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KUrmiim m ' M?w?W POBLI8HBD DA1LT HXCBPT , br tbe Fairmont Printing and PnMH W. J. WIEGEL. General Mans JAME6 C. HERBERT, Editor. R A. RAY MAPEL, Advertising I! C. V. RED1C, Circulation Has jt'( J. MONROE BOYER, Saperis Publication Office, Monroe | TELEPHONES I BELL 1106?1106 COM All departments reached Circulatl i through private branch Advertls exchange. Editorial I'' Foreign Advertising Representati I WARD, Brunswick Bldg? New York, t-: I Street. Chicago. SUBSCRIPTION RATI BY MAIL?(Payable fn adva One Year 15.U0 [ Three M< v Six Months I3.00-J One Hon BY CARRIER?(In Falrr j&r One Year 67.001 One Mon Six Months 63.60 I One Wee PER COPY THREE CE BY CARRIER?(Outside of 1 One Month 76c One Wee PER COPY THREE CE vr All subscriptions payable In advance. . When asking tor change In address i | new address. tv?, ? L Entered at the Post office at Fairmont | second niase matter. IF YOU DON'T GET YOUR Pi "WESTERN UNION Eijf III Sobscrlbers on cur carrier route IS* The We.it Virginian any evenlvg sh V' TEEN UNION." state the tact and residence and a messenger will del I your doer at once. There Is no cb I scrlber for this service. The West III to render to its subscribers the be* HI livery service possible and this is i fil? V;'.c 'i' <?:FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE ||r | LIBERTY LOAN AND THi |p*flARION county people, it is Ifl taking the interest a patriotic pc Liberty loan. Well, we still thii a large measure responsible for the 1 | abouts, but that does not remove the 1 proach upon our citzenship, a reflectio spirit and an impeachment of our busir condition should exist. * ' ' "Governments in Europe have gone their bond issues for a long time, beca policy over there to make the masses pa} After the limit in' that direction has be< gin to think of other means of providir tics. 1 " Our government, on the other hand, because it is believed that in a Republii . should be done on a popular basis, fri banks, rakeoffs to Wall street underwrit to promotion experts and the other sche past all of which were costly to the tax; in their effect upon the operations of th< A comparatively high rate of interest p income from the bonds was made free taxes and they were issued in denomir and upon such terms that they arc with; die most humble as well as the people of f. deed a marked preference has been ma anal] investor. In every possible way 7 to make the issue truly popular and t lieved they would be. Hk;; j Why shouldn't it? Anyway this tri it makes a strong appeal. It is ideal fit ocracy; it is a good investment, so gooc are indications that men with great fortu ing dividend paying stock, which may P knows how much, before the end come . invest the proceeds in these tax free b appeal to our highest patriotism. We St", tations of the government financiers wi! then, if Marion county is found to h; how will we be able to explain it? H! There is plenty of money here, some hut a lot of it in hiding, so to speak, i ?7 class of money that the government is m< into die Liberty loan. The money in tl in business. Every day it does its bit: I the steels of industry and commerce money that is hidden is of no use to a he much better for the American peop nu!'; ft.. nvmur in nnrrieular if it were cor ' w* ***** i LT-' wiiich twice a year will bring an interes | one and a half per cent If you are so c must hide your wealth, why just hide H| Ruff Stuff by red i 1 80 the cantonment goes to ChilliK coffee. * * * Russia says: "Let me up I'll quit" %: ' Holy potato bugs, did you see what KlHSgf that guy Hatg, who Is not cz-presldent ; haa done to the Qermans ? And there's millions more pounds of dynamite handy for another drive. ? Blow them to pieces, Sir Douglas, ; that's the way they treat Innocent woman and children. f And h1*" v Jt there are any Innocent men. |P?' ' Ontalde of Fairmont, of course. I The fact that a>baseball player went bade to work Is more to Pittsburgh than the fate of a million men. HtfiffiWfejpsljfV' .4 HOMK." must make his or A?ooleted Pr?? tfirrg you do Dot bdnbat you hare any dot Sin* Company. Det< 0f(the goverr far. to die meeting at ir.... speeches. If ther ager, tions. But what* tendent do it quickly. Street This unprecede _ nnt la?t forever. 