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So Good a Time to Buy a Piano! ATEVER in the history of this ^ store have we had so many good used Pianos as we have now. Never has it been so neces sary to dispose of them quickly. Consequently they are offered at a fraction of their value. Be/o& Is a Partial List Priced I? From $50.00 Up 1 Weser Bros. (Two) Palmer Story & Clark (Two) To show our faith in these Pianos and their value, we will' allow the entire amount asked for them iu exchange 011 a new Piano or Player Piano at its regular price any time within two years from date of purchase. Evening appoint ments arranged." C. A. HOUSE We positively will not move them to our new store if a price will dispose of them Emerson Krakauer Kleber (Two) Packard (Two) Schultz Kohler & Campbell C. A. House Sterling Steinway Behr Bros. H. P. Nelson Marshall Lester Brinkerhoff Stone Weber Stodart Arion 1305-1307 Market St. Wheeling. BELLAIRE Twenty-three Arrests. ^omcthinK seems to have been unbal anced in Bellaire Saturday night, as the police rttvirds will show that twenty three arrests were made that (lav and i.ight by the local police. Among the arrests were Barney Moran. of this city, and J. C. Wallace, who gave hi< home as Pittsburgh They :vere charged with stealing a suic case :>acked with whiskey from a Cameron, rt". Va.. man. They were arraigned be "?>re Mayor Wassinau. and fined $11 and ?osts and 3i? da v>; in the county jail. The other offenders were charged with drunkenness and loitering and were fined $r> and costs each. Kiirht of the number paid their fines. <ine was _ dismissed and the others were remand- J ed to jail. John Keane. John Keane. one of the pioneer res!- j dents of this city, passed away at his home on Thirty-third and Guernsey ; streets. Saturday night, following a lin- 1 Kering illness. When he came t<> this. <;ountry he found employment with the Baltimore & Ohio railroad. letter h*> was employed* at the Carnegie Steel works, but has been living retired for the past few years. He was abo.ut 73 years of age ami is survived by his i wife. ? Arrangements for tiie funeral j have not bee:* completed. Tractured Xeg. James Minnehart . well known aged j man of Guernsey street .is confined to i his home suffering with a fractured leg.' which he sustained by_ a fall several I days as?. I>r. Kiser is attending him. Woman Bobbed of Pocketboo*. J Miss Myrtle Frazier complained to the ! police Saturday nijrht that she had been robbed of a pocketbook containing $!?) Rdn a. gold watch. She could not give a description of the man. . To Install New Pastor. Hew F. -L. Freet. the new pastor of the second Presbyterian church will be in- I stalled next Friday evening. Rev. <\ X. ] Xesbitt. of Martins Ferry, will, deliver , the sermon. Rev. L>r. Reld. of Xeff, will ! speak to the people and the charge will j be delivered by the Rev. I'attereson. of i Cumberland. "Will 35ntertain\Club. Members of the Idlehous <Tub will l>e , entertained Tuesday evening at the home ! of Miss Mary MrCready. on Guernsey street. Cards will be the diversions. lMMd XArgo Tract of land. I Sam Lewis, former recorder of Bel mont county, now located at Columbus, has secured a lens* on '4,300 acres of land in Monroe county. A traet of acres was immediately leased to Pitts burgh parties. The remaining 1.500 acres will be taken o.ver by Bellaire and a company will be organized for the purpose of drilling for oil. It is re ported that there is considerable un- J derlylng the property. Gtfttinff Beady Tor Xerival. The members of we First M. E. church are Retting ready for the revival which is scheduled to open next Sundav evening, cottage prayer meetings will ' b eheld at the home of the members ; during the week to create Interest in the meetings. Rev. G. B. Smith will con- , What We Mean By Battery Service Is Fresh Dry Cells. We ex pect to , open a fresh barrel every three weeks. TAYLOR'S THAT BU8Y SPOT f < BSl&AXBX, OXZO. to ; Correct - Lasts in shoes that will last are ready here for the man who knows smart shoe style when hcj.secs it. Locke Shoe Co. BELLAIRE. Oi 'I not the meetings which will continued for an indefinite period. Aid