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that while Mr. the new: tax laws a pashe has never been an ax reformer. There are rled and true, In this iild make a good governnot been at the public e offices around and give ire Their Mothers? 10 Is on our streets at lazing how many young trolling around on the ate hour. Many young the streets long after e at home. These girls ILIGGJ SATUROA I at 29c pc L The Greatest L that We Ev Taste it once and no otl I the price, will ever satisfy ) ^ Such delicious co fections I at such a price and never c< ' In tons and1 sold simply to I .' We guarantee Llggett's C b and absolutely free from al [ Just at nutritious as It <18 d Sold no Oilier Da Bi Mountain C Opposite C< THE PLACE THE K E.M.THOMA! Translation by the C< LlP tr-T I** 1. The night is sti Bp 1. Die Nacht ist sti mmmm iimmm i - vy climbs a - cross 1 Eph-cu rankt am Fcn-< | poco creto. ^dewhMgs^jewe^^the 1 Fer-len gldnxt des Tau-es B^jiy ^ ^ long^qtiicker breathe, T eilt dasfeiuJi-te Oras, L girls just budding into womanhood and it Is almost a crime that they | should thus be left on tbe streets unprotected. It Is simply an innocent I walk around town, but In doing so they are being watched by some who , are not chaste and pure and no one can tell what the temptation might be.! Our. young men are in the same dan ger. The street Is no place lor young people alter business hours. Fathers r_?e *1 t#wO, nftoH 4Mo I anu IUUIUC1D OllVUJU iwn HMVi <um matter. Keep them from temptation and their characters above suspicion. When character Is lost all Is lost. The rains for the past few days has been a great disappointment to' the farmers, as many of them are not done the harvest James D. Charlton has returned from Battle Creek, where he and his brother Will went to bring their sister Anna home. They have decided not to bring her at present and she and ber sister Jlayne and brother Will are still there and will remain for some time. Miss Anna has hot STT'S fl Y CANDY j :r pound Ij Candy Value rer Offered ? icr canuy, ai aii/nncrc ntai i ^ 'ou again. 1 w were never offered before T T )Uld be If they were not made 1 J advertise our candy counter. T 5 landy to be pi>e, wholesome, 1 J I Inferior ingredients. "It is T 2 elicious, and just as good as 1 5 it Saturday at 29c lb. ity Drug Co. if ourt House OF PURITY |t ? ? ? J NIGHT IS I (30U Naifit ist 5. jmposer. 11, the moon looks kind, The dew hi U der Mond scheitit Held, Wie Per-lc , . ==arP?=?:g I -Nl-iS> . ? J 2?I I ' T~|-V- -?m ^ ihy blind And throws a* ligl iter dicld: Ein Kranz im Gcu hi' 11 ^7 iBg J - -FT? err-" # ?* leatb, Bads bloom for which t iVass, Bi'e 2h'c - ne mi< dc J -Jij. i J=j ?dUlf f rT I a tempo. .' * he night is still, the moon looks kind >te AWd ist stiU, der Mond acheint liclil winter comes can only be Imagined. Cbai. B. SnodgrasB andifamUy baTe returned from Battle Creek and Ml. Clemens, Mlcln.wbeye they had been spending some time. Miss Ida ' Kittle, -who has been at the home of Mrs. Rose Burt for some time, returned to her home In Columbus today. Mrs. Cooper and children of Railroad street, have returned after an extended visit to friends In and around WellEtnirg, W. Va. . Mrs. M. J. Arnett and daughter, Lillie, have returned from a trip east Dr. C. H. Ice has gone to Mt. Lake Park on professional business, having been'summoned there by tele graph. . Mrs. Rosa Bailey, of Morgan town, who has been visiting at the home o( her sister, Mrs. C. E. Jolllffe, has gone to Ohio to visit her brother and slater. H. C. Andeneon has returned froth a visit to his old home'near Richmond j Virginia, He says there has been a I great Improvement in that , section In [the last few years and the price of real estate has Increased very rapidly. What Virginia needs is a Repub' lican administration of State affairs and the Old Dominion would begin a new life. The'Jamestown Exposition la a great advertisement of (he natural resources of the State. Rev. McCrea, of the Baptist church, has returned from a pleasant vacation spent with Rev. Bayles near Gladesvllle.' He will attend the Baptist Association next week at Terra Alta. Who la going to wear one of the rings In Phillip's window? Girls get a hustle on you. Only one more week to work. CONTEST CLOSES AUGUST 31, WAKE UP! The little child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Marsh, of Morgantown, was brought here for burial to-day. Mrs, Marsh was formerly Miss Grace McCray, of this cliv. The game of ball scheduled for today has ben postponed on account of the rain. The Fats and Leans will play next Wednesday. Mrs. C. E. Jolllffe and daughter. Sara, have gone to Littleton today. Mrs. J. S. Jolliffe is still very sick. See the 39c Weathered Oak Jardanler Stands in our window. Fairmont Furniture Co., Saturday and Monday. West Virginian want ads pay. Try one and see. Saturday and Monday, special 39c Weathered Oak Jardanter stand. Fairmont Furniture Co. Subscribe for the West Vlretnlan. STILL. B. LINDER. tugs jewels in the heath, An u glanzt den Tan-en Nans; Dcr i ps. |g - - ? 