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I FINANCE, 01
lauut.il i i ,111 1 i..;? ,, " iL
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PITTSBURGH. Oct 16.?The local |
i itock market was depreseed daring \
| j> molt ot the day and doeed at tbe low- ]
1 eat price. The declines occurred on j
comparatively email ealee, Indicating t
that demand waa light Weetlnghouee ,
Air Brake loet 13 a share, opening low- |
er at 105 and declining to 103. Elec- ,
trie broke trom 42V4 to 40, doting at i
4014 bid. American Window Olaae ,
Machine common declined trom 47 to <
46. bnt Pittsburgh Plate Glait held <
, eteadr at 119. ;
Summary.
Bales? High. Low. ,
250 A W G Mach... 47 46 |
190 Col G & E .... 3514 324 I
100 Crucible Steel.. 6614 6614 i
?900 DI*n? Mines .. .08 .06 '
10 Fireproof 4% 4% i
30 Ind Brewing .. 274 2V6 |
25 Lone Star Gag.. 100 100 ,
101 Mfri L & H... 60 6874
2,700 Mt Shut* 41 .40
230 Ohio Fuel Sup.. 45 4444
20 Oklahoma Gas.. 27 27
SB Feoplea Ftp-sage 37 3674
200 Pgh Brewing.... 346 314
20 Do preferred.. 1574 1474
8,400 P-J Copper 55 .64
119 Pgb Plate Glass 119 119
20 Union N G Corp 169 169 "
' 125 U S Steel 103 74 1 00
30 W Penn Rys pf 79 79
160 West Airbrake. 105 103 ;
845West Electric .. 4274 <0
22.490
BONDS.
1,500 Lib Loan 3Vis.. 9974 9974
28,000 Pgh Coal deb 6s 9974 9074 :
) 27,500
, 1 New York j
I NEW YORK, Oct. 16.?Liquidation
was renewed on the stock market yesterday.
The dec'ine was orderly, but
I almost uninterrupted, rallies seldom
getting beyond fractions.
Losses ran from "> to almost 5 poiuts
Irs folia ne miioli In aaaaonorl inrlno.
trials, 3 to 7% points in shippings. .
metals and equipments and 3 to almost
10 points In 'peclalties, notahl>
I tobaccos and oils. Peoples Gas again
featured the utilities by a further collapse
of 6 points, only part of which
was retrieved.
For the first time since the early
part of the year, United States Steel
dropped below par, reacting lroui
104%. its maximum of the forenoon
to 99%. From this it rebounded to
100% and closed at par. a net loss of
2%. Steel suppllat fully one-third of
the day's operation
\ 1 Grain and Produce 1
1 CHICAGO, Oct. 16.?Conditions just
right for drying out the corn crop
; had a bearish influence yesterday on
the corn market. Prices closed nerv1
ous, % to 1 cent t et lower, with De
I cember at $1.12% to 1.12% and May at
$1.08% to $1.08%?. 1.08%. Oats finished
% to % down. Provisions gain- j
ed 15 and 57 cents.
Articles. Open. Close.
. Corn?
December $1.12% $1.12%
1 May 1.08% 1.08%
Oats?
December 58% .58%
t May 59% .59%
1 Pork?
J October 42.00 !
January 40.00 40.50
t 1 Oil and Gas, I
I > ; ,
On Indian creek, in Grant district.
Monongalia county. West Virginia, the '
Hope Natural Gas company has com- :
pleted a good gasser in the fourth sand
on the J. E. Lynch far. The United i
Fuel Gag company has a fair gasser in
its completion 011 the Brown. Gosborn 1
and Swan tract, located on the leftb-ind
fork of Elk river, in Union district.
Clay county. On Simpson creek. In
Coal district. Harrison county, the
Hope company has completed its well 1
On the Joseph Sutton farm and has a 1
good gasser in the Bayard sand.