Society to Meet. The Ladies' Aid society of the South Bellaire M. C. church will meet Tues day afternoon in the basement of tho j church. AlostSamrs William Bass and Howard I'ylo will be the hostesses. Installed Officer*. Hellaire lodge B'nai B'rlth held its j regular meeting yesterday afternoon in, O. U. A. >1. hall on Thirty-third street. Officers for the ensuing year were in stalled. Following the work a social session was held: Daace at Xlk's Club. Invitations have been issued for the Knights of Columbus danco to be held here in the Elk's club Thursday evening. January IS. The Premier orchestra of Wheeling has been engaged to furnish t he dance program and It has beeu an- 1 nounoed as follows: Waltz ? "Oh You Haunting "Waltz." One Step ? "I can Dance With Every- 1 body l>ut My Wife." Two Step ? "Down in Honolulu Look ing Em Over." Redowa ? Chummy Chums. On* St<*p ? "I've Saved All My Love j For You." Elimination Waltz ? "One Think 1 1 Know I Love You." Two Step? "An Aeroplane Olide." One Step ? "Hello. I've Been Looking] For You." Waltz ? "Tale? From Hoffman." Fox Trot ? "Rackety Coo." ? One Step? r "Throw Me a Rose." Waltz ? "Sweet Evening Star." One Step ? "How is Everything In j Dixie." " Redowa ? "All For You." Two Stop? "Cavalry WigKle." Home Waltz ? "Farewell to Three." Extras ? One Step. "Honky Tonky." | Waltz ? "A Summer Night." Bell Aire Briefs. Bellaire atrle of Eagles will hold its j regular session this evening in Odd Fellows hall. A meeting of the Americus club will be held Tuesday evening. Plans will j be completed for the annual banquet to be held the latter part of the month. Miss Grace Robinson is a guest of | friends at Barnesvllle. Miss Ros?j Keniple is ill at her home on Twenty-second street. The regular meeting of the city board of education will be held this evening | in the office .of Superintendent C. S. Mc Vny. Hon. Paul V. Waddcll will return to . <*olurabus today to resume his leglsla-i live duties. Me/nbers of the Sorority club will be | entertained Tuesday evening by Miss j What to Do for Eczema Greasy salves and ointments should not he applied if good clear skin is wanted. From any druggist for 25c or j $1.00 for extra large size, get a bottle , of zemo. When applied as directed, it effectively removes eczema, quickly stops itching, and heals skin troubles, also sores, burns, wounds and chafing. It penetrates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is a clean, dependable and inex pensive, penetrating, antiseptic liquid. Try it, as we believe nothing you have ever used is as effective and satisfying. R. W. a Doctor Tells How To Sirengihen Eyesight 50 per cent In One Week's Time In Many Instances j ? - ? - t A Free Prescription You Can Have Filled and Use at Home. Philadelphia, I'a. Do you wear glasses? Are you a victim of eye strain or other eye weaknesses? If so, you will bo glad to know that according to Dr. Lewis there is real hope for you. Many whose eyes were failing say they have had their eyes rostorockjthrough the principle of this wonderful lreu proscription. One man says. a'fu>r trying it: "I was almost blind; could not sen to read at all. Now I can read everytliiug without any glasses and my eyes do not water any more. At nlglit they would pain dread fully now they feel fine all the time. It was like a miracle to me." A lady who used it says: "The atmosphere seemed hazy with or without glasses, but after using this prescription for fifteen days everything seems clear. I can even read fine print without glasses." It is be lieved that thousands who wear glasses can now discard them in a reasonable time and multitudes more will bo able to strengthen their eyes so as to bo spared the trouble and expense of ever Betting glasses. Eye troubles of many descriptions may bo wonderfully bene fited by following the simple rules. Here Ib th? prescription: Go to any active drug store and get a bottle of Bon-Opto labk'is. Drop one Uon-Opto tablet in :i i'ourili of u glass of water and allow to dissolve. With this liquid bathe the eyes two to four times dally. You should 'notice your eyes clear up percoptably right from the start and inflammation will quickly