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FINANCE, 01
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| Pittsburgh
Wi-iSBUROH, Feb. 21,?A feature
of the local stock market was the revival
In demand for Pure OU, on which
Athe stock advanced from 21 to 21%
| and closed at the best By contrast
w Ohio Fuel Supply was weak, declining
from 62% to 60%, and closing at
SOU A ?~-H 1?t -? TT-I XT-. 1
ZD' ?? uauuti IWb U1 UIIIUU liaiUiOl
Qaa Bold at 180, a loss-of f3 a share
from the laat previous sale. Manufacturers
Light and Heat was % lower,
and Columbia Oas and Electric |2 off.
Glass stocks were dull, and on one
small sale American Window Glass
Machine common lost 1%. Pittsburgh <
Plate Olass held steady, selling at 130.
8ummary.
Bales. High. Low. i
15 A W O M 51% 61%
3,400 Cable Consol.. .06 .06
100 Col Gas & Elec. 39% 89%
100 Fireproof 7 7
60 Do preferred.. 16 16
170 Ind Brewing... 3% 8%
10 Do preferred.. 16% 1F%
170 Mfrs L & H.... 63 62%
4,900 Mt Shasta .... .71 .67
100 Ohio Fuel Oil... 20% 20%
1,650 Ohio Fuel Sup. 62% 60%
10 Oklahoma Gas.. 95 96
100 Pgh Brew com. 3% 3%
7,500 P-J Copper 90 .76
cca D?k n a. rt to*/. iou. 1
WV t Bu w ? ? .... *?74 *"7a
120 Pgh P Glass... 130 130
! 2421 Pure Oil, com.. 21* 21
16 Union Nat Oaa 180 180
95 W P E-W P ... 23 22%
110 West Airbrake. 150 150
415 Weat Eelc, com 60% 49
*1,001 *
BONDS.
4)2,000 Pgh Coal deb 6s 100 100
| New York
NEW YORK, Feb. 24.?Suggestions
of Increased tension in the foreign situation
as affecting this country, and
the utterances of the British premier,
prompted renewed selling In moderate
volume yesterday. Initial prices were
^.Irregular, though better in the main;
jut the entire list became heavy durthe
mld-sesslon. when pressure
Bq the leaders was most marked.
Sphere were other adverse factors,
mcq uh uio iuruier depreciation in
Hallan exchange to Its lowest record, 1
os being quoted at 7:40. Forecasts .
so indicated a fairly large local '
HRish loss for the week, notwithstanding
the inflow during that pe'
riod of nearly $50,000,000 foreign gold.
Grain and Produoe.
CHICAGO, Feb. 24.?Lloyd George's
speech emphasizing the gravity of the
shortage of vessels needed to carry
foodstuffs to Great Britain had a distinctly
bearish effect yesterday on- '
the wheat market here. Depression, '
which became manifest as soon as
trading opened, was at no time overcome,
and the close was unsettled, %
to 2% cents net lower with May at
$1.76% to $1.76, and July at $1.49% to
$1.49%. Com lost %@% to % cents
and oats % to % cents. In provisions ,
the outcome ranged from 32 cents de- |
cline to a rise of 7 cents.
Article. Open., Close.
Wheat?
May $1.78 $1.76% i
July 1.50% 1.49% i
CornMay
1.00% 1.00%
T<iisr an a/ qqka <
?u'j n
Oats?
V May 57 .56%
I July .54% .64%
^Pairmont Y, M, C. A, ;
Lost to Wesleyan 1
Fairmont Y. M. C. A. went down to
defeat In a 36 to 25 game with Wesleyan
at Buckhannon last night The
game was featured with fast floor
work and at times rather sensational
shooting. Arnett and McClure again
demonstrated their team work In forward
position, putting up a really better
fight than Morrison and Daniels,
their opponents. The lineup:
StWesleyan?36 Fairmont?25
Fisher F Arnett
Daniels F McClure
Neale C Moore
- Morrison G...... Hawklnsl '
Beck Q Ward
ouumiiiuionB?vyesieyan: L,ougn lor
'Daniel, Ward for Morrison, Lantz for
Lough, Shriver for Neale.
