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R'-' An lamen?e turkey hangs outside
v one of the stores on Main street and
tempts passersby. Wonder how
Ssj strong Is the rope which holds the
gfc j bird and Jnst how far a fellow could
get?the thing must weigh an awful
lot?would probably be pretty heavyl
On the whole about the safest thing
(f will be the small, plump chicken
JjV strutting sround In the backyard full
of a fatal belief that safety at Thanksgiving
time lies In a preference folks
\ have for turkey. But this year with
turkey thirty-five cents a pound and
turkey mostly bone until the ten
pound mark has been reached, mans
tat deluded chickens will go the waj
' nf the hatchet. Miaht aa well cat
V eblcken anyway for the only way she
can be persuaded to lay satisfactorily
is on the platter?and eggs are sixty
tents a dozen.
Cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving
will be'mostly in the Imagination un
less sugar has been stored away in
some family. A good many of the
stores are having this experience?
"Got any cranberries?" Answer?
"Yes, Indeed?some fine ones?Low
many?': Customer: "Got any su
gar?" Answer: "No?we are not."
"Well, then, no cranberries for me?
why tbey take a ton of sugar!"
jf The
policeman who iruards the chit
dren ut the Kilo r t'r.ioo! as they go
and come ha3 become very populai
with the children. One little girl said
to her mother?"Why. mother?all
the children Just love hint?ho makes
fresh chalk marks every day Jusl
where we bavo to walk and the other
day a little boy ran out of the line
; BJia into me BUCCL anu lUi; yunw
man caught him quick and scolded
him. Ha watches r,o carc-Cully and he
keeps candy In his pocket too?lots
of the children talk to him?ho al
way* has little children around him.
I don't know what wef would do without
him."
Pray, If at Christmas you would send
A gift to this, your good, old l'riend,
Now won't you please, foro once, my
dear.
Uust write, instead, a word of cheer';
Then give the money saved that way
To Red Cross or Y. M. C. A.
And let our boys in khaki clad
Receive the gift I might have had.
Ye*, I will do "the same to you"
That I am asking you to do.
Because our country needs support
In ways and means of every sort.
IMOW let us try on unristuius nay,
To make sad hearts around us, gay
And thus, by helping those In need
We'll have a "Merry Day," Indeed!
?Amy Rogers Rice. .
The above verso was written bj
Miss Amy Rogers Rice, piano lnstruc
tor at the Normal school (or the Nor
mal Bulletin. The verse has beer
printed on neat little postal cards and
are being sold by Miss Rice. The
cards have only been on sale for s
tew days and already the sale has
exceeded the amount ordered. Misi
. ' Bice 1b expecting to sell 1,000 of th<
Christmas cards. Half of the pro
ceeds will go as a benefit to the Armj
Y. M. C. A.
TVeve'o a whntttr ?r!r1 nf TWInOP'!
Hospital very deserving of attention
o? sympathy now. She has no mothei
or father and has never known what
Hey could be to a child. She ha?
never had much chance in the world
end through to influence of symps
thetic people was attending commcr
clal school with the hope of licit
able some day to earn a living. J'
as she was getting along nicely
was takeft ill with a spine trout
and now sits alone waiting a re-'
painful ordeal. She is to he put
a plaster Jacket very soon and
don't know what the rr-u'.t will :
She has no flowers or at' . 'ton .
no one knows her in KVinnnnt or.a
few who have been to .! about '.?
Sbe is very- very lor. iy and crlr
great deal and longs for friends. SI.
doesn't even have a rockins chair ;
sit in the little she is allowed to t
up. A flower?a small gift or som
one to go and see her would he up
predated. more th?n anyone can !
alize who does not come in com:.'
with real suffering and real iom";
ness. She could he found very ea-;
by anyone desiring to be a real frier.
In time of great need.
? ? - - . ii .
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
_
HF nDFAMFn nun
IIL UllLHl'ILU H11U
TOSSED AROUND
ALL NIGHT LONG
j Biit Nerv-Worth Soon Made
L , /A It Possible for Him to Say
"I Am Entirely Cured."
