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1 -Successful Reunion.
A most enjoyabio Bothering iru tb I reunion- of tin T?UnU/?t the Civl W war held at the Central school build log m the EJast Side yesterday. A the dose of the morning session the: marched to the Diamondstreet chnrc] when a splendid chicken dinner wit] I a!) the atctsgoriea was serred to theE R by the ladle# of the W. C. T, U. Th I' dinner was furnished by the citizen of the East tide and was a very en | joyable part of the day's program I Veterans were here from dlfferen I parts of the county and those who re ro*Jned for evening trams wore servei tapper before their departure. Th< reunion wu one of the moat enjoyabl ones held by (be ex-soldier* for sev ml pin, , Returned Home. Mrtr B. 0. Earle who was the gues pt her, brother, A. -D. Hutchinson am family in Diamond, street, returnei Ifit jiiffbt to ljer home in New York. Frtm Plttaburgh. Mrs. Anna Barbe, of Pittsburgh. ar rfyt&Urp yesterday. Mrs. Barbe w& called here by the illness of hsr aunt Mrs. Bllgabeth Holland Vhese condl tion was unchanged at an early hou this morning. Here from Texas, j Mr. and Mrs. George Steele, of 6ai Antonio, Texas, are here ?;>r a three months' rlsit with relatives In Marloi and Monongalia counties. At preten they are guests of Mr, Steele's brother Zadoc Steele and family at Little Falls , 8old Farm. , Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Steele have sol< their (arm near Little Falls to Mr Wiles, of Tunnelton. Mr. aid Mrs I Steele will spend the winter month; t with their daughter, Mrs. Russell Ma lpne and family in Blaine street. Pergonals. ! Miss Virginia Bennett, who has beet cue suesi 01 jurs. entry racAinsiri, ;i Market street the past several days returned to her home at Barton today Joseph JolKff has returned from : few days' stay at Murray. a Mrs. J. Funt and daughter. Mis; Fannie, of Morgantown avenue, havi returned from New York whero the: vlUted relatives the past two week*. ' A son was born Sunday to Mr. am Srs. Herschel Smith, of State street la name 14 Jack Pershing. Miss Doris Steele entertained ; number of her friends last evening a her home near the city-at a HallOwe'ei party. The evening was a most enjoyable one to all present.. ; Mrs. Albert Crlss, of State street, i: recovering from a few days' illness. I ? ? 1 MANNINGTON | Birthday Club. jars. J. T. Koen entertained Uie ^members of the Ladies' Birthday clut "mt her home in Pleasant .street y eaterf day afternoon. [Employed In Texas. Carroll Mills a left on Tuesday o this week for Hlectra, Texas, where he will spend th^ winter in the oil fields Son Born. Bom, Wednesday, October 22d, tc Mr. and Mrs. Jan^es J. Allen, of Monroe street, a son. V ' 'Former Recldent Here. , T. F. Barrett, president of the Mnr (antown and Wheeling railroad com piny, and a former Matmlngton real dent, was a business visitor here or W Tuesday and Wednesday . Mr. Barrett was here In the interest of the pro* 1 posed railroad from Smithfield tc V Brave, Pa., via Mannlngton. r Miss Florence Stoddard will give her lecture on the Third Red Cross Soil Call in this city tonight This H lecture was to have been given las! Bnlght when the election of officer: Rfeok place, hat due to a cancelled en ^Jagemeot the change was made. It Bartlett?F.?k! Howell!'D. M. Hill, m X>. V. Wright, Wm. h. McCoy, J. 0, I WEAK PEOPLE WITH I IN BLOOD LIKELY L TO BE HIE VICTIMS HfMnn\ed scki wle Corpuscles I (Caled Fig iters) TUt Keep Gemn Ii Pyaso* Oi t of thgMyatem?Weak, ? R ' V iMm B*8>n a< <$M*and wor ..out Jd'wiufyfonall laKwice^ flltf jjltyJfow^Sg the