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c i| stocks and sharply reduce f to encoorage Satnrdav six wiacnaay tins store, is cto f 1 $6.50 Buys Saturday j Women's an<I iflsaes' warm -win- J SjPjV, ter Coats, made of -wool materials j KsikTf''' K ta astrakan grey mixtures and vel- ] fefe'- : " ret corduroy cloth values to $12.50 I pl - $12.50 Bays Saturday Women's ai.d Misses* smartly tailored coats of velour. kersey. cheviot, baby 1 mb and mix I |S?* teres -with fur or plush trimmed t. V. ' collars. Vaiuds to $20.00. $17.50 Buys Saturday Women's as|b of fine broadcloth suede velour. Xersey. pom pom. burella and silk plushes. Values to HV ' $1.75 Bu3's Saturday Boys or giris an louJR =nu>..P in lacc and button regulation, high BkT: tops in black and tan. Sizes 6 to 2. Values up to 52.00. E-:- $2.50 Buys Saturday Mm fe Men's all wool cassiroere trousers (in a variety or grey paucma. oit-o 32 to 42. Values to $4.00. $4.95 Buys Saturday Boys* Norfolk, pincli-back "and belted-back models suits of fancy 'worsteds, cassimeres. cheviots and blue serges. Sizes S to IS. Values to $7.00. $4.50 Buys Saturday Boys* wool overcoats and plaid mackinav s. Sizes S to IS. Values to $S.OO 27 l-2c Yd. Buys Saturday 2 inch devoashire cloth in stripes and solid colors, worth 35c. $3.75 Buys Saturday Barge double tyed size bed "comforts fancy llofcered cambric cioth face anl beck, cotton filled, good weight. Present value $5.00. $4.50 Buys Saturday WomeaV s and 9 inch lace shoes in black, grey or brown. kid vamps i -with either cloth or leather tops. |J high or Iott heels, all sites. Value J| ??.O0. $2^87 Buys Saturday A pair of men's high grade dress snoes in gun metal, vici kid. tan. calf and patent leather vamps -with mat xid tops, nearly all sizes tn the lot. Values to $o.00. $1.00 Buys Saturday (Eiii's fine quality black sitcea prt.Jcooats frith deep flounce " - - -a * ?- A faiKt '.V* I?* uufec i umr. .team, cj,? Valao ZlZO. i Extra Special $2.50 Buys Saturday A r>a:r of men's "Pilot" brand t.'ac-K I'eavy doable sole -nrciK shoe-?- Has 4 largo 'eyelets r.: 1 f-Iiree larze books. Sizes Z to TJ. ij Values $3.50. From the Eco BASE] No. 2 cans saur kraut, per can Loose Roasted coffee, per lb. 15c No. - Early June can peas per can 15c. Large size Carnation. Pet Everyday. Hebe and Honor Bnmd milk, per can 14c. Dannexniller "Crov.n" brand roast ei coffee In paste board pound ? -* ...... ti. -.n,. j"-k <? ??\ i "Quaker" brand yellow or -white com meal In 1 1-2 lb. boxes, per box 15c. 1-2 lb. Jars Lipps breakfast cocoa , A O/V m?COMO< [V EAST SIDE \TC\Y7C a inlwj j A Sad Death. ^k|vy.~, A wave of sadness passed over the East side yesterday when it was learned that E. Dennis Cotter was dead at his borne in Vermont avenue. Sir. L ? Cotter and family have resided here HC for a number of years and" he was fi-.' one of our most highly esteemed residents, loved and respected by all who knew him. His passing away has cast a deep gloom over this portian of the city and the sincerest sympathy is fett for the bercaTed family. P Chapel Exercises. E!'--' t * An Interesting chapel program was "riven in the Central school on V.red r. sr acsday morning -by- people of ihs tffe II Jb .1111 r specials i 7ufs Selling fine goods taken from our d for Saturday's setting:? ipping instead of Monday, sed. $1.97 Buys Saturday A pair of women's lace or huttjn all leather dress shoes in gun metal ' rici kid or patent leather vamps, .high or low heels, cloth or leather | tops. Mostly small sizes. Values i to.S4.00. j?T ! S1j50 Buys Saturday Children's gingham or linese new i npring dresses in plaids, stripes f Und solid colors which will be sellI ins later on for S1.50. 