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P^I I J ^j?Tu2t^??pittuie on ail lour nuts. That carefully fold dotted lino 1 tu t JCthHd Thsa dott* Kae t aad 'm m. VoM Mth section nadeweeth MW'WCAMmil vvWt Ti?ah?u >>r tenlebt aad ' u n d n y sHKhtly i-.rner. I_ Local Raadings. |U F. P. HaN. Ob. Temperature r.t 8 i. m. today, 57; & . sterday's weath- ( r. cloudy; tern- ' crature. amorlauin 0; atalnm, tA; K'f , | J practfteH?. 14. Bl?er, 14.6 leet, KVINT8 TOMORROW. Mil Day la the local churtbee. QmMu church (Worthlnylon)? Ptaao aad yolce recital by pupils of Mia. Joeephlne Haymond. lad Men's hall?Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen at 1:30 p. m Presbyterian church?Bast lie Day obaerrance with solo. "The Marseillaise" (la French !an*us*ei, by Mrs C. W. Waddell at 8 p. m. Off aa Businsss Trip?Simon T) Mass, of the Underselling Store. Wfa hsrs tonight on s business trip la Bhw Tork sfty. PhNadelphla and Baltimore. Hs will be rone three wwftn. MNl?| Concrete Wo Ike?The South Mo Land Company ot prenent In en l?H te placing 0 concrete sidewalk Tlratali avenue between Tenth and Twelfth streets. Yeot fl|M Up?Rufnn I,. Tent. son' of Dr. L. If. Tost, county health off I OOP, signed up In the United Stat< try yesterday In Wanhlngton. D >'.. 00 0 yoeman. Mr. Tont In In Fairmont lotay ond tomorrow to visit bin p.iracta. Ho return* to Washington on Meaday. ___ Llkeo the City?John I). Neville, aaagor ot the Stevenson Grocery CrOOpeny, formerly ot Huntington, has developed Into a full (ledgoii Fair rotor aad hoe been very successful tntk hie bow foM here. He In very oraeh iaproeeed with the town. IMarvtepn Certiflcatee?Those mar Ttaap oortlflcotea have been Hied with A. . Martin, county clerk: 0 Hegc.Loaro aad Alice Dteuch. by Rev. C H Arnold, of the Bautlnt church. S.iit Dek, Morion county, on July 11; Frank Maooi aad Carrie Chlcarellc, by Rev. Joooph Martorona. of St. Joseph's Catholic church, city, on July 11. Only Oat took Out?Up until noo.i: today all ot the regteevnrs hml turned i la tftofe hook* oontetnlnr the lint of onetMted oacopttng one. The one ml <* 1 tojp a product I, In the city of Fair oat, l#00e FMod?A leane between J. A OMnad et ux. aad the Liberty Mm lie imhij wh filed at the office of, Ma WDtT Mark yesterday afternoon, i ft ooavsys all Hi* aaama of coal in a MM at M acres along Oooae creek. A Mf*Mr at tea casts a ten for each ton at MM psanda of ran of nine roal sM trom Mia premises. i ansa CMM?This morning F. R Gas, at KJvasvllle. caught a 1 0-pound Mma aaMlah la the Monogahcla river Si HvaoilBe. He also landed a fourr paand earp. The flsh he sold to P. Tl. 1 Aamllar, of the White Cloud, where they will be nerved for super tonlcht. Mr. Cos la the spring caught a yellow catfish which weighed 21 pounds. OsptsCs ODelme Return* Last : M|kt Captain John O'Belrne, In ftsp at the Salvation Army work In fMimal, returned from the HomeopafMa haspltal. Pittsburgh, where he ?dsi want an operation. He was KM it the train by hia fellow SalvaAmy workers and taken to his ?i. While he Is Incapacitated Jji O'Belrne has charge of the work Manas Fras Camping Trip?H. L. ScMSL Bssprlator of the Ideal Bakery SB MaMmoo street, during this week , astijtsMiil hia employes and their i if Maslllaa at s camping trip along the , Csast river, sear Point Marlon, Fa. The party ratarned to the city last j evening. The following made the trfp: Mr. sad Mrs. Newton Neptune i \ am ImHy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carpaatar sad family. Prank Sapp, Pa . LATE -WANT ADS I mMMMT NflEDC SO.OO0 women Mb ! Washington. BumlneK NW IIMJ ihn In Angvst fcpeFMBW MMMitnr. Women deeirlng K. HTMMt poelbone write for free RnitlenlMi to J. C. Leonard (former 9p WlM enmmtner) 9M Kenrii Mf, OOWngton I) C. 71MM1I2 fc.' LQm, mUTED OR STOLEN?Ai*eIf l? tM pnppr about eli months old. D Stock I v. rtxin* I SALB^-rpright Kohler k t'Mtp|f bell piano in good condition. W>ll1 E. Mcrlflce for 1171. 