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PAGE 2 I The Whole StoreI is a Holidaying Dressed in its holiday attire with plenty of suitable gifts for everyone. A VERITABLE STORE HOUSE OF GIFT THINGS HARRISON'S LOWER PRICES PREVAILING You can't go wrong if you I JjtT7"" Buy Her Furs! j BWL Specially this year when furs are the very u part and pnjrcel of fashion?It's nice to | choose from such a great stock as ours ? I where dependable furs are sold at lower jj M Women's BLACK CONEY MUFFS new | / Melon and Barrel shapes, soft, long, silky | Women's natural genuine Raccoon Sets? Q J l^f ylfiSjy large muff and Scarf?heavy grey satin B I' ' (f*l 'OPT lining?a beautiful set prettily matched.. I m $15.00 I$Z3.Ul} l?enuine Red Fox Sets $18.50 S22.50 Black French Coney Sets $18.00 (Filch Trimmed) ? ,$32.50 Mink Sets (natural) $25.00 g $10.00 Natural Opossum Muffs $7.50. VERY PRETTY CHILDREN'S FUR SETS A good collection of white, grey, black and white effects and natural Ej ?special prices at $1.75, $1.98, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75 to $0.98. FURO?THiRD FLOOR Snow Fall of Christinas Th cperson just isn't hu- g Handkerchiefs ma" Bought just at the right mo- Vw tlO U06 STT L ment?just before handkerchiefs F "I T / went sky high. In terms fo your JblfcG uGVOQlTl] gift t Imeans finer linen hand- B kerchiefs for the money?if you WATCH PEOPLE PAUSE AT i come soon enough. THE JEWELRY CASE?they jj ..... ., just can't resist looking at the C *1 A?d ?b"Ld are attrae" pretty little sold novelties. ? tively boxed. ' 6 . YOU CAN'T YOURSELF if you There are some specials want to set credit for mind _ ? . reading?BUY JEWELRY. I FOR WOMEN Go(d fiMed Lavaiieres at 50c, j 3 IN BOX at 25c and 50c. $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. 6 IN BOX at 50c and $1 00. _ . . .... Fancy corner embroidered in .. W a"P colors, all hemstitched? TiVn ' a" ! $1.00 | FOR MEN G Id filled and solid gold 8 3 IN BOX at 25c and 50c. pra?lets al *1-00. $1-50 6 IN BOX at 50c and $1.00. 5*'s0' <J'l( Initial or plain llnene and linen. And hosts of little gold novel- I The whole -Christmas stock is ties at prices you wiii gladly I chock full of such inviting gifts. pay. i MAIN FLOOR. MAIN FLOOR. ! How many children do you suppose like to whisper in Mrs. "Clau*" ear?and SAY Dear Santa!? Please Bring Me a Doll \ t I Beauties as big as two year olds can be dressed and undressDOLLS?DOLLS?DOLLIES?DOLLS with real hair?baby dolts, j dolls that are washable?so little mothers can wash them to their hearts jj content Dolls with unbreakable heads?kid bodies?character dolls? ; HUNDREDS OF IMPORTED DOLLS and "Kewpies"?hundreds more ?EVERY PRICE 2oc TO $10.00 DOLLS AND TOYS?THIRD FLOOR "Jest" before Christmas is a happy time to Save on Overcoats In action lies your chance to get here before the color you want is gone?before some ene else has bought the Scotch mixture?that dark plaid?or that short ulster pinchback?the last coat you would really want. There's still a great stock of overcoats on sale?EVERY SIZE?INCLUDING YOURS?IF YOU HURRY?AT | $10.00, $12.00, $15.00 MEN'S CLOTHNG?SECOND FLOOR Since Thursday morning our Third Floor has been crowded Women's Coats, Suits and ? Dresses in a Great Sale Women's $32.50 Plush Coats $25.00 Women's $16.50 Velour Coats $12.75 Women's $12.50 Mixture Coats $9.50 and so on in the coats. Women $25.00 Suits ....