25c Buys Saturday ! Embroidery and lace trimmed j corset covers. Brassieres and open ! or closed drawers which will be \ selling later on for 50c. i i S2.95 Buys Saturday Women's silk crepe <Ie chine, silk j taifeta and silk messaline waists in I white, flesh, coral and black shad se. also striped tub silks. Value | ?4.00. Sizes 26 to 40. 122 l-2c Yd. Buys Saturday j 27 inch amoskeag dress gingham i in plaids, stripes and solid colors. : worth 25c a yard. 1 $1.50 Buys Saturday Children's -winter "coats of wool I kersey, cheviot, astrakan and cor: durovs. Sizes 2 to 5. Values up 'to $4.00. : ________________ ! $2.95 Buys Saturday ! Children's winter coats of velj vet. corduroys, fine astrakan. chinchilla and wool mixtures. Sizes 2 i to S. Values up to $5.00. : $4.95 Buys Saturday Girls' coats of -wool mixtures. ) wool velours, astrakans. kerseys | and corduroys. Sizes 6 to 14. Val' ues to $S.OO. SSc BuJ's Saturday | Women's duckling fleece, flan, nelette and crepe kimonos, worth : SI .50 to $1.75. $1.50 Buys Saturday Women's flannelette or percale . wrappers in grey, blue or black 1 fimii-oc r?r- cfrJnoc trv r?? Worth 52.00. i $1.50 Yd. Buys Saturday SO inches -wide, high grade, guar; anteed taft'eta silk in hlsck. navy. green, frror. sand toupe. -white and 1 most all desirable shades. Value ; $2.00 yard. $1.25 Buys SaturdayWomen's striped checked or sol' id color gingham house dresses, i Sizes 0G to 45. Will sell for $2.00 1 later on. Just Received A long delayed case of excellent wool mixed plaid blankets. These measure 72xS4 inches and weigh about 5 pounds Saturday $-5 Pair. The mill price on this blanket is $6.50. Bomy Grocery YIENT 1 per jar 20c. ' Pinto or speckled beans, per lb., j 15c. black eyed pe3s. per pound 12 l-2c. Black Brazilian beans, per lb. 10c ; Xo. 5 cans American beauty canned hominy, per can 10c. ! California evaporated dried ? - ? 1L - ? _ : pe^cnes or pears, per jo. joc. Fancy California large size ' meaty prunes, per lb. 15c. i Golden Age macaroni, per box j 10c. Mother's rolled oats, per 1 1-4 lb. box lie. )RTHE/fGP^A so?ft *ry<-Of?NE K high school and the upper guadcs o the public school. Historical sketcbe of the noted men who were born n January were given by the liigi school pupils. A splendid talk by C Vf. Evans was much appreciated b: i the school The Junior program on Thursday morning was given by room 3 tangb by Miss Nellie Mclntyre and was ai excellent one. Thin work closes the first semestei of the high school and the pnplls bav< heen very busy taking mid term ex animations. The work for this sem ester has progressed nicely and Supt Bell-ans Absolutely Rem?vei Indigestion. Druggists refund money if it fails. 26c ! OUTBURSTS OF E (BY COH _ VOO S/<VY YOV I j POM -n-i?<sr Of Are- J weu., i A I ITCt+lNG^- TO <3LO I ^ r<> - ' Aj B&& toccc, Z'n "PRETTY HANDX luf->?^eve*5 TH&f?^ 12>TC. ? /t-MQI /JVM<=NT t KJIM TmE. UNROR.TUN/n"es TH^ PRCTTX SOOD AT C?- :AI that rv?ns th : smcbai 1 Haslend and the teachers are weli ' olcased with the work for the first;, i half of the term. Ca'Jed Away. Miss Greenfield, who has heen cen ducting a Bible class in the Nelson i building is Merchant street tvas call ~i t.? i>r-- lmr.ip at Mansfield. O.. by f ; the illness of a member of her family. ] ; Mr. Douglass of the same ctiy has : I arrived here and will take charge of , I the classes until Miss Greenfield's re- ' i turn. | Returned Home. Arthur Ftich has returned to his : ! home at Flaggy Meadow. Mrs. Rich:1 ; and son Carl, will remain here witl;:' her mother daring the severe weather. ' | The child has about recovered from 1 its recent operation and is doing 1 well. PERSONALS. *1' Mansel Carpenter is confined to hisl' home in Vermont avenue by the grin.) < Miss Nellie Goodnight left, the -ityp this morning' to visit her brother, Hen-j nis. at Brownsville. Pa. j j Mrs. J. M. Smallwood and son. Don-t( zal. left this morning for Free port. Pa., j where they will reside. Mr. Small-i; , wood has been employed there for i some time. j Mrs. Cephas Hawkins, of Ferry j street, who lias been confined to her; j j; home by illness for several weeks, is I ; oeuer. 