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tamlutlon, no matter what hie
Claims for exemption are. Those
who do not appear at the specified
time will be subject to the penalty
, Serial No Name.
258 Clyde Harris Hay
. i 2822 Frank Fusher
t 168 Fatay Berardo
? 1186 Guy Glover
i; 2624 Jesse Ray Tuckwtller
851 Christie Newton Brookover
1891 Harry Bennett
i 1676 George Washington Kllbe
. t 1095 William Taylor
k( 2022 Nicholas Terry Vernon
M, 1165 John Clark Baker
w 788 Daniel Abel Kuhn
C 1818 Benedette Ulseo
I 2787 Dorsey Ray Hawkins
* 1858 Harry Benton Vlllars
^ 2289 Thomas Forester Lake
I 1762 James Edward Kennedy
I 2191 Paul Menklevlch
J 1117 Renlamln Oeker Kevs 1
! 1572 Arthur Benjamin Jones 1
2762 William Lester Vandergrift F
1748 Patrick Henry McDonnell
: 2195 Wm. Everett Klener
* 887 George Blney
j i 2086 Robert Olln Watklns
/ 887 Slmo Dxelapllza
? 676 John Tilnecy
p 275 John Courtney Living
! 609 Frank E. Parker
' 1185 Oky Sherlond Meredith
, 1. 564 Leo Cutllp
f 2166 Russell Roy Finch
j 945 William Banks
>1913 John Furbee
Ly596 Ralph Charles Hess
2*20 John Nelson McCoy
29*6 Jacob Glldbach
i \ 1267 Howard .Morgan
2148 Fred Roy Steele
636 George Wink
1495 Ira Glen Ice
2453 Otamchik Luslg
548 John Klrali
126 Willard Allen
1679 Joe Straface
1287 Aubrey Clare Hildreth
j 784 John Perry Full
1732 Wm. James Plttctt
765 Arlle Emerson Toothmnn
107 Benjamin Harrison Skinner
1 K4(! lumno I?! (Anno
1M1U u n i IICO ? UUIIVg ?<
1563 Benjamin Franklin Parks 1
2099 Turner Davis 1
1369 Francis linker 3
1691 George Mason Ash E
616 Sam Gacosas E
873 Joe Andln J
1676 Samuel Alison Santee J
1268 Lewis Blaine Hall J
1891 Robert Arthur Ball \
775 Jefferson Clyde Toothman J
2684 Ernest Richard Broil E
486 Wllber Jonas Lyon E
692 Curils Znchariah Ice E
600 Charles Fred Fletcher E
1986 William McCoy E
810 Thomas Archie Barrett >
1539 Charles Jasper Hawkins J
2549 Jacob Thomas Haught E
1682 Joe Aregustlve j
607 Wilbur Sterling Toothman e
309 Charlie F Wright 3
437 Felix Swleozkowskl 3
3967 Jefferson L. Brookover E
1324 Ezra Alva Bill J
604 Mike Yokelewicz E
43 Ralph Bronson Douglas \
2181 John Frederick Van Bllder j
1763 William H. Shaver \
1648 Glover Lindsay Yost 3
1264 Peter Adls Holbert 3
1066 Wlllard Elzle Masters
924 Clude Darnel I
1 2455 Louis Kenneth Hickman c
\ 2501 Joe Oftrlch C
420 John B. Shlpeo 3
; 1014 Charles Harson Reberts 3
1178 Clarence B. Atha 3
614 Ignae Donovle i
i4i3 jonn rice a
1829 Clude Edward Wykoff j
2948 Flavey Lule Miller j
10 Hersche". Andrew Tetrlck
2728 Cecil Shaffer
2793 Phillip Haus Tatterson
Mondsy
2756 Cecil Lonnie Linn
2993 Jesse Brooks Brown
1045 James Patrick Hafcr
