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I ]' Rttsbnrgli K PITTSBURGH. Ibrcb 1. ? PittsP|Bl "burgh Coal cpxnxnon was the strongest Kj3% and at the sane time the most active ot the local Industrials . On sales ot 925 shares It advanced to and closed at SS3&. a new high record, la New York 22,800 shares of the stock chsngK ad hands and the price advanced to Wr cast t' f fT"*" ot tor I the day. American Window Glass Ma- j chine common enjoyed a good rally to ! M, and West'taghooee Electric was a traction higher. The la f seat. decline was 55 a share j in La Belle Iron, which, sold at 109.. ,The only change in oil and gas stocks waa a decline of V? in Manufacturers Light and Heat, which sold' at 52. Went Penn Traction and Water Power common sold at 9, a decline of 12 points from the last public sale. Summary. Sales? High. Low. 55 AWGMcch... 54 53 50 Do preferred.. 78% 78% i 15 lad Brewing? *1% 1% 25 Do preferred.. 9 9 70 La Belle Iron.. 109 109 3S Lone Star Gas.. 100 1"0 43 Ufrs L & H 52 62 2.SOO Mt Shasta 40 .38 i 50 Ohio Fuel Sup.. <3 42% 1O0 Pgta Brewing... 2 2 926 p^h Coal x5S% 57% 27.850 M Cooper 9S .931 1,000 Hoss M- fz M... .15 .15,' 25 U S Steel 96% : 75 W P Tr & V,* P 9 9 . 10 West Airbrai;". 95 93 100 West Electric.. 42 41% ! 33.093 BONDS. J5.000 Lib Loan 3%s.. 97.90 97.90 j Ui-h record. " ? I i l I NEW YORK. March t ?The slock | market moved in aimless and periunc- j tory fashion during the stealer pari of yesterday's irregular session, quick- ] B ening its pace slightly towards the B close on a moderate inquiry for rails. Progress of the government's railway control legislation was probably a heipful factor, together with pros-, pects of better earnings. . Pools continued their Intermittent Bt activity in numerous specialties, but B the trend in that quarter was fat B from uniform, secondary : ^-ues scorB ing 1 to z point gains, while seasoned . shares reacted 1 to 2 points. 1 grain ana Produce | CHICAGO. March 1. ? Rain and snow likely to interfere with the crop B movement and to damage tne quality V PI ISQCH OL LU& UU)liuv.iUf ??u ? o?v? deal ycterday to uphold tho value ot' ' com. Prices cio3Cd steady. at the same as Wednesday's finish, to a H< chide higher, with March $1.27"? and ; H Mar i$l--C1.2". Oai--. lost liG liC I H. to K -'-.c and provisior-. 5c to 45c. H W0 Articles. Open. Close., Cent? Mereli .$ J1.27?i May 126-s 1.26~s H Oaf? March $9',i .hS=i I May SS S7% fl Pork? Kl May 47.57 m ~ I PI Oil asci Gas. j The Hope Natural Gas company's No. 3 on the Ella Kinsey tarm. located H> In the Dents run pool. Munningtou dis trict, Marion county. W. Va., has bean drilled deeper and it is the first gusher H H of the, current yoar in the Eastern1 fields. When it was drilled into the top of the 30-foot sand last week it beH can to flow at the rate cf about 200 ^^^H barrels a day- and held np at that rate until it was drilled a little deeper into the sand when it began to flow in real %usher form. During the ensuing 24 hours the production was estimated at more than 900 barrels, a part, of which was lost on account of not having sufficient tankage at the well to H take care of the oil. The well is locatH ad nearly due north of the old Higgin botham gusher, and it makes the tcr^L rttory in the immediately vicinity look K promising for a few mere good wells. In the old Smithfield development H Grantdistrict. Wetzel county, the South Penn Oil company has drilled B~* No. 5 on the Catherine Carlin farm H through the Big Injun sand, develop lag a very light show of oil. It is now | drilling to the Gordon sand. In Jef[ ferson district. Pleasants county, the [ Rreistm Oil company has drilled No. j I IP on the E. N. Cook farm through the ' I Cow Ran sand and it is