$19.75 Women's $29.50 Suits $23.50 Women's $19.75 Suits $14.50 and other values In suits that are one of a size and color?every flood fashion and size. Women's $6.98 Silk Poplin Dresses, $4.98 Women's $12.50 Serge Dresses $9.50 Women's $16.50 Taffeta Dresses, $12.50 and hundreds of dresses, sale prices from $4.98 to $21.50. HARRISON'S RELIABLE COAT, SUIT 4 DRESS DEPT., 3rd FLOOR irtjpi i (Continued from page X.) ants. These are easy qf access from all parts of the building. The offices are equipped with a bell and press t : button arrangement which connects t with any room in the building instant- E ly. i On this Boor is also located the 1m- t mense library and reading rooms. Mod- , ern steel stacks which will hold six j thousand volumes have been installed and a spiral stairway leads from the library to the stack room below, where ' an additional six or seven thousand < i volumes can be stored. A suite of 1 i rooms to be utilized by the heads of J departments as consultation rooms, as well as a number of large class ; rooms are situated on this floor. The physical and chemical labra- J l torles, the domestic science and do- . : mestic art department quarters are | located on the top floor, while the first ' i story or basement contains the two : literary halls, with a seating capacity ' ; or to earn, mo art rooms, mo locaer rooms and the manual training depart! ment's room. Kntrance can be had to i the basement story from tho outside of building at both the east and west ' end of the edifice. The building has been made fire | proof as far as possible. Steel cellj ings have been built in the structure j and the stories are connected by steel j stairways. The sanitation system has been made as near perfect as modern i contrivances can make it and the i building throughout is eiectri'/ liy i lighted. The building combines practicability [ and simplicity of construction along ! with splendid style of architecture and ! is an edifice of which the state can j justly be proud. J. L. f'rouse. of Ha-1 lelgh, .V ('.. erected the building and the plans were furnished by Paul Da-! vis. of Philadelphia. The building will he occupied on i January S. The time intervening lie- j j tween December 22, and January sj 1 when the school reconvenes, will he 1 ; utilized in moving furniture and equip- j' I tnent from the old to the new build-! ] ing. i1 When spring opens up additional ' work will lie done on the grading and (the grounds will bo further beautified It is the hope of the promoters of tiie school that in the near future the I ' state will appropriate funds for the erection of dormitories on the grpunds. Por the present the dormitopy of the 1 ; old Normal will be utilized, a lease. ' having been secured on this building for some lime. - 1 A. I. HECK VLHY : ! ENTHUSIASTIC Substantial Marion County Farmer Endorses NervWorth. About every other day new locai words of praise for this best of family nerve tonics. Read tliis one from : a well known and highly esteemed j farmer, tie signs his name to it: ' "1 am now on my second bottle of : .Verv-WorUi and can truthfull say now that I enjoy a full night's sleep?the . first for about two years. "Anyone troubled with sleeplessness it surely is good. Has been my experi j once. "A. T. HECK." i Nerv-Worth steadies the nerves | rouses the liver, aids digestion, ban-1 1 ishes headaches and backaches, reg- j ! ulates the bowels, builds up run-down, i systems. If It does not do this for YOl! your dollar back at Crane's drug j store.?Advt. ! -======== The Ladies' Aid Society and the Junior Aid Society OF THE Borrackville Church WILL HAVE A | BAZAAR I at Ice & Hardisty's Shoe Store, Fairmont. Saturday, Dec. 16, 1916. j j A beautiful line of fancy work ; will be offered for sale. 11 II PLATES $8.00 I GUARANTEED 10 YR8. Crown and bridge work $5.00. Extracting 25c. Examinations and es- | timations free. ! The Union Dentists I Opposite Court House ' Over 5 and 10e Store. Bell Phone 921 J. j AIRMONT, FRIDAY EVE] " LOCAL SOC1 Kings Daughters' Sate. The Vigilant Circle of Kings Daugh-1 era of the M. P. Temple will open heir annual Christmas sale tomorrow ; it 2 o'clock in the sun parlors at the j lome of Mrs. Allie Haymond on Main itreet. A fine line