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1ST HURRY WORK
1 ON COM KIT!
ned Cross in Need of Fund
or Suitable Articles to
Go Into Them.
|
Comfort Kits for the soldier boy
\ At the Croat take an Important place 1
the Red Crosi needs with the approac:
of the holiday season. In order tha
these kits, which are Intended a
Christmas gifts to the soldier boyi
may reach them by Christmas da;
tbey must be sent to headquarters b;
f November 15 so that immediate worl
ot preparation must be begun at om?
Several weeks ago banks wer<
placed In various public places In th<
; ? city Cor the .collection of Cunds am
I .. these funds will be collected tumor
row. Additional fonds are also solicit
ed and those who prefer contributim
articles to be placed In the kits wll
refer to the list which follows;
Miss Blake Watson is bead of tin
Comlort kit movement and lias a nam
ber of workers who will hegin worl
as scon aB the funis arc available
The list is; Soap, small comb, lootl
powder or paste. Iiam'kerrhlots. !ea<
, pencil, writing pad, envelope?, po-d
cards, steelbacke 1 Mlrru', shavlni
soap, foot powder, ..roucon pouch am
pipe, match box. wash cloth, cinu!
, towels, chewing gum. chocolate In tin
V foil, compressei tea and mill; tablets
1 compressed plasters, knife, n.iil file
II scissors, shoe laeos tlt'iak' color) am
| tape, khaki and white
[J Arrested Colored
I Slacker Yesterday
Fearing that James Rogan, negrr
would run away from Carolina Mines
because be wa ad rafted. Deputy Sbei
iff Realty, of Mnnnlngtnn, nrreste
bis man on Monday afternoon betor
he decamped. Willie Murry. colored
of Montana Mines, is the only othe
war prisoner in the Jail at the pros
ent time.
it is presumed that both men wil
later be turned over to the examine
tlon board at Munnjngton it tbi
eourso meets the approval of the Wa
department.
I PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Max Moore and daugli
I\ ter of this city for the last two year
\ residents of Marietta, Ohio have re
J turned here to reside
Mr. and Mrs. L,. D McFarland o
Point Marion, Pa., were recent guest
of Mr. and Mrs. A Al. Michael o
Green street.
Miss Irene Rallies has returned ti
Wnrmnfftn'n tr* ran., ,, 1 -
-- ' ?.V? ivouuir UCI amnii-a a
the W. V. U. after spending Hie weel
end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. .1
Walter Games on Cleveland avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Nuzum have re
turned from Chicago where I hey ha
spent several days.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Clerr
ens at their home on Water street
son. He has been named ClilTori
Clemens.
Shirley Mayers who recently wen
to Detroit to accept a clerical positioi
has taken a position on the staff o
the Detroit Press.
B. F. Blackford of Parkersburg wa
in the city for the week end the gues
of his daughter Mrs. Edwin Watsor
Jr., on Fairmont avenue. Mrs. Black
ford had been here lor several dnys a
her daughter's home.
Mis Katherin Russell of Morgantowi
spent the day in this city with he
sister Miss Annie Russell who is spent
ing a couple of weeks here havini
come here from Xew York where sh<
is located, several days ago
"Sweetheart, You Look
Ten Years Younger"
Complexion Blemishes Banished.
No Sign of Wrinkles.
How She Did It.
1 , - u UI~L|?Ll~
Only a woman who has watched hei
complexion change from wrinkled
coarse, sallow ugliness to clear, soft
youthful beauty cm realiz the feellnj
' of joy that came oyer me when firs
1 saw that my own careworn, aged-look
lng skin was actaully regaining Its girl
tsh freshness. Yet prior to this then
was scarcely a preparation, includini
treatment at the highest prices, whicl
1 had not tried, only to make my faci
look worse. Finally a French lad;
gave me a beauty recipe which she hai
obtained from a doctor in Paris, whi
told her the reason most things failec
was because they lacked the power ti
get down into the skin and renew th
youthful activity of the tissues. 1
was only a short time after that m:
husband exclaimed. "Sweetheart, yoi
look ten years younger! That Frencl
beauty recipe is a marvel." I am cei
tain that most $.ny woman can success
fully use the same plan, so I gladly rc
peat it here for :he benefit of others
Merely wash your face with cleai
warm water and rub in a teaspoonfu
of roseated cream (for this purpose
use Creme Tokalon Roseated), wip
the face and apply Poudre Petallas?
very fine complexion powder preparei
uo|Jcsi;(aiij nuiiiT iiuavo tsuu uau IUU
U plexions. If your face is badly writ
kled, get a box of Japanese Ice Pencil
to use in connection with the roseate
cream. I have seen many a wrlnklec
W hollow-cheeked, fi'led-looklng woma
banish every sign of wrinkles and con
plexion blemishes and marvelously it
W creise her beauty, through this simpl
k and inexpensive recipe.
