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* | -?jclDest'Diri -THE PAPER THAT OOEI 1 PUBLISHED OAILT EXCEPT b V tr tbe Fairmont Prtntliuc and Publl 'i I "- W. J. WIEUEL. General Man JAM?8 C. HERBERT, OdUof 7 A. RAY MAPEU Advertialnj C. V. REDIC, Circulation Mai i. MONROE BOYER, BupertJ Publication Office, Monroa TELEPHONES BELL 1106?110* , CO! All departments readied Circuit! Hiynnyh prlTate branch Adven. exchange. | EditorH MEMBER OF THE AS80CIA1 The Associated Press Is excluslvi use lor republication ot all news d to it or not otherwise credited In tJ nllo the local news published herein publication of special dispatches :* reserved. h'oreign Advertising Kepreseuui WA1U>, Brunswick Bldg.. New York Street. Chicago. _ _ SUBSCRIPTION RA1 BY MAIL?(Payable in advi One Year Ib.uui 'three M Biz Monies ?3.U0 I one Mo BY CARRIER?(in Fair One Tear I7.uu I una Moi Biz Months ....... 63.6U | une We pea copy three ci BY CARRIER?(OuUlde of One Month 76cOne We PER COPY THREE Ci All subscriptions payable In advance. .When asking for change In address new address. Entered at ihrf fusiuitice at r'auntor second mass matter. III IP YOU DON'T GET YOUR t "WESTERN UNIOI HI bubicribers on our carrier rout fl| The West Virginian any evening si HI TERN UNION." state the tact ani || residence and a messenger will dt your door at once. There Is no cl || acrlber lor this service. The Wesi | to render to its subscribers the be II livery service possible and this Is ! TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOB1 Each Liberty bond is a bi To that old villain, Kais % ... COMMENDABLE AC ^OR his action against the petty gan Jf"1 behind the transparent pretext th machines of one kind and another openly in many places throughout the Attorney Haggerty deserves, and will mendation of all right thinking people The counter gambling machine is 01 gerous, because it is one of the most gambling. People whe do not objee Wing a little bet on their favorite ba * horse, or even taking a hand in a frie despise the gaming y machine, and the money by it, because it is a fraud 01 corrupter of the morals of the young. Having made up his mind that they Haggerty went about getting rid of fashion. That is the way l? do a job o right at it, and then the people, espcci might have mental reservations about ll I just where they stanch LIBERTY BONDS AN !NV fyHE appeal to the people to subsi J, Loan bonds has laid entirely too 1 business reasons. The ordinary citizen, with small sa better investment. Banks have been kn t, ations whose stock is supposed to be gil ed business depression; real estate has to a change in the tide of the city's lif Vesting money have some element of ha In Liberty Loan bonds there is absol bond is the promise of the United State; | | Ruff Stuff Well, the serious is over. And the result was very populai In this burg. * * * Probably because so many of on ! | citizens do their shopping in Chicag' ; and feel a friendly interest In al things Chlcagoese. BXcept the Chicago mayor, o course. i H ? Astonisher says no orders wen kerved by the county officials to pu the gambling machines out of busl kess. | Wonder where thev got that stuff ' Vonm 4Via aiii-n n>bn nirn tha enmV irivui IUO gujo n?u u"" a ling machine privileges probably. * * * If you want to start something Jus i fat up a gambling machine and sttel around. You'll find out that they do no have to serve you with an "order." ? I The gentle game of feet ball wll how get Its Inning. '/ " Also the boya will have a little tlm to Inquire into how serious the ma) or's threat to hold an election in D( K cember is. Queer what little Interest is beln I taken in that move. Begins to look as If Anthony an hit good friend Billy May would hav to .... ed by A* entire mi lllllAll makes the bonds the At one end the mi ! bondi help* his counl c ?0N5AT end pieces his money Every men or wor "*** for inactive old age, i 5 u...,n Every man or wo anger. v family en education i atendeat invest in Liberty Loa Street. Every man or wo should invest in Libe: 4SOLIDATED Stand by Uncle Si :lon Dept..... tBO ?.ng Dept..... 360 ENFC = = /^OMMISSIONt efyDenUtled 'to the ^ ^RY, W^? w ' lispatches credited ure?. hat circul ale newspaper and the state and called i. AU rights of re- ]aw under which thi herein are alto ^ h;f offke tugg might be. uve, ROBERT a. His letter it a ver . i23 W. Madlaon the office of city and' ===== than the testing of st E8 there never was a til inoe only) fully enforce every a Lonlha ...... tl.60 islature for the prole nth _ . Mo When people are wont) pelled to pay now tl ting all they pay fo of this through persi Pairmnntl d? ?" CMI