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ml Buy Here m That is that it isn't com | market prices for mercha ties bear such special and given in this ad. I HARRISON'S RELIABLE SI Silk Dresst Special for Remarkably We think they are the dresses shown anywher pf* to. OVER 300 DRESSES * ME38ALINES, TAFFETAS. POPI CHINE8, CHARMEUSE, ETC., Al iT..' AND WOOL COMBINATIONS. ^ You'll think first of all the moit reflect fashion'* latest trend. . You'll think with surprise and si pr~- the prices marked HARRISON'S RELIABLE DR _ if. MIL !- I ! women s *t> tiign B( SECOND FLOOR Children's 33.98 Astra* THIRD Men's 50c Underwear, THIRD $1.25 and $1.50 House Bay .. MAIN I Children's 75c Gingha: |'f' . THIRD Boy's $5.00 Suits, f SECOND FLOOR IMS JACK DIES ON MAPEL AVENUE Native of Scotland Came to America When 18 Years Old. * James Jack, aged G7 years, a well known resident of Maple avenue, died during the night at his homo on Maple tYenue after a long Illness. Mr. Jack was born In Scotlnnd near Blaagow, but came to America when lie wan aged 18 years. He was formerly employed about the West Fairmont (nine but for several years owing to % health had not beon actively on K.NHIHi Is survived by five children, Kdg ' ' mund. Russell, Leslie, Darrell ami B?V- Hiss Florence Jack, the latter a teacher In the city schools. His wife Is de ceased. A brother, Robert Jack, also SBrvtvea. Mr. Jack was a member or ?Sr, thB local Presbyterian church and had HKy. bean a member for many years. l& ~--?Funeral services will be held on SunSftv *A7 at 2:80 o'clock at the residence Hb ijmssirt wm te Wisdom Tomorrow mon sense to pay the high ndise when reliable quali I attractive prices nere as Again for tomorrow?just enough for Saturday'* bu*Ineii Another lot of high clasa $23.50 and $25.00 new fall and winter Women's Suits at \ mr si 9.75 THE FARICS ARE i Wool Poplins \ French Serges \ Gabardines Whipcords and fancy checks. Styles and sizes for woman's, misses and juniors. Rich'y trimmed and plainly tailjred styles- Belted and flare effects?various tendencies In the new cape collars Garments are silk or satin lined over a score of models to choose from. JIT OEPT., THIRD FLOOR. ?s?A Sale Saturday? Low Prices ; best and handsomest e this season at on n 0/t lO JSO.DU ill on display including .INS. STRIPE SILKS, CREPE-DEMO QUITE A NUMBER OF SILK dressy and prettiest stylet that they itisfaction that they are bargains at ESS DEPT., THIRD FLOOR. 1.50 and $5.00 newly rimmed Hats at 198 and $3.50 doesn't sound consistent, 5 it? But the intended es of these hats were $4.50 $5.00. TOMORROW?About 50 very stylish just recently from our own millinJust one of p kind. New ideas, styles and shapes, becomingly trimLINERY DEPT., THIRD FLOOR. .ot Shoes $5,00 :han Coats $2.98. FLOOR. garment 39c FLOOR. Di esses 98c. FLOOR m Dresses 50c. FLOOR. ipccial $3.98 I conducted by Dr. H. G. Stoetzer, of tl First Presbyterian church. Intennei will be made In Woodlawn cemetery BALDHEAD LOSE POLITICAL RAC VVINSTED. Conn., Nov. 10.?Tl llaldliead club of America has bet shaken by the elections, but Jot I Dodcracyer of Canaan, founder of tl | club, announced tliut not a pate i the organization would get away ovi it IJ? -? ? * ? ... ...I.IOCU, 1U1I1IM1H on 1110 IJl'ln r.ratli: ticket for tho General Asset bly. lost by 21 votes to William ltce wlioso crown Is abundantly adnrnei anil Congressman P. Davis Oakcy, < Hartford, president of the club, u for re-election, was unseated by Democrat. The annua) banquet of th baldheads will take place next weel Keep Calm. Listen to controversies, but do no interfere In them. The Lord bewor thee of vehemence nnd beat. If it hi In minutest expressions even. Pas sion is out of piuco in any discnssioi nnd more than ever In ? right cause for It befogs nnd befuddles It.?Gogol Words of Wisdom. If light is in n man. he shines; I darkness, he shades; If ills heart glow with love, he warms; if frozen wit Bullishness, he chills; if corrupt, b poisons; If pure-hearted, he cleanse . . >w- ^ ^ I' Mrs. McKlnney, librarian at the Nor mm scnooi, otten has some surprising j things to contend with. The other * day an excited looking Junior Xormal J girl came' hurrying toward her desk. 11 Mrs. McKlnney noticed that there was P a wild gleam in her eye and that to J say the least she was excited about something. Three feet or more from ? the desk she started: "Mrs. McKlnney, I want an antidote, P and quick please." 