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? .I, >.n, ji i iimii <i | y1r? vw J euwiUi! Mmm rn MM Mary Mm wtu Imti nasti Bksalt for CIsvslMI, Ohio. where aha < win ?pmi MW?] VMM with har p atrab KrsWsdartc O flarith Mr. and!' Mrs. MUh moved racoatly from 1 ttaw I* Orrelaad. Ta Lwvi Tomorrow. UMWt aad Mn Glena Hall. I who M ban the imaate of the lot I . tar's mother, Mra. Aleda Solder and I Jl tha tomafi annt, Mn. csrtia ITptoa. I la this dtp. Hows tomorrow for the I Mast Uaotraant Hall had been ata I Monad at Port Moaroe. Va.. In *o?ern I maht earvtre They have spent the I pPft VMt WHB MWULenani rtsil* par- I sots at PuMmen, W. Va. I Returned From Trip. Coagreaeman aad Mm M M Naoly have returned from a tftp to Now Tark. Mr. Neely erno here aad re-1 turned to Waahlagton. Mrs Neely, atoppel off for i fctr day* in Washing ! tap. Alfred Neelv la 'Pending sev j effci months la Washington with his < mW. ' a | Had Enjoyable Oanco. TV dance given last evening by the ; of Catuaibe* and Court Joan j affie Daughter! of Itabella. traa: , a Moat anjoyable affair and vaa large ly att?lad. 8kinner'a orebeatra far MM the music for the denrora and aJgMh traa aerred dnrtag the later | a a Kara on viatt. Mm. I. B- Parri?h aad children. V Rlcttrd aad Margaret. of Baltimore are Mala at the home of Mr. and Mfe. Paetna Parri?h at Worthington ! - Mire. Thomaa Fernum. the mother of l?d. Parrteb. ta also a gaeat at the Patitill home at Worthington. Mr*. B. B. Ptrrlbh la spendlfig aeyeral days v km ?Bh Mn. Ernest Sherwood on * Mfoa Tarraea. . o a I Recital at Worthinpton. I TV pupils m music of Mrs. Jo i sapifaa Haymond will give their first pteao aad voice recital at the First1 t Cbrfatian church at Wortbington on' Sunday evening. July 14. A free will ' offering will be tahen at the door for i the benefit Of the Ladies' Aid S iciety of tho cburoh. The following will psr ; Uclaate la the program: Clarire - Oakaa. Mildred King. Olpnb Millon. mm CMm, MM MHten, otgan firI i m HuM 4Mb" Virginia Bryan , Derto Pariah. FTankle Davit, Mary \ Brant, Cannon Cvanglllata, Hattie Bradley, Bath Ball. DeIcy Wood* | Paarl Jaokaon, Jamaa McDenlei. Car! a ? ' PBICKETTS CREEK " Mr- and Mra. Thomas Lambert and ' three children apent the Poarth of ' July with Mra. Lambert'a mother. . . Mra. Jane Carpenter and Mra. Katie , Trivia called on Mra. Annie Leeaon I ae day laat weakMr. aad Mm. Zehlln Heck were shop ping M Fairmont Friday laat. Mr. aad Mra. Thomas Leeaon were (hopping la Fairmont Saturday laat. v Mr. a*4 Mm. Homer Pool and three SklMvea Flaked Thomas Kirk Sunday : * Mlaa Hancy and Edna Reeve* visit ed Mr. end Mra. Manuel Leeaon Son : day laat a . ? "A SPLENDID TONICn Saya Hiina LWy Wkc, Ota Deo tar'f Advice, Teok Cardai i i a. u at a Bnoa, Taau.?"About 10 yaar* ago 1 4m. .aaye Un. J. B. 0*4(1, of this place, "1 suffered with * ptln I* y Mt side, eo*14 aot sleep at night with thlo pain, alwara In th* loft al4o... ! HIT doctor told mo to noa Oardul. I took no hottlo, which halpod mo and aftar my habjr can*, I waa stronger and hottar, hot th* pain waa atlll I at drat lot tt go, but bagan to gat waak and in a -run-down condition, ao I dad dad to try aona nor* Cardnl, k Which 1 did. k ' TUa Mat Oardnl which I took uada We much hotter, In fact, cured n*. It V haa bean a number of year*, atlll I f. hare no return of thla trouble. > \ I foal It waa Oardul that cured me, !] and^Ijreeoamaad it aa a aplandid fail ' Dent allow yourself to become ^ ..Waak and run-down from womanly H taoublaa, Tak* Cardnl. it ahould aura!? ^.thoa mmmmm w? wib?i WVD>VIK US Ul? pHV IV ywi. Heedsche backache, aldeache, feeling. are all algse of womanly tronbio. Other women rat relief by taking PvMi Why Mt jro?T All dru**i-'? rBLAaTTEAT'I^ NIcoUne-Sulphate. for blight I 'I tod bug*. 