15. If you fail te 880 ?et another 8U^ lug Dept.... 280 Room* 97 A i ve, ROBERT E. T HE cry was 133 W. Madison 1 in the First cessor of thi ^ der to "stand by nee only) to Congress Thi mth? $1.60 Ilcan 'Pikers, w ith 60c matter. The only Dem nonxj > n c th goc m ingress is Der it ***.". 16c answered to his ni NTS. three weeks after alrmont) part of which til ,t 18o resort in North C NTS. Senator Jacob the other hand, a rtve old la well ** confined for six . ====== capitol and vote SVe" Vlrslnla' "" -"of legislation nec hostilities. The voters of CALL condition of affa retired to private 1 b falling to get ould call "WES- Because It ws give name and urgent deflclencj liver a paper to u'b .. ? .. arge to the sub- of over three bl Virginian plans sent the measur t newspaper de- II This Is delay tha part of the plan. | shou,d ?e caref, o tatlon which too ===== of the special se 8, 1917. on a war footini ===? crooks to fleece tlon of the Housi sible. No thief i will steal from tl _ ent and It is a which it will be not be able to pi The lads who not believe in w Most Americans do us much gooi cided to force th This time the for the cops whei E PUBLIC. upon their wall, intimated, are not ?? ople should in the Today the Tra ik the banks are in station at Clarks ukewarmness here act that it is a re- Illinois is folli n upon our public ing against idlen ess ability that this think this mover ing for jobs rigl to the people with great wave of p use it is the settled going to sweep tl r as far as possible. * * * ? tlj.ttnn , in reached they be- cuusunuauuu ig for their necessi- Liberty loan bor their reach quite went to the people nounce plans to : national financing ordinary man on :e from bonuses to done in some ot ing syndicates, fees will be a genera mes familiar in the rounding towns t payer and crippling s national treasury. Ten thousand : was provided, the Pennsylvania avi from any kind of a Guard of Hono lations low enough guard of 25,000 in the reach of all, at Port Myer, a great wealth. In- At any other tim de in favor of the have focused the pains were taken umns would hav he government be- of it. But after proves that we ; insaction is viewed Btalld together In lancing for a dem- Washington will 1 in fact that there from Europe whe ? L-.._ I ?]| afi flrm af?alnst I Uica nave uctn ecube taxed, no one 106 within, s, so that they can onds, and it is an SHC believe the expecII be realized, and ey are T 1 j * i i strong-??even if ive lagged behind, burg sentinel. of it in the banks, All the same, snd it is this latter ?'a? ^c.u'a0U??f, , , . perhaps to a grei )st anxious to bring he banks is needed Won't America in helping to make tratton returns, 1 go 'round. The ,j The governmei ny one. It would crease in the acr le as a whole and this means that 1 iverted into a bond to our share this it payment of over n. ? . i .1 . Only a surglcs onshtuted that you who obJect8 t0 A the bond. When fight (or kings an "Usually several children are playing where the accident occurred." Well, what's that got to do with Ituss Kuhn jumping through the window as the houso (ell? "Finest Traction Terminal In state to be opened today."