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* Memorial Services
The arm:.! n ?>itu>r:al \ es of ;!:??
Bellalre l.odgc . f Klks v.- i. ? i?I Si. 11
rtay afternoon a? I'i?? Klk Grand theatre
en 15? In.fiit Tli* tln.frv was
(Vtrknl t.> lapac-.tv* oy :ji.tnh?rs of the
order am! frmrl.- Tl-o . \> r. :-es w er>>
vrrv appro,>r t;< T:m sp-uko: was an
eloquent one and r- ? r n i "idttm bus
There was spe.-.al music. b--th \--af
and Instrumental and ial rvn i-cs
by officers of tli- lodge
To Elect Officers
The Knights ?>f Goblin I la g I c laalge
will hold hie t.ri??:"n.iis at
the hall ? ?:? Tlii? ? y-???< ??m! >trert The
election of officers f .r the enduing
vear will ho a feature of '? o meeting
There will he a al resrb-n also f.>r
'.he members of the order.
Heavy Snow Tall
Sunday saw mother earth here cov
ered with the heaviest snow tall of the
present winter. The >r>-.w- began to fal'
Saturday night ami Sunday morning the
earth was eovered to a depth of many
inches. Only twice previously had If
'snowed during the pre-ent winter.
Ganio Not Played
Tti'Cjtnnie football th.it was s. he..
1 tiled for Sunday afternoon at the Six
teenth street gridiron was ret staged.
| The heavy fall of snow made playin*
? on the gridiron Impossible. The game
i was to have been between the Buckeyes
} end the Reertess elevens for the city
k < hamploimhip. Weather permitting.
! the game tnay he played next Sunday.
, Big- ?. A. R. Event
' Om? of the biggest mc ungs of Spang
; ler Tost G. A. 11. held in months wtll
i take place Thursday evening at the
? quarters In the City llalli. Officers
! for the ensuing year will be elected at
! this time. J. It. Gibson is now finish
i lag his second term as l'ost Commander,
i Iddlng* Makes Raid
, I*roh!bition deputy John C hidings.
, of St. Clalrsvllle. was in Kcl'atre and
I' Shaifyside Saturday evening. A.t the
I'ollcw statloti here it was stated that he
had made one successful raid in Ret
' lairo anil another at Shadyside. The
! offenders wi t llkclv face Mayor Henry
| M. Davis at Sl Clalrsvllle.
One Arrest Mad*
The activities of the police during
[ the week-end resulted in but one arrest.
the lone offender being charged with
j drunkenness, lie posted $5 and was
' dlsmtssed from the lock-up. t'nless of
? fenders were arrested Sunday night
I there will b>? no court for Mayor t.'ul
bertson to preside over today.
Boys To Begin Work
Candidates for places on the boys"
' basketball team of the Rcllaire High
School will hold their initial practice
this evening. Coach Galbareeh will
have charge of the workout. The Gruv
. el Hill gym will be used for practice.
' The first contest will he staged in about
] three weeks. Four members of the
i team of last year are still In school.
To Stat* Meeting
Dr. C. S. Starkweather, one of the
' most prominent dentists !n Belmont
county will go to Columbus today to
1 attend sessions of the llfty-sixth an
nual convention of the State Dental
Society. The convention opens Tues
day and will be in session for threo
?! days.
Special Observance ?
Members of the B'nal B'rith lodge
1 observed B'nal B'rith day here Sunday
with a special program at the Sons of
Israel Temple last night. The program
included music and sptaking. The
J chief address was given by Rabbi Hy
man Iola, of "Wheeling.
Missionary Society
Members of the l.adles' Missionary
Society of the South Rtdlaire Methodist
Episcopal church will meet Thursday
evening at the home of Mrs. Tuttle in
Sputh Bellalre. The annual thank of
fering will he taken at this time.
Ministers To Mset
The Dev-embcr meeting of the Bel
lalre Ministerial Association will he
held this morning' at the Christian'
church. In addition to tin- business to
com>> before the ministers there will be
fa appropriate program. VI.e commit
tee which vislteit the school hoard with
re par-Is to religious training In the c
scuoola vv:ii submit a rtjK>rl. ?'
Hudson Funeral
Funeral services- for the late Miss
i'era Hudson, aged is years, daughter
of Mr. ar.d Mrs. John Hudson, of
Twentv-sreond street, were held Sun- r
afterr.Oori Llurial was in the Hose'
H.ll cemetery.
