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TIME’S UP
SATURDAY THIS CO-OPERATIVE
SALE ENDS
It is now only a question of hours when the
last of these Co-operative Pianos and Player
Pianos will be sold. This sale has been such a success
that other houses attempt the same plan. They can
copy everything but the quality, the price. No one
can duplicate the prices quoted in this sale. It was a
lucky stroke for our customers —this co-operative
idea.
As announced yesterday, the sale will close Sat
urday—positively.
From now on it’s a question of ‘ first come first
' served.”
The Pianos in this sale cost regularly everywhere
300 dollars—
CO-OPERATIVE PIANO SALE 1 QC
PRICE. f
CO-OPERATIVE PLAYER-PIANO flJOQC
SALE PRICE.. &OVO
The lowest terms a good, honest Piano can
\ be sold.
.-- p
I FLOOD INSUR ANCE
To every purchaser of one of these Co-opera- \
| five Sale Pianos we give a certificate of protec
tion in case of damage by high water.
OTHER ADVANTAGES
You get the strongest guarantee it is possible to
make.
You get a receipt in full in case of death.
You have 3o months to pay tor the piano.
You have 37 months to pay for the Player Piano.
! You are insured against damage by water.
In fact you have never been able to buy a good,
■' honest piano at so low a price and the privileges that
go with Co-operative Sale are unusual—Come earlv
while the selection is complete.
C. A. HOUSE
1305-1307 Market St., Wheeling ‘
Get j|
| ALTO SL ITS
Auto Dusters and Auto
Pants at
TAYLOR’S
They VTi'il Save Your Good jj
Clothes. _
BELLAiRE
Injured at Weliaburg.
Clarence eaferbauch. son <>f
and Jlr« William r*eaf“r.buugh, a r
Uier r«!(i»n' of thi* <■ *y, *u'‘ '
a broken arm »hl> pi tying hi \V» ,1
burg Wednesday triH: Mi T1 • ■ t.l
nu playing In the public p'.a
ground* when i« ' • < l, h -.h i
uer that t« Fu-tain* I a fr:t ".T- <"
the tight arm
Serioua Condition.
Ron* Came*, of <1 .err**r* *■'.
underwent an operation at V"
tins F. rn hoapitg)
Ing for th» removal of
rertniform* T perat
ceaafully i>erforn.<■: t •• It v.'i >
but complication* have Fet in
the young rm U fm n a very >t
oug eondT’pitu
Struck by Tram.
Vrn,- rmr. an \
About flf- 'hr. >« ir- ■ i
rtmrk by 'hr !: k • ) >»« !j* r .* >, ■
* «•, a I*-*< i ' • r i • < • "I *
tV«#Jft*-arlay oroi t about 1 < >
bmkon arm a- I a r . fn:.»-r «' »
ani bm1o'-« nWi- f bark -•,
ora ar.ij l« lb -a • muow'1 .
thn ri>n#|a » hr Jib 1 • ' -«r.| f ■
Irg on *r • t- Vo 11 a- ! ia li a * r
prttlral « or>,! ,• ti.r
Eporoptv. Park
A mroMnif of 'hr K'l'ipi »r• i •«
of Kj. ■ ' r'b i rk • • .< -I i> t
T'lrk hr-1.1 I-. •> . I
0»\rf.'| Imji'T* >' ’i • -it- i I*1 ;
on a"or,till
ing a'i«l fi'ibll r - ' . i i . , . i
program '!«• I • •
a i-t an- of th»- • pin loo 'in' • | n
frMi v
fr.rr. I • offof
p+f ,r»
J»r.nlr.«* ll-.at • •• •*- • . ),•
of at »h* • t-fiji
Corror.t K oi| cf H- -V
A ronfor* '.m «.■« r,. i ...