1 1 I MONONGAH ! IH ? - i I Will Move Soon. I Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Lake and family . j are planning to move to Baxter the j i first of next week. Mr. Lake has been j ! In business on Main street for some , I time but lias recently accepted a no v.-. i position at Baxter. While here he :: i and his family have resided in Brook-;; ! dale. Their departure will be regret- j i : ted by many local friends. j ; i Red Cross Benefit. l The correct figures tor the proceeds : i of the box supper given hero on ilon-: i | day evening are $9S.13. This amount : was not all taken in at the supper, but i ! uiuch of it was donations. ; Service Resumed. 1 After being disconnected by tele- ! i r?houe for several days people in Mo-1: uongah were this morning able to re-'; sume their communication with the j 1 outside world. Lines were put out of i i commission by the heavy snow earlier!; in the week. j i ?.? 11 t MRS. LUVERNIA RUSSELL DIES, j: Vor l has b"cn received here of the j 1 ! death of Mrs. Luvcrna Russell, a for- j < j mer resident of this county, which oc- J! i curred on January 24 at her home in ! McCiuncy, Ohio, at an advanced age. j i She was a daughter of Mrs. George ? CleUaad and a sister of Miss Rachel Clelland and Mrs. Amanda Hunter, of i Mannington. Mrs. Russell paid her 1 sister a visit during last summer. 1 Resinol r for that eczema ! "I might give yica formal prescrip- t tion, bat what's the use! It would ccwt j yea more than a Jar of Resinol and 1 , tkeuidit i be nearly as sure of the results / You see, I bare been using Resinol Ointment lor over twenty years. During ' that time I bare tried out dozens of new ? ways of treating skin-troubles, but I /| hare always come back to Resinol?I i i JmetM that it stops itching at once, 1 Ji generally heals the eruption, and that it contains nothing w hich could irritate the j akin. You con get a jar at any drug store." '1*1 - ,y-n_ ? 1 rftfjcFM} U/HAT C4N ljj j Ig! I I ffiniiiiini ' at 5ev6ry<ic things' CUG+TT TO MY /4TTC-Nfl?EMCV that skins r Dfc^C WITH, X AW MING; "TH<S. CROO K j IfeJ iUTTnil ; $mi111 mm^t \ Local Endeavorers ; To Meet Tomorrow!,1 t * ! i Tiie Christian Endeavor movement j J tvas lounued by Rev. Francis E. Clark f" in February -. 1SS1, in Williston Con-j I Sresatioaa! church, .Portland. Me. }. A* A w frt?* 6V?>ni r It o : | AS a. luvuivi t iv? ? ...? - - . first Sunday of February of cacli year j is observed as Christian Endeavor ] Day. The United Society of Christian ; Endeavor arranges a program each year which extends over a period of >ne wet. V; l>?ripning the lac Sunday in January and ending the first Sunday in February. Tills week is kanvn us Christian Endeavor week, which this rear Is from January 27 to February 3. The Fairmont Christian Endeavor L'nion is composed of the societies ot :hc First Presbyterian church, M. P. Temple, First M. P. and the J.mhcran I thurchcs. The Fairmont Endeavorers iviil observe the thirty seventh anniversary of the founding of the Fairnont anion at the First Presbyterian I :hurch Saturday evening. February 2, LOIS, at 7:30 o'clock. A conference md the annual election of officers wJI i ITBOPSY T8EATEB FREE Dr. Franklin Miles, the Great Specialist. Wiil Send a S3.75 Treatment and New Book Free. Vlsny "Hopeless" Cases Reported Cured After Three to Fifteen Doctors Failed. At first no disease is apparently 11 ore harmless than dropsy; a little swelling of the eyelids, hands, feet, :ak!cs. or abdomen. Finally there is ' ;reat shortness or breath, smothering 'pcils, sitting up to breathe, cough. ' '.tint spells, sometimes nausea and L'omiting. even bursting of tlie limbs ' uid