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1 PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT tlf the Fairmont Printing and Publli mm W. J. WIEGEL. General Man, JAMES C. HERBERT, Editor. A- "AY MAPS. L. Advertising IC. V. REDIC, Circulation Main J. MONROE BOVEB, iiupertc Publication Office, Monro* TELEPHONES SELL 110S-1106 CON All departments readied Clrculatl through private branch Advert.. exchange. Editorial mImtSIr1)?T>iI^ssociat The Associated Press is exclusive use lor republication o 1 all news ere otherwise credited iu this newspapei cal newB published herein. All right: ot special dispatches herein are also .Foreign Advertising Representee WARD, Brunswick Kids.. New Vork. Street, Chicago. aUBSCR IPT7ON~RAT BY MAIL?(Payable In adva One Yaar Eo.uu i Tbree Mi Six Month* I,,,!. $3.uu J une Mor BY CARRIER?(In Fairr One Tsar |7.uii I une Mon Six Moutha ga.tiu I one Wet PER COPT TultEB CE BY CARRIER?(Outside of I One Month /6c Cue Wee PER COPT THREE CK Ail sutMcnptluna payable In advance. When asking tor cDoiik.. in .iiMi'f* i . new address. fen-tree ui Hie i'ustoflice ut luirmnni aicuxiJ iiu?s matter. I - II IF YOU DON'T GET YOUR P "WESTERN UNIOF f II Subscribers on our carrier route The Wast Virginian any evening eb TERN UNION.' state the tact ami | l ' residence and a messeuger will de your doer at once. There Is no ch 8criber for this service. The West to render to its subscribers the bet livery service possible and this is - ._ MONDAY EVENING, AUGUS' |: ~ IlEEEBEEEft^ uliyAiUD^M I I THE REAL FAIRMONT T" HE other day reference was mac J, to the amount of work that Chan do in the course of a year whic heara about We printed that editor who do not understand frequently cri Commerce and similar bodies quite ur people who do understand are also unji get into the nagging habit, and nothini body of the city can do pleases them c generous thought. When the body really is a wide awi work a good dose of outside opinion ? shock upon these pessimistic persons. The West Virginian recalled some cot last spring passed between C. C. We the American Valve and 1 ank compan in this city is about to begin operations. I of the Indianapolis Chamber of Comm change of location of the American co ' lot of this correspondence was explanat< the company and replies by Secretary S gentleman took occasion to pay Mr. ^ pliments for being a live wire, but son Fairmont and the Fairmont Chamber of course written by Mr. Wedding, ai of giving an outside view of the Fail Commerce we are going to take the li here some sentences which we think wil They have in Fairmont, says 1 a real live, up to date, progresr nf finmmerce that does not boi (matters. The dominating inline think that a city gets tyo larg< people and real industries with s sides words and beautiful saying other hand, put a premium on i | tivity and energy, show the natu that nature has so bountifully s advantages and cooperation vitall manufacturing enterprises and willing to assist In a substantial owning everything and every things are the fundamental essenl 'cessful industrial center. Keep your eye on Fairmont, ample worthy of notice. We wi see yon in Fairmont at any time, mont spirit will endeavor to ent I .When he wrote that Mr. Wedding \ die Chamber of Commerce that all too 1 to get a quorum out for its fixed meeti I to do a lot of routine things that, while such a body, are far from stimulating tc he was thinking of the enterprising mem ber who, quite informally but always I Ruff Stuff || IK II Bet some married men we know are strong for Woodrow about now. At all events Fairmont does not need to care how they fix that up. There were no slacker marriages in this burg, "Coal operators not yet ready to hold meeting"?Headline. ? ? Waiting for the hot heads to cool down probably. If you don't like i guy Just get him pinched tor bootlegging. There have been a couple of cases Jibe that here recently and the au hoif, |et out aitw y nimi h ^ ^ Th? t HOME." where except in 8UNDAT fogies who think I ihire Company. worthless and the i(ar. a piece of foolish: Well, Fairmoni lager*1"' " ,pite ?