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With Greater
Departments?1
Wednesday
Upholds its greatest inte
Take it from us!
These are remarkable \i
Conditions are such in th
advertised in this coupon
I even at figures that would
but a few months ago.
And this It a mild way of puttlnt
Everything hat soared immeasurs
In spite of this we have been gr
while keeping the quality up.
FAIRMONTER8 are good shopper
this money saving fact about Harri
HOW WE accomplish these LOM
$1.25 Aluminum GQ_
Rice Boilers */OC
3 qt size ot all pure aluminum.
$1.25 la our usual low price?with
coupon (V) 98c
Basement Housefurnishings
5c Cream Corn -|
Starch. 2 for 1 wC
iStaley's Beat Cream Corn Starch.
60 everywhere, with coupon (V). 3
Basement Grocery.
5e Toilet Soap, i / *
3 for 1UC
"Sweet Alice." a highly perfumed
toilet soap always) 5c?with coupon
(V) 3 for 10c
Basement Grocery.
$1.00 Asbestos ~
Sad Irons, set.....
Set of 3 Irons, highly'nickel plated,
asbestos lined handle, asbeatoa
pad, etc. Complete in box, with
coupon- (V) 79c
Basemeut Housefurnishings
$1.00 Girls' Coat HCkn
Sweaters
Wool mixed?girls coat sweaters,
fancy knit in grey and cardinal.
Belted styles, sizes 26 to 34, with
coupon (V) 79c
Main Floor.
$1.50 Children's aq,,
Bath Robes */OC
. :'" Broken sizes from the holiday
selling, child's Beacon blanket
robes in sizes 6 to 14. ?1.50 values,
with coupon (V) 98c
$1.25 Women's or; .
Pajamas OOC
Women's extra heavy outing flan
nel pajamas in nice stripes of pink
and bine?with coupon (V) .. 85c
Main Floor.
10c Toilet Paper
4 rolls for ZOC
Soft tissue, large rolls, always
10c, with coupon (V) 4 rolls for 25c
2 : Basement.
15c Washing *i
Gas, 3 for 1 vC
New York washing gas. (a good
washing powder) great for saving
time and expense, it washes everything
without injury to hands or
fabric, with coupon (V), 3 for 10c
Basement Grocery. ..
|l jHSgg
William P, Wallace
Succumbs to Injuries
William Presley Wallace aged G8
years who was injured several days
?IU UJ U 1UI1 01 Dime 111 the W?e? at
Watson died last night at 6 oclock at
Fairmont hospital where ho was
brought after the accident.
Mr Wallace was a native of Marion
County and was a sou of the late
John and Sosan Layman Wallace, He
was united In marriage with Elizabeth
Stuck Jenkins who survives him one
brother, R. L. Wallace of Portsmouth
and a sister Mrs. Ed Means of Stale
street also survive. Funeral arrongments
which are under the direction
of Fred L. Jenkins have not been
Dietetic Terrors.
"You don't oare much about the
kk- menu at the training camp?"
"I don't complain," replied the
rookie. "The people who have been
Inviting our hostilities have to eat
chile con carne and tamaleB."?Washington
Stab
Values In All
his Big Weekly
Coupon Sale
rest to the saving shoppers
ilues!
e markets today that items
sale are difficult to obtain,
have seemed preposterous
I It.
ibly up In price.
atifylnQly able to keep prices down
s; and it is evident that they realize
son's.
' PRICES, we have often \old you.
NO MAIL, PHONE OR C. O. D.
I ORDERS ACEEPTED FOR
THESE TEMS, COUPONS .
MUST BE PRESENTED.
50c Flannel
Petticoats OOC
Women's outing flannel petticoats
in llpht anil ilark patterns.
Hfripeil effect, 'always nOc, with
coupon (V) 35c
Main Floor.
75c Men's Coat J?Q
Sweaters OS7C
Heavy cotton coat sweaters with
! shawl collars, In grey only, every
size. 36 to 46. with coupon (V) 59c
Main Floor.
12'/2c Men's Black OA
Cotton Hose, 3 pr..^vC
The staple every day kind, gobd
weights, sizes 10 to 11%?12%c
quality, with coupon (V) 3 pair
for 29c
Main Floor.
75c Pants for A Q
I Glass Workers ... r***C
Genuiue Hamilton Hickory stripe
Working Pants. 75c is our low price
with coupon (V) 49c
Second Floor.
