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II FINANCE, 01
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NEW YORK Nov. 1C.?There were
' ho materiel changes In yesterdays
broad and active market from those
H the preceding session. Hulls were
Xgaln tinder, repression In consequence
St the widespread movement of the
transport atlon companies to test (lie
legality of the eight-hour law, while
jsanea o( most other descriptions were
taalnly higher, a few registering gains
?t almost sensational proportions.
"
Grain and Produce,
CHICAGO. Nov. 16.?Although talk
- of peace parley* within four oionthR
tare a temporary advantage today to
the bear* la wheat, tin; uinrket closed
ttrong. Influenced by nnmntucemcul
that Argentine grain offcrlnc* to Kufope
had been completely withdrawn.
|?ntj by a report that farm reserves of
wheat In Canada were entail Closing
price* were %c to 2c netjilghrr, wltn
December at J1.8"1.* to"V- and
Mav at ll.UOtt to 11.91. Corn cnlnod
%?%c to %c nn<l out* %?Vic to %c.
Provisions showed n setback of 2 '/ <:
to 10c.
l Articles. "pen. Close.
Wheat
December $1.S7 $1.87%
May ... 1.92 1.12*4
Corn?
Decerntiei 9,"iTk .PC,
May 96% -97',.
Oats?
December 57 Vi .57%
May 51% .01%
2 ' nil nn^ n.rtri
| vii <*iiu. yjoiia. |'
It la early in the game to begin
(hooting in the Dents run pool in Ma-1
rlon county, W. Vs., but the decline
In the wells requires heroic measures.
Heckman & Huffman gave their No. 3
on the Alfred Kendall farm Its first
dose of the high explosive fluid yesterday,
and It responded with a production
of 315 barrels the ensuing 24
hours. F. W. Bartlett's No. 3 on the
Z. E. Batson farm Is still holding up
above 600 barrels a day. All other
wells In the district Bhow considerable
decline. The aggregate Is now 1,165
barrels.
On Miracle run. Battelle district.
Uonongalla county, the Hope Natural
4
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please your tast
they sati.
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go,
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Gas company baa a better well at Its
second test on the David 8. I.omlcy >
farm. The first 24 hours after It was
put .to pumping the well produced 75
barrels. It looks like a safe 30 or 40 '
barrel producer. In Greenbrier dls-1
tnct. Doddridge county, Trainer Bros. 1
have drilled No. 4 on the C. L. Pearcy I
farm Into the Big Injun sand. A fair I
gas pressure was developed, estimated i
at s.ooo.ooo cubic root a day.
Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 16.?The operations
on the local board were In a
measure a repetition or, to bo moru
accurate, n continuation, oI Tuesday's
session, because all the excitement1
and interest was again furnished by 1
the oil and gas stocks. It was this i
group which onco moru contributed
several new high records. Manufacturers
Light and Heat, with its htgn ,
record at 63 the day before, made an-!
other ascension ami sold for 664."r, a
share; but at the close It lost a trifle ,
front this figure. Ohio Fncl Supply |
also was as active as ever.and It mado
a new high at 66',4, while Union Natural
Gas was the third to achieve this
distinction by advancing for almost '
two points to a new high ut 17". I
Thn rest of the list was quiet and at-1
traelnct little attention. In he WestInghnti'r
division Union Switch and ;
Signal sold off tor jl at 116. while Air-,
brake recovered half a point and Elcc-1
trie declined to 64.
Summary. t
Sales. High. Low. j
35 A W O M 68', 62V,
10 A W O M p(... 11SN 116% !
225 C 11 Gas 42'* 42
22,700 Cafle Con OS OS
100 Consol Ice .... 4'/4 4?,
00 Fireproof 7Vi 7%
10Flroproof.pt.. 17% 17%
735 Ind Brew 6% 6%
195 La B Iron .... 80% S0V2
925 M L & H *64% 63
110 O Fuel Oil ... 17 17
1,270 O Fuel Sup ... *56% 55
70 P Brew pt .... 5% 5%
50 P Brew pf .... 24Vi 24%
5,100 Pbg Consol ... .14 .13
180 P O & O 10V? 10
50 P PI Glass ... 126 125%
793 Pure Oil 720% 720% i
6,100 R M & M 34 .32
500 Silver Peak ... .13 .13
2,000 San Toy 17 .17
100 Sewer Pipe ... is 13
20 U N G Cp *117 117
100 Un Switch 11G 116
100 U S Glass 10 40
Hiat's why Chesterfieh
od cup of coffee?they i
addition, they satisfy!