Field Goals?Fisher 6, Nei.le 5, Beck
. 1, Lough 2, Arnett 3, McClure 3, Moore
' 1, Hawkins 2.
Foul goals?Fisher 8 out of 16, Arnett
7 out of 11.
High School Five
Wins at Grafton
Fairmont High won 32 to 23 from
Grafton High on the Grafton floor last
night, playing red hot hasketball from
the first whistle and completely outclassing
the railroad town boys. Hawkins
at center and Knight at guard,
were the stars of the game. Lineup:
T Fairmont, 32. Grafton, 23.
Wilson F Qough
1 Ritchie F Collins
Hawkins C Clark
tiiii ... .G Wilmouth
Knight G -Irving
Pour baskets?Fairmont: Knight. 2
I out ot 6. Grafton: Collins, 7 out of 13.
WANTED
' Men between the ages of 18 and 45
to work In the production department
a of large rubber concern. Experience
r. not necessary. UnsklHed labor can
make $3 to $5 per day after trade Is
learned. $2.00 per day first few weeks
- while learning.
8TEADY EMPLOYMENT, 8 Hour day
No labor trouble. Work not dependent
on war orders. Physical examination
at our office. Communicate
with or apply In person at the Employmant
Office, the Goodyear Tire
& Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio.
p(;.
L AND GAS |
- ~ ? ?.?I t irryw>n Oil>~>ir> ~Ti~i~ - ? ? Oil
and Gaa.
Few completions wars reported from
the West Virginia fields. In Union
district. Wood county, the Pennsylvania
and West Virginia Oil company
drilled lu No. 11 on the Adam Fetch
farm through the second 6ow Run sand
and It shows for a five-barrel pumper.
No. 13 on the same farm is drilling.
In the samedlstrlct George Rasel completed
No. TS on the A. M. Robinson
farm. It Is an eight-barrel pumper in
the second Cow Run sand.
In Liberty district, Marshall county,
the Manufacturers Light and Heat
company's test on the V. C. Yoho
farm la a light gaaaer In the Gordon
sand and la now drilling to the fifth
T_ tkn /-? TXT Bil ?
DWJU, ?u wo ll HID I.VUULJI Ui II IUIH7
ft Co. have started to drill a test on
the John Campbell farm.
Shlnnston high got a terrible walloping
at Falrvlew last night, Falrvlew
High sending them home with an 81
to 48 score.
Basket ball le being entered Into
right heartily by the Normal girls. &
fast practice game was run through on
the gym floor this morning.
Glenvllle Normal's basket ball team
beat Clarksburg High last night, 82
to 22. Clarksburg fought hard hut
lid not have the class.
Indiana legislation has killed a boxing
bill. This bill was similar to that
pf New York. Indiana Is surely Improving.
If these ballplayers who are holding
put for six and eight thousand a season
should be drafted into the ranks at
(13 per month and found they might
be a little more considerate of the
magnates.
FABLE.
The foolkiller leaned on his club and
signed. "I guess I might as well give
up my Job," he soliloquized.
He was watching a winter carnival
in weather 10 below and some nuts
tvere out in ice boats.
FAMOUS ATHLETIC
FIELD SOON TO PASS
But Better Place to Stage
Big Events Will Take
It's Place.
MOROANTOWN, Feb. 24?That an
ithletlc field will be constructed on
the Fair Grounds at Fairmont and that
South Side park will not be available
for the game scheduled between the
University and Washington and JefTerBon
for November 17, Is contained In
advices forwarded to the athletic heads
here. The probabilities are that a field
to be built at the Fair Grounds will bs
the scene of the battle.
For many years South Side Park
has been one of the famous athletic
rields of the state. Famous In the history
of baseball, football and track in
the state, Its passing will be regretted
by the thousands of students and alumni
who have, on various gala occasions,
packed into its grand stands.
