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| Pittsburgh j PITTSBURGH, Feb. 6.?The Pittsburgh (lock market wee weak on Sat. ttrtlay, end sold off sharply after rer I Mating the decline earlier In the i week. Westlnghouse Airbrake led the downward movement, selling at 149- a lose of f4 a share from the last prevloua sale. It closed at 148 bid, 160 asked. Electric declined from 48Vi to 4764, bat did not sell so low as In New ?vt n nut ytu ucipatv iu me iaie rauy In that market. 8ummary for 6aturday, Stock*. High Low. 20 A WO pfd .... 108 109 i.010 A W O M .... 51 48 50 Do preferred.. 103 103 500 Cable Consol .. .05 .05 100 ColumO&E... 35 VI 35 U 1,000 Cold Bar Mines .33 .33 v B0 Fireproof 7 7 110 Do preterred.. 17 1601 100 HAV ltefrac ... 127 127 200 Ind Brewing 3 3 215 La Belle.Iron.. 72 71Vi 20 Lone Star Gas.. 96 93 270 Mfrs L & 11 ... 65 Y* 64 14,900 Mt Shasta 06 .50 660 Ohio Fuel Oil. 18% 19 8,000 Ohio Fuel Sup.. 50% 46% 70 Oltla Gas 99% 99 s 1,500 Fgh Jeroti'e ... .80 .6." 110 PgU O i tl .... lift 11 460 Pure Oil 20% 20 600 ltoss M & M .21 .21 205 Un N'ai Gas... 1S3 180 100 West Altbrake. 149 149 345 West Electric. 48% 47% (5,575 BONDS. 16,000 Ind Brew 1st 6s 49 49 Grain and Produce. CHICAGO, Feb. 5.? Wheat prices shot skyward Saturday alter a down plunge of 6c. The rise following amounted to 14c. Excited by buying on the part of speculators who had overestimated the depressing offset of a severance of American relations with Germany was chiefly responsible for the giant upswing of the market. The i , close was wild in wheat at $1.67%? i ' 1.58% for May, and at ?1.47%?1.48% for July, with last trading as a whole! B%c to 7%c above Friday's finish. Com closed at a net advance of lc to l%c, lad oats with a gain of %c to lc. In provisions, the result varied from 7c lecllne to a rise of 5c. Articles. Open. Close. IVheatMay $1.61 ?1.67 % July 1.44 1.47% CornMay 96% .98% July 95% .97 OatsMay 62% .53% July 51% .52% New York j NEW YORK, Feb. 6.?Wall street gave the country's first "war demonstration," botb on and off tbe stock exchange, on Saturday morning. Initial prices of stocks were slightly above Friday's close, and moderate additional gains were recorded during j the early dealings. Then a fresh wave of selling appeared, which carried Bteol common off 3 points to 99%. Crucible more than 5 points to 60ty, while shipping shares were off 6 to 8 points. The flashing of the news from Wash-; Ington that the German ambassador had been handed his passports, and that the American ambassador at Berlin had been Instructed to ask for bis ! papers, was the signal lor the cessa-: tion of the selling movemeut. and a moderate recovery began. Then the! financial district outside the exchange walls made its demonstration. Tho American flag was flung to the breeze m Wall street by banks and financial houses. The enthusiasm soon penetrated to the stock exchange, and then was witnessed a grand rally in. speculative and investment stocks and bonds that for the same length of; time was/never paralleled. Bethle-; hem Steel common jumped 37 points I to 400. In a few minutes United I States Steel was up 5 points to 104%. | Tbe minor iron and steel shares as w'all as the coppers bounded up 2 to B points. Texas company went from 200 to 215. The railroad list was up I to 4 per cent, New York Central leading tbla group. Many stocks closed at the top and virtually all ot them at substantial gains over Friday's close. Tho transactions for the two-hour session fell only slightly below 1,000,000 shares. Oil and Gas. Zero weather at the end of the week brought operations In the fields to almost a st anus till. At any iate the week was uneventful so far as It applied to development work. In the Bastern fields the crude market retnaine dstationcry. Operators and pro' ducers are less sanguine as to an early advance In the market. They are not1 holding back, however ,tor a higher pv market. There is considerable new tenrk Btjtrtlncv in tho old rliatrir.tft And will increase as weather conditions improve. The lower West Virginia