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irtaLlahad UM. J Mwnbw PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT 3 fer tb* Fairmont Printing and Publiat I W. J. WIEGEL. General Manaf I- JAMES C. HERBERT, Editor. A. RAY MAPEL, Advertising I- C. V. RED1C, Circulation Mam f J. MONROE BOYER, Baperlnt p.y . Publication Office, Monroe 1 IT! TELEPHONES BELL 110S-.110S [ CONS All departments reacted circuiaiio n tthrongh private branch Advertlsli | Editorial i Foreign Advertising Representativ i fWARD, Brunswick Bldg, New York. K| tetreet. Chicago. | .. 8UB8CRIPTI0N RATE BY MAIL?(Payable In advan HH One Year 35.U0IThree Moi I | )Slx Months 13.001 One Mont ^ j ft* BY CARRIER?(In Falrm One Year 37.00 lone Monti gts 3X60J One Weel PER COPY THREE CEb ^H| . BY CARRIER?(Outside of Fi H -One Month 76c One Wee) PER COPY THREE CEb p jr AH aubecrlptlons payable In advance. ; Wbeo asking for change In addreas-gl weW address. j % ' Entered at the PoetoOlce at Fairmont. I second elaee matter. If IF YOU DONT GET YOUR PA fWESTERN UNION.1 iMf Bnbscrlbers 'on our carrier routes fc':|||?The West Virginian any evening sho jK II /TERN UNION." state the fact and. : |]| v residence and a messenger will deli ' > HI your doer at once. There is no cha I vjij scrlber for this service. The West 1 HI to render to Its subscribers the best I! livery service possible and this is j> TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE iA \% THE COAL CAR SITU A fi'f*OAL operators of the Pittsburgh < |: an appeal to Fairfax Harrison, ch cial railway committee of the Co : Defense, demanding relief from the car b paralyzing the mining industry and ihri : : with a coal famine of the most dangerou . In their letter they point out that, ? ' .belief, the shortage of cars at the mines re: and they tpake the flat footed charge > using the coal cars to haul other corr Ek-.;-higher freight revenues. They want the p|\j Way presidents to take immediate act situation. The Pittsburgh protest received con: the newspapers, but the conditions it ii : " worse than the coal car situation in the ' which, in spite of repeated efforts upo IP Central West Virginia Coal Operators a "President C. H. Jenkins and Secretary I if' been growing steadily worse. HI . Statements which were furnished to Si'!/1 ^mh> saoratanr ftf tko Tnfartfata Pnmn I'JJj V*UI|7?" J Wi Ulb lllkWUIUtV VUlim at his request, by Secretary Lawson shoi t five months of this year a total of 57, were received by the mines in this district ' for die same period of 1916. This si fewer cars came into this district this ye . last year. But even this large total def | die seriousness of the situation as clear! :~'..parison of the percentages. In 1916 ( the cars the district was entitled to actua while this year the cars received were bi of the number the mines should have h the face of the fact that die adjusted n : is 14,633" less for the period than it was Bp \ According to the adjusted rating this d had 5,375 fifty-ton cars during the w ' The number of cars actually furnished \ M thowing of 3,036 cars less (han the mil . i ire entided to is sufficient explanation, e scquanted with the details of the coal intermittent character of the work at the In the five months of this year that hai Dne week when the percentage of cars fui as 31 per cent. In onlxseven of the n nmrnnfacrp rrnnp nknv#? ^0 | ' What thii is doing to the coal industr live right here in the Fairmont district d i: told. What it will do to the nation w '' returns can only be imagined. Because o H| Ruff Stuff I: If Uncle Sam had anounced that ? .none but millionaires could have ,r bond they would have been oversub. - scribed long ago even If the guys with J1S a week salaries had to borrow the Hft Everyone wants to appear wealthy tad will go poor In the effort. f-: Htmltlon factories, getting more out gjiri war than other businesses, ought to, lave to subscribe. * * * f Lord Northcllffe In the country i bught to knock the cabbage out of t lie brain boxes of some of tie censor [ >' Sends. ^ jsj'-.i And not by using the occipital gfe trashing methods of Ice and Watts. 1 I ' ?aa& There is a difference between Watts I Vnd Kilowatts. } i Wswtoo darn cold last night. ' EHH Mexico again asserts her friendship. BBrefrw.-. ' . ;.-j y . 