Newspaper Page Text
^ FESTIVAL IIBIM UNCEIT1ITI As Final Lap of Pivotal Week! Guess; Tie Would be Cert Today; 40,000 Extri lVr ------- " Nominatii Good for 5,i ^ I nominate Street Nominated by ............ Address In the West Virginian Golden Fes ffifrr blank sent in for each candidate vt\ jjt i neatly and sent or brought to tho Jfe' Room 209, Jacobs Building. Fai.mor l',' .tru-un-ir- n_-_ r 50?VG1 | in t: Great Gold< | of the west For District No Adc NOT GOOD AFT r. 1 . As the latter halt of the great plvo-t C tal period In Tha West Virginia's S Golden Festival starts no farther ldoa E of the standing or winning posslblli- n ties can be gained tlinn before the week started. The leaders aro constantly changing, it is true, and new posslbllltles are constantly appearing; y stlll none has succeeded in drawing g far enough a head to insure a perma ! 0 nent leadership. Unless this pivotal week can change j this State of affairs, during these next! few days the final period of the Golden ' Festival will start under pcrcullar clr- ! ? onmstance? Tli final peri , I .-ill start with the possibility of one of the * finest muddles in s a :-n. at i: > tab that could ever bo conceivod. 11 ? the campaign worn to close tonight jthere Is not the slightest doubt In tlie , world every single award would find several people with the same number j 6 of votes claiming ownership 3 Week Important . 1! It was supposed that this pivotal j * week would do something to help this j b state of affairs. It Is the most iin- * portant week of the whole campaign. J for the public is watching the cam- 1 palgn of their friends very closely. Ar. one man exDressed it yesterday: "16 don't want to waste my time support ! 3 tng a dead one. ami if ray candidate 2 doesn't show some speed on her own j 1 account, this week. I am simply going! li to switch over to one I know is a j 3 live one." That expresses the senth 2 . ment of fully two-thirds of the people I who are helping their friends to win '5 The closing of this ni.OflO extra j 2 votes on each set of three six months' ' y v. subscriptions is' set for !' o'clock Saturday evening of this week. After . Saturday night there are Just three i more weeks left of this great Golden i Festival. The time is very short yet ? long enough for anyone on the list to ? start out and put themselves al the top In line for the Thousand Dollars on the 14th of April. House to House As the Campaign Manager has so frequently pointed out. the very best r way to win. is to multe a house-to- c house canvass. Take a sireet at a ^ time, a block at a time. AND SEE EVERYONE. There is something for you in this Campaign, in every single house that you go in! Don't forget II tjat! If the people have already giv- b >; en you a short tertn subscription, get _ them to finish it out and make it a year. If they have given this short term to soma other candidate, then c * you get the balance of the year. v Everyone has to have a daily sews- ? paper. They can't get along without one. Sell them something! Get the votes! That Is the way to Win! That is the way the people who eventually win will conduct their campaign. Which Do You Want? There are four more big weeks Time enough for you to win that ?& $1,000 no matter where you etand today. Which award do you want? Your own energy will he the answer! Not Too Late to Enter ' . it is not my any MEANS too late to enter the GOLDEN festival. in reality the golden festival is just starting. by this time it must be seen ;!? by everyone that subscriptions are the guiding factor in the campaign: that if you would win you must secure a few subscriptions. now give the golden festival a careful 8tudy, then fill out the nomination blank on another page and send it in and win. call on the golden festival manages and have him ' explain the details to youif you cannot call AT the office, call him of onthe TELE rapnm s3th2* phone, bel.t. lof. Consolidated ?27, ajtd kl IBS* flaw AjasFwapwAnvg GOLDEN 1 TES CREATES! 'JS10 WINNERS Starts, No One Can Venture ain if Campaign Closed i Votes Set Goal. m Blank 11 1 /i/i/i rr. ^ _ _ uuif voies r City : . i - J r i1 tival. Only the first nomination ! 11 ho counted. Must be clipped out / , lanager The Golden Festival, , i it, W. Va. ' 1 . - in . i rES--so!; !. HE en Festival i VIRGINIAN. Iress ER MARCH 26 >F THE GOLDEN FESTIVAL TO . EE voir AND EXPLAIN ALL THE j DETAILS. Send in your nomination : . ow. 1 j VOTE SCHEDULE. The price of The West Virginian and he Farmers Free Press follows, to-1' ether with the number of votes issued j n each subscription payment. BY CARRIER. 