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Onion' Eaters and Cabbage
Heads to Cast Ballots
; Friday Night?
jlANNINOTOX. Oct. i8.?"Tboj
culmination of_ the annual HtruB-j
n&ihrMB the Onion Eaters and!
'tM:Jdabbagt5H|eadB la the wa>; thej
SWpthodiBt Epworth League deals
Fntttaa the iinnlnl tr% ha olvnn hv thi
IUon At the church Friday'
fventSvill open*the social:
or the winter, and at tblij
la claimed there will be u;
t "precipitation of ?V. ao*?
political Interoata into onntex^of
fun. and rhe God?!
fPljntsure will reign bu;
the most Interesting)
| the' entire entertainment
(the .election . of, campaign;
iaBd "the voting, Is'-egpect-,:
sdnsC It Is pointed out by
balgtv managers that this!
endld "opportunity to cast'
fcptt Smiatthville and the
rpt'polltlur and society, by
ha "many ballots as postoy
,<t-lll cotL only a penny
candidates nominated by
|n. Eaters'are:
llhhenbmtgh, president ot'
e ' cliib: Pearl Snodg-aaa
i popular and desirable so
rl.ln town; Earl "Wide";
r. eautlted dog .catcher:!
rnnpl J. .Clark, & I.. D., P.|
jrip'algn manager,
(e'tjobbage Heads:
' 'Vote" Price, president I
ittleielubt. Harriet.I.oa'ther,!
r popular and desirable so-j
jrJ; In town: Billy Eshetti*alt?l
dog catcher: C. D.i
Ntatnpjslgn manager.
Wr'rv tint t mr *
NINGTQN, Oct. 19.?The!
gton grade schools, Includ- j
Junior high, wllrbe clos^l i
tomorrow to give tho grade
tf*fip,onpo<tunlty to visit the I
schools tomor-;
mtng and to attend the aftsession
of the Monongaholaj
{tound' Table, which wlll;
l\l?tiCltt^hurg Friday and J
high school will remain inj
here all day. but Superln'!:
, D. C. Tabler announced'
>rnlng that the high schodi!
given a vacation of on 3 day|
y.ssoon in order that the teachers
|iy;vlstbthe high schools in some
her . district, possibly "Wheeling,
tlsburgh or, Parkersburg.
iund About Town |J i
Returning Home
JL Prichard accompanied;
"daughter,' Mlb^'HClen, was j
ed to loavo New York last .'
on their way' to Berkeley
?. where Miss Prichard will
1 > .tor a few days before
j^honve. Miss Trlchard is reng""h'lcely.
front an operatlou ;
;ono somo time ago In Bos'
8lx O'elock Supper
urecn "supper will be given
s Augusta Chapter No. (I,
oti|ho Eastern Star?this eveX'icordlal
welcome will be
tbid' members ahd their tain
$ -yji;: 'V licpaJring llriduc
?^CrThe sidowalk and llooring tlm-j
of the Fyles Fork bridge war!
5& iorn ouY this morning and now;
^0ribera und flooring is being put1
Yjui place. "'Sea-end of the beams j
?ere found tfb b* so badly deeay1
'*pd* that they foil into the creek
[$,wh$ni> loosened;
Ei Legion Supper
;<C,^ariea Millan Post No. 4 0.,
.liAijaerlcart Legion, will give :
chicken' supper to the public fiat-'
v.'iird&j;,evening between?the hotfrsj
v^tffj'C.unU 8 o'eolck. The committee
t'Ma" making preparations for one t.fi
^.tne vmbtttrpleasant entertaInmenta|
^-^Ypn.by, the.local ppst, it is claimT.
ed; and-a large -crowd is expected: i
" , First Tenm Scores.
'V.vThb second team on ManningJpn'o
football squgd stored on the
iffrot string boys In practice lust
!WghtvThc .scrimmage was hard
land fast. Morris, vjho substituted
for Gump in the GTafton game, is
showing up better and bettor eacn
day, and fans say-they would not
be surprised to see hint.in the
game Saturday.
Has Guest
' Mrs.jW. J. waggle of Cleveland.