showing for a I two-barrel pumper. On Indian creek. Elk district. KaH oawha county. No. 40 on the W. G. Morris No. 2 lease has been shot. It la an eight-barrel pumper. On the same H^ftrram and in the same district the Empire Oil company has the rig com-' K Meted and it is starting to drill a sec|. ond test on the W. P. Morris farm locat ad 900 feet southwest of No. 1 which g tame in a 20-barrel producer. ~~ [ On Indian creek Joseph Norton ft Hi "v? UNSTEADY B Your troubled, unsettled n $ frate, or your fatigue from < that the dram on your strengl B supplying and you need the Komf B to rpeedSIy replenish the defic I jfjb Mooffm is all noo fj&% fied that it is qokid H ff and gives st fT.*r?~i L AND GAS If Co. ban bad rig; completed for mb? time at a second location on the John White Baker farm. The Sooth Peon Oil company baa the rig completed for Xo. 6 on the C. B. Graham farm and it is drilling No. 7 on the same farm. In Cabin creek district the Ohio Cities Gas company is poshing development work. In addition to one well rigging up it has 14 strings of tools running. 1 EAST SIDE I: i NEWS i t ? 'I j Dr. Ephraim E. Doolittle Dead, I Dr. Ephraim E. Doolittle. aged 84 yearn, one of the most highly respected men of this section of West Virginia. died yesterday at twelve o'clock at bts home near Forksborg of diseases incident to old age. Dr. Doolittle was a dentist by profession and tor many years had traveled over Marion Monongalia. Taylor and Preston coonres in the practice of his profession. He was afto one of the most able ministers of the Gospel of this age. His t knowledge of the dead languages en- j abled him to give explanations of the ; Scriptorer-that were many times con-1 sidered marvelous by his hearers. He j was a member of the Church of Christ and had held his membership with the Mt. Nebo congregation for many years. He was twice married, his first wife was Miss Kizzy Echols, of Ohio. To his onion were bom several children. These surviving are Mrs. Edward v.*. yvenk Williams, of this city: Mrs. Fage King, st Forksburg; J Jay Doolittle. of Pennsylvania, and i Urban Doolittle. who is In the gov- J eminent service. He is also survived i by his second wife who was Mrs. Ar.n Arbogast and several step-children. Ever ready to assist the poor and visit the s.'ck his going away will leave <t vacancy "in his home community which will be hard to fill. ICo | funeral arrangements will be made j | until word is received from his eon,: f Urban Doolittle. Cold Grccer/. Davis and Homer, who conducted ! ! a grocery store at the corner of Mer- j chant and GuiTcy streets, hare sold cut | to Kerns and Karris. Merchant street ! grocers, and will retire from business. J 1 1 At J. C. Fletcher's. Mrs. Mary Devault and daughter. | lli3s Ella, of Little Falls, are visiting i j the former's granddaughter. Mrs. J. I C. Fletcher, in Satterfield street. Moving. ; Ray Pitcher moved yesterday from : Jamison Row to the Speedway. Mr. cad Mrs. William Watson will ] I move into Mrs. Farrance's house in ! ! Haymond street. i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Miller have moved ! [ from Market street to the Cole prop-! i erty in Morgar.towa avenue. Aid Society. T-i.\;,i tiwiatv of the Palatine Bap- j j i Let church met. yesterday at the home | | of Mrs. J. D. Summers in Diamond i i street. The meeting: was -well attend-; ; cd and many business matters discuss- j cd. The society will hare its March ; ! meeting: at tlio home of Mrs. M. D. j Orr in Merchant street. j i Entertained Club. ! Mrs. V. C. Snyder, of Pittsburgh j I avenue, -was hostess to the Sewing; ciub and their husbands Thursday j i evening. The evening was a most en-1 | joy able one to ail present. To Fairview. Maurice Holden. 