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Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH, Jan. 4.?Operations
on the local market appeared to be
still In a condition of lethtym". and
'.Jbe regular .lfst was almost entirely
r neglected.
The mining shares were the main
attraction with Pittsburgh Jerome,
Mount Shasta and Pittsburgh Consolidated
absorbing the bulk of the trading.
PItMburgh Consolidated was
dealt In for about 26,000 shares at a
price varying between 13 and 14 cents
a share. It closed at a loss of one
f point. Jerome suffered further reaction
and dropped another ten points
at 135 during a market in which deals
fluctuated sharply between $1.4" and
*1.20.
Summary
Sales High l.ow
10 A W 0 pi 106 IOC
440 A W 0 M 58 57V?
i 75 A W G M pf .... 1211-4 121*4
i 36 Cltiaens Tr 04 54
I 30 Col a E 4:;V4 48
r ! 25 Fireproof pf 17 !? 17',S
80 H-W Refrac .... 123 123
210 Ind Brew, 3Vi :)%
205 La B Iron SOU- SO
205 Mfrs L & H .... C4 64
4200 Mt Shhata 1.05 1.00
v 20 Ohio F Oil 18 18
265 Ohio F Bup .... 43% 43%
24800 Pbg Consol 14 .13
5050 Pvl Copper 1.45 1.20
270 Pbg 'O & G 11% 11%
585 Pure Oil 22 21%
1300 Ross Min 28 .28
400 San Toy 10 .16
43 Un Switch 107 106%
SOUS Steel 110% 110%
172 West Air 157 156
'50 West Elec 54% 54*4
38551
I ftrnin anil Prndnno I
CHICAOO, Jan. 4.?Urgent demand
I from seaboard exporters resulted toI
day In a broad demand for future deL
liveries of wheat, and caused a sleep
advance In prices. After soaring 6%c,
I tlio market closed strong at $1.86 to
for May and $1.52% to $1.52%
July, the market as a whole 5%c
B^Hb 6%c above yesterday's finish. OthI
er leading staples, too. all scored subS
stantlal gains?corn, 4 'Ac to 5c. oats,
B 2%c to 314c. and provisions 2%c to
I Articles Open Close
I Wheat?
May $1.80% 31-86
July 1.46% 1.52%
I Corp?
May 94% .99%
July 93% .98%
B Oats?
May 55% .58%
. July 52% .55%
I New York
NEW YORK, Jan. 4.?The advance
jj on the "StockTmrrket which" Featured
the opealng of the new year, was con
tlnued yesterday, with a rise In shares
H' of almost all descriptions, especially
those popularly characterized as war
and semi-war issues. Drains in these
Stocks, whioh embraced the better
known equipments and munitions, shipH
pings and petroleums, metal, leather,
all era 1* onrl nanus laanno ?? .??!! ??
(? ??* ywyvt 4BDuea, uo nou tXO ui\c
ranged from 2 to 9 points, with
alight recessions, on protlt-taklug
le close.
'adlng was broader and more dilfled
than in the depressed perof
the preceding week. The rise
once more attributed to events
he last few days, which were inreted
as offering little hope for
snccess of the peace negotiations.
ILD LIFE LEAGUE FORMED.
LARKSBURC, W. Va., Jan. 4.?
, Wild Life League of West Vlra
was today announced as the of,1
name of an organisation formed
tunters and fishers of this section
he state for the purpose of carryon
a propaganda for the enactment
aore protective fish and game laws
Ms state. Dr. C.-C. Jarvlt, Is prcsl-1
t and Paul Stamm secretary, both i
ig ot Clarksburg. It Is planned to j
te the league a state-wido body.
MOSS, SICK
CHILDREN LOVE
SYRUP OF FIGS
FEVERISH, BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED,
GIVE FRUIT LAXATIVE
AT ONCE.
H Don't aeold your fretful, peevish
child. See it tongue ia coated; this is
a sure sign its little stomach, liver aud
H bowels are clogged with sour waste.
When listless, pale. teveriBh, lull of
H eold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't.
eat, sleep or act naturally, has atom
ach-ache lndlgestibn, diarrhoea, give n
teaspooniul of "California Syrup of
L t'igs." and in a few hours alt the foul
H wAsto, the sour bile and ferroonting 1
I. iuuu pulsus out. ot toe ooweis ana you i
<\|baVe a well and playful child again,
g.' Children love this harmless "fruit lax?
atlve." and mothers can rest easy aft
er giving it, because it udver falls to
make their little "lnsldes" clean and
sweet.
