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1V / Local Readings
* //WWcV F. P. Hall. Ob.
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Jvt, A er clear: temperature.
maximntn 56.
c.-.'f* minimum 17: precipitation
Re$ Men's hall ? Marion Lodge, K.
ol P.
Meccabee 'hall ? Woman's Benefi:
Ass'n of Maccabees.
Elks' home?Fairmont Lodge.
Odd Fellows' hail?^iarion Lodge. T.
O. O. F. j
Cunningham hall ? Ladies' Order of
Golden Lints.
Willard hall?W. C. T. V. meeting.
Skinner building?Royal Neighbors.
Normal school?Normal vs. Y. M. C.
A. at basketball at S:15 p. m.
- Y. M. C. A.?Membership contest dinner.
Taylor County Man Here?William.
Dent, chairman of the Taylor county 1
draft board was'in Fairmont this morn 1
ing and while here visited at the office
of the local draft board.
Will Enter Service?Ralph Butler,
left Fairmont yesterday evening for;
?Washington wher he expects to enter:
military training.
Lincoln Schools Did Well?Splendid
????"1- ?'" <i/?>ntMnliclti?H h vfh#? schools i
|3r " Ui Mk. TV AO -
of Lincoln .district in the Salvation,
f.' Army war work fund, there having!
been S90.S5 gathered. Prof. P. M i
Connelly, the superintendent of that \
district, was very active in this cause, j
Luring the present week J. W. Wiegcl.1
the county manager, expects to have!
bis report in shape for publication.
Harrell Meetings Close?Rev. F. .1
Harrell. of Waco. Texas, who had conducted
a ten days* evangelistic mcc tr
ing in the First Baptist church in this ;
city, closed the meeting on Sunday |
night and left yesterday evening fo: '
Belingten where he will conduct a sim- j
liar meeting. During the ten davs approximately
fifty persons professed ;
conversion and the meeting was sonerally
regarded as the most successful ;
f" revival ever conducted in this church.
Arrested at Mannington?Mike Boski.
an Italian, was arrested at Mannington
last evening for having twelve ,
quarts of whiskey in his possession.
The arrest was made by Chief of Po|
lice Wilcox antl he was brought here!
and placed in the county jail. Charges ;
have been preferred against him.
Mrs Cole bank Better?Mrs. C. IT i
Colebank who underwent an operatiori !
yesterday at Cook Hospital for ap- j
pendicitis is doing nicely today.
Joined Khorassens?Last night at I
Clarksburg thirteen candidates were?
initiated into Tan Temple. Damatic I
Order of the Knights of Khorassan. j
the "playground" of the Knights of!
Pythias and among the candidates
were Charles V. Redic of Mountain j
City Lodge and Waiter Layman of j
Marion Lodge of Fairmont. Among j
FoimirtntArs "nrrsrnt wore :
Gu7 Smith and Arlington ralmor.
Going to Morgantown?Fa.irmr.ntci>
who belong to the Knights of Korussen
have been informed that Tau Temple,
of Clarksburg will hold a ceremonial
session at Morgantown on Monday
night. March IS.
The Church Canvas?Complof* Toturns
have not yet been made in 'lie
church canvass of Fairmont. The
S teams covering the Fifth and Sixth
wards have not yet finished their work '
Woodmen's Big Class?On Monday j
evening. March 4. White Oak Camp, j
Woodmen of the World will initiate a
class of between 7.0 and *40 at their ;
meeting which will be held in the Flcm
ing building.
Financial Statement Filed?At the
office of the county clerk today the j
annual financial statement of the Fi- .
delity & Deposit company of Maryland ,
!" ' was filed for record, mc assets are i
B? S12.034.691.OS and the surplus and nn {
Bp divided profits are SI.S12.322.7-1.
I Guardians Appointed?These guar-'
ty court: Margaret A. Fluharty lias :
r- . of the late George W. Fluharty. Bond j
P to the sum of $30 in each case was given.
malting a. total of $330. J. E. Mores
has ben named as guardian of EphBj>'
ratm. James G. and Elmus Hayhurst.
