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P W hfckrH#. ' % tOft Alia: ?< IT 1! (Torre HFl V* ' Hnirit the 4?poMd HawBb Enpkrf H(ft montTiej a !"i i pM* jfaentTnV rn iw-ra u ii ordered la? BfWr ? ?ii?. reolli the (all a re ol aJuunt liroed t tinnry conciisJpw to mill <hnmn ayndtcot* to j coiact omortMBU with ? tlwlm : Mp,iii|hMlMtkitiiNiuuoi I t4|! ** * dS?i^ Zidiiriif Warn* MM ooaesiH two miles. Thos< /pdets mem 16 ?Mt high. ? Wfi had a food dea jpo(k|MMIvtti atmospheric conditions tM he liad been able to talk wlthou #>nMtr With Spain, which *11 relay Hsfft Km Naaaa annni, and that I !i?| not ha >0M bofora ha would b? able to talk direct with Naoon. Hli //. ifiMtm oaa <1?aatlad a weak after h< H Mb thai tat?eat, and largely be | tana* of hit atatament. Thla enterprise waa one of the no* . 'Ufifiertoat, hi the minds of local Ger f/fiB officials, na this station was U Mja sarvad'for the reaoipt of the Oer U^K fhfSpafa ateesages. Luxburg Hphrstool to hare bean personally HHJpfiMa dor the enterprise and th? |HHiwas located on the estate of i HnMarhnewn to ha his close friend. NHr the station Is dismantled. Lax KilBflT# gens and the local Oermair BKinwr propaganda task a difficult sflfc thongh toay are still doing the W". bast they can with It. ii.,''1 s? V Mli. Delia B. Shlnn, of Plerpont are Pr ana .ratsrna^heme Friday from a visit MMip dlanbter. Mrs. J. J. Crumbaugh, 8uh* la Imhg In Atlantic City. Mr. 1 fligtolisnili who la well known here White bean Appointed first lieutenant ot HMMpabrs, Is at Camp Lee. but Is exMS^^mmm nn .??? iumi BIWiw Almlrt and Es telle Chancel &, daugMSrsbf Mr. and Mn. C. D i Bwtcellor, of Parksrsburg, are gucxt, Katr grandparent*. Mr. and Mm. W |*B.' Arnett, In Pennsylvania avenue having accompanied Mrs. Arnett home IjCfMih. Paiharabnrg on Friday, where Pah* had been visiting Mrs. Cbancelloi and Mrs. Terence Stewart. Mr ?aM Mrs. R. A. Lough and the latter*) * nephew. George Cole, motored hen K'-',WMrday from Morgan town and x Kjf t?e day with relatives. George Col< 5 la speeding several geeks in Morgan Hf lbs. t. C. Griffith, formerly MLi SsjMMll guernsey. who resides with hei daughter, Mrs. O. B. Carroll, of Plus burgh. Is the guest of her sister, Mrs Ruth Staaaberry, In this city. Bp Mn. M. E. Miller and daughter. Mis; R , Mart Moon, and Mrs. B. F. Reed rc MY turned laat night from Bent-on, Harri Bs Mb eonnty, where thev had been th K gheeta of the Utter s #n. w. T. Reed Mr. Miller went to Ci : 'brug and ac?*ff.. oompanled them home. f^Mr. app Mrs. Kenua Clark arrived I kere yesterday from l'hiladelplita and ' ? WIS spend n week here with relatives Mr. (nark who la I nthe U. 9. navy fM-Rgelee Is on n furlough. MuMd-Hutchinson, who Is stationed K ,Sf HtUMelphfs In U. S navy service, ' |a spending n week with hit parent* jdf. aad.J^rs. C. E. Hutchinson at "^ETiqhn Ford and children, o - PtfWsn. are guetta of relatives tn thli IIn^Su W*'*r* they ?Pfefrli lifcpft 0?P*lend and brother, Hp Banows. of Athens, Ohio, are Mate Of art. P. H. Bennett at her mm on JrIHoi street. A sister. Miss Mln niece, Miss Iv. (ton attended the (aesterdey of W. r. Odell Fletcher who sr since Saturday for severe! days. screase in the birth eoaaiderlng com pal ore the age of to for punishment of mar remain childless. "ORIA and Children ivar30YMrs "?^J| MaBBg^l II ; [~x CONFESSION ' "Well, my deer," ! said ot Do ana, r "I am afraid that If I notice this dff\ ference In Barclay Bill's act Ions, the : people at the ctpb would bo more apt " to notice It. 1 hare always thought you were too sensetive, but now I ' know you aro right.'' "There la where you are mistaken. ' Margie." sai l Donna "Musi people are S3 Interested in their own affairs that ( unless they have a i-pcc'al reason for obserrlng your*, you may expect to 'get by,' as Jim would say, without ' 4ny trouble." I did not tell hor then. Illtle book, | : for she hunied away to keeo her engagement with Mr. Sill, that I felt this 1 change of tre^'mcnt in the caressing - tonea of Barclay Sill?close to my e.u | w'.ien we were dtineing?the other; 'night. Tenet so much like those I would never hear again that If he haa j , not been a much better danror than Dirk. I could Ir.vo shut ray eyes anoj thought that once again I