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*ffy >'A /' ' /.' . 't -V!T*?fr&jl? FINANCE, 0] I Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH, Nov. 18.?The PlttM- i turgh market wbh fairly active and | itrong. Four new high mark* wore ! registered, Caney River Gne. Ohio Fuel! Supply, La Belle Iron and Steel com-1 non selling at the highest price* ever [ luoted. American Window Glasa1 tocks were fractionally higher and j the Other members of thin group bold : iteady. Air Brake advanced to 18,".! Utd Electric to tiS'fe. but Union Switch luu Diftnui wub ii punii lower at un. 1 8ummary. Hales. HIBli. Low. I 230 A W O M 63 62% i 130 A W G M pf .. US 118 40 Caney P. Our . *',2% 42%; 2,800 Cabel Cons ... 09 .07! 16 Crue Steel pf.. 122 122 j 20 Fireproof 7Vi I1/*' 636 Ind Brewing *''.a 5% i 10 iDd Hrew pf... 22% 22% 1,012 La B Iron .... *S4 S2fe 30 La B Iron pf .. 133 133 660 Mfra L & H ... 63', 62% 15,200 Mt Shasta 1.03 .90 J 160 Ohio F Oil .... 17 17 540 Ohio F Sup ... *58% 57 600 Pbg-Idafci, . . . 1.20 1.20 Ha CAA nu? i < i A &V|OW rus * uur.vi ... .it .1.* 370 Pbg Browing .. 5% OH 40 Pbg Brew pf... t23% t23% 60 Pbg Coal 43 43 60 Pbg O & O .... 10 10 670 Puro Oil 21 2044 8,800 Ho a a Mining .. .37 .35 1.000 Sliver Peak ... .13 .131 300 San Toy 18 .18 140 Un'n Switch... 116% 115 165 U S Stoel *125% 124% 386 West Alrbr ... 165 154 436 West Elec .... 66% 65% 74,777 Bonds. 77,000 Ind Brew 6s .. 69 69 *New high record. tEx-dlvldend. Oil and Gas. The Cabin Creek district In Kana worn county. w. vs., Biier remaining inlet tor gome weeks Is again to the !ront with good producers and further imphaslzes the producing possibilities )f the Berea grit field. From the size it the late completions it begins to ook as though the Columbus FroducBg company was getting intb better territory than it had previously developed on the big Williams Coal company tract. It has completed Nor. 44 ind 56 and they are good for CO and 100 barrels, respectively. The same :ompany has completed a test on the J. A. Stover farm and it is estimated to be good for SO btirrolR u day. Alt three of these wells are located In the i lortheast extension and in the vicin-1 ity of the Ohio Fuel company's produc-) ;r on the John D. Kittengcr farm. Since development work began it. | ,uio uiouivt VUG jiiuwutuuil uua UCCU j steadily increasing and is now higher; :hau any other district in the eastern > lelds. The wells show good staying hialltles and under active operations tie new completions offset the decline fi.the old wells. Now that the producng limits have been extended to holdnge other than the Cotumbus I'roducng company It Is prcdictod that hold-1 :ra other than the Columbus Produc ing company will take an active part In development work. Lincoln county la another that will1 sontlnue development work. In Duvai llstrlct, the Eagler Oil ami Gas company completed No. 4 on the Walter Hall farm and secured uti eight-barrel pumper. On the Little Kanawha riv- j ar, two and one-half miles below | BITS OF II STATE NEWS j[ The annual meeting of the West Virginia Mining Institute will be hold it Huntington on December 12 and 13 according to an announcement mado by E. H. Zern, of Morgantown, secretary of the organization A record atendance Is predicted. The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia has found that In a suit tor divorce on the ground of willful desertion and abandonment, evidence jf the breaking oft of matrimonial relationship and of living separately and apart 1b not sufficient. There must also be evidence of Intent to desert without cause and the burden Is upon the plaintiff to show that the defendant left without Justifable cause, excusing himself or herself from blame. Only one recruit has been sent to Fort Thomas. Ky? from West Vlrjlnla since the Second Infantry, West Virginia National Guard left here for the Mexican border. Recruiting officers declare that prospects are good tor the enlistment of a number of recruits now that the election la over Sut that they found It