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I ' f IN THE 1 FRONT ROW i fcl j ?"t^r .- ?irf* HKAOLINEKk TONIGHT. Mitiical Comedy. Hippodrome Cheer-Up Girl*. Pt-stnolry:. Dixie Toe Hom?- Trail PrincMa At the Merer of Mmi Nelaon Rlu* Ky?d Mary " 1| D ?*C0K TATTV arhvku; ^ will produce ten tomedie* duritir * * the rotrt'i-ea on, are?*4tmg t<. the present plrir. So tncce**fu! havr b>*n th? two reel travesties that Fatn A.h4<>l? bat produced that the exhibitor lou-J in their demand* for more box office winner*. Therefore, It m e> Hj^^aected that .he Jovial "Fatty" will e* Htend hs': product on from ' ?h' to t-n Htcme.-lies a year. I At the Arbneitle Undine in T.r.i,jt Bench. Cal.. th .. 'it' HttdtucJ "A Couat."' Hero." "On; But." "The Bell Bov " "\i ?.,i-hire." KmI Night. Narwe." a il "The cook "| Hfei the completion of the la'ter Hedy tbla week, he will iramcd'ato' Hart work on a new picture "-eh taking bia taaal weeks vacation. Hot only doe* Fatty Arb'tcHe pro-' H the tun. bit: he a' directs. I H and writes bis rtm ronR"ti>-* H Musleal Comedy at H.pp. Jffollowirg a nnraher of nius.'V < tm /djr tabloids that have hen nearer musical rrude7ille than s.rrlrht mu m alral comedies, the Cheer l*p Girls 1/ that make their how ai the Hippo-j W drome tor the tirst time today, ought' to peore a hit for at least stiekinr to the teat, to apeak flcnratirely. Kvery k bill the new company will present ha< a connected atorv which do. a n.o.e than serve to introduce various r|>? W dalties. During tin- < iui e of the pi t k Mlsa Mozer will present dancing sp" P dalties. Mr. Bert York rnd Ben Merits sslll oiler eorae rood comedy songs.1 and a nappy cbo-.if o' :-cv~n dance:-, and aongetera aim to justify the tl?!e of "The Cheer I'p c.ii 'r.' c ~*~ Waatsrn Drama at Dixie. A stirring program is on the bo*:4. tar theJDtsle today, the first offering nVIQB "Tit flODlf i r?n i'-di ui . i! Kan Shlpman and Alfred Whittr.aa Tha aacond half of the show is th? etory of W. J. Flrnn. the world re nowaad detective and formerly will tha U. 8. Secret Rert e. producing 1 atory baaed on the oxj-r. e of Oermr.i 9 spies aad plots in the I'nlted State 1 rather of these stories is good enough to be featured. June Caprice at Nelson. la "Bine Eyed Mary," showing at the Nelson today, Miss Caprice has sit of tha best stories of her cercer. It ?'ves her a chance to display drs. me. e ability far beyond anything she has iiucmpted before. She Is the daughter of a man who. I 1 yt.-rs ago, hat been disowned by in. wealthy mother for marrying "beneath ? his station." The father has made a failuro of lift and June, called M ir in the play, goes to New York to el . tec. a reconciliation. The granumolh W er Ukea Mary but a nephew who uCiioming to get his aunt s fortu . fixes on Mary the charge of attciu; lag to rob the aunt'a safe. Thin*-; l bad for Mary but an unexpected de velopment comes into the story at this A point an devcryibing comes out jtt t the way aha dreamed it would Mist V Caprice gives an excellent pc.-f .11 WF aaca. This girl, who has been a n now hat two years, seems to grew hot tor alt tha time. Her dramatic cl? iity waa narer ahown to better effect. She carries the play and of course brings it to a delightful conclusion. simUm ttnau at PpineMi. Alice Brady l> cast In the leading * parte of a atorjr which It laid in strifeton Russia. The scenes are nut ex aggorated la the least, as a matter of 4 fact they quite common the treats of Petrograd. The intcre? t thla country has in the political and nodal adjustment of Russia's difficulties, makes any story picturing life j and conditions there all the more In toreatlag. i| "Ctunfc UW8" ? Dave Ferguson, soon in northern West Virginia the past season with "Very Good Eddie" provided the en ! tertainment at the Friar's club in New York oa the occasion that Bill B. Van wee entertained, having Beth I.ydy, Sydney Qreenstreet. Harry Delf and the chorus from "The Rainbow Girl," Whiting ft Bert. Chic Sales, Nte.t I.eipalc, and Eddie Miller. ?Naiimova. the peat Ru??iau actreas. will be seen In the picturesque dance of the Katitch g.rls in her forthcoming production, "L'Occtdent." ?The Ideal theatre which for a long time waa the first movie institution to greet those who came in on the Clark bnrg and Mannington car line*. Is now gone forever, aa a picture house. It j had been closed ainre Mr. Carlisle cast hie fortune with a western farm, end Mr. Cunningham had not bt^n able to Interest anyone In it. Mr. Hime lick who bought the Denham Furnitnro ?t I* n?!n* the riser as a store room, and l? having it thoroughly at-; I frcJ and repaired. POP.* 1 Local Goal Price I Is $3.75 Per Ton Chmrles W. Brans. Fuel Administrator for Marion county, ha* Axed I the prlee of roal at $3.75 per load for a r.adsonable brul. permitting cuiI % tourer and dealer to get together I ' tvher the haul la not "reisonahle." The prlee fixing was attended to in 1 B the hope that epople will lay in their B winter supply of con! early. Tho roal ' I feed laTalrr.ion? routes tnoetly front v-agon mines. Thir i* government B prlee and $1.15 far hauling, vhirh is I roaaldered reasonable In comparison to prices for other things. I ? a i * I ' A codfish which was cut open re- t I tently la Hallo well, Me., revealed a i Ihii arhls an tneh hi dteaeter. I ~~ LOCAL soci Golf Tournament. -I Mr*. A I'olk was the winner of Saturday's aolf contest held at the < Fairmont Counry Club and was awarded the pr.re of ,.erer:tl thrift 'i ?<np?. Sixteen pi~: i'ipited in the J gfcate* which fere quite spirited A neat *um v.a* secured which will be ........ A ...... t . , ,.rnl?r k it fund of the Rod ( rem chapter A handicap i tnurnrment will be played next Saturday on the link? I Gccvi; ef Miea S>meo. Mi*." i.ou -< liox't*. of Mortrantown. _nd Mis* V rial: Hetfitt, of Man ninjttnn. are rufot for a few days ot Mian N'in* ' ? a" h'-r home on Maple avenue e Gueate - A'-,rant-oft. Mr* l/t Hdi.'i e> .1 and children. Sliw Helen and T.' . Jr. and sister, d."- Gccvier Raie. of Cincinnati. Ohio nguest* of V' red Mr*. C K. Hntrbintrn at ?c.a .. . oft Mi** Ka< ei rill re urn ta t mc'inni tv;? week. bat Mr* Hutcfcin*o.i cud ch.ldren will re I main hfre for ^e time longer. * B- O--.:e. A dare- !' -:vcj th'* eseninp the K.'ittr.o,! i ntrv Club, the p'o i'i , of v.1 i v..' he f'un to ?h. I" rai flel i ras. chapter. Invitation have le r (> tot, foi th? event and pr< at invita. on h extended to th Country Club m jb'r to h* p"--enl Ed. R rret'r <>- t-a o' Morgantavrn. will f<imi?h the rue e Th" rniu'ttee in <'narfce i, compo r.l of Kdp.cr llar.Tt!. Rrher Ritchie and Caul Hutchin on. e e Rutr.rvaur Sole. Th? |?die< the \V. ( T Of will; ! ?e a nimm..re ?ale be iv j.; Vac .y of this * on lite . < i .i;ni C o. I the Abe I||| : d p jee of hit IV oil Jnckaon sCte-. Any one l>av,11 contribution* v.iii phase notify M: Will am Den' I'hone <>42-J. *000 At Lr jq? Wetting. Messrs I' i M(C::w. Marry Do.-. A H Ka: J hn Connors. Cha> e. R. W i n \v k Itartmi \V. rial o . . i? Arm 1msip . ' lin fro.*, i r crdtd h m>< 'lirtg i)' tit \ r.f C lodge held V.' *ioa yestt-nlu.-. ? Birthday Party. The home of .Mr. and Mrs. W. II irett was the -eei of a pi' : > ; prsie when cliil?Jr?-r?. cra;ul.'.. I;lir .ii friends gathered innir of Mi ( -.reit's sixty-seen.'d birthday ann ,-er.ary. A very do' tln.ul progr;. was rendered whir-It ' or. .led of a. dresres. readings an I many music;.! niimbra The day v.'.i enjoyed l>y all. and in the evening a amptu.ju* b?etii d-..v dinner was re.-v.-l whieli was fur ?"