was In the arms of ir.y husband. No, little book, | that Is har.ily the case, for In some : way there wa, a subtle difference be. j tureen the wry Uurc'ay Sill held nif>i tntl tha way that any other inin had held mo ever before. Of cytrse he was perfectly respectful all conventionally formal. but for all tkat he continued to ;jive me to under'iana that ho never had been as happy be- ' fore- and he also made me realir.c that he kucw that I knew he was trying to do this. All the time he had tits attitude of giving me to under"'.and that ho knew f was perfectly atfore of the fact that he was Interested in me and that he was watching . all my moves in the game with great , attention and would try to play up lo my leed. No man has Just that attltfltte with a woman who Is ni? n widow?I won dar, title book if when a man makes' love to a widow he strips It of the poetry and romance with which he i feels he must clothe It when he offer* : i it to a girl? Is love then Just a game fn which the man tactily acknowledges that now at last, when ho trlea to make love to a widow, he has an adversary | that know3 aM the rules as well as he? It is decidedly spicy but 1 am ' not sure I like spice. Maybe all tins anout man treating me differently is only in my imr.gin1 ation, as well as Donna's. I am afraid that Donna has put queer Ideas Into my head, but someway It seems to me that even into dear old Jim's manner there Is another note since Dick died. It is almdst as though every man I mppt iivu "<in enrHo '* Do you know, little book, tonight I feel as though there should be Homo ' provision made by nature by which husband and wife could drift out together. If It van OOt f;>r the baby I would be glad to be sleeping out there with Dick. I run going upstairs to read some more of Dick's manuscript?and yet . here is the ?uang?>ft of all straiie^ situations?even when I am reading the last words Dick ever meant for me. I do not feel as near to htm as when I hear Barclay Sill's living voice. When I read what Dick has written I feel as though it was a story that he had taken the trouble to write me while ho was away from me. It does not seem at all like the tragedy i lived through. Perhaps, little bosk, It is because I lived through it that I now feel so calm about It. And beftldo "Time ! thf> h*n1nr Hardly a Drugsjtov That Does Nd Oft Mm Market IWf a Cfftftr. When yon ere in perfect health, ITtolWrfCtiffi. Yob, MobM be very careful and sssiteE i ! * 'ijX ,_* ( 4'->- > 4 # '> - *}''uzW-1 - ?< * I OV/~ Jit ??^???^ ROM MelHONT CDMA SACK "I MCAufe X* AAKIMG THS ? AO*. vacationists} ? i? ROCKWD TW? BOAT Hj S OF A WIFE :-: I side being a great platitude that is a great truth. There is no grief that time cannot heal; no hurt that is not cured by ila beneflclent hand. Time brings the most wonderful of compensations for the one ?teat ban it places on humanity?age. It brings renson. philosophy, poise, contentment 1 and above all tne power to appreciate > life as Its fullest and to understand that many of the hard knocks that [ seemed ot hur< us so griovously when ; we were youngy were but work of I destiny's shaping hand. ee? #? A ' j HEALTH HINTSj Typhua fever is not new. ft wasi long known as hospital fever, spotted fever, camp fever, tabardillo and Ihip fever. It fa a disease which causes great moriality when it becomes epidemic among psrsons infested with lice. The cause of the disease Is not Known, nw. u nas oe?n nnown inai' ihe principal method of transmission I is by the body louse. The symptoms resemble those of typhoid fever, but the onset Is muct more abrupt. 11 basins with e. chill, headache. and pains in the back ati* logs. There.is marked prostration so that the patient lias to go to bed it ouce. There Is high fever from the begin ulng. the tongue is torrid and whits and the face flushed. Nervous sytup terns are pronounced. An eruption appears on tho third or the fifth day. j There may also be s mall hemorrhage] under the skin. This gives tne skin a curious mottled appearance. To prevent the disease when an outbreak has occurred locally It la necessary to be sure that all lice and their eggs on the patients body and clothes are killed. It Is best to remove the patient's clothing in an out er room. The