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^ B "Most Captivating," , "Oh, isn't Ti Reasons ?will be only a few of tho h Big;. ; escapo tho pleased and Inter I millinery section tomorrow. ' In fashions" that occasionally man"?of a WOMAN, never! thuslastlc over our splendid that are simply captivating soft draped crowns and soft curves. Plenty of velours, vo ; largo aeroplane effects, modi I $2.50 ti ggMgg BBCLS^^C^ai*FAIRMC ? - _ ?/? Evening Chat , Children Just now are the happiest ; things in the world?in our world They have bought their books and have not minded getting them in many cases from children who used them last year. Anxious to do Just as moth er says they have listened to the plans for economy and have inscribed their names In the front, cheerfully erasing last year's drawings of 'teacher' to K make room for this year's drawing oi her. They are already quito sure that they are going to study hard ali K year and are going at it with a vim which will be shortlivod but neverthe less is encouraging. They have start ad to pound the piano and all mothers bear it gladly feeling sure that 'Mary' has it in her to be a real musician. Soon will come a dying down of activities and ordinary, everyday routine B; ?that most difficult of all character .building. Mothers will go on sewing and mending and getting dinner and doing thousands of other little things with no one to praise or commend hut wrapped up Just the same in the dear est work in the world?that of being there when needed and of providing comfort and good food?an especial task this year for the carefree happy Children at the Y. hi. C. A. are having the best time ol their lives, so one ot them said. The pool has been opened tor them and under a capable teach er they are getting good exercise and much enjoyment in clean, filtered wa ter so clear that one can see the hot torn as plainly as though it were but :a foot deep instead of seven at the deepest place. A great deal of better development has been planned for them?gymnasium, social times undet jp direction, etc., and when we look back to the days of our own youth when such things were not considered at all necessary we can appreciate what R&K Is now being done for the growlnp Sj'. boy and girl to a sane, fine, healthful growth which means better moral? and better thinking on the part of the children. The military salute had a curios origin it the tradition brought to light by TJ. S. Marine Corps officers at theii headquarters here may be believed IE. The naw soldiers sav that the salute originated In the days of the tourna ment, at which a queen of beauty was chosen to preside. The knights an'! their esquires and all who took pan In the tourney, on presenting them B:'~ ,: selves before the queen, lifted each one a hand level with the brows as E'. ' though dazzled by ttje light of hoi ' presence. ; Although its significance has beer E forgotten that same salute Is now be Jng used by military men in recogni tion of a superior rank; the Marine officers say. VIOLA ITEMS. Repba Curry who Joined the ma ..dries recently is spending a few days | ?t bis home here Mrs. Miranda Hartley who lias beor I8l. "Jck for somo time we learn is bettei jt it this writing. BE&V Messrs. J. J. Harris, E. E. Harris anc Samuel Harris left Mondnj' fcr o Hit. sunt in the mountains. A new road is being built to thr Eg. semetery which will be very corlvc ' slant. / |\ Miss Madge Curry daughter oft M r [.A and Mrs. Leonard Curry and J</cph K* M BUbert of Monongalia county /were . Suited In marriage the last it the T . t - ? J y_ ) "Too Dear for Words." tat Sweet," "So ible, Too!" undreds of expressions that will ested v sitors to our third floor There are "innnocent diversions escape the "eagle cyc"of "mere We know you will he some enshowing of popular priced hats in their naive simplicity?their brims that droop in newitohing Ivets, etc., in close fitting and irately priced from. a $10.00 1 ??'I BIT ; ON PRICKETT SHAFT It Will Mark the Site Of a Famous Frontier i Fort. If Im nr/iliiihln (tin fl^<llnn*!~n ? ? 