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I Jm? If*!1! wM* W' I I Dickens once said, "No one 1 I useless In the world who Ugh I en* the hardens of It for others, ill Because this Is true the word Its ' -fnkjwsitAM??nlfftais dim en+aa IB I J??xiuu wjuiu >vMnmnn* j < tribute nor expects to receive l | i for anything It may hare don II to ligawn the burdens of you I shopping. If the dally' eervlc | we are rendering is helptul tha Is beesnae we try to face th I problems of each day couragi E ously, and courage is the qualit that enables us to conquer In th I cause of Truth, Honor and Dut] y. We shall not flinch because the ws would become useless. Whs r erer burden we can lift for th ? i buying publlo deserves no trll ute, because as we see It, it 1 I > plain and simple duty of thl . store. I ' ^wsws?? rtLuwI22r5S2S56553C255S2lII2S55S*^S25i523 Catches a little dwarfed idea Ws^y.1 ?? Straw hats began to make their ap|j pearance last Saturday, were numeric ous on Sunday and Monday but dlsapjg peared this morning, giving way to the H overcoat, which was out again in full force. The late spring delayed the . straw hat three weeks and It looks now , like that brand of head gear only had j " - ? ' i....'*,?! I,'".1 1 Iscessaniy uium iue uuuiug ui uui People who came in from the conn- , y this morning were wearing winter i rercoats or rain coats and townspeo>e got out light top coats in order to 3 comfortable. The fire in the counr clerk's office in the court house as 'Ogged by those coming, in from [0 country and the coolnesB of the either was the principal topic of conjrsatian until about eleven o'clock. The cool spring has put out a great any people. The late spring delayed anting and inconvenienced folks in her ways. Those who burn coal laid a supply which was figured to laBt itll the first of May and have been i0rt for some time, das bills for the stmanthhave^run quite as high as The rain of last evening was badly led'ed in the major part of Marion Unty. The rains of this week had en scattered and many portions of e county were badly in need of the avy tall of last night. The.meadows ire beginning to suffer from the dry as and farmers in some sections ire threatening to tarn ln^thelr stock While it has been dry for several ys some of the farmers reported it^the ground was still damp enough ' [f it is seasonable there is likely bo a big crop of foodstuffs In Marlon inty the coming fall. The farmers splinting more than usual and the [OUnt of gardening Is greater than fe before. Even the Italians in the ttlhg towns are inbued with the splrind are planting in both their front I "Be" "Fleming, who has acquired a lick and a wife alnce he last visited I home at Fairmont, is expected to rive here any day. He is touring the tintry In his auto with Fairmont as I objective point. "Be" Fleming has ion In the snow business for several iars and has been with "The Great ifayette," "Honey-boy Minstrels" and her noted aggregations. He came to ilrmont a few years ago from St. mis, Mo., dHvlng across country, hav g an old nag and a spring wagon with cover on it. He handed quite a surlse to his Fairmont friends when he me to town in this unique way and Id Qt camping out along the road and iklhg the long drive. At that time i was making such a trip for his alth. He is now in splendid health, cording to advlceB received by John atler, the Falrview banjolst, a great , !en dof Fleming, and is making the esent trip solely on pleasure. The survey of the new paved roads r Grant district has been completed flit is hoped that the work will get ill udder way- or possibly be concludthis summer. People at the other d of the proposed Improved road Pe that the work will start at that m end as there Is a couple ot miles ot B reed at Watson which never gets very K^ad but that is hardly likely to hapjlplarry Clark Is talking ot buying the KWaa;; Martin Harm near Boothsville, which Is the prettiest farm in that country, having Booths creek meanderB lng through the (arm in such a way Bwjtt/lt dtmld be made Into Bn Ideal HHrnifc home. * The creek belongs to B the (arm and makes np about ten acres I Keds ate wonderful 1 soled shoes designed i I ?to give their growinf ' proper support and t ' fully comfortable. e The tops of Keds are e fine grade of canvas. I Cute little pumps for e girls and sturdy Oxfords ? and Bals for boys. 8 There are styles for _ all members of the IT family?grown-ups and 4 children. m They come in sizes 2y2 to Jj canvas