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I?. (fW^5T
u?h co?t? with V
Uvi?h- ? WA
IM ot far trimtog
<32.605.
Every Suit
C'ilt /WT??_
! 11 Event $15 and f17.50
^ v " Snit_Goes_at
$10
! There'* economy In buying a suit. A
woman can wear It almost any place
. h afae ha* occasion to go?knowing alwaya
that she la appropriately dress.
T:. . ,
ed. These carefully tailored suits are
made tip from a flne grade of double
' warp all wool French aerge In green.
wine, blacfc and nary shades; sizes 16
to 44.
SU'
1
I COAL CftflJUPYLY ;
. (Continued trom page one) j
week was 8,318 and the total number |
loaded waa 4,999, making an average ]
Of 833 loaded cars dally with Monday,
October 39, running the highest?
I,110 tars.
Charles B. Bigate, manager of the
Gaga Coal and Coke company, of Junior,
W. Va., was a Fairmont visitor yestepMur,
stopping here to review the
coal aquation In this Held. He joined
'the Central West Virginia Coal Operators-'
Association. Other new members
yesterday were: Fairmont Gas Coal
company, of Fairmont, and Gilmer'
Pittsburgh Cost company, of Weston.
A wanting of coal operator* in the
Vicinity of Buckhsnuon and Phllippl is
called for Friday of this week at 6:00
a. tn. ec Pilar hall in Buckhannon. H.
. S. Kramer, of Cniontown, and James
II. fShlhn, of Bnckhannon, have a banquet
under way to celebrate the birth
of the new oiganlzation. The operators
are largely those who are mining
the Kittening and Freeport vein of coal
and many of them have wagon mines.
It is Urged that no mine is too small to
he represented in this association.
Regulation of Coal in Ohio.
The authority of the Ohio Clearing
Bouse was revoked.
?i. J. Caples, vice president of the
Hocking Valley, was named as director
of transportation for the entire
state.
Mayors have been asked to state
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ORE FBHTHE
cSjIlAW**MAUIiUNSTS
AIRMONT. W.VA.
1 1 ... "j ii?
n the House Re
irsday's Sellini
s Jhat You nave Seen
e at $35 to $42.50 An
o Marked Down to
*23
hare been looking forward to a gooc
SALE and HERE IT IS! Rich broad
, wool poplins, burellas, silvertone veloun
tbardine suits gorgeously or quietly trim
SfzAa Ifi tn 44 Nfivv rplnilnor fan no
, green and newest grays. The excel
if the fabrics, the unusual trimmings, th<
ilorlngs and the fineness of the tailorlnf
these features will appeal to your goot
and good Judgment. Nothing we mighi
ould cause you to imagine these suits tt
:ter than they really are.
IH
w'
p
he least amount of coal that cities T
an get along on. 1
Mayors ordered to stop confiscating
oal; ft must be shared.
Complaint was made that 1,600
oaded cars were awaiting movement
n the Nelsonvllle yards at one itme v
ast week. P
VIOLA ITEMS. I
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Literary society was started again
Saturday night. ProspectB are that we a
vlll have a good society tbe coming ti
vinter. u
J. N. Prickett spent Sunday alter- h
loon In Fairmont. t(
Miss Ethel Harris, of tbe Rlvesrille
icbool, was at ber borne here over n
Sunday. t
Mrs. Bert KIncald, ot Fairmont, a
spent Saturday and Sunday with ber
ciother at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dayls and children,
ot Mb Clare, spent tbe last ot
the week with relatives bare.
Master Edman Bower was calling on
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harris at Meadow c
Dale Sunday atternoon. r
Our school is progressing nicely un- 1
der the supervision of Miss Mary v
Straley, of Ripley, W. Va.
The Hawkins and Ross Coal com- ?
pany at this place is preparing to load
coal on the B. & 0. railroad at Mon- _
tana. ^
The Amos Coal company Is grading s
and preparing to extend their switch r
which will greatly increase their load- ii
ing capacity. They are also covering h
their tipple which will be more com- u
fortable on a cold day, c
WJaol Vu*1
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;** Coal black. elab *
Afl orately fur trimI
med lambs wool
P 1 coat? tor women
J end growing glrl? f
r^J $17.60. M
ZJ
priced for !
_ tc
7
m
ec
15 Smart Suits cc
sc
*17
it
nstead of $25 and ?
*29.75
w
course there's not every size In di
style 'eft?but the showing Is so ^
d that It will be easy for Jtou to
rvj
a selection from these 15 suits. *
e, burgundy, black, and navy
grey and beet root shades; oris- t]
tickets on these suits show that r.(
i the time we made our first cut
veek they were priced from 525 to
: E
a.
