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[ FINANCE, O
| Pittsbnrgh
PITTSBURGH, March 7.?On the
Pittsburgh Stock Exchange, with the
exception of Pittsburgh Plate Glass
which advanced 32 to 133, the price
movement was narrow, small fraction:
covering net changes at the close ol
the day. Pure Oil continued In good
demand and advanced from 23% tc
2i%, closing at the top Ohio Fuel
Supply was % higher at 52%. but Ohlc
Fuel Oil declined from 20Vi to 20.
Columbia Gas, Manufacturers' Light
and Heat and the Fire Profflng issue:
closed fractionally higher. There wa:
not much doing In the tVestlnghouae
shares, but the market was flrmei
and slightly higher. Air Brake sold
mi na ana trecrnc nt ou"?. L.a eei?
Iron advanced from So 4 to 86. There
was no trading In American Window
Glass stocks. Independent Brewlns
Issues advanced fractionally on very
light transactions.
Summary
. Sales High Low
7300 Cable Consol ... .00 .01
400 Col Gas & Elec.. 43?i 434
100 Diana Mines ... .5? .51
80 Fireproof ?T? 63J
060 Do preferred .. 16 4 lsy
05 Ind Brelng >4 3Vi
85 Do preferred .. 154 loin
228 La Belle Iron ... 86 S5'.;
165 Mfrs L & H .... 6i)j, 654
4800 Mt Shasta 76 .71
292 Ohio Fuel Oil ... 204 20
256 Ohio Fuel Sup .. 524 52
25 Pbg Brew 34 34
750 Pbg Consol 0!) .01
4900 P-J Copper S3 .7!
90 Pbg Plato Glass. 133 1324
2960 Pure Oil 244 234
500 Ross M & M 211 .21
000 San Toy J7 .11
45 U S Steel Ill 110
50 West Airbrake.. 1494 1494
120 West Electric .. 504 504
10 W Penn Rys pfd 7744 774
50 W P T & W P... 2 23
24030
| New York
NEW YORK. March 7.?The upward
movement of stock market prices,
which began with the expiration ol
Congress, continued yesterday on c
broader and more impressive scale
Technical conditions, especially the
drastic liquidation of recent month!
and an attenuated bear position, con
ducted measurably to the further im
provement, In which rails almost alone
failed to share.
More substantial gains were mad<
by shippings, funltlons and a wide
variety of equipments, as well as spe
eialties which must inevitably benefil
by prevailing conditions at home am
abroad. Coppers made further up
ward progress on reports that order!
for the metal have been placed inti
the final quarter of the year.
Grain and Prodnoe.
CHICAGO, March 7. ? Announce
menta that exports have been mucl
larger man was gunurauy suppose!
had a good deal lo do yesterday wltt
substantia] upturns which took plait
In the wheat market. Closing quota
tlons were firm and %c to 2%c ne
higher, with May at $1.90% @1.90%
end July at [email protected]%. Other com
modules, too, scored gains?corn, 1H<
to 2c, oate, %c to %c. and provision!
[email protected] to 12c.
Articles Open Clost
WheatsMay
$1.88% $1.90?i
July 1.58% 1.59
CornMay
l.Ufi% 1.08-1;
July 1 065s 1-07*;
Oate?
May s*,,?.,,,,, .591* .60
July 57% .57?]
Oil and Gas.
With a depth ot snow not eualed thli
-wuusr. m? BiarunK or new wora 11
tie Eastern fields has been brougb
tt> a standstill. The roads are in man;
pieces blocked with deep drifts ani
Iseimliiin refuse to try to haul fate
rid to the fields.
