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Wednesday 1 la Ola beacon light that shows you from faying too much for merchant caah them In here Wednesday. SHOP AT HARRISON FRIENDS DOD NO PHONE, MAIL OR C. 0. 0. ORDERS ACCEPTED. COUPONS MUST BE PRE8ENTED. i 98c Heatherbloom ? ? ^ Petticoats ODC For women, black or maize color aeiorted sizes. With coupon I BITS OF STATE NEWS : According to the Fayette Tribune government experts are making inves-, tlgetlom along tbe Kanawha valley to > determine whether locations there can be recommended to the federal gov-, eminent tor the establishment of a 100,090-horte power olectrlcnl plant., It is said to be proposed to establish such a plant tor the purpose ot obtaining nitrate* trom oxygen from the at-1 mosphere. Limestone rock fcnnatlono J and suitable places for gonorattng power are among the requisites being investigated. No one in position to give official Information about the project will talk on the subject. Investigation Into the past lite of Mflte Chaaumtl, the Eiverton minor, held In the Fayetto county jail on a lunaoy charge, revo&le the fact that be Is a political exile from Serbia. HI* family wo* a prominent one In that country and Mike held a high office when be oame under the displeasure of the governing powor and waa lent to prlion from wnlch ho escaped and seme to America, He left a wife and tbroo children In the old oountry. At ' Eiverton whore he hod boon employed for eeveral months he made good money and he* some 11,800 on deposit la a Thurmond bank, tie also own* itn Interest In en Illinois farm. Since being U??> 1.11 U-, V,-- _ ancmfb to keep biro alito and norer loops, C. R. ommorflem nu boon appointed a committee to look alter bli affaire, "Trade Aeeeptanoei," endoreod m a praoUoal intern alalia* to cbeok< lac. br vha federal Reserre Board, and the HunttAfton AaioolAtion o( Oredlt Wen, have boon Introduced Into Haattncten auilnegy trnnnaatiqno, '"he sooaptaaoes are beimi forwarded to buyer* hp the MIlUr Huppty Com? fi *, paay, and will aberlly be under neso> tlatloin through thn banks, 'l'lie a<n neptenor* are elwply yotiehpre tor pny< meat and (t i? expected tuey wlif bp. ' erfbedMPfouUs/ $ual^nowte^c. pat of a debt by tie bay er in faroTrt 150c Boys' OQ Rompers OZ/C Of good quality Eden cloth; fi mostly dark colors; sizes 2 to 6 years. With coupon (V) 39c. 10c Rolled | c Gats, 2 for OC j Pawnee brand; 1> lb. 2 oz. net j ^weight; toy Inside package. Wltli i coupon (V) 2 for 15c. 5c "Sunbrite" t A Cleanser. 3 for ... * "Sunbrite." the cleanser that J deans, scours, scrubs and polishes With coupon (V) 3 for 10c. 2c Dozen Clothes ? ; Pins, 4 doz. for " 4-inch polish maplcwood clothespins. With coupon (V) 4 doz for! 75c Enameled p-Q Water Pails 05/C i1 12-quart blue and white stripe coated enamel water polls. With i': coupon (V) 59c. 88c Mixing CC ? Bowl Sets OOC Set constat* of 5 pieces in different sires; of brown-glazed stone-, - ware with black stripes, complete set with coupon (V) 55c. $1.25 Aluminum qq. CoffeePot . OOC 3-plnt elze pure aluminum coffee pot, riveted black handle, with | coupon (V) 98c. ii -l-rxEjm1!1 I W U fill 25c Talcum 1 ? Powder IOC The well known Paragon brand,: ZH oza. net weight; highly per-! fumed, flesh color oniy. with cou-! pon (T) 15c. ?,c.? P?. twygm terns, easiest to follow. ' i Coupon Sale the right course ted prevents you Use. Clip the Items you want and 'S AND MEET YOUR fG THE SAME. 5c Laundry og Soap, 8 for 4DC "Lenox" brand, oval shape laundry goap, with coupon (V) 8 for 25c. n^mmnsi $1.50 Velvet -i o/\ Rugs Size 27x52 good wearing rugs in assorted handsome patterns, with coupon (V) $1.20. i5c Men's or Cotton Sox, 3 for Men's heavy weight ribbed cotIon sox. good true black, with coupon (V) 3 pairs for 35c. 15c Bleached * o Muslin, yard * ^C A famous make and extra good quality, bleached muslin, with coupon (V) yd. 12c. Y'\ CI a 11 M ujif ?JI B HS/'m I5c Brown Crash i i Toweling, yard ... 