Ray Isner and others have completed
EVERY CONTRIBUTION OF TWEN
FIVE CENTS WORTH OF TOBAC
OF AMERICA'S FIQHTI
> The West Virgini;
Indorsed by the Seen
Secretary
Load up the pipes of t
Cut out this Coupon, fill it and send
; , buy tobacco for oi
(Each dollar buyi four
Tobacco Fund, The Weat Virginian:
Inclosed find
of tobacco through The West Virgin
men in France.
I understand that each dollar bu:
value of forty-five cents, and that in
a postcard, addressed to me, on whli
V will agree to send me a message of tl
Name
Street Address
CitT...
rl ~ SAVE THK
! AMERICAN FL
NUMBER
l free eat three of these coapons o
ol The West Virginian with U8o cash
with sewed stripes, guaranteed fast c
Realising the need ot ererj family la 1
Flag to display on patriotic holidays, s
number ot our readers at ridiculously s
price ot tags has almost doubled In tlx
to clip t ot the shore ooupons oonsecs
The West Virginign office with 08 cent
&& Rta foi mmt g ncj CTjjed for
L^^GAS^
heir Initial test well on the E. A.
Inoki (arm located on Dog Cpmfort
itream, Is Grant district, Ritchie couny,
and It la dry Is the Injun sand. On
he north fork ot Hughei river, In
Union dlatrlct, Ritchie connty, the
Prey Oil company has completed Its Intial
test on the 7/. E. Tslbott tann
hrougb the Big Injun sand and It Is
try. On Fishing creek, In Grant diexlct,
Weuel county, the Carnegie Gas
:ompany has completed Its first test on
he B. L. Morgan farm ^nd has a fair
;aa well. The West Virginia Traction
:ozspany has completed lis Initial teat
>n th<- John Tennant farm, located on
Miracle run. in Buiteile district, Monongalla
connty, and has a good gasser In
he tilth sand In the Dents run pool,
n Macnlngton district, Marlon coun:y,
the Venture OH company baa comjletjd
lta 3croud tett on the Newton
_ a tiii.i, . a.. l.. _ _
iuu miud iiiuua laiiu huu uao a gasocr
In the fifth bar.J. This location Is 900
test northeast of tbo initial tost drilled
)n this farm.
MANN1NGTON 1
Leave for Far West.
Mr*. Glover Beardsley and children.
/Lunette and Nelson, and maid left yesterday
for their home in Los Angeles.
Cal., after having spent the summer
months with the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. N. Koen. here.
Pastor Goes to New Charge.
Rev. F. M. Malcolm, who has had
charge of the Logansport M. E. Circuit
for the past five yearB, has been transferred
to Jolleytowu. Fa., leaving with
his family for the new charge yesterday.
Rev. Malcolm has the good wishe
sof the community.
Will Consult Specialist.
Peter Stewart and son. Denzel, left
yesterday for Wheeling, where they
will consult a specialist In regard to
the son who has been 111 for the past
two months.
Music Recital.
Thirty vocal and Instrumental musicians
of Cross Roads, including the
church choir of that place, gathered at
the home of J. C. McClellan here Sunday,
and. with the assistants of the
latter and other persons of this city,
rendered a selection of the best musical
numbers, spending a very pleasant
afternoon.
Receive New Machine.
Burt's Japanese Theatre has installed
a new Powers Six A motion picture
machine, which, being up to the
minute in construction will enable
them to give their patrons the very
lest of service.
Held "Roll Call" Session.
The local lodge of Elks held their
annual roll call in their hall last evening.
Refreshments were served following
the meeting
Hotel Arrivals.
The following are registered at Hotel
Bartlett: Jos. A. Voight, O. E
Bethel, W. SI. Bard. \V. E. Caldweh.
F. L. Reed. Wheeling; W. W. Schuitz,
Pittsburgh; J. B. Hutchinson, Cameron;
S. W. Meals. Moundsville; Herman
J. Little. C. A. Nusbaum- Pittsburgh;
F. M. Kent, Parkersburg; C.
E. Reed, Clarksburg; C. J. Howell,
Philadelphia. Pa.
