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7?-1 wraceau General Sb UHPC, HERBERT. CHABLES IIfeagg^ V Editor. Cine WURU J. KJiKO ' Ad*erwte? afxiircr. r 'VZMIZIt orTMC ASSOCIATE! M*l?? ?"' l?"W Pros b exclusively eat! ^MNSMh (^iU sews. CUerstrhf* ere FBTTlr *1l*jff' is rbi* aewptper a ?SWX*SHpbonier?ls. Alt rightm of repui BpB^Wtn3W? JAielu ar* ?3?o r?erred. hlTltllwiralrrfi nir ""rinr "irir mi in eactasnce. rTl*T fi?r?BeproMBtative. RC 1 *ork;^5 8. Wafces 8UHCWPTION RATE! BBWUb-CbOlU* is adveaco only. F falaoiirkj yi ftf tteee inmst*is, 11.50: oj KtiCBBT ?7ls piirrawitt Oo? ana month. soc; on* w? WQffiRgH?(Outside of Rsirznooi.) I <geSwc^l*c- By carrier Tire* Cents. IJJI JUBBKINiUlll T3ua uki&r for chac*e In allrw x VZoM^d wt t&e 7ostoSlce kl Fjirmoat, m. wl fix? xmttw. 2 IF YOU OON'T CET YOUR RAI "WESTERN UNION." . . 'oribers on our carrier route* aUir V;. "an may- wrulr.z ?hou:-l 0*11 "Wl t* fact MiyJ *! '? nam* *n? resident iv?r a on per to yo:ir door ?t o c- 4 ' '* the sabec fiber for thl? ?erric?. r' " 1 ?? S- -ft -, a fi Piu?AT EVENING. APRIL. 95s 5 I-' Then join in hands, kraec An uniting we stand, k- Jbidi fight to free itself of the a:::7r-force die railroads of the ecur.' ry ; price for fuel is the first iir-o ' a: year ago the coal operators rf th. J-ait have agreed upon a unitorr> Pes at the form of a contract 1-: had they could not have got their r before die President. And the I. ykh die railroads over this matter JUt die intervention of the Presir'< ods of the past would have been cc; he outoome of this vitally important nilfite vindication of the policy of si Snchhalping him to buiid up in the ] rgamzation .which not only controls fifths at the, same time to take as itors and the miners as it does of k'_xa?'* ? - " v s? / ?gtCw*}'*oo much to say tRanO^^aH? vV^nttd. of tfe. producers in the dispute wh pST Kpfiipprly. "The men in the industry ha I. . -trtcm Senseon their side, but the Fuel ; p? JiajreTet diem do their own fighting if h i;r_a-d?ame,of. mi rid. Instead of doing t fight. and they o>ve him a debt |E,-' jKn entirely different situation easily ^ vbg$ght*abdut. Government control of " .oftinragothly. There were plenty of ho %l TtgSfcgtoBi who .were of the opinion tha ? mjWpe'Upoii'the Fue] administrator and i "-fafcrSome olE the coal trade journals s |sk\ termor.- Garfield. These people did n< g^4S3fc'8ie-*4practical" coal men they were Eh/ aslquch at sea as any one else'and ine Jj?si gogftinto- troubles just as serious, albei KifijJ however, the level headed o ^ fe^i?3tr^hthet situation, and although A to; : v * 'Conditions were tshoroughly glpjfcdiET tor the future was very dis HbsSsJ:- ' the Fuel administration flSr ' * '' Tj V . .[. . time the operators we] Iwf'S o The problems ot the inch mami?. tion to build up a staff of "p xvbp. arc big enough intellectually to ? dwt entirety. .The future is more encc op^ator, big and little, should rememb that way only as long as they are willin thriwigb their regional, state and national evecy way possible these organizations : ened and they should be liberally supp ca*tbecorce.to the coal trade what the si nsShng and eelctrical organizations, to rt ire'.to 'those industries. iiJf! 8ne year ago most of the experts on 'jJjfosa your, finders, fellers. Jknd knock like blazes on wood. (.--All-this good Tuck within one week tor the miners makes us sheeted. j ? . [' Ffrat the lonjt-rnn of good car ?qp- _ the arrival of Mac's investi"ft** * jfSip^ ' **"" " S?S?- An'.' tie "tnook"ont for the railroad the boost in tie celling price 1 y*p, -If. i-mnt?-h. coming all in a -r--v-' - . ' m IgS^'iEfo'Oii, don't have-a tree or a table on the hesd of some of PTlifJT %riya-Hrhn were sore Doc t'.ar<7bariie -Schw-Wb w?ot to tvorV v.