Plans which are being perfected for
the conversion of tbe Fair Grounds,
will make that place the finest athletic
field in West Virginia. The space
Inside the big half mile oval could be
graded perfectly level; new and additional
grand stands could be built
at little cost, the natural amphitheatrlcal
topography of the location making
possible a very pleaBlng arrangement.
The street car service to the Fair
Grounds Is much better than that to
South Side park, since loops and
bwnuuBs uavB ueen lusuiiiea expressly
for the purpose of handling large
crowds.
RID STOMACH OF
GASES, SOURNESS,
AND INDIGESTION
"PAPE'8 DIAPEP8IN" RELIEVES
STOMACH DI3TRE8S IN
FIVE MINUTES
You don't want a slow remdy when
your stomach Is bad?or an uncertain
one?or a harmful one?your stomach
Is too valuable; you mustn't Injure It
with drastic drugs.
Pape's Diapepsln Is noted tor Its
speed In giving relief; its harmlessness;
Its certain unfailing action in
regulating sick,sour, gassy stomachs.
Its quick relief In indigestion, dyspepsia
and gastritis when caused by
acidity has made U famous the world
over.
Keep this wonderful stomach sweetener
in your homo?keep It handyget
a large fifty-cent case from any
drug store and then If anyone should
eat something which doesn't agree
with them; if what they eat lays like
lead, ferments and sours and forms
gas; causes headachae, dizziness and
nausea; eructations of acids and undigested
food?remember as soon as
Pape's Dlafl)epsln comes In contact
with the stomach it helps to neutralize
the excessive acidity, then all
the stomach diBtresB caused by. It
disappears. Its promptness, certainty
and ease in overcoming such stomach
disorders Is a revelation to those
who try it
rTTTT
1UJC
WORKING OUT T1
I THAT REMINDS I *2
MB OP AM " <*?* t
OOP PlAV "THAT rrfjffjMj
CAR ANSON MAP* nllHW
BACk IN ElfiHTN /
HIGH IIIG COSTS
CURTAILS BUYING
Industries Still Affected by
Traffic Congestion, Says
Dun's Review.
NEW YORK, Feb. 24?Dun's Review
for this week says:
Partial relief from the traffic congestion
has bettered the position of
business, through progress In many
directions continue hindered by the
delays in transportations. Inability
to promptly secure urgently needed
supplies of raw materials still affects
most industries adversely and not a
little machinery is Idle, while distribution
of the necessities Is Impeded end
the strength- of prices Intensified. Obstacles
in oversees shipping also restrict
eporxt movements and the doubt
about foreign affairs make for general
caution In entering upon engagements
for the future. Unlike the recent experience,
demands are mainly confined
to Immediate requirements, and
speculative tendencies are discouraged;
yet federal contracts accentuate
the pressure on producing forces and
consumption of staple products Is sustained
In large volume, notwithstanding
the high prices. Many commodities,
lnsplte of the rapidity and extent
of the previous upturn, have rlBen further
to an unprecedented level. The
extreme living costs cause increasing
complaint land curtailment of purchasing
is more aparent, but the buying
power holds up remarkably well under
the conditions and It is noteworthy
that savings deposits are steadily accumulating.
Weekly bank clearings, $3,974,658,119.
VICTORY FOR UNIVERSITY.
NEW CONCORD. O., Feb. 24?West
Virginia University bested Muskingum
College at basketball here tonight, win
mng jo 10 20. rausKingum put up a real
tight on her home floor and made the
game fast and interesting throughout.
TAXI
Strictly High-Grade Closed
CABS
bo35 or ?3?rBagflagc Delivery cone. ?6
SPECIAL NOTICES ^
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATE OP WEST VIRGINIA.
At the February, 1917 Rules, held in
the Clerk'B office of the Circuit Court,
in and for the county of Uarlon, and
state aforesaid, February 7, 1917, the
following order waB entered: Maggie
Morgan, Plaintiff, vs. Robert B. Fleming
and others, Defendants. ? Chancery.
Object of 8ult
The object of the above entitled suit
is to partition among the heirs of
Thomas A. Fleming the real estate of
which he died seised, ascertain the
liens, it any, existing against the same,
and to settle the estate of the said
Thomas A. Fleming.
