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| FINANCE, 01 Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH, March 27.?On thJ Pittsburgh Stock Exchange oil and gu stocks were firmer and contribute d the hoik of the trading In the bettar class of shares. Manufacturers Light & Heat at one time advanced to | 72%, but reactod to and closed at 71%. | Ohio Fuel Oil advanced a dollar a shar >' - to 21, Riverside Western Oil was % ; higher at 15, and Caney River Ots wsift hghor at 49%. Pure OH closed % lower at 23, and Oklahoma Gas was '/ ?1 Inmev <. 1011' iwnwt lib *v?7|. Westl-ighouse Elortrtc was % lowc-r .at 52!/4 and closed at 51 % bid. There j was no sale of Air Brake, and the stock closed at 127 bid. 130 asked. There was a fair demand for National Fire Proofing common, which closed U higher at 7. the demand being based upon a report that the company had brought in a new well on. Its Naydenville tract. The remainder' of the list was dull and without feature. Summary. Sales.' High. Low. 1.590 Cable Consol .. 00 .OS 290 Canoy River G.. 49t& 49-", - "a l,'o| Oft E .... 44U 44'; 250 Diara Mines .. .30 .30 695 Fireproof 7 ?*> 115 La Belle 86Vi SO 10 Do preferre1' . 123 125 50 Lone Star Oas.. 90 36 4.075 Mfrs L ft 14 . . 7:?J 71':, 800 Mt Sliasta 77 .7(1 80 Ohio Fuel OIJ. .. 21 21 10 Ohio Fuel Sep. 52 52 40 l)o preferred.. 118 118 10 Okla Gas 101'., 101' , i 35 Pgh Brev , c .. au S?i| 70 Do pr< ferreil.. 17 17 Pgh Consul ... .09 .03 i 2,60 P-J Copper 78 .751 160 Pgh O & O .... 17 17 430 Pure Oil 23 U 23 ! 125 R S West Oil., 15 15 1,000 San Toy 15 .15 I 230 U S Steel lla'-j 115 405 West ffiectm... 52'a 52',, J.3.3SS BONDS. $2,000 Cent Dig Tel 5a 103 103 New York ; NEW YORK, March 27.?Offerings were moat often in excess of demand during yesterday's broad trading in the stoclc market, the net result being a number of material declines. Nor eome reason the speculative element seemed less optimistic regarding the effect of war preparations and sold freely throughout the session Pressdre was at its height in the final hour, the liquidation of that perlca being concurrent with western advices indicating serious crop deterioration, and a drop in Russian exchange, nccom panted by rumors of a Teutonic drive on the eastern war front. Grain and Produce, | CHICAGO, March 27.?Snow in Kan I bob and Nebraska offset to some extent yesterday alarming crop reports j which had caused a sharp advance In: prices. The market closed weak at ?1.90Si?l.D0H for May and $1.63%@ ! 1.6394 tor July, with the range as a whole %c Off to l%c up compared j with Saturday's fthish Datest trad-1 t ing left corn at 9?c decline to 1%, advance, oats down Vic to %c and pro j visions unchanged to 6c lower. Articles. Open. Close. Wheat? i May *1.91% 51.90% , July 1.61% 1.635s I ? CornMay 1.15% 1.15% July 1.11% 1.14% Oats? May 61% .60% July 58Vi .575s ! Oil and Gas. "~j The Weir sand territory In Elk district, Kanawha county. W. Vn.. is still furnishing au occasional fair producer. The average size of the welle, however, Is small. On Pinch creek, in this district the South Penn Oil company^ completed and shot No. 11 on the F. G. Woody farm. It produced 60 barrels the first 24 hours and Is located 1,200 feet northeast of No. 1. On ' - the same stream the United Fuel Gas company has started to drill No. 6 on the Nancy E. Myers farmIn the Berea gilt field on Long Boh torn run, Cabin Creek district Kanawha rounty, the Columbus Proiiuring company completed No. 67 on the Williams Coal company's tract. The well is showing for a 70-barrel pro. ducer. Noe. 73 and 77 on the earn* tract will be due to get the sand this week. In Elk district the Navajo OU and Gas company has put its test on the W. B. Lewis farm to pumping and it Is good fur five barrels a day. On Miracle run, Battelle district. Monongalia count}', we Hope .Natural Oas comfatiy baa drilled No. S on the j Philip Shuman (arm Into the Big Injun sand. Tbe hols filled up 1.000! / feet with fluid tbe first four hours after it tapped tbe pay. On Muddy creek. Ellsworth district. Tyler j . county, tbe Manufacturers Light and! Heat company -has a Gordon sand! gasaer at its teat on tbe David E. i Bennett farm. On Cove run, McClellan district, Doddridge county, the Carter Oil company's No. 3 on tbe B. W. Foley farm la through tbe Big Injun sand and. ia showing lor a light pamper. On Little creek, Green district, Wetzel county, the Manufacturers Light i and Beat company drilled its test on tba J. D. Lazear farm through all sands and scored a duster. In the Dents run pool, Mannington ol6tnr.'