-c'for Unci? Sam. H Ib5?v^I-a. * , ! optimism, enthusiasm and. Egpbi *pd?fe<3t accord TviTh' tire r.riiT?pfTis~ ^^QtrS<M > : -' ,\ W m BSftw"' * ? * KHgtpGoafc.-doMB'r'hot sorr.d fzu^xl. , ffpfryr-- u-r. - * - * i l The sttiff that made ?ro?rica great. ' if '.jrettiiJlg into ';ie 7-ar game at MKSt. j ^ theguys who did it lor; < I ' "jyfe'- . .^z'y-/ n~: I - r- > v&oax | THE LOi f vrESTERDAY : Y tionwhkb si v. esdxc. tiiird Liberty ^|ors?!"*0r* ?f $442,550 vrord Superintendent. . is forty per cent of 3 PRESS. expected to take, ai u?*s to u?? t>M for it judicata that a Sited to it or aot . J , ad ai?o the local Have to ?e done 11 ' ,Hcatioa of .pectti J jag as was the case : t -The individual i partment* reaped . ^ subscHb< - the large income t iRfgT E- WAJtD. t b Ave , cblqS^ ; lar8?f ?rporabons time be in position t ^ One year S5.*0; of more limited res te eoatb.Me It should be mad y^tr. *7.00; mix ? . _ rk. 15c. Per copy aM woman who p On. month. TSc; , this is done there v . county. Some of tr. old as w-ti * ! weekly payment pi ___________ j incomes from salar West Virginia. as ; * bond on the gov ? the effort It may ?ER CALt, i? precisely what tl - to **t Th* xr.st : home now. If y? n?S??r ' you possibly can o ti'-a. Th~T?i la nt Do not wait un ' the banks and if a - ! cause a vast amou 19, 131S. ( Washington. The two outsta Flanders are that and French troop theatre. The Ian 01^ ening of the Allic their aide. It is PUU heard about the Foch is too aood i pjR regard to this tor probabl* that we ports from Berlin progressing satisf; icricaru all. _ _ ~ _ _ .11 The House of ng B'c fall. . _ .. _ jected the Senate ' TDRV to 5Z-5? and " , . I ' i ' ferees will jrive -w " ,nd.ustry '? ?* niay be passed. d car incubus and t t t0 proflteer : , pay tne govern- ^ sadl>. Iacking nt benefit from or- ^ Senat<, ^ho c , . , part they have pli . n,ry Probably mal^r has enrte< 5 , *uch* amount of wheat ra>: ly feel. If ^ ^ for th? 51 01 ,'h? COBlrt>" serious of the rat i oi the strng- i rates It clear that G?man troop cut the old unfair _n ^hioh itinued indefinitely. unifornl on hle ba negotiation also is not sr> t0 trust . licking to Dr Gar- turn beajt r t the Fuel administration ^ not be R Mft the coal industry. ,g disar01, much care of the the consumers. It . Prorost Mar?ha eld v as ? genuine , ^ work on a p]an nch has been ended ; betwWJ t??. agea d justice and com- reMOnable prerail idministrator could By maan!, e had been of such ; ^ of hat ne m.ae ?.e.r ^ ^ dir<fctne of gratitude. | .f ,om^ such silus 5?"ld,^ b~" within the pastm fuel did not start know. t heads in the min- ^ *rrors a t a fight should he for & fawy dr,jB rverythnig ne stood ; vere openly hostile i RepresentativeB >t stop to consider pjon hav, bwn t< clamoring for were . burj?h and all thos /itahly would have cour t of another kmd. don^ rcgarding th perators were able . a wide 8 ere were times last of th. rayBteriolls out of whack and ?pr<>BS djstributk couragmg both the managed to pull i SHO -e D^inmns B<ft t?1, kaIser i: utry and the Fuel for sending rains racbcal" coal men movements most < se the problems in Thff way to Re1 luragmg. but every backed by a certait er that it will stay g to work together Only a few of u organizations. In I infan^- serriee. , ,1 , , nearly all of us m should be strength- inK intelligencer, lorted so that they ! feel, transportation. ' Aviation may tr icntion only a few. < Texas- Clarksbnt | Tou can't affor coal were outside ' Xews. Optimism and Enthusiasm. ? When they set going right things will be different. ? Maybe ihe rid T* S. A. will be able, to hand the T?uta as hard a wallop as most of us in our ignorance fully : expected we would land in the first week or two alter tonjtres* pa s sea . the resolution. e Anyway, here's three cheers for the Victory twins. Olfl Optimism and Enthusiasm. ; ? ? Moss is being u?ed in this country as a substitute for cotton in articles that require packiep and filling:, such as cushions and mattress*.