of th bloWJTcuTp^tectors h^F'6 ""gth" Ifcw fljnrefcimendedhighly ana Bfe mhyiiclis to rebuild and enMflUnoverleBd blood Is the blood i. jbiu ouu vuieuuuiK us" k : afl eminent feature 01 lln A-hite corpuscles to the people, riving them nefl blood andstrength in i twve days tine In most A lure and efficient Wood it Could give you aboundulli and reserve vitality, reft, tain-blooded folk* will tfl "flu" gorm comes upon nflmy chance when there is ts of prevention. Go to jUroaey, Fairmont; Wind* Pro, Monongoh; W. P. MoH#re; rnmi: J. Yost, Fairy good drugstore today and ixpenslTe package of Novo tofloVMVpL b^f M e \be Wells?Phllipp Snyder, OrtftoB; H. I R. Stone, New York; Jaaapf V^cj^p j | Chicago; M. C Robs, JaoWfltarg; 1. It Ballard, PwkenbufgfT. W.^NoUm, ! Cllcora, Pa. 1 | Arlington?Geo. 8. Fallerton, Morgan town; Lee Kughn, N. D. "Bowen, \ Slstemllle.. 1 . c ' -Perwnala. ~ H. J. Haaght was a business visitor , In Clarksburg ojj Wednesday, Miss Lucy Prichard waa a t III tor to : Fairmont on Wednesday of tb|s week. : H. H. Harris is spending the wsek " end with relatives in Washington, PA, ' Judge Scott C. Lowe, of Fairmont, was a business visitor in Mannington ; yesterday.' Mrs. Elisabeth Hafslop is the guest " of her daughter Mrs, A. Hick, at J Cameron. * James Devore, of Rymer, wai a tfuai-. ; ness' visitor in the city yesterday. Mr flnri Mra. J. C. JaCOba. 6t Worth ington, were called her* Monday by the death of the letter's slstor, Mn. t James Masters. | There vat a League of Nations as 1 far back as 1587 when ijeyasu, Japanese leader and statesman. orsanJzeu a "League of Clans" which maintain' ed peace In the Orient tor 300 years. CATARRH Quickly Ended by a Pleasant, Healing , 'Antiseptic Air?Just Breathe IL J ^ Tho lifle hard rubber HyomeJ^n^ ? haler wAh you can get at ThjJR^I Drug cAr any reliable drugjfi'can * easily- I? carried inj>octfet ^^urse. ' It wlliJsIt a life time. A 1 Intaf Sis Inhaler youa few i droprfof the pure hea^Mll if HyOTfslil Is absorlrapy .the .ntlaep5 tic Ave UWw yoti ? e feady - to fr?the it i^BvWtH% gen Infested fnAnbran^MvlHe it will ipeedll^Jp bcAAts ^rk oManlshing perpw and^nd* fatarrh. J Gmei is > rnAfar AusiMllfc ruc/ffy is coml blnSpwith aMerla0mepU( and la , Ter#pleasan#to breathe. ills gnaanteed to banist catarrh, 1 brJchtis^infiuenra, tonsil Is, sore th&t, cJ5up, coughs and :olds of 3 mMey Jack. It often deaA out a 3 stMtermp head and opens clogged nos' trK mtwo miniltes. , Moplete outfit, including Inhaler ajrone bottle of Hyomel, costs but ' lltMn. whiln nitra bottles. If afterward needed, may be obtained at any drug- j fl t gist for a few cents. j1 I For Sale j j at Hoult, West I j Virginia, Oct. 28, 1 ;! 1119,10 o'clock I M. A | I w>a offer far sato my tiraf, I c nailing . of i;9 acres, will P I five ronin home the#on, I , ( io 1 ronci'vA si'li.i- anil Mine- <. ent, hot Aid \cold w^lr in u ouse, got* \table an# other I < itbuiidinJs.) IVo neve# failing t ; jrings, Muit tlees ofjj&ll kinds , ; nd borrjle. Tils far# Is three i i m} oneitoilf nlies from Fair, lont aJoat thl Monongahela .. : ver aJi ov i*ll#from Hoult. | ' he laid la\ l/l and is1 A l ood cultlTaSJr ^ An itfu ' i t lick or poultr*arm. Good mo i f r factories oMquilding mes. ( ose to thftiHrVround foke p ant Also cAh \nd to#arm. j as'Liuctt i pu^bSper de- I slrjftojki I SroaiJfcr three | H Also two goMa w rkJTorles, well . a broke; wok st gj# orldouble, j s gentle, waiAt l,Uf pounds, ten, ? years old ftext Jpimmel; one K Jersey cof, 3 #?rs oil; one V sow and Iijs,#n\w*on and I one sprint wajfon, JHe buggy, I mower, bjh- *ko and plow, po tato dLpfer# one-horse corn I drill, twrflJh-ows, pne cultlva-- I tor, one fell cotter, about four - k I toes of wM two tons oat straw ! I and o^Undred shocks of fod- I j j/^TERMS made knwn^on day [ 1 rot sale. Will sell all or part to } a one purchaear. .HARRY JOHNSON, j HouR. W. Va. 1 J. W. Phillips, Auctioneer. 