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i | Better Buy Wearables While
We're Still Advertising Them!
THIS IS WARNING?Our advertising will soon be
"gifts only."
No matter how interesting the garment news, there will be little space
to give It after the Christmas rush Is on.
You had better READ CURRENT ADVERTISING
CLOSELY.
Handsome Women's Suits
The Nearness of Christnas (tl Q 7C
Makes This Price of . . .. *r
['. THEY ARE REPRICED FROM HIGHER GRADE LINES OF COURSE,
AS THEIR CLEVER DESIGNING AND CAREFUL TAILORING SHOW.
Suits of fine serges, poplins and
gabardines, plain tailored or velvet
trimmed. More than a score of
models at this one sale price?
aii worth nwr.cniiRTH
New Dresses
$7-98> $12-50, $14.50
Charming dresses in the
i| Serges, taffetas, rr.essalincs. pop'' BttiH
Vlaj' lins- crepe-de-chine, charmeuse; in
? atlons of Georgette, embroidery,
& beadwork and other pretty touches.
Af /l\ Visit the dress section
ti: - - ^ TOMORROW.
? ' DRESSES AND SUITS?THIRD FLOOR
As if they've been dropped from a Zeppelin
? They're Here?
Imported Dolls A-plenty
W I W I Everything from a wee baby doll
yJUT to an American beauty that's as
J) big as a two year old.
And even the old fashioned dolls that gossip said
wouldn't be here this year.
UNBREAKABLE DOLLS, jointed dolls, character dolls, baby dolls?
dolls of various occupations.
At any Price from 2oc to $10.00,
? . TOYS, THIRD FLOOR
^-L-I-P-P-E-R-S^
?When
father gets home at night what does he ask
for? When mother comes home after a hard shopping
trip what does she first ask for?even before she
hunts up a house dress.
And when the children get roady to settle down for an evening at
home among the picture books, blocks and dollies, what do they do first
thing? PUT ON THEIR SLIPPERS.
So Slippers Are Good Christmas Gifts.
because they symbolize comfort, good will and restfulntSs.
This store is well supplied to supply the new kinds as well as the good
old fashioned ones, but we must warn you to be prompt for some of the
better kinds perhaps will not be here long and cannot be reordered.
For Men For Women
EVERETTS AND ROMEO DAINTY FELT SLIPPERS.
?.L?Pf.R=Sn 5!? 3"d at turn leather ejl'les and heels.
$1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. d |bb tr|mmed, 15 colFANCY
FELT SLIPPERS, . ... \
tan, grey, black and brown, 50c, ' a s zes at $100' 51,35 and
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. $1.60.
Indian Moccasins For Girls
In grey, tan and red at $1.00, FELT SLIPPERS, much like
P$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. mothers at 75c, 80c, 90c and $1
WOMEN'S FANCY FELT SLIPPERS In every good color, all sizes.
Soft sole, no heel at 50c and $1.00.
Pretty Fur Sets Fo solid comfort
for Children Buy Him a
There Isn't a set In the store liflth Hflho
that wouldn't thrill the heart of 1SU.III 1\UUV
any nttie gin. he 11 grow as fond of it
A good collection of as his favorite cigar,
white, gray, brown and and It Will be as nice years from
black effects in new and ,ntow " 14 " when he recelv0"
ft : clever styles with prices A. co no
ranging from $1.75 to A flroup ^L(r?? .ever.
r>; $b.5U. al designs, blues, greys, tans,
WOMEN'S BLACK CONEY browns, etc. Just dark enough.
MUFFS, long silky fur large with cord? to match.
only".. a.etu."... .,5'.??.. .$3.50 and at S3'98 t0 56.50
ftCNiiiMc Drn rnx fur aft V/ool and wool finished Bath
GENUINE RED FOX FUR SET, Robe, , new and
large barrel muffs?and long u?,?. /_ .
scarf, head and tall trimmings, omo have ,llPPBr? to
satin lined, $25.00 ?ets$19.50 ' MAIN FLOOR
FAIRMONT. WVA. ^"4
rHE WEST VIRGINIAN?FA
Smsemj
IMrnWm^
fArtMON
We had to keep them aim?
a whole year to sell
Crepe and 1
Kimo
"Way Under Pr
It Is said that the egg king In Chic,
stores them with the idea of making
the highest market. We bought thesi
prices Started to advance. We stor<
Now we are selling them to you at las
oan be bought now.
Some Differcnc
SI.25 and $1.50 j
I Plain and figured designs In an en
styles.
o;n, i.'i
It vi; i nuj CIIIX 11UIIUUU.1
Alsc kimonos of ducking fleece an
I the hiohest market. We bought these
KIMONOS?TH
\ || MANNINGT
Donley S. Jones, Correspondent, 79
s F; ncy Work Party. I li
h Thursday afternoon Mesdatnes T. | u
S Rymer and Fred A. Itviner were
8 i hostesses ui a fancy work party given j a
11 at the homo 01 the former in honor of j J,
SI.'firs. W. U. Rymer, of Berkeley ^
j Springs. Those who attended were: |
Mrs. W. G Uymer, Mrs. \V. ! Voting., "
i Mrs. II. It. Furbee, Mrs. F. E. Furbee, Mrs.
