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f Brain and Produce | CHICAGO, May 18?Numerous rallies due to covering by shorts nearly -offset In the corn market yesterday fresh decline which bad resulted Iron peace talk. The market closed nerv ous, at the same as yesterday's ftn> ish to %c lower, with May $1.27% and ^Jnly $1.41%@ 1 41%. The outcome in ?oats varied from %c setback to %c advance, and In provisions from 20c > Toss to raise of lac ' Articles. Open Close. 'CornMay $1.27% $1.27% > July 1.41% 1.42% r Oats [\ May 75% 75% 1 July 65% 66% *>rk I May 42 j July 42.75 42.85 \ Pittsburgh . PITTSBURGH. May 12. ? On the 'Pittsburgh Stock Exchange the -Strength of oil and gas stocks was a ifeatruc Lone Star Gas advanced to 124 and closed at 123%. a r.et gain or 1% points . Ohio Fuel Supply was % higher at 42%, and Manufacturers 'Light and Heat advanced to 52%, hut closed unchanged at 51%. The Brew Jng SEues were in better demand and [Pittsburgh Brewing preferred closed '"a dollar higher at 10, while the bonds gold unchanged at 52. Independent Brewing cdmnion sold to the extent of ,600 shares at 2 and the preferred was Steady at 8. Summary. Sales? High. Low. | 20 Am Roll Mill... 54% 54% 125 A W G Mach.... 56% 56% \ 155 Do preferred.. 78% 78% b 600 Ind Brewing... 2 2 ; 245 Do preferred.. 8 8 10 La Belle Iron.. 115 115 390 Lone Star Gas.. 124 123 r 295 Mfrs L & H... 52% 51% 6,100 Mt Shasta 44 .43 I 30 Ohio Fuel Sup. 42% 42 j 70 Pgh Brewing... 3% 3% V 60 Do preferred.. 10 9% *: 30 Pgh Coal 55% 55% ; 4,900 P-J Copper 17% 17% eu west Airbrake.. 97 97 [| :-: CONFESSION ..'"Tonight as I write," continuetl ftjck. "I know that you. Margie have given me all the happiness I asked tor Just as I know that whatever a pan asks of his wife, if she loves him lie gives. . "I used to think my heart hungered tor something yfu did not giveknow now it was because I did not ask !t of you." , Ob, Dick, you said very truly when nrou dedicated this manuscript to me ttAdt.lt only the dead knew when to |eome back .and be forgiven that the I lives of most of us would be easier. I Iflo riot however believe that had we KMrnd together a half a century you HnU have told me what you havo ||u|^written to mh to be read aftei !oio rnuic. mo i > i;: \ rcai In life, dear Dick, is the soli which we most all lire and sy?you and ! have said often are a part of me" and yet we nust have known had we to reason it out that what I was not true, rd a man say the other event although he had lived with e many years yet he knew about her real soul. I thought ttylng that old game of bluff j to flatter his wife into bethat she was too complex for ire man to understand, because we do net believe me we love tries to bo frank i, or is it that we are never Tselveii because we are afraid i, that we fall back on the oln of complexity? u always seemed to me," said the other day when we were about something of this sort ien do not really want women them. For them 'the passioni poignant sweetness of love men conceive it is always it they want is only the certain sion and grace and comfort of isn's presence in the backof their lives?the foreground filled with mode interesting i, such as sport business, amind so forth. gle," she spoke again earnestly ee, every woman should be hfifnro fiha onfore www VUlVt O UlCVt 1 IQgO bat a great deal of this poetry that KtO have written to, for and about fdmen , Is simply high sounding l/VWhy, I heard a woman say the ther "day that she would rather be ie Romance that a man remembers Ban'the every day prosaic thing Hiicli becomes his life habit." '$?looked up with a smile, little booh, >r I thought of how many women Save hugged to their breasts the bought that they were t'ne romance flit a man remembers while the wife e lived with had become such a habit liat' he could not get along without Kr?