209 Council Place,! j goes to Fairview tomorrow to visit i [ his grandmother, Mrs-. Derrick, over! i Sunday. i * Personals. Mr. and Mrs. William Kinkead ; kw mm I am very friendly to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and I always give it the \ highest recommendation. My patrons j J are always pleased with results ob- j ! taJned its use and they speak very j favorably regarding it. Since 1S91 I j have been handling Swamp-Root and j I I do not blieve there'is a remedy on j the market that gives as universal j satisfaction. Very truly yours W. R. BOWLERS, Druggist ; Nov. 29th, 1915. Ronceverte, W. Vs. Letter to \ I Dr. Kilmer & Co.. i i Binghamton, N. Y. ' ! Prove What Swamp Root Will Do For You Send ten cents_to Dr. Kilmer & Co., I Bingham too, X. Y, tor a sample sue i 1 bottle. It -will convince anyone. Ton [ will also receive a booklet of valuable , information, telling a toot the kidneys i and bladder . When writing, be sure ' and mention The Wort Virginian. Reg| ular, medium and large size bottles I for rale at all drag stores. r NERVES lind, your inability to coocen-" ordinary work simply shows this greater than your system : powerful, nourishing force in MIUION iency and avoid a breakdown, aashment so skilfully omuls* y assimilated without taring rength in place of weakness. 1HI |T|j ^ ^ flaBey Street Mae Dans Jacobs Is at Horgantows wbepe eke has accepted a yetiJw ta Loagh-SUnpeou wholesale grocery. Kla Rath Irons, who was (he gaeet of her grandparents. Sir. sad Mrs. J. L. Carpenter, returned to her home at Colfax Teeterday. Mrs. J. N. Gastrins and daughter. Mrs. .Vance Harrington, were guests of Mrs. Vernle Welch In Locust arenas today. Mrs. Gas kins' sister. Mrs. Lydia Roberts, accompanied them home. WILL m FMS wi mm hebe ? I I Raemakers Drawing Will: be Exhibited at the Normal School Soon. - A collection of Raemaekers' cartoons Is to be brought to Fairmont by the Normal school soon. These are the most famous and striking cartoons ever published, and their maker is said to be the greatest genius that the war has yet produced. Raemaekers has been associated with the newspapers in the allied countries, pointing out the German idea of warfare through bis cartoons, and he has done much toward making the people realize that for which they are j fighting. Jfe is so hated by the Ger-; mans that a price has been put on his head by German authorities. This great cartoonist f? now in America, having come here at the risk of his life In order to awaken the American people u> the real part they are to play in this struggle for democracy. He wishes to emphasize this part in his future cartoons. By spreading the universal language which art alone possesses he has made the war clear to those who cannot read. All his cartoons in a spirited way teli of the horror and brutality of war. Public opinion in England was mimed hv these cartoons as by no other appeal. Oar people should see and study them too. Watch for mdre definite announcements concerning this exhibit. To Improve M. & W. And Haul Scott Coal At a special term of the Circuit court of Monongalia county, presided over by Special Judge James A. Meredith, cf Fairmont, an order was entered authorizing tbe issuance and sale of receiver's certificates to the value of $60,000 to be used in making repairs and betterments on the Morgantown and Wheeling railroad between Jimtown and Cassville which are necessary in order to haul the coal of the Scot's Run mines. FREET0 THE SICK m:- u:t? r> ? - !