/Keep it handy, mother! A little given
today saves a sick child tomorrow, but
get the geulne. Ask your druggist for
r 50-cent bottle ot "California Syrup
. of Figs," which has directions for bait.
bies, children of all ages and for grown
?s plainly on the bottle. Remember
ire are counterfeltr sold here, so ,
rely look and see that yours Is made j
the "California Fig Syrup Com-1
ny." Hand back with contempt any I
Iter fig syrup.
!.< (.." . .. ? . '<
Children Cry
; FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTO R I A
- r
1
L AND GAS
Oil and Qas,
On Bartholomew Run, Manninglon
district, Marlon county. E. E. and B.
S. Pope hare completed No. 5 on the
S. C. Mclntyrc farm and It shows for
a 26-barrel producer In the Qordon
sand. In the same district the Car
negle Natural Oas company has started
to drill a test on the B. P.' Heldreth
farm and the Hope Natural Qas
company Is drilling tests on the Lloyd
Rogers acA L. K. Snodgrass farm.
On Ten Mile Creek, In the old Folsom
district, Wetzel county, the South
Penn Oil company drilled No. 69 on
the Oenine Robinson tract through the
Gordon sand, tl is showing for a verylight
pumper. In Grant district, Dod
drldgo county, the Hope Natural Oat
company's test on the W. A. Chest
farm is a very light gasser in tho Gordon
stray.
Wetzel county is completing a good
many gas wells. On Long Drain Run,
Church district, the Philadelphia company
has a gasser in the Gordon sand
at a test on tho 0. Bartrug farm. On
me same stream ana in tne same (lis
trlct. the Manufacturers' Light and
Heat company got one of the same
kind nt Its test on the William Stoneking
farm. On Thomas Fork, Clay
district. Harrison county, the Hope
Natural Gas company has a light sjO
foot gasser on the Leland Nixon farm,
On Hustead Fork, Booth's Creek district,
Taylor county, the Pittsburgh
and West Virginia Gas company drill
ert Its test on the J. Stark farm through
all sands. Including the Bayard, and
found nothing. The hole has beer
abandoned. On Wolf Pen Run. Grant
district, Ritchie county, the East and
West Oil company Is swabbing 10 bar
rele a day from Its te st on the B. Mc
Glnnls farm. On Sheep's Run, the
Cairo Oil company's second test on the
Creed Vincent farm is a duster ir
the Big Injun sand. < It will be tested
in the salt sand. On Muddy Creek
Ellsworth district. Tyler county, the
Manufacturers' Light and Heat com
pany completed tests on the David E
Bcnbett and S. B. Shaw farms. Both
are gassers in the Big Injun sand.
Clarksburg Concern Chartered.
CHARLESTON, W. Vn? Jan. 4.A
certificate ol incorporation was is.
sued today by the secretary of state tc
the Coleman Garage company oi
Clarksburg. The authorized capital Is
$30,000. The incorporators are Chris,
topher Schafrner, R. E. Groves. Chas
T. Coleman. O. G. Brohard and Claude
Davis, all of Clarksburg.
SPECIAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE.
Pursuant to the authority vested in
me by decree or order of tho Circuit
Court of Marlon county, West Vir
glnia. made and entered on the 4th day
of February. 1916. in tho chancery
cause therein pending of the Citizens
Dollar Savings Bank, a corporation,
plaintiff, vs. James ft. Linn and others,
defendants, the undersigned will on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1917, at
2 o'clock p. m. of tjiat day, at the front
door of the court house of said Marlon
county. West Virginia, in the city ol
Fairmont, offer for sale and sell'to the
..tDuvuk u i ill ucnl. U1UUC1 limiciur, Ull
the following described real estate
situate, lying and being lu Marior
county, West Virginia, and more par
ticularly bounded and doecribcd as fol
lows:
Lots Nos. 129. 120, 131, 132 and 13!
in the Amett addition to the city ol
Fairmont. Marion county. West Vir
glnia, each of which said lots fronts 4(
feet on Spenco street and extends bact
in uniform width a distance of 12(
feet to Price alley, excepting and re
serving the coal underlying the samf
and the mining rights and privilege!
therewith; and heign the same rca
estate that was conveyed to Arch A
Hamilton by George M. Lilly and wife
by deed dated July 23, 1907, and re
corded in Deed Book No. 154, at pagt
497. Each of said lots is improver
with a modern dwelling house.