a'0nl ek lie They will find the iNTS. the public in whatev in order to enforce tl give old aa well aa , present prices and tl ~ I customer is not entith We" should be put througl 1 licity that can be gi\ ; 'APER CALL Liberty Loan day calendar, but It wll ea falling to get point or view if a lo aould call "WBS- Remember that and 1 give name and silver a paper to barge to the tub- West Virginia's ; t Virginian plane wives to begin savlr st newspaper de- week, which begins part ot the plan. ig our guess that I to be frugal by the - this state will not 1 ER 16, 1917. other devices. ? I "M foal Ariminiatrnti to stop the growing in transit. He says Immediate needs ii acute conditions ar mtnistrator will bri sonable, but we fea opportunities for s proceeding. And st tic* ln the middle have to take represi | tising of the wrong tier pill | cr Bill. i stocks declined t | terday. It must be ''OA. street now is. At ibling devices which. I decidedly expensive at they are vending j neither here nor ah , have been running ( tho stock market r county, Prosecuting ! that some outrageo gel, the hearty com- j j The French have nc of the most dan- j ed of espionage. T insidious, forms of lias occurred in Fr: I in the slightest to the French cxecutic II team, or backing attracted as much ndly game of cards, Cavell. Indeed the : people who make of women have be 1 its face, and is a course at a t'me lik< question of the jur must go, Prosecutor wrong time and in t them in a thorough whole brutal misitu f houscclcaning. Go eminent, and that i ally the people who shocked by it. It ' ic matter, will 1 :ow sented the entire ba ESTMENT. SHOF tribe to the Liberty . Many av nlaQ Blr.u . , i he gets when too oh ittlc stress on sound The most import vings, can make no know how to stop 1 own to fail; corpor , , , Cheer up?high t-edged, have suffer- Exponent, depreciated, owing c. All forms of in- when one con?id j women in the u. i i i r-i day to powder her i utely no risk, tach der is a war efticier i Government, back- ness.?Charleston I I Nice little government we'd have It ! they did all the picking. * Tom Devenv would be street commissioner, of course. He knows what to do to the streets. And the cops who used to pinch r Billy's troublesome customers would have to go into exile. ? r Got that Liherty bond yet? > 1 Commissioner Ira's band has pressed another recruit Into service. t It's getting dangerous to go around the city hall these days if you can play anything that makes a loud e noise. I ? i- r " 1 , Editorial Comment ,. on Current Subjects "EH BIEN! LA FAYETTE, NOUS VOICII" 1^ From the Nation's Business. Speaking of phrases, when General ,t Fershlng visited La Fayette's tomb recently, a large number of Frenchmen gathered to see and bear the American II commander. Pershing had not planned to speak. But after three generations the French dramatic spirit asserted lte self, and joining hands with Western r. matter-of-factness, caused the General y to utter this tremeuaously simple oration, "Well, La Fayette, here we are!" No wonder men and women sobbed g aloud. And If we may he allowed a harmless prophecy. General Pershing has made a phrase that will go down d with those nchool-bistory sayings of e Grant, Farrngut, Dewey and John Paul Jagsar IK WEST VIRGINIAN?F ght and weald) of the nation. This safest investment in the world, ne time each American who buys these try win this war for a righteous cause, where it is safe and will work for him. nan anxious to save for rainy day, or hould invest in Liberty Loan bonds, man anxious to givs the child of the or a nest egg some years hence should n bonds. man desirous of making money work rty Loan bonds. im and Uncle Sam will stand by you. o )RCE THE LAWS. :r of labor montgomilso state sealer of weights and meas i ,L. ?i . i mitcu uic *.ny ana county seaiers in attention to some of the points in the ty operate which the complaints that est are not enforced as fully as they Y timely one. There is a lot more to county sealer of weights and measures andards in use by the merchant*, and nc in which it was more important to ct that has been provided by the Legction of consumers, paying such prices as they are comley want to be sure that they are getr. Frequently they can only be sure Dnal vigilance, but the sealers should ; that line. it they will have the hearty support of er steps they find it necessary to take te law. The dealer who will take the ben short weight or short measure his ed to any consideration whatever. He h the courts with all the attendant pubren to the case. o la going to be a big date on the local 1 only be a success from a practical