Personals.
Everett SI. Yost returned from Huntington
Sunday evening where he went
as a delegate to the Grand Lodge of
Odd Fellows.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Brown returned
yesterday to their home In
Wheeling after a visit with relatives
bere.
E. N. Paul returned Monday from a
business visit in Wheeling.
j Ingle Masters has returned to
Wheeling after a visifwith his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Masters, here.
Miss Grace Ice. of Burt Hill, is the
juest of friends near Grafton.
Mr. and Mrs. Melntyre, of Shinnston.
are guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Mills, of near Grangeville.
?t. j. sweeney, or Fairmont, was the
guest of friends here yesterday.
Sherwood Magee returned yesterday
to his home in Philadelphia. Pa., aftei
a short visit with his brother. F. P.
Magee and family here.
Mrs. James McDougal is visiting her
TYFIVE CENT8 PUTS FORTY;CO
INTO THE HANDS OF ONE
NO MEN IN FRANCE.
in Tobacco Fund
etary of War and the
of Navy.
he Boys In France.
as much money as you can spare to
tr Fighting Men.
packages of tobacco.)
to buy packages
lan't Tobacco Fund for our fighting
ra four packages, each with a retail
each of my packages will be placed
ch my unknown friend, the soldier,
tanks.
?J
iCOUPON
AG COUPON
155
onsecutiYely numbered it the office
> and get a ber utlful Flag 4x6 feet,
olore.
Fairmont and vicinity tor an American
re hare arranged to supply a limited
mall coat in spite o: the tact that the
> last tew weeks. All yon need do i?
tlTely numbered sad present them at
s in cash and the dag is yours. Ten
?
TtiE WEST VIRGINUyJ.
B.Knott, and little granddaughter,
Elisabeth Leigh, are visitors >
In Berkeley Springe^ - "
Mr. and Mra. P. T. Fitshngh, el Fair
mont, spent the week and with relatires
here.
Mrs. C. S. Cochrane has returned to
her home In Martin's Ferry, Ohio, after
a visit with relatives here.
Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Clarke and chll- (
dren returned yesterday to their home k
In Wadestown alter visiting relatives
here.
Miss Harriett Coleman has gone to
Farmlngton for a short visit with her
uncle, Howard Coleman.
wi.. T>na nil nf Fairmont.
wieo wai; *hi?BV?.| ? - ? ?
spent the week end with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Jones and 1
daughter. Miss Jeannette Morgan, left
today for a visit with Mrs. Jones' |
daughters, the Misses Maude and Mabel
Morgan, who are attending W. Va
Wealeyan college In Buckhannon.
Miss Margaret Nichols, of Wellsburg,
was a reecnt geust of Mrs. C. E. Still- j
lng of Downs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haught. Mrs.
Bock and daughter and Charles Haught |
all of Shlnnston, spent Sunday with
their brother. Harry Haught and family
of Sycamore street.
Jay Sturm was a business visitor In j
Littleton yesterday. i
Professor Thompson, of Clarksburg, j
was the guest of J. C. McClellan on
Clarksburg street Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Charles Baker and |
daughter, of Mett, were the guests of
friends here yesterday.
Miss Amelda Ure, of Welford.
Roane county, is the guest of friends
here.
George Kendall, of State Fork, was
In the city on business yesterday. ;
Mrs. William Moses and children left j
yesterday for a v|j'. iglth relatives in
Moondsville.
Miss Leila M'rcer. of Fairmont,
spent the week end with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Campbell and j
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Metz have return-'
ed from a visit in Mooresville.
Edward Coad, who is employed at
Ford City, Fa., is h?re for a visit with
his family.