-In fact he had forgotten all the flwnce and sometimes even the ptaen themselves. mtttle book, I am beginning to feel Htt l am not going to be able to live any kind of content, let alone hap I Relief from Eczema j Don't worry about eczema or other Kn troubles. You can have a clean althy akin by using a little zemo, tained at^my dri^g^store for 35c, or Emo generally removes pimples, black* B?ds, blotches, eczema, and ringworm ft'makes the akin clear and healthy, ng, is a dean, penetrating, antiseptia lid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains p& It is easily applied and costs a re trifle for each application, it is The S. W. Sow Co., Cleveland, 0. 9 L AND GAS 4t5 Weit Electric.. 45^ 45 Izises BONDS. $2,000 Pgh Drew 6b... 52 52 | New York NEWJlORK, May 18. ? Confuslnj conditions accompanied yesterday'! reduced mock uesiingH, me ni<trKet re cording a series of bewildering ad vances and declines. This uncertaintj resulted mainly from further profit taking and a renewal of short selling Intimations that the banks had is sued a note of warning against ex ccsslve speculation-excited some mis givings. but so far as could be learnec no undue discrimination was r-howi against industrial collateral loans. J Oil acd Gas. The kind of wells coming in reflec 'the difficulties that West Virginfa op I erators have in trying to lncreasi i iheir production. It will require bet \ ;er producers if a decline in prcduc | 'ion is to be averted. Near Wood I.iberty district Marshall county i the Manufacturers Light and Hea Company has drilled In a wildcat o: the Pipe-Hicks farm that i3 attract ing some attention. The oil was de veloped in the Gordon sand and i looks like a 20 or 25 barrell producer Tli/a T^urolrn Pine T ino C* ?v M?a Vl>w * (|/V Milts* V JlliJimj 11C1. connected the well and it will be drill ed deeper. It has been some yean since Marshall county has furnishet anything bflt. gas wells. At the pros nt time there are more test well: drilling in Marshall county than It any other district in West Virginia Near Bristol. Tetf' Mile district Harrison county. Earnest Randolph 4 Co. have now drilled their second tes on the Edgar Matheny farm througl and shot in the fifth sand. It is no good for more than three barrels i day. In Cove district. Doddridge county, the Hope Natural Gas Cora panv has completed its on the J. II Smith farm. It is not good for mori than two barrels In the Gordon sand In the same district the Carnegit Natural Gas Company's test on tin W. F. Cole farm is dry in the Big Injun formation and is drilling to thi S OF A WIFE :-= piness without Dick. Every day miss him more and more. Sometime I have a feeling that if I cannot ge away from everyone and everythln, that I shall scream. Then I get Inti my little car and go away out int; the country and drive about until am calmer. Mrs. Trent said to me the othe day. "I cannot understand, Margie how you can take the passing of m; dear boy so calmly. You must b< even less emotional than I though you were." I wish I could make you understand little hook, how Mrs. Trent alwayi affects me. It Is Just as though some one wha had the pawer to make yot crumple all up was always touchini you. Mrs. Trent knows that I an foolish, perhaps, about one seemin: to be afraid of the word death. W saying "passing'' or "going away" o "leaving us" or any of those othe silly things which only make us ap pear to be no afraid of death that wi do not even dare to