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f 1 End-of-th
I Clearance
days?who hat juit bade other guesta
ri / and get* up early with her aleevei r
*he aet of her Jaw. She determines
IK/.. fore the next company arrives.
Tomorrow is the last se
are going to make the dus
it will pay you to help.
| $9.50 Buys Wo
Coats Worth
We couldn't print better ne
Especially if you've been \v
The coata are artylish?smart as i
Big and full flaring or belted?larj
Fine rich mixtures?novelty cloth!
;Many are lined wav to the hem?e
I A splendid coat FOR YOU
Women's P
Quite the handsomest yc
plush is so high and scarce,
ured for years.
Many coats here of 'hat "H & H"
that tplsndld quality that looka to II
They're emart as can be?I
long?conservative and extrenbeaver
$35 Plush Coats $26.50.
Luxurious silk plushes with
near seal lining?will wear several
$29.50 Plush Coats
O'her stores will wonder how
It can be done?It's Salt's plush
In the newest models.
Hurry Down a
Tfwm tit o I o
All the I
Suits Are Re
$29,950 Suit* $22.50 |
$ $25.00 Suits $18.75
$22.50 Suit* $16.50 |
- Tomorrow's Your Last C
Sale of Men
I . $10.00 $12
A and assortments still bulge
ues. GET HERE! and get
Short double breasted ulsters?bo:
flecked, greys and br
tures and the staple blacks?
Special Overcoat Values
I [h?i
Evening Chat
During the fiscal year 19111. 703.S72
acres of National Forest tlmberlanils |
A Were estimated and mapped intensive- i
B> ly, and 1,093,006 extensively. In all.!
$0,815,798 acres have been mapped by |
Intensive methods and 47.291.660 by extensive
Tho work of classifying and nponlag
to homestead entry such lands In
Kl the National Forests as are chiefly
K valuable for agrloulture Is progressing
rapidly. Already over seventy
Be-: "million acres have been covered by
Held examinations and the ilnel re?
ports acted upon.
Investigations by the Forest Pro- '
lucts Laboratory at MadiBon. Wlscon- j
iln, have resulted in the use of spent
- tanbark in the manufacture of asphalt
shingles to the extent of 160
ons per week. The value of the bark
\as been thereby increased from 60
' :ents to $2.50 per ton.
There were cut from the National!
jj.-.-- forests in the fiscal year 1916 604.920.- i
& 100 board feet of timber. Of this |
imount 119,483,000 board feet was cut)
jf; . tnder free use privilege by 42.055 in-1
lividualB. In all. 10,840 sales of tim-1
!? - ?ST were made, of which 97 per cent, j
vere under $100 in value, indicating
E;V he extent to which the homsteader,j
. .'anchor, miner, small mlllman. and r
W- sthers in need of a limited quantity j
it timber draw upon the forests.
Experiments to improve methods for j
S ; naking cane sirup are In progress, ac- j
g. . iording to tho recently issued report
K if the Chief of the ilureau of Chemis- j
Bp try. The object of this work is to j
produce a high-grade cane sirup of a !
$ ' iright, uniform color which will not!
,V ferment or crystallize. As a result
- >f laboratory work, a method has been
y leveloped, though not yet applied on
' t large scale, by which a pure cane
ilrup can bo made which will not
. frystalllze or ferment. This method
111 be tried out experimentally on a
tommercial scale this fall, and II It
! Prices!
IFE?expecting company in a few
i goodbye. She aeta the alarm clock
oiled up and grim determination In
she will get the house in order belling
day of this year?we I
t fly?we need your help? I
men's Winter
up to $15.00
aiting to get your coat.
my selling elsewhere at twice the
)e collars.
i?astraehans, corduroy, plaide.
very model?almost overy size.
for $9.50.
'lush Coats
>u ever saw, because good
These coats will be treasplush
and salts Esquimette plush?
ke real seal.
jelted or flaring?45 inches
lely stylish models?Chases
$32.50 Plush Coats $25
Salt's Esquimette" PluBh, in
many beautiful models, heavy
satin lining.
$25 Plush Coats $18.50
Really wonderful value?models
and styles just as are In the
higher priced?almost every size
at any price.
nd Get Yours.
educed Too! I
$19.75 Suits $14.50 i
$16.50 Suits $11.50 g
hance This Year in this
's Overcoats
.00 $15.00 |
with .$15, $18 and $20 valhere
< effects. Ioose fitting backs, some j
owns, two tone stripes?mix;
at $10, $12 and $15.00.
proves satisfactory a description of the J
process will be published by the Department
of Agriculture.
