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We will endeavor to place before the nubile the fact that the place to get your Wall Paper and save the most money Is at Clemm's Wall Paper StoTc. Why? Recause vre buy the quantity that gets the lowrst price from the factory, and we have not raised the prico one penny this year. Of course, the price for hanging has advanced a little but the union demanded 50c per day more money, but you know we do the work so nicely an dgive entire satisfaction that you do not notice the difference in price and I am persuaded tfcat this should be sulllclent to an intelligent public to come to the right place. Our workmen are proficient to do any class of work you may have to do, either in painting or papering. Clemm's Wall Paper Store 413 \V. 1*1 KK ST. WE KNOW HOW. ('I.AltKSHOtC;, W. VA. 1 CLARKSBURG BRICKWORKS James M. Ceffman, Gen. Mgr. Supply of Building Brick Constantly on Hand Both Phones Clarksburg Lime, plaster, cement, sand, sewer pipe, etc. Prices right,quality and service our specialty. Both Phones FEED SUPPLY STORE Burrowes' Rustless Screens and Chamkrtin Metal Weather Strips For Good Houses Call? C. A. Sembower SALES AGENT BELL 905-R. GLEN ELK LUMBER CO. (Successor to Johnson-Garrett Co.) All Kinds of Building Material Planing Mill Work of All Kinds Everything: With Which to Build a House FRAME STUFF SIDING FLOORING <VEILING WINDOWS SASH DOORS * LATH SHINGLES ROOFING MANTLES NAILS Interior finish of nil kinds. No order too large or too small for us to till. No matter what you need in lumber, send us your inquiries and orders. Lowest Prices Prompt Delivery .. Call and let us show you GLEN ELK LUMBER CO. BOTH PHONES CLARKSBURG, W. VA. Southern & Southern Building Sand Delivered to All Parts of the City On Short Notice Bell Phones 923-J and 213-J Ctarktburg A PLAIN SUBSTANTIAL HOME DESIGNED BY CI I AS S. SEDGWICK, AKCHlTECr. Cn* accompanying design is plain substantial home built on square lines. It has a full con crete basement, a well con structed frame sheathed, papered and cemented on-the outside with a "Peb ble Dash Finish." The estimated cost ffc from 14,000 to $5,000, exclusive of heating and plumbing. The size of the main part is 28 ft. in width by 82 ft. in depth. A glazed piazza on tho left, size 9 ft. C in. by 20 ft., with a sleeping porch the camo size over. The interior of the piazza and sleep ing porch are plastered and finished with hard wood floors same as other portions of the house. This design Is for an cast or south frontape, with a large living room, 16 ft. in width and 27 ft. in Length, arross the front and entered on the right-hand corner through porch and vestibule. The main stairs are located on the right of the living room and are built on the comb' atlon order, with basement stairs and grade entrance underneath and a separate section of stairs load ing to main platform from kitchen. There is one large central chimney with a liberal fireplace In tho living room and with separate flue for fur nace and kitchen. The dining room on the left at the rear of living room opens onto tho glazed piazza with life?. glazed French doors and the living room also is connected with the plazzd In the same manner* The further end of dining room is finished with sideboard and china closets und small casement windows lighting over tho same. The kitchen Is well provided with cupboards nnd a convenient rear porch with space for refrigerator. The first story is finished in Washington flr, with dark mission stain and the floor of oak. The secQnd story is finished In white enamel with birch floor. These stories are 9 ft. and 8 ft. 0 in. in height. There arc Jhreo good chambers, sleep ing porch, largo bathroom and large sized closets. The design of this house is very plain, the proportions good, the object being to secure the largest amount of homo comforts at the low est cost. Bell Phone 1322-J. Home mhone 123 Glen View Brick Co. Manufacturers of High Grade BUILDING BRICK We solicit your business. Quality and Service Our Aim. Starford-Coll Co. 126 S. Second St. LIGHTING FIXTURES WIRING LAMPS AND SUPPLIES * Contracting and Repairing. Esti mates Cheerfully Furnised FURNITURE FORTHE HOME BUILDER Substantial Furniture at Unbeatable Prices. CLARKSBURG STORAGE & AUCTION CO. Cor. Fifth and Main Sts. Storage in Clean, Brick Building. Low liatc Includes insurance. ??????am i'I WW "??? - , Concrete Walks "V?i.' ' ' &OJ Why [iiit up with the flirt and iuconvcience of ft cinder or gravel walk, 01* the positive danger of a board walk, when onp of concrete will give permanent satisfaction. . The annoyance of mud 011 the carpets and kitch en floor, of wet feet and bad colds, and ftf loose boards that fly up and injure the careless, are entirely elim inated by the concrete walk. Wain drains from it rapidly, snow can be removed from it easily, and dust or mud can be washed from it with a hose. Our Contract Department will gladly submit estimate. Biddle ConcreteCo. CLARKSBURG, W. VA. LABOR IS SCARCE! IN TAYLOR COUNTY For First Time in Many Years, B. & 0. is Forced to Ad vertise for Laborers. GRAFTON. May 