?Times. This station is at Clarksburg and there is even no public comfort station at the terminal here. But Fairmont gets a shot In the arm in the way of couple of new cars and keeps happy for a while. What makes the "No-metal-can-sklnyou" slip so much this weather? East.Side negroes have taken the places of the Jackson -street bunch in the jails since the soldiers cleaned out Scotty*s front windows. * The West Virginian had it Silverhoel, The Times didn't have It at all but we have found the truth?It was the Silver-shell. / ? But as long as It la an American boat we don't care it it was the OysterV?ss I ner own qccisioDi dui it cncrc is ioya| understand about die practical side; if Lbts about die security or of die willingIment to return to you your principal, go the court bouse toolkit and listen to the p are still doubts in your mind, ask queswer you do, subscribe for a bond?-and ptedly liberal financial opportunity will ,> will CTnfiy Iim? i take advantage of it now yon may neve} pportunity in all your life. ????o SLACKER" SENATOR. raised by the Democrats in the campaign New Hampshire district to elect the sue5 late Congressman Sulloway that in orthe President" a Democrat must be sent s was robbed of its force -by the Repubho gave th'e voters the true facts in the ocrat in the New Hampshire delegation lator Hollis. The first time that Senator ime in the present session was April 24th, Congress had met, during the greater ne he was sojourning at a fashionable arolinaSmproving his golf score. H. Gallinger, of New Hampshire, on rose from a sick bed where he had been weeks, and forced himself to go to the for the declaration of war and matters *ssary to the successful prosecution of New Hampshire are alive to the true irs, and next year Mr. Hollis will be life when he attempts reelection. o is charged that there is graft In the r bill which carries an appropriation Uions of dollars, the llouse yesterday e back to the conference committee, t does the House credit, and the public il to avoid confusing it with the hesik place in that body at the beginning ssion. In the hurry to put the nation j there will be many opportunities for the public. It is the legitimate func 3 to guard against tnis as mucn a8 poss more contemptible than the one who he government at a time like the presgreat pity that with all the vigilance possible to put in play tho House will llory all ot them. o asked to be exempted because they do ar must be without a sense of humor, are opposed to war, but that did not 1 when the gentleman at Potsdam deis war upon us. o Lyceumites will not think of sending Vthe Mozarters hang the Silver Wreath o .ction company put in service, the new burg. Fairmont next? o jwlng West Virginia's lead in legislates during the war. The loafers who aent is just a bluff had better be lookit now, for the indications are that a opular opinion in favor of industry is le nation. o Coal company employes are buying the ids which the company placed within ) eagerly. Now if tho banks will anplace the bonds upon terms which the small wages can reach, as they have lier West Virginia cities, maybe there I movement in Fairmont afid the suro Invest. o Confederate veterans .marched up ?nue yesterday afternoon escorted by r of Grand Army veterans, with a rear men from the officers' training camp nd between lines of cheering people. ie than the present the Incident would interest of the entire nation and cole been written about the significance all it can be said in a few words. It Lre a cordially united people and will i any teat. The next Grand Review in be when our newest veterans return ire they are going to prove that we are lie foe without as we were against the )RT AND SNAPPY. ling, Father Woodrojv, ten million the meter isn't very good.?Parkersthe United States may spoil the Prusjust as much as Great Britain did? iter degree.?Charleston Mall. o?? fight? Read the answer in the registVilhelm. Connellsville Courier. o it has reported a fifteen per cent ineage planted to cantaloupe. We hope Lhere will be at least one good melon year.?Wheeling Register. u l1 operation could relieve the person merican soldiers going to Europe "to d queens."