1 AC 17 inches mide unbleached linen toweling with narrow fast color blue border, with coupon (V) yd. 11c. 75c Table CC Damask, yard 72 Inches wide pure white mercerized table damask, satin finish; with coupon (V) yd. 5oc. aggMOjasn 15c Face no Towels, 2 for ?OC I.argo size (19x28) huck finish; face towels; self color or red stripe border, with coupon (V) 2 for 23c. 50c Table Napkins, 6 for ... ,^5/C 15x15 pure white mercerized ! finish tnble napkins; hemmed and ready tor use. with coupon (V) 6 j ror 29c. / 82.00 Girls' OQ Wool Sweaters *P * Warm and Btyllsh all wool sweat?rs In cardinal and maroon only; I1 size 26 to 34. with coupon (V) 11.39. i the seller, for merchandise that the seller has placed In the hands of the buyer with which to pay this debt. The buyer agrees to pay at a certain date, to the seller, the amount of LUIS LCimiU lUUOUltWIIOBB uy WTHillR across the face thereof, "Accepted," :he date, and name of his ovrn bank \\ An Unruly Stomach =TRY= HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters It Helps Nature Wonderfully A^* THE WEST VIRGINIA BRITISH POOR G ? v . The picture shows the difflcu to carry their own coal, the rich in a and his signature thereon. The correspondent who gathers items along Rural Route 3 for tho Weston Free Press Is responsible tor tho following: "While gilding over the Ice last week Guy V. Allman, the instructor of psalmody, etc., at Browusville. broke through Ice and pluuged Into the water six feet deep. Falling to come up where he went down. Ills friends were In great fear of his lite and lrnmodin? ply ho7in In hranlr the* Ipp around tho hole where he went down. But knowing there was an opening some forty feet down the creek Allman begun to crawl in that direction ub soon as his head hit the ice above. He says that he crawled for dear life, and in a minute he emerged from tho water at the iower end of the ice in a strangled condition The aquatic life doesn't agree with him for he is now laid up with rheumatism. It was a little durk under tho ice for liirn, for he said he didn't see any fish " According to the Sbepherdstown Register. "Charles W. Brown, formerly of Sbepherdstown. has been promoted to the position of superintendent of tho Lehigh and New England Railroad, with ofice at South Bethlehem, Pa. He succeeds E. H. Shipman, appointed to be chief engineer. The friends of Mr. Brown, who is a son-in-law of H. C. Martin, of this place, congratulate him upon receiving the promotion." Three hundred doilnrs looks like a high price for a dog?but then, there are dogn and dogs. Tho dog which John Will Hoffman, of near Lubeck lost was a shepherd dog and the own er claims he was worth every cent of the amount for which he is suing In the damage case on trial before Squire Butcher, of Parkersburg. Tho style of the case is, J. W. Hoffman vs. J. T. Lemon, for $300 damages. It is alleged that some months ago. the plaintiff was driving some sheep past Lemon's place and that while they were passing. Lemon shot the dog which was helping his master drive the sheep. Last week when most newspapers were growing hysterical over German plots and tho closing scenes in the American Congress the St. Albans Heraia printed tne following, set three columns wide, under a pago wide head: The Kanawha has been an Interesting stream since the earlleRt records concerning It. It Is a ireak dear to the Ibr' ;r^~ Mia. RUBY GLOSS Show, the Easy Way to S)d Housekeeping D r wagn, Tour Furniture, Piano, Woodwork. Automobile, Finished Floors, and all Varnished Surfaces. Clear, pure anil free from any rum. Will not gather dust, aIt ghea^a gloss; a 'brighter lustre than wax and easier to use, FOR FLOORS USIS IT'S Guaranteed To give en- Jt~r'"jir:.:i"J^Ti'w* tire eattefac- 2gfBkS3iai2J^B5: J. M. Hartley A Sen Company. FRECKLES AND H \THER COAL IN BAGS A> HH|v ? . V L. x.