Tetrick Child Dies
After Short Illness
Mary K. Tetrlek. aged 6 years, lit-,
tie daughter of Hugh W. and Eleanor I
ricrpont Tetrick, died yesterday after- j
noon at the Iionte of her parents oti I
East run. Marlon county, after a two !
weeks' illness of a complication of dis-1
cases. The little girl was a great .a-!
vorite in the family as well as in ...e i
community whore she resided and her
death is siucorolv recrrettpfl
Mr. Tetrlrk. the father of the child 1
Is employed with the Carnogio Gas j
company at the pump station at Ens I
Run and oniy moved 'here about a year
ago from Clarksburg. The body will i
he taken to Clarksburg on Sunday for
interment. U. L. Cunningham has I
charge of the funeral arrangements.
W. ST Meredith is
Honored by Lawyers'
BLUEFIELD. W. Va., Dec. 29.?
Juilge Joseph M. Sanders, of Blueftold,
was elected president of the West Virginia
liar Association at its thirty-sec-)
ond annual meeting here today. White |
Sulphur Springs was chosen as tl.e
place of holding the summer meeting
of the association next August.
The following vice presidents were
elected: Ira E. Robinson. Grafton:
Frank Cox. Morgantown; Haywood McDowell.
Clarksburg; W. K. Cow den. 1
Huntington; Wyndliam Stokes, Welch; j
A. J. iiornn. Fayotteville. .1. It. Mor-j
rls. Jr.. of Moundsvillo, was chosen I
secretary and C. A. Kreps, of Parkers- j
burg, treasurer.
The following were chosen delegates i
to the annual meeting of the American
Bar Association: W. L. Lee. Fayetteville;
Henry M. Russel. Wheeling, a no
W. Scott Meredith, Fairmont. An executive
committeo consisting of W. P.
WlUey, Morgantown; Nelson C. Hubbard.
Wheeling; B. M. Ambler, Parkersburg;
R. L. Splllman, Charleston, j
and Thomas P. Jacobs, New Martins-1
ville, was named.
NEW YORK. Dec. 29.?A week ago
(ew had ever heard of little Arthur.
-Calvin and Myrtle Jones, of Richmond
11111. L. I., but a week hence their tragic
story will he talked about in every
state, and the name of four-year-old
Myrtle^ Jones may be connected soon
with a national movement for sweeping
aside certain legislation and ex
tending the scope of mothers' pensions
The father of the three Jones children.
Harold H. Jones, deserted his
family a year ugo. Mrs. Edna 11. Jones,
his wife, has been taking iu sewing,
working some limes till 4 o'clock In the
The grandmother of the children.
| Mrs. Clara M. Borsonger, has property
1 ami a small Income insufficient, she
j claims, to support her own family and
| invalid daughter.
She has refused to pay for support
of her three grandchildren and has just
[been sentenced to six months in the
| workhouse!
Along came Judge Henry Neil, fathj
or of mothers' pensions.
One hundred Philadelphians!
Sworn in As Special
(By Associated Press.)
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 29.?A new
plan to check theft of automobiles in
this city went into operation today
when 100 motor car owners began
service ns volunteer automobile police.
They arc empowered by public
safety department to mako arrests
(V* auiuiuuuuc ittw tiuiilllUll? JlIl'J IOr I
tho larceny or atcmpted larceny of
automobiles. ?
Names of auxiliary polire who are
equipped with cards instead of badges
were withheld to make service
more effective. It is planned to increase
the numbor to UOO iu short
Mrs. Meserve Dead.
A message received ltoro yesterday
morning stated that .Mrs. Walter Meserve
died Wednesday night at her
j home in Washington state. Mrs. Me!
servo had been alarmingly ill for some
time and her death was not unexpected.
She was formerly Miss Lovie itay.
of this city, and was the only sister
of Mrs. A. C. (laskins, of near this city.
She is survived by her husband and
one son. Interment will be tnnde In
Washington. The son will be brought i
here to make his home with his aunt. |
Mrs. Gaskins.
Social Meeting.
