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Shower for Daughter.
Mrs. Margaret Mort entertained at her home Wednesday evening at a miscellaneous shower given in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Donley Smith, who was recently married. About fifty friends were present making the evening very entertaining. Mrs. Smith received some handsome and useful presents. Refreshments were served at teh o'clock. , Has Tonsilitis. Lorin, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fox, is ill at his home with an stack of tonsilitis. Home from Phlllppl. \ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holbert Just returned from Phllippl where they had . been looking after some business Interests. Piano Class. Miss Genevieve Cordray, o? Fair' mont, who has been here this week soliciting pupils who are Interested In piano lessons, has secured a large ; class. Notes and Personals. Mrs. Anna Jarvatb, ot Bellalre, 0., is here visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pikus. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Colibrave Monday, a baby daughter. Charles Everet who had been visiting with his son, Thomas Everet, returned to his homo in Wheeling yesterday. W. W. Satterfield, of Fairmont, has .? accepted a position with the B. & O. at this place as first trick operator. . John A. Oliver has returned from a ' week's visit with friends at McCechen. Mrs'. George Henderson, of Fairmont. was here Wednesday evening . for the shower at the home of Mrs. ' Margaret Mort. J Enoch Snider has purchased a new . Chevrolet automobile. Mrs. Betsyann McCracken, of Man- j nlngton, is here visiting with friends for a f9w days. The colored people of No. 3 are hav- ; ing some repairs made on their church at that place. Evening Chat } How The Imagination Can Run! Suppose you were a little hoy and you got married and you lived in a nice house?and in due time you had a little boy of your own and one day he went down In the cellar?and he climbed up on a big box and he got down a big ax?and after he played with It awhile he climbed back up again?and just us he got the ?x almost back where it belonged, it fell on the poor little boy's neck and killed htm dead. That's the story they told us when we were ypungsters?every time we 1 began to worry about anything. "Sup pcee, mother," we started, "suppose it should rain on the day of the pic. nic!" "Suppose nothing!" says Mother. "It will or it won't." That's Ma. We all do a lot of "supposing" I these days but what I call the biggest I "ahoppose" I ever heard tell albout is the "suBDOse" I began to start this [ * off -with which might very appropriately run as follows: "Suppose" a man had seven children, himself?and last ?(always last) a wife. That does happen frequently. And he had to buy each memfoer of his family one pair of shoes. (God help him if he has to buy them all two pairs this winter.) And each pair cost somewhere around ten dollars! There are still husbands and fathers left these days who bring up a family. Say?where are these men on |100 a month? for financially speaking, after they pay the bills. I'm constantly wondering what's going on in the minds of medium-wage bread-earner "~the KitcheivCablnet tl Hoosier Kitcher Pifior dust or ge^ms to lodge | cabinet it is never dented, i ||||' of order. Beyond question |||.' keep clean. Hoosier is the i |||r rou should own. I: Ross Furnitu "Furniture ,W< ^Masonic Temple Teleph everal pair at a tit less but they **> 'n a par with tbe old $3.50 shoes we coked at long years ago! What a big, lne bill a tea-spot makes! And how t shrinks in value when it is ex:hanged for Just one pair of shoes, sn't It a pity that the poor ten Is of o little coiiiequence. Can it be poslible that merchants make no nndne iroflt on $10 shoes?to say nothing ot he shoes which sell for $14 and $15. 