body should then be : annointed with a mixture composed of I one-thl.d gasoline and two-thirds vase i une. i ne nair ?nouia dp soanea m ? I mixture of equal parts of vinegar auO kerosene. The clothes should be wrap ped in a sheet arter which they should cither be destroyed of sterilised by boiling or stenminv. Such methods or modifications of them are followed lurk of the flgii'.i.n, fronts wlie-c toe soldiers art constantly infested with lice. * T. M. asks: "What would you advise us treatment in the case of appendicitis?" There is only one safe measure, call a surgeon and follow his advice. i, EAST SIDE | NEWS Myere-Freeborn. Harrison McKinley Myers, of Grafton. and Misa Bern ire Freeborn, of Morcantown. were united in marriage Saturday evening at eight o'clock at the parsonage of tbd Diamond Street M. R. church by the pastor. Rev. J. E. Wells. Mr. Myers Is recruiting officer in tho national army and is on 4* ten days' furlough. Mrs. Myers is a niece of'Mrs J. M. Hardway.of Water street, and also of Dr. Strickler, of this city. h dtftLftad : Sc^i Tkii lUmedy; appetlW.a ft'eHajg.of laaaitude and a f?nbrlTwUalifiijl? oftthe eftteo. It mfMa UCkt youritafld promptly take a for bottles of'I. S. S., the groat blood perif.Or and I'trengthener. It will depnee the blood thoroughly and build ap aad' atrangtben the whole ayiteao. 8.?8^8?U>Sl'by all drug*atu Valuable information about the blood augply can bV had free by writ, h? t? the 8whft '8peeMe Co., ti Swift IaAriKwy. Atlanta, G* f Mr* J nrdwny. k ..v will ?' ?>? TiiAf/f ?P UJLT1 In mi courrc wm mi tvh Mfh*e'doct at the hoa? of fin. John I It. LMch in MM Stmt The toy* for IhUMhii tt thU meeting I. Afrto >*A MB mW 111 IhU ?WMM W*?" < The MsfJtiard. of (he M?mm* mnm chant mt tbta analog ?t eight o'clock Ib Um i, ii?Mt? mdk'ot tko chart*. In Taylor Oownty. Mr. art Mrs. T. B. ftoadenoa Bad Mrt. Winalo Jacobs spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn Wesley Haadoraon la Taylor covnty. Rt turned to Brownevllle. Mr. aad Mn. Howard Oaaklaa aad children were guests of Mr. aad Mra. J. N. Gasklns M Market street aad have if turned to their hoax at BrowaaTllle, l'a. Fiw Mrs Roll Pierce, of Bfcllalre. Ohio, and her father. Stephen StUes, spent Sunday with Mr. aad Mrs. W. H. Goodnight in Outlay street. They will be guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Travis in Winfield district. Spent Sunday Here. John Pople, Jr., Milter Gantx and Curtis Malone who are in the army mechanical training department at Morgantown, spent" Sunday at their homes here. Here from Baltimore. Dr. C. W. McKIfresh, of Baltimore. r.rrlvcA-in the city Saturday and is visiting bis sister. Mrs. J. M. Prichett, in Columbia street. At Penneboro. Mrs. William Stoneking and two 'aughters. Opal and Mabel, went to I'ennsboro Saturday to rlelt relatives ."or several weeks. Personals. Misses 8ara and Dottle Bennett, daughters of Assessor and Mrs. Frank Bennett, of Taylor connty, who were guests of their uncle, C. K. and J. M. Summers last week, returned to their Immn ai flraftnn KutiirrlAV Misses Phyllis and Opal Smith, of Monongah, are visiting Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Lawson in Market straet. The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Hall. In Wilson street. Is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Odbert and daughter, Miss Dorothy, are moving this week Irom East Park avenue to Uniontown Mrs. Wanda Robinson Morgan, of Pittstl'urgh. is visiing relatives in the city. Mrs. J. F. Ami rose, of Diamond i s.reet. has been 111 the past several days. e? Farmers Harvesting Marion's Wheat Crop Harvesting of wheat In Marlon county is now being prosecuting the limit by th" farmers. Some of the farmers began to harvest during the latter part of last week . Practically all of the rye was harvested last week, tabor prob1ms have arisen, but generally tho ?rnrk la helnv Hone falriv satisfactory i M Clarksburg Loses One Pittsburgh Train Bglnnlng Wednesday. July 3, passenger trains 69 and 70 will stop In Fairmont Instead of going on to Clarksburg, there being no more service on this train between Clarksburg * and Falnnnot. Service between Pittsburg, Connellsvllle and Fairmont will remain the same. Heretofore the train