11? .w L,. U./UU4V vuo ucuiuuuuu Ut LilU marker for the Prickett Creek Fort, Which the Sons of the Revolution of West Virginia will erect on Pricketts Creek at once, will take place some time tliis fall, though the exact date has not been set owing to various matters which have caused delay in! erecting the monument. The first date was set for June and this was postponed until Soptembori but at this time the monument is not! ready for dedication. J. Miles Prickett, who has charge of the erec-j : tion of the monument expects to be> gin work on its erection today and It ' is thought a few days will see its completion. Various matters have conspirod to delay the erection and dedication of the monument which will mark the site of the old Prickott Creek fort on the farm of Leban and Evelyn rrickett which will commemorate the establishment of the fort in the year 1773 as a refuge for the settlers from the attacks of the Indians, but it Is . now beiioved a few weeks at least will see the marker placed and ready for dedication. It is the 'plan to have the celebra tion In which the Sons of the Revo-! lution nud the William Raymond i Chapter of the Daughters of the Revo-! lution will participate. METZ. i . Mts? Birdie Ferrell and Miss Gail Grant of Fairmont spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ferrell. Mr and Mrs fharles Harter nf Fairmont are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. ' L.Campbell. Silas Campbell of Benton Harbor, s Mich., is spending his vacation with relatives at this place. Mrs. Alito McConneli, Lawrence and I Marguerite McConneli spent Sunday : with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Meredith at Wolf Summit. i David Semple has returned from a i visit to his parents in Pennsylvania. Mrs. W. A. Furbeo and daughter Itutli have returned to Clarksburg. I The schools have openod at this place with Mrs Simmons of Manning. ton as principal of the grade nnd high school. Miss Gwendolyn Hanley grade teacher and Miss Edith Stevens primary teaclitr. Virgil Thomas and Miss Laura Camp bell were married in Oakland. Md., and are housekeeping at Mole Hill. Ritchie county where Mr. Thomas is ' employed in the oil field. i i fc he west VirginianCOMFORT KITS MOS] STAND SERVICE WEAl They Must Also Be Made T Carry Masculine Comforts Half a million pracical circulars o the making o fcomfort kits and baa were issued today by the America Ited Cross. The circulars can bo ol tainert on appication at any Red Croi Chapter. A million comfort kits ar to be made at once for the men of on army and navy. A million more wi he made for the Russian Revolutioi ary army, as a pledge of cheer to th allied armies on the eastern fron The Red Cross is to be under no e: pense for these kits, all being provic ed as gifts from the mn;a who wis to make them. Miss Florence Marshall, director < the Woman's Bureau, announced thi the circular embodied the suggestio of the War department, of Genen Pershng and of Major Grayson M. 1 Murphy as to what the men wantei Three tvpeB of kits are suggested, simple hag with drawing string, an two with pockets, one for the trenchi and one suitable for hospital us Anything similar will be gladly we corned. The kits are to be made < plain khaki. Colored cretonne lit not ben advised because it is dange ouslv visible when carried by troo] at the front. The circular is illustrated with di grams of each type of bag. It lis the pcrosnal equipment given to -*e< enlisted man by the War departmen in order that women may not dupl cate these articles in filling the cor fort kits. But it also notes that tl regular outfit of any soldier is liab to be lost or destroyed and that add tolnal supplies even of his necessitl may be welcome to him at the fror Tho Red Cross Commissioner Franco has advised about comfn kits as follows: "They should contain pipe and t bacco pouch, heavy socks, handke chiefs, wash cloths and soap, mout organ or game, pencil, writing pap or pad, and envelopes, and if not ti expensive, singlc-hladed knife ai fyuvu. "They should have, it possible, : American flag sewed on the outside Materials for making the kits ct be procured by the Chapter from tl fled Cross Division Supply Servlc Individuals may purchase their mat rials from the Cbapters or from loc retail stones. Certain articles, 111 the combination knives and spoon may be had from the Division Supp Service. The suggestion for hospital kits d scribes the making of a souvon pocket, ?here the