Idghl wells ere the result of the lati
completions In all fields. One-hal
mile north of Big Isaac, on Meathousi
Tort Greenbrier district, Doddrldg
county, 17. Va_. the South Penn 01
rwnpeny drilled No. 8 on the W. 0
Sommervflle farm Into the Gordot
stray and ft Is showing for a fire
barrel pamper. On Dents run. Mas
stngtoc district, Marlon county, thi
anchor Oil company has drilled No. I
on the Peter Mets farm Into the Thirty
foot sand. The hole has tilled up 1,
"TM1 A4ENCV OP SEWVICt"
ACCIDENT^^^^IEALTH
IDE MERE FACT THAT
scott's Emulsion
is generously used in
tuberculosis camps is
proof positive that it is
the most energizing preparation
in the world. It
' has power to create power.
It warms and nourishes;
it enriches the blood,
stops loss of flesh ana
builds you up.
SCOTT? IS PURE AND IHCfi
AND FREE FROM ALCOHOL
naaswfM.BkMBMd.ir.7. M*
EDISON, FORGETTING TO
WORKS ALL NIG]
? ? mm*
;..f $&& /
:
THE
IL AND GAS
I stream the Carnegie Natural Gas company
has a Gordon i-atiil gaaser at ita
. teat on the J. E. Michael (arts.
On Warriors Fork. Mannington dietriet,
Thompson & Law are rebuilding
; the rig burned down when the well
' was drilled into the sanil and flowed.
', 11 is estimated to be good for 50 or
60 barrels. The rig for No. 5 on the
1 tame farm is building and tbo location
: made for No. 6. On Buffalo Run. the
' Duval Oil company has started to drill
, a test on the James Kendall heirs'
1 farm.
' On Devil Hole Run. Grant district,
Ritchie county, the C. L. Brown Oil
company has put No. 14 on the Ruth
erford heirs' farm to pumping from
the Bait sand. It is a five-barrel pro
. ducer from that level. On the north
, fork of Hughes river Grant district
t the Carnegie Natural Gas company
' has drilled a test on the John Burns
; farm through the Squaw sand, tt la
, a gasser In that formation. On Lynn
1 Camp Run In the satno district the
Philadelphia company has a Big In
Jun sand gasser at No. on the A. J.
r Taylor farm. On Third run, Union
[ district, the Hope Natural Gas com
pany drilled a test on the C. A. Moats
: farm through all sands and found
nothing but a fair gas pressure In the
'' Squaw sand. It has been filled up tc
i and will be shot in that formation.
i On Rock Camp run. Union district,
1 Wood county. Ceorce Rasel &. Co. have
: 'completed No. 12 on the A. M Robin
' : son farm. It Is a four-barrel pumpet
i in the second Cow Run sand. On the
I river front in the Union district. Pleas
! ants county. L. C. White & Co.'s test
i|on the W I. Dyers far mis good foi
I 25 barrels a day in the Big Injun 3and
I On Elk river. Big Sandy district
' | Kanawha county, the South Penn Oil
j company completed and shot in the
! Weir sand a second test on the Phoebe
Young farm. It shows for a seven
barrel pumper. On Dents Run. Man
! ntngton district. Marlon county, the
1 same company has drilled No. 5 on
' the M. M. Kendall farm through the
Big Injun sand. It Is producing IC
barrels a day.
There is some new work starting
in a number of districts. On Bonds
I Creek, Clay district. Ritchie county
the Pittsburgh and West Virginia Gas
| company la building a rig for a test
on the Dennis McCullough farm. Or
I Bear Run. Union district, the Philadel
phla/coinpany has a rig up for a test
[ on the W. F. Smith farm. On Big Run,
t McEIroy district. Tyler county, the
American OH Development company
j has mado a location for a test on the
, Marion Spencer farm.
On Laurel Fork. Washington dis
. trict. Lincoln county, the Eagler Oil
, company has the rig completed for a
test on the W. H. Porter farm. Or
Dry Branch. Duval district, the Way
s land Oil and Gas company has shui
! down at a test on the W. C. Wicker
" son farm. On Pinch Creek, Elk district
Kanawha county, the Empiro Pelro
leum company has a rig completed
" for a test on the Kersey Gatchel
* farm. The same company has the ma
' terial on the ground at No. 1 and if
rigging up at No. 2 on the C. \V. Cav
endcr farm.
industrial"
i fairmont
;''
A survey of the Baiter mine of th<
' Mouongahela Valley Traction companj
[ with the idea of replacing the preset)
- syatern of compressed air liaulago lo
i comotives with storage batten inotori
is being inado by the engineers of tin
i company. Electric locomotives wen
considered for the mine somo timi
i ago hut at that time the idea wai
given over.
