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I by emtiers _ E, Feb. 8. ? As of the M. E. church In l?>la a slnglo man, the 'laa.been without a ton o beginning of the con V, i Lately the parsonage ?sed by another preach ? expected to move last jtb of his faith made no mtlo donation for tbe )ut?the- parsonage tenants lot jet'arrived; meanwhile 18 belnB'takon fcpy neighbors. "iorte Ohurch Reserves. .embers of the Stone Church ifelaaa were delightfully on " in last Thursday evening mo of .Mr. and Mrs. J. P. uiolr son, Raymond Wolls. wuig.aa host. The time parsed clyiwlth games and music as lintisemonta, and at'a late hour .Ing'rsfreshmonts wero sorved. following young people wero party: The Nlssea Naomi "lyrtle Osborne, Marcolle glnla I Co, Edith Toothman, kvhaney, Sara Nuxum, Mada md Kathaleen Thomas. Glen JJtjimmonds, Messrs. Blaine word, Omer Nuxum, Claude >n1,''Harold. Thomas and Ar Hood. Rainy Day Sewing Club, he members of the Rainy Day tag,dub wero entertained on ^Wednesday at the home of nmett Prico, of Pine Grovo. unbers were present at this with the exception of one iber, Mrs.. Fnrman Freeland, ras ill at the time. After an or spent In the usual diversions, ry Bne;refr'e8hments were served m^gueata. The club will be en tertained on next Wednesday at homo of Mrs. Elsie King. WMUigh school ball dub will go-to Lumber !hnrijday evening where they >i;thelr science on tho boys Ison county town. Our tuden doing splendid work -?nd have bad muoh prac At this time they are feeling It and tho opposing team will iave to hustle If they win tho game ? evening. . TMcher*" Meotlnj. ichera, of' Fairmont district S; mat at tho local school ttuuing at three o'clock yesterday fternoon and bad a very Infcrest session. County Superintend J. A. Barnes was present and .vered a splendid talk. The fly checks were also dlstrlbut B&fe \ Attended Quilting Party. ?iMrs. p. B. Straight was at Bax tarlhVlast of the week where she attended an old fashioned quilting party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ?Wayne1 Thorn. There were several inests'present at the affair. Much ~w)c was accomplished, and an ex-j llent twelve o'clock dinner was l.fhe qfllltars. skl ^pleasant Week-end. Miss Vemba Michael was at En ?nrise for a week-end visit with l iBettle Martin. On Saturday iig Miss Mlchaol and Miss ?un.went to Clarksburg, where lifcrmer was honor guest at a iner .party given ,by Miss Joso 'ne'Martin. Attended Funeral. air and Mrs. Charles T. Cramer, ir.- and - Mrs. 0. 0. Boor, Mr. and trkiWalter Pltzer, and several oth rs from here attended tho funeral ; Lee R. Wells, which was hold SFarmlngton on last Sundsy. Ss Mrs. Yost Improves. '?5,Margaret Yost, who has Very 111 for several weeks, j'a'Uo be slightly Improved at SUme. Mrs. Yost is very old, iher* relatives have been very xlous over hor condition until 6 tut tew days. SHM From Virginia. . JUrf.vMary Poo, of near Rich-1 jmdv'.Virginia, who has boon] pending several weeks with rela-J i. in Marlon county, has been | [nest of Mr. and Mrs. Charlps fl in the past few days. ' EE*8'1" Personals. Frank Campbell, of Farmlngton, ?Con the guest of Mr. and Mrs. leg Cramer for tho post few ami! Ketta Freeland. who has | !55'$Ili for the past threo weeks, " iproving rapidly at this time. Sand Mrs. M. F. Stewart and dfaha Lady Hao Something Like "ridlgestlon Until She Took " Black-Draught, Then Got All Right. j jiour, Ind.?"Some time ago -IVa sick spell, something like jgeStlon," writes Mrs. Clara Pea ik,; of Route 6, this place. "I 'I aid get very sick at tho stomach, ' pit or vomit, especially In tho is. 1,1 began the uso of Thed o Black-Draught, after 1 had hotter medicines. The Black *' *" alloved me more than any (I took, and I got all Aren't found anything bettor ick-Draught when suffering uble caused by conatlpa s easy and sure. Can be ill doses or large as ?> for." itt have sick stomach, In (Jheadache, constipation, ; diaajreeablo symptoms, It-Draught, to help keep jn tree from poison, ti's Black - Draught Is purely vegetablo lngredl . In a gentle, natural way, ( no bad after-effecta. tt ' taken by young or i of Black-Draught I ilst on the gennlne, d'a. ' ? ' ? , ur druggist's. NC-H3 | EL_ Where there is a persistent cough c; general rundown condition, there Scott's Emulsion is a positive help. ?cott & Bowp*. Wootnflald. V.J. Lord Atholatan, proprietor of the Montreal Star, has offered $100,000 to any university student who w?ll find a cure tor cancer. Another of his philanthropies la a aoup kitchen In hie newspaper building where 2000 are feudally. Mrs. Eva Neptune, of Katy, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P.