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flfe > FITT8BCRGH, Jon* 14?Thera ?u
tvtkar lnproTem?Dt in the local atock
{?it*. with mining aharea playing a
fMBBBor pert in me dealing! ana me
WMMad increasing for the dividendWtn.
Ohio Fuel Supply continued
' Hi advance, reaching 46, the highest
^prtce for the year to date, and 4,120
Ikm changed hands during the day.
,9Me atcck was also talriy active In
Mm New York stock market, where it
j?Ched 46*. Manufacturers Light
MM Heat was In moderate demand
ad after selling off to 48* recovered
to aad closed unchanged at 49. Pittafrurgh
Oil and Oas was firmer at 7%.
Summary.
*MSA W O Mach... M*' B7*
IS?Am Roll Mill.. Site MS
IS Dis Sec Corp.... 4?0 60
SS Fireproof pfd... 7 7
?S Ind Brewing ... 1* 1%
1H Mfrs L ft H 49 48*
4.186 Ohio Fuel Sup . 46 44*
10 Pittsburgh ( .a! h
I>200 Pgb-Jer Copper .39 .39
SO Pgh O ft G ?H 7%
10 Pgh Plate Glass 112 112
100 West Electric. . 43 424
i & 8,015
I | New York 1
' /& NEW YORK, June 14.-A gradual
hardening of prices subject to moder'
I ate reactions accompanied yesterday's
trading on the stock exchange. Dealt
lags were light until the final hour
when a spirited inquiry for V. S. Steel
and some of the more specuative issues
effected an active and strong
close.
News of the day, both foreign and
domestic, seemed to exert little Inflaeaee
although the first setback
1*11 eotnctaem wun inr puuiitauuu
f the war bulletin.
Money rates were undisturbed by
heavy transfers of cash to meet InMM
tax paymenti. but the supply
Of time fundi was esreedingly limited
Srain and Produce
ii
CHICAGO. June 14 ?Ideal weather
lor the frowlr.x crop favored the bear*
yesterday In the corn market 1)? \mv
aome sharp bulges in the last half of
the session, the market closed heavy,
lc to 1% net lower, with July 1 43't
to 1.43,44 and August 1 4.1*4.
Articles? High (.'lose
July 144', 143'j
Aug 141 145'4
OatsJuly
70S MS,
S Aug 61 64 s,
forkJuly
4130
Sept 4176 4160
Oil and Gas. |
Light wells are in evidence In the
Hat of late completions in the Wert
1 t Virginia fields In Troy district. Gii
Bier egnhty. the Hope Xatural Gas
Cempanv has completed a second test
OB the William Cole farm. It i? show
tug tor a 15-barrel producer in the
P Cants sand In Murphy district. Rit
; ' ' chla county, the same company is due
lb the sand at a test on the r c
Jones farm. The rig for a test on the
)t K Knight farm has been completed
In the same district the Carnegie Nattral
Oas Company is drilling a test
?n the F Elliott farm and It has the
fig completed for a test on the J
Bayne farm.
On Danta Run. Mannington district.
MOTORS URGE
^OPLEJOBSE
WIVKt IKUR Mil
PHOSPHATES
thejr Come Out Strong for
Phoephated Iron.
TitfflV't doctor* all over the country
toe rabidly learning that one of the
t> operations they ran always depend
on for all blood and nerve trouble* Is
Phoephatod Iron, they have found that
H gives results and can bfc depended
Fhoapbated Iron baa proved a real
l*C Mood and nerve builder in the
Bprlot aeaaon when so many are all
nw UVWU ?I1U UIBtftVU vyil UU? I"
lack of fresh sir, exercise, green
foots axi clogged poisoned blood.
