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I Thursdc
m "B
Boys' All Wool Suit
Thursday and continuing over
offer one small lot of boys all wool
I In sizes up to 8 years, 83.50 values,
terlals, knlckerbocker pants, at the t
Boys' Blouse Waists
Good washable glhgham and r
rlcs, lull run of sizes, actual 50c se
attached, light and dark patterns.
Boys' Ties 25c
Either Windsor, four-in-hand, or
string or bow, pure silk ties for
boys In a grand assemblage of
beautiful colorings.
Boys Hose 25c J
Coal black fast dyed boys /
hose, fine, medium and ^
coarse ribbed, all sizes,
double heel and toe.
Boys Knee
Pants 50c
One big lot of
boys well built corduroy
pants In sizes
up to 8 years, reinforced
seams, the .
most serviceable
pants you can buy
for school wear. MSjffii,
This
Yith V-?L
EDUCATORS lit
[ SUPT. TOOTHMAN
Head of County School
System Will Leave To
morrow for Camp Lee
Honoring Homer 0. Toothman, counV
superintendent of schools of Marion
lounty, an elegant dinner was served
ast evening at the Fairmont by prominent
school men of the city. Mr.
iUUluuiau tcavos v?im 1110 *wv_ui \-\jutingent
ol drafted meu for Camp Lee
at Petersburg, Va., on Thursday evening
and the dinner was planned as a
sort of farewell for Mr. Toothman who
is popular among the local teaching
fraternity, having done much for the
cause of education throughout tha
county. Those who were present at
the dinner were:
City Superintendent O. U. Wilson,
President Joseph Hosier of the Fairmont
tSate Normal school; W. 15.
Buckley, principal of the Butcher
school; G. H. Colebank, principal of
the Fairmont high school; H. L. Smith,
County agricultural agent; Walter Barnes,
head of the English department
of the Fairmont Normal school; T. C.
Moore, teacher of mathematics in the
Fairmont high school; W. C. Michael,
principal of the Rivesville high school
William M. Kennedy, former county
superintendent; G. Ward, principal of
Rivesville schools; W. A. Hustead,
superintendent of schools of Union in?
v dependent district and the honor guest
K. v Homer C. Toothman.
B Odd Fellows Grand
Lodge Session Soon
Odd Fellows of Marion county are
greatly interested in the session of
the GVand Lodge, wwhich will be ne.d
in Huntington, W. Va., on October 9,
10 and 11. The delegates from Marion
county are: Walter H. Watson from
Marlon Lodge, No. 11, and J. A. Hess,
from Palatine Lodge, No. 84. At the
same time the Daughters of Itebekah.
the women's branch, will meet in
Huntington. Mrs. Joseph Wright will
represent the locvl Rebecca Lodgo
Some of the high lights of the Grand
Lodge meeting will be the report of
the committee appointed to look into
the advlsalblity of locating an Old
y - Fellows' temple In some part of the
State; a revision ol the constitution
and by-laws of the Grand Lodge and
action In regard to paying the dues
of the young men who are called to the
front
State Supervisor
pi At New High School
State supervisor of schools L. L.
B Friend of Charleston was In tho city
yesterday on business pertaining tt>
the school work of the local hlglt
schools. Mr. Friend was greatly pleased
with the work of the local schools
and expressed himself as much pleased
with the new high school on the
Bast Side. Mr. Friend went over with
Prof. W. A. Hustead the course _of
study as outlined for the school and
was entirely satisfied with U,
iy is Goin!
OYS' DAI
Saturday we will
pinch back aultt
rich novelty mahove
undermine. /'jL r TTiijfft
icrcale fab- '
llers, collar \
W A "Flier" in Boys il|j||
School Shoes
Thursday
leather, strongly built for p
general service, shoes \
that are stylish yet full of &
real wear, offered at the A:
following underpricos: [("
Sizes 9 to 13 go at $2.25 V,
Sizes 13 1-2 to 2 go "
at $2.30
Sizes 2 to 51-2 go at $2.75
pVlONONGAH '
i
"The About Face."
Several local people have hoard
from P. H. McDonnell, the local boy
who holds the honor of being the
first Marlon county man in the new
National army in training at Petersburg.
On a card recently received 1
by C. A. Honakcr McDonnell writes: 1
"I am sure getting the 'about face'." <
Best regards to all my friends."
New Management.
Many local friends are sorry to hear
of the departure of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Colvin and family who have
recently moved to OwenB, W. Va. Mr.
Colvin is filling a responsible position
as outsido foreman at the Owens mine.
Previous to his departure he was manager
of the J. R. Lake general store.
Mr. Lake who has been a traveling
salesman is now in charge of his
own store.
Child Dead.
Little Francis Daugherty aged about
twelve years died yesterday evening
at the home of T. G. Shackelford after
an illness of about two weeks as a1
resuu 01 typnoia [ever, me nine girl'
was well known in and about Monon-1
gah and her death was a great shock
to a host of friends.
Personals.
Mrs. B. H. Skinner of Worthtpgton
wa sin Monongah yesterday afternoon
attending to shopping.