disappear, if your eyes are bothering you. evon a little, take steps to save them now before it is too late. Many hopelessly Mind might have been saved If they had cared for their eyes in time. Note: Another prominent 1'byMelan to whom the above article was submitted. said: "Bon-Opto 1* ? j very remarkable remedy. Its constituent Ingredients , are well known to eminent eye apecialslts and widely I prescribed by them. Yhe manufactuiers guarantee It I to strengthen eyesight 30 per cent In one week's time | lo many Instance* or refund the money. It can be | obtained from nny good druggist and Is one of the j ?ery few preparations I feel should be kept on hand for regular use In almost erery family." It la sold In Wheeling by C. II. driest & Co. and othar druggUta. j Elizabeth McGraw at her home onj| San i tar v Policeman Gus Stephens i is ill at his home on Gravel Hill. (? Mrs. John Kirk and son of Barnes vilie, are visiting: her parents. Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Smith on Guernsey street. Mrs. Albert Smith of New lork. is a Kuest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mor ns. on North Jefferson street. Mrs. Georjte Emmerson ot Cleveland, lias returned home after a visit witn friends here. , , ... Mrs. John Wagoner, who has been ill at "her home on Gravel Hill, has recov "mIss Elizabeth McGraw is reported ill at her home on North Jefferson street MARIINS FERRY jteturn Dane?. Young men of this city will entertain their friends next Thursday with a ??return" dance, complimentary to the young -women who successfully s a leap year dance on December -3. The affair will be held In the Elks hall on North Fourth street. lecture at High Sc&ooL Reserved seats f?r the next number of the lectrue course will be put on sale next Thursday morning at 8 o clock at Hoge's drug store. Dr. Jewell Dw 1 8 h t Hilles' noted preachor, author and tu re r will speak at the High school auditorium next Friday night, being substituted for SonatorUliam S. Ke r yon. who will be unable to till his en easement. Dr. Hilles is noted as belnfc one of the most learned men In this country. Tenders B^ilgnation. Youngstown and will outer llP0U 1 | new field the iirat ot next month. . I Dr Hall came to the local three vears ago. coming irotn one of t.ie largest churches ln. M,nneap?Vvhi^ be he was pastor for six years. A\ hllc be init pastor of the local church, nroved to be one of the most populai L well as one of the most C t.icie^ nlstor* that the church ever had ana his resignation was received with gen eral regret from his congregation. Since becoming pastor of the Baptist church! the membership has Increased by 300 members through the cf for' U T>r Hall the church has one of the Fir?"t praver meeting services in Slca, numbering over the 2a0 mark. While in this city Dr. uL | community. ________ Change at Mooi? IMnces. j b:P< ' "t h e d Lad 1 e?? "m^o s e? c i rcl e . ^hlch pre- j ? . their weekly meetings on 1 PZiy have changed "iMr night to Wednesday. Taken to FhiladelpHl?. j Off iccr Thomas Kelly lcft last | for Philadelphia accom%nl?jL United i Staies" Vav v Manning claimed" that he was tired of the life he was lead- 1 lng and was glad to be taken back the navy. Body Taken to Neff?. The body of the late James E Ka m sev? who died In the locaVhospltaMiUe last Friday night, was sent lo ^etfs yesterday morning. It laK c" , fiw. home of his uncle, ,T tunes Reed at that place where ' funeral ser\ ices will he . hold. Interment will be at Jacobsburg. J,. I. W. Clnb. Mi? Vera McMahon will be hostess to the members of the L. 1. W. Sewing club, composed of members from this < itv and Bridgeport, next Tuesdaj en injj The customary diversions of the Hub will be carried out during the evening. j Social Tea. I \ social tea for the benefit of the . British soldiers now lighting m the | trenches, will be given next rhursdaJ , afternoon at the home of Mrs. D.i\ id Harris on North Seventh st reel. Mrs. I Harris will be assisted by Mrs. Daniel Cronln. Turkey Snpper. The Men's Bible class of the First Presbvterlan church is making arrange ments for their turkey supper, which will be held in the church next * rlda> ?.?venlng. Irfcture-Hecltal