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.. 'BVon.Pcker Noam and Wal- I
pgSgBMgHonner local azdiltocti, I
ftffia&BBdioFairmont*I
|?telee?ed from the serric& raer
sSmSm ei the War. depart*1BJ
lr085the
protably^wttl start
I Sto Brlf^ aUhe^M' Ron station.
I - nM. fi Hm first meeting that has
I niniin VM tor some time and a very
l^^ojihle time ia anticipated.
mr*. church, sonth, wiD
b- Milts regular monthly meeting
: tht? evening at the home ot Mta
S>7"Bkito Oane? at Country Club.
' &The Eto Dance committeei wishmK35?ianomice
that it will bold &
*ho r.ftuntrr club next
rued out on me lawn mere tuey
roasted welners and toasted
marsbmaliows. About fifteen of
their friends from Fairmont were
present.
Quilting Party.
Tho Ladies' Aid society of the
Diamond street M. E. church held
a quilting party yesterday afternoon
at the home of Sirs. Frank
Coogle. The quilt that was made
will be sold and the money will go
to the church.
SHE SOLD HOUSE:
DIDNT OWN IT.
SEATTLE.?Cops had Mrs. Marian
Perkins arrested in Spokane
for selling a house here. The trouble
was that she didn't own the
house. They're looking up Mfn.
Perkins' past
re?t nlit.rlme Bftlr risinc bread at
1417 evening, Jul? A Tl|i?
be the first dance that tge
bive had tor some time and a
jowd Jg expected. The must
mnjxatlon and farther par
is Till be announced later.
business and Professional
t the X- M. C. A. are planft
hold their Japanese lawn
iext Tuesday evening on the
il school campus. The monit
they earn will he used to
a delegate to a Y. W. C. A.
rence that is to be held some
- Country Club Dance,
i reular weekly dance at the
U dub will be held this evenrith
the Monongahela Jazz
LVVorchestra furmsning me uiu^.
This aggregation has been playing
Ktor the club (or some time anc
have proved very popular.
Festival for Church Fund.
Woman's Home missionary
^Hdety o(> the M. E. church, south.
very successful lawn (ele
Mght on the lawn of the church
EMTparsonagc. The proceeds will
Bjfttoyard the building (und o( the
Country Club Golf.
HBftpres turned In yesterday at the
HaHry Club by the ladles taking
aBFin the regular weekly 9 hole
^golf were as follows: Miss Louise|
K'rhHchols, 53; Mrs. A. B. Scott. 39;
Mrs. J. R. Sheridan. 65; Mrs. D.
F;"H. Tappan. 66; Mrs. A. G. Martin,
jSviW; Miss Callle Frey, 71; Mrs. Geo.
[jS||jfiiis;Nlchols. Mrs. Scott and
I Mrs. Sheridan won firs:, second
KVjahd third prizes respectively, and
|ggMnt.-BeH took the consolation
I Tomorrow afternoon there will
K "Be-a Men's Handicap Tournament,:
I the event calling for IS holes match
l=.' *salnst bogey. Handicap].
I were arranged last week and this
K; match aIs expected to determine
fewnether or sot the handicap comsized
up local golfers corEntertained
at Bridge,
sad Mrs. Edwin Robinson'
I. -gntertained last evening at their
gSgtafTdfe-airmont avenue at r,
gffJig^e, party. Tie party was in
BWW Mrs. Gallaher of Charles fflMDh*
is the guest of. Mrs. W :
IBKley. The (onr tables were'
decorated with snmmor
I HELEN SALNIK, Dentist
pecbitlst.in Children's Work,
ophylaxls and Pyorrhea treatmt
Associated with Dr. C.
20?11 Professional Bldg,
Gingham
Newly.
.The smartest and pre!
, offered this season?t
wearingV
$5.00 $6.95
I Voile I
B Now 1BWe?affera.goodassorl
K atethe?saving of one-b
IL 50 Hats
Now Priced
Worflnro to $10.00.
OL
nwwnL^C??linj refreshments
Served ?n Laws.