B The manufacturers of the genuln
roseated cream?Crcme Tokalon Roi<
ated?guarantee that Its use will bar
ish complexion blemishes and mak
any woman look years younger and fa
more beautiful in three days' time o
V will refund the price paid. Whe
A shown the above, the following loca
merchants stated that despite the wai
t\ey could supply Cremo Tokalo
Roseated and the other French create
producta mentioned. The South Sid
Pharmacy*
1
I LOCAL SOC
1 iT =
| Party for a Convalescent.
' An enjoyable party waa given at the
home of Mr. and Mra. John Whlnnle of
Farmlngton In honor of Mrs. Lewis
c Tennant who has Just returned from
Cook hospital where she underwent
an operation. GueatB were as follows:
Misses Martha Whlnnie, Margaret
Whlnnie, Julia Capet, Theresa Merley,
Rose Quenon, Nancy Fenton, Florence
Border. Katharine Ready, Leila Bura
gess, Mrs. Lewis Tennant and mother.
q Messrs. Lewis Tennant, Edward Ready
Edgar Kirk, Willie Beauglasa, Birch
Hamilton, Walter Border, ThomaB
t Whlnnie, Homer Fluharty, U. S. Maa
rine, Cecil Shultz, Ace Dudley, Lester
, Dudley, John Cauet. Frank Kollch,
Mike Rapcitch, George McDonald.
y Marvin Martin, Walter Hess, Laws'
rence Haggerty, Brlce Warren and
k Paul Smith
?
p Addressed Department.
p Prof. Walter Barnes of the Normal
1 School faculty yesterday addressed the
. Initial meeting of the Art and Llterature
department of the Woman's club
; at a meeting In the club apartments
I in the Masonic Temple. His subject
was "Literature and Life," and is the
? first of a series which he will deliver
during the year. Mrs. O. G. Wilson Is
t) chairman of the Department which
, | began its years work yesterday with
great enthusiasm.
With Mrs. Moran.
i The Young Married Woman's Club
') will be entertained Wednesday afterj'
noon at the home of Mrs. Marcus Mor1
an on Maryland avenue. The members
' | will sew for the Red Cross,
i, ? ?
Guest In City.
' Mrs. Leigh Watson, formerly Miss
I Dora Watson, of this city, is here from
her home in Chlago on a week's visit
to her brother, W. E. Watson, Jr.. in
this city and to her grandfather, W. E.
U'nH-nn Cr a n Kia ,lni.r,l.tni.
J HoHf Watson, at Smithtown. Mrs. Watson
has been the guest of relatives in
Ashtabula. O.. en route here.
' .
Special Meeting Tonight.
A special meeting of the officers of
p the Order ol the Ec stern Star will be
held tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Ma?
sonic Temple. All officers are expected
to be present. The regular monthly
meeting of the onler will be held on
I Thursday evening of this week at 7:30
o'clock at the Temple. Degrees work
s will lie a feature of the meeting at
J. which all members a re expected. A
social hour will follow the business
session.
? *
j W, C. T. U. Tonight.
I The tegular monthly meeting of the
I W. ('. T. U. will be held tonight at
' the Library, parlors at 7:30 o'clock.
m * * m
s: Choral Society Postponed.
On account of the Normal lecture
i course number tonight the meeting of
if! the Fairmont f'horal society announced
aI for tonight has hern postponed until !
fl further notice.
oj Married Here.
i Lnaries Harris, o; hJKina, and miss
< Ruth C'rumbriclge, of Clarksburg, were
1 united in marriage in this city yesterday.
Rev ('. K. Goodwin of the First
- M. E. church officiating. They will re'1
side hrre.
# * ? 1
1 Red Cross Board Meeting.
ij There will bo a called meeting of
" i the Executive Board of the Iter! j
I Cross tomorrow afternoon at li o'clock
Mat Red Cross Headquarters.