*. Louisiana supplies most of the moss used in this way. w - --- t A!-J III IJ_)1 rnoni wn woman Stand Clotlies te Touett Her "My father got me a~bottl? of Mayr's , Wonderful Remedy for stomach trou-. ble and l am feeling so tout h better, since taking it My stomach was so > painful I couldn't stand my clothes to touch me." It is a simple, harmless preparation rhat remotes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the - inflammation' which causes practically all stomach, j liver and intestinal trouble, including: I appendicitis. One dose will convince r?r money refunded. Crane's Drug ' Co.. Prescription Pliramacy. Man-, - ' - V . S*' ' -"? :-Wt n*' .'r ? "r';; - '? TSe-Wal Vii gjitian printed atabulnowed that in thb. -first ten dajrj of Ac loan drive in Marion comity a total 1 of " bonds were subscribed for." This tfve sum tbe people of this comity are ad while the shewing is most gratifvins whole lot of very -hard plugging will we are to come through with colors flyin each of the two former bond efforts, citzen will have to take a greater in: on a more liberal scale. Because of ix payments which are about due the and the stronger banks will not this o assume the bulk of the burden. Men ources will have to come to the rescue, e a matter of local pride that every man ossibly can buy at least one bond. It till be no doubt about the result in.this the banks are placing bonds on the Ian. but most people who have regular y or other sources will be able to take eminent plan of payments if they make mean considerable of a strain, but .hat be Republic expects of every one bats iu have not already subscribed for aii irry h is your duty to do so at once, hi the last minute. That is not fair tc jany people pursue such a policy it wil ,nt of absolutely unnecessary anxiety a! o nding facts of the battle situation, li the Germans are no longer advancin; s have reinforced the British in tha ter dispels the doubt that the lentrt'r d line had -wiped out the reserves or not so very strange that more Is no1 Allied army of maneuver. Genera i strategist to permit his purpose wit! ce to become known. It is altogetbei will first hear of It through the re . Everything considered, matters ar< actorily in Flanders. _____O ; Representative* has emphatically re provision to raise the wheat guarantee r now- expected that the Senate conay in order that the agricultural bill Thus ends in failure a barefaced atby grain gamblers and growers whr in public spirit, aided by members ol >ught to be heartily ; .liamed of th( ijed. Now that the coutest over thii 1 there is a proepect that a large that has been held out or the mark"i mill, thus relieving one of the most iouhng problem*. o i are repeating in Russia their tarries shocked the world. Put a milusrs iclc and a rifle in his hands-and it is a present day German. He is apt it slightest provocation and the,world > place for peaceable people until he ed. o 1 General Crowder is reported to b( to register every man in the count.'