BEBHSg
$1.00 Men's Wool CQ_
Winter Caps OJ/C
Ail wool heavy mixtures cloth
caps .with fur lined ear bands, several
kinds, all sizes, with coupon
(V) 69c
Second Floor.
$5.00 Women's d?o
Raincoats ?pO?Ovr
A beautiful rubberized fancy ?
grey mixed raincoat, storm and
wind proof, with coupon (V) $3.50
Third Floor.
15c Bleached 90
Pillow Cases, 2 for
42x26 good quality bleached pillow
casea, hemmed ready for use.
i Always 15c. With coupon (V). 2
for 23c
Main Floor.
40c Wash Boards *)Q _
"Silver King" ?VC
Has heavy zinc rubbing surface,
protector top. 40c values ? with
coupon (V) 29c
Basement Houseturulshings
jaaaosca
$2.00 Wizard <J? i
Oil Mop Sets .?pl?UU
Including $1 Wizard Triangle
Mop. 50c Bottle Wizard POLISH.
50c Wizard HANDLE DUSTER.
All complete $2.00 outlit, with coupon
(V) $1.00
Basement Houscfurnisbinga
StwflnT'VW
NT. WML
Measles Prove Fatal
1 TN 1 t
to uougnerty lntant
Allen Pearl Dougherty. Infant son
of Pearl O. and Nellie Patterson
Dougherty, died yesterday afternoon
at the home of his parents on the Grafton
road from an illness from measios
followed by pneumonia. Survlviiig
are two sisters. Maxlne, aged 7, and
Virginia, aged 5. Funeral services
wore held tills afternoou at 2 o'clock
conducted by llev. W. D. Reed, of the
Diamond street M. E. church, and interment
was made in Maple Grove
cemetery" by Undertaker Jenkins.
LLOYD GEORGE MAKES R
OF H)
if %
^1^1
THIS PICTURE SHOWS THE UN
| HEAD WHICH THE PHRENOLOG1
| ACTION; ABOVE. MRS. LLOYD GEO:
. LONDON. Jan. 9 ? A character
I study of Lloyd George, new English
1 premier, made 13 years ago by Prof.
| J. Millet Severn, noted phrenologist, Is
I being taken up now by friends of the
premier and it is found prophesies
Severn made have been fulflllled.
After reading Lloyd George's
"bumps" Severn said: 6
"Recognized political leaders will
have to look to their laurels if tliey
would hold their own beside a mind
so colossal in its power and far-reaching
in its scope and breadth of intellect.
"Health permitting. Lloyd George
has without doubt a great future before
him."
He is thoughtful, reflective, studious
and poetic, musical, social, domestic,
sensitive, suave and adaptable; but
practical, lawyer like, shrewd and in|
MANNING!
Donley S. Jones, Correspondent, 7
Mrs. Myer Dead.
Mrs. Mary B. Myer. wife of Henry
Myer, died suddenly nt her home on
East Main street Sunday evening dur'
ing an acute attack of gall stones. Mrs.
| Myer was 6G years of age, was born in
! Pittsburgh where she spent licr early
| life. She is survived by her husband
i and two children, Henry of Buffalo, N.
Y., and Miss Kstelle, of this city. Fuj
neral services were held from the fam:
ily residence today at 12:30. InterI
ment will be made In Pittsburgh.
Evangelistic Meetings.
Evangelist T. T. Martin preached to
a full house last night in the Baptist
church. His subject was "The Unsaved
Church Members."
Shakespeare.
The Shakespeare club held an interI
csting infceting In the high school 111
brary Monday evening.
Held Meeting.
I The regular meeting of the Wo-1
man's club was held Tuesday after-!
ijoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Sunday1
[ school room of the M. E. church.
Daughter.
Born, Monday morning. January 3,,
to Mr. and Mrs. 0. It. Hawkins, of the |
Horaewood addition, a daughter.
Personals.
Jack Abbott has returned to his
home in Fairmont after a visit with
friends in town.
E. W. Christy and L. H. Hess have,
returned from a visit to Wheeling.
A. G. Clayton and W. T. Smith are !
, business visitors in Washington, Pa. !
Wm. Michaels and L. Snyder have !
gone to New York to attend the auto-1
mobile show.
I. M. Hupp has returned from J
Moundsvillc where he was visiting
with his family.
Tlin MIbbqb Plortpn Tiirnns anit Tran* i
O'N'eil have returned to the Fairmont |
State Normal school to resume their'
studies alter spending the holidays at
their homes here.
Miss Ethel Hornbock has returned
to Akron, Ohio, after spending the holidays
hero.