!) ' * *
'I To Celebrate Golden Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Thomas well
s known resident of the East Side will
1 celebrate their golden wedding annii,
I
! For Itching Torture
ii^ "
1 There is one remedy that seldom fails
01 to stop itching torture and relieve skin
f irritation and that makes the skin soft,
clear and healthy. ^
Any druggist can~"supply you with
zemo, which generally overcomes all
skin diseases. Acne, eczema, itch, pimples,
rashes, blackheads, in most cases
give way to zemo. , Frequently, minor
blemishes disappear overnight Itching
usually stops instantly. Zemo is a safe,
antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use and
dependable. It costs only 35c; an extra
large bottle, $1.00. It will not stain, is
not greasy or sticky and is positively
safe for tender, sensitive skins. ? r
r The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland. O
! Icfei
j I musflea
1 I neglect th
I I How Women are Restored t
i- I Spartanburg, 8.O.?"For nine y
tend from backache, weakness, a
larltieseo I could hardly do my
tried many remedies but found
cent relief. After taking |LydU
1 H bam'i Vegetable Compound 1 fe
i M change for the better and am hot
e M strong so I bare no trouble ludolni
a ' 1 l*ope erery user of Lydla E. ]
Vegetable Compound will getas i
II as I did from its use."?Mrs. S. D
i- 122 Dewey Aye., Spartanburg, S.
f I Chicago, HI.?"For about two 3
I fered from a female trouble so 1 <
d I B to walk or do any of my own wo:
I, H 'about Lydla E. Finltham's Vege
n | pound in the nowspnpers and det
I try it. It brought almost immed
hly weakness baa entirely dlsappi
herer had better health. I weigh
e 'and am as strong as a man. 1 th
[ 'is wsll spent which purchases Lye
e . hsm's Vegetable Compound."
O'BKtAH, 1758 Newport Are., C
' I yOU CAN RELY*WPC
I EfDL
| IVEGET,
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PHB WEST VIRGINIAN?F
IAL EVENTS ]
verysary tomorrow at their home at
307 Ferry Btreet. While no formal celebration
will be held, their friends are
Invited to be their guests during the
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas have
been lifelong residents of the city. Mrs.
Thomas was before her marriage Miss
Mary Wilson.
f?i?l WIS i
in AUTJjSCH
Took Grafton Man's Car on
a Long Joy Ride and
Were Arrested.
rr.APTCSRrRn rvt i*?xr<ii<am i
Miller, ot Fairmont, who, with four
"other youths arrested in Warsaw, Indiana,
charged with stealing the seven-passenger
touring car owned by
Dr. E. E. Bucklew, ot Grafton, was
being brought to this city by Officer
I Jules Brasseur, made his getaway at
Parkersburg yesterday. The train on
which the officer was bring back Ill's
prisoners stopped in that city to
change crews and the prisoners, after
the long ride, evinced a desire to pa-,
the time in a nearby restaurant.
In the restaurant the officer loosened
the handcuffs sufficiently so the
men could eat. Before they had completed
the lunch the train was ready
to depart and Brasseur hurried his
men toward the train without having
time to tighten the bracelets. It was
while boarding the train that Miller
suddenly slipped the irons from his
wrists and headed up the street at a
40-mile an hour rate of speed The
train started and the officer had no
time to take after Miller.
He telegraphed the chief of police
at Parkersburg at the next stop and
brought the other four prisoners to
I Clarksburg and lodged them in the
county jail. The others are Walter
Willey. of Fairmont: August Miller,
Paul Coffee and Lawrence Bowler, of
Clarksburg.
The youths, all of whom are under
21 years ot age. were arrested in i
Warsaw suspected of having stolen j
PNEUMONIA ^
First call a physician.
Then begin hot
|A applications of? I :^>\
TT ? Little Bodv-Gu-vd in Your Hone "* 'Vip*
VlCKS VAPORU B2?
Real Hair Grower
Shows Results In Few Days or Noth- '
ing to Pay.
Here's good news for men and wo-'
men whose hair is falling out. who are !
growing bald, and whose scalps are
covered with dandruff that nothing
they have tried would keep away, and
whose heads itch like mad. Any druggist
can now supply you with Parisian
sage (liquid form)', which has been
acknowledged one of the best things to
quickly stop loss ol hair and promote
a new growth, entirely banish every
trace ol dandruff and Itching scalp?
yet perfectly harmless, inexpensive
and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Thousands
can testify to the excellent results
from its use; some who feared baldness
! now have abundant hair, while others
who suffered for years with dandruff
and itching head got a clean, cool scalp
after just a few days' use of this simple
treatment.
No matter whether bothered with
falling hair, gray hair, stringy liulr,
dandruff, itching scalp or any form of
hair trouble, try Parisian sage tonight.
Unly a few messages are usually needed
and very soon you should be able to
see the new hair coming in. The very
first application will make your hair
and scalp look and feel 100 per cent,
better.
Be sure you get the genuine Parisian
sage (Giroux's). as this is not sticky,
delicately perfumed and will not streak
or color the hair. Mountain City Drug
Co. will supply you.
