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I ' !| EAST SIDE I NEWS Another Family Reunion. The first reunion of the Blackwood family will be held Sunday, 'August II, at the home of Mrs1. Mary Shingleton on the Rockland farm near Graf-, ton. Mr. and Mr.s Harvey Blackwood of Clifton Forge, Va., will be present Other members of the family will attend from Elklns, Morgantown and from different points In Ohio. J. F. Blackwood and, family, of Maryland avenue, ezpect'to attend also. - At Camp Dawson. Mr.,<and Mrs. T. V. Buckley and son, Harr yr,Ms. Ella Augustus and son, Walter, Miss Mary Mann, of this city, and Miss Price, of Mannlngton, are eamptn th slgweek at Camp Dawson I on the. Cheat river. | Returned Home. ' Mr. and Mrs." Robert Shears, who . have been visiting relatives here the past several weeks, left tor their home at Muncle, Ind., Tuhrsday. Mr. Shears' sister, Mrs. Florence Bfannen, of Brown street, accompanteu them home. From Charleston. ' James McCullough, of Charleston, arrived here Thursda.y Sir. McCullough was called heer by the critical Illness of his niece. Miss Eunice Minor. Miss Minor is still very 111. <.' Here from Muncie. - An automobile party from Muncie, Ind., arrived here yesterday and are Visiting relatives and friends oh the East side. The party Included Mrs Qeorge Carpenter, her daughters, Etta and cLota, Mrs. Conner and child and Mrs. Crowley und daughter, her sons, Ivawrenec Carpenter, wife and two children and Edward Carpenter. Two automobiles were used in conveying the fa'mily here and the journey wn, taade without any mishap. Personals. , MISB JPfiSie Mllglies HUB iriuiiicu u> her liome at Ernshato after visitlns her sister, .Mrs; Earl Debolt, in Vermont avenue. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Outright art moving today Into the property recently purchased from Mr. Hamilton in Maryland avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, of Maryland avenue, will spend the week thd with ret&tltes at Hundred. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Koon entertained a |ttmber of young folks Wednesday evening at an Informal dance at their home Iti Maryland avenue. Mrs. S. A. ShuttlC3?orth, of Mor gantown avenue, is recovering from a several weeks' illness. Mrs. Viola Springer, daughter Miss IF THIN AND NERVOUS, TRY PHOSPHATE Nothing Like Plain Ditro-Phosphate to Put on Firm," Healthy Flesh and to Increase Strength, Vig. or and Nerve Force, When one stops to consider I he host of thin people who are searching continually for some method by which they may Increase their flesh to normal proportions by the filling out of ugly hollows, tho rounding off of protruding angles with the attendant bloom of health and attractiveness, it is no wonder that many and varied - . suggestions along this line appear from time to time In public print. While excessive thinness might be attributed to various and subtle cases In different Individuals it is a well known fact that the lack of sufficient phosphorous in the human system is very largely respt^tilble for this con, iition. Experiments on humans and p animals hy runny sciont sts have demonstrated beyond question of doubt, that a body deficient In phosphorous becomes nervous, sickly and thin. A noted author ami professor In his book 'Chemistry ami Food Nutrition," publisher In 1918 says: "* * * that Jhe amount of phosphorous required ; - tor the normal nutrition of man Is seriously underestimated in many of ;i our standard text hooka." y . It seems to be well established that this deficiency In phosphorous may aow be met by the use of an organic pi;:- phosphate known throughout the EnRC1 .Klish ispeaklng coutnrles as BltfO,. ghosphate- Through the assimilation frgpror tide1 phosphate by the nerve tissue E./Vthe phosphoric contont when absorbed k In tne amount normally required by k p" nature soon produces a welcome P;." change in our body and mind. Nerve ^ tension disappears, vigor and strength replace weakness and lack of energy. I and the whole body soon loses its ug| ly hollows and abrupt angles, becoming enveloped in a glow of perfect health and beauty and tbe will and <; strength to be up and doing. It Is sold l it' by the H-H Drug Co., in Fairmont I and all good druggists. -CAjDTION:?While Bltro-PhosI phate is unsunpassed for the relief of nervousness, general debility, etc. those taking it who do not desire to *i, put on flesh should use extra care in avoiding fat-producing fooda. taiaiilsJJMkW STRAIGHTENS OUT, KINKYHAIR jRS&REZPiS* H?lr D?..lnt Is tho'place of straightening lrens. ?oKaL.Ct?Vu'i' /SS^fiSBS and silky. If reur halr ls dry er ' Xi7. "7 HtrciUn lt cleans dand' raff sad stops tolllnr hair. Herolj? sent by mall, PRICE 2S CENTS, ft ?r*l*hor "ll1',. -J161"* wantei ft ?*?*J?*era. Writs tor particulars. HEROLnr MEDICINE CO, J Naomi and mo. Carl, of Goffer street, are expeoted boms-from.Atlantic City this erasing. Lloyd BoggM?,iaac*on? 'to;5U*ontowa on business. 5 M QUARTERLY CONFERENCE. ****** ^w*" rtnartiMti I' ihi t +4 .HV ?? ? ?V?V wwiorvuvo V* the Methodist Eplsoopal church was held last evening at the church In Kalrmont avenue. Routine matter* were attended to. Dr. Archibald Moore, district superintendent of the Morgan tow ndlstrlct, presided at the sessions .which were well attended by officers of the church and organizations affiliated with It. Howard Gray, of View avenue, who has bees employed in the oil fields In Ritchie county for some time, la at his home for a visit with hi* wife and child. ClARMMR CAN EAT ANYTHING NOI Greatest Tonic of the Age, Working Wonders. Mr. James Lear of 343 Hickman St., Clarksburg, W. rva., Joins the! vast army of happy and grateful users at the greatest tonic of the age, Tonic Golden Seal with Iron and Gentian. He says: "My trouble was nervous In ill Or AO t Inn Mvr dt/rniaok t*??? ?