Ohio ,wlil be the guest of
.,J)r. Phoebla Jloore for a few days
vit'-her homo here.
Scarlet Fever
' Ooily one new .eajw of scarlet
fever wife reported today, anil the
house wgs placed under quaran|
tine this niornlng The dot? casei
j Is In the home of H. B. Kidder on!
^ Hurt Hill. All earlier cases are re- ]
-TfTThe City police -rercefspent an
Jby-'dSy yesterdajKas far' ae afc
,?ats were concerned loir "not one
pffender was'placed in the cltv
mail. 'Seven traffic violators wcio
reported and they appeared In polltptj
court, this morning. All were
prk^pffenderjhand were dlsmjssed
wltt^wjp(n|^. be more carerul
'>taone 13. '
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1 Pithy Paragraphs I
.Sure thecltjewater is rusty. But] i
we're used to It now. c
. / lb
Now honest, ain't them two?
bridges pretty things? h
"Darling mine, didn't you hear h
me purring blissfully contented?" v
For a love letter, that sure Is tho d
(lizard's knees. |'
Or maybe tho beo"s whiskers. Ih
? *
And then-she says, "I know I o
am a crazy cat." ?
Maybo sho meant Krazy Kat. 1
Mrs. Eleanor. Rhlnehardt Mills ?
ought to havo written a book on
"How to Write Love Letters." h
Wouldn't the Pyles Fork bridge "
be ? swell place for a hurdle race? S
- b
Maybe that accident at Barrack- n
vlllo wtl Ihustle along the signals;
for Mannington .crossings. 1
"It Is said the express company
will got n Ford when the horse
and wagon wonr out
. *
Fairmont and Mannington
Moose to Join in Big
Social Time.
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MANN1NGT0N. Oct, 19. ?'?
Twenty automobiles carrying 3
nearly fifty members of Fair- t;
inortt bodge No. 8. L. 0. 0. M. C
besides a'th'Irty-flve piece band, n
will be here riekl Wednesday
evening as guests of the local,8
lodge No. 1844. it was announced*
last evenfng. b
A band concret with speaklug d
will be given by the visitors.* fol- b
lowing a parade in which the Man- tl
nlngtou lodge will bo well repre-.o
eentcd. After the public enter-?tl
talnraent the Moose members wifl%
go to the lodge room where an w
oyster supper will be served.
The Mannington lodge has becn..n
In existence but littlo more than ?
six months, and officials of the or-;n
der are;of the- opinion.that this. t,
enter.alnmdnt is the beginning t,
Qf a activity for thelodge.
:* ' n
At thn rrtr-nlsir 1uat V
nigilt Dictator C. M. Doollttle of I
Fairmont Lodge No. 9, and W. D. I
Hall, George Stulu and W. W. |
Camp were guests ot the local order.
and offered the co-operation
of the Fairmont lodge In any en-, '
deavor Lodge No. 1344 might uu-- a
The committee on arrangement!.J
is busily working out the details; 3
fpr the entertainment next week,; T
and an effort will be made to' t
have every member of the local j r
order present.
i. j t
Flaggy Meadow |;,
Socialist Meeting
James West of Buffalo Road, So- fc
clalist. candidate for board of edu- i
cation In Mannlngton District, held a
a campaign meeting to the Flaggy t
Meadow Schoolhotise Friday eve- r
ning where, he addressed a large
number of voters. ^
Personals t t
Miss Janie Hamilton alio has *
been confined to her home by ill- }
ness Is Improving nlcoly. T
M.. . .,-,1 XI.. n f itilkU. I
.<11. nuu .<11 O. ID. K , IT1IUII9 UUU
daughter Beryle were guests of \
the former'* slater, Mrs. Charles i
Marshall, Sunday.
Mrs.' Frank Roberta and 'daugh-; J
tera, Edna and Alice, .Miss Goldie r
"Brown, and MIss.Beronlco Jtlce of:
Mannlngton were guests at the; \
home of the former's daughter t
Mrs. H. E. Dennlaon Sunday.