. .uanon county, r. w. uarilatt'e No. 8 on the Z. E. Batson farm . is holding up at 195 barrels. The Eastern Petroleum Company's No. 5 Alfred Kendall and the Delmer Oil : company1* No. 80 John L. Hays are - each producing <0 barrels a day. These are now the onlyCwells in this (a district producing over 60 barrels a Kday. OnJBanholomew run the Hope i Natural Gas company's No. 2 on the I THE' ?. ^ in?,, i. ? ; L AND GAS J. L. Hamilton lann is still holding up at 50 barrels a day. On Fishing creek. Green district. Wetzel county. Brown & Whan are drilling a teat on the Eva Morgan farm. On tho same stream and In the same district Morris & McKnight have made a location on the Caleb lleadley farm. The Wells Oil company has the rig completed for a test on the Morgan Morgan farm. On Little creek the Larimer Oil company Is due In the sand at a test on the J. L. Hawkins farm. On Hush fork. Walton district, Roane county, the Sidney Oil and Gas company has a rig completed on the G. M. Walker farm. On Cobbs creek, Duval district. Lincoln county, tho Eagler Oil company has a rlgxup on the W. H. Porter farm. On Dry Branch In the same district the WayIttnd Oil and Gas company has started to drill a teat on the W. C. Wickerson rarm. On Big Sandy river. Big Sandy d.strict. Kanawha county, the Coluntblu Carbon company Is due in the sand at a test on tbc It. W. ltader farm. GROifili FOR NFW W.V.IL RRIiniNG - - ?- - - mm m m m w -? ^ ~mm ? w W A Military Pageant And Flag Raising Part of the Ceremonies. MORGANTOWN. W. Va.. March 27. ?With appropriate ceremonies featured by a military pageant in which the entire university cadet corps of over 600 men participated, ground was broken here yeBterday for the new building which will be the home of the College of Agriculture of West Virginia University. Dean John Lee. Coulter, of the college. removed the first spade full of dirt, after which Contractor Kitchln of Wheeling and a large force of men began operations. The raising of the American flag over the West Virginia experiment station by agricultural students was the occasion for n demonstration. President Trotter and other university officials took part in the ceremonies. The new building will ba erected at a cost of $150,000 SUCCEEDS FUNSTON AS MAJOR GENERAL fo.x. ;v* n| '-v :>:. H| > ': JRi A,*r ^EwlNt 6en JilNTEB. Ll06ETTi President Wilson has promoted Lig gett to become major general, to fill a vacancy made by death of Gen. Funston. Liggett was brigadier general in fhfi armv dlnno 10l:? uul It*^ rlnnn praiseworthy duty in the Philippines. For Hang-on Coughs, Colds. Norfolk, V?.? "My brother-in-lav used 'Golden Medical Discovery' and was cured of a severe cough. Thil called my attention to it. I was Id very bad shape; was run-down and had a bad cough. I got worse and was doctored for pneumonia, but instead ol getting better I got weaker. Then 1 stopped the doctor's medicines and used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Die covery. After a month I began to gain. I bad been given up to die. I shah always feel very grateful to Dr. Pierce for his 'Golden Medical Discovery.' "My daughter Is now using it and It Is the beet tonic I have ever been able to find. It has no 'alcohol in It. and le a perfect tonic."?Mas. C. Sn.yv, 318 W. Vork Street. For the coughs that run into consumption, a remedy is needed that will work on the blood, make it pare, rich and wholesome, build up the wasting tissues and put the body into condition tor a fight against this dread disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden; Mod leal Discovery fights in the rjght.way. lis first action is to ptlt' the stomach, bowels, liver and kidneys in good working order. 