t of people are induced to buy bonds. I apply it personally. o food administrator is urging houseig now and not wait for Food Pledge October 28. It is good advice, but the women who have not been moved high level of prices that prevail In ae much moved by food pledges and o or Garfield is going to make an effort practice of communities seizing coal i the supply of coal is ample to meet a the middle west and that where ise application to the state coal adng prompt relief. That Bounds rear that It will not do. There are no lelf advertising in such a sensible ?lf advertising is the stuff town poliwest is made of. Mr. Garfield will sive steps. Give them a little advercolor, for instance. ?o o new low levels in Wall street yes ! awful to be as pessimistic as Wall all events it is quite likely to prove If it is kept up too long. Conditions road, do not warrant the view which eflects and the natural inference is us manipulation is going on. o executed a woman who was convlcthis is by no means the first time this mce since the war began, but all of ins of women put together have not attention as the single case of Miss repeated other German executions en accepted much as a matter of e the present. The Cavell affair, the stice of it aside, took place at the he wrong place. It was typical of the itagetnent of the Belgian civil govs why the world was so profoundly vas something definite which reprcrbaric and immoral proceeding. LT AND SNAPPY. ggles most of his life for the thlngB 1 to enjoy them.?Charleston Leader. ant thing about an automobile is to t a' d when.?Charleston Mail. prices are yet to come.?Clarksburg o ers that there are S.000,000 working s., each requiring 20 minutes every rose, we contend the tax on face powtcy measure of Machivellian shrewdherder. BITS OF "H STATE NEWS The following letter to the editor of the New Dominion at Norgantown reveals an interesting state of affairs: Do you know that there are hundreds of thousands of young cat fish in the Monongahela river that are going to perish unlets we have a rise very soon? These fish are coming to shore and to the mouths, of small streams trying to find fresh water. You man who enjoy fishing should get busy. Take your minnow seine, or dip net, go to Lock No. 10 or Uffington, get a bunch of these small fish and take them over to Cheat and place them In that river. Do not dump them all Inat one place. Select a place where the water >s shallow and there Is grass and place a few at oach spot. mese car nsn grow 10 anoui iwo pounds weight and are very fine eating. You can have some sport catching the two-pounders. Get your car. or get some one who has a car and get busy today. You can enjoy the sport of catching these and besides you will be playing the part of a true sportsman. See our game wardhn, Elmer Jacobs, and I am sure he will co-operate with you. Yours for clean sport and protecting and increasing the supply of fish and game. In last week's Issue the Shlnnston News printed the following: "It is seldom that we base seen a liner lot of potatoes than some samples brought to the News office by Ed. St. Clair, roe* were not only fine but mighty ftno. the largest ones weighing a pound and a half each. White di?-gtng his po.sioe. Mr. St. Clair unearthed one that bad grown through the neek of a broken ' AJBMONT, TUESDAY EV1 OUTBURSTS OF (BY C< p*?"i BUT m W NO, THANK YOU NO 3HOBSTRlN<3 TODAY I -==S^ bottle. It baa entered ibe mouth of the bottle, fillea the neck tightly and I formed Into an odd shaped spud at the other end." The state department of mines, under Chief Earl Henry, and the state department of ba lk.i g, under Cornmissicnet S. 1'. Smith, have made au exchange ol offices on the second lioor of the capitcu. The two f.'oms which have been occupied by the mines department for a number of years have been outgrown. This department also will be given an additional onm north of tlrse which have been occupied by j the baukin? department, making a i suite of three huge rooms. Earboursvii.e, in Cabell county, has a regular wild-west, shoot-cm-up, rough-house paper, called the Guyan ! Valley Thunderer. The editor and owner is J. Jerome Haddox . It is now three months old. coming out every week. It is the "only exclusive newspaper for small towns and country folk from Huntingtcn lo Logan," It brags, and its motto is: "Push. Pull and Get Out of the Way." It has bighead lines, just like the city sheets, in the last issue a flareliead read: "Miss Chiiders' Rib Torn Lose in n Runaway," using tlie possessive sign, and the last two columns had a heau "Bankrupting Bootleggers Without Mercy," which toid of 224 quarts of booze being confiscated from bootleggers. Between these heads was au article in a box, which the bold head: "Interned in the Democratic Party >v iiiiuuL oait ui .r , uiu puipuac of which is to convey the impression that present censorship is so strict the Democratic press is practically muzzled. The original editorial is called "Spizzerinktum" and there is a ine explaining that the matter was "never seeu, before, behind or elsewhere." If additional proof is needed that this paper is the craziest one east of the Rockies it may he said that it reprints one of Senator La Foliette's speeches. 