An affidavit having been made ana
tiled that the said Robert B. Fleming,
one of the defendants in the above
styled cause, is a non-resident of the
state of West Virginia, it is ordered
that the said Robert B. Fleming do
appear within one month from the first
publication of this order, in the clerk's
office of our said Circuit Court, at
i Rules to be holden therefor, hnd do
wnat u necessary to protect his Interests.
It 1b ordered that a copy ot this order
be published and posted as required
by law.
Qiven under my hand this 8th day ot
February, 1917.
W. 8. BLACK, Clerk.
SHOWALTER & FRAME,
Counsel tor Plaintiff.
This order Is published tor the tirsi
time February 10, 1917, and to be published
once each week for four sue1
cesslre weeks.
i W. B. BLACK, Clerk.
IE WEST VIRGINIAN'S GREAT BASE
a ReAD ir That's allrkshy
KA/M,?o?6e but JLJ5TPM To
HiiHiimanmiiHumi
!u.,He'D HAVRTo 7 hSAFE
AT FIRST hEfSV
DLDNV HE,pgFoRr[7fiwJ
; pJ/
Billy Evans' Great
BY BILL'
(World's Grei
In a game between De
* Cobb is at bat.
Can Cobb reach first ba
caught, then score a run, i
advance to the plate he is
succeeding bases, no assis
any other batsmen or rum
If so, tell how.
The solution must tell h
a foul fly that is caught ai
the bases.
liVERSITV FIVE TO
BE HEREJOttlGHT
Arrangements Made for
Taking Care of Season's
Largest Crowd.
West Virginia University's basket
ball team makes its first appearance
of the season in Fairmont, tonight on
the Normal floor when the Varsity
players meet Fairmont Normal. Muskingum
last night held the University
to a 36 to 25 score and 0n the face
of that the Normal boys are planning
*.o make a good showing.
l'lar.a are being made for caring for
the biggest crowd of the season, since
it is always assured that with the appearance
of the University there will
be a large percentage of the fans of
the city on hand. The game starts at
8: If.
Quyandotte Club Coffee simply?
truthfully stated?the best at a nrypci
truthfully stated?the best at any
prlee.?Advt.
SPECIAL NOTICES
ORDER OF PUBLICATION. .
State of West Virginia:
At the February, 1917, Rules, held
In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit
Court in and for the County of Marion,
and state aforesaid, February 7, 1917,
the following order was entered: Joseph
W. Boord, Plaintiff vs. Charles G.
Brown, defendant.?Chancery.
Object of Suit.
The object of the above entitled
cause is to enforce the payment of a
vendor's lien retained in certain deed
dated March 17th, 1914, made by Joseph
W. Boord and wife, to the said
Charles G.. Brown, which said deed
conveyed certain property located in
the J. F. Watson addition No. 1 to West
Fairmont, formerly the Fifth Ward of
the City of Fairmont, and now the
Eighth Ward of said City in Marion
County, West Virginia, said property
being fully described in Plaintiff's Bill
and exhibits filed in this cause, and
to obtain a decree for the sale of said
real estate to pay off and discharge
the unpaid purchase money notes set
out in said deed, said notes amounting
to the sum of Twenty One Hundred
Dollars ($2100.00), with interest, from
the 17th day of March, 1914, at six
per cent (6 per cent) per annum, payaable
anually; and for general relief.
An affidavit having been made and
filed that the said Charles G. Brown,
the defendant in the above styled suit,
? w MVU U>- mu WWVIO UL VV COl
Virginia, It is ordered that the said
Charles O. Brown do appear within
one month from the first publication
' of thia order, In the Clerk's Oflloe of
our said Circuit Court at Rules to be
holden therefor, and do what la necessary
to protect his Interests.
It Is ordered that copy of this order
be published and posted as required
by law.
Given under my hand this 8th day
of February, 1917.
W. S. BLACK, Clerk.
J. A. MEREDITH,
ROLLO J. CONLEY.
Counsel for Plaintiff.
