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Wg&tit.r.?.- ' ' '
Hen Qualified in Trades In*
eluding 11 Kinds of
Railroad Workers
' HBhS-''
* * -CHARLESTON, Aprn 16.?Captain
. "Breclcenridge Jones, chief of the state
.-/ military census and enrollment department,
today sent out a call through
j|r the local draft boards of the state tor
two thousand -voluntary inductions a*
f.: men specially qualified in specific
trades, include eleven classes of rail?
way men. The period of such inducE5c
lions will close April 27.
fig*This is the biggest special call that
gp^'has yet been made in West Virginia
l|:-'";fior voluntary inductions for special
|lp?r'serrtce. and is to fill a part of GenBffry'
eralJPers ting's request tor 12.000 skilled
pien.
M"-'-. Cantain Jones also sent out orders
I... / to the local draft boards today to
f-.:? select and have ready for entrainment
& .. daring the five days period beginning
ME&< 10. a total of 549 men. to go to
"i. Fort Thomas-. Ky. These men must be
' qualified for general military service.
' The apportionment to the several
comities was announced as follows:
Barbour, 5; Berkeley. 9; Boone. 5;
-Braxton, 7; Brooke. S; Cabell, 6; Hunt' '
ington. 17; Cai'.oun. 3; Clay. 4; Dod"
. drldge, 4: Fayette. 26; Cilrner. 4;
. Giant, 3; Greenbr: s.. 9: Hampshire. 4;
Hancock, 9; Hardy. 3; Harrison, 30;
-'..Jackson, 6; Jefferson. 5; Kanawha, 26;
>'. Charleston, 17; Lewis, 7; Lincoln, 7;
' yLogan, 1$; Marion, 20; Marshall. 14:
'' Mason, 0; Mercer. 19; Mineral, 7;
X-' Mingo, 11; Monongalia. 11; Monroe. 4;
; Morgan. 3: McDowell. 40; Nicholas, 9;
-Ohio, 7; Wheeling, 22; Pendleton. 4;
Pleasants, 2; Pocahontas. 6: Preston.
4 Putnam, 6; Raleigh. S; Randolph.
>; Ritchie. 5; Roane. 7: Summers. 7;
Taylor, 7; Tucker. 7; Tyler. 4; Upshur.
6: Wayne. 8; Webster. 4: Wetzel. 7;
Wirt, 2; Wood. 13; and Wyoming, 5.
1 a M & ? T\ Tlx T/> T-1 "X X T i I
Ij IVl/MNlNllNU 1 U1M {
Called to Hagerstown.
M. P. McCormick, of this city, and
v brother. John JlcConnick, of Fair
V Jnont. haTe gone to Hagerstown. Md..
Where they were called by the serious
'Qlness of their father, Frank M. McCormick.
v Attend Initiation.
Those who attended the Knights of
Columbus Initiation sen-ices in Fair:
most Sunday were: Albert Mclsaac.
. , Thomas Downs, O. P. Brady. Mr. VilVlets,
A. P. Dunigan, Daniel Berry. John
7 . Barry. P. G. Barlow, Thomas McXich7
ols, William Gaughan and D. A. Fitz'terald.
Called to Huntington.
Mrs. John B. Atkinson and son.
James, were called to Huntingron Sat.7
irday by the death of a little son of
Barry Atkinson.
Goes to Akron. Ohio.
Bert Davis has accepted a position
b Akron, Ohio, and left a few days
tgo to assume his lutica.
Piano-forte Recital. i
. f* The pupils of Miss hi. Beryl Stew- j
' JUt will give a public piano recital in ;
; -*he M. 13. church this evening at eight
Benefit Oanee.
; The members of the local lodge or!
|"? Elks are arranging to hold a Red!
BKS; Cross benefit dance at their club!
Sp?-'-:.. rooms on Thursday evening. April 18.
Bggvr'.:
Captain Ward to Speak.
