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I Why Pay $25.00 ?
for Your New Fall jj
Suit ? J
"When you can buy the ?
samp identical Suit here Jj
Suits Ilk* picture of whipcorde,
9 other medele especially priced
at 919.60, reflecting all the new
fashion touches that well-dressed
women will wear this Fall. | ji
You'll be enthusiastic over I
these smart Suits?their 0
styles arid fabrics that we
I priced especially at $iy.50. I
?Third Floor?
Merrifield-Lipaette. 11
f?. Mrs. Lottie Lipsette and Thomas
Kg" ' Merrifleld both ot Las Vegas. N. M.. v
v'- were married Tuesday. September
riy' 12th, at Laiunta. Col. Mrs. Merrifleld 1
c.,; had spent some time with relatives h
In Missouri and en route home was
Bt Layjunta by Mr. Merrlfield. a
lately after the ceremony Mr. 8
re. Merrlfleld left for Las Ve- >'
hd?fe they will reside. Mr. Meris
the son of Mrs. Prlssciila 1
leld of Wilson street. He lias D
ooated in Las Vegas for several 8
as an inspector for the Sante
Iroad company. The newly mar- '
ouple expect to come to Fair 1
the latter part of the month to
Mr. Merrlfleld's mother and 11
relatives. P
At Cook Hospital. |>
s Mabel Barnes is ill of typhoid 1
at Cook Hospital.
Mrs. Edna Parks Dead
l Edna Parks, formerly Miss Ed- v
tans, of this city, died Thursday
r home in Eikins. She was a 8
of Mrs. Charles Pitman of this '
rod has a wide circle of friends elatlves
here. Funeral services
held today and interment wai 1
at Phlltppi.
- ~
Here from Baltimore,
ises Elsie Stein, Roee Hurtwltz
Rose Freedman, of Baltimore,
are guests of Miss Fannie Funt
lorgantown avenue. The young
i will be the honor guests at Bevdelightful
affairs being planned
telr friends.
Mr. Harter ln|ured.
E. Harter, of Wilson street, is
ring with a badly cut face. Mr.
ar was Injured while employed ou
1. and 0. railroad.
Ill of Grippe,
ink Amos, of Guftey street, is ill
ss Jane Richards, of Pruntytown,
Siting relatives here,
rs. Blshoff has returned from a
> weeks visit at Board Tree,
r. and Mrs. Fay Donaham are visj
relatlvee at Katy.
;i" Not Rleh Enough to Be Ruda. *
E Hewapapet. readers have all been a
|? tpld that trf ae requisite for being t
g*; ,.!>?? W>dFV doty" In New Tork U e
BaK~f?* wlMlilittll "* And the Tlew finds t
Sfenott It U tola. Inside the charmed .
c:"; <noe Itselfc 'At an evening party with 5
Bj> eongMrde nam the Metropolitan one e
fei ? the proudest queens left In the mid- t
P'v ffladtfheprogram, says Harper's Mag- a
f| A rival, whose dislike of nroslo
f- tn* jdpraHy genuine, rose to follow '
fc hety.<Mt ws? detained by the gentle- S
man. to her ltde, himself a wit and j
Wis '.ajatoW-arWter of the elegancies. "No, t
10 Baar ladj," he said, "you aren't
E rteS month to leave early. Mrs. A.
has tin times your money?it's all J
p tight for her, bnt yon most b?>poUt? .
and stay tlll~ the end 1" *
Evening Chat | ^
The Moaongahela River tor the past
no week* ba* been getting greener
ad more green until now It 1* a
6?P BQfillld color lfl of
srlbable beauty. Many persons notig
this color often Idly wonder why
le water 1* green, they look at It a*
ley pass by on the train or np and
own in a lrjul bh auiey auer remara
bout the rlchnese of the color yet not
na out of a hundred of thoee that
se the color know just why It ap-.
ears bo.
Most everyone knows that.the.nstral
color of water la not. That Is
> say that It Is colorless. Thus a
ure stream bf water or lake that
sutalns but little foreign matter to
olor It apears bine In the day, reacting
the oolor of the sky, while at
lght it appears black.