* 5n< itendenU will continue to g StrML the years roll by, ? up in their own fo CO. insTFO p?int ,lrMdy on Dept.... 280 nrrctr .ng Dept.... 260 BUSH 1 Room> T-. OR yean the ED PRESS. H bank of Chi ly entitled to the and busillCJI dited to it or not . L and also the lo- P">Pla wLh? want s ot republication because the estrms reserved. yields are likely ve, KOBEttT K ?f govenmien i'Z3 W. Madlaon because or their ui the crop yield up< ^ ' year's report whic , . more important th "l " ?U After the fashi - 60c UP0" business cor .. come out with a T.! 60o ProsPerlty.'n (lhe ' It x6e hut a spirit or opi NTS. the reader is not 1 - irmont) unless we badly I ik 18c says the report, th NTS. less the rate of t; unscientific and c elve old aa woil u . L seems quite probe ~ of this taxation, government loans stimulate business "ll The paragraph APER CALL ^ teresung when it | ator's opinion, noi a tailing to get but th- < -" ' ould call "vVBS give name and liver a paper to . l(lJ lliree a large to the sub- aie juture < Virglman plans ! high px ices , t newspaper u? > tj0n( ami th part ot the plan j closely idenl emphatic in - =' be no reasoi manufacture r 27, 1917. of fuel if th - industry we transportatit labor Ituat unsatlsfactoi .so. Product slble to calt BBIl given period to call strike higher wage soem to lncr ImO liability of t the lack of mines to the ducers are a Necessarll great momer for with the sive high pri factory nece SPIRIT. fa for t[le cr0F le in ihcre columns crops is found (o 1 rbers of Commerce in detail arc: h the public never 3,200,000,000 t ial because people barley, 208,000,1 licise Chambers of all cereals, 5,652 ijustly. Sometimes 000 bushels; hay - - rtAA AArt I I istiy critical. Ihey uuu.uuu pares. 3 the representative >r moves them to a Announcement been given a leas ike one doing good tion so that he m icts like an electric tiesburg will be In this connection the young men. D respondence which lty. As an aid to dding, president of of the army Y. M y, whose new plant into the actual lif and Ernest Smith, with them at all erce, regarding the him and he will mpany's plant. A enough interest ii ory of the plans of they need aid an mith, in which that to him. Fairmo: 'edding many com- is away, but his le of it referred to the city generally of Commerce, this he is doing a go< nd for the purpose the Republic whi rmont Chamber of berty to reproduce Fairmont exter I do some good: of the county w annual teachers' Mr. Wedding, people and their slve Chamber it , , . , ist of trivial u is ngni now wr nee does not for training the c 5 to welcome able to understan iomething be- ?f citzenshfp is i s, but on the ndivldual ac- T. , ..... ral resources. ' 18 ; t"at lupplied, real I note will indicate y essential to ) annex Macedonia, real people | wi? content that way without , . . body. These wiU malje intere tials to a sue- where they have to attain which t fl beVa""" |fIgarlan< and the Fair- Dobrudja. A sett ertain you. give them pretty i of the war on sucl vas not thinking of lions of Austrian fequently is unable bankruptcy of th ng and which has ment of Bulgaria essential duties of and the possible j > the interest. No, atic littoral that a hprt nf the Cham, not have a tender as members of the ' tw? Teutonic capl thoritles ought to be on their guard. Going to have a speaker o[ national reputation for the farewell. For the love of mike and the peace of mind of the men let'i get one who Is not a politician. * * Other people have national reputations, Besides most of the politician tribe ere not in lavor with vox pop jurt now. Congressmen especially are not wanted. It would Bare the Austrian army a lot ot lives if It would make one of thoso strategic retreats to victory out of the territory Italy want.}. Italy is goins to get It any ray so why bant o*J ? J do the hurtling which ghrea Fairmont being one of^the mort enterprising cities t is to say, gjva it the reputation every* the favorite loafing places of the town he Chamber of Commerce is absolutely : Greater Fairmont Investment company less. t has been growing rapidly and steadily *rs and the frowns of these glooms. It 0 right on with increasing momentum as and pretty soon they will be swallowed g. Some of them are pretty close to that o \IESS OUTLOOK GOOD. 1 Continental and Commercial National cago has issued an annual crop report review which is carefully studied by to keep posted upon such matters not ites of the bank's experts regarding crop to be more accurate than the estimates t or the big commercial agencies, but liform success in forecasting the effect of >n business conditions. That makes this h was published at Chicago this morning an ever before. ion of those who observe and comment iditions the Continental bank does not flat footed assertion that there is to be United States during the coming winter, :imism pervades the entire statement, and left in doubt that we shall be prosperous mismanage our affairs. At the moment, ere is some feeling of hesitancy, but unixation are so excessive as to prove to be aust a dangerous strain on industry, it ible that the distribution of the proceeds together with the proceeds derived from and from the crop yield, will greatly for some time to come, regarding the coal industry is quite inis remembered that it is not a coal operr evei. a commercial statistician's opinion. .. r." w cOtlsUsl iiitii. indauietual inlluences bearing on 3f our business situation are tho if material, inadequate