district are completing the most wells. On Sorter's creek, Duval district, the South Penn Oil company drilled No. 7o on the Horse creek tract through the Berea grit and it shews tor an eight-barrel pumper. On Laurel Fork oi Cobb's creek in the same district, the Wayland Oil and Qas company completed No. 3 on the A. C. Pauley (arm. It is a very light pumper. On Buckeye Fork, James Potter & Co. completed No. 11 on the Standard Fuel comLpany's property and it is showing for a five-barrel pumper. On Porter's Fork, Duval district, the South Penn Oil company has started to drill No. I 79 on the Horse creek tract. On Tango creek the Big Creek Development company Is drilling Nov 4 on the W. S. Keating term. On Finch creek, Blk district, Kanawha county, the South Penn Oil com-pany shot No. E on the 2". 0. Woody larm, Increasing its production from IB to SO barrels. In Union district, Clay eoenty. the United Fuel Gas com L AND GAS nnnv hnn th? H?r tnr Vn 91 l on tbe Frank Cox farr. On Miller's run, Spencer district. Roane county, the Spring creek Oil and Gas company has a gasser In the Berea grit at its test on tbe G. M. Sergent (arm. On the Little Kanawha river, Sherman district, Calhoun county, G. L. Cabot drilled No. 3 on the J. S. Sllcott (arm into the salt sand. The well Is showing some oil and a little gas In that formation. On Frozen Camp run, Curtis district, Roane county, the United Fuel Gas company's test on the N. C. Wliited farm is a gasser in the Berea grit. On Big run. Union district, Harrison county, the Reserve Gas company drilled In a good fifth sand gasser on the C. W. Smith farm. v In the Dent's run pool, Mannlngton district, Marion county, the Blaekshere Oil and Gas company's test on the O. Watson farm is a gasser. There win | be three wells due to get the sand in j this pool by the close of the week. On ilcKown's creek, Walton district, Roane county, tbe Republic Oil anil Gas company complete*! auu shut No. IV on the Nancy C. Hne.y farm. It is estimated to be good tor 12 barrels a ilav in the Die iiiiun sand. The i location ib inaido 01 deilueu territory. Id the same district the Hope .Natural! Gas company is due In the land at u test on Ibd H. 0. Uonhart farm. Test wells ot inore 01 i*. ? import-ji unco arc starling unu rilling in a ..unibi r of district. jU Luc . 'jo Fork, Greenbrier district; Doddri'lgo coun- ' ty, lUo Laslcru Gil company .a iluo la , tbe anna ai a teal ou the L. (J. Hickman farm and truest Randolph k j. j bate a rig completed :or lest ou lue! I.j dia Suttuu :n.ai locate i on tlie same 1 stream anil in tne mu district. Oa Steer creen, Center district, Gil-1 mer county, the Hope Natural Gas Co.1 is rigging up at a teal on liie F. M. Minnie farm On l.i.tie El., creek, Eagle district, Harrison county, the same company has made tbe location for a test on tbe C. F. Lucas farm In the same district, the Pittsburgh and West Virginia Gas company Is starting a test on the M. K. Baker farm. , On Pole Camp run, Union district, Harrison county, the Crudo Oil company has started to drill on the E. M. Fer- I rls farm. On Little creek, Spencer district, oKane county, the Pure Gas company : I has started to drill a test on the Willis Walker farm. On the same stream the United Fuel Gas company Is drilling in the Berea grit at a test on the F. B Foster farm. On the Little Kanawha ?I--? CSC ? I ?? ?? Pniknlln /iniltl. river, oueiuiau uioiuvw voiuvuu wwuty, the Hope Natural Gas company has made a location on tho Laura V. Ash farm. FAILURES THIS WEEK. Commercial failures In the United States last week as reported by R. G. Dun & Co., are 325 against 333 last i week, 358 the preceding week and 4691 the corresponding week last year. Fall-, ures lu Canada number32, against 19| last week. 34 of the preceding week, and 50 last year. Of failures this weke In the United States 111 were in the East, 90 South 71 West and 53 In the Pacific states, and 102 reported1 liabilities of $5,000 or more against 129 last week. 1 i [ EAST SIDE I' I NEWS 1 Birthday Party. Lucile, the little daughter of Bruce .Morgan of IPtsburgh avenue, was! given a surprise party Saturday night | In honor of her eighth birthday. The hours from two until five were spent1 in a most enjoyable manner by the: little folks and refreshments wero i served. Attended Funeral. Mrs. Cora L. Morrow and Mrs. Patterson and son Boyd attended the funeral of Miss Margaret Craig at BoothsviUe yesterday. Miss Craig wus the only daughter of Mt;s. Rachel Craig and had many friends and relatives hore. She died very suddenly Thursday evening while playing the organ at the church. Spent Week End Here. Miss Alta Reeves of the University spent the week end at her home on Morgantown avenue. R. E. Harr III. Rufus E. Harr is quite ill at his homo near Morgantown avenue. Meeting Postponed. The meeting of the Ladies Aid Society of the Diamond street M. E. surch which was to have been held this week is Indehnttely postponed. Here From Pittsburgh. Floyd Morrow, who is employed In Pittsburgh spent the past few days at his home here. Returned to Grafton. Miss Mabel Richards of Raymond street who Is teaching at Grafton, returned there laet night after a visit at her home. Pereonals. E. C. Rowand of East Park avenue spent Sunday at Metz. Miss Effie Steele who has boen ill with svmntoms of tvnhold fever at the home of Mr. and'Mrs. Albert Helmlck on Maryland avenue Is recovering. < Miss Daisy Barnes of Colfax spent the past few days with her sister Miss Basil Herron on Market street j' Costs $5 to Drive Through a Funeral R. Q. McGee, driver of a truck In the city was fined $2 In police court this morning for driving his vehicle through a funeral procession. He. paid. James Murphy, formerly known as I September Morn Is in jail again. This time It was too cold tor James to play ; September Morn and he got drunk. Ho was released from the penitentiary, at Moundsvillo last Tuesday and was In the city Jail Sunday. The mayor soaked Sep 35 and allowed htm to go and work it out, "" RUMANIAN TELLS OF BI PACT; SI CAPTA, . i. NECIULESEN AN. HIS WIFE -aN FRANCISCO. Jan 23.?a 6e 'at conference Ri Bucharest hi which r-fre u-:\ 'o I. ...(. up iinrw and1 ulgari* ph-isot quit h'i Uerii : , illlance wuf .1 uip.Qir.utlc mu.u ru ,u 'u cded Rumania's entrance. into tie var. ihis new version a a xplained i<: av.ain Paul :.e ulo: ti. aha tan . | re with his wl e on 'he way n .. buy Ani>'.-i?-an amo-i : . ;ur wco in Rumania. Rumania went Into the "--vnr wit?-1 i.r eyes open anil with evoiy ; . . J," said c.ipiaiu Negulesen lliruug i n lntorpretor "There was a secret conference it Bucharest with representatives of Greece and Bulgaria pres cnt. Greece agreed to throw an artay to Rumania's aid and join the war. I WASHINGTC GOSSIP notwithstanding war's alarms, tue sound of hammer and saw Is heard along the great avenue, where reviewing stands are being set up. courts of honor are taking shape and preparations are in full swing for the second inauguration of Woodrow Wilson and Thomas Riley Marshall. It may be that International complications may exercise a sobering Influence over the event, but, according to the inauguration committee, it will not cause any of the elaborate plans formulated to be abbreviated, and the bta Daaeani will be held as originally programmed. It so, and it Is as those In charge hove declared all along it will be. it promises to make history in an Inauguration way. its promoters have claimed all along that It will surpass all previous a flairs of the kind and establish a new record. Much depends on how tbe weather disports itseil on March 4tb, however. Few states will have more people iu ; the Capital that week than West Virginia. It does so near to Washington and Its people are used to coming here, and always glad oi an opportunity to make the trip. No bigger opportunity is afforded them than the inauguration of a President, and this in-; auguratlon will contain some new and interesting features. For one, it will be the first in which the wives of a President and a Vice President will ride with them in the inaugural procession from the White House to the Capitol