< One of the tank mrs which will bi
i used by the Monongahcla Valley Trac
tlon company for the transportatioi
of its gasoline from the Dunkard Mil
i ran plant to the markets is on Its wa;
and will arrive In a few days. Tin
other car will be started on its wa;
the hast of this week.
The tools being used in the drill
ing of the well on the property o
the Fairmont Window Glass Compan;
were lost the first of the week jus
after the bits were in the Big Injut
sand. Fishing is being done and i
is hoppd to have the well complotet
soon.
Saves
Royal Baking Powder
duce appetizing and w
cornbrend. etc.. with flw
required
In many recipes the nt
duced and excellent re
an additional quantity <
about a teaspoon, for
following tested recipe
e*0M<
i m mo
I ml
I luiprnt bril litlai rnrto
lui liu
ItMltwes Mil
?up ??td witsr
I tMWMfi ItVtfbg
Tba ?14 method
and bo be!
R<T
BAKING
made from Cream of Ti
and adds none bat heal
No Alum
I
i B-tti t . njm
I c P?W ILIQ?TRA-n~a, c. m ^
Thomas A. Edison at work in hi
J East Orange, N. J., on new war teri
By J. H. DUCKWORTH
NEW YORK, March 7.?Thomas A. I
; Edison Is off on another "Insomnia \
' spree." He Is working so hard nowa'
days In his little old shack at East
1 Orange, thinking up things that might
be useful to Uncle Sam for war pur1
poses, that he has neither time to eat
nor sleep.
These orgies of mental labor are In'
termlttent with Edison. The present
' one is the worst the Inventor ever
has had.
1 A pacifist at heart, he has spent
all his life fashioning things for the
! betterment of mankind. But now that
bis country Is threatened, he Is in a
' fighting mood. He is going to fight
' for his country with his brains.
Edison's friends are sure that when
he climbs again on the reason-wagon
' he will reveal some new and revolu
tlonary weapon of offense that wilt
' flabbergaster even the inventive Teuton.
1 It Is Impossible to Interview Edison*
' these times. Because he Is chairman
' of the United States naval consulting
' board, his lips have been sealed by the
government. A written request for an
interview sent Into his laboratory
brought forth the scribbled response:
"Too busy. Feeling fine and working
hard."
"You can't see father these days."
said Charles Edison, his son. "He Is
on a rampage of work, and mustn't be
i r
DEATH DECLARED ACCIDENT.
' WHEELING. W. Va? March 7.?
Coroner R. G. Holibs has rendered a
verdict declaring accidental death ot|
-|t.naries uognar. aged 36, who was:
i crushed beneath a weight carried Ijy,
s it crane in the plant of the Whcllng i
> Mold and Foundry Compauy yestorj
day.
ODD, ISN'T IT?
fVlfc claims husband is tied to
3 mother's apron strings. Judge lnves'
tigates. Husband in Philadelphia,
, mother in Honolulu. Apron strings
: must be 5.000 miles long. Case dls,
missed.
FOR THROAT AND LUNGS , i
SltnnOKN C0LCH8 and coins
j Eckman's
j Alterative
1 ?OIJD Cr AJ.L LEADING DBCGr."?
1
i Eggs
mokes it possible to pro*
11010000)8 cakes, muffins,
ver eggs than art usually
imber of eggs may be re*
tults obtained by adding
jf Royal Baking Powder,
each egg omitted. The
is a practical illustration:
snoAn
VftS7SP?F^
K v!?l .do*!1!
{{? *?"? ?!rt*o".w? h
i called for a eggs
Wag powder
fAL |
POWDER
Mar, derived from grapee,
thfaj qoaUtiee to the food.