6CI ri'"pcr.f Are : ^ ^ vy % n. 4 13 St 413t i GERMANY PLAN TO KE CkMtfelWr Says H? Wants Ri come a Free and ! State (Uy Asa PrfHt I COT*>HUGfcN. July H ? BBnlal ! I thai Aerroaay mituadtxl to rctA Hial aval was made by rount von'ifcvt- 1 IIUK. Ui Gorman Imperial CbMMMor. in the Bourse of his ipeach bedSb ?he ' ltelntisteg matn eofMtttee on iw day. ' "The prevent possession of only means that ? have a pawner I faturo nodotiafaon*," the ('haadaEi , ' added. "Wo have bo Intention to'alBp , U a?? 4n>?. .'katiauof ' ' j t "What we precisely waat was ? -. ( pniKHl by ns on February 24." jfc.i d Pbanr?44or continued, "la that aMl t vid Clelland, J. C. Robey, Mr*. I.net* Dicken.i. Kiith Feathers. Elsie Coj4o and Mr. and Mr*. H. L. Could. The* camped in tenia. . .Deed* Filed?These deeds have been filed for record with A. G. Martin, county clerk: James I. Michaels, ex- i eeutor of the last will and testament of f'inkney Michaels, to Martha J Price, lot in block J. Michaels add: j lion. Downs, $1,192.27; llirarti K Linn to Thomas B. Shrove et ux. tract of 10 acres along Glady creek. Manning m district. $200; jpsse A. llarbert et ux. to Rttssel A. Jfarbort, lot 3 of the partition of Mary Ellen Welkins, a track of 49 acres along Clad'- fork of Bincamon creek. Minnit; -n diatrirt, $1 B. F. Well? et al. t i J.imes Elliott, of Clover's Cap. lot al ng I'yles fork. $1,200. Soldiers' Letters ? AC Martin, county clerk, and If. It if lc. of The Times, have thus far received a dozen lettters from the families of soldier boys. The idea Is to secure a letter from every Marion county boy In the service, whether in France or in the cantonments for the purp o- of future historical records. Every family having a boy in the service is urged to respond. Assistant State Apent Here ? II B Ezcll, assistant statae agent. of the extension department of West Virginia University. Morgantown, is in Fairmont today. While here lie will lake a look over some sections of the county. In Pittsburgh Attorney R A Watts is in Pittsburgh today on a business trip. i BRITISH RAIDS ON FLANOERS FRONT Cot 96 Prisoners <md Same , Machin? (iur.s in One of Them. ! i I! * My A**?v1:i( 1 l'r* ?*> ; I LONDON". July 12.?Successful < minor enterprise were carried out by I the Britsh last night on the Flanders i front near Yloux Benin!n and Merrls, i as a result of whiri) 9f> priosners were taken and a few machine guns ca;>- ( tnred, the War office announced to- . day. A German raiding party which ad- , vaneed upon the Britsh lines in Flan- ( dors in the Matt-ren sector waa re- | pulsed. The German artillery devel- , poed activity during the night on the Flanders front and opposite Beau- , mont-Hamcl. FARIP. July 1". In an operation carried out last ni^Iit or the front b? tween Montdidier and the Oise the French pushed their advance post> forward a distarce of approximately r,00 yards in the vicinity of the 1'ort" farm, the War office announced to- , lav. | "dark nor m (ei iudge fight, Attorney Rose