'That makes digestion good and assimilation quick and thoro: it makes sound, healthy flesh. That's half the battle. This makes the "Discovery" good for those who are lighter in weight and less robust than they ought to to. f WOMEN MfeDICAL STUD SERVICES'] i , ?TOW^ ?ti-Tauwrocc>"^. Fifty youag women studying med bare offered tbelr professional service INDUSTRIAL FAIRMONT Despite the high waters and other | handicaps of the past winter the las: ' span of the big bridge of tbo Western j Maryland railway over the West Fork I river at Bingamon was placed laBt i week and the work of completing the structure and laying the track will be done. When the bridge is completed the construction of the railroad, which extends for some distance Into the Consolidation coal fields near Wyatl,. will be pushed to completion and It Is probable that by nearly summer these coal fields will be opened aud mining operations started. Three thousand dollars worth of auto supplies and accoutrements for tho newly organized Fairmont Auto 1 Supply company on Fairmont avenue are expected to arrive tomorrow, in addition to these a gasoline tank aim an air compressor have been ordered and will probably arrive In the same shipment. Notwithstanding the fact that the store has not been "opened' as yet some big sales have already been made and tne prospects look very promising for the new concern. A large consignment of machines for packing ice cream has been received by the Maribu Produce company and were unloaded at the plaui yesterday. A number of electric motors have arrived and will be installed very toon. Walter Ellason lias secured the contract for the construction ot the new garage on Meredith street tor the Hall Garage company and the excavating for the foundation was begun yesterday. Tho building will probably hi completed about the middle of May. FAIRVIEW. Mr. Beason, of R. Di No. 3, was a business visitor here Friday. Prof. Weaver and Miss Sheets, ot the Falrview High school, were weekMy Ma's a tirait 'bout my pets?I caught a dandy cat in | our alley but Ma wudn't Jet me keep 'im even tho he didn't have no borne or trends or nuthing an' he wuz mine just as much as anything. . *?. . ... ! imta*z4U*v SHOE fr DRESSINGS laangnrste the rattan ?f dean, waft poliahad ahoea In yoor horoa array day. Apply Chieftain Drafting onca each waek In ordinary weather, than erary j taorning^a ftziek abort robbing with a Start Today Any Stoma chieftain srra co.. cha*ibto*,w. ta. St Handy Box?to canto HOME HOTEL PITTSBURGH, PA. Duqueene Way, between Eighth and Ninth Streets? Pittsburgh End of Ninth Street Bridge. Pittsburgh's Leading, Lowest Price Hotel. In the heart et theatre, shopping and business center. Quiet, respectable, family hotel. Single Rooms 50c & 75c Double $1.50 ENTS OFFER r rou. S. IN CASE OF WAR! rZ j F M Icine In the New York medical college a s to the United States In case ot war. It c H end guests at their home at Morgantown. y Trace Tennant who has been working at Akron, Ohio. Is visiting his pur- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tennant. Mrs. Claude Jarvls and son. Master Joseph Jiirvts, are surgical patients I at St. Mary's hospital, Clarkshurg. f i Dr. J. W. P. Jarvls accompanied them there and returned home Thursday. ., Mrs. Jaam llaught and Frank Miller u and children have returned to their j c home at Drumrlght, Oklahoma. 