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; ??????i Keep Dry and Save Doctor Bills V,1.. so t We can eeve you considerable money on wet weather weara> Wee. $6 and $7 Woman's Raincoats $4.98 One model taken at random from our huge stock ot waterproof garments;. It is stylishly fashioned by a famous American maker who Is an expert In his line. Material Is a novelty gray, guaranteed waterproof and the garment is at once sensible HttS a St -J ?? Ir ruu iraauuiui. nu DIZOS lor women and misses. Other raincoats In peper and salt and several shades of tan, equally low prioed at SO-SO and (7.50 up to 110.00. Third Floor. Men's Raincoats $2.98 to $10 Hundreds of them here la an Imposing gathering of gray, tats and mixtures. Every one of them la a remarkably good value at It* price. Second Floor. Rubbers! \For the Whole Family Wo- save you money on rubbers as well as on most things you buy at Harrison's. Women's Rubbers at 50c, 70c and 75c. Men's Rubbers 75c, 90c and $1.00. Children's Rubbers, ?yc, 4&c, 50c and 60c. Second Floor. jnnassfir?. 'EAST SIDE II NEWS Lib i1 ii Will Leave Thursday. James Palmer and three clilldreo, of State street, wilt leave Thursday tot the Mexican border where they are called by the eerious illness of Mrt. Palmer. On account of noor I I health Mi's. Palmer went to that placo several months ago to visit her sister, thinking the chango of cllmato would benefit her, but she is now in an alarming condition. Called to Kldwell. Mr. and Mrs. William Stoncklng. Mr. Henry Stoneklng and Miss Mabel Stoncklng attended the funeral of the Meters. Stoneklug's mother at KidweD, W. Va. Mothers' Meeting. An .unusually Interesting meeting of theW. C, T. XJ. was held Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Hannah Jones and Mrs. J. D. Summers entertained at a mothers' meeting. Twenty-four ladles were present. Mrs. Melville V?rrltield, of Wilson street, will entertain at the next mothers' meeting. Surprise Party. Miss Virgtc Hawkins, of Haymond Street, was given a delightful surprise birthday party Monday evening. A large number of young folks were present Refreshments were served during the evening. Attended Funeral. Mrs. Myrtle Shuttlesworth. Miss Ines Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Ross aud Miss Pasrls Jacobs were among those (Tom this city who attended the funeral of Charles W. Jacobs at Morgantown yesterday. Dollar Social. , xne annual aoliar social was held last night by the Ladles' Legion of the Palatine Baptist church. The affair prat held at the homo of Mrs. Edward T. Bishop and was a very enjoyable V one. Class Entertained. Mrs. Feather's class of the Diamond Street M. E. Sunday school entertalneo at the church last night for Miss Virginia Palmer, who leaves Thursday for the Mexican'border. Personals. Austin Stealey was In Morgmntown yssterdsy. Mr. Slother has accepted a position with the Consolidation Coal company. His family will move here soon tram Barkeraburg to Mrs. Hoult's property on Haymoud street Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Carpenter spent yesterday at Colfax. Mrs. Mary Hartmon. who has spent several months in Morgantown, come np today to visit relatives here. Miss Kate Morgan, of Flaggy Mead* ow. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ^ Clarence Fisher Monday. Although Kid Broad has been In the movies several months there has been no word of him being bothered by mash notea from beautiful society debutantes. ? 