Tlattatlon Week
V isitation week will be observed In
the nubile schools hero this week. Ho- J
I patrons are Invited t>> the schools'
t.. watch the progress of the school
work. There w .11 b>- no special exer- )
< :-e? The aim is for a visitor for
ea. li (ivMii! which would mean more that,
toon visitors for liie week at the
schools I
Form New Lodge
Colored men of Ibilanr will fgrni a
t ew order here .it a meet.Hit tonight to*
l ? known as the Improved < ?rd> r of
U'oodno Brunches have already been
organized at St. Clairsville and Barnes- <
vtlle tt\ Cade. of Cleveland. the m?
tionu] conitnanvler. will attend the meet
ing. The meeting w'.ll be hel l in the
halt at Thirtv-second anil I'nti'ii streets.
To Address Xlwauisns
Stipt. J. V. Nelson of the Hcilalrt
public schools will gatn address the,1
l\i wan is Club at Its meeting Tuesday
noon in the Chamber of Commerce, lie
v. ill tell of the work in the schools of
the past few years and will tell of the'
Immediate reeds of the schools of the
cltv* The meeting gives promise of'
being an interesting one.
Charles Corhetf. of West Bel aire,
will return to school this morning after
having been absent as a result of an
operation performed recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Beckman
have returned to Bcllatre after a v.sit
at Columbus.
Kenneth Duffy has returned to Bel
taire after spending the week-end with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M.
Duffy, at Key.
i . A meeting of the Young Men's Club
will be held this evening when plans
will be made for the dance to be held
Friday night.
?,Communion services were held Sun
day at the First Methodist Kpiscopal
church with the pastor, Kev. J. 11
1'aimer. In charge.
,Mr. arid Mrs. Herman W. Davids have
returned to their home In Pittsburgh
after a visit hero,
John i'. Iddlngs. of St. Clairsville,
was a visitor In Bellalre Saturday even-1
A meeting of the Junior Mechanic
Lodge will be held this evening and j
routine business will get attention.
A meeting of the ?lk Lodge will be
he'd Tuesday evening at the hall on
Belmont street.
Call 172S for typewriter service anc j
12.OO. W. 8. Stoddard, 71 12 th streou ?
m-w-f !
Cahrleston News and Courier?"Chif
fon politics" Is the phrviso the-Aehe
vllie Citizen flings at "the women v oters,
i The ihttzen had better have a care or
it will be assailed with .hatpins con
cealed In the chiffon.
In Court This Weak
I'he whole of t'"is week will b( K1* v '*n 1
?vor to the Ifarintr of equity cases liy
i ?iii?? Whito?! W. Oowen !:t common ;
?leas curt I
The list fellow i I
MONDAY. nt>\ ?"*. l?:i FAH'ITY
H. & t.t. u. l;. <v vs i'red Springs ?
t a!.
IV. I,. Dallas vs. I". S -honk & Sons Oo. '
.1. l*iyt>>n vs. Thomas Rocco. 1
Coo!I Cross et a I. \ s. r C. UMhooley.
Toe Crown Cork. A. Seal Co. vs. Jacob ]
lacobs. , i
Kther Douch vs. llucaeye Coal Min
ns Co. V i
James ?.IoI>on:ild vr, hvries llodkias.
< >11 vo Jon, s vs. Hlrnni J. Calmer et al.
Li!'an Miller et al. vs. The City ?? f ! ]
Itel lu!: e.
MT;i. M Hollet VS. Nellie M, Daniels.
Frank Sargus vs Tlie Cltv of Ileilaire
iTarik Sargus v?. The City of Rellnire.
I'ornle Debow \s. Ann I.. Stephens
?t al.
in re; Variiilvn of Mots itt Shadyside
ilenry Horeher vs. City of Martin*1
In re: Vacation VI.it Mist Hoiloway
Improvement Co.
<?s,*ar J. <;rej;jj c? al. vs. tw Oregg
ft al.
J. W. Fright vs. .Miles R. Perkins.
<!ny K. Mublemaii vs Fuel crimm.
Charles || Km k vs. Herile rg Bros.
Ml. Filloky vs. Steve I'lmriliis.
Richard ||. lVilsnn v s. <' P. Ilurke.
Henry Az/.o vs. Tlie Stat,.- of Ohio.
