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]). Hecker; Lesson gtudy, Mr*. Trerey week 4t Morgantown will be m.tffeji'by Meedames w. J. Boydston, C. ^jX JickBon and A. C. Ross. A feaiure i of the meeting will be the reception of I fonrteen p?w -members. The folk>.wi lot ladles will act as hostesses: Mes| dames HarVey Shain, B. F. Sherwood, ^.wBUOBf WlUlamJAlgeo," George W. Squires and Charles Smith. v- * ujgvi. J i movoo to i own. A2r. aj?d -Mrs. J. H. Rownd and the latter"* mother, Mrs. Sarah Cunningham, hare moved from Summerfleld E ;b#Bgalow to their residence in Maple ^^^^^illlMa;^ehnor Peddlcord, Ruth PHUUps and. Mary Margaret TT&lbott attended'the Phi Kappa Pal nyt^ dance at Morgantown on Saturday night- The'Mlsaes Peddlcord and Talbott -were guests of MIbs i" Jean Billlngsela and Miss Phillips wus ft. vtie^?uJf'Ma?rMargaret Cox. W&M' To "the West' lira. Etoo'ry McKinney and'daughter, Miss I&abett will leave next week ' for Denver Colo.,, -where they -will ; abend several months 'for the benefit of-the health of Mlss'Isabel, who had been ill for several weeks with a severe cold.. Mrs. McKinney has obtained a three months' leave of absence at the State formal. Miss Ger./' trade McKinney, who. Is a student at Mt. De Chantel, Wheeling, spent the < wjBek end here with her mother and F sister, ?' ? ? Major Peddlcord Here. Major Charles E. Peddicord, who is stationed at Hoboken, N. J., In government service,' has been spending Bev#ral days here the guest of his brother, George Peddlcord, on Benonl I ft'ClVUC, UUU U1D UUUlt", JUUge W. D. L Haymond. He will return today to Washington, where he will spend several days, : ' * ? ' Returned Home. Mrs. J. L>. Hall has returned from Boston, Mass., where she had attend1 ed the Goledh jubilee celebration of tlie Home* and Foreign,Missionary Society of the M. E: denomination. Mrs. Carrie V. Carpenter, who accompanied her, stopped oft at McKeesport, Pa., for a visit with her daughter, . Mrs. Waiter Shaw. ' * * * * V Returned Home. . ' Mrs. W. H. Oonaway, Mrs. S. D.' X Brady,1 Mrs. James A. Meredith and fa Mrs. Edwin Forrest Hartley have retuped from Martinsburg where they . had attended the conference of the f' West Virginia Daughters of the Revolution. The ladles' motored frp^j MartlnSburg to Winchester, V?., where they spent the day with Harrison Conaway, a sos of Mrs, Conaway who is a student at the Shenandoah Valley academy. They also visited He rod on Smith who is also a student there. f ? ? ?? To Meet. i > The Rob art E. Lee chapter of the v United Daughters of the Confederacy will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs Sidney Reynolds on Spring street. s * * * * Dinner Party. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Dickerson were \ host and hostess on Sunday evening i ; at their home on Fourth street a>. a six o'clock dinner of prttty appoint, ments, the guests including Sam DaT vis, deputy state organizer of ithe . i-Jxjyal Order of Moose and Messrs. A. C. Talklngton and R. L. Stealey. .: . - ? ? ? ? . v Made Handsome Sum, The . Ladiee of Christ EpteMDal cbiurch cleared the sum of j2,16uVt 1 Utheir odds and ends sale held during fWhe. past ten days at the old Standard , garage room on Madison street. The sale was concluded on Saturday evI oiling and during Saturday morning u f . market was held in connection wltli! |V; the. sale. The lad!6s are much grat- j I Ified at the success of the sale ana: [ will devote the "funds towards tie | /proposed new church building. ' ' ' charity Social. Hfe , The local court, Daughters of IsaIggjafe* wai bold a charity social a.!: basement room of the Catholic [ I shurcli on Wednesday evening of this! k week. Amusements of-various kinds PKfcif provided for the entertain-1 U meat'-of die guests and the public Is | The following invitation has ^ iflfwe send you thifi pretty sack, , K 'pJtiwte cWier btlng or send