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1 / ' FIRST BAPTI8T CHURCH.
W. J. Eddy, Pastor.
Since we have aerrlce In the mom
Ins only why not come out in largi
numbers? If church people will no
(tend by the services no one elsi
v would be expected to. The Sunda;
) school will be at 9:30. 10:30 the Jun
__ lor sermon; subject, "Something Beau
tjfij;.; tlful." 10:60, morning service; sub
IMfS 'ect? "The Three Great Verbs of the
Gospel and the Christian Life." Goot
JSp. music will be furnished for the ser
-1. Vices. The union evening service wll
be at the M. P. Temple at 8 o'clock.
christ church.
Balrd Mitchell, Rector.
| j 1 7:30 a. m? Holy Communion; 9:3(
fc.,' a. m., church school; 10:45 a. m.
Morning Prayer and sermon; 7:15 p
I... ' - m., ope nair service, court house
Rpj' ' Welcome.
m .thefirst m. e. church, south
H- Robt. J. Yoak, Pastor.
Hmi. Ctinrlov enlmnl (\ 'I(\ a m TI T
? . Tones, superintendent. The subject o
our morning sermon will be "Thi
Jfig&.i Greatest Theme or Preaching Christ."
W">. Preaching and public worship at 10: 4S
fife. a. m. Senior Epworth League. 7 p. m.
\& Mr. Oscar Wilson, president, Sunday
July 20th, will be time when we are u
make our first payment on the Centen
ary offering. Bishop Darlington wil
be in our city and preach for us Jul}
'27th, 10:45 a. m. The finance com
7 mlttee will meet Tuesday night, 8:3<
o'clock.
GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Third St. and Gaston Ave.
Roy J. Meyer, Pastor.
If The services for tomorrow are as fol
lows: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
I" Mr. C. A. Pilson, superintendent
Morning worship and sermon at 10:4;
o'clock; subject, "The Trials and S'ul
ferings of the Apostle Paul." Eveninf
service at S o'clock. Miss Clara Leh
man, leader, assisted by pastor; sub
Ject, "Lutheranism." A welcome await!
you here. Good music at all the ser
vices. This is the Friendly church.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH.
Fairmont Ave. and Fourth St.
Claude E. Goodwin, Pastor. '
Services tomorrow as follows: Sun
day school at 9:30. An hour spent it
Bible study is'most profitable. Plat
to be presenL It a visitor, you wil
find just the class to suit you. Ciasse:
for all ages. If you are a member o
the school, your presence will cncour
age others. Help your class for t
large attendance. Be on time for th!
opening service. You will enjoy thi
orchestra and the enthusiastic sing
ing. Public worship and sermon a
I, Jf. 10:45; subject of sermon. "A Three
' f- ' Fold Command." Some phases of th<
# . Centenary celebration will be empha
sized. A good attendance Is antlclpat
ed, as this is the only public servic<
! of the day. Visitors and strangers an
invited. Members and frierds of th<
church are expected . Union evangelis
tic service sat the M. P. Temple a
I fi AA mu~ 1 VI- .?
w.v w viuvn. Alio xucuiuerauip ul mi:
church la urged to attend this ser
vice.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Jackson and Jefferson Sts.
H. G, Stoetzer, D. D? Minister.
You are cordially Invited to be pres
ent at the morning services ot thi
church which will be, Bible school a
9:30; classes (or all ages. Mr. J. Wal
ter Barnes, superintendent. The Busi
ness Men's Bible class, teacher, Mr. J
W. Preston. Sometimes we hear thi
words ot an old hymn set to new mu
sic and often new beauty and inspire
tion is delivered, so there will be at
old theme or subject taken up at thli
session ot the class but It will be pre
sented In a new way and with illus
trations so interesting that none cat
afford to miss it, come and see. Morn
ing service at 10:45; Mr. J. A. Marti:
from theWesternTheological Semlnan
in Pittsburgh, will preach. As Dr
Stoetzer will be away on his vacatloi
and convalescing from his recent ill
ness, Mr. Martin will be with us as t
regular supply until his return. Let uall
attend the union meeting at nigh
lu ub uem ac me ra. f. Temple, llld
week service Wednesday evening a
7:30.
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN.