uppers, pure rubl ' 1 lace style mm IN A ZONE OF OUR OWN )f the total, which Is something like 100 acres. The deal has not been slosed up but gossip has it that the price has been agreed upon. That the soldiers of the First regiment are a lolly lot and take things pretty philosophically was demonstrate 3d last evening on the Monongahela Valley Traction company lnterurban which left Clarksburg at 5:80. Because of the electlrcal and wind storm the power lines were In a terrible condition and the lnterurban was forced to crawl along for a few miles and then stop.' On the car were a number of First regiment boys and also a sour faced jentleman who evidently bad suffered for years from dyspepsia. Pretty toon the sour faced man began to fume rod fret and swear and Iusb around. By 7:80 the gentleman's disposition was so savage that he was calling pn the passengers to Witness the horrible state of affairs and asking their lympathy and commiseration. Then the soldiers, who had been taking the affair as a lark, started panning him. The remainder of the passengers were tickled to death to share In the discomfiture of the poor itranger and roars of laughter greeted Bvery sally the soldiers made. To make things more Interesting to the stranded passengers, the gentleman with the hanging lower lip got madder rod madder and had the bad Judgment ;o start talking back. Everybody had such a merry time with the poor disgruntled gentleman that no one noticed that It was 9:15 when the car got to Fairmont. I Is Your !j m ? >"1 | Friend or Jm. I Prove Its ita Yourself? JS I What ?mi AJjL users say. [0 Mgelosurpui ill iffflM ri other tonio in ren Lillian Bertha I llgpHCrW yj Hargreavea, Loa- | m\ Q don, England. I lip* IT find that I II fcA i your HAIR Maa- 11II aage ^heepe ^ the 11 LB. P., Weat VgfSWM Springfield,Maae. | wW/QJjj Ifj "I hava been in I MlBSsB 111 bnainesa 4 yeara, I 111 J J | Iand havethefimt I equal Pompeian I ||?tSj m RMj."*Td I wm? I town, Pa. ONE BOTTLl qbe. good to me ?cave me a dim! V co to th' movie ? an' see chaftlev annouakvcmt i ! opouft/ l . 1 kuki6s1ty < - ictus 1 MB I Feet I , new,"canvas rubber- I 'or children's comfort I r feet correct lines and I a keep them delight s of a specially woven, 6, white /h -f r\f\ ier?ta|hi,UU ' Was Fatally Injured By Fall From Tree Leonard Gerald Dumire, aged 8 years and 7 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel O. Dumire, of Coffman, j died this morning at Fairmont Hospital No. 3, from injuries received on Sunday when he fell from a tree at his home. Meningitis of the brain developed from the Injuries received. The body will be taken to the home of the parents this evening and on Friday will be taken to Tarr station, Pa., for interment. Kingwood Guardsman In Miners Hospital Paul Chldester, a member of the Kingwood company of the First Regiment, West Virginia Infantry, who suffered an attack of measles shortly after the company encamped at Mobilization camp, Is a patient at Fairmont Hospital No. 3 suffering from an ear effection following the measles. It is feared he may become deaf as a result of the affliction. Mrs S. A. Chidester, his mother and his aunt, Mrs. S. W. Jeffries, of Kingwood, were here to sec him this week. Not Long, Though. A little bold cash will enable many; a man to have a pretty hot time. What happened to Jones??Adv. Hair Comi i stop r Remember! Nothing v much as a straggly dead-lookin ms! sion of your character is oftei Mr your hair. fjlj Dandruff Kil Dandruff take JanSSbi it look thin^nd straj minutes' care twice a healthy, vigorous and m IL^ I oily. Not sticuy. is The massaging into I Thus its name. Aftfci will feel refreshed an 25c, 50c and $ Massage. Used in o shops from Maine to Made by the ; Pompeian MASSAGI E SHOWS ACTUi fprVW?.THIW<BW ; A fe ItADY KIDS^WMLB .' use 1 tie be 1 ed b t at sunset. On Memorial Day, May 1Mb, the Ni half-mast until noon, then hoisted to tl until sunset. Colors on Parade. When the colo lew, the spectator should, If walking tention and uncover. When r. rayed. ! 