. Captain Edward "Ward, of the British
army, fresh from the battlefields
of"Europe, where his service gave him
Sfc;. rich experience! in studying the oper-;
^fe;S*tions Of the.Huns from a military and :
BS^-'-tcononiic point of view, is well as the ;
v!>; -Jwychic side of these vforld butchers.
apoak in the Methodist church
tomorrow afternoon, at two-thir)
'ly o'clock. A largo audience should
BgSgJ. be out to hear Captain "Ward.
Hotel Arrivals.
Kp^- Bartlett ? John F. Post Wa*hingHgVJttti,
Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Wcllcr,
gSij Ctnonsburg. Pa.; W. C. Cousins.
.'IntUmrg, "Va.; G. A. Murphy, Milggfeiireiikee.
Wis.; Jas. Wilkins, "Wheeling;
B. -Conaway, Board Tree; W. C. i
}?j " ?*h, G. E. McDonald. Cameron; S. C. >
SPWepeev! Muss; Fred Shimp and wife, i
Monou; C. N.Arnold. Zanesville. O.;
gj?fc/&'A. Simmons, David Speyer. Wheel-1
i^yhtg; H. E. Cochran. Clarksburg: C.
B. Woodruff. Moundsville.
|EPc-' "Wella?'Thos. Pastorius, t>. B. Beating-':
ty. Pittsburgh; W. A. Bowen. WheelHoy
Bridges, Earl Ray. Henry
? "rvHart. Cameron; J. W. Hopkins. Bed-!
c. ^ford.'VsL: Jchn Kelley, Bellaire. O.;
JSgjy'.jWni. Gflkey, Ttniontown, Pa.: Geo.
J . Eanver, .Riverside. N. Y.; a. G. Wilkjifams,
G. L. Devore. Kymer: L. H.
;..~McCbnaelL Metz; W. 0. Carpenter,
Barton^ M. C. Ackerrnaa, Wallace;
S&TjJbg.- Eragwick. Bellaire. O-: C. F.
.V Tolhamns. Falrview: H. h. Way land,
Bjfc Pittsburgh; C. L. Nittrow, Kane, VS.
' '
Position In Kentucky.
'L. J. McMIllcn left last evening for
Efe'\Wta Chester, Kentucky, where Be lias
accepted a position.
??
Play at'Farmington.
The freshmen bseball team' of the
local high school , goes to Farm ington
^/tomorrow where they will play a game
With the high school, team of that
' j
Personals. <
Egpy:'- Stephen J. Lane has returned from a
?g&V^?t with friends in Wheeling. I
Ep.^. - John B. Cstnnon has returned to t
t -JBranyrflle, Ind., where he is employj
ed after a visit with his family here. {
and Mrs. John Lower have re- >
!
' ' i
C^urtney^SALE
ftpg!*"T Commences Wednesday
g Waists Enough for Everyone. ] j
| at lower prices.
j
l r\v,.^pippj-j
turned from a visit with relatives In
Wheeling.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shlmp. of Mosonspent
Sunday with relatives in the
city.
Dr. w. J. Leahy has returned from
Washington, D. C., after accompanying
the remains of Mrs. Leahy there
for burial.
j Charles Felkner has returned to his
i Home in v.incinnau aner couiiieuiie
his building contracts at Downs.
William Dye. of Hundred, was a
business visitor in the city yesterday,
i Dr. TV. L. Mitchell left yesterday Tor
| a business visit in Wheeling.
H. A. Sybert has returned from a
week's visit with relatives in Pittsburgh.
Pa.
Mrs. John Gunlach left this morning
for Woodlawn. Pa., where she will
snend a few* days with her sister. Mrs.
Kennedy.
Mrs. C. M. Fletcher, of Sugar Grove,
Pa., is here for a visit with her niece,
Mrs. John B. Atkinson, m High street.
Walter Smith,, of Grant Town, spent
Sunday with his sister. Mrs. Harry J.
Haugh.