1 os package. 2Sc, I i- I Crane's Drug Store |j Announ , I ha\j opened a and encra^'n^ shop in the Mason Temple on where I will be glad to needing Work of this k an teed. Prompt delive ' ent feature. I B. H. F - I ^ VFATCH REPAIRING I ffew - . *24 Jefferte ! ? -^-5 AL EVENTS 1 Defer fecial. Tomorrow afternoon from ! H B j'eloek the annual Dollar fecial of tha Ladles' Aid ?f Orpee Lutheran p.hurch will he held at the home of Mrs. H. Lee Look on Columbia street. All members are requested to be pres-1 ?nt aad to take their dollar. I Tiabelte ii drclf. The Isabella Thoburn Circle will mm at the parsonage or the Pint II E. ehureh with lire. oQodwtn tomor- j row evening. An integrating procraiu 1 haa beaa prepared for the mealing 1 aad a aaiea turn oat la dseired. I pgaONALSj IIrt Harry Weinberg la la riartga btirg, the gueat of her aieter. mB.' Harry Hood. Mrs. Hood la recovw-1 lag from a recent aevere illness. Mr*. William McLane and aoaa> Charles ind William, of Writ Unuff*. are gue*t* of Mia* Eleanor Straigwtj on Chicago street. Glenn Staalev haa returned from Cgnip Lee. Virginia. where he ha? visited hi* brother. Lloyd Startlerj who had been til, but who ia now" about recovered -J Mra. Joseph Taylor haa returned J from a visit with friend* in Clarka-i bury. Mr* Edgar Davi* and Mis# Jessie j enahaw, of Clarkaburg, were visit- T on in tke city yesterday Mr. aad Mra. J. O. Palkenatetn and < children. Jesate. Billy and Paul, have | returned from a vlalt of ten <1n*a with | Mra. Falkenatein'a slater*. Mr*. Ed; Darta and Mr*. John Nixon, at Mt. > Pleasant and Greensboro. Pa. Mr*. James Edwin Watson. Jr.. and j son. James Edwin Watson, III, lett today for Parkersiburg. where they will spend some time with Mrs. Watson's parents, Mr. and Mn. B. P. Blackford. Mra. John O Morgan and children j have gone to Mt. Lake Park, Mi., where they will spend the remainder of the summer. William L. Geppart. editor of the Clarksburg Telegram, was a visitor In the city yesterday. CHILD ILL. Mary Elizabeth, the Iftle daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. J. E Shuttlesworth. of Buffalo avenue. Bellview, la vColli with cholera infanlum. Trade unions in Wisconsin aim > >J secure a minimum wage of $13.30 a week for women < n bloved in industry.' Berlin, Germany. had 302,000 union workers in 1913. It now has but 130.-' 04 0 DOCTORS GIVE REASONS FOR j SPMKG FEVER Explain Its Real Meaning. "The naujf Spline Kever." said a well known physician in conversati m he other day, "is a misnomer. and is' largely (l*ure of apeerh uied to ('escribe the peculiar lassitude. that o' many people complain of at the ,p.ration of our winter months. It! ': a pliysiologh al condition well nown to the medical profession, ami is not a fever at ail. but a general letting down of nature's forces, par ticularly the nervous centers, due. to ihe deficiency of iron and phosphor *13 both of wliiiji are absolutely nee , ..ry for the maintenance of bodily t'Vrrp 'Of course," he continued, "the ex rctsive meat eating. the loss of greet vegetables end of oxyren. of which there it so little in the average he .t cil house, all play their part. The re-, tilt is that nature Is calling for an increased output of the vital force, during the winter month*, and this uemand meant more ph<>. nh >rotis ] and iron. For it is these two potent rmedies combined, which are nature's armament in her defensive war-. 