Inland rivers : nd small ponds howver,
as soon as the mud from the
arly spring floods has settled, lose
heir yellow color and take on this
reen appearance gradually until by
tie in the fall the color is very inarms.
This Is due to the countless billions
f small cellular vegetable matter
bat grows In such water when It la
ot rapidly moving. These cellular
rowths are known aa algae. These
lgae differ from the average bactei>
ti growth In that they contain chlorphyll,
or green vegetable coloring
latter, and are also considerably larer
than th-- average disease- germ,
'hese algae are In the main harmsss
and are digested, when one
rinks the water, in much the same
tanner that other green vegetables
hat are used for food.
Rev. Murrey Here.
Numerous local people will attend
he Baptist church tomorrow to hear
lev. P. II. Murrey, of Flemington, who
ras formerly the pastor of the Moongah
church. As scheduled Rev.
lurrey will speak at 11:00 a. m and *"
t 7:30 p. m. He arrived in town this
fternoon and was greeted by a host
f friends.
King Back. C
Lee King, a local boy who has been ir
laying with the Wheeling base bpll ei
earn arrived In town last evening a
rom that city and was heartily con- 01
Tatulated by local admirers. For tl
ome time King has been among the ai
Ig figures of the Stogie line-up and o!
een doing exceptionally good work
tiring the past season.
Welnie Roast. ^
Wenles were the predominating tea- h
lire last evening at Tank Hill, when 01
number of young people of this town si
njoyed a welnie roast. Games were b
layed, whllo stump speeches, comic t(
olos and other selection likewise ad- tt
ed to the affair. The chaparones n
rore: Mesdames. Glen Fleming. Howard
Meredith, Thomas Kskcth and
tome liawson.
Miss Neil Barker left this afternoon 0
o spend the week end with parents h
n Morgantown. ci
Harry Bice was a business caller e
o Fairmont yesterday. _
Miss Helen Manley of near Eidora- o
was a social visitor here yesterday,
Hershcl Smith was calling 011
rlends in Fairmont yesterday afterlOOU.
Miss Maud Walsh, of Fairmont, was
isiting friends here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Judy have reurned
after a short visit to Clarksurg.
Miss Clara Koon. Mrs. Alvie Yost
nd Miss Mamie Yost were among the
hoppers from this town in Fairmont
Mrs. William McCray of Country
'lub and sister, Mrs. Brooks, of Baltinore.
Md? were shopping in Monon:ah
Mr. and Mrs. Berdlne, of Worthingon.
were visitors to Monongah yescrday
on business.
Mrs. William Stanhagen. of Fairaont,
was among the Fairmont shopiers
in town yesterday.
William Walters, of Wheeling, was
icre yesterday morning attending to
G. B. Nicholson is spending the
reek end in Clarksburg on business.
Vfn? Tr*******
*?11 o. HIIIJ tiaucoi ui uuuiiiovuiu, nan
isiting relatives here yesterday.
George Irwin, of Fairmont, was a
octal caller to Monongah last evenng.
Parkersburg, West Va. ? "I was suferlng
from weakness and nervousness,
had the trouble common to my age.
used Dr. Pierce'9 Favorite Prescripion
for this trouble and was surprised
hat it helped me so much. I was glad
took it, I have been so much better
ver since." ? Mas. Jir.r.a Dplaxsy,
05 Green St., l'arkcrsburg, \V. Va.
Parkersburg, West Va.?"I read the
ymptoms of female trouble in Dr.
Perce's little book. It described my
ase and I made up my mind to try
he 'Healing Suppositories.' They
rere recommended to me by n lady
rhom they had helped. I had iuflar.ination
and congestion and was anloved
and suffered from it until I
ound these 'Suppositories.' I U3e
hem every third day and the effects
re very satisfactory. I have used two
exes and am now using the third,
fou may use my indorsement In any
ray that will help other women." ?
diss allies Lewis, sogfi Market 8t,
'arkersbutg, W. Va. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
true Mead to women in ttmes of
rial and at times of pain when the
(fan*, are not performing fhelr ftmcion*.
For headache, backache, hot
lashes, catarrhal condition, hearing
own sensation, mental depression,
laziness, fainting spells, lassitude and
vVianafion asnmen alinnld wenee foil
> take thli tried and one / woman'*
ledlcine. ??>>.