John Stanton, of Wheeling. spent_
the week end with friends in the cityr
William Martin, of Fairview. was
a business visitor in the city 'yesterday.
Miss Virginia Shaw is home from
W. V. IV at Morgantown recovering
from a vaccination.
Mrs. E. O. Murray conducted re
ligious services at Glover Gap,Sunday
evening."
Thomas C. Murphy has returned
from a visit with his family in Zanesville.
Ohio.
Baseball at a Glance.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Results Yesterday.
New York. 6: Washintgon. 3Boston.
7: Philadelphia. 1.
Standing of the Clubs. ,
W. L. Pet.
"New York 1 0 1.000
Boston 1 0 1.000
"Washington 0 1 .000
Philadelphia 0 1 .000
St. Louis 0 0 .000
Chicago 0 0 .000
Detroit 0 0 .000
Cleveland 0 0 .000
Games Scheduled Today.
National League?
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at New Yore.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Chicago at. St. Louis.
American League?
St. Louts at Chicago.
New "York at Washington.
Philadelphia at Boston.
CATHARTICS MAI
TROUBLE
[rritate Vital Organs and O
Never Bring Pel
A GOOD TONIC IS THING TO
TAKE.
Many people, troubled with their
stomach will often resort to the all too
prevalent means of trying to find re- ,
lief from their ailments through the
ise of stomaclfcdisruptins cathartics.
Cathartics ao not relieve the trouble,
rhey more often Irrlt&te the organs
ind are apt to cause constipation, ner>r
do they bring permanent relief.
The proper Thing to take is a good
onic. one of known value. Such a ,
onic is Hypo-Cod, the great health ;
milder. This splendid preparation
;et* right down to work aa soon as
*ou take it my eliminating the waste
natter from the system and strength- .
ning the digestive organs so that they ,
ran extract the full nourishment from
onr food, creates a hearty appetite. 1 i
ncrcases the weight, and doubles the .
itrength in a remarkably little while.
No dangerousx>r habit forming drag i
s found in Hypo-Cod. Neither does <
t contain any stomach-disrupting ele- I
uent or cathartic. It la composed -oft-i
10 thing but the very valuable medS- <
Coo pi*Y Voy*F~?~?~
S^RY17 1
toney aho
AC^UKlK.
_
j| BUS OF I
STATE NEWS
Until "West Virginia discards, or at;
least limits the system of contract labor
at the state penitentiary, it will
be difficult to take advantage to av
great extent of the use of convicts in
road construction -work, declared A. IX!
Williams, state road comlssion chair
man, in a statement issued here. So
long as the labor is contracted to v.-ork
in shops in the institution it will be
difficult. Mr. Williams said,?to take
any great number of men out of th9
prison to be placed on road -work. At
present there is but one prison road
camp, that being in Kanawha county,
where 25 prisoners have heen making
j roads for nearly three years.
Fewer calls for assistance because
of outbreaks of contagious disease
haye been made on the state health
j department in the last month than in
any similar period since Dr. S. L.
Jepson became state health commissioner.
it is stated. The only calls
that have been made, in fact, have
been outbreaks of smallpox, which in
mild form has occurred in several localities.
Those, however, it is stated
are now under control.
Applications for automobile licenses!
have been received at the state road
commission at the rate of 150 a day
since the beginning of tli; last week
in March, it is asserted at the commission's
"Dffice. If that rate should
be continued throughout the spring
and summer.' total licenses for the
fiscal year, which are" now above 34,000.
wonld reach the 45,000 mark. This,
however, is not expected. .
At a meeting of the executive committee
held at Clarksburg, arrangem?ni?
wnre made for a track and field
meet to be helfi at Norwood Park here
May 18 by the Central West Virginia
Athletic Association. Several schools
have already entered teams- for the
meet.