But, besides letting you
en smoking, Chesterfiel
'I o
Chesterfield is the one
l give you this new delig
Id), because no cigarett
nvthe C.he*ter field hleu/i
mbination of tobaccos an
vance in cigarette blendii
tfc/
ye me a package of those cigarette
Sterf
CXGARrE
I
16 US Stedl ..... 1*2* 122#
26 W P T-W P ... 24 24
470 WMt AS 164 1UH
350 ffeit EHec .... 64% 64
42,388
Bend*. *
H.000 PM'K & C8?.. 10344 102*
Now high record. tEi-divldend.
INDUSTRIAL
FAIRMONT
A nlckle plating department la to be
Installed in a few days by the Colombia
Art Gloss company for the ntckleplatlng
of the metal capi uaed on their
cold cream Jars, ointment pota, etc.
For some time the company has been
handicapped by the difficulty in semiring
the caps and the construction of
tho plating department was decided
on to correct this condition.
The protection given the telephone
cables, over which the bulk of Fairmont's
business and scandal is carried,
is scarcely realized by tho ordinary
38 are nice a
taste fine and,
know you've
ds are MILD,
" I
cigarette that
jht (satisfy, yet
lc lusuier can
an entirely new
id the greatest
ng in 20 year9.s
ty&is^v&accoCb:
s that SATISFY I
bid!
5TTES
10 for Se
Alto packed 20/or 10a
I#wi nv?ii. uiiiciw IIU itthva IUR IIUUI'IU lO
watch the workmen who are now placing
the new rabies In position. Last
summer when the streets were being
iai<l. the telephone company built, several
feet below the ground, a groat net
work of tile conduits. Inside these
conduits were placed hollowed wood
sections treated with creosote. now
inside those creosote treated tubes Is
being placed heavy, solid lead pipes.
Inside those pipes are the cables coatrd
In an Impervious Insulated coating.
1
So rapidly has the business of the
Hutchinson Cigar company grown, that
lor the second time in the last two
months. Manager Bartlett Is forced to
advertise for girls. There ore now
about forty girls employed In the factory
and this number is being Ini-reiiuiwl
.in tiinlillv n c nnoalhln Uv
this first of the year It Is hoped to havo
100 girls and men at work turning out
the Hutchinson stogies.
Trouble In securing right of way is
holding up to a certain extent, the
starting of work by the Traction company
on the new pipe line to be laid
down Coal run. As soon as the rlgbt
of way Is secured and the material arrives,
work will be started and rushed
through with all possible dispatch.
FLAMES DESTROY BLOCK.
GRAFTON*. W. Va.. Nor. 16?Fire
which for a time threatened the entire
business section burned over an entire
block at the town of Junior, near Bellngton,
yesterday. The flames were
finally brought under control by the
local fire department, assisted by a
volunteer company.
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IRMONT, TBtmSDAY EV1
"F Industrial
Worker Here Today
A. M. Broner, of Chicago, prominent
Y. M. C. A. industrial worker, is In
Fairmont, working with the local asso-i
elation in the factories and shops of
the city. Today gospel meetings will
be held in the foctories of Monongah
Glass. Fairmont Mining Machinery.;
Baltimore ana unio mops and HeM
mick Foundry.
Working with Mr. Brun?r are a number
of local bualnoaa men who are as-1
elating In the ahop meetings. The men
meet at in? x. m. c. A. each night for
a dinner and to disease new ways of'
extending their field of service.
Mr. Bruner will conclude his wort:
In Fairmont Sunday when In the Grand '
theatre he will address a muss meet
Ing which Is expected to be one of the
most notable affairs of the kind staced ;
in the city so far this year. ,
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Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER S
CASTO R I A
K ji i
That SECOND CHOP
of Yours?
?0 | I
It's time for planting
that second crop?the !
DOI.I.AIt CROP.
tVhen other things rest,
dollars should keep on . '
worKinc mey never tiro
of earning interest at Iho
National Bank of Fairmont.
; Your dollars might he
J) producing more dollars
now! ; j
, i The harder you can
f j mako your dollurs work
: ! the sooner you may rest,
j'i Your dollars will serve I
you continuously if you'll
1,1 let them. Will you?
<*7Ae r
nmiomalu^
bank of s||k
From Li
by the Sales
Applying two grei
,to one small Business tra
store of Anthony W.
Hardware Supply Co. i
recently enabled the 1
"McKinney Brothers D
of the largest and mo
stores' of its kind in Inc
TheSfe principles are:
1. Account tor every pe
and thus prevent thi
accuracy.
2. Know how your bi
week, month and yet
The McKinncy Brothe
retailers, found that to carry o
hoth speed and accuracy in
slips, in reading the story n
totaling long columns of figi
and departments, assets, liab
profits.