go pro on* «i •
l!Tr k *
pornirli*o»- • ... bn m i . . p
»a« h«-|if in r< .-ar I
tio '!• oil 11n -. * i * • irii . , a ;
but tt . i,nt|i• rn !• •
t|oO - i f’|t 1
foropr - > . 1,1 I !,•*.•
fort anrf f| r I ,n,| , la»i| .fill
tf*-r-|rf».i| f«, ..r- . t.r I , .. ,i
Ilroro-I a * i.| r- »' * *: a' ,f <i ,,
(|rrr frr.'n *■
tar.ninr l*n ,
o' bob k
'.rnp'/'t C #v U • r
Tbo r, lit
i-i
for M—
%
Nr. th" Klk-< Iran 1 theater. May 2*
Th- i|i' h»r» ha-, been rehearsing
ration* iml • ..*• m#mbera ..i
fi.» ci.i-e have been practicing th"
■ ' dallj I ■. . . ring ,1 r>*
lh.- »■(-eak»r* and subjects of th. it
oration*
Wanted' t Lincoln . . Rer.a niiim
M i-n Mj .'h.p Com.in . o. Knu-r
l r:< •• of Ignorance
:T, -V. , Kllzaheth WalYhl;
T .- t,older. 1. irh Mihlre.l
Th** i lnder.-lht of K-luca'ion .
. . Klaa Hurler*
i L nk 1 y l.;r.k . Knrl Houck
-Tii- World t Wl-h in I'nlrer* .1
*/• Morr » i.uh.t/
The HI.irk* With Which We Fulld
Krai.k Ficketl
T..e roundation of t'haraicer .
, ,, t'halnter Sn-. <1>i
Like i ora Hudd-ra Amo* w...;
T;.- iner-h.-< of the elan* of i;»;
' •' <-fferta:ne.| a' the home o:
.1 > ••rtna ''r. .-.on!; Ho moot
T“‘i ••* even.ng liondav e-.enln.
" •
>• «!*•■* Il-n-i r uni on North lie.
mont *tr*et and Tuesday evening ai
th* bom.- of Mit-s i.race Warnock on
••rate. III,
Police Courd.
The f • were n||...|
i ■ r<- aurint on in -non’ -*t<e»
' I Ugh! -if
' "r M -* '*t"ck wrUf.-r* aid
• • F-1.1 in Were ; mn.l ... t.e jumm
: • tear f* 1
; ’ ' ' duelled Mnd th
l, ,r * ** ,r‘ * '■ >'• ' ftv ba*f» •
• • ' |.ut .|> »i‘. apiece for a h.eanrii
"V;rl' K Major Wvumu
he-, were ..
Arm BH'y Ci<t.
, 1 1 .. f fll-n '•It- X
•if , . „ , n
• r.l > rti..rn1r e
i **• rln* wit.
\.rlnn-.n HJOrt)
•• I •« i ffri. If!
■ 'PH I nthr-r* If
'r ft■ .|.t ul'.l..*, wti>>ti i,-,,
*• f ■ • »p •. |.r|. r f
* * 11 v '*'■ t' tfllir* tthl f, f| r
' • • rt> It Tt- -it (.in*.
• a. i • •• « . In ..f .1,,. |*1,i|.|
•' r ’■ ' » -.*.■ | i fi|. i, K i,|.
• * -V Iff 'til- ti t* ' I Iff i.f ft|,
S.implp Shoes
'• ..* *r tntif^r
#> n* « • i»« r
T,» it *• *• »n
• Ml *i J*Im ♦ 1t**f
* fh<* < f!<» / #r#
'' * Vr, i * 't^iih t'
* h«*fn
Locke Shop Co.
BFLLAIHE, O.
Tlte Proterennive Store”
a\i>r«;w ki;k,\
Proprietor
Be||aire, Ohio.
I »> tier in I in nit nr**, # i.»r
• ■ t . \\ ill I'.»] r in,
■ ire. \U |)fiii'.4.’ iiir
F *** broke and fell, atrlklnr Flftmer
upon th» upper part n fthe arm al
most completely severing the muscle.
• *r. J. M M<<'|ei;an *»< summoned
i 'id eleven stlt* he« were requited to
■ lose the wound.
Chang* Pisa*.
Th*- four young men who were ar
rested l.y Constable Mlr.'.er on *
Ivlmrgc of as°stilt upon the person of
" '-lllam Ksllay. nt tlmka Fun. “slur
’ do.c t.Ight. appeared In Fuulre Mor
rell'* court yesterday, and rhangrd
iheir original pl«a in not guilty to
; guilt). la.*; was ft ns.I »ii and
•lost*, amounting In rs.h .«» to fa.JS.