- A." Dragoo. Orval Wilson Is recovering from a woek's Illness. \ I Miss Elslo Wilson, of Fairmont, was a recent .visitor at the home of her brother, D. L. Wilson. Clarence Cramer has been con fined .to his home the past few days, suffering from a severo cold. Curtla Morris, of Dakota, was the guest of his alstcr, Mrs. Bert Claj ! ton, the last otthe week. Miss Lillian Stevens has relum ed to school after betig absent foi several days on account of illness. Miss Virginia Ice was a week-end visitor with her sister, Mrs. Harry Hall, of Ida May. Mrs. Ann Hansford, of Mlilers ville, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clayton last Sunday. J. D. Fisher, who has been at Greensburg, Pa., for some time transacting business for the Jami son Coal company, has returned hem ft. During his absenoe Mrs. Fisher visited at the home or her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Ten nant They returned to their home at No. 8 mine Monday. A. J. Michael, who has been 111 for the past week from an attack of flu, is now recovering. During his illness he was visited by his father, J; N. Michael, and his brother, W. F. Michael, of Grant Town. For That Cough! Good Advice for Men or Women Big Laurel Va.?''I hod a bad cough, hn nearly run into con sumption and I also had feminine trouble. I took four bottles of Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Elacovery tor the cough and two of the 'Fa vorlt? Proscription' for the trouble peculiar to women, and -was entire ly cured. It has been more than a. year since and thoro Jias been no sign of the disease reappearing I find Dr. Pierce's medicines are Just what thoy aro claimed to bo. I am thankful for what they havo done for mo and 1 wish others may b0 benefitted by their use."? Mrs. Tryphena E. Addlngton. When you have a bad cough ob tain Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical Discovery from your noorost drug gist and be relieved.! If you are a wotnan suffering with chronic weakness peculiar to your so* you can be benefited by 'Favorfto Prescription.' Tablets or liauld. ? Good Sermon at Palatine Church "Paul's Benediction" was the subject of Rev. Roscoe Murray, last night, when he addressed a large congregation In.tho Pala tine Baptist church, i J The text of the sermon was tak-i on from Second Corinthians 13:14, "The grace of the Lord JeBus1 Christ, and tho love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost, be with you all." Rev. Murray emphasized tho point that Chris tian people should lore ono an other. At the close of the sermon the' audience was asked to come for ward and shake hands with the evangelist and Rev. C. F. Eddy, pastor of tho church, as an ex pression of fellowship. Before tho Bermon a duet was' sung by Mrs. C. E. McMillan and R. E. Hudglns. A prayer sorvice will be hold at 7 o'clock tonight, proceeding the regular service, which will start promptly at 7:30 o'clock. MRS, T. E. ADDINGTON Uric Acid Solvent 85 cent Bottle FREE (32 Do*e?) [ Just bocause you start the day worried and tired, still logB and arms and muscles, an aching bead, burning and boaring down pains in the back?worn out befor6,the day begins?do not think you havo to sta/r In tbat condition. Get well! Bo free from stilt joints, sore muscles, rheumatic pains, aching back, kidney and bladder tro'i'jks. Start NOW. If you suffer from bladder weak ness with burning, scalding pains, or if you are In and out of bed half a dozen times at night, you will appreciate the rest, comfort and strength tills treatment gives. We'wlll glvo you for your own use one S5-cent bottle (32 doses) FREE to convince you the Wil liams Treatment conquers kloney and bladd&r troubles, rheumatism and all other ailments, no matter how chronic or stubborn, when caused by excessive uric acid. Send this notice with your lettor to tho Dr. D. A. Williams Co.. Dept. V-6113 P. 0. Block. East Hampton Conn. Ploaso send ten cents to help pay cost of post age, packing, etc. Wo will mall to you by parcel post, delivery paid, a regular 85-cent bottle of The Williams Treatment (32 doses), without obligation or ex pense. Only ono bottlo to the Bame address or family. Estab lished 1892. Proposed Amendment W3l| Affect West Virginia Securities CHARLESTON, W. Va., Feb. 8? West Virginia and its taxing dis tricts, including counties, districts, school districts and municipalities, have Issued bonds aggregating! *75,000,000 which Is responsible to ? large extent, state officials say, for the Interest In the state In the proposal now before Congress for submission ot an amendment to the United States constitution pro hibiting the Issuing of tax-free se curities. Chairman Fordney of tho wojb and means committee ot the na tional house of representatives has notified Governor Morgan, with othor state executives, that \ho committee would be glad to have expressions from Interested per sons. The governor has requested the people of the state to give un expression of their opinions to the; committee, and has notified Chair man Fordnoy and Chairman Mc Fadden of the house banking and1 