'In Fairmont) years $35.00 125,000 votes; years 21.00 "u.000 votes years 14.00 40,000 voteu year 7.00 15,000 votes months.... 3.GO U.OOO votes mouths 1.80 2.200 votes mouths 1.20 1.500 voles BY CARRIER. (Outside Fairmont) Jir. nit it: nnn ? iftit.uu j(O.WU VUIH3 years 27.00 SO.OOft votes years lS.ua 50.000 votes year 9.00 25.000 votes months 4.50 lU.OOo votes months..., 2.00 5.000 votes months.... 1.50 2.000 votes month 75 1,500 votes BY MAIL. years S2S.0O 75.000 votes' years 15.00 40.000 votes years 10.00 25,000 votes [ year 5.00 10.000 votes , months 3.00 5.000 votes months.... 1.50 2,000 votes months 1.20 1,000 votes j FARMERS FREE PRESS years $ 5.00 10,000 votes years 2.00 2,000 votes year 1.00 1,400 votes | 50,000 EXTRA VOTES FOR EACH 10.00 WORTH OF SUBSCRIPTIONS URNED IN THROUGHOUT THE iAMPAIGN. THE $10.00 DOES NOT tAVE TO BE TURNED IN ALL AT INE TIME. 'i HERE IS THE MOTHER ?ith a child who is rundown, has pale heeks or thin blood, who will hesitate ogive that child the very thing itneeds o start it growing and keep it going? For over forty years the concentrated iquid-food in Scott's Emulsion has icen changing thinness to plumpness -changing poor blood to rich blood. There is nothing better for growing hildren?whether they are weak or irell?than Scott's Emulsion, but see hat yon get the genuine Scott's. Scott ft Botroe, Bkxxnfleld* N. J. 1640 ! . I I Qp. REWARD! jjjf hoboov v - ?V0Uy WON Mtwfe wows ' jwnwhour jpyg ' . .. ......., .. THE WEST VIRGINIANYOUR OWN G (Second of a series of articles- on how to run your own garden, what and when to plant, how to plant it and care for It.) By A GARDENER. Planning the garden is most important. A badly planned garden interferes with cultivating and harvesting and reduces the amount of vegetables you will get. The question to many first season gardeners is whether to make use of the backyard or a vacant lot nearby. Against tho vacant lot is the possibility of somo other person reaping some of tho harvest and tho likelihood that you won't spend as much time in It us you should. Against tho backla rd garden is the possibility of Its being needed for the children, or that It is shaded too much. I have in my backyard a garden space ill) feet deep and 60 feet wide, but 1 also make use of small patches of ground In other parts of the yard, and [>t hotbeds and cold frames. If you have a backyard in which the ?un may shine, make use of it. And i If there's a vacant lot nearby which you I can get runt free, take It. Having picked the ground you are I ready to draw plans. I run all my rows from north to south. That lets the sun's rays get. between rows. Dividing my plot, into two equal: spaces 1 run a path down the center. I This I have filled with cinders, trodilen down. This makes a dry pathway an ralnv days. It can. of course, bo | lust a well beaten earth pathway. To the south of the path are the ; mailer plants, onions, lettuce, radish- j bs. beets, spinach, carrots, turnips, ; parsnips and potatoes. By grouping the small vegetables to-1 ward tho south you do not shut oft the ! tun fron. (he northern part. If there's obp tliltltr VPi'i'tiiMp? lift"! ?* '? etin. I shine. If there is a spot to which the sun loesn't get for long periods plant that to onions, lettuce, ladinbos, spinach HAVE A GARDEN SCRAP BOOK. These articles are valuable for use in the future if you don't start u garden now and lor reference after If you start a garden. Why not clip them and paste them in a hook? Have a garden scrap hook like the housewife's recipe scrap book. rather than to corn, tomatoes, cab-1 bages, potatoes or beans. On the north side of my garden I \ have peas, beans, cabbages, tomatoes i and sweet com. , On a separate s nail pint, which is In the sun all day I have a few cucumber hills; on another 1 have cantaloupe^. They need plenty of sun. Along the border fronting on the' yard 1 have a row of flowers. They add a pleasing touch and furnish cut [lowers for the table. Along my chick?n yard, or perhaps in your case, the f||| 1) 3 Igp FRECKLES AND I' f JOST A MtNUTE \\YOUN Cl WELLES ((MY. CUJTY.'To \ BlEKY.'BHl ? -- -FAIRMONT, TUESDAY 1 ARDEN- HOI yi,o-arjc,R.3 *"T jjj ? fc i?g s <j kB S " o 2 jg 1 0 3' " .TECO^D HJg -PLAJNT1N&3 ? otT'OITS R PAksn;p.". I tubhtp~ t CAP POTS eaiL"E.T3 P--API3HE.O H ' T.E.TTUCHL 3 3PINAC.H ?