfifi is a Jrfeat /eel ks beyer now. I yfofleep at/Tlght while L H before r oould act and f'io not Ipve fv* t*?e neWouuepells amr more. Hyporod has pruned to bjpfhe only medl-[ /lne tligtjiTOuld heir me and I know /U it hdfed me it will help odiei*" JconBjHed Mrs. Edith Bowers, ,<lcf**' 1 Ma^epAW. Va. '/ \ y^lnstead of waking np tired.yft stead of halfheartedly eating a u(eal why not revlveVid strengthen the system ao that you\ digestion and appetite -will work harmoniously. So that thinga will tana good. It only takes a few dayB' Hyp?5od treatment to Immediately ImprovV your strength, appetite, nerves and\hole system. Hundreds of MnU? iiaiiv i?r n? from wrfrk for daysTuid weeks at a time ?ho conld avoid ajl that by takimg Bane's Hypo-Cod tor ten days. ' JibMt a spoonful at mealtimes. You /will be amazed at the Improvement In / complexion, blood, strerteth and weight. You can- get Earlob HypoCod, In the orange colored cartonJhere in Fairmont a* the local, dnig stora. / jr i Caibhageaiw^Tomato v PlaWjsj^Sale! Hai^e /Pra: & Flower ^^ ^ J r'" [ MANNINGTONII' Brought Hero. The remain* of the infant ion of ; fr. and Mrs. Clyde Pitwr whose death incurred in Pittsburgh on Saturday, rere fcrocght here to the home of the >' ormer*? parents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Miser in Brookside from whose resicjsce the funeral was held at two '(dock yesterday afternoon with inermont In the Mannlngton cemetery. German Tank Here. The captured Oerjnpn. (tank sent lere yesterday from Fairmont in the ntcrc?t rf the Victory Loan Campaign ras thr center of attraction for Manilngton people and numbers of perons from i!ic country as well. The ank reached terra fine a from a flat j ar shortly after noon and traveled | wenty of the principal streets for a icriod of two hours followed by a hunIred or more small boys. Kbllowtng his, a demonstration of hill climbing vas given, when the machine was umed loose on the Hamilton Hill, vblch It asecended without difficulty. War Film, An Interesting war film showing if sixty-five quarts of liquor in the | :reat world war was shown at the Idle four theatre this aflernoon and will le repeated this evening. The pictures are in the Interest of the Victory oan and the admission is free. In Jail. Two local Syrian merchants are in he cKy Jail as a result of the finding >f sixty-five uartsq of liquor in the iVilllm Moses grocery store at the ; :orner of Buffalo street: and Pyles avinue yesterday afternoon. Several pi?ol shot* were fired by chief of poice Hickman at "Zlgsag" Rohana. one j if the prisoners, who resisted arrest iv the former. The men were to have j eceived a hearing this morning. To Cleveland. Mra George W. Bowers left yesterlav tor i k /eland. Ohio, where she rill undergo a surgical operation. Local Man Play. Paul Masters, Norval Shock and , ames Johnson took part In a game of laseball between Mobley and Glover Jap at the latter town on Sunday In vh ch the latter was the winner, 17 0 2. 8laters Sew. The local Pythian Sisters wll meet, i n an all day sewing event for the Red I >oss at the home of Mrs. R. B. Lyall j n Buffalo street tomorrow afternoon 1j Wednesday). The local Red Cross jj Chapter is still in need of workers, | 1 nu l International L Protest Meetin lie for Parade to Begin Has Returned Soldiers, l of Marion county are cord They will be given first pla also assured that they will 1 home by all other partiiipa spectators on the sidewalks, unable to marchWill be giv< This celebration is fpf bring about worldNpm&i a our boys fought. )f The celebration/win c( from Fourth street/ Fakm 2 o'clock in the aft/padon^ pal thorouglgajjesroi the < speeches at CouiyHouse af All organized labor in is urgently requested to be J organized labor anticipate soon is-requested to be pres I to ber known in history as < h*^ ever realized. '/ BY ORD < If You Are f Need a Ne See MtyGfc E. Towner ? day and Fricfey. May 1st ar Mr. Townef will give 3 ence of years in TRUSS fitti This is your opparturtft; Truss by an EXPER#^ If you are RUf*TUREE don't fail to tajsl' advantage