Impossible to Interest young men In military prepositions during the heat of the campaign. Better protection from forest fires Is being afforded In West Virginia this fall than ever before and as a re-1 sun, siace oinciais point out, mere hare been but few disastrous blazes thus far. The forestry department of the Federal government co-operatlns ' with the West Virginia forest, flah ind game department, hae made many provisions for protection In. the vast I timber areas In different parts of the j state during the last year and look-1 put stations have hern established In ! Raleigh, Mercer, Kanawha anil noono , counties during the last few months.: Additional patrolmen have been cm-1 ployed and each hae boon placed In , charge of areas abaut 25 miles In radius. That the next regular passion of the legislature will bo ona cf Importance Is Indicated by tbo fact that many reservations have nlroady boon made at Charleston hotels for quartors by representatives of various big Intorosts In tho state. Oil and gas men, coal i operators, oommorolal representatives |ad others we included among those | IL AND GAS f Grantsville In Center district. Calhoun | county, Godfrey L. Cabot has drilled I his test on the Mattle Belts farm Into : the salt sand and showing for a light j pumper. Light wells are the offering in Pleas- j anls count}-. In McKitn district, the I Onto Oil company has completed No. 2G on the M. K. Holdren tarm and It is , not good for more than two barrels, j The Shanty Oil and Gas company's No. J 7 on the Sarah Jane Barnhart farm is i dry In the Cow Run sand. In the same district, tho Eugle Run Oil company completed No. 14 on the Allen Holdren farm and will not be ! good for more than one barrel In the i Cow Run sand. L. C. White & Co. j drilled their No. 9 on the Riggs Bros, farm through the Kener sand and it shows for a two-barrel pumper. Pour , completions and five barrels of new production is rather discouraging. 1 At Josephs Mills, Ccntervilie district. Tyler county, the Pittsburgh & , West Virginia Gas company completed and shot its second test on the Alexander Ulum farm. It is a small gasscr. in the Big Injun sand. At the head of Big run, in the same dlsrict. the Carnegie Natural Oas company drilled a| test on the Minnie McCullough farm through the Big Injun sand and got a gasser. New York NEW YORK, Nov. 18?The almost j incredlable conditions prevailing In' tho metal Industry found reflection in yesterday's feverishly active market 1 to a degree never before attained. Announcement of additional advances in refined copper, lead, spelter and similar products accounted for the unpar anciea uemana lor securities of those companies. High record Quotations were established by Utah, Anaconda, Inspiration, Kennecott, Ray, Nevada, Greene Cananea and Chile Coppers at extreme gains of 2 to 5 points, while the 7 per cent, cohvertlble bonds of tho Chile company added 3 points to yesterday's advanco of 3% on a very heavy turnover. Of the total turnover which approximated 2,000,000 shr.res. United States Steel, coupers and affiliated Industrials contributed almost SO per cent Grain and Produce. CHICAGO, Nov. 18.?Foreign gossip as to wheat was so unqualifiedly bear tsn mac leaning traders bere openly I expressed suspicion of an organized effort to spread false reports intended to bruak the market. Nevertheless, bearish sentiment was greatly Increased and prices closed heavy. 2c to 3c net lower, with December at $1.82% @T.82%, and May at $1.88%?1.SS%. Corn lost 1%@1%C. and oats to %c. In provisions the outcome ranged from 35c decline to a rise of 2%c. i Articles. High. Close., Wheat? Decembct $1.8414 $1-82% i May ... 