speak his name Why not face the Inevitable, If awfu fact?why not say to the great enemy "I will not ignore j'ou Jike a child and although 1 know you V'lll gain thi battle of life in the end, yet I will gi on fighting, not. only for myself, bu for those I love?" Have I Teste this I I Twice a month is 1 facts ? to find out \ been added ? whethc up to the proper p losses have occurred. A test takes only a Just a little precaution the inconvenience of a mc from lights that are dim from actual damage to y When you come in be I to look at the Still Bett< only battery with the "B< absolute assurance of gett It left the factory. FAIRMONT BAT 225 Meredith St. MSSStsa rnnuuntAii c J Annual Report Shows Surplus Earning of Almost a Million. 5 BALTIMORE, May 18?In its an. ' nual report, which was received by e the Baltimore stockholders yesterday, g the management of the Monogahelia 3 Valley Traction Company shows sub . stantlal earnings over the previous . year. The report was closely sean 1 ned. and it is one of the properties in the West Virginia field in which capital from this city is largely invos ted. In his report James 0. Watson president of the company, says that 1 15 gas wells with coen-flow produc t , , : o SPECIAL NOTICES 3 1 ki r\T I r\ T IWIH.C ur o IUUKHOLDERS I MEETING. ! American Valve and Tank Company r j Pursuant to the order by the Board j of Directors of American Valve and ' Tank Company held on Tuesday the e 14th day of May, 191S, at 1:45 o'clock 1 P. M., a meeting of the stockholders of said American Valve and Tank . Company will be held at the principal 3 rooms of the said Company in the : rooms of the Fairmont Chamber ol l Commerce in the Watson building in 5 tho city of Fairmont on Monday, the a 27th day of May, 1918, at 2 o'clock 5 P. M? at which said mbeeting it is a the intention to present a resolution r or motion, authorizing the sale oi r stock and debentures below par, to i- an aggregate amount not exceeding b $100,000 par value of debentures and !. to an aggregate amount of not exceed' 1 ing $T>0,000 par value of common , stock. This notice is published in I, compliance with Section 24 of Chapter a 53 of the Code of West Virginia. d C. C. WEDDING, t Pers. Am. V. & T. Co. CARL RIGGS, Secretary. id Your Battery Month? not too often to get inside vhether enough water has ;r the charge has been kept oint ? whether avoidable few minutes. now may save you later from itor that refuses to turn over? t ?k?. Vv- ?*. _ n UWI MWJ 0UWVUU US UMIUIUit? our battery. lire to remind us that you want sr Willard Battery which is the me Dry" principle that is your tag a battery as new as the day TERY EXCHANGE Phone 1191-J * - if \ - ' ( * ' S V~^ > '* v v.i ;;i -' ,'i-' i on the W. H. and. Mary Hall farm and Jfo. 9 on the Joseph Krenn (arm. On Horn Creek, Troy district, Gilmer county, the Philadelphia Com' pany has now drilled Its wildcat on the Homer Mason farm through the Gantz sand. It Is estimated to be good'for 25 or 30 barrels a day. The location on this well Is far removed from production and later developments: On tb e waters of Indian Creek Elk district, Kanawha county, tho Ohio Fuel Oil Company has completed and shot No. 25 on the o. 2 W. G. ! Morris lease. It is located 2.00 feet i\ northwest of production and showing j for a very light pilmper in the Weir sand. On Elk Creek. Maiden district r the United Fuel Gas Company shot No. 2 on the C. Q. Smith farm, in. creasing its production from nothing - to almost Ave barrels a day. Gas wells are figuring to consider. able extent in the list of late comI pletitions in Richie county. On Bee! son Run. Clay district, the Hope Natural