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?||'r .Ml npholds Its greatest Interest to thi
^-al-^h??-aw TPTirnrl.-a-r.lft values. e.~T?<B
|r.;;" tjons. Merchandise is hard ro obt
' S seemed preposterous a moc'h or s
measurably up In price.
4?,'. ' i Ho* ure accomplish these low
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25c Roasted Coffee OJT_
f 2 lbs. for . ?M
DannemfUer's "Crown" braxd 1lb.
pasteboard packages roasted
>> ? .. ( coffee. To introduce this cotfee to
those who never tried it. we offer
. if, with coupon, 2 lbs. for 35c. (V)
I 2* Ceylon lfc
EE;':; . "'House of Lords" 4-oz. packages
Ceylon. Tea. With coupon, package
Bp > 15c. (V)
24c Starch and IQie
^HfrK. Sapolio Comb
' Two 7c packages of Argo iaundry
starch and one cake 10c Sapolio.
With coupon ail for 19c. (V)
Baaasn
K 20c Spaghetti -fl C.
Hp and Macaroni I wC
_ "Golden Egg" brand, one 10c
package each spaghetti and macaroni.
With coupon. 2 packages for
'' Jl1?" ij^iii "TtVJ" sv'ji TI
20c lima Beans CA.
3 lbs. for ...... WC
-1'"' ??'! I ' liG*m if? T ITYIP
V-nuit" -i-rt;...,! ^
beans. With coupon. 2 lbs. tor 50c.
: sasBEaa
25c Furniture and -f fkA
Floor Polish IOC
Wizard furniture and floor polish
for cleaning, polishing and renewing
furniture, pianos, floors, woodwork.
etc.; contents 4 oz. size bottle.
With coupon, bottle, ISc. (V)
i .
10c Shoe
| Polish iC
I "'Baby Elite" combination bottle
liquid box paste black shoe polish.
With coupon, box 7c. (V)
[ $1.75 .Aluminum #{ AC
Coffee Percolator
2 qt. pure aluminum coffee pcr
colator. gas welded. seamless,
round shape, fine perforated strain
ers: patent pumps, glass top. black
ebonoid handle. With coupon ?1.23.
| (V)
\ 10c Talcum ^jjA
I\ Powder, 2 for
"Air Float" antiseptic and delicately
perfumed flesh tint or white
talcum powder. With coupon 2 for
15c. - (V)
H SBjj\M&
W 1 1
Golecting Clothing
For Local Charities
?
The local lodge. B. r. O. E.. will contribute
clothing for the use of the As?xV..'
sociated Charities and the Salvation
army. Today and tomorrow automobiles
will collect the clothing and turn
It over to the orgmiaztions. Should ;
the collection prove to be what is ex- 1
peeled the organization will make it
as annual event. Many clothes which
, are still good arc discarded from season
to season that would prove almost
Imvaiuauie iu me nssutjiiicu wudium
and the Salvation army -in their work
of providing warm clothing for dependents.
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| Disorderly Woman
Gets Jail Sentence
Charged with being drunk and disvhrderly
Ethel Mochan was before Acting
Mayor Albert J. Kern at the 3
KL-.'i -o'clock session of police court this
morning. She was found guilty of
E-- the charges, fined StO and givcil ? <> j
lays in the city ail. The sentence was
icayier than usual ?3ue to the fact
hat it was her second offense. About
wo months ago she served 10 days
||r in the cty jail.
- "V" She was arrested yesterday afterKi-'
. Voon in the Hippodrome theater by
??; - i : Policeman Oignian. She was brought
fiy.'"- fo the city jail and locked up over
afl Departments This Big , A
eMy
Zoupon
LE
s thrifty shoppers. Take it troxn.ua.
:cially under present market condi- j
aln even at flgures that wonld have |
;o ago. Everything has soared 1m- j
In spite ot high prices and J
r carcity or merchandise we have
a fairly good size stock on band
I and have been able to keep the
(a, prices down while keeping up
our standard of Quality,
prices, we have often told you.
