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Ej; Waste Not!
Want Nc A good slogan at all times, bn now It has a deeper appeal. In K times when clothing is 8 dire nc cer sin parts of the world our tiio ?????? naturally turn to economy. - Waste is bad, but an indiscrin economy 1h w.> ? The woman who sews at home tices real economy when she use Call patterns for they make square in eh ot material count. V ~ ' You may buy as usual, and b the best material that you can a but still save without sacrificing ^Kv;~ by using proper patterns. McCal terns eliminate waste because are fundamentally correct. Tt them Is merely a matter of reu your resources. Get a FREE fa | 4 sheet this very day. (Pattern Dept.. Main St. Ent Main Floor) For Young Women Thinking of Autumn Frocks We Have? I All wool serges In deep blue, black or dark colors thai are in request. Smart frocka are they, some braided, some satin trimmed?bat all "up to Bnuff" as to fashion. Sizes 6$6.98 to $17.50 SEEING THE COUNTRY W/- ________ iTHE INSIDE AND THE OUTSIDE C VATION AND PULLMAN CAR. By FREDERICK M. KIRBY. 1 NEW YORK, Sept. 22?1 have found s a workingman ind his wife who have ' solved the high cost of living. They are Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Robins % of the United States of America. The increase in house rent doesn't i bother the Robinses?they don't pay j No gas company or electric light cor- t poration collects a nickel from Mr. and i Mrs. Robins?they don't use that kind i of light. i The price of coal does not enter into j c the family budget of the ltohins family \ ?they use no coal. Robins and his wife never pay a i railroad bill. They spend their sum- t mers in the mountains and their win- 1 ters in the southland, but no resort ( t proprietor ever collects a cent of i board from them. t They buy their food cheaper thau [ anyDody else in the United States? J direct from the farmers themselves, i They never use an egg that isn't fresh. \ They never have to kick because the radiator in the ilat is cold. They , never have to cuss the janitor to get ' hot water when they want It. t K?.V, It It wasn't for the Standard Oil ] Company and the rubber barons, Mr. . and Mrs. Hobins wouldn't have a sin- j gle thing in the world to worry about. 1 found them in their home "The J Adventurer," at the foot of East lltith h',H street and East River, where they have been located for a few days. "The . Adventurer" is not a yacht; it is an , R automobile. "I suppose," said Robins when 1 asked him about his system for beating the bigh cost of living, "there have 1 EX-' been few people who have lived longer 1 or more comfortably on wheels than 1 we have. I '"We started out in May, HUG from San Francisco and we have been on the road continuously ever since. ' "Why? Well, we both like to travel, 1 u v. and we both like all tne comforts ol home. So wo decided the fact that I' we.were poor shnul.lnt Mop us from ' B traveling and at the .-am" time living I gl ? ootortable. I t "I rigged up the ' Adventurer,"? t K Ww '/r'v-- - / f : Autumn Brirr praea Mc- ^ every Sometimes they turn up ostrich flues; sometimes w the crown. Some of the sr uy of I'anne velvet has had a k ilford, tor's plush Colors are t! style ru?1 ~ The Hats a You'll Find 3 I,zinj Here at shion > ri Navy or ranee %5QY2Q 8erSe skirt: _ _ , wide belt si Sw-irf C down; all s ia Thir(1 Fioor rw^EREFDR I n-jrp W ^frS?SY*p faVrmop ON NOTHING A WEEK j ' )F THE ROBINS FAMILY'S OBSEU eally a home on wheels. When we darted out. it was not with any paricular idea, hut merely to see the ouutry. We decided this was the test, cheapest and most comfortable ray. "We have stopped wherever we felt nclined. On the whole, however, we lave followed roughly the Old Nationil Trail as far as Chicago and then he Lincoln Highway to New York. We ; lou t know exactly where we are go- ' ng from here, but we are thinking of 1 mining up to New Haven. When the :old weather comes we shall go some- 1 vhere into the south. 