plaza and return. Hotel prices have been shot upward and windows in buildings along the avenue are bringing fancy prices. Heviewing stand prices will be about as heretofore. Visitors who cannot stand the high hotel prices can lind plenty | of rooms in boarding houses and pri vate residences if they will, upon ar-1 rival, apply to the headquarters of the committee which has that feature in charge, and they will not have to pay extortionate rates either. As for eating accommodations, Washington has more and better popular price restaurants than probably any otuer city in i the East For the first time in many years? not since the delegation was solidly of one nnrtv?-West Virginia's reDre sentatives in the House ot Representatives lined up as a unit on one side ot an important measure. 11ns was the immigration bill, which President Wllpon vetoed a second time this week, on account Ot the muclwUscusseu literacy test clause. When it passed the House in the tlrst place the state's delegation voted unanimously in lavor ot it, and when the motion came to pass it over the veto they lined up solidly in tavor Ot that motion, the five who were present did. Representative Sutherland, wob was abseut in Charleston, having supported the bill on its passage would no doubt have voted to pass it over the veto had he been present when that was done. On the new revenue tax measure, however, the delegation split according to party lines?Bowers, Cooper and Woodyard, Republicans, casting their votes against the bill, and Neely and Llttlcpage, Democrats, theirs in favor of it One afternoon last' week?a clear, cold, sunshiny day ? Mrs. Harry C. Woodvard. the accomDlished wife of the congressional representative from the Parkersburg district, set In motion a plan to give the one hundred youngBters In the Bruen orphanage an automobile ride through the pity and the parks, Including a visit to the Zoo. There were eight little passengers, bundled up warm and snug, to make the initial trip with their kind hostess, yid It is a question whether the children or Mrs. Woodyard enjoyed the outing most From now on, eight at a time, Mrs. Woodyard will take the orphans for an outing of several hours and many miles until she will have gone the rounds of the hundred and more children who reside in the orphanage. The rate caBe in which West Virginia coal shippers are interested, the case which proposed to increase rates to western points about which there FAIRMONT, MONDAY EVE! 1 IOKEN WAR !f TES POSED AS FRIENDS [ \ " ^ I .U ., . .. IilcaUl I U *lh ut Mil! ) it: l:ur soldier ' "' -nv-slna n c ,, y . ountry and b I in ur army & >'-a Russian of- r . German busy iu L ..uece and Rumania wero l; i> :i ' u march on Trunsylvanla. ^ then the bubble burst. The friendii- l' neas of Bulgaria was but a Ocrrauu It spy scheme. The soldiers had come ? over only to see what we were doln '' When the time was ripe. Herman. e struck. That a 'he secret of Kuma: b la's troubles " i e DN NEWS--71 } | By CHARLES BROOKS SMITH.] has been so uiucn sa.u in W est v ir- u giuia, has been considered by the Intar-State Commerce Commission this 8 weok. There has boen an array of coal 0 company attorneys here and statlstl- c cal experts In their employ. Former c Congressman S. B. Avis of Charleston, f attorney for the Public Service Com- 1 mission, was present to represent the interests of the state in the proceed- Q ings. The state strenuously opposes 0 increasing the freight rates on her h coal. Former Governor A. B. White, P who Is employed by the Public Service i Commission, was also one of the rep- t resentatives of tbo government of t West Virginia In attendance. i n i e Hon. Robert T. Cunningham, of Fairmont, was again elected a ulrector of the United Slates Chamber oi com-, merce, which held Its filth annual ' meeting in Washington last week. Mr. 1 Cunningham is one ol the men at the 1 top in the active management of this greatest of all business men's organi-11 nations. He occupies not only a piom- s iueut but an Influential position in 'his body. The meeting ihis