[Hmonongah^~j|
Score Board Popular. 1
The many Monongah baseball fans
have been well representing the town !1
at tha electric baseball reports of the
world series furnished by The West ]
Virginian-Fairmont Times score
board. Chicago was the easy favorite
of the local fans, although there
are several sympathizers of the Giants.
Each day that the score board
was operated many of the local enthusiasts
did ont report for their usual
afternoon work, but instead attended
the game.
Hallowe'en Party.
| The first Hallowe'en party to 'be
announced in Monongah this year is
| the one that wil be given by the memj
bers of the Acme society on the even!
tng of October 119. the next regular
j meeting night. Miss Kathervn Price
! will be the hostess at her home on
| Main street.
Aged Mother Dead.
Glen Fleming, Aden Blocker and
George Lelving have returned from
Letart, W. V.a. where they had been
attending the funeral services of Mrs
Henry Leiving, aged SO years The |
daughter of the deceased. Mrs. Cbas ;
Leiving, Miss Lelia Leiving. John {
Leiving and Charles LeivinE also at-1
tended the funeral. Mrs. Henry!
Lelvlng was for over 60 years a res- j
Ident of Letart, W. Va., being among 1
the few old residents of that section i
and one leaving behind her an exten- j
sivo friendship of the younger getier-l
j atinn.
PERSONALS.
I Miss Edna Jones, of Fairmont, was |
in Monongah yesterday evening at
tending the meeting of the Acme so
ciety.
Willard Hall was in Fairmont yes;
terday evening as a business cqller.
Miss Marie Hough, of Fairmont,
l was In town calling on local friends.
| While here she visited Miss Helen
Mort.
Virgil Hetzcl was in Fairmont yesterday
evening as a business caller.
Paul Jones aws among the recent
out of town social chllers in Fair
mont.
Tony Thropa was in Fairmont yesterday
calling on friends and attending
to business.
John Talbott of ChJefton, was in
Monongah yesterday evening calling
on friends and relatives.
Earl Vincent who has been painting
in Monogah for the past several
weeks accepted a position this morning
with J. A. Anderson of Fairmont
Clyde Toothman was in Fairmont
yesterday afternoon attending to Visiness.
DANGEROUS TOPICS.
HAYWOOD, W. Va., Oct. 16.?"The ,
High CoBt of Living" and the war are
not tabooed as topics of conversation
in the Haywood postoffice, though
Postmaster L. W. Martin has up a
| sign: "8wearin\ Cussln'. Politicks are
i not allowed In this P. O."
i|Uw o/? I jtmr I tjj
CTfilB I
Bruises and Sprains
* Have Sloan'* Liniment handy for
bruises and sprains and all pains and
aches. ? Quick relief follows its
prompt application. No need to
rub. It quickly penetrates to the
trouble and drives out the pain.
Cleaner than mussy plasters or ointments.
Sloan's Liniment does not
stain ths skin nor clog the pores.
For rheumatic aches, neuralgia,
tig owls. ! => lwklxalw, pMt.
ttrvl-T, sad aprStaa? <* ? adU.
C-.hiii. #gd bsstta st afl dr aetata
Wa.J0a.ll3h
????
ik MOT
OrEHSJjjS till
Several Juvenile Cases Disposed
of in Chambers
This Morning.
Intermediate court met In Its October
session this morning with Judge
Vincent 1n chambers. A number of
egal matters were disposed of.
In the action of James R. Baker, et
il., vs. Henry T. Baker a final report
was submitted to the court. A tie:ree
of Judge Vincent confirmed the
same.
This afternoon at 2 o'clock the
locket was read. There are several
hundred cases on the list. Fully 1,00
ire criminal cases and as there will
he no Jury at this term these cases
will be disposed of later.
Judge Vincent this morning held a 1
session of Juvenile court. In the I
-\r-/">cornUnn nf tKo Clntn va rMwl/lIn I
Burroughs .aged 12 years, and Mack'
redesco, aged 14 years, the two boys
who broke into the Childen shop last
sight, the trial Was set for Wednesday
morning at 9 o'clock. In the
meantime the boys are in the care
of the probation officer.