?h?4 by the guest'* At thir. meeting plan* were made for an annual reunion of the (itrto'l family and officers i.ere elected as follows: President, fc-nme W. Gcrr?'.t. of Fairmont, and r-notary, f)r. Krrl F. Hartley, of .ml. Mrs. Garre t received many i. ptifut and u<eful gifts, among Ii was a hundred dollars in gold firm her husband. The friends and .stives present were Mr. C. M. Gar ndn daughter. Maud, of Paden, . \V Va ; Mrs. H. L. l.yon and ' liters. Miss Ronnie and Rernlee. ' : on, Vernon, of Haywood. W. Va.; II. L Mungrave and daughters. - i Pauline and Manrine. of St "t'rvr, V.'. Va.: Mrs. Hersche] Ice and on, John Tindr.ll. of Rarrackville. \V > ; Mr. and Mrs. .lerome W. Uarr?\t r.d son. Jerome Norman, of Fairmont: P rnd Mrr. Kerl F. Hartley, of Fair t i: Mr. and Mrs. Hrnest (larrctt and daughte-, Katlilcen. of Middle b- rtte. W. Va.; M r id Mrs. R V Thompson and il-u liters. Miss Thel ma and Freda, o. V. Hare. ? * ? Recital a*. Falrview. The pupils in rriiaic of Mr*. Jose .bine Hcymond will give a recital on I i-l......I,,. is ,1 \f I I. It I 41?'.? .Htlh' M' V" ? 1 K. church a; Falrvkw. A free will ( cffei lng will he taken at the door the | p-ocoeds to fto to the Dorcas Aid society. The following pronrara will! to observed: Piano, toua hand selec-' tions from Bilbro, Katherine McElroy; ! songs. selected. Kern Hamilton: piano.' Come and Play, polka. Miss Estelle Tootlimyn; song, "Little Wooden Shoes." (iarett. Mary Murphy; son*. "Into My Life She Came." Mrs. James P. Sutton: piano. "In Fairyland." Franr. Kdith Austin: three songs (Getaldine Farrar's favorite collection! -'In the Garden." Robert Srhu mann; "Lore's Secret Los'." Robert Schumann: "Sylrelin," Christian Sin-, ciing .Josephine Tennant; piano, "The P ; 'tic Walt*; Yankee Doodle." Grimm. Virginia Wilson; song. "The Humming Hird." Delafield. Mary Murphy; | piano. "Swinging?The Rose Bud,"j Kat'ovine McKlroy; song, "Vitla." Pp..">h waltg song. Josephine Ten nant. Attended Tournament. Mr and Mrs. W. D. Stockley have .." ' t orn Wheeling where the:.',' had i f en-it i the West Virginia Golf tourtiantcnt which was held last week at the Wheeling Country cltib. While in Wheeling they were guests of Mr and Mrs- J" 'eph Speidel at their coun try place at Kim Grave George T Watson was also present during the torunament. i' T# 3(? Tonight. The Young l.adie ' Atd society of < the M. I* T'oiple will meet this evening a: the Red Cross rooms to sew. I following the work hour a social half hour will he enjoyed and refresh-; ments 'Till he ,-ervesl. JJinton W. Va. Man Wounded Severely (By Arlui PffM) WASHINGTON*. July 15.? The army casualty list today shows: Kill-1 ed in action 14; died of wounds 7: 1 died of disease 7; died of accident and othfi cav.r-t 1; wounded reverel' IS; missiny l"ir| t;o. The list ioeludes: Wounded severely, Sergeant Wm. i D. Miles. Hlnton. W Va.: Chier Me- j -hanle Roy W. Sherman. Temple. Pa.; | Private Mcrny Leaniowsky. Younertown. 0.; Private Charlie F. Snider., Continental, O ; Frivata Chaa. W.j Williamson,- SafhSiaWrr,' Pa. ' I " ? WEST VIRGINIAN F AL EVENTS] loci."I Features to Mark Con'ererce In order to promote the *o<- al ?i<le >f the conference to be b?M at the Sairmont on Wednesday and Thurslay of thin week hy^the Home Sep tire department of the organizai: >n veral soril function* hare been arranged On Wednesday evening at six n'< lo? k a dinner w ill be serve I at the Country Club to whirh all aux iliary members who wish to attend are Jjtvite?) A general 1n\*itadoti ioud not he issued owing to limited fa'ilities for entertainment at the i lub Thur?l.'y afternoon at four ?