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V
Suit
Section
Third
45M\M fi??*
l /jf Alterati o n s
V-i IJJ frof. Nn an
provals. No
^ lay - a w a y s
No C. O. D.'s
talian Dies of
Brooding Over War
Heart broken and reduced to a nerous
wreck because be believed bis
eople fell victims to the ravages of
ar, Frank Slmclc, an Italian, died
t the State Hospital at Weston last
Ight. Today Sheriff A. M. Glover
ras informed of Slmclc's death.
Some time ago he communicated
rltb his relatives In Italy, but failed
> bear from them. This caused him1
3 brood over the sorrow and finally
e became montally unbalanced. His
emoval to the State Hospital at &?s3n
followed.
Slmclc formerly worked In tl\
lines and resided in Chiefton, QranT
ownship. His brother, Tony, llvos
t Chiefton.
In/ilpd Man Tnfnrmo
I W&AWV4 XIAVVU 4UJ1VXAUM
On Illegal Sellers
Suspicion that bootlegging Is being
arrled on In Farmington was waranted,
tor the officers through a civil
uit learned that foreigners are at
rork at this game.
In a civil suit a Judgment was glvn
against An<^y Ropclc, an Italian,
nd his auto was about to be levied
pon, but on Monday night it Is clalmd
that It was act on fire by Its owner,
'he man who held the Judgment then
wore out a warrant for Ropclc, who
ctaliated by informing on certain reslents
of tbo Chatham Kill section for
avlng Illegally sold booze. Ropclc Is
a Jail. Officers are running down the
lues be has given.
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?ne Officer and Twenty i
Men Are Missing From
the Alcedo.
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Not. 7.?
lie American patrol -t Alcedo was [
irpedoed and sunk by a German subarine
In the war zone early Uonday j
ornlng and one officer and 20 enllst1
men are missing. The Alcedo, a ?
inverted yacht, carried a crew of
yen officers and 85 men. e
The Navy department announced
ie disaster in this statement: t
"The Navy department has been S
Ivlr-d by Vice Admiral Sims that at
10 a.m., November 5, the American ?
itrol boat Alcedo, a converted yacht,
..s torpedoed and sunk by a German
ibinarine in the war zone. One of- c
:er and 20 men are missing. The
dp sank in four minutes after being j
ruck. Several vessels were searchig
for possible survivors at the time
le report was made. The Alcedo s
irrled a crew of seven officers and .
i men."
The Alcedo Is tbe first American i
ar vessel to go down In the war. The I
sctroyer Cassln on patrol duty was |
irpedoed recently, but she made port
tfcly with the loss of only one man.
No d.tails of the engagement were
Iven In the brief dispatch announcig
the yacht's loss.
THE >nSSING.
The Navy department announced
tat the following men were still uncounted
for:
IEUT. JOHN T. MELVIN (Junior
grade); father. Bishop Stewart
Mclvln. Selma. Ala.
. P. GOZZETT, seaman; mother,
Mrs. A. G. Gozzett, Astoria, L. I?
vt xr
X .
AMES J. CLEARY, seaman; mother,
Mrs. Albertlna Cleary, White
Plains, N. Y.
. WESCHE, seaman: mother, Mrs.
E. Wesehe. Brooklyn, N. Y.
. W. RIKER, seaman: mother, Mrs.
Harry E. Rlker, Brooklyn, N. Y.
7. R. HOLLER, seaman; mother,
Mrs. W. K. Holler. Richmond Hill, '
V. Y.
W. BRONKHARDT, seaman; ,
mother, Mrs. E. Brunkhardt,
Brooklyn, N. Y. ,
ETHER 0 WEAVER, seaman; fath- ;
er, E. W. Weaver, Brooklyn, N. Y.
OHN WYNNE, JR., seaman; wife, .
Mrs. John Wynne, Jr., New York :
City.
!. HARRISON, mess attendant; uncle,
Henry Pool, Tyler, Ala.
'. W. FINGERLING, fireman; moth- i
er, Mrs. C. Tenburln, Jersey City,
N. J.
.LLEN T. EDWARDS, seaman;
mother, Mrs. Lydla M. Edwards,
Jackson, N. C.
!. F. GAUS, seaman; mother, Mrs.
Mary Gaus. Jamaica, L. I.
'. E. HARRINGTON, seaman: mother,
Mrs. Maude Harrington, Ashland,
Okla.
P. D. SURRATT, seaman; mother,
Mrs. W. D. Witt, Northfork, W. Va.
'V. SMOCK, seaman; father, D. R.
You A
Sec<
Shjl?
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For f t
Fairm
i
j Thursday, Ft
I November 8
v u
0
In charge of Mrs. Mi
Orders will be t?
sold* assuring
tiveness.