Fit I DAY. PI*\ 1 !> - t
Mary Morgan vs. \l. p. I.lndelof.
Thomas \V. I'lirsi-glove vs. l.ouis Mar- J
tin Ott.
Chin! ,v_ Ohini Coal Co. vs Anna (linn- j
National Coal Co. vs. Natural Mas Co. 1
Probate Court.
?Robert W. Painter. deceased. Will i
and application to admit to probate filed
with waiver of notice and consent .to
probate of widow and nest of kin r/sl- .
dent of Ohio. Will admitted to probate
and record ordered.
Citation to widow to make tier elec
tion under will ordered and order issued.
Application filed for appointment of
executrix. No bond required. Appoint
ment made, Metters ordered and Issued. |
Inventory ordered, order issued and
cause continued.
Robert O. Johnson, guardianship. Ap
plication filed for appointment of guar
dian. Ilond J 10.000 filed and approved.
Appointment made. I.etters ordered and
Robert Johnston, deceased. Petition
filed for distribution of assets in kind
v ill written consent of distributees I|
?i-trlbttt.on of asset.- 'n l,!n.| ordirc'l. '
Bloyd itandolph Kex ser. guardianship |
! .".Aount II.-.I. Set f-'r hearing 1'??
?ember 31. 1931. Not I.? ordered and |
out inui-d.
< 'orxvtn T. Moore. ruardlanship. Kina>
ii i'oiiiit t" led. Set f.-r hearing l.vcein-|
.??r ::I. 19 21. Notice ordered and ."ii- j
Kva SkaKgr. mutliei's pension. Appli-.
?atlon filed. Set for hearing January 1. [
!'.'22. T>ewey. 1.. llotul appointed t>- make I
-XHinlnatlon and report x'ausr tontin-j
Zolla ?. flare. <le. cased. Proof of
yubltcniion of notlo" of appointment I
filed, approve.! and ordered.
Marriage Jj'xenn.
Irvin William Kin-k:. age 23. a butcher, j
jf i *ad.?.. to.-,,! Kdna But .>* N.-st. age 21.of |
Martins Kerry.
Valenty Xapierkoskv and Joscnh Na-;
pierkosky to Joseph Kisher and Mary ,
Kisher. Tract of land In PultM-x town-I
-<lill>. Consideration t.t.Onn.
Sapper and Bazaar.
The ladh-s of the hs-ui Methodist ?
churoh will hold n suppei and bazaar I
in the Sin..lay school r.? m of the cluirc-h I
on next Kriday evening. \ large aunt-j
l? r Is ex(>?-cteit to ait. nd and a 11n?? sun- j
per will i>e serxed
Plve Handled Club.
The Kixe Hundred ohii. will h? inter- !
tained on Tuesday exenlnir at the home |
ot .xira. I-Yank Kavxcetl on lias* Main j
ptreet Curds iin.l otlti-r social diver- ?
fions will l>n enjoyed and dainty refresh- j
ments will he xicrxcd by the hostess.
St. ClairsvUJ* Brlafa.
Attorney lhixtd James of Bridgeport J
was a business taller here Saturday.
Paul Si-crest of Columbus sp'-nt the !
xxeek-end at the home- of his sister. Mrs I
IT W. Mltch?l! of (last Main street.
Attorney Cordon 1 ?. Kinder of Mar-;
tins Kerry xvas ? business xi.-ito;- in St. |
Clalrnvilh- Saturday.
Miss Kinti.n l'ml'ce of Shadsldt- spent
Saturday visiting lu-r friet.d. Miss Mary '
tlray Mi-Bridge of Past Main street.
Sheriff ft. T. Isynch has returned
home after a business trip to Coluinhus.
Miss itoduskn Wiley spent the week
end at the home of her parents at
Shady side.
John I'. Frnzier of Coluinhus xxl'l
rnox e to St. Clalrsville this xxe.-,. lie
has rented property on Main street.
Karl Htrkle has purchased the Shti
tnakep property east of St. Clairsvillo
through the Milllgan A- Newlin Heal Ks
tato company.
HilH.l.K i- s VCIIlirkH IIT'OI; the N>? I
T<->ta I i,.< i : .t t. ?? ?? found In Marlt Ft-I
t-. i ??l- r-iiij; i at- liilnd heic{r.ir. Harti-I
ni.o'iis. l;. v w. M. Fields, pastor of the J
First i"la ,-ii:ri church. deeply impress!
t (| a large < mu:it-gjition at the mornlnp
service h\ ni\ discourse Upon the topic: |
"The Ka?c of .1 esns."