CQn MncKn - _
I uwv. ..iuo.,.. HHP j
; Petticoats -.. "KM*
Assorted patterns,, S-i-nch embroidered
ruffle of very showy open
I work designs, deep under uffle,
good quality sott finish white cami
brie; sizes 3S to 42. With coupon
j 49c. (V)
$1.25 Boys' Coat OO. I
Sweaters OOv
! Heavy weight cotton yarn. 3
piece shawl collar which buttons
up closely around the neck. 2 large
pockets, double elastic cuffs, self
collar, button trimmed; sVes 2S to
3-1. With coupon S8c. * (V)
2.50 Cotton *9 IE
Blankets #E.I5I
60x76 large size, good weight,
white only, double bed blankets,
with coupon, pair 32.13. (V)
22 l/z c Unbleached 1Q. j
Sheeting, yard - IOC
40 inches wide, fine quality i
urown sheeting, will bleach out in j
on? or two washings. With cou- j
poa. yard ISc. (V) j
IflMflwIlJ i
; 50c Outing Flannel OEa I
j Petticoats OwU j
Made of medium weight blue or i
pink striped outing flannel about
S-ineh gathered flounce. 36 to 40- ]
inch lengths. With coupon each
33c. (V) !
$1.50 Flannel 4C
Pajamas
Women's extra quality outing
flannel pajamas white ground, pink .
or blue stripes; sizes 36 to 40.
With coupon $1.23. (V)
150c Table OC* j
i Linen, yard vwv j
| SS inches wide pure white mercerized
finish table linen, choice of !
j "FIeur-D.e-Lis" spot or leaf pat- j
| terns, with coupon, yard 35c. (V)
185c and 95c Children's
Sleeping CQr
Garments ... -ViJU
i Dr. Denton's ready for bed
| sleeping garments, soft knit, grey
; fabric: sizes 1 to 5 for ages 2 to
I 10 years. With coupon, each 69c.
I (V)
50c Sateen IA.
j Bloomers ..
I Girls* good quality sateen black
j bloomers, cut large and roomy, elas
j tic bottom: sizes 10 to 14. With
i coupon each 40c. (V) j
)RTHEF?p?>% I
rcnll \
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*?
rWork for Lawyers
Soon at an End
i
It is calculated that the legal advis'
ory board will wind up the questioni
naire work after tomorrow's efTorts.
Wednesday is tlie seventh day after
; the last batch of questionnaires was
; mailed. Because of the inclement
weather the turn out of registrants
i was not very large today.
' One chap tried to claim exemption
, because he was nearsighted. Some
' one added humorously, "well we will
; put you in the first line." '
i The other day a man had his ques|
tionnaire filled out who had a wood
' ~ UA rn-'rl hta wno
; cxi itw,. iic oa iu ui9 uvuibii <??o e>v!
He is classified in A. 1. but the reI
suit will be that be will be turned
; down wb'en the physical examination
I is conducted.
| One o ftbe problems that has confronted
many foreigners is the fact
that they cannot get their affidavits
signed by their wives in the claim for
exemption because they live in Italy. '
Mrs, E. T. Kelley's
Father is Dead
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kelley were called
to Brownsville today by ?i sf'j^te
announcing the death of Mrs. Kclley's
father, Edward J. Elliott, which ocenred
this morning at eleven o'clock
at his home at Brownsville. Mr. Keller
had ont been well for some time,
tut his death came suddenly ?
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New York has produced the latest I
thing in nursemaids?a husky man who [
gets $40 a. week for tending to the;
hands of one "dummy" clock. The j
clock pays what might be termed the r
principal role in a new play called;
"Yes or No." The woman holding the ;
hands of the clock in this picture is j
Marjorie Wood, one of the prinicpals.;
ANY LEFT-OVER FOOD CAN DO ITS'
BIT IN THE SOUP KETTLE!
Milk-Vegetable Soups.
2 1-2 tablespoons flour. 2 tablespoons ,
butter substitute. 1 quart shim milk. '
2 cups thoroughly cooked vegetable.;
finely chopped, mashed or put through !
sieve. Spinach, peas, beans, potatoes, t
celery or asparagus make good soups.;
1 teaspoon salt. j
Stir flour into melted fat ar.d mix i
? r*u 4'"" -~1*' ?! " ! l?n bofl J
nuu LUC wu luun. AUM < "_
vegetable an<l stir over the fire unril:
thickened: If soup is too thick, add
a little water or milk.
Douchess Soup.
1-2 onion.
2 tablespoons fat.
2 tablespoons flour. _
2 cups milk.
3-4 cup grated cheese.
Salt and pepper. !
CoOk the onion in the fat until ten-,
der but not brown. Add the flour,
then the milk gradually. Cook until;
smooth, add seasoning to" taste. When;
ready to serve, put one tablespoon of;
the grated cheese in each plate and j
pour over it the hot soup.
Mixed Vegetable Soup.
* quarts of water.
1 quart shredded cabbage .
1-2 pint mixed carrot.
1 pint sliced potato.
1-2 pint minced turnip.