week was tho J ~ best that has ever been held. The or-' ganisatlo uis growing more powerful every year, and lias leached the stage in its growth when it is wielding tremendous influence in national affairs, / not only of business hut of govern-! ment. A number of West \yirgiuians j were here attending the sessions, among them Prof. I. C. White, of Mor-. gantown; C. P. Sno-v, of Huntington, : H. H. Archer and Joint B. Finley, of Parkersburg; Col. W. W. Beall, of Wellsburg; W. E. Wells, of Newell, and a Bcoro of other men who are leaders In business in various Wrest Vir- j ginia towns and cities S. J. Cole, a druggist, of Hundred,, W. Va.. and an active Democratic politician. has been recommended for appointment aB postmaster there by Reprrtsoiilutive M. M. Neelv. The annoltlt- 8 moot is a presidential 0110 and the of- ' lico p:. s $i,300 per annum. A marriage license was issued here e to Alexander Brandon, of Wheeling, W. Va? and Phebe J. Barnes, of Shady Sldo, Ohio. An application for an increase in * pension was filed at the Pension Bureau by Representative Woodyard in behalf of John F. Brand, of Slato, W. \'a. . INDUSTRIAL 1 FAIRMONT i Every factory and shop in the city dependent on gas for fuel is shut down this morning and will likely re- t main so for a few days. When cold g "spells like the present one appear, it a is necessary for industrial users to sit k back and give preference to domestic c consumers. A considerable hardship t Is perpetrated on the workers in the e factories, but In such a crisis the greatest good to the majority 1b the g rule. I Snow drifted on the car tracks by. b the wind last night made the first j t trips ot the lnterurban cars tedious this morning. The snow was not deep ti enough to necessitate the use of the snow ploy but was plenty to make all kinds of trouble for the crews. But little delay was suflefew on any of n the lines. tl ti A stockholders meeting of the Fairmont Building and Loan Association ? is called for tomorrow evening to au- n thortse the increase in the capital _ stock of the company to $1,300,000. ~ The present capital of the association 1 is $1,040,000. Crabs and shrimps swim backwardsl so they won't get anything in their, I eyes < , ' . . .; ' ' ' t i?i? aafil hi mi cnl ** las Passed Senate and G Soon Will Be Before |\ House. p (By Associated Press) \ CHARLESTON. W. Vs., Feb. 6.? 'he bill relating to double election * oards In West Virginia, which has \ ecu paaseu by toe Senate, is being ousiuered by the judtoiary committee e 1 the tiouse 01 Delegates, auu accord-1 f ig to Its supporters, will be reported ut by that committee wllhiu a short. ime. ! ? Senator R. L. Gregory was sponsor t me bill in the upper branch aud it j i as introduced In the House by Dele-17 ate J. W. Weir, ot Randolph county. | 'l he bhl, which is designed to te-1 ilitute the gathering oi election re- 1 urns, provides lor two election boards, aoh to be composed oi luree couuiusioiic(s and f..o poll Cierg*. Una Of a he boards, the bin pruviues, snail be no.,., as a rcce.viiip board auu Uie tnoi ta a counting uuslu. * ibe aoubiu election board system, ccortimg CO the propoacu law. sttull peiato ouij in voting prucinote at , men iou oi more votes were cast ror _ oteinoi in the precoamg election, no county court cua*i uctuimine wual i emacta in Lue county snan nave me OUUie Ij-dlus. iii er.cu precinct where lue two outdo operate, tue receiving board ' ban ia.,e charge ot the puilo as now 1 e^uireu b> law. Four uours utter uu puna opeu tue eouuuug uoaru shall; Uau cuurge ul the bauot Dux couta.u- ' ag iue votes aireauy east uuu retire 0 a partitioned room or space ana be-; t m iue tabulation 01 the vuies cast, i ue receiving beard suali coutiuue to eeeive outlets in aUUvUer box pruviuu tor cue puip-.sc until the cutmiiug uuiu UuluUea cnunlmg lUOoe lu Lue = list box. iueu .in, uuxcu uUali ue Xcnan0eU unLu cue puiea close vvueu OiU UuUius -.ban couiiuue iue vvora ' 1 cuuuwug. buUniaviiig, anU SuUiUianiug tne votes auu uiuXnig iue certmaies ui LUe result, lioui Uuarus suail ertuy