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J-?!-!? - " Home From School. .1 ".The.Misses Louise Hite and Helen 1t ttfetsson -who attend Gnnston Hall J boot in "Washington D. C.. have arBrd home to spend the holidays : 1 Hh their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. i ipV Hlte 'and Clarence Robinson. The I Eilatter was In Washington and ac- 1 l&ccmpanled' his daughter hone. ? fcL ? - Meets Tonight. f|??3je Mnslc Department of the "Worn- ' ani Club meets in regular session to^^Esight at ^he home of Mrs. M. A. Fletcher on Benoni avenue. Miss Harriet . Schxoeder is in charge of the progam -which will be devoted to Je^ iigho^stady . of Englinsh composers. ' ?Bj& ,r Birthday Anniversary. B?f- - Mrs.. Jane Ingmap. one of the best , M - -? '- rorla v I I ^r-' JOunni .wuxutm ? _ I 'Jf celebrating her eighty first birthday , '?^ anniversary at heT home on Main , ?teet While no formal celebration , is being held a family dinner at Kg%\* nrfilch a number of relatives were ."^ goests was served at noon and many P; MWfriends called during the day to offer ^w.^bgratnlations and best wishes. , B * v Mrs. Tngman has not been well for P"-.' ?. some time bnt in the last few weeks ( B has been mu^h improved. ( ^BEf ' ? ^ mibi* Meets Tonight. , Imp: The Isajbclla Thobun Circle of the I pl'l PERSONALS | v Mrs. Phil Dietz. of Mannington. is the guest of Mrs. G. W. Clayton at the ] B ? latteris home here. H- 'j'Nf Philip Erwin, son of Mr. and Mr3. J. , H &T It Erwin. who has been in service at , Fort'Hamilton, N. Y.. arrived home ( B . last night having received honorable j I sr* discharge from service. Erwin train- j ^B \ . ed at the S. A. T. C. at Slorgantowa ] H ! and was sent from there to Fortress ( Monroe.- Va. He had embarked forj, ? ?M trVion thp armistice was I < sighed-and the sailing order was can- 'm - j|rs-Chas. O. Jackson who was pain- i C faily injured in falling several weeks ' I - ago is out though she has not fully re- < I Miss Caroline Carns is ill from inCuenza at kor home in Maple avenue.! J2T.V* : Miss X.ui>' Joiies, a teacher in the; B e.-'- White sol: has returned from Mor-, gantown . ere she .:ad spent the I week end with friends. Miss "Willard Clayton is ill of inflnenza at the home of Mrs. J. R. Cook - in Fairmont avenue. %. - .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steele were here yesterday en route from Mor Ml gantown to Grafton, where the former will be engaged as expert ac cbuntant for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Steele expect to take up their j reseidence here as soozl as they can w"; f:t secure am apartment. i B; y John R. Baker, of Keyser, is here ! on a visit to relatives. Mrs. Bakerj I _ hai been here for several days at the !| --""home of her parents, Mr. and .Irs.! Clark Merrifleld. ' "* ' I || Was a |j: p.J| Misery Ijj Mrs. F. M. Jones, ol Kgi -j He- Ifei Palmer, Okla., writes: IjgjjjgV \!Sti , "From the time I en- ll/SUJ | w|a tered into womanhood K U| f. tij SI ... I looked with dread E . r k! n from one month to the B fl | . ffi| next. I suffered with my B 5 : . RN hack and bearing-down H 8 ! A [y pain, until life to me was [gj | 111 a miser7- 1 would think I 9 IE) 1 could not endure the | 9 |k> pain any longer, and X | SSy gradually got worse. ? . I BJ , gj jg Nothing seemed to help IS jfl j ? me until, one day, ... 8 | j The Woman's Tonic j '0, "I took four bottles," ( i j I HI Airs. Jones goes on to j]gj!j j lijj say, "and was not only !?!; j j? Mill 8f?2tly relieved, but can fcj.*I - U truthJuny say that I have, g 3 i J "It h2s now been two 6 fijl |% gj H years since I tookCardui, J| g j J hft iiyi i uxi i ani um ui guuu iilj 1 ill heaith. . . I -would ad- IB vise any woxan or girl jj I HI to use Cardoi -who is a || | sufleier from any female HIR| ISmI If you sufierpain caused B I from womanly trouble, or I wtlg a700 jeel tte cecd ot a fl HH H good strengthening tonic H I pr|M|j to build up yourrun-down flljj II system, taie the advice (JKj ; ||H| of Mis. Jones. TryCar- UK < |* rURr befieve it win help yon- SI j E?tB-^l?