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tl what little trading transpired. V. S. 1
(M common was active, tic2 shares
- changing hands, the price ranging be I
tween 107*4 and 103, and closing at j
lN%a not gain of 1%. I>a Belle Iron
advanced a point to 113 with 175 rhares ,
sold. American Window Glass Ma-,
chine common closed steady at 61%.
Lone Star at 147Vh and Ohio Fuel Supfig
*t 44Both
Weatlnghouse issues advanced |
fractionally. Pittsburgh Jerome told i
Summary.
Kv Btfsa? High. Low.
KAWQ Mach... 614 614
14 Am Woolen com 674 674
10 Inter Paper com 8? 36
Blm^Miri fa nrllfi lr mm 1H in ,
I 12* Lone Star Gas . 148 147' I
3C Mfrs L ft H ... 494 49
550 Ohk> Fuel Sup .41 4
I 1,500 V-J Copper 47
I 275 Pht O ft G 7% 7*4 1
I 802 V 8 Steel com.. 109 107^
98 West Airbrake. 9?; 9544
50 West Elec com. 44 44
*,?!?
BONDS
I 11,600 Lib Lot 34
I I Now York 1
11 - ?
NEW YORK, June 25. ? War newt5'
H VM the chief incentive for ; < erday's
I atrong and moderately
market, trader-, atttaching rruicU sonl ,
mental valuo to the Austrian retreat.!
I ' Bllletin from the \\v .t front nlso gave
1 Impetus to the advance, which encom
faaaed many leadin.t Issue, rails ex
eapted
| United State* p -el made n rjradua!
Tlao of tM points to ICS1*. Its highest
R level In a month on a tu that;,
B eempletely swamped ,-ii other
lie'a ted Is-:- rl-liy tethlehem
end Crucible steels, moved forward la
elmoat equal de-tree.
k r ant>t ~r"'
CJWAGO. June
I aiynLtude of the Auatri ir '
I father with London talk of a
Mfirit* p:cr.3 with Austria. h
ab: J 11 sharp break in corn v-V
jroc.'crdsy ditrlri? the In t 30 mlnu.
of tradios The market cio e.l h
%c to %c net lower with July 1
I to 1 Atii: c nu Aum- 1.40 t >
Oat: *inish-"1 ' c
later.') uncn .ngeu to lor iyh r.
A"t^c'oe? Open Close
Corfs
J-J 1
146 ? 14
H[
Ju':? 72 71'
A*.
|. Por&M
LKit
pumperr and ?aror \> t'
boaSrtO n-rlf n flrld. bed n o'f
4t tfc br-tnn'.ns of the we'ls. o
Dolls Ran. h.v- ,
II* ccanty. w? t V-.-?i 'a.
n? t'opiotnv tl
en tho Noah Shriver fa -n ir ? thFourth
land, deve'oplr.g a li .t V.ov I
of oil in that forrat'>n. Cn J ' >
Run. in the srr.te (llat 'ct, t'-e ea-'
comnr.ny h? coat:.I c to : or- t!
W L Tcaaant farm. It Is a gas^r In
the Gordon sand.
Ott Little Creak. C-eene district
Wotael county, the D;nirn Oi'- ' put'
drilled No S on the N O Mvc
farm through the Big Ir.Jun sanci.
to barren In thnt formation aril drii,
lag to the Gordon sand. On the cuno i
tream and In the same dir. riot t:
Benedum-Trccr, OH Co.npnry I . due
la the Big Injun sand at a r.aeond tost
Ml the Mary C Sttodgrur. far.
On Poea Run of Rush Orrdff. SmlthK
teld district. Roane county, the Olii >
Rtel Oil Company's No 7 on the H C
raytor farm 's through .he Big Injun
and. A light show of oil was do
reloped. but not crcur'i to rjtke a
paying producer. It sa-ill be abandonid.
On 8teer Creek, Center district.
CHteer cpunty. Godfrey 1. Cabot ha i
rilled a test on the Ralph W Benaett
term through the salt sand. It
has a fair gasgcr. On Jacobs Run,,
fen Mile dlitnct. Harrison county, tho
Stockton Oil Comnany ha-, now drill
d a second test on the Varner heir.;'
S5-" torn through the Gordon sand. It is ,
k duitag and it WHI be a \:id tied
On-Lower Run. Grant U: irlci. Wei
n( county, the Hope Natural Ga
Company has made a locatl-n for a
I tout on the Lucius Hays farm. On
fishing Creek. In the same district.