J. C. Noble,of Farmlngton-was'.'}
the guest of E: B. Hlbba over the i
week end. . j c
Mr. and Mrs. Herschel . Baker t
and children wore guests of Mrs.;
Baker's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ^
ry Roberts, In Harrison County re- t
Mrs. Blanche Duncan,. Miss Flos- F
sle Hays, and Miss Inez Satterfleld.
or Buffalo Rpad were visiting tbe'ie
former's sister Mrs; J N. Hamilton e
Saturday. . '?
Billy John was visiting at the b
home of his daughter In Morgan- I
town over the. weqk ehd. Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Coleman b
of Farmlngton wrete guests at/the n
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray.Barrows
Sunday". V ' ' J
Daniel Watkins of Fairmont Is "
vlsjtlng relatives here.. a
Miss Leonora and.\Yllfred Sum- *
tners of Jericho were visiting *
friends here Sunday.
.nr. ana Mrs. ?. ij. mnnn ana
daughters of Plum Run were gueste '
of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barrows Sun- ,
day. i
Eugene Hlhbs nnd Cassel Tapp
of Homo wood were visiting at the
homo of Charles Marshall Sunday. J,
Through' in eftogi jn Monday's
edition of The West Virginian It
was stated that O. P.. Williams In- n
stead of P. L. Williams was ar- o
rested with Olenn Snider In con- y
neetlon wtlh an automobile act!- o
dent on lest Sunday. a
~?:? ~~ e
When answering edverileeuunfs, C
please say yon saw tt In The Wen t
i- C- Hamilton.': Makes High: j ,
est Score for Mixed Breed , :
' Cows in District. " j
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MANNINGtON. Oct 10.?A. cow;
>! mixed breed, "Cherry," owieil.
<? Ai C. Uemllton on Flaggy Mead-!
w near Mannlngton, > scored the) .
Igheat.milk and butter-fat record: '
i the month of September accord-! :
its to a-report made by Scwell Da- 1
i? of'Bristol.'teeter for the Cen-1
ral'- West Virginia Cow Testing- Lssoclatlon.
George Anderson's registered',
ersey herd at Shlnnston made the'
Ighest-lest'ln butter-fat^ alone, an
verage of 5.27 per cent. Jerseys. ;
pmod by Jackson Brothers, Jane 1 ;
.cw. and 'S.' (i. Kennedy. " Lost . s
'reek, scored the highest per cent
sat for all cows during the month. L
Mr. Davis' test shows the pounds
f milk, and butter-fat as follows:
Owner A. C. Hamilton, Cherry, .
I., milk 1380; butter-fat. 52.4. .Own- .
r Tracy Phillips, Hcavrner, H., illk.'
1293; butter-fat, 51.7. Owner i.
G. "Kennedy, Davis, J? milk, 035; /
lUtter-fatr >60.8. Owner I Peterson I
nn Peterson. Harriet, H.. milk,,
101: butterfat, 50.7. Owner E., "
lartwrlght, Sleller. rcg. J., milk. I
119: butterfat. 19.2. Owner A. C.I
Ismllton. Patsy. J. milk, U15: "
utterfat. 49.2. Owner Tracy Phi,- .
Ips. Lady. J., milk, 1116; butter- 7
at. 47.9. Owner Nelson UoblnBon,;
lily,-It., milk. 1137: . butter-fal,'
7.7. Owner Claude Maxwell,
Hackle. J? milk. 1017: butter-fat. .
4.7. Owner Nelson Robinson. 'nunc
Jersey. J., milk. 9.71: butter- P
it. 42.7. Owner George Anderson, 5
laud, rcg. J., milk, 768; buttctrj
at, 43.0. Owner Georgo Ander- ' /
on. Pauline. fng. J? milk, 813: i [|
llttnr-fat. 42.2. Ownnr T.nu*t> Hrnth.
rs, Bonnie. H., milk, ;999: butter- L
at, 41.9. Owi^er Jackson Brothrp,
No. 20. J? milk. 990; butter-' ?
at. 41.5. ' Owner K. Cartwright,. If"
letsy Ross. J., milk, 798; butter- I
at. 41.4. Owner George Ander-I!