? of 18 and 50. That is an entirely tion and it should be carried into of it the government would have s y man in the country and could pross and without the slightest confusion ition as that which faced the,British onth were to develop. The more rh< i about the man power of the country nd injustices there will be if the necc comes. . o of the Interstate Commerce commls) clean up the express muddle.in Pitts e who are apprehended will be tried is ts. It was ahout time something was e Pittsburgh express situation. Busiire* has suffered great injury becausi collapse ot this important center ol >n. RT AND SNAPPY s displeased with his co-partner. Gott sufficiently heavy to make often si vi lifficult.?"Wheeling Register. o t beat for office In Chicago Is to b< i Mayor Thompson.?Charleston Mail o is will ever win the cross of war. bu It seems to be more dangerous 11 ay wear the Liberty button. -Wheel ot be more dangerous in Europe thai g Exponent. o?? d to honey -with a Hun.? Kanawh: CARD OF THANKS. We desire to thank our friends an neighbors for the kindness and assii t?nce rendered during the passim assy of our husband and fathe Porter TV. Martin. Kcpecially do w thank those who put their tnachin0 at our disposal. i.ULA MARTIN'. HUGH MARTt> Adr ii i cranes k-n-u-h Cold Tablets (PRIVATE FORMULA.! for Cold*. Grippe, Malaria. Couflhs. Headache. (This is a private formula o-vnnd and controlled by ourselves. It Is a prescription in every sen?? Oi ?np wgra <uju us h?ui?is permissible designation. It is one of the best remedies for told, grippe, malaria, and headaches ever sold by us and *e hare sold hundreds of different hinds. U> heartily commend it and are sincerely advise it. Ton will find it pleasant to take, and with no bad after effects. PRICE 25c. (CRANE'S Drug Store " m i ii hi r| - - - - I Joseph Rosier. who is acting chair-' ; s nuoI the Associated Charitiw. since | Hollo Conley -went into the military ' service and is in a position to know. ' said at a meeting of the Fairmont Rotary Club this week, that? ' "No city in the state Veep! such good track of its chanty'work as ! Fairmont." J. H. Rowud. who spoke 011 cotton, wool and linen at the Wednesday noon ' day luncheon of the Fairmont Rotary ; Club, said in connection with en' cduraginc the- production of wool in : West Virginia.: "The doc menace should h? overcome. The dog is as crea* e menace to sneep raisms as insubmarine to shipping." J. L. Hail, one of the speaker* at ihis week's meeting of The Fairmont Rotary Club, made an interesting point in connection with hardware: "Hardware dealers often find themselves in direct competition J with the government which seeks ' the same goods we must have. The government is in a position , to outbid us." i " ' (I INDUSTRIAL l| ; FAIRMONT li , A the 12th street plot of the Tdonopgah Glass Co. the derrick is at work 1 putting u.> steel for the factory roof, t One hundred yards of concrete was I poured yesterday. At present v >:-k is , going on steadily on the footings in ; the warehouse location. Th? first r floor form work ba? been started bet . not much pror . can be made h"> I until all footina- a > in. Twenty-cevcn < - of sand and gravel a. week are K-'ii? unloaded at the , new warehouse grounds?beside the. : concrete plant, i-ome of it is being t unloaded aiirectlv into the concrete; plant. Plenty of sand and gravel . . are constantly on hand- o trouble at all heir; expo, en red in .ther lack oi materia! or I:--' rr. A man is 1 const.- :!!;, c- . - :??id to do that alone .! t . ::a-?s that no such ' k 1 tr r'.:-i dr . ; . . y men are at work or. ( i. j v .. ch.-.u.-e footings?about sixty r" > "nl ?? tliem drifting in from out ..f .-. r. or from near. ; i? trouble lies in the fart tha' I rubber hoots are not to be had in F.