1.89% 1.88%' Corn? December 95% .94 j May 97 U .98% Oats? December 58 .37% | May 1 .?i >/ j STETSON DISMISSED. Charles Stetson, colored, was dis-, niisscn ycsicruay ?y squire II. I.. | Floniing on a charge of stealing a I necltlace from Sam Walker also col-1 ored. who have already made arrangements for headquarters. After having been almost totally blind for 41 years. Mrs. Allie Smith, aged 61 years, can see. Her sight was restored ny an operation Tor re lief from trachoma. The woman was one of 37 who received expert medical attention at a clinic held at Williamstown by federal and stato exports on trachoma. Operations were performed on twelve victims. One of thes* whose cure is said to be permanent, was unable to see for several years sufficiently to attend to his work, but Is now nblo to read a newspaper. Many remarkable cures are being reporter. Bids will be received by the state Board of Public Works until December 4 from all persons wishing to set a contract for doing tho state printing and supplying papers and other supplies at the capitol for two years. The contract will be awarded at noon on December 4. Extensive training In mobilization amp at Kanawha City developed the Second Infantry. National Guard of WeBt Virginia sufficiently to make it rank as one of the best national guard organizations now on duty on the Mexican border. Colonel C. E. Konyon. U. S. A., recently officially credited the regiment as such. There has not been a death and but little Illness ltt the regiment since it arrived at San Antonio, according to letters received at the office here of the adjutant general. The month Is exceptional in which fewer than 2.000 accidents in industrial plants of the state are reportod to the workmen's compensation department. In October, the number .reached 2.025. The total number of claims made for compensation was 2,012. The claims paid in full numbered 220 and partial payments were made on that many more. Less than one week of disability claims allowed number 622. The fatrflltlns for the month averaged one a day. At the nest regular session of the state legislature efforts will be made to liavo the game laws rovlsed so as to provide for the Issuance of resident huntore' llconses for a tee of SI each, according to J. A. Vinuosney, State Forest, Qamo and Fish Warden. The enactment of such a measure would provide sufficient funds for the canduct of the forest fish and gamo Jc- < pertinent, bosldos tho establishment of gatno proaerves and lleh hauherlot and would also furnish uonoy with whlob bounties ottered under the ores 9 , I Ndtfl \dUA"rV m.c i - -"tr* ? a pt s TO-MORROW CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH. S Clarence O. Mltchel, D. D., Miniiter. Sunday school at 0:30 a. m., Seymour Mclntire, superintendent. That was a fine attendance laBt Sunday. Next Sunday put the number over the 1 200 mark. Morning worship and a preaching at 10:45. sermon theme. \ "Red-hot Church-members." There 3 will be special music. The Christian, c Endeavor meeting at 6:30 p. m. The t mAallni. will Kb BnniliiBla.l Kw .Kb biIb. i 4 Jivw?>ua " ill wu UWIIUUVVVU W/ VltQ nil" I U later. Evening preaching at 7:30, ser-l d moil theme. "The Sixth Sense of Some I c People." The ordlnanco of baptism! will be administered. There will be special music. The public will receive a most cordial welcome to all the services of the day. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Claude E. Goodwin, Pastor. Services tomorrow as follows: Services for the day will begin with tho Sunday school at nine-thirty. Our motto: "Every member of every family; of the church a member of some dc-! partment of the Sunday school." Help | us to realize this. Classes for all ages, j Public worship and sermon at 1U:45.! Subject of sermon ."Jesus' Conception ' or the Kingdom." Wo shall find In this His interpretation of social ser-. vice. Jesus had a kingdom program. | Be present for the study. Hp worth > League devotional meeting at 8:30.1, Young people looking for a good live meeting will find much in this service. Public worship and sermon at 7:30. J Subject of sennon. "A Problem in Subtraction." This is the second in a series on "Spiritual Mathematics.'