Announcement is made here that
the East Central District of the Woman's
American Baptist Home Mission
Society will hold their annual meet-1
ings thi vy?or in Charleston, April 17 j
to 19, inclusive. The district includes
Indiana- Ohio and West Virginia. The
purpose of the organization is to declare
to be a consideration of Baptist
responsibilities throughout the world
and unitedly to relate them to the
churches of the three states. Delegates
from all parts of- the district are
expected to attend the meeting here.
KE STOMACH
S MUCH WORSE
I
ften Cause Constipation,
rmanent Relief.
cinal extractives front fresh cod livers
combined with iron. malt. Quinine,
wild cherry hark, manganese, aromat-.
ics, sodium, and a dash of sherry
wine, a combination that is powerful
in its action yet harmless to the most
delicate system. In fact its very
pleasant wine-like flavor is delightful
and is easily assimilated by the
most delicate system. Ask your doc
u?.
Hypo-Cod costs bat little. Ton can
set a large bottle from your druggist
tor Only $1.20 which contains enough
of this splendid preparation to treat
the average family for weeks. Get a
bet tie today.
Note:?The genuine Hypo-Cod Is
sold in original packages and bottles
?y the following druggists only. It
roar druggist hasn't Hypo-Cod send
Hit) to the Earle Chemical Co..
Wheeling, "W. Va., for a large bottle
prepaid anywhere. ,
Sold in Fairmont by Fairmont Pharmacy.
Crane*s drug store, Martin's
irug store. Holt Drag Co.. Mountain
City Drug Co., Hall's drmc ctora, Tenth
Street Pharmacy. 3. H. McClosfcey &
and South Side Pharmacy
*
<
atre purchased the HoirtrmTneer. a
weekly newspaper published "at Ripley,
from J. Kemw Kerwood. Mr.
Wells will be editor and manager of
tiie paper.
Former "United States Senator Nathan
Bay Scott, now in the banking
business in Washington. D. C.. has
given $25,000 toward the proposed
West Virginia state Masonic home. !
according to an announcement made!
by state Masonic officers. *
I The federal government hai com-j
I mandeered at the Martinsburg woolen I
mills for the manufacture of cloth for
I army unifbrms. No cloth, may be
i manufactured for civilian clothing unless
a special permit is obtained from
the war department.
I J. V. Blair, of West Union, has been
appointed chief field deputy of the
federal Internal revetrhe forces in
, West Virginia, succeeding J. H. Taney.
of Wheeling. He will maintain
I headquarters in Parkersburg.
Dr. Roy Benson Miller, of ParkersI
burg, and Dr. Harry George Steele, of
Bluefield. have been comissioned as
captains in' the medics! reserve corps
of the army.
J. G. Montgomery, of the 1918 class
(of the College of Engineering in West
| Virginia University, bss been appoint- j
i ed instructor in physics in the uni
J versity to sncceed Prof. Byron C.:
I Jolliffe. who recently enlisted in the j
| science and research division of the
| army signal corps.
Man rice Reed, of Clarksburg, now a
student in Iceland Stanford University.
California, has been recommended for
appointment as a cadet at the United
States Naval Academy at Annapolis.
Md.. by Congressman Stuart F. Heed,
of this city.
The slate grading has started on its
work of examining the manuscripts of
applicants for teachers certificates.
Instructions for the work were given
by Supervisor George E. Hubbs, of
the department of schools, in whose
office the grading is being done. The
membership of the board is smaller
than usual, due to the large decrease
in the number of applications received.
Report* received by the state council
of defense indicate that patriotic
demonstrations opening the Third Liberty
Loan campaign were held in at
least three-fourths,of the counties of
the state, and half of these were held
OR dHUiruav. w
J. V. Sullivan.
From ten to twenty delegates representing
each of twenty-two chapters
will attend a meeting in Huntington
April 18 and 19 of all Red Cross organizations
of southern IVest Virginia.
Among the speakers will be Henry
White, manager of the Potomac division
of the American Red Cross, and
David Brown, director of the bureau
of development. Group conferences
in surgical dressings, hospital supplies,
knitted garments, home service
work. Junior Red Cross, canteen service.
chapter development and chapter
finance will be held on the second day
of the meehng.