A social meeting of the Ladies' Aid j
Society of the Diamond Street M. E.
church will he held this evening at tho
church. Each member is expected to
attend and invite one friend. The ladies
anticipate a delightful evening.
Rook Party.
Miss Esther Layman, of Market
street, entertained a few friends at a!
rook party last night. A most enjoyable
evening was spent and refreshments
were served by tho hostess at
a seasonable hour.
Class Reunion.
A reunion of the Bowers class of
1914 of tho East Side schools was hold i
Tuesday evening at the home of Miss ]
rear! c.rirfith on Front street. A largo i
number of the class was present, be-1
sides several invited guests. Virgil j
Watklns. vice president of the class.!
Introduced Prof. W. A. Hustead. who
mude an excellent talk to the young
people. Refreshments were served
during the evening.
Arrived Here Today.
Hiss Margaret Stuart, of Morgantown.
arrived here today to visit Miss
Dana Jacobs for a few days.
Returned from Wheeling.
Austin Stealey and sister. Miss
Grace, have returned from Wheeling
where they attended the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Employees' ball on
Wednesday evening.
Misses Luc-He and Bertlia Stealey returned
today from a visit with Mrs.
Frank Kane at Grafton. ?
Harry Louden, of Detroit. Mich., is
spending the holidays at his home
Mrs. Mary JStewart, who has been
tho guest of Mrs. A. G. Cries, has returned
to her home at Mannlngton.
Bruce Richmond, or Akron, Ohio, is
visiting hore.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Bishop went
to Clarksburg today for a short visit.
Miss Davinna Brown will leave Sun- <
day for a couple of weeks' visit with
Mrs. Magy Riggs In Pittsburgh.
^D>^ER*>ciiu^7rr^>:, i KKsaPAiMx'
"Must the sins of the fathers he vir-|
ited not only on the children, lint on
the grandparents too?" he exclaimed.
Judge Neil paid over personally $25
to Mrs. Jones, with the promise of $25
more per month for the duration of the
children's dependency.
"Does not society, which pays for
every child's education, owe an even
greater duty to the child in supplying
Greater Claarksburg will rover ap-1
proximately three thousand acres, if i
the report made lust night to the j
Greater Clarksburg will cover ap
teo, by the sub-committee on boun- j
daries, Is agreed upon, says the Clarks- i
burg Exponent. This vast acreage1
w ill fake in Clarksburg, Stealey!
Heights, Broad Oakes, North View and
Adamston. the Ave municipalities rep-;
resented in the Greater t'larkslmrs i
movement. The boundary committee
consisting ot Carl Hornor. Arthur Par- j
sons and Glenn Waters submitted their'
tentative corporation line ar.d the gen-;
eral committee ordered to report put1
in the hands ot attorneys who are;
drafting a tentative charter.
This was the only deflni'" business
transacted by the general conimitce'
but it served to allow the charter |
committee a working basis. Follow-;
Ing the order, a general discussion \
was entered into by the members present.
Taxation, paving, water supply, police
and fire protection were discussed '
at length, particularly paving, it was:
pointed out by one member of the
committee from liioad Oakes that I
Clarksburg has the worst streets oi j
any large city in the state. Charles- i
ton. Huntington, I'arkcrsnurg, Wheel i
ing, and Fairmont boost of their well j
vaved streets, lint under the prosen;
charter, Clarksburg cannot put in any |
more paving until the indebtedness ta j
removed from over the city.
It was pointed out that each com- j
munity would bear its own indebted-'
neso that bad been incurred previous
to the merger of the municipalities.
This would not increaso the taxation
of any ccrtaiu soetiun but would decrease
as tbft debt lessened.
West Virginia's pay roll for salaries,
labor and compensation lor those en-j
gaged in service to the State lor tile j
bscal year ending .Tunc GO. last,!
amounted to $l.ii41,6e!>.58. according
to the classification of the disburse-1
mcnts made by Chief Accountant K. i
A. Dover in his annual audit or thai
fiscal aflairs of the state.
Traveling expenses and expense ac-!
counts borne by the state during the :
same year amounted to $109,111,52, i
while tb<) state's postage bill was $'.'4.- ]
208.53. The telephone and telegraph |
bills of those who are nerving the state |
ran up to $13,912.77. while the gas I
bill amounted to $35,170.99, and the
clal bill $13,183.74.
For fresh beef for the wards of the
state paid hist year $42,395.73, while
the fresh and cured pork bill was $12,233.63.