1 stepped inside the Robins home. It vas originally a Ford touring car with . ruck attachement, and it is geared to 15 miles an hour. Robins has taken . iff the original body and substituted a iomewhat larger one. The whole car ! low weighs about 5000 pounds. The interior has been covered with . .vail board and is as warm and com- ] ortable as any house. It is fitted up vith every "modern convenience." The driving seat can be made into , i bed; a water tank provides running \ eater; there is a tiny kitchenette; , :bere are gas and electric lights; a ] ong case of books; a writing table" , ind oven a small Dlionoeranh with nany records. A folding table and folding chairs , vhich can be stowed away when not teeded, complete the appointments of his model tenement. The linal home louch is given by a few plants which Mrs. Robins insists are necessary to ike the car a real "home." Robins has earned practically all the expense money for the trip so far by tilling small printing orders?mostly or cards?on the small but complete I minting outfit he carries with him. The third member of the family is j 'Monk," an English bullpup, just as tntUusiastic about the trip as are his nasters. 4 Mrs. Ida Price and son, Lester Price, it' Pittsburgh, were in Fairmont yeserilay. While here they visited Mrs. It. F. Parker, of Colcmau avenue. The rip wc3 made by motor. ... ....v u... J.--.-... ... . Hats Turn 1 and Refus< Dommonpla all around, softening their sharp lines hen a brim turns up only on one 'Side 1 nartest brims are irregular shape, turn lowing rennelssancc and many a brim te soft, becoming ones that form such '2V10 , Sd?o ^pZ.DU jmopfgrg ISilP 10 ID 10 MB Business Men's Bible Class Remembers lis Members Serving Country. W iruig greetings to the members that arc ill the various branches o! military and naval service of the I'nited States government was the unique stunt, which the Men's Bible lass of the Presbyterian church, of which Commissioner Ira L. Smith is teacher, i>u!!e<l on Sunday, 'l'lie motion to do so favorably entertained at the regular session on Sunday morning and the secretaiy, D. A. Kitchie, dispatched a Night Letter. Some of he boys are at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va, while others are at Fort Benjamin Harrison, near Indianapolis, Ind., ind at least one is "somewhere at an \merican port," being connected with the navy. The committee in charge announced in Sunday morning that the new room In the church would be occupied for the lirst by the class on October 7. Tho room Is close to the gallery of the main auditorium. A committee composed of D. A. Ritchie, chairman, J. C. Welton and S. M. Eckels was appointed to ar ange for a benclit for the class, which will probably be a lecture by some celebrity or some other feature of educational merit. PYTHIAN SISTERS' DISTRICT MEETING One of the notables who will attccil >he convention of District 2, Pythian Sisters, at Hivesvillo, Paw Paw district, on Thursday, will be Hon. Samuel U. Montgomery, of Charleston. Three sessions will bo held. The convention will open at 1(1:30 o'clock and the alltruoon session will be called to order it 2 o'clock. The evening session will lie called to order at 7:30 o'clock. The first degree will be exemplified ay the members of Mountain City Temple, No. 5, of Fairmont. At thts time Mrs. Crace O. Montgomery, of Charlesion, the grand chief, will be in attendmce. The convention will be presided >ver by Miss Millie Evans, of Fairmont. Twenty-two temples will be represented at the convention including those located at these places: Maniilngton, Fairmont, Monongah, Rowlesburg, Clarksburg, Terra Alta, Morgan :o\vn, Klngwood, Kpterprise, Shlnnston, Grafton, Wortlitngton, Salem, Barrackvllle,' Ncwburg, Watson, Johnstown, Rlvcsville, Fairview and Tunnelton. "They^touckthe PO^TO^K i am. i - FAIRMONT, MONDAY EVE! Remarkable ? 