1 EAST SIDE | NEWS Will Meet to Quilt. Tho Aid Society of the First M. P. church will meet Wednesday at the church to guilt. The members are urged to be present. C. C. Class Gives Reception. The C. C. Class of the First M. P church will give a reception to the congregation of. the church on Thursday evening at the church. A musicnl program is being prepared and refreshments will be served. The adult members are especially invited. Those who have attended entertainments given by this class heretofore know that a good time is in store for ail who attend. Returned Home. Mrs. Rebecca Knight, of Gutfey street, has returned from a visit of several weeks with relatives at Muncie, Indianapolis, and Springport, Ind. At Mrs. Merrifleld's. The Aid Society ot the Diamond street church tvlll meet Thursday afTorn Try Them at Our Risk?If They D Hadieine Ton Brer TJeed Your Dr Whysflow your body to endure ills, s towd, blood and skin affections, gei constipation, sick headaches and man orders? Tvt It has been the Tory worst f en tfca fever and medicinal ralue of Bun doctor* and most all the prominent medic! 1 one cod jp curable?but, if yen bare 35 o< ?f BOiKJCOh'E. We have seen it prore i arilim jnl r~ bare absolute faith in its Yea tare gibing vj lose. Your druggie mtmSsd?sA him. Made in Rsvenswo Sold by Crane's Drug Store, Holt Di Un'a prng Mora SNING, OCTOBER 16,19lT. EVERETT TRUE || )NDO) M? S/ft. *' ' CAN YOU /-?? j ternoon at Mrs. P. L. MerrlBeld's in Wilson street instead of Mrs. Hardens as was reported yesterday by mistake. Will Entertain Class. Miss Catharine Cox will entertain the members of her Sunday school class of the Diamond street church on Wednesday evening at ber home in Morgantowu Ave. PERSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Goodnight and children, of Farmington. and Herinis Goodnight, of Brownsville, Pa., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Goodnight in Guffey street over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nuzum, of Chicago street, are spending a few days in Pkiennn ill VHIVflbVMr. anil Mrs. Harley Robinson have moved into the Joseph Ford property in Diamond street. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. May, of ML Lake, are spending a fetv days in the city. H. E. Hawkins, of State street, who has been very ill of rheumatism, ib improving slowly. Miss Ethel Hoult. who is teaching in the Bridgeport high school, spent Sunday here. Mrs. Lute Brown and children Elliott aud Esther, have returned from a visit among relatives in Harrison county. Charles Malone, of Grafton. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Malone in Cochrane street. A son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Honry Layman in the TfpWdway. He has been named Donald. Mrs. Runner, of Reeves avenue, is visiting relatives this week at Burton. \V. Va. Mrs. Howard Pople, of Morgantown avenue, is indisposed. OYSTER AND BOX SUPPER. There will be an oyster and box supper at the Hopewell school houBe on the East Side, Saturday evening Oct. 20. Oysters cake pies and coffee will be served, also boxes will be sold. Proceeds go for purchase of a Victrola for thd school. The Victrola will be on exhibition. M!H MAKF r viivuui/ iiniil. n MILLION FOR HIM CINCINNATI MAN DISCOVERS DRUG THAT LOOSENS CORN8 SO THEY LIFT OUT. Local druggists are having a tremendous call for freezone, the drug which Is said to shrivel a corn, root and all, without any pain. A few drops applied directly upon a tender, aching corn relieves the soreness at once, and shdrtly the entire corn, root and all, lifts out with the fingers. This new drug is being dispensed at small cost In quarter ounce bottles, which is sufficient to take off every hard or soft corn from one's, feet It is a sticky substance which dries at once, and does not Inflame or even irritate the surrounding tissue or skin. There is no excuse for anyone inviting death by Infection or lock| law from cutting their corns now. i CENTS INVESTED IN iDTnur win niDc vmi nuvim it ill uuiib wm o Hot Do Ton More