?Clarksburg Exponent. If any one tells ycu that this rain Is good for crops ask him why the dickens he doesn't plant seeds In a river. * Rain rain?what makes you bring little bugs hero from Grafton and cause us to boil our drinking water when we have no handy place to carry a boiler? ? One man claimed exemption from draft service because he was a driver of a Ford car and the government might need him. * ?\ Pershing landed! Hip Hip Hoc rail CARD OF THANK8 The family of the late Mrs. Martha Rich Morris wish to express to their friends and neighbors their sincere thanks for and appreciation of the manifold kindnesses extended to them during the recent Illness and death oC their beloved mother. They also-wish to extend their thanks for the many beautiful flowers received. f6-8-lt~fft> 24?r this is evwen tri &*<Si"MRS, UPPIM?T0N-UP CXCLUSive SOCI4C-S intention to BecoM 1s th4t cowreot ? 9 f=| thut is H SORT I KNOW tt?U TO B A USEFUL THING IN HE"R PRESS HERSELF" U/ITHOl A MIGHTY POOR FIXTUR< REALLY U/ANT TO HELP IN AND SEND SOME OF THE MONEY THAT YOU WOULD, OTHERWISE SPEND ' ON MILK BATHS AND ? MONKEY DTNNERS.' ^ SOOD BYS! i=~^i UNIVERSITY WILL OMNIE14! Commencement Exercise Will be Held at Morgantown Tuesday. (Special Dispatch to West Virginian) MORGANTOWN, W. Va., June ?One hundred and forty-eight your men and young wpmen will receii "sheepskins" from the different co lges and schools composing West Vi ?lnia University next Tuesday mor: ing at the fiftieth annual commenc ment exercises, at which Hon. Job W. Davis, Solicitor General of tl United States, will speak. According to the complete list pul lished below sixty-one will receii the Bachelor of Arts degree; nin teen will receive the Bachelor of Sc ence degree in Agrfculturc; sixtec will go out from the College of Lav nine win gei uie nacueiur ui ouciii degree in Medicine; fourteen wi leave the different departments < the Engineering College; fice will r ceive their Masters Degrees, and 01 each will receive the degree of Bad elor of Science in Pharmacy an Home Economics. Twenty-two ai to receive diplomas and certificati from the various schools, Music, E< ucatlon, Pharmacy, etc. The very large majority of tl graduates are natives of the State t West Virginia, which is the best ev dence of the valuable service th University is rendering to the con monwealth which supports her. The complete list of graduate their addresses and degrees they wi receive follows: Master of Arts?C. E. Bishop, Moi gantown; Donald Monroe Gilber Morgantown; C. E. Hilborn; P. f McDonald, Morgantown; Bird Ik Turner, Moundsville. Bachelor of Arts?Nellie P. An mons, Rices Landing, Pa.; J. J Ayers, Cass; L. A. Barbe, Mapletowi Pa.; H. F. Barnes, Fairmont; Mar M. Bowers, Morgantown; Helen f Brown, Morgantown; M. T. Brunett Curwensvllle, Pa.; S. H. Cady, Moi gantown; Florence M. Crane, Moi gantown; R. W. Duthie, Clarksburg Goldle M. Fleming, Morgantown Ruby I. Florence, Parkersburg; L, I Frazier, Ronceverte; Flora L. Fui bee, Mlddleboume; C. T. Gaylej Rlchwood; J. E. Grose, Sutton; A GroBsman, Follansbee; 0. M. Gunnof Crany; Virginia R. Guseman, Moi gantown; M. J. Haller, Rivesvllle; I D. Hammond, Weston; A. F. Hard man .Jane Lew; W. A. Hatch, Moi gantown; Marguerette C. Heavnei Elkins; R. M .Henry, Fairmont Mary A. Hervey, Elm Grove; B. J Kimble, Morgantown; Frances \ Klein, Grafton; F. B. Lambert, Bai boursvllle; L. T. Lawrence, Morgan town; L. D. Marton, Lewis; E. S. Ma theson, Morgantown; L. H. Mlllei Millwood; Leo. H. Miller, Shepherds town; Irene Mlnear, Davis; A. G Montgomery, Morgantown; Mary E Morgan, Morgantown; G. L. Morrow Huntington; J. M. Orth, Charleston I THENE1 ? Present day banking Is not to c the people. : Not many years ago the ban : * solicit them. > Today he condncts his bank 1! :: frankly solicits both large and i i tomer the service he needs. [ The Peoples National Bank I: i business large or small and ofle: I THE PEOPLES. ! . On the Corner f ? CAPITAI ^SS^SSSSSSSSSSSSSmSSSSSSSSS^SSKSSSSSm^ )e SPEAKING*. THe Wpcr1 pf A l">6MB6R or THe' ET, H45 >JNNOUNCe? HCR E A Reo CROSS