which arrives here from Pittsburg at 9:20 p. m. has bren going on to Clarksburg, spending the night there, and leaving the next rauming for Pittsburg, arriving In Fairmont at 5:60 a. m. Beginning Wednesday the train will stop at Fairmont and will start from here the next morning instead of from Clarksburg. DEATH 0." AN INFANT. William Virgil, aged elbht days. Infant son of Mi. and Mrs. J. A. Lexniey, died last evening at eleven o'clock at the home of nis parents on Dunbar street. The funeral took place this afternoon at two o'clock at the Ballali chapel and interment was made there by Undertaker R. C. Jones. Many Ways to Lighteji Homework Because the war has made so many demands on their time. American women have had to seek shorter,' . , aaiier ways to accomplish homd1 : duties. | Many women hare secured an extra' half-day's knitting time on washday . by turning to FeTs-Naptha soap. It makes boiling and hard rubbing un-1 accessary and tremendously shortens, [the time and labor of wunday. More?the Fels-Naptha way gives' 'time for knitting, while the clothes are actually being washed. Simply rub garments with Fels-Naptha and let] them soak while you do something else. When you're ready, a little rub- ! 'king and a thorough rinsing art) everything needed to produce tbor* t eughly dean clothes. Try Fels-Naptha for all washing and I cleaning?the time and effort aaved ' will surprise yon. simple directions inside each tod Ciipwitfae Baying Being Carried On?Crepe Reportei Upon. T. Coo pera tire burins wu the princl 9*1 topic discussed at the meetlpg of the Marlon County Farm Bureau, which wan bald on Satarday afternooh hi tfa county agent's room In the court home. There wae a good slied tunaout and much enthusiasm was apparent. W. C. McCouac. connty agent, aaka that all members desiring to purchafie add phosphate or ground lime akd^Ji place their orders with him before next Saturday. The approximate prl , cat f. o. b. are aa follows: Add phosphate $2185 ton; ground liine, $5 4b ton*. A new set of officer* were elected nt the meeting. They are as follows." President. W. H. Mauley. R I}. 4. M> nongah; rice president, Thomas K Jones, Fairmont; secrretary. E. D Curry. Monongah; treasurer, Cleor. Brand. Farmlngtou. The bureau de ! elded to place a telephone in the office I of the county agent. Mr. McComas may be communicated with at his of 1 flee in the rnflrt hou?c. In the near j future he export to corcr the count> on a regular schedule and the farmer., at least will have a alight idea when he will make, his regular trip. Reports showed that the wheat crop was all right. Some of the member questioned whether there was as; much wheat as last >-ar. The potato crop is in doubt somewhat, but timel; rains may bring it around. It la probable that there nre not as many potatoes planted this sea-ton as last. > Corn has been planted monger than : ever before and garden products have . been boosted much In practically all sections. The extension department at Ihe West Virginia University at Morgan town has Stated that Wheet has increased 25 per rent over the state and potatoes have increased 50 per cent in acreage. It is probable thai some sections may have been more fort tin ate than Marion in securing rains. The department believes that add phosphate has brought the be 1 reunite t> the farmers In this county. The Marion County Farm Bureau has a membership of 400 on the l> into-, hut unless memberships are paid with dispatch delinquent? will be ur.tppc.i In the future no literature will be sent to them nor wll they be given the op portunlty to avail therilselvcs of the cooperative buying which the organization carries on. July is the opening of the association's new year. Rain Helps Local War Garden Crops Last night at 9:30 o'clock a heavy storm broke over Fairmont. The lightning was sharp and a brisk rain fell i for a time but only aggregated .16 of Catarrh Cannot Be Cured rlth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, thry r nno( ?<h the teat of the dl?eu*?. Catarrh la i Liood constitutional diaense, and lu ordt-r to ? arc It fott mast take Internal remedies. Hill's Catarrh i are Is taken Interoaliv. and acta dir-tl.