Another Juvenile case was tried In
that of the State vs. Edward Ilornlreck.
uged 12 years, of Burttown. and
Arlle Eddy, aged 11 years, of Jericho,
who were charged with defacing property
in the vicinity of Manniugton
Pleas of guilty were entered. They
were placed in the care of the pro
hation officer. Attorney W. M. Hess, j
of Mannlngton, represented the boys. I
First Fell From Tree
And Then From Grace
John Straight was before Mayor
owcn this morning charged with being
drunk. He was arrested yesterday
evening by Policemen Digman at the
corner of Main and Madison streets.
At court this morning he admitted
to being drunk and when asked as to
where he secured nis intoxicants told
a long story. Some few days ago he
tell from the top oi an apple tree, inuring
one of his legs and was iorced
to retire from work for several days.
Yesterday he went to Annabelle where
he was given some sparkling wine by
a few colored residents of that town,
later coming to 1- aumout and being
arrested for drunkenness. i
After hearing the case Mayor Bowen
imposed a fine of five dollars and
Straight was dismissed. '
TELEPHONE
Every resour<
of this compa
and the whol
is being draw
that the telep
of commerce
may be met.
We are trying
both the govt
and the publi
If now and tl
there should
we ask
your thought:
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t
NOTICE TO
New Express Car Schedi
On above date an extra
mont-Clarksburg service a
Leave Fairmont
Arrive Clarksburg
Leave Clarksburg
Arrive Lumberport
Leave Lumberport
Arrive Fairmont
Car operating between
ton will be changed to the
Leave Clarksburg
Arrive Fairmont
. Leave Fairmont
Arrive Mannlngton
Leave Mannlngton
Arrive Fairmont V,
r a... T7-I
wco?o cauiuuuv t
Cars operating between
and between Clarksburg j
changed.
Monongahela Va
E.
A.
??
VEK^OB^
FOREMAN BOWERS
PAYS TRIBUTE
TO NERV-WORTD?
c
o
"Greatest Remedy I Hav^ u
Ever Known," Declares =
a Grateful User.
v
The Kerr-Worth ?gent at Martlnsburg.
W. Va., received the following eloquent
signed statement Just a tew days ago. 7
It was made by W. H. Bowers, a foreman
in Martlnsburg Interwoven Mills, a
widely known and highly esteemed ..
citizen. Says Mr. Bowers: ?
"1 have suffered jrom stomach trou- C
ble and indigestion for 15 years. Food
did not digest. Formed a gas in my e
stomach which greatly interfered with n
my heart action. And I was very _
weak. Could not eat a meal without ~
bloating.
"Have tried all the remedies I could 7
learn of to get retef but nothing did
me any good until ' purchased a bot- ..
tlo of Nerv-Worth. NOW ALL MY _
TROUBLES HAVE DISAPPEARED F
and I can eat anything I want and dlgest
it. Am gaining in strength and
feel fine. I recommend Nerv-Worth 17;
to all. us I think It is the greatest'
remedy l have ever known of. It ccr- _
talnly straightened me out. F
"W. H. BOWERS,
"525 West John Ft., Martlnsburg." &
Crane's drug store sells Nerv-Worth =
In Fairmont. Your dollar back If the
famous family tonic does not do for you ?
what it did for Mr. Bowers.
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KEEP SHOES NEAT t
ON YOUR FEET ! KS ~
EASY.WAY
EVERY DAY^SSgfcS* jEVERY
TIME ^531
SAVE A DIME Jj}g V
I tete1 [a"?*
| FINE SHOE POUSHtJ |
' L
? d
HObsES FOR SALE y
( UK SALE?o-roum souse wltb bath i
Big lot. Apply 325 Jefferson utieet 11
4-20-tt :>'u 22;; b
? T
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Y
FOR SALE?Store. For particulars _
call Straight's store. At Grays
1 Flats, W. Va. 10-S-tf.2333.
' ' F
RESERVES
* |
my !
e Bell system ij
n upon c
hone needs |
and the nation
; to serve well \
;rnmeut :
ic.
ten j
be service delays,
: t
Ful consideration.
i SHIPPERS I
lie Effective Oct. 18,1917.
car will be added to Fair- {
.nd will operate as follows: 1
10:15 A. M.