Gas Company has completed a test on the R. C. Jones farm developing a fair gas presure fn the Maxon [ sand. On Lynn Camp Run in the I sam e district the Philadelphia Com, pany got the same kind of a well in , the same formation on the F. Dotson farm. On Rock Camp Run the Car| negie Natural Gas Company has naw " drilled its test on the T. L. Mason ' farm through all sands and dry. In | the same district the Hope Natural Gas Company is drilling tests on the j William Core and W. G. Thomas , farms. In the same Iacality the Carnegie Natural Gas Company is due in | the sand at a test on the T. Elliot ! farm. i mil m. id nnnnnrnniin urin Hon oMMOgNO cubl* feet a day were either drilled or purchased during the year. There was produced from wells owned more gas is 1917 than is the previous year, not withstanding a decline in the prodnction througout the 1 entire natural gas field. Industrial rates for gas were increased 50 per cent in 1917. The management began the construction last September of the Lymn by-product plant at Fairmont. This ; plant contains seven units and will furnish the equivalent of 2;000,000 cubic feet of natural gas a day. The Income account for the year U as follows: Gross earnings $3,046, 769.17 Operating expenses, taxe3 and insurance, including in' come and excess profit tax 1,639,381.26 Net earnings from operation $3,407,388.21 Less fixed charge^ 454,026.25 Net surplus earnings .. $953, 361.96 HAVE AEROPLANE MAIL LETTERS D. A. Maurer, commercial superinfo-i-'rut of the Mo ''s!a Valley 1 Traction ompany, and Samuel M. Eccles, chief engineer of the Jamison | Coal company, both members of the I Aerial League of America, are in re" ' from ,j CGipt 01 letters iuat wcio miuqu wi/u* New York to Washington via Philadelphia on the initial trip made in the aerial service. The postmark stated that the letters were carried on the initial trip of the aeroplane. Horned toads are harmless, never trying to bite, even when taken into the hand. But they have a habit, perhaps as a means of defense, of spurtFINANCIAL STATEMENT REPORT OF THE CONDITION f Of the Fairmont State Bank, located i at Fairmont in the state of West Vir| ginia at the close of business May 10th, 1&1S. Organized September 15th, 1517. Bank first began business November 17th, 1917. Resources. Loans and discounts 5251,334.34 cjarnrad and un secured 9-30 Stocks and securities, including premiums 42,035.00 Banking house 30,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 0,800.00 ' Due from banks 52,690.01 , Checks and other cash items 6,276.47 Lawful money reserve in bank 27,885.49 ' Expense 4.884.9/ Total $421,915.58 Liabilities. 'Capital stock paid in $ 79,400.00 ' I Surplus fund 39.700.00 Undivided profit 7.931.02 Due to banks 3,518.37 , ; Deposits Viz: Subject to check $230,47S.94 | Time certificates 3G.S72.54 | Savings deposits. 24,001.46 291,352.94 ; Cashier's checks 13.25 I Total $421,915.58 State of West Virginia, County ot i Marion. ! | I, M. L. Brown, Cashier of the above liunittu uuuk, uo Boiemiuy bwear inai, ihe above statement is true to the j best ot my knowledge and belief. M. L. BROWN, Cashier. ;I Subscribed and sworn to before me , this 17th day of May, 1918. H. E. ENGLE, Notary Public. My commission expires Sept. 24, ' 1920. ; H. L. HEINTZELMAN, j MICHAEL POWELL, C. H. JENKINS, Directors. i . 