>' i !o< k at Ked Cross headquarters a tea will he held to whlrh all Ked i ross member* are tnvitea. me men nf the tit- arc alx > asked to be pre* lit An auiomobile ride will also tn a feature of the entertainment of tht visitors. - f^RSONALTl lira. Fred i: Dunning left for he home at Wheeling today after pejid Ing a month with hor parents. Mr JttHl Mr' I.cwC Thomas. Her *ix;?r V i.s Klaa Thonta . accompanied become Mis* Thomas expect* to b< rone two or three weeks?Morgan ta vn Po it Dr. Orville Howard, of Sinithfield Pa , sp--::t y. sierdsv m the city th< eue ; of hi* b.utln r, l>r. L. It. Howard and teinily in Pom.. ir.tnia avenue. Com res.man M M Xeely spent the in-;: end with hi tartly in Watson at euro. Mrs. Jo cpliine Haymond and dauzk tor, Miss Kate Preston Haymond have moved from the Watson hotel It r.dl Cleveland avenue John MrCool, Jr. lias returned from Oklahoma where he had spent the pa t lew week*. Mr* W. I\ Xtuiim. of Belpre, Ohio ttiio had spent several days at Tin Fairmont. went to Clarksburg today to visit before returning home. Mrs. Jolui Jackson and daughter ,-Vs Kii/abetb. who had been th ;* of Mrs Margaret Montgomen i this city, have returned to theii erne in West Philadelphia. Ohio. Mrs Stark L. Baker ha* returned t< I'.everley after a visit here with het t"rs Mrs. Delia Shinn and Mrs '. lira Staggers. The latter who had i very ill remains in a serious con : lioi'. Grove Cunningham, of Wheeling cent the week end herp with hit nottier. Mrs rtaran < unmngnam. Mr. and Mrs. Pali irk Hoge havf turned from a visit at Cameron, \V Va. Mr. and Mrs C W. Swiger ami ii: lighter. Miss Kuth, are visiting rela lives in Salem Mist Bailor Bosserman left last nigltt for Staunton. Va., where she will spend several weeks with rela tivo?. In Staunton she will visit het i mndparenta. Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Bur -Ii and en route home she will visit her mint. Mrs Myrtle Burris in Washington. D. C. Col. R. L. O'Neill has returned from Atlantic city wh?re he had attended Hie Klks' convention. I?r C. I> Mitchell, pastor of the Centril Christian chnrrh, has returneil from Morgautown where he had attended the sessions of the eighth annuel convention of the churches of Christ. t. W. Kelley has returned from De rnit. Mich., where he had attended a . inference of agents of the New York 1 .!' Insurance company. Kn route ' onie he spent several days in Clevc' Ohio. M. F. Ashcraft. Arch Brownfield, I '. lis tight and Henry Cordon have I-treed from Atlantic City where thev hid a:tended the convention of the F.Iks lodge. Co,. Clarence W. Watson has return ed to Washington, after a visit at Fall mont Farms. MCr Katherlne Deegan and brother Leonard, motored to Cniontown yes t. Hay and spent the day. William M. Rogers, president of thr i rounirt or tnts city. is spend litfe ffvwil days In Wheeling. Mr*. George H Brohst nnd children sr? horn* from a trip to Allontown Pa. Mis* Clara f.eantan ha*- loft for Car lisle* Pa . hr former home, where she will spend a week with friends, l.a ler "he will spend three week* in Cunt Ik rland county. Pa., as a member ol the Woman'* Aid Army Prom August IS to 20 she will attend the summer sehool of missions at Mountain Lake Park. Hi The Misses Mepoll and Virginia Bur lineaine and little nephew. Master l.emovne Neff. of New Martinsville who had been the guests of Mrs A W. Blnn*. of Spring streer the past three v.eekr. will go to Clarksburg tomir row to visit Mr*. Pr. B. K. Swiger for several da*-* after whirh they will re inrn to their home at New Martinalille. MERELY THRITT T fear my cotton is going to marrv s very stingy man Whw *o* J ? . She snr:-?stod * tnornine woddine. 1 \t he ?nid to make It after tunrh on ho rrourd that ?he would rot one more menl at homo .