Miss Pearl Holland of Fairmont
spent yesterday evening with Miss
Bonnie Fleming.
Martin Killcen was among the business
callers In Fairmont this morning.
Miss Otis JaneS" was In Fairmont
yesterday afternoon atatending to business.
Mrs. L. H. Meredith of Fairmont was
in Monongah yesterday attending to
fall shopping.
Mrs. Frank Morgan of Fairmont was
j among the out of town business call-1
ers in town yesterday.
II. C. Shaffer of Cleveland was in [
Monongah yesterday a business trans-1
actor.
Miss Hazel Canter of Clarksburg
was in town during the week as a social
caller.
Miss Besslo Snyder of Fairmont was
in Monongah yesterday attending to
shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Totrick and their
daughters of Enterprise motored to
Monongah yesterday to attend to shop
Plug.
George Mauley of near Monongah
was In Fairmont yesterday attending
to business.
Mehtodist Laymen
Of State To Meet
In conectlon with the annual conference
of the Methodist Episcopal
churches of West Virginia, which will
be held at Clarksburg the week beVBCE
\MlF5 ^
V
' -
WEST VIRGINIAN?FA
g to Be
nj
I
Knicker Pants SI
Neatly made up from
Jjat good lirm novelty suiting
materials, taped scams,
reinforced thru-out, sizes
6 to 18 years, bloomer and j
^ knickerbocker styles, belt
loops and suspender buttons.
Boys' Rah Rah
Hats 50c.
^*^''"jiOu Corduroy, plush
and novelty materlals,
newest Fall
t .^^"-7 and Winter blocks, (
,rp hats that are man- (
r nish yet have a <
youthful touch, all
sizes.
Boys' School Caps 25c
tVe are mighty proud of this j '
howlng as it is strong evidence of ! i
he great value giving power of
his greater economy store. Fancy ,
ind plain materials, all sizes. |
Exceptional Suits for
Boys at $3.50
They come in sizes 6 to 18 |
years, all wool materials, t
pinch backs galore, attractive |
patterns and colorings, ideal
suits for school wear.
shop
- ' Floor '
jinlng September 23, the tenth annual
session nf the Laymen's Association
j? the same denomination will take
place at the same place, the sessions
to be held in the First Presbyterian
church there.
Bishop Franklin Hamilton will address
the session on Friday night and
Saturday night and the session which
vill last through Friday and Saturday
will be presided over by C. W. Fleshsr,
of Gassaway, the president of the
Vaymen's association.
Reasons \
Gra
on t
ECONOMY
ECONOMYECONOMY
ECONOMYPLEASURE
rich, nut-like
?
golden gram
palate.
\
Costs Abo
COMES , UEUO,6EQT*
MONTcH ^ /*% ^
yi. ilCT. ** ^0 r*1 QUE-S1
-
1RM0NT, ' 'V WED-NI
THE "SWEETHEAR
Officers like to get letters from |
tome as well as the rookies. This pic
.ure snows a scene at me postonice at
Jamp Lewis, American Lake, Wash.,
:rowded all day long with shifts of
L.500 officers in camp. They are as
;ager as schoolboys for the treasured
nissive from home.
Likewise the new arrivals are cheer3d
by letters or disappointed when
hey fail to get them.
Don't fail to writei to the boys in
:amp.
SWili
BUT WRONG ON UN
Chief Harr Restores TwOj
Lost Children After Some
Little Difficulty.
Losing their way after they had
made a purchase with a few cents
that had been given to them, Virginia,
aged 5 years and Lillian aged 2>,-- years
daughters of Clarence Ferby, McMechen,
Marshall county, while 011 a visit
with their mother to Fairmont caused
much concern among thoir relatives
and neighbors when they strolled
away on Tuesday afternoon. Tho children
woro well on their way home
when they decided to visit a store and
make their little purchase. After this
was done they become confused and
could not find the streets they wanted.
In tho meantime their mother, wlio
had been visiting her sister Mrs. M.
C. Coughlin of No. 607 Maryland avenue,
missed the children and a hunt
was instituted for them. The children
were found by Fred S. Harr, the chief
of police, wnlking along Merahant
street. They told that official they
lived on Lincoln street and he pro
ceeded at once to take them there.
The eldest child was aware of the
Vhy Y ou Sho
ipe-IN
he Family Ta
-Highly Nourishing-Ready
to Eat?N<
-Keeps Indefinitely?
-Easily Digested?A
?This whole grain 1
tlavor is in the fc
t*l % ? ItMl
iica paiuiuicuiy
I
?ut One Cei
t
CHESTNU'
Tms * www is the otn
Le M /y^ BETVuE
SPAY EVENING, SEPT]
r MAIL' 'ARRIVES
v It Is one of the little things for yoi
to> do that will provo a big mean
in chasing away homesickness durin,
tho vrst weeks.
(act that the surroundings were no
familiar to her and so she informe
the chief. Later it developed tha
the children lived on Lincoln streei
McMecben. They were restored t
their mother when tho mistake wa
straightened out.
?