the result. * Four ceruucuies ot the result ol the taction lor oucu party shall be seated 1 eparaiely in envelopes and disposeu I as tOUOVts: v Une ceiuiicate shun ue returueu uu- i ler seai to the clera ol tue county ourt with the etecnou returns; one hall be posted outside the trout door . t the polling place ot the precinct; } no shall bo mailed to the clerK ot the lrcult court ot tho county, and one ; or each party shall be sent ty regis- t ered mall to the secretary of state. z The bill provides that the election Ulcers snail receive no more iuuu . ne day's pay. The penalties tor (all- y ng or neglecting to return the preare and return the certlticates ot elec- , ion wiUhn 12 hours aud for divulging , he result of the county of vote's prior . o the clbsing of the polls are the same | s now provided In the West Virginia lection law. What a Bushel of Potatoes Is. CHARLESTON. W. Va? Feb. 5?In' myliig insb potatoes. West Virgin.a.is uay ueinand 60 pounds avoirdupois or a bushel. I In the opinion of Attorney General 1. A. Lilly this commodity should be I old by weight instead of measure. | "HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE = IRE NOW PRAISING "OLD HICK, l ORY TONIC." ? Becauso it quickly put them on the oad to good health. It sharpens the ippctite, enriches the blood and drives , he poisons from kidneys, liver and i lowcis. It is rich in Iron and contains | he tonic and purifying principles of oots, herbs and barks. It is free rom strychnine and other such sttmllants. Old Hickory Tonic is made rom the private formula of a family >f doctors who used it in their own iractice for over a half century. It 'ou are weak, sickly and out of sorts, to to your druggist this very day and >uy a good big bottle. You'll soon adnit that you made a splendid inVestnent. Also sold in general stores in imall towns and in the country. iru iiini/Kiii it*. MAN A FIRM ENDORSER OF NERV-WORIH Salem Pastor, Well Known in Fairmont, Has Gained 10 Pounds. Rev. John T. Hickman, who wrote : be endorsement which appears below eve It to the Nerv Worth druggist I t Clarksburg, Is exceedingly well ' nown and highly esteemed in this Ity and section. His words will have | heir proper weight among ailing read rs ana cne mends tnsreor: "I take pleasure In saying that ae a , eneral tonic Nerv-Worth Is the beet have ever used. ? "I now sleep more soundly, appetite etter and stomach in better condition ban for years before. "No one needing a tonic should tall d give Nerv-Worth an honest trial. (Rev.) JOHN T. HICKMAN," Salem, West Va. To the above report Rev. Mr. Hickoan added the conclusive statement hat he had gained 10 pounds since iking Nerv-Worth. Your dollar back at Crane's Drug Itore, Fairmont if Nerv-Worth does ot benefit YOU. KIG saltans in l to s days sou) *Y ravMins. h ami Post it dMirtd-PriM ll,or? botU?r* ' HBBVANS CHBMlEALcJ..CINCimill.C. [ iCii .1 xfcLafiiEEfejiL. ~ CLASSIFIED AI ONE CENT A WORD I -.JSLi Wa-NT-r?Ti'MA ,r. URL for general housework ' ill ^ Ball Phone 584 J. 1 27-17 No. '.S '3 1 ' Bu WANTED?Olrl for second cook 'or tli week or ten days. See Miss Chap- rei iel at Normal Dormitory. 1-30-tf No. 1856 __ VANTED?Girl for general house- J t work. Apply 1106 Alexander place lell phone 706. 2-2-tf No 18KC VANTED GIRL Oood home and goo l aa; wages to girl who can cook and do of jeneral housework. Apply Mrs. B. mi '.Reed, 880 Cleveland avenue. to 2-2-.il No 1870 Pe VANTED?A white woman to wash a, by day. Apply 511 Fifth Street. ,ej u S-3-21 No. 1872. 1 ii ii mi i VANTED?Dining room girl. Apply tal at Cook hospital 2-3-tf No 1S71 loi VANTED ? Experienced waitresses ^ and waiters at once Topuotch; -gges Cocw -o Anderson's Restaurnf. Fnlrntot! \V. V. N,' 1877 tr L1M?1 .MW !- II IS.. P I _ HELP W NTEP?MALE w, 1VANTED?Ten laborers 52.50 tor rr nine houri Vpp'.v Luther llarrln' on. Norwood Mines 2-2 it No t.ssBt " " wOMi'if i'O LO.iis tlL UUtlkbtb OAVlNli A.MJ company ol Beilaue, U.. bus money j loan on douauie real eatate See 'aui G. Armatroug, Attorney, 41-4a 7T rust Bldg. uu Fluor Fairuioui. H ? Pi duNEY?To loan L. sums ol ?lo w ? Sou to auyoue a vim a lea . worn .an be paiu in small mouiUl pay aeula. No reierence oi enuurs.