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The Intelligencer will gladly
publish church announcements,
but to insure publication and prop
er classification, notices intended
for publication in Saturday's issue
should be received at The . Intel
ligencer office not later than Fri
day at noon, and Thursday, if pos
sible. It is respectfully asked that
the notices be made as brief as
Fourth Street Methodist Episcopal
churc Chapllnc street south ? of
. - ; Twelfth. Clarence Eugene Allen. D. D..
r pastor ? Prof. Henry Hartman. organist
and cboi?- master ? Sunday school vith
jf. ? classes for all ages, at t?:15 a. m. Music
. ^ lead by the orchestra. Kindergarten de
. partment at 10:30 a. m. Parents may
leave their children between the ages
of three and six in this department and
attend church service. Public worship
?. at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. In the
morning the pastor will receive mem
* bers and administer the Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper. At the People's ser
> vice in the evening the pastor will preach
i on "Faint. Yet Persuading." Vested
choir. Mid-week service Wednesday eve
' ning 7:30. The pastor will speak on
"The Humble Friend of a Great Man. '
Thomson Methodist Episcopal church,
Roadway and Ohio, on the Island. Wil
liam Calvert Hartir.ger minister ? 9:30
a. m., Sunday school; 10:30 a. m.. public
worship 6:30 p. m.. Epworth League:
7.30 p. m., public worship. The pastor
will preach both morning: arid evening:.
Special music by the Thomson Vested
Hope M. E. church ? To the following
services a cordial invitation is extended:
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.. Mr. Ray
Earlewlne. superintendent; morning wor
ship at 11 o'clock, and evening worship
at 7:43. As these services will close our
conference year's work every member
is earnestly requested to be present.
Zano Street Methodist Episcopal
church, correr Seventeenth and Jacob
streets. "W. M. Shaltz, pastor ? Preaching
at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Both morning
and evening by the pastor. Sunday
school at 11:15, C. R. Lemmon, superin
tendent. There will be no prayer meet
ing on "Wednesday evening on account
of the conference, and for the same rea
son there will be no Junior League this
Wesley Methodist Episcopal church.
3722 Jacob street. Philip Y. DeBolt, pas
tor ? A most cordial invitation is extend
ed to the following services of our
church: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m..John
Humphrey, superintendent, classes for
all grades. Preachnig at 10:45 a. m..
subject "The Nearness of God." At 7:30
p. m, the subject will be "Children of
God." A review of the year's work will
be given, also the roll of deaths will be
called. Epworth League Monday even
ing. A meeting of tho official board
Monday evening to close the work of the
I year. Traycr service Wednesday even
! Itig; choir practico Thursday evening, j
I Dr. D. L. Ash. a fornier pastor of this
I church, will occupy tKe pulpit on Confer
ence Sunday evening, October 1st.
Chapline Street : Methodist Episcopal
church. 2312-23 IS Chapline street. Sam
uel Charles Jones, minister ? To the con
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1416-1418 MARKET STREET,
g Wheeling, W. Va.
eluding services of this church for the
Conference year the pastor and Official
Hoard very earnestly, invites all friends
and members: 9.45, Sunday school, Mr.
A. Li. Winters, superintendent. At this
hour tho new officers of our school will
be installed, and promotion recognition
given; 11:00, morning devotions. The
calling of tho "Roll of Deceased Mem
bers," and a sermon to their memory;
G:30, Epwortli League devotional ser
vice. Mr. Carl M. Davis, leader; 7:39.
evening devotions. Tho pastor will
again preach. Subject: 'The Peace Our
Savior Gave."
North Street Methodist Episcopal
church. Fifth and Market streets. John
3f. Hess, pastor ? A cordial invitation is
extended to ail to attend the following
services next Sabbath; Sunday school,
y ;30 a. m.. Arthur A. Strieklln, superin
tendent; worship. 10:30 a. m.. sermon by
Dr. M. Compton, district superintend
ent; Kpworth League, C:45 p. m.; wor
ship. 7:30 p. m., sermon by the pastor.
