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FINANCE, 01 Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH, Dec. 5.?On the local exchange llic market was rather narrow, the hulk of activities being absorbed by the cheuped mining shares, in which Mount Shasta carried off the honors by contributing a turnover of no less than 4'J.HOO shares. It sold high nt $1 a share, but closed at SS cents for a net gain of tlire-f- goints. Cable Consolidated. Iloss'Mining. San Toy and Pittsburgh Consolidated all were traded In at large lots, although their figure fluctuated out little. On the regular list the glassware group attracted Hut most attention, and the Issues in that division mostly developed a commendable amount of Strength. American Window Glass Machine Issues both recovered and United States Glass, which was also In fair demand, kept pace with I he procession and regained 1<: points at 41. Summary. Bales. High. Low. * flflA ? Hf /' "\? fr 1 t-"i /V ?V U .11 ..... Uil ,a 'JO 176 A W G M pf.. 118Vi 118 30 Caney R Gas .. 45 45 1,000 Cable Consol .. .06 .06 150 Col G & E .... *68 62% 20 Cons Ice pt ... 2*J 29 855 Fireproof S% SVi ISO Fireproof pf ... 19% 19 20 Jnd Brewing... 47. 4',4 . 275 Inrt Brew pf .. IS1*. IS V 155 La li Iron 90 89 ' 10 Lone Si Gas ... 99 99 y v, 105 Mfrs I. & II 66 651/, 42,300 Alt Shasta .... l.ou .91 200 Ohio F Oil ... 17",!. 17Vi 680 Ohio F Sup 57 Vi 5T " 4,000 Pbg Consol ... .10 .10 L 285 Pbg Brewing 5% 5 V 100 I'bg Brew pt ... 20 20 734 Pure Oil 22 22 3,600 Ross Mining ... .34 .32 1,500 San Toy IS .17 30 Un Switch .... 115 115 497 U S Glass ...... 41 40 210 West Alrbr ... 165 164 170 West Elec .... 63% 63% 59,091 >.*Nbw high record. > Grain and Produoe. CHICAGO, Dec. 6.?Tightening up of interest rates on call loans led 10 a decided bearish reaction in wheat. A's a consequence the market closed nervous, at a range varying from 3V?c decline to %c advance, with 61 av at $1.72%to 51-72%, and July at $1.41%. Corn gained Vic to %e. oatB lost Vsc to %c, and provisions tinisbed at 17",ic -,W In o i-<on Ol- .. l?ii iu a ui * /?!* Articles. Open. Close. Wheat? December $1.(>5 $l.G2t<< May 1.72*6 Corn? Decembor .. .86*4 .87*4' I-iy SOS, -bOVs Oats? December r.1?4 .51*4 May jj.i .So1/*, # Oil and Gas, . There Is not much inipruvcment iu field devi lopment. Nearly all of the late completions are in the light pump er class and located lit old territory, j New producing territory, with a pussi-1 tile chance of getting better producers than the average, is what operators most desire at this time. Just a lew 11 the old districts arc capable of sup ' plying anything better than light wells. Harrison county, W. Va? has not in a long time furnished anything better than light wells, but has come to the Iront with a very creditable producer. >> is tlio Sylvan oil company's seeouu! test on the James R Dye farm and produced 118 barrels the first 21 hours. It Is located In Ten Mile district, and '.nslda of defined territory. In tho Dents run pool, Marlon county, the Delmar Oil company lias drilled No. 27 on the John L. Hays farm the top of the thirty-foot sand aud it is showing a little oil. The same company gave No. 25 on the same farm a second Bhot and incerased its production to 12 barrels an hour. R W. BartIctt's No 3 on the Z. R Balsuu farm is down to 500 barrels a day. On Blue creek. ,Klk district, Kanawha county, the Ohio Fuel Oil company has completed and shot in the Weir sand Its second test on the Jamos A. Gobs farm and it shows for a 20-barrel producer. This location Is 900 feet Hair MS INIEFSTinil |? vi riVAaVBlVH J IN FIVE MINUTES PPAPE'8 DIAPEPSIN" IS THE ONLY REAL STOMACH REGULA TOR KNOWN. "Really does" put bad stomachs In order?"really does" overcome Indigestion. dyspepsia, gas. heartburn and Bourncss in five minutes?that?Just that?makes Pape's Dlapepatn the largest selling stomach regulator In llin world. If what you'eat ferment* Into stubborn lumps, you belch gn* and eructate sour, undigested tood and I acid; head Is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; your Inaldo* flllau with bile and Indigestion waste, re;member the moment "Pape'? JJlapopilln" comes in contact with the stoutrach all such dlclrese vanishes. It's truly astonishing ? almost marvelous, tand the Joy la Us harmlessneis. A large ftfly-cent casu of Cape's Dinjtopsln will give you a hundred dollars' worth of sutlsfactton or your druggist It's worth Its weight In gold to men I and women who can't got their atom. I arhs reguleted. It belongs In your horue?