Ike same company is building rigs on !
L' i
H COM
I # The Bo
? Thousan
IV .a
o COUPONS Q|
O AND %7l
f h = ass tkta'witk pr?-?. | Q
Greatest Song B<
SB n* talk, never before atteml
??" am I baa a tbouiaod af be wurM'i
gjj aw^aaWj kai been^aKarnpnaked. In
mac LESS THAN ohe'to
K Shiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiui
HL A i
| ntteonrgh |
CJRQH, June 25?On Fourth!
iroi.1 un'wns* inv, r u. i i.rj m ?r;niain
until after i:i? departure of the
to/cur'.- hroi'ier. Harold M. Ga-kins.
ifh Yx'ednesday's cont.o nt of soldiers.
Were Here Sunday.
Mr. rnd Mra. Ciiarles White and
children, of Morgan'-own. were guests
of Mr?. White's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
fliarle? Jonrs, Sun-Jay. Tl r little
jon, James, remained v. itb hi; grandparents
for a lew nays' vi: it.
Guests of Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Wells.
L'r. and Mrs. A. Barlow and nan,
llobert, formerly of Spencer. motored
li. re fr in Florida, arriving Saturday,
r.r.d spent the week end with Itev. ana
Mrs .1 r\ WeBt at t! ^ir home in Mar
ot street. The frtvily were en route
to lint ulo, N. V.. where l)r. liarlow
will en- r the government service at;
a physician.
A'te -d np Epworth League Meeting.
R^x. I'. We!! . pastor of the Diamond
r'.raat church. is attending rally
meeting of the Kprworth Let;,tie this
vca'-. Rev Weil.i i ptroddent of the
. Vi- ita State Bpworth UsfH
d r '"? 'dresser, at E'ittns, Terra
' i ami Bridgeport (luring
. e v t ,-t.
Go to Mcrgrn'r-'"?.
' ltd Mrs. Htrrj Mei ' )T> nf
.. v. o 1- .c ben visit:ng rt
? ; ( t' r.';\ Will r > 11 -r?
r-)~n trr.iv in v:.,;r i .
[ " -till Mr. : ! J"
mo urtiitl 'i'K y will It ivi Mr-'
town Saurrdry fr- J* - . Ion,
D-: jg Wall.
Htip-'h Gler i. son of fir. and J!r
DON'T
Wi'ite it on Your CufT!
Jot it D.:r. n in t:"o
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Th(> idcr.l way to make memoranda
ant :y Information that
y hi neo-1 fr :'!!> . Covers lort
for yror:. Shorts ran bo obtainri
anytime, rtilcl In six stylos.
Bound in Kan ' unto Durable
Black Morocco, with ltod Leather
Index that enables you to find what
you want in.itantly.
FAIRMONT PRINTING A PUB
LISHIXG CO.
Corner Adcmr. & Quincy Streets.
Fairmont, W. Va.
PON *??%. :
iok of a % j
1C = I
a oongs i
I bf ?u
Virginian
3 ~ SECURES
!>C THE BOOK
MA II '''I 'or poitate with
irlAIli Jug miles, loci 600 a*
OnFBC on It., lie; irrater M
lU/blU distance atk poet maalet
rate (or i lt>a. ^J2
>ok Ever Made
ptrd. of plactny under one orrr JJJS i
niott popular itandard aonfa. old
this treat collection every ntiii'
?t to aauaie. tbat make a neraonal mmmm
t cloth. SU* Hi a 10 iacW
ITH or A CENT APIECE
iiuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1
time since the i.rat 01 me year.
On Steer Creek. Center district, Gilmer
county, the Oil Purpoteg Comtiny
has started tq,dr J. a wildcat on
the El!a H Stump farm. On Rocky
Pork, Harper district. Roane county,
the Carter Oil Compsny has started
to drill a second test on the s K
['htlllps farm.
EAST SIDE |
.> NEWS
Missionary Meeting.
T! < F?re.(tn .Missionary society of
the K rst M. 1*. churen will meet this
nretiir? at the churt *?t eight o'clock.
A good attendance i iosired.
From Brownsville.