1-2 pint minced onion. .
1 leek. *
3 tomatoes. .". i'~
2 tablespoons minced ceie:; .
2 tablespoons drippings.
2 tablespoons green pepper. '
3 teaspoons salt.
1-2 teaspoon pepper.
Have the water boiling bard in a; '
stewpan and ad dall the vegetables ;
except trie potatoes, ana tomatoes.;
Boil rapidly for" 10 minutes and then ';
draw- back where it will boil gently |
for 1 hour. At the end of thin time j'
add the other Ingredients and cook.
one hour longer. Have the cover partially
off the stewpan during the en-'
tire cooking.
KERENS A NEW SI
V -C<
Wear a star In your belt for the d oj
bowing a society belle who seems to b<
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Tho action of the play depends on flic
clock to a great extent. Directly behind
this clock .and. of course, behind
the scenes, stands the "nurse-1
maid." who operates hands on a dial
corresponding to this one. His duty
is to see that the hands in front rcg
ister the exact time that the action
of the piece calls for.
Rebekali Officers
Installed Last Night j
These officers were installed by Mrs. j
Mary Farceu at last night's meet ins
of West Virginia Lodge. No. 64. Daugh
ters of KODeKan: ..uoie gi-iiiu. -us.
Martha Boggess: (Tardea, Nova Fitzliugh:
conductor. Martha Jolinsosi:
chaplain. Lena Yates: inside guard.
Blanche Sypr.lt: outside guard. Dessie
Hamilton: pianist.Gladys Gainer; vice
grand. Ivette Merrtficld; right support
to*the vice grand, Haliie Lilly; lert
support. Opal Fe.dcr. Committees
named arc as follow.-.: .Yisititig. Verna'
Swigcr. lsabclle Phillips, Mrs. Mar}',
Hess. Rcbekah Parker; social. Neva;
Fitzhugb, May Yost. Desaic Hamilton." I
Victoria Bennett, Emma Gaskill; j
flower, Essie Keener. Zona Herron. I
Surali Sapp: entertainment. Mildred
Evans. Maidie Wright. Gladys Gainer, j
Linda Burbam; and Mary Faucett. {
Kate Fletcher.
.
Mrs. Mary McC. Eyanj
PneumGnia Victim!
Mrs. Mary McCal.'ough Kyan. moth- j
cr of Mrs. Robert Kannenberg. died j
night shortly r,fter eleven o'clock j
at the home of her daughter on Floral j
n venae. She was aged 75 years and :
Iter death was due to pneumonia. The |
iteecased is survived by several chil-1
riron, K. B. Ryan, of Eric, Pa.: John
Ryan, of Pittsburgh: Mrs. TYm. Harvey.
of Pittsburgh: Mrs. Rannenbcrg
and Prof. Robert Rian. of Geneva. O.
Brief funeral sc.ices will be conducted
from the residence tonight at
5 o'clock and the >ody will he taken
to Geneva.v O., 'cmorrow morning
where interment will be made. Undertaker
Musgrave and Son in charge.
SRVICE EMBLEM j
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ipyright. Underwood fi: Underwood.
x one gone to war. Sere's four star*
r well provide^
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January loth, 1918. COI
DOWN COME TJ
i YOU VISIT THIS STORE?whcthf
8 THIS IS A PART OF OCR REAL, i
a AUGURAL. DRIVE?make out yoi
vill th: r-ng this store this week.
SUGH ATTKACTI
I ATTENTION c
A complete line or
Black Silk Hosfcsy. 51 A-re
I At 69 Cents A
B Your supply of UND
I at oi' r-Drive Prices before
[THIXK OF IT!
Regular COUKTXET Standard
SUITS
I 520.01 To At 1 0 ^
I 525.00 Values v.vl
Lieut. Col. Johnson Slated j
to Succeed Gen. Crowderj
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WASHINGTON. Jan. 14. ? Lieut
Col. Hugh S. Johnson, cavalry officer,
is scheduled to succeed Provote Marshal
General Crowdcr as executive
head of the selective service army or- I
gajiinznon. according to reports from
the War department.
