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CFINANCE. 01
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New York
S8W YORK. Jan. 6?The market
was (objected again almost to the caprices
ot professional traders Tester
day. that faction availing Itself of various
developments and complications
to depress prices of leading stocks
from three to six points. Extensive
' short covering contributed to Irregular
and for the most part nominal rallies
at the-doee.
and drilling No. 131 on the same lease. |
Development work Is Increasing In
> Onion district, ('lav county. In this |
district the Ohio Fuel Oil company i
drilled Its test on the J. L. Mines farm !
through the Big Injun sand and it
shows for a light pumper. This is a
wildcat location, 1.900 feet southwest;
at the same company's No. 3 on the j
Harper Minor farm. In the same dls-1
trict O. L. Davis will be due In the sand
next week at No. S on the H. L. Sam-.
pies farm. The yield of gasoline from '
Che casing-head gas in the well in Clay i
county Is very large and that alone I
IWASHINGTC
GOSSIP
WASHINGTON. 1). C.. Jun. li? ltep-:
JB resentatlve Harry C. Woodvard today i
KJioplnated Charles Henry Bryan, of]
Parkersburg, for appointment to take j
the examinations for admission to the ;
United States Military academy ut1
West Point; and Frank Albert Wood-1
yard, also or farKcrsuurg. as Bryan s,
I alternate. Young Bryan is a son of'
>j; G. E. Bryan, prominent official of the '
I B. & O., and young tVoodyard la n '
h }on of J. F. Woodyaril. a leading cltlsen
of Parkersburg tvho. although he!
has tlie same name, is not related to'
J the congressman.
IK Mr. Woodyard at the Pension hu-,
reau today called up the papers In1
the pension cases of Nancy J. Anderson.
of Harmony. Iloano county, and
Andrew Clark Mcllentrce. of Parkors
I bnrg. the latter an application for an
original pension and the former askI
Ing for an Increase under the recentI
ly enacted Ashbrooke law.
|? Representative Neelv has recom-'
- mended the appointment of E. B. Gay-1
E nor for appointment as postmaster at
IS&; Duffy, Lewis county, succeeding Arch
1J E. Fleming, resigned; and James A.
B-' Neyland at Monarch, Kanawha county.
an office which has been newly re established
upon request of Representative
Adam.Llttlepage,
I Hon. L. J. Forman. of Great county,
is a visitor in the capital and was a
caller upon Representative George M.
. lowers today. Mr. Forman served
< two terms in the state senate and upon
several occasions was a candidate for
the nomination for congress, the last
I time antnit Mr Pnwan If has haan
? ft long-standlne ambition of 8enatoi
(' Form an to serve in. congress, but ha
has never been successful with it.
Mr. and Mr*. Jamais- V. Shtpman, of
It Moundavllle. were callers at Congressman
Neely's office today.
Representative Neely has taken us
with the Pension bureau claims end h
ina in behalf of Sarah J. Pugb, of
Ifgjjl
Price movements were most bewildering
throughout the session, not less
than three Successive declines anil
rallies occurring in the first three
hours, with some relaxation of pressure
later. Public interest was altogether
negligible, even the more representative
rails showing little support
from that source.
~
Grain and Produoe. |i
CHICAGO, Jan. 6?Expectation ofj
ox tensive reselling by foreigners in
the uvettt of actus! peace did a good
~ deal today lo bring about declines In
tbe value of wheat. Closing prices
were unsettled. to 314c net tower
with M<y at 1.4814 to $1.4814. Corn
finished at 14c off to % ? 14 c up. oats
showing a set back of % to lc and provisions
advanced 22c to 62c.
WHEAT?
May 1.83', 1.801?
July 1.50 1.4814'
CORNMay
977, 9799 j
July 96*i 98V4 j
OATS?
May S79. 56H|
July r.4H 6699 J
'
Oil and G-aa.
On Big run, Liberty district. Marshall
county, W. Va., the Carnegie Natural
Oas company has drilled a test on i
the John Mackey farm into the Maxon
-sand. When tested the well showed a
capacity of 10,000,000 cubic feet a day.