Charles Jones has returned from
Oklahoma where he has been located
for a year.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Jones, ot Oklahoma,
are here for a visit with relatives.
Alt
-FAIRMONT TUESDAY E
FADING
[S "BUMPS" COME TRUE
9n
^fjji!SP^
_
' '
fe:; ( _ y* /
,
wsbt-- -/v ".^fs
.S '
USUAL WIDTH OP LLOYD GEORGE
ST SAYS INDICATES FORCE AND
RGE AND THEIR DAUGHTER.
tuitive; has a marked sense of humor,
keen discriminative judgment, a
comprehensive mind and great powers
of expression. \
"The width of Lloyd George's head
above the ears indicates great energy.
executiveness of purpose, forceftilnaan
nnH r?mv ro rrn iKnlnmaov and
tuiuwsg uuu UI^IVIUHVJ U1III
power of endurance. Though open
minded, candid and sincere, he is cautious,
judicious and tactful."
Prof. Severn said Lloyd George waa
"warm hearted and affectionate, particularly
fond of homo," with well
marked ambitions" and confident, although
not largely endowed with selfesteem."
Lloyd George's head is 22 inches
around the greatest width, a head
Prof. Severn considers large,, than the
average. His forehead is high and
broad.
'ON NEWS 1
9 West Main St., Bell Phone 93 M
Mel Jacobs has returned to his home
in Fairmont after a visit to this city.
Tom Davis has returned ot his home
in Grafton after a visit to this city.
Mrs. id. F. Macklin. of Parkershurg,
is in town for a visit with her niothor,
Mrs. C. 11. Ice.
Mrs. George Cochrane has returned
from Shlnnston where she was visiting
with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. William Watson have
returned to their homes in Fairmont
after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. F.
R. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. John Floanoy, of
Springfield, Mass., have returned to
their home after a visit here with Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Cochrane.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Burt are visitors
in Pittsburgh.
W. A. Williamson, of Buckeye Lake,
spent Sunday with his uephew, Dr. W.
L. Mitchell, on Dancer avenue.
E. E. Hamilton hns returned from
Wheeling where he was visiting with
his wife who is a patient in tho Ohio
Valley hospital.
Jack McGee, of Clarksburg, has returned
to his home after a visit to this
city.
Mrs. Z. W. Jones, of Moundsville, is
in town for a visit with her son. DonIcy,
on West Main street.
('. A. Smith, of Ellison, Mich., has
arrived in town for a visit with relatives.
G. W. Matthews, of Glover's Gap.
was looking after business interests
in town Monday.
SHERIFF KILLS WIFE-BEATER
HUNTINGTON. W. Va? Jan. 9.?
Deputy Sheriff Greene Ellis yesterday
shot and killed A. L. Melvin at Logan,
W. Va. The authorities say that Melvin,
who was wanted for alleged wife
beating, fired twice when Ellis trlod
to arrest him, and Ellis replied. Ellis
was released on $2,000 ball.
Going to Extremes.
She?Maud said Bhe'd teach him to
Innwn U ~
uci aiuuc.
He?Well, she married him, didnt
she??Judge.
Bell-ans
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
CHESTNl
W<WT N6VU- C
teONE ASK , ,0
\t A QUESTION. wHvl"
. .. I . JANUARY 9, 1911.
1
I EAST SDE II,
NEWS j
' ^ 5
T. A. S. Club.
Mrs. Lomau D. Hoult, o( Diamond j
street, will entertain the members of !
the T. A. S. Club on Thursday after- J
noon.
Ill In Charleston.
Mrs. Bcllo Bennett Is seriously ill at V
the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. F. J
Morgan, in Charleston.
: 5
Important Meeting. . >
An Important meeting of the Ladles' I j
Aid Society will be held tojnorrow aft-' \
ornoon at the First M. P. church. ; t
!j
Went to Terra Alta.
diaries Jacobs, of Morgantowu. was j S
In this city u short time yesterday, en j S
route to Terra Alta to enter the saui- j
turium. He was accompanied by his J
lather. Grant Jacobs and Dr. Fitcli. of \
Morgantown. He is well known here. I
having been employed In the local post- \
office for several months after tb</j J
strike. i k
s
Arrived Here Sunday. , j
Francis Richards, of Caretta, W. Va... J
arrived here Sunday to mako Ills home j J
with his aunt, Miss Ann Richards, of : }
Wilson street. He Is the twelve year 11
old son of Jelui Richards who died De- I
cemher 10. at Norton- Va. The child j
innde the trip here alone.
Personals.