-nit'iits _ cuuired Sua cuutideuuai .>u ? reas Box alio. Clai noliurg. v. . a ~~ j J i'.iiwiSllS r Oi. 5 viji, uAS'lLUN GiilL KaK.Ms Full S.-iuK. Write W Vv. l>ucc, Coiuuihinua. o. 1-20-tit NO. IO-'i 'OR SALE?Eight room house with from one to live acres of land, lo- j :ated near Fai.'mont Country Club. > 'or further particulars call at resl- [ lence or address W. T. Wadsworth, I . tt. 1, Fairmont, W. Va. 1-31-ul No. lOuU ? SALE OK EXCHANGE I , OR SALE OR EXCHANGE, M :Kees- ! Q port, Pa., Income property for ?tnall ! aim near Fairmont. Address G13 1 < Valnut avenue, city. 1-30-tt No 1857 j i AGENTS WANTED | ,VANTED ? Salesmen lor permanent position paying ?100 and better _ nonthly. Reliable firm. High grade ;oods used In every home. Attractive o iroposltlon, especially to those who g lave horse or auto. Write R. M. C? 6 1120 Market St., Wheeling, W. Va. S 2-5-31 No. 1876 g p > w. t.uoo Uookhitid::.g Tim ..!> v.t/ tlnd ire do. No matter bow small or row large the book, we bind tbem well Fairmont Printing & Publishing Co Set of Teeth $8 g GUARANTEED 10 YEARS .own and bridge work. $b.oo Tootb fillings. 50c and dp 1 I1 Examinations ^nd estimates KREE Dental methods bare totally changed In the last lew yearB , and to get the best ot dentistry, consult a dentist who Is prac- !l| sing the late methods. We guarantee our work. ifflce on Main street opposite Court House, over 5 and 10 Cent Store. The Union Dentists | Bell Phone 921 J. | ? C CHICHESTER S PILLS f . TUP: IMAfctWU ItKAND. a WtUlURX Pills la Has anil Uahi maMlAV/ E [L j r ff y?r? hnowitM Best.SHwt, Air aj-Reli*. I? V r SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERVWHLRfi ' I PAGE 7 , 11 OVERUSING I 3ASH WITH OROER " 0-T * OUN -? y^ww^www^gwvs^-v ST?Cent.Late foi t?o hares of Lb? capital stock ot Uic Kuirmont illdiD( and Loan Association Car- ; cats ia Number X.S20. Howard It iMrnail ta Dn. 1 OT J tlf.as *" rcr* uou vu jljua xoit t?ooi ? .U.SInEa8 O-fORTUNlTlia it-Cu.N & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.. (rut lands. Till* to ne revested to United States hy act Congress dated June 9. 1116. Two llion three hundred thousand acres be opened for settlement and sale, wer site, timber and agricultural ids containing same ot Met 'tnd t In United States. Now Is the oprtune time. Large Sectional Maps d description of soil, climate, rain1. elevations, etc. Postpaid one dolOrant Lands Locating Co., Box 1. Portland. Oregon. 1-18 Uf No 1819 ROO.ua?FURNISHED )R KENT?Furnished room* Or untumalieJ room*. Alio inted Apply 718 Glen St. Lo<-uet o- 1-39 ?t NO. 1S65 R RENT?Nicely furnialted rooms. \r.niv SS2 Oerten avanne --.gral No. 1867 TTi niiNf?1Two nicely 'ftntUbec rooms. 711-W Consolidated. ^ 8-8-61 NO. 1878 HOUSES FOS RENT )R KENT 0-room bouse, Ogden avenue. Inquire F. M. Murphy. iQire 733-Y Consol. 1-26-tf No 1861 ... i ?b-room house lurnUbed ' For particulars call Bell 816-J. 2-3-St No 1875 Professional Cards i IRA L. SMITH COUNSCLLOR-AT LAW jtliee Trust diag Fairmont. W Vs. A. b. aeuii, Opiomotriat ano fcgWTft Optician. 26 years practical upmisuce Uluaabs turntsbed to jae oour. With A. b. scoti & Company, JEWELERS. " oaaaaoKecteaceg MRS. W. A. TUCKER & CORSETIERE Representing Nubone Corset?. 9 ell 487 J 326 Monroe St. 9 la. A a. osteopathic physician AND EYE SPECIALIST. Ulabsee ot all Kinds correctly nlieil. satisfaction guaranteed. Hall Block over Martin's Drug Store. W. R. DOUGAN DENTIST. |$| ! K Bell Phone 61. '3 Nuzum BIdg. JerTerson St ; fomam?? lu - ~v r^| Chances are You'll Save lore if You Do This Separate your money a> far aB possible from that spending Impulse. Place your oaah on band In the National Bank of Fairmont and carry a check book Instead. This method not only makes "savers" out of "spenders" but puts system Into every business t/anactlon so that you may check up often and toll where the money really goes. yuSB ' Try the check way with , the National Bank of Fair mm. yjflM XlRMONT *?EST V4.