1 STATE NEWS || Houston G. Young, tils incoming secretary of state has announced the appointment of the following assistants: James D. Oronnlnger of Morgan town as chief clerk; T. J. Honnker of Beck-j ley. corporation clerk; Homer Gray, clerk of board of public works and state auditing board; Miss Frances Key, certificate clerk; Cal F. Young, printing clerk; Miss Maud Davis, assistant printing clerk; Miss Janette Bekenstetn, recording clerk. With the exception of the first two named, all of these appointments are the present Incumbents of the positions. One of the principal participants In the inauguration of John J. Cornwall as governor of West Virginia next Monday says the Charleston Mall will be former Governor Henry Mason Mathews, of Lewlaburg who waa inaugurated into the same office Just forty years ago at Wheeling, where the state caltal was then located. Then, as now, Inauguration day fell on Monday, March 4, having come on Sunday, as It wilt this year. The former governor has announced his Intention of being an actlv epartlclpant In tbo coremonlee attendant upon the return to executive power In the state of the Democracy after a vacation of twenty years. -Major Randolph Stalnaker who was l hen a young man and served as private secretary to Governor Mathews, later occupying the position of secre tary of State, will alio be among the old timers who bare announced their intention of participating in the exercises next Monday. Naturally, but few of those who were promlnont in the ceremonies 40 years ago will be able to participate in the festivities next Monday, there being, so far as known, only two of the 25 members of the committee of < arrangements still living?Morgan L. Ott and Ed Weisgerber, of Wheeling, both of whom are tar advanced in u years. c M. L. Ott, Anthony Reymann and E. t W. Oglomay of Wheeling are the sur- o vivors of the 32 members of the lnvl- c tation committee, while of the 93 on p the reception committee, those still living are Randolph Stalnaker, Alfred Caldwell, 0. 0. Moffman, W. P. 1 Hubbard, Chas. Senesey, Alex Mitch? n ell. Oeorge Adams. Dr. L. B. Wilson, f and Joseph Speidell, all of Wheeling, o Of the floor committee of 25 the sur- ? vivors are Randolph Stalnaker, Dr. J. v R. L. Hardesty, Prank Oglebay and t W. B. Peterson. t f The Ohio County Medical Society, o composed of all the physicians of the county has endorsed the anti-fee splitting bill'recently enacted by the o legislature and has appointed on in- t vestlgatlng committee to co-operate t with the county authorities in enforc- s ing the law. The new law prohibits li a physician, surgeon or osteopath from dividing bis compensation received from a patient with any other person ? or physician who may have recom- e mended or sent tho patient. t! n Fifteen hundred registered dele- 5 gates is the minimum attendance toward which all efforts are being directed for the annual convention of ? the West Virginia Sunday School As- * soclatlon which will be held in Par- ? kersburg May 8. D and 10. State Sec- ' rotary Walter A. Snow of Clarksburg c. lias announced that the list of speak- ? era will Include Prof. M. V. O'Shea, 1 professor of Education at the University of Wisconsin; Ralph X. Mclntlre. manufacturer of Topeka, Kas.; Mrs. Maud Junkins Baldwin of Chicago, elementary superintendent of the Interna- (, tlonal Sunday school Association; Wal r lace I. Woodln, general secretary of the Connecticut Sunday School Association and many others. J During the past week It Is estimated ? that ono hundred more West Virgin- v lana passed through Wheeling enroute to Akron, Ohio, where they have se- 0 cured employment In the rubber fac- t torles. From all of the northern West j Virginia counties there is a steady j stream of young men constantly leav- j log for the Ohio city. It Is asserted i that the number of West Virginians now there excoeds five thousand. I, William S. Johnosn, state treasurer a elect bAe anounced that he has retained Hal F. Morris, as his chief clerk, v Mr. Morris has occupied that position i during the administration of L. Leslie Long. Mr. Johnson who has been In g 111 health since early In the last cam- n l>aign Is slowly regaining his health, but will be unablo to devoto his time f: to his office for several weeks, at h least. L For the next few weeks the county n courts In nearly all the counties of West Virginia will be short In at > least some of the funds at their dls- a liosal and tho system of retrenchment h will be In order throughout