Pttnllsis say Pbosphsted Iron builds
u your body by building up your
E paf and nerees. end many physic
ions elsim there would be few overMarked
moo, nervous women, blood?
lass old peoaie sad pole children, were
f the hsasOte of Pbosphsted iron more
pKhtf known, that there Is no need
* asniSil notaa aronnd tired oat ell
k. nerW<? edge, suffering with, poor
Mead and ladk of energy when Phoslisted
Iron will make you feel lice s
are ana make yos look 100 per cent
attar, dvs you restful sleeo. hr?r#
^fvn w? an yon can work with ease and
I ajor lite once again
(MAoQli/ed Iro? igiajtfcnd 4*rl
kM yon owe it to yonnelt end
MMM MnMeaa end their pa<
Plpgp.fM^SMe^Mdoe Phoepheted
MM. Inaiet ae oep
^Hwhkla Qkr Dru? Co, Hall'* Dm*
mbr at iMMbf drncftsta every
LAND GAS B
teat on the A 11 Glover tern through
tho SO-toot sand. It Is obovtng tor
a producer atyj wl" not drilled
to the lower send at thle time. la the
eame locality the Carter Oil Company
la drilling in the 30foot sand at it*
aecond teat on the a M Glover farm.
In Union district, Clay county, the
Ohio Fuel Company has a better well
MaHofi rftnntv th? Smith Pann Ht
Company has now drilled iti second
at No 6 on the Harper Miner farm
than was Indicated when It was drilled
through the Big Injun sand. It was
estimated to be good for fire barrels
a day but Is now good for 10 barrels.
On Anne Run Burning Springs district,
Wirt county, the Federal Oil Company
has started to drill No | on the Provident
Mining Company's property.
EAST SIDE II
1 NEWS 1
Alumni.
The alumni meeting of the East Side
schools will be held at the Central:
school building this evening at eight
o'clock when the graduating elass of
. 1918 will be received into the associa- j
tion. A good program has been pre,
pared for the meeting and a large at
1 tendance Is expected
Children's Day.
Children's day programs are being
prepared by the Sunday schools of the
Diamond Street M. E. church and the 1
First Methodist Protestant church for >
next Sunday. The young folks have
spent considerable time practicing and
the programs promises to he very la-1
teresting.
Social Was a Succsss.
The "Apron Social" at the First M.
P. church last evening was largely attended
and proved to be a success fi- j
nancially as a neat sum was realized
to help In defraying expenses for I
church repairs A good program was
..A selA..skle ?*? >! >
puvni nuu an rnju?ouir cfoniai
' spent by all present
i > _ " ' ;
Bell-ans
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. Druggists
refund money if it fails. 25c
Keep F
Boy
When your bo
was a oreign <
to take care of
and to play a
with implicit fa
Now we have
boy out into a
I lr?
eCUlilUl even IU
tered. He kn
does his.
Pledge yoursel
Saving to help
the ugly name
blessed privileg
Are we keepin
and saving anc
thing that hum
help them com
Are we doing
Sign a pledg
headquarters
Committee in
IThk Space <
! Sa
Mrs. Uitk. at Oraftoa. to Halting
bar daughter, Mn. frut Out, ta
Mrtx mm
MIm Lena Woodward, of Taylor
coast?, who baa boon Halting ratatlroa
at lUnnigton the paat wook rata
reed to Falrnont laat evening and
la the gueet of Mra Lute Brown In Dlamond
street.
Mm. Maggie Davis, or east Ferry
street, spent Thursday with her sis- i
ter, Mrs. Hardman, on the Grafton ,
road
Elmer Stealey. of East Ferry street. ,
who has typhoid fe\er, Is getting along ,
as well as could be expected.
Ethel, the three year old daughter
of Mr and Mrs Flynn In East Park
avenue, is quite ill.
Mm Thomas Carpenter, of Pittsburgh
avenue. Is spending this week
with Mr and Mrs. Smith at Emshaw. ,
Mr. Carpenter will go down Sunday
and acompany her to Wheeling to visit
their son. Harry Carpenter.
Miss Ardith Kerns and little brother.
Earl, are visiting their aunt and
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson, at
the Hite mines. They will also visit
Mr. and Mrs. P A Harris at Parker
1 Run before returning
j Mrs. Russell Garner and little daughter,
Virginia, returned yesterday from
Clarksburg where they had visited
Mrs. Carl I.awson since Sunday. Mr.
HYPO-COD PUT!
TIME "PEI
Knocked Paint Out of Hit Shouldar
And Arm. Helped Hit Blood
And Sleep.