a lingering and wretched death i,t' i ' he dropsy is not removed. Dr. utiles has been known as a lead- ' ug specialist in these diseases for 30 | ; fcar>. His liberal offer is certainly! ' ivortiiy of serious consiucniiiou. iu? j nay not liave another opportunity. ! . The Grand Dropsy Treatment con-! j tists of four dropsy remedies ia one, j tlso Tcnic Tablets, and Pura-Laxa for j ( removing the water. This treatmcai . is specially prepared for each patient j tnd is Lhree times as successful as i: .hat of most physicians. It relieves j iually the first day, and removes | swelling in six day s in -most cases.; Delay is dangerous. Dr. Miles" book. contains many wonderful testimonials. Send for Astonishing Reports of Cures. All afflicted readers may have the icw Dropsy Book. Examination Chart, j Dpinion, Advice, ard a Two-Pound j Treatment free. Write at once. De-1 scribe your case. Address. Dr. Frank- j in Miles. Dept. D. 220 to 230 Frankin St.. Elkhart, Ind. 1 SATURDAY | War Time ROBB&i Successor to C BRING YOU. Special P Home Made Lard Round Steak Sirloin Steak Fancy Beef Boil Fancy Beef Roast Special Price on Fish and C and THii ROBB& Right Living i x^-"- -^-P Pt Lite iucano vi xw Earners, requires the active distribution of just such commodities as we mention each day in our advertisements. Securing: them will add to your comfort and will assure continued employ merit to the wage-earners who make them. Plenty of Silk Dresses IX REASON: Uncle Sam may have all he wants for aeroplanes and dther uses, but there will be plenty left for dresses: that wfll help save wool for spring dresses. We are receiving our new spring dresses almost daily?you can supply your early spring needs now. Genuine war time economies in these: ?In Taffeta. Crepe-de-Chine and satin, nary, copen and pekin blues, taupe and grey. Tlic best Values "you ever saw, at ?10.00, ?12.50, ?14.50 Buy an Elastic Slip-on Veil and know the real comfort of a veil. You stray locks will no longer fcother you. In hig demand at 39c. True Values >e held at this meeting. All Christian j Endeavor workers arc urgea to oe | present at this meeting. The present J jfficers of the uniojj are John fteed. jresident: Walter layman, vice j?restlent: Goldie P.obey. secretary; Cecil VlcDonald, treasurer. ifsWmT mm hoik cross, sick, billons or tevcnsn cnu-; iren a -whole Cascaret any time. They ire harmless and children love them. Dr. D. L. L. YOST have moved his office to 310 Main street over Ribeldaffer & Brownfield's Jewelry store. Hours 3 a. m. to s p. m. aauy. 1 to 4 p. m. Sundays by appoint- I ment. New Phone 706 R. Residence I Phone 1295 J. i r SPECIAL J Prices at fDAMFPQ I lllfllVIUW has. C. Robb RBASKET \ rices on ..31c -. 32c a vTV 16c . . . : . 22c ysters. Dressed Chickens i rkeys. KRAMER 1 DON'T STAY CONSTIPATED WITH BAD BREATH, STOMACH SOUR OR A COLD. ENJOY LIFE! LIVEN YOUR LIVER AND BOWELS TONIGHT AND FEEL FINE. Ton!glit sure! Remove the liver and i jewel poison which is keeping your: tead dizzy, your tongue coated, breath | jffensive and stomach sour. Don't i day bilious, sick, headachy, constipa- j :ed and full of cold.* Why don't you j ;et a box of Ca scare ts from the drugtore now? Eat one or two tonight lr.d enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver, md bowel cleansing you ever experi-j enced. You will wake up feeling fitj and fine. Cascarets mater gripe or] bother you >11 the next day like calo-j mcl. salts and pills. They act gently i jut thoroughly. Mothers should give RTNEYS* STORE NEWS L. XZ I 1 or xou ana im ight Living for Thoi On Our Cen You will find the Courtney Special Waists at ? - ? ? W e assure you uiat it win come acquainted with this : In making this o!Fer we se just such a waist. It had to age, in style, material and confident of our success anc fered for your economical t organdy, striped, plaid and necks. Embroidered and Is ing and hemstitching. Rig cnr>riHr vmir snriner and s vv vi*ri'v j"? -x- o inspect these superb waist; value in townYet Another Remarkable ] Offering in LaCamiUe Corsets. 