the state a until next summer. In a number of e tho counties some of the funds win h be depleted until the July levy le made E I Forty prisoners In the Fayette I county jail were fed at a cost of 24.7 a cents a day during the month of Jan- 1: ' FRtCkLtC GO > SEE \NW0 XI \ I? AkT THE ( FfcoWT 000 ^ - 'Tils' if ENGLAND^' \ t4tifijMj)lt*fl|^M BFk^^-V ~ , * ':t tHs? v I ; * *^$$8Jwp V- ;A -^S? LLOYD aEOROE PREMIER OF IONOR, CONSISTING OF SOLDIER 8 iary. This fact Is shown by the recirds of Cheriff McGraw, who sl^Rhnt he food has not been sufficient but f such quality that none of the oris ners voiced any more than usual com I a ilatnt at any time. I It cJ When the extra session of the leg- it slature la ended J. Alfred Taylor, tj lember of the House of Delegates t] rom Fayette County will assumo the e, nice of editor of the Charleston ;tate Record, a weekly publication, rhlch is the result of a combination of be old Fayette Sun and the Charles- b on Herald. He was editor of the Drmer when It was published In Fay- T ttevllle. ,* All Orafton schools will remain 81 pen on Saturdays the remainder of bo year in order to make np for the Ime lost during the closing of the chools during the recent outbreak of ? ofantlle paralysis. p After three years under the commls- g Ion form of government Orafton will lect new commissioners this spring, hree men In all, one ot whom will be , layor. The city primary will bo held u larch 6 and the election on March 20 J., The city council of Morgantown has ailed a special election to be held on larch 8 for the purpose of deciding j n the adoption ot a new city charter ?. list granted by the legislature. The harter bill provides that the new form ,( t city government may be adopted y a majority of the votes cast ~ FADtVIEW. ( Mr. and Mhs. James Sutton are busoess visitors at Cleveland and Akon, Ohio. ] Misses Ethel and Etfio Thompson In > I "oio <11 i aiiiuuuir /coiciuay uu n i hopping tour. They were bIbo guests f friends In the evening. Miss Ethel's eturn homo was the first In several .-ceka, being located in Mannlnvton. Mrs. Glenn Hawkins and children, f Burnsvtlle. who have been visiting he former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ... Tennant. returned to her home loud&y afternoon. Mrs. Tennant and aughter Miss Josephine, accompanied hem home as far as Fairmont. Roy Stewart, of Mannlngton, was a luslncss visitor here Tuesday. L. W. Wlngate. of Clarksburg, was business visitor here Tuosday. Dr. T. H. Miller, of Fairmont, was lsitlng his brother. Dr. 0. R. Miller, 'uesday. Lot Austin has pold his household oods and expeots to locate at Fair- ^ tout. ? Miss Lillian McDoe has returned r rom Wheeling. Pittsburgh and Cleve- jr ind, where she bah been purchasing illllnery goods. Mrs. Dllla Wells is sick with pnou- J' lonla fever. Mrs. J. C. Yost was hostess to the D ."oedle Craft Sewing Circle Tuosday fternoon at her home Craiggynook. ? laedle work was thb diversion of the fternoon and refreshments were Berv- n d. Those present were: Mrs. Clyde ? lachesney, Mrs. Will Yost, Mrs. Zell ~ hldy Barto, Mrs. Bable Trlppet, Miss ? .llltan McBee, Mrs. Ira Yost. Mrs. di tgness Gregor, Mrs. Minnie Miller ? nd Mrs. Marion Wilson was shopping ?t a Fairmont Tuesday. ? FRECKLES AND HI L jyatfani-Turi, r-' y-r iMfTnr?iirttiiafy' MAN OF HOUR" INSPEC ' :'. :A;^i tn I ^BkuL 'N^ P^B 1N%iifc , '. . :/ds.l*?ir ' >'L X. v5v OREAT BRITAIN. IS HERE SHOV WHO WON FAME BV VALIANT SI WORTHINGTON. A Family Scrap I Th?re was a lively family war for gi vmnufit VfUni cu lunuuc, INDIGESTION. Get a 10-cent box now. They're fine! Cascarets liven your ver, clean your thirty feet of bowels nd Bweeten your stomach. You eat ue or two, like oandy, before going to ed and in the morning your head is lear, tongue Is clean, stomach sweet, reath right and cold gono. Get a box ?om your druggist and enjoy the nicBt, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing on ever experienced. Cascarets stop Ick headache, biliousness, indigestion, ad breath and constipation. 