It la shallow sand and there la some
doubt as to Its staying qualities. Had
the volume been developed in the Gordon
sand it would have been a more
important strike.
One mile east of the old Moscow
field in Grant district, Hancock county,
Talbert Bros, bad the courago to
drill a test on thoir own farm. Unfortunately
it la a duster in .the Berea grit
For some time It'has become something
of a feature for land owners to
teat their own property.
In Clay diatrlct, IUtcble county, the
Imperial Oil and Gas Products company
drilled a second teat on the Clintoft
Dejeoii farm Into' the Big Injun
iftWd'hiid developed* gasser. This lor
cation ts'BOO feet east of No. 1. which
came in a big producer a little more
(- than a month ago. In the same local>
Jty the same company 1b due in the
sand at a test on the Gaynor farm.
On Willey Fork, a branch of RichBe"
, wood run. Grant district. Wetzel county,
the Rlchwood Oil compuny has
completed and shot its No. 5 on the
John Mills form and It is not good for
more than flvo barrels a day in the
TJordon sand. In the same district, the i
Kanawha Oil company is due in Die
sand at No. 130 on the John Mills tract j
i W TH
LAND GAS '
. _J
makes it protltable to drill for very
light pumpers.
The Dent'a run pool in Msnsington
diitrtct, Marion county, ia last going
the way of other 30-foot developments.
There ore now but four wells carried
In the list of gauges given. F. W.
Bartlett's Nos. 1 and 2 Z. E. Ratson. 100
and 76 barrels, and tbe Dehnar Oil
company's Nos. 226 and 27 John L.
Hays, 286 and 107 barrels, respectively.
The aggregate production of the
pool does not exceed 600 barrels. A 1
little more than two months ago It was .
3,000 barrels.
Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH, Jan. 6.?On the local I
exchange the oniy feature of an encouraging
nature was the movement in
United Coal common, which made a
new high record at 21 gaining 1%
points above its previous figure.
Apart from this the operations consisted
of the usual amount of activity
In the mining sharer, itlth the regular,
list practically neglected.
There were 170 shares of American
Window Olass Machine common tradcd
at prices varying between 57 and
5014. pure Oil came into the market
for a spelt and was sold for a while ai
22S. at which price It also closed.
Summary.
Sales. Illgli. Low.
170 A W O M 57 5#%
20 iWOMpf.... 12112 12114 '
000 Cable Consol .. .07 .Of.
60 Fireproof 7'? 7',
225 Ind Brewing .. j'a tt'A
00 Ind Brew pf ... 17 17
10 La B Iron .... 807s 30%
25 Mfr* L & H ... '64 61
18,300 Mt Shasta 1.20 1.05 i
109 Ohio F Oil .... 18", IS i
451 Ohio F Sup ... 44<4 44
5.300 Pbg Consol ... .14 .12 :
50 Pbg Brew 41* 414 1
315 Fbg Brew pf... 187s 187k
2.900 P-J Copper .... 1.30 120
425 Pbg O & O ... 1174 "Wi,
520 Pure Oil 22 21*4 !
200 Ross Mining .. .27 .27 j ]
200 San Toy 10 .10 :
60 Sewer P{pe ... 17% 17
70 Un Coal '2174 2114
20 U S Steel 110 110 |'
55 W P Rys pf ... 75 75 r
1SA \V#?r Alrhr . . 1nfi InfiV. 1
210 West Elec .... 54 32*4 I1
31.135
Bonds.
32.000 Pbg Brew 6s... 88 68 >j
New high record.
" ~ i,
Constables' Raid
Nets Six Pints!
Billy May's Washington street place .
was raided again last night after Constables
Connor, Tucker and Michaels
had watched two white men buy two
pints of liquor from some colored gentlemen
there. The retailers escaped: <
the white men each lost a pint of 11- .
quor, and four unclaimed pints lying
on the floor were confiscated.
Sam Lewis, colored, was arrested
on Jackson street with two pints of
liquor In his pockets. He was arrest-j
ed for violation of the prohibition law :
on a warrant from Squire Conaway's i
office.
CLOTHIERS OF STATE TO MEET.