No Phosphate
DNT, WEDNESDAY EVEN
i EAT OR SLEEP
HT ON U. S. WAR PLANS!
- "*
v j^^P :-'j
a laboratory which Is in a shack at
oba for the United States government.
disturbed. He works all day and most
of the night, after his assistants have
gone home to bed."
"How long will this last?"
Edison regards himself simply as
"one of the boys" at the big plant at
East Orange. When he turns up in
the morning with his chemical-stained
khaki jumper and his duster on. and
his battered brown soft hat resting on
his ears, he punches the time clock
llko the rest of the gang.
Today ho got on the Job at 9:21. Last
night, the time sheets showed, be quit
work at 7:51. Yesterday was a "short
day." I was told.
It is understood Edison is now spending
most of his time on naval warfare
work for Secretary Daniels. While
he often visits the scattered laboratories,
hla really Intensive thinking
Is done in a rather rpnshackle hut in
the park some way from the main
building.
In this cell-like* seclusion, nufflne
steadily at an evil-smelling corn cob,
and surrounded by a Jumble of beakers.
retorts, test tubes and lathes.
Edison is confidently believed to be
evolving something that will make up
for the unpreparedness from which
this country Is now suffering.
If he does, he will not get all the
credit himself, for he confessed at his
recent birthday dinner that he could
not have kept up the pace for so many
years hail it not hecn for the watchful
caro'of Mrs. Edison.
TRY A WANT AD
GREAT EUROPEAN R
CLOGGED NOSTR
DEAFNESS, I
Few people realize what a Serious
disease Catarrh really is. if neglected
the damage it does is often irreparable.
Deafness. Lung troubles and
Head Noises that drive the sufferer
nearly frantic are invariably due to
the insidious disease.? Don't neglect
Catarrh! Don't let it make you into
a worn-out. run-down Catarrhal wreck.
What is Catarrh today may soon be
something tar more serious. Kemem1
r it is more thnn a Irilllng ailment
?more than a disgusting disease. U'a
a dangerous one. t'ncheckvd it frequently
destroys smell, taste and houriug
and slowly but surely undermines
the general health.
It you have Catarrh in any form go
to your druggist and get an ounce of
Parmlut (double strength), about 75c
worth. Take this home and add to it
U pint of hot water and 4 ounces ordinary
granulated sugar. Take a tablespoonful
four times a day. Parmint
is the great European recipe for Ca
K That is a moat important atat
' When considered in connection
and medicine, ita meaning ia enlar
doualy. Mineral medicines always
ravages in tho system. 9
f Yonr Mood requires a pure!;
tnedicina when it ia up act. That ia
has dona so much to build health
past fifty rears. It ia purely ?i
not only drives poisons ont of th
builds up the system at the aame
Catarrh, Eczema, Rheumatism, N
Eruptions are evidences of diaori
5. S. S. does the greatest good I
disorders. Its success has caused i
tales to appear. Don't take anyti
genuine. Write for booklet en an
ease, and for Medical Advice. Ne
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., D
ATLANTA, GA.
J&SSJheNaiio
'
IftG, MARCH 7, 1917
WANTED
WANTED?Work to do by the dev.
Cell Bell phone 491-W.
3-6-St No. 1994
WANTED?A Small safe. Address P.
A Saccl. Bos 100, City.
,3-2t No 1971
SPECIAL NOTICES "
TRUSTEE'S 8ALE.
Pursuant to an order entered In the
matter of C. E. Getting*, bankrupt, on
the 26th day ot February, 1917, the
undersigned Trustee will, on the lEth
day of March, 1917, at eleven o'clock
a. m? at the store room formerly occupied
by aald bankrupt In the Manley
building, on Meredith street. In the
city of Fairmont, offer for sale to the
highest bidder the following personal
property, towlt:
All the stock ot merchandise consisting
of electrical fixtures, tools sod supplies,
store fixtures and other arti!
cles.
I Terms of sale: Cash
SAMUEL H. BUTCHER,
i Mch 5, 7. 9. 12.14. Trustee.
