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: PITTSBURGH, June 28.?There vu
fc. ? fitlrly broad market on the Pitta.
Inui^i, JStock' Exchange, dealings be.
tag recorded la 25 different securl? -
ties. I The price movement was lrregI;
ular, but at the close there were more
|;- gains thgh losses. La Belle Iron com
Aorsold at 1X2, an advance of 2% per
f?#nt American Window Blass MaChiije,common
closed 1% higher at 55,
and '--e preferred was a fraction higher
at |oi..
OW and gas shares were dull and
irregular. Manufacturers' Light aud
Beat closed % lower at 63, while Ohio
Fuel l|lues were % to% higher, and
Fure' Oil advanced from 23% to 23%.
Pittsburgh Oil and Gas declined from
3% ,to* 5%, and Union Natural Gas
*aa utfdbanged it 172.
V - 8ummary
faM* 7ji ' High Low
200AW G M - 55 54
25 DO preferred.. 1(1 101
2260 Cable Cons Min.. .07 .07
130 pruClble Stl com 85% 85%
255 Ind Brew 1% 1%
2>0 , Do preferred... 9% 9
50 La Belle Iron ... 112 112
10 - Do preferred .. 123 123
60 Mfrs L & H .... 63 63
1606 Bt Shasta 50 .47
125'Ohio Fuel Oil ... 18% l'8%
80 Ohio Fuel Sup.. 47% 47%
10 Penna R R 52% 52%
130 Pbg Brew com.. 2 2
1000 Pbg Gonsol 08 .08
8800 P-J Copper 65 .60
25 Pbg Oil & Gas.. 6% 5%
133 Pure Oil com ... 24% 23%
IMO.Rpss MAM... .15 .15
1000 San Toy 15 .15
26 U N Gas Corp... 172 172
30 U S Steel com.. 130% leOVi
100 West Elec com.. 52% 52%
12738
Bond*
3000 Ind Brew 6s.... 36% 36%
2000 Pbg Coal deb 5s. 99 99
________ [
New York
NSW YORK, June 26.?Trading was ;
of such a mixed and professional character
during most of yesterday's ses- j
slon as to defy analysis, stocks of the j
same speculative caliber moving in]
contrary directions, that tendency lat-|
tr applying to the more siame is?uc=.
Money rates continued to rule as a I
potent factor,' last week's bank state-1
m?t offering little encouragement j
of any immediate relaxation. Call
loans held at 6 per cent, and time money
was nominal in the sense that offerings
were again very much restrict
4.-T
ii
?rain and Produce
i. ' ' ' > I
CHICAGO, June 26.?Considerable
bearish' Influence was exerted on the
A ^aip markets yesterday by the like*JOd
that (he food control bill would
in. befjonje. a. law. Wheat finished
2 10 <c' lower but steady, with July
V $2.10 and September at $1.85. Corn
i oata rallied from depression, corn
Onltned %c off to l%c advance and
oats unchanged to % to %c down,
pro-visions closed irregular, ranging
from 25c decline to a rise of 2V> to
Sc.
^Jjticbss Open Close
July $2.09 $2.10
September 1.83 i.$5
ecu.'-July
1.56 1.57V*
, September i-iovs i.->?78
OATSJOly
..' 63 .62%
September .53 .63
1 V Oil and Gas.
Tn '
TheBerea grit field on Cabin Creek.
Cabin Creek district, Kanawha county,
W. Vdi opens development work at
the beginning of the week with a good
producer, the Ohio Cities Gas company's
No. 96 on the Williams Coel
company's tract. The first 24 hours
attdr It waa drilled through the sand
and shot It placed 185 barrels to Its
credit The same company completed
and ahot.Np. 92 on the same tract.
It iiAi Sfl-'barrel producer. Before the
close oT the week the same company
will be due in the sand with four more
wells op the same tract.
On Porters Pork, Duval district, Lincoln
county, the Big Creek DevelopI
ment company has drilled No. 9 on the
Robert Fowler farm through the Bere?
grit. lt is not good for more than
three harrels. In the same district the
South Penn Oil company has the rig
completed for No, 84 on the Horse
Crebk'tract.