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AIBMONT, TUESDAY EV3
the ear they were driving and the local
police were notified. Dr. Bocklew
went to Warsaw and Identified
the car as his machine which was
stolen on September 17. Dr. Bocklew
la driving the machine back to Grafton
from Indiana.
Patrons' Meeting
Wpll Affand
I un uuuvilUUU
The patrons' meeting held last craning
at the Butcher school was well attended
by the parents and friends of
the school. During the first part of
the evening the visitors were shown
some of the work of the pupils of the
school and the teachers outlined the
course of study as carried on ond asked
for suggestions from the patrons as
to Improvements in the work. Following
this an informal reception was held
and light refreshments were served.
The affair was in charge of Principal
W. E. Buckey.
SYRUP OF FIGS
FOR CROSS, SICK
FEVERISH CHILD
! IF LITTLE STOMACH IS SOUR.
LIVER TORPID OR BOWELS
CLOGGED.
Mothers can rest easy after giving
'California Syrup of figs," because
in a few hours all the clogged-up
waste, sour bile and fermenting food
gently moves out of the bowels, and
you have a well, playful child again
Children simply will not take the
time from play to empty their bowels,
and they become tightly packed, liter
gets sluggish and stomach disor
tiered.
When cross, feverish, restless, sec
if tongue is coated, then give this
i ., , -.i? /-it-iu ?
Iicm.iwua ii uiL lu.'.tiutt. LUliurcil
love it, and it can not cause injury
N'o difference what ails your little
one?if full of cold, or a sore throat,
diarrhoea, stomach-ache, bad breath,
remember, a gentle "inside cleansing"
should always be the first treament
given. Full directions for babies
children of all ages and grown-ups ar.
printed on each bottle.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs," then
look carefully and see that it is made
by the "'California Fig Syrup Company"
Wo make no smaller size
Hand back with contempt any other
fig syrup
9 A
v Make Your Own Cough %
g Syrup and Save Money |
5 !
?_> Hotter thfin the rendr-mndo kind. ? J
<> J-'ablly prepared ut homo.
Tim finest cougli syrup that money
can buy, costing only about one-fifth rt
much as ready-made preparations, can
easily ho. made up at homo. The way it
take* hold and conquers distressing
coML'hs, throat and chest colds will
really make you. enthusiastic about it.
Any druggist can supply you will.
21j ounces of Pinex '(UO cents worth).
}' ur this into a pint bottle and fill
the bottle with plain granulated sugar
syrup. Shako thoroughly and it i
jvady f??r u- e. riho total cost is about
(>."> i nls and gives you n full pint?a
family supply ?of a most effectual,
pleasant lusting remedy. It keeps perfectly.
?:.i.;? T ttl
J CO IIUI> Ji T-iwuinn ni^ JMM> ijiucniy I
nets, penetrating through every air
paasageof tho throat and lungs?loosen
anil raises tho phlegm, soothes nnd healr
tho inflamed or swollen throat membrane.
and gradually but surely thr
annoying throat tickle # nnd dreaded
cough will disappear entirely. Notliinp
1 otter for bronchitis, spasmodic croup,
whooping cough or bronchial asthma.
Pinex 13 a special and highly concentrated
compound of genuine Norway
pine extract, and is known tho world
over for its prompt healing effect on the
throat membranes.
Avoid disappointment by asking your
druggist for 21/-! ounces of Pinex with
full directions and don't accept anything
else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction
or money promptly refunded,
goes with this preparation, Tho Pinex
Co., Ft. Wayne, lnd.
Voraenj
---
5NING, OCTOBER 16,1917.
(,
Every Day No
New Goods??
Stocks are now at their best,
week and every department is s
new coats, new dresses, new mi
and underwear?everything is i
Time
[* ^ \ from nt
U5 } fairly p
\& Muffs
New and Beautiful
Millinery
Just now there is an unusually large
variety ot the very newest creations
many ot which have come in during
the last few days.
Charming hats of rich Velvets and
Halter's Plush in small and large
shapes in all black and suit colors.
They have very rich and effective
trimmings and the styles are most
fashionable.
At $5 and $10 there Is an exception- '
ably good choice ot the smartest things 1
(Second Floor)
Why Not Make the Yv..
Family a Bit Sater
From Colds
Why not get good sound, w
new underwear for father
mother and the children.
Why not have it ready wher
cold snap comes?
Our stocks are known to be Is
our selection careful and our pi
moderate.
Women's and children's underwear,
Floor, Annex
yen's and boy's underwear, Men's Store
Floor.