1 A high class corset with the eel- < ebrated Ventilo Back. Front laced t and all sizes. i The $3.00 LaCamiUe NOW... $2.00 1 The $3.50 LaCamille NOW...$2.34 Th. *<<w> LaCamiile NOW ...$2.67 i The $5.00 LaCamille NOW ...$3.34 I The $6.M LaCamQIe NOW ...$4.00 , Courtneys' Catarrh is a Real Ei ? * T and Kequires vi| Do Not Neglect It. 2 "When you use medicated sprays, n atomizers and douches for your Ca- g tarrh. you may succeed in unstopping a the choked-up air passages for the si time being, but this annoying condition returns, and you have to do the C same thing over and over again. ti Catarrh has never yet been cured "X bv these local applications. Save r you ever experienced any reel benent | e from such treatment?. Jt I DANCING |i LESSONS A dancing school will be open; ed in the Fairmont Armory Sati urday. February 2. Instruction from 3 until S p. m. by Mr. C. W. M. White, 248 Willy St, Mor- ' gantovrn, W. Va. [ I "When the Dawn is A new Victor record drous appeal to every 'v come down a road of sun! er in this irjelodious song the waiting hours are p; side of the "waiting*' is 1 the reverse of the record Come Home," syir.pathet: Spencer. Victor double-faced Recor Olive Kline an on a Double-I Two Victor artists tl to everything they touch. "Sing, Smile, Slumber," ( furnish a ravishing duel Town" is a ballad to whi Elsie Baker adds tender -.; Victor donble-faced Reco: Victor donble-Iaced Reco: Two Sparkling I -Irving Berlin's inimil es a erackerjack One-Ste; Smith's orchestra; and " combined with "Where Grow." becomes a nrst-re Come in and hear v< many New Victor Recsi C A. HO 119 Main Street ; Creating of J isand of Wage, Hrj ter Tables 1 $1.00 j (Worth More) . be to your benefit to besuperb and popular line. ^ jarched the markets for > be well above the averworkmanship. We are J I now that waists are'offenefit. White, voile and : [ corded. High and low ice trimmed. Also, tuck- "* ;ht now is the best time ammer needs. Come apd 5. The best $1.0Q waist i Vow Lay in Full Supplies of Undermuslins. The-e is a. "shortac:" cvton >ut it need not be felt by the wornsn who share the splendid collecJons we offer here. Xote how noderate the prices are: Envelope Chemise and Combinations. Special 95c iVhite Muslin Petticoats, Special 95c Cambric Gowns?High neck and long sleeves, special $1.121/9 108-110 jiaui | aemy porous Treatment Throw these ^lakoshift remedtes to ia wiruic end wt on the rurht treat tent. Go to your drug store to-day. et a bottle of S. S. S-. and commence % treatment that has been praised by ifferers for nearly half a. century. S. S. S. gets right at the source of atarrh, and forces from the blood, le germs which cause the diseases ou can obtain special medical advice*' egsrding your own ease without barge by writing to Medical Direcor, 22 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. : , Leaman&Son Flower Store Monroe St_, Opposite Postoffice Phone 1554 J- ? Cut flowers of all I kinds for all occasions. Come in and see us. Il Great Red Shining" i for February with wohroman's heart. "I shall shine," sings Alan Turn; of love in exile, "when ist." And the woman's beautifully expressed on in the song "When You ically sung by Elizabeth d 45147. Tec-inch, $1.09 d Elsie Baker Faced Record iat give popular delight In Gounod's charming,? )live Kline and the flute "In an old-fashioned ich the rich contralto of appeal. rd 18415. Ten-inch. 73* rd 18407. Ten-inch. 75a. Dance Numbers able "My Sweetie" mak-* || p as played by Joseph C. Some Sunday Morning," the Morning Glories ite r ox irou Dur favorites among the ds for FeStraary I USE CO.