Infant heirs Of James B. Hayhurst. j
B' Bonds in the sum of $300 in each case. '
unarm ting to $900 was furnished. D. !
E; " WANTED?Gir! for general house-1
work. Country girl preferred.1
Ispfcr 106 Main street. 2-lS-3t SISIfc
r* i 1
?. Smith haa been appointed administrator
d- h. il. of the personal property
of the late Robert L. Reed. The
bond Is $2,500. . .
Joins Signal Corps?Harold H- Tet-j
rick has joined the land division of the i
Kintal corps and is now on hi* way ton
Fort Leavenworth. Kansas. He Is a'
resident of Fairmont and was volun-J
'ariiv inducted into military service'
by the local draft board. He left fori
the western cantonment yesterday. (
That Indictment?Not a little comment
has been made on the clever in-'
dictmect which was read at the Marion
County Bar Association banquet;
in honor to ert-Governor Fleming. It
was learned today that the document
aa< a product of the mind of Attorney
Henry S. Lively, who with Hon. E. Jl.
Showalter, drifted the unique document.
- Reduced the Capital?At the office
of ihe county clerk today a certificate .
of incorporation was filed, having been j
received from the state department at ;
Charleston. in which the E. H. Jennings
Bros, companv. coal operators.
tt-o-r ranifst from five mi!
iiun dollars to S%)<>,000. T'nder the !
chapter they are incorporated to mine 1
coal and manufacture steel and coke.
I leadijuarters are in Newark, N. J . but
there are interests -hi this county.
Ministers' Certificate Filed?Today
at the office of the county court Rev.
Walter >T. Jennings. of the Baptist
church, filed, a certificate showing
that Claude B. Hucy and Ethel Gale
Cutter were married on February 16.
Tempyr Work Tonight?Crusade ,
Commandery No. 6. Knights Templartvil
confer the three orders at tonights !
meeting in Masonic Kail commencing ;
at 7 o'clock.
Shriners Ceremonial Session?Npxt'
Saturday Osiris Temple. Ancient Arabic
Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine
will hold a ceremonial seSSjon at. the
teat,tie in Wheeling. A number oT
Kairmonters will make the trip.
Explosive License?W. E. Johnson
of Fairmont was today granted a pur- ,
cliasc.-." high explosive license by A. :
U. Martin, cot nty clerk.
Heme from Cumberland?A. C. Martin.
county clerk is home from a trip .
to Cumberland.
Passed the Exam.?Deputy Sheriff
Robin A. Hood has passed the physical
examination before the county draft i
board at Mannington. i
Deeds Fi'^ ?These deeds have been
filed for fecord with A. G. Martin.!
county clerk: Clermont Cemetery Co.. i
rn i-h.-irles R. Ifunsaker. lot No. S in i
CloiTnont cemetery in Grant district.
SSfl. Harry V. .Scott and wife to!
Nellie G. Bailey, a parcel or land in
Fairmont district. SI. Grace T.,. Bar-:
Iterr-nd husband to Bruce W. Transit,
a pa-eel of land in the city of Fairmont.
S1200. Georse IV. Beatty and
wife to Maude D. Huey. a parcel of
land on T-ons Drain, Buffalo reek in 1
Maunintglon district. Millard If. Beat
ty to Maude D. Huey a parcel of land
on Lone Drain of Buffalo creek in Mannington
district. $1.
Over One Hundred Young
Members Have Gone
Into the Service.
Over one hundred members of the J
Ymmc Men's Christian As-)
so iation are now in government ser-.
vice. Tiie one hundred young Fair-,
mooters who have answered their,
country's call are among the most ac-;
tive members of the association and j
their absence is realized more than !
ever doing the present membership
Their places must be taken by other,
young Fairmonters. meaning that many ;
new memberships must be secured .
during the present campaign to keep |
the old association up to standard. !
