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I IBV ' II I THflOUGHBUT STATE ft Even the Barber Shops Are ? Up against it at , v ^ Milton. | thl 5? an J . WHEELING?As an additional A precaution against the flu all business iD( concerns In Wheeling closed at six wl o'clock last Saturday night and will continue to do so for a time. This - action, which was put into effect in other parts of the state much earlier, rsai?hf^i W hpa!irtc loto ho/*oncA thn ^ f! " flu did not get a loothold here neariy F, so early as at other points. ir E. CHARLESTON?The ministers of of the city are out -with an appeal to wo- ct men of church connections to volun- da teer as nurses. It is pointed out that re such a course is a sacred obligation, of a test of humanity, and besides, the frj evidence of physicians is cited that xt there is little danger of contracting the disease if the nurse takes ordin- po JjA ary precautions. en r MILTON?Only one patron is per- ke mitted to enter the barber shop at ve one time in Milton by order of the sa board of health. As the shops are one-chair parlors, the order is not so severe as it might be in New York or r? Chicago. People in Milton now must wait for their turn out in the street. , mi HUNTINGTON ? Reports which reach United War Work headquar- re tcrs here indicate that the inflt enza w: Situation is much improved in West ki; Virginia and it has been definitely decided that there will be no postpone- bu rpcnt of the United War Work Campaign set for Nov. 11-18. t KING WOOD?Sam B. Montgom- " JB ery. who had the flu at Wheeling, is expected to be able to be out at anytime now. Montgomery traveled in various parts of the state without falling a victim of the influenza germ hut one of them attacked him at Wheeling and camped in his throat until he had to take to his bed. ^ M ! MONONGAH t , Ft ? op Visiting Here. o'< Ff Mrs. William Douglas of Bvrl. W. i,o is visiting Mrs. John Mart, of cc. . opot street. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas f \ ere former residents of Monongah. r: r. Douglas being on the police force l.rre twenty years ago. M: Died at Hospital. One of the saddest deaths which *-e has <*=cured for some time is that of 'a; Mx.?. amines Prozillo, who died at br the emergency hospital in Fairmont to Sunday night or influenza. Mr. Praz- taClio died at the hospital Friday night of Pneumonia. - Mr. and Mrs. Prazillo leave nine. children, all ill cf influenza, the old-|an eat fourteen years old. the youngest i j.j, one month. Two of the children. ne sss two and six years were taken to''ho the baby is also in a very serious f0i erudition. The family are in very <ir p-or circumstances financially, a fr< fund has been raised by local citi- br at ' sans. I vil . Funeral services will take place j ]a, k Tuesday. by Meeting Postponed. F The Baptist Mission Circle will not meet this month, on account of the influenza epidemic. The circle will meet on the regular meeting night of next month. fp| K Died of Influenza. p. Mrs. Salvadore Spadigord died at H the emergency hospital at Fairmont f Monday of Influenza. Li Mrs. Spaddiford was taken to the hospital last Thursday, she leaves a ~ husband and five children, e Funeral services will be held Thursday. Undertaker Cunningham in charge. v Received Letter. Mrs. Lucinda Leeper who received ' i! notice her soil Wolf Leeper had been wounded in France some time ago1 kf received a letter from him recently: which states he is rapidly improving , and will soon be out again. Die? of Influenza. John Cizmor died at his home in Honongah Sunday of influenza. Ke f was a Slavish boy, age sixteen years. Personals. j, Mr.s John Hall, of Main street was shopping in Fairmont Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Robinson, and family attended the funeral of Alpha' Thompson, at Watson, Monday. Mr. Thompson was a nephew of Mrs. Robinson. IO. D. Barton has returned from a business trip to Wheeling. J. H. Snyder of Fairmont was in town Monday. Ben Holbert of White Rock was in town Monday. Mrs. Thomas Esketh and neice, Miss Davis Pepper were calling on friends in Fairmont Monday. ; Joe Maxouri and Joe Vruch of _ Clarksburg were visiting friends here Sunday. W. A. Johnson of