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B EAST SIDE | m~- NEWS Hers for Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. May of Mt. Lake *ark eame down yesterday. Mr. May la here to attend the reunion of Maulsby's men which will be held at Loop Park today. Very III. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Thorn of Palatine avenue were called to Glady Creek yesterday by the serious illness of Mrs. Thorn's brother Gilbert Hayhurst Mr. Hayhurst was taken very-suddenly 111 on Wednesday of hemorrhage of the stomach. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Mont Devault have moved In the Ftowo nronortv in Reeves Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Garlow of f'orh ran atrect are speding a few day* at ' Morgantown. Mrs. Bert Klncaid of ltlverview street who has been ill is now better. Miss Mary Grose went to Clarksburg yesterday morning to visit relatives. T. B. Henderson made a busintvs trip to Grafton yesterday. He return ed to Fairmont today. Mrs. Stewart Cordrav and two sons Edward and James of Morgantown arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Shoe Ik' maker in Guffy street. Mr. and Mrs E. A. Grose of Mor gantown avenue are on an auto trip through West Virginia and part oi , Mr. and Mrs. Curtis of Hlalne street are the proud parents of a new baity daughter which arrived at their bom< yesterday morning. Mrs. Mary McAllister and daughter Corena are spending the week wit! ? . Mr. and Mrs. A. < . Gaskins at tbeiJ farm on Ice's Hun [MEET THE FIRST (Continued from page 1 ? I . distant land stuped for dc-th Ins* . ' IEK of birth. The cablegram announcing Iter mm band's safety In France v.as the tir : news to be taken to the girls niotn-t as she lay > short while later In In tfl bed, with the "very image" of the V. sent captain asleep on her arm 111 bet Capt. Albert Whitney W. hi ron of the American expeditionary i"~ ces "Somewhere i:i France.' in - i give bis boots to be in my place f'-t I've just seen this tirst American va: baby in his bassinet. Captain junior II can imagine mr is what he will bo called) wrinkled ;>( his little button of a nose, opened hi dark eyes wide fo- u moment, tlirn closed them slowly, lie didn't cw about history, or that lie was hist u.. in the making, a symbol of the Atnm lean mother's fortitude in war tint* Porhaps sonic day he ni-.y lie proud of being the tirst -var son born to an ;Amertcan captain in France, but i r.v 'all the little codger thinks about i v' eating and sleeping. ' Mrs. Waldron, self-possessed. gl"f. no sign of having gone alone thro iglJ the "valley of the shadow" while thej husband who would have given all he Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25cat all druwaists. I A MESSAGE 19 MOTHERS FROM MRS. ALTA EARLS Tells How Nerv-Wort1 Made Over Her Nervous Dizzy, Ailing Little Three-Year-Old Girl. This remarkable signed statement wbb given a few days ago to J. S. I)er wacter. who is demonstrating Nerv Worth at Bluetield, W. Va it is ex traordinary prool of Xerv-Worth claims. Mrs. Earls- husband is a well known workman in the X. & W shops at Bluetield. "I saw Nerv-Worth advertised In n lltUe folder from Goodykoontz'; Drug Storo and 1 decided to buy s bottle for my little three-year-old girl She had been trouoled for ono ycat with her Btomach, so we could not al low her to eat freely. Site would have hot, feverish, dizzy spells, and fall. Was so nervous she would wake up about 1:30 and could not sleep any more that night, on account of the twitching and jerking of her nerves She would also complain of her head hurting her SINCE TAKING XERV nrAT????? ?* - ITTumn one riAS ,>UT HAD AN: OP THOSE BAD NERVOUS SPELLF AND SLEEPS GOOD ALL NIGHT. ] am very grateful for what Nerv-Worti has done for our baby. (Mrs.) "ALTA EARLS. 