-ebould always be kept hsndy Itt case of a sick, sour, upset stomach our* jng the day or ttt night. It's the ! quickest, surest and most hartuleog g to much regulator In ths world. I ' west of the first test. On Keck creek. Harper district, Roane county, the ! Carter Oil company's No. 11 on the 0. K. Whitney farm is through the salt saml and dry. On Devil Hole run, (jrant district, Ritchie county, the C. L. Drown Oil * company 's No. I - on the Rutherford , Drotuers farm is in the salt sand and , showing for a t'D harrel producer. On Brush fork in the Bame district, the Hope Natural lias company's test on the Hani.ah M llriinuiett farm is showihir lor u 111 barrel tiutniier in tin- Uiir Injun sand. In Burning Springs district, Wirt county, the Rttchter Oil company lias a light pumper at No. 12 on the Morns Ititcliter farm, cm Stilwclle creek t'nioii district, Wood county, the | Sleepy Oil company's No. 5 on llie S. ; is. Masters farui Is showing tor a light pumper In the second Cow Hun saud. On Dry run, Lincoln distiict, Tyler county, the Irviu Oil company's second i test on the William Haddox farm is a duster in the Maxon sand. SPECIAL NOTICES^ TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE CITY REAL ESTATE. | In pursuance of the authority vested in me by a certain deed of trust made by Alon/.o ii. Stotler, widower, to the undersigned tmstee, bearing date tile 17ih day of February. 1916, and recorded in tlie office of the Clerk of ihe County Court of Marion county, West Virginia, iu Trust Deed Book No. i 40, page 490, to secure the payment of a certain note therein described, and default having been made in tile payment of the interest due on said note, and having been requested so to do liy the beneficiary therein, ! will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, at the front door of the court house of Marion county. West Virginia, on SATURDAY, THE: 30TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1916. beginning at 2 o'clock p. m. the following described real estate, situate in the River View Addition to the city of Fairmont, Marion county. West Virginia, a map or plat of which said addition is of record in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Marion county in Deed Book No. 158. page -ISO. that Is to'say: Lot number 1. in Block number 2, fronting on street 13S feel, and extending hack on the side adjoining lot number 2 of said block TO l'ect to HI, nllnv ,1.l->rnf..?t ... .i-.i.l street. Lot. number 2. In Block number 2. fronting on Front street 4!t feet, and extending bu< k 70 feet to an alley. Lot number ?, in Block number 2, fronting ou Front street 40 feet, and extending back 70 feel to an alley. Lot number 4, in Block number 2. fronting on Front street 40 feet, and extending back 70 feet to an alley. Upon stiid lot No. 2 is erected a sixroom dwelling house. Being the same properly conveyed to the said Alouzo II. Stutter bv Glenn F. Bants and Clarence D. Kobinsoft by deed dated tie* 1Ttli day of February, 1916, and of record in Deed Book No. 207. page 410. Terms of Sale: ? One-third part thereof cash In hand on day of sale, with remainder in one and two equal installments, with interest from date of sale, the purchaser being required j to give good personal security to he approved bv'the said trustee, and a vendor's lien to be retained in said J deed to secure said unpaid purtion. Given under my hand this the 4th , day of December. 