on. Emma, reg.iJ...inllk. 729: but.-! I
erfat. 40.S. Owner . Lowe Brothrsi
Fern. J..-mllkM02foi butter-fat,! :
6.7. Owner Tracy PhUllps,..Beau- ,
V. II.. milk, 1170; hunter-fat. J2.7. I
iwner Tracv Phillips. Sunrise. H.,1 \
illk. 1020: butter-fat. 5LG. \
H?Hoistcin. M?Mixed. J?.Ier-:
Mr. Hamilton is preparing tol**e
uJld a modern milk house on his'
ally farm, and work will probably!
egln soon. This house will he of 1
lie blocks or concrete blocks for tlJ'
ne story, and will have two or
hree rooms added which will he J?
ell-furnlshed. This 3econd story \'
111 1)0 of wood. ful
E. B. Hihbs of Flaggy Meadow i 1
dll join , the Central West Yir-j "I
Inia Cow Testing Association this!be
lonth. and milk from his nhn-a wUtlhri
e. tpsted for October." It was stated j.cif
)da>\ j otl
DOWNS jlll
Tom Ferrell is confined tn.hsJof
lome "with a severe attach of J *rc
elite indigestion. [\'e
Mrs. Herman Blake. Miss Inez
dontgomery. Miss Fr&nccp Kelly,!
d^ss Olive Brand, Miss BeulaSi
'rice, and Miss Grace Price at-jjui
ended teachers' Institute In Fair--nit
nont Saturday. * jlif
Mrs. James Vengino and daugh-i
er Mrs. P. Tempesta were visiting of
rlends in Manning ton Monday. |B?,
George Miares of Plum .Run '?%?,
vas a business visitor in Downs Rie
iaturday f01
Mrs. Sarah Bainbridge.wbo has "C
icon visiting friends here/left Sat- sei
irday for.Friendly, 'W. Va., where ph
he will visit relatives for a>short
tme. -miss Stephen Han \ accom- Be
lanlod her. tiv
Miss Caroline Hill is the guest a
>f Mr. and Mrs. West Phillips at Mg
heir home oh Plum Ilun. a ]
Mrs. Sanko.v Shackelford of
dannlngton visited Mrs. Steve J*1
iall last week. !
Bert TaJkington of Barrackville
rus a business visitor here Sat- ?n
irday. in
Mrs. Mary Rudy and daughter po
dlldred were shopping , in Fait- ,n
uont Saturday. * CV1
Lillian Ward and Thomas .Ward
vore visiting friends in Farntingpn
Sunday.' JJ1*
Mr. and Mrs. Motrin Brown mo- ,
ored to Fairmont Saturday. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Roaeco Ridenour
>f Farmin'gton were guoRts of Mr. J*
m'd. Mrs Frank Lyons Sunday. |v
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson ^
vero business visitors in Manningon
Saturday. .
Howard . Morgan motored to
'alrmont Snturdv/.
Frank Hnthaway who-ljo omplo.vd
in Clnrksburg spent the week
nd here. ; "I
Mrs. Charles-Itoald of Manning- th
qji was tho guest of Mrs. Arlle ce
'arrish Sunday, t th
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin of Stilt* vc
itgs were visiting friends in ^ittr- se
lon't Sfttnrdftv. w
Mr. and Mrs. Artie Hawkins di
lid children, and Mrs. Alllo Sny* 0t
er motored to Hundred Sunday, pc
nd family motored to Earnehaar- ap
nd family motored to Earnshow th
lunday where they were guests "f
he lattor's mother, Mrs. J. Ttinc. n(
Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Hughe* n)
lid son Everett of West Mllford st
re visiting at/the home of Mrs. ca
nseph Hughes at' Philadelphia 80
Itatlon. 1 8e
Francis McDougal who Is em- ns
iloyed at Hundred spent the week 80
nd at his home here.