Osgood Shop Ready
For Fall Opening
The display windows at Osgood
snop on wain street have been veile
all day preparatory to the opening fo
inspection tonight at 8 o'clock. An ut
usual display has been promisee
handsome decorations especlall desigi
ed for the event having been procure
for the occasion which promises t
outshine previous displays. It will h
worth a visit to the down town seilio
meuralgiaT^
A For quick results
rub the Forehead igaffh*
(*} and Temples with /Vt |$S
y* r.ccp ? Little Body-Guard inTosir Horn*" "V/f
VICKl\p0'tuS!g
Bell-ans
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. Onepackage
proves it. 25cat all druggists.
iuld Have
[uts
a
ible
?No Waste
3 Fuel Cost
-No Spoilage
Body Builder
food with its
>rm of crisp
1i J.-. i.U?
icaiing iu uie
it A Dish
r CHARLIE
SMBER 19,191T.
^ THINGS W01
I T KpiS
^ 8:00 A. M.
| Unusual
i 137
& SEASON'S CHIEF FI
SECTION OF WO!
!g? THE NEW SUITS, COATS AND
U ABLE"?Another has set inappreciated?for
there Is
STY]
Because of this great variety
i? interestingly represented in CO!
I ?> tempt will be made in the directii
WITH SUCH WIDE LATITUDE 1
ft, suit a condition of unusual sa
Ul fact that a really becoming
SS ' every Im
3S
fejl TN Waists, Neckwear, Gloves, I
& i accessories?there Is a very i
tion will be appreciated.
^ CONCERNING THE MA
" | Styles in
^ Millinery Styles for Fall and
and wearable. Another note-wot
55 of style restriction, which is resu
t ffS w,ti? varlety 01 types.
i 5 WATCH OUR ADVERT
11 DISP1
y
3 this evening to, see the lights flash on
the display.
g * *
Ty Cobb went hltless In both garacn
of a double header the other day which
r
i DIZZY SPELLS
e
- Relieved After Taking Two Bottles
Of Cardui, Says Tennessee
Lady.
Whltwell, Tenn.?Mrs. G. P. Cart
wrlght, of this place, writes: "About
four years ago the dizzy spells got so
~ bad that when I would start to walk
I would just pretty near fall. I wasn't
past doing my work, but was very
' much run-down.
I told my husband I thought Cardul i
would help me, as a lady who lived j
next door to me had taken a gToat
deal, and told me to try it. This was
- when we were living In Kentucky.
" My husband got me a bottle and I
took It according to directions. It
helped me so much that he went back
and got me another bottle. - I got a
whole lot better and just quit taking
It. I got over the dizzy spells. ..I took
no other medicine at that time por
since for this trouble. No, I've tever
regretted taking Cardul.
I felt just fine when I finished the
second bottle."
Purely vegetable, mild and gentle
In Its action, Cardul, the woman's
tonic, may be the very medicine you
need. If you suffer from symptoms of
female troubles, give Cardul a trial.
I All druggists. NC-129
| Set Teeth $8.00, Gu
EXAMINAT
o Gold Crowns
? guaranteed 10
j;g: years J5.00.
'% Filling 50c and jM
I up. fl
g Teeth Cleaned
MHBBD
I ? Teeth Extracted
! g 25c.
? THE UNIOI>
j 8 Office Over 5 and 10 Cent Store, Ma
| &?S?3C8??MC8?SSm8????S?3SKK
,
Ipaaa bbbsb
Do You Ahv
t
I' V Ttoon
ICEjS
MARION PR
P. S.?This is y
lEL^c-Mow-'^r z
DoM'T tftZLh ^ /T\
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at | I
3&&?P 5:00 P. M.
Variety j ]
2ATURE IN EVERY & I
HEN'S APPAREL
DRESSES ARE ALL "WEAR.
one that will ho generally Hj ,
absence of EXTREME
?which la comprehensively and km
JRTNEYS' assortments?no at- SaJ
in of Detailed Style Descrlptloni. B
IN CHOICE there is hound to r?- BE
tlsfactlon. arising from tha
model can be found for
llridual.
[osiery, Corsets nnd other drees 9
gratifying variety?Your Inspec- ? y
lNY new, charming s
Millinery I .
I Winter are exceedingly slmpla SU
-thy feature Is the absolute lack Be
Iting In the sale of an unusually ?
ISING and WINDOW ^
.AYS ?
ws/tsmmssmtfr
means that Jennings probably will
ask waivers on'him. ,
A Boston man agreed not to eat
beans for a year If the Red Sox did
not win a pennant.
I You Will I
t %
Need an
Alarm CM <
Soon
We Have a
Wonderful
Assortment
Prices $1 to $3
The JJALLMARK Store ^
aranteed 10 Years.
IONS FREE.
If you want bet- ?
ter denistry at a J
reasonable price ?
consult the Un- 5
Ion Dentists.
Hjcf Our methods 5
are the latest, 5
HSBr therefore. are 2
pirraj ^ust?"ttie het. ? ,
rJlMjflr ter and opera- 5
tions less Datn- 8
ful.
J DENTISTS I
in St. Bell Phone 921-J. \
I
ays Insist on
IOW 1
lEAM
^ fi
UUUL1Z LU.
our protection. <
/-c^ I
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