the freight office has returned from a vacation. T. A Reeder had charge of the local office tho itheoncA of Mr Johnson. v Mr. and Mrsfl Levi Martin attended the funeral of Alpha Thompson at Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Tony CIrmo. were in Clarksburg visiting friends Snnday. Miss Kathleen Shaver was in Fairmont Monday. Harold Pepper and sister. Doris of Salem are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Holbert. Howard Moore of IdaMay is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. jT. G. Price of Main streetIt Miss Julia Orban is ill at her home [in Thoburn. p- Mrs. Harvey Shaw and daughters i x.ncue ana J^iouise 01 t airmont, were [callers In town Monday. F Mrs. James Dean, was calling In K Miss Ottis and Miss Margaret Janes - ere 121 at their home in Brookdale. B XhxK Morris was calling to Fairmont Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Thompson ol^Claricsbprg were visiting relatives -jgho has had - - - LOCAL SOCI r . ' 4 ' Home From Motor Trip. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McCray tare airued from an extended motoring p east Including visits at BaJtl- . ore, Richmond. Xwrjollc. Virginia ach. On their way home they >pped at Charleston. W. Va.. where : sy were the guests of A. O. Davis d family. x Joins Husband. Mrs. M- M. Neely went to WheolS today to join Congressman Neely 10 Is spending a few days tlere. ' &rand-Haaer. ^ w I Announcement has been made of I e Marriage of Miss Benna Vista ioyd C. Brand. 22 Bridge street. Is city, and Gunnery Sergant Paul Hager. of the marine corps, son Mr. and Mrs. A. XV. Hager, of larlestonfl -which took place Satury evening at 7:30 at the home of sr. Peter Flynn, with Rev. Flynn ] delating. Only the immediate ends of the couple were present, lere were no attendants. i Mrs. Hager is one of Morgantown's pular young ladies and has been : iployed in the capacity of bookeper for the West Virginia Uni- i rsity and argicultural experiment : tion for the past several months. attack of influenza at her home on : lin street is improving. Thomas Trader was calling in Fairjnt. Walter Gaskins of . Brookdaie has turned from Boothsville. whore he , is visiting his brother, Henry Gas- ; as. T.e-ar and Howard Wilson of Clarks :rg were callers in town Sunday. DEATHS AND I FUNERALS - ' i KARL WILLIAMS. Karl William, aged 5 years, son of r. and Mrs. W. D. Summers, died Is morning at 7:55 o'clock at the une of his parents at 622 State street am pneumonia following influenza, ineral services will he held in the en on Thursday afternoon at 2 dock from the residence and tn-* dy wll be interred in Maple Grove metery by Undertaker R. C. Jones. BLACK FUNERAL PLANS. Funeral services over the body of j rs. William Black of Grant Town ioso death occurred Monday will be Id Wednesday morning from her : te residence. The body will be ; ought hero on the trolley and taken Holy Cross for interment by Under- ; l:er R. C. .Jones. MAMIE M. RADCLIFFE. Mamie M. Radcliff. aged ofie year 1 d six months, daughter of Sir. and 3 rs. .T. A. Radcliff of Grant district ar Kingaiont. ded yesterday at the : me of her parents from pneumonia < llowing influenza. Three older chil- . en in the family are recovering >m the same disease. The body was V/UgUb Ut, I V. Itito MW? ?w?. ;cs -were held at the grave in Woodsvn cemetery. nlterment was made Undertaker Musffrave. UNERAL OF GEORGE HERLIMG. | Open air funeral services will be nducted this afternoon over the >dy of George Herling whose death curred early yesterday morning om his late residence on Second reet. Dr. H. G. Stoetzer of the First esbyterian church, pastor of the deased will conduct thq services. Toght the body will be taken to BaltiWW? iSSfe iBlN 0s' "sgp Every Necessary Appliance Required to correctly determine the extent of an error of vision, and every needed means for supplying the necessary glasses are found here. Our equipment is similar to that used by the leading Optometrists everywhere. And we are 3lcilled in its use to a degree 2qaal to giving our patients the best possible results. Always at your command. A. B. scon Optometrist and Optician, With Scott's the Jeweler. m m w$ PAL-tVK KIND! /> HELD UP OM "WIS "301 ( SO