The Roma Theatre
Faturdey. "TV* Children nt
Ft. Anna*' 1e a Majestic r»o *. -e of old
I.oulalana full gf charity, faith and ab*
sorbing heart Interest. tf
To Begin Work Soon.
• !.. Pa. surd, nf Columbus waa in
the dt> yesterday anil wont over th"
! contract# for tho new hospital with
i .he hospital committee. Tho contract
of c D. ICeyaar, for tho construction
of tho building waa signed a* well as
, tho contract with the lilutnb. rg l'lec
trli Compter.) Thr* heating and ventl
| latlng contract haa Hot been let end
the contract* with the other firm*
were not alaned Wednesday, contrac
tor Keyaer stated that he would start
| work next Monday morning and ruah
. the work through an quickly aa pos
sible.
Raturnad From Hospital.
Mrs. Howard Grafton ha* been re
moved to her home on Roar, Hill from
the Martin* Ferry Hospital, where she
. i event!) underwent an operation for
appendicitis. The Operation w*fta en
I tlrvlv successful and her many friends
I Iicpe for her ultimate and apeedy re
covery.
Donahue Funeral.
Funeral aervlcea over tho remains
of Miss Julia Donahue, who died Wed
nesday morning at the homo ..f her sl».
ter Mr*. Edward Cook on -Vnl t*
[ s'reef, following an Illness of lung
1 trouble will be conducted from '.hr
S'. John's t'alhollc church. Saturday
mottling Interment will be In Mi.
| Calvary cemetery, near Wheeling.
Miner Funeral
I ur.eral service* over the remains «*
.1 stph Kuberskl. who died Wednewda:
. a.» the rc»ult of Injuries sustained In
, the Dig hive toa; n.tre, r.t Stewatla
'i.Ie will he conduced th'-t m~rnli.B
j 9 o’clock. Interment will l • it. tue
IHeil Funerji,
F^inemi wr\*lce^ o*>r * h» remains of
j Lout» eHU. who d:..j |r. . ho*pit*: si
; Portland. «>!■••*..r. T< . wirt* i'.lnes;!
of n career of the 'tv.*r, will con
ducted In thl*. city. Saturday* by the
I Rtt • H Herbr, j. r of
; Reformed chvr t ri e remain.
I "i’l arrive in this it- rsfuidav m,.rr.
in; from hi* late h m . at Medford,
' < >te»;t n. Interment will . c lu the Row
111 .1 cemetery.
Held Meeting.
i Th* regular of i’:* Am»*rtc«s
I C1»i.. of thl* dtj » . M II •>. i «i -
lors * he Windsor 11 t 1 . ,-t i • . ni* if
A larire r um' , r were pr. cut ..i. 1 m-i -
iral Important mattewere jI'.i, .■.*.
t*-ni’o:i Two r.ew ar.i'.'c... w.rc
j t iker Into the club, an 1 htir.l arr. tin .
! merle w> re made for rh- annual t an
■Viet whb h Will be n- Id rY: la\ • wr.
1 r June f Follow!*!.' trie ' ■ «!*,'!>
TTireilm. h soc'al a>Mlm .«ac fcr.J
and refreshments » r.. snea.
Fancy Work Party.
Th* members < f the Women'* II n*.
. ■'"sslor.ar- Hoelety ,.f the First M r
j churep h< id n fancy w ork party r.l
if''’* TTnlloway tVnooners Home i!
I K • >w . i yeeterday The after! i
wes very enj'yai iv spent at fan t
rk are «♦’ »r todal liver*! • s *- •
a* *• appropriate hv.ir refreshments
’ y. ’r» served.
Spragg Amusement Co.
Olympic — Ulk-Qrtuifl Th»a#“Or
j * **a* \mr • .if*- ! '-**• rri
rr*o<!lr»t»A. muM\ nlnm • •
, dat*.
. Alunn fVr'V.7* t ♦. |.r«t T* • pr: *
1 I * «am*
•*Tfc« Ver.^e.ir.r* of Durand."
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MARTINS FERRY
T. Pleasantly Entertained.
0 Dane* were pleas
a,‘ iTnPhomUl,'r«yr*,?n!*y Afternoon
«t ll.n home of Mr*. Dlttrnar. of Jrf
a,“! the lnels
w.Ttr rrPy.iT<’r?, n <-ndar.ro Fancy
worIC «ip the diver*!- n of the after
i noon ami «t n seaeo-iahTo hour, dainty
refreshment* were served.