On , Freeman* Creek, Freemans
Creek district, Lewis county, the PhilidetifBfa
comoanv drilled a test on the
Johjt Burkhammer farm through the
Big Injun sand. It Is a fair gasser
Near Adonla, Union district, Tyler
county, Racer Bros, completed a test
on the Josepr Archer farm. It is a
"Near Wellsburg, Buffalo district,
BfoOke county, the Rockledge Oil company
grilled ffo. 4 on the William
Brlnkler farm through the Berea grit
and., found it barren. On Big Flint
Creek. McClellaa district, Doddridge
cduBty, the Hope Natural Gas comIpany's'
test on the W. H. Hosklnson
fant la a gasser In the Big Injun sand.
On Robinson Fork In the same dlstrlot
the aame company's test on the
Hannah .Alien farm is a gasser.
- . On Days Run, Clay district, Monont*l&
countw, the Philadelphia company
has a Gordon sand gasser at Its
toe ton the Marlon Tennant farm. On
AdJHi Ran, Grant district, Ritchie
V - | comity, Patrick Townsend has drilled
/ I aW on the Raxroad farm Into the
salt sand. It Is showing some oil.
p On.. thB north fork of Hughes river,
Urtnt district, the Philadelphia comjinny's
teat on the A. 0. Lants farm
U a gasser In the Big Injun sand. On
ij: tho same stream vthe Pittsburgh and
. Woat Virjdnia Gas company has drillgfi
ed a second test on the William Collins
farm through the Big Injun sand.
f.V . ft a doater in that and all upper
suds. On Laurel Fork, Union dls&
trlct. Wood county, the Pennawa Oil
? company's Not. 30 and 21 on the Ad-,
us Felck farm are both light pumpei
Iv^he Cow Ran sand.
uo the north fork of Hughes rive
Murphy district^ Ritchie county, tl
Hope Natural Gas company hag drll
ed a test on the E. C. Goff fan
I through the Big Injun sand. A ligl
! show of oil was developed and they ai
giving It a test. On Straight fori
Burning Springs district, Wirt count;
the same company drilled a test o
the M. Rlchter farm to a depth <
3,000 feet. It has been abandoned. 0
Kelley Creek, Cabin Creek dlstric
Kanawha county, the United Fuel con
pany completed No. 5 on the Sunda
Creek Coal company's tract. It ha
an estimated capacity of 10,000,00
cubic feet a day.
Ill INDUSTRIAL
FAIRMONT
The frame building on the corns
of Monroe and Jackson streets Is t
be remodeled Into a handsome stor
building with apartments on the nppe
floor. The building Is a one stor
frame structure which has been use
as a residence and Is the property c
W. C. Shaw, of McKeesporL It will b
made ov er Into a large two-story bulls
ing .forty-three feet and eight lnche
by thirty-six feet, and the ground flop
will be oleupied by two large stor
rooms with wide display windows o
either side of the entrance. The built
ing will be extended to the side wal
and the extension will be of brick whll
the remainder of the building will b
frame. The work jrill be done by ?
Ray Holbert, of the firm of Holbert i
Spedden, and will be begun within
short time.
A large new ice box was received a
the Anderson restaurant this mornln
1 and installed in the kitchen. The rt
frigerator has a one piece zinc llnin
! throughout. Is easily kept clean an
will keep the perishable food stuff
froah anH nnlatnhlfi thrftlich tllA f n
summer months.
The work of moving the old Be]
telephone exchange equipment fror
the Ekinner building has been complel
ed and the room which for years r<
echoed to the gentle hum of machine!
the snap of the sparks on switches an
the pleasant "Number, please," of ir
numerable "Hello Girls," is now silen
and deserted, the activity having beei
transferred to the attractive new whit
brick building on Monroe street whic
is the local home of the Bell Telephon
exchange.
SECOND HAS 1,700 MEMBERS
; CHARLESTON. June 26.?Colone
Charles E. Morrison, commanding th
Second West Virginia regiment, toda
announced that the 1,700 mark ha
been reached in the enrollment of th
regiment. Recruits are filling up th
ranks more rapidly and war strengt:
of 2,000 men is expected soon.
Th* accompanying ADVER
II I inroTV BOND I.OAN ar
of Maid LOAN. Now that I
be contervad by fulfilling I
WE OFFER FOR S
SEVEN (7) PER
FRE
COLUMBIA BA
The Preferred Stock
Is redeemable at the option i
THE PREFERRED ST<
AH certlflc
WE RECOMMEND tl
Income Is derived has been 1
PROPE
The oompetiy hu acquire
esrresatlos >1,175,000 par val
W, F. FREDERICK PIANi
DAVIS, BURKHAM A TYLEJ
These companies own and
in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Woet
MANAGEMENT .