11 Summit Street, Bluetleld.' Mrs. Earls added to the above thai she had used doctors' prescription.' and othtfr medicine without benefit. Crana's Drug Store sells nerv-Wortl] In Fairmont. Your dollar bacn il Nerv-Worth does not benefit YOU. j Be Careful v?to keep the stomach well, the liver and bowels regular, by the timely and helpful aid of BEEEHAM'^ PUIS larml Sal* of Any Mndiein* in the World ScUmrywbar*. 1* box**, 10c.. 26c. had In the world to hold her hand at that moment entered himself another valley of death thousand* of miles away. She looked like a young college girl, in her yellow sports skirt, her white middy and tennis shoes. "We have been married only two years in November," Mrs. Wuldron told me. "It was a West Point ro; mance. As soon as my husband was ] graduated from the Point and receiv' ed his command we were married. "Capt. Waldron was in Mexico at I first " From time to time as she talked to I me Mrs. Waldron turned and loosed ; at the little baby face, hail hidden in ; lace. At those times I felt I was not i m ine picture. Ana l wonaered whether she really saw there a baby face. ! or a bronzed cheek beneath a captains i cap. The bride who faces motherhood wants to gaze upon lier husband's I countenance, and print bis features on I a sensitive plate she alone knows | about. How ninny hours( had Mrs. i Waldron sat, visualizing the beloved and dashing young army captain in her mind's eye? "At lirst in Mexico," she continued, "and then he was detailed in the tliot expeditionary force to France. "Why yes, of course. Of course It was hard to let him go." She spoke quictiy and no mereman j interviewer would have known there i was the ghost of a choke in her i throat. "But it may well be harder for the 1 wives of the new army to say boodby. . jWc girls who marry army men '.Ha , I with the sword of Damocles hanging ' over us. | "We know our men have vowed to I put country before wife or child. Tilly j child," and she turned and picked up I the new baby, "arrived the very hour on the 18th of August when v;e re 1 I This Saf< ; j | Back j From I j'yrx Hi r uvutlC/ti I What Do You Need frorr Harrisorit Tho vacation season is practice ly ov?r. From now until Chris mas will be a period of stirring a tivity?the time when the ncec of nil humanity are most divers fied. Getting ready for coldt v/eathrr, the social season, and th home life indoors, is the busine; that concerns everybody Just no' ?those who have to look a?t< their individual needs and thos who are responsible for the cor fart of a family and the care of j home. Let this great Econom store?your store?help you, an | be assured that your Interests ai safeguarded here, in the matter i quality, and value and servic Again we say, LET US HELP YOI For Autumn Wea $2.00 You can safely pin your faith c our Kid gloves. Tills Autumn so son is one that offers unlimiti I choice In colors and we have spa | ed no pains in securing the vei 1 best makers. Colors include whit I j tan, champagne, black and whi l itii black stitching.?Main Floor i! m i if1 v p| P- $1.00 All Wool Serge Dresses $6.98. These splendid dresses will w! your praise the moment you s( them; colors are green, navy ar black; sizes 16 to 44; each mod tailored along youthful llncs.Thlrd Floor. ? ?? THE WEST VTRGlNIAtT?I celTed?'" and aha told me the story ot the cablegram. And from the war she tokl It I knew how glad she was. 1 could read between her words what a boon btr baby was to her, and how she now cherished the certainty that, ever if 111 should betide the captain In France, she would have his image ai ] ways with her in actual human rorm. ; 1 and not only In a day-dream. | The almost scorntul way In which, j to my first question, "What are an | i going to name biraT' she had replied, ( ! "He is already named?for his fatne" j Albert Whitney Waldron, Seventh ' Field Artillery, U. S. A." told me all J I needed to know. 1 could not imag-1 lne the song