invalided soldi' may store his little collection of trea ures which more often than not ii eludes a scrap of shell or^the bull that brought him to the hospital, b playng cards are to be included in tl hits that go to Russia, and mouth-o gans or knives and scissors for tl hospital kits. A list of additional articles is sui Rested that may be added if Indivh uals desire to have their bags parti ularly full of plums for the man "01 there." Wotting paper, chewing gur chocolate (if wrapped in tin foil corn plasters, collapsible cups, cor pressed tea tablets, compressed mal cd milk tablets, scrapbook containir good story or jokes, gaiter laces (kh; ki color), garters, knife (two blade such as boy scouts use), marbles, na brush, nail file, pinball with pins, pu zles, scissors (folding in sheath), w; ter tight match box, postcards, slit laccs (black for Navy; khaki colon for the Army), slippers (especial! for hospital kit), talcum powder, tai (white, black or khaki colored), toi ci. j'ajici . Completed articles should be sen If possible, to the nearest Red Cro: Chapter. When this cannot be don they should be sent directly to tl Red Cross Division Supply Service I the nearest of the followng cities: Boston, New York. Fhiladelphi Washington. Atlanta. New Orlenn St. Louis, Cleveland, Chicago. Minn apolis, Denver, San Francisco, Sea tie. m Pecent Patients At Cook Hospitg Among the patients who have be< dismissed from Cook hospital with the past few days are Miss Edna Jom W. L. McCoy of Fairvicw, Mrs. Larenco F. Brothers, Frank Gasliili, He en Bryant, Miss Elizabeth Sayci Mrs. J. B. Lumens, Mrs. Frank Greg ry. Among those who have recent been received for medical or surgic treatment and who are now patien at tho hospital are MJss Estelle Ba of Fairvicw, Crawford Michael of Vi Lear, Ky., Harry Heintzelman, M: J. C. Fletcher, G. W. Gross of Gyps Mrs. Walter Garrison of Clevelan Ohio. Mrs. G. H. Jones, Miss Elsie Bi Miss Lenoro Williams of Colfax ai Mrs. James Thompson. BUNNERS RIDGE. Lilly Noel was calling on Vista Si tcriield one day last week. There was a largo crowd at Mt. N bo Sunday to attend the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Mont Dcvault were b iness callers at the latters paren Mrs. Shelby Kincaid one day la; week. Mrs. Ephriam Doolittle and Sa Hobert were calling on her daught Mrs. steel one night last week. Myrtle the little daughter ot M and Mrs. Moran is recovering wii a spell of mumps.! _ -FAIRMONT, THURSDAY r THE STAFF PHOTOG jT???? i J 0 I f \ t ! ** C D ;& - 1 < -V ' 11 >- " , 3 , ' 0 ? " ' ir 11 o * r . i ii- ^? ? ^ es I know that most folk uiiiik n>>' staff photographer's a most almighty i j" lucky dog, with naught to do In his ; eight-hour day but snap world series I o- contests play by play. He talks aloue I r- upon the playing sward, whence all! h- the multitude but ho is barred, er At national conventions he's on ' >o hand with bells on, and whene'er you | hear the band, no matter who may ! miss iue granu paraue, me siau pno- j L? tog is there, and he gets paid tor do | " ing work that all the rest of us would ; ln! think was fun: ain't he the lucicy lc cuss. ?- Earthquakes and races, fires, lynch- < e" lug bees, actresses' dressing rooms | a and clambake sprees?where'er ox ; ce cltement sets the worla agog, in tne j ?' first row you'll find the staff photog. j And out of all the snaps he ever shot I ilmon I OSGOOD'S OPENING ie 5a New Stock Makes Attrac-; it tive Show In Enlarged Store. . tig The D. M. Osgood store, a popular shop on Main street opened its doors ij this afternoon to the public for a forz. mal fall opening. A greatly increased a- floor space by the addition of the Hall store room next door and a doubly in'd creased stock added interest to tho event which was one of the most at>e tractive appointments. The two rooms, the new one and the one which the Osgood store has oc cupied for a numper of years, have ss been connected by a wld8 arch and " both rooms aro decorated in the snme le general color scheme. The new room ln is devoted exclusively to the millinery department while the old has been a' given over entirely to garments. The s' wood work is done entirely in buff Ivory against a background of white with black stripes, the entire effect being at once