The management of the si
tofore. the stockholders havln
WORTH for the 11,000,000 (
company at its ACTUAL book
GENERAL OF
The general offices are In
town, Pa. Davis. Burkham &
Market street, wheeling, W. 1
i first-class. Leases are satlsfi
OA]
Preferred mode, T% Cumulative
Common 8tock
BONDS, NOTES, MORTGAGES
A statement taken from
the combined sales, deprecla
and net earnings, of the subsl
March 81, 1917. and for eight
with yearly averages, follows
Sal
Less Depredation
1
Cost of Merchandise and
Expense
Wet Emton
DEDUCT 7% THIS issue
PREFERRED
flnrplns or Wet Profite...]
These figures show the K.
the preferred stoolc now oftei
amount required. _____
GROWTH:
In 1881 Mr. W. F. Fredei
1001 he opened hts first store I
WORLD'S LARGEST PIANO
Thousand Dollars. At the oloi
TERMS OF S/
order. It lees than the toll
be dne and payable upon nc
/
Tht statistics, statements,
conclusions drawn, and qnotsd
remarks. contained la this ad,
vtrtlstmsnt are taken or dsdnctd
from a letter of Mr. W. V.
Frederlok (original et whlok
mar be seen npoa application),
and we belle*, sense te be
true, RELIABLE and correct
In ell essential details.
I I I
PRESTON, WATT ft 8CH
Union Bank Building, Plttebi
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af Pta^W WinefiA, awwe^wJcen
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' Paasey nvna di> pwasohn^ d
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jl In these lessons the English phras
k equivalent In the second line, and the pi
6 , In the pronunclatl
f dfiSMgjL I A an(1 U denote the li
1 ) curved lines over tb e
a as 'n and "bUt;
somewhat similar to
" may approach by try li
1 ' the same time.
^ The thl"d lessou
g stamps, "change," etc
! Ill III CIBUI |
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"I T
,:t- i
t Police Authorities Going t
e Right After 36 Hour
11 Law Enforcement.
e
CLARKSBURG, June 26.?City po- ,
llcemen yesterday continued their cmsade
against vagrancy, as defined by j
6 the new war time vagrancy statute.
y and a total of seven arrests were f
d made, including those previously re
? ported. Thomas Waldo, of First street, j
h and Andrew Hayes, of Union Heights. f
were in the city jail last evening !
TISEMENT and PLAN for tho tale of thi
id itt PUBLICATION, a, well at the MAIL
ihe GOVERNMENT'S OBJECT hat been
the tlogani?
"BUSINESS t
at F at $100 Per Share, and RECOM:
PROFITABLE INVESTMENT
$1,001
CENT., CUMULATIVE, PARTICIPATINt
?01
DERICK INVES'
(W. F. FREDER1
,NK BUILDING, FOURTH AVENUE ANI
(PAR VALUE *100 PER SHARE) la CU1
)t the Company, atter January 1, 1922, at
OCK ALSO IS ENTITLED TO PARTICI1
:ates are countersigned and registered b:
lis stock as a SAFE and SEASONED IN1
in successful and continuous operation foi
RTEES ACQUIRED
d tha ENTIRE authorised capital stocks,
us, of the following corporations:
0 COMPANY, Pittsburgh. Pa.
X COMPANY, wneeung, w. ??.
W. F. Frederick, President
operate many branch stores and agencies
Virginia and Maryland.
AND BASIS OF PURCHASE
ibsldlary companies will continue as here6
exchanged their stock at Its actual NET
JOMMON stook of Frederick Investment
. value of approximately 11,000,000.