VJlU- You GlKfAE I L At*' PlMlSrt *EB UP V V I 60 GET AM O-K. * ^ ?if ^;* >^^V<W^a?iVjrT. AL EVENTS Sergeant Hager was a student 1 the school ct medicine at the time c his enlistment in the marine corp last Maf. During his three year here he was a member of the Tarsit football squad and very successful a right end. After receiving training at Pari Island, X. C- he was transferred t the Indian Head. Md.. naval improt ing grounds, where he is detaile for special duty work, testing hig explosives. Mrs. Hager will make her hom with her parents daring Sergeant' Hager's absence in the service. Mo: gantown Mew Dominion. Miss Brand has been a frequei visitor at the home her cousin, Co Wilbud Brand and Mrs. Brand o Okdea avenue. To Stalnaker-Baker Wedding. Mrs. H. F. Smith. Mrs. Lou Fo and Miss Eva Brand went to E kins this morning to attend the ma riage of Mrs. Stark JL Baker c Veverly to Randolph Stalnaker. als of Beverjy. which will be solemnize tomorrow at noon at the home t Mrs. Baker's sister. Mrs. Boyd Wee: In Elkins. Mrs. Delia Shinn. siste of Mrs. Baker and Miss Virgini Fisher will go to Elkins this evenin to attend the wedding. more, his former home, for intermen CARL LEE DAVIS OF BARRACKVILLE. Carl Lea Davis of Barrackville die Dn Oct. 20th in the Military hospit: it Brooklyn from influenza. The-bod was sent to his mother. Mrs. A. I Davis at Candler. X. C.. for intermen His wife and tjro children reside : Barrackville. PERSONALS Miss Adelaide Pinell has returne from Grafton where she was called b the illness of her sister, Mrs. Dorse Hamilton, who has had a severe a tack of influenza. J. H. Rowand has returned froi Summerfield O.. where he had spoil several days with his parents, M and Mrs. J. S. Rownd. Miss Kino Simon has recoverei from an attack of influenza at he home or Maple avenue. Mrs. I. J. Dent and daughter. Mis Ora. have returned from a brief visi at Eeverson. where they were th guests of the former's sister. Mil Harrison Manlev. Captain Thomas Reed is recoverin from a recent illness at his home o Fifth street. Mrs. J. A. Leonard has gone to Oi lando. W. Va? where she is the gues of her sister, Mrs. John Crawforc Her daughter. Mrs. J. B. Level'e. an nephew. Bernard Leonard, accoir paniert her to Clarksburg in an autc mobile. Miss Xelle Prichard is ill from it Sucnza in a hospital In New Yor city. Her sister. Miss Dorcas Pricli and. is vrith her and her case is nc thought to be a severe one. .Th BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE COMPANY. Local Representative S. B. ELKINS Room 23 Home Savings Bank Bldg. Phone 395. pilllllllllllillllllillllll j CLOSIN S NOW ONLY ONE 1 The B< Thousai Dntribv The Wes jg -g COUPON o SS -a. AiXL? I BprcrVT to this psper one ?? r KXJEJl 1 colJpop like this EE ?R mail Greatest Song Tie colossal task, never before a Smm more 'than a thousand of the wot na and new. has been accomplished. ?^ loxer will find hundreds of soncs. 2SSS appeal, beautifully bound in dur SSS PRICE LESS THAN ONE iiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii E If W /MyftK -jt- 4 K^ Jv ? i _ sy ^>51 jf , -J jgjgx^ bfa university. F. S. Basnet. of the C. A. Host Music company, has been called ti Wheeling by the death of his father in-Ia-w, A. T. Lock-wood. Mrs. Bas net had been with her father seven a days 'before his death, if Miss Florence Cavender. of tin s Welfare department of the Consoli s dation Coal company. has gone ti y Pine Hill. Pa., to assist in canng to s influenza patients. Miss Mary Eetta Bishop has re s turned from Albrightsville, when o she had spent several days vcith he r- mother. Mrs. G- W. Bishop, d The Misses Virginia and Liliai V_ foe *>>/> wo- b u i^Vi tvu ?? Vi V ouvuw V4 ?uv n vwa vuv of friends in Clarksburg, e Born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs s Ernest Barnes at their home on Oli r- ve ravenue. a daughter. Miss Ruth Camlin. who had spenl it the summer and early fall here, has 1. gone to visit friends at Glouchestei a Court House. Va. She will also visil friends in Baltimore enroute home. x Emergency Council I: For Fairview K, C, lf The Fairview Auxiliary of the Red ? Cross has organized an Emergencj ** Council, the purpose of which is tc help allevate the sufferings of victims ' of Spanish Influenza or any form ol r illness. Mrs. M. Barto, has been elec: ed chairman of this council. Good s tresults have been obtained under her supervision. Any persons bavin? - sickness or needing help report tc t. Mrs. Barts and their neds will gladly be attended to. ^DAILYHEALTfTTALKS" y 5. What Doctor Pierce Has t. Done For Humanity! it BY DR. CRIPPS. It has always seemed to me tlia! Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, X. Y.. should be placed near the top when a list o: 71 America's creat benefactors is wri I ten. He studied and conquered hti man diseases to a degree that fen realize. Whenever he found a remedy y that overcame disease, he at once announced it in the newspapers am: 3 told where it could be bought at a >" small price. iHe did not follow the y usual custom of keeping the ingredl ents secret, so that the rich only could afford to buy the medicine bul n openly printed the name of each rool it and herb he used. And so today th( r. names of Dr. Pierce and his medicia. are widely known, and they stand fo; l better health and better citizenship. T One of this great physician's mosi successful remedies is known as Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pelletj ? These are littl.e^ sugar-coated pills composed of Mayapple. leaves of aloe e root of jalap?things that Xatur; * grows in the ground. These Pellets arc safe because they move the S bowls gently, leaving no bad after o : effects, as so man* pills do. Very of ten they make a person who take: - them feel like a new man or woman it for thev cleanse the intestines of hat] [. decayed and poisonous matter that d accumulates when one is costive. I. i- you are constipated, by all means sc >- to your druggist and get some of Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They may i- prove to be the very thing your syn I- tcm requires to make you well ami happy. it e Jl iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyi G TIME | COUPON | ook of a i nd Songs 1 ted by tie t Virginian |? iQ-, SECURES EE 'OC THE BOOK == I MATT *dd for postage with- ""' MAIL. in 300 miles. 10c: 600 ? nPTlFR^ miles. 15c; greater ? ?' UXVl/LlVu distance msk post mas- 252S ter rate for 3 lbs. ? Book Ever Made ttetnpted. of placing: trader one cover ? Id's most popular standard songs, old In this great collection every music mmmmm all set to music, that make a personal ? able cloth. Size x 10 inches. SSS TENTH OF A CENT APIECE ZZZ llll8llliHl!l!IHIHIHIIlllll SQUIRREL F( / y'KHOW GEORGE ? \>GWlrt'A HELPH4* f " HMD LUKE THiS; *' 1 ausr MOC? tovjbro I , i " ? j " ! i Begin. Christmas > i Shoppmg Now?First Choke k Ahrmya Best Choice ) f r 1 MOTHERS who ? i . . wem i mnettang mriimi i keeping their d&i ; properly clothed for will appreciate the qualities of the new ;j Fitrite Pettic I M/ATAr If=IL [j i\iv&w Ji ai . 1 Silk Hosiery for Fas! Silk. Lisle, Lisle and il The practical and _ the smart combine j in these well?selec- iflfl ted hosiery assort- :?9SJ ments. jn^j We " have anticipated every requirement for street or evening wear, and have arranged for 9 full . selections of ; I shades and colors, yja Silk, Silk Lisle, ^ Lisle, Cotton and s | Wool. Children's Holeproof Stockln; white, 40c and 50c. i Luxite Gold Ray Scientific SiO peari, naiy and cordovan. $1.00. Lux i to Pure Thread Silk in bl." steel. beaver, dark tan. brown and !Onyx Lisle Thread Hose in bla shades cf grev, navj- champag: pan. 30e to 7.3-.MeCalium Pure Silk in bla : i $3.00, $4.00. McCtHum Pure Silk in pink, cold, silver, rearl. battleship gre cordovan. $aOO and $230Kayser Silk Hose?Patent mai prevents "runs" and garter tear, grey, gur.metai. cordovan, bronze, i castor. $250 and $3.00. Kayser Italian Silk Hose in bl gunmctal. taupe, bicge, ponge brown. $275. TEEYTAL COLDS, ( People Who Are "Stuffed-Up tion, Influenza, Chronic C ter Ills. Should Use This ] If you Are Run-Down and Weak Take It.. Be Free from winter Troubles. BE IMMUNE FROM SICK NESS THIS WINTER It is not what we eat. but what we digest that counts according to' some, but we must go a step further. It is not what is digested, but what is oxodized that realy counts. The nutriment taken into the blood can give out no