N-' T Henry Johnson is the well knowr
porter at the Thompson & Thompsot
KMfcii Clothing Store. Martlnsburg. Rene
Mb remarkable statement:
t "X have had severo pains in mi
ii' stomach for throe months. Every
1? thine I ate seemed to sour on my
stomach and I would belch up soui
and bitter matter. My appetite wai
poor and what little I did eat causei
me much misery. Had severe sick
headaches. I was very nervous
Would dream and toas all night and
get up with nerves all unstrung and
had.a drowsy feeling all day. Was In
a serious condition and was uneasy
'r. about myself. No remedies that 1
could get would do me any good. San
Nerv-Worth advertised and heard oth
ers telling of the good it had done
them and I purchased a bottle. Now
I am healthy as ever and feel stronE
/ and wide awake and can eat any
thing I want and digest it. N?
more stomach or nerve trouble. Ih
PACT X AM ENTIRELY CORED. 1
sure recommend Nerv-Worth to all.
Si HENRY JOHNSON.
Tour dollar back at Crane's Drug
Store, Fairmont, If Nerv-Worth does
not benefit you. Johnson's Drug Stort
?',n tells Nerv-Worth st Shtnnstoa, _
UNCLE SAM RUS
%fb' CT.V
-C-tir v . ' - . . v. ?v v*>
General Pershing reports that a
the British push toward Cambrel. Un
American cantonments. Here's a pic
gun "somewhere in America."
EAST SIDE ||
NEWS '
Chapel. ''' " '
i A splendid program was given by
the East Side high school pupils at (
their chape! on Wednesday tnornlns,
I viz: Song, Onward Christian Sol- I
; dier's. school; l'salm and Prayi-r. <
Rev. J. K. Wells; vocal duet, Leatha
Poe and Marin McKeely: story,
. "Thanksgiving dinner," Ethel Rich- j
nrds; "Proclamation of the, Sondnur,"
Katharine Lloyd: Proclamation of ,
Prcr.idot:t, Harold Shop: piano duct. .
| Beryl Jenkins, Francis Miller; song, ,
. Rchool. j
Thanksgiving Services.
The Ka-st f-ide union Thanksgiving service
which was held at tho Diamond
Street M. E. church yesterday
was attended by a largo number of
, East Side residents and was an interesting
and helptul one. Alter the
, invocation by Rev. John Brown of tho
IV.pt 1st church Rev. C. C. Lawson delivered
an excell?nt sermon on
'; TbnrkfnhK?c." Dr. Henry was pres
cut and mad" a short talk in behalf
or ilo !ty health nursing service and
the <v.-.-inn which was a liberal one
was d'.iK ieri tor that purpose. Splrndid
music v.as rendered by the Dlainon
street churi h choir tor tho service.
Here from Colorado.
Mrs. D. G. Dnwkins and daughter
Eleanor of Denver, Colorado, arrived
here Wednesday evening to visit
Mrs. Hawkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Louden in State street.
Here from Kansas.
James Spicer of Kansas arrived
| here Wednesday and will spend some
time here umonc relatives. Mr. Sni- I
! ccr wbs formerly a resident *t this
1 county and has many acquaitlances
1 who will give him a hearty greeting.
Larq; Hog*.
Bert Crlss or Stats street butchered
a lino hog yesterday which weighed
iOS pounds. Albert Meredith hilled
one that tipped the beam at 418
! pounds.
1 PERSONALS.
Mr3 Dora Austin and children of
Dirt and Dust
follow tbePoOdkr
end his Coffee*
NOT so with Golden Sun
Coffee. It is made
clean and comes to you in
clean, air-tight packages.
Golden Sun
Coffee'
is never sold by peddlers?always
by grocers and never with
premiums. The dust and chaff
are taken out by our special
process. It satisfies. Try a
pound today. At your grocer's.