-St. l.otiis Olobc tVmoornt. At THE NEI JUNE i BLUE EY J nut* is 'Blue Eyed Mary" an been disowned by his wealthy n Init at Mary'i door she determin ecom illation She la makine fln arandmtfner attempts to rob a si Sqiiar '. Mary ratchet hlui but h have succeeded in makine her o happen. The solution of the tn will please all motion picture got TOMC Jack Pickford in M] AIRMOKT. MONDAY EVE? rnws nil ! STUDf IS1 SERVICE Number of Them Will Be Present at Conference To Be Held Here. ? i ? In order that the bono service work limy be broushl biiore th clicss of th" state, prominent ! hool men of West Viririniii will hr I f . nt .'t the Home Service conferi ettce held in the Fairmont hotel on j ii iv an?l Thursday to hear th' ? >. ' :\ ;cc work pr r"nt?-1 by Mir: J.ylia Bassett, Junior Red Cross ?i -lor of the I'otomar division, and ..mcf-ni dirprtot Mr >f 11 '..l.ro-i. 1 er. . A nun.b'-r of due. tioiml nitr. havi I l? > i: '<> nip . I tore the | n 1<> re-it. instrui'ion ! pnot t<> th< ir a' op i;ed mi. -ion to * tt \?i-oii- trirh.r.' in.1-' it"- regularly held throughout the -tate dur. in \ugt: , . ml s ti ,ttb. i. where . (' y will .oldie tl: to-.' . Oil h?i'i wr > !" v.-orl; 'I'llin t:i a new leature. and has not n introduced at any previous cornet io the division. There is nni a more fertile field for the dis-eniiniou of liottie ervicc Instruction than t'.iIt the teiehers in our schools Ki.ets about this department of the Red Cros-. can be transmitted through the ehddren to their families. ?n'l 1 in: r,;- needed services will b" 1 rought to th" attention of tho.e rrgnced in' i I-. ill; n I lie., which would otherwise . go unheeded. ! ,'Barrackville Red Cross to Sell Eggs j! 2< Elaborate pian* are being made b;. j' Red t'ross auxiliary ot Harrai 1. i? vilb- for a benefit fair and festival to r b held on Friday evening of this wee!; M the proceeds of whic h will be used , I toward the purchase of supplies and .' o<|uiptnenl for the organization. The .iair will he held on the lawn In i front of the Chri-lian rhurcli and the 1 grounds will be lighted with lanterns. ' I All kinds of fresh vegetables, fresh | country butter, eggs and other produce ' w ill he for sale and refreshments cm ' j slsting of Ice cream, pies, waterrael' c ns. etc., will be served. .1 The public Is Invited to be present i : nd people of Fairmont are especial! 1/ invited to attend. The vegetables i 111 he taken from the gardens fresh . i en Friday and this will be a good op ; t.ortunity to secure fresh vegetables I for the Sunday dinner. Convention of Christian Churches The elRhth annual convention of ;the Churche of Christ in the Monon. ftaheia Valley was brouRht to a sue; I'ssful close yesterday with the election of the folio win* officers: O. P. Jones, president of the RenI era dlstrct. Rev. B 1|. Haynes, ManninRton. vice president, .Nfiss Leota Wrick, j secretary, of Marion county. I 8. B. Davis, MorRantown. vice pres. jidont. Plummer Core, secretary for I Monongalia county. A new war weapon consists of a sword with a revolver incorporated in ; the hilt. | MPS OF STATE? j CM MDIP1= II I Wheat Yield Will Be Alm?st ? a Million Bushels Over Last Year. ' ... - ' i, ; (Special Dispatch to West Virginian t , J CHARLESTON. July 15. ? H. E. , Bryant, field oReni of the Cnited State , . ! ! liinn-trry?vr?t t\f AvpCoitltiiPo 1? ? '? ! mnnil j JM. IIH IH *?? .lf,IUMIH||l , 1141' I^ltdi |?j | the following statement regarding j, ' i West Virginia crops: : e | "June was not favorable for crops,' ' ; as n whole, though West Virginia s| > | crops suffered less than some other j? districts. Corn is somewhat irregu- f, ' lar. due to rold weather and bad seed j p ' in West Virginia, hut still promises! ,j better than any previous year and as a a whole shows good condition. A; large increase is expected In tobacco I ? acreage, the prospects now indicating ss a crop probably equal to any ever pro- < dined in this state, l?,726.0o0 pounds i compared to 9,000.000 grown last I year. | "Wheat in this state is excellent. . as a wl.ole. though in som<- neighbor 11 i'oods. especially in a few field* In ' Wood county, weevil did serious dam- j age. Prospects now are for 5.278,000 ' bushels in this state compared to 4.