? , C(
, ?r
The funeral of James E. Sum-,ln
tors', 6,1 years old, whoso , death th
ccurred at Cook Hospital .early a
esterday morning following an ,pt
peratlon, performed aome time tli
go, was held at 3 o'clock"t^ls aft- as
rnoon from the M. P. Church at ,th
latawba, end - burial was made In ' .
ho Catawba - Cemetery/ by R.' C. nt
vi . u
Criticism and comment m Um ?U
raettona at the local theater* appearn?
In thl* column ore taraiehed by
he morie cen?orshU> committee of the
Voraan'a Clot t>f Fairmont. 1W W*et
/IrginUn dote not uiuju any r?pomibiUty
for the oyinlrne eipreoeed.
-The Editor. \
The Nelson
In lino tt'Ifli now mntlnn nlntnri
aatro advertising the Nelson i
f'ng In an attractive manner ltd
nce showings of, , scenes fron
ms to bo presented in the nea
The feature picture today, i
lonor First" In which John Gil
rt plays a dual role., a4 t.wii
others, one of which is a fin^
an cut young fellow, and tlj<
ler Just the opposite,
rh^^sccneji arevia d In Frane<
ring fye world*'waj' and there ar
oiestirring apij dramatic lnci
his in which the brothers ar
o principal characters.
The added feature is a corned'
the rough ctnfr variety, but In
iduces a comedian who Is rcall,
ry clever.
The Dixie.
We have to tafce a lot of thing
3t for what they are worth ii
)tion pictures as well as in rea
e, and so we try in giving/on
inions or the films we see, to tel
their real value to the theate
Ing public.
The first half of the weok th
xlo presented a strong forcefu
iry that provided plenty of fooi
thought, and those who sav
ihe Clear Call" were made t<
5 the serious side of ccrtaii
ases of life.
roday. on the * contrary, "Th
autiful Mar" as played effec
ely by Katherine McDonald, li
story*, that is intended only a
ht diversion thorugh which run
humorous vein.
ft is really the.romance of Helei
lynes, secretary to a broker, win
s tor a client one Bobby Bate*
lharles Meredith), a handsonv
d wealthy young fellow who fall
love with Helen while she 1
sing as Elsie Parmelee an ac
iss, but his love remains tru>
en when ho learns the truth.
Miss McDonald plays dual role
the actress and the secretary
d draws a fine line of dfetlnctfoi
tween the two.
It might be teimcd a moderi
ry tale, for :t is muclHlke ?om
i have read, anil if Cinderella cai
taken with a grain of salt, thl
iry may be'gafd to be in th
me class.
An educational film an#"a* com
y complete the program.
Tlio fHnccns
The widely advertised film
?bollsh WtveB," beginning i
ree days showing at the ifrln
ss today, had Its inception liior
an two years ago,, when in
igue for spectacular effects, ahi
nsatlonalism in motion picture
as ct Its height; and the pro
icers were vying with eacl
her to get out tho biggest film
isslblc before the Impendln'
illation for censorship all ore
e conntrjebegan to show result!
However, so long a time wa
icossary to screen this rathe
asslve and lon^r drawn out Vol
IVLIICIIU eilBUl unit lite -'t '11 tit I
n version 1? not as lengthy b,
reral reels, nor as sensational b
veral degrees, as was.the orlgl
il, duo to th.o work, of the.cen
rs. ,
It Is said that the Dnlversa
>mpany declare that It cost II
tual cash over a million dollars
id It required eighteen month
.'which to produce It; andwhll
q money Involved 1b not alway
test of true value In screen out
its, tho time taken for a p'roduc
>h. manna of course, greatercar
to detail, and In that' respec
picture Is notawprthy.
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\jO "Bt-oCKS 13 A
3S TfiooQ-H.
? -=ja^g J |
?Z? i
1 beat .side of life we can only aay,
1 this picture la not for you, nor for
the children .or adolescent youns '
people. , 1
I; ~ ,
i Mr; and Mrs. Sam Cornell, who 1
jhave spent the summer at their j
country home near Mannlngton, t
B will return here and take apart- 1
9 ments in the homc of Miss Zone 1
[i Cornell of Water streets where
i tney win spena tne winter.
r Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lake of f
Edgemont Wore shopping hero last (
4 evening. ,
^ Mrs. JL7. E. Martin of Bridge |
I Htrcot lias returned hero after a i
; fow days visit at the home of her 1
; parents at Lqst. Creek. ;
i Claud K1tl?1and and Berry Wil- "!
t soil of Clarksburg were socuij call-.
crs here last evening.
i Mrx. and Mrs. George Lieving of
Lambert street wero shopping in
? Fairmont last evening.