currency comraitteo thut lie has! made this request The federal government ie now1 powerless to tax the securities of the sovoral states and the aggre gate issues of bonds ot the state and Its' sub-dlvlslons Is now cx-j erapt from federal taxation. If tho I proposed amendment were added! to the ccnstltntlon, the United States could tax all bonds ot the state and Its taxing districts Is sued after tho amendment went In to effect The bonds of the state which were issued in retirement; ot the Vlrginja debt snd the recent | <15,000,000 road issue are free from Btato and federal taxation., Under the road amendment to the' constitution the state can Issue bonds to a maximum ot (50,000,000I for road construction, of which log- [ islative authoriration has been glv-: en so far oniy for tho <15,000,000. issue. Opponents ot the proposod fed-! ural amendment'on the ground that I It would force the state to pay a, higher interest rate point to the I effect they shy federal taxation) would have bad it It had been In force and applied to the present Issues. The annual Interest paid on the bBSSSB* ,m .wnom -BM ~a!frtl6?tTO h, i?Jd..to have i derirod :the character of "Bad Means" In his book, "The Hoosier School Master." 1> dead t bis home near here. He was 85 y?ars old-. / outstanding bonds In Wast Vir ginia Is approximately JS.COO.OOO. Statisticians say that It these bonds were held by persona hav ing a net Income ot over ?200,000 and the Interest .received was In addition to the two hundred thou sand net Income and subject to the federal Income tax, the pertbns holding the bonds would have to pay an Inoomo tax of approximate ly (2.000,000 out ot the *3,600,000 received. Prominent Leaders in Ulster Kidnaped! (By the Associated Press.) BELFAST, Feb. 8?A large number ot Che leading unionist of countlos Fermanagh and Tyrone In the Ulster area were kidnapped from their homes early today and taken to unknown destinations. Fifteen arrosta haw been made In connection with the kirinapp'flps. The kidnappers aie believed to have como from near the border. Troops wore rushed to the scene of the kidnapping, and the Ulster Koruruntcnt announced its inten tion of taking drastic measures. Among tb0F0 kidnapped was I Major Anketeil-Mourtry, bead of | the Tyrono Orangemon. Former High Sheriff Carson of 4ounty Fermanagh, whose houso was raid-1 ei, resisted single handed for an I hour until he was wounded and | carried off In a motor car. A party of what are known "A I Specials" was ambushed noar Newton Butler^ last evening. An engagement resulted ln-casualtiesj on both sides. While this fight was occurring, the residences of! other constables of tho same' or ganization Were vlslteil and a num-! bor of the constables were kidnap ped and carried over tho border. Pimples Keepj Young Men Down! They Malta Women, Too, a Pnsld i How S. S. S. Stops Skin Eruptions Positively. Pimples and skin eruptions hare a! Price,?you pay for every pustuje, black-head and pimple on your faco., Plmplca produce prejudice and preront1 prosperity. Your heart may bo gold, I buT who wants to kiss eruptions?: Pimply men don't look llko tho owners of anything. Pimply women, too, are! puzzles, with no prospects and x!b: power. Young: men and women, here's the posltlvo way out Physics and i purgatives will fall What you need | Is a scientific blood-cleanser. 8. S. 8. Is one of tho moat powerful destroyers , of blood Impurities. You can prove this I In a short time. 8. 8. 8. has been pasned on by a jury of millions of poo- ! pi? Just like yourself. It Is considered one of the moat powerful vegetable I blood-purifiers and flesh-builders In i existence. That's why you hear of so many underweight poople putting on lost flesh In a hurry, why you hear of so I many rheumatics being freed from this scourge, with 8. 8.8. Start today with 8. 8. 8. and see your faoe clear and I your skin got ruddier, your flesh firmer. It will give you a boost In yo.ur 1 career, a 8. 8. Is sold at all drug i ?tores. In two sices. The larger slao Is the more economical. I FULL SIZE PARLOR BROOMS 39c A Special Sale that will make every housewife, sit np and take notice! Over 700 Parlor Brooms?the kind that sells everywhere at 70c?extra good quality?well made and strong... A chance to buy two for the pricc of one. On. Sale In Basement ?*! raj <r-.?"* v.