Tito speaker strong I v emphasized the
need of spirliual vision as an essential
In the I'hristian life splendid must-j
?-a I pto.,ram was rendered at this ser-|
vii e.
V. the issuance of the invitation, at
the ? lose of the sermon. Mr. and Mrs.
\V S. Stanton, who recently moved to j
this city from Huntington, \V. Ya.. pre-!
sented their letter from the Fentral
Fhrlstlati church. of the latter <dtv.
Mr. Stanton has, for the past two
years. I? en doing religions publicity j
work. while Ii 1 ?? wife lias specialized In |
homo and foreign mission work.
lie; r.i lils expressed great satisfac- I
lion at these additions, and anticipates j
a strengthening of I.is spiritual labor j
battalion as a result. Lteginnlng l>e- j
cember Ith this minister has chosen a I
number of Sunday evening thenicB on'
the general topic of "The Second (.Tom-j
[ice. 4 "Me Is Coming To-morrow."
I?ec. 11--"Occupy Till 1 Come."
Iif?r. IS?"The J'Tavored Ones? W"hon j
lie Comes."
Jan. 8?"The Hope of His Coming.""
Jan. 15?"The Second Coming of
Christ." (1)
Jan. 22?"The Second Coming of
Christ" (2).
Jan. 29?"The Day After Ho Comes."
The old-timers never will become ao
customed to the fact that young men
and women now discuss freely among
themselves at the dance or over the
card tables subjects that grandmothers
used to get into corners and talk about
in whispers.
Doo't Uke chance* ?pneu*
moon U the reault of tboua
?nd* of nefleeted cold*.
Arper-Lax is ssfe sud certsio
io relief.
take two tsbleu with flats of 9
hot water on retiriof.
Also protcrlbod ? nd rtc*am?i>dnt H
by Icadiod pfiy?ici?o? for .NKLU
. ? KNZA. LAGR1PPE. H.?d.ch?.
Lumb?*o and Pais* of NauraUia
sad KSavaatiaa.
i ? ? ? ? n ? H ?
J New Car^
? Florida ?
b Oranges "
hm 4 04^ Peek?8*11(1
B g
? Grapefruit ?
m 65c Peck |
? Hempfield Siding ?
? Opposite Court House H
? ?????I I
1521 Ch*pline St.
Phone 1653
For Sale?Clean am. ninof-mlne,
delivered at the lowest price.
| auto coal CO.
Woodsdale 138-J no.H
V J |
Water Rents are due and pay- (
1 able during the month of De
cember. Bills paid during that
period are subject to discount
of ton per cent. No discount
after Dec-ember "1
Citj Treasurer.
nov. JS-t '
V 1
At Kaiser's
One Week Specials'
White Goose Klour per sack SI.00
White Goose Klour* i er l>arrel. S7.78
Try one sack, if rot satisfied w? will
refund your iTi"%ey.
Abrahams Ohio t'hief Pure Sap Map'.?
Pint Cars 4So; Half-gallon Cans.$1.65
I Quart Cans. 86c; 1 < la lion rf%ns,. 93.25
' Kanwell & Rnines Gluten Flour?
o-lb. Sack $1.33
Graham Flour, o-lb. Sack 33
. 5-1 b Whit? or Yellow Cornmea!.. 15c
| 5-lb Sack Uodeheaver? Ruckwheat. 45c
1-Tb. Can Crlsco 19c
iv?-lb. Can Crisco 28c
3-lb. Can Crlsco 55c
A complete lino of Vegetable*. Prices
are coming down. We gi\e you service
and charge no more for It.
Wm. J. Kaiser
Oor. lOth k Main. W? deUved !
3335 Phons# 3336
Watch This Space for Weekly Special 1
jCOAl it
J "DEFORK you know it Win
^ ter will ho horo and there
will he that usual scramble
for Coal. Don't ho caught
napping order your supply
now! Help us help you by
avoiding the lust minute's
rush. We are ready to make
delivery and the prices are
at their lowest.
Warwood *
Phone 26 J
I1" I
Soothinq &.nd Healinq
Power Equipment
Factory Lighting
House Wiring
Davis Eleciric Co.