-! IO.iiOO bushels last year. The United i j States crop is nop- expected to be I 577.3o9.000 bushels of winter whest and 333.6.73.000 bushels of spring' LSON Tsdav! - ?s ?????? CAPRICE IN E DMARY d Is the daughter of a man who has inther. When poverty comes knockes to go to New York and effect a o headway when a nephew of the sfe in the house in Washington I e puts the hlanie on Mary and might ut a theif If the unespected did not i auble comes out of a clear sky and era >RROW. BUCK AND TOM" TING, JULY 15,1918. Is Y'our Liberty Worth a Quarter? Then buy at least one thrift Stamp .1 day. Conservatw chandise is July 1 CSe. Tk Buying in thi^ ^ale i.? practical yourseives. Th that v? ill not again preva The Offerii of aii hinds of piece good' ces, trimming, ribbons, ings, Ginghams, Percales fkld Towels, Bed Spr Clearance Sale of \\ Clearance Sale of Si ( iearance Sale of Mi Clearance of Womer F?r more complete m Papers. I Make your}Yes it's going to be h dozens of conveniences tl weather and will prove t 1 gestions? C?ol looking Poi Vudor Porch SIi Sanitary Refrig< Electric Fans. SUMMER Silks and Sheer Fal ments. Women have never hi ty indulge their desire fc These filmy silks am hied with laces and embr a hit of ribbon, have a de table. downs, Sleeping Garm Suits, Princess Slips, omb Splendid Varieties?I heat compared to 232.75S.00n bushels f spring wheat and 413,070,000 bushIs of winter wheat last year. "Corn prospects now indicate a crop 1 27.CfiO.000 bushels in West Virginia lis year compared to 25,020,000 bushIs last year. The United States corn rop is now expected to be 3,180,000,1)0 bushels this year compared to .1,r.9.949,000 bushels last year. "Oats in West Virginia this season re expected to yield about 3.949,000 ushels compared to 3.SCI,000 bushels ist year. The i'mted Stales oats crop i now expected to he about 1,437,018,in bushels this searon compared to ,587,286.000 bushels last year. "live in West Virginia this season Is x pec ted to yield about 293,000 bush's compared to 270,000 bushels las> ear. The 1*. S. rye crop this season i expected to thresh about S1.004.00O ushels compared to fio.145.000 hushIs last year "Potato acreage in West Virginia is ightly less than last year nr.d proscts now indicate a crop of 4.137.00C ushels compared to 7,475,000 bushIs last year. This is largely due to aiuare to the crop rather than less creage. The T. S potato crop is now HIPPl Mati.ica at 2:45, 20c all saats Nig"ta at 7:30 a"d ?. 20c and 30c Hoey and MOzar'a 4*1 uneerup Girls In Sprightly Musical Comedy, Featuring Jeanette Mozar Bert Yorke Ben Marks and Famous "Cheer Up" Chorus. Change of Bill on Wednesday and Friday 5BBSB9BBSSSS9 tv j Ml Of Resouro Emphasized Ii Renmanl arance ? srsday July . one way of he'oiri" the Gov e best qualities of merchandi lil for many, many months. rags Will Include Silks. Dres jreds, White (i Ihmask, I)res< Linens, Linin , Cretones, Draperies. Curtail eads. Sheets an J Cases, omen's and Children's Hosier ummer Shoes. Ilinery. i's Ready-to-Wear. ews of the R'^m ' an rnd C't-.' lome a Haven fi ot? hot in then 'tire hot in tl liat will brinjf coolness and co o be worth many tir.ies their < rch and Bed R ?om Rurs. tades. Fiber ?rators. Ice Wa ' I INr.FRIR tries in charming undergarad a more splendid opportuni* >r beautiful garments. 1 sheer cottons, daintily trim oaideries with here and there licacy of beauty that is presents. Camisoles. Vests Union inations. >riced according to quality. ?