'Mothers should give a whole Cascart to cross, bilious, silkj feverish chilren any time. The} are harmless and ever gripe or sicken. iron and woodworking machinery -New end second lumd. Machine tools, lathes, lUs, shspsrs, planers, presses. Giraffe maehlny. Dateline engines. Pumps, electric motors, wines. Boilers, Planon, band-saws, sawmill outa. Belting, pollers, shafting. Contractors' couii,. cut. BA1KO MACHINERY CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. IS FRIENDS?(IT WASN" 5 VO UWETo SEE ! ; vooa Mik.-v-a JipixIl VWHUSHES \ I Hull ovrrwTM' short time on Monday evening at the alian grocery on Main street. lgnalo Carcorone the proprietor, becoming icensed at his wife struck her over le head with a chair. After the batn Ut>o Pn> ?? w *?? ? vMbotuuc |jav.rvcu up uui vjwm9 and left for other parte. Reception Largely Attended The reception given to the new memere of the Christian church on Monay evening was largely attended, he program consisted of vocal and istrumental music. Ice cream was :rved to all present. Fair, Box Supper and Social The "Aurora Club" has announced . fair, box supper and social for Wednesday evening. February 28. lenty of good things to eat and a eneral good time is guaranteed. Called to Preston County Dr. W. W. Orr was called to Fres>n county on Monday on account of le serious illness of his father who asides near fndepcndebce. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Freeland, of lutchlnson, were visitors hero on londay. Isaac Mclnttrc was a business vlsijr at Clarksburg on Tuesday. Mrs. ,Ed. O'Neill, of Hutchinson. 'CASCARETS"FOR HEADACHE, COLDS, LIVER, BOWELS NJOY LIFE! DON'T STAY BILIOUS, SICK, HEADACHY AND CONSTIPATED. ,ET RID OF BAD BREATH, SOUR CWAM A/?U on a -rr r> toiioiii. !TING GUARD HH i*iTHr ' .Of v. ?!>- ^ PN INSPECTING THE GUARD OP irvice at the front. was shopping in Worthington on Tu< day. Mrs. Serena E. Martin, of ne Annabelle, was transacting buslne here on MondaV. Lloyd M. uhn, of Monongah. was business visitor here on Monday. Mrs. M. A. Sturm, of Drlsco, w visiting relatives here on Monday. George IV. Millan, of Carolina, w transacting business here on Tuesdo E. A. Rotbllsberger. of Annabel was transacting busines In Justl Parrish's court on Monday. William P. Cotter, of Teverbaug was transacting buslneB here on Tu< day. ~HEADACHES VANISH QUICKLY WHEN YOU TAKE "CELERY-MISl GET A 5c PACKAGE AT ANY STORE. Your headache will simply fa away In a few minutes after you tn' "Celery-Mist." Comfort and rell comes almost at once. It is fit Thousands of people say so. Cot olny 5c a package at any Btore. ? perior to remedies that cost twice much. Safer and better In qualil Contains no opiates or narcotic dru( Try "Celery-Mist" Just onco?you then prefer it to any other headac remedy. Also fine for neuralgia, co in the bead and grip aches and paft TlSaHiMmiimC^r"w nolle!, EM Hi O^cb 2 j Bona is lil ! an old frit f You will all realize he | think of "Bona" Coffee whi ing home and being deprii hoit unexpectedly serves j $ be more enticing?the fla' | meal will seem more enjoy | you have really mined. | BONA | has an appealing flavor ai I ?apart from all other cot 3 friendship that la strong | the coffee of good fellowsl out an unfriendly thought I "Bona" is selected, test I perts. Nothing has been lei Iful beverage it is. Steel cut and packed in eanitarg tin cans. T THAT KIND OF A BAN r 1 ChWT trw LOWS- "?J MtSSUS Me?OOS6V-ItN^ViT)/ To SEE IF FEECWlES WOU'T |] COME To SUNWkV SCHOOL TUtS Sv)WWkV-~VMt VtMT\ ^WIHTOJOIW OUfc. ) . Or jflBk / (V" C Hfl 1*1 TOM fli 9 \ | vnwP^I ?? St The Popular Specialty Store foi M WHERE FA3I ^ Stylish new A| _ e^ I m Separate Skirts * | $5 up to ?1S.50. | Spring Suit | The Prettiest in j?g No wonder that fashion's derot j? Suits and Coats, for they certain): y :? in many a season. You surely w | ft once. Among the new colors are M Citron, Grey, also Navy, Copen an P Suits $18.50 to $60.00 | Beautiful ^ 58| Georgette Crepe, Crepe de Cht N Voile. Whlto Dimity, White and ( SJ ed styles. See some of them In c a PRICES $2.50, $3.50 BRAKEMAN DIES PROM HURTS. 