Club. Tomorrow afternon at thchomeor Mrs. William Thomas on North I- ourtli , street, the members of the Marlins Ferrv Lecture-Recital club and iiium'c lovers of this community will . meet and enjoy a Ethdbcrt Ncvin pro- , pram, prepared by >rs. Fred Berthel. - A delicious luncheon will be served. Missionary Society. The Woman's Homo Missionary so ciety of the First Presbyterian church will" meet in the parlors of the church next Wednesday afternoon. I he topic for discussion Is "The Treasury, and Miss Gertrude R?id is the leader. Martin* Perry Briefs. Jack Ault of Cambridge, was visiting with friends in this city over the week j C"mI?s Jessica Ralston entertained sev- : eral of her friends with a theatre party at the Fenrav last Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oxley are the par ents of a baby girl, which arrived at their home last Saturday. . John L. Jones of Canton, is visiting with frlendB in the city for a fe wdays. Dr Grav Schreve has arrived home from a visit with friends in Columbus and Deleware. BRIDGEPORT Sewing Clnb to Meet. Members of the L. 1. W. Sewing Club, composed of young ladles from this city adn Martins Ferry, will be entertained at the home of Miss Vera McMnhon. at | the Ferry, to-morrow nignt. Sewing will be the chief diversion. Qaeen Esther Circle. The Queen Esther Circle of the West j Wheeling Methodist church, will meet at the home of Miss Goldle Yates, in West Wheeling to-night. After a busi ness session a social hour will be en joyed. District Convention. Next Wednesday afternoon and eve ning. in the new Fraternal hall in Mar tins Ferrv, the "Lady Maccabees <>t Mar tins Ferry. Bellaire and this city, will entertain a district convention of the organization. Both state and national oftlcers will be present- This city will send its entire mernbersship to Martins Ferry'. Lecture Friday Night. Bridgeport patrons of the Martins Ferry Lyceum course have been advised that on "next Friday evening. Dr. Newel Dwlght Hilles. noted ^lecturer, preacher and author, would lecture at the Martins Ferry high school auditoium, substitu- , ting for Seantor William S. Kenyon.who I was forced to cancel his engagement r>wlng to throat trouble. Reserved seats will he placed on sale at 8 o'clock , Thursday morning: at Iloge's drugstore . and Bridgeport patrons may have seats reserved hy telephone. Hurry. One More Week. Deputy Tax Collector Roy Farmer an nounced last Saturday night that Bridge port people would have one more week in which to pay their taxes. After next 1 Saturday the taxes will he payable at | St. Clairsvllle. Is Police Circles. With the exception of several drunks, I there was nothing much doing In police i circles during the past few days. Mayor I Schafer will give hearings to those who j obtained too much of the fire water at I n session in his office this morning. ' Several knights of the road obtained . lodging here last inght. Will Play rollansbe*. Not discouraged by being defeated by ' Wellsburg Hi last Saturday night, the local high school floor performers will get down to hard work all of this week In preparation for their game with Fol lansbee at that place. The locals expect i to make Follansbec hustle to win. Bridgeport Brief* Robert Sullivan returned from a week end visit with friends in Wellsburg last night. Miss Clara 13. Shieber arrived here I last night from Bucyrus to commence upon her duties as instructor !n the [ local high school. Carl Koegler of Pittsburgh, is spend ing the week-end with his parents. Anna Breitensteln of Falrpoint, is vis iting with friends here. Frank Hess has accepted a position with the Adams Express company. Several rooters accompanied the Jilgh school basketmallers t>> Wellsburg last Saturday night. Frank Holler Is In Pittsburgh on busi- j ness. - j Carl Wilson and family spet Sunday I with friends in Wellsburg. Tickets for the Alpha Pi minstrel to j be staged January 30. are being dis- J posed of. MOUNDSVILLE Gets Hearing Tuesday. John Biscan. the Kenwood man ar/ost ed in a raid at Benwood Saturday after noon, is in the county jail awaiting a hearing on a charge of violating th? ! Yost law. He will he arraigned