«... Art Exhibit.
. the art exhibit that
I*-1® ^ vrr' n !*1* vacant store
room nt the corner of Fifth and Han
9y*r *ireoAw|H.°P*n- All cf the work
* ,^y •choo! students In
t-in i.r.o o. sewing. Ora vJugs paint
!?«" writing will h« exhibited.
1 oxilblt will contlr.ua til! to-mor
row etoning.
Funeral Services Thta Evening.
* uncral et-rvlcei over the re
tna.-ie of the lato David Tampltn, who
died ut b<e home on South Proadway
vtednnsday evening after a lingering
wl*l be held this evening at
- .30 front hi* let* residence The
Mine lodge of Vaeotta will have
charge or the funeral. The remrins
"L nc sent to Pittsburgh to-tnorrow
where the Interment will be made
Social Thl* Week.
This evening and continuing till to
morrow evening, a aoclal will open In
the Glenns Run school house, and
everybody is invited to attend There
wh! be plenty of oats and a good time
is assured to all who ettena. It 1*
i expected that a neat sum will be real.
' lxed on the affair.
- --
Property Appraised.
The property of the into Tony Lan
dors on Fourth street was appraised
yesterday afternoon. Justice of the
Peace, ft T Ong has been appointed
administrator The appraiser* were H.
G. Pratt Walter Carlisle end Frank A.
Sedgwick, the property was appraised
at about |4n0.
Entertain Bible Claee.
. Miss Edna Ta'bot will entertain the
Young Ladles' lilble class of the First
Trosbyttrlan c.mrch at her home on
Eighth street tills evening and a fine
time Is in store for ail who attend
The affair v us to have been held next
Friday evening but that b--lng Decora
I Mon Day, the dute was changed.
Miner Dies.
The man by the nun.*- of Donard.
"ho was Injured in tile mine accident
at Rayiand. someMme ugo, and who
1 us I- “!• in the hcspltni for the last
t 'o tie nths died hi • ev. nit.g about s
o'clock ills condition has been crl
tlca'ly for io:i:h time The body was
removed u, Noble i ndertaking
Parlors to he - r- u.-ireri h r burial.
Mush Complaint.
Much iouii> alnt Is being heard from
t!:• r h l*-nts of hi' city In regard to
ball playing In the etreetr and the uu
th rl; eo are going to make an effort
to put a at j, t , *>.,. practice Several
narrow escaptof people getting hit
In ' he pi act It • in the !« et t **. i r tnrt o
date ;ur been the cause of the cu::i
i-lalnt.
Flsd Meet.
The loc.il lUg,. tchool »ul have n;«?n
entered It; all , : the events at the field
meet to be held In Bartlesville to-inor
rtfv, and are x\ ected to cive h good
tunt mselves A numb* i of
students no' entered lit the events
wi t also go • it Tl • meet will be
held on the Fair ground.
Quarterly Camrounion.
y-., rt- :.\ ermmunoU .-vices will
he : at the First M K church Sun
dn morning and no eervlOM will be
the . v min* • ;t.g to the ecr
tr.eii » > • gradaattiig c.n?s at the
High school auditorium.
Baccalaureate Sermon.
. . • ate sermon to
. ting i 1
delivered Sunday even*
Inc ‘n the High c-hool auditorium and
a inrg.- crowd expected to attend
The will i -■ deliver.d by Rev
1 \Y Hill of th* I'nit. I Presbyterian
church
Banquet Tea* Eveninq.