The final meeting of the official board
for this conference >ear will bo Monday
7.30 p. ni. The Annual Conference will
convene Tuesday, the 26tli, at Thomson
church, in this city, and on this account
there will be no services in this church
during this week, tho pulpit will be fill
[ ed Sabbath, September 30, by visiting
J brethren.
I German Methodist church, Chapline
street, opposite High school. Rev. Chas.
I Sevringhaus, pastor ? Sun-lay school at
9:15 a. m.; morning service in German.
! at 10:30; Epworth Leaguo devotional
| service at 7:15 p. m.; evening service,
| in English, at 7:45. Wednesday evening
| the usual prayer service at N:U0 p. m.
A cordial Invitation is extended, and a
I hearty welcome awaits all at this "Home
j like church."
Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. A. L. |
Benze. pa3tor; 211S Market Street. 14 th I
Sunday alter Trinity. Sunday School at
j 10:30 A. M. Annual Rally Day Service
at 7 P. M. All members of the church
and Sunday School will attend this serv
ice. There will be a number of inter
esting features. This day also marks
the tenth anniversary of the present
pastorate. This will be specially ob
served with a reception tendered the |
pastor and family on next Tuesday eve
ning. Monthly meeting of the Luther
League on Thursday evening. Cate
chetical instruction Saturday morning
at 9:30 o'clock.
Trinity Lutheran Church. 38 and Ja
cobs Sts. Rev. O.- C. Dean, pastor.
Services on Sunday will be for the i'our
tcculh Sunday after Trinity. Harvest
Haute Festival will be observed both
rnomfng and evening. The pastor will
preach his special services. In the
morning at 10:45 tho subject is "God
Crowns the Year." In the evening at
7:30 the subject is "The Golden Au
tumn." Sunday School service at 9:30
A. M. Junion C. E. at 6:30 P. M. Meet
ing of Church Council on Monday eve
ning. Prayer service on Wednesday
evening. The Junior Christian Endeavor
Society will conduct a Turtle Soup sup
per on Thursday evening from 5 to S
P. M.
First English Lutheran Church, Six
' teenth Street, near Market. Sunday
School Rally Day service with interest
; lng program featured by an address by
! Mrs. Maude Junkins Baldwin, Elemen
tary Superintendent of the State Sun
day School Association of Pennsylvania,
at 9:30 A. M, sharp.
Morning Worship at 10:30 A. M. Mrs. ;
Baldwin will deliver an address at this ;
service of spceial interest to adults and ?
parents. Special music by the quartette !
and solo by Mies Egerter. A confer- i
ence of Sunday School workers conduct
ed by Mrs. Baldwin at 3 P. M. Evening
worship at 7:30. Sermon by the Pas
tor. "Tho Church and the Kingdom".
The Barnltz League will meet at 6:45.
All young people will be especially wel
come. Midweek Devotional service on
Wednesday at 7:15 p. m.
First Presbyterian church. Claude I
Porter Terry. Minister. Meti s and I
Young Men's Bible classes 9:45.. -Morn
ing worship at 10:45. Theme: "Things
to Remember." Evening worship 7:30
Theme: "A Challenge Accpted." Spocial
Wednesday evening service in the)
church at 7:30. Music by the Chorus and,
the Children's Choir, Tho club room is
open every Thursday evening for young
men. This church is open every day I
and the pastor's office hours are front I
eleven to twelve.
Second Presbyterian Church. Sept. L'i. I
Morning sermon. "Love and Loyally To!
the King" 2 Sam. 15:1']; evening sermon.
"The Hungry World" Mk. Special
music. Dr. Koontz will preach at both,
services. Wednesday evening, prayer
meeting. Mrs. Koontz will sing.