13:20 P. M.
2:25 P. M.
3:20 P. M.
3:35 P. M.
5:15 P. M. _
Clarksburg and Manning- *
following schedule: v
8:25 A. M. *
10:30 A. M. ?
T. 11:30 A.M. f
12:50 P. M. %
1:20 P. M. '<
... 2:45 P. M.
3:30 P. M. |
Clarksburg and Fairview |
and Weston will not be s
lley Traction f
C. BOWMAN, General Supt
B. COLE, G. P. a. F. A. J
r 'Is
___
LOST and rou: .D
OST?Sunday, parte with name W.
M. McCoy, Maslllon, O.. In purse,
dntalned 5:5.00 and exemption papers
1 John Williams. Reward it returned
a Box 2971 West Virginian.
_ 10-lS-2t-2971
HELP WANTED?MALE
7ANTED?Men. Steady work. Helmtck
Foundry Machine Co.
. S24-tf-274?
WANTED?Pick and shovel laborers.
Apply on work at Rlvesvllle, W. Va.
'aw Paw district road work. Ridge
iros. Contractors. 10-8-12t-2935
)PERATE nnn.pnmnilos}ftn r-an 1 a-?c.
tate business. Capital and expertnco
unnecessary. Write Non-Coinlission
Agency, Lima, Ohio.
10-12-6t-295S
KOOMS?FURNISHED
'OR RENT?Furnished room, second
floor 224 Washintgon street. Genemen
only. 10-9-St-2942
'OR RENT ? Furnished rooms, 14
Rhea Terrace. Phone 792-R.
10-10-3t-2948
OR RENT ? Light Housekeeping
rooms. 304 Quincy St. 10-15-3t-297S
OR RENT?2 or c furnished or unfurnished
rooms. S14 Coleman aveue.
10-15-6t-2979
HOUSES FOR RENT _
OR RENT ? House of four rooms.
Call Bell phone 590.R. 10-13-3t-29t>2
OR RENT ? Edgemont two-story 7room
house, bath basement, water,
as, one square from car line. E. E.
etrick. 803 Benoni Ave. 10-13-21-2909
OR RENT?One four-room house. Ap
ply 804 Locust Ave. 10-15-3t-29S0
WANTED
PANTED?5000 old feather beds.
Highest cash prices paid. Mail orers
promtply attended to. Write
ullman Feather Company, P. O. Box
771, West Virginian. S-31-tf-2771
PANTED?Old false teeth. Don't
matter if broken 1 pay 32.00 to
15.00 per set. Send by parcel post
nd receive check hv return mail.
,. Mazer, 2007 S. Fifth Street, Philaelphia.
Pa. 10-12-6t-2951)
ALSE TEETH?We pay as high as
$17.50 per set for old false teeth, no
latter if broken; also gold crowns,
ridge work. Mail to Burner's Falae
eeth Specialty, 22 Third St., Troy, W.
'., and receive caih by return mall.
10-15-26t-2977
FOR SALE
UK HALE ? Salt rising and yeast
home made bread. Also pies and
akes. Apply 402 Quincy street.
D-24-26t-2S7G
PERSONALS
ORS5ETIERE?Representing Splrella
Corset. SOS Gaston Ave.
10-6-4t-2929.
j CIT* IKES j
; A discount of per cent will 3
! be allowed on City taxes for 2
i prompt payment. Do not wait 8
j until the last minute. Pay 2
now and avoid the rush of the J i
j last few days. It will save you 3 ]
i time and money. 2
j J. C. ROBINSON. City Treasurer 5 !