A. Watts Mentioned in this Connection. After a lull In politics In Marlon rounty for noise time, keener Interest appears to be developing in the light for the nomination of judge of the Intermediate court on the Demoeartic ticket With lose thnn three weeks lo elapse before the tilg Democratic mass conrentlon, the "Demmle" henchmen are looking the list over and sung how the hoy* will line up id tne coining ngnt. Curb atone politicians believe that Judge George A. Vincent, the tncumhent, probaly hen the Inner track of Iho race, although Attorney M. L. Sturm, hie opponent, will stick in the scrap through thick and thin and srlll be strong enough to cerate considerable Interest In the contest. Naturally what the "big building" says will go, but it is understood that the powers that be are not particularly fond of stirring up the hornet's nest of mutual strife, and for that reason a "dark horse" ie started to be mentioned. Just what Impetus this entimeat hrs gnined ground cannot be determined, but Attorney Hoes A. Watts ia prominently mentioned In li'tn connection. Ti I is referred to r. laaal row" espMiali/. i _ ^ ^ _ ,m>a fltktf AIN DENIES 1 EP BELGIUM lined C?wntrr Again to BeSelf Dependent i? tfca vmr watoi 1. be a lelf depends -ai jvt to iny body aa a va?a*l and shall live irirh aa in friend! y idlatioae. "1 hare hnM Uka faint of view from he Ut'CiDninc in aapard to Beigtuni mil I sriil hold ft today. This aide of ny policy la faUy la conformity with he general Mne?. the direction of ?h>h 1 vestewtav cle.irlv t.ikl before rou. "We are waging the war a* a war of Icfcnse as we hare done from the very >"gtnntog and every imperialistic ten- ! loncy and every tendency to world ' lominion has been remote from our '< Binds " IfiiilsT (Continued from pige three t flon of northern West Virgin.a coal men." The meeting was important because 1 A. \V. Calloway announced on this oc- i r.iM in that his instructions to I) It. These Helped Make Success Of Big Meeting Most of the people of northern W< f Virginia who aro leaders arc thinning along community lines and in this connection there aro two features of Friday's gathering of coal m< n which deserve to be em phasized. First?the splendid enter tainment of the four distinguished visitors made possible by the Fairmont Country club and secondly? the splendid service of the M >nongahela Valley Traction company. The Country club was an ideal place for the gathering of coat men and would have been still a li'ggcr hit had the weather been warm. Mrs. I'earl Rogers, steward ess, covered herself with glory for her food was splendid, served nice ly. ana muse in marge 01 arrangements are willing to confess (now that the things has passed successfully) that they told her they would h ue a dozen for luncheon and marched in thirty on her. tjninmodore K. ('. Bowman was in personal charge of the special car w hich conveyed the distinguished visitors from Clarksburg to Hutchison, Monongah and then to the Country club. At night another pedal took Messrs. Morrow, ."tale, Yerkes, A. Brooks Fleming, it. Lyon. George E. Peddicord. 