* Vis- , ilors in the city nre invited to all these services. You will find a hearty wel- , come. , ent law could be paid, the warden be- j lieves. : J ' r "D. M. llogers. of Kottte 2. Buckhan-j lion, was here Saturday with a load of . , fine apples." says the Weston Inde- j, pendent which continued. "In conver- j saion with the writer, lie said that live 1 stock was bringing good prices now. J and gave us the following list of prices J paid for Herofords at an administru- j tor's sale at lite home of the late lien- ' , I ry Regor near Lorentz, last week: One i * bull. $100: one cow. $170: one cow and calf, jlltO; one yearling heifer, STOOD; !one heifer, coming two years oltl. | 1H66; one S-months old bull calf, $$!>." | ' ( The Children's Home Society of' West Virginia which was organized i in 1S96 for the caro and training of' < the orphan and homeless children of 1 all West Virginia is out in an appeal, a for a Thanksgiving offering. The so- j t ciety maintains a home in Charleston ; 1 called the UaviB Child Shelter. The ! I appeal says: Into tills Home, named 11 Davis Cliild Shelter In honor of Its gen-11 erous donor, Hon. II. G. Davis, we have I gathered S75 homeless little ones in j t whose behalf we make this earnest ap-1 *J peal Thanksgiving offering. We t need to aeeumulate a surplus fund for a winter supplies, and to carry the Child \ Rescue work fur Into the new year. W. J O. Sowers. 1118 Washington street, i Charleston, is the state secretary. s ? 7 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 1 W. J. Eddy. Pastor. A good day Is planned for toinor- 1 row. We are to have a distinguished visitor at the morning service. We want a full attendance at the Sunday school at 9:30. 10:45 la the time (or the morning service. The Junior con- ? gregation sermon "The Boy That Had " Threa Hands." 2:00, Sunday school, Virginia avenue. 3:00, religious census (or (he section and Virginia avenue Sunday school. 2:00. Sunday school' at RlvesviUe. Mr. J. F. Cole and Mr. FVR. Clclland are the assistants tor! this school. 2:00. Junior B. Y. P. U? . Martha del land, leader. 6:30, Senior ' T1 V PI* T. II Unmt 1r.oH.tr ? ?>ft ! *1 evening service, subject. "What Jesus i J Hag to Say About l'raverand Praying." j, This Is the fifth in the scries on "Whul, Jesus lias to Say." The choir will fur-1 nish good music for tlie day. The pub-; , lie is welcome. : j, T. R. TO TAKE TEA TRIP. " NEW YORK. Nov. 17.~Col. Then, j h Roosevelt will make n trip to the Fiji, h Samoan and Hawaiian islands in Feb-1 ruary. It was said here today. It was stated that Mrs. Roosevelt will ac- j company him. Flans for the i rip,-it is | said, have been under way for some tlme'and have now been completed. Jli OH WE \MAWT5 A I ! wmm I'D. BETTER SET WMM^ V4* AT ART - I H imm eAiu- WE?? WUSE THI6 SOMETWt*? 4 BAt | ^SKBSStBBBS3BBSSSS3SSSSS?3SSSS2 ^ wtheloca ;T PPTFP'g i-tTUW ? fmmru Rev. A. Boutlou, Rector. Rev. James Egan, Assistant Rector. , November 19. 1916. Morning service: Mass at 8 anil 0:30 o'clock. Evening service: Uos;ry and benediction at 7:30 o'clock. .Veekly services ? Morning service:; ilass each morning at 6:30 and 7 /clock, except Thursday, at vhicb he children's instructive mass is at o'clock. Evening service: Girls' SoInlity meeting Thursday at 7:30 /clock. PALATINE BAPTIST CHURCH, i The Home-Like Church. J. W. Brown, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. Prof. W. A lustead. superintendent. Every man, I voman and child needs the Sunday choo! The Sunday school needs you.! bin one of our growing classes. Moru-j ng services at 10:45, sermon. "The' llory of Common Life." Junior ll. V.' \ U. at 2:30. Senior B. Y. 1'. U. at :30. Evening service at 7:30. Lir. | iulley, president of llroaildus College.! rill speak at this service. The pub Ic is invited to all the survlces ot ilio j lay. M. P. CHURCH. B. M. Mitchell, Pastor. Sunday school at 9: HI). J. A. Swiger,' uporititendent. All the teachers are | n be oil band early or have their subtilute tlicre. All the singers arc relucstcd to come 15 minutes early to ry out the new broks. We expect ivory member of the church to come.: lid we welcome all wh are net mem iers. We are laying plans for our relval