In view of the many young men who j
have entered the service irom the local !
institution and others that have taken !
up Army V. M. C. A. work, it is not j
difficult to realize the significance of j
'he campaign motto. "Maintain the'
Home Base." which is printed on each :
campaign book.
The Fairmont Young Men's Chris- i
tian Association has been a real live
base in furnishing men for Cncle Sam
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\. ?"f& GOOD f-OR X J
Amelia Talace. built by Brigham
Younir. Mormon, for his youngest and ;
prettiest v. ;"o. v. j 1 soon have u new :
mistress?Adr-lo Blood, wealthy act-,
re:-.?. Aticle has purchased the Utah '
and will fumijh many others in the
The list of the men in service as
printed in the campaign booklet is as !
Arch V. Adams. Geo. I. Andrews.'
T. J. Achcraft. Jr.. I". Ttu\ Alha, Geo.
A. Barnes. H. C. Brake. Kev. J. C.
Brootr.field. Carl J. Carter. Kenna '
Clark. Guy Crigler. Lec Roy Crowl.;
Leslie L.-Cook. J. C. Cox. Edward Dar
ney. Zeke Davis. Lindsay Frame. Tomj
Free land. Robert Furman. J. Clarence;
Faw. Lloyd Furbec. Arlie Grimes. Joe:
Hartley. Herbert Hamilton. Howard'
Hawkins. Ralph Hamilton. Fred Heint-j
r.elman. Leo Hood. P. H. Isenhart.;
Louis I.ange. Oapt. Claude Layman. J
Victor Lcvelle. A. M. Jacobs. J. W.;
Kight. Wm. Mackel. Jr.. John W. Ma- j
son. Jr.. Archie-Meredith. Floyd Mor-;
row. Orville Xav. W. D. North. Arthur
F. Fitter. Frank Payne. Dr. R. H.!
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I'UW I'll, ?,1lMdIU Ml* 11.
Smitb. Julian Stoaley. Gray Stump. H.!
J. Orthoefer. C. J. Ramsey, Venton
Riggs. Homer C. Toothman. Brvon
Tonnant. H. D Wade. O. A. Watsou.
G. I.yle Watson. Heber Van Gilder.
Gorgas Going After
Rumor Mongers:
(By A?--vlntO'l Prc??>
WASKJXGTOM. Feb. If.?Surgeon!
General Gorcas today started an active ;
campaign against rumor spreaders by!
inviting tno asr.itauce of every citizen;
in tlie effort to trace even.' sensational'
siorv regarding tiie heaith or condi-1
tion of living of soldiers.
A report that lt> soldiers had frozen <
to death at Camp McClelland. Annis-;
cm. Ala., is the latest to come to thei
attention of the surgeon general. This !
si try has since been traced to three!
soldiers v.-ho have been 011 leave from
e:\mp McClelland. ;
Major General Charles G. Morton j
commanding the "blue and gray divis-l
ions"' made the following comment on:
the case.
. "Men who spread such rumors ac-l
complish a great deal of harm. They
cause mothers and fathers unneccs-j
sarv apprehension as to tfie treatment!
being accorded their sons in the niiiitary
service. There is no suffering
here due to cold, lack of shelter, lack
of food or lack of anything else which
contributed to physical comfort.
Premier Tells Why
"D nVvovfoAn Wont!
(B? Assoc :a tc<l TYeseV
LOXDOX. Fob. IS.?Premier T.Ioyd
George today made in the House of;
Commons his eagerly awaited state-j
ment regarding the recent army chang-1
He said the government was anx-i
i iour, to retain ihe services of General i
Sir Wiliiam Robertson as chief or staff
iso long as it was compatible upon the j
policy decided upon m common with \
Great Britains allies.