Mr. and .Mm, Howard Raskins and
rhlldrt i arrived here last evening
ill ro., T'. ni'Ill ..v,
rn i - ^n"?> *?,'
.ANDGAS [I
he O E Crtn and JJ H Cox farmi. On
hinkard Cr-'-k. district. Vurun
talla county. the Pen reri Gas Company
Is riorfiog up at a test on the
Perry Johnson farm. On Dolls Run
lite Morris OU Company is bulldlns
h* r!u for a second test on the J
Morris farm. Mnnonralia county has
ore new work starting than at any
Prominent Fairmont Lawyear,
Now in Service,
Admonishes Friends.
and Mra. William S. Hayraond
i today leceived a '.efter from ih^ir con.
Sergt&nt Frank 0. Haymord from
"Somewhere In France." In the course 1
of the lotrr Mr. I'aymond states thai
; he is getting alonR llnely and ihst he i
i
iaur..?Lifr
SBMPOCMWMMBS
Perhaps We
Ahoi
and
Some Chalmers ow
in our advertisements
to the exclusion of oth
Now perhaps they
with them.
If we have tried tc
had evolved in these
and of almost revolut
space was not wasted
Besides, we assume
one of the best motor
The Chalmers has i
In general terms.
For many years pa
sidered it among the t
And we did feel th
to excellence of finish,
discovery that made t
and thereby placed it
If we have erred in
features, on any one c
But?are you sure
the "Hot Spot" and I
and economy and the
Certainly not all bi
other cars!
And we can't imag
knew the difference?i
TOURING CAR.7 PAMr.NCFR {
TOURING CAR.S-PASSPNGER:
STANDARD ROADSTER . .
AU. PRICES f. <
o_n r< .
IlftUi V"7
Meredith Street.
. has ttrer. l? icttiM alms alcaTjr. Ifliss]
[ Hitcir the aurt" In chirge. Mr?.
| (Jlann haa also tiera fll the pact taw |
I day* with tansilttt*.
From meter*. W. V?.
Mr* John A. Earr.es, of Heate-s, W.
j W. is visiting her ton, Harvey Barnes.
in Reeve* avenna. Mr*. Harvev D:mf,
and children, vho verr visiting r"la
, tlves at Heaters, arrived horns Situri
day. j
i
Aid Seeioty.
The Aid socle'y of the D.annnfl
street churrh will meet Thursday
errrint at fho home of the pre irtent, |
Mrs. t'riscilla Merrifleld, in Wilson'
street. I
Very III.
Mr*. S. If. S;ittcrf!r.!d of State street.;
has been very i'l the past few day* at i
her home.
Personal*.
Mr and Mr*. ( larenrc Morris and
family spent Sunday at Morcanfown \
truest* of their cousin. Luther Jami
son and family,
i Mi. and Mrs James Tetrick. of Woo 1!
street, have returned from a vi.-.c to
their daughter. Mrs. I'rickett, at Mon-1
: tana
Miss Beryl Jenkins is ill of fever a' 1
I the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs '
Fred S. Jenkins. In Fast, Park avenue !
Mrs Willis Irons and children. Dale!
and Ruth, of Colfax, spent Tuesday!
with Mrs. Iron's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. t'arpenter, in Diamond street.
Ill I1ES
881513 581 88
jiflMfrrt *9 Hr^Ur flfc?* H. *?-'
litre* ikfc: ex;:/ yaoaj Era of Uo
Ult&ry ago In tjo Uaitt*! S.atej
to ft# there, treatise the rorr.or
they yet there the more rapidly the
Hen wiil be overcome.
He U enjoylr.- excellent health nd
this tart hr hos noted In the three tetter*
be vjs nr...en. wliieit of c .-.trie it,
wrv rre"frint to hi-- rareat". "iTa
climate tn Frare-. at this t?me of the
ye: r romps-?# favorably with tb. t of
"our own We-t Virgin is." The le trr
was mild on June S. which shows
that It Terricd seventeen doys for it
to arrive be--. This is considered
rather sper J;..
Mr. Hnyn.r-d -pes'n rr-vue Freeh
row. h-> preliminary tr-in! it of hi h
he had In Harvard, and he hope- to b?
ah!" to four?-.-" with some Ihtl-jvi" iter*
in that lan-nat" when he rr- - -nr.
If he ''.unpen to run across any who
can cor.tmtiniraie
? ?
Free Lecture Tonidit
w
On Conditions at Front
H. r Raviis". a returned Youns
Men's Chirrian Av-o> ition worker,
will . p' k to- yht at the Y. M. C. A
in the ln*e>-o3t o' the Red path Chautauqua
whirh opens a week's engage-j
ment here nert w*ek Mr. Bayliss is I
on eof the entertainer* lifted on the
program of the Chautauqua and ii rated
a* among the heat performer.; oh
the program. He will have --onto intere
tint? farts to relate ronooroinr the
n ow Ort'tilit iA?u tain ? il fl"'! ll'VV tllf*
Germans attempt to brea'.; down tic
mo-al tof the American soldiers and 1
of thc-ir mp'hods of distributing Gorman
propaganda thmnehont the armies.