Clarence D. Mitchell. D. D? Minister
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; morninf
worship an;l preaching at 10:45 a. m.
sermon theme. "God's Conquerors."
Good music. Evening union service a
the M. P. Temple at 8 o'clock. Thi
public Is most cordially Invited to al
these services.
M. P. TEMPLE.
J. C. Broomfleld, . D., Pastor.
The evening union evangelistic ser
to;; vice of the seven co-operating church
es will be held In our church tomor
row evening. Come and enjoy wor
shipping God, fellowshlpplng with HI:
a people, and hearing the message of thi
& .minister elect Sunday school at 9:31
B a. m.. W. W. Conaway, superintendent
Public worship at 10:45, with ser
mon on "The Changeableness of Re
fc llglon and the Permanency of Chris
E; tnanity.V Evening worship at 1
o'clock when seven churches will Jolt
gS In a union evangelistic service in oui
1 rhOISONOAKI
wjp Wub with weak sola. < , jgft# '
Hon of blao stone or I TOrai
eS lime water, dry thor-' |SIK'
ooghly, follow with light appli.' fSTlJV
cation of? * JiM&y'
yicr s vaporuM '
"YOUR BODYGUARD"-30f.60>T?)5o
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|V i HARVEY'S
U ' A Place to Eat.
Kenyon Hotel Bldg.
314 .Madison Street,
Will pay cash market
price* for ?liberty Bonds,
A. J. HAYES,
3' a 17 Hayes Bldg. Monroe.
.
Big
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building. The public is urged to attend
these evening services. At the
. morning service we will administer the
j ordinance ot baptism to children. Part
ents please note this announcement.
PALATINE BAPTIST CHURCH.
C. F. Eddy, Pastor.
9:30, Bible school, Prof. W A. Hus.
tead, superintendent; 'classes for all
> ages. Bible study Is as essential In
I summer as in any season. -Make it
. profitable Sunday jnornlng. 10:46,
I morning worship. Those attending this
service will not be sorry. Something
special. 7:00 p. m? B. Y. P. U. service;
topic, "Crusading Against Intern,
perance," Eph. 6:10-20. 8:00 p. m.,
, union servic* of the Diamond St. M,
E.. Methodist Protestant and Baptist
' denominations of tbo East side. Wed'
nesday, 8:00 p. m? prayer service.
FLEMING MEMORIAL CHURCH.
EdgemonL
Geo. W. Guthrie, Pastor.
. "Whosoever heareth, 'shout the glori[
our sound!
i Spread the blessed tidings all the
world around;
i Tell the Joyful news wherever man
, Is found:
, 'Whosoever wil lmay come.'"
> This Invitation is ringing out to you
now just as forciblly as It ever did in
1 the past. Come! Sunday school at
r 9:30. If you can't come, send the chll
dren. Morning sermon, 10:30; sub
) Ject, "With Christ on the Mount."
Christian Endeavor at 7:30; subject,
"The Crusade Against Intemperance;"
leader, Mr. Olen Davis. The leaders ol
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"When a Toons Men Comes to Himself."
8EVENTH DAY ADVENTI8T
CHURCH.
Pythian Hail.
H. B. Weatcott, Paster.
Serrices in the Seventh Day Adventlet
church for the week end are. Sabbath
school (Saturday( 2:00 p. m.
Preaching service (Saturday) 3:00 p.
m. A welcome is extended to all to
worship with us.
TABERNACLE SERVICES.
Comer Morgantown Ave. and Merchant
St.
t H. B. Weatcott, Minister.
The second week of the tabernacle
services being held in the canvass tabernacle
in Merchant street will begin
Sunday night. The subject for this
service will be "One Thousand Years
In No Man's Land." This is one of Mr.
Westcott's best subjects and will
doubtless draw a large hearing.
The subjects for next week are:
Monday night?"Man's Future Home
?Good Housing Conditions, Pleasant
CuerAtinillnes TTwrvall <an+ Pllmnto
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Pure Water."
Tuesday night?The Veneral Plague
?A lecture for men only by Mr. Ellers
who was Just recently discharged from
the army where he served in one of
the Prophylactic stations of the Medical
department. This lecture will be
illustrated by a large number of
slides.