1 Stomac Sine f PERUNA j I Now i ijjpy ^joy ! JpeiPjj The Best ! Health . < (-) You've 1 V 4. Third Lo I The Now show the thrift tha ->J demand that may be made I Plant a garden. Save am s k have before. - Do all yon 1 t duce the maximum of resu use a good bank in whii ^ 1 tions. This bank offers yic I Let's not set back at eas < K the loan over. Let's look at MI plished then look for anothi MI war. You can best help by uit> luc uiacuaigc ui ui? uuucb uuuu said decree, an abstract of -which is as follows: It is adjudged .ordered and decreed that this cause be. and the same hereby is referred to A. L. Lehman one of the commissioners in chancery of this court, who is hereby directed to -atco, state and report showing the following: "1. All the personal estate owned by said decedent, Nettie I. McCallister. at the time of her death; how much thereof came into the hands of sail defendants, Ira C. Moore and Fred L. Kowe. who have been qualified as the executors of said will; and what disposition said executive have made of said personal property. "2. What sums, if any, have beeu paid out by said executors upon the indebtedness of said decedent, or on account of charges against said estate. ' 3. What amount of said personal estate still remains in the hands of said executors. "4. What debts, if any, are payable by the estate of said decedent, to whom payable. their respective amounts and priorities, if any, and to whom owing. "5. Said commissioner shall also report a complete'itemized statement anu seuiemeni or me accounts or saia executors. "6. What real estate was owned by the said decedent at the time of her death, Its location, kind and value, and by what title held. "7. Said comissioner shall also ascertain and report to the court the names of all the legal heirs of said Nettie I. McCallister, deceased, showing %lso their respective interests in her estate remaining after the payment of the debts and charges and the expense of administration. "8. The said comissioner shall report such other matters as any party in interest may require, the same being pertinent, or such matters as the commissioner himself may deem partlnent, whether so required or not." At which time and place you are required to be present. Given under my hand this 3rd day of May, 1918. A. L. LEHMAN, Commissioner in Chancery. E. F. Morgan, Hairy Shaw, Counsel for Plaintiff. May 4-11-18-25. h Troubles le Childhood Made Me Well Mr. Wm. W. Everly, 8825 North Hancock Street, Philadelphia. Pa., ivrltes: "I have been troubled with stomaafc llsorders since childhood, bat after taking alx bottles of your Peruna, I I JWATmm -j1\' - * ' ' -ii-'v ^ 1 *' now enjoy the beet ot health. I also bad catarrh In the head, which practically has disappeared, thanksjto the Peruna Co. for their good work." Those who object to liquid medl*. ilnee can proouro Peruna Tablets. r*=*^r 5ut The t an Over N T?p r t will .meet every future r upon your purse. , I economize as you never can to make savin? pro- 1 Its. :h to place your accumula n >u Its fullest services. i e Just because we've put ? . f if ftfl a flna tViln n f i 1 > ?? aa ?? uuo iu>u5 I a i er chance to help win the I r I lip V t llMI I'lf f^.i "DIB CUfUXTMO. UB6 WlutXUif J6Ct irst from on* eye mad then the other i drop of blood to m dletttoe of 1? to IS lachee .repeating thl? eerrml times. , POPLTBY AND 8UPPIJEB FOR SALE?Thoroaghbred white English Leghorn eggs, setting 75c. Pi."