T'ie public is invited to hear this
address.
He lilt to Hold a
Patriotic Event
?
Hault will 1 > <l - a ' p~n air celebration
0:1 'ho Foo ' li of July ct Aurora
Park ct which .i" ? mi tabic or.erri<will
h- held in< t to the prc.,ent?ilon
of a ito i Cro fine. In the mornin
ga b'sohhi. ; " will he played lie
p orn trt 'omi !' *n i end In ttje afternoon
SI 2 o'clock a p:i;r'r",r pr.t?
Siamtti" ?. I bo rendered.
WANT ADS PAY
i Have Taikei
it The 'Hot i
the "Ram's-F
ners tell us that v/e have not dc
of late, by emphasizing these tv
ers.
are right in that and yet?we
impress you with the fact th;
two features, something of ine,'
ionary influence on automobile e
d of course that you already k1
cars ever built.
always been a great motor car
st ycu and every other motor-\
irst two or three high class cars
at in the two features above me
smoothness and easy riding qu
his luxurious Chalmers also mor
in a class by itself.
i this we will change and V:ll yot
if which a volume might be wr
you fully appreciate what a 1
the "Ram's-Horn" combinatioi
- ?' ? '.At- ? AM loO
diiiu'juiuc^ u? mi ouiviiiiuuiiu
uyers do appreciate that?for
ine anyone buying any other i
and could get a Chalmers.
rTTTli
mMKaBBB
lUIS TOURING SEDAN . - . $INI T
IIM CAHRIOLF.T. J-r ASSr.NGF.R Sim LI
lir?S TOWN CAR. 7-FASSF.NGER S?S IJ
L U. DETROIT M.HJICT TO CHANGE WIT
age Comp
T. L. CORD RAY, M*r.
!5B5HI^S8ffi5^S
. *
i
August, 1918.
J.\S. A. HUGHES.
Huntington. W. Va.
FOR SALS ___
FOR SALE?Upright piano In good
condition, at sai rifice. Tut Ridgclv
Ave r, 22-4t 4n:.2
COAL LANDS ,
FOR SALE?12 acres coal land a.to
timber, reasonable. or vlll consider
a cood aut imoblle. Call on or v rite
(-. R. Pallien Or,7 East Park Ave. Fairnoot.
\v. Va. ti 25 St MM
ROOMS TO RENT
FOR RENT?Furnished sleeping room.
suitable for two men. Apply 324 JettM
a street. tiis if 4M
for hunt-- Light koeaekesftaa
rooms. 523 Walnut Ave. 6-20-tf-4005
FOR RENT Two large rooms. Large
porch. 812 Locust avenue.
4-21 4022.
FOR RENT - Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply 610 Oliver
Ave. 6 21 lit 4055.
i Too Much
Spot"
lorn"
me the car full justice
vo mechanical features
: do net wholly agree
at Chalmers engineers
stimable value to you
ngineering, surely the
lew the Chalmers to be
?speaking of the car
vise person have con
t.
ntioncd, we had added
aliues, an engineering
e economical to operate
i about other Chalmers
itten.
tremendous difference
a make in the. power
some are still buying
car in this class if he
WL
OWN CA* LANDAULF.T $*n
imol sine.7-passcnc;eu ws
IMOUSINF. LANiJAt'LET l?f
hout no ilctt
any Inc.
Phone 485
. '
MLTTIOAL ADVBRtmmO
to TH2 nEPucLieri* or wist
VIRGINIA
I am a ooiUitc for the Rtpublicea
nomination lor I'nlte.i States Senator,
ub'cct to the srlil of the rotera at the
primary election to be beW on August
the tixth.
\ iur vote ami influence w.U be
greatly appreciated.
VIRGIL L. HIGHLAND.
(iarkthuir. W Va.
FOR U. S. SENATE.
Ilutor West Virginian:
Voj ate author.zed to anaounre that
Dai la 111 It Inof Morga.iiown, Jwjujlgalia
county, a candidate for uomiua
Han, by tho itepublicau party, for the
lotted States Senate lor Wcat Vtr
gluta. subject to all the rules of tb<
Republican party, and the U.ts of the
etsto governing the pr.tnary election
to be held August, 'hit.