Wednesday night?Why Was Sin
Permitted?
Thursday night ? The Gospel in!
: Types and Symbols.
| Friday night ? Christ's Divinity
!'Power by Mathematics. I
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church service becsose of the host. A
welcome is extended to alL
THE FIRST M. P. CHURCH.
C. C. Lsweon, Patter.
Too ore Invited to the following services
tomorrow to wlt:~~Sunday school
at 9:30', J. A. Swljer, superintendent;
Sermon, 10:45. after which communion
service; Junlop Endeavor at 6:30
p. m. Union service of three churches
at Baptist church at 8:00 p. m.
FARMINGTON |
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To Weston.
fdrs. A. R. Koon and son Robert, of
Akron, Ohio, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. W. R. Harrison hero
for the past week, left Friday for ?
week's visit with friends In Weston.
She was accompanied as far as Fairmont
with her sister, Mrs. Harrison.
8wlnglng Bridge Down.
The swinging bridge at Jamison No.
8 mine broke down Thursday evening
about 7:30 o'clock while two unknown
men and Mrs. Anna Estep and two
grandchildren were crossing from the
M V. T. mm nan v station. One of the
guy wires that held the bridge broke
and threw the five people Into the
creek ten feet below. The two men
swam to shore. Mrs. Estep sustained
a badly injured arm and,slde in falling
could not get out, while the two children
were In deep water. William
Welty and Eugene Quenon came to the
rescue and got them out. Dr. Arthur
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1 and In
Seeing F
As a Wor
Have you ever stopped to think
is a WORLD CENTER?
The world for each of us rr
Through this one spot only do we hi
life of the globe.
Only through the daily papers
ter here, the telegraph and telephom
communities, churches, schools, libi
riums, stores, industries?only throu
munity agencies of ours do we keep
Were it not for the concentrat
there would be no outside world at
munity organization the whole wroli
center for us here.
Each man's home is thus the v
large can have no meaning for him
are brought to him at shop and fir
are there, intum, act upon it. Th
house, is where he with his family i
a word, his home town.
But it is not only a manner of
center. The statement holds true i
uttermost ends of the earth the com
to us here. And in turn the produc
Fairmont to the far comers of the gl
Thanhs to the energy and enter
far-away countries are brought to ou
darkest comers of the planet have bi
isfy our wants. Make a tour of Fair
Silks and spices from the Orient; iv
and South America; foodstuffs from
fact, an infinitely varied assortmen
places of whqse names and locations
Viewing Fairmont in the light i
new and more vital interest in our 1
glimpse of Fairmont, as being for (
must make us take to heart the less*
spired the series of industrial editoria
this is the twelfth.
We have bespoken for Fairmo
ever. THEY have all along taken
them? When they have banked or
threshold the necessities, comforts am
will we betray their enterprise and ma
.Our duty to them and to our <
our duty to our best interests.
"Buy in Fairmont 1" That is i
"Stick to Fairmont 1 " This is t!
Its industries are dependent upot
who are making things here, increasii
upon us and our loyalty.
Together these manufacturers a
city's prosperity and through the cit
of each and every resident of it.
For dte sake, then, of your owi
to perform your aUoted taski in tne
voice again the pleat
KNOW. FAIRMONT. BOC
-FAIRMONT, FOR ALL J
I THE NEW Wi
| European* Fine Ne*
Bates: $L<M>, $1.21
T Transfer,; Hauling and H
.sndcarefioUy,
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her l?me here?
' Moving to llllnofe ,.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Coleman oj
and two children, James and Virginia, tc
are moving to Peoria, Illinola, where 0l
they expect to make their fntnre D
home. Their many trienda are sorry
to see them leave, but wish them, sue- ni
cess in their western home. Mr. Coleman
was given a farewell dinner at
the Stewart restaurant Thursday evening
by several of his friends. Mr. Coleman
has sold his home here .to Mrs. 71
Mary Whltlatch. a<
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Attended Sale. u
Mrs. Eatery Parrish, Mrs. Jess ?
Parks, Mrs. L. D. Martin and Mrs. John
Boor attended Hartley's remnant sale
In Fairmont Thursday.
Visiting.