it back, rj:With as many pennies' as you are old, JbSto pfbinbe the number shall never |'V; it Saint Peter's church Basement, MHmjjftxt Wednesday nisi*. I ' W...T1 a# T'o Qitfilfll wJlThfl ft BttSp&y tbe William Haymond Chapiter of the Daughters of the American L; fceroJgUon tomorrow w,hen a public r i selection on the violin. Mrs. Forrest I il^mpr ^wfll sing. The program of Mends at a party p?S?tard?or Mrs.'Towns and son, , siinimc: Howard Harris. Henry Farrell,-Bernard Clevenger, Everetl Towns, Harry Starn, JohnPyles, LJoyd Cpx, Herschel Starn.Albert Mteymilt, Bryan Dusenberry, Dayton Powera, Lawrence Swisher, B. Jolllff, Francis Towns, Clarence Farrell. ' ? V i' Everest-Walker. TJie marriage of, Frank Kendall Everest aid Miss Phyllis: Walker, both of this cfcy, was solemnized on Saturday evening at the home of the officiating minister, th6 ftev.J. P. Turkleson, at Clarksburg. Mr. and Xft-s. Everest have returned here'and are residing temporarily with the brldevs mothfr, Mrs. John S. Walker in East Park avenue. Mrs. Everest is a popular young woman of'fhls city and for several years had taught in the East pide public schools. She is a graduate of tbe Fairmont State Normal 'school and bad also been a student at the Colorado Conservatory of Music. She Is an accomplished musician and at the present time is the organist at the Presbyterian chdrch. ' Mr. Everest whose home was formerly in Cleveland, Ohio, had been located in this city for several years'and previous to entering army service was connected with the Mayers electrical firm. He spent several months In 'overseas service and upon his returq here became associated with the Case Electrical company. , Mr. and Mrs. Everest will be at home at Billcrest after January first, having at this time an English cottage in the course of construction. Mr. Everest is a brother of Mrs. T. M. Courtney, c ? this city. (Mrs. Mary J, Ingman's Funeral Tomorrow Funeral services over Uie body of Mrs. Mary Jane Ingman, life long resident of this city whos? death occurred Saturdaj morning at her home in Maih street after several years of (uvUidism, will take place Tuesday aPnrno'ju ht 2:30 o'clock from her residence aud interment will >e made in Woodlawn cemetery. Rev. A. E. Flet3hrr, formerly pastor of the Temple, nnd now pastor of a Pittsburgh church, will conduct the services, assisted by the Rev. Arthur Gee, who is aupplying for Rqv. Dr. Broomfield -during his absence abroal. Large numbers of pi.-ople have visited tho stricken homo .since the dtath or Mrs. Ingman occurred to express their sorrow and sympathy to the surviving members of the,family. ^ One of the treasures of the Bernlce Pauabl Bishop museum at Honolulu Is a marvelous feather cloak, the property of Kamehameha "the Great, upon which,a valuation of $1,000,000 has been placed. It is kept in a steel vault and is only exhibited at rare intervals. DrS^^^Cliv^ablets Get1 foomula'aftersc^E^^mfprac- .' tice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint; vnb tha ttrndgnt bid fagatl^. .. \ ^ | " . -.1 WAIT A MlriLff -?J* ru call up" H j ANOTfetLHBC. ior High school at riarLbur?. spent the week end here with her sisters, tie > Misses Ira and Matilda'McKkwey.' MfaJ Marguerite Barnes, who Is teacliltir in tfie public schools at Morganiown, was a week end visitor here. Misses Norma Neiman and Erma Hdnrf spent the week end In Pt Marlon, Ed., .the guests of;the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jofca Jfitman. MissEddie Conn, who had opent the psit several, months here with her .sister; Mrs. -E. W. Howard, has gone to-Pt. Murion to,spend several weeks/ The Misses Mary TlbbA' and Nin Cox were in Pittsburgh on Saturday for the Pltt-W. aid J. football game. Charles Smith and daughter, Mrs. . Thomas Semans, have returned to TJnlontown, Pa., after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. H.'F. Smith. Miss