The Third Presbyterian Church. Thlr- j
ty-elghth and Jacob streets, .1. 1*. Ley
enberger. pastor. The usual services |
? will be held Sabbath. September "4th. i
Preaching at 10:4;". a. in. ? "Tho Letter]
to Smyrna." Preaching >it 7:3<j p. m. ? j
"Knowledge and Conviction " Sabbath i
school at 9:30 a. m. This is the regular i
Rally Day service.
First United Presbyterian church.
Chapline St.. one door north of Post
Office. Charles H, Robinson, pastor.
Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. At the morning service the pastor
will preach on "A great question." This |
congregation is preparing for a rally of
all its forces In the month of October.)
Members are urged to be present lo|
hear announcements of plans and ap
I pointments.
Bible School at 9:30 a. m. Let every !
member of the school be present. Aliti
week Prayer service will be omitted on
Wednesday evening on account of meet-!
j ing of Synod in Second church.
Second T'nited Presbyterian. Chap
line and Fourteenth streets. Ira G. Mc
Creary. pastor. Sabbath school at 9:30
a. m. Classes for everybody. The pastor
will preach both morning and eveninsr.
His subject at 10:45 a. m. will be "Three
I ams of the Christian Worker." At 7:;;uj
p. m.. there will be a special sermon to!
men the subject being "God's Need of!
Mon." All are invited but specially the |
men. "We want to make it a real Men's
St. John's Evaitgullc&l congregation.
Pastor W. G. UlfutT. Next Sunday Ger
man service at 10:45 and Sunday school
with Bible class at ^ a. in. Celebra
tion of Harvest Home Festival. Even
ing: service at 7:30 p. m. Preaching by
l_?r. Miller, theme: "The Essential Prin- .
ciple oi! Thanksgiving." Wednesday aft- 1
it-moon monthly meeting and Kai'l'eek
I raenzchen of the Ladies' Aid Society,
j Thursday afternoon meeting of the S.
[ C. E. Saturday, September ."0. at 9:30
a. m.. the confirmands instruction will
St. Paul's Evangelical church, 38th j
and Wood streets. Aug. C. Uasche, pas- j
tor. ? German services 10:30 a. m.. tevt: I
Psalm 2; Sunday school at 9:30 n. in.; |
English services in the evening at 7:30
o'clock. Subject: "Nearer My God to
Thee." This sermon will be illustrated
with beautifully colored slides. A
very helpful and interesting service..
Seats are free. You are cordially in
vited to worship at St. Paul's church.
Curch council meets Wednesday at 8
p. ' m. Supper served by the Ladies'
Aid Society on Thursray afternoon and
evening. Rally Day services October
1st. Harvest Home Sunday October 8.
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Cor.
Cliapllne and Fifteenth Sts.. The Rev.
R. E. Snider. Rector. The services dur
ing the week will he as follows: Four
teenth Sunday after Trinity. 8 A. M.
Holy Communion. 10:30 A. M. Morning
Prayer and Sermon. 7 :30 T. M. Even
ing Prayer and Sermon. 0:15 A. M.
Sunday School. Friday: St. Michael's
and All Angels Day. 10:30 A. M. Holy
St. Andrew's Church, Thtrtysevcnth
nnd Eoff streets. J. Logan Fish, Rector.
There will be services in St Andrew's
Church tomorrow, the fourteenth Sun
day after Trinity. Celebration of Holy
I Communion at eight o'clock A. M. Sun
day School at 9:15 A. M. Evening pray
er ancf sermon at 7:30 P. M. There will
bo no servico at eleven o'clock.
St. Luke's Episcopal\ Church, Jacob
Brittingham. D. D., Rector. 14th Sun
day after Trinity. Sept. 24. Sunday 1
School Rally Day, 9:15 A. M. Morning;
service and sermon at 10:30 A. M. Eve- j
uing service and sermon 7:30 P. M. St.
Michael and All Angels Day. Friday, I
Sept. 29th, Holy Communion 10:30 A. M. j
First Baptist church. Twelfth and
Byron streets. F. E. Rrininstool, pastor ?