The Premier said the policy of the|
government was based upon ihe as-1
sumption that the allies had suffered j
in the past through lack of concerted j
and coordinated effort. It had been;
?< i't*.-! to set tip a central authority!
to coordinate strategy of the allies. '
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Lack of Mexican Oil May
Shut Down Munitions
(By Assoc!ateCr Presr)
WASHINGTON. Feb. IS ?The Genera:
Electric company has notified the
Navy department that it shortly will
have to shut down three of its great
plants engaged on war orders for the
United States and the allies because
the Shipping boards action in taking
tank steamers of the Gulf Refining
coming for overseas traffic has cut oh"
its supply of fuel oil.
The ships employed in the trade between
the Mexicon oil fields and American
gulf ports were taken over recently
aion< with a great many other
?9nL-o:-c and rarto carriers lo
supplement the merchant fleet supplying
the naval and military forces
The situation has been brought to
the attention of the Shipping board
with a request that some arrangement
be made immediately for delivering oil
supplies to necessary industries.
Philippi Man New
State Game Warden
By Associated ITc?s?
CHARLESTON. \V. Va? Feb. 19 ?
Gov. Corn well today announced the
appointment of Charles W. Brandcn.
of Philippi. as state forest, game and
fish warden to succeed J. A. Viquesney
of Belington. whose term of office expired
this month and who a few weeks
ago announced his intention of retiring
from office for the purpose of entering
Mr. Branden is appointed for a term
of four years and will assume office tomorrow.
February do. His headquarters
will be located at Philippi. He
formerly was circuit clerk of Barbour
county for two terms.
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which will be of a patriotic nature
but the Washington's birthday pro
sr.mis proper will he rendered at the
Central school for the East side of the
C. W. Evans .chairman of the speakers'
bureau, thinks it is a mistake to
have celebrations on Thursday and
trusts that entertainments planned for
that day or night be changed to day
wherever it is possibles He arruc.
that it is Just as convenient to hold
such programs on Friday as Thursday
and that a Washington's birthday celebration
at any other time than on
Washington's birthday is like "Hamlet
with Hamlet left out."
John W. Davis is
Probing Hog Island
'By Associated Pressl
WASHINGTON. Feb. 13.?Investigation
of all phases of the enormous expenditures
in building of government
ship yards at Hog island. Pa.. has
been started by secret service men and
other agents of the department of justice.
I'pon the return to Washington
today of Attorney General Gregory it
became known that Solicitor General
Davis, acting in his absence, had
launched the inquiry ordered by President
Mr. Gregory conferred with the so
licitor general and approved his action.
It is expected that in line with
the president's suggestion that attorney
general will name a special assistant
to conduct the investigation
but this probably will now be done until
after the preliminary inquiry now
under way have developed reports upon
which to work.
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Baroness Huson de Carceaac has
offered, through the French Consulate
at New Orleans, her famous Chateau
de Jlesine St. Denis in France as
a Hospital lor wouuueu i.uuiciaut. oV*uiors.
Miss Dort. Elizabeth Hannoa has
the distinctio nof being the fust of
New York girl conductors of the surface
cars to wed. her newly actio:red
husband being Chief Petty Officer
Lawver. V. ?>. N.
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' ham. President Hartley was author-'
! ized to appoint a committee to submit-:
j a revised set of by-laws and a new
; constitution at the next annual meetting
of the association in which nemj
bers of the Young Women's depart
ment will be represented on the board '
of directors.
Miss Grace Foster, secretary of the j
Young Woman's department gave a;
short talk on the work that is being
! done in this department. The report
I was interesting and showed that the :
' rapid development of girls' activities, j
j For the beueiit of girls r.ow bplongins |
' to this department, a twenty per cent |
t' discount in the cost of membership
; will be given.
Those attending the Red and Blue :
! get-together meeting ar.d the annual |
j meeting of the association last night j
; are as follows:
' 1). A. Maurer. T.. V. Carpenter, Hugh |
V. Smith, Marjory s. Haas. Ruth W.j
: Fleming. Ann J Joyce. Mrs. Arthur!