in Jus- i tice W. M. Riggs' court Tuesday morn- I ing. John Duff of Benwood. who was also 1 arrested in the raid, was released on ' $500 bond. He is charged with violat- ? ing the prohibition law, and when ar- j raigned in Justice court waived prelimi nary examination. . The raid, which resulted in the arrest j of Biscan and Duff, was made hy Sher- | iff W. E. Clayton and Deputies D. 1 ?. j McCardle and Ch.is. Logsdon. Consid- 1 crable booze was confiscated. The place ; raided was that alleged to have been , operated by John Buff at .'112 Marshall street. County Court Meets. Marshall county court will convene tomorrow morning ia the court chamber at the court house in the regular Feb ruary term. This is the llrst regular session of the court this year and much business is to be given attention. Stockholders' Meeting. Stockholders of the Trimble & John-1 son Hardware company will bold their I annual meeting next Monday afternor? r at the office at the linn's hardware store on Jefferson avenue. A board of '< directors will be elected at ihis meet ing. laithianian Improves. Joe AlUe, the Luthiuninn. who begged' the protection of the law last week, in an effort to keep unseen parties from slabbing him, is recovering in the coun ty jail, when- he is confined. It is not likely the county lunacy commission will be called in session to take action on his case. District Prayer Meetings. Arrangements were practically com pleted yesterday by the congregation of the First M. 10. church for the district prayer meetings Wiiieh will he held pre ceding the opening of the. revival cam paign at the church, which begins Jan uary Examinations Statrt Today. Final examinations for the llrst sem ester of school in the Independent school district of Moundsvillo will begin Ihis morning and continue throughout I he week. The second semester commences January -'2. Smolter Plant Work. Construction work at the smelter tdant. in the southern part of the city, is moving along rapidly in spite of tli<> weather conditions. The structural si eel work on the two furnaces lias been com pleted and the roofs placed. The iron work on the storage and acid btiildinu is well under -way and is being rushed to completion. Executive Committee Meets. The I'Xfcut i\ ?? committee of the' First M. I-:. Sunday school will hold an im portant business meeting this afternoon in the church parlors. ' Carpenters to Elect. All members of the Moiindsville car penters union are urged to attend the business meeting to be held this evening as officers fur the ensuing year will be elected. The meeting will lie held in the I'ark theatre building. Former Resident Bead. Word was received here yesterday of the death of fleorge Autin. former rcsi Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Kdwards' Olive Tablets, the sub stitute /or calomel, act gently on the bowels and positively do the work. I'eupic afflicted with bad breath find 1 quick relief through Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The pleasant, sugar- J coated tablets arc faken for bad breath! by all who know them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gen- | tlv but firmly on the bowels and liver, ; stimulating them to natural action, j clearing the blood and gently purifying i ihc entire system. They do that which I dangerous calomel docs without any of | lite bad. after effecis. ? All the. benefits of nasty, sickening, griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without grip ing. pain or any disagreeable effects. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the formula after seventeen years of prac tice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint with the attendant bad breath. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are pure ly a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil ; you will know them by ther Mive color. Take one or two ever} '?t for a week and nottf the effect * and 25c per box. All druzeist*. SPEEDING UP THE LA BELLE COKE WORKS! PLANT WII.X BE IN OFEBATION IK SIDE OP TWO WEEKS IS SEPOST Will Aid rive Hundred Men to Stenbeo. ville DLrtrict ? General New? of Steubenvilie. STEUBEXVILLE. 