3* fl?E. *hen cess, should always N-e the stall so _a_A* _ s. elw! picture. hi;, iudhi iioauug u>. mo .?? of another nation, the American flag e "The Star Spangled Banner." Whe is played all persons within hearing sh lng its rendition. Use aa a Banner. When the flag 1 should fly to the north in streets runnii streets running north and south. .Used on a Bier. When the flag is pi field should be at the head. Deseeratlon of the Flag. No adn should ever be placed upon the flag, m mark, tl should not be worn as the wl worn as a badge It should be small i to the left collar lapel. Displaying the Flag. The flag, out pole whenever possible. In the Unite pended from poles, and in no other wa Used In Decorations. When the flat viewed from one side only), the bine 1 faces it. When hung horizontally, the flag should never be placed below a Pei Day* When the Flag Should Be fi ruary 22d; Lincoln's Birthday. Februai In May; Memorial Day, May 30th; Fit Day, July 4th; also many local patriotic NAME DICTATOR FOR] LAKE COAL TRADEI m F. C. Baird Wlil try to Make the Cars Do Maximum ? Duty. a b( yi PITTSBURGH, May 23.?Again the authorities at Washington have look- _ ed to Pittsburgh to furnish a man for If an emergency and found him. F. C. 11 Baird, freight traffic manager of the (I Bessemer Lake &Erie Railroad, has ' been selected to direct the distribution of all coal equipment employed in the a Mlddlq West and the expedition of coal si shipments by water from Lake Erie ports, through which virtually all of w thfi outDut of the mines of Western ,ji Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and ei Eastern Kentucky is forwarded to the tfc markets. He is invested with powers that are dictatorial and will enter p! upon the discharge of his duties direct- e( ly- w One of the principal causes of trou- , ble heretofore haB been the holding of coal cars at lake ports while await- ai lng bottoms into which their con- UI tents could he unloaded in conformity fc with instructions of shippers or consignees. Administrator Baird, how- T ever, will have none of this, according _ to his visualization of his duties, but should Shipper A, for example have ? 1 T ng Out? r NOW! hurts your attractiveness so :g head of hair. A first imprest formed by the appearance of Is Hair Roots s the life from the hair makes II [gly or oily and heavy. A few [I week will soon make your hair N attractive. -ww. /xti LljJCictll | | Massage r liquid (not a cream). Not a treatment, not merelv a tonic, the scalp stimulates the roots, r the first application your scalp d your hair look brightened up. 1 bottles, at the stores. rber give you a Pompeian HAIR ver 30,000 of the nest barber California. reliable makers of the famous ! Cream. ILL RESULTS 1 D HIS FRIENDS-(THAT Mi ! Flag || or? sunrise, ana snouia oe wwerea m 9 itlonal Oat should be displayed at 5 te top o'C the staff, where it remains rs are passing on parade, or in rehalt; it sitting, arise, stand at at- jgl portrayed by an Illustrative pro- S placed that it is at the left of the B bt In crossing the flag with that hould be at the right mover "The Star Spangled Banner" 9 ould rise and stand uncovered dur- 9 s used as a banner the blue field 5 ig east and west, and to the east in ^ seed over a bier or casket, the blue srtisement or lettering of any sort ^ jr should it ever be used as a trade- fi lole or part of a costume, and when 0 tnd pinned over the left breast or 0 0 of doors, should be flown from a g d States Army- all flags are sue- & y- 8 ; is hung vertically (so it can be > ield should be at the right, as one 8 field should be at the left. The g son sitting. own. Washington's Birthday, Feb- S y 12th: Mothers' Dav. 2d Sunday 4, ? Day, June 14th; independence W anniversaries. ^ consignment ot coal at the water- &| de but for which the boat chartered S i (jarry it up the lakes has not arriv- fi 1, while Shipper B's consignment is ft sing loaded into a bottom that is at a ind, the first-mentioned lot will be 8 lloaded into the vessel then available gj id Shipper A recompensed from the g 3xt arrival of coal at the dock. By ft ich means not only will car equip- ? ent be released- in large volume cou- s antly and thereby made available >9 ir other shipments, but the move- S ents of boats plying the waters of 9 ie Great' Lakes, whose numbers have S ;en greatly depleted during the past % :ar, will be expedited. '/ \ HEALTH HlNTSli j Many people undo the good work ot 1 week's right living by a regular food eep debauch on Sunday. The grouchy, Ill-natured disposition hlch Is sos common on the first work al iy may have Its root in a Sunday glv- ci i over to overeating and lolling about ie house. j-l( Too many people He In bed until (i, ist church time on Sunday morning, t[ it a heavy broakfast and follow it el 1th still a heavier dinner, without any tf iercise at all. }? There need be no hard and fast rule >out the time for going to bed on Sat- fC 'day