FICES AND EQUIPMENT
the First National Bank building, UnionTyler
company own an 180,000 property on
ra. The equipment, valued at (06,1)79,82, Is
ictory, and adeqnate Insurance Is carried.
flTALIZATION la
Authorised Per gale Issmed Treasury
.11,000,000 (1,000,000 (SOO.OOO
. 1,000,000 (1,000,000
. NONE
EARNINGS
the books and summarized, which shows
tlon, cost of merchandise and expense, .
diary companies for the fiscal year endings
years from April 1, 1909, to April 1, 1919;
Fiscal Year Bight Tears Yearly Average
I 2,048,193.10 (14,788.080.94 ( 1,847,801730
102,814.08 1,081,628.08 197,702.88
I 1.845.878.82 (18.201,907.84 ( 1,600.108.47
UM.HS.tt 1*484474.18 taM.a8.7T
I 18J,140J4 | USMMN f
70,000.04 884,044.00 70,000.00
118,180.10 878,548.74 8 71,841.74
T EARNINGS applicable to dividends on
-ad (or aale to b? mora than TWICE the
91,000 TO 91,000,000
risk beran btialnaas at Myendale, Pa. In
In Ptttibniwh, Pa It la bow known a? the
HOUSE. He atarted with leas than One
la o? business March 8t 1817, hla financial
i| C PRICE: $100 PER SHARE. I
ILiEs**"*"" underalgned. Payment may t
amount be paid applications must be acct
ttloe of the number of shares awarded th<
}Frederick Invest
ALEXANDER C. TE
506-501 Columbia Bank Building, Foui
Bell Phone:
APPLICATIONS FOR THE ABOVE ?
J BY THE FOl
OYER * CITIZENS TITLE &
irgh, Pa. West Main Street,
I
' ' '* i ^ '
|QmT PRrwwED BY
Rv1 MME.ARCH/NAWD !
Hbhbbhbi
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nfc~i'if ^ou "please.,
iVT^'il v?os pla'fc \
"orani, .sil voo play?
aAy;l am in a burrjjf.
>z de }jret;j?suis prase.
w 1 * * ***
Svay dun pr*y;
zhufi swe* pressayf;
potatoes and wrabwi'i,!^
rme* doterne *?i d?s baticolt.
jj/r . V*
idvd> t?jr ay dy aWeeeoh.
0
fz?xt someTreocVi peas.
'let ef des petits pols .
5 pdy "Of day pwtee pwz.. 5
?
b appeata In the first line, the French I
ronunciation in the third line,
on key, straight lines over the letters
me sound, as in "hAte" and "dUde;"
sc letters indicate the short sound, |
" two dots over the U indicate a sound
the German "ue," which Americans .
ig to pronounce long U and long E at '
will deal with requests for postage
iwaiting trials others having been
eleased or sentenced.
George Butcher was fined $20 and i
:osts and sentenced today to serve
50 days in Jail, but obtained a sus>ension
under bond of S100 guarantee- ,
ng his employment for at least six .
tours a day during six days of the ,
veek. W. D. Llewellyn received a
ike sentence from Mayor G. H. Gorton.
*-*
Children Cry j
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
Bumstead's WormSyrup ?
A safe and sure Bemody for Worms. 1
itood the test for BO years. IT NEVER I
PAZL3. To children it Is ail cngcl of <
nerey. PLEASANT TO TAKE. SO .
1ICKNS8S. NO PHYSIC NESDE3. Ono
>ottle has klllod 133 worms. All derg- 1
flats and dealers, or by mail-25c a hot. ,
let. C. A. V00REEE3, SI. D., Phlia., Pa. ,
????na?ecoBin ii?n nwiuiiam?x?
f stock described was prepared prior tc
,iNG of the PROSPECTUSES, was Wl\
accomplished we believe the WELf.S.t
\S USUAL"
MEND as a SAFE, SEA__ CC.-TS
0,001'
J, PREFERRED STOCK (Full Paid
Fment comp,
CK, PRESIDENT)
) WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, I>
UULATIVE and Is Preferred both as to
$110 and accrued dividends.
'ATE WITH THE COMMON STOCK
r the Fidelity Title & Trust Co., Pit
VESTMENT, because the major part o
more than THIRTY-SIX YEARS,
statement shows Assets of over $2,151,C
OF $981,311.11; approximately 11,000,000
Davis, Burkham & Tyier Company i
Five Thousand Dollars, closed the year
$228,363.32.
rnivrnrapa wnRTH I
"I wish to call your attention to ai
refer to our 'WHOLESALE and some twe
franchises. These franchises, ALONE,
JIOO.OOO A TEAK PROFIT to your corap
GOOD WILL NOT C.
In acquiring the properties NO VA
the Agencies or tne WHOLESALER S A
for Vlctrolaa.