WHEELING. Jan. 6.?Arrangements !
were announced today for the annual !
convention of the West Virginia Re-1,
tall Clothiers" Association, to be held ,
January !) and 10 at the McLure hotel i
in Wheeling. A large delegation of lo- ,
cat clothiers will attend.
ARKANSAS LUMBER IMPORTED. <
CHARLESTON, Jan. 6. ? For the :
first time tn history lumber from another
state will he shipped Into the
Kanawha valley this week. Two barg- j,
es loaded with timber from near Arkansas
Pity. Ark., will be towed to j'
Charleston by steamer.
5n news ->|
| By CHARLES BROOKS SMITH. |
Metz; Frances Morehouse, of Moundsvlllo;
Louis Moll, of Fairmont; and
Elizabeth Klrkinnn. or Cnlc. He has
receive notlllcation that Increased
pensions?J20 n month?have been
granted to Mrs. Nancy Nev. of Wood- j
lands; Mrs. Mary Ryan, of Fairmont; |
and Mrs. Lou Plattenburft. of New '
Cumberland, These increases date!
from September S. 1916. |
Major Neely has requested the War |
department, to send a modern machine {
gun to the National Guard offices to be <
used for exhibition and study pur-1
poses.
I
SPECIAL NOTICES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given that Joel
Goroup. now serving a sentence In the I
West Virginia Penitentiary, will ap-j
ply on or after January lOtli to the
Board of Parole for a recommendation j
to the Governor for parole.
12-30-1-6 M. Z. WHITE. ,
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' |
MEETING
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of
the Peoples National Bank of Fairmont.
a banking corporation, organized
and doing business under the laws
of the United States, will be held at
the banking house of said corporation,
in the City of Fairmont, Marlon county,
West Virginia, on Tuesday, the 9th
day of January, 1917, at 2 o'ciook
P. M? for the purpose of electing it
hnarri nf rflPArtnra tn ant 14 IssmU i
during the mining year, ?nd for th?
translation of moh other batinem a*
may be properly considered ?t t stockholders'
meeting,
Olven under ay hand ae preeldenl
of aeld bank on tfcle the 6th day of
Deoember, A. D. Kid.
J. M, UHOWNriElvn, *Preildent
of the People* National
. Bank of Fairmont,
IE WEST VIRGINIAN?FA:
1 ' ' . ' '
LOST BIRD" GOING BAC1
WITH FORTUNE LEFT Hi
S
X A '.. < jp
K ' ' JgrmI I^H
Sa.n fkanUSCO. Jan. d.?
"Lost Bird" Is going back to Dakota
and the Sioux Indians. And she Is going
with gold to help then.
And the legacy comes In the nick of
time to raise from destitution to affluence
a young vaudeville girl. Miss
Pearl Cammack. whom the young Indian
woman, despite her own poverty,
had befriended.
The Indian girl's name Is Zlnlkella
Andnl. which Bignlfios "host Bird."
She is a full-blooded Sioux of the Sitting
Bull band. Her parents were
killed and she herself nearly died when
General Leonard Colby put the uprls-.
Ing on the Wounded Knee reservation.
Three weeks ago all bade fair to end
In tragedy. Today everything is
bright. And as soon as the formalities
are gone through with the Sioux heir-1
oss and her young girl frleud are to
journey to South Dakota, where "Lost
Bird" will make a permanent home for
Pearl Cammack. who nearly became a
"lost bird" herself.
Pearl Cammack's parents died recently
somewhere in the middle west
11
| MANNING!
Donley S. Jones, Correspondent, 7
Get Producer.
In the Dents run pool, Mead and
Company have drilled a test 011 the
Osborne Green farm Into the f30-foot
sand and the hole has filled up oil"
thousand feet with oil. This well is
southeast of the producer on the HigSinbotham
farm, llonwell & Co.'a test
on the F. Watson farm Is tha next well
due in this Held.
Held Meeting.
Columbia Lodge No. 04. K. of P.. and
several Knights from other lodges enjoyed
a fine session Thursday night.
Following the tegular session of the
lodge a fine oyster supper was furnished
to the members and visitors. F. P.