night, but one ought to be able h i get a full night's sleep, an extra nap iy A Tip Pian THE United States Gover bill is now receiving its become a law within the ne> This bill provides as follows (b) "upon i producer or I as, players, pi records used ano player, g by the manul to 5 oer centi The bill further provides: (ii "That upon which are on the manufacti there shall be altnt to 5 per ufacturer, pri the person, < \ " Ing such artlr This means, In plain language, that i whether the Instruments are now in 01 bill Is passsd. It msant that pianos and playenpla tax and In consequence, must *ell for! THIS 18 NOT ALL. Ths bill provides for from 20 to 30 I lac, rubber and other Imported raw mi Thus the proposed 5 pel* cent tax ar tlon will Immediately Increase the sel and this applies alike to pianos, playe Fortunately we bought a prices. We give YOU the t Buy now and save money. C / Jacobs Bldg. "OUR EX] Bell Phone 981. IKES A DIFFERENCE.)-] FIVE ^ veaar./>^*05 old-ssb)kx Spte^TW SWN j-ggE CJLj REBUP, W KM 1 , ' *?... \ Vv J J: WINIC wmmwm I WaUtt ML \ Special Site of Wo PANAM Many Styles and Shape | On Sale Special t , J iL. imroaucing mt | The New and | Sun and Rai | j Comb H THE ? PERFECTION OFA PARASOL | 8 Waterp | Made on a ten rib fram regulation size umbrellah handles of newest desigT S cord, arm swings so adji ? on the arm. ^ ? Colors Green, Navy, ] I Contrastin 4 These Sun and Katn Umbrellas | and tare a neoessary adjunct to the ^ Price < id still be up and around before the lurch bells ring. There may be no barm In eating a savler breakfast than usual on Sunly morning when we have more time i eat and consequently more time to njoy our food. It is the overeating la ir in the day that usually Is the most .f..1 itruuui. Vast qpantltieB of rlcb, indigestible lod are- eaten and exercise is often mited to walking to and from the tale. If one eats three wholesome, subto Prosp* 0 Purcha nment has a War Tax Bill 1 final touches by congressit two weeks. (this is the exacts language) ill musical Instruments sold by the mat mporter, for more than $10 eaoh, and Ponographs, gnaphophones, talking mai in connection with any musical Insti iraphophone, phograph or talking ma 'acturer, producer or Importer, a tax jm of the price for which so sold." . i exact language) all ttie articles enumerated In sub<t| i the day this act is passed held by jrer, producer or importer, and intendj > levied, assessed, collected and paid, a 1 centum of the price for whloh aold b; jducer or importer. This tax shall I iorporation, partnership or aseoeiatio iles." I ill pianos and playerplanos offered fi jr han?s or whether they are bought nos will cost us 5"per oerft more than I per cent more. >ER CENT increased duty on tuning p sterlals entering Into the manufacture id the Increased cost of almost every ling price of pianos and player-pianoi r pianos and grands. large stock of Pianos and lenefit of our saving. Terms to suit your conven: k. HOUSE ( PERIENCE YOUR SAFEG BY BLOSSEB, ( wBii.reuAve 1 (WO v. B6BN SIX ONLY V<X> / I MS SICK XYVK L ALMOST AT >5? XjSm ..92 men's and Misses* A HATS I! 3 Displayed ift Wind6w^| at $2.50 Each | I 5 Anneweather \ Fashionable in Umbrellas | lining 11 I ifftOTECTION KJ UMBRELLA '"IM roofed 11 1 e, a trifle larger than the ? ' ,1 -very light in weight, SS I is with jade ring or silk 9) I jsted to hang gracefully j Black with handsome g Borders. ere this season's newest offering 8fi I i Spring and Summer costume. gfl M ZpD.YO Mm rmmmsssa/^w || stantlal meals with approximately the | same regularity as he does on week f days he will feel a whole lot better at ;S the beginning of the new week period, Some form of amusement that com- % bines exercise and pleasure Is also 8 I very beneficial In keeping one In trim. ' Mrs. R. T. W.: "In your opinion what Is the best age to wean a baby?" I Ten to 12 months. What happened to Jones??AdT. sctive J sers sl under consideration. This | -and in all likelihood, will i ufa ct ure ft upon plan* I jhlnet and I ument, pi* 1 chine told VI equivalent ^ vision (B) other than iiji )d for sale, tax squiy* I y the man* )e paid by n fo hold* >r sale will be taxed 8 per eent, I from the manufacturers after the |fl they now cost on account of the ? Ins, Ivory, felts, varnish, gums, ehel- I of pianos. Item entering intp piano construo. I i from 160 TO OVER $100 EACH, ^ I Player Pianos at the old j ience. No interest. T> 4 m -?V/e Fairmont, W. Va. >11 rUARD." m 11 Frank M. Sharpe, Mgr.