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wooded severely. 82; died e, tf; died of wooada, 15; ^B?j||jecHfeBt^iad Other ceases. S. Xeage, Seatte, Wash.*' Off !_' Texas. trt Ostrowakl. Chicago. 111. ^S^^8aaize. Winchester, Texas MBfcte>|g<Aw.aUj, 'Marinette. Wis. JwartSharp. Detroit, Mich. IWnaMa^ Anxiety, Strain Doe to War Breaking Down However, to Overcome All bould expect our health to Ic down these days. Whether you It or not, the war strain, uncery and anxiety has an influence our health. Overwork: plays a Nervousness not only affects jMBtoey and rest, but hinders the i9 easy, however, to revive and the system. A doctor 1 prescribe Hypo-Cod if you were -Tons, thin and thin-blooded, o loss, wasting Illness, and for HBpHMHa Jf overwork had worn lovnr He knows the drain upon H reserve mergy and strength IN. WUI|H1U1UU1U, DF rtdly stored to IBS ther caaesd by sick* Mown, nervousness, nust be built op Just jaeaas -take Hypom Id You Up. das hypophosphites n. manganese, iron, te -and sodium. It t extract. Iron, -wild select sherry wise, om fresh cod livers, taming and naaseatirmnla is printed on name Earle Chemlltee of full strength praise it and lealth. strength, apI weight, after ten the genuine in the ton. A bottld Is nseeded to wonder rulfnerease your appeinnmce and color, a?ll on jvurxewL.| A !'* ***** - *TerT'j RgTToy inn Oklahoma. ir L. Robinson, Warriors Mark, Newark. N. J. Jfctr Buicswick, w |i j rd, M gfefcS Died Of Disease. Hnbbard, Torrington, Conn. IWMj^KfcHaadriex, Newman, HI. Balboa, Canal Zone, Tex. d from Accident and Other Causes. Ienen, Galveston, Texas. If. Irvlnxton, N. j. ndcd Severely. n Vienna. HL CJsremost Ohio, a. Dexter. Maine. Bendy, Monroe. Mich. Shan. Roxbury, Mass. Floyd N. HoIHdajv Ahson Put, Pa. Thomas LeRoy Laweon. Cony. Pa. Clyde A. Moore. Carnegie, Pa. Walter G. Schulz. N. S., Pittsburgh. Pa Edward S. Wagoner. Indianapolis, Ind. Henry B. WIgen. Mankato. Minn. John Robert Williams. Burgaw. N. C. Bugler Joseph G. Geyer, Philadelphia, Pa. Musician Harry Johnson. La Crosse. I Wis. Mechanics? Alexander Sossowski, Detrolh'Mich Henry L. Teeters, Monessen, Pa. Cooks? John J. Foley. E. Stroudsburg, Pa. William Singleton. Norrlstown, Pa. Privates? Speros D. Andros. Lynn. Mass. Guy Bartolotta. Middletown. Conn. Yalmer Bentila, Demmon. Mich. Keal P. Be roth. Sooth Bend. Ind. William S. Bill is. McAdoo. Pa. George Blackburn. Rockwall. Tex. Joseph Blash. Philadelphia. Pa. William J. Brailsford. Providence, It I. i_Joseph E. Brozo. Turners Falls. Mass. Andrew J. Carpenter. Dickey, X. d. Hoy F. Carroll. Nobles ville, Ind. Arthur C. Carter, Corona. CaL Merton E. Coleman.-tihaca. Mich. Charles B. Fenton. Roslyn. Va. Vito Fioti. Kingston. Pa. Tino Flores. Red lands, Cal. Anton Horth. Rorchester. Wis. Earl Hntchins. Brockport. Pa. Clarence J. King. Marlton. N. J. Floyd Isah Lane. Castoriand, N. ?. John N. Musty. South Wales. N. T. James Edward Nagle. Matawan, N. J. Haron Newbury. Marcell. Minn. William H. Oelrich. Jersey City. N. J. Joseph Paxton, Milwaukee. Wis. William F. H. Schfdbach, Peoria, I1L Charles T. Schwingle. Naples, N. T. Fred C. Walls. Spargarsville, Ohio Claude E. Wernette. Caledonia, Mich. Ernest Dewey Vanden Bosch, Grana