The Needlework era dub held a
rery pleasant meeting yesterday at
the home of Mrs-Frank Amoe. The
ladies spent the afternoon on the
lawn engaged in needle work. A
picnic supper was aerrel in the
evening at which the ladles' husbands
were present.
Luncheon for Guest.
Miss Eleanor Peddlcord will entertain
tomorrow at a luncheon at
/M..U TI?iwtsr vwHll
Wtv vvuuu; ViUUi lUb CH?; n i?
be complimentary to Miss Frances
Sherman of Lynchburg,- Va,
who is the guest of Mias PeddicortL
?
Large Dinner On Lawn.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Boss entertained
yesterday evening at a lawn
dinner. The honors were shared
between Mrs. Chorpenlog who is
the guest-of Mrs. L. D. Howard an3
Mrs. Sntman who is the guest of
Mrs. E. W. Howard, and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Brahm of Clarksburg
who were recently marrledr Covers
were laid for sixty-five.
?
To Visit Relatives.
Mrs. Arthur G. Martin will go to
Cincinnati tomorrow to visit her
mother, Mrs. Clara Baker for a few
weeks and to see her new niece,
Elizabeth Ann McKinney, infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
HcKiney, who 13 just one week
oil Mrs. Baker will accompany
her daughter for a few weeks' visit.
. * ? ?
Gave Weiner Roast.
The Misses Gladys and Agnes
Robinson entertained about twenty
five of their friends last night at
their home at Colfax. Games and
dancing were indulged in until
10:30 o'clock wjien they were in
Gould's Bakery-?Adv.
Salt rising bread at Gould's
Bakery Saturday.?Adv.
A Regular
Morning Dish of
Grape'Nnts
with cream
or good milk
makes a fine
start for any
daysworic.
6rape=Nuts
I Needs No Sugar J
i Dresses
A
niiiv^u.
i
tiest Dresses we have
he very thing for late
$7.50 $8.75
)resses
2 Price
fcment of these Dresses
tlf. .
yesterday from Oakland after'a!-,
two weeks' visit villi her danjiitcr,
Mrs. H. T. Clumbers, wbo se-|
complied her hfae for an extend-1
J trl.lf
CU UMb
Mn. Dan Berry and little daughter
Mar? Ellen, of Mannington,
are tlie guests of Mrs. Berry's
mother Mrs. Ellen Gangham.
Ma Ethel AnmDler, Miss Snow
Atha, and Miss Loretta Lceson left,
yesterday for a two weeks' rial:
in City.
Ma ?07 Alder and child 'of
Mannington and Mn. C. P. Bloont
of Atlanta, Ga. who is visiting the 1
Alder home, were visitors in Fairmont
yesterday.
Mn Wfamlfred Murphy of Maple
avenue is visiting relatives In
Cumberland.
Thomas McDonald and little eon,
of Stubenville, are die guests ot
relatives here.
Ma Jiata Dexter of Prescott, j
Aria, Is visiting her brother, J. L.
Dexter of Maple avenue.
Ma W. L. Gooding of Field
street Is suffering from the effects
of a nervous breakdown.
Ma Hubert Ash has been confined
to her home at .Fairmont
farms for several days because of
Illness.
a. n. warren ot wneenng vis-:
ited tho cltr yesterday.
firs. L. G. Chorpening and son,!
of Unlontown, Pa, who had been
the guests of D.-. and Mrs. L D.:
Howard, on Pennsylvania avenue.'
returned this afternoon to their;
hone.
firs. E. E. Flick and children who
had been the guests of the former's
mother, Mrs. Boggess. on Locus:
avenue, have returned to their
home In Youngstown, 0. Mr. Flick
spent the past week here and accompanied
them borne.
Mrs. Earl Lynch and. children,
Robert and Thomas of Clarksburg,
are spending the week with
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Lynch on
Walnut avenue.
Mrs. H. C. Pocock and three
children of Cleveland, Ohio, left
for their home today after a
months' visit with the former's
father Mr. W. A. Crowl.
Mr. M. J. O'Neal has just return
eu mmi a #se? ex ?u ua.vjj won iu |
his old home town. Central, TV. i
Va.