Marshall Prunty has returned here J
to re-enter the Normal after spending j
the holidays at his home at I'ruuty- j
town.
Mrs. Mary Ann Shuttlesworth. of.J
Little Falls, and daughter, Mrs. Olive >
Rubes. o? Morgantown. arc guests of I!
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bishop and Mr. and i j
Mrs. S. A. Shuttlesworth.
Mrs. Menear and mother. Mrs. j!
Hershberger, went to Wheeling yes- . I
terday for a short visit. !!
Miss Grace Johnson, of Shlnnslon. :S
spent Sunday with Mrs. 0. P. Morgan , J
on State street.
Calvin, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. j
E. G. Wilson, of UuiYey street, Is ill of i J
tonsilitis.
Mrs. Cliarlos Moran is ill at the | {
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Or-1 j
ville Holland.
Eldon, the youngest son of Mr. and , j
Mrs. Melville Merrifleld, is sick.
Guaranteed
To fflvo m*
m?oney yw?u
he refunded, 1 -;; u - - w
J. M. Hartley & Son Co.
JT CHARLIE.
:'MOM-WWT BE i
^BA?WWAM>- ,
HARDLY ABLb lU WALK i
Grafton, AVcst Va.?" I was verv nick
vaft. with kidney
.lyJStigjft, trouble and stomW?
v# acli trouble alter ?Sa
fcS typhoid fever.
1 ml - Could not eat any- |
' %fc\ V 3> S: thine without it
1 'ra?',p" would hurt me.
' wlbp-^ Was scarcely able
vi&sHjP- t0 wa"t 'or about
////^ fifteen months and t
1 iWffl//Z/i /l//iA wafi veO" weak and
' V iJlSZ// 0'"' .-nervous. After
1 'Ai(w :'' ? taking one bottlo
' ' flrt ?f Doctor Pierce's
V? Golden Medical
Discovery I began to fee) better, and
ifter taking six bottles I can now ent
mytbing 1 want and feel just tine.
,ni doing all my housework which I
irobably never would have been able
o do had It not been for L'r. Pierce's
ipdicine.1'?Mrs Enoch Sattf.rfield,
(.12 St. John St. Grafton, West Va.
lJr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- '
:overy is a tonic and builder that brings I
tew activity to the liver, stomach and t
>owol.s in a short time, thus causing t
?il!o\vncss. Indigestion and constlpa- t
Lou to disappear. '
Good blood mentis good health: good 1
leultii means strong men and women,
ult of vigor and ambition, with minds '
ilert auu muscles over willing. Any '
nedlclne dealer will supply you with c
Jr. I'ierce's Golden Medical Discovery ; *
n either liquid or tablet form. Send 1
o l?r. Pierce. Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, '
v". Y'., for free book. 1
Dr. Plerco's Common Sense Medical ?
Vdvlser?a great doctor book?of 1008 ]
isgcs, cloth bound?answers many lm- 1
lortant quest Ions. Copy will be sent 1
lor h dimes (or stamps) to pBy wrap- '
jing and mailing charges.
Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regu- !
into and invigorate stomach, liver and j
| bowels. Sugar-coated and easy to take
i is candy. j
8
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i m'
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Miss RUBY GLOSS Show,
the Easy Way to
Housekeeping
DUSTS. CLEANS,
POLISHES
Tour Furniture,
riano. Woodwork,
Automobile, Finished
Floors, and all
Varnished Surfaces.
Clear, pure and
free from any rum.
Will not rather
dust, as it gives a
bard, dry, bright
gloss; a brighter
lustre than wax and
eaaler to use,
' FOR FLOORS USB
Hardens CedsrQj^
PoduI?p 5pecl?lty Slarp fcr
I store opens if %
8:00 a. m. ytftjjn
closes at v '
p. u.
| We Believe \
| to Share in Th
Revision
s r
IK FINE SUITS, COAT
At Very Substai
All are high class mc
designers. Ready-to-w
^ of individuality.
8 All $25.00 Suits J
& All $30.00 Suits I
$ All $35.00 Suits R
All $40.00 Suits E
| All $50.00 Suits E
a COATS OF QUAI
^ 1-4 to 1-3 From!
| DRESSES FOR WOMEl
^ 1-4 to 1-3 From
Special Bargains Th
gj AIL our furs at 1-4 oil the Rcgu!
All our Ktmonas at 1-4 oft tho R
I.adlea' Bath Robes 1-4 oft the R
ft All Silk Petticoats 1-4 oft the Ri
||( Crepe do Chine Blouses 1-1 oft t
H Georgette Crepe Blouses 1-4 oft
SS Good style Untrlmmed Hats rei
K up to $5.00.