(Second Floor Annex) ' exported to bo 406,0'tO.OOO bushels thin year compared to 442.536.000 bushels l in 1917. "Tobacco promises to .be a very j largo crop this year, present reports j on increased acreage and condition I July 1 indicating a crop of 12.726.000 ' pounds compared to 9.040.0tt0 last , year. The II. S. tobacco crop now promises 1,187,000.000 pounds compared to 1.196.451.000 pounds last year This is because Kentucky tobacco now shows a very low eondition. but as tobacco can recover quickly from drouth ( the Kentucky crop may yet outgrow i drouth damage "Condition of other erops is report t\l as follows: Hay, Sii per cent.; tinv (. Iiy, 84 per cent.; clover, 95 per cent.; alfalfa. 9 "per cent ; millet, 87 per ( nt.; pastures, 82 per cent.; field 111 A. M, to 11 P. M. DIXIE TODAY H Dixie Orchestra Tonight Nell Shipman with Alfred Whitman in The Hone Trail I A Stirring Drama of the West. |l i ?Also Today? The Eagle's Eye m w. J. Fiynn'a Remarkable II H atory (baaed on fact*) of Oar el H many'a tpiea and plot* In tho W H United Statea. TtTES?WED. William 1 Hart ?IN? TheTwofiiiMai [I ALLIES' OFFICIAL WAR REVIEW' (I Official U. S. Govern* I men! War Picture" -AND? ^|MUTTANDJEF^|| a & * ? * . \ j. .a^^ : *r T*v^ " W ' > PAGE t 1 AT POTATOES ' H (^2 SAVE ^ 1 ^vhiatMI J esAndMer- 1 n This 1918 J A 1 t And I iale I j| ernment end being: very 11 -e will be offered at pries : Renmants 8 j l?ods. Embroideries. Lajjs, Crash. Muslin, Sheeti Laces, Ne?<5. Linoleums* a nee Sale see Tuesday's roni the Heat 1 ie home. But there are mfort during; the hot I - ? I Porch Chairs. I iter Bottle. peas anil beans. 94 per cent.; tcmeleoe 92 per cent.; cabbage. N pgr sent.; v&jfl onlona. 94 per rent.; adrghue tar ay nip, 93 per cent.; apples. 49 per cent ; wool wt. per fleece, 49 posadl 31 per rent.; berries, 71 per OMt; watcrraelona, 8! per cent,; caste* loupea, 85 pr cent.; broom corn, ftps? cent.; wool wt. per fleece U poesle. These figures are for Weet Virginia." MOTHERS OF W. VAt-'"M When a girl becomes a woMaska ; i woman becomes a mother, am *! /roman passed through the changm el lirtdle life, am the three nmieii el .fe when health and strength an Hp.; : ieede?i to withstand the pais and dte* ross often caused b? erven organic pa, SI urbnnces. Many thonsande in W. va. . would testify Just as do the following: iW I'arkebsbvro, W. Va.?"Dr. Plena'a .? Medicines have helped me an^tjaMgad I weejtfnaJmnt Medical Discovery' for iMeaek i mi found it very beneficial. Thif an isith good medicines."?Mae.JonBeaMf^vi H7XDepot Street. WiirELivo, West Va.?"Dr. flatrt zam favorite i'rescriptlon Is a good amdMMK?j I found It just as line aa rsmalitr< After my little girl caam IewWB sll run-down, weak and nervmm, ajjM not eat nor eleep, and waa gNMly nw of a good tonic to build me VjmM 0 me strength, so I took 'httralRMp, tion' and about all bottles eomimf '. built me up In health and dnrntl. a splendid tonic for woman MdAgl|Hp recommend It'? Man. 0. E. UMr **" ilhmmmB IM "*' '1 1*9 '? V??I?IIMW W?WUW? HrsmsoTOg,W. Va.? ! kmM treat relief to Dr. PleeellweihBJ was auffering with wo?ni toUMp and thla caused mo to become wq |WP n out and weak, and In addlUowja IO| iuura were bothering me. I had h MM| . couth which I could not tot ltdI 1 really thought I waa goiM Into itoto I began taking Doctor totoinjgi 1 'r,"-r r'^tkin^nwMJoMw MwHcajTWrngg* cfnee* I waa cured of my ?It? .1 rough, and waa completely reetarad to health. I shall alwaya recoaaaeewi mm 3 mod Iclnet^ f'^r (What ^thej J Notice to the Public. My wife, ley 8wither, toll ay I home on the third day of Jaly wM> ! % out any ranee. and I will sot atcad I' good for any debt coatraetad by 1 her, f^n^Alit 1 . fj ' '* id' 7-" ' " J\ - v- y ?* y fgj - til