Annual promotion service will share 'ho
Sunday school hour 9:15. Next Sunday,:
October 1st. is Rally Day, let every oupll ,
For Indigestion, Sick
Headache , Biliousness
The more one knows about the laws
of health, the more attention he or she
pays to the keeping of the stomach and
bowels in good working condition. Only
the very ignorant scoff at the dangers
that result from sluggish bowels and 1
a clogged up condition which retains j
poisonous waste matter in the system.
Biliousness, sick headache, sour j
stomach, gas, bloating, constipation,
dyspepsia ? all these distressing conse
quences of indigestion are avoided if
the bowels are kept open and regular.
Mr. E. J. Hudson, merchant, Cross
Keys, Ga., says. "For a thorough
cleansing movement of the bowels,
without the slightest inconvenience or
sickening, I believe Foley Cathartic
Tablets the best on earth. It's a per
fect cathartic, with no bad effects.
Foley Cathartic Tablets are sold by
druggists everywhere. Distributed by
Foley & Co., Chicago, makers of tho
celebrated Foley's Honey and Tar Com- I
pound, for coughs and colds.
Por Sale by John Coleman Co.
I Fort
Spec ia!
a pound
An extra-fine, all pork sau- j
sage, made only of selected
meat. Goes on sale for the j
first time tomorrow (Satur- I
day). It's something new;
you'll like it. Get your or
der in !
Steel Bridge Corner
be on hand to-morrow to get llned-up In]
service for next Sunday. On Thursday
evening a Rally Sunday School Evening
will be enjoyed in the church parlors,
for all Sunday school people. Morning
servicc. 3 0:30; theme, "Chief Function
of the Church in the evening at 7M?.
?The Trifle 'liial Tips the Balance." War
wood Mission school. 2:30. Young Peo
ple's meeting 6:43. Rev. J. C. Killlan. j
our most efficient chapel car evangelist, j
will be in the city Wednesday and will ,
address the mid-week service at <:Su.
Don't miss tl.is human interest message. ^
Remember. Rally Day social Thursday
evening. Rally Day next Sunday.
First Christian church, Rev. W. H.
Fields, pastor. Services Sunday Sept.
24th: Bible school. 1>:30; combination
service 10:15; subject of sermon, "Hap
piness;- How Found." Christian En
deavor societies 6:45: Evening service
7:45. subject of sermon: "The One_ Man.
Mid-week prayer meeting on Wednes
day evening at 7:45. The public ic cor
dially invited to attend all serviccs ef
this church. Rally Day In the Bible
school, October 1st.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, A. O.
U. \V. Auditorium. 1111) Chapline street, i
Services Sunday 11:00 a. m. Subject:]
"Real It v." ' Wednesday testimonial meet
ing s :0;? p. in. Sunday school 9:4 a a-,
m. Reading room. 1119 Chapline street,
open dailv, except Sundays and lega l
holidays, fiom 12:00 o'clock m. until j
4:00 p. m.. and on Saturday evening trom
7 00 o'clock to 9:00 o'clock. The public!
is Invited to attend the services and to
make, use of the privileges of the read- ^
Ing room.
The First Spiritualist Association will
hold services In the temple at the cor
ner of Maiyland avenue and North
Broadway. Island. Sunday. September
?4lh, at-7:bt' p. Lecture followed
with spirit messages. Rev. O. W. Way,
pastor and psychic. The children s pio
grcsslve lyceum will meet at 10:30 a. m.
Webster Spcncer. conductor.
Sunday Services at Simpson M. E. [
Church between Eleventh and Twelfth
on Eoff St. Rev. Jos. H Jenkins, B. D.
A. R. Pastor. 10:45 A. M. .Public wor- 1
ship Sermon by pastor, subject: The
Restoration of Cud's Joy. -:00 P. Ai.