SLEEP IS RESTFUL NOW. RHEUM
fTISM HAS GONE.
Charley Kemp, Constable. save Hypo
Cod 1" the bent medicine for rheumatism
and that general rundown
feeling he ever heard about. Everybody
knows this gentleman who alto
has charge of the Centre School aa
Janitor
Mr Kemp is not young, nor It he
very old as old age goes but It Just
now at about the age when the system
needs a helpful tonic and blood
medicine and here is what he say*,
?s thousands of others have said before
him.
"My rheumatism was bad in my
shoulder and elbow and I had one of
Wheeling's best doctors treating me
for two solid months but he didn t
seem able to do me any good so 1
took Hypo t'od and I wish I had started
on Hypo Cod first.
"I was rundown too those days and i
aith Wit
/i A HI
over TH
>y was so little tha
country to him, h
him. You sent
nd on your little
lith he did your b
sent your boy or y
foreign land, into
low?and his fait
iows we will do
f to buy War Sa\
our sons is not tc
of duty or sacrifv
fe.
g the faith? Are
1 giving to help 01
anity has asked c
ie back to us sar
not only our bit,
e card and lei
of the National
die Fleming Bui
attributed for the winning o!
m B. Isem
Catered in By Cops ?
Bontric* Johnson, need 14 y*a?, nnd *
Margaret Leonard, need 11 two joug 1
women of notorious chsrmctsr, wore v
irrested this morning nt 1:26 o'clock
it tho Tavern by officers Seaman nnd *
Dlgman and placed in Jail on a-chart*
if loitering This morning th* girls (
ippeared in police court and wer* each n
fined 15 and costs and falling to put
up the fine were lodged in th* Jail. j
Their cases will be turned over to th* ^
city matron and th* girls probably j
will be placed in a retention home
A a : a , a TT ?I ,
tiotn riris came nere irom mrniuu
county.
The ease of James Murphy. alias ,
"September Morn." arrested Sunday f
!ast on a charge of disorderly conduct,
will come up for trial In police court at
eight o'clock this evening. Murphy j
will be defended be Attorney Harry Shaw
FAIRVIEW d
C
Th* Pythian Sister District Con- j
vention will be held at Terra Alta 1
a
TIE OLD i
P" IN HIS VEINS i
c
a
would wake up of a morning feeling 1
all fagged out and worse poaalbiy
than when ! went to bed, I Just felt
like doing nothing but a friend of .
mine who had taken four botlea of .
Hypo Cod was bubbling over with enthuslasm
about it and claimed It had i
built him up and made him feel like .
a new man. and I says to my^lf. Maybe
these is something In what he I .
says and enough before I had flnisScJ ,
the second bottle I was feeling great.
I took it according to direction* and (
my rheumatism left me entirely and .
I'm feeling so much more lively and
full of pep. I can't help but believe *
Hypo Cod answers the question? t
when somebody wants a goad tbnjc
and rheumatic remedy. f
Hypo-Cod contains extractives from t
fresh cod-livers, malt, iron, wine and
other recognized body building, blood t
purifying elements. j
In Fairmont Hypo Cod is sold by >
Fairmont Pharmacy. Crane's Drug a
Store. Martin's Drug Store. H-H Drug li
Company, Mountain City Drug Co., r
and Hall's Drug Co. t
. t
(
h Your i
lere" ;
i
.t aii urnvl/J I
ftV uu ftftiv TT V11VI
ie trusted you ;
Kim to school j!
: errands, and !,
idding. |j
our neighbor's
tenors that he j
h has not fal- ?
our part if he ;
c
II
1 F
F
rings Stamps. *
>be called by
:e. It is love's
we scrimping
ur boys do this
>f them, and to
ie and whole?
but all we can? :
ive it at the
War Savings
ilding.
f the war bj j
Jl
1 1 w
Mm m MMC
Mima Grace Amos a?d Hattio Han.
[t. ind Mrs. H. C. Cummins. Nettle
lalaburg. Mn. 0111# Toothman, Arbor
Ammons tad Charlie Fluhnrty
tteaded the grSduating exercise* of
ke Fairmont Normal echool Thursday ?
ranting. Mliaee Mildred Cummins.