/ rranmiii iniito> i iic vica^ cialist Will Send His Book and $2.50 Worth of Neuropathic Treatment Free. If you bare any of the following; ailments. you should send postal card for Dr. Miles' Free Treatment: Weak nerves, heart, stomach, bowels, bladder. or kidneys; pain in the left side or shoulder, short breath, palpitation, irregular heart beats, swelling of the ankles or dropsy; headache, dullness, dizziness or drowsiness; nervous dyspepsia. the blues, cold hands and feet, backache or rheumatism, nervousness, sleeplessness or trembling. His Book contains many remarkable reports of enres from nearly every state in the V. S. after many local physicians and specialists failed. It also contains endorsements from Bishops. Clergymen. Statesmen. Editors, Business Men. Farmers, etc. Send for Remarkable Cares In Vour State. His Improved Treatments for these diseases are the resnlt of thirty years' experience and are thoroughly seienI tific and remarkably successful, rfo much that he does not hesitate to of| fer Free Treatments to the sick that i they may test them at his expense, i Few physicians have such confidence [ In their remedies. "Write at ones. Describe your dis' ease and receive a Two-Pound Free Treatment and new book on "Neuropathy?Treating through the Nerves." Address. Dr. Franklin Miles. Dept. N. 220 to 250 Franklin St. Elkhart Ind. Needed is Doable Accommodation t . i if * [ y This tank manages Its aftj. lairs so that the deserving C< are assured of accomodation 9' without daisy. This combin| ed. with ample resources |. means much to Fairmont's I industries and business houspi ea. ' 5 Our aim is to serve well is M tBe moat courteous and expeIti dltioua way compatible with I*' high banking standards. That :, f our methods are appreciated ;t>j la well evidenced by ccnala- fcy tent growth. BANK^KM ^RMONtftp II * ~ _ ~ The West Yirgiman To Move Soon WpAara *r? engaged in axcmllac and making alterations to tbe old Xonaad school bonding: at Mala and Qajncy streets?tbe nets' home of "Tie West Virginian." Tie -work la in charge of Contractor T. L. Borcbinal. of tlds city. Tils property eras recently purchased by Tie Fairmont Printing and Publishing Company. Tbe plans call for the newspaper press 100m and tie edtorlal and business offices tp be located along Vain street, facing that thoroughfare. The commercial plant wfil occupy ether parts of tbe building. ? <? ?rn vr. I X ao C4uiy<u?u? r remoyed to the new location by May) I*' V. 8. A. ON EN0INE PLATE. I (By Associated PrtW) RONCKVBRTB, W. Ya, Maroh 1.? I A locomotive bearing the Inscription. ~t7. S. A." was ran Into the railroad jprda here a few day* ago and placed ia the regular service. The engine Is said to have been one of a lot bnQt | gpBOIAI. NOTICES I GENERAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS 1 By order of the Board of Directors j a general meeting of the stockholders of West cheater Real Estate Company j Is hereby called to he held on Wednea1 day. March 9th. 1918. a 3 o'clock p. hl, at Room No. 402. Watson building. In the city <rf Fairmont, West Virginia, for the purpose of considering and acting upon a resolution to be then and there offered authorizing said Westchester Real Estate Company to issue its Mortgage Coupon Bond* in an amount which will not exceed in the aggregate the sum of $45,000.00. saw bonds to bear interest at the rate of six per centum (6%) per annum, payable semi-annually, and to authorize the execution of a mortgage or deed of trust upon the re#I estate and property of the company to secure the payment of said bonds, principal and interest. 1 And for the transaction of any other I business properly coming before said j j meeting of stockholders. G. M. ALEXANDER. ? i Feb. 21. Mar. 1 Secretary, j SPECIAL NOTICES j "^ORDE^oTPUBUCAtTon; i Suite of West Virginia: At the February. 1918. Rnles. held! in the Office of the clerk of the Inmediate Court in and for the County of Marion, in State aforesaid. February 6. 