1031 Fred Ralph Rex
1705 Pasquale Loraa
1331 Jesse Clark Ice
1695 William Presby Santee
487 Aiex Kamlnsky
1282 Clarence Elsw'h Brummage
1323 James William Gill
1847 Rocco Dalipo
797 John Peter Clise
140 Homer Scott Wood
2599 Arthur E, Moore
1536 John Ray Glover
1922 John Evefett Evans
2952 Sain Washington
1723 Andrew Jacob Jonston
2808 Joseph Powell
1M779 Gideon Linn Little
1236 Raymer Baker
2247 Clarence Luther Valentine
2011 Rank Robinson
432 Carmlno Monzo
2719 Gilbert Vandergrlft
8053 Tong Glrmont
2962 Marion Thurman Stewart
18 John Alwato
652 Albert Earl Duncll
927 Mark Tonia
2868 Nocola Oenavasl
1484 Harry C. Kennedy
739 Demon S. Vinik
1751 Hayward Elcher Curry
CGI Joe Parr'oh
3024 John Joseph Eirwln
1822 Chas. Runnel Satterfield
1146 Chas. Haslet Phillips
1108 Robert Clarence Higgins
2S1S Jess J. Malcomb
1596 Archie J. Freeland
2479 Louis Twres
Williams
II OUO V-.H* ?
[ 1S2 Alec Slami
17*1 Donovan Nuzum
| 513 Harry McNeil
| 46 William Taylor
i 1020 Frederick Alston Rymer
' 1661 French Shackelford
1099 Glen Hamilton Huey
1065 Grouannl Ollneno
2441 William Jesse Hines
2749 Henry Jefferson Fast
2628 George Leroy OsbOrne
1686 George Westley Grove
223 John Culan
L 2066 Jesee Sylvannus Hann
,\1441 Elbert Ernest Masters
I 117 George Williams
2880 Butler Satterfleld
602 Art Pavlnlca
2675 Nlcolo Spano
390 Nick Maranna
2283 Andy Zakrlmensky
* ~ ~ ^ 4? T OrnmrYISPfi 1
12880 ueuja,iu?w ucc * ?? i
i 75 Arlle Fay Martin
1818 Joseph Perltilla
' 772 Clude Talkington
i 1456 David L. Mlehael
! S0S9 Bill Clemmona
i 721 Chaa Wayne Freeland
/ \ 1419 Lorenzo Wllbert Shaffer
1 SS90 Ar.gelo Licano
' 786 Lewis Clark Emery
I 1549 Edward Clude Uost j
f 1476 James Arthur Shrader j
I 230 John Henry Vingle J
I 2822 Artemus Clayton Smith
I ' 129? William Russell Wright
2780 Fred Smith Shaffer
972 John Potato
it 983 Nick Hoeskyk
II 757 William Harrison Gump
ha 966 William Smith '
'T 868 Howard Long
2230 John Harrold Ballah
2466 Martin Gcosak
1 332 Norman nr, awui ?
8090 Walter Haugh De Vault j
, 879 Leonard Leo Horden j
1560 John Vincent Owens
i 642 William Lewis Edwarda j
IS107. Stewart Lee Crlsllp I
of the act of Congreia covering this
crime.
The tint ninety ttre will he examined
on Saturday. Number* from
18 to lift will report on Monday morning
and number* from 191 to 298 will
be examined on Tueidny morning.
The following U th* list of men who
must appear, their ngmea being unler
the respectlre date that they bare
been eummoned:
tddresi Given on Card. Order No
Vorthington, W. Va. 1
Iron town, W, Va. 2
tonongah, W. Va, I.,
lannlngton, W Va., 101 ?. High B 4
iaxter, W. Va. t
"armlngton, W. Va., RFD 1 ?