NURSCi' .OCteTY WOMAN/ OF T?e 6, U/HO HAS MevCR DONt UFC, AND WHO CAN'T 6V6N ) T Trte H6CP OF 4 MA ID, IS S IN A ?0SP1TACJ IF YOU TH6 WAR, STAY AT HOME Mabel F. Datterson, Morgan town; Genevieve Poland, Tunnelton; Beulah M. Posten, Morgantown; Blanche E. Price, Morgantown; Walter Riddie, Morgantown; Lydia A. Riggle, J Mlddlebourne; Hazel B. Ross, Mor| agntown; R. L. Satterfleld, MorganJ town; J. A. Savage, Charleston; Gwendolyn G. Sheets, Morgantown; Bessie G. Sheppard, Walton; J. H. G. Shunk, Morgantown; F. M. Smith, !S Charleston; 0. W. Snarr, Roraney'; Wilma C. Speare, West Liberty; L. M. Stoops, Benwood; G. W. Tavenner, Jr., Parkersburg: L. 0. Tayler, Weston; Mary F. Tucker, Cassville; Walter Vance, Roaring; Iva M. Welch, Terra Alta; Frances E. Williams, New Martinsville. ?- Bachelor of Science (Major in ig Medicine)?E. E. Bishop, Morgan/e town; J. A. Conner, Moundsville; F. , P. Coombs, Morgantown; L. G. Drake, Davis;J. M. Evans, Morganr" town; H. T. Phillips, St. George; R. o- J. Raybeclc, Morgantown; James e- Thompson, Morgantown; P. P. Warin den, Grafton. le Bachelor of Laws?G. R. Ayers, Barboursville; R. L. Hogg, Point Pleasant; J. L. Conawa'y, Barrackville; U. b- A. Knapp, Fairmont; D. L. Cork, Char T> I? Mrtlet Phorlaotnn Hap. rc icoiuu, av. a-. iuuiov, , e_ ry Curry, Grafton; R. C. Mossman, I Huntington; R. E. Davis, Morgantown; R. E. O'Connor, Harding; J. P. Dawin son, Charleston; J. C. Powell, Fedr; eral; J. W. Easley, Bluefield; C. R. ;e Snider, Spencer; R. E. Fidler, F. L. II Thomas, Charleston. 3t Bachelor of Science in Civil Ene gineering?C. R.Duncan, Morgantown; le C. W. McDowell, Dartmoor; Lloyd C. l- Gibson. Wheeling; H. L. Robinson, Jr., d Uniontown, Pa.;, C. J. Kaltenbach o Wheeling; F. D. Unkefer, Charlotte, ?s X. C. l"j Bachelor of Scionce In Merchanlcal Engineering?F. M. Brewster, Weston; 10 L. E. Sydenstrlcker, Morgantown. Bachelor of Science in Electrical En1 gineering?E. H. Briers, Bellepolnt; e C. L. Longaneckor, Morgantown; H. M. Harper, Elkins; H. L. McLaughlin, Hollidaysburg, Pa.; O. P. Jolliffe, Mors. gantown; M. C. Nelson, Ronceverte. 11 Bachelor of Science in Agriculture? Kathryn Alger, Wheeling; F. G. Hall, r" Pullman; J. I. Allman, Jane Lew; Howt. ard Henrie, Williamstown; L. Ankrom, ,T- New Martinsville; A. C. Hlldreth, Man1 nington: J. H. Beaumont, Morgantown; E. D. Burdett, Ronceverte; H. F. McKenney, Falmouth, Ky.; H. R. Coket ley, Harrisvllle; J. F. Nash, Alderson; i. Guy Dowdy, Union; Hugh W. Prettyy man, McMechen; Gracy 0. Fling, ? Burnt House;" J. J. Riggle, MiddleI. bourne; W. R. Gordon, Morgantown; H. D. Rohr, Alum ridge; J. R. Guthie, Morgantown; E. B. Wells, Morgan; town. 1 Bachelor of Science In Mome EconI. omlcs?Lulu M. Johnson, Union. Bachelor of Science In Pharmacy? George W. Melcher, Bluefleld. 1- Graduate Pharmacist? L. F, Hale, >. Princeton. Certificate of Graduation In Phar'. macy?P. E. Hager, Charleston; C. R. 1- Rohr, Alum Bridge. Artist's Diploma, Voice?J. A. Abbott, Fairmont ; Artist's Diploma, Piano?Marguerite 1. Baker,, Morgantown; Elizabeth B. \ Sturm, Enterprise. - Artist's Diploma, Violin?Gladys P. i- Morgan, Mannington; Mary B. Price, Morgantown. ,i Teacher's Certificate, Organ?Jessie i-1 BonfflTB Oraffnn_ r. Teacher's certificate, Piano?Jessie !. Beavers, Grafton; Rachel Tuckwlller, , Morgantown; Grace F. Fawcet, Mor; gantown; Harriet Williams, MorganV METHOD ! r the favored few alone, hat for nil ' ker accepted accounts bat did not j ike any other business concern. Ms j small accounts; and gives each cos- , b a modern bank. It Invites your ! re you a very high order of service. j NATIONAL BANK tear the Po?k> files, j$200,00v\00 , ; y T * t aamaEBMWoa'BM'm^TOiii i a.mtra^ j i '* HUT Price, Morgan town; Eleanor J ru?l? llAMMntnvn \IIMnul .T fin] der, Spencer; Virginia C, Hewitt, Man Boston; Elizabeth Waller, Sot ton. Editorial Comment on Current Subjects BONDS OR BONDAGE? From the Baltimore Son. The