Special Attention to Men, FAIRMONT F WATSON HOT! "The Drug St< luring till threa hundred garments mt out tnd ready fbj- sewing. ' Released. Beit Davis, son of Mr- sad Mru. R. X. Davis of Burt street. with ths nary on the U. S. 8. South Carotin* h*i boon discharged from tho oorrtco and ii rrpected to return home soon. Sons Arrive, Mr. an.1 Mrs. D. S. Kerry of Homo- i wood are in receipt of a message an-! trouncing the safe arrival in New York of their aon. Sort who arrived with J the Fifteenth Engineers from France. Tho arrival on Thursday of their son Alfred is aleo announced. Attend Meeting. Mm. U. H. Debendarfer, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Haugb. Mr. and Mrs.B. E. Mitchell and Dr. and Mrs. W. U Mitchell have returned from a lata session of the Masonic meeting in Wheeling. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Waller L. Jenks wero^ visitors in Fairmont on Sunday. Mrs. C. D. Boutwell left yesterday for a visit with friends in Cameron. Mrs. J. F. Blaekwell and eon. of Fair mont have returned home aiter a visit with th ? former's sister. Mrs. Huey, near Mannlngton. Miss Helen Pricbard was here from Weir-ton. where she is teaching, for the week end with her parents In Pleasant street. oJhf. O'Hare of Clarksburg, a former Mannrnrunian was a business visitor in th?- city yesterday. re'urned to It* Texas oQ fields after a short visit oiK" Sh'?W left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Slatersvi.le. / ii lew Vannelhalla iLJ 11 *\n T7t?i ?j a. nuyv ui c AirJiiOll soutit Uip week end a* the irnest Jf U1** Edith Charlton in High street. Jon V. Dotts of Farmington. was a justness caller in the city yesterday. W. S. Murray of the MoCrory store, sprat the week end with his family in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burkley spent the week end with friends in Cameron. Mrs. C. C. 8beppard was home from he University at Morgan town for the week er,d with her parents in Howard Mrs. J. Tf. Hornbec* has returned Maria* aye liSudy Co>|ca^uo TCE abor Day and g for May 1st Been Changed to 2 P. M. Mrs and Marines lially invited to attend, ce in line of march. They )e given glorious welcome nts arid tt>e thousands oi , Atf who are wpunded or i, i^plac^in aitfdmobiles^^ the ptirpoeffe of talpftfg to nd aertocrajjy/for which i insist of parade starting ; tfnt averse, promptly at i xtendingover the princi>ity; jrtusic by bafid and tV.'parade is firfished. the^Monongahela Valley represented, and all unig becoming organized sent, as, we want this day ! me of fl(je greatest labor >ER OF ipMMITTEE. \ " " T " ........ tuptured or j :w Trips jflr i wT / S^S / ./ ' i' it this store next Thurs- |; id 2ncLr i] /ou Ris personal experi- I: #fg. : y to be fitted with a ji ) or need a new TRUSS 11 of this opportunity. S^omen and Children | |^ARMacy | . 4 9 1 f 5VBN1 (mft rtilt ?Uk her daughter Mr*. L. V? Boggees to Pittsburgh. Mr*. Putteee uotneuM her here fer e rijsrt at the Horaheck home hi ManuingtooaYfuua. Jack Bperthener *u here from Clarkeburg to spend the week end with hie fsmily in Locust itreet. Miss Ruth 8hisl?r of Wheeling event the week end with Her eonein Mrs. C. R. Derore In Main etreet. , Mrs. James MoGonigal and dsugbter Mary Alice of rakawnt spent Sunday j with friends here. ! Mies Margaret PranrKt of Kansas Oil)'. Mo., is here for a Tisit with her : sister Mrs. A. L. Priehard of Pleasant street. Miss Elizabeth Brown of Mcrfantown is the cuaet of Miss Sarah Purbee in Center street. Mrs. Bonn'* McDonald has returned to btr home in Clarksburg after a visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Debendarfer In Locuet street. ^^TBjUfljgTENS OUT ^ HertftX^made HalrBstMMgl* nut etlckjfor iummigifftmfj perfumed. fta lifcjjBnur It. Take* the piy?\r jfmaamtnins iron*. ?'****Jk?kinkj, annrly lialr pftym*tr?H? lour, *tra1gfct andk\jjfr. IftTotjr hair 1* dry or nir^^r BmQiv' It cleans dandruff ina,*fhp<n?l l In jr hair. HerollB MJtity tuCrBlCR *1 CENTS, itygF.ar- euln.\ Agent* wanted jOMMore. 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