Haven. Mich. Dominick Castero. Tacoma. Wash. Ira E. Chaff man. Baltimore. Md. Harold Garfield Chapman, Brooklyn, N. Y. Nicola ColarossL Boston. Mass. Edward F. Cranford. Empire. Ga. Vernon L. Danielson, Maupaca, Wis. Come on. Fellers. says (3o66y.and eat pbstToasties ^_g<MKOFCOSN) They're i Women Sh ' When shall we need the women to * ?vlrsC tho rrirtrt? T,afi>r ' WU.C WC VU VUV ni?m? ? ? . ! on, -we are going to need women in ; increasing numbers, and now is the j time to prepare and develop plans | and policies, to build up health and strength, so that woman-power can be used to the greatest extent possible. Women should first be used in the lighter occupations. To build up health and strength the best herbal tonic, which has had fifty years of proven success, is Dr. ' Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Take this herbal tonic, and yon ; have a safe and certain remedy for ; the chronic weaknesses, derange: ments and diseases peculiar to the sex. It will build up, strengthen and invigorate every rundown and delicate woman, regulate and assist [ her. At some period in her life a t ?? ? - . Tired,Overwc What Yoa I War conditions have m mntJierls time atari enerov to do all in their" power f< comtmually overwork and raa-dbwn condition- Vint and iron toaie, will buil: strong- HERE IS "I suffc.od from * Dcrrous, rundown condition and loss of strength"; so It was hard for me to get aronsd sod do ray work. After other medicines had failed to help me Viaol restored my health aad strength and I heartily recommend it to anyme suffering, from a nervous, run-down" condition."?Mrs. R. M. Little. Crane's Drug Store, Fair nington by the Prescription everywhere. P. S?For Eczema of sea] ey pacKii_it tails. .. . "C . c:' v - '"i PWIlt> W. Fruer. MontpeUer. Vt. William J- Frontna. Lead City. 8. IX Robert Gibson. VdMDe; OUa Wilson EL Grave; West; Minneapolis. Minn. Alt Benjamin Harris. Balls Gap. Tenn. George. L. Harris. Nettleton, Ark. Frank EL Hogg. Homestead, Fa. Archie Gilbert Housand. Brooklyn, IndL John Jiombottistt, Amsterdam, N. T. Missing in Action. Corporals? Harry Leonard FrlsseD, August*. Ga. Edward H. MacDonald. Chester, Conn.. Privates? Ulysses Arhontous. Thorn psonville. Conn. William J. Bachman, Alien town. Fa. Lawrence L. Benedict, Rahway. ML J. Joseph Hooker Murphy. W. Philadelphia. Pa. Torval Nelson. Albert Lea. Mfrm Richard N. Nickerson, Grand Junction. CoL Erwin Eugene Ranch. Emaus. Pa. N Wallace Richard Held. Roxbo rough. Philadelphia. Pa. Charles W. Arndt, Allen town. Pa. Bradley O. Ellis. Elm wood. Okla. Wllbert F. Fee. Cut Bank. Ifont. Floyd L. Fredericks. Leeday. Okla. Harry W. Garland. Eunice. La. (Continued on page eight.) "How Use Doth Breed a Habit in a Man" ?Shakespeare I In hnying your Liberty ; i|i Bond By our partial payment S'l! plan, you have taken a step Piii forward which may revolu- j ?::! ilontze your future life. JLj Those who are coming to J B5 the National Bank of Fair ! mom ami matting uieii pay ments regularly are forming i I a habit -which. If continued. S j I cannot but lead to financial. Bp j I independence. We believe that anyone X j I who Is patriotic enough : W j I bay a Liberty Bond and who u | I meets his payments regular- M I ly. who feels the responslbil- j | ity of his obligations. Is wor- 3 j ti thy of every consideration mm i this bank can show him j NATIONAL 11 SANK of K|j|d FAIRM ONT amnp West Va.