0. Sliinn. Frank Sbuttleworth md others to Monongah and the parly was handled with the same I pi end id care. i.awjcn. District Representative, took ,1 new angle starting today and that I I rem now on coal must go to war in- >ds whether old customers were 1 looked after or not, that there would j lie a new policy in effect starting to-1 lay which might hurt some operators Imt tint he counted upon their con-( linucd loyalty and co-operation?that the war must be won. The meeting was important also be I rauso S. Knnl.i, lite new general man- , tg r of tiie Baltimore and Ohio rail-1 road was present an dassured the coal j operators of the best effort possible ! hi inn pnri 01 raimian people io iruiin port coal; he said it would be pre-' -nmptlon to promise to do better than i those who had preceded him but he was going to try his level beat. J. M. Scott, superintendent of the West Virginia district, once more acknowledged his obligations to coal opera,rs of the Fairmont district for his |ire.-,ent position and asked some big j ihinys in the way of cooperation in 1 he future which were not acted upon but there was "unwritten consent"; in the applause given Mr. Scottt's remarks. The meeing was important further-! more because D. H I.awsoo. District, Representative, made a strong, ain ; rere and straightforward plea for liearty cooperation from coal opera- j :ors in his work, assuring those pros-, ?nt that there was nothing but cold, calculating business in It all. an# was heartily applauded at the finish. Coal Note*. Benjamin Blssell, general manager if the Century Coal company la Barlour conuty. who has hit main office ind makes his headqnarters In Baltimore, came out from Baltimore for the meeting. M. J. Walsh, of the MHwaukeeIVestern Fuel company at Milwaukee, IVis., was one of the roving coal men if the United State# who was pres>nt at yesterday's meeting. John H. Jones, ot Pittsburgh, who is tne ueua or tnt itacnet u*a con orapany at Downa, and the Qaality foment Coal company and ft# Bertha ?oal company at Morgaatowa, wa# present at the meeting and ac It wa# ils second time at aathartap# of Weat I'irgtate coal aaa van warmly wet?med. He waa accompanied by Man el Jolllffe, a prominent director ef he Rachel operation. Six retained aoldlere asified ft Mr root today and an ad fte dlapoaal at he ooal opera tore of northern Weal ttrgtala. They were not sapaitsf anil neat week aad it reqairet aoaft hit afternoon. The alx remain hate irer Sanday and throe of thea (tea text week. In the lot are "Bomber dcOtanis aad Sergeant Harry loam f there are operator* or ooal nftan it any point who would Itko the fti pi rat loo of a upeech by a retain id oldler It eaa probably be arranaad >y gaftftft % ftorh wtth r. J. Fitter* kaAJtiltil^tilttiijtiiftaftftaaBft** I Follow m Is ll Obey that "Tl who will avi SALE NOW ON I or Harry Owen at the Jacobs building at Fairmnot. Those at Friday's Meeting. Those present at the meting were: A W Calloway, l". S Fuel Adminis tration, Washington J I). A. Morrow, t" S Fuel Admin Istration. Washington. S. L. Yerkes. F. S Fuel Adminis tratlon. Washington. James R Neale. I" F. Fuel Administration. Washington. J. Walter Ilarnes. T". R. Fuel Admin istration, Fairmont, W. \a. Charles W. Evans. I*. S Fuel Administration. Fairmont, W. Va It. It. Lawson. IT. R. Fuel Administration. Fairmont. W. Va. H. C Owen. 1". R Administration. C F. it e. U. S Fuel Administration. Fairmont. W. Va. C H. Kimmel. r. R Fuel Adminis tration, Fairmont. W. Va. F I). Holdrn. F R Fuel Adminis tration. Fairmont. W. Va. J. M. Seott, General Superinten dent, Wheeling. W Va. S Ennes. B. AO K R. Baltimore. Md 1*. R Williams. R R Admlnlstra tion. Wheeling. T. I.. Lewis, Sec . New River Coal Association. Charleston. F. J. Patton, See. Central W. Va Coal Operators' Association. C. H. Tarleton. Consolidation