1 b Pythian Sisters to nc Meet at Enterprise I Past Grand Chancellor of the a Knights of Pythias Sam R Nuzum will s deliver an address ou Friday. March li JO. at the district convention of the Pythian Sisters to he held at fclnter- " nrlKn. Thft rnnvr*ntlnn will Vinlrl twn <eEa? Crown and bridge worg, JS.oo. | Tooth fillings, 50c and up. Examinations laid estimates I FREE. Dental methods have totally changed In the last tew years : and to get the best o? dentistry, consult a dentist who i8 prac- I ; Using the-late methods. ' ft Wa guarantee oar work. i Office on Main street opposlt* ; > Court House, over 6 and 10 Cent j gtore | The Union Dentists i Bell Phone 921 J. j j i sessions, one at 10:30 and the other I at 2 o'clock. Sir. Nuzum will address j the afternoon session on the subject "Parliamentary Law and Usages." Each or tho 19 temples lu the district will he represented at this meeting. On the evening of March 30 the Enterprise Temple will hold a cession at 7:30 o'clock at which time a large class will be Initiated. GIVES BARBER MONTH'S TRIAL ^ And Barber makes good "111 give you one month to stop my dandruff " "That's what I want." said the I barber. "Everybody else expects it done in one day." I Your barber can -- stop YOUR I > dandruff if you give him half a chance. ? Tell him you Want a Pompeian HAIR Massage! Do this twice a week (or a month and your dandruff and scalp itching will be gone. That means your hair will stop falling out. Wm. Cobom, Proprietor, Marquette Hotel Barber Shop, St. Louis, Mo., says: "Best thing for Dandruff I ever used. Can't do without it." Used in 30.000 of the best barber shops from Maine to California. Made by the reliable makers of the famous Pompeian MASSAGE Cream. Sold in bottles aO<f and *1 Get a treatment or a bottle of Pompeian HAIR Massage from your I barber today. Adv. T. P. ' ~ SLEEPING CAR FROM BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON TO FAIRMONT I For the special accommodation of residents of Fairmont, Morgantown and vicinity, a Pullman Drawingroom sleeping car is placed on Train No. 23, Leaving Baltimore, Camden 8 P. M. Leaving Washington ..9:05 P. M. Arriving Fairmont 5:15 A. M. Passengers may remain in sleepor at Fairmont until 7 A. M. Baltimore &Ohio ^???? 1 Set of Teeth $8 GUARANTEED 10 YEARS r; CLASSIFIEC POPLTBY AMD SUPPLIES OR SALE?Ancona eggs. 75c per setting. J. J. Thorn. LoweavUle. 1- Vs. 2-26-26t No. 19B4 AY OLD CHICKS?$10 per 100; setting eggs. 51.00 per 15; custom hatch, 3 per 150 eggs. Time (or setting very Saturday. Time (or delivering very Monday. Capacity 6,000 egg lachlne. Terms 20 per cent, with o6r crder. Time to order next mail out. lace CI rksburg Poultry Farms. J. crry Thompson. Prop., Wllsonburg, f. Va? Btu phone 7005-R-22. . 3-16-K Xo. 2034 OR SALE?Columbia Wyandotte eggs (or hatching 200 egg strain. . I. Michael, Broom field. W. Va. 3-21-26t Ko. 2627 SPECIAL NOTICES TFfuSTiTl?s"'*"sALE~'oF'*COFFEY^ HOUSE FURNITURE. ETC. On Tuesday. April 3d. 191". at two 'clodk p. m. at the (ront door of the Durt house the undersigned trustee 'ill sell (or cash all of the household nd kitchen (urnlture and equipment, itely owned by Ada Harden, now decased. and known as the Coffey louse. M. W. OGDEX, Trustee, [ar. 27-28-30-31. I GOOD WINTER HABIT Many people dread winter because ic sudden climatic changes bring olds, grippe, rheumatism, tonsilitis or ronchitis. But thousands of welltformed men and women today avoid luch sicknessfor themselves and their l:u u.. ?_t_: r i _ _r uiiuicu uy laiting a icw uuiuca cu Icott's Emulsion to make richer blood, ortify the membranes of the throat ndchestandcreatebody-warmth toreist sickness. Soldiers at war receive cod iver oil; it will also strengthen yon. ScoU & Borrae. BloomBcM. N. j. urs Notice to Taxpayers All persons owing taxes at this office are hereby notified that I will proceed at once to collect same according to law. It you wish to avoid levy and costs, please call and settle at : once. C. D. CONAWAY, Ex Sheriff. "thc agency or service" \ fThe Proof 1 that this bank bandies Intelligently all busi Hueee euiruuieu to ll, is Its growth! CJ That wo furnish se- 1 = SsN curity to depositors. ^ kn our capital, surplus and i "T management proves. That we would like your checking account and will give It our be6t attention?we'd like to " prove to you. 1 fairmonts if trust I | company! '^1 Directly acroaa tho r~T street from our former r? location. jr?r The "Hidden Values" In Your Dollars, they ; May Prove Valuable *? < Large fortunes' founds- i Uons to many^ cases were on I If a 4on UUUUI'UUL uujmru. I ' How long would it take you ; to accumulate a working capi ltal upon which to build a business, If you caved weekI ly? it you start to save bore, It j you build confidence with this |l bank as well as with your- S self. That may be worth several thousand- dollars to you. j Your fortune can and will spring from email amounts J it you personally will make 5 It. Say "I will" and start NATIONAL ??p|[ SANK of KM Fairmont hrmm west va.