■ Tlu- mu-i.tl hi,oil; t iii th*- •iirtlnr
r-his- *f th** ilt-h n l.ni'l to the senior
I* a-s will 1* • ; l -hi -vi nine in 'lie
High ri mol and h< room h-ir been
do * rat* I in tin** - in The inustc
• r tl . . i* - * i • til l< ’ rnished by
:!.* liibson Mandolin oreh* stra
D*uo*ce Day
To tin rrns* - ilnorn d 'v iu com
mi • ...rt in S: n.i.r-s die a.i I
'tin I • v • r t "i twits lit * -• * will
lie heard .liiiin l.'teh will rit til
.1! •; tt-.e com A .not a the lis' are
. . . ■ trim this rit
Vid o s- Km* -*t Yoi.o. Al
.1 . i !* • nyii
■'.t* i .ilt -r - '..i ii*- i'iilnter on 1
.--*••*• H* '.1*0 s* \tr.;e S/uPe
Ycor3 Cndd Bu»ofd
K i-i * *• *-s t* * *oir th*- r< mmi
<• • I., f :n •; t.t old r**i, of Mr ita I
Mr IfMu , ed at tm
I .mils ho :,*• t t;.- |.H. * * Herd.I.*
w a held in Mo* iifti-rruM U et z
*• * - a T. ;tit rment »io mr.di- ill
■h*- Tllfotisl.i* ' 1 otiiid r •meti-ry .
on * r (j * u.Rr .
I • 11 1. : : ■ * !i- ; I.'. <1 •
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. ii I •• . n‘* il : i ' '!• • 1* . t i«iii n
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• .il i mil I I.. • ?i tin:- •1 • f I ,n • ■
: I .|"'itil li'.T ..•! I*t In k"l * . I
a Ifi .il tin • .■•!.
C einmi| R t n h t ot Way
Tl • * A I' I... ... .1 I • ■
.1 itllli ’ I |l III " Il IV a III (I n
, Ilia I • I ■’> 111 .1 II I .1V- . I II'.till Hill
II -» ' lv I ' - ». .. I I Hi ||| ,|
' v11k i 1 'iji r nan:
• •.« ,i) it.. • v. ink ii i
In . in mi ■ inivnft ‘iii' * m*
• rm liil nn i i Hi. i nil |i> :im i mi:
|ni >
Nf* Hrmr.
Wink i .. In . in ti I lllltni'
■ r .1 V V in t *i I'* * I* I ‘on -if
.<« > tim. on
• 'I * .-I . . i .. ''r. i| li -h
i . i: .. I i • i ,, * :i.« r. .i
■ !* nm(i • I
|i Hi t* i a .nni till*
f.vhii
Hair 'A»icnir.r.
T' * in .1 ni
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V .ifti. 'ti
M - * it/ ,M*' r 'j
I .■ Il Til- I
i 11 . n n f ftlt »
in . !« rr i
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■ • 1 i * I I i t.i .ti PitT'n II . .■
’I* i ’.ti* «; Hii'i..
' ■■ " vi * ii i i *h hran»
- I fk ,11 I'lrfftl Hull
I III III it II 11 I I .lit
I I. Il.vtl
Marf.n Myt.t Oaatf
.. .1 .ii. ii |v r*>
! - ! *»«* !• tf I «-f ’i . I If. Ill.-.l .It
1 *.. I • lint .* jfs ...|
* I \. • i . v . i. • t laicf
ll *. i* fink 11* .11 ti « n .|tl*
A.i' i i • • "nl In |i ..ft. i ii >,if
g
rink
rfQXlE
Seventh West Virginia regiment, ami
was well liked and respected by all
' who knew him Funeral services will
he held to-morrow afternoon at 'J
oclock from the home of his daugh
ter.
Play Tlttonvllle.
Manager Snodgrass, of the ideal
be I am, baa arranged a game foi
tomorrow afternoon with the strong
Tlttonvllle team. The game will be
piuvi-d at the latter town and a largo
number of rooters wi.i accompany
the team.
Operator III.
The story appearing in an evening
paper to the effect that the operator
at the Bell telephone exchange w^»
asleep at the switch was erroneous,
as the operator was taken suddeuly
J HI- The story created a sensation In
the cUy last evening until the truth
wus known Their many patrons were
j greatly pleased when they found out
that the operator was jll, as they did
not think she was asleep
Martina Ferry Briefs.
Russell Davis, a former resident of
' this city, but now of Columbus, is in
tuts i:t.. the guist of his parents on
Klghtli street. He Is also on his
honeymoon, as he was only married
last .Monday.
Miss Hilda Walters, of Tiltonsvllle.
will leave in a few days for Ravenna,
0 . to make her future homt.
Mlrs Lucille l’ope. of Woodfeheld, is!
In the city, visiting at the home of
Alvx Dixon, on Fourth street
Attorney Frank R. Sedgwick lett
last evening on a business trip to Chi
cago to be gone several days.