191S. the following order was entered: John F. Nichols, Plaintiff vs. Bridgett C. Nichols, defendant. Chancery: SUMMONS I THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. ! To the Sheriff of Marion County. | Greeting: You are hereby commanded to sum: mon Bridgett C. Nichols to appear be- [ j fore the Intermediate Court of Marion i j County, at rules tp be held in the' | Clerk's Office of said Court on the | first Monday in February. 1918. to anI swer a bill in chancery exhibited j against her in said court by John F. Nichols. A?J 1,-ttion th?d writ A11U ua?? VUVH ? Witness. W. S. Black. Clerk of said Court, at Court House in said county, the 4th day of February, 1918. and 55th vear of the State. W. S. BLACK. Clerk. I The return endorsed on the back of; the foregoing summons is in words i and figures following: The within-named Bridgett C. Nichols is not found in mv bailiwick 4th day of Feb. 1918. EDW. SLACK, ! Deputy for A. M. Glover. Sheriff of Marion County. West Virginia. OBJECT OF SCIT. The object of the above styled suit is for the plaintiff to secure from the defendant a divorce a vinculo matrimonii. annulling the marriage heretofore celebrated between them. An affidavit having been made and filed that- the said Bridgett C. Nichols, the defendant named in the above styled suit, is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is* ordered that the said. Bridgett C. Nichols do appear within one month from the first publication of this order, in the Clerk's office of our said Intermediate Court, at Rules to be holden therefor, and do what is necessary to protect her interests. It is ordered that a copy of this order be published and posted as required by law. Given under my hand this 6th d?j' of February. 1918. W. S. BI^ACK, Clerk. Amos & Amos, Counsel for plaintiff. This order is published for the first time February 8th. 191S, and to be published once each week for four successive weeks. W. S. BLACK, Clerk. f OR THE careful I*" wife, nothing more beneficial than BIREC) BO Bound in white, letter through with every it at the reasonable pric $2. Fairmont P Publishing tat (it SuataB L , hrid wbea the poUg^irtttHttlntt la bSp^Htes f*1* Trade with your BEST FRIE NDS ll^r die grocers who give FULL VALUE Any of the modern grocers listed below handle standard merchandise?they give full value?they are close at hand, always ready to serve you. Part of the money yon spend in thenstores indirectly returns to yon for It makes your home town a better place in which to live. C. L. ABLE A CO. Bellview A Fulton '< BINNS BROS. 105 Maple Avenue THE BRENNEN CO. 107 Fairmont Ave. CASH GROCERY CO. 345 Locust Ave. CONNER BR08. Eighth Street H. L. DONHAM 538 Market Street J. H. ECKLES 302 Water Street FAIRMONT TEA CO. 225 Jackson St. FAIRMONT CO-OP. ASSN. 310 10th St. CLARENCE FISHER Columbia and Market GARRETT A BAKER 721 Locust Av. HALL'S CASH GROCERY 600 East Park Avenue A. HOOD A SON 101 Maple Avenue L. D. HOULT 209 Diamond Street HORNER A TETRICK Edge mo nt HALL A GARRISON 507 Locust Ave. L. H. KEENER A BRO. 414 State Street R. E. KERNS 204 Merchant St. J. G. LLOYD 209 Merchant St. T. S. MANLEY A SON 111 Jackson St. MORRIS A MARTIN 10th Street MARTIN BROS. 114 Main Street J. R. MORRIS Morgantown Ave H. L. MORAN A BROS. East Park and Marion C. E. MEREDITH 1421 Morgantown Ave." H. L. MORGAN 603 Market Street MORGAN AND GROSS 501 Morgantown Ave. L- H. ORR #15 Merchant Street. J. O. PRICKETT A SON 700 Locust Ave. H. W. PARKER 201 Jackson St. C. L. REIT2 531 Fairmont Ave. W. L. SATTERFIELD 722 Benonl Ave. J. R. 3MOU6E 214 Market Street H. W. SMOUSE 401 Walnut AveWALTER A HYLAND First and Fairmont Ave. SATTER FIELD A ZINN 220 Jackson St. , conserving housecould be better and th? Peed EIPT UR. ed hi gold and indexed -em oi food to be had, ? of .25 'tinting and Company ^ ?CLASSIFIED/ OH? CENT. A WORD IMST ASP FOU .4V LOST?Box containing salt of clothe*. nam* on box. between Fuxxa-Bi*cait Co, and Morris Grocery am Morgan town avenoe. W. E. HalL Finder please return to Box 3450. West Virginian. 