5 Uncommonly Good School Sweaters \ $1.50 and $1.97 | Bright red, wine and oxford gray 3 ? shades; sizes 24 to 22; these sweat- p, ers for boys and girls come in belted or close fitting coat models with ^ deep roll shawl collars. Yes, pockets ? ; 2 too! Some are constructed from se- ^ lected and combed cotton yarns while others have a wool finish which adds much to their warmth. ! V (Main Floor) ' PRISONERS HIVE i FRGM IlIM \ Eighteen Brought Here By i'< Deputy United States p Marshal Moore. j,, M Hooked ou to the B. <c O. train to w Fairmont last evening was a coach _ containing prisoners who were sen-1 ~ tenced in Martinsburg last week when j the session of Federal court was held, j They were in charge of Deputy United States Marshal John D. Moore, of Morgantown, and six guards. The prisoners were as follows: In charge of Deputy Marshal .Moore and sentenced to the Fairmont jail. Velma Worthington, Arthur Rhodes, William Murry, Wade Ordway, Matrona Pat- _ terson, Joe Ralnich, John Merlavlch, ~ Walter Ralnich, Joe Kempson, Antonio Cash, B. S. Swiger, William Childs, Thomas Webster, Clarence Barthollow, Thomas Lanham, Wyatt Coleman, Minnie Wells and James Myers. in charge of Deputy Marshal G. P. Cook and sentenced to Wood county Jail at Parkersburg; Thomas Wilson, Nick Steed, Fred Wilson, J. B. Fought, Thomas Greer. In charge of Deputy Marshal Cook, and sentenced to Harrison county Jail at Clarksburg: Howard Pope, Cy Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepackage proves it 25c at all druggists. mfffitman vsiiL.i.1 hill i inn SAYS WRITE ME FOR THE FACTS John Flaherty Tells How Nerv-Worth "Put Me on My Feet." The high value of this recently given signed endorsement strklngly appears in its closing words: "Anyone wanting me to verify thiB statement. I will cherrfully do it by letter or in person." Now read the entire remarkable array of facts: "I want to tell everybody about the good Nerv-Worth did me. I had a severe attack of the grippe, which leu uie in a nervous anu weaKeneu condition. I was so nervous I could not sleep and get any rest. I was unable to work and was in bad shape. All run down. Had no apetlte. Stomach in bad condition. 1 purchased a bottle of Nerv-Worth and before I had taken one-half of it, the nervousness left me and I could sleep soundly and get rest. 1 regained my vigor and today am in excellent health. I am employed in the \Vhitaker Glessner Co's sheet mill and never miss a day now. Nerv-Worth certainly put me on my feet. Anyone wanting me to verify this statement, I will cheerfully do it, by letter or in person. "JOHN FLAHERTY," 146 14th St., Wheeling. W. Va. Crane's drug store in Fairmont sells Nerv-Worth. Your dollar back It this ramous family tonic docs not help YOU. i Ud Their s to Be ! ice A with burnt plumage or loops o! t does it so well that it half covers % ing up at a different angle on each < and crown shines with it or hat ^ a perfect complement to winter's (Third Floor) ; jl no Are I Certainly id Eunace Phillips. In charge of Deputy Marshal John liort of Wheeling, and sent to Ohio runty jail in Wheeling: John Mo lido and Heed Do Crow. At Grafton Deputy Marshal Cook nd his guards took his prisoners on > Clarksburg and rarkersburg. Deuty Marshal Moore and his guards iok the prisoners consigned to Fairont off the train here, while Deputy [arshal Stot continued to Wheeling ith his two prisoners. COLDS Head or chest?arebest ^ treated "externally" /EW/nV Little Bo<ly-Gu?rd trOfoiir Horne* ViCR'S VAPORUBS pithi :: i: a uiiUdSUDUU-tiiMiUKiiUSU | SVtjle Su| Announct s ?? 