about not raising a bo* to be a soldier ever echoing in her . cars. 1 knew If a generation hence the j world had to be made sale for dem1 ocracy, and hta father's task had to be done all over again .there would ; be another Capt. Albert Whitney l Waldron ready to go. To me the mother of this first Ameii lean war baby la the tpyical American \ woman and mother?an inspiration to all the women of this land. Hrw ! proud they must be! For the future I of democracy lies in their laps and : coos, and they know that He who taker away, also gives. i As for how Capt. Waldron felt, away , off there, in the hours In which he ' knew the form nearest to his henrt was twisting In pain, and when he ' | would have moved heaven and earlli ; to get to his wife's side?I will leave ; the imagining of that to the men j f0llt' ? Value of Human Pity. j More helpful than all wisdom Is one draught of simple, human plt.v that ' | will forsake us.?George Eliot. ' e and Sane We are pressing foi I highest Diane of Honor an 'ward better and sounder i of mutuality of interest wi We're Going to Mother's crushed oats always sweet and fresh?each package contains a fine piece of aluminum, kitchen or tahls n wear, a pack- < tj/s j age Large size packages of National | oats carefully put up iu /-* sanitary containers, a 1 I |(. package A vr\c 'j | Df i Sew Voile waists with = In practical styles very simil above, some have wide flowing fri in pretty embroidered effects wi tone wide collars in most pleasii arrivals and it will bo a feast for day.?Main Floor. Women's an We Feature I a n r? tr.i a uressy crown veioui Coat for Girls $9.00This model comes styled exactlj as sketched above; has rich black plush collar; belted; large noveltj pockets. Girls School Dresses 69c Good serviceable gingham and percale dresses for growing school girls, ages 6 to 14 years. !a Each dress nicely made up and id neatly trimmed. You will pay el $1,00 for the same quality else? where.?Third Floor. - ? Mountains of Salmon. The Skenna riser boasts a great number of salmon canneries, and. next to the Fraser, la probably the largest center of this Industry In British Co lumbla. On occasions when the Ashing fleet comes in with a big catch, ai many as 20,000 to 30,000 large salmon may he seen at one time In a rainbow-hued pile of sparkling beauty. First Circular flaw. According to British technical pub llcaticas, the first circular sow was Invented by one Mnrray, a wood turn er at Mansfield, England. The flrsi saw of this kind was about six lnchei in diameter and was used on a woo<! tun - Intlie operated by water power 1JOKNFEOR 307 Merchant Street. Specials F< Steak, any cut per lb .. Whole fresh ham. per lb. Fresh pork side, per lb. Roast, per lb Boil, per lb Liver, per lb Small ham, per lb Guaranteed Toledo scales 3 Ad is Fu ward with all the strength c d Probity, to be of still grej merchandise at reasonable p ith our customers. Be as Busy as Be i : p All day Saturi \l 1 (TO V" pounds of first u ^ ?3 lated sugar for : Argo gloss starch, can be used a I a boiling or cold water starch a starch for every pur- w pose, net weight 12 ounces? a package CJV i a Warmer Glow $1.00 ar to tho four numbers pictured Us with pleasing sailor collar; others lUe still others have the new two ng designs. They're all September your eyes to view them here Saturd Girl's Coats "or Saturday the Fou Ill ^ We Picture above a Smar Coat for Girls $5.50. Good, serviceable, as well a r stylish novelty material; Imitation i fur trimmed; belted; cape collar striking pockets; for school o dress wear. jigmg WS yeCQNOMY FAIRMC ^ - :XIXG, SEPTEMBER 14,1917 What Warships Cost ! A modern giant battle cruiser will ! cost approximately $20,000,000; a su! perdrea'dnaugbt can be built for $18,1 000.000; a scout cruiser for $6,000,000; ! a destrojer for $1,300,000; while ordl1 nnry submarines cost $000,000 eHCh ' for the sgnaller type, and from $1,000,1 000 to $1,200,000 each for the larger bom-. ; Bumstead's Worm Syrup ul$ and sura Xamadj for Worms, tood tha teat for 50 jasrs. XT WW TEX : riZXJ. To chUlras It Is an aafftl of . marcj. PLEAbAIfT TO TAXX. WO 1 SXCXWX8S. WO FXT82C WEEDED. Osa I bottl* baa k Iliad 132 worrsL All drUff , gists sad dsalers, or by mail-25o a bot. Est. C. A. VOOEHIES, ad. Dm Ffclla.. Fa. EKE CO. (Inc.) I Phone S60-K or Saturday 27c 30c 25c 20c 15c 15c 25c strictly fresh, used exclusively. 