^j^ ) ADVERTISING , HELP WANTED?MALI; MEN WANTED?Steady employment. Helmlck Foundry Machine Co. 3-2-tf No. 1952 WANTED?Good mechanic. Straight time. Apply Newcomer Auto Salca CO. 3-17-tt No J048 HELP WANTED ?FEMALE WANTED?A white woman as Laundress. Apply at 8 F. M. 639 Fairmont Avenue. 3-Stt No. :oos. I WANTED?At once first class waitress, one who understands business. Good wages to right party. Barllct: Hotel, Mannlngton. AY. Va. 3-17-tf No. 2042 BOOMS^rURKlsEED _ FOR RENT?Room nicely furnished suitable for two young ladles. Apply at 1015 Center St. Locust avenue. x 3-12-tf No. 2013 FOR RENT?Two furnished rooms tor light housekeeping. Call Consol. 721-Y 3-24-ot No. 2077 KUOMfl WANTED _ ' WANTED?Three unfurnished roonn by f-mlly of two. Close In. Apply Boy 2057 West Virginian. ! ^ 3-20-tf No. 2057 FARMS FOR SALE . I SALE OB EXCHANGE?57 acres, 7 ! room bouse an<l out buildings, good ; Orchard, free gus. S acres coal, 1% miles street car line, In Harrison County. For sale or exchange for a EOcnral | store located In good business section' Stout and Alexander Real Estato Co., i 701 Goff Bldg., Clarksburg. W. Va. i No. 2UUS t'UK SALE?Large acreage unit, coal six foot vein, on railroad, description and analysis furnished. AddrcEs F. 11. Bolo, 127 Grant avenue, Bellevlcw. Pa a-16-26t No 2021 FOR SALE?55 acres four miles from Zancsvllle in East l'ikc. $4,500 cash. On improved National road. Write L. D. Abell, Zancsvllle, Ohio. 3-10-26t No. 2050 ' FOR SALE ? 66 acres. 5 room frame ! house, barn and outbuildings 4 toe, coal vein open. Other farms of allsizes. Prices right for quick saics. C. F. Crooks, East Fultonham. Ohio. ! 3-22-6t No. 2072 i GOOD LAND. Wage Earners and Farm Renters be independent ou your own farm home! Small or large tracts In Michigan's Fruit P.elt. $15 to $25 an acre. My liberal terms of $25 to $100 down and $7 to $10 monthly per 40 acres, are easily met; lower tenns for smaller tracts. Near towns, schools, good markets. Write for 72 page booklet free. Full Information. George W. Swlgart. owner, H. 1245 First National Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111. 3-21-12t No. 2062 FOR REAL FARM OFFERS?Call upon or write to the undersigned. Here are a few facts to each tract: 200 acres near Armstrong Mills. O.; fine opportunity for dairy'. 120 acres near Belmont, brick road, good land. 180 acres good land, improved; tbree miles (rom St. Clalrsville, Ohio. 160 acres, with eight acres young bearing orchard; a speculative opportunity to the man of the hour. 112 acres, fine lands, good buildings and macadamized road, near laafferty. 173 acres, near Maynard; goofl road; fine for dairy- 109 acres, half mile from National paved road; one mile west of Loydsvllle. 5 acres and 55 acree adjoining each other; 5 acre tract good buildings; the 56 acre no buildings) coti Lugciuoi wi BBiwaieiy. ou acres south ot St. ClatrsviUe, 0. 140 acres southeast of St. ClalrsviUe. 120 acres east ot St ClalrsviUe, Ohio on National road, will sell 100 acres ot thlB and 20 acres separate or aU together; about seven miles out from Wheeling. 174 acres east ot St. ClalrsviUe, and About six miles out from Wheeling and about 1-2 mile from National paved road. Several other attractive opportunities in farms, dwellings or business properties. T. H. Stoftel, real estate and insurance, St ClalrsviUe, 0? Nat phone 110-R office 65 R residence. 3-27-6t No. 2100 ~ MONEY TO LOAN TUR^buckSYK^AVSG^NS'LOAN company ct Bellalre, O., baa money to loan on desirable real estate. See Paul G. Armstrong. Attorney. 