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wPwenty-five New Teachers
iZfffce schools of Fairmont Indepen^^Kt.'sehool
district will open tor tUo
ffttr 19X9-20 next Monday. EverjtHBhlmi
1? la readiness for the opening
p a large attendance is anticipated.
if The -faculties of the high school as
IBr^l as the grades have been matestrengthened
by the addition of
HEPAty-five new teachers. Eight of
BBtofe teachers hare been assigned to
1Kb high school faculty, three to the
sdbool, one to the Butcher
five to the Fleming school,
16 the Miller school and two to
we new teachers haye bedn seCirith
great care and are ba|
to be peculiarly well fitted for
IjpstB they -will occupy.
the new teachers the following
residents of this ctly: Beulah
er. Edna Stevens, i/ucile Henry,
jfcPrickett, Jane Yost, Marie
,"Tlnb Hess, Jessie Church, MilAtkins,
Erma Henry, Mary Sarsyl
the new teachers selected for
ilgh school faculty are college
Ates and It is believed tbe high
1 will have a record year's work
wrt when the term is concluded.
kddKlon to the strengthening of
acuity of the high school the
tig has been painted and put In
gl^ss condition. New equipment
ise in the study of chemistry,
ci'and" biology has been purid.
Splendid facilities have been
Jefl for the study hall, new
i purchased and Prof. W. A.
1 has been appointed to have
8 Dora Lee Newman a memlber
& high school faculty who was
a leave of absence to do Y. M.
Ba .A. hut -work in Prance will return
82". shortly and will resume her
HSuties A cable-received by Mr. WllKoo
from Miss Newman Is to the efHESLthat
she has been delayed In getV&Of'
her transport and will be one
^Msek late in starting her work.
K Miss Jennie Harshbarger formerly
KP'teacher in the' Butcher school who
Bgras given a leave of absence in order
H): finish her course at the University
HHffi&refurn here this year and will
^HS*vmember of the high school fac
HTmIss Beulah Walker -who was also
Kkiven a leave of absence to attend
I ichool at the Mechanics school at
B^ochester will return also to resume
K. During the summer quite a numBlrar
of the teachers have Attended
hummer schools at various places
HEjjEjainong the number are the folHyMUUg;
The Misses Louise Leonard,
HBgEgfr. Ferguson Marie Custer, Mary
kfelcfcett, Beatrice Hall, Elsie King,
HRkce Robinson and Roy J. Martin all
^H^hom attended the West Virginia
B. M. Miisgrave who attended
^^BffTPainnont State Normal school
Bmumgier school; Miss Isa M. Neil
Wmtjo' attended school in New EngB'jftnd;
Miss Mary Harvey, who was
i student at the university of MlchiHMn
at Ann Arbor; Miss Catherine
l|Spsllacy, who attended the Ohio uniUSETRCOlU)
B?f at aO Dntsbta, or out pnptld by
WQU WIUMM? MPS. CO., CUVtlANO, OHIO
k*' For Sale at Cranes Drug Store.
||rapair jobs whether for
| Of course you have 1
I gasoline enough to carr
Sjyou amount of gasoline
p ^-inch Jawco Spark
Bjjcomplete line of Nation
verdty at Athens; Mrs. Georgia Colley
who attended Ohk) university; M. V.
Denning'who attended school at the
Bowling. Green business university;
Miss Carol Powell who took a course
at Cornell at Ithaca, N. Y., and J. S.
Hawkins who studied at Western university
at Cleveland, Ohio.
There have been several changes in
the headB of the ward schools and
men have Vten eeleated tor these
piaces who rfre believed to be well (tiled
for the places. H. L. White the
new principal for the Butcher school
is a graduate of West Virginia university
and for the past five years
has been the head of the schools of
Spencer W. Va. The Spencer high
school is one of the Normal training
high schools and his experience there
will be valuable to him in his new
Roy J. Martin who succeeds Prof.
W. A. Crowl as principal of the Fleming
school is an ex-coun'ty superintendent
of schools of Taylor county.