' Now that the selective service machinery
is organized Crcvder is need
ed for duties with the superior War <
Board, of which he is a member and *
for work in the office of '. n Judge Ad- *
vocatc General, which office he still
heads. {
Lieut. Col. Johnson is one of the big {
young men of the army. Six months i
agohe held the rank of captain. His ;
promotion to a zrigadiersbip is expect- <
ed when lie takes charge of draft j
army organization. ^ >
Johnson is known * among his fel- 5
lows as a "regular stem-winder." He t
has punch and pep. understands clear- c
ly what is to be done, senses the way i
to do it and has it over with before ;
most folks would have grasped the j
problem before them. Of his work as
an executive officer of the draft Gen- I
eral Crowder himself says: _
"Such commendation as the admin- I
I Like Being Hit
\ Brattle Snake j (
I i
t Says that every time you cut *
1 or pick at a corn you j
2 invite lockjaw J
You reckless men and women who
are pestered with corns and who have a
at least once a week invited an awful s
death from lockjaw or blood poison t
are now told by a Cincinnati author- ?
ity to use a drug called freezone. t
which the moment a few drops are a
applied to any corn, the soreness is
relieved and soon the entire corn, t
root and all. lifts right out -witn tiie ,
fingers. -without one particle of pain. ,
This frcezone is a sticky substance *
which dries the moment it is applied 5
and just loosens the corn without inflaming
or even irritating the sur- ?
rounding tissue or skin. He says a 1
quarter of an ounce -will cost very lit- 3
Ue at any of the drug stores, but this 1
Is sufficient to rid one's feet of every 1
hard or soft corn or callus. t
Ton %re positively '-warned that cat- s
tine or picking at a corn is a suicidal
Swt - ^ -
[JBTNEyS STORE KEWS
HE PRICES on WE
mr Eight In The T<
F 1 Fashioned Winfc
|i drop to low temperature
I yon again of really how
1 is still ahead for Good
J OUR "DRIVE AGAIN
ij deed comes at a most o;
f I Outer Apparel m partici
i SUCH COATS
Mi 10 en 1 a en
|L i t.ou,
NEED NO SPECIE
. ?1
[ We axo mating it a p? int to hai
* Extremely Low Price Marking* '
Sfc tention. each time
\
:r you are shopping, merely looking 01
SERVICE: READ EACH ITEM care!
ir shopping list?then join the crowt
ONS AS THESE ARE SUB
AMBRIC ENVELOPE CHE
GOWNS and
ma.-'iib:* va:ue COMBINATIO
t ?1.12 U At 95 Cen
ERMUSLINS for months tc
prevailing conditions compe
THINGS WOMEN WEAR
mbmrmummmom
stratlon of this otTice merits -Rill be
:ound due. in great measure, to Lieut.
roL Johnson. It has rarely happened
n our service that an officer of his
ige and experience has been called
.poii to perform such responsible dajes.
In their performance he Sis
ihallengcd and held my attention in a
.-ery special -way and the opinion of all
??him la rnnffrmatorv
-*< ? ? _
>f my own of the indefatigable zeal and |
juergy and the great ability with j
vhich he has addressed himself to his I
asks."
j
Mrs. Vina Flvnn is [
Buried at Rymer i
The body of Mrs. Vina Fiynn whose ;
leath occurred on Saturday at Brink, j
_ . . ' . ?? I
CROUP m
Spasmodic croup is V?*3 !
usually relieved with SSfJst
one appHcatioo of? /r#3$S '
Viacswwaraag ;
) 0NT MESS WITH
GREASY OINTMENTS
i
!
v'oxiema Is So Much Nicer, Cleaner I
and Quicker, You Can
"FeeMt-Heal." !
I
Rev. Br. Faulconer, 1S21 St. Paul;
St., Baltimore, says: "Xoxzema sur-j
asses anything I have ever used for i
my irritation of the skin."
Apply a little Xoxzema Skin Cream j
o that injured or diseased skin, relief i
{iwmAiUntAlr and VftU do not !
UiUCO J ... ? ?
lave to bother "with a bandage tor
Coxzema is sot greasy and is absorbid
right into the skin making it feel
ike velvet. Try it in place of your fa orite
salve, ointment or cold cream,
-ou will find it xnnch nicer, cleaner and
letter or your money will be refund- j
:r. The Holt Drug Co. sells Xoxzema I
n 25c and 50c jars or postpaid by the!
toxzema Chem. Co., 1S17 No. Charles
St., Balto.
VIRGINIA SCHOOL!
WAY TO REUEVE:
or Three or Four Years Suffered Himself
With Indigestion, Lack of Appetite.
and Would Often Have Nervous,
Dizzy, Vomiting Spells After Break
TELLS HOW HE CURED HIMSELF.
"I was suffering terribly from stomich
trouble and indigestion. 1 bad
offered three or four years and alter
rying several patent medicines wlthiut
getting relief I was greatly digressed.