'v i IIS fill made, have not b No coal a bong HOME." mean time .to imp awodatod wm precedented prop iunbat cold map of next log Compen*. caused industrial [ ing, for the condit mm burgh regions exis <er- so far as we have endent* . This it seems ti ltreet menaces to our n ???- it is that it has b< OLIOATED n Dejit 9S0 wi7 MJA the , )Q Dept.... 250 that this nation n - . I aL.-.f ?r toaay, uicrciorc, e. ROBERT E. problem." And i 123 W. at a tone I3ce the be pot upon the n g of h?at once. ce only) itba ?1 h 60c rp HE govermr ?nt) M I who shirked h 60c * Tod 1 L ??? ** AOO . I ITS. yonng men wt ilrmont) in time wll prin c m<18o evoy Strict m tl ira and ? yon know i American citizen ? old ar-wan ma delay. ===== It is not fair I nr?> viMfinln u *1 L_ ??w. ?ueiuM?. inosc wno may nt to escape. It is t Si of the registered \ PERtCALU oat the country. " This is not a i trailing . to get# duty imposed up< old call^'WBS-j port them! give name and ver a paper to You never ^ Virginian plans aIan revolntlons newspaper de- handling of Me art of the plan. municipal goven ________ Italy pleads ml 12. 1917. and the Britlsh 1 ' ' front German: world. That encounti New Jersey hai ^ were killed and I disturabnce In v the federallzatli makers lr they a the patience of i der the trying tc to shoot first am "Traitor" Is ( that men who p ? of facts which b [TION. keep hidden desi district have made ? airman of the spc- After today tl unci] of National can subscribe foi shortage which is You can easily i iatening the nation Eality now, and s dimensions. later. ontrary to popular continues to exist, Do not overlo that the roads are Better get a su imodities that pay that you can pri committee of rail ion to relieve the The Baltimor so bad In spite o sidcrable notice in have to stay at 1 i based on are no hlm away. Fairmont district, ? n the part of the The so called ssociation, through most drastic plei ). R. Lawson, has country, but it li the worst in the George B. Mc- | to Jar them loose nerce Commission, we will be ln .v that for the first bill which will g 385 fifty-ton cars at the same tim< as against 85,592 consumer. lows that 28,205 ar than came here ' Yesterday the icit does not show Germans, but it i y as does a com >3.80 per cent of Half a mlllloi lly were supplied, have been subsci ut 48.01 per cent others with confl ad. And that in iting for this year ~CW? last year. Oill. istrict should have The Fairmont eek of May 21. marks that the vas 2 339 Thi, of 8tate appropr 11 j-1 fession politician les of the district Virginian, it alw ven to a man not to follow such 1c business, for the mines hereabouts. K Is generally ,, _,c?j will aell at a pre Tni i Spanish war bone nished fell as low went conslderabl ineteen weeks has were issued. T1 T.lhnrtv T?nan hni y the people who lo not need to be othJeardf^blUon8 hen cold weather weather bureau >f the car shortage Shi trust on News. iVhen this war with Germany Is over Heiico will be the sweetest lamb In hristendom. If some of the boys .can scare up :ar Hare and the price ot admission here will be a large crowd of Una -oung men at tho dance tonight. a. AH a-fellow needs to do now If he as a street corner brain Is to seo Dr. i"rallck and nave It cleaned. ? The Sinn Felners want the same tlnd of liberty Napoleon had on St. lelena. a In theold days kids never got pinchA fnr s-vlntnff watermelon! from wall oad cars 'but they sot awful palm n their middles. San Domingo has broken mlattone with Kaiser WTIhelm. The band wagon Is not large enough o hold them all. Did yon ever try to get a bather to rcre yonr dandruff and after be sprln[led dog medicine all orer yonr top rou find he has tripled the malady irwbaterer It la? Ton are registered now sad yon may een able to keep abreast of consucrptio stored. Unlets something b done in th ore the car supply a coal famine of to irtions will grip the nation with the fin winter and it wiQ continue until it ha aralysis and an untold amount of suffer ons that, exist'in die Fairmont and Pitts : in every other coal field in the countr? been able to discover. > this newspaper is one of die really bh itional safety. The bitterest feature o 'en continuing for die better part of tw form. As die Pittsburgh protest truth xal operators can produce alf the coa lay require. The nation's coal questioi is simply and solely a trans porta tioi t is a menace