Justice of the Peace James Weath
1 troll returned yesterday from a busi-j
to rs trip to Cleveland
The Hibson Mandolin Orchestra
licit ,i Mhcarsal last evening at the
home of Bernard Becker, one of us
mem lie: s
The Junior Mechanics held n well
a'tetni. i meeting ill tlnir ball on Han
over street hist evening
I util the Hoyle- lb id is cleaned, no
tall games euii be played there, and
Hoy will play on th« nidi field
Tile barber shop-, the dentist- of
In p*. I l.a l.i wt or » oltii.e a Ml Ih**
<iu iiWiwe t»« [■>• all . ins.-1 tn.itor-1
•’.i> alt’ll.'ti I'm > will ront.uup.
• a ••'•■I* Th'.imlaj all. i aoo.i llipl
I aiaiK't •>: lli< a ill tit’ r
ilt> .I'lhii ll.iiui. t. no wa- n|>p|u'p.i
1 • fi at t. t i ipiiitiil l upwilat. mil; < on
in. i " ta im|iriitp.
III. la at war llltl’I.M III Ihp lllllll.
>• M’fii.i' amt tonio nf tlir ni«*i» war**
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BRIDGEPORT
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be decorated The members of the post
"ill meet at S» nclock and vehicles will
«nnv*v them to Weks . emctei' In the
afternoon they will leave Bridgeport it
2 h* oclock I or Lin wood « emetery. wheer
services will also be conducted
Trinity La the ran Convention. •
llev Theodore Cricgenbarger. pastor
or the Trinity Lutheian church, will
leave t<>d*> to attend the annual con
vention «f Tlie Pittsburgh synod of the
Lutheran church to bo held'at Roches
ter. I'a No sermon will be preached
Sunday < venlng as llev « rn kcnbergt r
"l 1 not return unt 1 late Sunday even
ing I1* legates from all over • »hio and
Western l#enns> ivania and West Vir
ginia will attend
Funeral Yesterday
buneia* eerv'.Cf* ovei the remain* of
the lute Mrs. Hamuel Coffman, vvno Hied
lit he: liJitir In DUIorivtile Tu* -d.»y,
were heid yesterday afternoon Iron, iho
home of bei son Geoi ge Coffman. :u
M:ook*>de and vvei*- laigelv attended,
ltev ,\e.»l ol the KirkWooo l'r*ebyteri »u
ch-* h officiate i Interment was .n Lin*
wood cemetery.
Hearing Today.
The woman arieaieu >o»t*rda> on
the charge ot letting her milk wag- u
mand 11 • • st ret•* <* r 111■ . • .r
notes at • v* i •
k vc:* j, hearing at lo o'clock this Horn
ing i his is uga-net tnr city ordinance
• nd th«- fine .» not ices than i 6 and
coat* or inoie man Ift-- and coats.
The meeting >»f \i * Masons that w,is
• * have teen r.eld ih'* evening ha* been
postponed until a .ater dale fn© rnetn
I'vr.** hi’,, attend the futieial of Brother
Lav rasnplin •*-. Mart na Ferry ihla
evening.
Bridgeport Brief*.
W «* Has* • ' Fair port wag here
* etertiay on bust new*
Ml** Gertrude Manet* of iSteuben
' HI- <• 1* tlte guest of friends at
Lr« ok* de for u few day*.
Ms a Frank Jordan oi Heaver Falls
has re'ur?svi home after a short \»-it
w.tn friends lr. this « |«>
Mias Klttaheth Hari is>n of Canal
I‘over will return home today after vis
t i g I r lend* here
'i r." local Fnr net* who were attend
I* g the CotiVei lion in i*.im*-nt Will I ••
tU li home todav
Messier* band returned home last
••venir g afVi j laving for the Wltet-i.ng
i\ n Kb * Templar at Fairmont \V. Va
John Cnnnollv of Said * is the guest
• r h.s *«-n Klmer :n this city
V m t'h.»rn . l»ai.gherT> h.«» returned
.•r*e- a short v isji .it s': Ctairsviiir
L g f.ef r John SetdwitS of the H &
*• alt I 4 fe hate g"le fo Cambridge
, , a . r*K *
A* vene i *v fig ur. t«in* »*f mtet-st
tnls pa|«er tall .»12-J Martins Fer
ry lie*l phone
M’MECHEN
Many A'.tend Lecture
I *» ep.t* • « fa t r Mt t * w in
'**r\ dteagrr* hI-.o Impi • vming. a vet>
l.»t*»r • »•"«! dttenoe l 1 *.»• Mrr* ■»p,t • .»