11 of Real S )f a firm resolution to place a' iter service to the buying public irices and to achieve?if possit ? ... ' ? es in Our Bargain B lay we will sell 25 tt? c\ Ofalitv pure tanc gramis Mason's class fruit jars, clear blown, porcelain fitted screw top lids, one dozen to a cartoon, quart size /np ' a dozen "w# i We have marked our ^ new Autumn hate, j (~ i made in our own work- |? x] room, at about one-half jL/'n the fair value based \ upon present cost of *thfi5s material. Rich black velvets will be found 7 here in profusion.? Third Floor. for Fall Are 1 r Models Below Exactly ,# I t Th^i Smart Coat With Fur Cape Collar $17.50. s The abOYe sketch fives you the i strong style features of this rare coat value. The rich Coney cape r fur collar adds much to the appearance of the garment. "MMUMSK. HMT.WVA. ^*4 . Surely. There are always mum officers in I a rejrtiaenC remarked the Obaerrer of Events and Thlnya, "who do not believe In corporal punishment." | T 8:00 A. M. I SPECIAL & s -u | Moorhead an % NEW YOF ^ And These Hats i ^ Duplicated to An> i This City. Stylish W $10.001! ^ Other Stylish Hah A At $3.00 aving Insp II advertising upon the , to continually bring for)le?a still greater degree asement Saturday Clean blown jelly glasses. 8 nunie capacity, with lids complete; i timel ybargaln for every purpose, ' net weight 12 Oi"W junces, *V| if* 3. package Dannemiller's expertly roasted [ offce, whole grain strength, 3 full pounds : ~ i i Lovely New Autumn \ Hats Moderately * Priced Saturday r as Sketched 3 The Above Coat Featured at $16.50. Wide capcd collars trimmed with novelty buttons, and rich black velvet; all wool blue black coating material; exactly as pictured above. Boys' School Knee Pants $1.00. These pants come In the Tery materials and colorings that your boy will want to wear; sizes 6 to 17 years; knlckerbocker style; pants that will give REAL service.?Second Floor. V i" - Ct Ten it. "A maa ' ho doesn't like to itweB upon his past," said the almost-phttoao> pher, "usaally has one that Isn't pei? feet." tsmmmmanti. I ^ Closes ^ | DISPLAY | j d Jardino Co. | ' 'K?HATS p \re Positively Not m J r Other Dealer in k| s i Hats at o $20.00 P 5 Received Today ?| to $10.00 A =i] >irations! I j Our Store will he closed all day 4 Monday on account of Jewish holl- 4 day. B i ======== | Men, Here Are Your Shoes at $3-00. The shoes we will show you at this jirlce represent values that you L-annot duplicate elsewhere under J ?:>.50 and J3.75 Button or lace, vlcl kid or gun metal, medium weight. i shoes for general wear?dress or all service. 1 ; Thn VnTL'nct T.octa Tn 1 IIV V Tl veil XJUOIO 111 Men's Autumn Shoes Priced $4.50. / Tan, Russian Calf, Gun Metal IcatbcrB, English or other nlftiy I styles; full lino of sizes from 6 to 11. Somo of tho season's most nat- I ty footwear numbers are shown In this vast collcetlon at the above popular price of ?4.50. Autumn Modes in .Women's Boots at I $4.50. rna now srasnn nrnmipps Rhnrt er skirts and that calls for a boot of graceful design; these are shown t In cocoa-calf with champagne top; battle ship gray with grey top; Havana brown with light brown top, black kid with white top; topi j are of cloth, the newosl craze. ij r~" :jj I \\ ll el / A Unmatchable Vales at $3.50. Vic! kid and Run metal vamps with plain and fancy cloth tops; sizes 2 1-2 to 8.