transportae labor situation. Those who are tided with the coal producers are their statement that there would l for apprehension on the part of us and consumers of a shortage e two disturbing featur es of that re overcome; namely, inadequate >n and inefficient labor. The Ion in the coal mines has been ry lor years ana is gruwiug muic rs say that it is practically imposjulate what the production for a [ will be because of the tendency s on the most trivial pretext. The s paid coat miners and employees ease rather than decrease the rehe workers. But added to this is care to carry the products of the retail markets as fast as the proble to supply the coal, y this fuel situation is a factor of it to the industries of this country i shortage of coal or with excesses for fuel the production of the ssarlly will be affected. > situation, the aggregate of the principal ,e unusually large. The estimated yields Wheat, 660,000,000 bushels; corn, msherls; oats, 1,527,000,000 bushels; 000 bushels; rye, 57,000,000 bushels; ,000,000 bushels; potatoes, 49S.OOO, (tume),82,000,000; tons; cotton, II, o that Rev. Dr. J. C. Brooinfield lias -e of absence by the Temple congregaay go with the FirBt regiment to Hatgood news to parents and friends of r. Broomfield's is a militant ChristianSecretary Kight, who will be in charge I C. A. at Camp Shelby, he will enter e of the men and thus be in close touch times. They already know and like be their guide and friend and have 1 their welfare to seek them out when id advice, even if they do not appeal nt will miss Dr. Brooinfield while he congregation and the good people of will take comfort in the thought that >d work for his Heavenly Father and le he Is away. o ids a hearty welcome to the teachers ho will assemble here today for the institute. They are a fine body of work was never more Important than len the country is at war and the need incoming generation so that it will be d the new problems and new burdens mperative. o Bulgaria's reply to the Pope's peace > that nothing short of permission to the Dobrudja and the Agean sea coast country. If the Bulgars mean this it sting reading at Vienna and Berlin, known for some time that the objects he war was started are out the quesirmies now occupy Macedonia and the lenient on the basis of the map would learly all they ask for. The net result h a basis would be the sacrifice of miland German lives and the practical ose two empires for the aggrandizeand the autonomy of Russian Poland, ;aln by Italy of the parts of the Adri.re inhabited by Italians. That would icy to make the.military party at the tals popular. They ought to postpone these family reunions until corn husking time. And then make the folks work Country cousins would get something out of the big dinners they supply for city c usins that way. Texas does not like the colored soldier. But took precious good care to dissemble the feeling while the Mexican menace was real and tho colored soldier was a real friend in need. DeVAULT REUNION. There will be a reunion of the DoVanlt families on next Saturday, Sept. 1, at Clifton Park near Opeklska. Everybody Is cordially Invited to come .and have an ?njoyabl* time. 1 I OUTBURSTS OF (BY C . ^?/?i i i | Evening Chat U hen Junes first learned about lae ' draft, at once lie was much ?euipied to seek, by skill or fraud or craft, some way to ho exempted. "1 love tny couti try, that Is true; of course I'm patriotic but what good can war really uo? To fight, is idiotic." So, all the time, innes thought about a way to get frotu undti, until one day, we heard him shout, "I've found the way, hy thunder:" 'His said they'll not tako married men,?their wifies must be cared for,?he sure that I'll be married when the draft is all prepared lor." Soon Jones was wed. When war's call came. Friend Joiiesy said, "1 shan't go. Of course 1 know that it's a shame. Because of wife I can't go." But wifie said, "Now, listen, dear, tho man 1 meant to marry was brave, and true, without a fear. At home he could not tarry, while other men from all aroun were lighting for the nation. You'll get your hat and then go down to the recruiting station." So Jonesy went. He writes his wife, "I'm quite a soldier fellow. And should 1 chauce to lose my life, you'll know 1 was not yei- . low.' Sometimes, Jones' wifie smiles. Again?her tears she can't repress them?But while such women rule the men, tho country's safe. God bless them! "It seems to me," said a Falrmonter who comes within the conscription age and who has just married, "that the general public is a little unfair in its attitude to the newly wedded man. Take by case for example. 1 have been engaged for some time, but put off marriage until 1 knew whether I was to be drafted. I did not feel like marrying until 1 bad some definite idea as to my immediately tuture. But I i .iraft.iri o??