Vataon, W. va. 7
Vatson, W. Va 8
lannlngton, W. Va, 9
rtr rtm to
luvvutuoviii ?? ? Of iu
rlanntniton, 310 Baltimore St. 11
.lannlngton, W. Va. RFD 4 12
Vataon, W Va. 11
Colfax, W. Va. 14
.Vataon, W. Va 15
Srantown, W. Va. 16
Vataon, W, Va., RFD 7 17
Jrantown, W Va. II
Uanlngton, W. Va 19
Vyatt, VtT. Va. 20
"alrmont, W. Va., RFD ( 21
lonongah, W. Va., SS Depot St. 22
Icottdale, Penna. 23
Vorthlngton. W Va , RFD 2 24
ioult, W. Va. 25
lonongah, W. Va. 131 Center St. 26
"armlngton, W. Va. 27
lonontfsh, W. Va., RFD 4 28
"alrvlew, W Va 29
ilanntngton, W. Va. 20
"armlngton, W. Va. 11
"airmont, W. Va., RFD I 32
"armlngton, W. Va. 33
Vataon, W. Va. 34
armlngton, W .Va. 35
tlvesville, W. Va 36
Sarraekvllle, W Va. 37
.lannlngton, W. Va. 38
latawbn, W. Va? RFD 1 39
'armlngton, W. Va. 40
.lannlngton, 317 Baltimore St. 41
Iran town, W Va. 42
'armlngton, W. Va 43
Vorthlngton, W. Va., RFD 1 44
lonongah, W. Va. Gen. Del. 45 '
lannlngton, W. Va. 48
lannlngton, W Va RFD 4 47
ionongnh, W. Va., 62 Front St, 48 i
lannlngton, VV. Va? Route 4 49 j
Vorthlngton, W. Va. 50
lannlngton, W. Va. 51 ,
(lannlngton, W Va , RFD 2 52 .
[ontana Mines, \V. Va. 53
letz. W. Va. 64
laxter. W. Va. 65
"armlngton, W. Va. 56 1
lonongah, W. Va . 150 Pike St 67
lonongah, W. Va., Front St. 58 i
lannlngton, W. Va. 59 j
V'atson, W. Va. 60 i
lannlngton, W. Va , RFD 4 61 ,
iaxter, W Va. 62
'armlngton, W. Va. 63 1
'armlngton, W. Va. 61
"armlngton, W. Va. 65
Iverson, W. Va 66
liddleton, \V. Vft. 67
lannlngton, W Va, 228 Main 68
"alrview, W. Va. 69
lonongah, W. Va., Gen. Del 70 I
armlngton, W. Va. 71
lonongah, IV. Va. 72
lonongah, W. Va 73 '
larrackvllle, W. Va. 71 <
lannlngton, W. Va., RFD 6 75 !<
"armlngton. W. Va. 76 J
Vorthlngton, \V. Va. 77 '
"alrmont, W Va , RFD 6 78 I
Vatson, W. Va., RFD 7 79
lannlngton, W. Va. 80
lannlngton, W. Va., RFD 1 81
Mannlngton, 316 Marshall St. 82
^armlngton, W. Va., RFD 1 83
irantown, W Va 81
Irantown, W. Va. 85
lonongah, W. Va. 86
lannlngton, W. Va., Buffalo St. 87
lannlngton, W. Va. 88
'armlngton, W Va 89
lonongah, W. Va. 90
lannlngton, W. Va., RFD 6 91
larrackvllle, VV. Va. 92
Vorthlngton, W. Va., RFD 1 93
lammond, W. Va 91
"alrmont, W Va., RFD 8 95
iguit 6, 1917.
^alrmont, W. Va? RFD 8 96
"alrmont, W. Va., RFD 1 97
lannlngton, W. Va. 98
lannlngton, 12 Marshall St. 99
lonongah, % Seve Dlellng 100
lannlngton, W Va., RFD ? 101
.lonongan, \v va., j-i jrom si.