^^. Wv a 9 ell-Workers = woman requires just such a specM g tonic and nervine as this one which I Dr. Pierce used in his active practice j for many years and now is sold by; almost every druggist in the land in f tablet or liquid form. With DrJPierce'sPleasant Pellets,: there's no trouble. They're made to prevent it. ? They're tmy,^sngan coated, anti-bilious granules,'purely vegetable, perfectly harmless,7 the ; smallest, easiest and., best to take j Put up in twenty-five-cent vials.: They cleanse and regulate thewhole. system, in a natural and easy way? | mildly and gently, but thoroughly j and effectively. One little Pellet for j a laxative?three for a cathartic.; Sick Headache, Bilious Headache j Constipation, indigestion, Bilious Attacks, ana all derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels xa prevented, relieved and cored. rll trkedMothers i ^eed is Vine ade the demand upon a unlimited. In their zeal >r their loved ones, they ' are soon in a nervous, z\, the non-secret cod liver I you up and make you PROOF "I keep bense for my husband and myself tod got into a. week, rnn-down condition, no strength, languid ana co f> ambition. After doctoring for awhile and getting no better 1 tried Vinol and to my surprise it bc3t me up and strengthened my whole system. It is ocrts&i|y?g6Mtosietm?IfrsiWrn. P. Dawson. tnont. Vinol is sold m ManPharmacy, and druggists Ip try our Saxol Salve. Mon- I - tjj ^ ' ' '' ^ *? "ii" Mimii waiiicS, n SPECIAL fj| Saturday only b| i 64x80 Plaid ' ; J Cotton Blankets I Jjf $3.75 Pair 1 < lb Opportunity that Spells ECO Coats, Suits - For Which1 Other $5.50 to $1 We "should sell"* thei st $5.00 to $10.00 more 1 much more later in the sc |on coats, suits and dresse ties is possible only bacau , u > / t 7*?^ and the garments ordered -XrTX?jT$l anticipated?Why should 11,15 "ad" do the same? AAATC Coats of VeJ IfWfl*^ Cheviot. Kera 8 2 'ifVPPni' ift vet and Plash. The sty %t W IJI Uf J and to see them Is hat to a | m V I I lifW The fabrics are beaotlftil J jM J I 'gffli fall shades sach as Bnrgu s fjk I l)| U| Nary Blue, Black and ml vg } j?i $i5-oot vH I l (HITC Suits of smai iBXdWtsW of AH Wool s (SyS6m9 dine and Tricotine?in T^SwQBF Green. Navy Blue and Bli i a "l ted or box pleated backsfflM| fancy pockets and button TjJM $19.501 pi . DRESSES 2r"s i/. Crepe Meteors and comblr Y Some are straight line somely embroidered. Sis $9.50 to CHARMING TF SPEOAJMFEATL |H \ ^.^g ^ >0 - T Endless selections embracing the newest Ma Velvets, in all colors and black. Effectively trim bats are extraordinary values at (5.95 and are -sho UNTRIMMED AND READY-TO- I S< WEAR HATS, $1.50 to $6-00. | a Prices Pa Here is a list of price large quantities. No Article. Track Spikes $Ties Trolley "Wire Uast iron uar wneeis Steel Car Wheels 3 Axles 39.75 Brass Castings J2 Malleable Iron Castings .0 Cement 1 Linseed 03 Trolley Rope .S Brake Shoes 40.