1 MOUNDSVILLE, W. Va? Feb. 28.? ! Following IS hours of unconsciousness Charles Logsdon, aged 26, a brakeman on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad,j died at the Glendale hospital of a frac-1 tured skull. He was Injured yesterday when Ills head was struck by a steel girder on a bridge near here. MAN COMMIT8 SUICIDE. SISTERSVILLE, W. Va.. Feb. 28.? ~ Going into the hay mow of the barn !S ? LOTS OF IRON 8 IN "OLD HICKORY TONIC." as Iron increases the red corpuscles In the blood. The Iron In Old Hickory aB Tonic is one of the best forms of iron Jy- that the human system can absorb. le' That's why you gain strength and vice tality quickly when you take it. Old Hickory Tonic Is made from the formula of a doctor who used this . iS* splendid medicine in his own pracfTce for 66 long years. It improves the ap? petite, adds power and richness to the blood and drives the poisons out of your liver, bowels and kidneys. Sold in every good drug store as well j as in general stores in smalt towns and in the country. 1 Charles H, Morin f of Pennsville, O. ? Evangelist | Starts a Series of Meetings ? Saturday, Feb. 24, 1917, I and continuing indefinitely at the % CHURCH OF CHRIST ? Bnrraokville, W. Va. t Everybody Invited to come ? and bring your friends. 2 jII ! iw much you , rw i sn, after leav- g red of it, your t to you. Then the aroma will > 8 cor more pleasing. The entire ' g able. Then you will know what 1 COFFEE | id fragrance that is distinctive | fees. A quality that makes for 3 and enduring. It is essentially lip and cheer?the coffee with- | sd, blended and roasted by ex- w it undone to make it the delight- | Grocers 30c lb, j D.)?BY BLOSSER. uiE\\ TUlry TINE-'&O\ou 0E6 vjhv FttECWLES0^ / 0OtfT *** Ml I C*WT EMU P |p"p | (^t, MOWOBI ?ii Woman's and Mlaaaa' Apparal I HON REIGNS S vj,f Beautiful Early jj Sprtng Hata ?2.M S up 10 *iow- a. J " njr 5 and Coats 1 i Many Seasons | ees enthuae over the new Spring M y are the smartest garments seed I ill like them?and want them at g Apple Green, Mustard, Gold Sand; J? d Black. Coats $10 to $45. lew Waists i ne. Pussy Willow. Taffeta, White W :o!ored Linens in exquisite tailors M >ur windows. I, $4.50 UP TO $8.50 Ml ^//AmssssmS^j on her home In Alvjh this county, Mary I.emasters foun# the body ot her father, nufus Lcmastera. hanging by a rope from a rafter where he had committed suicide prosuma&y last Saturday. Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists. ~ Miller1? Antiseptic Oil Known Snake Will Positively Relieve Pain In Thres Minutes Try It right now for Rheumatism.. Neuralgia. Lumbago, tore, stiff and swollen Joints, pains in the head, back and limbs, corns, bunions, etc After one application pain disappears as If my magic. A never-falling remedy used internally and externally for CoughB, Colds, Croup, Bore Throat, Diphtheria and Tonsillitis. This oil is conceded to be the most penetrating remedy known. its prompt and immediate effect In re llevlng pain Is due to the fact that it penetrates to the affected parte at once. As an illustration pour teu drops on the thickest piece of sole l leather and it will penetrate this substance through and through in three minutes. Accept no substitutes. This great oil is golden red color only. Every | bottle guaranteed; 25c and 50c a hotI tie, or money refunded. For sale by leading druggists. Get It at Crane's Drug Store, Fairmont, \V. Va. Set of Teeth $8 I . GUARANTEED 10 YEARS m QSZ ^AlHr f urown and bridge work, tb.tto. ^ Tooth fillings, 50c and up. Examinations und estimate* FREE. Dental methods have totally changed In the last few years and to got the best of dentistry, consult a dentist who Is practising the late methods. We guarantee our work. Office on Main street opposite Court House, over 5 and 10 Cent 8tora. The Union Dentists Bell Phone 921 J.