' Martin. Dortha Howard. Vera Francis.:
: Smith Hood. V". J. Wiagel. Ernest :
Shcrrsrd. Paul TV*. l.ange. T. H. Pier- ;
son. J. M Hartley, t". H. Dunlap, W. i
j H. Spedden. Anthony Bowen. Shannon i
i Alien. Joe Greer. A. M. Jacobs. Ross
j A. Watts. J. f. Miller. Fred Helmlck.
Otis G. Wilson, Francis Blosson, James 1
O. Watson. W. A. Hustcad, H. E. En-j
g!e. Edna M. Jacobs. A. J. Kern. C. E. j
J Hutchinson, A. C. Polk. J. M. Jacobs.:
Mrs. C. E. _ Hutc hinson. Mrs. O. F. j
' Rough. Dorcas Prfchard. Robt. T. Cun
ningham. Margaret Ire. Joseph Rosier, j
! Ivy I. Hustead. Florence 11. Richard-'
| son. Margaret Rath Smith. Ret ha;
. Mann. Cora M. Boweii. G. W. Blicbley.!
1'aul Hani'iton. M. Mi-Is. Tievey Xutj
tcr. S. M. Eccles. H. C. Owen. Clyde
: A. Hill, Bailey Hupp. Robert G. Smith.
! S. Rav Toothman. Mitchell Mills. W.
i E. Buckcv. C. H. Bloom. W. E. Hamil-;
j ton. <'!?rence D. Mitchell. A. G. Mar-j
i tin. I\. A. itoi'k. Geo. H. Brobzt. Mrs. !
J C. Richard Jinll. Ralpi: H. Regan. Wa!- j
tcr Finiev. Edgar R. Worthington. W.
i X. En al e. !
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Hcpes Surgery Will
Restore Usefulness!
j J. TR BircUcr. an aged citizen of:
j Monongalia county who resides near)
' Wadcstown was admitted to Fairmont i
i Hospital No. .'I today suffering with a!
I tubercular limb. Mr. Bircher is an I
j old citizen and until lie became afflict- j
j ed with the diseased limb was an in-i
| liasirious men. The leg has incapi-j
j rated him trom labor and he entered)
j the Iior.pital with the hopes that a
, bone might he removed and he may be
' restored to health again and thus be
j abie to resume his occupation. He'
) had to drive ten miles tlirousfh the
j mad in order to reach the street car:
; iine at Fairvicw.
Nine Horses Perish
In Burning Barn j
? A fire, the origin of which is tin-1
known. destroyed a barn near Wyatt
1 Saturday and nine horses, all owned |
j l?v Sam Polino. tiic well Known local
I contractor, were burned to death. The:
' horses were ai! valuable and it is like,
Jy that the loss will amount to several
j t hoasand of dollars.
[ Pclino is now completing a contract
i at Wyatt and was engaged in woik at
j that town at the time of the fire. The
I fire was first discovered about 1 j
1 o'clock the morning, too late to res- j
cue the animals.
Private Funeral For !
Capt. Vernon Castle
'By Associated Press!
! XEW YORK. Feb. 19.?Private milti
tary funeral services for Captain Ver,
lion Cat ie of the Royal flying corps. _
. who was killed in an aeroplane acci-j
' "* Wr\fth TPY3S last. F*ri- I
, I UVUl Ul, A Kft ?, .. v>i #... ?.
| <iay. were held today at the Little
! Church Around the Corner. The rec|
tor of the church, the Rev. Dr. George
: D. Houghton, and the Rev. Dr. Herbert
! I? Shi pin an. chaplain of the 104th
j Field Artillery. L". S. A., officiated. A
j detachment of the Royal Flying corps
j escorted the body to the church. The
i pallbearers were officers from the Flyj
it:g corps.
i 'WASH1XGTOX. Feb. 19. ? Eight;
I men have been injured in an explosion ,
of a cartridge case during target prac-j
tice ott the cruisr Montana. A brief!
report to the navy department today |
' carried no details of the accident and j
did not give the tinmen of the men ]
; hurt. j
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Miss Virginia Gaskill hu rttumed
from Flkin* where she had spent the
week end with friends.