meeting which Mill conimonco I he last Sunday in tlilr. inonili Both lie morning and cveulf;; s'-rvlces are ' o bu especially adapted to the prep iralion for these services. XJm sub- i ect of the morning sermon is "Sin" I ind will be followed by the Ilolv ( em-1 iiuniun. The suh;i?ct of the evening j ermon will be "Our Responsibility t<? ft hers" and will be followed by 'Rounding up" personal workers, li; -i ry member of Hie church will be exacted to line up with one or the oth r group of workers to the named Sun lay. tjiirJstian rnclosivnr :?.t. fi:30. \'o\v vill you help in thb*. gr* work, or do ou want to b<* carried by those wls.?| lo work" Tl.is will ! rovoalc'l by' our nttiludt. Think it cwr. WILLIAMS' MEMORIAL M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. 'oracr Fairmont Ave. and Second St. Rev. R. T. Webb, Pastor. Sunday must be a real red letter lay. The splendid service of Mr. Drum ast week in the interest of the boys inil mou. and the fine work oniony. J lie present week by Mr. Bruncr in' ichaif of community extension, will 10 felt in the church life of the city omorrow. I.cl all of our people catch he inspiration and make It tel! in j he Sunday school and oilier services i if the Sabbath. Sunday school at | i:30 a. m. conducted by H. T. Jones, | uperlntcndcnt. Preaching at 10:401 i. ui. and 7:30 p. ui. by the pastor. Ed-: vorth league at 0:30 p. ui? led by] Irs. Oscar Wilson. The League is do- ( ng splendidly, Come and see for your-! clt. Prayer service Wednesday at1 :30 p. m. Ilev. dohn A. Gere Shipey. a missionary, will speak Friday, s'ov. 24. at 7:30 p. in . You arc most; ordially invited to these services. M. P. TEMPLE. J. C. Broomfield, D. D? Pastor. To the following services you are; nost cordially invited: Sunday school 1 it 9:30. Tomorrow we close our study | C the wanderings and journeys of the . ipostle Paul. Come and enter Home > itil him tomorrow. The pastor will j ell of his experiences on the Appan ! It 4 ??4 11 ' - ' \UJ, wailing inn 1?1 lauu nun UUUUIHCU ; iy Paul, and also the place of his ox- j cation. beyond tho walls of Home. I lornlng worship at 10:45 with scr-' aon on "Starting Something, or Be- j tig Better Than tile Average." Chris iuii tnueHvor ui o..iu, iou Dy Airs. j. lJroomfleld. levelling worship at ::!0 o'clock, with Evangelist Itruncr, f Chicago, preaching the sermon. Mr. irunor has made good overwhelming-! y In tho Y. M. C. A. campaign in the | hops and factories during the past . eek. and tomorrow evening will close Is campaign here. Come and hear Im. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH. Gaston Ave. and Third St. Rev. H. A. Kunklc, M. A., Pastor. Twenty-second Sunday after Triuty. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Morn ie i ?1? ?t, i ?wk ard , y it tor. him bbfore. j ever knew it to | ' TEM FEET" FPOM J Sovhgohb WANTS f K? I HAVE-TO :tC r- ?J !i #|\ 1 =ld \ T 3 s 8 fry - / Tchurches I " lug worship at 10:45 o'clock, theme,! "The Heart ot the Gospel Doctrine." ' Anthem by the choir. Junior C. K. at, 2:15 p. m. Catechetical class at 3 p. m. Senior C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Even-j lng service at 7:30 o'clock. Theme,' "The Zealot and the Traitor." the last | number of the series on character studies. Meeting of Senior Ladies' j llible class Tuesday. November 21. at. the home of Mrs. IV. F. Gantz, 1034 Virginia avenue, 7:30 p. ni. Bible' hour and prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. ni. Catechetical class Frl day. 7 p. 111. All cordially invltod. The annual Dutch supper"on Thursday. November "3il. from 3 p. m. to Sp. m. In the basement of the church. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services in the Y. M. C. A. H. G. Stoctzer, D. D., Minister. i Bible School. 9:30 a. m Classes for ! all ages.. Morning service. 