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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 j j
the notices be made as brief as j ?
I !
Fourth Street Methodist Episcopal;
church "the Mother Church," Clarence)
Eugene Allen IX !>.. pastor: I'rof. Hcnrv j
Hartman. organist and choir master ? .
Sunday school at y:l.V a. m.. with classes!
for nil ayes. Klnclersarten department !
at 10:30 a. m. Parents may leave their,
children between the axes of 3 and ti
in this /department and attend church
service. J Public worship at 10:30 a. m.
and 7:3* p. m. Rvv. A. li. Riker. D. D.,
former Aastor of Fourth Street church,
will presich in the morning. At' the peo
ple's seri-jce in the evemnj the Rev. H.
O. MorriSon. IX D.. of Wilmar. Kentucky,
will l-retcij. Midweek service Wednes
day ivcnjing at 7:30. The pastor vr ill
ipline Street Methodist Kplscopal }
church. 23 12-23 IN Chapline srreet. Sam
uel Charles Jones, minister ? To tho fol- !
lowing services a very hearty invitation!
1s extended: S:43, Sunday school. Mr.;
"Winters continues as our superintendent. ;
The program for Sunday morning is in j
chargc of the missionary department.
Mrs. Hobert Morrison, leader. No It
o'clock service: C:30 p. m.. Epworth
League. Mr. Stanley Carnahan. leader.
Topic: "How Money Spvn-iing Revwff.*
Character:" 7.S0, evening devotions. A
special sormon to be delivered by thu
Rev. Blair W. Roberts IX IX. of Hunting- i
ton. Speciat music at nil services. No j
"midweek service but the choir rehearsal
Wednesday night. Aluminum demon
stration Thursday evening given by the!
Ladies' Aid. . I
Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church.
3722 Jacob St., Philip Y. DeBolf. pastor.
The following is the calndar of service
for the coming week: Sunday school at
S>:30 A. M., John Humphrey. Supt.
Preaching at 7:30 P. M. Dr. D. L. Ash.
a former pastor of tho church will
preach. Epworth League Monday eve
The all-weather rood
In summer, Uneeda Biscuit are eaten by the millions of pack
ages, because they are the ideal hot-weather food. But they
are just as ideal a cold-weather food. In winter, good
health demands warmth-creating food elements. Uneeda
Biscuit possess these elements in a higher degree than any
other flour food. Eat them for their nourishment Eat them
for their flavor. Eat them for their goodness.
nlns: Mid-week service of prayer an<l J
praise "Wednesday eveninp: Choir re
hearsal Thursday evening und?r the d I- I
rectton of I'rof. Kineheloe. Wesley is |
a homs-iike church and you will llnd
a hearty welcome to alt the services,
grood music, pood spirit, good fellow
Th? Third Presbyterian church. Tlilr-'
ty-eighth nnd Jacob streets, J. I*. Lyen-j
berger, I>.1>.. pastor. The usual ser-j
vices will be held Sabbath. October i:i
Preaching 1 0 : -l 5 a. m. ? "Tho Letter to I
Pergamum." Sabbuth School at 9:30 u. I
Be Tie
own to
Your Stove
Have you ever seen a practical demon
stration of the DIRECT ACTION GAS
RANGE with the Oven Thermostat?
First of all, it eliminates guesswork ? instead of
holding your hand in the oven to guess whether or
not you have a proper baking heat, you turn the in
dicated wheel on the DIRECT ACTION RANGE to
bread, cake or pie baking heat, as you may require.
The Thermostat will do the rest and give you a per
fect baking in a certain specified time.
With a DIRECT ACTION RANGE you can do
all the stunts possible with a fireless cooker ? we'll
be glad to show you how.
DIRECT ACTION RANGES never need polish
ing, the body of the range being made of jet black,
rust-proof iron.
There's a number of other features that will ap
peal to you, such as the Spitfire Lighter, that fiinkes
the use of matches unnecessary in lighting the burn
ers ? the divided burners that are so convenient to
clean ? the direct action feature that eliminates a
preliminary heating up of the oven, and which gives
instead immediate baking heat as soon as the gas is
??OUT- 9F?THE~H!GH renews
m.; Preaching at 7:30 p.m. ? "The Marks
! of a christiaR". Next Sanbath, October
I Mh. will be Communion Sabbath. un.l;
I'reparatorv services will be held Friday
evening. October lUh.