-- ""> I K.17.?t.lM8 ? uwuv *?r v* ? ? - - - SPECIAL NOTICES COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. To Sarah Hull. W. J. McCalUater. R. W. McCalllater. H. R. McCalUater, Ajiza McCalUater, Clare McCailister, Linn McCalUater. Deaale Reed, Myrtle Hushes. Elsie Cather and Mary Tonkery, plaintiffs and A. C. McCailister. G. C. McCailister. and Fred L. Ilowe. Ira C. Moore and H. W. Gaskins, Executors of Nettie I. McCailister, deceased, and Maggie Hull, and Nettie McCailister Evangelizer, a Corporation. defendants: in the Circiut Court of Marion County, West Virginia in Chancery: You and each of you will takenotice that pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court of Marion County. West Virginia entered on the 11th day of April, 1918, in the Chancery cause therein pending wherein you are the parties complainant and defendant, 1 have fixed upon the 31st day of May, 1918, at my law office in the City cf Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia, as the time and place for btgiu Ill >>? . A nOIPIPrv A I ONrCEHT A WORD LOST AND FOUND LOST?4 leaf clover pin enameled in green set with pearl, between 3d St. and Loop Park. Reward It retamed to 310 Walnut Ave. S-17-3t-3897 LOST?S. A. E. *10 fraternity pin. Reward if returned to 701 Fairmont Ave. 5-17-3t-3S>5 SITUATION WANTED?MALE WANTED ? Position as gardner or lawn work. Address Box 3888 West Virginian. 5-15-3t-388S HELP WANTED?FEMALE WANTED?Three bright capable women to travel. $2500 to $50.00 per week. Weekly advance for traveling expenses. Goodrich Drue Co.. Dent. 937. Omaha. Neb S-4-4Sat-3S'3l WANTED?At once experienced saleslady lor women's ready-to-wear department. Apply Harrison's Dept. Store. 5-13-tf-387o WANTED?Laundress. Apply Cook's Hospital. 5-9-tf-3859 HELP WANTED?MALE*""" WANTED?Two porters, B. & 0. Best House. Bellvlew. 5-17-tf-3892 MEN wanted. Steady employment. Helmlck Foundry Machine Co. 5-16-tt 390. WANTED?6 laborers. Apply Cor. 5tb St. and Virginia Ave. Marlon Ice Co 5-15-3t-38S7 LABORERS WANTED?for concrete work 42 l-2c per hour. Carpenters 70c per hour. Apply at Nicola Building Company, Hutchinson Power Plant 4-19-tf-3749. WANTET WANTED?Liberty Loan bonds of first Issue. A. Hirsch. 311 Madlson street. 4-25-tf-3790. WANTED?Girls second hand byclcle in good condition. 16 or 18-lnch frame. Phone 402-W. 6-15-3t-3S82 STORE ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT?Warehouse building occupied by the Famous Biscuit company, 174-176 Cleveland Ave. Four floors with elevator. Possession after June first AOHlv C, W. Cnrhln TiknnA 259. " 5-i"Vtf-388Q INSTBPCTI0N3 WANTED ? Miners wanted uho are studying for examinations, to get the best mining book published, "Mining In a Nutshell," by James Wwdlaw, Scottdale, Pa. Price J2.25. 20-26t-3377. HOUSES WANTED house by June 1. Can give references. Call 1291-J. FOR RENT ? Furnished house for June, July and August. Inquire 305 East Park. 5-15-U-3885 WANTED?To rent house, 3 In family. Frances McQuillon, M. V. T. Co., City. 515 3t-3883 POLITICALADyEETISINO TO THE REPUBLICANS OF WEST VIRGINIA. I am a candidate for tha Republican nomination for United States Senator, subject to the will of the voters at the primary election to be held on Augu&l the sixth. vYour vote and Influence will be greatly appreciated. VIRGIL L. HIGHLAND. Clarksburg, W. Va. FOR U. 8. 8ENATE. I Editor West Virginian: You are authorized to announce that Davis Elkins, of Morgantown, Monongalia county, a candidate tor nomination, by the Republican party, for the united states senate lor west Virginia, subject to all the rules ot the Republican party, and the laws ot the state governing tbe primary election to be held August, /.918. ELKINS CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. J. H. IdcDERMOTT, Chairman. Morgantown, West Virginia. P. 0. drawer 881. Telephone 100. FOR UNITED 8TATE8 SENATE. You are authorized to announce 1 am a candidate tor nomination by the Republican party, tor the United States Senate tor West Virginia, suth Ject to all the rules ot the-RepublP ?an party, and tbe laws ot the state governing the primary to be held in August, 1918. JA8. A. HUGHES. Huntington. W. Va. 8 117 HATSOEVER it 8 VY fires, whatsovi 8 whatsoever developet 8 fires or fire breeding 8 any worth of manho 8 you, think of these th I F. E. NI & INSU ? Masonic Temple mmmmrntmmmmtmmm You Earn aa some of your friends? or business. How did th? Investigate?and yoi money, while you Spent j Do so no longer, dep partment weekly, and h; cent interest. Fairmont Tn r c,an do seen ai wnari. 