< tV i W1 ^' ?bote tram the feet of hil dead baby and pawned diem to get' money with which to bar liquor. But today Melville Trotter ta re. cognized aa one of the moat pow erful and Influential man in hla taction of the .country. He Is to fluent]al because men see snd re cognise .tho power of God In bin. Another Instance was that of a prise-fighter, "a regular pug-ugly" as Dr. Stoetxer characterised htm. Today this man Is at Winona Lake a changed, transfigured man, a man sought and respected by others who know hla ability. Chris ianlty made him successful, declared Dr. Stoetser. To illustrate tho meaning of these stories better. Dr. Stootaer quoted, "Thou has coTored all our sis." He then told how In Flan der'a Fields can sow be grown suoh crops as were never grown before. They are fertilised by the blood Bhed there ta a noble cause, he said The havoc snd devastation of grim war Is hidden and covered by greet beds of flowers, and the death and blood becomes life-giv ing grain. Just such a change comes to the life that is purified and made new through the wells of salvation, he coscluded. URGES PRAYER FOR REVIVAL fallowing Dr. Soeuer's ser mon Dr. Brown made an appoal In which he said, "Wo all want a revival, and It Is mire to come If wev pray, "0, Lord, send a rovtval and let It begin In me." "You don't havo to tell people what they ought, to do," ho said. In-line with Dr. Stbetzefa talt Dr. Brown told .'of & he once knew and saw oonveri ed. Soon it terwards he stood before the con gregation and made this state ment: "I am 48 years old myl nave been a christian' 43 hours yet in those 48 bourn t have had more joy than in all the rost of the 48 years." Dr. Brown dosed his I'alk with an urgent appeal for acceptance of the salvatlos offered so freely, and a number came forward Is re sponse.. 1 Owing to the'' illness of Mrs. Minor Dunham, her place at the organ was taken last night by iMIss Norma llecker. The usual twenty minute program of tacrod melodies was carried out. and promptly at 7:80 G. E. Bonnes begun tho song service. A new anii iterestlng feature of. -he service last night was the singing of aha chorus of "Sweeter as the Days Go By" by each of tbe flvo operating churches is turn. After each group had sung the chorus, all sang it again to Illustrate the strength galnod by union. Instead of the regular prayor offered by ono of tbe ministers, tbe song ser-1 vice was closed by several volun-l tary prayers offered by laymen of tho church. Announcements FVom 12:30 to 1 o'clock prayer scrvico will be held In Jho Y. M. C .A. as usual. The attendance at this service Is Increasing dally. The children will meet this oven. Ing at 4 o'clock at tho Klrst M. E. near' Alt 7: SO the d^eron*"men'* Bible .duns of the cooperating churches will meet In the basement of the First M. E. church, going from there to the auditorium In a body. Thursday night the teen Me girls and the I. 0. 0. P. lodge will form tat bodies and be sea ed in sections assigned to them. (ConUiratd from pase oat) of dry clothing on him. Hli bojlsji idea of pennies was changed after that. Ye olden days' of banking are past, continued Mr. Engle. Those were the days when the cashier assumed a tall chair, looked Into the eyes of the expectant borrower and gave both him and his propo si Hon the thrice over. The man who got a loan looked upon tho banker as a friend and a benefac tor. The ntmosphero of the mod' ern bank has changed. Usually, when times are normal, bankers are not only willing to loan the re quested amount but seek to ad.l more than requested, providing ol course lut the proper collateral Is forthcoming and the proposlton is good. Naturally there are few If any bankers who do not tell a commercial story now and then In other words like like the dickens. Mr. Englo has been connected with Fairmont banks for probably a doren years, prior to which .Imu he was connected with the Olrard Trust Company, Philadelphia, hie .i .i| . , m/S'I mruiou caleula Ing Interest oj systematic savings aocW other pb*S?? of banking. roundly applauded. In an appropriate manner D~ Relter the president of the Brotherhood, Introduced Mr and' IncWentlally said FaL was tar richer for possessing con Engle's everlasting nulla. Durlnijhe evening there were I number or xnusfcsfl nnmhers.U' violin solo was rondkred h: Francis Frey with Miss Bess! RoecnmerWe as accompanist.... vocal solo by C H. Bloom and saxaphone solo by Carl H. ft " man were also given. pi., A dutch luncheon was eartw which consistod of sauev kran frankfurters, mashed potatoes an COgM' B Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION Ba bis gg The Evening Advertisement 1 So, if your "want ad" is one that invites considera tion and discussion, you naturally place it in the evening paper?The West Virginian, the paper that goes home and stays home. CALL 1105 "SAY CLASSIFIED" Left to themselves, with the time element removed, the American people read adver tisements in the evening, when they are not rushed to catch trains or to get to the day's work "on time." Evening readers, almost exclusively, have made The Saturday Even ing Post a great national advertising medium. \fcTHAT weekly magazine publishes the greatest volume of advertising? The Saturday Evening Post ? > ^ The Saturday Evening Post is on sale very early every Thursday morning. How many copies are read before 5 or 6 o'clock Thursday night?