- ? very bad condition and everything I ate would Hurt me, and immediately , after eating I would experience that1 drowsy feeling. 1 was also bothered with rheumatism and piercing pains in my back and chest that greatly annoyed me. I was advised to try the Qolden Seal laboratories combined treatment, which consists of the Tonic and ARNG-ATE, an orange flavored laxative salt. I have taken both these wonderful preparations and want to say right now they have certainly benefitted me. Indigestion does not bother me any more and I can cat anything. I do, not have those drowsy spells and diz2y spells any more. I feel more alive and wide awake than I have for some time Panis in chest and back rapidly getting better, and as I intend to keep right on taking jrthls great treatment. 1 know that in a snort wniie rn oe reemg line a new person. I advise any one who suffers ias I dtd, to give this great tonic a Ifair trial. I heartily recommend it." I Stop at Crane's Drug Store today 'and see demonstrator who is direct (from the laDoratories?he w91 explain; jeverything to you about these two Iwonderful preparations. / ' ? t 9 T . Jul m si I 4< w \ to men Virrfini five (8] cigaret bined. But det the U mixet Sme clgaret fe> tie %? ^ 1 MM^.yViiiST VlhlaliNJUUN, J.ft DON'T YOU MISS The pleasure yon might enjoy by bete* the- owner of aaBeahnan Kodak? If yon-are on a. raeatlon?afloat or ashore?every where you go,.yon find something yon would like to remember. Would not a photograph fill the bill? We hare many different styles. Let ns show yon how easily tbey are operated. A. 0. Martin Company,? Adv. I? jPjl Demand the |er v!?!^ ?fllckfltmet enc "Smoke Virginia Stri UMJU? - .UWMUIMIJUIJMIMlWiJlli.tlMJUIJIIBMBa ast yea ten sioked SO mi] [Hinds irdin ibacco l have always liked that a la taste, last year they sm< I times as much Virginia ti tea as all foreltfn-grown to really enjoy Virginia fall flavor ont of every pni i with other tobaccos?smc ike It In a Piedmont, tl te. Th?\tow** nin dmc HI I ??I? ? Xk UtMONT, >&LLIAV EVhM IT IS THE END OP TROUBLE When the right pair or glasses are void for the good of ailing eyes. Nothing else will glre relief, became, nothing else will bring light to a foous where it should be. Light Improperly to cussed is what Is wrong with most ailing eyes. Bring your eye troubles to us. A. B, Bcott, Optometrist and Optician, comer Jefferson and lfaln fits. Phone 512-R.?Adr. r mine by full name ffljl ourade substitution. IIRiH A-COLA CO. jjJ NTA, GA. It2-I | light' ' IF lion of ia f lisp, appetizing oked more than obacco In their tobaccos comat its best?to Pf?don't smoke rite it straight I te all-Virginia curette Hit mm i in i _/ . L_ JNG, AUGUST ZZ, 1?1?. 1 \ nr a i O VJ An WE HAVE RECE Commission a ; Virginia. Thes ly six per cent LIKE ALL OTHE] fected by incre pany not only i es; it did not e? WE DO NOT ASK / nize our obligal service at reasc WE ARE STRIVE have a reasona cannot provide that make goo< necessary to ke . WE ARE SUBMI1 the facts and f Virginia in ord< WE HAVE NOTH1 patrons and th I confronting us, these facts you return. In this ligations to tho I The Chesaf Com i"""1 : ~T~~ni" Defeat I 1 KB m rail Api You can save yoursell tant advance sale of new, Ibefore-the-increase costs. Of course, we know w J mark them the same price . in - - ? *? - Turn overs?ttic Kind th values. v DIGNIFIED CI I TO FALL 0 Just received from 01 I m_i * n/r 9- nr. x'uic inuuuiiei), men a vv? lettes, Figured Georgette Silk Taffetas, etc. We wc $2 PFf CLOT 325 ur Subscribe d the Public: \ INTLY SUBMITTED to the Put petition for increased rates throuj ;e rates, if authorized, will yield aj on our actual investment. Et INDUSTRIES, we have been st ased costs. During the year 191? "ailed to earn its interest and divic irn enough to pay its operating ex FOR EXORBITANT PROFITS, don, as a public utility, to give the inahle pVinrcrpa. ?? IG to give good service, but to do ble return on our investment. Wi the many features of property am i service; nor can we secure the 1 ep pace with the growth of your < TING to the Public Service Com 'igures pertaining to our operatio er that it may make a thorough im NG TO CONCEAL. We are anxic e public generally should know th because we believe that with a kn will endorse our efforts to earn a i way only can we fulfill complet se we serve. )eake and Potomac Telej ipany of West Virginia 0 he High Cc gsarel?BUY I : a "fine penny" by takine advanti quality Fall clothes and secure t e could hold our stocks just a we ; at clothes ordered later. But w< at made this store famous for (EDIT TERMS ALL IRESSES ir,New York headquarters, jar Serges, Smartest TricoCrepes, Charmeuse Satins, | ilcome your inspection. J 2.98OT / IPLE KING Madison Streel hbmhhhmbmhmmhhhmbmhhhhsmmbhi w PAGSsl| ' B jhout West f I iriously aft f- jH jiuj We recogthout it we i personnel .onumumty. jr AI )honc :''WS^r If .*89 T. v "rP%izs9J^^^H 'St Of I HOW ige of this impor- jfc he benefit of the e bit longer and : believe in qnick' -I its remarkable I H CO. t if iifTl i ?