'm I >' ! I I ?Jg? it and mis - ty wreath. The i-ler-Mt so Uciss! JVle i j H _j ? ==?==^=== ?t?I r u JJT1 poco aocel r?ZZ he bee has pined; I haste a r Blii - tospricht; Mcin Fuss dnrch ?J--J, .-J d * ?j-j ?* accel ecretc. jt. a^wfr . Buds bloom for which the bee has . Die Bie ne mit der Blii - ie Rer. K. .T. Webb, pastor.?Sunday school at 9:30 a, m. The school will begin on time. Don't fall to. be present. Preaching: at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m., by the pastor: subjects, -"Melchlzedeck, King ot Righteousness and Lam A# iVIIlg Vl rwvcj a hub 1 jf1-/ Christ," and "Hearings With the Ear and Seeing With the Eye," the lite and character of Job. Epworth League at 7 p. m? led by Mrs. R. T. Webb; subject, "How God Used Miss Laura Ha'ygood for China," Luke 10:42, lv. 18. The fourth quarterly conference will be held next Tuesday evening nt 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Ladies' Aid Socletv next Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The place of meeting will be announced Sunday. Monongah?Prayer and class meeting at 10:30 a. m? and Sunday school at r p. m. You are cordially Invited to attend these services. Presbyterian Church. l-cv. 'H. G. Stoetzer, pastor.?Sabbath school, 9:30 o'clock, Prof. J. Walter Barnes, superintendent; lesson. "Israel Journeying to Canaan." Morning service, 10:45 o'clock; subject "The Story of a Man'Grew from Weakness lo Power Through Vision and Faith." Christian Endeavor Society. 7 o'clock; leader, Mrs. IV. s. Mayer?; topic, "Qhrlstinn Work In Maxico and South America." Ex. 20:1-C. Evening service, S o'clock; subjeci, "Temptations and Two Ways to Meet Them' | Mldweel service, Wednesday, 7?80 p. m. The pastor, vho has just retuwed, urges at! the members of- the church and congregation to be. present at the services and gives a cordial In vi a1 :ou to all others to- attend. Methodist Protestant Temple. .1. 0. Broomtleld, pastor?You are Invited to attend the following sc vices at the Temple tomorrow. Sunday school at 9 30 a. m.' public worship at 10:15 a. m? at which time a Sermon on "Honoring God with r-ur Substance" will be delivered by the I pastor; evangelistic service at 8 o'clock, with a sermon on "The Ne-v Birth, as set for In Christ's conversation with Ntcodemus." Owing to the return of our chorister and other mem-1 hers of the choir, who have been on their vacations, the music will be up to | Its usual standard. First M. E. Church. Main qtreet, Revl. G. D.Smrth, pastor.?9:30 a. m., Sunday school, C. W. Evans, superintendent; 10:45 a. m.. quarterly conference service; 7:00 p. m? Epworth League; topic, "Bearing False Reproach:" leader. Frank fiililiiill ' pined, The prim-rost spricht, ' Die Prim - ei (fe.2i^2>;3g $s===mM wind And come tli nicht: Zum Eph - ci J dim. hmmdm sheath,? Then o - pen y lass: Dann off- ne t (kx_# r i f J r' j . i - vy -wreath! The night i al - ks Mass / Die Naclit) pp[ tor on "the subject, "The Good Light of Faith." On Monday evening at 7:30 the last:quarterly conference for this,year will be held by the presiding elder, Rev. J. S. Robinson. First Baptist Church. Hev. W. J. Eddy, pastor.?The services for the day wBl be as follows: 10:45 sermon, "Feeling the Need of Our Times;" 8 p. m., sermon, "God's Anxiety for the Unsaved." The Sunday schools win met at the following hours: 9:30, 2:00 and 2:30. The B. V. P, U. will meet at *6:45. The membership are requested to be present at all the services. All friends of the church will-find a cordial welcome. Grace Lutheran Church. Itov. A. G. Null, pastor.?Sunday school' at 10 a. m? for parents and their children. Mr. J. F. Shatferman, superintendent. Preaching service at 11 a. m., subject. "Doing God's Will." This Is the "fourth sermon of the "Lord's Prayer" series. Vesper sorvice and evening sermon at 8 o'clock, "The True End or Aim of Life." j Everybody welcome. Every seat free. Christ- P. E. Church. Rev. M. A. Barnes,, rector.?Holy eucharlst, 7:30 arm.; Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; morning prayer and litany, 10:45 o'clock: first Sundays and festivals, second celebration of holy eucharlst, 10:45 a. m.; evensong, 7:30 p. m.; Friday, evensong, 7:30 p. m.; holy doys, holy eucharlst, 7:30 a. m. "Catholic Church. Rev. A. Boutlou, pastor.?Mass every Sunday at 8 and 10 o'clock a. m. Evening devotiftns at 7:30 o'clock, consisting of the rosary and benediction. Mass every morning during the week at 7:00 o'clock. ii ? Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Rev, J. W. Robinson, pastor.?Sun I day school at 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m., by pastor; subject, "A Wise Notlco;" B. Y. P. V. at 7 p. m., Sisters 5(ary Blue and Annie Moore will lead the topic. Preaching at S p. m. [ hy pastor; subject. "All Things Possible Through Faith." The public Is cor[ dlally Invited to all of the above. Straugers arcg Iven a hearty welcome. Second Edition of Daughter of-the Elm on sale soon. Leave your order at Globe Book Store. x Bee the 3?c Weathered Oak Jardanler Stands In our window. Fairmont Furniture Co., Saturday and Monday. <>ilhor?Hh? for fVo x\Tnaf. tHrtHnloti 1 j slips its jeal-ous sheatli, A ! off- net iltr Gc - lass, L _ r -"hMj~l r 1 "p ? m. j y win-dow-ledgo be-neath. T : - fm-tcr fUhrt der Pass. L i?I?I' l-U' I j h*a=ff=3&==m r WWII ? tide that churl-ish blind, oeit den La-den dicht, 5i ? f II* I j T- ?* nTT f f is still, the moon looks kind. 1st still, dcr Mond acheint licht, i J J J, ^ ^ ootid vooe. * ?mor?. . VERY ENJOYABLE Was Porch Party Given by the MImes Ruckman Last Evening. Misses Luclle and Katharyn Buckman entertained, a number of their young> friends last evening at their tome In Monongah In honor of their house guests, Misses Sarah and -Helen Swisher, of Charleston. The entertainment was to have been a lawn party, but on account of the hejvy rain a porch party was substituted In its Stead. Tbe broad porch was brilliantly lighted with many Japanese lanterns, and It was here that the hostesses and honor guests received their visitors. A number of out of door games which had been planned were abandoned, but equally delightful Indoor games furnished ample amusement. An "auction sale" was a game which caused much merriment; dancing was also Indulged In. An elegant course of refreshments was served by Larney Lloyd'of the New England Tea Room. The party made the trip to and from the city in a special car, which left hore at 6:30 and returned about nine o'clock.- Mrs. G. W. Smith, Mrs. John Phillips, Mrs. C. W, Swisher, and Mrs. J. E Paul, both of Charleston, accompanied tbe young people to Monongah. In the party were Genevieve and Maria Raymond, Susan Arnett, Florence Hawker, Amy Williams, Ruth Phillips, Mildred Haymond, Corn Wise, Olive ami Alta McNeeley, Helen Purlnton, Anna Flaherty, Mary Wise,, Helen Shaw, Edna Miller, Frances Flaherty, Paul Haymond anil George W. Smith. On Monday afternoon the Misses Haymond will entertain a-t Shady Side in honor of the Misses Swisher, and on Monday evening Miss Susan Arnett will give a dinner In their honor. A dinner dance at the Manley on Wednesday is also planned In honor of the! young ladles. In Honor of Mrs, Stoetzer, A very pleasant thimble party was given Friday afternoon by Mrs. Rev. J. C. Ely, of Spruce street,. Ih honor of Mrs. Herman Stoetzer, of Fairmont, and Miss Rose Orr, of Cleevland, O. The guests gathered at 2:30 and after spending most of the afternoon nvtip noariln u'nel* on 1 In f*nn? vcrsRtion they were shown into the dining room, whero a dainty repast was served. Mrs. Stoetzer presided over the coffee urn nnd Miss Orr served the chocolate. Those present hsldes the honor guests were Mrs. Mary P. Howard. o[ Washington, D. C? the house guest of Mrs. Ely; Mrs. J. J. Brown, Miss Dill ftpy Richards, Mrs, TavtA* "Dawsnn. of TTnionotwp; Ji| _ \ ?-C??p C * 63 c ^ ? up the flow'r-watched path I . kn Blum - enp-fad ver-fehV iclt pooo cretc. i-'r I i poco a poco cresc. he prim-rose slips its jeal-ous he Prim-cl off-wet ihr Ocpoco a poco cresc, = - .. frnrm b. I t. 11T i ad ? ^ ^ And kiss * me thro' the Ich UeV dich u her _ eoflotxx*. ^ffTTTl [JimTT rl ii KILLED BY POWDER EXPLOSION | trust tor many years; umanuy.Ki^w crisp; remains brought to-the mdj||||0 years old,'powder naUr tra 1e and tance from iti> iMimln: mill. The . ..