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Fine and faithful re^
hats that Paris has prod;
delight to behold and a j
many instances cro
brims are very broad or
i Some ftf thp rrnums am .
front?Russian styles; s
as round and as full as p
Colored facings are sn
derful what a becoming c
duced close to the face.
There are many pretty
this season's collection, b
which makes it importar
prices are $3.50 to $10.00.
The New Ri
Are Sp
Warm and welcoming colors hai
and deep and satisfying. They an
and other dependable qualities that
tltul colorings for years and years
And the best of all is that their
i dlnary kind of rugs that are lireles
New Fall stocks are ready
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v A Busy Week.
A week full of social and patriotic
activities for Fairmont women will begin
tomorrow afternoon when the Wo
L<au 8 XlUDyiU&t tt3DUV.Jttl.UJU Ul WUIUI
many of the women of Fairmont are
members, will entertain at a tea at
Cook hospital honoring delegates and
m visitors here for the State Medical association.
The hours are from 3 until
5 o'clock.
On Wednesday afternoon an automobile
ride about the city, followed by a
dinner at the Country club is a festivity
planned for the women visitors here
for the Medical association and in the
m evening the Red Cross Benefit concert
at the Grand by Grace Cole, prima donna
soprano, will take precedence over
other activities. The women visitors
for the association will be entertained
at the concert as guests of the Marion
P County Medical society.
Thursday at noon many womeu will
be occupied with the dinner which will
be served to the men leaving to join
the National army at Petersburg. Va.
The dinner will be served at the Y. M.
C. A. and It is estimated "0 will be
served. On Thursday afternoon at
four o'clock a tea will be given by the
; local Red Cross chapter at the headquarters
in the Municipal building. The
guests will include visitors and delegates
to the Medical association, members
of the Red Cross and prospective
On Friday the first rieeting of .he
Woman's club for the official year will
be held, the event being known as the
Autumn reunion. The new club quarters
in the Masonic Temple will be
ready for occupancy and the event will
be a brilliant one.
Returned to Pittsburgh.
Mrs. William Moulds, who had been
the guest for several weeks of her
daughter, Mrs. W. J. Wiegel, on Betionl
avenue, left yesterday for her
home in Pittsburgh. She was accompanied
by Mrs. Wiegel and the latter'e
daughter. Miss Mary Moulds Hurst,
? end MIbs Betty Fownes, also of Pittsrj
burgh, who has been Miss Herat's guest
??$' for a week. The young ladies will resume
their studies at Winchester
t bchool.
Leave for Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. b. H. Wilcox. Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
I' Prickett and Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Frlckelt and children leave tomorrow
for Auburndale, Fla., where they will
spend the winter at their winter homes.
tl'bey will make the trip by automobile
and will spend several weeks on the
road fishing and hunting. They will
trke camping equipment with them
and if the weather is fine will spend
| the nights in camp. The party will go
| from here to Unlontown, Fa., and on
ever the National Pike to Washington.
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<^y ave
vely Hats Are
lery Room
(reductions of the best
iced this season?each a
oy to wear.
wns are higher and the A
narrow as you choose,
draped to a point in the
ome toques are shirred
nart, too, and it is won:olor
will do when intro1.
i -
and becoming styles in
Lit only one of each style
it to choose early. The iti?
(Second Floor) j
iigs for Fall
lendid wl
rk their new beauty?colors rich
0 the famous WHITTALL RUGS 01'!
wear long and retain their beau.
prices are no higher than the ors
In coloring.
(Third Floor)
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They will pass through Petersburg.
Va., en route south.
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Home from Trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Minor Dunham, who i
liave been on an automobile trip with
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ross, of Logan. W.
Va., have returned to their home here.
The party left here ten days ago ana
drove to Washington, D. C., and on '
down through the Shenendoah Valley
ol Virginia to the Hot Springs Valley
and to Huntington, W. Va. Mr. and
Mrs.JDunham came home by rail from .
Huntington and Mr. and Mrs. Ross
went on to their home at Logan, W. !
To Entertain Guild.
Miss Iva Hustead will be hostess ,
this evening at her home on Columbia ,
street to the World Wide Guild of the
Palatine Baptist church.
Leaving for School.
Miss Eleanor Peddicord and Miss:
Isabel McKinney leave Thursday for i
Bristow, Va., where they will resume
their studies at St. Edith s school. Miss
McKinney has recovered from an accident
of several weeks ago when she
was severely burned. Her sister. Miss
Gertrude McKinney. Miss Miriam Rock
and the latter's little brother. John
Rock, III., went to St. Edith's two
weeks ago.