Sunday School. Mr. H. B. Clemens hupt
6:45 P. M. Epworth League prayer and
song services. 7:45 P. M. Public wor
ship. Sermon by pastor.
Wavman A. M. E. church, Rev.^W. O.
Davis D. D? minister. 11 A. M. Sermon
bv the Pastor. I - : 1 5 1'. M. Class Mect
iiiir. 2:30 I'. M. Sunday School, Supts s.
W. J. Wood. John H. Harris. 8:00 P.
M the annual sermon to the members
of the Household of Ruth will be
preached by Rev W. O. Davis. The
members of the Patriarchs, t'1*
members of Eureka l.odge G. L. O. ot
O. F.. will be in attendance. ( Every
member and frier.d is asked to attend
these services as this is Dr. Davis last
Sunday before iho Annual Conference
St. Haul's Church, Elm Grove, J. Lo
gan Fish. Hector. There will be ser
vices in St/ Paul's church tomorrow.
I he fourteenth Sunday after Trinity at
half past ten o'clock in the morning.
Stone Presbyterian Church. Elm
Grove. L. B Lewellyn. pastor. Public
services at ! ' a. m. and at i :30 p. in.
Morning subject. "Yokes, Wooden or(
Iron." Evening. f "An Angel's Haste." A.
sermon to the young, O'ua Sabbath
School at church. Junior C. E. at
Senior C. E. at 6:30; Prayer service]
Wednesday at 7:45.
Vance Memorial Presbyterian ehurcn.
Woodsdale. James Mease Potter. D._D..
minister. Services at 11 a. in. and 7:.>U
p. m. Grand Rally for all the services
o ft he day! Morning subject: "Wh.it
Are We Here For? Arc We Doing HV"
Evening subject: ".Man! What a
chance':" Hallv day in the Sunday
school and Adult Bible classes at 'J:oU
a. m. Young People's Rally at 6: la p.m. j
Christian Church, Elm Grove ? Harry:
Robertson, pastor. Bell phone 21-.1 ? 10
a m. Communion service and sermon;'
subject: "Christian Stewardship." 7 p.
in.. C. Meeting: 7:30 p. m.. Song sei-!
vice and sermon; subject "Stop. Look
and Listen." Wed. 7:30 Midweek Prayer
service, Miss Gamble Leader.
.aKand.tdshrolu etaoin shrdluu utiuld
Christian Church. McMcchen, corner
Fourth and Logan streets; parsonage
in same block on Fifth street, C. W.
Fuller Jr. minister. Bell Phone 1D6-.I.-?
Bible school 10:00 a. in., Karl Freeman.
Supl. Morning worship 11:00 o'clock;
Junior Endeavor 3:0u p. m.: Senior En
deavor 6:15 p. in.; Evening worship iMo
o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening; Ladies' Aid meeting all day,
Thursday; Choir rehearsal Friday even-j
111 Methodist Episcopal Church, McMech
en. Itcv. Arthur Lazenby announces the
following services for Sunday: 9:30 a.
in. Men's Bible class; 10 :no a. in. Sunday
School Session. G. .1. Kiedaisch. Supl.
11:??0 a. m.. Public Worship, sermon top
ic 1Mb and 10th commandments; 6:30 p.
m.. Class meeting. W. D. Goodwin,
leader; 7:30 p. in., Public Worship,
theme "Hear Ye Him."
Benwood M. E. Church, Rev. G. D. ,?
Sampson, pastor; Sunday School, 10 a.
m.; Young Men's Bible Class, 10 a. m.;
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.;
Epworth Leugue, 7 p. m.: Preaching at
8 p. in., bv the district superintendent.
Rev. M. F. Compton. D. D. This will
be the last service of the conference
St. Paul's Ev. Luth. church, Bridge
port. Main street. Rev. Otto Wendel. pas
lor ? Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity ?