6.?For the first time In many years, In this section, at least, the Baltimore & Ohio Rail road Company has advertised for skilled and unskilled labor. The con tinued heavy run of freight and the increase In the amount of work de livered to the loca.1 shops has made it necessary to secure more men. To Mome Office. Local organizations have again taken up the matter of Inducing the Western Union Telegraph Company j lo establish an up-town office here. I Assurance has practically been given that this will be done in the near fu ture. Hold Convention. The ninth annual convention of the Morgantown District Women's For eign Missionary Society met at the Andrews Methodist Episcopal church here Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Several prominent church leaders of this state addressed the meetings. Dunbar Resigns. Announcement has been made of the resignation of H. R. Dunbar, principal of the Grafton high school,1 to become assistant state superinten dent of schools. He has been located at Grafton for two years past and has made an enviable record. His suc cessor will be Prof. King, head of the Sistersville schools. To Send Delegations. The Grand Army Posts of this sec tion are preparing to send strong del egations to the thirty-fourth annual encampment of the Department of West Virginia G. A. R., which will bo held at.Sistersvillu on May 16, 17 and 18. They Will Do It, A first class "heroic rescue" story was spoiled when a young woman dived into the river again to save her, canoe, after n narrtf^asenpc of her-' self and companion, when their i-anoo upset while shootinK the rapids In the river here. She faved tlie canoo. and reached the shore without fur ther aid. To Continue Fight. At a meeting this week, nt which offers of a compromise were made by the Pittsburg and West Virginia Gas Company on a proposed Increas ed rate In gas for domestic consump tion, It was decided by local business Interests to continue the light against the Increase anil several thousand dollars were subscribed to continue ; tlie battle. To Give Authority. Adjutant General John C. Bond has assured local men who are or ganizing a military company that au thority for the company will be giv en at once, when It Is learned wheth-1 er Wellsburg, w?ch started to or-; ganlze some months ago, will elect! to fill the only remaining vacancy In the state militia organization. Judge Iloliinsnn Speaks. Judge Ira E. Hoblnson was the principal speaker at the Impressive memorial services of the Loyal Order of Moose here last Sunday at the op era house. More than five hundred j^eojjle attended. Had I j liurnwl. Hunting for a gas leak along a gas main in the city streets, a man was burned this week and a heavy: cover Of a manhole war. blown some I distance when a pocket or gas ox-i ploded. The man is not seriously In jured. Cut to PIccck. Virgil Cathel, aged 16 years, wns cut to pieces by a helper engine near Hardtnan Sunday, while walking down the railroad tracks. He waB a son or William Cathel, a prominent railroad man. Ceremonial Session. Osiris Temple Nobles of the Mys tric Shrine, of Wheeling, held a cere monial session here Friday, which was attejided by several hundred no bles fr6m the northern part of the state. A special train, bore the visi tors here from Wheeling. The en tire city was elaborately decorated In honor of the visitors. Organize Ride Clnb. The Grafton Rifle Club, with, about fifty members was organized here Wednesday night and will se cure rifles and start practicing as soon as a rifle range can be secured. Thieve* Knnsack House. While the family of A. E. Frushi was at church, thieves entored the | residence and ransacked almost all of Its rooms, but secured little of! value. It Is supposed that the early! return of the family scared the I thiwe* away. No arrests have been! made. Concrete AVork t'nsafo. Some of the concrete work on the new county bridge has been found \ unsafo by local and state bridge en gineers and will probably be re- j movod. The bridge Is perfectly safe, but certain portions of it were j thought to be defective. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. I will not be responsible for any, debts contracted by any person or persons except myself. STROTHER STOUT. May 4, 1916. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. All peraons, owing the estate of Lemuel E. Stoat, deceased, are hereby notified to .settle same with the underpinned: and all persons having claims ng?ln*t aald estate aro hereby notified to present the same for settlement, at the Law Offlco of Stout It Mcrondlno. attorneys for the administra tors, at 701-708 Qoff Building, Clarksburg, W. Vt. Dated this 1st day of May. 1tt& 0. I fART Ell STOUT, W. FRANK 8TOUT, Administrators of the Eatm* *?mucl E. Stout, deceased* 7 FACE BRICK OtF EVERY SHADE AND TEXTURE Hollow- Fireproofing Tiles Roofing Tiles Promenade Tiles Common Building Brick Paving Brick and Blook Fire Brick and Ground Fire Clay Mortor Stains Thornton Fire Brick Co. Offices and Display Rooms 909-10-11 Goff Bldg. CLARKSBURG. 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