of aprons, bags vill be offered for sale as well as a ine of takes, cookies, etc. ? ? Engagements Announced. The engagements of Miss Blanche Smltley to James W. Davis, and of diss Madge Helmick to E. Boyd Cutipp, the latter of Butto City. Montana.j vere announced yesterday afternoon i it an attractively appointed Rose uncheon at which Mrs. Bailey Thomp ! :on was hostess at her home on Maryand avenue. Pink and white were [ :ombined in an effective color scheme,! i Shepherd basket filled with pink [ Killarney roses forming tbe center jiece. The place cards were haud:oiored roses, a loosened petal of *dtich bore the names of the two eou>les. Pink roses in which tin Dan Cupids were concealed were given as avor3 to the guests who Included the climate friends of the brides-to-be. l'he announcement of the engage-' nenls will be learned with interest by 1 riends of the young people in this | :ity. UiSR Smitley is n daughter of! Mrs. Elizabeth It. Smitley, of East ; I'ark avenue, and is a sister of Mrs. j rhompson. Mr. Davis is assessor for Marion county and is prominently con- j tected with various business enterprises. Miss Helmick ir. a daughter >f Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Helmick, of j Maryland avenue. Mr. Cutlip is a ' .'oung business tuan of Butte City. ! Montana. While dates of the marriages tvcrc not announced they will be. .vents in the very near future. V * * * Entertained Circle. Mis? Edna Jacobs entertained the j Jtieen Esther Circle of the First M. E. i hurch last evening at her home on Fairmont avenue. The circle is an tuxiliary to the Missionary Society .oiaposeU of young ladies. r ? * ?. To Dance. Miss Jean Billingsley went to Mortantown this afternoon where she will 1 ittend the Cadet hop tonight and the j Matinco dance Saturday afternoon, i She will bo the guest ot Miss Nell j I'richard. ? ? Entertained Camp Fire Girls. Miss Frances Helmick was hostess i ast evening at her home on Fairmont tvcnue to the division of camp fire ! girls of the high school of which she | is a member. YOU are cordially invite we have on display a pictures. We have a com ings in the newest patter work is neatly done at rea KNIGHT Jacobs Building Ho Wha HalFs Gueniey's and Pyrcx Casscroli mounted on nickel containers i bnrdsome design. Prices from J2.1 to $5.50. FAVORITE GAS IRON Guaranteed and very economical current, In tourist and family sizes $3.00 EACH Univei I $1.00 to S ,j ThePochi If you break a Always make suit presented to man We have the A boy wants, with I town in an 80 fo< Flexible Sled NTINC? DECEMBER 15,1918 ; : 1AL EVENTS I' ===== Pythian Dinner. The Pythian Sisters will serve a chicken dinner on Saturday night at the K. of P. hall on Main street. Ser-, vice will begin at 5 o'clock and continue until eight . Fried chicken and other good things to accompany it wilt j he served. * Discontinue Meetings The Thursday afternoon metlngs of' the Fairmont Chapter of the ?. d Cross j association have been discontinued un-; til after the holiday season. * ? With Mrs. Kelley The Junior Temple guild of the M. P Temple will meet on Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the home! of Mrs. F. P. Kelley on Locust uvc- j ntte. II PERSONALS | sJ Mrs. L. n. c Wigei anu uau-ewei. Si Ins i Esther, of Dola, have returned home I after a visit with the former's sister,: Mrs. A. W. Binns Mrs. Charles M. ltankin and Mrs. | Fred H. llolt, of Oil City, Pa., are i guests at the homo of their sister, Mrs. S. G. Kline, on Fairmont avenue.> n r ui?~.i?