Ira Toothman and Rub^ Snhij^ss
ere among the gfVuate* 1'
Mr. and Mm. Clinton Wilt and dau- .
hter, Miss Martha, were Fairmont 1
laltori Thursday
Mra. J. E McChesney and Mra. 1
iyde Machesney were Fairmont visit 1
ra Thursday ;
Mr. and Mra. Charlea Johnston, of
lethel. were shopping at Fairmont |
huraday and the guest of Mra. A. C. (
lawktns bn Locust avenue.
Walter Barger, who has been at hla ]
lome on <. niragn street ror tne past | ]
levaral day*. left Tuesday evening | ]
or Toledo. Ohio jSPECIAL
KOTIC1B ]
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice Is hereby given that the unlersigned,
Charles L. Wbiteman. will <
in Monday, the 24th day of June, atj
en o'clock a. m of that day or as soon '
hereafter a* the matter can be heard. J
it the court house of Marion county, j
Vest Virginia, in the city of Fairmont,
ilarion county. West Virginia, make j
ipplication to the Circuit Court of MaIon
county. West Virginia, for a state (
icense to carry a revolver.
My name is Charles L Whiteman;
ny occupation is that of paymaster '
ind storekeeper for the Harry B. Coal
ompany, a corporation and I reside '
it Highland in the county of Marlon, '
Vest Virginia ]
Dated on this 13th dav of June. 1918. '
CHARLES L. WHITEMAN. J
40TICE OF MEETING OF BOARD I
OF REVIEW AND EQUALIZATION.
ro Whom it May Concern:
Tou are hereby notified that the 1
Hoard of Review and Equalisation of
Harior. County, West Virginia, will
neet in the City of Fairmont, at the
!",ourt House of said County, on Mon 1
lay the 1st day of July, 1918. for the ]
lurpose of reviewing and equalizing!'
io?H8 ?'dl Jo f err ^
urned b ythe assessor, and will con '
inue in session until said work Is '
ompleted. not, however, exceeding 1
wenty-flve days.
The land and personal property
looks of said county for the current ;
'ear will be open for inspection and ,
my person may examine the same
ind have any errors that may appear
n the assessment of his property directed.
and do such other nad further 4
hings that may be necessary to pro- ;
ect his interests.
Given under roy hand thl sSth day
if June. 1918.
A 0. MARTIN,
-lerk of the County Court and ex 1
officio clerk of said Board,
lune 14-21-28-1918.
m THE VICTIM
OF A P.FNFRM
VI n VJLI1UU1L
BREAKDOWN
But L. H. Cook nf Watson.
Was Soon Builded Up
by Nerv-Worth.
This endorsement from Watson
jroves anew the power of Nerv-Worth
0 overcome even the deep-rooted ailnents
In a short time. This is the
itatement made to Crane's drug store
>y Mr. Cook:
"I have taken one bottle of NervVorth
for a general nriakdowu. I
vas so nervous tna*. I could not sleep,
am a coal miner and I can now work
1 full day.
"L. H. COOK.
"Watson. W. Va."
(One mile from Fairmont.)
Kerv-Worth calms the nerves, whets
he appetite, adds flesh, aids dlgesIon,
ronses the llv<r. regulates the
owels. restores restful steep, ban- ,
ihes sick and nervous headaches and
- .k.. ..J M|.. MM
luor ?u?l miu uuiius uy ftuu~ .
own systems.
Your dollar back at Crane'a drug
tore. Fairmont, if Nan-Worth doea
ot benefit YOU. Neighboring agenlee:
Johnson's Pharmacy, Shinnsin:
Honaker Pharmacy. Monongah:
'. J. Yost, Falrvlew; W. P. Moran,
armintgon; H. J. Mathews ft Co..
lanntngton.
117 HATSOEVER ma!
VV fires, whatsoven
whatsoever developeth
fires or fire breeding m
! ll . j ? j
any worm 01 mannooa
you, think of these thin]
F. E. NIC
|; INSURJ
Masonic TempleN-O-T
Coupon bonds of Thir
ready for delivery. Subs
on or before May 9th, 191
receive their bonds.