9 "Good Lord!" thought Mrs. McKin- ? ncy, and mechanically her hand reached out and pulled in a little morbid 9 ' looking, black hued book. "What kind of an antidote do you P j want?" . 11 "Oh. Just any kind of a one, but oh, please be quick, so milch depends on 0 ! it." ' j "Oh. mercy upon ine!" thought Mrs. 5 , McKlnney as her Anger raced down Z the page from Aconite to Arsenic and . i Jumped over and begun hopping from j [. oeuoaonnu to mae vttroi. tlv tnc ~ ; tlmo she was turning into the homo " 1 stretch with Yellow Dock and Xnnthoxylum the Junior girl began to get , j frantic. ' "Oh. don't ho so particular." sho!, cried, "any old kind of a one will do. Br. Barnes told us we bad to tell one , in class today and I've looked through v every funny magazine In the library and couldn't find a thing ami its only \ two minutes till class time." \ I Of (he 7S.4S.i.7C0 acres of New Mcx- a ico nearly half is public laud and 14,000,000 acres State land. Hanrhc:. q cover 12.000.000 acres, somewhat less than 2.000.000 acres is cultivated, and r less than COO,000 acres is irrigated, f Of the irrigated area 200.000 acres lie- t longs to individuals or partnerships., n .">0.000 acres to commercial organizsi t tions, 300,000 acres to cooperative or ! community organizations, ami 30,000 ' acres to Indians. The remainder is / I irrigatod undor Government declama- II | tion. and the area so served will be II | considerably Increased when the lands vj I below the Elephant Butte Dam are | untlllzed. I One of the greatest mineral resour- , ; ces of New Mexico ia coal, which oc- t I curs in the large fields west of Raton, i I at places near Cerrillos, about Gal- ( ! lap. and In several other areas. There < ; are also valuable mines of gold, cop- ; . per. silver, lead and zinc. The total ] i production of these nielals in 1915, ; j according to the U. S. Geological Sur- | I voy. Department of the Interior, had * a value of $19,279,468, of which $13.- , | 437.964 was copper, an output that ; 1 MELBA TOILET I Toilet Preparation the favor of the because of tl These preparations have present high state of perfe of research and experimen ed the approval of leaders c world and in healthfulness ducing qualities are absolut Every Day for Milad; Melba Rose Talcum Powder Melba Vegetable Oil Soap Mclba Foot Powders Melba Benzoated Astringent Melba Brill iantine Melba Face Cream Skin Food Mrs. Anna Christian whi fied with the laboratories o ing Company will spend t Drug Company, demonstra | j giving valuable suggestions u dial invitation is extended t selves of the opportunity. || HOLT PI I HAM CaaUIA Al Ii UI I ttuic \J 1 Vinol Crea because it contains | needed to replace e' strength, viz: Beef ;;! Peptones, Iron and hi tonates, Glyceropho: a mild tonic wine. 'I combination to rest! ? ity and vigor. It ha J; cent satisfaction fo VtT ^ w w Foil Formula i " Is always sold with a definite guai money if it fails to give satlsfactioi CRANE'S DRUG S i( Cinol is sold in Mannington by " Also'at the leading drng store I KanHMHBH . . .. ... . ' enoe m~ ? copper producer. Hid art Ut of soU wis fl,461,045- The Taloi ( tho coal mined In the State ii 915 was 16,481.361. The nae of artificial gas as a domes ic and Industrial fuel Is Increasing n households gas Is replacing coa or cookine and tn some extent to r oil gas manufactured and r<Id l lie United States in 1915 was an it t ' What to Do for Eczema Greasy salves and ointments shoul tot be applied if good dear skin i ranted. From any druggist for 25c o 1.00 for extra large size, get a bottl >f zemo. When applied as directed, i effectively removes eczema, quickl .tops itching, and heals skin trouble: ilso sores, burns, wounds and chafint it penetrates, cleanses and soothe: Jemo is a dean, dependable and incx tensive, penetrating, antiseptic liquit I?ry it, as we believe nothing you hav tver used is as effective and satisfying The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, o. 