?***#:
Your Boy's Winter Clo
The Question of a boy's new suit or ove
never settled until It Is settled right In c
the new fall and winter stocks we kept th
ciplo always In mind. Mothers and fath(
believe In choosing their boy's clothing
same principle will find us ready with t
stocks and best service. Suits and overci
the 7 to 18 year old boys, to 815.00. '
/c
* Art Needlework / ??
LThfngs for Christmas
7. We are now showing our com- . ,
heatei
plete Christmas collection of h'ebde<
stamped articles. There are ness 1
many new and highly artistic d? home,
signs stamped ready for the em- ibe^c
broidery together with all the flame
necessary accessories to meet mlngs
every requirement of the Xmas cordit
needleworker.
- ?
iW Wa A (T
v V V W 'k' & iiii Va* ^
siore and Betl
Great shipments have com
plendidly ready for cold w
Uinery, plenty of good, wai
ready for a busy season.
Now For Every \
Thinking 01
FURS
; are just two or three very
ne Merchandise in the Hard
are trustworthy furs, they i
re chosen with the utmost c
is.
are the most fashionable of
;ckpieces and mulfs to fine
riced.
; and neckpieces $5 to $115 ;
]oats, $87.50 to $300.00.
(Second Floor;
VICTRC
The Chosen Ins
of the Wo
The Instrument that plays the gre
Is the Instrument you want in your h
The Victrola is supreme and its s
a basis of great things actually acco
lion of homes all over the world bei
homes all that is best in every brand
lent.
in ana near uie viciroia piaj
Vlctrolas are $15, $25, $40, $50, $7i
layment down gives you immediate ]
ment. Small monthly payments do t
(Fourth Flooi
Me are Told th;
lection of Worr
Is the Best Ii
nd especially good things h;
ae new suits that come at p
18 to $35.
There are many of these n
ou will not see elsewhere.
Is planned exclusively for t
ew bustle and basque effec
elts and fur trimming.
There is practically every
rom gabardine to silverton
ange 01 colors is equally \vi
ually large assortment at
(Second Flo
Smart Set
-1? Newly
A great many have i
broidery and beading; a
arc quite prominent let
These serge dresses s
as you will see and the
arm, and individual touches,
fashion are so keen to
" u Prices are $18 to $35;
each price from $10 to
(Secot
i the
To Keep Sell
irse> and Warm
nces
We have many new w
ter coats that it Is a pie
Third ure to see. Every coat
lined, and warmly lnterl
' ea?to make It hard
Jack Frost to get insid
Sturdy Corduroys, s
lu warm velours, rich, pre
lllCo velveteena, pom po
rcoat la broadcloths and chevic
hoosing Many are lur trimmed t
at prin- have high belt effects i
S"L *{|? cut very full,
on the
he best * Prices are $4 to $25.
oats tor
V iV. e. (Second Floor)
GAS STOVES.
iter Is creeping up, gas
s are necessary. They are
d for comfort and cheeri- 1"!"'?
n almost every room ot the Wlnte
The Hartley Btoves Plentj
y" a lot of heat. They are new
opper reflector kind with goodn
guard and nlckle trim- factioi
i. Prices *1.76 to *5.00, ac- Glo'
lg to size. flne F
(Basement) Has
' silk 2
PAGE 8 v.
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setting In
her Goods
e in during the past i
eather?new suits,
rm hosiery, gloves |
I
Woman to Be
t
l :.M
i m
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simple things to say
1 > T-v
ey r ur Department.
ire true to name and ,]
are as regards skins
fine furs all the way
coats and they are |
i piece.
*
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>LA I
trument
rid
atest music of the world
ome.
upremacy Is founded on il
mplishod. It Is in a mil?auso
It takes Into these
i of music and entertainr
your favorite music. - i! ?
5, $100 to $200. A small
possession of any instru:he
rest.
at our Col- 1
ten's Suits J
a Town l||
ave been said about
irices ranging from
_
ew suits in styles
All are smart modMs
store featuring
:ts, high waist line,
fashionable fabric
e velour, and the
de, making an unu18
to $35.
or) HI
91
ge Dresses S
Arrived
metallic, silk or wool emnd
bustle and side draping
ttures.
ire the uncommon models , '
y all have the Interesting
which women who know
also a good assortment at
id Floor)
ool Girls Cozy
VJ1U V to UHU f |
nrw Rtocks for Fall an4
r are all good and ready. kl
' of colors to .match the
Fall garments, pleata of
ess to insure perfeqMaUsres
from white plane to
tench kid, $1.76 t&WBO. J
iery from cotton to Italian
: 'nsw ;

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