'armlngton, VV. Va 103
dannlngton, W. Va., RFD 7 ,104
rlannington, W. Va? RFD 6 105
Vataon, IV. Va. 106
iliddleton, W. Va. 107
Vorthlngton, W Va , RFD 1 108
"alrvlew, W. Va. 109
dannlngton, W. Va., E. Main St. 110
Cverson, VV. Va. Ill
JarrackvlUe, W. Va 112
donongah, 308 Front St 113
fingmont, W. Va 114
Vatson, VV. Va.. RFD 7 115
ilannington, W. Va, 116
liveaville, W. Va. 117
dutchlnson, W Va. 118
itonongah, W Va. 119
-iammond, W. Va. 120
Monongah, W. Va. 121
Fairmont, W. Va., RFD 1 122
Vorthlngton, W. Va. 123
"armlngton, W Va. 124
Vorthlngton, W Va. 125
rCingmont, W. Va. 126
itannlngton, Highland St, 127
-"armlngton, W. Va. 128
Shinnaton, W. Va., RFD 2 129
Farmtngton, "VV. Va 130
Fairmont, W. Va , Box 184 131
Mannington, W Va., RFD 6 132
Mannington, W. Va. 133
ilannington, W. Va. 134
rtiveaviile, W. Va. 135
Jlover uap, w va. io?
3rantown, W Va, 187
i'armlngton, W. Va, 138
.Vorthington, W. Va. 189
Vataon, W. Va., RFD 7 140
"armlngrton, W Va. 141
Vorthington, W. Va 142
dannington, W. Va , Pylea St. 143
ilonongah, W. Va., 306 Water St. 144
Jaatlnge, W. Va. 146
dlddleton, W. Va. 146
Srantown, W. Va, 147
dammond, W Va. 148
3axter, W. Va. 149
Uonongali, W. Va., Gen, Del 160
Vorthington, W. Va., RFD 1 161
Catawba, W. Va. 152
dannlngton, W Va. 163
Vorthington, W. Va. RFD 1 154
'alrmont, W. Va., RFD 3 155
7armlngton, W. Va, 156
3axter, W, Va. 167
donongah, W. Va., Walnut St 168
^Ivenvlll*. w Va_ 169
Fairmont, W. Va, RFD 1 1*0
Vorthington, W. Va, RFD 1 181
Vatson, W. Va 162
Jannington, \V Va.. RFD 4 188
.lannington, 1044 E. Main St 184
3arrackvllie, W Va. 188
"armingtoa, W. Va. v 186
klannlngton, W. Va., RFD t 187
rantown, W. Va. 168
Jroomfleld, W Va. 168
lannington, 318 Main St. 170
dannington, W. Va 171
donongah, W. Va. 172
llvcsvllle, W. Va, 178
Smithfield, W. Va, RFD 1 174
lammond, W. Va, RFD 1 175
Vorthington, W. Va 176
.. I i._ tTT tr? 177
V oriuillgluilf *v . * a. i,.
iannington, W Va., RPD 8 178
Vorthlngton, W. Va. 17#
"armlnrton, W. Va., RFD 1 180
Uveavilte, W. Va. 181
Irantown, W, Va. 18#
lonongah, W. Va 181
-airmont, W. Va., RFD I 184
lonongah, 188 Walnut St. 188
Vorthlngton, W. Va, RFD 1 188
'armlngton, W. Va 187
airmont, W. Va", RFD I 188
SRr * V -
iiiiil Km
Dora June Wheeler bringing in
Dora June Wheeler, aged 19, hasc
been appointed United States lifeI
guard at Ocean Beach, Fire Island,'
New York?first woman" to be so
honored. She's an expert swimmer, i
and holds a medal, ring and gift of
gold from the Lifesavlng Benevolent
Association oC New York for her heroic
rescue of Charles E, Holden from i
the Ocean Beach, undertow. Miss |
IVhceler, at the request of F. M. Kerby,
our New York correspondent, i
kindly consented to tell The West i
Virginian's readers how lo save lives i
;n the water. The West Virginian
realizes that with many of its family j
fastening to the beaches, this infor- i
nation will be interesting and calu- ]
sble. I
By DOHA JUNE WHEELER. i
(Uncle Sam's Only Woman Life
Guard.)