\^ik>\_?zzz: tv In England in getting coal for the h lutomoblles, the poor in bags and go-car heart o( the geologist, because It serves as a measuring device in estimating the age of the Southern Appalachian mountain ranges. Tho river rises in I North Carolina wholly east of the axis I of the Appalachian mountains; flows I across Virginia and West Virginia to I the Ohio river. In its course it crosses I the whole range of mountains, its I source being on one side and its mouth I on the other. This evidence is acceptI cd as proof that the river is older than I 1 the mountains which it traverses. It I was on the job and had its course firmI ly established before tho mountains I came into existence. Then the folding I of the crust of the earth in that reI gion slowly pushed the vast ridges up | from subterranean depths and formed ; ranges of mountains. They happened to lie directly across the course oE tho river, and It might ho supposed thai they would obstruct the channel and force tho stream to find ^tself a new course. The fact that tho river held to Its its old channel is the geologic proof of the amazing slowness with which ! the mountains were 'orced up front the ! earth's interior. They rose so slowly that the stream, acting like u saw, was able to keep its notch cut down. An inspection ot the map of* that region will show the position of tho ranges and the river and reveal how many enormous ridges bate been cut through by tho stream. The traveler across West Virginia by way ot the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad follows iho Kanawha river gorge more Iran a hundred utiles. In Its upper part It is called New river, hut it is all the same stream. The gorge exceeds a thousand feet in depth, and that is only a part of the excavating done by the river since the ancient time when those vast mountains had their beginning; yet even at that remote lime tho Kanawha waB a very old river, and was perhaps as beautiful then as now as It poured its water into a sea which no longer exists but which once covered practically all ot tho Mississippi valley region. The Kanawha river Is rich in history and tradition. Some investigators believe that its valley was the ancestral home of the Sioux Indians which later lived west of the Mississippi, but it such was the case, it was "Dear ? Yoi Pompeian RA "Dear, your hair ia straggly, thin looking I and lifeless. Your coat collar is always covered with ugly Dandruff "You must use Pompeian HAIR Mas. age. Your hair will soon fluff up and look healthy and attractive. You know what it did tor me," said hit wife. Dandruff, Itching Scalp, Falling Hair We all conditions that with a lkilaoar* can be corrected < Pompeian HAIR Massage will step Dandruff, will restore to the scalp its natural I healthy condition and give the hair lustre ! and life, Pompeian HAIR Massage ia a clear. : wnocruqmo, iDotacroain> uiapiMuia j IS FRIENDS?(YOU'D FEE I* ' ' _^r2? >* <V s i ,. ; ; . j?bi , ?- & D GO-C ARTS! a Wr I f ft I' ^jS?