-':n it and as these are furnished ." ir o men "working in the wet clay t causes some inonvience to send elsewhere for-tbem. , -. Xails also are scarce in Fairmont? ! ' according to Superir.tedent Harding. Mr. Harding is energetically at work ' ?t-Mninr about halfdav ahead of his : men in hist plans for tbetn?so that ; i they will h3ve plenty to do. You can . find him in all parts of the warhouse location working with immense enthu- ' siasm. Duriny the wet weather some delay 1 is experienced. A trench has been; i made which carries oft rfce water and a steam syphon gets busy at such ' i times?working like a condensor on an engine. pun*r>>ng out the water.All contracts for the completion of . new building are in with the exception of inside painting contract. So I far the Ferro Concrete Company have I ben unable to get anyone in the city j to figure on this. It was necessary to. . so to Clarfcsbttas to pet someone to figure on the mill work. Tn the factor*' site?until the steel work is tip?no; much can be done. Though the brick work ou the Hart > ford-Fairmont Machine tank?Called number S has been started. This glass tank is a new; model and : the Terr latest, up-to-date kind. Soon: the four steelman Dixon paten; lehrs ; | will be installed here. Ba<-? of flie now factory, number i ! :: ;nk is hei-i- repaired, number 4 is! working now but will soon be reblocked and repa ired also. > The new blacksmith shop located r.ext the engine home has Just been completed?though is not running yet i This ?hop will repstr all machinery of i the Mononcah Glass Compan"?blow pipes, tools, etc. Mr. Lo wry is the F lA 49 ?, #VV- I I 1 II . ! SERVICE DI d j Service difficult! I mean wrong numbc call? in error?do a \[\ every day. No or: careful, can be absob Some are cam?? cannot control, pott those who use the are just human erro: degree of supervision j. ...... i All employes a reports of difficulties and if possible to pre* fV- v k ? ? the chisai ( tjlbh ' - ; . .v^ I li 11/ I - ~ jf- w y ^yyij It is as ranch an interp It is an event of intere? and summer?scarcely any< afford to pass it by. AQh jiw \ //^-Ti'Vl This sale is simply further evidence of the opportunities extended to our patrons, for economy. It is part of our established program in our Drive Against Rising Prices. While here selecting waists look over our oth er lines of apparel and convince yourself that you are asked !? pay less here than you expected to have to pay. Use the savings to buy War Savings Stamps. j True Values At the Lyran Producer plant. tnoro j foundation has been built?steel is being ereeted?and the ferro-inclav is! ebing out up. The boilers are ready j for in?;.alatTop. Eight storage and set-tling tanks have been turned out by j the Fairmont Mining Machinery Com-] pane and- are standing ready. Two. of them are fifteen foot tanks. The Lymn Producer plant is going) Don't wear a veil to cover up skin trouble Resinol makes sick skins well Is your appearance marred by unsightlypatches of eruption ? There is no need of enduring scch discomfort because, unless it is due to some serious internal condition, Resinol Ointment is almost sure to clear the trouble amy-promptly, easily, and at little expense. Re*ieo1 Soap should a?oaHy be naed with Resinol Oiatmant to preT1 pert too s*tn to r-ceitetaeXewrol j 51^2L- mediation. ResinclSotpar.dResI irjnl Ointment are sold by a!! drr cFor free sample of eaeh,"WTit? to Resinol. Baltimore. Md. I I FFICUI TIES t ies ?ancl by tl- se we ;rs. unusual - elay?, rise, a few o tbera janization, ! vever itelv error-pi of. d by Condit: rz? wft ie are the i ult of telephone and some rs that even a high . cannot preve it. i t I re ready to welcome i, to correct them, ent their recurrence. I | >EAKE AND FOTOMAO HONE COMPANY WEST VIRGINIA RPNACK. Local Manager. 