Mrs. E. N. Downs was in Fairmont
! Thursday visiting her sisteiMn-law,
Mrs. J. M. Downs, who Is a patient at
Cook hospital.
Moved.'
Mrs. Eva Haught has moved from
the Hagerty building Into tlfe TV. H.
Veach property in Chnttham avenue.
Personals.
_ _
Mrs. it. a. vvoriey was visums nor
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Griffith,
in Clarksburg Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Jocie Parrlsh was shopping in
Fairmont Thursday.
Mrs. A. J. Parrlsh, of Downs, was
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Emery Lough. Thursday evening.
Jerome Hall was a business visitor
in Fairmont Thursday.
Mrs. L. N. Whltlatch and Mrs. R.
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dustrial ]
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'airmont
Id Center
of it this way?that FAIRMONT ;;
lust needs center in our HOME. ;!
ive our daily contact with the great j;
nf Fairmnnf ill* railrnarlc flat r*n- <'
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e companies that link us with other !;
-aries, postoffices, theatres, audito- i; I
tgh these and all other local com- ;;;
in touch with the world around us. ! |
ed activities of our community life, ; I
all for us. But through our com- ; !!
i, as it interests us, is brought to a I >
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world's hub for him. Old earth at '
except as its products and wealth 1 j
eside, and as his ideals and labors <;
is central spot, this world clearing '; 1
uid friends have chosen to live?in ;!
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speaking to call Fairmont a world ;;
n a very material way. From the J
modities of world production come
ts of our own industry go out from ?
obe.
prise of our merchants, the riches of >
r doors m Fairmont in return. The J
sen combed of their treasure to sat- J
moat shops and what will you find? 5
ory, gems and rubber from Africa {
1 every region of the earth; and, in %
t of commodities from far-distant
even many of us are ignorant. ?
jf these facts we cannot but talce a ^
tome town than ever before. This *
sach and all of us a world center, ?
sns of civic loyalty which have in- ;!
Is in The West Virginian of which 1 j
1 >
nt merchants better patronage than ; I
Fairmont seriously. Will \f: fail
1 us, and brought here to our very
J luxuries of every nation's making, j;
ke our purchases in some other city? ;
.
aty is to back them up. And it is ;
.
one moral of this campaigns ' __
he other slogan we have raised
1 us, each and every one. The men i >
lg our prosperity, also have banked
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nd merchants are making the whole ! j
y's prosperity they are making ftbt ;
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1 welfare, and of your best chance ~
works of peace and the future, we ^
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VND BEFORE ALLl" j I
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This mar be done safely enough It
is plank comes tram our large stock
! lumber. And when you are ready
i build you will find here all kinds 1
! materials?Lumber Rooting. Sash ,
oors, Wall Board, etc., ready for
rick delivery to you. John M. Kls;r
& Bro. Lumber Co., Phone 127-R. '
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001NQ AWAY? t
Special little Idee equipments pro- ?
ded tor vacationing. We know ex- r
:tly what Is needed if you tell us r
here you are going and how long you c
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WELJ
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Experts on cylinders,
and Boiler work. Also Au
NIGHT WORK B'S
PORTABLE 0UTFI1
Fairmont Weld
Cor. Jackson St. & Clevelar
Phone Office 138-R. Nigh
nufactu
Enterpri
Electrical
The John F. Casey Compa
dam for the west pier of
Bridge dry in six hours a
crete forty-eight hours aft
They use Electrical Energj
Do It Ele<
The Monongahela V
REFRIGERATION
FITS ANY ICE
FAIRMONT ELECTR
Jefferson St.
More Than a Pi
A business organization that ha
tbat It baa become almost a public
serve the public, within the limitatli
iustry than ever before.
Dickerson Building
4th St. and Virginia Are.
PURITY F
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Good for the merchant gets repe
erf makes more and better loares.
Fairmont Grain ?
FAIRMONT
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Absolutely fur
Offices and plant corner
streets, .East Side. Both PI
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uggest wiring your kooaava^^H
rlcity?we can show yon.la Ota^H
ites that the electric way la thermal
iconomlc?we do honM' wiring Itgl
nasterly manner at a modest eeifl
is talk it over. Fairmont BattS^H
hanges, 225 MerediUt atreet. iS9^|
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Gears, Aluminum, Pipfl
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