MrGce was made toastmaster and presided
in his usual pleasing manner.
New officers were installed. District
Grand Chancellor Alonzo Price was in
charge of the work.
FOTAWCIAL
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS
BANK. LOCATED AT FAIRVIEW,
IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
DEC. 27, 1916. ORGANIZED MAY
16. 1899. BANK FIRST BEGAN
BUSINESS FEB. 7. 1900.
Resources.
Loans and discounts $479,632.14
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
2,119.89
Stocks an?. Scarifies, including
premiums 9.SOO.OO
Banking House 10,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures .... 4.0S7.19
Other real estate owned .. 1.097.04
Due from banks 4S.2S1.47
Cheeks and other cash Items 104.62
Lawful money reserve in
bank 12,196.91
Expense and Interest paid 9.985.19
Total $578,304.45
Liabilities.
Capital ^tock paid in J 50.000.00
Surplus fund 50.000.00
Dividends unpaid 219.00
Undivided profit 33.199.01
Due to banks 12.128.39
Subject to check $ 74.319.25
Time certificates 357.252.21
Savings deposits 1.186.59 432.75S.05
Total $578,304.45
State of West Virginia, County pf
Marlon:
I, O.' E. Morris, cashier of the above
named bank, do solomnly swear that
the above statement la true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
O E. MORRIS. Cashier
NIMROD HAUOHT.
J Y. HAMILTON'.
J. H. BUH74B,
Directors.
Subtcrlbed and sworn to before me
thi* 5th day of January, 1517,
. H. D. EDDY.
N'Otary Public.
My commission expires January 8,
1921 .. . ? .. r
[ia Ti, SATURDAY EVE
Ev TO LAND OlF SIOUX f
ER BY INDIAN FIGHTER
M
. >.T RIOHT. "LOST Him)" ANT*
HKAKI ''AMM *<K, BEKKIKXDBIl
UV MBIT.
and left her destitute. The girl tried
an engagement with a road show ami
met with most unfortunate clreum
stance*. Left without any money, she
\v. j. tamer ana wire 10 tr.ua ->i. i
Fleming, lot in Watson avenue. Fair-|
mont; one dollar and further consld-,
crntion
IRST
NATIONAL BANK OF WORTH"!
VIRGINIA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSIRCES.
in on b and <1..7199.834.82
199.834.S2 $199.834.S2
I. none 238.71
Ion ( par value) 30.000.00
30.o00.00
ncludltig stocks)
3.000.00
3.000.00
) per cent of
1.100.00
icred) 3.000.00 8.000.00
2.218.25
j agents In New
1.155.98
rve agents in
IL024.37 8.180.35
:ers (other than
9.403.68
"... 1.123.78
1 604.89 1.783.67
8.266.00
lount due from
14.114.89
r and due from
1,100.00'
12S7.190.35
ITIES
$ 30.000.00
6.000.00
i 9 S .330.04
ixes paid 4.205.75 4.131.19
ied 600.00
29.600.00
54.974.38
14, 35, 3G. 37. 38.
54.974.38
or subject to 30
114.435.12
47,449.66
42 and 43 .... 16J.M4.78
*287,190.85
on, ss:.
ibove named bank, do solemnly swear
s best ot my knowledge and belief.
A. J. McDANIEL. Cashier
Correct?Attest:
M. C. COCHRAN, V
J. D. VICTOR. <
EVERAL McINTlRE. I
Directors,
i this 4th day of January, 1917.
8. K JACOBS, Notary Public.
l^ess current expenses. Interest and ta
Amount reserved for all [Merest aceru
: Circulating notes outstanding
Demand Deposits:
| Individual deposits subject to check .
Total demand deposits, Items 33, 3
39 and 40
I Time Deposits (payable after 30 days.
days or more notice):
! Certificates of deposit
, Other time deposits
Total of time deposits, items 41,
Totai
; State of West Virginia, County of Marl
I. A. J. McDanlel, cashier of the s
i that lbs above statement Is true to thi
Subscrlbod and sworn to before zn<
My commission expires December
.. .
.
iuiu ner siorv 10 ail actress living ill
the same hotel.