First Presbyterian church. Claude Por
i> r Terry, mlnisier. lliblo .school rally
I 3:30; Young .Men's class 9:45; Morning
worship n>:4r>: evening worship 7:30;!
special Wednesday evening service 7:.'*0
Castor's office hours at the church are
from* 11:00 to l-:00 o'clock.
Second Presbyterian church. Oct. 1st.]
.Morning sermon "Who halh believed ourj
report?" Is. 53:1. Evening sermon'
"Home" Gen. lS:iy. Dr. Koontz wUlj
preacl: at both services. This Sunday!
will Vo social visitation day. We are
asking all members to remain at home
in the afternoon until the visitors call.
October will be "go to church month."
Second United Presbyterian, Chapllnoj
and Fourteenth streets, Ira G. McCreary. J
jmstor. The members of the Macadcmyj
club will attend the morning service at ?
10:45 o'clock. The pastor will preach
a special sermon to young men. his sub-i
jret beijig. "The Young .Alan's Possibili
ties.' At the evenng scrvco at 7:30 aj
member of the Methodist conference I
will preach. 1
First United Presbyterian Church.)
Rev. Chns. II. Robinson. D. D.. pastor.
Rally Pay in the Sabbath School at 9:30 |
A. M. Horning service at 10:45, with
sermon appropriate to the Sabbath I
School. Evening service, 7:30 with ser
mon by Rev. E. A. Eowtlier, of Coving- I
ton. Ey.. a member of the Methodist!
Conference. Watch the attendance bul- 1
letin grow.
From Sr. Stephen Evangelical Luth
eran church ."service October 1. 101 (J. Be
ginning l'J:3" a. ni., by Rev. C. Uorchus,
troin Swissvale, Pa. Preach in German
and English; Sunday school at 9:3') ?c m. j
t-n Sunday. October Sth, 1916, Rev. S. F. j
alirty.-l iron: Cunningham. 1'a., will
pr.ach in- the morning German, and Eng
lish in the overling.
St Paul's Evangelical church. Thirty
eight ami Wood streets. Ati^. C. Rasche,
ptlsfor ? Rally oay. Sunday. October 1st.
1 'j 16. Sunday Blide school moots at 1> :30
a. 111. A short rally day program will
be rendered, a. record of the mtondiini'o
will ho made. the souvenirs will bo. dis
tributed to all who attend and then at in
o'clock the entire Sunday school will
march into the (,'hurch to attend a spe* j
rial Rally Pay service. Subject of the j
adrdess: "A Bigger and Butter School ?
Every Member a Worker." Special music |
hv the Junior choir. Evening servict at:
7 :30 o'clock. Subject: "\\ hat Arc ? ?,|
Dint; for the Children?" ladles' Aid So- j
ciety at 3 p. m. Willing Workers meet 1
Monday evening at the home ol Miss L.
Schaoe'r. Eighteenth nr.d Main, Benwood.
Business meeting of the Sunday school
Tuesdav. Genuine German supper served
by the* Willing Workers at the church:
oil Thursday from 4 to 9 o'clock.
Immanuel Baptist church, Eoff street
near 29th. Ardcn 'B. Miller, pastor.
I 'reaching 11:00 a. m. and . :30 _p. m. |
Bally l>ay Sunday school at ti:4o a. m. s
Every member 01' the school Is oxpcctedj
to b>* present. B. 1'. L. at 6:30 p. in. .
in the Annex Building 2?1G Eot? street.
This meeting will mark the beginning 1
a new year in young people's work. All
voung people of church and congrega
tion are urged to bo present. Prayer ser- ;
vice Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Anniver
sary meeting. Friday evening October
tith This is oik- of the most important
meetings of the church and every mem-,
is urged to make a special cltort to j
First Baptist church. Twelfth ar.fl
Bvron streets, F. E. Brlninstool. pastor.
Sunday is Rally Kay in all services of
the church. Sunday school, J:lt>. nn i' li ,
something interesting from start u- ,
finish. Morning worship 10... 0, followed ,
by the Lord's Supper. A\arwood mis
sion school 2:30. Special B. 1. I. ? I
btIn1Ctho ^evening. at 7:30 Rev. -Pan'"1 j
Westfall, of Pittsburgh, will I'reach^ Mr
"West fall Is attending the -Met horii.-l
Episcopal conference, and comes with a
rnesscitce ol* vitflJ po^cr.
Training school every Ra 5V>/! *" , *\?_r
ice Mr. Darrell R. May of I ittsburgh
will render a cornet solo during t -e
morning hour. Spccjal musio \\ill fea
ture the day.