Coal Co.. Fairmont It. Kingsland. Consolidation Coal Co.. Fairmont. F. R. Lyam, Consolidation Coal Co., Fairmont. A. B. Fleming. Jr.. Consolidation Coal Co., Fairmont. C. C. Shlnn. Consolidation Coal CoFairmont. J O. Brook*. Consolidation Coal Co Clarksburg. Frank Shuttlesworth, Consolidation Coal Co., Clarksburg. M. L. Hutchinson. Hntchlnnon Coal Co., Fairmont C H. Jenkins. Hutchinson Coal Co . Fanmont. W. Va. Fairmont. T. E. Johnson. Hutchinson Coal Co . Fairmont. M. C. Lougn. Hutchinson Coal Co Kaifmnnt. F. G. Hide. Hutchinson Coal Co. Fairmont. C. D. M. Kramer, Hutchinson Coal Co.. Clarksburg. C. H. Musgrave, Hutchinson Coai Co.. Lumberport. H. S. Toothman. Hutchinson Coal Co.. Dola, W. Va. W. F. Ash, Hutchinson Coal Co i uoia. v>. va. John Reuter, Hutchinson Coal Co.. Hcpzibah, W. Va. A. W. Simpson, Hutchinson Coal Co.. Mt Clare. W. Va. Charles Bashore. New England Fuel ? Transportation Co.. Graut Town. R. A. Pollock, Rivesville Coal Co.,' Fairmont. G. K. Gasklll. Fairmont ? Cleveland Coa' Co. E F Hartley. Fairmont ? Cleveland Coal Co. Howard 1. Conner, Norway Coal Co..1 Fairmont. John R Steal. Fairmont Gas Coal Co., Fairmont. R. F. Evans, West Virginia Fuel Co., Fairmont. A. C. Reason. Four States Coal Co Worthington. Ernest McCoy, McCoy Coal Co Fairmont. J. A Clark. Jr. Clarks Interests.. Fairmont. W. R. Hill. Long Coal Milling Co. Ernest Huttoa. Corona Coal Co., Fairmont F. C. Wilson, Boggess Wllson Coal Co., Shlnnston. Warron C. Barber. Bowery Coal Co . New York. N Y. H. W. Slatterly. Bowery Coal CoClarksburg. J. A. Jenktna, Marshall Coal Co., Clarksburg. George E. Peddlcord, Bethlehem Coal Co- Fairmont D. Howard, Central Fairmont Coal Co., Clarksburg. A. Lisle White. Virginia, Marrland Coal Corp., Adamston. E. L. Sparker, Francois Coal Co.. Clarksburg. Fred Howard, Central Fairmont Coal Co.. Clarksburg. J. M. Orr, Orr Coal*ng Co., Wilson bun. n. O. Smith, Harrison Coal Co., Bopsmont. H. B. Cooper, Long Fuel Co., Clarkebung. Samuel Brady, Osage Goal Co., Fairmont U. T. Bowatag. Lang Coal Co., New I Tom. N. T. H. T, Ooeka, Francois Goal d Ooke On, Clarksburg. B. B. Isnar, W. Ta. Goal * Coke On, Blkma, W. Va. B. IX Baker. Breach Creek Feel Oe., Oeorne DeBoH, Bad Bock Fuel On., A. B. Brady. MeneagiMa Coal On. I Fairmont Japes Close. Monongalia Goal Co . Fsbmont. * j a [ftll'icW ? r The Crow grsm i ii*i mi irift Impalse" ntd iH themselves ef J Originators ana 1/Meii o R. M Davis, Davis Coal Co., Morgantorn. Krr.e t 11 U.llxrt, Gilbert Fuel Co., Morgantora. M. L O'Neal, C'vilte Basil Coke Co., Morgan town. | J. E. Mattlngly, Scott Run Coal Co, i Morgantown. 1 E. Eddy. E. L & W Coal Co, F Irmant. Eugene Sommerviile, Sommerviile' j Coal Co.. Craltou. Benj. Missel, Century Coal Co. Bal; timore, Md. I A. B. Spencer. Gage Coal A Coke j Co , Junior. Ilarrv H. Byrer, Byrer Coal Co, | Phllippi. I J. S. Klinifeller. Montrose Coal Co, | Btickhannon. Lee J. Sandrtdge. Ford Run Coal Co., Meriden. J. F. Cole. Ml. State Fuel Co, Fair| mont. R. A Johnson. Mt State Fuel Co, i Fairmont. Thomas F Robey, Smokelesa Coal Co, Fairmont David B. Reger, Pringle Run Coal ' Co, Morgantown. David Williamson. Maryland Coal ! Co, Wendel. W. J. Frederick. White Horse Coal I Co, Flora ington. H. I). Hesse. Monongalia Valley Traction Co, Fairmont. D. A. Maurer. W. H. Spedden, Fairmont J. M. Jacobs, Fairmont. H. H. Staggers. Moreland Coke Co, Fairmont. J. F. Hlnterleiter, Majestic Coal Co, New York. R ,F. Maloney, Davis Coal