'REPARATIONS s that have won most fastidious teir quality. been brought up to their iption nffor fwnnfv vooro vv*v>* v\y* vllViiVJ JVHIO iting. They have receivif fashion throughout the , purity and beauty proely unsurpassed. Requisites y's Toilet Melba Cold Cream Melba Brandollne Melba Nail WhiteneMelba Lilac Toilet Water Melba Adoree Perfume Melba Rose Sachet 3 has been closely identif the Melba Manufactur\vo weeks with the Jlolt iting Melba products and i and beauty hints. A coro the ladies to avail themIUG CO. I d People tes Strength the very elements weakness with and Cod Liver Manganese Pep jphates, etc., with This is a splendid bre strength, vitals given ninety per r sixteen years. on Every Bottle 'antee to'return the purchaser's > Very tew bottles are returned. TORE, Fairmont the Prescription Pharmacy, in all West Virginia towns. testing, anil iu the Industries gas nalnly from by-product coke ovent i now used for raising steam am Iring open-hearth steel furnaces. Th dvantages of gas as a fuel, not th< east of which are Its cleanliness am is ease of control, are well known lany sm'all cities and towns are uslni :as brought by pipe lines from th irger cities where It is manufactut d. The untlllzatlon of artificial ga or illuminating, however, la decrea; ng. mainly because of compettlloi y electricity. The quantity of artilicial gas?ol nd water gas and coal gas made a etorts and by product coke ovensnarketcd and sold in 1913 was 260 04.248,000 cubic feet, valued at $173 >o?,io<s, accoi (iiriK in statistics cu octed by C. E. I.esher. of the Unite ItntPs Geological Survey. IJepartmeu f the Interior This was an Incrcas ( 25 per vent, in quantity and 17 pe ent. In value, compared with 191! he next preredlns year for which th tatistics of this lnudatrv were co f ted by the Geological Survey. The aggregate output of coal gas i 915 was 12$,103.346.000 cubic feel alued at $48,882,007. an lncreaso con: larcd with 1912 of 43 per cent, li unntlty and 33 per cent, in valut Vater gas enriched with oil. or cat iiireted water gas. Is more general! used in cities than coal gns and forn id about 47 per cent, of the tots uanlity of artiiiclal gas sold in 191; In California, Arizona and Orego icarly all the artiiiclal gas is mad rom oil and in some other state here are oil-gas plants. The quantlt - crease. compared with 191X ot 1? per - cent In quantity and IS par cent in ) mine. The areraje mine ot oil end i water gas In 1915 was 90 cents per 1,000 cubic teet, compared with 92 cents for coal from retorts. ** L JANITORS HOLD INSTITUTE 1 NEW MARTINSvrLLE. W. Va.. Nov r 10.?The first affair of Ita kind ever i, held in the state, and. It is believed' i, in the world, was a school janitor's I institute in Church district of this e country- Every janitor employed in L> the district attended, and the program i Included a discussion of the rules and . regulations of the Public Health Coun; cil. rate of drinking utensils, relation e of janitors to teachers, effect of tern.. peratures on the health of pupils, s proper care of outbuildings, relation of janitors to pupils, sweeping andi a dusting?why, when and how. and the: general care of school buildings and: II grounds. t American Rice Production Felt About 2,000,000 natives of Mlara are i engaged In the cultivation of rice, \ uuwei poison wmcn is Keeping your head dizzy, your