6.. Jan. work of completing the new LaHeUo Iron Works company new toke oven across the river is beiiiR speeded upjuid it Is expected that it will he in opera lion within two week*. It was announc ed today that the company anticipates drawing the first coke on Febniarj l The new coal docks which have Just been completed will he stocked * 1 coal without any delay. The first ship ment of coal from the company s in Pennsylvania is expected to am u the first, of this wrek. f"he mammoth unloading cranc which will be used It unload the barges has just been eom pitted and tested. It was announced that while the coke "yens would be placed in operation the first of the month it will probably be a month later before the by-product plant can .be placed in operation. It '^.expected that when the LftBelle's West ^ ,r?lnlAnpI^T" are in full operation at least 500 men will be employed. It is stated tha there is little likelihood of the new La- I Bello bridge being completed much be l'or the first, of April. There is still considerable work to be done, but it is being rushed so that the structiiro will < bo completed at the earliest possible moment. To Celebrate Anniversary. Steubcnville Lodge >Co. 1. K. 1 this city, is the oldest lodge in Ohio and on Friday. March -3. its members will celebrate its forty-eighth annner sarv. The celebration of each anniver sary in the past has been elaborate and . it is expected that the coming occasion) will not lie ?n exception. Oeorge Auten. ! George Allien, aped fil years, died at j the home, of his son. Orie Auten. 4H , South Seventh street, at P- ni.. Fridav. January 12. after an illness oi two years with a complication of dis eases. He was bum in Mounds vile. W Va where -15 years ago he married Melissa Bodockerm. who passed away four years ago. Mr. Auten came to ihts citv IS years ago. He is ! survived b> throo son?. Orio. St^ub^nvillo: rnarios. Wheeling and SnniceortMevelandone daughter Mrs. Anna Holdernian. Wheel ing a sister. Mrs. Martha .Tallies, and four brothers. William. John. Tal and Sonic-', all of Moundsville, "W . > a. Arraigned Saturday. The arraignment of those indicated by the recent grand jury took place^alur day morning b> l'orc Judge < an ?. ^"wiliinni H rooks. charged with larceny' at Amsterdam, pleaded not guilty and was remanded to the county jail tor failure to give bond. . Howard Johnson, colored, charged with the theft of a Reo automobile from the Kincaid Garage, pleaded not guilty ana Attorney A. M. Moreland was named to, defend him. He was remanded. Joseph Kinney, indicated on a charge of assault with intent to rape, pleaded not guilty and was remanded. John Myers, accused of" the tlicmt at Empire, entered his plea of not guilty and was remanded. John Brown was appointed to defend him. I Me|e Perich and Nick Vicklo, charged with cutting with intent to kill, pleaded, not guilt v and were remanded. Kohert Russell, indicted for perjury, pleaded not guilty and R. I.. Mcl.augh- . lin was named to defend him. lie was remanded. , . , Vick Vouckl vie charged with cutting to kill and wound, pleaded not guil/V and Ills t>i> ml was lix^d Jit SSOO whirh he | furnished. . | Vincent Kelle.v. Joseph kellcj. Eni- . mt; i Hums. Harry Irons and John ( url in p. mi appeared in court and entered plead of not jrnilty to i lie charges re turned against them. Their bond was fixed at $r.0i? each. ? ! William Turner and Ernest nare were not arraigned upon request of Prose-: Icutor Roy R. Carpenter. Conrt Happenings. The of Albert Jacobs vs Lizzie .1 acobs hns been dismissed. I | Abraham Sc Ionian was grnnted a di-j vorce from Martha Soloman in common j pleas eourt on Friday. The grounds j ? were wilful absence. Julia Tnejke was granted a divorce 'from Alexander Tnejke by Judge Smith | Friday on the grounds of wilful ah- j so n re. . ! In the action of Mildred Wilson vs. I William Wilson, i lie court Friday grant ed the pl? int iff a divorce on the grounds of extreme cruelly an dadulterv. The plaint iff Is given the custody of the ' I children and the defendant is enjoined iTntn ? interfering. He is also to pay | week I v toward i heir support. j Ernest t ia re. indicted on a charge or j representing' himself t<> be a single man i :md proposing marriage to Miss Eliza- I beth < 'hot 1 1e, well known Toronto young lady, who is employed in this city, was arraigned Saturdav morning and entered a plea of guilty. He was fined $100 and , ci' sis by Judge Carl II. Smith. i In the ca?e of George Fern II VS. the Saite' of Ohio, the court Friday af , ilrined i lie action of Mayor 1*. o. Bet ton i of drover. It was an error case. | William E. Potman has brought act ion for divorce from Stella F.. Holman. The vw ???!??