FUTURE PR05
"I AM OF THE OPINION THE INI
PEROUS CONDITION THAN HAS EXI
THE LAST TWENTT-FIVE YEARS."
ENORMOUS INDUSTRY?OVER
"The musical Industry Is ENORMOD
duoed EACH YEAR In the United Stal
liens, mortgagee and contracts taken
musical Instruments."
ORGANIZATION AND
The Frederick Investment Company
1I1T, under the laws of Delaware and 1
the law of Pennsylvania.
Mr. W. F. Frederick Is president, ai
are experts of proved ability.
The manager le Mr. Alexander C. T1
ger of the bond department of the Colonl
and formally officially oonnected with p
ASSETS
The UHti of the Frederick InvestnM
capital itocka, aggregating S1.17S.000, ol
In the foregoing; control of VALUABL
SARY wholeeale and retail agenolei ai
ture, flxturee, euppllaa, etc.
liabhit]
The company baa NO MAHILITIl
. oomtnon etook.
LEGALII
All matter* pertaining to the forme
been under the dlreotlon ?f oouneel, w
application.
PURPOSE OF SALE OF Pi
THE PRINCIPAL OBJECT OP THIS
PERRED STOCK OP FREDERICK II
PROVIDE PERMANENT WORKING C
COMPANIES, THEREBY ENABLING 1
BUSINESS WITH MUCH MORE PROFI1
THE COMPANY'S STOCKHOLDER!
SAVING.
Subscriptions may be sent by mail, 01
ie In full or In part, by aash, draft, c
imparled by $26.00 for each share ap]
i applicant.
ment Company
[OMPSON, Manager,
th Ave. and Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Court 3891.
STOCK WILL ALSO BB RECEIVED
.LOWING:
TRUST COMPANY
, Unlontown, Fa.
_ ijr .. ' ju_ mum iwi i.
^*lll III II A RMRAIIPH I1
I III II I U J| III1111I111 II |
I |||M|I I HI I IIIJl L(|
?1? i
After July First They Will i
Get Fifteen Per Cent
More. (
??- (
WASmNGTON, JUne 26.?The In- .
erstate Commerce Commission today i
ipproved an increase of IS cents a ton
in freight rates on bituminous coal :
trom Pennsylvania, Maryland, West
/lrglnla. Virginia Kentucky, Tennes- .
lee and Ohio producing fields to points ,
sast of the Mississippi and north of .ha
Ohio river. These tariffs were 1
deceptions to those filed by the carders
in asking for a flat IS per cent. 1
ncrease.
Approval ot the tariffs Is the result i
>f Informal hearings before the comnission's
suspension board June 8 on i
:oal, coke and iron rates In official i
ilassifieation territory. The rates
yill become elective July 1. c
Railroad men professed to see In
he decision a favorable attitude :oward
granting general relief to the
Eastern carriers in their plea for a lorizontal
raise of 15 per cent In all I
reight rates. ^
FARMS FOB SALE .
"OR SALE?Good Ohio farms. H. H.
Weber, Atwater, Ohio. 6-25-26t-2506
wm~\
GRAY HAIR1
Vo Need to Look Old?Nat- ]
ural Color Comes With
the Use of Q-Ban, the |
Great Scientific Discovery *
?Not a Dye. \
There is no longer any need for sen- 8
sible people to let gray hairs spoil their j
ooks or make them appear older than t
hey really are or feel. Now that grea- c
:hemlsts have succeeded in discover- J
ng a way to bring back a natural color j
n B-rav and faded hair in a perfectly .
lealthful and pleasant way?without <
lyes and without likelihood of ridicule \
-thousands have banished their gray f
latrs for good. This way Is by the use |
)f Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer, a harmess
and efficient liquid, all ready to ise.
Ironclad Guarantee.
Q-Ban is guaranteed by the makers I
o give satisfaction?or your money
back. Not a patent medicine, not a I
lye. Only 50c at Martin's drug store
ind all good drug stores, or write HeE- =
jig-Ellis Drug Co., Memphis Tenn.,
nentioning druggist's name. Illus- ..
:rated, interesting book on "Hair Cul- 1
:ure," send free. Try Q-Ban Hair Ton:c,
Q-Ban Liquid Shampoo, Q-Ban Toil- I
>t Soap, also Q-Ban Repilatory (odor- j
ess) for removing superfluous hair.