ELKINS CAMPAIGN COMMITTED
J. H. ICcDKMf JTT, Chairman.
Morpaatowc, Wast Virginia.
T. O. drawer SSI. Telephone 100.
FOR UNITED STATES SENATE.
You are authorized to announce
I am a candidate for nomination by
the RepnMI an pert?, for the United
States Senate for V\ est Virginia, subject
to all the rule* of the Hepubll?an
party, ar.d tho laws of the state
.override ' primary to be held In
j n* , j ? ?,ore a I). A R recognition
Jan- :;-tf 4M1.
! IttL" WOhfD?fMUUI
WANTED?Two wrmr 1 to run eleva
l??r at Kailc;. ni Mo. -V 421 r.t. 44N 1
, WANTED ? Sulea ladles. 312 Vain
| rt.cct 6-24-tf 4054
WANTED?Walter or waitress. Ap
plr ut Aumillcr Restaurant. MadiJin
street. t-II iT. 401".]
~ HELP WANTED?MALE
UNl'Sl AL opportunity open June 24 j
for ' llec'or and salorniun No lim-i
it ; <\ or aalary if energetic. Slate'
uco a 1 experience if any. Address
Box |">. car* West Virginian. I
i 4-11-41-4022
VOt'Ni; married men wants job driv-j
is* hearv truck. Ant my own
marhttiecisn; strirtlv sober. No Sun!
day driving.
?-20 4041
\\ \.\TEP Witter or waltreat. A?>
I v W hite Cloud Restaurant.
6-20-tf 4042.
FARMS FOR SALE
KKl'IT AND DAIRY FARMS?Sever
al choice fnrmi as well as town
property at oargfln prices. Let us
knov your need. G. II. Cowdcry
I Ap rev. Geneva, O. f>-8 26t. 3990.
230 VIRGINIA FARMS FOR SALE on
easy ternjs. Special bargains. 700-,
acre farm, fine o'.il colonial home, nfar (
! church, school and R. D. at $20 per
rcre: 1-3 cash, hulanee 1. 2. 3. 4 and j
5 years. Write for catalogue. Kmmett
D Gregory, DUvyi, Va. s io-29t 39971
_ TTpyQ3ILEB. A CCESSORir8
Ft)It SALE?One six-cylinder three-!
passt tiger coupe. Rhone SoR-3,[
Shinn ton. W Va. (ilS-fit. 4023.'
FOR SALE ?One Flanders 6-y Under |
7-pnssi-n.Ter automobile In A-l condl-l
'(ion. All new tires, one extra Will j
sell at a bargain. Call 40-R. Ealnriow.
I] H lfi.Ct.JrtO" I
v tO Vl'IV* I |
FOR SALE Ford carp. Call Fair-j
mont Hospital, C. Baker.
6-19-tf-4023
FOR SALE?'To quick buyer. :! pansenpo
Overland roadster. Model 75 of
1517 Fir. t eln*s condition In the
draft t(. leave soon. Call 771 M.
6-20-21-4040 ;
F< ft SALE?Ford roadster. Apply
after 5:30 p. m . 537 East 1'ark Ave.
6 23-r>t. 4057.
BU31NESS OPPORTUNITIES
OIL ROYALTIES pay best and quickt
it rrtumr. Wc oiler Royalty Fiilts
<n proven oil pool. Fend for sample
opy Oil Guslier Hiker and Company.
Rivay Kicbange Bldft., St. Louis.
Mo. 4",'.::
A CAIIINET OF TWELVE m. ' 2
RECTORS FORGE THE FOR. ' I
I?1ES OF TIIE .NATIONAL . *) '
RANti OF FAIRMONT. I j
Hi
TVlrmmt an'! Northern (1!
I W. .1 * i: l. i :t i h ; re atl op-it j* j
I 4 book to th"m. Undoubtedly tS'
theae . |ve direr toes al- I1
j J way a arrive at that policy I:f
j ( which in best for Fairmont I 4
(and its tinancial interest*.
Into the hands of theae
i twelve directors and their I'll'
i ' of executives Northern '*3 1
j J Wert Virginia has placed the J
| . sutn of the million dollars. .SI |
' J In it not a cacred trust wor!
thy of the united efort bo- ?