> married January 1. 1900. The ' plaint iff charges wilful absence. 1 Samuel II. Parti It has brought action against Flora and George Handle for claimed due for services rendered. ,j. W. Millioan lias entered suit dent of this city. Mr. Autln tied at the home of his son in SteubenvMlc. O. Tie was i?2 years of age and had been in poor health for some time. Funeral ser vices over the remains will be held at ? "The place of death, this afternoon. Rural Carrier Examination. j An examination for rural mall carrier ivas held at the federal building here Saturday, the examination being given under the direction of the local civil ser-. \ ice examining board. .Vine applicants look the examination. Arrange Annual Banquet. The Marshall I'ountv Medical Society [has been called to meet Tuesday after noon. January for the purpose of ar ranging for the society's anuunal ban quet. which will likely be held the latter part of February. IHouniville Briefs. Mrs. I-'vsmi <i. Roberts is spending several dajs with friends and relatives I in ( 'hicago. III. I Little Miss Jane and Master' Franklin 'Smith id' Huntington, are the guests of j Rev. ami Mrs. J. J. Smith of Jeffor ; son avenue. John Campbell is confined to his homo on First street, v ith, illness. Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor of this city, are visiting with relatives at Cam? eron. Little Miss Cecelia Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Airs.. ?5uy Larger of Third street, who ,has been quite ill at her home, is improving. Elmer, Roberts, who recently under went an operation at the Glendale hos pital. is recovering nicely. J. J. Knin of Second street, is spend ing several days with New Martinsville friends and relatives. Mr. arid Mrs. John Liston of Cedar avenue, spent Sunday with Cameron ; relatives. Mrs. Lee Seal and daughter. Miss Ruth, are visiting with New Martins ville relatives. Wm Echols of Pittsburgh, spent Sun | day here with his parents. Mrs. W. Jones has returned to her j home here from Mannington. where^shc spent several weeks with relatives. I Harry Cook of Tomlinson avenue, who lias been quite seriously ill for the last couple of weeks Is improving. one diui.'lc was arrested here Satur day piuhi. lie was reinamiod to jail for h hearing this morning In police court. P. A. Welch of Eighth street, will move his family to Glendale this week. William II. Spoon, proprietor of the Mound City five Works, is installftig new equipment in hit: place of business | on Third street. The Elks of this city are arranging to hold a "Rube r'ance" at the club | on the evening of Sr. Valentine's Day. i A revival campaign was launched ?t the Calvary M. E. church here last eve ning. The services will be conducted by the pastor. Rev. S. 13. Hart. About ninety members of Little Prince Lodge Xo. 79, Knights of Pythias, and many ladies attended the county K. of P. visitation at Cameron Saturday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Seelbach left yesterday for Akron, Ohio, to make their home. % .' ?'A",:,,;.' ?'