<i I'm nnur twirriPfL 1 W?a U1KHVU! UIIU 1 ??v? ?. - - Some of my acquaintances speak of my marr'ageas though they really thought I married with the expectation of claiming exemption as a married mail. In my opinion, the people who constantly talk and think that way about every newly married person are just the people who would try to take advantage ot such a thing themselves. They only reflect unconsciously, perhaps, their own inmost thoughts. "I felt, and felt, that we were entitled to be married. We had a right to that. We were making just as much of a real sacrifice in separating as though we had been married. When i we tirst talked about exemption.?-and : we did talk about it,?she told me that 1 she wanted a whole man, a real man; i and that though I might come back | from the trenches disabled, she'l feei i that I was truly a whole man when t i hnrl done a man's dntv to mv country. I And this, I think, is the attitude ot ; most newly-weds. God knows, they I are entitled to a short happiness, even : though the great conflict forever sop- 1 arates them. At the front, he'll have 1 the memory of their happiness. At home, she'll be waiting and preparing i to welcome him, and if it chances that 1 he doesn't get back, there'll be a mem- ' ory to live with her forever." s Cats must go. Some one should real- I ly start a warfare on them. The cat 1 while cunning in his youth grows up i into r. sly, treacherous animal. Wound into a furry ball in the middle of our best rocker, he looks very lovable and < Innocent but many a happy bird lam- 1 ily has he broken up. Besides bird < killing, be Is said to carry dibease and < many a family has forbidden the cat i on account ot this, especially since in- J Nature Needs Assisl : In f ! A little help goes a bnsr^ways^j 1 If you would keep your body in a i healthy and robust condition, throb- ' bing with that splendid vitality that ! indicates freedom from all ailments, first of all see that your blood is i kept pure. Any. slight impurity that i creeps Into your blood will soon effect i the well-being of your whole system. i A few-bottles of :?. & & will give s Just thesiiistuce thua#ture needs < EVERETT'TRUE ONDO) 1 ' ^ si " '?? k ^ ('-'?>(} - i fanliie paralysis lias been so prevalent. Wandering about as lie does into all kinds of places, we should bo a little careful about allowing him free access Into our homes with feet that have been anywhere and everywhere. Children love cats and so do many grown people and the cat In his place is permissible; but everybody loves birds,?let niu tell you of a few that Mister Cat has treacherously eaten. The cat watches tlrst for the robin. The robin Is our first bird as everyone knows and he stays with us tho longest. Hatched trom an exquisite blue egg, ho is a friendly, pretty thing and likes to live near comfortable homes where he con run across well kept lawub easily la search of worms. lie would rather build his nest about our verandas and really it is a shame we canuot provide a roof for his nest; made of perishable material as It is and lilted with mud, unless protected iroia heavy rains his pretty home sometime. meets with grave disaster. Did you know that even father birds like to get together at night and talk of interesting things and that large numbers meet at & favorite roosting place? While mother stays at home alone with the babies. This spring a largo gray cat utterly destroyed a wholo family of robins. The bluebird also comes easly. He is useful as well as ornamental and kill:: thousands of bisects Aat would uestroy tue crops, lie sings tru-ai-iy tru-al-ly so sweetly. The cat lays evei in watch tor him. The brown thrush with his white spotted waistcoat is a favorite among us; he is not afraid to come very near and he sings "here am I?here am 1" in a rich penetrative tone. 1 know where' several families of thrushes were hidden and I have found desecrated nests among them. Wc admire the catbird. He is rather temperamental; some days when he is feeling out of sorts he looks like a tousled schoolboy with feathers ruffled.?at other times he is as sleek ano well mannered as can be. Some days he sings a most beautiful song and on others be imitates a cat's call very cleverly and disagreeably. A C hristian catbird ou the road leading to Wtufteld fed not only her own babies but several orphans who lived in seme undergrowlh there. The par ents bad been killed by their enemy, the cat, and had it not been for the kindly catbird, the orphans probably wouid have starved. There aro so many tragedies among our birds and the cat is responsible fot I many of them. There are a great manv I bird-lovers in Fairmont. There is no I mora welcome note than the first hap-1 py, joyous