so ghastly in its possibOitie present that all possible pressure shouh nl roads to compel them to find a solutioi o <AMINE THE LISTS. ient has started to round up die slacket I military registration. "he West Virginian prints the names c w registered in the Fairmont districts an t the names of those who registered i lie county. Examine these lists careful] of amr omissions it is your duty as a goo to report it to Sheriff Glover withoi o Ae gallant lads who did register tha ive shirked their -duty should be permitte 0 guard against such a thing that the lis' vill be printed in the newspapers througl natter for some one else; it is a patrioti m you. If you know of any slackers ri o a tell. Both the French and the Rm 1 started as bread. riots. The mas dovich may end In stiffening up th lment of Fairmont O-i lltary necessity for seizing a Greek cil are using boiling oil shells on the wei f b bad example is poisoning the who! o Br between strikers and guards at ldkerchlef factory in which two me many were wounded is the first seriou rhich Home guards, made necessary b an of the militia, flfeured. Troubl re wise will not presume too much ufco these makeshift peace preservers. Ui ist of a shower of stones they are llabl 1 investigate afterward. o t big word, and it Is altogether like! ut United States senators in possessio ureaucrats liko Josephus Daniels try t jrve rather to be called patriots. o here are just three days on which yo r a Liberty loan bond. Better get bus; swing at least one bond by a little fri Id- onmA In tnlfrbtw hondw D Hffl lb 1UIVwiuu >U UtltjUii,; uituuj w ?4*vi o 1 ok the fact that Thursday is Flag da; pply of The West Virginian's flags s aperly observe the occasion. o e and Ohio's summer schedule is nc f the cutting off of trains. No one wi lome because of lack of trains to carr o food dictatorship bill is perhaps th :e of legislation ever attempted In thi s justified, because conditions here ar world, and it will take something sever i. After the present emergency Is pass position to substitute a more sclentifl lve dealers some freedom of action bu ; will take care of the interests of th< ______o British took another mile from th Is a good many miles to the Bhlne. i dollars worth of Liberty loan bond, ribed for here, which ought to lnsplr dence that the security is good. )RT AND SNAPPY. ; West Virginian very truthfully re chief opponents of the budget systen latlons are professional grafters, pro is and old fogies?and, says The Wes ays costs the taxpayers a lot of mono; laders.?Charleston Leader. o predicted that the Liberty Loan bondi mlum as soon as the war Is over. Thi Is which paid a smaller rate of interes y above par a short time after the] le best investment in the world is i ad.?Parkersburg Sentinel. u the recent cyclones and tornadoes anc of meteorological frightfulness, our 's been Prussianized.?Morgantowr ' be called to fight the Kaiser's snakes IS U 11. I? 1. ?1 11 bu LUD uoot vyaj lu uu iv u> w <4or your dada to buy a bond. Bin Sunday says the Lord his al ready sent him to heaven. BUI plays golf with John D. And Bill hps all the money he wanti for hia carfare. It he hasn't John D. will take him there In his Twin Ford. || MANNINGTON | 8how a Success The Fisher & Fleming Americas Minstrels opened here last night tc capacity business and the show was t success from start to finish. The firs: part was well received especially Rene Fleming and Herbert Swift, doing th< two black ends. In the oBo the Sua phone Sextette put over a good mail cat act, and the Boyle Bros, closed the show with ope of the cleverest hoop rolling acta-that has been teen In these parts. Everyone was weli pleased. ' ! [j fjl fTDT TJ>C' I "C f "jL" e II VWJDwIwIu V/l . I || (BVC ! fr-J^R.TRu'e; t uwcfcNn FRONT "THIS minow. &. THAT in Anyone. ewciSTS JOB BACK AFT?re THe n ' I 06 AS SOO N Y y I YOUR CNPCOY6R j ? I [I EAST SIDE I I NEWS n , i _ *" T. A. S. Club.e The Thursday Afternoon Sewing club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cora Morrow In y State street n Gave Family Dinner. 