ALSO, A certain tract of land, situ
ote. lying and being on Guise's Run it
Union district, Marion county. Wes
Virginia, ard more particularly hound
ed and described as follows: Begin
ning at a stake in the county road
thence N. 19 degrees W. 548 feet to :
stake, with a line of the property o
Lina B. Alha. thence N. 63 degrees 31
minutes E. 516 feet to a stake; thenct
N. 31 degrees 30 minutes W. 1003 fee
to a stake; thence N. 30 degrees 1. 761
feet to a stone, corner to Wm. Mich
aft thence S. 52 degrees W. 264 fee
to u stone; thence S. 44 degrees W. 91
feet to a stone; thence S. 38 degree!
W. S64 feet to a stone; thence S.. 3<
degrees W. 290.4 feet to a stone:
thence S. 28 degrees E. 404.2 feet t<
a hickory; thence S. 82 degrees W
531.3 feet to a stake; thence S. 24 de
grees 30 minutes E. 1,247.4 feet to i
stake in the road; thence N. 56 de
grees 30 minutes E. 309 feet to thi
place of beginning, containing 21 acres
more or less, and being the same rea
estate that was conveyed to James R
Linu by Charles E. McCray, Jr., ant
wife, by deed dated June loth, 1912
nnu recorded in the office of the Cierl
of the.County Court of Marion county
West Virginia, in Deed Booh No. 184
ou page 59.
Terme of Sate:.? One-third of th<
purchase price (and as much more at
th? nurrhnspr mav nlndf no?\
In band on day of sale, and the regldtn
In two (2) equal installmeuts due it
one (1) and two (2) years, respective
ly, front day of sale, with interest
thereon, the purchaser to execute ant
deliver unto the undersigned his twt
(2) uotes for such deferred install
ments, with personal security accep
table to the undersigned; and a ven
dor's lien will also be retained in th<
deed for said real estate.
Dated on this 21st day of Decern
ber, 1916.
M. E. MORGAN,
Special Commissioner.
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA,
County of Marlon, to-wlt:
I. \V. S. Black, Clerk of the said Cir
cuit Court of Marion county, West Vlr
ginla, do hereby certify that the salt
Special Commissioner has enterec
into and given the bond required bj
the within mentioned decree, with se
curlty approved by me
Teste;
W. S. BLACK. Clark.
Doc. 21, 28, Jan. 4. n,
i HE WEST VIRGINIAN?J
. 1 a. i
Court News
Deeds Filed.
Benjamin Petty to John D. Petty,
teal estate on Bartholomew Fork of
Buffalo creek; one dollar and further
consideration.
David Allender et al. to Lydia Al
lender, quit claim for lot In Walnut
avenue, Fairmont and lot In Eureka
addition. Fairmont; consideration, one
dollar and upwards.
J. R. Knight et al. to Parthena J
Keener, real estate In Winfleld di?
trlct; one dollar and further consider
ation.
MILKMEN MEET JANUARY 13.
WHEELION. W. Va., Jan. 4.?An
nouncement was made today that the
annual meeting of the Tri-State Milt
Producers' Association will be held
' here January 13. Officers will be
1 j elected, and the constitution will be
revised.
' ?
\ - ... ,
| Ohio Farms j
For Sale
' I I am the owner of quite a few j
I farms I wish to sell at $12 per ]
! I acre up. Write me today for !
I pricc list.
; J W. A. Eichclberger, j
PORTSMOUTH, O.
' * ? __ '
Now is the
| Time to Think
of your winter clothing needs,
| and have them cleaned and
freshened by our svperior methods.
Footer's Service Is always
safest and best for Ladies' and
i geullemen'ti garments
Felt or other bate, slippers,
shoes, sweaters, light wraps.
Just now we are preparing to
render better and more efficient
, service than ever betore.
Footer's
1
Dye Works
Cumberland, Maryland.
R. GILKESON, Agent,
Fairmont and Vicinity.
I NOTE
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t
I
Granc
i
TTmrQrls
if
Davi
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5 of Boston, M;
Tea.
I
i A striking analys
; industry and of r
; christian remedy,
Under Au
i
; What the
The DuBoin (Pa.) Morn
5 "Every one commended Mi
! manner in which he hand
1 Peace and War. He broug
bis discourse In a pleasing
The Poughkcepsle (N. Y.]
t "Mr. Goldstein -who has bei
1 city on frequent occasions
, lighted many audiences wit
lory and expression of ed
questions of both national
Interests, lived up to his rei
: tnre on Peace and War."