The.marriage of Miss Isabel Beury
tc DeWitt Gallaher, both of Charleston,
was BOlemnized on Saturday afternoon
at half after four o'clock at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
ThomaB C. Beury. on Virginia street
In the Canital r.itv . The hriri* wa? at.
tended by her sister, Miss Louise
Beury as maid of honor, and the Misses
Gertrude and Alice Beury were her
maids. William Gallaher attended his
brother as best man. Miss Beury is a
member of a prominent southern West
Virginia family, her grandfather having
been one of the pioneer coal operators
of West Virginia. Mr. Gallaher
is a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gallaher,
of Charleston, and a nephew of
Walton Miller and Mrs. Nina Miller
Thum and a brother of !>Irs. W. D.
Stockley, all of Fairmont. Mr. and
Mrs. Stockley and Dr. H. H. Carr were
among the guests at the marriage
which was solemnized Quietly on account
of the recent death of the bride's
In Atlantic City.
Mr. C. Edwin Ward left last evening
for Atlantic City where ho will Join
his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert E. McCabe, for a short
visit.?Charleston Mail.
With Mrs. Dancer.
The Toting Married Women's club
I Autumn
New Corsets for
Fall Fashions
Smart appearance always seems to
an essential quality In a good solr,"
says an. officer writing ot the
nt in one of the latest war books,
"he same thing seems to be true of
men at home here?the more a
man amounts to the more she apsclates
the importance of giving
iugh thought?not too much?to her
iss and general get up. And her
sets are one of the most important
"he new Gossard, Nemo. American
iy and Madam Lyra corsets are
etully thought out and as finely
tie as ever. Models for slender,
rage and stout flgures. Price $1 to
(First Floor)
Warm Welcome
From the New
Plaid Blankets >
People like these plaid
mkets because they unite
actical service giving anal
ss with a daintiness and
iividuality that is quite
Blue and white, pink and
lite and other pleasing col;
in wool blankets, full size
to $20.
(Third Floor Annex)
NEW YORK. Sept. 2S.?How ar
your pearls? Is their luster as lus
rish as of yore?
Because if it's not. there's a lad
coming to these states who'll mak
them shine again.
She's Tortola de Valencia. Spanis
dancer of Moorish ancestry. Sh
once wore the historic pearls of Cat!
erine the Great, at command of th
czar of Russia. For the czar was
superstitious czar, and he took a
gospel truth the story that Tortol
was one of those gifted orientals whc
by wearing tarnished pearls, roul
return their lost luster from her v:
brant skin.
Whether the Russian royal heu
looms ever regained any luster, th
r?n Vol no nn'mr. jO#! r"
mhu.vu .tv vt im>o Mill. DHL JUIIUI
left Russia -without any attempts o
her life, so it's safe to say the cza
was satisfied.
In Spain her fame as an orients
dancer led Alfonso to command he
appearance at the Madrid court. A:
tor that she danced in all capitals o
Europe. She's said to trail a strin
of broken hearts as long as Gab
She's coming hither In October t
lance for Dillingham and Ziegfeld i
'Miss 1917."
f Tort oiT/x
will be entertained on Wednesday af
ernoon by Mrs. Earl Dancer at he
home on Maryland avenue.
Women's Auxiliary Meeting.
Members ot the Women's Auxiliar
of Christ Episcopal church wilj met
at the residence of Mrs. C. L. Shave
on Fairmont avenue on Tuesday afte
noon at 3 o'clock. A prompt attem
ance is desired.
Workers Meeting.
There will be a meeting of tli
Guild of the Central Christian churc
at the home of Mrs. Winnie Jacobs i
Fairmont avenue Tuesday evenin
All the lady workers of the churcht
are requested to be In attendance t
ther will be work for a Ik
i Needs W
New Autumn
Dress Fabrics
We have gathered and gathered, and
day after day tha finest and most
beautiful silks and wool dress goods
have been coming in. Now the collection
remarkably complete. Plenty
of the new Fall shades and exquisite
variations of blue, brown and other
wanted colors. Stripes, plaids and other
plain colored silks, crepe de chine.
Georgette, Satin and other silks, all of
sterling quality and moderately priced
Lustrous Broadcloths and French
Serges are here in all the newest of
shades. Now is the best time to make
selections while the stock is fullest.
(First Floor)
Victor Records
ror October
:ing Played Today in the
Victrola Room.
(Fourth Floor)
Most Women Like
Washable Kid 1
Pretty because they are so practical
and because their freshness is so easily
retained?if washed with good
soap and cold water. Washable kid
glove, battleship gray, ivory, tan, butternut.
pearl white and light gray with
embtoidered back seams, $2.00 a pair.