Tills girl told Zilitkolla Anunl and
the Indian girl's heart was moved.
She Insisted that the lonely lass live
with her and hor husband. Zlntkella's
husband does a larlat-tlirowing specialty
in the show business. She herself
was the only Indian woman to be
a delegate to the national woman suffrage
convention here during the exposition.
"I am glad of the money, of course,"
she Bald. "But what 1 thought of first
was the chance to do so much for my '
people 1 want to help.
"Jtist as a start. I am going to give
poor Pearl a home with me. She shall
come hack to Dakota. She Is young. |
bright and sensitive, and ought to have >
an education instead of facing the hardships
or the vaudeville life,
f "Then I hope to do something per-;
i manenl on a largo scale for the Sioux
1 people. They are in need of help. I
have visited the reservation several1
ttmes and have seen my relatives. I ]
; have a twin sister who was found, like
i myself, strapped to the hack of our
I dead mother!"
"ON NEWS |
'9 We?t Main St., Bell Phone 93 M
To Attend Funeral.
All members of Evonine Star Loclee
j No. 54 are requested to he present at '
the hall oa Sunday. January 7th at 10
a.m. for the purpose of attending the j
! funeral of their brother. S. S. SimpI
kins.
Personals.
Mrs. J. F. Beatty entertained the j
members of the Book Club at her home >
on Pleasant street Friday afternoon. I
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Wemple and ,
' children have returned from Lockport, j
i NO. 10450
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE F
INGTON IN THE STATE OF WEST
INESS ON DECEMBER 27. 1916.
RESOl
I Loans and discounts (except those shov
i Total loans
j Overdrafts, secured. 52:15.71: unsecurcc
U. S. Bonds:
; U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulat
! Total U. S. Bonds
; Bonds, securities, etc.:
Securities other than I*. S. bonds inot i
owned unpledged
Total bonds, securities, etc
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (5(
I subscription .'
I Value of banking house (if unencumt
, Furniture and Fixtures
Net amount due from approved reserv
York, Chicago and St. Louis .
i Net amount due from approved rese
I other reserve cities
; Net amount due from banks and bank
i Included in 12 or 20)
i Outside checks and other cash items
; Fractional currency, nickels and cents
| Notes of other national banks
! Lawful reserve In vault and net an
i Federal Reserve Bank
1 Redemption fund with IT. S. Treasure
U. S. Treasurer
Total
L1ABII
Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund
Undivided Profits
XING, JANUARY 6, 1917.
AQgyre WAimp
>A1/KSME.V?MOO to (800 per month
salary or conHnisilon. sailing our
Oil*, OrniM. Patau and other ?p*ctaltie*.
Do not be eatlafled. Oet our'
proposition Inland Oil Work* Co.. I
Cleveland, O. 1-6-lt NO 1799
WOl'LD *180 MONTHLY a* general
agent for (180.000 corporation and a
Ford auto of our own. Introducing'
stock and poultry remedies, dip*, die'.nfectanta
and sanitary tirodue.tr In
terest you? Then address Koyolcuui!
Cooperative Mfg. Co.. Dept. H 33.i
Montkellu. lnd. l-tf-lt No lTSS !
WOT.'LD (150 MONTHLY, auto of your 1
own to travel in as general agent!
handling remarkable sellers. Lightn-'
Ing Patrh Vulcanlier. Shock Absorb-,
er and Anti-Thief Combination Auto|
Switch Lock. thief proof. Interest
yon? Then address Dept 59. V. S.
Mfg. Co.. Wolcott, Ind.
t-fi-lt No i;!)T:
SALESMEN for adjacent towns. Sr.:
ar.v nnd expenses. General agency;
opening. Falrriew Nurseries. Roche*
ter. X. Vv J-6'.1! l7flh
f'f'T INCREASING coal hills. Use!
Koaliner Bnnish clinkers, cinders.!
root. Sells on sight. Send $1.00 for!
trial and prove it. Rig profit to conn
tv agents "Koallne" iirndlev Beach.'
X. J. 1-S-tf No 1795
N. Y.. where they spent the holidays '
with relatives.