Toledo, Ohio
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f A PENMv\
I FOR YOUR ' |
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WHERE SATURDAY Nl
tS THE same AS"
MONDAY ?NlGMT1
V
. i a :
>HES TRXlNING OF LIG
rht artillery. as well as cavalry and
<le Sam is speeding up light artille
:ure by Photo-reporter R. P. Donna
Morgan town are guests or Mr. an
Mr3. Luther Steele in ilaymou
itreet.
Engle Tichncll of Iloult spct
rhanksglving with relatives here.
Will Morgan of Haymor.d street I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Malon
it Smlthtown.
Frank Tlchnell made & busines
rip to Catawba yosterday aftomooi
Mrs. Tearl Morgan Clayton (
Spring street ha3 been very 111 for
:ouplo of dav3.
Mrs. Austin of Little Falls spot
resterday with her daughter, Mr
Luther Steele In Haymond street.
Sara Dale Jacobs 13 at Colfa
vhere she attended n birthday part
given for Master Harold Nichols r
he home of his parents. Mr. and Mr,
rllrani Nichols last evening.
Ralph Williams of Vermont avenu
$ Pure
AMERICAN CHICLE COMPAN?
WL GOOl
JOHN PHI]
Stripes and .
the licorice
a cough, I i
/thats oust what
, ( I WANT \ I've GCfT ?V
[i I AN WAS OUST TMtN
P V IF \ HAP ANOTWE
\ - PeNNT lb GO 1*0
6Vfr '
N
I^^DNT KRTDAT EYE]
HT ARTILLERY
? v ; :- Xrvf '*? . I?^/' in
liir.tr}'. lias demonstrated Us value In
ry practice among the "selects" at the
n. showing the loading of a light field
1 is visiting relatives at Morgantown.
d Iren Hcsg of Morgantown is thi
guest of relatives in tho city.
,t A twelvo pound son was bori
Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ar
thur Rich at Flaggy Meadow. Mrs
13 Rich was before her marriage Mist
Lulu Springer of this city. The boj
has been named Carl Rich.
IS J. L. Carpenter spent the day yes
a. tcrdav with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ironi
jf at Colfax.
a Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Patterson an
? j gjumsteads WormSyroj
!' JL uf* and aura Eemody tor Vtormi
1 Stood the teat tor 80 yaara. XT HXT?
y { FAZES. To children it ia an angel o
|. mercy. PLEASANT TO TAKE. HI
. l SICKMESS. SO PHYSIO SEEDED. On
bottle hue killed 132 worms. All drug
gists and dealers, or by mail-25o a bol
>e Est. C. A. VOOEHEES, M. D? Phlla., Pi
b?L
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ly ; ; 1
\
D FQj? COUGHSl
LIP SOUSA says:
Adams Black Jack r
flavor very much.
:ind.
SQUIRREL F
x aw oue of thew x
* \ I places wherethe* |
1wm / \ soolkt pttthers i
B J \on ttf wall.! _/
;: . - . ,.r ^ -^rf* -t*r ?*- f
v- '
con Boyd are (pending Thanksgiving
holidays with the fanner's mother at
Washington, Pa.
Mrs. J. H. Ott daughter Miss Grace
and son Harry went to Littleton Wednesday
to spend Thanksgiving with
relatives.
Lawrence De Witt is ill at his home
in Morgantown avenue.
Mrs. Howard Rice of Morgantown
avenue is visiting her parents at
Burton.
Mr. and Mrs. Clint West and children
were guests of Mr. and Mrs
IAwrpncft Pnnlft in PPPVP: nvonno VM.
lerday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Holland la ill at the
WiuiiW
It's Easy?If You Know Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets
The went of keeping young is to fee
young ? to do this you must watch yom
liver , and bowels ? there's no'need o.
e having a sallow complexion r- dark rintr
under, your, eyes ? pimplesri a biliotu
i look in your face ? dull eyes with no
sparkle.^ Your doctor will tell you ninety
per ceuf of all sickness cornea from In1
active bowels and liver.(t <
? Dr. Edwards,' a well-known' physician
InS Ohio,"? perfected a vegetable com.
round mixed with olive oil to act oo
the liver and bowels^ which he gave to
d ^D^EdwardV ^UveTaMetithesubsti
: tale for calomel, are genUe In fteir actior
. vet always effective. .1 hey bring abou
that exuberance of spirit, that natur..