1 ui uoua, &cS3 t? m Wixxfc? OUT cou?> xfotmC Wnmb&P Vjagjft OF LMXsWlMS jffijLjjZ * . WiOMfl- wf M _ jracwjbs , Your T .* You make sure you are getting a e$ts. Do you suppose that we \Vould goods to back up out advertisements? . sary to stand the searchlight of publii / v < ^ Great Value-Givi Y/ SUITS fust at jthe beginning of the sea f wanted fabrics and up to the minute ' for when you come in this store, yoi styles from our tremendous assortm SUITS Every suit in the newest style of tl "" season fashioned of rich velours^ vertones, serges, etc., all prices imu below their true value, \ $29.90 New Fall Suits $23.! $35.00 New Fall Suits %IU $48.50 New Fall Suits ............ $?< $57.00 New Fall Suits JS5.I Others up to ..... ^79.1 DRESSES^Oar fall dresses made of sensation hit with our many customers. E< this sale we received large new agpor ments of cloth and serge dreaflTs i keep in line with the value ifvin^ : tins extraordinary event. Jf /$15.00 Cloth Dresses.. ./,... $ 9.! -/ $25.00 Silk and Cloth. Dieses $19.! / $30.00 Silk and Cloty Dresses .. %]M f $35.00 Silk and Cloth Dresses^|!z7.! SPECIALS / SE3EE3-?All wool serge I y and poplins . $8.90 SWEATERS?New ripple tail and bell sleeve novel- HP ty knits . .<?... $13:90 CHILDREN'S COATS? Forrthtf totiomiiss of 14, we " have the greatest values S5-98 UD ^Kiais^ IWHOVTI "ou.mTTYwta.Bor VoU U\&> . \ |||b WfrUD I wwff i? snow ?y ^fggl <sw& Vou Mdsa ,"*7 ; -''x, . ' v / 3% / > ' " V'"c!>VvV'^' jopIeVG honey's ill that your money will buy when yon shop a advertise so extensively in nearly 100 cities tl ' Just bear in mind that advertised goods M c opinion. We always give you YOUR MO] tag Sale of Women's COATS DRESSES son we place on sale 500 NEW FALL GARLE fashions. This sale is of great importance to 1 can be sure that you can get what you com ents by using our dignified Charge Account 1 CQAIS BeaJtififfcoats, and coatees in sil u- / vertonis, Velours, plushes and fur ei ^ / fects,/milBip?^ed to attract the pui Y chaser to this stVe where the greal r- est value^ji Ifffijred. \ $28.0(/Coate . . J. . . $22.9 2 ] $35.00Xaa?Srf*ia Coatees $25.9 J $45.00 Coats and Coatees ..... $34.9 J $50.00 Coats and Coatees ..... $38.9 Others up to f MILLp?l(Y ^ BeautifuLrf^faels in turban, tam an tailorsi^^fiects. Every hat priced a jj*r $2.98, $475, w $5.98^Etc. vlens Suifs and Overcoats / dition to the assurance of qualit^^ur trarwe offe/ absolutely corred^yles and reaf30.(KVand up ery^larmCnt in the Sto: f Specials in Boys' Sui eople's Cli 325 Madisc IW FORM OF DRAMATIC CEHTCISMZEI )W 1'pBgi.gBggy ^ ^ 1^5 H &BmX f ' bousur |i$g| jb W. | BIS U^?&?10!'y '^VHnH "V''; . * ''> ?"'v-'"fv*I: '. ^:>r : >:?*'%uffi?||IB^^M| ivesYou Worth! ,t a store that always safeguards your Intertiroughout the country if we did not have the USI- possess QUALITY AND VALUE neces*IEY'S WORTH* ^Misses' I ' WAISTS ; |l d Large assortments of the new ftdl | t blouses to go with the fall -suit or ?p?? 1 rate sklit. 0111% crepe ae cuma, kw*- '' XjM $2.7J^79, $6.79 , Generous Dignified IB With the high cost of living you will find CSIBO our modem CREDIT- PLAN a wonderful * -VJsm convenience. This privilege costs not a P ^ ? j i . m hi ' ** * 1 nn n. 1 re Keduced id iiusaale ? . 4 : . its and Overcoats in Street mm s- v# ^ rT^ypm