Co, Thomas. i E. E. Meredith and Joe l.ehman. Rei porters. John M. Wolfe. Jamison Coal Co. O. McKinney. M. L. Taylor, Morgantown. J. M. Davis. Morgantown. James La*lis. Enterprise. Jas. M. Stark. Clarksburg, i E. F. Miller. Broomficld. John H. Jones, Chamber of Com j merce. F. E. Johnson. Fairmont. G. B. Hartley, Fairmont. L. F. Sturm. Lumberport. J. C. MrClenen, Connellsville. Ta. New Registrants Arp fllassifipd thiough the War industi newsprint paper, by disc Df unsold copies from ne\ 15. Readers of The West1 operate in carrying out tl amment by placing defin Virginian. T*his will enab iust their orders to their i Order your newsdeali ginian at his stard for yoi orite newsboy, or place yoi we will deliver it to your) The West i AAA V V*WW*??wv* i I The local draft board has completed the classification of the new registrants who registered In this city on j June R, but was unable to give out the ' classifications for publication at a i late hour this afternoon. No date has been set as yet for the I physical examinations. Because of I other business it will be impossible for the draft hoard to have the exam-, ' ination next week, but It is very like j ly that before the end of the follow; ing week, the men will be called up [ for examination. ? 40 Hours Devotion At St. Joseph's Church Forty hours devotion 111 open in St. Joseph's Italian church Sunday mornlng at 10 o'clock with solemn high mass. Rot. Father Joseph Martorana, rector of the church, will have charge of the services. Special music will be renderd by the choir. The Blessed Sacrament wilt be exposed all day and the church left open for those i desiring to make a visit. In the evening at 7:30 benediction will be given. In connection with this service, novena In honor of Our Lady Mt. Carmel will be made. The forty hours devotion will close Tuesday morning at 9 1 o'clock. Mass and novena In the evening at 7:30, with benediction. | Young Men Anxious To Join Marines The announcement la the pre** that United State* Marin* recruiting officer* would be at the poetoffice thla week haa brought many young men to the local office to eoliat Thaa far: the remittee officer*, who earlier In the week announced that they would be here, hare not ahown ap. No lea* than fifteen "would-be Marine*" hare applied at the poetoffice for enllatneot sine* Wedneaday. OONK TO WESTON. Mr*. D. L. Lam herd and aon, Darld, Jr, of Merchant atreet, hare gone to W'e*toa to rlall Mr*. Lamberd'a alater. Ml*. J. M. Bragg* a a BAY DAT FOB MINIRS. Itinera In the employment of the CoaaoUdadon Coal Company are to dap receiving tm week'* fray. rd To Our i A Rush jein the amy e the hMim KM i ?^>. i rit js 111 rairir.u::. Three Full Corps ou French Front (liy Assisted hr-ri WASHINGTON*. July 13 In an nopnrlng today th.nt American troops already abroad or In transit had pasel the 1.100.000 iv..' <; ;>..-a| M 're'' chief of staff, a' o disci. I that thri . J army c >ras of Atner.ran tr ops na" i have been org .ni/od in France F a a i contains from 223.00 t t? ;r.moo men I oi the reenlar national army and na tional guard. Major timet.il Tliinto.