energy until it passes through the lungs and by coming in contact with the air, oxodizes. The blood changes by this process from a putrid sort of blue to a bright, vigorous red. Persons whose lungs are weak or partially gone by tuberculosis, or lung passages are closed by congestion from cold, influenza, la grippe. or similar complaints of winter, are j unabl? to have their blood thoroughly oxjdlzed and It Is driven out into | K)D?BY AHERN Af J.H TiSNJNi^ are ex- rv ity in Dressy agfaters Or Oec sturdy :oats New hardly Uthough the presses their , , , tinctiveness dern school variance fr ts are a se- former arrn e test for New in style, j eral details, y petticoats well as new in et these ex- . . ? D?. ? riving. Fricei tional wear- get attention g garments a glance will si meeting ev- t^at. . Then the ex demand at ices within sive 2SS0rtmer ch of all and $200 and 75 to $7.00. to $29.50. ?A?AWIV HWh A 1^111 J iLU.il lion and for Wear?An Unusu; Cotton of Beautiful, Long We is in black and | McCallum Pun pick, purple, coral, < in black, white. Also white with b! with purple clocks, tck. white, pearl, clocks. $3.00. navy. $2.00. | Other Fancy C ck. white, browr.. Fiber Silk in t se and baibrig- white, grey, silv etc, 60c. ck, $2X0, $230, Fiber Siik in t brown, grey, sue sky. champagne. 75c, 85c, $1.00. y, Russian calf. Boot Silk Host khaki. $1.25. rvel stripe which Misses' Fine L in black, white. and brown. 50c. lavy, pongee and Misses' Lisle H Boys' Cotton lack, white, grey. 40c, 50c. c, castor and Musser Stockin size. 75c to $1.00. K ONINFLIII SOUGHS AND " with Colds, Lung Congesoaghs and Kindred WinRemedy and Preventive. , . the system by the heart and arteries 3 in a continued impure state, bringing 1 on many symptoms, headaches, las- t situde. and more serious troubles t "galore.." A REMEDY FOR IT 1 Because of the well known strengthening and rebuilding powers of ; cod livers and because it is the easi est of all oils to oxidize, cod liver j oil has ben generally prescribed for . those weak in lung or oxodizlng power, either acute or chronic Hereto- . fore the great trouble has been its unpleasant taste and rejection by weak stomachs. In Hypo-Cod, the s new and powerful preparation being s widely endorsed by the profession and 1 public generally, this trouble has 1 been overcome, and through the won- 1 derful process of extraction and the : combination of the oil with other 3 highly desirable elements, it is most pleasant to take and readily absoro- < ed by the weakest stomach. d 1 77f? , J ? ?, M-f =Hf -23 '""" **' 3> 'j FwLjSm mmmm~mm*****mT7T^^^SBB^^M i ymm *" -* * *'~ : t .> Thrifty Let Us And Sevc * ;v ; -4L- v 4 -v. 453HH --a*r<ieV tcrt ^ its of blouses at $1.00 . the finer ones at $5.75? * .- ^r|ip| radance % ]|i al Combination. ... ? aring Qualities. .^'"'3 Hosiery" Is becomfci*J;P? scarce?so much so thaty ',wl ^ ."road salesmen ha.ve,1)een.^T^H tH called in. Better boy earljrt^j I than to bo disappointed./? Holeproof Women'? with ribbed tops. in blacfc' jH rl^! and white, 50c. " ""l^i '& j With hemmed tops, 60c. j5 ;j?r| Hetbproof - In < Ijy-^ "white, cordovan, j cun-^3MKj|l ^S: Extra, sizes In tMsdijffl And white. 50c and 60b. Holeproof Pure Silk^ lit ? black.' white, peari, gunmetal, castor, toitotsuig rib and hemmed tope,*L2S 211 Z .-xll I I i Silk Clocked Hoce in por(.9 Royal blue, with fancy .clocks. JStM | Vg :ack and silk clones. JSonUilaaSn . cordovan with white asl self/SUi locked Hoee, $3J50 to $5X0. -yj ilack and white. 40c. In Mtc^ </kl er. fawn, champagne, x tope. -Mm >lack and white. 75c. In WecfcjrSK^B de. pink, brown and navy, 43 / ; la brown, tan. dark 83*? and jj .isle Hose in black, white, tan'^J lose In black and white. 35c. jg Ribbed Stockings, 25c, }Oa.9 - r.'j igs for boys priced according to, >1 .. :NZA, LA GRIPPE DANGERS OF NEGLECT uadown system, cough*, 'our system with such " ttil* he ravages of such conpEaitftsd^HH he far more dangerous complications | "VSThen a study- is made Of the :ough and cold reUevirij eh^^^^H vine. * r"^^8S ^ Read what folks sayagious ailments of wtalei^dcSstij8M -heumatism or other; htopj^WsMl veep the system full ot.'vitality <anm indorsed remedy, sold at si^sUyWBB rag stores every where.