PUBLIC SALE ~
On Thursday. March 8, 1917, at 10
- a. nr. 1 will sell 30 head of cattle. 25
I head of which at e registered Jerseys,
and Ave other high grade cattle.
Twenty of these cattle will be fresh
; on the day of sale. Two brood sows,
one mare. 10 years old, weight, 1,200
' lbs.; one driving mare, 6 years old.
, 900 lbs.; one black colt,-4 years old;
I two colts, 1 year old; one road wagon,
| one milk wagon, one rubber tire
; runabout, farming tools, household
i furniture and other articles too numerous
to mention.
The stock will not be sold until in
I !>? eflamnnn ?-?n ilotr r\t sale
Uio miviuvwu vu Wk wv.
C. N. REAT.
rffington. W. Va.
TERMS ? On all sums of 35 or
more, credit of els months without
interest.
YOUNG MAN:
We've Got a JOB for You!
?a regular one?in our own
big, modern Steel Specialties
Shops?where you'll quickly
learn the profitable sheet
metal working trade?live
in a good live city?and
make money from the sfart.
Here's OPPORTUNITY!
Will you take it?or will you
keep on marking time, learning
nothing and getting nowhere?
Come, work for us! ?we
want you?NOW! No experience
necessary ? just
grit, ambition.
itaii'VO
I MllbV WO IX JUll it iJIVtllested?
AT ONCE. We can
'also use EXPERIENCED
i MEN and LABORERS of
: all kinds. Address
THE GENERAL
FIREPROOFING
COMPANY
Youngstown, Ohio.
ECIPE FOR CATARRH,
ILS, CATARRHAL
IE AD NOISES
i tarrh that is now being so extensively
sold Here in America where it is giv;
ing satisfaction even under our own
trvlnir condition*.
Catarrh being a disease ot the blood,
i the only possible way to cure It is by
treating the blood Itself. Drive the
Catarrhal poisons from the system by
treating the blood and the disease itself
must vanish. Pannint has proved
successful in so many cases because
it acts directly upon the blood,' and
mucous membrane.
To be able to breathe freely, to hear
plainly, smell, tasto and arise in the
morning refreshed and strong and with
head and throat free from phlegm are
conditions that make life worth living.
For your own sake give Parmlnt
a tidal?and with your whole system
crying for relief?why not 6tart the
treatment now? Parmtnt is sold and
recommended by all first class druggists.
Holt Drug Co. can supply you.
ement, and. :'i|
with health wj B|?l|?l|?l
fad tremen- JW
> leave their H
T vegetable I !*?53?*
why 3.S.S. JS uaeeaia, 1
i during the 3 . .
rails, si I y?r<
lelaria, SUh 3 naweMi'
lerad blood. |g| ?
'or aH blood f? T-?-T
snsfa 1 "sac*
y blood dli* W] MM
i charge. [*>4j I **
fept 10* (H LRHm
1
CLASSIFIED A
ONE CENT A WORD
HOUSES FOR RENT
FOR RENT 9-room house. Ogden
avenue. Inquire F. M. Murphy.
Phone 733-Y Coneol. 1-25-tf No 1841 i
FOR RENT?Three room cottage. Apply
804 Locuit Ave. Coneol. phone
563-W. 8-3-2t No. 1961
FOR RENT?Seven room house eult- ;
able for two families. Near Owens
plant. Bell 808-W. 8-3-Ut No. 1987
FOR RENT*?Cottage on Merchant ! :
street, $12 per month; cottage near!
Merchant street, $8 per month. D. A.
Ritchie, Court House. 3|6-lt No 1990 .
FOR RENT?Five-room cottage, $12
per month. Apply 1007 Locust avenue.
3]5-St No 1989
POE SALE .
?-?? *?--?
FOR SALE?At bargain, choice build- .
lng lot corner of Coleman Are. and :
Oak wood Drive. Apply J. C. Miller.