This order Is published for the first
time February 10th, 1917, and to be
published once each week for four successive
weeks.
W. S. BLACK, Clerk.
E.
iALL PROBLBJC
SMiiim iTju^n
AMUSES MC !
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' Baseball Problem *
Y EVAN8.
ste?t Umpire.) \
troit anrl Washincrfnn. Tv
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se on a foul fly that is
although in his attempts to 1
apparently retired at three t
tance being rendered by \
ler? i
I
ow he reaches first base on i
id describe his trip around *
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FAHMSTORENT s
FOR RENT?Farm three miles from <
Fairmont. For particulars come to r
Pine Grove on Mannlngton car or ad- t
dress G. W. Everhart, Rt. 1, Fairmont, i
2-16-6t No. 1921.
^^ FORSALE . 1
COAL IS KING?300 acres of Free- ]
1 port coal 2 miles from B. & 0. R. ? I
< Can be drift mined. 6 feet thick. Must 1
I be sold for caBh. First come first
served. Addres P. 0. Box 355, Buck- t
hannon, W. Va. 2-21-6t No. 1936 i
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HO USE SFO K. KENT ^ .
FOB. RENT 9-room bouse, Ogden 1
avenue. Inquire F. M. Murp'uy.
Phono 733-Y CopboI. 1-25-tf No 1841 '<
FOR RENT?Seven room house, suit- J
! able for two families. Near Owens plant.
Pell 808-W. 2-21-6t No. 1935 (
] FOR RENT?Six-room house with wa- j
ter. furnished on Spruce street. Ad- c
dress D. A. Ritchie, Court House. ,
2-23-2t No 1944 j
SPECIAI^NOTIOES ^ [
ORDER OF PUBLICATION J
STATE OF" WEST VIRGINIA: e
At the February, 1917, Rules, held t
lu the Clerk's office of the Intermedl- ?
ale Court, in and tor the County of i
Marlon,, and State aforesaid, Febru- (
sry 7, 1917, the following order was untered:?Robert
W. Bates, Plaintiff 4
vs. Mary E. Bates, Defendant. Chan
uuiy. 1
Summons t
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA: c
To the Sheriff of Marlon county, c
Greeting: i
You are hereby commanded to sum- J
mon Mary E. Bates to appear before
the Intermediate Court of Marlon coun- t
ty, at rules to be held In the Clerk's .
office of said Court on the first Mon- day
In February, 1917, to answer a
bill in chancery exhibited against her
in said Court by Robert W. Bates.
And have then there tbiB writ.
Witness W. S. Black, Clerk of said
Court, at Court House in said county,
the 24th day of January, 1917, and
64th year of the state.
W. S. BLACK, Clerk.
The return endorsed on the back
of the foregoing summons is in words
and figures following^ to-wit:?
The within named Mary E. Bates is
not found in my bailiwick, January
25, 1917.
CLARENCE CURRY,
Deputy for A. M. GLOVER, Sheriff
of Marion County, WeBt Virginia.
Object of Suit
The object of the above styled suit
is to obtain on behalf of the plaintiff,
a decree granting to him a divorce
from bed and board, and also an absolute
divorce, from the said defendant,
upon grounds alleged in plainttiffs
bill of cbmplaint filed in said
suit.
An affidavit having been made and fll- cd
that the said Mary E. Bates, the "
defendant In the above styled suit, is
a nonsresident of the State of West
Virginia, it is ordered that the said
Mary E. Bates do appear within one
month from the first publication of this
order, in the Clerk's office of our said
Intermediate Court, at Rules to be
holden therefor, and do what is necessary
to protect her interests.
It is ordered that'a copy of this
order be published and posted as re- .
quired by law.
Given under my hand this 8th day of
February, 1917. W. S. BLACK,
Clerk.
Harry Shaw,
Counsel for Plaintiff.
This order is published for the first
time February 10th, 1917, and to bo
published once a week for four successive
weeks. W. S. BLACK,
Clerk.