^^^^23B3BE^p me. Poor and rich alike are forced la. This picture was taken at Battersea. ' long ago. The first white explorers found the Kanawha valley without InI dlons. They had been exterminated i about the year 1G72 by Iroquois In! dlana from New York. However, the l red men still occasionally hunted along the stream and went there to make salt from saline springs, eighty miles from the mouth of the river, where salt Is still made. Karat, ha is an Indian name | ana is said to mean "Forest river," but that point la disputed. Tbo name is locally pronounced Connoy with the accent on the last syllable. In early I times It was ofen spelled this way. l? is certain, however, that Indians who knew the river had more than one name for It The French officer, i Celeron, who took possession of the rei gion In 1749 as a portion of the French empire, called the river the unpro| nounceable name "Chlnodashlchota.' *-? W ORTHIN GTON. Leg Broken Kenneth Thorn, a young son of Mr. : aud Mrs. David Thorn, had the misfortune of having a leg broken on : Saturday. Ills father was cutting down an apple tree and the boy got under i the falling tree, breaking the log above : the knee Joint. A Musical Party 4 Mr. and Mrs. J. Dane Parrish were i busts to a musical party at their Main street residence on Friday evening. I Among those present were Mr. and ; Mrs. (1. L. Howell. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred , M. Blllingslea, Mrs. Z. C. Talklngton, 1 Mrs. Karl Bryan. Miss Vesta Thompi son. Miss Doris Parish, Mrs. Arthur 1 Martin. Mrs. A. D. Ireland. Mrs. Elizabeth Wood, Mrs. Mabel Barrier, of i Detroit, Mich.; Mr. E. L. Hess, of | Harrlshurg, Pa.; Mr. Robert Leasor. | and S. K. Jacobs. After some delight| ~ Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package ! ?i nr i 11 i ? proves 11. ^ocatan aruggist3. 1 mus* use JR Massage." to tue, having a fragrant light odor, winch soon disappears. Not oily. Not sticky. | Each bottle, except 25c size, has a shake* top, eo that yon can aprinkla the liquid over the hair or only on the aoaln Bono* ? it convenient ana economical. Event day's delay makes the condidoa of the hair and scalp worse. Get a 25/, 50/ or 11 bottle today from your druggiit MEN- have your barber eretr now and then apply a careful Pompetan HAIR Massage Soon your hair will bare the final touch of a prosperous money-making appearance Start today. t \ . Also the reliable maltera at famous Faanrwtiaa MASSAGE Cream AOs. HP. t BAD TOO, WOULDN'T Y I WAl Am i - i?y> Th? Popular Specialty Store for ? WH^ERE STY MILLINERY ?. New Models ^memjyL flft Arriving Dally *2.50 to $10.00 New Arrivals of A THE NEW SI Wlth 1 fM \ S16 ? Qm&fA 521 SV I K / Ts ?nln ^ fi i^l\\ri\ and ' ? s /y \\ *,y,es SS \ /TKCT^/f ?umI SS \ KH^J/ Nary, 80 \ O, I MUY APP'e a V/ ' iT aiik i ^-i ,/y Btltck \jllllWjMjHI ful vocal and instrumental music re- i Ireshroents wore served. I No Booths Yet An election la to be held In Lincoln district on Wednesday and notwlth- 1 standing the County court has been warned that Precinct No. 1 Is without 1 election booths none have been sup- 1 piled. The compartments used as 1 booths do not fulfill the law as they ' communicate with each other and a 1 voter In one booth can communicate | > with n votor in the other. There might |, be grounds for a contest by those who are opposing bonds. Completed His Work E. L. Hess who has been employed by the construction company erecting the Western Maryland bridge near here has completed his part of the work and departed for Cincinnati, Ohio, where on Saturday evening, where be will be employed for some time. / PERSONALS EllRha Bruinage who has been at Monndsvllle for some weeks, came In on Friday to spend a few days with his family here. II. Lon Martin, of Oakland. Md., arRHEUMATISM i> , Physician Believes a Genuine Remedy for the Disease Has Been Found. ; i 1 -Rheuma, the wonderful rheumatism ; [ remedy sold by Mountain City Drug 'store, gives quicker"and more lasting i relief than other remedies costing i many times as much. Rheuina passes the deadly poison- . j ous secretlouB into the bowels and kid- | , neys, from which they are quickly i : thrown off In a natural, healthy way. j Read what a reputable physician. I says about Itheuma: "I have made a j most careful Investigation of the for1 mtila employed in the manufacture 01 Itheuma. and I heartily recommend It as a remedy for all forms of rheuma- . tlsm. 1 find Rheuma far in advance of the methods generally employed In the treatment of rheumatism, and alto-1 getber different in composition from I the remedies usually prescribed."