^-. *> Rj j|! \L EVENTS |[T "iret M. E. Church meets tonight at t^3 he Church in regular session. w. Crusate Meeting Today. ^ The annual Crusade meeting which -p> s observed in memory of the early, lays of the Temperance organiza- : ion of women in this city is being ield this afternoon at the home of w dre. Jennie Engle on "Walnut avenue, lirs. X. R. C. Morrow will address iT! he meeting and Miss Edith Haninker will sing. + m m + mi Coming for Holidays. aE Miss Katharyn Arnett, who attends sp he Cathedral school at Garden City, hi: 1 I., will arrive home the latter part lsl )f the week to spend the holidays with bii ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ar- h? lett. in Locust avenne. Bernard Ar- ed lett. who attends the Choate school. ci< n Connecticut, will also come heme sa 'or Christmas. Miss Susan Arnctt w< irho has entered the U. S. army train- ex ng school tor nurses at Charlott. N. mi -will not be home tor the holidays. ft ft Nunc Returns Home- tr Miss Sina J- Osburn who has been m spending a tow weeks with her grand- er jarents. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Grove, of Vfonongah. recuperating from an stack of influenza and pneumonia, re- (j, urned to her home at Conneaut. Ohio. m vbere she will take up her duties as rr light supervisor at Grace hospital ol' ? bat city. Pinal Talks By the i Four Minute Men1 i The Four Minute Men of the nation ; will make their last official bow to the ; heatre going public on the night be i 'ore Christmas and the community i :hairmen of the forces have been in-1 structed to select one man for each heatre to make a "Tribute to Our Alies." Chairman Kern, of the Fairmont tour Minute Men. has asked he tolowing men to speak at the theatres indicated: Dixie. Harry Shaw; Nel>on. Henry Lively; Princess. Ira L. Smith, and Hippodrome. W. J. Wiegel We honestly believe CRANOLKNE will cure any case of Eczema or other skin disease. Come in and let as tell you" about It. Cse one Jar of Cranolene Ointment; if dissatisfied with results your money will be refunded. In Jars. !5c. SI and $2-50. Samples FreeAddress Cranolene. Box EGiard Kansas. Fairmoivt Pharmacy Fairmont, W. Va. Xmas Greei Dainty Stoc Printed With A You D We also have Greeting engraved with appropri sentiment, which need to reflect the thoughts c Fairmont Printing a Fairmont. 1 I IJoin Our Christm NOW ( Hundreds of checks have bank to the members of tin hundreds receiving these c one of gladnss. Costs nothing to becona regular payments?no fees, We can arrange the pay] desiring to take a member per week to several dollars g CLUB FORMIN Get everyone in the family to Joii j set them to join. ? i Everybody welcome. Come to and let us tell you about t as a member of one or more. j. MAKE YOUR CHRIST3 People's National B ^ ^ ^ -.y -; _ J1*-' * v -Vv.* ~ - m Vagrancy Charge Will If right., colored, arrested yesday on a. charge of vagrancy was fore tie .mayor yesterday aileron atad was fined $25 and costs, is is tie second ime the man has en before the mayor on a charge vagrancy in a period of two weeks d in both instances a fine of $25 is imposed. The man's wife spared and paid the fine and he is -released from cos tody. Clarence Bryan, another colored m, arrested on a slmiliar charge d tied before the mayor pnt up ch an honest story concerning i)self that the mayor after adminering a severe repremand allowed ? < "> mnr? stated that i was not a vagrant but bad workup until Friday when be had- deled to take a brief vacation and id that it be were released he luld go to work, again when cross animation, failed to incrimiante the m the mayor let him go free. In many or the industrial truck anl actor factories in this country woen are sucessfully employed to opate thtrn. he Asiatic town of Maiwatchi. on e borders of Russia, is peopled by en only. Women are forbidden enance 'here. GRAND FRIDAY, SATURDAY December 20, 21 MATINEE SATURDAY Irvin C. Miller's Wonder Show Broadway Rastus A Song and Dance Review with the World's Best Colored Talent A Jazz Jubilee of Infectious Joy 30 People 25 Song Hits rho Fastest Dircing Chorus in America. NIGHT PRICES?Night 25c to 25c to 50c $1 Saturday Matinee? Seats Wednesday NOTE?Ca Friday Night the entire house will be reserved for colored patrons. ting Cards k Designs ny Sentiment esire Cards handsomely ate decoration and only a' Signature >f the doner. ind Publishing Co. nr. va. POOOOOOOCOOOSOOOOPOOCOOOC as Savings Club | DPEN been