John Gunlaugh, Mrs. S. E. Phil-' j
j lips, Mrs. \V. L. Mitchell, Mrs. M. L.
Hurt, Mrs. H. 11. Stewart, Mrs. Ernest: J
1 ( onawuy, Mrs. 1. W. Davis, Mrs. M.
.dyers and Miss Laura Burt. After |
an enjoyable afternoon'luncheon was
; j erved.
I
Entertained Club.
Mrs. Lucian Boor entertained tlio I
! N'on-de-Script Club Wednesday afterI
noon at a fancy work party. At five
o'clock a delicious luncheon was ?
: served. Several invited guests were J
II present.
Personals. i
1 Mr. and Mrs. Altio Atha have return j
(<1 from Akron. Ohio, where they were |
visiting the former's mother.
Mrs. Caleb llur1 antl son. A M. Burl,
I have returned front a visit to Wheel-1
I ins- !
; Dr. Thoebe Moore is a professional
| visitor in Baltimore. hid.
E. C. Buzzard, of Waynesburg, Pa., i
B: is a business visitor in town.
I; Ilruce iiess has returned to his !
B | home in Cowan after several days
i I visit in this city.
l* | Mrs. Arch Hurt has gone to Cleve-1
i! land. Ohio, where she will visit with
Mrs. A. K. Todd.
i James Michael has returned from a
I business visit to Fairmont.
Miss Pearl Morgan has returned
from Morgan town where she was visiting
with friends,
i'aul Armstrong has returned to his
|f Let Rssinol Make
jj^ Year Sick Skin Well
! That itching, burning skin can almost
certainly be licue-d! Tiie lirst line
of rcsinol ointment seldom fails to give
instant relit f. With
tho licit) ai rosinol
; r.otip, tiiis soothing, / y /
healing ointiucnt usu- p?./ /.
; ally dears away nil l|Wf ^ \ i |
: trace of eczema, ring- \iijy
worm, rash or similar Jl
: tormenting, s leep-pro- ^ /
venting hkin-diacasea
ni quickly ana :iu lutlft coat. I hysicians
S Imve prescribed rcsinol ointment r?*gu3
j lurly for over twenty years, bo you need
Jjj n??t hesitate to use it ircely. {Sold by
J; all druggists.
Is Your Toilet Soap
Injuring Your Skin?
8 j Many Inilrl. soaps contain harsh, in- '
I jtiriom-. alkali. Tlosinol sonp contains
absolutely no free alkali, and to it is !
| added the resinol medication. This I
g gives it soothing, healing properties !
B which clear the complexion, comfort j
jjj tender akins and keep tho hair healthy, j
HIS DEEP-ROOTED
ILLS YIELDED
I0JM0RTH
W. M. Delaney Writes Appreciatively
to Crane's
Drug Store,
L I
Thin la an entirely new local endorsement
of the superlative family
nerve tonio which is being sold in
phenomenally large quantities at
Crano'B,
"Had trouble with indigestion and
with bowels for many yotam Took
nil kinds of medicine, which gave temporary
relief. Had urinary trouble for
two years.
"Have taken Nerv-Worth for six
months and am feeling fine Working
every day. I am 64 years old.
"W. M. DELANEY."
Nerv-Worth whets the appetite, aids
digestion, adds flesh, restores restful
sleep, rouseB the liver, regulates the
bowels, banishes sick (and nervous
headaches and other aches and pains
and builds up run down systems. If
it does not do this for you your dollar
back at Crane's Drug Store,
IRMONT, FRIDAY EVEN!
>st under lock and key for
lannelette
nos
esent Prices'*
ago buy* great quantities of egga,
prices go up?and sella them on
! Kimonaa on year ago?when the
sd them for you since that time,
t year's prices far lower than they
e, Isn't There?
TV" /?4 /tA
n.imonos di.uu
dless array?all colors?sizes and
at $2.50, S2.9S to $6.50.
d flannelette a' $1.25, $1.50, S1.75
Kimoncs one year ago?when the
IRD FLOOR
;
ON NEWS I
West Main St., Boll Phone S3 M
ome in Fairmont after a visit to this !
ity. ; J
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Cartwrlght I
nil children have returned lo iueir|i
ome in nrancliland, \V. Va., after a j
ionth's visit with the former's moth ! i
When I
Diern
Eiecti
He discovered an elem
providing for the comfort
race is greater than even
ter can fully realize. Pre
versity says that when all
ed, cooled, cleaned, heatec
sis of the lungs will disap
lives are being saved, thoi
and millions are made ha
seen, immaterial force oJ
no greater than the servi
tributes it.
A Service
That Acta
The Monongahela Valle
tains a corps of skilled ei
are at the seijvice of ever
uses or desires to use elec
paper advertising staterr
the company, and everyo
selves of the feature.
This service itself is fr<
telephone. If your electri
Bell 1000, Consol. 423-Y.
loan you another until yo
is no charge for services,
ally required.