S21 BelL 3-6-4t No. 1997
FAEMS FOE SALE
FARM FOR'SALE?On the beautiful
blue Muskingum river, three-fourths
mile from Beverly, In Washington Co.,
O. This Is 120 acre??20 A, river hot- j
torn; 21 A., plain land suitable for gar-,
denlng; 79 A., hill land, all good land, .
new macadam road from Beverly to
farm; 10-room two-story frame house
with ball and cellar; barn 30x40 with
basement and horse stable; two corn i
cribs; vehicle shed; chicken house lOx ;
120 feet; coal house and hog pen; welli i
and cistern at houso and cistern at
bam and plenty of springs on hill land;
280 apple trees and other fruit.
Beverly is a clean town of 120 Olnbab
I uanu on a rauroao, interuroan road1
and navagable river, wltli line schools'
and (our churches and good markets.!
Call or write Chas. A. Owen, Beverly, I
Ohio. 2-26-tit No. 11)471
LANDSEEKERS j
Splendid opportunity lor (arm renters
- and wage earners to get (arm'
homes. Small or large tracts suitable
lor general (arming, stock, dairying,
poultry, vegetables, (ruit. Located In
Michigan's best counties, near towns,
schools, good markets. Prices $15 to
$26 an acre, $5 to $100 down, balance
small monthly or yearly payments.
Write (or literature and full Information
(ree. 1 want to tell you nil about
this country. Owner George W. Swigart.
H 1246 First Nat. Bank Bldg.. Chicago,
111. a 5-12t No 1992
FARM FOR SALE?The Glvlu (arm
ot ISO acres, eight miloa west o( ;
Cadiz on tho Cadiz and Lacoyvllle
pike. Inquire of Webb Glvin, Sclo, 0., |
or S. C. Forsythe, Freeport.
2-26-6t No. 195S. i
j FINE 300 aero Ohio grain and dairy :
tarm. Very level. 2 houses, 5
I barns and small buildings. 1 mile to
village and creamery, 1 mile to line High
school. $4,000 down, balance !
ss long as desired at SJfc per cent. |
Wrile Franklin Peebles. sio North I'
High Street, Columbus, Ohio.
3-26-61 No. 1066. E. O. D. |
FOR SALE?T407"807 123,"60, 100. 127
aud 100 acre (arms, all well im- I
proved. Address J. 1). Watson, Bos '
244. New Concord, O. 3-6-Ct No. 1033
FORSALE?Farms in Ohio county.
near Wheeling. Milton Hedges,
West Liberty, \\. Va., Bell phone 7106,
io :
?D *" . C MV*. AJOV j
FARMS?I have a few farms in l'or- ,:
lage county, Ohio, botn large and i
mull. A pamphlet ot description ana
prices will be mailed upon application.
Write Van T. bean, Uuvcunu, (J.
2-13-261 No. 1904
MONTANA 460-acrc homesteads. Now :
towns, business opportunities. Send
25e tor maps and information. Address
U. S. Commissioner, Outlook,
Mont. 314-261 No ian
CENTRAL OHIO.FARMS. Located all
over Harden. Logan, Marion and
Union. Send for big list, stating slzo
of larm wanted. H. 1J. Wood, nidgeway,
u. 2-10-26t No lain
NEW CATALOG Vermont farms now
I ready. N. J. Folwiu, South Royalton.
VL 2-24-26t No. Ltal
FOR SALE?80-acro farm two miles
from Piedmont, 0.. on the b. ft O.
R. R. Prlco reasonable. J. W. Harris,
W. llay St., New Philadelphia, O.
2-28-tit No. 1907
TWO FARM bargains, Ashtabula county,
Ohio, 95 and 100 acres. Terms.
Own a good farm at right price. 1.
J. Miller, Jr., WUUamafteld, Ashtabula,
Ohio. 3'1-61 No 1971
FOR SALE?Farm 13 acres, gocd soil,
good buildings, 146 miles from;
Wheeling Ferry, Belmont Co., Ohio.
Will sell cheap. F. J. Nelson, Bellalre.