Prepared {rata natuiefe root* end
Lcrbs, it cofitalna - no aloahtl or oarotic,
nor any harmful ingredient,
n either tablet or liquid form. Write
>r. Pierce. Invalfda' Hotel, Buffalo N.Y.,
odar. Get bookduraouieo'e dueaaee,
ant Jrm,
Doctor Pierce** Plennt Pellet* ngnite
and invigorate atomach, liver end
owela. Sugar-coated and eaay to take
a candy. Put^p .in eealed viaa?a
crfect vest-pockpt remedy.
'( tbachcr Pvr tj *
\ walter |h tw5
( cioser todat . / *7
\fer wmspbrimtf/ i h
THE. '
Donley 8. Jones, Correspondent, 7!
Members of Captain A. N. Prichards I
ompany which was In service dur-i
ig the Cival war were delightfully
utertalncd by Captain Prichards son,!
. W. Prlchard, at his beautiful home1
a Washington street. The old gen-!
eman had a very pleasant reunion ;
ad greatly appreciate the hospitality
t Mr. Prlchard and his family.
Business Expands.
Mr. John Dell, manager of the
7oolen Tailoring Bhop is enlarging
is business. A new cutting and tail-1
ring department has been added up-1
:airs and the down stairs room will
e used for display only. A compe-.
!nt designer has been secured tn i
ike charge or the cutting departlent.
Buys Store.
Donley Jones has purchased the
'ewe Stand and Sporting goods store
n Market street which was formerly
wned by V. E. Smith. A complete
tie of sporting goods, office supplies,
aineras and supplies, cigars, tobacco
tc., will be carried at all times.
Ross F
Masonic Tem
) Wdt Main St., Bell Phone 93 M
Com Roast.
The local order of the Eastern Star
Kave a Com Iloast at the lluey Bung-j
alow at Salt Lick Thrusday afternoon.
About fifty members were present and
all report an excellent time.
Old Resident.
Alfred Reynolds Snodgrass. a pio-;?
neer of this district, died at his home | I
in Joetown Thursday, September 14.;
aged 90 years. His two brothers I i
and two sisters survive. Funeral ser- j
vices and interment were held at the ':
Snodtrrass cemeterv Saturday at one i ]
o'clock. <
Harry Connelly, a former resident, '
now with the South Pcnn Oil Company
at Pittsburg. Is in town calling .
on his many friends.
An eight-pound daughter was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunn Thursday.
Miss Beryl Stewart has returned
from a visit to Fairmont.
Miss Sarah Fttrbee, of Center street,
has returned from a visit to Baltimore.'
Mr. and Mrs. Sands and children,!
No Talking
to Make tl
No talking machine mai
invite a public comparisc
artist's voice and the rej
r** k\r o 11f 1 TUT mark
machine could sustain su
has been tested in this mannc
thousand people. Great artists f
Anna Case, Alice Verlet, Ch
kaiser, Elizabeth Spencer,
Middleton, Thomas Chalmers
nave matched their voices agt
Creadons thereof and two hu
lovers have confessed their ina
real voices from Edison's ReNot
a Thlktng
The New Edison is not talkine mac
music. It literally re-creates music,
derful musical instrument
Come to On
We want to give you an Edison Mus
Cation on your part. It will be a plea
wonderful new invention which Mr.
urniture Co
irniture Worth Living Wit
iple 4 Jeff
.. '
? ~ Mr
if McWhorter, has returned to their tome
after a viBlt with Mrs. Sands '"r
sister, Mrs. U. B. Howard. c',s
W. J. Kraua has gone to Atlantic ?
City, where he will spend several ?
weeks. fe^.
Haul Deltra. of Fairmont, the new
manager of the McCrory store, Is a
business visitor In town.
Mrs. D. S. Jones and sons. St. Clair
inrt Billy, have returned from a visit
with relatives In Moundsville.
Misses Margaret and Agnes Gras?r
will leave Saturday for Wheeling
:o attend Business college.
Mrs. Beatrice Ambrose is visiting
relatives in Fairmont.