0 Mr. and Mrs. Ira DeVault gave a family dinner Sunday at their home at New England in honor of Mr. and TWre Plan T-TaivJen n rnmntlv mnrripri couple, the former being a brother of Mrqi DeVault. A sumptuous dinner l- was served and a very happy day was ie spent by tho family. Thoso present wero Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harden, of Smithtown; Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Clayton and son, of Clarksburg; Mr. and 7- Mrs. Clenn Harden, Mr. and and Mrs. o Cloo Harden, of Shinnston, and Mr. and Mrs. Ira DeVault and son. Aid Society. The Aid Society of the Palatine II Baptist church will meet this evening y at the home of Mrs. Gharles Gould in Guffey street, Instead of at the home of Mrs. Brown, as previously anonunced. e s Missionary Meeting. Tho Home Missionary Society of e the Diamond Street M. E. church will ? meet Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock at h the home of Mrs. Bailey Thompson c in Morgantown avenue. This is an important meeting and every member should be present, as new officers are e to bo elected. T. M. W. Club. Mrs. Prank Amos will be hostess e on Wednesday aiternoon 10 me Young Married Women's club at her home In Guffey stret. Gone to Quaker City. 0 Mrs. Wolf, who has been the guest of her son, John Wolf, in Elkins street, returned to her home in Quaker City yesterday. Mrs. John Wolf and little daughter accompanied her home. x Personals. James Henry and family are movt lng from Mannlngton here and will 7 occupy the Melvin Bunner property ln*Dlamond street. Mrs. Mary Freeman has returned s from Akron, Ohio, where she has % been visiting relatives for several t days. r Miss Frances Kelley, of Fairview, t who has been the guest of Miss Lucille Springer for several days, went to Pleasant Valley yesterday to visit . relatives. Hood Satterlleld and Miss Mary Berry spent Sunday with Milton Satterlleld and family at ML Clare. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Goodnight and children of Brownsville. Pa., who were guests of the former's brother, [ Walter Goodnight, returned home yesterday. Miss Fannie Funt returned Satnr. day from a short visit with friends at Pittsburgh. Mrs. D. C. Price and children have 1 returned to this city after visiting relatives near Clinton Furnace for , several days. Miss Ivy Morris, who has been very 111 for several weeks, la Improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Lnte Brown and son Elliott spent Sunday at Clarksburg with Walter Elliott and family. POSTTOASTIES! THEY'RE : THE FLAKES [ WITH THE U A R > RMIDYEOBH teaJP ' TlAVQRl Jsmk \mM ' ' 1 . ^ || Hesrwre- toco t*> we IT nr MY &M PCOVER *4Y5 He CANT HAVe HIS [?* hj j ~ r OU WISH? I" , kLm ^ . 4 Fairmont Educators at State Meeting Fairmont will bo well represented this week at the meeting of the West Virginia Statae Education Association which opened its sessions in Huntington tomorrow. Among local educators attending the sessions are City Superintendent of Schools Otis G. Wilson. President of the State Normal School Joseph Rosier, Homer C. Toothman, county superintendent; Principal of the High School George F.Colebank, Guy Crigler, of the-White school; H. E. Moore and E. II, Musgrave, of the High school; Frof. W. A. Hustead, Miss Iva Hustead, of the Miller school; 0. C. Tciir.ant, of Fairvicw; H. W. Ward, of Manunington. and \V. E. Tomblyn and ! W. E. Michaels. Messrs. Wilson, Rosier, Colebank and Toothman are nil scheduled to deliver addre sses during the sessions of the convention. COUNTERFEITERS TO PRISON CHARLESTON. \V. Va.. une 12.? Peter Marckuk and Walter Holub today were sentenced to 18 months in the Atlanta federal prison by Judge Keller in federal court here when both confessed to having counterfeit money in their possession. Grace Geiger and Hampden Legg were sentenced to 60 days and 30 days, respectively, for bootlegging, and each was fined $100. Lemons Whiten and Beautify the Skin! Make Cheap Lotion The juice of two fresh lemons strained Into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white makes a whole quarter pint of the most remarkable lemon Bkln beautifier at about the cost one must pay for a small jar or tne ordinary cow creams, uare should be taken to stTaln the lemon Juice through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets In, then this lotion will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lemon juice Is used to bleach and remove such blemishes as freckles, sallowncss and tan and is the Ideal skin softner, smoothener and beautlfler. Just try It! Make up a Quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and massage It dallw Into the face, neck, arms and hands. It should naturally help to whiten, soften, freshen, and bring out the hidden roses and beauty of any skin. It Is wonderful for rough, red hands. Your druggist will sell three ounces of orchard white at little cost, and any grocer will supply the lemons. r ABRAHAM LWCOLN said ?"l will ttady and^get ready and sometime my chance will: come" c r/ytw tw * jf,taoqto?h?il v T mined ftxne-CMd4bct>lM^ bnubedobst>elestilderJiniiad?theanntf . J b?'head!y ^rai^jra^EjSSre^Sof [httlincoinbid. TbelstenuSionSZorar, ipondenee^ScbooIiwin-tnln-jWfcirtilit-et,' home ln.tptretime, fort better-lob, for? moreptytfortnebttchmoewtiineteoeee-* Mike yoor eUrtunett. IhrknatauMbni ' coupon muMlntoiMia* J ? i ' ? timem ii i . nmnuiMitonisraaaKMgunn. 9 CKMiute, b-ij ruiiiiii 1 "1 '?r" 11 "n 11 1 in ; mdllScijiSSt: ei.eiiiiiwSeC SeSSSm^H ; Clrfl Eattaeerint , BOOHttnlCf lu**J -> tiesSsSfctegfit* 11 sSSSSkiie ss^ ~ jieeiiiwiiiii ewm tPffmemnmflgic* Namr , , , ,, .' W' FAIRMONT ! ? ( The final coat of plaster la bains 1 pnt in place In the Interior of the new Presbyterian church and the work of j finishing the Interior is being slowly . completed. Stone masons are ergageii , in smoothing and policing the stone t ornamental trsme work which Is to be pat In place In the large windows and t the glasi tot the uppor part of :he larg- ] er windows has arrived and is in place. < In the Sunday school room the leaded glass is In place In the windows and ; the light which filters through, the e tinted glass relieves the glaring white ness or tee walls and gives them the 1 appearance of having been delicately tinted. I . ( All of the work of bonding new < equipment for the Consolidation Coal < company's new laboratory and of mov- 3 ing the old to Its new borne has been completed for some time and the work 1 In the laboratory has now settled down 1 to the regular routine tasks and is in i full swing. The Interior of the building presents an attractive appearance t and the men are delighted with their 1 new workshop. The building and the . equipment In It was arranged with a view to Increase the efficiency of the | ship not only by facilitating the work by means of labor saving appliances I and well arranged equipment but also by providing for the comfort and convenience ofthe employes and a feature which Is appreciated by the men is the shower baths which are orovided with hot and cold weather. A great deal of marblo and other kinds of stono was used In the interior and tnls adds much to the attractiveness and permanency of the building. Northcliffe Opens Offices in New York (By Associated Press) < NEW YORK, June 12?Lord North- i cliffe representative of the British | government on a special mission to 1 coordinate the various British war commissions In this country who arrived In America yesterday opened offices here. His office staff will come c to Ameifca within a few days It was 1 announced and in the meantime Lord i Northcllffe will precent his credentials a at Washington. 1 ' } ??? , Had Terrible Pains i in Kidneys and Back.; ~i D ar Mr. Editor?I want to write you i about "Anuric." I was very sick, could i hardly be up; I was In bod most of the ( time. Had terrible pains in my kidneys ( and back, so much so that I had to i scream sometimes when I was sitting I down and wanted to get up, the pain 1 was so great. I had tried a well-known kidney medicine but It didn't help me. I heard of Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets so I thought I would try them. I took 1 only tno bos of the Tablets, and my t back la now free from pain and I can 1 work and take care of my family. I feel I cannot say enough for this medi- . cine, cincerely, MRS. WM. KELLER. NOTE: This "Anruic" Is adapted especially for kidney complaints and diseases arising from disorders of the kidneys and bladder, such as backache, weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, congestion of the kidneys, Inflammation of the bladder, scalding urine and urinary troubles. The physicians and specialists at Dr. Pierce's 'great Instltution, at Buffalo, N. Y., have thoroughly tested this prescription and have been with one accord successful ' In eradicating these troubles and In i most cases absolutely curing the dis eased