~ --.t-- i 1 1 .'ija. n. r nuu UuU boon si patient In the Leech sanitarium at Indianapolis, Ind., lias returned homo. She is much improved in health. Mrs. Karl Conaway and son, Peter of Uniontown, Pa., are guests at the homo of the former's sister, Mrs. John McKinney, 011 the Kast Side. Mrs. K. C. f rame returned today from Baltimore where she had spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Coar Bish op and family. Mrs. A. Friedman and daughter, Miss Nettie and son, Lawrence, have returned from Wheeling where they had! spent several days with friends. Mrs. C. K. Ward who was called here from her home in Charleston by the I illness of her father, Hon. A. B. Fleming. has returned home. "Sandy" Toothman, county superintendent of schools, went to Wallace BELLANS: Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepaclcage proves it. 25e at all druggists. id to visit our store where beautiful lino of framed plete line of frame mold- J ns for Xmas trade. Our son able prices. & HAAS Monroe Street ?? 1 >Gday F t to Get and Hard. Nickel Plated and Aluminum universal Percop lators. Electric select from sal Vacuum Bottles, 53.50. ^^3/a^KNIFE 'Knife with Replaceable Blades blade It can be replaced for 25c. able and acceptable presents when or boy. .merlcan Beauty Flexible Sled the It he can go around any comer of >t circle. s 90c to $3.00. Bob Sleds $2.50 to $5.00. jffiZBBSSSSSSS&SSBXSBL Jy The Popular Specialty Store fo A Woman's jjD ?^ Store (or a J | The Gift That IV 1 for Wife, Siste I Is "Sonnt j& Something to wear fo] ^ erv woman is the though ment, a late style. It is fashionably dressed. So mind, when doinsr vour ^ member that "the gift t <j| is to be found in this stoi | Hundreds of New I Dresses, All the V 1 At 14 to V3 this evening where he will referee a | basketball game tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Larney P. Carr leave tonight for Atlanta. Ga., to spend the holidays. 1 1??? Christmas Time I Is the Place to D , (ta.? 11)iiit' here ami get your Christ! open every evening, and Is full ol and the prices are the lowest in I George A. Walt* 217 Madis r C,,vjfMHn.T> ?^rantrT4i.ic?i?iTv iiir?>>! ! A, . w ?AUU lardws Where to G Y g^??0 For a KSan For a 1 Safety Razor 1^3 Ink Stands Tf nt.clinfe \ Spot Lamps Razor Strop Razor Hone T Carving Set Lunch Boxes ^,e<*ric * Tool Cabinets Perac^tor Shaving Mugs Brea(j Toa Blade Stropper Range Lather Brushes Hair Curl Straight Razor Urn Set Thermometors Portable F Tool Grinders c"mmuIlit Carborendum ver Stones Cut Glass Pocket Tool Kits White Sew Alarm Clocks Machine Brass Cuspidors ^,acu" ^ Fountain Pens 5 d. " > j i Crumb lr< Fire Extinguish- yacuum B er Nut Bowls Hunting Coats Scissor Set r Women'* and Ml??e?' Apparel y&L _ ( _ J , iJYV^U* in our " J leans the Most i r or Girl Friend | hin| N aw" | deal* to tho heart of ev- b it of having a new gar- S her desire to be well and ^ , with this thought in m 1 Christmas shopping, re- \ uac iiicaua iiiuoL IU iiei ? :e for women. g t Suits, Coats and ? ery Newest Styles | Off From * Regular Price MK mmm&smsSir . Mrs. Paul Lange has gone to De3 1 Moines. Iowa, to spend Christmas with relatives. Mrs. Martha E. Taylor, of Morgan- . 'town, was a visitor in the city yesters Here, and Here o Your Shopping Dolls and toys of all kinds. a I Dolls cut out, 10c and 25c. Fancy dishes 10c and 25c. ^ Jowelry, all kinds 10c and 26c. Disc records 10c and 25c Candies, 15c, 20c and 25c lb. Nice fresh nuts 20c and 25c per pound. Nice stationery boxes, paper and envelopes. ; i ^ una troo trimminfis. Our store is ! the nicest tliiuM (or Christmas, town. sr, 5 & 10c Store j on Street. j gfg.s-r.Tr. BMOMM?? nj ' ire let It Store Lady For a Boy . J Automobile Tool Chests Drums pacltor n L?eSKS 1 lsh Elevators ster Battleships Pitch Ens Jr Boxing Gloves Striking Bags tange Electric Train c;, Cash Register Sand Crane Sand Dumps ring Erector Set Printing Press ; leaner Typewriter k?r Hobby Horse j lottles ExPrcss Wagon t Ingersoll Watch 1 s Fire Wagons V '1 Common extension ice skates for boys and girls to fit any foot, $1 to $2.25. Other makes