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men Organized With
rentee'n Members-Other
? News' of Interest
I |
The-Ltdfw ot the (X. A. H. via
most Saturday promptly at 1
o'clock si Musgrave Hall and will
go in a body with Meade post to
the courthouse to attend the Grant
memorial services. At the dose cf
the service#, the ladies "will return
to Musgrave Hall .whero a number
of initiations wiU take place. Can
didates have been asked to meet
with the circle At I o'clock and at
tend the memorial services. Thp
meeting is being held at Musgrave
Hall on account ot the I. 0. O. P.
Hall belrig dismantled.
L. E. T. Club.
Mrs. Earl Brown entertained the
L. E. T. Club In a delightful man
ner this afternoon at her home In
Gaston, avenue. There was. a goon I
attendance. The noxt meeting wlll{
be held In two weeks at the bora**
of Mrs. Harry Cassel in Lowell
street.
T. A. S. Circle,
Mrs. Carl D. Springer of Guffej
street entertained the T. A. S. Clr
clo Friday afternoon. The* major
ity of the members were present,
and the meeting was a very enjoj*
able one.' The next meeting place
has not been decided upon.
Personals.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meishler of
Pittsburgh * were recent guests of
Commerce, is considering bids for
the.constructionw&f the proposed
npw building. At this time the low
est bidder is the local firm, Riley
and Riley, at ?92,842.50. Prom this,
other bids run to $97,936. The com
mittee Is composed of C. P. Hood
C. P. Lucas. R. S. Johnson and H.
S. Furgeson.
Sunday Guests
Those entertained at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Richardson
on last Sunday were Mr. an^ Mrs.!
W. R. Long and two daughters of,
Clarksburg, Mr. and Mrs. V. L.
Horner and two daughter*. Mr.|
and .Mrs. Moore and children of
Lumoarport, Mr. and Mrs. P. C.
Sturm and daughter of Clarksburg,
Lloyd Sturm of Parkersburg, anu
Mr. and*Mrs. Prank Bock and son
Parcel, who are local residents.
Local Glri Dies
.Word was received here last
Friday that Miss Meritt Pearl Vin
cent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Vincent, had died at tho1
borne of her parents. She was one
of tlie most popular young girls mi
the wholo community and in on
other month would have reached
her fourteenth birthday. She had
boen ill with catarrhal affection^
for several months, and death wa*
due to infection from tha disease.
Funeral services were held at the
local M. 13. Church last Sunday,
hor pastor, the Rev. E. 0. Jones
being in charge of the services.
The church was filled to overflow
Ing. and the floral offerings were
Mr^iuid $p/? Harry Fletcher In
mjroond street Mm. Me'lshler ?was
Miss Lena Vannort before her mar ?
riago and with, her parents, Mr.
i?nd Mrs. Will Vannort, resided in
Guffey street, this city, beforo go
ing to Pittsburgh.'
Mrs. Cora Morrow returned todav
from Boothsville where she visited
her aunt, Mrs. Rachel Craig.
Dale Boggesa, who was called
here by the illness of his grand
mother, Mra. Mary Boggeas. re
turned to Pittsburgh today. Mrs.
Boggess is slowly Improving.
Adrian Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
D. D. Ilolt of Potomac avenue, ii
seriously ill with rheumatism.
Mary Margaret, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. J. H. Vanata of Lemle;
street, is confined to hor home by
illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Mitchell art
moving to tho -Fisher apartments
in Tygart street.
Mrs. Frank Malone of Potomac
avenue Is recovering from seveiul
davs' illness.
Mr. and Mrs., Elm Morris wili
move soon to the Mrs. Bruce Mor
gan property In Blaine street.
Mr. and Mrs. Cowan, who have
resided in Market street for several
months, will leave soon for Pres
tonburg, Ky., where Mr. Cowan
will be employed with a compan>
of civil engineers. *
many and beautiful. Following thd
funeral services, Interment wao
made In the Odd Fellows Cometery
Mr?. B. F. Hbbs Dead
Mw. Elinor He ss, wife of B. F
Hobs, who resides noar Annabelle
died at her home on Tuesday even
ing. Mrs. Hess was G5 years old.'
She had been In her usual health]
until Monday morning when she;
was suddenly stricken with apop
lexy while going about her house |
hold duties. She wnfi a member of
the M. E. Church .South.
Mrs. Hess Is survived by her
huHband and two daughters, Mrs
Delia Morrison 'and Mrs. Mary
Blanche Riley, both of whom reside
near Annabelle. The funeral ser
vices were held vesterday morning
with the Rev. J. A. Vnnscoy in
charge. Following tho funeral ser
vices. interment was made in the
Hcsb Cemetery.
Local Man Injured
William Vincent of ^hlnnston
in St. Mary's hospital in Clarks
burg suffering from injuries re
ceived in an automobile accident
in Shinnston Wednesday. Vincent
had been employed at Owings
mine but since the strike ho has
been working at carpentering.
'Wednesday he was standing on the
sidewalk talking to some men
when an automobile ran Into him.
The extent of his injuries have not
been determined. Tho man at tho
steering wheel of tho machine was
learning to drive.