Westinghouse Electric & Mfg.
Co. Distributors.
Tol. 866 40 Eleventh St.
Wheeling, W. Va.
as ever
are th-j most highly prized
and most dearly rherishcd.
(iivo .lewelrv.
And now ?
as ever
J. B. Baum Co.
Whi". Steel Corp. Bldg.
Persian Hates
Lemon Peel
Orange Heel
New Raisins
New Currants
Candied Cherries
All Kinds of Nuts
Extra Special for the Week,
With Every Order
1 Bag Our Best Flour 90<*
Fort Henry
Butter Store
39 Sixteenth Street.
| Phone 868 and Be Satisfied
If I Could Only Belch!
Up That Gas I Know!
I Would Feel Better"
Mow often haw ymi felt that way"
How often have \ on w ished for some
thing to give von genuine and lasting
relief for
I'on't liny any ord.nary dyapepsla
tablet for temporary results. (!o to a
Mrs t-class drug Store .ask for a bottle
of genuine I taa I man it's i las-Tablets: j
take three tablets an hour before meals |
and attain tlueo before enting--then |
! watch. Now comes a surprise No more
I gas. no more smothered teelin.g. no dil'f-|
I it>nlt breathing .and no hloat
i Hemeinlejr Haalmnnn's (las-Tablets
| are not only for relief, but also for the
i prevention of das. Most people with
'Mas suffer from nervous Pyspepsla, not
; common Indigestion.
Itaalmann's '!as-Tah!ets are sold in
! the famous yellow package for one dol
I lnr.
Itaalmann's 'ias-Tahlets are for sala
by t* 11. tlriest A <'o.. and all reliable
druggist?. .1 .Mnalmann. Chemist. San
I Xranelseo.? Adv.
You Have Tryed )
the Rest, Now
Come to the
Crowns, Brldff**, rilUnfm, FUtii
Victoria Theatre Bldg. 1226 Market Street
s . >
Ton Pny Am Yon Ort Paid, In Wrally or Kosttly Pajmant*
Men, Women's and Children's
Tk* ?wf?it ot its Kind In tka State.
C57 Main Straat. WkMllni, W. V?
Il ' I
Important Announcement
Opening of Our New
December 5th 1921
"TheEasy Way"
to Accumulate Money
You are cordially invited to come in NOW and join.
You can start with lc, 2c, 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c, $1.00, $2.00, $5.00, $10.00,
$20.00 or more.
No dues. No fines. No red tape.
Our Christmas Club is a plan to help everyone accumulate money for
- Christmas, Vacations, Taxes, Insurance, Investment or personal needs.
It is intended to teach and encourage the habit of economy by regu
larly depositing part of the money earned. This habit, so easily formed by
regular deposits in the Christmas Club, becomes fixed and steady and of un
told value in the future.
Our Christmas Club is not alone for money earners who wish to lay
aside money for Christmas needs or a rainy day, but also for business and
professional men who may wish to accumulate "ready money" which can be
used in case of emergency.
The Plan of the Club is simple; you merely bring in your first deposit
and we give you a Christmas Club pass book, showing the Club you have
joined and amount deposited.
Payments are due weekly or in advance.
The following table explains the different Clubs:?
"I Oluk I ?^poslt lc 1st ?pil;. > "ml ([>?< fH F*
I /i l.lllll nook.. Incroaso lo rat-h \\ o< U I f / 1~V
AC UJUU In 00 ?n.kH yon haxo.. I O
2c Cluh 25,50
f" 01.,U ?"?*? !st wool;. IP.- Jr..I /?0 PTI"r
/i I 111 n we*k. I wrens* 5.- ra.-li no?U -< / Hk
VC UlUlJ in 0" nooks you l.a.o \JPje I ?_/
| 10c Club 15?1:3?' 127.50
You begin with iho largest payment and de
crease each work. Tlris is a very papular Cluh
with many. j |
9 to Rinh l)!'|>os'1 cod'wtck 19 Pin
L4\)\s UluU?m r,() weeks vou have <4? JL? >t)\J
50c Club 25.00'
SI Club-S^ul^ -50.00 I
$2 Club SwSfa'Ju 100.00
$5 flubSV^h,^ 250.00 '
S10 Club 500.00
I S20 Club1,000.00
? S50 Club 2,500.00
$100 Club .W iLtTil 5,000.00
|| First National Bank & Trust Company

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