kidneys. Patients having once used "Anuric" at Dr. Pierce's Invalid's Hotel, have repeatedely sent back for more. Such a demand has been created that Dr. Pierce has decided to put "Anuric" In the drug stores of this country, in a , ready-to-uae form. It not obtainable send one dime of mall to Dr. Pierce ,| for trial package or,50 cents for full treatment 1 Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood cleanser and alternative that starts the liver and stomach into vigorous action. It thus assists the body to make rich, red blood, which feeds the heart, nerves, brain and organs of the body. You feel clean, > strong and strenuous. BALTIMOR] SEASHORE E: FROM FAIRMON $10.00 a t I Good In Coach** only. (I I $12.00 il I Good In Pullman Car* III M with Pullman ticket CAPE MAY, 8EA I8LE CITY, OC WILDWI JUNE 28, JULY 12 AND: SEPTEM TICKETS GOOD RETUi Bocare Illustrated booklet giving full d< A Ohio Railroad. . 'Possession of a la the mark of a progressive bast gadds dignity to yoor traneactlone an lag a reoord. of them and a receipt t< Checksum jrrtferabls to cash In ] so sitae except to the person In wh . Be prajmslYe, ? Open * ?hechlnf uU^l. 4 - r THEtPEOPLES'NA i ,%On1ht Comer Near tngalea. and Mrs. Angnatna, of ThiS || aont, wen rial to re ben Sender. J 1 Quite a good many people attended 1 he Children's Day exerdaea at B?N ah Chapel Sunday night Dr. and Mrs. O. R. Miller and ehiV inn, Dr. and Mrs." T. H. Miller, o( V fairmqnt, and Mr. and Mra. Elite PI to A er, of Croaa Roads, attended the fnm fl >ral of John Veach at Bethel Sund&^M nornlng. Mr. and Mra. J. G. Green wen en. W. ertalned at six o'clock dinner at the V J tome of Mrs. A. W. Snyder Sunda] M irening. _Mxa I X TTamtttnn end Mra < ranies E. Sutton were at Fairmoal ihopplng Monday afternoon. I John H. Burns was a business vis tor at Fairmont Monday. Mrs. M. E. Green, Evangellstlo 8ujerintnedent of the Woman's Chris h Jan Temperance Union of Marion : :ounty, had the honor of being elect V; id a life member of the local union ol ntlrview. ' A? Miss Nellie Tennant, of Route No " I, has returned from Buckhannon, A rhere she has been attending comnencement Miss Florence Hagans has returnid from Buckhannon, where ehe hai '$1 >ecn attending school. S. S. ALGEO LOST 1 13 LBS., FELT SURE I HE WAS DONE FOR J But Nerv-Worth Came tc the Rescue?at Work Now First Time It Counted for 3 Years. It Is doubtful If any newspaper er;r contained a more forcible and conrtnclng endorsement than tbe following. Note that the giver signed hli iamo to It: E. C. Meyers Drug Store, Washington, Pa., Gentlemen: About three years ago 1 :ommenced to lose flesh and strength apidly. I suitored from dyspepsli t ma siorancn irouoie ior years, id \i ibout two weeks time I lost 13 pounds. ) [ began to think I was done for this ; I world. One day I sent for a bottle ol "'i S'orv-Worth and a box of Tablets. ,J$I FROM THE FIRST DOSE I COM- ' M WENCED TO PICK UP AGAIN and ? j ;et better. I took two bottles and l| was up and around and gaining > ffl weight and strength. My employer*. ||l| railed mo for work May 30. i re jll sponded, the first I had done of any J imount for three years. I have work- ' 11 >d steadily since and go through the -JM lay without getting tired. I eat well ind sleep well and get up feeling c ]| 'Ine. in fact I feel like a young man, j| S'erv-Worth for mel S. B. ALGEO, , I Washington, Pa, / I Crane's drug store sells Nerv-Worth I n Fairmont. Your dollar back if this 1 onio doesn't help YOU. Try tho nray^^ s'erv-Worth Tablets as Mr. Algeo d^lH 55c a box. Dad sez if I stick tG bizness like I do to this game he can retire on ' my incivn before I'm thirty. SMEWVRBSSWS To have your "KwJs" and ahoaa really iplc and span white?try Chieftain Pure Whl te?y ou'll ol waya ??. Big Handy Bottle with ffijSwK Brush in Blue Bos CHIEFTAIN MFG. CO. fiUKUM CHARLESTON, W. VA. Tha Fadarml Armor Plata City * * " ' ?? ? * * E & OHIO XCURSIONS T,W. VA., TO ANTIC CITY ;EAN CITY, 8T0NE HARBOR 300 26, AUGUST 9 AND 23, BER 6. 1 RNING 16 DAY8. I italla from ticket agents, Baltimore .rl .CheckBook i I i J H cess man. payment by check j J id gives the satis taction of hav- i I cr money paid. n&klng payments. They are of - 8 ose favor drawn. -.^8 account with this stron(.^an^~8 * J TIONAL' BANK jjH the Peatefflcse, >?? ' L . h 200,00v.00??