# ONIONS !?? >" FLOVEB.S HOW TO PL. back fence, arc nasturtiums and morn ing glories. In planning your garden take into consideration tho vegetables the family likes best. In u very small space, grow only vegetables requiring small space, excluding cabbages, corn, pole beans and. possibly, potatoes. but it is likely tbat next fall and winter there will be a far greater demand for real, nourishing food than for appetizers. To give real battle to the high cost of living consider thb bean3 than in tomatoes, radishes, lettuce or onions. The rule in planting is that tho smaller the plant the closer the rows 11" your lot should face the north, say, run the path down the middle ii you wan' to, but begin nearest the back fence with the small plants, onions, letttuce, etc., ending up nearest the house with the taller plants. Always grade the plants so the smallest arc nearest the east. Don't plant in beds. That's an exploded garden theory. It wastes space and during hot weather dries the soil. Plant everything in rows. If you don't wrant a whole row ot one thing fill out with another vegetable. Don't plant in tho same rows, late maturing vegetables, potatoes, tomatoes, polebeans. corn, with such early maturing vegetables us set onions, lettuce, radishes, spinach. (The gardener's next ar'lcle on "The Soil in Your Garden" will appear in The West Virginian tomorrow.) FAIR VIEW. The funeral services of Mrs. Stella Martin Miller, wife of Frank Miller, conducted by Rev. C. .V C'offnian in the M. E. church, south. Sunday morning. were largely attended by a concourse of friends. Mr. and Mrs. James Sutton left Sunday for a visit at Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. Miss Lillian McBee, Lon Weaver Mr. and Mrs. pinkney Schroeder. Miss Ladies', Misses Spring , Also 1\ [aufmanvs S^oljigSiore \ HIS FRIENDS?(HE NE1 rrutBE~T~"T&T"""7U1 QUf 3' /j>o^ C 4=5^- , SVENING, MARCH 20,1817. V TO PLAN IT 3VEB.7 coan ? -E, POLE. BEtAT*2> ^ 0 1 *53 ?, TOMATOES Jjf. < ftn TOMATOES ' * CABBAGE. ??- Hfl ?A caulxf-LCWHH IVART BEAMS. ~ W (EAK.LY) H") PEAS * PEA'S * _ ' AN A GARDEN. J ; Adda Fletcher and Horner Amnions were Fairmont visitors Saturday. Miss Flossie Eddy will entertain the sophomore class at her home 1 Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pethtal, of Hundred. Mrs. Opal Hall. Miss llazel Billinglea, Mrs. Zella Westover, Lock Hamilton, of Fairmont. Riley Martin, j of Farmington, Charlie Smith, of HunI - . - m mr . m ? Mother Praise That Reli DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN IS A DEPENDABLE FAMILY LAXATIVE. i Nearly all the sickness Incident to a baby's life Is due to constipation, or | Inaction of the bowels. At the first indication of irregularity in this important function, relief should be afforded promptly. A mild laxative should bo administered to gently carry off the congested waste and leave the stomach and bowels free to perform their allotted tasks. Of the various remedies recommend| ed to relievo constipation, the combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, as prescribed by Dr. W. B. Caldwell and sold in drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is the most effective. It contains no opiate or narcotic drug, is rleasant to the taste, mild and gentle in action, and quickly brings tbc desired relief in an easy, natural manner. Mrs. C. J. Douglas, Mason, 111., writes that she cannot say enough In praise ol Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin as a dependable family laxative. Little Mary Eva had been badly constipated until they tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep, sin. which brought the first natural relief the child had had in two weeks. ' and Children's Apparel lillinery Manley He 19, 20 &; VER STOPS TO THINK!)