Harvest Home Festival. Sunday school
and Bible class at 0:30 a. m. Divine
services in the German language with
sermon appropriate for this occasion, at
10-45 m. English vepper services with
special aHrvest Home sermon. Wednes
day evening at 7:30, the teachers of the
Sunday school will meet for their regu
lar business meeting. Catechetical in
struciions every Wednesday afternoon
and Saturday morning.
First Methodist Episcopal church.cor
ner Church Mreetand Broadway, Barnes
ville O., Price Alexander Crow, Pn. D.,
minister ? The minister will preach Sun
day morning and evening. Morning
themo "An Eloquent Christ-Follower;
evening. "A Great Builder." Sepcialiy
prepared sermons for the first Sunday
beginning the new church year. rha
Big Bible school is wide awake and lull
of enthusiasm. Miss Mildred Cole leads
the Epworth League devotions at b:i>'J,
1 in the chapel Wednesday evening praise
I service biows in spiritual interest and
I blessing to the large number who avail
t hem reives of this mid-week service. Be
with us this coming Wednesday evening.
Great Rally Day in the Bible school
October 1st and "Go to Church' day for
the entire membership. The pastor will
begin "1 Tie Human Life" series of ser
mons under vitally cogent themes.
unitarian church meets.
First Unitarian church, Eoff street,
north of Twelfth, Rev. J. A. C. Fag
ginger Aucr, minister.? Sunday school
ut 10:15 a. m.; Service 11 a. m., topic,
-Judge Not." Bible class after service.
The Woman's Alliance will have a so
cial meeting Tuesday September 26 at
2:30 p. m. Mrs. Tlora Williams will
speak on Woman Suffrage and will sing
suffrage songs. Refreshments will be
served at 4 p. m. Members and friends
of the Woman's Alliance are urged to
be present.
PREACHING services.
There will bo preaching by Evangelist
A. A. Bunner. of the Church of Chr.st,
on next Lord's Day, September 24th, at
10:30 a. m. and 7-4a p. m. in.^ac_J sld ?
Thomson M. E. church, on the Island.
Staff Officer! Elected.
The Seniors of the Triadelphia district
high school at a meeting held yesterdav
afternoon, elected the .. 1 |
officers for the Trladelphian, tta- 1
school publication, for the ensuing >var. .
Margaret Ewing, editor in chief. Vir
ginia Carter, assistant editor in cnief, ,
Emma Ebbcrt. business edltorj ^amuel j
Kittle, assistant business editor. Luza (
beth Beans, society editor; Lawrence j
Henderson, personal editor; Emily Mc-,
MllUaii joke editor; Flore"ce ? ?uber '
literary society editor, and Sara Gruber,
athletic editor. The first Issue of the
paper wiil appear inside of the next few
weeks. ? i
American Guaranteed Paint, at fac
tory price, ?1.85 per gallon, a. *.
Springer, Elm Grove, W. Va.
Booster*' D?y.
Sunday will be observed as 'Booate n'
Day" by the members of the Men s Bible
class U' the Vance Memorial Presbyter
ian churcF. Much interest has been
taken and i'. is expected that quite s a
number will be in attendance Alfred |
Paull. ir.uclicr of the class, will be l.omc
and will have charge of the class.
Elder runeral To-day.
Funeral services for Miss Mary Elder,
who died at the North Wheeling hospi
tal. Thursday morning, will be held torm
the home of Mrs. Sue Uldgejy . in W?t
Liberty this morning at 11 o clock. B?;?
r i > Phillips pastor of the West Lib- I
erty M. E church. will officiate. Inter
ment will be in Short creek cemetery.
Special Service#.
Spe'-iel services will be held in thej
Dallas and Sand Hill Methodist Episco
pal churches on Sunday in ?bserva?^
??GUI Folks Day." Rev. Hurxthal v 1 ]
he in charge of the services and will
take for his subject "Heaven.
Will Play Anchor Inns.