(First Floor)
Silk Stockings
A splendid collection of the newest
autumn shades in women's silk stockings
at $1.50 a pair.
Good quality silk stockings in black '
only, all sizes, $1.00 a pair. i
(First Floor)
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Ai?6ka'? Greateit Treasure. ?
Of aUthe treasures In Alaska, the b
' seals are probably among the"? most *
valuable. Unlike mineral wealth? they ?r
n need never run out, for, In conseS
quence.of their powers of reproduo v
!B tlon, they can yleld_under leasonable
is control n large and'continuous revenue j(
| for an indefinite futur.%, ix
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S Authent
ill Not W
The Collection <
Is At Its I
Scores and scores of bea
Winter weavinor cnitc nf oi
- WM1VW VA u i
ed with a mannish collar, b
in the back, to suits adorrn
By selecting your suit no'
a wide field of choice and a
$18 to $65.
Young Women!
Your New Dre
Trim little dresses of stur
of satin combined with ser]
pretty colors as brown, tau
either?$10 to $25?and in 1
[ 3 Beat
*jl Long, si
*i with low
y n ing each s
/V & These s
L \ \ pagne, bl;
\ gray. a
flj A \s. Low an
6 \. \ dress and
^***^^!ent quali
and dura!
Warm Lap Robes are
Ready. sm
The new stock of motor robes ?'
Is now ready with many color ot
combinations and in various rat
weights, Rome plaited, some plain bie
colors. Prices $4 to 512. Pa'
(Third Floor Annex)
Jlr. and Mrs. C. L. Clayton and sons
nd Albert Merrlfield motored to
lklns yesterday where they spent the
ay with relatives.
W. E. Neill, of Cairo, spent Sunday
ere with his mother, Mrs. J. R. Nefll,
a Chestnut street.
Mrs. Ward Goodwin and children,
aul and Pauline, of .McMechen, are
te guests of the former's mother. Mrs.
as. Wisman, on Maple avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Menear and chiiren
spent Sunday with relatives at
Mrs. Kate Chapman has returned
om Akron, Ohio, where she had spent
te last week.
Lawrence DeWitt, who was injured
cently while engaged at his work
ith the Owens Bottling Manufacturig
Co., has been dismissed from the
ospltal. DeWitt's hand was severe'
injured in the accident and for a
me it was thought he would lose it.
Mr. and Mrs. John Crumbaugh and
jn, John, went to Clarksburg today
here they will take up their residence, j
Mrs Ward Goodwin and twin chil l
ren. Paul and Pauline, are guests ot
te former's mother, Mrs. James Wis-]
lan on Maple avenue.
Mr. Joseph A. Weis writes Dr. Chas.
. Tyrrell of New York as follows:
"On the 15th of June, 1915, 1 pur- ,
based a 'J. B. L. Cascade." The rejits
it has produced are simply mar-j
elous. For 20 years I used Cathartics,
ut have used nothing but the Cascade;
>r almost a modtb. I feel like a new]
ian; I want to be pleasant to everyody.
Before I used Cascade I was a
rouch. Did not like anybody and could
ot be pleasant."
If you bathe internally with the "J.
I. L. Cascade" you will find yourself
Iways bright, confident and capable,
'otsonous waste in the lower intestine]
lakes us .bilious, blue, dull and nerous.
Internal baths are Nature's|
wn cure for constipation?just anti-j
eptic warm water properly applied.1
Irugs force nature?the "J. B. t,. Cas-1
ade" gently assists her.
It Is produced by Charles A. Tyrrell.i
[. D., of New York, who has specialted
on Internal Bathing lor 25 years,
nd will be shown and explained to you
y Fairmont Pharmacy Company who
rill also be glad to give you free on
"quest an Interesting booklet called
Why Man of Today is Only 50% Efcient"
which covers the subject in a
ery thorough way.
Clip this out as a reminder, and ask
ir the booklet the first time you are
I the neighborhood.
ic Styles H
'ait AmotBue
Df Women's Suit:
dullest Now
.ntiful new suits for Fall am
.1 types from the strictly tailor
ig pockets and inverted pleat
?d with silk braid or deep fu
w you have two advantagesfull
season of wear. Prices ar
(Second Floor)
! Young Women
isses Are Ready
dy serge, or attractive models
je, or all silk dresses in sue!
pe or purple. Not expensive
.4 to 20 year sizes.
id Floor)
ew Shoes
itifully Made
lim, smart correct shoes ?e0n
heels grow better look- '? t
hoes come in tan, cham- wi"
ack and several shades
lso many combinations.
d high heeled shoes,
I street shoes of exeelty
leather, well made it
)le, $7 to $12.