He is a school man of much experience
and is well known In this
county, having taught in its borders
and also attended Fairmont 'State
Normal school. He has been a student
at the University at "Morgantown
A new department, that of Spanish,
hag been added to the high school
this year and Miss Mary Bernice
Scott, of Waynesburg,- Pa., will he
The ward school buildings have also
been put in excellent order to facilitate
the work of the year.
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Newsboys of City
Newsboys of the city who are members
of the NeAboys' club are today
holding a picnic at the old fair
grounds. The boys went to the fair
grounds at 9 o'clock this morning and
will spend the greater part of the day
there returning about 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon in order that they may get
on the street early with The West Virginian.
Ice cream was a part of the
picnic dinner enjoyed.
Membership cards are being printed
for the members of the Newsboys' club
and will be ready for distribution
within the next few days. The cards
are being printed for the members of
the club by The West Virginian.
When opals are first taken frc)n
the mine they are so soft that they
i can be picked to pieces with the fin[
The reason we so strong
frail, sickly children is b
remedy which contains E
tones, Iron and Mangane
rophosphates ? but no
needed to build them u]
taste, and children love it
These Two Motheri
"My little daughter, 13 years old,
overworked and was run-down, tired
all the time, nervous, had headaches,
couldn't eat and haa to stay out of
school. Vinol has built her up. She
has a good appetite, no more headaches
and has returned to school
again. "?Mrs. Lester Andrews.
Crane's Drug Store, M<
Drug Store. Vinol is sold in
tion Pharmacy, and draggis
?ou will find in oui
just the kind of tools y<
light or heavyy work, also
un out of gasoline, sometime
les for gasoline. The gasoline
imall coppered tank inside tl
y you 3 miles, also has figui
! in large tank, $1.50.
il For This
Plugs fully guaranteed, 75c v
I in your car will save a lot <
al and Champion to fit all k
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Koppers Co, Benedicts.
Deny they Were Beat
The baseball game between the J
married men and single men of the
Koppers Company which took place j
cn the Ea-it Side diamond yesterday
evening resulted in a tie and the mar- '
rled men have asked that a correc- ,
tlon be made of the statement that J
they were defeated.
Three games have been played foe- ,
tween the two teams, acb tam, winning
a jam and the game yesterday :
evening resulting in a tie score. The
fourth and deciding game will be
played on the East Side diamond next "
Monday evening beginning at 5:30 p.
DAY BY DAY THEY COME.
New "Society Brand" Fall Salts
and other famous makes are reaching
our stocks every day . They are wonderfully
attractive and even though:
prices generally are high the remark-1
ably reasonable prices here will be(
instantly recognized by our patrons.
Stop and see some of the Fall Suits
In rich shades of brown?they are going
to be very popular . Deitz's Leader
Shop. 219-221 Madison St.?Adv.
Ithe angels continue
|the guard you began i
I The expectant mother ov/a it not
only to netseir to prepare iur 1U caaici
birth, but to her child who should be
monger, healthier and more robust
through her careful and intelligent use
Used by 3 Generations?
At all Druggists.
| Special Booklet on Motherhood
' Brmdfield RofulatorCo, Dept. F-7.Athot*,0?3
idly on Vinol
y\y recommend Vinol for
ecause it is a non-secret
ieef and Cod Liver Pepse
Peptonates and Glyceoil
? the veiy elements
3. It is delicious to the
5 Have proved 1 his.
Willi&nuon, W. Va.
"My little boy was weak, puny,
and tired all the time, did not want
to do anything. Vinol was recommended
and it built up his strength
and made him healthy. Now he romps
and plays like other children. W?
certainly believein Vinol for children.''
juntain City Drug Co., Hall
Mannington by the Prescript
r automobile department
ju will need for various
a complete line of Ford
fail to investigate this
Reserve Tank for Ford
is you have had to walk
vnni? V I
AiCSCiTC xann cuuo jviu
te large tank, it holds
red gauge on it, to give
alue, this week only 39c.
of trouble. We have a
inds of cars.