St. Andrew's Church, Sith and Koii |
streets, J. began Fish, Rector. There ,
w'll be services in St. Andrew s Church j
tomorrow, the llfteenm Sunday ? ,
Trinitv, at cloven o clock A. M. and at
?pv??n-thlrty P. M. Celebration of Holy]
Communion at. the morning service |
Sunday School at two * " lock in the ,
afternoon instead of morning.
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, r or.
P/iapllne and Fifteenth St.^ flu- R--v.
R E. I-.- Stridor. Redor. The services
during the week will be as follows: loth ,
Sundav after Trinity. S:09 A. M. Hfll> j
Communion. .10:30 A. | M. Holy j
munion and Sermon, . :.>0 P. M Evening ,
Prayer and Sermon. D:l:< A. M. Sundaj ,
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, jpeob j
Brittlngham. D. P.. Rector. 15th Sun- j
day after Trinity; Oct. 1st. Sunday j
School 9:15 A. M. Holy Comtnuni-.n and ;
Sermon 1":30 A. M. Evening prayer and |
sermon 7:30 P. M.
First English Lutheran Church, ir.ihj
St. near Market. E. G. Howard. Pastor. ?
Sunday School at .f':3<> A. M.. Mr. .1. I', i
Klndelberger. Supt. Morning worship,
at 10:30. Sermon, "Why Worry. Bur- ?
nltz League at All young people ?
cordlallv inv.ted. Evening worship. . :3f? j
P. M. Sermon. "Lite's r:.st Rewards
and How to Get Them;' The Annual,
Congregational meeting w ill he held .
Wednesday at 7-45 I*. M. 1
Special music for the Sunday services: j
"Prepare Ye the Way f*l the I .ore] j
Garrett. "Seek Y ethe T^ord"? Roberts.
"Goil Shall Charge llis Angel Legions"? |
Suckis. "This Is My Task."
The First Spiritualist Association!
will hold services in their temple at .
lhe corner ?>r Maryland avenue and j
.\'< rth P.ro.'id way, Island, Sunday < >e- |
lid.', r the 1st 'i-t 7 : p. in. lecture |
followed with spirit messages. Uev. 1 1.
\V Way pastor and psyclic. Th.. chil
dren'^ progressive lyvum will meet at
pi . 'clock a. m. Webster S; encr. eon
The Second Sf'rit ualint church will
hold services in " Id Fellows hall, ear
ner 12'h and <*hapliiie streets, Sunday
evening. Oct. 1st. at i :.?n 4. clock. Lec
ture followed with I. sis. All are wel
come. K?'V. I'. S isuekner. pastor.
Unitarian Clxnrch.
First Unitarian Church/ EoflC Street,
Restraining Alleged Yost Law Viola
tors Granted Yesterday by j
Judge Hervey.
Upon application or Charles M. Ear
Iiart, counsel for the Anti- Saloon
league, Judge H. C. Hervey yesterday
granted fight temporary injunctions
against, alleged violators of the Yost ;
prohibition law*. In the case of Jas. ;
iUichniann and John S. Dailer, at J
Twenty-fourth and Main streets, tlirj
restraining order was granted on thet
ground that Bachman holds a Jedral .
iiceuse. Bachman has a permanent jg
injunction standing against him at: a
No. 2125 Main street.
Tho injunctions granted yesterday j
were against:
Jas. Bachmann and John S. Dailer, j
Twenty-foil rili and Main streets.
Theodore McGill', houseboat at fqot j
of Second street. j
Peter Ortino, 192 Alley Fifteen. i
Samuel E. and Daniel T, Spring, C. |
E. Harper and Mary Griffin, 2304 Main]
James Wood and Daniel Wood, 816
National road.
Mike Sonnefrldt, 4611 Jacob street.
Stanislaus Klos, 2658 Main street.
Attorney Earhart indicated in court
yesterday that applications for a num
ber of injunctions in Marshall county'
will be made during the October term
of circuit court at Moundsville.
Judge Hervey will be asked to grant
injunctions in a number of other Ohio
( county cases next Saturday.
. ?
North of Twelfth. Rev. J. A. C. Faggln
gen Aver, .Minister. Sunday school at
Lfi ; i>o a. 2,1. Services 11:00 A. M. Topic !
j "Autumn." i;:ble class after services.!
All are cordially Invited.
! Sunday at S.'mpson M. E. church, be
: tween Eoff and Twelfth Sts., Rev. Jos.