( Gears U Lumber (Harwood) 4 We emphasize age price i increase our the higher costs we a every additional effoi 1 ? ? . tne requiicmcuis 01 i Monongahe SS?3?S' * < _ . ^ ?t* m?c&jvoAryCORNER- %Jj HOMY ii mm' aid Mi?w' and Dresses Stores Ask From 5.00 More. w coats, suits and dresses now and they will sell at ason. These popular prices * of such styles and quailso the fabrics were bought I early In the season. We v_^H| HB not you who are reading j ours. Broadcloth. Boliria, V*^K 1 M ey. Astra Van. Zibiline, Tel- [ iun>Mt_ flv*/ 1 dm ire their chic originality III j Jit and come In all the new Mil I I lj \ . ndy, Brown. Green. Taupe. I bctnres. Priced at V 1 I o$65.oo r /Bp rt Individuality?developed a J 11 I Serge, Wool Poplin. Gaber- II j I i Tanpe. Brown. Burgundy. ill] I ick. Belted models?inver- fill / ?plain or braid trimmed? fill I trimmed. Priced at Jiff o $45.00 for every occasion?Hand- J I \V latins. Serges, Taffetas," / > I 1 lations. all new tall models. (1*1 and pleated effects hand* T bs 16 to 44. Priced at $25.00 tIMMED HATS JRE TOMORRW Beautiful ? 32 Lyons Velvet Dress Hats. ^ pi j that yon could Iff A* not duplicate l\ *7 elsewhere for l\ 7. \ less than $8.75 , and $10. Here (i\ j tomorrow at ?4| M $5.95 otirnnmc T>a1tar and Pftnpv shfltwl Tn'ndo of t.vnnR led with ostrich fancies or beautiful flowers. These wn In styles for matrons and misses. 2HOOL GIRLS' READY-TO- WEAR ad DRESS HATS, $L25 to $4. id Then and s paid by us for materials w ?te the increases?they speak L914 Cost ' 1818 Cost L40 per 100 lbs. $4.08 per 100 lbs. 4883 each. .82 each .156 per lb -2599 per lb. 1.40 per lb. 3.00 per 100 lbs. L3.75 each 31.50 each per 100 lbs. 7.50 per 100 lbs. 10 per lb. .42 per lb 4% per lb. .11 per lb. .53 per bbl. 2.78 per bbL .67 per gal L56 per gal 13 per lb. -51 per lb. X) per ton. 70.00 per t? J.00 each 30.00 each 7.25 per 1000 85.00 per 1000 iin that we are not asking for profits. It is absolutely necc re now paying and to enabl t possible to furnish enougr >ur patrons. la Valley Traction Cc nSSgp "^SSSSBlSai lad SfluSfaCMi^l I Sweatees . I The Men's I j Clothing Store I J Drumbeat I I I ob all good awn to cc? bow to s?e the new Fall and Winter Salts and Overcoats. Men! If Ton hare a suit or a coat to bar this fan. yon better bat It now for there are V. HI strong Indications of a scarcity later. ?** leaaaSfcioh imRMv that . . _J SOU U SO m%wwwmp?j II ^ - - ?-rprices a couple of months from sow I win be so low as they are at Good seeod part wool and all wool hand tailored Fall and Winter Suits I ] $12.50 to $35. MEN'S OVERCOATS I $11-00 to $30.00 _ B I Boys' School IJ Clothes p| Thar combine durability, style and I M price reasonableness. If we hadnt 1 bought much earlier than the nsnal custom of stores, we could not (fee yon nearly such good values. They I are sound staunch and sturdy new S clothes?full of style and they axe I EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALOBS .' ' ~ BOYS' SUITS Sizes S to 18 yearn - - >r. M 10 V10JOV ? LITTLE BOYS' SUITS 2% to 8 yean $3^8 to $10.00 I. - . - . " -y'v ,ii-v BOYS'NEW FALL jM RAH-RAH HATS I and CAPS, 50c. ' jwi IT 111"'iffflnpnTBiBMBniLT^vWB ? " ' -UJPIm NOW I e are using in for themselves H I rcentage Increased ost 1918 Over 1914 I the additional tssaiy to meet ? "JIM e us to make t'4v,j *. *^>; _0^y V'^Ba^'I " ^ * "* i _^*S?L..'.