11116. HOLLO J. CONI.EY. 12-5-12-19-26 Trustee, j , ^ ^ A FREE t SERVICE Individual needs it: as it j puts ids cash affairs on a j ' more exacting basis. This system checks up I ; all outgoing cash and rei turns a signed receipt. It would probably prove beneficial to you. 1 As Guardian of the check receipts of many business ; firms this bank is a valuable assistant to them every business day. Ita free check service is if | open to every private inJ dividual as well. And the j V National BANK'*/" IP^ik !r %/ Tflsrsinnrii Fairmont Wwan WESTVA. ''^ J kw Si / V WU2N I OLD. St ; \A D ksk 7 SoflO WE, vV A HE WEST VIRGINIAN-FA RECOUNT WIRT COUNTY VOTES CHARLESTON. W. Va.. Dec. 6.? In Wirt county this week the ballots cast tor State Senator In the third Senatorial district will be recounted at the request of R. S. Blair, of Harrisvllle. the Democratic nominee who Opposed M. K. Duty in the race for the' State Senatorship In that district Blair made large gains in the Ritchie, recount and is only 26 votes behind I Duly. | New York NEW YORK. Dec. 5.?Call money's ; rise to IS per cent., the highest rate in more than three years and exceediug i by a per cent the maximum quotation attained during the first week of the j war. was the overshadowing and dis- j w ! I I I ! "Ma Bu l and nine ou for the mc wonderful e the magic fr ?Press a butt ?Press a butt clean out ever; ?Press a butt, do it quicker i ready to dry. ?Press a butt an even tempe controlled as tl you, no house f There never v Specit ?For Wednes person who ca and signs a eo electric iron a Electrical Pro vhere you got Ask to se^giar. play. Courteou Mi | Bell Phone 751 FRECKLES AND HVLKi. I \ |3 &OOD MORNI y worrin' in 1 MisTEfc $OCERY STORE- J m VJOOOBUR /6UNKHT!!.' y l,I i. ._?-trTJL!.. I'iu ,<!i: turbfng feature of yesterday"! uctire market. Stock* were strong during the tof& noon, with a renewel of last week's Inquiry for low-priced rails, as well aa coppers and oilier metals, oils, sugars, tobaccos, the leather group and less specific Issues. Extreme gains in these stocks ranged from a point or two In rails to 3 points in Ohio Gas at the new record of 124',. with a new maximum for Columbia Gas at St'.-i. Baltimore BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET Bid. Asked Con G E L & 1" com. 100 . r. ISO Fidelity & Deposit. 50 137 Merch & Mech Nat flk.. 31 ... Mon Val Trac pref 75 Mon Val True com 65 n works froi t woman's wc t of every ten la in of the hous' lement in the ur iena of womank on and electricity turns you on and electricity will go in y grain of dust and dirt. on and electricity will wash ind better than you can do i on and electricity will iron ; rature, never too cold, never he opening or closing the do 'celing like an oven, all is coc i j j < -as a Dexter cnance lo smoo xl for W < day of Electrical Prospevit; lis at our display rooms, co ntract for electric lighting i: bsolutely free. This applies sperity Week, we will reps it. Bring it in, we will put ty of the labor saving s attendants will be g mongali T racti mt D HIS FRIENDS?(THE BC ?v'/ _ - .?? ? ing y what ooyou mean by 'a getting down were y! m 'tw0 hours late i VONT YOU KNOW hi HlfiHT ^t^O^WAV/E WAD A CUSTOMER? KING. DECEMBER 5, M* j Fairmont ft Clarks S*.-. 100 ... I Baltimore Tube 118 ft 118% Coaden com > 17% ! Coaden Gas pret I ... 145% ! Con COtil 6a 109% 110 , Con Coal Ref 5a u ... 9414 Elkhorn Fuel 5a 108 10S% i Davidson Chem 49ft 50 t Way land Oil 4% 5 | Half the pretty girls In town are I busy making candy for the First M ! K. church bazaar and don't forget out j 11 tine Turkey Dinner at 50c a plate., ; Thursday evening. December 7.?Advt I Ij UTOMOBILES. ACCESSORIES I I FOR SALE?High grade six cylinder j touring car. fine condition, handsome appearance, cost over $3,600. A ' bargain without an equal at $1,000. | .\uuic?o ui'A iuoui ? csi > ir^iiitau. ll-22-tf No 16SS 1 n sun to sun, >rk is never don bor saving device e. But Electricit; liverse has at last :ind. r home from darkness into da to every nook and corner of 3 your clothes while you sit by ii it any other way, and then it w your clothes perfectly, keepin) scorching the delicate fabrics, or. No excessive heat to wori ?1 and happy when you use ar th your ironing troubles than sdnesda) y week we are making a speci; rner of First Street and Fai n their homes will be given only to new lighting conti tir your electric iron free of cha it in .good shape for you. 5 household utensils lad to demonstrate any tela Vail on Co. Const >SS IS A GOOD EXAMPLE.) 