pretty and artistic. The Osgood company has gone to unlimited pains to make today's event a success. Invitations were Issued | a several days ago to friends and pa Irons and a general invitation to tin public was extended through the new s- i papers. Stylo books showing many ] m of the garments which are on sale were in presented to the visitors and the nicies odic orchestra of three pieces, piano, w- saxophono and violin rendered music :1- during the afternoon hours. s, The millinery department is special;o izing this year on Gage hats, the firm ly having the exclusive agency ln tills al city for this popular head gear, llowits ever, other representative Ifnes are rr also caried and a peep into the attracln tive department will invite a close rs- Inspection. Miss Katharyu Kincaid is >)' at the head of the sales department id- in the Millinery department and Miss sll Caroline Fleming will continue in the sd work room. In the garment department the Bitsh of and Smart Style garments take the precedence over other popular lines with a specialty on evening dresses of the famous Dean lino regarded as it- one of the best evening gown houses ln the country. Notable anions the 'e- suits, coats and afternoon garments are the dark shades while the higher us (priced gnrmcnts are almost invariably ts combined'With fur. A riot of-colors st however is the keynote of the' evening gowns. Among the shades notable m this season are the beetroot, a shade er of wine, beige, taupe. African brown and army tans. A military note is [r. marked In most of the garments dlsth played. Last night the shades of the display CHESTNU1 iN WMt/NWAT -3> "T ; se You Ooiub /m > IN KY Tftousta XJr 1 , POCWETS?? ^ ""~w -. rENING; SEPTEMBER 20,: RAPHER'S LAMENT ' . v. ' .. - . t' ~:~:A ! if- ' ' <- * ( T ; " ' ' - :* j .?> *. I i - : J . t -v-v -> . - . i-. v- v i 1 '' ' i ait: uiggext one's his job; now is it not? Yes, it is not! Rave on! I've heard that dope full oft before. It lakes the canteloupe. Of all sad jobs e'er sunt; by tongue or pen, the saddest theso of the brave camera men. 1 could spin yarns would make your cheek turn pale; I'm one of them who lived to tell the tale. bounding main? Who waits for hours . for sunshine through the rain? Wno j dodges baseballs, bullets, autos. nags'; i Who gets the story while the writer brags? Why. echo answers, 'tis the staff photog; the hapless wretch they call a lucky dog. You see me here reclining on my back, my feet my tripod, while I take a crack at what lookB through the lens just like a black but moving fly-1 speck sitting on a tack. I windows wore drawn at S o'clock presenting n most attractive sight. The millinery window showed shades of Callot green combined with coche de ruche a shade between a gold and a cinnamon. A splendid lighting effect has been secured for the establishment by the combination of clear and blue glass globes which give a splendid dpyllght offect. Fairview W. C. T. U. Closes Its Year Delegates were named to attend the annual convention of the West Virginit W. C. T. U. at a meeting recently held of tho Fairview organization asj follows: Mrs. G. L. Miller. Mrs. Alva Ilanes; alternates Mrs. Jessie Wilson and Mrs. Gladys Walls. The newly elected president of the organization Mrs. II. D. Eddy, was initiated into her duties at this meeting and a farewell was extended the totiring president Mrs. C. W. Toothman. In appreciation of the services of Miss Ulanche Taylor Piper who is leaving soon for Kansas where she will reside a pretty silver spoon bearing tho inscription W. C. T. U. was presented to her by the union. The annual reports were heard at this meeting. ~ How To Be Rid of Dangerous Dandruff Tho only possible way to permanently get rid u? dandruff?the sure hair destroyer?is to remove the causo. Shampooing merely cleanses tho scalp lor a few days, then the dandruff scales appear again as thick as ever. It was Dr. Sangerbund, the famous Purls specialist, who discovered that dandruff and falling hair are caused by a microbe. Then cume the discovery of the value of genuine Parisian sage (liquid form) to destroy the dandruff germ and promptly prevent the further loss of hair. Get from your druggist four ounces of Parisian sage, and rub a, small quantity well Into the