Miss Mildred Smith, who had
? been visiting with her cousin, ^IraFred
Brambr.dge; in Fairmont, for
| the past fow days, has returned lo
I her homb here...
a! .TnlVn Prnti-fni-ll Hwlto Cli-lmHi
n j and Haywarcl Reed of Shinnstoni
,1 jxrere social callers here last even-j.
r ing. ij
1 Members of the degree staff of ,
f Pythian, Stators lmvq.boen request- \
ed to bo present at the regular j
e lodge meeting this^ evening lor
1 practico. "* ,
\ Mrs. Prude Pylcs of fjarksburg 1
f Is VifritlngherO at the home: of her i
0 srster, Mrs. Pearle Roby of Water <
? street. i
^ ' Mrs. \V. S. Petty of Jenkins,
' Ky., who has been'here visiting at 1
the home of hor.brother Perry D. *
3 Burtort of Bridge street, returned i
8 to her home yesterday. ' i
Tony Decarlo of Uniohtown'U'}
here visiting pt. the home* of his J
mother, Mrs. Decarlo of Bridge
1 street. ( ' 1
3 Miss' Katherine McGraw is '11 j
B with scarlet fever at the home of
g her parents in Walnut street. \
: Mrs. Helen HolVort of Edge: ?
d mont was here yesterday v.siting I
at the home of. her brother, S. L. I
s Shaver. I
J ' ?? .1
Beyond Worry. j'
n "Baker boasts t'nnt he'can-trace'
3 his ancestors "back to ^h? PIl-j
i grlmS." /v ' |
* "Well, the. Pllgrimi ir? dead'
and thoy won't mind It." .'
Teacher?How many sides has a
circle .
Munm?Two. ' Insl'de and outside.
* I jftjj
I ymimmimmmimmmammm
J ' Hallowe'en
J Costumes and
?] Masks
ri; t . I. ' \
j. Holt-Rowe
I Novelty Co. I
325 Adams St.,
\ :
1' ? 11,11 ,
jj We Clean Coats
8 . - ?noticheiper'
; : V. ;u; bur bitter '
t'" HeiiizeAKCo. 1
, ><. . A. Uj*pton. Agt
V f. i. lyiANtiiNGtON .
; _
' : - * " .
American Buildihg Guardet
by Guns of Cruiser in
City's Harbor.
. .
TOKIO, Oct 19.?(By the Asso
elated Preasj?Lawlessness relgni
In Vladivostok a? the result ot tlx
approach ot a victorious "red1
irmy, otflqial dispatches say. Thi
French consulate was attacked yes
terday, and foreigners have appeal
sd to their governments tor pro
lection. The American consul- hai
engaged as a refuge retreat t
building under the American flat
and guarded'by the guns ot at
American cruiser.
Two Japanese cruisers and Jhrei
lapanese destroyers also are. It
Vladivostok harbor t'tr ialil iu tin
protection ot torelgtiors. Recent re
porta have related the practical an
plhilatlon of the white guards, un
ler General Dletrlchs. The invading
?rmy of the Far Eastern republic
rt Siberia aparently was marching
pn Vladivostok unhindered, and
:he capture ot the Siberian porl
ivns expected (nomentarlly.