- upon the blood and xfi'iioua surfaces. Hail's i'&tarrb Cure la not a quack mouidue. It n a a prescribed by one of the best physicians In tbla , country for years and U a nituiar presrrtptlon. It ! cotnpo?*d of the heat tonics known, comlined with tha.boat blood writer*, acting directly ,<mN the -mucous aurfacea. The perfect mbltatlon of,the two ln*f*tllents Is what pro* t -ices asch .wnsCerfnl result* la curing catarrh. >* 0 for twntlracr.lats. free. F. I. COENET * CO.. Props.. Toledo. 0. Sold br Prnffhts. price 75c. Ifttes Hall's fially Pill* lor conitlptUote r : Loving Riv: ? They share the secrets that help to add to her youthful charm a to keep hen. Tonight it it tl Pompeian BEAUTY Powder, that adheres so smoothly to t! nock, imparting an exquisite and fragrance to the akin. Tfcethrec new Pompeian prepar here have met with great tuct York. They can be used sepai getheraa a "Complete Complexii They are guaranteed pure ard makers of Pompeian MASSA < fiompei 'Beaut/ (teu Adda a pearly cleat Stays on unuaually ^ PomHian BEAUTY P S'SfiflSS FmVUm BLOOt A roast ttwt aid* tht final touch < rm Bi t 11 * m n I Pompeian DA Y Crt rwfa. ikinawaae. THE POMFUAN MANUPACTt tm tONHM Aw, Cunu* H * A GRE> o? to SI M women'. atraat ??n M IB gtntkOB. TOtlM, aflk, popNn linen, pongee, ate. choica $6.00. Up to 6M. women'* a ilk draeaea crepe da chine*. tafTetas. aattna, crape meteor, etc. cboica 915.00 $2 00 Junior white linene dre*s ea in site* 13 to 19 apecial 91.00 $2.50 Women'* white gaberdine aklrts stae* 25 to 30 91-50 up to 12.00 women'*, mioses and children1* ready to wear sport hats Me up'to ??.00 little girls silk poplin coat* in freen. rose purnlo and bHie. $3.08 .? up to $V?0 surpentine crepe kimonos for women $1.50 up to $2.50 women's house dresses in lewns, percales ' and gingham ail sizes, choice $130. up to $6.00 women's wool Jersey Bathing Suits $4.38 j Doys and Girls cotton Jersey vne pi"ce bathing suits sizes , 22 to 30 , 50c | hark * ON "ECONO* ! an inch. The rain did a great deal ot ; pood Icr the war gardens because tho ' vegetation was very dry. In some section? ol the county the rain was very light. Generally there was not sufficient rain. ? Thp members of the Iowa Tlontai Association re.-cntly pledged them I...., si a? t..l.l. K'-ivt'x uji l I u.-ie ail) iiriirriui.i, tapplies or equipment made In, or supplied by. Germany'' fur jtl years after the close of the war. WEAK, RUN-DOW!! WOMEN ' Thit Letter Will Show You How Other Women Keep Up Strength. i Clnvelnnd, Ohio?"I keep house for I my husband and myself and got Into a : weak run-dawn condition, no strength, languid and no ambition. After docl torlng tor a while and getting no betI ter I tried Vinol and to any surprise !t built me up and strengthened my whale system. "?Mrs. Wm. II. Dawson. The reason wo guarantee Vlnol is became It is a constitutional remedy containing beef and cod lirer pep tones, iron and manganese peptonates end glycerophosphates, the most suecesaful tonic i known. Crane's drttg store. Fairmont; Pre-cription Pharmacy, Manningten, and I Druggists everywhere. als flflHHH the younger older lie the powder J?Sr be face and pearly luiter ^ ^ shown " in New LHB^Hb vh. or ^ Sf 1 w.Oa? ^^Fjj E/ Xijjl WSLA i f 4> dp to make the S Fourth 1 wday f wr'in T M'" Mtiri ort, I! 00 wainM*! white akg^^| I ozN.tis and rmmpt MkB or neolla. solaa tal 2 I t to 8 pair woman'* pum IMiIhbH I white, black, .biwm, champagne color pafe > ""' *5 00 women'* giawaUe epH waist* in white, fPee ami J or*, choice men'* gennta* Paajj^H I hats sue* t\ to 7% |MH Men's genuine Palp BaadH suit* light and dafk aka^H slaej 31 to 44. -? !? iVigrij jM Men's fancy wool gref pPM^H Kool Kloth aolts ? a > s *5 t>o light color pfl Kloth Knlrker antta ataaa to 17. special I ''?""?I up n *2.50 Boy's waah atrip 200 to sell choice ??' ?tyCo*NE* " Bell-an Absolutely RemouM Indigestion. Drug^H refund monmr if II L.IJ Fbm||H ilvHifDvii For Sale Family movttg deatraa ft flH po## of certata article* of hold fnrnttare. AaoRf clee are: S Cm Heater*, 1 Cm ftaMH Princes* Bureau, Small Kitchen Chair* and Two Sectional Hand Wardrobe*. 64-inoh Roll Top D**k.| Valour Covered Comfcfl Six-Piece Verenka OwHI Parlor Bull*. Lawn Swing and Lawn Maw^H Wheeler A Wllaan Sewing In*. Dining Room Table and CM^B 612 BENONI AVI^H ^S f M L.