?' ins constantly put forth in j?
i j ihe lntere ti c." Ka'rni jatd hi |
i7Ae> C
iANSC Of
?'Ai5JiM?sa7 Sslim
West VA. j
' VM / mrr?rmfl#r ffHrWfMfMIWfi
>8
3 \\T HATSOEVER ma
SI VV fires, whatsovei
j): whatsoever developeth
4 fires or fire breeding n
4 any worth of manhoo<
you, think of these thir
? F. E. NIC
B INSUR
Masonic Temple]
National 1
Every day should be a Thi
1 i for ail true patriots, but
I I i:nm i v lira f no 10 i
rmiMi, jL i'?>o io /i
| I thrift day tin which you arc ink?*
p( .-Histeni practice of thrift and c
vadpd upon you alJtic. Uil not in t
3 BUY WAR SAVINGS A
I Fairmont Tru
"K' ' "' 1,1 .''"q'j""11 ? * '
^CLASSIFIED /
1 cr:c CKN'T A WORD
ilL ?
i LOZT AND FOUND l
i LOST -On Mitn $tiee: b?iwe*n Han1
y's ami InlldlnK or In
arsraw, -.m , ~ . T?.'. - ( - I
OVERUSING i I
CASH WITH OMU I %
< CAbH FDR nil raise terth ttob't
matter I* brokrn. I nr.y 12.00 to 1
US 00 prr ?>:. also cit?b fbr old cold. m
s.lver. plrt'trvin. deutal cold and old A
|oM Jewelry WUl s.nd caih by re- V
turn mail anil will hold coods 10 d\j j I
i for srndern approval of my prices.
Wall to L Mater, '.-007 S 5tb tree", I
I'Mlndrlnhir. Tz. ? 2<t itlo.
HK1J? WANTED?Cook and house
man or hju.emrid. Telephone ?.<, I
tt
'it. , r-o i uanon.
WANTED?Roomew or light bouts
keepers. Apply 513 Sfb street.
-17-1$ 4431.
| HOUSES FOB 8ALB
FOR 8 \LE ? Si* room frame bouse. f
seven reom brick, eight room brick
house. All large lota. Close In. Daslrnbte
community. Addraaa Postoffice
Dos SM. 4 J tf-J64;i
FOR SALE ? Kiel)(room veneered
brick house, large lot and garage
South Side, good location. Call phone '
lM V d-10-tt
Fen Sai.k Desirable S-room house*
close In Modern conveniences.
Tall 1241 J 61414-17-4013
FOR SAl.i;~~i.:irge brick house, ?553
lot Apply Mrs. Henry Martin. 434 .
Walnut Ave. g-21-gt-40|7
FOR SALE?Large brick houaa, goad
lot. Apply Mrs. Henry Martin, 43S
Walnut Ave. 421-St?4447
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LEGAL NOTICES'
NOTCC OF TRUSTKK't $AL?.
By virtue of a certain deed ot trust,
bearing date the 24th day ot December.
1901. executed by James Albert
Woody and Elsie C. Woody, his wife,
the undersigned trustee, and of record
in the office of the clerk of the County
Court of Marion county, Wast Virginia,
in Trust Deed Book No. 14. page 304,
I will on TUESDAY. THE 16TH DAY
OF JUDY. ISIS, between the hour* of
ten o'clock In the forenooo and tour
o'clock in the afternoon of aid day.
soil at public auction, to tho highest
bidder, at the front door of tho Court
Hnu*e of Marion county, Woet Vt^
Kinia. In the city of Fairmont, and for
cash in hand on the day of tdto, tho
property mentioned end described In
said deed of trust, towtt: All that certain
lot or parrel of (round knotrn and
designated as "Lot No. on tha map
cr plat of the Ogden or Riverside addition
to the town of Fairmont, now
the eity of Fairmont, in Marlon county.
West Virginia, which map or plat
W of record In the aald clork'e offleo
in Peed Book No. 72. pago SS4, and
being the same property which araa
conveyed by Mnry E Ogden and husbnnrt
and W. C. Ogden and Wlfa to
James Albert Woody, by tho OS toe of
Albert Woody, by deed bearing dato
the 4th day of November, 1101, and of
record in tho said clerk's office In
Deed Book No. 10k, page 166.
Tho title to said property la believed
In he perfect, but selling aa truatoa 1
will convey to the purchaser only ouch
title as Is conveyed to me by aa0 deed
of tru I,
Given under my hand 'his. 14th dSf
Jnn 15 22-29 July 0-13
i r June. i9is.
F. T. MARTIN. Trustee
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