Last Sunday his daughter, Merit,
the Rer." Ed4y"Vln?ri!l, a welj
r known mlnlaier at the-Methodist
Episcopal Church.
j Aged Citizen Diia
Benjamin F. Lucas died at bis
home on L<jng Ron near here last
Saturday, morning. Mr. Lucas haj
been-111 tor about three days.;
Funeral services were held at the
Long Ran Church Sunday morning,
with thu Rev. J. A. Van3coin
charge. Barlal followed In the'
Heldreth Cemetery at Enterprise.
The deceased is survived by. his!
wife, two sow!, Thomas and Clifton
Lucas and a dsughter Mrs
Blanche Heldrrth. One sister, Mrs
Harrison of Enterprise, Is also
living.
Bauball
On last Saturday the Shlnnston
High School baseball tesm played
a winning game with the Bridge
i port High team. The score was 14
7 to the crodlt of the,local team.
Leroy Enlx, Lloyd Chalfaat and
B. M. Holllday composed a party
of local young men who spent
Monday evening In Clarksburg.
Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Miss
Wllla Lowo were Sunday visitors
at the home of their sister, Mrs.
Jlood Horner of Lumberport.
5 Mr- and Mrs. Ed Moses and Mr.|
-and Mrs. Pete Moses of. Manning
Tlon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. K.
Joapph the first of the week.
? Mr. and Mrs. Elllas Headener
and children have returned to
their home at Lcechvllle, Fa.,
after a visit with relatives here.
S. A. Peters has returned from
a business trip to New York and
other eastern cities.
Mr. and Mrs. William Finlayson
arho had been visiting relatives
here for several days, have return
ed to their home at Bentleyville,
Pa.
Mrs. Virginia Holliday has re
turned from a visit with relatives
in Cumberland and other points in
Maryland.
Mrs. Ellis Bock is recovering
from an acuto attack of pleurisy,
although she is still confined to
her home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Kiggs and
daughter Eva of Clarksburg were
guests o? Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rad
ford Sunday.
Miss Helen Nuzura has accepted
a position in the Preston confec
tionary store in placo of Miss Car
(pie Gregg, who resigned a few
days ago.
MIsb Mildred Jarret, who holds
a clerical position at Fairmont,
was the guest of home folks here
| over Sunday.
Miss Mildred Fancher of
Boothsvllle was a week-end visitor
NWlth Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bock.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burnett and
children were guesta of the for
mer's mother, Mrs. S. E. Burnett
at Farmlngton, last Sunday.
Personals
m -ilH-r-r
in*or of English at the Falnnont
State Normal School. has acceptea
a position as Instructor In hlgn
school English and composition in
the University of Chicago Summei
School.
He will tcach during a six weekii
term beginning June 10 He will
leave tor Chicago ?>oa after com
mencement at the Normal School.
The University of Chicago Summer
school is the second In size In the
United States and enrolls about 40
or 50 West Virginia students each
summer.
FROSTS SHOW EFFKCTS'
WASHINGTON, April 28?The
lotal value of fruit and fruit pro-'
ducts on-farms In 1921 -was $525,
000,000, as compared with $744,
000.000 In 1920 and ffB5.000.tt00
In 1919, the Department ot Agri
culture announced today.' Jhe de
cline Is attributed to killing frosts
early la 1M1 and to lower prices.
Production of apples In 1021
was only OS.881.00 bushels as
compared with 223,677,000 in
1020. Peaches dropped from:
45,620,000 bushels In 1920 tu
32,733.000 in 1921 and pears
from 16,805.000 to 10.705,000.!
There was a slight Increase in pro
duction of orange* at 30,700,000
boxes. ,
TO OBSERVE MAY BAY
WASHINGTON, April'28?May;
.Day will be observed by the Na
tional Association for Constitu
tional Government, according tu
an announcement today, with n
meeting In Washington "of citi
zens who arc nclively opposed to
all forms of destructive radical
ism." Tho meeting, which will be
presided over by David Jayne Hill,
founder and president of the asso
ciation, will be the feature of the
organization's annual convention.
DON'T RUN OUT
OF GAS UNTI L
YOU GET TO
Drummonds
Restaurant
For Your Mid-Night
Lunch.
315 Merchant Street
EAST SIDE.
announced < today by the United
States Geological SarrajfeofHlio Dc
partment or the Interior/-The .cut
tings tested, It was said, were iron
the Santa Rita No. 1 well of-tho
Texon OH and Land Co., 120 miles
from the Means No. 1 well In Lov
ing County and fifty-five miles
from the Bryant well in Midland
County where potash deposits also
have been discovered, full defi
nite Information has not been ob
tained.
WEBER & BEE
Pocket Billiards
Cigars, Cigarettes
and Candies
Merchant St at End of
New Bridge
Are Your
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Out?)
Look again?See, if tho up
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condition. That's all we need
?If th? uppers are good
enough to still give service
we'll fix. them up so they'll
look and wear just like new.
Our work is guaranteed, as
we use only the best leathers
and other materials avail
able. Give us a trial?You'll
find our work and prices
O. K.
JOHN D.
POZZUTO
Merchant Street
Expert Shoo Repairing
j
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Phones 398 or 399
Merchant and Goff
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200 Merchant.
riione 20?Fairmont
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