?I i
" I >
the announcement of the
THHELD pending the eucceee ,
of the COUNTRY can beet j
EBVATfVE and tfNUSl ALLY
o
*
jaa K yn-AssecsaLl?; j
y
ANY !
r
pNNSYLVANIA
ASSETS and DIVIDENDS. It ?
IN EXTRA DIVIDENDS
tsburgh, Pa.
f the business from which its
100 and an actual NET WORTH
.00.
itartlng with Four Thousand or
with an actual NET WORTH of
1100,000 A YEAR
1 ASSET OF GREAT VALUE. I
Ivo or more RETAIL VICTROLA
in my opinion, ARE WORTH
anles.
AJPITALIZED
XUE was placed on good will,
ND RETAILER'S FRANCHISES
5PECTS
5USTRT IS IN A MORE PROSSTED
AT ANY TIME DURING
9100,000,000 ANNUALLY
a. It IB laie xo nay iaaro ta y$uteg
over $100,000,000 of secured
on Flanoi, Vlctrolas and other
MANAGEMENT
was Incorporated February 22,
a registered In accordance with
ad the heads of all departments
lompson, for many years manalal
Trust Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
romlnent financial Interests.
I
int company consist of the entire
1 the two corporations described
,E and ESSENTIALLY NECEBid
franchises, and office furnlES
28 other than Its outstanding
T
itlon of the oompany, eto., hare
hose opinion may be seen upon
DEFERRED STOCK
SALE OF THE $1,000,000 PRErVESTMBNT
COMPANY IS TO
antmiT TlpB flTroamTlPV
'HEM TO PROSECUTE THEIR
J THAN' HERETOFORE.
3 WILL BENEFIT BT THIS
delivered 1b person, to the
heck, money order or express
?lled for, and the balance will
f
Anyono dNMnf to So 00, atr
dollror tholr lubscrlptlom to, or
make InqntrlM of. any of tho
STORES or A0ENCIE8. whororor
moot eonvonlent, of
W. F. FREDERICK PIANO CO.
DAVIS, BURKHAM * TTLER
CO MP ANT, and SUBSCRIPTIONS
will ko roeatvod sad
INQUIRIES gladly anowirod.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
set Main St., Unlontown, Fa.
,
LOST AND FOUND
fOuND?Bunch of keys. Owner cm
hare same by calling at this ohice.
lox 8509. 5-26-tf 8509
ctwt.p WANTED?FEMAU5
iSTs'wANTED IPf^rmonTstoglT
Co. blast be over 16 years of age.
Jood wages. Apply 112 Merchant St.
6-8-tf No. 2446
WANTED at once, laundry woman.
Cook's Hospital. 5-25-tT No. 2384
VANTED?Capable middle aged woman
for general housework, three in
amily. Good wages. Call Bell phone
.044. 6-18-tf No. 2493
IVANTED ? Good reliable nurse girl
for a baby four months old. Inquire
drs. C. L. Bussell, 304 Qulncy St
0-ZIMKuSOUU
VANTED?Laundress to take washIrg
for small family. Bell phone
11Y-J. 6-26-tf 2511
VANTED?Sales ladles to work on
Saturday must be 18 years old or
dder. Apply J. G. McCrory Co.
6-26-3t 2515
BOOMS TO SENT
'NAAAA^WNA^WWt^W^VWWVN
'OR RENT?3-rooms for light housekeeping
at 664 Plerpont avenue. Adreas
G. V. Jolllffe at Coffey House.
6-23-3t 2504
'OR RENT?Rooms for light noj.it;keeping,
301 High street.
6-26-3t 2512
\U7?CT.IOBILES, ACCESSORIES
'OR SALE?Saxon roadster In good
condition, cheap to quick buyer. AdIress
Box 249S West Virginian.
6-20-6t 2498
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
'OR SALB ? Machinery, one stone
crusher and one 9 ft. dry pan made
iy Phillips & McLaren Co., of Pltt3lurgh,
Pa. Five sets of screw sand
vasliers. One 50 inch tan made by
3. T. Sturvant, of Boston, Mass. One
14 inch Buffalo fan made by the Butalo
Fan company. 90 ft. of 3% Inch
md 60 ft. of 2% Inch shafting with
langers and pulleys. One 80 H. P. stalonary
steam engine made by the
Skinner Engine Co., of Erie, Pa. One
.20 H. P. boiler, made by the American
ron Works, of Erie. Pa. One duplex
lump, made by the West Va. Mine
Supply Co., of Clarksburg, W. Va. One
:0 H. P. upright boiler. For further in
ormation and prices write Tygart Valey
Lumber Company, at Grafton, W.