J. H. Rowr.nd has returned from a
visit to Xew York and Atlantic City. :
! Mrs. Rowand and mother Mrs. Sara,
! Cunningham who had spent the winter i
I at Atlantic City will remain there for j
I several week* longer.
Mrs. John R Baker of Keyser Is i
the guest of her parents Jlr. and Mrs.'
J. G. MerriSeld.
Miss -fane Richards of Prnntytown
returned home yesterday after spending
the week end with her sister Miss !
Anna Richards on :be East Side.
Joan T. Latham an aged resident f.f?!
tfce tas*. Side is improving from a s? j
vere illness. Kis wife is now quite ill {
<r.: her home.
Mrs. Miles Frankicbeiry i? recover-!
I ing from an illness with pneumonia .
Mrs. Heath Jones underwent an cp
cralioa this rot ruing at Cook hospital.
! TTe saw it stated in The West vir- j
gini ;n that the peaches had not been t
killed by the unusually severe winter !
we have had. tVhile we hate to be :
a calamity howler we must say that j
whoever gave this information must
have examined the leaf buds. On Sun- j
day I made an examination of the buds |
of several trees and failed to find ev- !
en one live bud. On one small branch *
; here was 56 fruit buds and Just 56 j
dead ones. Mr. Harry McElfresh who I
was for several years a peach crower 1
jn Hampshire county examined many
trees st out here and some in Manning'
ton district without finding a lire j
The fruit buds are the larger, more
plump buds?often laying in pairs on j
each side of a leaf bud. The leaf j
buds are small and slim. To examine t
them take a sharp knife and make a !
cut across the bud about or slightly j
below the center. The bud should ;
be firm and solid through with a green ;
isfc white germ In center. If rather j
soft and spongy with a small brown ;
spot in center it is dead.
Mrs. Hannah McElfresh spent the j
latter part of last week visiting her J
brother's family at Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks of Mop- ,
gantown spent the week end visiting i
her aunt Mrs. Charles Hall.
Miss Li'.a Morris of Fairmont spent
SunJav at the home of J. H. Snider.
Mr. Lewis Burnwoun 01 ruujio- I
nia 1s visiting bis uncle Liston Bprn-!
tvourtli. '
Fred, the small son of J. D. Bow-;
man lias been sick for the past week.; '
but is better at this writing. ;
A two weeks protracted service
closed night with fifteen conversions
and three renewals and a general revival
amongst the members of the 1
church. Rev. O. C. Philips is pastor.
Many Lend Glasses
To Government
The collection of "Eyes for the
Navy" in the offices of City Clerk Ai
bert J. Kem is gradually increasing. (
Several prominent citizens have re- (
cently brought in their binoculars, <
field glasses, opera glasses, spy glasses
and other glasses, some of them .
very expensive, to lend to the government.
To date there ere eight instruments '
ready ro he shipped to Washington. A ;
shipment from Fairmont will be made
up within the ne.it few days. The foi- i
lowing have contributed: O. S. Mc- '
Kinney. A. J. Kern. Howard Woodward.
Charles E. Sidweil. C. L. Shaver.
Lute Brown. Prof. Walter Barnes. |
Commissioner J. Walter Barnes.
John Carrico is in
Serious Condition \
John Carrico. aged about Co. who 1
was seriously injured in an accident '
which occurred at the Pollack coal <
?wni ia r/tnntv RAvaral J
iUiuco iu inwuu^^u. i _
weeks ago is a?lical'^ -1 at Fairmont i
hospital today and little hopes are en- i
tertained for his recovery. Carrico
was engaged in transporting coal i
across the river from the mine to ;
the railroad and was caught in the ]
chains of the conveyor and so badly ;
crushed about the lower part of the j
body that it was feared he would sue- <
cumb at the time to his injuries. He
was brought to Fairmont hospital Xo. j
:: and improved for awhile. However j
lie suffered a relapse and Is thought
to be in a dying condition today. ,
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the preparation of prices front Aspnt
last to January of this year before goin
into the difficnlt work of com put- : H
ins cost of production in 191S- The
committee feels that it is Wisdom to ' jB
have the latest figures prepared first
inasmuch as they will be more im- - M-gl
port ant in the event that the data ..'.-J
should be called for before all the costs
required hare been reported by the
many operators of the region.