Mrs. W. E. Lowther. who has;
beea visiting Miss Grace Hall at i
her home on Fourth street, return- j
ed lo her home in Harrisrilie today.
Mrs. Eastman and son James of,
Emerson street spent several days!
at the Henderson camp on the Val-1
ley River. J
m
B This MOS!
IIS held in this <
IIS Although ass
If GAINS are "g
a tf:
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He Diffcrence'Betwf
t
And fitting Trasses.
is anybody can sell them bat
ence to tit a trass correctly,
all
, It will pay yon to come t<
mm MOUNTS
PHOtE 1216 DRUGC(
imesi
ment to make them fee
fortable will be found in
JUST A STEP FRO
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*MID-SUMMEE*
ashing Reductioi
on
[MER CLOTH]
SENSATIONAL of a]
:ity has made us a hos
ortments are still gooc
oing like hot cakes" so,
immer Dres
_j ?
Silk Camisoles
?pfc, 98c
AISTS ^
mfc *tm j _ I |
[}98 *?*1
U #yrfo MMJ'i
Pilar Bi
v SPITS
CRED1
n'open an acconnt -wcrei
ERYONE the same as
smalPairoantsWionfcan?
t Cheap Clothing - Bi
GOODCloihingCheaper
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It require* skin and experiWe
fit correctly or not at
)B3 tor yonr next trass.
UN CITY_J
)MPANY^S |
Here you will find f
the fountain of !
Youth?the retreat. !
of those young j
1 -fnltc urhn pniov the I
most delicious so- 1
das, ice creams and
sundaes. And the ,
older folks who
seek good refresh"
1 young, cool and com- i
our cozy little booths.
M MAIN STREET.
m
iNG |
II sales ever Wl
;t of friends. H
1, these BAR-, H ;
comeinNOW"? H.
Hill
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SUITS If
Worth Up To W ||
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THE JUU
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We invite your attention to thefac
short, sharp and complete clearances of
desirable and Valnable- These sales sa
Silk Dresses I
t
Taffeta, Georgette, Satin Dresses
$19.75
Taffeta, Crepe de Chine, Satin
Dresses $39.75
Meteor, Taffeta and Charmeuse
Dresses, $47.75
Taffeta, Crepe de Chine and ^
Georgette Dresses, ..... $59.75
Wash Dresses ,
14 Off
Wool Sports Skirts 1-3 .to 1*2 Off 1
Coats and Cape Coats 1-2 Off
I 1
t
ALUMINUI
This sale of Aluminum Cooking U
with 395 pieces of brand new, good qi
same at lower prices than would be
big quantity. Stock up with bright, n
save you the money. There are?
\
Percolators
Rice Boilers
Boasters
Covered Kettles
Covered Kettles with Han
die.
>
Sale of Men's ,
SHIRTS
Women who buy for men
please slip into the Men's Store
and see the good Shirt values
we offer in this July Sale.
$3.00 and $3.50 Madras and Per- e
sale Shirts $2.35 a
3 for $7.00. I
$4.00 Fine Percale and Madras, i
Shirts $2.85
3 for $8-50. l
$4.50 and $5.00 Shirts.... $3.65
3 for $10.50. j
MEN'S-LISLE. SOCKS ,
35c Pair?3. for $1.00.
In brown and black, silk finish *
good looking, good wearing sock j 1
Men's Tan and Brown Oxfords *
Also Radically Reduced. 2
All Summer Weight Suits
Reduced 14.
New Royal Society
Now on E
No, 32-1?PDiow ?1.75 328?Fancy Bs
No. 326 Tie rack 1.25 327?CoflarBa
Si
These articles- are entirely made'
ery and ribbon. The tie rack package
rawlhrtani hacLand comolete instruct]
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Reels ?y.fo. worn up
Baby Louis heels,
lisses' brown and black btEaadi^^E
brown calfskin dxfard^'f^S^fflH
jality aluminum ware, offeringptl j
ew aluminum ware?the prices'|^
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nxious to move them out
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