JOSEPH
pii
i?rr?r a ntiiiiSn
Smock, Des Moines, lows. 1
. J. TOWLE, seaman; mother, Mrs.
Mary Vonderwall, Jamaica, 1a L
. R. DANIEL, seaman; father, J. A.
Daniel, Darlington, S. C.
L A. PACCIANO. bollerm alter;
mother. Mrs. Teresa Pacclano, Endlcott.
N. Y.
'RANK W. H1GOINS, yoeman (naral
*1 TWAJM.?tL_
?. jhc; , uiuuivii hub. uriui* u.
Hlggins, Staten Island. N. T.
tOBERT McCRAY (colored), seaman;
father, Capus McCray, Charleston,
S. C.
WHITE DAY.
Albert Stevens, of Grafton, was callng
on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Stevens Sunday.
Laura Haun was visiting Ethel
teener Sunday evening.
George Robe was at Fairmont last
Saturday.
Troy Stevens was visiting his brothir,
Wa'ter, at Grafton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Turner, of Ironown.
was visiting at Frank Stevens
Snuday.
Mrs. Mary Keener was at Sam
Smyth's one afternoon last week.
Bessie Haun was at Luther Fletchir's
Sunday afternoon.
Belle and Emma Summers were calln
on Mrs. Sam Smyth last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Garlow and Mr.
ind Mrs. Lawrence Garlow were callBTHT
YOUR HI AND
STOP DANDRUFF
HAIR BECOMES CHARMING,
WAVY, LUSTROUS AND THICK
IN FEW MOMENTS.
EVERY BIT OF DANDRUFF DISAPPEARS
AND HAIR STOPS
COMING OUT.
For 25 cents you can save your
uair. in less man ten minutes you
can double Its beauty. Your balr becomes
light, wavy, fluffy, abundant
and appears as Boft, lustrous and
charming as a young girl's after applying
soma Danderlne. Also try this
?moisten a cloth with a little Danderlne
and carefully draw It through
your hair, taking one small strand at
a time. This will cleanse the balr of
dust, dirt or excessive oil, and In Just
a few moments you havo doubled the
beauty of your hair. A delightful
surprise awaits those whose hair has
been neglected or Is scraggy, faded,
dry, brittle or thin. Besides beautifying
the hair, Danderlne dissolves every
particle of dandruff; cleanses,
purifies and Invigorates the scalp, forever
stopping Itching and falling hair,
but what will please you most will
be after a few weeks' use, when yon
see new hair?fine and downy at first
?yes?but really new hair growing
all over the scalp.' If you care for
pretty, soft hair, and lots of it, surely
get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderlne from any drug store or toll
vt tuuiimr aim jusi iry lu
ire Invited to the
ond ExWib'd
?OF?
> Sujprcm
ashions
ill and Winte
at the
ont Hotel
iday and Saturday
th, 9th and 19th
try B. Bromley and assistant
iken and no duplicatioi
purchasers utmost ?xcli
HORNE CO
TSBURGH
r 4
ISMB8S r r ' r ?
ag on their father and mother last
San day.
Li Ml j Hann was at Sam Smyth's one
day last week.
Willie Keener was at L. P. Hann's
last Snnday.
George Stevens and wife were at S.
D. Smyth's last Saturday night.
BIBLE STUDY CLASS.
The Bible study class which was
opened at 311 Merchant street MolP
day has been very favorably received
and Monday and Friday have been
"THINGS WO
Store
Opens at
8AMNew
Serg
"Var
The Source of Gr
In the Choice ot tl
1?
See
These
Dressea
in
Window $ 1 ^
Are Really V
More than th<
otnnBMvaawM
= j -
/ If
l/f ' Ii
? * n?
chosen u the reenter meeting nights.
Mo mothers meetings will he held
Thursday afternoons end on Sander
at 3:30 o'clock there ?U1 be e meeting
for Italians.
B m. m. R 0^
DLLL-MIN9
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. Druggists
refund money if it foils. 25c
MEN WEAR"
?- ^tore ST
WA Closes at
;e Dresses
iety!eatest
Satisfaction
lese Serge Dresses
Six Different
Styles to
Choose From
kAll are fashionable
and all the colors that
are being worn. All
sizes. All have touches
of style and fact
? similar of high priced
r models. Box and side
plaited, embroidered
collar and belt, etc.
^ I"- These i
Special
fmm g Prices
4 <3 For
> *7 E? FeW
Ztm 4 O Days Only
^orth a Third
i Above Prices
. >i*
|?3
.
IjBfeSSfeiAtiitffe"I'ifeifc'irti'Tfii'tS'r ? >>'15.;

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