(Copyright, 1917, by the Newspaper |
Enterprise Association.) (
FIRE ISLAND, N. Y., July 31.?
The problem of rescuing a person in i
danger of drowning is usually onlyh
Hfficult because the person to be res-JI
194 Joe Melich V
874 Eusch Bailey I
Tuesday, Aui
662 John Ranavich V
2665 Mike Bakasie 1
2695 Clyde Haught F
1300 George Okey Gump Jl
2124 George Odell 3
1673 Bine Ward Boydala il
1887 Sam Tearo V
2707 IVilliam Nay Jiichacl B
298 Toney Llsek M
2438 Jim Oines G
2850 Roy Carpenter K
675 William Coleman rieming x
3015 Leroy Ev.prctt Spencer F
2132 Mike Alahlck J!
1769 Ronald Earl1 Nixon V
1294 Ernest Bosc Thorn J
1148 Charley Moore J
1647 Frank Pasqualo 1
2558 Samuel Thomas Lough 1'
1354 Charles Victor Cunningham J
1906 Ralph Hayden Hunsaker V
2017 John Manard 1
2397 Burguin Walker C
343 Jiartin J Klllccn J
2008 James Fred Denning 1
2414 Patrick Joseph Bush C
1613 Clarence Kirk llennen A
2100 Thomas Harden A
982 Edd Redmond F
2167 Clifford Edwin White C
726 Rony Uglik 1'
15 Arthur Fleming Davis 1
905 Joseph Vistlm V
938 Joe Velg F
3009 Ralph Harvey Dolllson F
2381 Claude Satterflcld R
1531 David William Jones A
2861 Davis Rice F
2915 Arch Fleming Sandy F
2209 William Alurphy S
1288 Lemuel C. Starkey S
452 Frank Miller A
355 Francesco Pugliese
1843 Wesley Sulvester Sypult
530 James Edward Gray
809 Andrew Zan
2579 William Harold Hanes
1114 Groege Pearl Froeland
2826 Clude Brand Linn
2607 Claude Fox
2473 Rev. Francis McFadden
1470 Leslie F. Jones
645 Joe Tarcho
2135 Carl John Carter
2622 Frank Luthur Youst
218 Charlie Perit
620 Ranes StlUner
1334 Virgil Snodgrass
550 Fay Cunningham
1611 Lawrence Earl Wilson
674 Orval Dudley Clelland
2778 Albert Harman Snider
31 Lloyd Bruce Jctt
1432 Earl Shea
1727 Roney Carpenter
2047 Omer Knight
2817 John Lewis West
2740 Henry Cyrus Sanders
981 Moses Pryor
1848 Povl Ollvens
2662 Jesse Weaver
, 1570 Arlie Ray Floyd
2884 George Anstinaaki
2886 Lawrence Layman Linn
1817 Annos Barthlow
2577 Alva Orlando Hanes
770 Benjamin Hill
882 John Christian
677 Clarence Wesley Parker
2119 Julius Barnes
2860 Homer Clarence Tennant
749 Stacy Jones
2269 Elmer Washington
2692 Kent L. Moore r
2758 Chas. Wa'.ter Hartley 1
1868 Ed Smith 7
1609 Roy Raymond Anderson J
1211 Wllford Raymond Jones J
625 William Wiley Hawkins F
1417 Lewis Henry Gump J
1574 John Holly Ash J
20S4 Roscoe Ros Whlta 7
2434 Anthony Morris (
760 Claude Earl Rice 1
188 Earl Deck Johnson I
68 Earl Wayne Parrlsh 7
LOCAL BOARD DIVI8ION NO 2, J
By GEORGE W. BOWERS, Cha
Dated 30th day of July, 1917.