41-42 Trust Bldg., 7th Floor, Fairmont, W. V*. WANTED WANTED?To purchase small farm near. Address P. O. Box 85, Fairmont. W. Va. 3-2i-6t 2061 WANTED?Good single bed complete. Address Box 2094 West Virginian. 3-26-2t No. 2094 WANTED?A location for a first class boarding house in mining town. Wont place to keep 15 to .o men. Have equipment for 12 room house or larger. Address Box 2075 West Virginian. 3-27-lt No. 2075 WANTED?Housekeeper for two in T?? ??J ?-i ioihi.j ikcioicut'd iu4uucu. au' dreae 2101 Weft Virginian. 3.27-31 No. 2101 HORSES, CATTLE, ETC. FOR SALE?Three fresh Jersey cow3. I I J. Q. Robinson. BarracltvUlc. W. Va. FOR SALE?1600 lb. horse must be sold this week. Apply T. E. Wiles, Hoult, W\ Va. 3-27-tt No. 209S . ONE CENT A WORD J CASH WITH OWOEW. | business opportunities REPRESENTATIVE WANTED for New York Stock Brokerage bouse to i tell active stocks and bonds it your section. Training free If applicant has proper local connections. Proposition affords earning possibilities 13,00c yearly upwards. Branch office eetnb-;,,; , '.Ishod under your supervision locally If you make good. State references and past business experience. John Hcrok & Company, Stock Brokers, 40r-o ; Exchqugc Place. New York. FOlt SALE?General store at 11: . W. Va.. doing bualnasa of twelve ic i lifteen thousand a year. POr further Information write or address H. P. Williams, Mauulngton, W. Va, Rt. 6 Fltun TREES BY THE MILLION"? We wish to call attention to our largo stock of fruit trees, especially grown for the orchard planting. Writ* | for price Samples will be sent on application. Salesmen wanted to sell our West Virginia grown nursery ' slock. Pine canvassing outfit tree. Cush commissions paid weekly. Write for terms. The Cold Nursery Co.. Ala 1 sou City, W. Vs. 3-20-Gt No. 305-. PLAN for big profits. Unusual groun-l floor opportuuity. Buy Unite.; .Magnj Copper at 50c. Active curb trading starts Monday, April 2d. Write for particulars llarry; Lcfkovlts, 35 Exchange Place, Now York. ' 3-21-tf No. 803U 'I BUSINESS FOR SALE?Now netting 1175.00 per week. Open fbr tuvc tlgution. W. A. Lawlcr, Room 20. Trust Bldg. 3-24-It NO. 2055 ~ "for sale FOR SALE - Couch bed No. 3. Ad dress box 2005 West Virginian. a 3-26-21 No. J095 FOR SALE?Ladies' bicycle in good condition; prlco reasonable. lu>? quire Newcomer Garage. 3-27-3t No. UUi houses for kent FOR RENT it-room house, Ogdtt. avenue, inquire F. M. ilurgii; Phone 733-Y Consoi. 1-25-tf No 184 i TOU HKVT?Klv.rnnm hn.lna 11 fal, man avenue, $18 pur month. Cal 392-X Oonsol. 3-21-6t No j-Qiiu FOR KL.vi?Broom [ramehouse, OtSoM avenue. Brooks S. Hutchinson. Bell Phone 986 and 176. 3-31-tf No. 305-1 ! FOR RENT?Eleven room bouse auli able for roomers or boarders. Pierpont avcuuu and Quiucy street. Large I garden furnished near. Apply to c H. Xelll. Jacobs Bids. 3-20-gi No 3051 FOR RENT?Six-room house OtyuMHce streot. Water furnished house lu food condition. D. A. Ritchie, Court House. 3-27-4t No. 207? i FOR KENT?5 rooms and bath on secj ond floor of private residence; convenient, rent reasonable. Apply 11 W. Kelley, 129 Reeves Ave. B H 3-26-tf No. 2093 HOUSES FOR SALE ? FOR SALE?Four room houso with bath. For information call or address A. C. Kendall, Mining Machine office. 3-15-tf NO. 2037 ( for sale?6-room house, corner 7th street and Gaston. Apply Consol. 296-V. 3-27-fit No. 209'J for sale?5-room house, gpod'-iou close in. 215 Albert Court. Apply l. Smith, Manley Hotel Barber Shop. ' 3-26-6t NO. 2095 Professional Cards B. SCOTT, i -ABEE^^I Optometrist and 1 aBtti u^SfSUs-sir experience. Glum tttnUHwd Ol one boor. WJtb A. B. Scott & Company. JEWELERS. ||| ? MRS. W. A. TUCKER 1 COR8ETIERE 3$ g Representing Nubone Corset*. || ' j ^BC-I148Y^ 326 Monroe St^p DR. A. B. SMITH, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND EYE SPECIALIST. Glasses of ell dads correctly fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed. Hall Block over Martin's Drug 8t0re" jl I 1 VV. R. DOUGAN DENTIST. 8 Bell Fhone 61. ? Nuzum Bids. Jefferson SL $ if 1 Fairmont Pressing Co. ? L. E. BROWN, Prop. g Goods called for and delivered ? All our work guaranteed. 'V H | Conaol. 664 W Bell 1080 R .