2-25-21-3450. WASTED WANTED?Miners wanted who are studying for examinations, to get the best mining book published. "Mining In a Nutshell," be James Wiydlnw. Scottdale. Pa. Price $2.25. 20-841-3377. OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED? Don't matter it broken. I pay >3 to $15 per set. Aso cash for old sold, silver, and broken jewelry. Send by pared past and receive check by return mail. Will hold goods 10 days for sender's approval of my offer. L. Mazer 2007 S. 5th St., Philadelphia. Fa. 2-12-26t-3397 WANTED?To trade 6 1-2 H. P. motorcycle for new model Winchester repeating shot gun. Address P. O. Box 317. Fairmont. W. Va. 2-19-tf 3428WANTED?To boy old U. S. coins in good condition. Will pay best prices. i Will call and Inspect coins by appoint- ( meat. Address Boss Wads worth, 213 ! Florida Ave. 2-23-tf-3447 j WANTED?Sewing either by the day at your home or at my place of residence. Address Miss West. 120 Chi-! cago St., phone 313-J. 2-26-113454 FOB BENT ] FOR RENT ? Desk room, phone and girl in office. Phone 71-J. 2-12-tf-3398 ' FOR RENT?Furnished rooms. Also board by day or week. South Side House, formerly the Coffey House. 2-25-6t-3451. FOR RENT?Furnished room for gentleman. 721 Walnut ATe., 852-J. 2-25-3t-3453 FOR RENT?2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 523 Walnut Ave. 2-26-tf-3457 I FOR RENT?3 rooms for light house keeping. Phone 232-J. 2-2S-4t-3461 FOR RENT?Furnished and unfurI nished rooms. 402 Quincy street. 2 28-2t-3463. j BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES COAL?200 acres of Red Stone coal for sale at $150.00 per acre; 5 foot Tela; on the B. & O. railroad, 2% miles south of the city of Weston. Bank opened and some coal removed. P. J. Dyer, 142 Main avenne, Weston, W. Va. 2-22-6t-3359 PARTNER WANTED to assist In financing patent on invention . Apply Ben Urso, Cantor Tailoring Co., 106 Main St. ' 2-26-3t-3460 POLITICAL ADVERTISING FOR U. S. SENATEEditor West Virginian: Yon are authorized to announce Davis Elklns. of Morgan town. Monongalia county, a candidate for nomination, by the Republican party, for the United States Senate for West Virginia. subject to all the rules of the I Republican party, and the laws of the state governing the primary election to be held August. 1918. EL KINS CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. J. H. McDERMOTT. Chairman. Morgan town. West Virginia. P. O. drawer 881, Telephone 100. FOR a ALB FOR SALE?1 Ford car at a bargain with extra equipment. Call quickly. Address Boyer"s restaurant. 2-26-tf-C458FOR SALE?Modern 9 room house at a bargain. Corner Camden St. and Maryland Ave. Phone 737. 3-l-3t-3466. i HOUSES FOB BENT | FOR RENT?Cottage; 4 room* within [ C minutes walk to center of city. $13.00 per month. Phone 1119-R- E. L. Fast. Z-28-lt-3464. ^x- crjnON WANTED?Female WANTED?Position as saleslady or office work by a school teacher 20 years old. Three months experience as clerk in country store. Write Rer. H. M. Tetrlck, Worthington. W. Va., Rt. I- 2-28-11-3462. I A naodr tor tafoetlono ? <4 tbo orlaorr traet. ISic fir a=-s Fated Fort it doatryi?Frlco SU or S botiloo B.TS. TltB EVANS CMEJUCAL CO.. CtNCINKATI. O. \XT HATSOEVER n 5 * _ fires, whatsov 6 whatsoever developel 5 fires or fire breeding 6 any worth of manhc j |s you, think of these ti '<3S P C Ml Lr. c* in INSU Masonic Temple* IN 01 ^ All our subscribers bonds wiH please take n< ed to make delivery. Re and receive your bonds, will kindly do so at once. Fairmont'Tr - CASH WITH Qtogp TABUS FOR SAUC j FOR SALS?15$ acre farm 30 East of dsrelaad. j miles (km . -?sj county seat. B. fc O. R. R. tutereroem and brick road to Cleveland. HoJet -''.