CLASSIFIED AI
ONS CBNT A WORO
1
HELP WAKTBQ?FBMALE B
VANTED?Girl at Dairy Lunch, tit M .
Jefterson street. 2-19-tf No 1981 ^
WANTED?Olrl (or second cook (or 191
week or ten days. Bee Hits Chap- ant
el at Normal Dormitory. Ha
1-30-tf No. 1856
HTjJiP WANTED?MALI F?
VANTED CHECK PROTECTOR? "5
Salesmen for West Virginia, large
roflts. Experience unnecessary. _
/111 pay big money for bustlers. Ohio qti
'alley Sales Co., Steubenrllle, Ohio. i
B-24-lt No 1950 Dg,
/ANTED ? Experienced male sten- 0f
ograpber; good salary. Address P. ssi
1. B. 650 Fairmont, W. Vs. Ok
2-21-4t No. 1039 .=
VANTED?Young men between the
ages of 17 and 20 to sell Hour, good ?rages
to workers. Call at Room 37, TH
toueh House. 2-23-tf No 1945 c
IALESMEN ? Do you want to sell to
something that everybody needs 7 Psi
Something that everybody Is familiar Tn
rlthT Something that everybody Vs.
rears T Then write to the Flnebrand ?
Lalncoat Company, Hippodrome Bldg., MC
lleveland, O., and receive full partlcu- I
its. We pay commissions In advance. Cai
2-24-6t No. 1963 me
req
VANTED?District manager to repre- dre
sent one of the best old line comantes
writing life, accident and health _
isurance. Splendid opening for right ?
arty. No experience necessary. .* "
Vrlte U. S. Q. Anderson, General I E
Lgent, Huntington. W. Va. I a
2-34-3t No. 1962 LWANTED
VANTED ? Stenographer and bookkeeper.
Apply by letter only. State
xperlencc If any, also salary required,
tddress Bank, P. O. Box 423.
2-16-tt No. 1924 fl
v a wtbn *- j- 1? -l - j '
?UIR VU UU UJ LUU Utt;. I
Call Bell phone 491-W. _
2-22-3t No. 1943 ?.
FARMS FOR S ALE .
"ARM FOR SALE?On the beautiful I
blue Muskingum river three-fourths
nlle from Beverly In Washington Co.
rnis 1s 20 acres?20 A, river bottom;
A., plain land suitable for gardening;
'a A., hill land, all good land, new
nacadem road from Beverly to farm;
0-room two-story frame house with
tall and cellar; barn 30x40 with base- og
nent and horse stable; two com cribs; u
vehicle shed; chicken house 10x20 5
eet; coal house and hog pen; well J
ind cistern at house and cistern barn :
ind plenty of springs on hill land; '
ISO apple trees and other fruit. Bev- J
irly Is a clean town of 1200 Inhabitants i
>n a railroad, Interurban road and gg
lavlgable river, with five schools and ?
our churches and good markets. Call
ir write Cha A. Owen, Beverly. Ohio.
2-23-6t No. 1947
"OIISALE?Farms In Ohio county,
near Wheeling. Milton Hedges,
Vest Liberty, W. Va., Bell phone 7106,
ing 12. 2-8-26t No. 1886
fARMS?I have a few farms In Porlage
county, Ohio, both large and
imall. A pamphlet of description ana
trices will be mailed upon application. 15"
rVrlte Van T. Bean, Ravenna, O.
2-13-26t No. 1904 8
dONTANA 460-acre homesteads. New 8
towns, business opportunities. Bend ?
15c for maps and Information. Ad- ?
tress U. S. Commissioner, Outlook, 8
dont. 2-14-26t No 1911 fea
'PVTD At rtUTA rta n*?o ? ? - ??
U111U fAXiiUO. IxUCUlBQ Hll
over Harden, Logan, Marlon and CSS
Jnion. Send tor big list, stating size ?
it farm wanted. R. P. Wood, Kldge- ?
nay, O. 2-19-26t No 1929 S
^OR SALE?40 acres of very tine land ?
with dandy Improvements, 2V4 mlies ?
rom Jefferson, 16 head of live sto-'.c g
;oes with the farm and lots of feed. ?