'cmewhore, somehow, there most be omeones who can give us some lnide information on this subject. It believe It wonld react well if tome shoe-nan wonld give us a hisnf tha nhna frnm thn anlo out go. hat we may understand?may grasp .he situation, so to speak; so oar learts won't oome quite so far np In rar throats when we price shoes wliich look and feel right And speaking of 80ie??doesn't It hurt one's wul to wear shoes which wear :hrough the bottoms in about tire seeks at the moat. Father sighs one >ig sigh and says these days: "There, ;'nank goodness, the children have vhoes at lait!" No, Father, they ffon't last And almost before you swallow that sigh youll be carrying :he children's shoes as well as your >wn to the little shoe repair shop iround the corner where youll leave mother bill with a figure two on this Jme. If you merely want to straighten ie heels, you'll leave 50 cents, if ?)U want rubber heels?oh?what's Jie use?! Financially speaking, iothlng'8 any use anymore but cash. No Imagination About This, I've discovered something.- We lon't have to go to Texas to find that ooma are in demand. There's a big lemand right here in Fairmont, So ny dear little lady with a spare room n the hotiso and a corner In your x>cket book Just the right size for an :asily earned bill walk yourself down :o we newspaper ouice uuu put m ?u id. In Just two clays?I know a wonan who had exactly seventeen 5eojle Answer in ad she put In gad. -she "Gels-It" Peels Your . Corns Right Off Two Drops Will Do It Without Fu or TrouUe. Never Fails. There's only one way to get rid of a corn, and that Is to peel It off as you would a banana akin. There la only on* corn remover In all the world that does it that way. and that crop* |A^Ra>y jto ao^pv nenft J?'loit^i|^i rn'fr'y^fj' monV^ba|J^orn-remove^ coots pt a tyW^fny drag^store. irPdlby slra In Fairmont and recommfndea us the world's best corn remedy by J. H. McCloskey & < Co., Crane's Drug Store, Fairmont Pharmacy, and H. & H. Drug Co. metal and glass, the flour i Cabinets leaves no place i. Tightly fastened to the lever spills, never gets out it is the easiest to fill and scientific cabinet?the one re Company jrth Living With." ( one 1232 Jefferson St j basnets TEon?y ,n the r0?n While (me m?y not get eight dollars a day tor a room, holding three persons, as housekeepers are doing c sear the oil fields In Tests, room t rents In the city have raised and one 1 may now charge as much as five dol- s lars a week?and In some cases eight 1 dollars tor two in a room. T know a woman who receives eight dollars , with privilege allowed of preparing j two meals a day In the kitchen. The j dav of two dollars a week fyr a room j has disappeared along with a lot of ( other cheap things, ltemember the j folks who dickered about this and ? than about that??Could they use the , sewing machine and the washing machine and the piano and thq, victrola and the front porch swing?and have *?-- ?i" /inji 1 e company in iue (nuivi?. All for two dollars a week? Them J days am no more! Brace up, house- . keepers with a spare room or two. " Tour day has arrived. A Tip To The Weather-man. I tell you Tloejtfy?if it rains anymore this week, I'm going to charter as airship and hie me to lands far and distant. 1 like the rain. I know It's gat music in it's patter, patter. I I know it's good for the garden. And nice for the dust But what good is it in the autumn when there isn't any garden nor any winding, cloudy, country road. I like it on a cool day when t I work in the attice putting away the } summer clothes. I Hke it?aad so d<y 1 you?when there's a lot of sewing and 1 darning to do and when nice weather i with lots of sunshino proves too 1 tempting for work's own god. But we've had quite enough in Fairmont 1 the last week or two. Everywhere I < go, somebody either has a cold or tha 1 blues. Enough said, weather man. t Turn off the rain. ?? i The last elephant in Zululand has t Just been killed. : jj In prefe the i Let i canon I L that you It's an u! is an um Sweet ' demand f means u1 Sweethe* brand of We k will pro1 we coul< liberal oi 1 B | i'v' ) g 1 The Lawrence M. Chamberlain