20 Graduate From
Elementory Grades
Twenty pupils were graduated from
the elementary grades of Winfleld district
last evening when appropriate exercises
were held in the Hill school.
Addresses were made by Prof. 0. G.
Wilson, superintendent of city schools,
and Attorney James A. Meredith. The
nMkcpntoil hv PL Y- Mor
mywman nci v. y^Suv?.~? ?
gaii, president of the board of education
of infield district.
RHEUMATISM
RIDICULOUS
IT 18 NOT NECESSARY TO SUFFER
AND LONGER.
"Neutrons Prescription 99" Is the
new relief.- It is absolutely different,
it produces results.
No hot. stinging liniments, no burning
plasters, no steam baths, no electricity
or massage,' no spending long
months in the house -with loss of pay.
"Neutrone Prescription 99" promptly
relieves the most stubborn and long
standing case of rheumatism. You
will feel distinctly the aches, pain and
stiffness leaving your joints and muscles.
and oh .what a relief after yonr
| pain and misery!
Go get a bottle of "Neutrone Prescription
99" and say good-bye Rheumatism.
it certainly does the worlc.
i 60c and $1 the bottle. Mail orders
! filled.
j Mountain City Drug Co. and leading
! druggists everywhere. "
" I
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f^Osne
I
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The-' first call for track candidates
was seas out at die High, school today.
The first track practice of the season
will be held at South Side park this
afternoon.
Several of last years track veterans
are again in school and will be among
those to try for this years team.
Swearingen. who made a most excellent
showing in the pole vault last
year will be ont for this event. For
the broad jump and high pomp much
^ <11 Panl W?M. Torko
viich in the weights. Urown in the
dashes and Dean and Loar in the long
distant even is are among the other
members of last years team who will
be out. Much attention will he given
to the development of new material.
Tuesday and Thursday will be regu-!
lar practice days for track candidates.
Attention will be given to baseball on
the other four days. Fairmont high
is planning on sending a strong trac<c
team to Morgantown to compete in
tbe state track meet on May 30 and
is beginning early to develop material.
I ~ ~s
Ladies! Salute Him! !
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i ? j
f Discovers drug that loosens f
? sore, touchy corns so
1 , they lift out
t *
A noted Cincinnati cnemist discovered
a new ether compound and called
it frcozone and little quarter ounce '
bottles can now be obtained from any
drug store for a few cents.
You simply apply several drops of j
freezone upon a tender corn or painful j
callus and instantly the soreness di.s- j
appears, then shortly you will find the ]
corn or callus so loose that you can j
just lift it off with tbe fingers.
No pain, not a bit of soreness, eith- j
a-r when anoivinc freezone or after-1
wards and it doesn't even irritate the j
skin. I
Hard corns, soft corns or corns be-1
twern the toes, also toughened callus- j
es just shrivel up and lift off so easy, j ,
It is wonderful! Seems magical. It j
works like a charm. Millions of worn-i
en will hereafter keep a little bottle j
of the wonderful frezone handy and
never let a corn ache twice.
PROVEN SWAMP-ROOT
AIDSWEAK KIDNEYS
Tlic symptoms of kidney and bladder
troubles are often very distressing and
leave the system in a run-down condition.
The kidneys seem to suffer
most, as almost every victim complains
of lame -back and urinary troubles
which should not be neglected, as
these danger signals often lead to
more dangerous kidney troubles.
. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root which, so
many people say, soon heals and
strengthens the kidneys, is a splendid
kidney, liver and bladder medicine,
and. being an herbal compound, has a 1
gentle healing effect on the kidneys.}
which is almost immediately noticed j
in most cases by those who use It. I
A trial will convince anyone who
may be in need of it. Better get a
bottle from your nearest drug store,
an'd start treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test
this great preparation send ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, X.