214 Men roe ?treet, Fairmont, W. Vs. | V iili CI. [now About 1 reter of new f ashions as an a ?t to every one interested in b me with a purchase to make, Over 1300to < Waists at 50c. Abov Smar ?>-rles in linen. * 5s? ici-fioili and strip**! crept!. A hal a amiss. Waists at 90c, Abou Cenjinp in voile aid sheer nv? I r <?av in the year. Helens sr-i cicz?n: variety of touches to s' ever)' P *-t roaity of !his rhar?"i?r oi aa'.s'.s. economy in the euJ. Waists at $1.40. Afcrc Lovely soft voiles in every so m Waists at $1.90, J The finest bloiij?6 we have ever | -.ml voiles elaborately trimmed. I n ' Waists at $2.90, Ab Wonderful blouses in fne G?orj:? "When you see these you tvill certain in at this price. Waists at $3.90 and $ Her. yn can make y our choice r (randy blouses in FI?.=h and whit.. > at hand. Suitable for any occasion a or. Waists at $5.90 ,Onh But remarkable values in the du ful chances for economy if you can Waists at $5.65 New Georgette m light color*. ' casion. rastel shades of lavendar. etc.. blouses you cannot resist. T hey Courtneys' to make gas from coal. This gas will] bs used by the Monongah Glass Company. This plant is a new thing in this country?only one other being; built at Irwin. Ta. Th? process was ? invented by an Englishman named ? Lynxn?now active in war service in j EnglandSave I fiain A Dav I Save I f Gain The DayFairmont Elect I' I Liberty Loan In order to facilitate tl ty Loan Bonds, the Peopl< tablished a Liberty Loan B It makes it possible fo] come to own a Liberty Bon Sl.OO per week for fift Bond. $2.00 per week for fif Bond. We buy the bonds and !in full. If payments nave -week for fifty weeks the 1 scribed will be delivered. ! the date of delivery to you of paying for the bonds in and when payment has bee be delivered. IT IS YOUR PATRIOTIC SoUeji The People's I fairmon: jfl *E3Sa-&i*?-: -j >-",^H * J_ ? 1^1^ " MiM."#* *"* - ***^P -%m '.^ . - FvSSjSr Wr?s?.<l^5?'<*r" '?yfr\ ' s *cj '*" ^ eautiful blouses for spring ^ noTv or in the future, can 3a Choose From ? it 125 in the Group || models in cordH dimity. atrfpei- i dozen or more would never come ? t 600 in the Group -|js man.?-. ?hey nrc waists for every . i? .V^S = of distincifvo styles with endive* .\v?H > .->?.. Xr> woman over had.teo -c^3 A fall years ctipr'o" would prove '.*2 >ut 48 in this Group - M my stjier. \bout 120 in All Jj sew a' this low price. Organdy ypes for all occasions. out 228 Are Here ^ ft?. i r?pp cl? Chines and Votlee. I\ warn several. Tnl> Silts are also 1 4.90, Limited Number J| >' rhe-finesf French voile and or-' .'ew trimmed sleeves buttoned tight nd a waist every woman is in need 29 i About 30*oi Them rjS rker cclorr of Georgette. Wondermane s selection Irons these. .. -'?3 , 40 in the Lot % I'll* latest arrivals held for tb'r 66- - " gray. blue. pink, salmon, bisque, - 'pBM : arc so charming. ^????ad 108-110 Main St;. v? . .-a- * ,-i^B A number or the by-products- fossa .' . 3| the coal will be sent to other plants? jfSl nothing but pas to be used byv the vJSW I.vtan Producer plant. There ;"*w -'-a thousands "of by-prduct?. When pot* . wins into the suhiecl of b.v-ptodncts '-5OT and sub-by-produ c:s?one finds ah lanumeral)]* lot of them. " ~~~~~ 1 .?-rr-rr ^18^1 Labor ] i . '. . m 5y Electricity Iflnnav I IIVIIVJ ?Buy W.S.S. 11 ric Service Co, 1 Ffm t? /V'.raB ??. jl Dnnrl fliih I Duim uiuu | | ie sale of the Third Liber- .. M as National Bank has ea- 11 r any one of moderate in- --- 3 y weeks will buy a $50.00 ty weeks will buy a $100 _ hold them imtil paid for.; v?|| been made regularly each - . bond for which you subtil It will bear interest from-..?:k||m ' You have the privilege :tt l| l full as early as you like n completed the bond Iduty to but a bonbMI 5S85S!SS85?5S!SS^SS^ IH j ~ " I.