'are. With the advent of warm weat'ie -. the pores act more freely and the ! < :rt slows up and that peculiar las-' ; itude' which we call Spring Fever is manifested. "And the remedy. Doctor." an interested listener asked? "Why my r'car air. the remedy for these starved nerve and blood centers is Phosphat-1 ed Iron . But there Is no reason why we should ever reach this point, if we would, from time to time take that well known remedy. Phosphated Iron r.r.d so mauirc u the physiological balance, as shown by our color, our 'ease of well being, push and aciiv llv, all of which are necessary to : make life worth while" And the Doctor was right. Spcclsl Notice?'To insure doctor*, ind their pst.ents receiving the genuine Phosphated Iron, we have put in i n.l.. Tl A _ 11 J ? - i ..peuivr fun*. mi nn[ anow ai*aiPi" i o auksiituip tal>l?t* or pill*. Inain i >n Tapani"* Mountain City Dnijt Ca., and leao ' nc druKtrlita etrerywhero. cement first class repairing the rooms adjoining Jefferson Street, be of service to those ind. All work guarry will be a permanranus AND ENGRAVING in Street * * 5353m522^T2!!u!2EI!I25225SS^BHHE522 A . ConsoL Directors h Declare Dividend BALTIMORE. July 1??Director* of the Consolidation Coal company met j | here and declared the regular quarter-i, ly dlvidond of per re.-' Itlipay-,. able July SI to stock of record July JO President WtK- r n;bt .^>e the company ia distributing IU output or coat aomewhat more freely under the government management of the road*, j There I* If* de'ay In obtaining car*, n? til* unl tet:M< n of the road* ?eem* to re*ult in quicker transportation and rr >re ready unloading. He alao reported *atl*factorv earnings for the company during the firat half of the year 1 ? By ItM it I* eiper.tfd that there will be 1,000*000 m?n working on our ship* 1 and equipment. Ji I No Merchandised] ed Prices, But Soli The unusual condition* nniet n?j prompt* this action. And we tomers will appreciate our po* i\i< living heed to the splendid value: Mid-S and IV A dispersal fraught ? volve much less than usual Dresses. There are certa \ ou should give first cons Many of the materials again at any price. (ian will be double the regular 1 ,IC m Sale I'1 <* Dresses Comlnif Just when ' : every woman is / thinking of vaca- -T- / j tlons?and of appro- j Li 1'iiate clothes?this occasion Is one of especial trimliness and helpfulness L?J LI Wash Dresses White ar Entire stock includ,?e die, Voile and Net Dresses dies in the most desirable The pr $6.75 Dresses $12.00 Dresses $7.50 Dresses $15.00 Dresses High-Grade S ' Priced J 'j 11 Suits $22. $35.00 ^ Sizes 16-18 for Misses S5S5SmISSSSSS5SS5SS5SSSS55SSSSS5SSSSS t? . 3. L Green Helping Looal Draft Board C. L. Oreen. who Is la charge of the Employment Relationthip department jt the Coaaolidattoa Coal company.' ha* Wn appointed to repreaent the' rnlted Sitter Department or labor., r 8. Pnbiic Serriro Retiree. fn ron-i Insctkm with the local draft board. In placing draft men lato prodactive ac-i tlTltien under the recent "work or right" ruling*. ?> Canada haa !8 7 chaplain* "erring with the expeditionary lbwee* orer' teu. meat In Rowland. largedatReduc- \Z d for Cash Only ; which we have to do buel feel mire that our rood rttem nnd approve the rhanite by a offered tn thla sale, ~~~ FRID/ umme tosses' S fith real and largfe ec?nomie I prices i?r Summer Coats, in facts connection with thi ideration. i in these garments will not b ments oi the quality of fabric prices o I the present. > . II in the Prettiest Style id Daintiest Colors d?beautiful, sheer, filmy w (. Also Ginghams, Voiies a colors. ices are as follows:? $4.95 $18.00 Dresses $8.95 *2fc5fi Dream .... $5.45 $25.00 Dresses $11.25 Sizes 14-16-18-86 uits ot Cloth and Jeri luch Below Value True there are not so of them, but that does nt fact that the prices at \ arc being offered in this not purchase the mate v.hich these garments ai Included are Jersey C ardine, Tricotine, Serg ? nlors are?Navy, Tan, ( Green, Giege and Copen. I *75.00 Suits J \ $57.5;; Suits $ B SuMsJ m .so 75 $30.00 Suits $ 525.00 * Sizes 36 to 4814 fo * FwmontBoyBe^t' For U.S. Photo Woft Rtbert L. Kiakeed. who ku torn , la training with the photographic de- < firtant of the Aviation corps at 1 Rantnul. 