Quick Results ai
West Vir^ni;
)W I SAVE LIVES IN THE
_2HBEs3i
mni
nun '
*V
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an unconscious bather; and entering
ed about her waist.
ued makes it so. Most of the trouble
is with persons who do not know '
how to swim, who get out of their i
depth, get knocked over by a roller, I
swallow a couple of mouthfuls of water,
and lose their heads. 1
It is a simple enough matter- to I
bring them In. They are close Inshore,
and all that is required is to I
get to them. I
The life line, which I take out (
around my waist, is pullel in by those
an the beach, and there is nothing |
more to it. I
The principal trouble Is that when
people are frightened In the water
they usually kick and make a lot of
fuss, and more serious, try to grasp
the would-be rescuer.
It is a mistake to risk seizure from
i fear-maddened person In the water.
i\nd no expert swimmer need be seized.
The leg muscles of the weakest woman
are stronger than the arm mus;les
even of an athlete.
It is perfectly possible, by drawing
ap the legs and kicking, to prevent
ineself from being seized from the
front.
Vorthington, W. Va? RFD 2 189
'armington, W. Va. RFD 1 190
just 7, 1917
armington, W. Va. 191
laxter, W. Va. 192
airview, W Va. 193
iannington, W. Va., RFD 7 194
lontana Mines, W. Va. 195
onongah, W. aV., 30 Water St. 19ft
'atson, W. Va, 197
axter, W Va. 198
onongah, W, Va. 199
rantown, W. Va. 200
ingmont, W. Va. 201
armington. W. Va. 202
airmont, W. Va 203
fontana Mines, W. Va. 204 "
'atsnn. W. Va.. RFD 7 205 t
lannington, W, Va.t RFD 7 206
lannington, V, Va. 207 c
[onongah, W Va., Gen. Del, 208
airview, W Va. 209
lannington, W. Va? RFD 6 210 ]
i'atson, IV. Va, 211 i,
iutchinson, IV. Va 212
Irantown, W. Va, 213
lonongah, W. Va. 214 ;
Iutchinson, W. Va. 215 |
irantown, W. Va. 216 '
letz, W Va. 217
lontana Mines, W, Va. 218 r
armington, W. Va? RFD 1 219 c
irantown, W. Va. 220
armington, W. Va. 221 a
Iutchinson, W. Va 222
t'orthlngton, W. Va. 223
armington, W. Va. 224
airmont, W. Va? RFD 1 225
ivesvllle, W. Va. 226
lannington,"W Va. 227 :
lingmont, W. Va. 228
airmont, W. Va? RFD 1 229
cottdale, W. Va. 230
imlthfield, W. Va., RFD 1 231
lonongah, W. Va 232 ,
lonongah, W. Va. , 233
Vatson, W. Va, ' 234
armington, W .Va. 285 1
liddleton, W. Va. 236 I
airview, W Va. 237 ]
lannington, W/Va. 238
lentons Ferrjl W. Va. 239 j
airview, W. Va. 240 ,
irantown, W. Va. HI
lannington, W, Va , Fairview St. 242
armington, W, Va. 243 !
latawba, W. Va., RFD 1 244 1
invtnr. W. Va 245 t
Vortlhngton, W, Va, 246 1
'armlngton, W .Va. 24" i
lannlngton, W, Va., RFD 6 248
'armlngton, W. Va. 249
ilannington, W Va. 260
'armlngton, W, Va. ' 251 ;
'nirmont, \V. Va., RFD 6 252
Vorthington, W. Va. 253
lannlngton, W. Va. 254
lonongab, W. Va, 244 Mala St. 255
Jontana, W. Va. 256
Clngmont, W. Va. 267
t&lrmont, W. Va., RFD 258
Armlngton, W. Va, 259
Vatson, W Va, 260
inter, W. Va, 261
lannlngton, W, Va. 262
Clngmont. W. Va 263
3cntons Ferry, W. Va. 264
Vatson, W. Va, 265
"alrvlew, W. Va. 266
iroomfield, W. Va, 267
Vorthington, W Va. 268
'armlngton, W. Va. _ 269
ilontana Mlne?, W. vt au
ilvesville, W. Va., RFD 2 271
iroomlleld, W, Va 272
Ilvesville, W. Va 278
'alrvlew, W. Va. 274
lammond, W. \% 275
Vatson, W. Va 278
lannlngton, W. Va? Water St 277
lannlngton, W, Va. 278
'armlngton, W, Va. 279
lannlngton, W, Va., RFD t 280
lotz, W. Va 281
Vorthlngton, W, Va. 282
Irantown, W. Va 283
lannlngton, W. Va,, RFD 4 284
'armlngton, W. Va, RFD 1 285
Vorthington, W Va, RFD J 288
IA.RION COUNTT, WEST VIRGINIA
Irman. CARROLL CURREY, Clerk.