Qood Thaa AH tho 1 aggiit Will Hofttad Ton 70 Cents uoh u stomach trouble, female troubles, lerel weakness, biliousness, Indigestion, ;y at the more simple forme of kidney dieorme et these ailments that has folly p?ovLTONE. Yoo may hare tried many end nee?your ailment may have been promts left?make one more effort?get a mi successful in to many eases of ehronie diepower to restore you to normal hsHIt it will refund double the retail pries if dieod, W. Vs., by The Cooperative Drug Co. tig Co., Mountain City Drug Stort. Mar Worthing ton j Slot Maehlnee and Punch Boarda | The slot machine and punch board nuisance seems to have struck Wor> thlngton again. Several months ago I they were banned by the authorities hut sometime ago they made their nppearance again in greater numbers I than ever. It Is reported that a commercial traveler recently invested $9.DO in chances on a punch board without getting anything In return. Prosecuting Attorney will have the thanks of the public if he can succeed I in closing them out. Church Service* Rev. A. M. Ritenour preached at , the Baptist church on Sunday morning and evening. The theme of his evening sorman was "With Whom are You Traveling." Matt. 12:30. Evangelistic enm-tnae will -? * M.V.T. mSPECTllH BEGINS WEDNESDAY Inspection Party Will Include Some Prominent Out of Town Men. Th? Monongahela Valley Traction company la planning (or a big time tomorrow and Thursday ot ibis week when the semi-annual Inapectlon o( their properties la held. Many prominent men will be in the city on these days to Inspect the various lines. The Traction company la taking every precaution to make the trip as pleasant as possible (or those that will hare the pleasure of attending. The (lrst trip will be In the direction of Clarksburg, a special car leaving Jefferson street at 7:30 a. m. on Wednesday. Alter an all day trip the car will return to Fairmont at 4:15 p. m. Among the places that will be Inspected are: tbe new lines In the Lumberport and Haywood region; Hutchinson power plant and the Clarksburg terminal. On the second day of the Inspection a special will leave the city at 8:0(J a. m.. returning at 4:00 p. m. and visiting such places as rat May. Carolina, Baxter, new power plant site at Rlvcsvllle, Fairvlew and other Intermediate points. It Is probable that In all these will be over sixty peop'e on the special cars operated (or the Inspection. IN MEMORIAM. Near the hour of midnight. Wednesday, October 11, 1917, a bright, affectionate little girl, Emma Margaret Wilson, eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson, of Fairmont, died after a few days of Intense suffering from a dreadful disease. Little Margaret had passed her seventh year, and in that beautiful period of youthful life, had endeared herself to all who knew her, by her winsome and affectionate disposition. She recently began ber school life and soon became a general favorite. Her teacher and schoolmates visited her during her Illness with expressions of deepest sympathy, but excellent medical attention and tender care could not stay tbe progress of the fierce disease, and In the stillness of quiet night, the pure spirit left the poor, sufferiug body for the bright, beautiful home above. Accompanied by Rev. W. J. Eddy and a large numbei of relatives and friends the Uttle casket was carried to the church at Benton's Ferry, where Rev. Eddy, assisted by Rev. I. A. Barnes and Rev. Wm. Davis, spoke words of comfort and assurance to the sorrowing ones and then sadly wended their way to the city of the dead, and buried the body of the dear little girl near the resting place of many loved ones gone before. The iloral display was large and beautiful?the services tender, the hymns were conso'ing, and in resignation to the will of Him who said "Suffer little children to come unto me." we left the little body, assured that when "days and months are passed we all shall meet in heaven at last." A FRIEND. T . | Lemons Whiten and I j Beautify the Skin! | ! Make Cheap Lotion j The Juice of two fresh lemons strained Into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white makes a whole quarter pint of the most remarkable lemon skin beautlfler at about the cost one must pay for a small tar of the ordinary cold creams Care should be taken to strain the lemon Juice through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets In, then this lotion will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lemon juice is used to bleach and remove such blemishes as freckles, sallowness and tan and la the ideal skin softener, smoothensr and beautlfier. Just try it! Hake