Irene. Barnes, who is a student at the W. V. U? spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Barnes, In, Cleveland avenue. Homer Troxell is ill with scarlet fever at the home of his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Troxell, in Tlfth street Mrs. W. S. Pltzer has returned from a visit with her son, P. H. Pitzer, In | Mannington. Mr. and "tors. P. A. Prim and Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Primm, of Grafton, were week end guests 0f Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Prim. Dr. and Mrs. H.. S. Falconer have returned from Bedford, Va? where they were called by the illness and death of Mrs. W. A. Falconer, the mother ot Dr. Falconer. Miss Sarah Furbee, of Mannington^ was tlie guest over the week end of Miss Ruth Eliason. of Field street. Cashier A. J. McDaniel was a visitor in Fairmont on, Thursday evening^. v : Arthur J. Ashcraft has tendered his resignation as rural carrier on Route No. 1. It seems that the pay is not sufficient to attract carriers. Pott Knight ,of Idamay, was a visitor in town on Friday evening. David Sayer has removed his family from the South side to apartments Mn tha 8. .T Sturm hnllrilnfr. 1 James R. Tetrick, of Enterprise, was a visitor here on Thursday evening. mr HAD BEEN CURED . 1 . I . ? i Mrs. C. M. Wise, or No. 182 39th St., Tells How Sh? Came to Try Plant Juice. When the stomach Is not properly1 digesting the food* there is no limn to the w.iy affoctilns can be'sprenJ to ever)' organ of Vu body, pri>ihic-r ni u. i-'i i i ici; IntosUn^lMonlniiJiww.m-itisi^r J.'ver and kfthwlLroubllfand nijjfy rthur dlstrosVn* asm Jnice, the farriwA Rt<JM;U remedy is u>valua-ble lnVVkir.^vach cans Kii(? every day stlCker* are belrifc' ^re'ved from locaMko^^ti'Umc of l#y.j rreat benefit WkK derived from tbe use of PllnMHca Mrs C. M. Wlse.twhWJ&s at No. I*'.' Thirty Ninth stAe*, h Is oiip of thu boat known wombn MKhttfrargh living lived there fa Mpai-i ; > i -.r hrs. She said: I ' Tor,four years I had uln'Muhled I wjii my stomach and t uB nsBkcep any solid food in it, as ItSproulcWM-".utrit and cause gas to !o?n. ! 1^' -iH'd great agony aftoi aung ai^k VMr.s and (freaded to slildfrii to thm table.'My kidneys vere tfMbiidly af-m fee led and I bad terrible piwn across I on' back and in zhy side; lad bond- 1 orl'fs and dizzy spells, dnefco a dt- I ranged liver and I' had An? all I through my. body. I could st sleep. I ! I felt in such a nervous Mndltion I :inu iiuu ULKen jui kuius ul iniiuun Land treatments without anylbrnedt. Vfriend ot mine, who had tefc cured c^tomach troubles by Plai* Juice, be?|kl ma to" try it. I now h?e taken scwal bottles and am feeifcg fine iay stonkch 13 in good oondifln and 1 can eaVrmyfhinK; sleep w? and bare no trouble with' ml liver or kidneys. Stent Juice is a fin| medl: ine afid I amVlad to recommtld it" Plant Juice isNrald In Faingfat by Fairmont Pharmacy. ~ ^DoAGSQFTig^ e^oAt^-r 0~7| HELEM, I me wire J B^laHec- At stahvo ' ;.s + *-v ' % - .j. :.-?ix -.; .. You Win Need Them Personal . GreetingCards ? Express the True * Sentiment of Christmas Personal Greeting Cards grow in popularity. Thousands will send cards expressing pretty and proper sentiments?sending them to their friends and acquaintances in great numbers. Personal Greeting Cards should not be confused with the ordinary Christmas Card as personal greeting cards are distinctive and out*of the- ordinary - t^onany chosen and printed with your own engraving. You Cannot Order Too Early. Now is the best time, while assortments are unbroken; while (he engravers have time to get out orders without hurry or worry and in time for you to send them to distant friends, if you hafe your own engraving bring it in, make your selection and we will do the rest. If you haven't an engraving we will order one for you, with the design of ^your choice. Books of Samples Now Ready (Stationary