re obtained from
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WATER
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the water with the life line fastenIf,
however, the person to be
brought '/ persists in trying to grasp
the rescuer, It is absolutely necessary
to render him or her unconscious.
This can be done by giving a sharp
vlow with the knees on the chest over
the breast bone.
And no one should hesitate to take
this course, as otherwise it is quite
rossible the rescuer may be dragged
lown.
If grasped by the arniB, however,
the swimmer still has his or her legs
ree, and can back-swim to safety.
If the legs are gripped, in spite of
efforts to avoid it, it is still possible
o scull, to safety by using the wrists
ind arras.
In an emergency a rescue must
lometimes be attempted with the
ilothes on.
Two years ago, when I dragged a
nan out of the surf here, I had no
ime to even kick off my shoes.
The problem of bringing in an untonscious
person is comparatively
dmple. The body is simply towed in,
nuch as a locomotive pulls a train
if cars.
Willi uuc nauu UK UVUl* VI vuw
musted person is held above the waer;
that leaves two legs and one arm
rith which to swim?Iraore than
inoi|;h for a good swimmer.
Or both >mds may be used to supiort
the head, the swimmer lying on
he back and swimming with the feet
done.
An exhausted swimmer may be
lelped in very easily by simply allowng
himself to be pushed through the
rater. The exhausted person lies on
lis back, keeping elbows stiff with
lands on his rescuer's shoukVrs
rithout bearing down, while his resucr
swims easily behind. But only
, swimmer who keeps his head can ,
e helped in this way.
AFETV FIRST IX THE WATER.
Don't shout all the air out of the
ungs. A groan will usually call atontion
to your plight.
Don't struggle to lift yourself out
if the water. That forces your body
n and wets your clothing more, makng
it less buoyant.
Don't try to seize your would-be
escuer; that is the worst thing you
an do.
Don't place yourself, better yet, in
position where you will have to be
escued.
Better yet?learn to ^vim!
DORA J. WHEELER.
A GREAT MEDICINE
That most successful of all remedies
for women's ailments, Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, owes its
irigin to a bottle recipe which came
hto the possession of Lydia E. Pinkbam
about fifty years ago.
This recipe had proved so effective
n the practise of a skilled physician
hat Mrs. Pinkham procured the herbs
md steeped and prepared them in true
)ld time fashion on her kitchen stove
'or her friends and neighbors who
raffered from women's ailments. The
'ame of the virtues of this wonderful
medicine spread until it is todtay recognized
at the standard remedy for]
"ftmon'B Illq. (|
THE
WEST
VIRGINIAN
is on sale in
Allantiflfiitv
ma m kiwitj
Every Day by
Phillip Chesler, Almanac
Pier.
American News Co.,
Boardwalk. (
? ? i
Don't be without
your home paper
I while away.