At the same Institutions flour
to the amount of 530,02S.fi 1 was con- |
stinted, and 513.9S7.23 was spent for
sugar. Oleomargarine was more of
a favorite than butter, and the taxpayers
spent 510.fi20.S3 for oloo and i
$6,344.61 for butter.
Potatoes cost the state $10.628.S3
during the past year, while tho vinegar
bill amounted to only $.132.17. Tobacco
and stiff were allowed the Inmates
of the several Institutions to the
amount of $2,849.07, and the shoe bill
reached $10,105.61.
ConTphilnt against the operation of
dire games at cigar stands, says the j
Patkersburg News, in news stands j
and poolroom6 and a number of other i
places In tho city was made to Sup-;
erintendent Pickens, of the safety de-!
partment of the city, on Tuesday, and j
yesterday, after an investigation had i
been made of the games which were1
in operation, the proprietors of the!
places where they wore found were
all given notice to discontinue them |
at ouce, which was done.
It Is asserted that these games have
been running at some of the places'
in tho city for, some time and this is|
the first Instance of a complaint being
made. Some of the proprietors
were "up In the air" about the mattor
last night, and thought thero was
some ulterior motive behind the movement,
but is was stated at police headquarters
that tho move had been made
because of the complaint made which
was that the games were gambling, as
JG, DECEMBER 29,1916.
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life necessities?" lio asked.
"The mothers' pension system won! I
do this. But in many states the mothers'
pension laws provide only for widowed
mothers and not for deserted or
divorced mothers. Cntil the mothers'
pension system is improved to include
the latter, America will see many a
repetition of just such tragic cases as
in every instance the player was taking
a chance on getting something
for his money.
Rev. A. W. Gruber. pastor of the
Pennsylvania Avenue church, says the '
Wheeling Register, performed a rather
unusual marriage service when he
united the lives of Miss Bessie Mavncr
ol Smith's Ferry, l'a.. and Joseph Armstrong.
The young people had secured
their license in West Virginia an J
came here to have the itiiot tied. Owing
to the law in regard to the ceremony.
Rev. Mr. Orttber performed part
of it in Ohio and later hoarded a street
car for Chester. W. Va.. with the couple,
he taking the seat behind and read
lug the ceremony. The car was crowded
at tho time and many of the Christmas
shoppers were witnesses to the
affair. By the time the car had reached
Chester the couple had been pronounced
man and wife and they wore
then aide to return to Ohio, having
complied with the laws of West Vlr-j
Berkeley county York Imperial apples
in carload lots at $1 per barrel f.
o. I>. shipping point:
This is the deal reported AVodnes- i
day liy the Murtinsburg Fruit Exchange,
Bays tlic Martlnsburg Journal.!
mid represents an order received from j
a Ids northern firm for several bun |
circd barrels of 2 1-2 inch fruit from this
county. It is believed that this is the j
best price secured for this grade of I
York imperials hern this season. In
November the price on 2 1-2 Ineli Yorks
of good coloring was $2.75 to Sit per
Imrrel?I he latter figure being regarded
as exceptionally good. Hundreds
of thousands of barrels of good Yorlts
were sold in this section at $2.50 to
$2.75. and comparatively few carloads
brought the $:i mark.
The shipments Tuesday night over
the Cumberland Valley totaled seveecat
loads from Berkeley and five carloads
from Frederick county?an aggregate
of about 2.000 barrels. Inquiry
at the Baltimore & Ohio freight
station brought the information that
that road handled no apples Tuesday
nlglit from nearby points.
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. One package !
proves it 25c at all druggists, j
YvN\V\ nfovr'?\)
V\ Y 1 Wonderful Remedy
^ \ 1 \ Quickly Aeilorct
There is no ailment causing tnoro
woo and misery than Stomach Trou
hie. Often Gall Stones. Cancer and
Ulcers of tho Stomach and Intestines.
Constipation, Acute indigestion. AutoIntoxication.
Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis
and other serious and fa I
ailments result rrom it. Thousands
of Stomach Sufferers owe their com
plete recovery to Mayr'a Wonder! '.1 j
remedy. It is unlll-o any other remedy.
It'sweeps the poisonous bile and catarrhal
accretions from the system. |
Soothes and allays chronic Inflamma-'
tion. Many declare it has saved then I
lives, and prevented serious surgical '
operations. Try one dose today, j
Watch its marvelous resultB. Co..
tains no aloohol?no habit-forming
drugs. Books on stomach ailments.