Ohio. Pell phone 407-J. 3-2-6t No. 1977 |
POULTRY AND SUPPLIES
FOR SALE?Ancona eggs. 76c per
setting. J. J. Thorn, Lowes vllle,
W. Va. 2-26-26t No. 1954
AUTOMOBILES, ACCESSORIES
FOR SALE?At a bargain Ford truck,
Sanford ton truck, platform scale,
capacity 600 lbs., meat scale counter
scale warehouse truck; check writer,
adding machine, electric (an, standing
desk, billing machines, typewriter's oftice
chairs and (lies, also wo can furnish
location for wholesale produce
business with large cold storage and
railroad switch at door. Write W. F.
Haney Co., Fairmont, W. Vs.
\ 3-2-3t No. 1966
1
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dvertisingI
CASH WITH ORDER.
mm
HELP WANTED?TKMAiaaW
WANTED?'Woman to So homework
tor about 2 weeks. Addreea P. O
Box 402 City. 3-l-2t No. 1913
WANTED ? Olrl for kitchen. Apply
Tucker Houae. Bell phone 1091-J.
3-Mt No. 19SU
WANTED?Gtrl tor gtn-'ial housework
Call Bell phone 684-J.
ii i ii i in ji'wM
wanted?Olrl for all around 4r?iT.
Call at Netnlnjcr Hotel. Jackson fit. * *
3-6-3t No. llSS
' HELP WAHTElMtfi&f H
MEN WANTED?Steady employment.
Helmlck Foundry Machine Co
3-1-tf No. 1183
BOOMS-FURNISHED
FOR RENT?Furnished front room
S30 Gaston Are. Call M9 Consol.
2-26-tt NO. It6f M
MONEY TO LOAN I
THE BUCKEYE SAVING AND LOAN
company of Bellalre, O., has money
'.o loan on desirable real estatA See
Paul G. Armstrong. Attorney, 41-43
Trust Bldg., Uh Floor, Fairmont, \Y.
Ye.
MONEY?To loan in aums~of (10~w
(DO to anyone luring steady work.
Can be paid In amall monthly payments.
No reference or endorsement*
leyuired. Strlcuj confidential. Address
Box 68o, Clarksburg, W. Va.
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FLATS AND APARTM3BTS
FOR RENT?Two and threc-roou:
apartment. Yost Flats, Apply Geo
II. Rrobrt, Watson Building.
8|l-6t No UTC
Professional Caqis
B. SCOTT?j
iWrtfiatna^ Optometrist and .
iuWIW Optician.
jB years practical!
experience. Glasses furnished la 1
one hour. With
A. B. Scott & Company, !
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:^20.CSiC82O;aO.O.O C?SiSO??KK8?KB^
I MRS. W. A. TUCKER 1
CORSETIERE S
^ Representing Nubone Corsets. 8 j
Bell 487 J 326 Monroe St |
DR. A. B. SMITH, I
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND EYE SPECIALIST. J
Classes ot all Kinds correctly
fitted. Satlstaotlon guaranteed.
Hall Block over Martin's Drug
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o Bell Phone 61.
S Nuzum Bldg. Jefferson St |
? Fairmonl Pressing Co. 1
g L. E. BROWN, Prop.
5 Goods called tor and delivered fi
5 All our work guaranteed.
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The Security Back of
This Bank's Deposits
Keeps Pace With Its aH
Growth
It is a well balanced bank I
and It maintains this balance '
The National Bank ot Fair- l
: mont is stability itself, be- t
! cause It adheres closely to LI
: the bedrock principles that fI
characterize America's strong ([
I est banks.
lit UliUIUlUUI OH. nana | |
combined with the largest
capital and growing surplus 1,1
in Fiairmont puts Its margin |
ot safety far above the mil- h
1 lion mark*
You should have faith tat
this Bank. Trust it wtth fa '/Mii
! your funds. Seek Investment |S
^^Ldvice from its
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Fairmont mffim
West Va.^L^

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