11,000 down and balance easy pay- C83
nents buys this farm. One of the nlc- ?
ist places between Jefferson and Ashabula.
See me If you want to rent a
;ood farm. S. W. Moon, office at resdence,
phone 180 Jefferson, O. Price
or all 85,000. ' 2-21-3t No. 1937
,16 ACRES FOR SALE?Good stock, u
grain and tobacco farm. Blue grass '
and; running water; 100 acres tlmler;
3V4 miles to good market 7-roonr
[welling, 2 barns, no hog cholera. AdIress
owner, E. S. Breckenbrldge, Sea- AC
AV,I? n OA fA. XT? <ftn Mi//.
uui, umui A-uai nu, mi
JEW CATALOG Vermont (arms now
ready. N. J. Potwtn, South Royalon,
Vt. 2-24-26t No. 1851
HOW TO ANSWER
WANT ADS
In answering blind ada In |
The West Virginian classified
columns, please be careful to
ass the precise address given In >
the adv. Write the address
plainly. Letters brought to The
West Virginian office do not re- |N
gulre stamps. Always inclose 3
your answers In sealed enve- X
lopes. Advertisers or others In- ^
Quiring about a classified ad.
must designate the ad. number ^
at the and ot the ad., as we have M
no other means ot referring II
to It
Telephones
Bell 1105 Con. 250. F
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CASH WITH ORDER, 11
USIMESS OPPORTUNITIES
PUB GROVB STOCK FARM
am worths. At auction fab. It,
7. 35 sows and gilts bred foe March
Anrll (arnm- S?nrt tnr
Tjr Fouta, a. 2, West ltuton. O. "
?-17-6t No. mt
R SALE?Connection try (tore, Batsr-Klst
Pop Corn aMjifo JMondld
itlon. Terms reasonable. Bay W.
>ns, P. O Box No. $2. Manning.
W. Va. 2-22-dt No l?i?
AHANTEED BANK DEPOSITS?
frlte today for tree booklet?tanks,
joeltors Guaranty Fund ot the State
Oklahoma absolutely protects your
ings. Farmers State Bank, Ada,
la. 2-28-lt No 1219
MONEY TO LOAN
K BUCKEYE SAVING AND LOAN
ompany ot Be|lelro, 0. us money
loan on dp^lrabje real esute. fee
il 0. Armstrong, Attorney, dl-42
st Bldg., 7th Floor, Fairmont, W.
NEY?To loan in stuns ot to
60 to anyone h-rlng stead/ work,
i b* paid In amall monthly paynta.
No reterenoe or eaqoMMMmts
ulred. Strlc... confidential. Adas
Box 696, Clarksburg, W. Ve.
6-SO-tt
Professional Cards |
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IRA L. SMITH
COUNSHLLOR-AT-LAW
'fflee Trust Bldg. Fairmont, W. V*.
jnjkA. B. SCOTT.
Optometrist and
HaD Optician.
It years practical
xperleuce. Olaasai furnished la
no hour. With
A. B. Scott & Company.
JEWELERS.
MRS. W. A. TUCKER [
CORSETIERE
Representing Nnbone Corsets. I
Bell 487 J 328 Monroe SL I
DR. A. B. SMITH,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND EYE SPECIALIST.
Glauses ot all Kinds correctly
fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Hall Block over Martin's Drug
Stdro.
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W. R. DOUGAN
Bell Phone 61.
Nusum BMg. Jefferson 8t g
Fairmoni PreMiig C?J
L. E. BROWN, Prop.
Goods called tor end delivered 9
All our work guaranteed.
Consol. 664 W Bell 1080 R |
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Wa like to hear a visitor I
say that, because It shows I
he is interested Id oar bank I
and everyone has a perfect I
right to look things over be- I
(ore deciding on a banking J
Come In and visit us?you ?
will feel at home here wheth- |
er you come to Inspect oar
bank or to open an account*
This strong friendly bank 11
of service offers you every"
assurance of safety.
^You^mlght open an account |
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