Yoor Interests and j
Your Country's 1
Are Inseperable?
Buy
Liberty Bonds
Do your duty to your country.
Do your duty to tbe soldiers
and eallors -who -will fight tor
you.
Your country needs your money
to carry on a successful warfare?the
only kind of warfare
your country has ever waged.
Subscribe to the Liberty Loan
today.
We Invite you to subscribe at
our bank.
The Fairmont
Trust Company
J
^i
| 117- HATSOEVER m
* VV fires, whatsov*
2 whatsoever developet
n ' fires or fire breeding
5 any worth of manftoi
5 you, think of these th
i F. E. NI
5 INSU1
6 Masonic Temple
r~i\
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ADVERTISING!
iftV '.'CMH WITH ORDER V
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FABMB FOR SALS <9
FOR 8ALE?My farm of 116 acres.
nine room house. cellar, water at
door, 4 miles from railroad, 54 mile
from High school, church and amali
town. This farm bat 40 acree of second
bottom land, barn 32x33, slate 31
root and basement, stable, cattle, 9
barn 20x30, slate roof, calf shed 16x 9
20, wagon shed, 20x30, coal and oil
unsold, plows, barrow, hay forks,
mower, rake, corn plow and two milk
cows, all for 14250. Possession any
time; easy terms. Call or address
E -M. Duncan. Freeport. Ohio.
FOR SALE ? 60 acre farm, good 2story
house, with cellar; barn and I
other buildings; farming tools; two
hAAri hr.rsifla ti honrl ?ortU ?;
| v _ . VVMV) v W|?| 41V
chickens, cream separator, plus. 1
enough rough feed to winter stock;
1% miles to town with good graded
school, churches, cream station, river
sand road. Price for all, $3,000 from
owner. Mrs. Rhoda Hutson. Reedsvllle, ~ M
Ohio. Rt Xo. 1. 10-13-4t-3?63
FOR SALE?Fine plantations, 300 up 9
- to 3,340 acres, near Richmond. Fine jfl
stock, grain, grass snd tobacco (arms. V fl
S. M. McCutcheon, Blackstone, Va.
10-1MLM74
HELP WAN^D?FEMALE |9
WANTED?Qlrl for general housework.
Apply 584 J Bell phone.
10-13-3t No. 3968. '
WANTED?School teacher on "Rural I
Dist. Address Box 2970, West Vlr- 1
Slnlan. 10-l&-3t-2970. H
WANTED ? A girl. Apply Friday
Woolen Mills Tailoring Co. Next " I
door to Princess Theatre. 10-16-4t-2976 ||
WANTED?Laundress to work 5y day" "vdSM
Phone 1044. 1015-8t-W7S
WANTED?White girl lor general
housework. Phono 1044. 10-15-3t-2972
DOGS AND BIBD8 <1
FOR SALE ? Female Beagle twelve
weeks old; should work by December.
Old Beagle well broken, for sale
November tenth. Write or call J. A. jfl
Clelland, Hammond. W. Va. - 31
10-16-lt-2976
Professional Cards
26 years practical <1
experience. Qlassea turnlshed in w
one hour. With " ,. ^
A. B. Scott & Company. 1
JEWELER3. ,|
i MRS. W. A. TUCKER | I
CORSETIERE
g Representing Nubone Corsets. 8
g Bell 48V J 326 Monroe St ? jl
i DR. A. B. SMITH, M
\ OSTEO?ATHIC PH YSICIAN
AND EYE SPECIALIST. "
Glasses ot all Kinds correctly
; Btied. Salislactlon guaranteed.
! Hall Block over Martin's Drug
! Store.
Phone 861 R. fa
M. R. FRANTZ Jg
Successor to Walker & Kelley ' 1
GENERAL IN8URANCE.
Fire, Accident and Surety Bond*
Fleming Bldg., Over Hall Hardware
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
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