eection) This Is "Merode" Underwear Week in all the leading shops in the country. . . Visit this store. We will be glad to show you the different models and fabrics. Winter is coming. You'll go with- joy to meet this radiant, bracing season of cold if you're dressed in , the snug, comfortable, * cozy warmth of "Merode" (hand-finished) Underwear. ' It is not only warmit's beautifully tailored.1 Every garment is cut by hand and fits every curve of the body thus allowing oerfecc freedom of mo> ^ion. Wearing comfort ^ and good looks are afforded by the .smooth patent Flatlock seams. , |1 A Variety of models? I vpsts. rtr?w#?rs. t.icrlits. ;ind union suite for women, girls and children. Extra sizes for stout women. You'll not consider the prices high?when you see the high quality of this beautiful ' hand-finished! underwear. | . Protect Yotfr Child's Health ^ By Using. \r. Denton Hygienic Sblt-Knit Sleeping \Garments m SELL THEM Priceid)egin at $1.10 for the smallr swe and go to $1.60 for lmvear sizes. DlSife-(TOM TOES TOP '?!5WFi?!&f VIT <wr A. W H ^ ^ I .' W^M. ?J ' mar . Beautiful Undlerg Perse MikdyWA Pracnb^l Our Second Floor Lingerie SectS women because of the fullness of ass chandise. There is available now the widest ducive to comfort and privacy, and w , ed as to afford ease in selection. The section ahounds in many thin | than will be in effect later on. LOVELY CREPE-DE-CHINE AND WASH SATIN CHEMISE?$4.00 TO $22.60 In pink, j flesh and Hrbite,' bandeaux and other styles,, trimmed .with dainty Val and pattern lace and embrolderejl medallions daintily worked. SILKjJERSEY CHEMISE $6.75 to $8.75 Union suit and chemise styles in pink and flesh colors. CREPE-DE. CHINE AND SATIN NIGHTGOWNS?$8.50 TO $15.00 In white and pink, tucked, embroidered and lace trimmed. For the same quality and trimmings the, priecs cannot be duplicated. CAMISOLES?WASH SATIN, CREPE-DE CHINE AND..-6ILK JERSEY?$1.00 ;TjD $3.0^.. Well wearidg+ffaalitles and'delightfully soft.' / They come In ' pink, flesh and white, some are quite pl^tn.'.others'beautifully .trimmed with lace and ribbons. KAYSER SILK VESTS?$3,75 TO $5.00, Fine soft silks, pink and flesh. Style, Comfort, Our | Carlsqatl Slee : i; i , 1. i , ; . ; ; v--*; v ?<>, " > ' ' ' * - . -v V ! . *t / : ' : . Prices begin at ^00 for one, t Four, fiye and six year sizes, J Ten year sizes, ?$1.40; 12 ye^ir Ywu. VO . mm II CHA the kimo.' The idea opcalumc me up at T*s LATB hour! , ,M'/ 12?j? vw C&T, RIGHT none nea&f ima ?wu 'win w i nali Wear I spreciate These I i, for undergarments, gives delight to J; | iStonents and the freshness of the mer J I latituHe of choice, in surroundingsco&|| ure meHhandise'is so intimately ;s of unusuaS^alue, with lowest prices ,1 SATIN, JERSEY^ID CREPE-DE-CHINE * || BLOOMER8?*3.79^.50, $5.00 TO ?7.5Q,;, ' J Of very dependable qujuS^s, in pink&rid flesb, j CREPE-DE-CHINE BEbuACKETS . |1 'Made of exceptional quality ci-ep^e-qhlne, In If-fl lovely blue and pink tints, finished^ith beau- II tlfuliaces and 1-080 budsi. Most reasonably pricod I HAND MADE PHILIPPINE^LINGEWe j. Soft and fine are theso nainsook gowngl^fcaaaWH u' chemise, simply but most richly trimmed' ^ dainty lace in beautiful patterns. Every garment J #uni;r rarely ever" in these days of scarcity in 1 j I -..viltu. ** MtirkiiHillu fhflf .BfiVk M mialiti/ Ill M of ?ilks or such daliity lace at you Will in| /II these garments can be' had at lower prices than I BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS GlVlNCt ability in Brighton- j pingwear For J | The woman who desires to appear I at her best and daintiest chooses^ it. ho other sleepingwear possesses. As l j for durability, Brighton-Carlsbad seetfis never to wear out please the individual taste, no matter what it may be. IVIade in all fine 11 | Nightgowns and Pajimiwis for|| Child's Steepers?-Open front, drop i ' ',^>88 . ' . * . *-c wB JBjA^ I