Pencil and pen involved
mistakes, too high a cost,
write fast enough and human
depended on to get the right
So the job was turned ovi
Machine.
It checks every record
protects the pennies. It mak
ysis on which the business is I
The Totals that'
Every morning the sales
sorted, totaled, again sorted am
Bros, know:
Total cash sales..
Total charge sales.
Total sales by clerks?ca
Total sales by departmer
_ Every month the totals i
flowing comparisons with the
years. /
BFIGTJRIN^
PREVENT C
CLASSIFIED
. HELP WANTED?FBMALE
WANTED?Night cook and dlthwash-'
er at imperial Restaurant. Mannington,
W. Va. 11-l tf No 1571
WANTED?Clerks for holiday work.
J. G. McCrorv Co. 11.14-31 No. 1826
WANTED?Ctrl for housework. Family
of two. References required.
Be?t wages. Mrs. Z. F. Robertson.
221 Fairmont avenue. IPl-Kti No 16.".0
WANTED?Lady"agent-Can earn *65.
to $75 monthly.. Professional work.
Experience not necessary. We teach
you. Address box 1629. West VirginIan.
. ll-14-2t No. 1629.
_ HliLP WANTED?KLALE^ ]
WaN TED?Linemen and lineman holp
ers". Steady work, good pay. Free ,
street car transportation. Apply M. V.
T. Co.. First street office.
ll-lj-rtt _No. J.61S j
WANTED ? Ilrlght young man to1
leafn office work and for general
utility. Wages $10 00 per week. Ad
dress Rhine particulars ns to ability.
Bo* 1627. West Virginian.
_ I t-U tt No 1627
WANTED?Meiv Steady winter work
Inside. Apply llelmiek Foundry Machine
Co.. Eighth street and Uelt Line.
11-lU-tt No. 1623
FLATS AND APARTMENTS
FOil RENT?Two flats In Hajs Building.
.Monroo street. Apply A. A !
Hays. Bowling Alley. 9-7-tf No. titt'J
FOR RENT?Seven-room brink house j
on Ohio avenue. All conveniences.1
$20.00. Brooks S. Hutchinson. Bell1
phone 176, Consol. -lis.
10-ni tf No 1581
FOR RENT _ _ J
FOR RENT?Large livery burn reur ,
of Court House. Call Bell 444. I
616-tt.!
tun iit.i i?won rurmsncM noine.
good location, paved street, street
car Hoc, close public school, modern
conveniences. Splendid garage. Must
be rented within live days. Inquire
Immediately. Box 1589 West Virgin-:
Ian, or 269 Consolidated phone.
11-1-tf No 1589
WANTED
WANTED OLD FALSE TEETH.
Don't matter If broken. 1 pay $1.90
to $5.00 per set. Mall to L. Mazer.
2O07 S. Fifth street. Philadelphia, l'a. I
Will send cash by return mall.
10-25-26 No 1548
ittle to Big
Slip Route
it business principles
nsformed the country J
McKinney into the Jj
of Dunkirk?and has
atter to expand into
epartment Store, one '
st complete country
:nny, on every transaction, SjjBaBS
: losses due to human in- flysSBKf
usiness stands every day,
rs, like thousands of other HgSBP
ut these principles required
adding the items on sales
wealed by those slips, in
trcs to get sales by clerks
lilitics, expenses, and net
too much delay, too many .bAw??rY
?-?? U-'- u-.iL
liuiuau jiii^un v.uuiuh i nwuv-im
brains couldn't always be ""
totals.
scto a Burroughs Figuring ^ pe]
of sales or purchase and rarr'es f?r
:es possible the sales anal- Ecncr? jCI
built. And
computing
rell the Truth statement
penses and
slips of the day before are
d totaled till the MciGnney > ^
Then
nd Bookk
ish and charge. any concer
its?cash and charge. or your teli
are transferred to a sheet of the 17
: same month in previous Machine '
Canada
AND BOOKKEEPTNG M>
:OSTLY ERRORS-SAVE VALUA
rroi
__Tho aright! ttoro ef Anthony
w. McKinoey. Hit threa sona
today operate at Dunkirk. Indi.
tot. odo of the biggeat tad fiorst X ,<&
amau town department ttorot /
in the state. I'JBt
> / lh
3
ADVERTISING
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Not. IS. large crescent shaped I
pla set with pearls Mrs. Harry
Shaw. 125 Morgatitcwn Ave. a
119 M No. 1610 | =
FOlrNI)?Diamond atirk nlr. OuMirr ?,
ci*II hare same br describing proper-1 j
t>* and paying (or this ad. I
Ulltl No. 1619 j
SALE OR BEMT : r
FOR SALE OR RENT ? A boau!i(ul |
(our room cottage on a ball aero lot. 7j
Tonus to suit purchaser. Address JOo,
Naomi street, or call 508J, Bell phone 1.