1 The Joseph Home Co. wi Supreme Exhibit of Fa Fashions, at | Fairmont I 1 Monday, Tuesday am | September 24tk, 21 3 i in oharcre of Mrs. Mary 1 staff of Fashion rej g The exhibit will include , showing i 5 _. M ?. street, Hitern | Evening Dresses, and Blouses And Other Women'i A^parJ | of a distinctive character, ^ be accepted and no < | I JOSEI Lm*mmmmmmmmmmm KING, SEPTEMBER 24,1! \ Opens at I 8:00 A. M. i | THE | ATTRAC1 Is Creating Unbounded 1 & This Community?And ( 8 come in view of their DS S and it holds good for you \ ly responsible for this p I THE EXTRAORDINAF 8 this season at Courtney's IS EST A | e CI TITP 3U1 1 d I) New stylish suits in the newest fabrics, and |g the wanted colors, all ^ received last week. Prices % 818.50 819.75 821.75 % 823.75 826.75 $29.75 g $33.75 $38.75 $43.75 S Millinery in it ? that is a broad assertion ^ in high prices either?bu g UP. s g OA ft TO Stylish New 5 lUfllo !gjdc or tht \\ lont. Jack Lauiler, Joe Fernandez, (lu-jr,) !V?M,c Hill Untfh T W /Viae 917. . THINGS WOMEN WEAR? , DAILY ARRIV of More and More TVE FALL I nlorocf or* kllVVl VOV UIIU AJIIlllUOIOOIll Ul! Ill iuite Right, too:?for the style 1TINCT SIMPLICITY. WEA and your neighbor alike. It is ublic interest?Lhe Change is LY VOLUME of "THINGS FC iBLISHED BEYOND I DRESSES Pretty serge dresses in navy, brown, green, plum, black, taupe, etc. Prices $10.75 up to $31.75. Stylish Satin Dresses in all the wanted colors at $11.75, $14.75 up to $44.75. s Highest Conception But we have every confidenc t in ALL PRICE RANGES fr i waaaiitaJ lnnt wuaco lctcivcu iciau ortiui ucl)'. ; newest fabric cut in the newe 'mmmmmtSGsm DEATH OF AN INFANT. William Walker Miller, colored, agpa 4 mouths, son of Benjamin Miller, of the East side, died yesterday at Coo* hospital where ho had been a patient for a day. liis funeral will take place today at 4 o'clock with interment In the Colored cemetery. I SAVE THIS: AMERICAN FL NUMBER Present three of these coupons c of The West Virginian with ssc cash with sewed stripes, guaranteed fast c Realizing the need of every family in 1 Flag to display on patriotic holidays, w number ot our readers at ridiculously si price ol (lags has almost doubled in the to clip 3 ot the above coupons consecul The West Virginian office with 38 centi cents extna tor mailing if not called tor. HBMIJBIIItMJ IHWIWHBIIIWWIWWI III i V. I Iff IW jreme riL smenV /%m It present a Style ill and Winter /% Hotel <Qyg 1 Wednesday, VBIiiiM' jttt and 26tk ?. Bromley, and a SjjjjlHf >resentatives. a comprehensive 7 oon and p Coato, Suits i and Misses* at exceedingly attractive and modi triplications will be sold, assuring j exclusiveness in dread, Tour presence is earnestly requester ?H HORIn PITTSBURGH L ;?Vv'v X':,. * ' " * Closes at 1 5:00 P. M. 1 ALS | apparel! * e Part of the Woman of fm ;s this fall are doubly wel- jK RABLE is the WORD- g 3 the fact that it is main- S8 appreciated. Then too. ?3 ' >R WOMEN" to be found M DISPUTE | FURS I Every piece new this Kg season. Muffs and scarfs S sold separate or in sets. S ^ Conev, Opossum, China S " Wolf, Red Fox, Black | Fox, Taupe Fox, Natur- m al Martin, Lynx, Kalin- 5M sky Hudson Seal, Scotch 0 Mole, Mink, Etc-, $4.50 a on up to $75.00. S s?We Know e of making it good?not om LOWEST PRICE on S Many are fur trimmed & st style. Priced $25 to OS Truthful Girl. He?"Nothing could over come between us. could It. denr?" She?"I enn't think of n single thing, unlcM I should happen to become engaged to some other mnn before we get married." J 5 COUPON AG COUPON 137 onsecutlvoly numbered at the office i and get a beautiful Flag 4xt feet, olors. falrmont and vicinity for an American e nave arranged to supply a limited nail cost In spite of the flact that the i last few weeks. All you need do la Lively numbered and present them etf i In cash and the tlag la yours. Ten r iwiwH^i^Tiinwh>mmiwiwiwj 5 erate prices. Orders will purchasers the utmost [ECO, J f . m 121 -V