,'a.
STORE ROOMS FOR RENT
''OR RENT?Store and ware room on
corner Fourth and Cliff streets. Aptly
at same address, from 6 till 9 p. m.
6-26-4t-2517
WANTED
VANTED?Experienced stenographer
wants position. Can give reference
Jell phone 587. 6-25-6t No. 2508.
A'ANTED?Steady work for Packard
three-ton truck. Call Bell phone
liio. Flood & Van Wirt Co.
G-25 ti -10
VANTED?Two roll or flat top desks,
typewriter desk, two office chairs,
ypewriter. Call West Virginian, Bell
105. 6-26-tf-251ti
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that .letters
>f administration upon the estate of
iarinon Travis, late of Union district,
darlon county, W. Va., deceased, have
teen granted to the undersigned. All
lersons having claims against said es.
ate should present them at once, and
ill persons indebted thereto should
nake puvment at once.
FREDERICK VANGrLDER,
Administrator.
-5-4Tues Fairmont, Rt. 6, W. Va.
jj T Thousands of \
Working People
all over the United
States are wisely banking
? certain portion of
i = i their pay weekly as a C
S3 reserve fund for the fu
? lure?are juu5J |
| If not, our savings
department paying 4
per cent Interest cordially
Invites you to do
JfasemhtL
I TRUST I
|C3SSPAKY|
\ Directly across the ^
^ street from our former
1 location. Q
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3 I . i
HELP WANTED ? Superintendent
wanted, experienced In the jnan??e- |g
ment of Weat Vlrjinla oil end ins- *3
producing property. Must be practical
and thorough with necessary edu
_L-j 1
cation ana anmty
anent connection with large company
well financed who ana willing to pay
liberally for competent ssrrlode. gTo-gj
be considered reptlea mot deOaSWH
qualification* In detail. Addreee Boggo
2480, West Virginian. 6-2J-8t 2480 \
WANTED g ^ajpty
WANTED?Touni man for opSee^Mtl
tea routes. Salary and commfllMLM
Address Box 2503 West Virginian, tig
WANTED?Youni man IP
business. Must hare good education M
and recommentUUoo.
WANTED?Lice yoang man" npytffjM
to work for grocery storei^HHH
enced preferred. Apply 111 own bMMKfll
writing. Poet Office Box 288. :
HOUSES FOB SALE 1
FOR SALE?Four room
batb. For information call ot.wBM
dress A. C. Kendall, Mining MaoUHfij
FOR SALE?6-roon bouse witb"btt9i
Big lot Apply 825 Jeffereon itrujM
FOR SALE?Near High scho0uUjl9^|
cottage bouse and bath. Also corttenB
lot cn 6th and Walnut Apply wJSj
HOUSES FOB B3E8CT
FOR RENT ? Very desirable hotMeiBf
and flats close In South Side. Bm
quire F. P. Kelley, Bell phtm^lOtbjMMa
mum ii i ii i mi III [JIM
THE BUCKEYE SiVtTfO
company of Bellttre, 0? Has mossy!
to loan on desirable real estate.. |||9
Paul G. Armstrong Attorney,' 4&WH
Trust Bldg., 7th Floor, Fairmont. BjW
Professional Gar j||j
experience. Glasses furnished at |
A. B. Scott^fc Company, t
OSTEOPATHIC PHVWICIMH
AND EVE SPECIALIST,
i Glasees ot all Kinds correctly!
fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed. J
i Hall Block over Martini Drug J
1 Store.
I? ?
? ?..
Capitalizing Confid&ttfl
In Terms of Credit ^
That same confident-jBljl
1 which others repose In yOKM
I ?which Is so necessity to K&|
success, may be capluUw^H
in terrfis of credit at
tlonal Bank of FalnnonC||
This bank it established 1
on confidence >tid oes busl* H
III nesa on confidence. . tg
If you will conduct yonr;frJ
nancial affairs tbrou^i^^^H
bank, a credit standing. BttjO
, be attained which- Is. ture/tjH
| be ot value In t business waaf|
HATOHAtJpW
Fairmont 1
West Va.^B
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