! The Nashua (N. H.) Tele
well known Boston publicist
and War was one of the m
ever heard In this city. It 1
tlon of the audience from tl
close. The large and repre
could not but be Inspired l
and nobler type of citlaeus.
tlon of his message."
Admission
NO. 9645..
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE P
MONT, IN THE STATE OF WE8"
INES3 ON DECEMBER 27.<1?1S.
RESOI
Loans and discounts (except those she
Total Loans
. Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured
U. S. Bonds:
. V. S. bonds deposited to secure circuit
Total U. S. bonds
i Bonds, securities, etc.:
, {Securities other than U. S. bonds (not
owned unpledged
Total bonds, securities, etc
!! Stocks, other than Federal Reserve lit
. I Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per
1 tlon)
.whv vt uaunnife UWUDV UUC11CUU1U
Net amount due from approved reserv
York, Chicago and St. Louis
[ Net amount due from approved reserv
! reserve cities 'i
| . Net amount due from banks and ban
Included In 12 or 20)
; Other checks on banks In same city o
ing bank
Outside checks and other cash Items
Fractional currency, nickels and ce
" ; Notes of other national banks
1; Lawful reserve In vault and net a:
Federal Reserve Bank
Redemption fund with V. S. Treasur
U. S. Treasurer
Total
LIABI
; Capital stock paid in
i Surplus fund :
I Undivided Profits
. Less current expenses. Interest and t
! Circulating notes outstanding
. Net amount due to banks and bank<
; \ Included in 29 or 30
Dividends unpaid
I Demand Deposits:
.: Individual deposits subject to check
.! Certificates of deposit due In less tin
-' Certified checks
> Cashier's checks outstanding
! Deposits requiring notice but less tha
Total demand deposits, items 33.
39 and 40
Time Deposits (payable after 30 days
days or more notice):
Certificates of deposit
Other time deposits
j # Total of time deposits. Items 41.
I 1
Total
State of West Virglniu, County of Mar
1. C. Richard Hall. Cashier of the
that the above statement is true to t
I
I
I
| Subscribed and sworn to before ine
My commission expires February 10.
a
CHICHESTER S PILLS
SSSA
IV WIMLm ?n Kc? ?r.d IJ old
2pWT h *? niue Ribbon. V/
It if ?USUND BRAND FILLS,for 1ft
; A gW yews known as Best, Safest, Atvaya Reliable
j ^?r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
DLEC1
V
AT
*
I Opera
ty, January
At 8:30 o'Clocl
d Golc
ass., will Lecture
:e and
is of tHe cause of war
rations, and a strong p
spices of the Knights c
Newspapers Say of P
ilng Courier says: The New Hi
r. Goldstein on the persons jammei
led the subject of most brllllaut
Ut out the facts of given in this c
manner." liant orator, bt
i Eagle-News says:
.ubU III *.4*W ?UW
;n a visitor to this ,
and'who has de- The worcest
h his powerful ora- "Over 3,000 pee
ucatlonal facts ou while over 60C
and International away. The tin
pntatlon in hie lec- pealing, and thi
in which he e
graph says: "The only with appro
s lecture on Peace was well deveh
ost brilliant efforts and convincing,
leld the rapt atten- that nartlcularl
e beginning to the
sentatlve audience The Brockton
to a higher, better Peace and War
hip by the insplra- (ul and reveals
affaire."
Free. Bring Y
'
EOPLES NATIONAL BANK AT FAIRr
VIRGINIA. AT THE CLOSE OF BU8JRCES.
iwu 0n b and C..579S,692.70
796,692.70 $796,692.70
. 1225 2.25'
j
itlon (par value) 200.000.00
209.000.0011
including stocks i 1
177.047.24 i
177.047.34'
silk gtock 45.046.00 ' ~
cent of subscrlp- 1
7.200.00'
ered) 65.000.00 65.000 00
c agents ill New "
5S.215.99
e agents In other - '
283,827.52 342.043.511
kers (other than *
14.547.40 ;
r town as report- I'
2.041.4S :
7.521.50
Ills 1.504.54 9.026.04 ~
1..975.00
mount due from
120.293.1S I
er and due from
1U.000.00 j
$1,790,814.90 "
LITIES.
$200.000.00. ,
40,000.00 I.