gifted "Oirard," of tho Phfla/lel phia Public Ledger, puts the Libert] Loan proposition this way: At the end of a war which cost Germany only half a billion dollars, Bismarck extracted just double that amount from France in an indemnity. Germany kept an" army in France until the last dollar was paid. Guess how big an indemnity the KaiBer will collect from you and me. England and France if be wins this war? It has already cost him more than twenty times what his grandfather paid out in the Franco-Prussian war. On that basis we are already sure of twenty billions of indemnity. America's share would be at least a third, or, cutting off all trifles like millions, would mean today $6,000,000,000. mere you nave a anucKoui argument for buying a Liberty bond. If you don't buy a bond and win the war you are sure to be forced to buy two or three later on to give the Kaiser. Remember this especially: Tou are only asked to loan your money to Uncle Sam, but what you hand to the KalBer is not a loan. It will be an outright gift This is not a fallacious statement It is as true as the eternal bills. Bond! or bondage Is the alternative. Have you bought your Liberty Loar bond? industrial" fairmont Electricians qnd other employes o the Bell Telephone company are en gaged this week in removing the re mainder of the equipment from the oh office in the Skinner building whicl was vacated some time ago. Entlri new equipment was purchased for th< new office and the old equipment I: being shipped to numerous exchange: throughout the country. The task o removing the switch boards and othei equipment of the exchange is one re quiring skill and patience owing to tin mass of wires which must be careful ly disconnected and the work will prob lis GRAY HI NOW HOLDING YOU BACH IN NHS LIFE? Don't Be Gray, Men 01 Women; Look as Young as You Feel. Guaranteed, The right way to restore hair to a natural color and make your hair really beautiful, soft, luxuriant and healthy is by the use of Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer and not dangerous, dirty, sticky dyes. Q-Ban Is a liquid, all ready to use and is guaranteed to be harmless, with your money back If not satisfied in any way. You never need have a gray hair in * * ?- rtt 1-- J 1.. r\ your neau again, omjpiy apy* Hair Color Restorer like a shampoo, and r.o matter how gray your hair may be, or how laded and lileless, back will come an even, soft, natural, dark shade, surely, safely and permanently. Besides Q-Ban will give your hair true health, bo that it will be glossy am* abundant and handsome. This helps you to look young, vigorous and attractive. It's good business?brings en joymont Remember, Q-Ban is not a dye, not a patent medicine. It is a simple, natural, healthful preparation, fully guar anteed. Get a large bottle for 50c at Martin's drug store or any good drug store or write Hessig-Ellis Drug Co., Memphis, Tenn., mentioning the druggist's namo Illustrated, interesting book, "Hair Culture," sent free. Try Q-Ban Hair Tonic. Q-Ban Liquid Shampoo, Q-Ban Toilet Soap?also Q-Bau Depilatory (odorless) for removing superfluous hair. ' / role L_?..... i Brick work -was begnn-on tio Btfl garage early this we* and the walla I i nana am w uw i The building 1b to bo & two-etotr strucr tare and both floors will bo used tor i storing and repairing automobiles, a J largo blevator being Med Vtalse ond j lower the cars. The building will be j equipped with lathes, drill presses, an . I air compressor and all the equipment (VL ot a modern and thoroughly op to . J date garage. The work is bung dene : by Contractor Walter EUaaon who er> i/' ? pects to hare the building completed . I and ready to turn oyer tb the (MmpangMfl within a short time. . Kev. J. H. Fitzwater i! Is Dead in Florida I Dr. J. Holland Fitawater, formerly I of Bererly, late ot Delaware, 0, dJeqt. several days ago at Clear Water.. FlaJ I where he had been since tall tor