scalp, you will be amazed at the result of even one'appllcation, for your hair and scalp will look and feel 100 per cent better. Only a few applications are needed to destroy the germ that causes dandruff to form, your scalp will immediately feel cool and comfortable and your hair appear soft, bright-looking and seem heavier than it really is. Since Dr. Sangerbund's discovery the American people are realizing that dandruff is as unnecessary as It Is dangerous, and that they can he quickly rid of It and save their hair by a few days' use of this simple. Inexpensive -and harmless treatment. He sure you get the genuine Parisian sage (Glroux's), for this is delicately perfumed, will not stain the hair and is guaranteed. Mountain City Drag Co. will supply you. r CHARLIE 19rf ^ THINGS W( I ?T 4s# (| 8:00 A. M. | Unusua K is wacav'S rmpp s 2a| UUilUVil M * SECTION OF W( fg^ THE NEW SUITS, COATS AN IW ABLE"?Another has set in appreciated?for there ? . ST Because of this great vario jS! Interestingly represented in C< ? tempt trill be made to the dlrec 85 WITH SUCH WIDE LATITUDE fff. suit a condition of unusual i Mr fact that a really becomir IK every 1 U TN Waists, Neckwear, Gloves, 5S ^ accessories?there Is a verj 45j tion will be appreciated fl CONCERNING THE M | Styles in Millinery Styles for Fall ai ^ and wearable. Another note-w of style restriction, which is rei ig wide variety of types. & WATCH CUR ADVER disi BIG BRIDGE RUN. Mrs. Sidney Merrlfleld was shopping at Barnstown Friday. Miss Stella Satterfleld of near Morgantown spent from Saturday night until Monday with her sister Mrs. Mason Hawkinberry of this place. Will Fetty was calling on his parent VT- WI_? T f ? ? - ~ uiiu 4141 a. juasiu reuy Sunday. Earnest Satterfleld wan calling on bis cousin Fred Merrifield Sunday last. MEURALGIA i >3 For quick results rub the Forehead (Q and Temples with frMfS\ ? Littl* body-CtiArt InTfijur Home" v/i yicK'S^poiiUB3jf CASE AFTER CASE Plenty More Like This In Fairmont, Scores of Fairmont people can tell you about Doan's Kidney Pills. Many a happy citizen makes a public state' ment of his experience. Here is a case of it. What better proof of merit can be bad than such endorsement? G. L. Mundell, 428 Adams St., Fairmont, says: "My kidneys were always weak and I had a dull ache across the small of my back. When I did any heavy lifting or any stooping, the trouble was worse. My kidneys did not act as they should. 1 got Doan's Kidney Pills from Crane's Drug Store, and they put my kidneys in good cond tlon." Price 60c at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy?get Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that Mr. Mundell had. Foster-Milburn Co., , Props., Buffalo, N. Y. j Set Teeth $8.00, Gi g EXAMINA' , i Gold Crowns 3 guaranteed 10 3 years $5.00. 5 Filling 50c and Teeth Cleaned |H 'i 75c. ? Teeth Extracted | 3 25c. | THE UNIOI ! 3 Office Over 5 and 10 Cent Store, N Do You Alv mm ICEC MARION PR P. S.?This is j * . . V m )MEN WEAR | lVariety I I THE FEATURE IN EVERY ? MEN'S APPAREL D DRESSHS ARE ALL "WEAR- Hi ?one that will bo Renerally it* aoseuce 01 ?..\1'K&MU AK YLES. ty?which is comprehensively and | JUETNEYS' assortments?no at- 8| tion of Detailed Stylo Description!, I : IN CHOICE there is bound to ra- S satisfaction, arising from the is model can be found for ndividual. Hosiery. Corsets and other dresi i r gratifying vnriety?Your Inspeo- Oj ANY NEW, CHARMING ? Millinery | : nd Winter are exceedingly simple S9 orthy feature is the absolute lack S5| suiting in the sale of an unusually 9 USING and WINDOW |g 'LAYS & w/Msmmsssm&P ' A T Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C AS TORIA I We j Repair \ Watches I So They Will KEEP Time The JfALLMARK Store ^ l_ 1 cascssKasaaes:KKSKaaaaaaaMKaecfflf aaranteed 10 Years. riONS FREE. ? u. If you want bet- g ter dcnistry at a ? reasonable price | consult , the Un- ? ^SoHKj^l ion Dentists. & ^Our methods 3 HF are the latest, 8 ?JSKr therefore. are ? Just a little bet- ft ter and ?p?r?- g j tioufl less pain- | 1 ^ DENTISTS 1 , lain St. Bell Phone 921-J. ? ~ I , ... ....... . . I.ar.- | rays Insist on J WK 11 REAM ODUC.TS CO. I ? ? ?? ? ?' ' -W W0 rour protection. ~~ i t ^ _ ow.m tocroftoffl | SMO \ MUST -zSfrfe UM6 A. LITTLE ^>vv CHMi6E!V.