28,599:75 1
axes paid 10,91?.54 17.680.21
2o0.000.00 :;
?rs (other than ' 1
14.539.10!
60.00 j
647,755.271
ill 30 days S0.349.04 |
2.537.22!
833.631
n 30 days 630.811
34, 35. 36, 37, 38. j
732.005.97 j
or subject to ::g
460.975.24
125.554.3S i,
42 and 43 5S6.529.62
! i
$1.790.S14.90 I (
Ion. ss:
aboveqamed bank, do solemnly swear j;
lie best of niv knowledge and belief.
C. IUCHARD HALL, Cashier.
Correct?Attest:
.1 M. BROWN FIELD.
II. J. HARTLEY, i
GEO. E. AMOS.
Directors. .
this 3rd day of Jiuiuarv. 1917.
OSCAR L. WILSON. Notary Public. .
1925.
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES !
WANTED?To exchange good paying
business in central part of city and
vacant lot in East Park avenue tor
house anil lot centrally located. This
business Mill be sacrificed on account j i
of poor health. Address S? West Vlr- j (
glnian office. 12-20-tf No. 1760 j
j 1
UKH.K
i*?MOT
l
House
4, 1917 !
k
lstein
on the Subject
War" '
in the family, in
>resentation of the>f
Columbus
dr. Goldstein
iven UdIod says: "Over 2,600
1 the theatre to hear one of the
and interesting lectures ever
Ity. Eovld Goldstein Is a billit
last night he excelled in his
i volley of questions from the
Hence."
er. (Mass.) Telegram reports:
pie crowded into Poli's Theatre
belated arrivals were turned
leliness of the subject was api
logical and reasonable manner
ampaigned his arguments met
ival. His theme. Peace and War,
nned. hi* Haltvnmr woo
-4- , ? ? ??. w. " HU biWtJUBUV
and It was his evident sincerity
y Impressed the audience."
i (Musb.) Enterprise says: "The
lecture was eloquent and lorcea
wide knowledge of men and
I
our Friends
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CLASSIFIED A
ONE CENT A WORD
i i
LOST AND FOUND
'Ol'ND?Package from Oagnoda with 1
merchandise and envelope from J.
II. Hartley. Owner can have by call, 1
it Box 1731, West Virginian. j
lMO-tf No 1731
'OUND?Child's glove on Benoni ave-1
hub. Box 17S5 West Virginian.
1-8-tf No. 17S5 1
HELP WANTED?FEMALE 1
WANTED ? Girls at ihc Fairmont |
Stogie Co Good wages, steady work, i ,
Siurt be over 1G vests old. Fairmont !
Stogie Co. 12-4-tf Ao. xiv4
HELP WAOTED?MALE. i r
A'ANTED?Experienced ? ript and as-;
sistant payroll clerk Four Slutes '
"oal Company, Aunnbclle, \Y. Va i'
Salary $70. 1-3-at No. 1783 j ^
SITUATION WANTED?Female i
.VANTED?By experienced lady, posl-1 (
tlon as stenographer. Apply Box i,
I7S4 West Virginian. 1-3-31 No. ITS4 !j
i
FLATS AND APARTMENTS .
"OR KENT?Four room apartment.
furnished or unfurnished; also two 'urnished
rooms. Board it desired '
3ell phone 808-M. 1-3-31 No. 17b,, (
Olt RENT?Two flats In llajs Build-1.
Ing, Monroe street. Apply A. A
ilays, Bowling Alley. il-7-tf N'o. 1330 j;
FARIAS WANTED j l
. WANT TO RENT a farm of about i'
23 to 50 acres or lurgcr. location no' j.
o bo a long dlstauce from mines or a [
own. Farm must be sultablo for [
nixed farming. I have had consider-11
iblc experience in farming, thereforo ! I
tail lake good care of properly. Ad-1
iress Box 1770 care West Virginian.1
12-20-01 No. 1770 ;
.--- OFFICES TO RENT
[ 'OR KENT?Good business room, well j
located. Apply South Side Plumb-!
ng.Co.. 205 Walnut avenue. Cousolj
Phone 450.
HORSES, CATTLE, ETC.