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Johnson to Umpire
Fans who are planning to attend the
Watson Building-Monongah Glass
baseball game at South Side park tomorrow
aternoon will be glad to learn
that Umpire Johnson of Grafton has.
been engaged to umpire the game.
Umpire Johnson umprled the last
Monongah Glass-Watson Building
Same and did the officiating in such
i manner that neither team made the
OF "FLO" KEPT HER
HOME LONG TIME
But When Mrs. Fred O.
Buckley Took Nerv-Worth
a Happy Change Occurred.
Mrs. Fred 0. Buckley, wife of a well
known fanner, who lives near Flint,
Mich., made the following striking j
statement, signed her name to it and
then consented to Its publication:
VI can recommend Nerv-Worth to
anyone suffering from "flu's" after-,
effects. I was afflicted with that
smothering sensation which so many
"flu" victims experienced. I was also
weak and nervous and had no ambition
to do my housework. One bottle
Df Nerv-Worth has convinced me of
Its marvelous curative powers. Today
Is the first time I have felt like
? ' '~ cln/?o T irnq tnkpn
IAJ1JJ1U& W IUU Ui; u.uw ~
flown with the influenza, which was
along In the winter.
"MRS. FRED 0. BUCKLEY,
"Flint, Mich., R. F. D. 3."
Your dollar back If Nerv-Worth
floes not benefit you. Crane's drug
store sells Nerv-Worth In Fairmont.
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FOR FRIDAY and SATUR
BOYS' GENUINE CROM
THER CORDUROY NOR
SIZES 7 TO 17 YEARS, A
At Prices T1
$16.95 j $4 98
for young men'. ^ ^ ^
3-piece suits nif-l #f ^
ty styles, In not
c? mlxturMl 'all sizes; values
$22. values. I .
* up to $7.50
for boys' Knlck? . I ft
er-Bocker pant*,' 8ft f J w\i
suitable for ?
K school?all sires,
$1.25 values. 'Originators aj
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& TRANSFER CO.
SCOTT CONN, prop.
188 Washington StreetQUALITY
IS THE BA
Come to th<
tfow that Fairmont's NEWES
md BEST clothing store ? t]
[JNION ? is open for busine
md favorably known we w
5f the new season TODAY an
Already the NEW STORE h
LEADING clothing store of I
With NEW models constantly
headquarters our display is
npened for business a few wee
Come?join us in celebrating t
what's what in LATEST style.
To every visitor. I
but smething reallj
in, get YOUR som
brate. We promise
It's a good time, too, to learn
PROFITABLE it is to open
Next to Fire House
JR BOY IN CI
DAY ONLY, WE PLACE 0
PTON WATER PROOF AL
FOLK SUITS, DRAB
GOOD $10.00 VALUE FOR
Friday and Saturda
hat Put "Profiteering" To I
for boys' blouse for boys' or girls' f
waists, just .right fast black -school c
for school wear, hose, all sles, 29c v
50c values, values.
ad Leaders of Low Prices in
I have just opened a shop In
room 212 Masonic Temple, and am
prepared to do your work neatly,
Phone 761-M. MRS. H. C. KIMMEL
SIS OF THE WEST VIRi
!g / ^
irn / ^
as taken its proper place ?
r being sent from our New
EVEN BETTER than whe
he opening of the new seasoi
Nothing cheap or gaudy
r worth while. Come
/enir, and help us celeyou
a good time.
how EASY, PLEASANT
an account here. Ask abou
ens&Jhp&IOOSina IBLv |
lS C7 QQ I
COLOR. $i mifOl
fj B VI for girls' glng.
91 ham school dres*
i ^***"^1 es, size* upto 14;
Fairmont vaiue, up t<> $1.50
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1 T PP IT XIA ACS' J
XJJDU XX. Juaiau
End South Side Bridge.
Devocs Lead and Zinc PatnU,
Rodgers Auto Enamels, and Btaln
Floor Varnishes, etc.
111 FAIRMONT AVE. ..
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