mailed out by this | 3 club this year. To the ^ hecks Christmas will be i le a member only your S no fines, nothing to Jose. | nents to suit the person ; ship?from a few cents ! G?JOIN NOW b.' Show this to yonr friends and ' our different plans and enter yon ! IAS A MERRY ONE Shop in the little X Christmas Store t i (2nd Flocr) r i i Mews Is Tr? 1 "VaIims. iir | I Women's ai Women through thi will be on hand today to | Of Coots? Mu "?r*. Zclu. I? This Ira J Women m every wall? able to their fancy and judgement was used in j and no matter how mu to pay, you will find jus for. Economy is in qual els showing the best fa materials you will find sented. i $97.50, $89.50, $82.50 Su $75.00, $72.50, $69.50, $ $65.00, $62.50, $59.50, $5 $50.00, $47.50, $45.00, $ $39.50, $37.50, $35.00 Su ?32.50, $29.50, $25.00, $f Garments a | Prices Sol | Onlyf \ I! The Vast Qus j forts Here Sh< Remember that yot I , a blanket/Or a comfort i \ Plaid Blankets |! Fleeced Cotton Blanket* | i All Wool Blankets Beacon Blankets' Wool jjlixed Blankets Beacon JBath Robe Bla Beacon Indian Blankets [j Auto Robes ;j ' $2-75 to $20-00 ;| . (Third | v: ? i Preston county iracirwaear. Home 1 style, for breakfast eaca morning. | Bo vers Restaurant.?Adv. I I THAT ANNOYING, PERSISTENT COUGH I pay lead to chsonlo lunr tnooMa. or moan that tha chronic ataco ahiafli ! la reached. In either caaotnr ECKMANS AT.TRga-riag ctSoqt* RaM ^ iveliisg Fast < i the Hartle] rad Misses' G 5 country have been read: participate in the big- savi the Big Fea Sale is Coat Coats in all th the best styles, silk velour, Ev< Bolivia, Frost pom, Normancr plush. Great, h? Pthat are warm p plush coats tha | some, popular ? wouldn't miss 1 these splendid < Priced $150.00 and $13 $100, $95.00, $8 Coats, now $i $7950, $75.00, $ $59.50, $57.50, now $39-50 $47.50, $45.00, $ now $29.75 $29.50, $32.50, $ $27.50 and $20.< iporft&mt Sal : in life will find Suits suitpocketbook. Exceptional assembling these garments ch or how little you want. >t the Suifyou are looking ity, and among these modshions and most wanted [ the idea strongly repreits now $67.75 >7.50 Suits now $47-50 7.50, $55 Suits now $39.75 42.50 Suits, now $32.50 lits now $26.75 22.50 Suits now $17.50 it Reduced .d for (Cash ?Ho Charges i mtities of Elanl >uld Give You C i will not only want to bu s a splendid and sensible G Heavy Cotton Fille Lambs Wool Fillei Silk and Satin Fille nkets Catarrhal Deafness Caasot Be Cm by local application*, aa thty caimot rat tb* ilmiiil portion or tht oar. Tbara oob ena way to car* catarrhal doafni and that la by o eonatltutlonal ram* ' Catarrhal ruaraooo la award by aa Hamad condition of tit* imtLiona Hlt1n> tba Msatachhn Tab*. "Whan tbla tab* tiinaiaod yon bar* a rombUn* aoond or I atoiract tiaartns and onau tt is an tit doaad. T?*liar la tba raaalt. TJnlaa* I mflammatloa ana bo rodacad and tbla 0 toatorad to Its normal condition, boat aW^dnOnodbnaar^^m Slwrfcn Si5t55?n?^?^ : 4 1 yV . ^>$53?v ;*?=&*: 'c.'i . r- \ \3 " -- Shop Early in the Week and Early in the Day of Splendid ir Sale of >ats <&,Suits Ing about the Sale and ings / tare of the r> 9 e favored materials, all Coats of wool velour, )ra cloth, crystal cloth, Glow, Silvertone, pomY cloth, broadcloth and ;avy, warm coats, coats but light in weight, it are extremely handand serviceable. You ;his sale if you saw coats. ? as Follows 9.00 Coats new $11250 ,.50 and $85.00 53-75 69.50 Coats now $52-50 855.00 and $50 Coats, 142.50 and 839.50 Coats > 37.50 Coats now, $19.50 DO Coats now $15-75 .e of Salts g&LsBiiat cets and Comlood Selection y for your own use, but iffc. rrtrrfni+s ^l^SSSSSBBBBSSBSBSSISt 11 ATTENT * W Bring in your wheat *r i sE P?r bushel for good wh J* ' ?c floor on exchange basis. ?2 jg bushel 11 FAIRMONT I \ri %- - 'fr.3 - -g^" rT^^^^HB^Mpb ^flDHB "x v^jjp^H JMBR 1 """ I || Toytown is. 1 Girls and Boys It's Headquarters American made Toys ?urclj Dolls. Useful, practical instructive Toys, Chc&e? and a world of Dolls. * 'fz ' Christmas j j| Handkerchiefs, Gloves, flid^ iery, 'Slippers, Jewehy, S51ks - . SjiSsj Linens Towels, Blankfe I Blankets, Comforters. Pil- MBB ^ v'|ra '7*????S3?ifflBi - ? ^? while roads are good. We eat You can also get -winter y o? Tolls now taken on cash bai per ' .-a*; H _ . f j g