? H. Jenkins, A. B., 11. P., pastor. 10:45
A. M. Public worship. ^:00 I*. M Sunday
School, Mr H. B. Clemens, Supt. 6:30 P. j
M. Epworth League Sons: services T:45|
I*. M. Publle. Sermons will be delivered i
by ministers from the West Yirginia M. !
; E. Conference.
Wayman A. M. E. church, morninir
service, 11:00 a. rn. Rev. T. L. Jones will'
occupy pulpit at this service. Class J
meeting 12:15: Sunday school -:30 p. in.
| Supt. \V. J. Woods; Evening service, I
7:45 p. m. Services by the pastor. Every;
member and friend is urged to aiu-rid j
l these services Sunday.
Vane-- Memorial church. Woodsdale, I
James Mease Potter. ?>.!.?.. minister: Ser- j
vices at U a. m. &nd 7:30 p. m. Morn- j
lng subject "The (."all of the Hour." ,
Sunday school and adult Bible classes at;
!? : 3 0 a. in.; Young peoples' meeting at!
G:45 p. m. At 7:30 p. m. the graduating j
exercises of the teachers' training class.
Address by Mr. Harry 1* Bond.
Tomorrow is tho l'irst Sabbath ot the,
October rally and go-to-cliurch month. !
Every member is urged to be present. :
Muring the afternoon 75 visitors will go]
out and call on the whole congregation, i
which is divided into twelve districts.)
All visitors should bo present at the j |
morning, service.
Christian Church. Elm Grove. Harvey I
Robertson, parlor. Bell phone, Cl-J, l'J j
a. m.. Sunday School Rally Day: 11 a. m. j
Communion service and sermon. '-Subject j
"Pleasing Others." 7:150 p. m. Special en
tertainment lor and by the young people j
concluding with ' stereopileon views;
showing places of the Missionary work |
In Africa. Wednesday evening 7:30 p. m. I
midweek prayer service. Mr. Heckle !
Stone Presbyterian Church. Stone i |
Church street. Elm Grove. L. 15. Lewol-i|
lyn, pastor. Preaching at ll a. m. bylj
President \\". 1'. Fleming: 7:fi0 by Rev. 1 1
A. D. Craig. Sabbath school at 9:55; Jr. j E
C. E. at 4:30; Sr. C. E. at 0:30.
St. Paul's Church. Kim Grove, J. I.o- 1
Kan Eigh. rector. There will be service in ?
St. Paul's church tomorrow t'nc fifteenth j'
Sunday after Trinity, at 4 o'clock in thej
afternoon. !
Christ ian Church, McMcclien. co.rn<T ,
Fourth r.nd 1-ogan streets; parsonage in '
same block on 5th street. C. W. Fuller, i
Jr.. minister. Bell l'lione 1PG-J. Bible j
school 1 0 : i>0 n. in.. Earl Freeman, Supt. |
Morning: worship 11:00 o'clock; Junior.
Kndeavor 3:00 p. m.; Senior Endeavor
: t r. p. m.: Evening worship 7:45 o'clock.
Prayer' meeting Wednesday evening;
Ladles' Aid meeting all day Thursday: ;
Choir rehearsal Friday evening; Chick- ?
cii supper Saturday evening Sept. 3tuh;
served in the basement dining hall by
tiie whole church and every member is!
urged to be present.
j |
St. Paul Ev. l.uth. Church, Bridgeport.:
Main street, Kev. Otto W'endel, pastor: j
15th Sunday after Trinity; Sunday!
School anil Bible class at 'J:30 a. ni. 1)1- !
vino services in" the Knglish Language j
at 10:-t." a. m. meeting of the Church I
Council at 2:30 p. m. Catechetical In- ;
struction on Wednesday afternoon at 3 j j
o'clock ana on Saturday morning atjl
'j o'clock. ?
Bamesvillo Churches,
First ".Methodist Episcopal Church.
Corner Church Street and Broadway.
Barnesville. Ohio. Trice Alexander j
Crow. Ph. D., Minister. "The Intel Ice-;
tually Spiritual Lifo" will be the Pas-;
tor's th*iu<> Sunday morning. In tin'1'
evening. "A Vouibful Enthusiast": il- j
lustra! ed by n king and a Pugilist. Tin: j
Big Bible School begins promptly at j
'.t:10 A. M. Miss Elvira Taylor leads the i
League Devotions at tl:00 in the Chapel. i
"11 ow Spending Money Reveals Char-'
actor" is tho unusually interesting sub- J
jfet. TJie Wednesday evening i 'raise j
Service grows in interest and numbers. |
"What is the most Difficult Thing for
You to Forgive?" is the subject for next |
Wednesday evening. Thursday afier
rioon a lino gathering of ihe wAmen of !
the Froeign Missionary society.