FREE. Address Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg |
Chemist, Chicago. Better yet?obtain I
a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy ;
from Crane's Drug Store, Holt, Drug I
Co., Fairmont; Prescription Phar I
macy, Mannlngtoa. '
i After Christmas Bargains 11
| This Week Odd Lots That I I
| We Wish to Be Quickly Rid | I
| of Will Be Bobbing Up Here ^ I
1 and There All Through the I I
I Store. Many Special Bar- p I
| gains. J I
That inimitable foot- J ;
< dress quality that I
\ tfir makes for graceful r
\ J harmony in the ensemble Lc\
I 6 f of your appearance cannot
/ <4 be imitated by inferior rv ,
LA FRANCE possesses j j
]f\ \ this quality, due as much / \
to the perfect fit which true / \
\ artisanship ensures as to y
No. 203 ^s \ the chic design of ' J
Duucuf this Paris mode. J
Ice & Hardisty
The World's Best
vtf'lj ii I! JjVfy , Makes all varnished surfaces
(H llLr*^tf ,"SI "^SL.IiSB sparse and scintillate like new.
Restores the original lustre, re/rsv'ves
^'tinhh ?t Sne furniture,
??f/',??*s^^0urT*\?ffl pianos, victrolas, autos, WoocU
Wf'W0lk-Doora' ecIIMl
VAPNgHtD&^SUPfACO /M\ Ti It Dusts, it Cleans, it Polishea I
^ at the same time. A labor
Kl~ *y%'*3''T^v ge jfl saver for housekeepers. Goes
fcSfil ^3iS[ypSag^ 9 twice as far as other kinds,
y iWm >9 Posuively will not harm the fits*
9 ** "y IS.
Phone ct call for a bottle
AD sizes. 25c to $2.50
We rsccmmrnd Hsydcn's Cedar 03 Mops
Pain in Back <* Neck Often 1
(fiI18B9a^ Denotes Kidney Weakness
\ \lk H,/J Symptoms of kidney tronble are varim?\
bat,P?.ln m back of neck and dull.
(r'VnBfiS&nr aehim; f elmes sc nn.n pj wi .? i?
r k L Simply by realizing that these
\m 3 vVy. distresses are often the onset or
^ I / B l \lTsv<^ signals of kidney trouble it
I w I ill ^^sj9 we" to get rid of them
Njfeg. / jr V f/ Ikllj is immediately by
/ lr\Sx&* \ toning the kidneys.
way to do"7this ia
|y-~ k by 11 liMle
1VV meals. In this way it
I ^=" la dissolved with the
I \v^~~c?- ifood and finally reaohes the
/ kidneys,^where it haa a
/4 \. ? "Annrio* "Was recently discorered
,/ \ . .aKgSg by Doctor Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y..
-^esa where it haa been thoroughly tested
b his Invalids' Hotel and found 37 times more potent than lithia.
Kidney, Bladder and Uric Add troubles bring misery to many. When
the kidneys are weak or diseased, these natural filters do not cleanse the blood
tufficiently, and the poisons are carried to all parts of the body. There follow
depression, aches and pains, heaviness, drowsiness, irritability, beadachea,
chilliness and rheumatism. In some people there are sharp poina In the back
and loins, distressing bladder disorders and sometimee obstinate dropsy. The
uric acid sometimes forms into gravel or kidney stones. When the uric add
affects the musclee and joints, it causes lumbago, rheumatisn, gout or wisUrg
"Anurio" conquers uric acid as hot water melts suptr.
Boms one daily offers his or her words of praise of " Annrio." Here It
what Mr. Horacz Farxbwobth has to say: ? " For the last year I had 1
neuralgia and rheumatism in the left shoulder, and for the past six months
have not even been able to raise my arm and couldn't sleep at night, the
Sain was so great. Recently I decided to try 'Annrio.' I have been using the
ihlete but a short time, but the pain has almost lsft my shoulder and Pcsn raise
tnv arm and use it, which I oouldn't do before. ' Anurio' is the only remedy
I have fonnd that has helped me, and I have used dozens of other medtdnea.'
: SUf m thi drug star* <md gtt" Atuuric," or send Dr. Piertx 10c tor trial paeiagt. 1

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