111., hu been certified to ' Washington aa twins ready for over- ' mu duty and will probably receive c his call within a few weeks. Mr. 1 Kiakead took his first training at ^Cornell Uaivetatty and was tbea seat "da i to Rantqpt to laieh. aad he. wHh*ta? J of Mo fOttoV student*, are the only three thae*far to have eattafactorlly consisted tide rooms " tn.ygiaa* eapaafctta oa Praaalan rail- < ftpfVl la Fraaar ta mafea war Wl-P* o. JiY, JUL r Sale < iuits, C( ? which in* Styles of Suits and taste for at k IP sale that There ari .. . ., point to atten e obtainable : slr.Y/r now It is a sa ?a 4 ra A ma iievam roiiow r S J NJ? A is? S liite Organ- These inc nd Organ- Chine, Barone Many bra teinoon styles r.i t>I _ _i $13.75 1 aupe, eiacK l>16.75 $55.00 Silk Di .... $18.75 S39.50 Silk Dr l to 46 ;ey No Sale very many >t alter the vhich they sale would ^ rial) >from re made. Jjj lloth. Gab and silk / . rJ jrey, Rose I ) \ !43.50 Jffl 137.50 ' k 129.50 ;A 118.75 r Women "?i? * j. - . ."i _ ' a II >' .1 .. 'ill rhriftfltamp Holder j Latest War SotiTenir % tkwt tnnllii ?tN | Deo ptra thrift stamps lor "Mpa" aadl ! >thar toamoaplaco mm ara balac1 nade of then th? 11 tie raeaptacla got tut by Tba National Bank of ratnaont jaet tba thteff. It ii a neat eallalotd wear a Mb a pad a( waaad papar slips ' hertta. it U a elMty war Mutantr. M Farmers Should Baiee More Wheat; Every farmer ebQaW eeed Mae'' ikNt tble fall aars W. B. MeComM. I "odfry farm a#wt There fa fata <*fi (? (far tpoHfec. be declared. aa?Ij Kfaygpl'd be m taereeee ofV'leeetl wWySee per teat. 'J ThwMky ^ Remnant and < Pre mutiny Many \ Y 12 of Woi )ats, Di these garments are not exti east another season. > other reasons why you sh d this sale but these are sulf le of real opportuni ?voir "J ii iii J BI -rgg-iw ome Exclusive Silk Go Into This S lude Georgette Crepe, Priht it jSatin, Silk Jersey and Tafl tided effects, two piece sport . Colors are Blue, Grey, Bi and White. resses .... $40.50 ' $35.00 S esses $28.50 i S25.00 S $18.00 Silk Dresses ot Women's and M Offered These Adva Beca , splendi T**' ties, bu k J A ble rea 4l jF *h/fry\ made ( M /mi The l\)f LJtr z^f A vortom WvfM R? fj lie. M*ny J h' throu& \ \ pjf] $75.001 \ 1 idLJiS $6000 < A $50.001 Aifltif/ $4500 $354)0' / * $25.00 S 13.75 . iUr'. . V-i . tt i " w w 5^'' rn?mmmmmtm i i > , Jk >*^a 25552SSS5SSE555SSBE^1??JL15 H Phones 1105,1106? 1117.1 JSSvelKr ai&i <* fHjUl I MFm &? - lerrew?Unmfdej, il biT?itoiy v , Jtrtjrl8ih J C^CtFMMC fltfe ) "* -?^\J 9 I mens cesses 1 reme and will be in f?od ould make it a special I icient rs to make the meet ef. H ^ ' \ uressses i ' Arc || I ed and Plain Crepe de :s models and many af-B ege Mignonelle, UH ilk Drcssra $2n.KA' ilk Dresses $17.50 ; $13.75 lisses Coats Ever I I 1 intages ! use no Co$t sale of | d cloth and worknuuf-J as ever held under like 1 ons. Someofthetoo we have considered ! hoice styles and:i|^H it for some unaocount$fl son our customers hafcm >ther selections.. collection incudes Sft-J es, Serges, Jerseys, Qfra iavy, Tan, Silver MijH Rose, and Reindlirjl ovo 'ion^OAmolv Itiiiifl ai v uciiiuuviucy iuiv^I i hout Coats mSM Coats $4&001 Coats $!7J$K Coats ..........SSn Coats ?? ! ' I ,? f, ' j I'ltafcn i.-ti .