-Jj 10 room boos* with furnac?.bai?h. k*t _ vjj and cold water, acetylene lights bard- 3 wood, finish. Modem cow bare. o*> meat floor, stool stanchions, modem borso barn, granary, ohhilft ?. ;; house, etc. lead gently slopes from ' <-? buildings, and is in good state oC cnl- .* ?! tlvaxion. Price 3109.00 per acre, halt cash. Write owner. G. O. Farquharaon. 410 Arcade. Cleveland. Ohio. _. FOR SALS?My farm of 115 acres. : 'J~% Fire room house. Iron roof; water at - door. 4 miles from rauroaa. l-s mue ,-:^a from High school, church and small country town. This farm has about j0i 40 acres of second bottom land. Bam 32x32, slate roof; cattle ham 20x30, _"r* late roof, wagon shed. 20x30. Coal ' and oil goes with farm. Plows, harrow. hay forks and ropes, mower rake and two milk cows all for $4250.00. Possession an ytime. Call No. 4 or address |3IH E. M. Duncan. R- F. D.. Freepoct. Ohio,. 2-23-6t-S446. ' 33H 1 * 1 1 ' ' - : ^IrZSzEM buildings, schools and churches. Part 1 , cash, residue on time to suit. I hare " '??? farms. I can deal for Harrison and ; '-Viis Lewis county farms. Writ? for do- ii-v?! scriptive list. A. J. Cntlip. Jefferson, : >"ir? Ohio, formerly a West Virginia man. ^ ;%SS 2-25-11-3449. FOR SALE?7*4 acres land near ^ Smithtown. Inquire Box 158. Route 3, Fairmont. W. Va. 2-26-3t-3455 ' .^jgss HELP WANTED?FEMALE . / GIRLS ? Congenial factory empldy- 'r^jll ment consisting largely of government work. Positions open to girls ' . between the ages of 21 and 35 In good . physical condition. Steady, profitable work for those wishing to avail themselves of an opportunity. Communicate with or bring this ad. and apply at Factory Employment Office, The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Akron. Ohio. 2-13-15t-3400 WANTED LADY for office work. None >i$| under thirty years of age consider ed. Lady of experience and ability de- ;'"cSS sired. Permanent position wtih excellent chance for promotion. Address Post Office Box 376, Fairmont, West Va., giving fall details in first letter. 2-2S-3t-S452. WANTED?Waitress or waiter. -Ad- fS '".-3 dress Box 3459, West Virginian. 2-26-tf-MS?. ?^?????^ 5 Cents an Acre Casb Texafc School Land For Sale by the state at $2 per acre; S cents pas acre cash and balance Tn 40 years at 3 per cent. Write INVESTOR. PUB* CO, Desk 44, San Antonio, Tex. ???????????? Professional Cards Optometrist and ?e?; 2s sziZc** experience. Glasses fnrniihed in -g one hone. With . A- B. Scott & Company. JEWELERS. DR. A- B- SMITH, OSTEO?ATHIC PHY8ICIAM AND EYE SPECIALIST. j Glasses ot all kinds correoOy fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed. w?n Block over Martin's Drag Store. _ ?2 Dr. D. L, L. YOST Practice limited to office and ; consultation. -/ New Location 310 Main-St. ' ' Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily. ; and 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday by appoint- : ment. Phone?New number 705 R; Residence Phone 1295 J. | "-n---n-n- - _n_-i_r_n_rij-_-j-_i .?i Repairing and rebuilding anI tomobfle radiators a specialty. Old Radiators Bought, Rebuilt " and Sold. ! Practical Tinner and Sheet ' *%? I' Metal Worker. 328 Monroe St. -*?gg r, -^^wk laketh for safety from S erer preventeth fires, X ^ :h care in handling g materials; if there be fif tod or womanhod in ? ^ lings?Fire Facts* s * -r? ? e.-rv-iaa ' "^va Fairmont, W.Va. ^ ' " ' ^ to Second Liberty Loan Dtice that we are prepar- % .turn paid in full receipts ' v^jfg Those that have not paid | *" " J?