I* ' re g}*#n imi« » t »•• .»u>pl. r* *.f t r
• .» i t■••!> • the ITiM M li < ’ • T •
• TT . l w.i- I cM ji f 1,0.11)11 f «>f t r
new - hurt h #»n ! \1 •* - M. i get e* t ’»m 1
t rdelivered :“e le* I • t« « n • pr*»% ••
t*» I* v**r> Interesting .oil pieaem? t. t .•
luffc* „ i>.;*•(.« • Thr t .(• »■ t «*f the *» .r*
""*• It.* I* l liplvo af> • of. .»•!
in . — .»fi ,-{ J • rn > *%.** i r a* t .. i-l .1
r.r.it ei.m rinlUHl I • >’.t t».r off. • t
" til »: to t .•» . I ,nli f >lot
To Organ** Union.
Tel ■ .
pl*» e --U «r.*/ r*. , |rru i*> t ■*
*'»’ -• r» 1 « it ret: a * ..i l.r h* . 1
». • »• * f-ltllfr T ** l*f**« Pill pr$
■*"f t :v •.»*. . , .-fl-fc, ! h- rt» . * f.»
• . t . • • • 1- * .v rpt on rot .r.l o
* • .• » ev m ill . !•.*• .0 •• ,.\ • * T. r
■ • ■Ml 1 • - ^' • • I N • .
Funeral Today.
•«' wi 1 \ |. n "M>| ' t • rtni,r*»
A* t r M- *ln tl ♦* Ii ifir..' *..• %**>«« n • f
!• 11itM•* 1 In«*fmn11% Vie .r.e- .»
" • t *•**rn o ft.#- Mif tuai . »! mif •
» • *• «hl t - niofnina t *• • 1
at f •* ■ m' o|», , I, if. lie-1 i« .mi 1*.
*•* *11. .. « , „r..i |te- K* * *
M-r "III nff, irtf, Ifteffi'f-t mi: I.
Work Progreaeing Prry Slowly.
» • I
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■ 4 e* n lei f * . ,r -r of of **r ,
’ *,f> !»* !•■«■» ft " in .1 ft - | «• r l|.
" o .4 I•• ►lif e ..r, . n.| Ot. I 1 r. Inf.
-• » l 1 n! 1 mo? I* » If V*14 ef,»t• 1 .
e*t* . 1 t hit to « • 1 , «* * . a i^tk
>ef |o * . -V.f|e » rt. rr it W I. | e . « ft\ |
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^ *• t • f • nen-arrika' of ir* ».OTe 1 I
Comrreme* .neat Tonight
T * • i ' f t * 1 .1 nf !, i. in ,i|
» a*r.«na• tie* t*
• f * n-r. ie* f . - « 1
► " » * • tor*un „f f * r • e» uni
ig « .,,**• * • nn if, )|#v
* * * f I 1 **for . • Ktrpf \f | 1
' 1 .* f'« f '*«w»«1 nt|1 -teliver t e «er.
n •*» *• *1 nil *ie . >*r«!ial1t -rt* fleet f.t if.
' e*»ie • !>#i program hi* !••>*«* ar-|
f*» * g* f •* f e e.frhv
. Hoard of Trifle Held Meeting
• e» •- ♦ 1 r.. *| 1 , 1 • • * 1
rf# * f in*»f I ftp j.,«f e.f'ini if< t #'
* »'* ' 1 1 Klf»g in the « » t 1
t Mo*** inf*re4ttf,a m.f
4 \
1 • t , «t 4* e r* «o aef 1 iif. le f pur* age I
» :*trfiphftn* ai ientu*
Rntertatned Sewing Clnh
* 1 I * •' I • .1
ft. n,omSera f .* ..ft,. 4-.tr* . I n r> ,
veet*,.»«| afVortf,p.fi • r f ..ff j
4 %f - • t« «-f \ , 4 ft If . f «,,#
•po*f tu *. » n, nft• f .* 4 |*a«,*n
"•«* • •' * t » M .»t fi ,t*r.i 1 1 4 j
• ••• I.il m* r.tu .*n I f f*. f nt« P..O
f' ( * 4 * •rt'Tifj .• ^ lor grip .if i
M« lg**« hc-n Br.efe
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v. T * **!•• ?' 11 rV* t ! 'i '.Tt
It <• i4 11of. t mi «. *n | »•• • i Hep ». n l
•.*1 4 O -41 | 4 1 ft'.f t* «. 44, , f p. ,44
on Tuesday evening, as was stated in
these column* yesterday morning.