1 D I nnv lie oc. I A nwsw?*vnw?^ ; BOSS OF TWS 6R0CERY- jg . I Vou OR ME ?- HUH'. Mi I CLASSIFIED tONE CENT A WORD LOST AND FOUND LOST?Saturday evening $4.". to $50 In bills. Iteturn to West Virginian anil receive reward. 12-5-2t No. 1705 BOARD WANTED ~ WANTED?By young man. room anil board in private family. Must be close In. Box 1706. West Virginian. 12-5-2t No. 1 Tin: FLATS AND APARTMENTS FOR RENT?Two Oats hi llays Build ing. Monroe street. Apply A. A Hays. Bowling Alley. 9-7-tf No. 139U * \e" s are made y, the most been made izzling; da\*. our home and n ease. It will ... ill wring: them x, your iron at Just as easily y and irritate i electric iron, tomorrow. r Only il ofTer. Every rmont avenue a guaranteed acts. During rge, no matter tat are on disof them to you. ley didated 423-L -BY BLOSSER. |?||tggtjl / VERY WELL, YM gjtfSSSf [ IF YOU'RE NOT E I DONT TALK L1K =r,y-you-y x^PARn fool )U ARE.' J "f fe"1' " """ ' ' bSSs. A* ADVERTISING ill CASH WITH ORDBR. I L4 : HELP WANTED?FEMALE I WANTKD?Girl for general house J I work. Good wages. Apply SOS Wat 4 E nur nvenue. 124-tt No 1IH 1 WANTED ? Chambermaid and dish 1 washer. Apply Tucker House, Hon- ] roe street. lWt No. llC^J H WANTKD ? Girls at the Fairmont! Sicsie Co Good wages, steady work. 3 Ma.-1 he over Hi years old. FalnMIK^^^H Stogie Co. 124-tt No. liUj g| HELP WANTED?MALE WANTKD ? Carpenters to work og.E H voal bin at N'ew England mine j Com, prepared to work. Holbert & ] .sped,o n. 11-27-tt No. V. AN T K1>?Laborers and carpwtWIE^^H helpers, rate three dollars for eight j hours. Apply to McClintlc Marshall a Co.. Hutchinson, W. Va. N 124-3t No. 1703 j WANTKD- Ten laborers $2.60 a day for nine hours. Work digging and Shoveling dirt. 12-2-.1t No 1G93 j WANTED?1'lck miners, Pittsburgh Vein. Good wages, steady work. I McCoy Coal Co . Coal Hun 12~-5'3t No 170? 1 FOR SALE I FOR SALE Uaby buggy good condition, half price. Apply 20# Bell- I view avenue. 11-20-tt No lti.-l j | foil SAI.lv- At half price, Solo Mayer J'iani). tseil live years, condition, box ill, Fairmont,"W. Va. 1 12-4-tt No. 1701 Foil sai.E ? ciuett typewriter un9 case in good condition. Apply Mrs. 4 i C. N. .Martin, 121 iiolton street. ' 'v'gS 12-5-31 No. 1707 i| ____ MONEY TO LOAN w j THE HL'CKEl E SAVING AND LOAN 1 company -jl Uella-.ro, O., bat money :o loan uu desirable real estate. See ' . Paul G. Armstrong. Attorney, 41-41 i Trust Uidg., .th Floor, Fairmont, W. MONEY?To loan In sums of 110 to 15(1 to anyone having steady work. Can bo paid in small monthly pay- I nii-nts. No reference or endorsements 3 j li-qiiiri-il Slnc.ii confidential. Address Hon Clarksburg, \V. Va. TtS SALE OR RENT I FOR SALE OR RENT ? Four-room I house on Stevens street. Particu- I ; lars apply C. E. Downs, 312 -Arch St. j 1127-6t No. lWt 7 ROOMS?FURNISHED ^ | FOR RENT?Two furnished rooms 1 lor liglil himsckeeplng. 827 Field S slreel. Hell phono 5D6-W. 11-29-tf No 1688?.jj KOIl KENT?'Two nicely furnished rooms. ground Hour (or light houselo oping. Call 71L-W, Consol phone. ll-29-6t No 168t%j HOUSES FOR PENT FOR KENT?Seven-room brick house/' '] on Oliio avenue All conveniences, I $20.00. lirooks S. Hutchinson. Bell phone 176, Consul. 428. 9 j 10-31-tt No 1B8MI FOR KENT?Six-room house locust . j avenue 11th street. Apply Nelson. Bell phone 7U4-J. 12-2-3t No 169* . | l PrQfeSS''jna^ar^<| I DR. R. D. ICE I | Osteopathic Physician and Food 'Jjel Office second lloor McCrory iildg., hours 9 to 4. 7 to 9, on I Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday ffl and Friday. Bell Phone 1072 J IRA L. SMITH I COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW Office Trust Bldp. Fairmont, W. Vfc B, SCOTT. I I Optometrist and 25 years practical ; It experieuco Glasses furnlshsd In j one hour. With A. B. Scott & Company, I JEWELERS. DR. A. B. SMITH, 1 OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAW j AND EYE SPECIALIST. I Glasses ot all Kinds correctly fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed. -* illnll Block over Martin's Drue ! Store.