New Plans for Jobbers' Margins.
Dr. H. A. Garfield. Federal Fuel Ad- y 1
ministrator. has reaffirmed previous
rulings that coal confiscated under
government orders previous to Jar.
IS may be billed at the contract price
upon which the original shipment was A
made. Coal shipped after that date . jH
must be billed at government price
but the shipper may add fifteen cents
a ton covering ofti'-e expenses providing
the coal had been shipped on a (J
bona-fide contract. If the coal was
shipped at government price ft mus*
be billed at that figure.
Dr. Garfield has anounced the new
pian for jobbers margins, effective *
April 1 tnjt April 11 as announced in
some Pittsburg papers of Mondays
which was forecasted in rues* columns
several days ago. The na?
item appeared in some of the Sunday
newspapers and was m the bulletin
issued by the National Coal Association
last Saturday. The jobbers mast
look to the operators for their commissions
after April 1 but the producers*
prices will be raised slightly. I s
The National Coal association is
working on a uniform contract which'
will be .submitted to the Federal Fuel;
Administration. It was suggested by.
operators of the Pocahontas field. In'
the even: that the government adopts
the suggestion i' will probably be
made to cover all coal fields in all region*.
T .
Hit Own Car Oeteetive.
"Tom" Arnett is completely disgusted
with the way the railroad* business
is being conducted, so much so that.
he has sent his own man out to look'
up the curs which were loaded at the jj
mines operated by Mr. Arnett or purchased
bv him. This representative
went from Fairmont to Grafton and
then makes Keyser. Cumberland and
Baltimore in turn. He will check the
index offices in a search for cars some
of which where shipped out of here
as long ago as last June. Mr. Arnett
has tried and tried to get some satisfaction
out of the railroads. He has
coaxed, entreatod and threatened without
gelling results. His experience is .
laughable were it not so serious. He .
has actually been assured that the
railroads had no records of cars being
on their line when the same car would '
show up the next day after a fortnight
on that particular division. He had
one experience where a car lay 42 .
days on a side track where he and his
employes had every chance to get a
lesson of the inefficiency of the rail- >t
road3 in this section. w
Coal Note*. * *" -**' V
The tVest Virginia Traction and
Electric company sold 30 acres of coal
on Scott's run to the Greemont Fuel
company which expects to be shipping
coal by May 15.
The Sabraton plant of the American t .
Tin Plate company near Morgantown.
is temporarily closed down and the t
car shortage is said to be responsible.
Found at Last?Shows Results at Ones
or Nothing to Pay.
Hera's good news for men and women
whose hair is falling out, who are
growing bald, whoses calps are cot- fl
. red with dandruff, and itch like mad.
And good druggist can now supply - fl
you with the genuine Parisian sa^
that is guaranteed to quickly stop loss
of hair, promote a new growth, entire- M
>y banish every trace of dandruff and JH
itching scalp, or the cost, small aa It
is. will be refunded.
Thousands can testify to the excellent
results from its use: some who
reared baldness now have abundant jU
hatf. while others who suffered for 19
rears with dandruff and itching head
got a clean; cool scalp after just a few
lays' use of this splendid treatment.
>Co matter whether bothered with
falling hair, gray hair, dand^ff or itch- SH
ing scalp, try Paradian sage tonight. jjfl
Yo-i will not be disappointed. There is fm
nothing so good for any form of hair
trouble. It's easy to use, delicately -H
perfumed, and will not color or streak >:jB
the hair. M
Mountain City drug store will sup- ,11
ply you and guarantee money refund- J
:d if not satisfied. .' II
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