?__! *1 1. ^ 1
ouDScnoers wno nai
of 5 per cent, are remind
ment of 20 per cent was du
i Fairmont Tru
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... .. j
WAHTC
A"ANTED?Second hand typewriter
desk in good condition. Addreer
Jo* 399 J. Wnt Virginian
610-tf. 3996.
WANTED?Two second hand flat top
desks, one each 36 Inches and 48
nches. Muat.be cheap. Apply Bo*
1964 West VIonian 6-7-tf-39S4
CASH TOR Sh false teeth. Don't
matter if hroken. I pay IS 00 to
115.00 per set. also cash for old gold,
lilyer, platinum, dental gold and old
fold Jewelry. Will aend cash by reurn
mall an'd will hold goods 10 days
'or senders approyal of niv prices.
Ulll In f Ua*.? 9AA- C S*k
Man u? ij .natn, ivvi o u< ii niiro*
Philadelphia Pa 5-3V?6t. 3!?48.
HELP WANTED?look and hou*e
man or housemaid. Telephone 63.
Mr* Geo T Watson.
POLHICAL ADVEBT18IWQ
ro THE REPUBLICANS OF WEST
VIRGINIA.
I am a candidate for the Republican
lomination for United States Senator,
lubject to the will of the voters at the
trimarr election to be held on August
be sixth.
Your vote and influence will be
greatly appreciated.
VIRGIL L. HIGHLAND.
Clarksburg, W. Va.
FOR U. S. SENATE.
Editor West Virginian:
You are authorized to announce that
Davis Elkins, of Morgantown, Monongalia
county, a candidate for nominaion,
by the Republican party, for the
United State* Senate tor Weet Virginia,
subject to all the rules of the
Republican party, and the laws of the
itate governing the primary election
:o be held August, s?l8.
ELKINS CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE.
J. H. McDERM JTT. Chairman.
Morgantown, West Virginia.
P. 0. drawer 8S1, Telephone 100.
FOR UNITED STATES SENATE.
Tou are authorised to announce
I am a candidate for nomination by
:he Republican party, for the United
States Senate tor West Virginia, sublect
to all the rules of the Republican
party, and the laws of the state
governing the primary to be held In
August, 1918.
JAS. A. HUGHES.
Huntington. W. Va.
C() Al, LANP8
FOR SALE?12 acres Freeport coal.
other veins and mining rights. 8250
If sold immediately. Address Box
1002. West Virginian 6 10-3t.
NOTICE
All dental offices in Fairmont
will be closed each Saturday afternoon
from Saturday May 25,
until Saturday, Nov. 1, 1918.
WANT ADS PAY
Advantages That Other
Children Have Yours i
Are Also Entitled to.
Start a fund for your ehilI
dren now. Let them make
II the deposit*. When the time t
| i? ripe for hither educational
|j facillttea lack of funds will
II not atand in their way.
j They will be models of
1 thriftlnesa as well. UndoubtJ
edly before they are of age
3 your children will be adding
" to the fund from their per
11 onal earning*. and will ap- 11
predate the value of a dot- [J
" lar. SUrt the fund Satur- I
k( day. Bring your children | |
Lj along.
/
BANK.yKiL,
FAmMONrMnR
W??T
8
;eth for safety from !i
;r preventeth fires, i
care in handling gj
ateriali; if there be |;
or womanhod in
ga?Fire Facts.
'.HOLS I
VNCE.
Fairmont, W.Va.
?
-I-C-E 1
d Liberty Loan are now I
cribers who paid in full 1
18, may call at once and
re paid initial payment I
ed that the second pay- I
? and payable May 28th.
at Company |
. -V* ' ' ?. J3&Ekk . . I* 'A : SB
f*?irnrnm?mimm??
d^WRTISINGll I
cmwhiiw oaon-1
H1LP WAJTTK>-fPCAL?
WANTED?White woman for general
housework 226 Watson Are.7 phone
285 fi 6-tf. iH?
WANTED? Maid for general housework.
Mr*. John W. Mason. Jr., 436
Morgantown Ave., phone 112.
WANTED?Laundress. Apply Cook'*
Hospital. 6l-tMa$?