up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and massage it dally into the face, neck, arms and hands. It should naturally help to whiten, soften, freshen, and bring out the hidden roses and beauty of any skin. It Is wonderful for rough, red hands. Your druggist will sell three ounces of orchard white at little cost, and any grocer will supply the lemons. < > I a ife. iwmw JI Plates $<00, guaranteed 1< ;; years. Examinations (res. ij THE UNIOr ;; Office Over end 10 Cent Store, M SWWWWMMWWWMMWWW vv&aaa&xxa^^ Your Bes Tear best Interests should be i account. ] First, yon desire safety for yo Second, you need a banking c i anee can be secured when needs The Peoples National Bank or It places its services and facil j Give as en opportunity to serv 4 PER CENT ON SAVING! THE PEOPLES' On ths Comer f CAPITAI Svi>n.io mil up UCIU Ok HUB lUUriH beginning on Monday evening. Nov. 5. I Her. Rltcnour will do the preaching. Box Supper. \ The pupils of the Worthlngton aehool -. held a box supper In the Cochran build Ing at the end of the bridge on Sat- I urday evening. The proceeda were for the benefit of the piano fund of the I school. ' School! Open. The schools at Fcstut and Bethlehem have been unable to secure teachers until last week and did not open i at the time the other schools of the dis trlct opened, but both are open today. 1 No school Is In operation at Chlofton, the Grant District village opposite to Worthlngton. There are quite a number of scholars In the district and several of them are coming to Worthing ton schools but on account of the crowded condition of the Worthlngton 1 schools It Is said they can not ba ad- l mltted. | Perianal*. Walter .Mitchell of Morgantown was a visitor here on Saturday. Ha formerly resided here. Mrs. Arlie Barbe was shopping la . Fairmont on Monday. Joseph Kann of Haywood was calling on friends here on Monday. H. Channlng Moore of Annabelle was a business visitor here on Monday evening. Otis F. Martin of Mill Fall waa transacting business here on Monday. A. D. Ireland was a visitor'in Clarksburg on Monday. I S. K. Jacobs has returned from the Orand Lodge sessions at Huntington. One of the principal actions of the grand lodge was to iDvest the sum of $40,000 in Liberty Loan Bonds. T. F. Mclntire of Kilarm was a business visitor here on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pitman of Annabelle were visiting friends here on Sunday. CUT THIS OUT \ OLD ENGLISH HECIPE FOR CATARRH, CATARRHAL DEAF NESS AND HEAD NOISES. 1 If you know of some one who Is troubled with Catarrhs'. Deafness, head noiBes or ordinary catarrh cut out this formula and hand it to them and yon may have been the means of saving some poor Bufferer perhaps from total deafness. In England scientists for a long lime past have recognized that catarrh Is a constitutional disease and necessarily requires constitutional treatment. Sprays, inhalers and nose doucbes are liable to irritale tbe delicata air passages and force the disease Into the middle ear which frequently means total deafness, or eh* the disease may be driven down the air passage! toward tbe lungs wh.ch is equally as dangerous. The following formula which in used extensively In tbe damp English climate Is a constitutional treatment and should prove especially efficacious to sufferers here who live under more favorable climate condition!. Secure from your druggist X ounce of Parmlnt (double strength). Take this home and add to It % pint of hot water and 4 ounces of granulated sugar; etlr until dissolved. Take one tablespoonful tour times a day. This will often bring quick relief from distressing head noises. Clogged nostrils should open, breathing become easy and bearing improve as the Inflammation In the eustachian tubes is reduced. Parmlnt used In this way acts directly upon the blood and muccuB surfaces of the system and has a slight tonic action that facilitates obtaining the desired results. Tt)e preparation Is easy to make, costs little and Is pleasant to take. Every person who has catarrh . abould give this treatment a trial. Holt Drug Co. ' 1; war HT not bars thou had 1 w teeth that are marring | I your appearance or causing you ' I pain or stomach trouble fixed, r The long established prices of ! the Union Dentists protects you I; against war prices. We glee ; you a $10 gold crown for $5.44 and other prices in proportion. 'j I Teeth ox tree ted 25c. < ; * DENTISTS || tin 8t. Bell Phone 921J. ! < it Interests \ 1 i considered in opening a banking J 1 ur funds. 8 onnectlon where advice and assist- c id. lera you both. 3 ltioa at your command. i e you. 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