the A benefit of his health. Dr. Fitzwater re was a graduate of the State Normal.' m school here having completed thr^H course in the year 187S. He laton^l studied for tho ministry at Drew Theo*r&H logical seminary and was ordained to re the ministry in the M. E. denomination '' J in the year JSS3. He gained consider- I able prominence In the denomination a filling various official capacities in ihe I I conference. He was a founder of tht i M Home for Aged at College Hill, (X, and /M of tho M. E. Children's home in Ohio. 1 A few years ago Dr. Fitzwater dellv- 1 ire ercd the baccalaureate sermon at the fSK Normal school here. He is survived.' f n by his wife, formerly Miss Mary "Clark*'f jH of Shinnston, and &rx daughters, all whom reside in Delaware, 0. John Veacli Will "" JB Be Buried Sundae? Tumoral eorvfnAQ nvftr the bodv Of 'V John Veach whose death occurred yes- fl terday at his homo near Farmlngton, ? J will ho held on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock from Bethel church. Inter- 9 ment will be made In the Pltier ceme- I tery by Undertaker R. C. Jones. 9 Mr. Veach's death occurred sudden- -9 ly after an attack of heart trouble. He 'V i had risen as usual and was at work fl I about his home when ho was taken ill, 9 his death resulting before a physician |t -1 I reached him. Mr. Veach was a Civil j 9 war veteran. ^ABRAHAM LINCOLN sgU.-^ J "I W'N stady and get J . ready and sometime my 'J ' c^ance "Micome" u 3 Born In the woods, in the pov- I s ^^^pXertyoIalogcsbin. Abrahim r coed'that ho '/'fl brushed obstacles aside: he msdetho most " 11 1 ofwhatalendcrauvantaecshehadtheonce ' M walked forty miles to borrow a book); be , ' iJB used every snare moment for study: hi) I 'i'JM - chaoco diil come and lie was rcjdyl V ; "oine day von 'II bo considered for a mod Job ahead. Get ready, and you'll sorely 80 } I un! You have ten chances fo- ovnry ono jfl I that Lincoln had. The International Corre- ? 1 | spondcnce School* will Ira n vnn, richt at ( home in soare time, for a hotter lob, for Jl | morciiay.forthnbic'b.-Tvwhenitcomos. SB ! Kfn.lrs* vnitr tiurt rnw M:?r!c fllld mail tha ' .* j coupon and find out how. J: _ ? ??TCAH OUT HIKKmh mtmm mmm JU* | | I nmrami cujbpcwbjcc scixois, bu 903, icraatw, ri>V 'fm Ftplaln fully about your Course in the subject marked X?' ' pKltHTkal l'iflarrrJuf H Al?t MtTI>?SU PCnMISTHT * ilrfiianlfol KnelmTrlBc M Sulci matithip jjilluatraiU.il ! Mechanical Ural tin;: jf?jmin*rrUI la* jl'irmflu ; IH J Civil linitiiioeriiic J BtiOKKI-.Kl'nu ^Poultry , fV "jMitlnnarv Fnaln'trlnf MStcnnprapliy jl*rcnch ' U Mining I'.ngUirering JCIvllbrrvIca J Carman . % . n AHCHI'f EOTl'IIE J Rv. flail Kmlea J Italian ' JArcbllecUralUrafday niUTOIOOlLU USPANUSI ? , Address r flfl Choose With Care -1 a toothbrush so con- a structed that it reaches ' 9 all the hidden crevices i arnnnd and in hp.tween 9 the teeth. Bristles are set in a composition of cement, which prevents them from coming'out. It will pay you to invest in one of these tooth brushes. PRICE 15c and 25c CRANE'S Drug Store soocoecocoscsoocogooocccooo The Society Girl, the Outdoor . i Girl and Patriotic Workers In "THE ARMY OF SERVICE" are all demanding iin.ii. i J n..i. raiiim wiiiie ? boons 8 So we are especially fostu- I nate In having provided a plen-_ * I] tiful quantity ot the most da- f| llghtful styles. Many more than .9 at other stores. White hoots win he worn all summer. They outwear several t (I pairs of slippers or pumps, and theros an economic reiason for buying them that applies espeo- | lally to White Canvas Boots. Yon confer a national benefit*; rjHH In wearing canvas hoots-because j ?while Just as attractive and much less costly,- than leather: | bootsWhite -<fenv?e Boots Help Conserve -the Nation's DwIndllngt-jMi 8npply?of"tje*ther. m?k kaad?,'.iKLll^B XIAgU Viu WW UWir--WWL"MMfc oxfords and ptimpn $* to .V1 &, Weltomj mnnnfJ^BI J5 -t| V :r V?'^NS^lSj .'i-yvj '