> -uoyancy which should be enjoyed^
\ voryono, by toning up the liver and clear
o ing the system of impurities. .
YouwUl.know Dr,Edwards'OT^Tab
* iets by tiiear olive cow*.* ~
t ^ M druggists,
3
C Gum $
IpUi
V COLDS J
"PI P. 1
ine oiars ana
'orever. I like
Very good for
OOP?BY AHERN
IsMOWlHG1?)/ CAULtD" ,j
ylyttiis J
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>y v
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rtbosw -nr 20 or \ J^MMnwrn^l Irt
V en. mot ***** t ) VJ??>*e. './--flf
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home of her daughter Mrs. D. W.
Toothman.ln Reeves street.
Albert Boggess sad Russell Smallwood
who are employed at Morgantown
were here yesterday.
Fairmont Grocer Thankful
"I had been sick nearly 20 years !
with stomach trouble and was slowly i
ctavlng to death as everything 1 ate 1
caused terrible gas and pain and my
food did not digest. I was reduced to
115 pounds. A friend advised me to
take Mavr's Wonderful Remedy about j
4 months ago. which I 'did and now
weigh 151 lbs. and can cat anything.
1 am very thankful for Mavr's Wonderful
Remedy. It is a harmless prescription
that removes the catarrhal
mucous from the intestinal tract, and
allays the inflammation which cause
practically all stomach, liver and intestinal
ailments, Including appendicitis.
One dose will convince or money
refunded.
Crane's Drug Store. Holt Drug Co..
Prescription Pharmacy in Mannington.
f [ J. L. Hall H
( Local I
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Th? Ren
Frosty HI
?no more barefoot 1
?no more dressing
?no more big fuel t
?no more fires to to
Simply roll out oi
your rooms made
by the even day
Cole's Origin
BURNS CHEAPE
AND BRIGHT. I
If last winters fuel '
I what will it be this i
than ever. Now i
waste. If you wa
this Winter, you n
fuel-saving heater.
Headquarters
Trees an
A large shipment of my usually
orders In early. The early orders
Holly! Ho
Choice Holly, loose holly, holly
extra line, sold by the yard. Gre
mistletoe. Get your orders In earl
LEAMAR'S GREENI
ROBBS MEAT MJ
, V TH' SGOfW CARD- I UOl
, reao WHAT
\_2^J^y*Wiow ftiMr it2
aoswm'zaor "\Ajtrs\? " / * ',->
?wMje?-e*Hift?)^setr y|g^_-- <2"y
v'* *
VV*..'V= - "-V . . SI
I I I Ml
% H BvM
enjoy myself again sincb
n . i >
Kesinon
cleared my skin
When my complexion was red, rough
and pimply, 1 was to aitamNt that 1 . I
never had any fun. 1 Imagined that fl
people avoided me?perhaps they dUI 9
ltut the regular use of Reslnol Soap?I
with a little Kesinol Ointmdht jut atfifl
first?has given me back my dcasjHI
healthy skin.' 1 wish you'SUy hi
ardware Co. ^ fl
>ealers Uj |l
nedy for I
lornings >
"I I
Tips to the basement j
in an ice cold room
tills to pay i fl
uild. j a
, ;J| fl
bed and dress in
warm and cheerful
and night heat of 'I
lal Hot Blast 8
ST COAL CLEAN 41
JSES ANY FUEL
bill was hard to pay
pear with fuel higher , |j
is the time to 6top
nt a small fuel bill
eed this remarkable <
Ar,t today.
teal Heater Satisfaction jp
for Christmas |
d Greens 1
' fine trees will be here. Get your ' j|
are taken care o? first.
Ily! Holly!
wreaths. laurel roping, pine roping.- 4
en sheet moss, choice well beoled - i
lOUSES Phone 1119 J ||
IRKET Phone 1436 |||
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