Th>? Taitcrson ana Elm Grove baseball
team will play the Anchor Inns, of Mar
tins Ferry, this altcrnoon. on the Lim
O rove grounds. Howard or Smitii will
pilch for the local nine. On Sunday the
team will Journey to East Liverpool,
where the team of that placcd will be
Eire Caused Damage.
Fire, which caught in the roof of .he
Oklahoma. school house on Tuesday from
a spark, cnnsecl a griut deal of damage
before the flames .could be cxtinguisheo.
The damage was covered by insurance.
I, tunc h Counter Installed.
On Monuay at noon, the lunch counter
will bo opened in the Triadelphia dis
trict high school and hot meajs will be
served bv the members of the Domestic
Science depa it inept . Last year the lunch
counur proved a success and for ihat
reason it will again be maintained this
Business Meeting Arranged.
A husin* ss meeting of the Elni Grove
honrii of rrnde will be held in ihc town
hall on Monday evening, at which time
several important matters will come up
for consideration. Attorney W. B. Casey
will r.oke his report in regard to the
hearing of the public service commis
sion held in Charleston on September 12,
regarding the proposed telephone merger
American Guaranteed Paint, at !ae?
tory price, $1.85 per gallon, Louis Paul,
Triadelphia to Cameron.
The Triadelphia district high school
football team will go to Cameron Il ls
morning, where the football team oi the
high school willbe played this alter
noon. This will be the opening game of
the season for the two teams.
Barn Dane* Thursday.
Arrangements have been completed
for a barn dance to be held in the Eb
bert barn on Middle Wheeling creek, on
Thursday evening A select orchestra
will furnish the special music.
Personals and Briefs.
A Fairmont Coal Company truck
broke through the bridge at Springdalc
New rails arc being installed at varl
ous points along the lino of the West
Virginia Traction and Electric Company.
The road on Big Wheeling creek la re
ported to be in need of repairs.
A Hallowe'en social will be held lit the
basement of the First M. E. church of
Elm Grove, Hallowe'en week.
Albert Yado, of Norfolk, Va., who has
been visiting relatives in Tiradelphia,
has returned to his home.
Miss Wary L. Yager, member of the
faculty of the West Liberty- State Nor-'
mal bchool, is spending the week-end at
her home in Pleasant Valley.
Miss Vera Lough, a student in the
West Liberty State Normal school, has,
been called to her home in Cameron, ow
ing to the death of her uncle, Jamc3 W. .
Miss Anna Lucas, of Barnesvllle, O.;
is visiting relatives in West Alexander.
M(ss Carrie Dague, teacher in the.
West Liberty State Normal school. is
spending the week-end the guest o"
friends and relatives in the pike district.'
Miss Ruth Otto, of Gregfcsville, is vis
iting relatives at Vienna. Pa.
Mra. J. A. Barry, of Washington, Pa...
is visiting ielatives in West Alexander.
-Misses Rhea and Mae Senne, of Pitts
burgh, Pa., are visiting relatives in
Edgv/ood. i
Mrs. Jennie Britt and Mrs. Hann* Gil-*'
more, of Hoverstown New York, are
spending a few days the guest of rela
tives in West Alexander. ? *
A window placard Is "advertising"
in about the same degree that a light
ed match is a lighting system. t
CHARLESTON, W. Va? Sept. 22.?
Despondent because he was unable to;
get a discharge from military service'
so be could return to his home In Flor
ida, Raymond C. O'Qulnn, private <n
K Company, Second West Virginia In
fantry, early today fired a bullet
through bis body with an army piBtol.
His death is hourly expected. O'Qulun
has a brother In Clearwater, F1&.
Loose and Mounted Dia
mond Jewelry. : ?
Watches and Bracelet
Watches of the latest;
Gold and Gold -Filled
Jewelry of every de
Silverware, Cut Glass,
Ivory, Etc.
At Popular Prices.
1056 Market St.
Opposite Auditorium.

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