If you contemplate wir:
denartment. will o-ivo mil
- -I ? ' w J
ance obtainable.
If you contemplate elec
ing plant, we urge you b
engineers. They have mi
the requirements of ever}
obstacles and how to ovt
find their advice will sav<
well as installation exper.
For the home we have
display room, First Stree
Washing machines, manj;
toasters, electric heating
"motors and what not, all o
anteed to be satisfactor
will be glad to demonstrai
The
Bell Phone4000
[NG, DECEMBER 8, 191&
Fr, Mrs. C. J. Toothman of Rymer, and
Mr. Cart Wright's sister, Mrs. j. P.
Sturm, of the Brookbslde addition this
:ity. j
Mrs. J. S. Leggett, of the Brookslde j
addition, has" gone to Clarksburg for'
1 few days' visit with friends.
Luther Wilson has returned from a
visit to Broomfield.
A. C. Frazier. of Washington. D. C., j
Is here for a visit with friends in town.
A. B. Ford has returned to bis home
In Salem, W. V'a., after a visit in this
city.
B. & 0. Baggagemaster T. Downs
Is home from a visit to Chicago.
T. A. Bonnar, of Elklns, W. Va.. is
a visitor in this city.
Eugene Jones has returned to his
home in Moundsville after a visit to
this city.
Frank Marshall has gone to Akron.
f)? where he has accepted a position. |
M
Mannington Church
Holds Revival
The Mannington Christian church
began a revival last Tuesday evening
with Evangelist W. H. Boden of Ohio,
doing the preaching and the pastor.
B. F. Smith, leading the music. A
deep Interest has been manifested
from the first and the outlook for a
good meeting is splendid.
There will be four services Sunday.
The Bible school which meets at 9:30
is making a special effort to have a '
large attendance. At 10:45 Evangelist
Boden will speak on the subject
Gathering To Christ." In the afternoon
at 3 o'clock there will be a sno- :
cial service for women and girls and
tlio subject of the address will be
What a Woman Can Do." At 7:30 in
Llie evening tjie sermon subject will
be "A Problem in Profit and Loss."
A good chorus choir is providing inspiring
music and special musical numbers
arc given at almost every scr- ;
rice.
"ranklin
vered
ricity
ent whose usefullness iri
; and welfare of the human
we, two hundred years laifessor
Fisher of Yale Unihomes
are electrically light
I and ventilated, tuberculopear
forever. Hundreds of
Lisands are being prolonged
ppier by the use of this unF
nature. But its value is
ce which provides and disDepartment
ally Serves
y Traction Company mainlectrical
mechanicians who
y person in Fairmont who
tricity. This is not a newslent,
but a fixed policy of
ne is urged to avail them;e.
All you need to do is to
ic iron refuses to work, call
We will send for it and
ur own is repaired. There
only for the material actuing
your house, our service
the best advice and assist
trifying your manufactury
all means to consult our
ide a specialty of studying
r business. They know the
ircome them, and you will
5 you operating expense as
ise.
every convenience at our
it and Fairmont avenue,
jles, electric irons, electric 1
pads, electric percolators, *
f the best quality and guary.
Courteous attendants
te any of these to you,
Monong
Tractic
First S
-y . X _ ... ti<
;*'S " ' " '
jy The Popular Specialty Store ft
Store Hours A0 ?^
8 a. in. to
6:30 p- " ^^aii.i.1
^gH
| Visit Our
^ Our specialty is ART
A. Some quaint, some comit
^ BLE. These DOLLS pr<
DREN and ELDERS ali
Dutch Boys and Girls,
A T-* 1 1
or rsoys anci uiris, in la
gj ALL DOLLS OF ALL ]
Also the N
MAIDEN
8jL Bring the Children?
MURDER IN CLARKSBURG
CLARKSBURG, Dec. 8?Louis Carboni
was killed and Salvatore Nastasio
was wounded In a Baltimore street
speakeasy here last night when Frank
Candlloro, a cousin of the murdered
man, emptied the contents of an Automatic
revolver into Carbonl's body.
Cundiloro made a confession to the
police when they arrived on the scone
He made no effort to escape. It is
Jp
(mk
fl
ahela \
)n Co.
treet
I I? urn
J
P;i." r^'y yi'^v.'i'y- i- v' -/V-*.1 ^ ' . 'i
P Women'i and Ml??e?' Apparel ^
" 1
r-"I^ | This store In Hoi- ?S
AIV%0Att ^ iday Attire, ready SS
/['a to assist and 81
serve you. ^
Doll Room |
' CHARACTER DOLLS. ^
: and ALL UNBREAKA- ^
jve AMUSING TO CHIL- (fi
ke. |
Cowboys and Girls, Sail- ^
ict, character DOLLS OF ^
DESCRIPTIONS.
ational Doll
AMERICA ^
-Prices 50c up to $2.00 JB '
. thought N'astaslo was wounded by a
! strny bullett from Varboni gun.
Bell-ans
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. Onepaclcage
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
%
A
as?\ .
CI
'alley
Con. 423 Y
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