IV'-y " ? -1
iiit shei
SrSUfBMS
Official Report on Dastardly
Action Which Occurred
June 15. I
LONDON, July 15.?(Correspondence).?Bight
men were killed end
several wounded by the shelling bj; a
Oerman submarine o( the life boats
ot the Elder Dempster Steamer Addab,
which waa torpedoed on June
15, according to an official veraiop
of the affair. On* boat was eunk by
shrapnel fire from the submarine and
the survivors were sprayed with
shrapnel while they were In the water
waiting for the other boats to pick
them up. *
The offlolal narrative says that the
submarine commander went along
side one ofthe Addah's life boats^nd
made use of her to send some of the
crew of the submarine on board the
Addah Just before the steamer sunk.
When the submarine's crew had been
returned to their craft, the officer In |
command of the life boat was ordered
to move away from the submarine.
"By this time," the official statement
reads, "the boat commanded by
the captain of the Addah which already
was badly smashed by one of
the shells from the submarine, was
about three or four hundred yards
away from the German craft."
"The submarine again opened fire
on the captain's boat with shrapnel,
killing eight men and taking the
boat's stern off. Even after the boat
had been sunk and the men were
swimming in the water, the submarine
shelled them with shrapnel.
When the German thought he had
finished everybody who was In the
captain's boat, he then opened fire
on the Chelf Officer's boat, firing
eight shrapnel, Fortunately nobody
Concerning Y<
?Depend
A COMFORTING ?
service is its abt
and flood cannot cooqne
this service.
A' fire may wipe out tl
better one will rise abc
may cripple the service
always "comes back."
This wonderful spirit i
organisation make Bell
world.
B V
THECTTESAP
fS\ TELEPJ
OF
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JUST RE
Willow
Rockers bought in Janua
now so late we have priced
quickly.
9
SIX FOOT
Swing $10.00 1
Others in 4 foot I
lengths from $2.25 11
up.
ROSS FORI
"Furniture Wor
Masonic Temple
tu killed, but only holing the boot,
breaking the oara and wmndlnt *rt>
etal men slightly.
"After thli the aubmarine commander
wared to the chief officer to fie V.
over to the poaltlon whore the oobtain
and eortral other people were
swimming akaut to pick them up. and
the eubmmMBkea went iway on the
surface.
"The captain and the nmalnder of
the men were then plcktd up aad
taken aboard the chief otieer*a boot,
and were eventually plcktd up by a
French patrol steamer.
"Thia;" the statement iddy, "it a
line gaMant record for aoomea Of tita
nation that claims to be lighting for
'the freedom of the seal.'"
/ /wW\^i?*Sreitat\ \
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\V ftper'thS (eta7 ?
The West Virginian la on MM Ms
ory evening at the following ?BmMi
TENTH ST. PHARMACY, OOrfef
Tenth and Virginia avenue.
EAST SIDE NEWS CO.. Mirlcet St
"THE FAIRMONT" HOTBI* M**
son street.
stealey'S place, Watwn Hotel
Bldg.
union news CO., Strett Car Station
and B. ft O. Station,
WATSON BUILDING NEWS. STAND,
Main entrance Watson Bnlldfit
FAIRMONT NEWS CO. Lift MUD
Street ?{*.
CLYDE 8. HOLT, Main Street ~ '
MORAN & PRUNTY, corner Bridge
and water streets.
I. H. M'CLOSKEY, corner Btit* u4
Locust avenue.
A. Q. MARTIN, Main strait.
i .j;
mrTelephone
lability?
(ought concerning BeB
lolute reliability. Fire
r the spirit that makes
be central office, bat a
ive the ashes. A flood
for a few days, bat it
of service and perfect
service the beat in the
'EAKE AM) POTOMAC
30NE COMPANY
WieT VIRGINIA i'
814 Monroe 8t, Fairmont, W. Vi
CEIVED ; f|
Chairs
,ry for spring trade. It is
them so they should move
[Rocker $7.75 1
Chair $7.50 j
5 Cushions extra. A
I very good cushion for
r or ?l. rru?
i<p.l.?U eaun. xne ouuys,
is of special value now
and will not last long.
Other designi at
relatively reasogaWa
prices, ' N' ?
IITURE CD. I
th Living With.* ^

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