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|r Only God Knows. Hlft? bear mothers say to one anfcftother: "Don't let ronr children play KgHfbany hot the best children. Don't ?Dfthem associate, especially as they grow older, with anyone who doesn't come from one of the best families." |f and to say the same thing myself. K'Spt PftL ehrwly coming to the oonclujpjjon that only the Creator Himself Bnhows who the beet children are. You Ksjftyceleet your child's companions the utmost care, spending hours HBagjlAt the fob?weeding here. H adding there?breaiung up a menuship here, severing a childish love KVl&t ?ndwbat Is the result? I ask USm^fconestly. Hasn't It been your MMBEd^Agpflrlence that very often the >- child who has no, ancestry, no social standing, no pre-possesslng family , BjBJHJfc': lovable and dear and clean- , Now I once gave a children's p party, and seated around my table P were youngsters whose fathers and mother* moved in good society. I never shalll forget something one of (fjjlranlcest little girls did In the way . jg; of table manners. We had a fruit , $3 salad. -There was an odd Dutch-de- , sign bowl filled with salad dressing J mfor the little ones who liked it, and ' fa my small lady, aged ten, who ha.! j&wawn up In one of the very nicest!, "families in this city, leaned far over ; the table and poked her Inquisitive finger in the bowl of salad dressing, WClgfflte the remark: "I don't know , Kjwfether I like that or not! Hully Gee, ( '?After.that I began to doubt as far ; aa. Inborn manners were concerned |||uj&?liter I doubted whether the best children were born with the best morrSjilrwhen I chanced upon a game played by two children whose parents ; "wera irreproachably dear and sweet. Slowly, but surely I came to the realization, as many another mother has, ^^Wit It Isn't the family which makes * the child, but Instead some indcscrlb% 'able, un-underetandable, mysterious ? Inheritance; Just as likely to be placed in the heart of the nondescript chfld as in the heart of the best-fam- ' ' Why is It a preacher's son usually ! turns out bad? That's not an orlg-1 -V Jnal reflection. I read It somewhere I in a book. If he does, I should say it j was because he had been told all bis life he came from good, Christian, unmatchable parentage?as though he had nothing to work for himself? ' f'B as far back as I can reIfour grandfather was a Your great-grandfather cer. Your mother is the who ever lived." nan or woman who strugirorthy reputation all his of leaning back satisfied ents' good name, who 1 the most. eW are com- ; sve too much in family, :e of personal worthiness.: : work out that way. Mis- j I tde even in the best fami-! J digal sons and daughters I; ilatlal homes as well as j < r Btrlcken ones. Housekeeping Rooms. J In the city told me the . >ry last evening: oking gentleman came to yesterday to see somo ' for rent He had such mners that he won me ately, and I had just fin-1 him he might have the mself and wife when he isually that he had two h babies. I said at once, event, I can't let you 1 ms, as I don't want chll ouse.' the man's face changed. , iw round and big. 'He i like some animal trapler and for ten minutes 4ch a lecture as I never and hope to never hear omen with homes ought ! of yourselves,' he said, n to do any more? I've city over and over, and ' go they refuse to rent ' 'MiiRfi I have children. . Shall I take tpy babies out and drown wtbem? There ought to be a law SKgjUnst this thing. People ought to be ^compelled to take in deseprate parents with children. It's not a bit of ; use your opening your mouth to tell ; me my place is a house of my own. In Heaven's -name, whhere can I find ' In Heaven's name, where can I find ; a house? I've had my furniture stor- ; family living in another city because < there Isn't a house or rooms to be had 1 8Sm Fairmont where I may take a wife ; 'v/sad two babies. And in most houses iLwhere .1 go I find plenty of rooms, all for men or couples without children. I see plenty of dogs I Hounglng about on the best furniture i ^ or bed??but babies?no?they are ] I This stoiV Is a true one and hap- '! pen?d almost word for word just yes- ! Herday. The woman woh told it to J paate' Bald she felt truly sorry for the J i jniBCoaraged husband and father. IfJ anyone knows of rooms where thv i man may take his wife and babUB, ,:L ^ ^ ' ' . ' r? ' ^ 0U> ??P TIME SETS AN HOU :all Martin's book store and ask (or some nice looking gentleman who wishes biggi them. He is a stranger in the city. low'f forw ~ Cattle, Cabbages and Chickens. done Carey Brand, of Bowlby, W. Va., Oonsold to Frank Fisher this week some you )f the heaviest cattle he has weighed are J :hls year, averaging 1,474 pounds. On and .Mb same farm was thresrhed over is In )00 bushels of wheat. In thevgarden and jrows cabbage which when weighed graii :ame to 18 pounds a head and chick- taste 2ns came to 16% pounds for two some roung ones. Since the monster pnmp- ambi tins on display in Kline's and Coo;le's windows, we have heard of a He lumber of products of various sorts a bui searing special characteristics. Like his i ihe children who constantly have'neyn Great \ j\ itFA>II^DRUG I \ M rrf?12 LOCUST | V \t FormeeUlB. H. McClosk f Wcy^ream sem^in appetizing www wwmaynwMwwMw F? impi | FA <?T coc^coi^ l?WWHHHW?VWfW?HHWHH ( BREAl/lS THE &VA E GOT THE b??TT WE \ V G#[JL0,S IDEA! | Phone | Be Sure to met Our \ MiUSTIN jfcuMB* < ^U.VIBllG^pjpFITTINC^ rtwwwwMwwAvww *?