F. It. Stewart, of Pleasant street, is
recovering from an attack ot grip.
.M. f Myers is suffering front a envoi
e attHfk of rheumatism at his homo
on East Main street.
A sou has been horn to Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Ilollolmugh at Negrletos. Peru.:
Mrs. Mollobaugli was formerly Miss
Kuth Spencer, of this city.
Miss Mary Jollln has returned to
her home in Morgantown after visiting
I11 town with Miss Helen I'richard
ut her liontu on Pleasant street.
Mrs. T. \Y. Elliott has gone to Fairmont
to spend a few days visiting with 1
relatives.
Miss Grace Smith is suffering from
an attack of grip ut her home on Sycamore
street.
A. It. Carmicltael has returned from
a business visit to Glover's Gap.
( 'apt. ('. E. Wells has returned to hi- '
home in Glover's Gap after a business
visit to this city.
?
Court News
Vitgl Statistics.
Births registered by Dr. . L. D.
Howaru, 14; by Dr. James A. Reidy, 12; !
by Dr. llenry D. CauHcy, 6; by Dr. L.
S. Smith. 6; by Dr. F. \V. Hill. 2; by'
Dr. Thomas H. Miller, 1.
Deaths recorded by J. B. Lczear. 2; ;
by Dr. L. S. Smith. 2; by Dr. F. W.I
Hill. 2: by Dr. James A. Reidy, 2; j
by Leslie Hayes, '1; by Edward Dawson,
1; by Cara Dodd, 1.
Bonds Given.
James 11. Barrett, administrator de .
bonus non tho personal estate of Wil- ]
11am Shaver, deceased.
A. B. Jolliffe administrator the per-1
soual estate of Mary K. JolllfTe. do-.
ceased.
II. R. Jack, guardian of D. R. Jack-1
7 years old, Infant heir of James Jack,
deceased.
>1. W. Ogden, executor the last will
and testament of Philip Heck, deceased.
Vlrginiu Vance, administratrix the
personal estate of Arthur Wilson i
Vance, deceased.
Brown Tennant, guardian of Herbert ]
Stephens, 18 years old, infant heir of
William Tennant, deceased.
Brown Tennant, guardian of Harry I
E. Tennant. 18 years old. Infant heir'
of William Tennant. deceased.
J. U. West, guardian of Walter S
Stephens. IS years old, infant heir of.
Henry W. Stephons. deceased.
J. B. West, guardian of Icy Stephens.
20 years old. Infant lieir of TTenry |
W. Stephens, deceased.
Feeds Filed.
CLASSIFIED A
| ONB CENT A WORD
LOST AND FOUND
FOL'XD? Package from Oagoods wlthjl
mere hand I ae and envelope from J.)
M. Hartley. Owner con have by call ,
at box 1751, West Virginian.
li-20-tr No 1751;'
FOUND?Child'? glove on I!< nonl avr-i |
nuc. Box 17S5 Weal Virginian.
I'il'tl NO. 1 lSr?
HELP WANTED?FEMALE
WANTED ? Girl* ut the Kairmout !
Stogie Co Good iruQcv, steady work
Murt t? over Hi yea? out. Kalrtuont i
Stoglo Co. 13-1-tt No. -t
WANTED -Girl for up-stAirs work'
and cure of children fire and ten;
year* old. Hell phone 270.
li lt No. 1780 ;
HELP WAOTED?MALE ^ ,
\\ ANTED?Experience 1 ? ript and ? > 1.
sist.mt payroll clerk Konr States ',
Coal Company, Anjinbollc, W. Va
Salary 170. t-lit No. 17 s.'.
WANTED - Mnn of good character.
brain* and business experience to
represent a large mercantile ugnnrv
ill this district. Address, slating age,
particulars and experience. Manager,.
l\ CI Drawer SO, Baltimore, Mil.
1-3-71 No. 17S7
SITUATION WANTED?Female
iV ANTED- - By experienced lady, position
as stenographer. Apply Box
1781 West Virginian 1-3-Ot No. 1781
WANTED ? Stenographic position.