I lacked a good appetite and
ifter breakfast I would have vomiting
pells and dizzy nervous attacks due
o the condition of my stomach. After
hose years of suffering Add Iron
Mineral was recommended to me as a
rreat remedy for such troubles and
was completely cured of indigestion
nd sickness after using two bottles,
t helped me when nothing else would
ind I believe it will help others with
he same trouble because I know what
t will do. It is a great blood purifier
oo." declared, Mr. F. 6. Addison, a
fchooT teacher at Tan Dyke. Va.
Teachers, professors.- doctors, sur-"?3,
hospitals, and people- all over
*TER APPAREL J
seth of Real Old- l'|fl
ar? LAST WEEK'S
s simply stands to remind . a s IS
much good wearing time a 1
term Serviceable COATS. I f
"ST RISING PRICES" in - |
sport une time for you in * 19
T TXTnPT>/-vr>TT/--nrTrtXT iSMB
UJ U^lliiVUUUJLlVXI
re New Attractive Merchandise at
to greet you and demand your at
favoring us with a friendly visit.
ullv?that was embraced in IS- . 9
I of "economically incliaejt" that
;E TO DEMAND j| ||
M1SE WHITE JH
MUSLIN PETTICOATS ^
NS A real bargain
ts At 95 Cents
come can be anticipated ^
1 you to pay more. cfl
QUALITY WAISTS "C; | ': 9
In Georgette?Dark Colors I
ri.,ue At 3.9^ ^ ~j
Marion county, was interred today in
the cemetery at Iiymer. Mrs. Flynifs
death occurred on Saturday as the result
of a stroke of paralysis. She was
aged 61 years and is survived by two
sons. Sherman ana Clyde Anderson,
sons by her first husband, who was
John Anderson.
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: Easu to Make This ?
% Pine Cough Remedy % ' M
Thousands of families swear by J
its prompt results, inexepnV
sive and saves about $2 00. >
You know that pine is used in near- 9
ly ail prescriptions and remedies tor
coughs. The reason is that pine contains
several peculiar elements that
have a remarkable effect in soothing;
and healing the membranes of the
throat and chest. Pine is famous for
this purpose.
Pine cough syrups are combinations
of pine and syrup. The "syrup" part
is usually plain granulated sugar syrup.
Nothing better, but why buy it?
You can easily make it yourself in five
minutes.
To make the best pine cough remedy
that money can buy. put 2% ounces
of Pinex ( 0 cents worth) in wpint
bottle, and fill up with home-made
sugar syrup. This gives you a full
pint?more than you can buy readymade
for $2.50. It is pnre. good and
very pleasant?children take It eagerYou
can feel this take hold of a
cough or cold in a way that means
business. The cough may be dry, H
hoarse and tight ,or may be persistently
loose from the formation of phlegm. .
The cause is the same?inflamed mem- .
branes?and this Pinex and Syrup combination
will stop It?usually in 24
hours or less. Splendid, too, for bronchial
asthma, hoarseness, or any ordinary
throat ailment.
Pinex is a highly concentrated compound
of genuine Norway pine extract.
and is famous the world over
for its prompt results:
"*"* A elr vAnr
D^WdrC ut OUUOUIiUVCa* druggist
for "2% ounces of Pin ex"
with directions, and don't accept anything
else. Guaranteed to give absolute
satisfaction or money promptly
refunded. The Pinex Co, Ft. Wayne,
EACHER TELLS J
STOMACH TROUBLE fl
the United States during the past thirty
years have praised this natural,
highly concentrated Iron in liquid form ' j
as put up under the Ferrodlne Chemlcal
Corp. trade mark, "A-I-M." This' .'S-%
trade mark is the user's guarantee ot
quality and full strength. It Is on bobtie
and carton and Acid Iron Mineral'
may only be bought In original hotAny
man or -woman, needing more, j
strength, richer blood, ami Detter JTP
gestion and appetite, can. by nsing this- tM
Iron, hope to feel as Immense improvement
in their general health inside
a couple of weeks. Being powerful, j -' :
economical and harmless, it makes an '' j
ideal tonic for seasons of the year
when the blood needs cleansing. sajd??J?;
one feels run down. Get a 12 ounce
bottle at your druggists. This
bottle of which a few drops rnrfeef^:
with water and taken.-after mea2sg _
makes a powerful dose. GetabctOe^o-^
day. Sold
in Fairmont by Holt Drug C
in Fairriew by Frank J, Tost^in^:
nington by the PieacUptfcnxPte
and other goodi druggists 'thso,
the stat^v 9

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