tongue coated, breath ! offensive and stomach sour. Don't stay bilious, sick, headachy, constipat- j cd and full of cold. Why don't you' get a box of Cascarets from the drug store and cat one or two tonight ana enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver" and I bowel cleansing you ever experienced, i You will wake up feeling fit and fine. Carcarets never gripe or sicken like ; salts, pills and calomel. They act' so gently that you hardly realize you have taken a cathartic. Mothers should give cross, sick, bilious or feverish I I children a whole Carraret any time?1 | they act thoroughly and are harmless. I Jl A bite 1 y i Bevo is the one sol perfectly with a mea The flavor is delight touch of bitter from 1 that adds zest to th( A pasteurized bevei bottles?sure to be one cannot be sure milk. Grocers sell J Yours can supply yc Bevo is served every Ani t The Harris-Ha The Stevens ; 1 "x ' - ' ?> sV The Populfcr Specialty Store for \ ~Q 7" kV Kaw Runcalow iv ?-j%? I AProns-th# very TVoWiV best styles. | ~ j New Serge and Wo( | We K Dresses at choic | $ 9.75 scfpe: h $12.50 ?!ra|j v ine r 8 $14.75 price _J see tl 8 Select Your Nev & Coats for Women and 1 !| $14.75, $17.75, $19.75, $21.7; Exceptional values in Su ^ $21.75, $23.75, $26.75, up to Head Stopped Up? Try the Vick Van- < V* Applied in Stive Form. Orer Throat tic and Chett Relieve* by Inhalation ^ and Absorption. t> Yapor treat moots aro best for inflamma- pi tions of tho air passages. Tho vapors Fc carry the medication diroctto tho inflamed to surfaces without disturbing tho stomach, ah as internal medicines will do. A very con- tic Oualitv TU ? * X XI Purity ces Accuracy tee Safety pr' Mountain Cit i Opposite Coi to eat and a b ________ d ^i romp ;t drink that goes bottle, at inns, rei 1?or a sandwich. department and c iul?with just the grounds, baseball the Saazer Hops tains, dining cart : meal. other places when rage in sterilized ae? are sold. Lo pure?something t?e crown top of e of in all water or Guard against subi 3evo by the case. bottle opened in frc >u? ing that the seal is where, 10 cents a crown top bears th ieuser-Busch, St. Loi rdy Company, Charles General Distributors on Company, Local Di ! * . / -.V v] j nut the large Increase iu the jiroduct tion of Amcricnn rice Is having the j e effect of reducing the Slum crop. r ?-* ' Rainfall In Bombay. ? Bombay averages more than 72 i Inches of rain n year nn.l gets most ? of It within four or five months. litlousT \ CLEAN LIVER AND ! BOWELS TONIGHT a Don't Stav H?aHa#?_hv- !* !* ?? Uaua i I Bad Breath and Sour Stomach i ! Wake Up Feeling Fine! Best Laxar tiwe For Men, Women and e Children - J tTFi Ji lot I itft JK ^ORK W^ILEY^ SLEE^f Enjoy life! Remove the liver and i Vomen'i ?nd Ml??e?' App*r?l^^^ J Stylish New H MnH sifA? 3fi tn 4ft n il Poplin Dresses 1 : have just received a 9 e assortment of new S ; Frocks, in Navy Blue, g n Blue, Green & Black, B ?ht line effects, cut in fk lewest styles and the IK s are very low. Come, S hem. v Winter Coat ^ Misses at $7.95, $12.50, flj S, up to $39.75. its at $16.75, $19.75, j $31.75.. Can't Breathe? O-Rub Treatment ni?nt T?por treatment is a good applica>n of Vick's "Vap-O-Eob" Salsa over the roat and cheat, ooTered with a want anal cloth. Tha body heat releasee pors that are inhaled with every breath, ening tho air passages, loosening the degra, and healing tho raw surfaces. >r deep cheat colds, first apply hot wet wels to open the pores. Vick'e is then aorhed through tlia akin, taking out that [htneae and soreness. USc. 50o, or >1.00. WSALVE e four elements of sucisful medicines guarand by our label on your jscriptions. . y Drug Co. ~ .-a I in nouse nmmamar ottle of I taurants, groceries if Irug stores, picnic parks, soda fount, steamships and t refreshing beverok for the Fox on very bottle. ititutes. Have the int of you first seeunbroken and the le Fox. UIS 'Il '* ston, W. Va. istributors.