Best references. Address 1781 West |
Virginian. 1-1-31 No. 1784
FLATS AND APARTMENTS
FOR "RENT?Four room apartment..
furnished or unfurnished; also two
furnished room*. Board If desired
Hell phone SOS-M. 1-3-31 No. 178.
FOR RENT?Two flats In llays Build
log. Monroe street. Apply A. A.
Uavs. Bawling Alley. 8-7-lf No. 1388
FARMSWANTED
1 WANT TO KENT a furm of about
25 to 50 acres or larger, local ion no'
to be u long distance from mines or a I
town. Farm must bo suitable fori
mixed farming. 1 have had considerable
experience in farming, therefore
i can tnlie good care of property. Addross
Box 1770 care West Virginian.
12-29-61 No. 1770
OFFICES TQ RENT
FOR RENT?Good business room, well
located. Apply South Side Plumbing
Co.. 205 Walnut avenue. Consul
Phone 459. I
HORSES, CATTLE, ETC.
FOR SALE?Two good milk covrs and 1
four shouts. Apply 1314 Sixth strcel I
Locust avenue. 1-1-tf No 1*.jU I
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED?To exchange good paying
business in central part of cttV and
vacunt lot In East Park avenue for
house and lot centrally located. This
business will be sacrificed on account
of poor health. Address S? West Virginian
office. 12-26-tf No. 1766
FOR SALE
FOR SALE?Household goods. Apply j
644 Monroe street. l-4-3t No 1791
FOUR LOTS In Jackson addition for |
sale, fine spring. good location for
pop factor}', railroad boarding liousc
and restaurant, factory site, good
place to put in railroad switch, also
surrounded by large acreage that can
be secured at reasonable terms for
factories. For information Inquire of
A. L. Hoffncr. 314 Cleveland avenue.
Fairmont, W. Vs. 14- Xo 1792
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Inventor
Don't bungle your inve
sheets right here READY'
to suit your business for 75
then -you can get a good b
sheets for just the littlest
inventory a permanent ret
Fairmont Printing a
DVERJ1SINGII
ROOMS?FPBHMHSD
nut ui:nt--s fnrnl?h?d roomtflifUt
housekeeping. 309 View Ave Con.
rou TnJ.\"P^FturuUfiB
T4#\V Bell. 1-4-Jl N..
MONEY TO LttAI&l I
VIIt: UiA'.KBYE SAVING AND 1.0A.Y
company of Uftlullo, 0- tins money
to loan on de?lrnble rout estate. M;.BI
Paul 0. Armstrong. Attorney. 4i-*3
Vmsi mils.. ;iii rider. Fairmont. W.
MONEY?To loan in sums o( jiu to
ISO to anyone lnvina steady work.
Can bo paid in small monthly paymenu.
No reference or endoraemeau
required Strictly confidential.. Ad-1
uress Box .-.or., cfarkabufg, \\ Va
_ ' <*30'f
FARMS FOR SALE
Klilt SAEE?Kana of 67 acre. house
and barn five uilca from Grafton.
Buyer names (be price. See J. tiuy
Alleti'ler. 'Irafton, W. Va. * ;3g3
17 2011 NO. 1.74
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Telephones
| Professional Cards!
DR. R. D. ICE
Osteopathic Physician and rood >
Scientist.
Office second floor MeCrory
Lildg.. hours 0 to 4. 7 to 9, on "5?
Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday
aud Krlday. Bell Phone 1072 J
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IRA L. SMITH "S|[ B
COUNSiLLOR-AT-LAW .
| Office Truit Bldg. Fairmont, W. Vs. j
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A. B. SCOTT,
' 02Optometrlat ana
I mmmfm optician.
I 26 yearm practical
eapuneuce. Glutei furnished ta
t one hour. With
i A. B. Scott & Company,
^ JEWELERS.
DR. A. B SMITH,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND EYE SPECIALIST.
Glasiee of all Kinds correctly
fitted. 8a tl? faction guaranteed.
Hall Block orer Martin's Drug
store. g^H
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ntory when you can get
RULED AND PRINTED |
cents per hundred. And I
inder here too, to fit the
price; thus making your
:ord. See?
nd Publishing Co.

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