H/vttln Whan tiri?}f.
1iui a oa ui|/ic uvi.btv> ? ??
ing be sure* and mention The West Virginian.
COURTNEY'S SALE
OF WAISTS
Commences 'Wednesday
Waists Enough for Everyone.
AT LOWER PRICES.
' ' III! I I ,
Rheumatism
Relief -- 25c.
Matart's Remedy (NR Tablets), Are
Helping Thousepd> Who Tried Expensive
Things Without Result.
It's Guaranteed.
Th?r# are three vital proceeds of
human existence.?the digestion of !
food, the extraction of nourishment I
from It and the elimination of waste, f
Poor digestion and assimilation,
means failure to derive full nourishment
from food and that In turn often
means Impoverished blood, weakness,
anemia, etc. Poor elimination means
an accumulation of waste mattes:
which poisons the body, lowers vitality,
decreases the power of resistance to
disease and leads to the development
of many serious Ills.
Rheumatism.?due to some Interference
with the process of elimination.
failure to set rid of certain body
poisons,?cannot be expected to ylekl
to any medicine that fails to correct
the condition responsible for it. Could
any reasonable person expect to rid
hlmseir of rheumatic pain as long: as
rheumatic poison is allowed to remain
in the body.
Think of this. It explains the success
of Nature a Remedy ISB Tablets)
in so many cuts where other
medicines have failed. Thousands are
using nr Tablets every day and pettins
relief. Why pay five or ten
times as much for uncertain thing*?
A 35c box of Nature's Remedy (NTt
Tablets), containing enough to last
twenty-live days.?must help yon.
must give you prompt relief and satisfactory
benefit or cost you nothing.
Nature's Remedy is not only foe
the relief of rheumatism. It Improves
digestion, tones the Uvea regulates
kidney and bowel action, improves
the bided and cleanses the
system. You've tried the expensive
medicines and doctors, now make the
real test foul I get results this time.
Just try it- Nature's Remedy (XR
Tablets) is sold, guaranteed and
recommended by vour druggist.
MARTIN'S DRUG STORE.
smaHHIBllflEl^Vlin
IjBHiftBWlHi PMIjiB 'llf.1
HIliiHIfiHBMHVi BIB
t
T j . r m _y
within the past few weds
I mmiAw
SPECIAL
Women's blue or black, all
Wool Serge Coats 0t-f A rrt
lo" ? $10.50
SPECIAL
i Women's Taffeta Silk Dresses
j with Georgette Sleeves and
collar In gray, tan aifl r|)
navy and copen
SPECIAL
! Amoskeag Gingham House
Dresses in stripes, Ai r?
! checks or plain colors, \ I Sll
sizes 36 to 48 at V ' ??
A O/V "ECONO*
1t?TAT annoying, |!
PERSISTENT COUGH !
may lend to chronle lose traobt*. or
mean that the Chronic stag* already
1* reached. la either caaotry
ECKMAFS ALTERATIVE
Thla tonic and tlsroo-rcpalrer aopplles
tbo acknowledged. benefits of Calcium
treatment without distort* la* the
stomach. Contains no Alcohol, A?T*
cotlc of Hablt-Fonnlnc Drue.
$2 nzs, now $I50L $1 nzo, now 80c.
Price Includes war tax. All druciMfi
gclcmaa Laboratory. PhlUtaolphia
$100 Reward, $1$$
The readers of thl. paper -will be '
pleased <o learn that there is at Isaet
one dreaded disease that science baa
been able to care in all Its stages and
that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly'
influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. ' Hall's
Catarrh Medici no is taken Internally and
acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, giving the
patient strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith In the'curative powers of HaU'i
Catarrh Medicine that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fall*
to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
address f. j. cmm&y a co.. ToM*.
Ohio. Sold by an Druggist, 76c.
BURTON!