Many local persons will attend t‘»a
commencement exercises to he held at
the First M E. church at Giendala to
night of the nurses at the hospital.
TENERAND PENROSE
FOR GOOD ROADS
WASHINGTON Pa.. May —Gover
nor John K. Tener and Fnited States
Senator Hom penrose delivered ad
dresses hi advovation of good roads to
day before the Farmers* Normal Insti
tute. wnidi .is been in s»*esioii here fop
several d »y* Senator Penrose presented
stror a argument* ;n favor of highway
Impi n\ euient -. and %vas frequently ap
pla . led The add res «.f (iovernor Tener
v* as l i lef but In line with the known at
t.tude i»»r the upbuilding of tha road
system of J’enneylvarua.
TO PROBE STRIKE
Adjutant General S~vller Will Personally
InvesUg-n Va yrouiit Bom Mina*
Emu.
Tlil.N r« »N. N ’ . May .J —Adjut.tnt
General Sadler hi',! to Wharton to
morrow to nmke a le-sorai in\esttgation
* •" th» etrike -lti.it. n #vt the
Mope mines II*- u «l fiintg .t I ts infor
mation wMe that t Morris county au
» toriftes were ..viable ,f handling t s
situation at this tune am! no troops
were needed to krep nnlei General Sad
ler will remain In \\ harton the entire
day and upon lit* teturn wit] irnmwd -
stelv infirm Gm *rnoi Fielder what
*t. p- ..I l he taken to guard against
■*»n\ • itlT*.ik on Moq Jav w en t *e mir.e*
wni 1. put in full operation
Mother's Advice
To Her Daughter
A RmI Live Doll lo Fondle I* Womens'
Greetest Happiness.
#>n# of the mowt Important matter* ahaot
which women »oncern them«*T.a Is their
f iture sratua as a crandmotner And eh*
l« at«d'»m l!«e f wh.* knows of or learns
of That famous remedy. Mothers Friend.
This Is an eitemal application fof th*
abdominal ctus. lew and hrewst* It rer
fatnly has a wonderful Influence, a.'lavs alf
fear banishes all pain, 'a a m >at grateful
en'ouragement to ihe youo^. efper*ant
m tfcer. and permit: her t» g<> through th*
pen.-d happr m mind, fre fn hodv and
th is desiined •-* nnt clpafe w-.man a great
est bapp.r• «s an natu- '^tended she should.
The n< tion of Moth—*a Friend make* th*
Tn •••■»■* fr* e. pliant nd r**p naive t* *y.
panslon Hu * all strain &nd 'en*l.»n np<*
the neries and ligaments la avoided, and.
In p ace of a period ,.f discomfort and on-’
se.j ieni dread. It is a season of calm - p.**
and fiyful 'ipe<?artnn
There is no na i«ea. no morning sir*,
nes* no nerrou* twitching. n^ne of that
r«n«»ant **rs o known .o ao many w »tnen.
hen e Mothers Friend I* reallr one of tb*
grea-e.t Mo.|nc th at could he deelaod.
This »j irndtd and .erta'n rented* ran h*
rad of an* dmcgNt at *1 »w> a hot Me and
Is - ire to pr ve . f IneaHmah’e tra’ue. n t
enly up. n the mother hut up n the an
and f «*ure f the ehi:d Write to Hradfle f
Regulator r.. f.Vj l*mar Mldg at anta,
Oa. for their booh u» espcciAni utvUor*^
\Ne make a specialty
of artistic monogram* for
automobiles.
I.et us submit design*
and priees.
II ANCIIER’S
1223 Market St.

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