~ HELP WANTID^-MALE ~
WANTED?Men steady employment.
MECHANICS?HELPERS
LABORERS.
Helmlck Foundry Machine Companv,
Sth street and Belt Line. Falrmon-,
W. Va.
WANTED?Wide awake salesman, one
having light truck or horae pre
ferred, for an established dlrect-to-con
sumer business. Permanent employment.
cppotunity for advancement end
good compensation assured. Write
Manager. 609 Main street. Wheeling
W. Va, for details, stating age. wheth
er married or enpie and past eiperi
ence. 6-7-6t2!>82
ROOMS TO RENT
FOR RENT ? Furnished rooms fnt
light housekeeping 324 Jefferson
St.. phone 517. 6-10-tf
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
523 Walnut avenue 6-12-tf.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Call
1325-W 613-4t-4012
FOR RENT?Two turnished rooms fot
light-housekeeping Must give good
references Applv 106 Bridge Alley
614 3t 4013.
HOUSES FOR SAL1
FOR SALE ? Stx room frame house,
seven room brick, eight room brick
; house. All large lots Close in. Desirable
community. Address Posti
office Box 250 4-2tf-3643
FOR SALE ? Eigh' room veneered
brick house, large lot and garage.
South Side, good location Call phoae
195-M. 6-10-tf
l FOR SALE--4 room house* with corner
lot 90xloo. 25 minutes walk from
court house fl.ono if sold imnfedlately.
6-123t-4M6
rns RAT.* I
FOR SALE?Trespass notices. Fair- V
Mont Printing & Publishing Co.
?12-tf-4M7
FOR SALE?Heed baby carriage. Prac
ttcally new. Call 526-R. 812-3t-4008
KOK SALE?Valuable property Iocj
ted at corner Monroe and High
street. For further particulars * address
P. O Box 304 Mnrgantowh. W.
Va. 6 12-6t. 400#.
FABMB FOR BALE
FRUIT AND DAIRY FARMS?Sever- U
al choice farms as well aa town
property at bargain prices. Let us
know your need. Q. H. Cowdery
Agency. Geneva. O. 6-8-26L 3990.
250 VIRGINIA FARMS FOR BALE on
easy terms. Special bargains. 700acre
farm, fine old colonial home, near
church, school and R. D. at 920 per
acre; 1-3 cash, balance 1, 2, I, 0 and
5 years. Write tor catalogue. Emmett
D. Gregory. Dlllwyn. Va. ?-10-2?t-SN7
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED?Room and board In private
family In exchange for services.
Apply Box 3980. care West Virginian
office. <-7-tt-3tl<
HOUSES FOR RENT*"
run Kt.vr?Mouse. Edgmont. Call
phono 840-J. 5-31-tf. 3950.
IJTOMOBILES. A00E880&IS8
FOR SALE?Ford roadster with equipment
not boon driven a hundred
mile*. Owner going to war. Call
40-R. Fairview. 4-10-St.
0mCE8 TO RENT "
FOR RENT?Furnlahed office salt* \
able for engineer or architect
Phone 391. G 13 4t. 0011.
8T0RE BOOMS FOR BENT* |
FOR RENT?Warehouse bufldtng oo- ^
cupied br the Famous Biscuit company,
174-179 Cleveland Ave. Iter
floors with elevator. Possession after
Jnne first Apply C. W. CorWn, phone
259. 9-14424130 1
?
[Professional Card?
I a scottJ
?lHo5S?2La? '
? Tin VTMttel
Qlw flllBlrtli hi ?
om how. WBh |ir
A. B. Scott a Company,
JEWELERS.
dr. a. b. stem
OSTEOPATHIC PHf?CIAH
rAND eYE syctALii^rT/
y|
Dr. D. L. L. YOST
Practice limited 10 oflloo oai
COBSnlUUOB.
Now Location >10 Main tL
Hoar* > a. . to I r. m. On*.
and 1 to 4 p. m. Sunday by ayyainV
BM&t phono?New Directory SM;
Keeidence Phone ISM J,
".yly m J
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innnrr- - . -
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Repelrinc and rebuilding a? J
tomobile radiators a specialty.
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