?] ( SPEAK THE TttVTM ~~ V^S ' / N^V/BtTAlWINOTo THE ( SUER1PF MOW ? (4A.VE ] ?. dred. were here Sunday to attend the < funeral of Mrs. Frank Miller. i Mr. and Mre Otto Fluharty who t hare been visiting the letter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gump, have return- i ed to their homo at Munntngtou I Miss Autumn lianah entertained her friends at a birthday party Thursday < night in honor of her school teacher, i Harry Morris and school mates. He freshments were served, games wero i played and a pleasant evenlug was i spent. \ Mrs. J. L. Tennant was at Fairmont shopping Saturday. Joe Carroll Brodle Amnions and Bert Santce were Fairmont visitors i, Monday. Mrs. L. I.. Morris was at Fairmont , shopping Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pave Sturglss who , were week-end guests of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. li Machcs ; | ney, returned home Monday. A. E. Giles, of Thorn Creek, But- \ , ler. Pa., has been given the card of I ; conference as a lay preacher It was said by one who knew that Mr. Giles can now preach a better seruion than i half the preachers. His wife was Miss ! Ada Green, of Fairview. W. Va daiigh ter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Green Sho stands shoulder td shoulder v.ith . him in all good work, being organ 1st. Sunday school teacher and president of Junior League and a partner any husband can be proud of. Miss Irma Grelgcr. of Polk. Pa . who i was here for the funeral of| Mrs. Frank Miller. Sunday, returned home Monday. i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rvnd and rhil- I ! s Remedy eves Her i | - , Dr. aldwcll's Syrup Pepsin is sold Ip drug stores everywhere and costs j only fifty cents a bottle. To avoid lm-i i itations ask for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup j l'cpsln. See that a facsimile of Dr. | Caldwell's signature and his portrait ! appear on the yellow carton in which j the bottle is packed. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 455 Wash| ingtoti St.. Monticello, Illinois. Dtel (jj 21 Wm hII' BY BLOSSER. Sp J -sa ?i 480 4 - Iron who were the week-end gueati pf Mr. and Mrs. William Knode, reTho Xcedlo ('reft Sewing club will * meet with Mrs. W. W. Bowman at per home Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Pollock, of Fairmont, preach9<1 in tho M. E. church. South. SunJay night and was very' much enjoyed by all. Also Monday afternoon mil Monday night Ho was the guest pf Rev. and Mrs. (\ N. t'offman at th* parsonage while here. OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN. ^ CLARKSBt'RG. March 30.?The fOl- ~ lowing officers have been electod to serve for another jeur bv the stockPolders of tho Penn Window Qlaas pompany. which operates a large plant it Pennsboro: President. Hector Tlitry: vice president. Amil Cornell; treasurer. Alfred tjulnaut; secretary. I.eon Sorter: directors. J. B. Algre-a, Arthur Komaln. Alfred Sttsaln, Emli Mcalse and llert Bradford. WHEN YOUR DOCTORTAVS 'Vou Need a Tonic," be Suro and QeJ "Old Hickory Tonic" Becntise It Is made from a doctor'siwn private formula One doctor used it (n his practice for Sti long years. It contains no Strychnine or othef such stlmuIantB that strengthen you for Hi" moment, only to react inul depress. Old Hickory Tonic Is a tint"rii'd, true tonic, rich In iron and purl"vttig herbs. roots ami barks. Hundreds if people are praising It. four drug* fist sells It. Ilcfuse substitutes, for there Is nothing on tho market Ilk31(1 Hickory Tonic. HER DRUGGIST'S _ ADVICE PROVED VERY VALUABLE He Told Mrs. Annie Hutzell to Take -Nerv-Worth and Results Were Magical. This entirely new Clarksburg statu meat in behalf of the famous family tonic which contlnuca to be a star seller at Crane's drug storo will h< decidedly Interesting tt> the wldo awake reader: "I have suffered from nervousness sleoplessness, poor appetite, general run-down condition for six months Of more. Taken lots of medlcino and spent lots of money. "After trying all the medlclnos ad vcrliaud for my complaint I asked Mr. Crano what to take and ho roe omnionded Ncrv-Worth. 1 tried it and found 1 began to sleep, my appetite returned anil I felt relieved of tho nervousness. after trying only one bottli of Nerv-Worth. I recommend tho mdIclno and am going to keep on taking It. ANNIE HUTZELL," 40%O1d Town Road, Clarksburg W. Va Your dollar back at Crane's drui store, Fairmont. If Nerv-Worth doei not benefit YOU. Ask at Crane's foi the New Nerv-Worth Laxative Tab lets.. Wonderfully good for llvor and bowela when taken In connection with Nerv-Worth tonic. 25c a box. Set of Teeth $8 GUA"NNTEED 10 VEAR8 r ' ' ^9 B Crown and bridge work, 36.00. Tooth fllllnge, 60c and up. Examinations ^nd estimates FREE. Dental methods have totally changed In the last few yean and to get the boat 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 Store. The Union Dentists Bell Phone 921 J. ?? ?J NOJ-NoR^i NOBODY ELSE'S* < '