class i if the Dunbar school gave a One enter- < ainment last evening in the Trinity c A. E. oh arch in Cleveland avenue. A t iplendid program was carried out as < ollowi: i Class march. Mrs. Rosalie Damon; . jresentation of Emblem to Sponsor, tlchard Meade; solo, Margaret Robnson; reading, "When Malinda Sings," I Elizabeth Chamberlain; piano solo, | jladys Keller; reading, Leona Qib esple; solo, Ruth Goodlow; reading, LIT Brown Baby," Dorothy M?de; lilver offering; class song. / A German firm has been cJpnnislioned to build 300 concrete hmaes ai ( -,aon. m slilNliS I tit MS f() CHIM'S iEEKS | Mother: Brew TB* Vegetal* Tea At e Home?Good Wpalth To Bl the 1 To dri^^ut otjjbe syetA lmpnrlies that keeDSfljJtgeliiigfciseraWe j e good adywjjana Wtole who want c >etter keekrVn?yment of 1 ife shoula :xmf neg]ec\tiki#^.t least t l two-wap treatnW^^V gentle ( Dru^B^uitol^^MEyscores of j leopljJWJoy beatime be- 1 ^au:j#ttUcM*pTO liver and bowels s n wuujpWoitlon an* ends bilious j sick headache. ( G^Slt to the children when peev- ( sh. They like It, and ft acta very I ;ently onsthelT little bowels. Be sure rou get Dr. Carter's K. & B. Tea. c i more than a irred toilet sc world why yc us convince^ tot buy better z* Scr vpu a full size ca juj^ite soap absolute! miay give it a thora imsua^fiej^ii^gSB isuaTsoapT^ heart Soap meets th or a qualitysoapat a j tmost economy. Th? irtis today the large toilet soap in the wc now that Sweethe sre best by test?c i not afford to m fer., /s . % her parents at Rivesville, ?ere held this afternoon at y I'dock. The Rer. Yoak, of Rireswle, iftldated ?t the services and iMernent wjrmade In the Thorn cerfter*in Woods rtm by Undertaker MuJfcraTe md Son. J GET READY FOB <eep Your Liverkctlve, lour System Purified and Five Fror#Colds by Taking CalotAs, the lausea- 1 less CalomelfTableS, That Are DeligVtful Cafe Physicians and DnWgitI are jidvlsng their friends tq'VI/ theii* eyaems purified and tj/elWrgans In perect working ordetfas t protection i tgainst the retara/opflDnenza. The* ' enow that a. cl^yTrif ffi^%F^and J ine urnsea, no grJping, .er effects. Next iM^Pfigyour cold i iae vanished# yoni^fver is active, . 'onr system is purified and refreshed ind you are feeling fine with a hearty I ippetite for breakfast. Eat wbat you >lease*-no danger. 3alofabs are sold onljMn original seat- , >d packages, price thirty-five cents. ' Jvery druggist is authorized to refund 'our money if you are not perfectly lelighted with Calotabs?Adv. rr million homes >ap. Thafs^t m shoald^try ou at/our ex n#in?J / Ictto kJ of this Belov y free?so take it wgjb trial, nothing yo?s?lf e double C0UP?a. jrice that ^ it is why stselMmg ?Id. iff^l art Soap itherwise j fk akc tMs [ j !?f ll "Ifs full of concerit^^l^|fwid heat eases .pain."; "And one box will do the work of 50 mustard plasters "I [tquicker than any If you havent tried Elegy's Mustarme get a small box 9 at Martin's Drug Stord today?it costs but little, the jrafl suits are marvelous?but be sure it's Beg^s?the qWek-* eit pam killer on eartli?always in the yellow box, 30 andfl </ S. C. WELttS & CO.. LeRoy, N. Y. Try a Want Ad in The West Virginian J I a v ' <nS I / || I 3 Sweetheart is the Hj he best reason in iH that money Kfl AF II 7 is your coupon. Sign it and to your grocer. There is J to buy. We pay the d^ler is good wherever tbisnewW^^^^H | Pnmot tbk Coopoc to yoar grocer or dwlcr whMa 1* U 5 dayi and recclrs oat faU-tin caka of SWEKTHSART I Toflet Soap abcoiutafy free. ! Mr Bfoatara batow cattOa?that I hara recatrod ooa oka I of 8w?Whaa?TufcH la?yfcHtfc<ayMt ! Aiirrm -J TMiArlillalXaBiiimatwiffc. >; 7?'*? Dtmlwrt Tn>i(tk>to?Nd?(itHtiMa teiat^feilfl S~ la tba dlaw?d J TMa mn? (with box lay imiliw '"*''^^^1 d?w??li atwalarr??qprUt, pr?rWn? all oI ?tn?? wn<IW?aa -a bar* kwnfa&reaais^M with. Aar vMatiaasI thaaW**,eooil- M iI?mfw<m thla coupon VOID. Jiltai ata art iwaWii tfSM ?? !& miaiia CiMiJaa?>bt?aa><lwt??a?hrii<i?ii<i? M J J Sotp St, Nev T?rkl Tlic ...ft \lrjrinian, Oct. SI, 1910.