0-lY-si-BMM FOR SALE?Corner lot faclngon Washington street 40x60. For to formation address Box 3889 West Vto ginian. 516-3t 3889. FOR SALE?Team, wagon and ban ness. Apply 215 Newton street^ FOR SALE?Drugget settee, hall rack. Phone 764-R. S-18-8M872 BANDLESS tiling envelopes. Convenient, durable and attractive. For sale by Fairmont Printing ft Publishing Co. 4-25-tf-37S7. AUTOMOBILES. ACCK8SOM1B8 FOR SALE?1917-model Buick Roadster. First class condition. H. L. Flowers, Stevenson Co. 5-7-tf-3847. .,^1 ROOMS?FURNISHED FOR RENT^^wo^^U furnished rooms for gentlemen. Traction apartments, First St., phone 687. || FOH RENT?Furnished room tor oni or two gentlemen. 1047-R. 5-l4-4t #OR RENT ? Two furnished" "W& rooms convenient to bnslness sec- ;; tion. 503 Quincy street 517-3t-3891 . v'f FOR RENT ? Light housekeeping tuuuio. v><ut iov\y. Q'l I'dl'OOua w Professional Cards _ J|M !l J^W^A. B. SCOTT, X^^KH^FV Optometrist and > v"^wpF 26 jhti P?"t1'ti < experience. ^Glasses furnished In A. B. Scotte& Company, MWM. ???? ?, eeeMMnJ :'$|j| - - i.. tY&g pAAAAMAMMMAAAMMMWWWWMMMWyMMMM DR. A. Jr. SMITH, 08TB0oATHIC PHY8ICIAH ''H AND EYE SPECIALIST. i*3 Glasses o( all nlnds correctly ^ fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed. Warn Hall Block ever Martln'a Drag Store. i^MeM^^YMMMWMY>S?>Si<W>AAeYMiaAAMawllA6Ji IS!. I ? , Dr. D. L. L. YOST Practice limited to office and consultation. New Location 310 Main 8t. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily, and 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday by appoint. | ment phone?New Directory 272; Residence Phone 1295 J. I-j-l-j-li-j-.- r.rj _-_-_-|_n - -_n-i-.n-L-L ri fr'f Mg Repairing and rebuilding au- * S^a| tomobUe radiators a specialty. ' mi Old Radiators Bought, Rebuilt and Sold. ^ Practical Tinner and 8h?et v [ Metal Worker. 9287Monroa Bb | 1. 1 1 ? 111 " " iyiyfnyf^yfnn>iyn<!a>io<f tMwwmMMmwfwMWWfii erer prevented fires, 8 flH materials; if there be ' 8 ' " i I ^ . II ; v \ v r^C?S8 ' ' > lA?wffgy , '' .* ^ - ." .if . '"- *v,'"^'^:^^hI * * .- i * I || I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES \ FOR SALE?670 acres Freeport Mttet * vein, railroad drift coaL Addree6 Postofflce box 1032, Pittsburgh. Pa. | ^wmw \ i-lm FOR SALE OR LEASE?OommerOW orchard, fifty acres on 160-A tract. Doddridge county. Address Box II 3 West Union. W. Va. 4-18-26t-371l FOR SALE OR LEASE?About 17 ' 'ipH acres of oil and cas land in good gas location 2 1-2 miles south of Wet* yfB ton, and one mile north of a large gasoline plant. P. J. Dyer, 142 Main Ave.. Weston, W. Va. 5-10-3864. JH|^H HOUSES FOB SALE FOR SALE ? An up-to-date 7-rootn bouse, hard wood with bath; finished attic; basement; hall; garage; a fine view; four minutes' walk tragi Watson hotel. At a bargain. 646 Pierpont avenue. E-16-3t-8884 FOR SALE ? Six-room frame house, seven room brick, elgbt room brick house. All large lots. Close In. Desirable community. Address Postoffice Box 250. 4-2tf-8648 FOR SALE}?1 cottage, 304 Highland Ave., Bellviev. 4 rooms and bath, lot 40x120. l house 109 Howard fit., 6 rooms and bath, lot 45x85. Reasonable prices. Leaving city reason for selling. Apply at 109 Howard fit, phone 924-W, A. C. Clossen. 41M8MT4I FOR SALE FOR SALE?Motor boat Call lSIMf.