<\ymss% | HELMICK P^UNDRJpp !> 8th StreAand Belt IjBt/.l I COAL & OOKE JpAN' !l Wine CJars, Tipples, ScreV^jpline RIG J! wd Switches, general caafTilff; etc. w twww?w?4w<)twwww>ww ! FACTOIV REBUILT it \\ ! TYPEWRITERS ! 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Mr. and Mrs. Donley Smith left yes- t nont an 1 and In< No Alien Shoul To Belong to Or Politic^ izati ,From the Manufa< The aliens of this country, who can not our laws nor our civilization,-are I of anarchy by the Bolshevists for ihe | can government and bringing upon u; I Commenting on this situation Mr. F tin, Tex., in a letter to the Manufactui "Aliens in this country have no ri grant thorn through treaty rights, and to agree with the laws of he country, an alien the privilege of exercising th stance, as voting, holding office or tak /lifts, in other words, he has no politii Many of them remain in this country ' ? 1-ihTMi In industrial centl bor organizations. These organization quasi legal standing; in fact, the publii ed the usefulness of labor unions if pr but in the recent past such organizatioi transgressed their proper functions, ai whole country and to themselves. 7 voting'power in labor organizations it the policy of such organizations, a' struction and not towards construction, membership in such organizations, to i benefit at the expense of the country at "I would lite to have you express prohibiting aliens from becoming me country or any society which can dire es in coercing the Government or the in Mr. Crosby's suggestion is a good o see it carried into effect. No alien sh tified with political or labor, or socie Th? alien?alien in thought, in langu ,irAmerican?cannot vote. He musi privilege of citizenship. Nevertheles member of labor, or of other organiza feet in shaping the political work of th TTmo .Can. am mnkfllVrr] hv anaTC express purpose of affecting politics, < country; Mr. Crosby made a very vise sugge ly receive the attention of the country ; such a law can be passed. MAKE W?9ffiUYSJOT DATfeMCTR CALL AND HAVE D FAIRMONT ELECT] MONROE ST. Mwwtwwvttwwwwwww Transfer, flauliLr and Dj and carefully, 0H> TIME //V YCj } ^ nONT TARGET X ,r i? to srrttc clock \ ' back or vouuu ^ . not bt uate to church. its touch o ti- ? ?ow Haws' iHfllt with tho ! h ormer's parents, Mr. aud Mrs. WU- t> lam Smith, of Kingmont. ? ' S Visiting Mother. d Mrs. Maud Brown, of Clarksburg, is tere spending a f?*w days with her d aother, Mrs. John Kenney. f< Home from Hospital. t( D. M. Kidder, who has been in Cook d iospltal for Eomo time, was feroaght ome Wednesday. H y Notes and Personals. Bob Kidder, of Moundsville, Is here v isitlng with his brother, D. M. Kidder. [ 1 Bill Knight, a former resident of this | own, bnt now of Steubenville, Ohio, is 11: d Its Ma dustrial ] * < < | Id Be Allowed f :: Any Labor il Organ< on J iturers Record.) not speak our language, who know j | being mobilized under the red flag f jurpose of overtuurning the Ameri- < i the chaos that exists in Ruussia. | G. Crosby, a merchant of Aus- * rers Record, says: ;S ghts or privileges except those we | these reaty rights, of course, hhavc | These treaty rights do not give J e rights of a citizen, such, for in- $ ing part in political and social up- ? :al power toward constructiveness. I j with never an expectation or desire ** :rs most of them are members of la- ? 1s have by he ubplic been granted a I believe, has generally recogniz- 4 operly confined in their functions; j; is have in the opinion of the public I > nd are becoming a menace to the ;! "hese aliens are able through their j; 1 some instances to entirely control nd their efforts are towards deThus they arc able, through their influence matters for their personal id the government ? !? your views as to the propriety of !; mk?r? in ?nv lahnr union in this !! etly or indirectly exercise influcnc- j [ dustries of the country." <; ne. Some way should be found to ;; lould be permitted to become iden- ! il uplift organization of any kind. ; I age and in spirit to everything that X ; be naturalized before he has the s, this same alien by becoming a lions, can have a very powerful ef- ? e country. ;! hists in radical labor unions for the JI tnd through politics controlling the ?; f stioo, one which should immediate^ snd be put into effcct as quickly u ,S / AI N rtUOWJDOIN T>M?. *j?oH1FWII ere spending a few days with blsir ither, John Knight. -L Mrs. John Miller, of Enterprise, was | l town yesterday visiting with herj aughter, Mrs. Emery Morris. Delbert Leeson had a patnfnl accient yesterday haring mashed his x>t. af Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bice were at- ej snding to business In Fairmont yester- l)] ay. Mrs. Lannis Leeson and Mrs. Elmer lodgers wero shopping In Fairmont <" es(erday. w Mrs. W. F. Boone, of Everson, was e: isittng her daughter here, Mrs. H hernias Rodgera. ol Pete DeMare will have a broom and a lundry soap sale Monday. p< .nufactui Enterprii Is your house in Ord< Does the maid alwayi Do the children ever Does the furnace eve: Do the spigots leak? Does the landlord a wnnniifiu) Toniim? y XCIJU^OWU M Does thtf riewsbo?l paper? / jjf Does tpadifmer alwa Doeyeiary little thk your house?! Our syapm is just# house, wondwful t^jr s< The Monongahela V< ^%WWWVMWVWWWWWIMWyi? H?mW<MMWWWWtWM||l<WW | thewtwat fi^ojpirtf^nne >^tdf$Jl.00,'$1.25, WWWW?>KptWWWMW>WW ?WWWWMWWWWWW^>M1 u TL-^ . 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