dapted to Any Business
; are 98 models of Burroughs Figuring
eeping Machines suited to the needs of
n large or small. Consult your banker
rphone book for address of the nearest
0 offices of the Burroughs Adding
Company^ in the United States and
vchines priced as
ble timedjf m low as?125'
if tllW - Jil Flip* ? with \
Dunouabs AdduuE Machine \' \.V,U^ x
biafictoriu lh?MuKuuoey
rpetual statement journal V^V.V""'
ward all^cntrjesaffectingthe
:ounts. "
sgain the Burroughs helps in
, from this journal, a monthly
of assets, liabilities, sales, ex- T
1 net profits. .. '
FOK KENT?Furnished room on Fair- '
niont. Ave. For genllemnn. Fall
Consul. 751. 11 la st No. 1631
KOIl RENT?Furnished front room.
52S Walnut avenue. Hell tiiilJ.
11-15-31 Xo 1631
Ft) R RE NT?Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, 512 Gaston Ave.
1111-St No. 1625 ,
fof
ONI CENT A WORD
| CASH WITH ORMR. ; BH
FOR BALK
"OR 8ALB?ttne lot (OxlM t*M fc.jf
Norwood. Address TU^MAryltBd <
MONEY TO LOAM ^
IONEV?'To lota la Burnt 01 HO
(50 to hujc'io having steady Holt. >
tan ot paid ia small monthly |W>\|
jcuts. An rcteruuce or tBdorsttuttta *
cuu'.ruil. Strictly confidential. AO- '
rots bo* iVJ. Clarkaburg, W. VlL^
TIE BIA'-KEVkl SAVING AND UJAH ',^9
company ot Bellaire. O.. hat MMJr
u loan on desirable real MtatO. Bo# ' ,
aul G. Armstrong. Attorney, (Hi
rust Bids., 7th Fluor. Fairmont, W.
Professional Cardij*
DR. R. D. ICC 'M
Osteopatnic Pnysician and Feed ,
on ti c second floor McCrOty
Illtlg.. liours 'J to 4. 7 to V, M Ijj
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday; ?9
aud Frlda). Boll Phono M7J, 431
IRA L. SMITH 19
C <jUN8BL.L0R-AT-l.AW
Office Trust Bldg. Fairmont Wt Vfc j
Optometrist an<. | 39
Optician, r,'J
25 years pracWBl }yM
experience Glasses furnished HI | ; jn
una hour. With
A. B. Scott & Company, j I
JEWELER8.
DR. A. B. SMITH,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 3gfl
AND EYE SPECIALIST, ->* i
Glasses of all Kinds corrsCti* j ''--3
lilted. Satisfaction guaranteed." *
llall Block over Martin's Draft.
Store. ' /M I
jfe . 'V .. -jV[3SB
fcKirii*v Brothers' depart
ore at Dunkirk. Ind . built
ability, a<curacy mad
k~ Si
W. ?o?T^ T Ma
'mck^^s' ill
IWtT
n-n-ct No. niai
_ JN8TRUCTIOHB : \
TO MEN?Our system o[ teaching bar-! *
tiering enable* you to learn n profit- if
able profession quickly. Write Moler I
College. :Cf W. 4tb street. Cincinnati I
O. ? 10-31-IGt .No. 1576,
FARMS FOR BALE j '
VIRGINIA FARMS FOR SAMi? I
Leuili all about Virginia toll, ell- j
mate, products, etc.. by rending Vir-1
gtnia Farmer. Sand tOc for lour |
months' subscription to Ilia Farmer
company, Dept. 60, Emporia. Va.
10-16. No. 1533 j
HORSES, CATTLE, ETC. (f
FOR SAUK? Fresh cow with calf. A. j
Marcus, Main street, Farmfngtun.! I
\v. va. ll ir. iit No l J
KOU SAI.K Four heml nl Jersey holt-j
ers. Will be fresh In April and Mnv !
E. A. Braeoo. Fairmont, Rt. 5.
11-16-31 Nn 1H:14
OFFICES TO RENT ;
FOR KENT?Well equipped ottico, !
furnished complete I'rloc reason- j
able. Inquire Ilox 1590 West Virginian I
or Cotisol. phone 209. 11-t-tf No 1090 I
R00M8?FURNIOKEp j
FOR RENT?Nicely furnished room. !
gentlemen only. 121 Fairmont Ave. >
Bell phone 83. ll ll tf No. 1611II

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