10:431 o'clock. Sir. A. M. Bruner. of Chicago, i who is giving such inspiring talks atj the V. M. C. A. and the different shops, i will speak at this service. Junior En-' deavor Society will meet at 2:30 p.! m. Senior Society nt 6:30; topic, ' Christianity tho Hope of the Coun-1 try." Evening service at 7:30. After! a service of song by the choir, tho pastor of the church will speak on this suggestive subject: "The Greatest Choice Kver Made." Midweek prayer and praise meeting Wednesday. 7:30 p. ni. All are most cordially invited to j these services. Conic aud bring a' friend. WANT RECOUNT IN OHIO COUNTY I WHEELING, Vs. Va.. Nov. 18.?Following the compotinn of the canvass ; of the votes east In Ohio county at the recent general election, eight applications for recount were filed today. The applicants arc in behalf of Judge Robinson for Governor, the Democratic Presidential electors, the Dctno-J erotic electors. Senator Chilton, bem-j erratic candidate for re-election, and the Democratic candidates for Sheriff.! Prosecuting Attorney and Assessor.; Requests were ntadv for recount ?ln 1 two district contests. SPECIAL NOTICES TRUSTEE'S SALE OF CITY HALL REAL ESTATE hi pursuance of the authority vested in me by a certain deed of trust made by Irving L. Smith and wife to the undersigned trustee, hearing date on the 7th day of April, 190s, and recorded in the office of the Clerk of tho County Court of Marion county. West Virginia, in Trust Deed hook No. 24 pugo 20. to secure the payment i of a certain note therein described,: and default having been made in the payment thereof, and having been ro-| quested so to do by the beneficiary j therein, i will sell at public auction! to tho highest bidder, at the front | door of the Court House of Marios country. West Virginia, on Saturday, December 2nd, 1916 beginning at two o'clock p. in., the following described real estate, situate iu the Fifth ward (now Eighth ward( of tlio City of Fairmont, of Marion county. West Virginia, in the 'J. Walter Barnes Propert." as shown by plat thereof, recorded iu said office in Deed Book 117 pago 40, bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake corner of Tenth street and a 10 foot alley, and running thence with said alley 97 feet to a stake in the line of Beile Johns' property; thence with a line of same 40 feet, corner to Lot No. 10; thence with same 93.6 feet to stake in Tethn street, and with a line of same 41 feet to the beginning; being the same property conveyed to the said Irving L. Smith by Thomas J. Patter- , son ana wile on tne 2Sth day ot September. 1903. and recorded In said office In lleed Book 132 page 323. Terms of 8ale Onctliird part thereof caBh in hand on day of sale, with remainder in one and two equal annual installments, with interest from date of sale, the : purchaser being required to give good porsonal security to be approved by j the said irustee, and a vendor's lien J to he retained in said deed to secure 1 said unpaid portion. . \ Given under my hand this the 2nd i riav or November. 1916. EDGAR IV. SMITH, i Trustee. M. \V. OUDEN, Attorney. 1WWW S-2A. II You Deci< In selecting the People's National funds. Its Strength, careful managem o teP its "tannine; as a rename am Accounts subject to clieck cordii 4% PAIQ ON SAVINGS AN THE PEOPLES N. 0 On the Corner Ne. CAPITAL 1 CLASSIFIED A ONE CENT A WORD ROOMS?FURNI3HED FOR RENT?Nicely furnished room. gcn'lonien only. 121 Fairmont Ave. Boll phone 23. ll-ll tf No. 1611 "'ROqi^^UNFURCTSHEp_ FOR RENT ? Threo unfurnished rooms. Apply 209 Walnut Ave., or call Con, phone 77.1-X. ll-lT-Ht No 16.I.S " HELP "WANTED?"FEMALE- i WANTED?Night cook and dlshwasli-' er at Imperial Restaurant. Mannington. W. Va. ll l-tf No 1571 j WANTED?Colored girl for lioust-, work. One who ran go home nights preferred. Call 607 Oliver avenue. I 11-18-lt No 1642 I "help, wanted^TyiaLe"~~ j WANTED ? Bright young man to' learn office work und for general utility. Wages $10.00 per week. Ail- ! dress giving particulars as to ability. Box 1627. West Virginian. 