?. COLD rain driven by a pierc ing wind chills you to the marrow and starts the twinges of rheumatism in that old spot or perhaps a new one. Exposure starts the pains and aches, but Sloan's Liniment stops them? and so easy to apply too ? it penetrates quickly without rub bing , cleaner and more con venient than plasters or mussy ointments, it does not clog the porea or stain the skin. Stiff joints, sore muscles, that grippy feeling all disappear with the application of Sloan's Lini ment. Rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back, cramped muscles, stiff neck, toothache, 6prains, strains, in fact all pain and sore ness yield to Sloan's Liniment. Get a bottle to-day at your druggist, 25c. 50c. and $1.00. against C. IV. Manchester in which he seeks to replevin certai narticles. Tho rlaim Is made that tne plaintiff grave the defendant $500 on a promisory note upon condition that the defendant make regular specified payments. He claims that such has not been the case and uants either a writ of replevin or judg ment for the balance of the amount, ?3.V\ claimed still due. Marriage Uceutei, Alfred K. Mudge, 37, Co ra polls. Pa., | !Uid Florence I. Irion, 37. Steubenville. j Probate Court. The will of Patrick. Kenney has been i probated. Tho first account of the estate of J I W. Chambers has been Hied by the exe- I t'uior. I L.ulu Krepps h; <*en named guard- : ian over Ruth A. Krepps. The first and linal account in the es tate of Ira R. Krepps has been filed by the administrator. J. Oscar Xaylor has been named guardian for Jam^s Carman. The will of Mary K. Oauker has been probated and Sophary Keller has been ( named executor. I An inventory and appraisement has I been filed in the estate of Mary E. Bell. | 11. I-'. RurrW has been named admin istrator of the estate of Addison M. ' Burrier. An order of sale of personal property has been filed in the estate of Alfred T. Wright. An inventory and appraisement has been returned and filed in the estate of William A. Jon??s. Application has been made to pro? bate the will of Emanuel Carman. The first and final account has been filed in the estate of William Heckhorn. M'MEGHEN Edward Jcffers. Sr., of this city, who recently suffered a stroke of paralysiB at his home here, is improving nicely , at the Olend.ile hospital. A large delegation of members of Mc- | Mechen Lodge No. H4. Knights of Pythias of this city, attended the Mar shall county K. of P. visitation at Cam eron. Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Powell of thlf city, are spending: several days with friends and relatives in Pittsburgh. Chester Shields of Fairmont, Is spend ing several days here with friends. Thomas Mountain of tjiis city, who recently underwent an operation for ap pendicitis at the Glendale hospital, i? improving nicely. Mr. Mountain will soon bo able to be removed to his homo here. The revival campaign at the First M. E. church here, which has been In pro gress since the first of last week will continue throughout this week with ser vices each evening. Robert Xolan of this city has resigned his position as night foreman in thi B. & O. shops, and will move his family to Washington. D. C.. where he has ac cepted a similar position. Samuel Sloan has moved his family to this city from Cameron. The rebate checks to th$ consumers of the fuel of the Manufacturers' Heat & Light company will likely be mailed out this week. The checks for the 2 cent rebate for every 1,000 cubic feet of gas consumed during the last 29 month! were mailed . to Pittsburgh Saturday, where they will be signed by the treas urer of the Light & Heat company. Roy Coyne has hoved his family from Third street lo South Marshall street. Harry Bucoy. well known Jocal young man. who has been located in Akren, O., for t4ie last several months, has accept ed a position In Erie, Ps. Alvin Kettlewcll has returned ts.hls home here from Holloway, O. Lincoln lodge No. 49. 1. O. O. F.. will hold Its regular weekly business meet ing this evening In the lodge headquart-' era in the McMechen buildings The revival services at the Church of God being conducted by the Rev. Cyrus Byler, will be continued throughout the week. The Interest and attendance In the revival at this church has steadily Increased since the campaign began, the first of the month. Frank "Weaver of Moundsvllle, agent for the Ford machine, was in the city Saturday, demonstrating cars. Supreme OVer All! Instant Postum holds preeminence as a family tabic drink. Former coffee users favor it because of its Java-like flavor. Children love it. for its own delicious taste. Everyone can drink Postum with no fear of coffee harm, for there isn't a particle of coffee or other deleterious substance in this Natural Table Beverage. Grocers selllnatantVostum For ail the family !