Try Them at Our Risk; If They Sol
Medicine Ton Ever Head We srfll
It is a revelation to millions of people
TONE only costs 35 cents per boy and tb
70 cents in case it fails to cure the m'st Chi
sick headache, liver troubles, neuralgia
forms of kidney aQments; that they wills
make them stronger: stop the drain on yot
of giving you the right measure of Strengt
It is because of its great work in justs
strained to sav to the whole wide world of
TONE at ox& risk; if it fails go bade and
Druggist has it?ask him today. Manufa
Cooperative Drug Company.
For sale at- the Holt Drug Compar
liberty Loan
fr? -Tontllfofo f
Ill UiU^x tu iatJu*vM.w v
ty Loan Bonds, the Peopl
tablished a Liberty Loan I
It makes it possible fo
come to own a Liberty Boi
$1.00Lper week for fifl
Bond.
$2.00 per week for fiJ
Bond.
We buy the bonds an<
in fnlL If payments have
week for fifty weeks the.
scribed will be delivered,
the date of delivery to yoi
of paying for the bonds i
and when payment has bei
be delivered.
IT IS YOUR PATRIOTIC
Steritejor
The People's
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If BflUlEl SDK Jf'^P
H{ la of navy, and oopon blaalatl ]
IF Wool serge. wfth buckle ie.laolt' ]
pi button fi lamiad
.( paiafey lined.
1 one I* made of French ftigva
I Norfolk style in navy* J#MO
I sand and Penin b'we. , 3g-2faP|
..The other is *sJ?
poplin in belted bK?
with gathered pepleme Sndbuckled
back In navy^.fidUa'itf^SjS^^H
sand, siases 16 to 4*. I|H
| SPECIAL
Girls' Blue Serge fr f ftf I
Coat, in sizes 2 to 14 jjAJlsa '?ii?
years, lined tlireilgiiost ;,1
SPECIAL
Up to $6.00 Wool P?plln?
.Serge, Pansnp and MilftT^# V
Shepherd Check wont- V/Itt | S
en's Skirts, choice ..T",w H
SPECIAL '. :." v -II
S4.00 new Spring Trimmed
Hats for women and an ?p H
E.|o1 m
choice H
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What You Weed Is Or. BelTs H??-Ta???
As a cold is only dangerans'.wSMa j
neglected, the prompt ad of fJ&BttT* >1
Pine-Tar-Honey wOl break K s^aitd
prevent the -weakening coafbJrat te' J
coming chronic.
This- happy combination ot balsam ^a
and healing agents soon oyertihftea,. -H
the cold germs, loosens tbs phlegm, *
relieves congestion ana qmcldjr _ relievps
the cold. .T-'
Search as yon will, yon -will nct Ttad a
a better remedy than Dr. Bell's Pine- fl
Tar-Honey. Not only recent or linger- .
ing coughs, bat grippe, bronchitis, or 'S
asthma are helped toward speedy re- 1
covery by its proper use. stfll abM
at 25c by all druggists. H
TRY A WANT AP;: ' I
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COST OF OILY 35 GTS I
Tot Do You Xore Good TItyJ3Iilin I
jserana lynom una jwmi *. m.. . . _
, wbo hear for the first thne?fb?f biiJU
at aXI drogpste are aathorieed to rtfmnd
tmictprint of I
rr TtolJtty
^^hJEStr. Cooe andbuy BOB- I
stored in Raveoswood, W- vJi^by Tlv I
I
17 and the McCJoskey Drng Stem " V I
be sale of the Third Life?- M0
es National Bank has es- II I
!ond Club. . ' ' -'W&fl&a
r any one of moderate in- 'W^gi
?'- - ?- ?! 1 ocayvi H
;y weeKS wui uu) a^jv.w . . j
H 1
fty weeis will buy a $100 j
bond forwiHefeyoa ^ H
It will bear interest fisp i
i[ You have the privilege J
1 full as early aS you like ^ ]
>n completed the bond
DUTY TO BUY A. SpiffiS
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T, W. VA.
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