The Woman's Cristian Temper- 1
nice Union of Fairmont, says the
Evangolistic superintendent, M. E. I
Jreen. was clad to shake hands with
[lev. Lawler and give him a welcome I
jnce more to our town as pastor of the l|
Baptist church. ?=
Mrs. Meredith, of Fairmont, was a ?
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. Onepackage
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
er Dares
lis Test
mfacturer dares to
>n between a great
iroduction of that
tin#* Mn folUnir
tmvi iviii ){|^
ch a test.
;r before two hundred
such as Marie Rappold,
ristine Miller, Marie
Helen Clark, Arthur
i, and numerous others,
dnst Mr. Edison's Reindred
thousand music
ibillty to distinguish the
Creations of them.
hine. It docs not re-produce
It is the world's most won*
rs> .CfriM ^
w KJ+\SW ?
icale. There will be no oblisure
to us to demonstrate this
Edison has licensed us to sell.
erson Street
. ^V
f "* -.V1 - . : I V
J Th? Popular Spoolalty Storo f?r V
prices ^edflSBD
tmed Hats
men of a
I Trimmed Hats
[$3.50 to $20
ek-end guest of John A. Snodgrass
1 family. re
lalph Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
nbenspeck and son, and Mr. I .an- y,
d, of Pine Groce, were week-end
>sta of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Story. p.'
dr. and Mrs> Andrew Martin, of
nninglon. were week-end guests of
. anil Mrs. Frank McCray. a
ilrs. C. M. Clelland. Mrs. J. G. Tayand
Mrs J K. Mi-Bee attended the : at
irksburg Fair Wednesday j M
How to Keep Ye
(1) Carefully regulate the chl
(2) Spray the child's nose ar
with a mild antiseptic solution suet
cf Glycothymollne- (Do not spray
(3) Have the child brush Its
(4) Keep the child on a plain t
of sweets. (Fruits should be waal
(5) Outdoor exercise Is essent
from grouping at this time.
The above applies especially tc
at all times with equal force to all
as scarlet fever, diphtheria, measle
Director of Divlslo
Your "Selli
Every page in the 6
is consulted daily by the
people who have the me
also have the desire, and i
advertisement of your go
trade you are after.
Telephone orders are
handle. Get your share
advertisement in the Bell
Gall the Business Off
the advertising rates.
Rm^ wr
Vomen'a and MImc?' Appall*?
uU' MtCM Tg
New Fall | ]
considering the style require- f
>ur Custodiers we et the same M I
r lose sight of the fsot that u|
Y Is also a necessnrv consider- St H
te buying public, therefore we ?
nubled the most complete end S
play of trimmed and untrlni- S
and Trltimings at those prices i
commodate themselves to wo- nj
verage purse. K
Untrimmed Hats
$1 to $9.901
Mrs. A. M. Haines, sr., Is visiting
latives In Chicago.
J. Y. Hamilton. J. C. Yost, Arlie
Dst, W. H. Kuntz and B. L. Amons,
Jr., were business visitors In
ilrmont Thursday
Oliver Shurtlelf, of Morgantown, was
Falrvlew visitor this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Amnions, sr.,
tended the G. A. It. re union at ?
mining ton this week.
I 1 1 3a
luncheon is always appetizing
I dainty when your table is supid
with fresh laid eggs sweet
.ter and high grade dairy prods
such as we always keep on
id fresh every day. Our wholeae
coffees teas peanut butter,
res and relishes make appetizing
reels when the appetite Is coittlsh.
hicago Dairy Co.
309 Madison Street.
or Child From
id's bowel* with castor oil.
id throat morning and evening
i a* Dobell'a Solution, Llsterlne
forcefully, but gently).
teeth thoroughly morning and
wholeoome diet with a minimum
led before eating).
lal; but children should be kept
) Infantile paralysis. It appll**
the diseases of childhood sueh
s, whooping-cough and chloksn*
Health Officer.
C. R. WEIRICH, M. a '
n of Preventable Diseases,
State Health Dept.
ng Story"
ell Telephone Directory
rnsands of just those
ana to purchase many
% prominently displayed
ads will reach the vary
profitable and easy to
of this business 1 An
Directory will help!
ice to-day and ask for
<o. Loe*L
>KT. W. VA.

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