11-11-tt.No 1027 ( WANTED?At once. good butcher. Apply 312 Madison St. ll-17-3t No. 1610 ! WANTED?Men. Steady winter work inside. Apply Helmlck Foundry Machine Co.. Eighth street and Belt Line. 11-13-tf No. 1623 1 WANTED?Young man (or Janitor j work, not under 20 years of age. Apply New Telephone oftlce. Western I Electric Co. 11-lS-lt No 1643 OFFICES TO RENT FOR KENT?Well equipped office.' furnished complete, l'rico reasonable. inquire Box 1590 West Virginian j or Consol. phono 269. 11-1-tf No 1590 1 AcrowmEp;;;~; WOULD $150 monthly anil an auto | of your owu to travel in aa general j agent, handling remarltable sellers.1 King Lightning Potash Vulcanlzers. j Winger Hide E. Shock absorber and j King Anti-Thief combination. Auto Switch Lock, guaranteed thief proof, interest you? Then address V. S. Mfg. j To.. Dept. E 70 Wolcott. Ind. 11-18-lt No 1647 j \yuul.u sir.i) monthly us general' agent for $100,000 corporation and a ' l'onl a'jto of your own. introducing j stock and poultry remedies. dips, dis-! infectanta and sanitary products interest you? Then address Koyaleum Co. Operative Mfg. Co.. Dept. A 845 ?.Tontlfello. Tnd. 11-IS lt No 1G4? AGENTS?Sell raincoats to measure., direct from factory to wearer. Big moneymaker. Write for proposition famous Raincoat Co. Cincinnati, o. j IMS-It No ltlle M- wujmbW The Ruling Factor In Investment. ! As experience !s the ruV ; ing (actor investment , it must he tlie stroiis point in favor of this batik's ' careful selection of high ! Sratio bnutls. ' Tlt0 officers and diroc luis exercise every pre , caution known to lonp experience in business 2; j I to make this banks invest' 15 tnents "Gilt Edge." K ; In advising you the N'n- i ; , tlonnl Bunk of Fairmont |!|t | could be of real service. l j A check uccount lietp will 'I help us to get together il. and coeperate for mutual ! A beuctit. I . .. rAki rational jsgp-lp Bank & ?8|gi Fairmont kjq West va. ' i NOTICE OF~DISSOLUTiON ' Notice Is hereby given, that at nj meeting of the stockholders of tlicj' McCray Theatre company, a corpora' tlon created and organized under the 1 laws of tho State of West Virginia. I held at Fairmont, w. Va.. on the 9th 1 day of November, 1916. the following I MHwtuMVUi] ncio avtU^lCU "Resolved. First, That the Mr Cray' Teatre company, a corporation ere ntod and organized under the laws o. the State of West Virginia, does here- . by discontinue business as a corporation and surrenders to said stato its charter ar>l corporate franchise. The said corporation has no assets to dlvldn nr ??n*i n' tutiUli ? ? J'"' ' ? ?? .T.I.Vll 11/ |'?J ? HI'/' [lend. "Resolved. Second. That the President of this corporation cause notice of the adoption of the foregoing I resolution to be published In some newspaper of general circulation, pub-; usnen near mo principal ornce or . placo of business of this corporation, once a weok for six weeks; and that he forthwith certify theso resolutions to the secretary of state of West Virginia, as provided by law." Qlven under my hand this 14th day 3t November. 1916. J n. E. McCRAY. President of said Corporation. U-ia-JO-ST Dan, 4.11.1*1 ent and modern facilities guars* I desirable banking connection. j ;: ally Invited. ' fcraM D TIME CERTIFICATED :$?| knONAL BANK. ar the Postoffice. S200.000.00 OC?:<X>.O.OC?WOQ>MM??MS?SCmai 1 r ADVERTISING CASH WITH ORDER. rj LOST AND FOUND rvt.il' LTHiUIUIIU IM?:R |IIK. u W can have ?uuc by ilenm-lblng proper '-aS ty anil payins for this ad. Ull-tf No. 18U vM LOST?Between Chicago street asS^sfl Traction office. black ostrich feath ; J er boa. Ilolaru to this otflco. Box * 1641. U-lT-St No. 1641 1 INSTRUCTIONS _""v'rl TO MEN?Our system of teaching bar- ; M bertng enubles you to learn a profit ablo profession quickly. Write Moler ?! College. :!24 W. 4th street. Cincinnati, g| O. 10-31-26t No. UTl". $ ~ FARMS FOR SALE ^ | vmcuNTr~FA^^ Learn all about Virginia soli, ell^j tj. mato. products, etc., by reading Vlni JU glniu Farmer. Send 10c for tour c;i tuontlis' bubscrlptlon to the Fanhet company. Dept. CO. Emporia, Va. '4 10-16. No. iXtX '-M "" HORSES, OATTLE, ETO. M KOK SALE?Fresh cow with calf. .Marcus. Main street. Fnnnlngton. 5 W. 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