sound of the birds In the I spring. There is something awaken-1 ing to the spirit in the melody oi thcii song. We stop in our work and listen and say?"What bird is that?" Sometimes it. is hard to tell for birds have many different songs?a song or sound for every emotion, in which to express themselves. .Tr.fcf nnuf bird snnpc arp ns>rflf?iihr1\* appealing for it is the time of year; when family cares for them are over. I nitre Is that note of sadness?tnat slower song with many minor tones :hat make us believe that even birds ove springtime and mating and build ;ng best Hcping to win their way to the top )f their profession by becoming bona'ide officers, General A. Reed, Colonel Dscar Williams and Lieutenant Godlard McCabe are now serving as privates in the ranks of the United Statep Marine Corps. They were given their tance v Ceeoing You Well in keeping the blood absolutely free of all impurities. This old remedy is i wonderful purifier and tonic, and in so equal for keeping: the blood 'ich and pure. It builds up the appetite and tones up the entire system. S. S. S. is sold :by druggists everywhere. It has been'successfully used 'or more than fifty,years, and people n practically evdrv state testify to ts great worth. Write for booklets ind free medical advice to Swift Specific Co, Dept. ? ^ Atlanta, Ga, * / ' o?diIaaaMk7ttwtr9>r^ndaot ' through any military service or ap' polnlment Major General George Barnett, commandan ot the Marloe Corps, recently made the announcement that future1 officers in that organization would be chosen from men in the ranks. It maybe that the martial prefixes of these well-named eea-soldlers mar serve them later as a designation ot their rant Rev. Mitchell of Christ Episcopal church preached one of his most impressive termons yeeterday at the morning service. Mr. Mitchell came to Christ church at a time when, having been without a rector for several i months, the congregation could most , appreciate him; not alone because he < filled a vacant place dear to the i members of Christ church, hut be cause ha came Into hearts that needed him. A man of quiet bearing, ho speaks In a sane, forcpfnl Aimer of , Christian principles of living Yesterday he epoke of tho true meaning ot Christianity, in this day of thorough knowledge of the word 1 Americanism,' he asked that we re- 1 view the word 'Christian.' He said 1 that when a boy, be bad been taught the same religion that represented i Bunyan as spending all his time over- i coming the wicked world. He was i taught tbat in order for one to get . into Heaven, tho whole of life must ; be a turning of one's back on every- , thing enjoyable. He called it a tak- i Ing of the part for tho whole, and he ( said that Christianity is neither a , beautiful dream nor a hard realty. He ] told us to trust, to yield to the great , light, as the plant to tho stin, and , ll.al n,(f 1. tM.ai r. .. A ... .1.1 ' iuut wiiii uusi aiiu biuu> wuujij codib wisdom und vision. He compared God and his children to the fireside father and little ones, and said we could get along no better without Hiin than could the child without his parent or the parent without his child. Ho spoke of the parents who were never the satno after their children had gone away ,who never forgot?whose aim in life was gone. Ho said that the love of Cod was broader th^n the measure of a man's . riiind?that' God needed us?that He : spoke to our ears and to our eyes I in all that was beautiful to hear or to see; that we could never know B true happienss without him. He said, i in conclusion, that Jesus was Chris- ? tlanlty, and that to be a Christian ? was to be a disclplo of Jesus, ? MANY MAGAZINES f SENT Tfl THE FBONl! i One Cent Stamp On the Cover Is All That Is Necessary. i NOTICE TO READERS. When you llnlsh reading this magazine, place a one cent stamp on this notice, hand same to any postoffice employe, and it will ' ho placed in the hands of our soldiers or sailors at tho front. No wrapping?No address. A. S. Burleson, Postmaster-General. Since tho ahovo notice has been appearing on magazines, many Fair- J montcrs have brought periodicals to . the local postoffice for the use of sol- ( diers at the front. The authorities i at the local office are glad to see so j much interest manifested and are I | immediately dispatching them to | , Uncle Sam's boys. j , Tho number of magazines received ; ( each dav has been gradually increas- j , ing, showing that the idea is becoin- j ing more and more popular. ( The boys at the front will fie glad 1 to get an old magazine and will t doubtless appreciate this little scrv- j ice. a i i , i ^l^^m^edilt^Mid j permanent relief from eczema I prescribe Resinol "If you want to experiment, try some of those things you talk about. But if you really want that itching stopped and your skin healed, get a jar of Resinol Ointment. We doctors have been prescribing that ever.iince you ware a small boy, so we know what it will do." Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap contain nothing that could injure or irritate the tenderest slun. They clear away pimp'lea, redness and roughness, stop dandruff, and fsrra a most valuable household trotnent.for.sores, chafing*. cuts, burns, etc. Sold by all -druggists. Uuftjinoi Soap for baby} g bath. n-0 afM' Ifl effect!?* In treating M unnatural dlicliargcs; mm ? p?lBi?M,non-poiiongus Hlllv IT ud will not itrlctare. Believes In 1 to 6 d?7S. SOLD BY DBrCeiiTi. Pnrtt! Pott tf dwIred-Prlee >1, or 8 bottle* 12.75. nta"BVaSs*CMBMICAL CO.. CINCMNATl, a I Prosperity of The posperity of our depositors prosperity of the bank. The officers of this bank, real] upon the posperity of depositors ai to lend every aid possible toward 1 Many of our depositors are ass (fortunes. If yon are not a depositor beci you likewise. THE PEOPLES NA On the Corner Near CAPITAL emssffir nmtii NISSH Will Do Their Part in Put* tine- New Democracy On Its Feet. The American Red Crow hat re- I celved a cablegram from Dr. Frank 3. Billings, chairman of the Red Cross I Commission to Russia, announcing the I solo arrival of the Commlsilon in Pet-1 rograd and lis reception by Premleufl Kereneky. The commission has afl variy begun Us 'investigation of coH dltlcns in Russia. H Chairman H. P. Davison, of the Re^B Cross council, on learning of the arrival* of the commission, at once cabled the following message to Premier Keren* sky. f "I have just received a cable an* nour-cement of tbe safe arrival in Petrogrud of the Special American Red Cross Commission to Russia. The American Red Crosa numbers nearly 5,00i',000 American citizens among its members, and wants you to know that tbe sending of this Commission with the measures of relief which it convey! md the others which we eipect It wlR later administer are tokens of the earn* ;st sympathy of tbe American RsM, Cross for the people of Russia in the irave struggle for the establishment >( Democracy and for tho perpetuation >' a really Independent national exist* tnco." H The American Commission carried vlth it medical supplies to the value if ftiOO.OOO. A second shipment of sup* illes is now being sent to Russia by be Red Cross. To cover this shipment be War Council has appropriated aoo.ooo, kmstead's WormSyrnp A safe and sura Bamady In Wsna Itood the tast lor 60 yaara. It BBTBB 'AILS. To children It U u aagal Of aercy. PLEASANT TO THE. BO IICKWXSB. NO PKTBIO BXBDBOu On# onto baa killed 133 worms. All dm*, lata and dealers, or by mall-iSo a bol, 1st. C. A. VOOBHEES, M. P .Pblla., Pa. A WELL KNOWN W0MAN,K It is The Same Story Everywhere^ Parkersburg, W. Va.?"Having al* ;tr-in-law in Silver Creek, N, Y.. who uad been benefited by Dr. Pierce's Fa-i mite Prescription I was induced to :ake it for trouble peculiar to women. | it did me great good and I shall ilways have great faith in It."?Mrs, I). A. White, Green St Fvkersbunn West Va. Waynesboro, Va.?"I bud suffered intensely with my back. I bad back* ?ache for years. Had a doctor for it but be was no* able to helj> mew vorite Prewtripiilearned of it through the pa* 'pers. The use of one bottle relieved me and I was surprised that 1 was cured. I have had jo return of the trouble and I give all die credit to I)r. Pierce's Favorite Preicription."?jlhs. Etta. Johnson, Arfh ivenue. Every woman who has reason to xlieve that backache, headache, unjatural pains, low spirits, sleepless lights, irregularities or a catarrhal tonditioD is caused by a derangement )f the womanly functions, owes it to lerself and dear ones to speedily overtome the trouble before a general jreakdowu causes permanent prostraion. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription || i non-alcoholic remedy that any atl> ng woman can safely take Itecauae It | s prepared from roots and herbs with >ure glycerine, containing tonic propi irties of the most pronounced char* icter. It is not a secret remedy because Its, ngredients arc printed on wrapper. '< Get Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription o-day. in either liquid or tablet itXSk Choose With Care a toothbrush so constructed that it reaches all the hidden crevices around and in between < the teeth. Bristles are set in a composition of cement, which prevents t,hpm frnm rominc out. It will pay yow to invest fl in one of these tooth brushes. PRICE 15c and 25c. CRANE'S I Drug Store |ffl Depositors m la reflected In the growth and jfl Itiug that its progress depends ?H id tbo community, are anxious [fl building their posperity. Isted daily in building their 9 ime one and aliow us to serrs . 9 TIONAL BANK JH th? Poitofiiee.