S{ Trimmed Hats at ^1.75, $2.50 ar
^ Good Style Hats, sold (or more
| New 1917Bu
^ The newest styles and choicest
S slvc for Fairmont. See the rtlsp
priced at 05c, 75c, 85c, and $1.00.
^ All Our Art D
%JS?r//g^WWW
KOW TO RELIEVE !
HEAD NOISES
300D ADVICE FOR THOSE WHO
FEAR DEAFNESS.
I
People who are growing hard of
loaring and who experience a stuffy
'eeline nf nressnre flenlnst fhotr par
* -o I
irums, accompanied by buzzing, rum>liug
sounds in their head like water
ailing or steam escaping should take
>rompt and effective measures to stop j
bis trouble. Head noises arc almost,
nvariably the forerunners of complete
>r partial deafness, and most deaf peoilc
suffer from them constantly. Someimos
these head noises becomo so disrooting
and nerve-racking, with their
tever ceasing "hum." they drive the
lufferer almost frantic and complete
lervous breakdown may result.
Thanks to a remarkable prescription,
t Is now possible to lessen tho severity
of these bead noises and often
ompletely overcome them and with
he disappearing of the head noises the
tearing also greutly improves, aud very
requently can bo restored to normal,
t can be easily prepared at homo for
ibout 75c and we believe Is a" most effective
treatment for this trouble,
rrom your druggist secure 1 oz. Parnlnt
(Double Strength), take this home
ind add to it 1-4 pint of hot water and
I ounces of granulated sugar. Shir
intil H(eonllfOll ToV? ma *nVlnnMACin
.11IVII uigouiILU, 1 UllV UUO U1UI
Jul four timeB a day. Parmlnt Is uBed
n this way not only to reduce by tonic
iction the inflammation" and swelling
n the Eustachian Tubes, and thus to
jquallzo the air pressure on the drum,
3Ut to correct any excess of secretions
u the middle ear, and the results It
;ives are usually quick and effective.
Every person who has catarrh In any
'orm should give this recipe a trial.
Holt Drug Co. can supply you.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTOR 1 A
BLOOMINt
New stock of beautiful
Ferns;
Cut Fl
Rich red roses, also pin!
sweet peas am
Leaman & 1
SF^Z '/rwfi
?S^:?Si
Wor?r'r. Mlf? kptml '
ADVERTISING
ou Will Like i I
lis Downward |
of Prices
SLI
rs AND DRESSES
utial Reductions
dels, made by the best
ear that has that touch I
Sp I
Ol J
i. J 36 ]
'educed to $18.75 aBH
teduced to $22.50
;educed to $26.25.
leduced to $29.75.
[educed to $33.34.
jITY reduced
Former Prices.
N of wool or silk sv]
Former Prices.
roughout the Store^
lar Prices.
;ogular Prices,
egular Prices,
igular Prices.
be Regular Prices.
the Regular Prices.
Juced to J1.25. Sold this season M
lhau double this pric#
ngalo Aprons \
colorings. Styles we have ex. in- J !
lay of these Aprons In windows I
oils Half Price M
TRY A WANT AD
_____ . :
Bumstead's Worm Syrup
A safe and sua Bomody for Worm a
Stood tho toot for SO roars. IT WETEA
run. To cMldnn It U an angol of
moror- HMAHAHT to take. ho
sxckhxss. ho fhtsic heeded. On* >
bottlo baa ktUod 1SS worms. All drocrloto
and dsalsn, or by m?u-36c a bot. J
Bat. O. A. VOOUIIS, M. m. Pblla., Pa.
?i
j
K. hiiKt
puc JEhUIa
Is My Weather Prophet.
IB can tell stormy weather days
I off by the twinges in my shoulders
and knees. But here's an
old friend that won drives out the paiiu
and nchea.
Sloan'a Liniment it to easy to apply, no
rubbing at all, it ainka right in and fixci
the pain. Cleaner than muaay plasters am!
ointmenti. Try it for (tout, lumbago, neuralgia,
bruitea and sprains.
At your druggiat, 25c. 50c. and tl OO.
I I
j PLANTS
Cyclomen, Primroses and
just in
owers
k and white, carnations,
d narcissus
ritherington
Postoffioe. Bell 284-J
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e*Tae?vwrtAT?sc*is[
* A*D TVV OTWEfe '
i.rseos vmat sue
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