?Dr.' T.vnnfl Tills should give any sufferer from rhoumatlsm confidence to try Rheuma. Miller's Antiseptic Oil Known As Snake Oil ! Will Positively Relieve (In Three Minutes. Try It right now for Rheumatism. ; Neuralgia, Lumbago, sore, stiff and j swollen joints, pains In the head, back j and limbs, corns, bunions, etc. After i one application pain disappears as If ; by magic. A never-falling remedy used Internally and externally for Coughs. Colds, Croup. Sore Throat, Diphtheria and Tonsllltls. This oil Is conceded to be the best penetrating remedy known. Its prompt and Immediate effect In relieving pain in due to the fact that it penetrates to the affected parts at once. As an Illustration pour ten drops on the thickest piece of sole leather and It will penetrate this substance through and through In three minutes. Accept no substitutes. This great oil Is golden red In color only. Every bottle guaranteed 25c and 60c a bottle or money refunded. For sale by leading druggists. Get j it at Crane's Drug Store. OU, KIDS?)?BY BLOSSER. IT To APOLOGUE PoB. SAV, wwnf ) ocles Solemn the matter? 5 (TUOSe-lu ASk WHAT THE TROUBLE r Y I if / r Women's and Misses' Apparsl^SL^ | BLOUSES I Kijtnhl no4h &i Tn and Color* k I QQQQQv $3.75 up to $3J0 ?l uthentic Styles in 'RING SUITS apeelal emphasis upon the Unu. S |j sually Oood Showing at 1.50 $21.75 $23.75 ) r.50 $31.75 $34.75 [ bingera of spring are these new Jjj 1 lis?welcome In their freshnesa 25 ieaut>\ the aeason's most correct B J L i new fabrics are a welcome rari- ? from those that have gone before B are the new textiles as Trlcorna, "ft ilbnrl Bnrella. Poivet Trill, Loo- flu ? and Novelty Checks. Colors are M , Black, Copen, Gold, Mustard, XS i Green. Rookie. Tyle, Etc. Plain w md novelty silk lined. Novelty S Inu nr A aHdm nt orlatl/t i ^//jmsssasmri^ rived here on Sunday evening (or a < few days' visit with relatives and * friends., Mrs. Elizabeth Martin of It. F. D. No 1, Mannlngton, Is visiting relative) here this week. J. Lane Parrtsb left for Washlngtor and Baltimore on Sunday night. Ht witnessed the inauguration on Monda> a and then wont to Baltimore where he. will enter Johns Hopkins hospital for \?3 a surgical operation. , ' Apply Sloan's Liniment mHthoai robbing to the sore leaders and the | pain will soon be relieved. Fnr rVa<a11metln flp^Ae rnitrnldSa V. .Mwumauw gout, lumbago, bruises, strains, t sprains and muscle stiffness, have a bottle handy. Quickly penetrate* and aoolhet, cleaner than muity pla?fer* or ointment*, doe* not itaio the *kin. '"S3 Al alt druggiatt, 25c. 50c, and $1.00. / ^ 1 ~ Jm m'.i.! ? II vri' ; 1 ? Set of Teeth $8 GUARANTEED 10 YEARS iB crown and bridge wont, Sh.UO. f^M Tooth fillings. 60c and up. -'I Examinations end estimates FREE. Dental methods hare totally J changed In the last few years and to get the best of dentistry. I consult a dentist who is practising the late methods. We guarantee our work. Office on Main street opposite railet Mams* nuae C ? ? Sf* The Union Dentists I Bell Phone 921 J. , I j (^GEewttiii eve BSBT^ , I ^6owrwHerHo^rr AN' BAPTIST SUNDAVCWOOlS FfcB Six MONTH? N' NOW TWEVK HAW UE?fc ICE CKE AH ^ TfeEATf ON TW < SAME NIMYU ?.'! J