FOR SALE?Two good milk cows and j
four shoats. Apply 1214 Sixth street ;
Locust avenue. 1-1-tf Xo 17S0 I
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^SPECIALNOTICES _
TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE I
Pursuant to the provisions contain-:
;d in a certain Deed of Trust cxecut-'
2d on the 1st day of April, 1015. by | Mary
C. P. Stansberry and husband.!.
.o the undersigned Trustee, and of [ I
record in the oflice of the Clerk of |
lie County Court of Marion county, '
IVest Virginia, in Trust Deed Book
\'o. 38. page 304. and given to secure
:hc payment of a certain note calling I
lor the sum of l-'ive Hundred Dollars;
(3500i. payable six months after the
late of said Deed of Trust, with interim
thereon from date and payable to
the order of Lord & Lord, default
laving been made in the whole of said
lole, as well as in all .of the interest
teerued thereon, the undersigned Trus- "
tee, having been requested so to do J
iv tbc said Lord tc Lord, the presuut j
holders of the said note, will offer
lor sale and sell to the highest bidder
>r bidders at the East Front Duor of
the Court House of .Marlon county,
West Virginia, on Saturday the 6th
lay of January. 1917, at 1:30 o'clock ,
j. m.. all the rcul estate mentioned
ind described and conveyed by said Deed
of Trust, viz:
Lots 7 and S in Block IS of Plat
Li, in the Monongahcla industrial Company
Addition to tho City of Fairmont.
each of which lots fronts on
Black avenue 46 feet and extends
back, between diverging lines, a distance
of 150 feet, and each being 4S
'eet wide on rear, and being the same
./.?1 nctntA ? .kf/.k ?>on
lunt nuivu nno witivycu UULV7 L
tlio said Mary C. P. Stansborry by *
Lovi 1). Harr, by deed dated June S. "
1909. and or record in the office of the
lllcrk of tbo County Court of the said
Marion county, in Deed Book 101. page
136.
TERMS OK SALE: All cash on dayit
sale.
H. S. LIVELY,
Trustee.
==========
Great Troul
Inventor
Don't bungle your invei
sheets right here READY 1
to suit your business for 75
then you can get a good b
sheets for just the littlest
inventory a permanent rec
Fairmont Printing ai
CASH WITH OR DEB. I
ROOMS?TUIffllBHED
ORleKNT^FuroleM
of tolcplume. Getulomon Jrcterrtd.
CI Walnut . ?ve. l-2-l?t N6. ITS'on
KENT?Two rooms ronllsheil for
light housekeeping. Apply 500 t.o. "
n?.i .v?-.nn.% ...?n n?%n ,. ?i~_v
'iiti KENT?Two or tbrue
rooms lor light hoc rakcoplng. CtllH
loll iihoii, -tll-.M. ia-12-tf
foil KENT?Two furnished roam?$l
for light housekeeping. 8S" Field,
itrect. Ucll phone G56-W. -'?3U
ll-29-tt No 16SS. ?
MONEY TO LOAN f i
1 If E'lnA^lTETir^AVlN
eomiuiny of Uellalro, O.. has money '^1
o loon on dcslrablo real estate. Sea
hull 0. Armstrong* Attorney, <1-43 I
Trust Bldg., itb Floor, l'uiriaont, W.
HONEY?To louu In sums ot $10 to
Sou to anyone luving steady work, ,
Tan bo paid In small monthly puynouts.
No relercncu or endorsements
equlred. Strlo.* confidential. Adiress
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FARMS FOR SALE ^ SI
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ami burn five miles from Oration.
Huyer mimes the price. See J. Quy
\ueuuer, uruiton. W. Va.
12-29-tt No. 177<
"Good lJookbindlng." That's the inly
kind we do. No matter how email or
low largo the book, wc bind them well. '$
Fairmont rrtnttng A- 1'ubllahlng Co.
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Professional Cards |
DR. R. D. ICE 1
Osteopathic Physician and Pood
Scientist
Office second floor McCrory
Lildg.. hours V to 4. 7 to ti, on
Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday
and Friday, llell I'hone 1072 J Vj
IRA L. SMITH I jS
COUNSfc'-LOR-AT-LA W j
Office Trust Bldg. Fairmont, W. va. j
scottT
IrnltMl Optometrist and
t&VBVmh Optician.
25 years practical
experience. glasses lurnlsbed la
one Uuur. With
A. B. Scott & Company,
JEWELERS. ^ |1
DR. A. B. SMITH.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND EYE SPECIALIST. , J)\t ?
Glasses ot all Kinds correctly .
fitted. Satisfaction puarantccd.
Hall Block over Martin's Drug
JIC v^unuu^
y Time S | B
ltory when you can get
IULED AND PRINTED
cents per hundred. And
inder here too, to lit the
price j^thus making your J
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