Improvements arc now going on in!
the dining rooms and primary depart- 1 8
rnent of the church. They will be ready
for tho great Bally Day, October 22.
CLIMAX and RED-D-OtT brands
of Macaroni and Spaghetti are of the
highest nuality? MACHINE-MADE,
DRIED AND PACKED ? 11' ounces ti#
the package, which sells for 12 cent:-.
Don't be satisfied with a 10-our.ee
Just taste some of
that new sausage
with the better fla
vor. Made only of
Fresh, Selected
Meats. You'll want
it again.
(all pork)
a pound ,
Packing Co.
Steel Bridge Corner
| ?.
Busy throngs of eager shoppers, a crowded store of
pleased customers attest the wonderful value-giving
this rebuilding sale affords. '?
It is only because of the greater that the great seems less ? the achievements
of yesterday is the inspiration of today. Circumstances often occur that stand
out in history as a marked epoch in the affairs of individuals and institutions.
This is one of those forceful events in the WHITE'S BAZAAR.
A Still Higher Pinacle of
Money Saving Chances
The Values Speak in Clarion Tones
The like was never seen in Wheeling in this or anyother store. Suits you'd
expect to see priced at $25.00, the kind you're in the
habit of paying twenty-five for. A wide range of
styles and the season's popular weaves and color
ings at
ny otner store. e>uiis you a
Gabardines, Poplins, Wool Velours, Serges, Beaver Plush, trimmed and plain
tailored effects.
Two Special Assortments of
That invite comparison with $35.00 and $40.00 offerings. These two challenge
values go on sale at
$18.50 and $24.75' - ~
Details are unnecessary. The Suits speak for themselves. We solicit your
judgment. ?" '? -* -
Stylish Fall Dresses
Of Silk Poplin in the popular colors.
A $10.U0 value. Salo (? ?* QP
Ladies All Wool Serge Dresses
The season "s advanced models in Navy and Copen
hagen blue, Black and Tan. $7.98 values. A QpT
Sale price vT?i/U
Kidjh Class Millinery at A Saving Worth While
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
? ? 0 ,
3 Tables Filled With These.
Correct 1 hits. No 1 wo. alike. Sailors. Flared effects, Trieorns, Turbans, smart Military de
signs. All tlic most wanted colors. Hats that sell at .+G.!)S to .+7.50. CSfc'CSL
Your choice on these tables in Velvet or Hatters' Plush m
? _
a 'J."? dozen AVuol Kelt Sail(?rs, $1.98 & AA oO dozen Velvet .Shapes. Black and
to values. All colors, at__ JLovJ'l/ colors. $1.!)S values, your choice Ut/C
Ostrich l-Vather Moms, "White, Black and two-ione effects. $-.;*)() Mild $3.00 values $1.49
1 Shirt Waists
\ or Crept1 tii: Chine, stripe .Mess
2 nliiu' ?m ii< I Tii il\:t ;i Silk and
S Avhitf and wain alio vol* lace.
3 Waist values J'rnin ^'|.0U to
I $1.88
I Table of $1.50 Fancy
| All sizes. .\ splendid 'TQ r*
nindol. Sale price i*J\s
Shirt Waists
Three challenge bargains
for quick choosing.
25c - 59c
Too many .styles for tit-tails.
Lot of Ladies' House Dresses
Gingham ami Percale.
values go oa 69c
Ladies' Fiber Silk
Ilose, oOc value at mOC
Ladies' pure Silk Hose, plain
hoot, fancy tops. Sold the
world over at $1.00.
Sale price Ut/C
Flannelet Kimonos
A full range of styles and
colors. Silk and satin QQ/?
trimmed. $2.00 values */Ot
Children's Dresses
Ginglmm. Madras and Porcale. (> t<> 11
years. Values to $1.50. Sale
price vfi/v'
Apes 4 to ]-i years. Values up to d* "| A A
$5.00. Your choice tP J.?UU
1 .All the season's. new models and poular weaves and colorings.
For to $.'{.">0 Skirt values.
For Skirts that sell the world over at $o. OS to $6.50.
| White's Bazaar
Leaders '
1116 Mam st. REBUILDING SALE nieMamst.

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