. Mrs. X. R.^C. Morrow, who re:ontly
returned from a toui
ibroad, will address the con'gre
fatlon of the Presby teriur
Jhurcli at 7:30 Sunday evening
concerning the Passion Play,
vhlch she witnessed, and* her ira'
sresslons of It Mrs. Morrow; has
ieen the Passion Play twice, first
n 1010 and again this summer
There have been numerous re
iuests made since her return foi
;hls address, and Mrs.. Morrow hai
consented to give tb.e talk nex
Sunday evening ,at the regulat
Sunday evening service. Mrs. Morrow
is considered an intorestint
MEXICO CITY. Oct. iD.?'Tin
federation'of syndicates 'of the dis
rict has subscribed a genera
jtrike of twenty four hours It
sympathy.-with the Mexico Citj
Brewing'Co.'employes wh? hav<
jeen on strike thirty five days-.
r?n, -
BURLINGTON,. Vtl, Oct. 19.Thirteen
horses, survlvpps oi
twenty two that started Mon
lay, eantored out of. the For
hlthan Allen stables, this mornln;
'or the run to Jeffersonville anc
return on the fourth da^<of tin
(00 mile array endurance tdst.
How To Banish
Thousands Bless Dr. eonhardt the
Physician Who Discovered This
Common Sense Remedy.
If you think that the surgeon')
snlte Is the only method ^of cscapi
Tom tho misery of pile*, It's be
causo you haven't heard of the riev
:reatment kno^n ,as Dr. Loon
lardt's HliM-ROlD.
The Doctor'a treatment is Inter'
lal. By experimenting for yean
ic discovered the exact cause o
>iles and -tben" went further anj
compounded a remedy that woiijc
emove.the cause.
Dr.' Leonhardt wants' every suf
erei^ to benefit by his discover]
mil to that there will be no doubt
ng;br; Qdlay Portney Drug Ca and
ill druggists are authorised to sel
3BM-R01D with guarantee that 1
ylll ."do as stated or money back
".Op"* that honorable basis ever]
suffer or. should secure a packag<
>f Dn Lconhardt's HEM-ROID to
Ia>'- . \ S
printed pi
and let us
. viceintov
,f ' ? ji'i ?
k Tt
gahela Power and Railway Co. will
leave here at 8 o'clock.ln'the^nora
I inland'will convey teachers from
. Fairmont Independent and Union
I Independent school 'districts tc
Clarksburg where "they will attend
the tall session ot the Slononga
hela Valley Round Table Assocla
J tlon. The teachers ot Barrackavlll!
Mannlngtoa and Monongah will al
ho attend the sessions.
There will be no school tomorrow
In either the Fairmont' -Indepen
dent or Union Independent district
. nor In the Barrackvtlle. Manning.
t ton and Monongah schools. Local
jt people will participate on the pro.
. gram and a Interesting two day
, j session is^ilanned. City Suporlntem
. dent ot Schools Otis O. Wilson'and
.: the city superintendent ot schools
.! ot Union Independent District. W.
. A- Huetead, will tend the delegat'
tlon leaving here in the morning.
. A number ot tho members ot *hc
| faculty and the student body, ot the
1 Fairmont State Normal School
,1 will also attend the sefslons.
.1 . ;
:\s .LOS ANGELES, Oct. 19.~Dcn?
'; lal that he had "written by radio,"
; articles concerning the recent
I; destruction by fire of tho liner
;; City of Honolulu was mad# here
.today by Captain ^Valk,.'master'ot
the freighter West Fralon, which
; picked up'ttyo City of Honolulu's
, passengers after they had taken
f:t6 the fiea In life boats. James
Speedy, vice president of tho U. S.
j Shipping Board at Washington,
ill '
I Chas. W
!| Your Vote and ]
! UntflDi
ij Why begin, that daih
furnace now and waste
'.] \ .
Radiantfire?the mar
will give you all the h<
and Fall. No bother, i
burn hours for less thai
I of coal. Amazing hea
I lutely odorless. See on
I . Buffalo St.,
' C?; huk
I R?di?
DATES- for office sh<
, Posters and every neet
lblicity NOW. Phone
give you the quickest p]
' . . '-"S ??'
wr nniMT
'? . " : " v"v
le West Virginian Build
i~~' TAXI
, Call Jimmy Coad'a; ttonr Bating- J
| -nouae. ' |
V ' l ' *
. II -f'-y
<in, II
velous new gas fire?' . Ill
a the cost of a shovelful

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