(First Floor) Nl
Boys' Suits Bat]
Die kind that will hold their nea
ipeliness because they are made
all-wool and with careful thought
wear In mind. There 1b a fine U?3
ige of colors in single and doubreasted
styles, some with two 0
irs ot pants $7 50 to $15.00 for mor
>s fi to IS years.
(Men's Store, First Floor)
MINK CREEK, Idaho?Archie Drum,
prospecting In the mountains, ran a
sliver from a lightning-blasted tree In
his hand. The surgeon who extracted
. "? S* I
it found Drum had unwittingly made
his fortune by running into a clump |
of bogusbogas trees, found only in
Peru, and the wood of which is used I
for spindles, or cores, on which spaghetti
is wound and left until dry.
Basle Cifr, Va.?"I was In bad
Shape with womanly trouble and was
all run-down and confined to bed. The
doctor was attending me three times
a day but 1 was getting worse. I heard
of 'Favorite Prescription' through a
friend who had been benefited by It1
I could hardly raise my hand and!
could not sit up in bed. I began tak- j
Ing the 'Prescription' and the first bot- j
tie gave me strength. I kept It up!
until six bottles were used. I was I
then able to do all my work. I doubt,
not that the use of It saved my life.
When X begin to run down now I take
a little and It, always helps me and
builds me np at once."?JIbs. J. W. I
Padgett, Commerce St.
If you are a sufferer, If your daughter,
mother, si6ter need help, get Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription in liquid ;
or tablet form at any medicine dealer's
today. Then address Doctor Pierce,
Invalids' Hotel, 663 Main St., Buffalo, :
r?. Y., and receive confidential advice j
that will not cost you a penny. To-day
is the day. A book on Woman's Diaeases
aleo sent free.
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets are the '
original little liver pills, first put up
nearly 50 years ago. They regulate j
and invigorate stomach, liver and howels.
Much Imitated but never equaled.
Sugar-coated and easy to take as
tandy. ^ Buy cow I Avoid a headache!;
and all who contemplate marriage should own .
this complete book of Life?The "Common Sense
Medical Adviser." by R. V. Pierce. M. D. It
enfolds the secrets of married happiness, so
often revealed too late. No book like it to bo
had at any price. 1008 pages?bound in cloth.
Sold formerly for $1.50. We can only mention
a few of the chapters here: The Mechanism
of Life. History of Marriage, Advice for Mother
and Babe, Nervous Troubles, Sex, Hygiene, Anatomy.
Physiology, Medicine, etc. ^ !
Special Offer: ?For a limited time we will
tend one copy for 3 dimes to pay cost of wrapping
and mailing, to any reaaw of this paper. .
Address 668 Main SU Buffalo. N, X*
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Children's Shoes |
Made ot Good J
any little feet will step briskly la
' shoes from the Hartley Shoe 8e?
because every pair of shoes her*
Illed with comfort, being given th*
Hal attention they deserve in re*
1 to shaping so that growing feet
not be cramped. Tan, black and
ihination colors?$1.50 to $4.00. jet
(First Floor)
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Gas Heaters
is high time to get them in plac*
j telling just when Jack Frost will
;e a visit. |
ew gas heaters haTe just come In.
y have top ornaments, feet, name
es and skirt guards of nlckle.
iroom size ? inch burner, $1.76.
ter with 11 inch burners, $2.76.
ters with 14 inch burners, $3 76.
tcrs with IS inch burners, $5.04.
titer grades of heavier steal and
e trimmings $2.50 to $12.00.
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The Misses Virginia Fleming and
Margeurite Barns spent the week-end
with friends in Morgantown.
Ruddy Cheeks?Sparkling Eye#
?Most Women Can Have
Says Dr. Edward* a Well-Knowa
; Ohio Physician
Dr. F. M. Edwards for 17 year* treated 1
Bcores of women for liver and bowel --is
ailments. During these years he gave to $
his patients a prescription made of a few
well-known vegetable ingredients nixed Ti|
with olive oil, naming them Dr. Edward*
Olive Tablets. You will know then by
their olive color.
These tablets are wonder-workettoolhe
liver and bowels, which cause a norma]
action, carrying off the waste and poisooous
matter in one's system.
If you have a pale face, sallow look,duO J
eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headache* a
listless, no-good feeling, all out of sort*
inactive bowel* you take one of Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly for a tims
and note the pleasing result*
Thousands of women as well aa men
take Dr. Edwards'Olive Tablets?the successful
substitute for calomel?new and
then just to keep in the pink of conditioo,
10c and 25c per box.. All druggist*
11 ii 1
Scott's J
Bracelet M
Watches look j
well and keep J
good time 1
The H ALLMARK ^Store j

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