- l.lsrott t nt porarily commands the first cnrpThe two other commanders have not been se'octed. but when the com manders tinally are selected they will have the rank of lieutenant general. Tlte ra'e of transp irt ttion of tr s>pfor July, General Starch said. war. keeping up with previous months More than 90.0<?0 troops were transported last week alone. The most Important development of the week, the chief of staff pointed out. had been in the Albania theatre of! war for they have no indications at the War department of when the next ; German thrust will come on the west-, em front. But all th allied commanders are confident of their abilty to withrtand It. M Call 12,143 More For Special Schooling (Py Associated Pre?s> WASHINGTON. July 19.- Marshal General Crowder today Issued a draft | call for 12,143 registrants of gram-1 mar school education and qualified for general military service. These men, 15r? of whom are no-! groes. will onlraln bptwppn August 1 and 2R ofr various schools of special occupational training to lit tlipin for any service. Braddcck Runaways Were Sent Home, William Small. Harry Bechtol and Frank Sclodo. the three young boys from Rraddock. Pa., who were arrest ed in this city Thursday by city offi rers, left late yesterday afternoon for home. I'pon the receipt of the telegram from local officers, tho Brad dock police department telegraphed $9.35 to the local officers with instructions to send them home at once. The three boys were accompanied to the railroad station, given tickets and put on a train going toward Braddock, promising to return heme. RALPH WATKINS 11 Kit F. Ralph Watkins. a former clerk at the local postoffice. now training for an officer in the Aviation corps at Cornell university, Ithaca. N. Y., arrived In Fairmont this afternoon to spend several days with local friends and relatives. OS ARRIVES IN FRANCE. E. T Keener, of Colfax, was today notified that his son. Harry Keener, who is in the 112th enginers and was trained at Camp Lee, has arrived safely in France. so WHEAT PRICE VETO STANOS. WASHINGTON. July 13.?Tha Housa today sustained President Wilson's veto of the agricultural approprlf.tlon bill. A motion to pass the measure over the veto was defeated 172 to 72 I ORDER IN 'lhe West Virginian I have been directed by the 1 L? " ~w .1 * I 1 ??^ y\ ?. '/ <"?t/laf 91 W ' 5 f ffievey sivtrs l l SALE VALIESjJ salejI jowjn^B British Forces ^ Sont tn fiiWia ui/uu vv uiuviia < Hy Asaoelatag Pir?s) WASHINGTON-. July 13.?British reinforcement.-, have been dispatched tu Siberia, arordlns (o official fnformallon r - r, cd here today, to n-xlst the Russians :tud C.-echo-Slo-aka ifl guarding the allied stores Irotl l!-?l- #1 shcviki acting with German prisoners Nfl who are reported to be advruriag fl up<>n Vladiroator. Front other sources today eom reporta or constant guerilla lighting la I'kralne between large binds of peasants and the German soldier*. The r< --uIt war not reported, but M WU aald the peasant* are well equipped . I with machine Runs, rifles and ammo- I nltion It is bel' ved that the pejaarta aeenred their military equipment frooi the stores left by various armlM dc- * I rented after operations in that part or Russia. TO SELL PROPERTY. In Intermediate court today before Judge Vincent an order was entered allowing the -ale of property la tbO Afl cause or Guy O. Parker, guardian, TB. ] Glenn Parker. Infant. PROPERTY lb SOLO. This afternoon on the court boas* > Attorney Harry Shaw, special <-( tnmlssloner. sold lot 3, block 1, of the Morrow .id Jit ion, city, to Brooks Hutchinson for $950. The property was sold by virtue of a decree la tririoh Melville l? Hutchinson was plaintiff tfl and Hattie Emmons, desfndaat VISITING AT PALIM. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Swiger rtd daughter. Ruth, today left on a trip id j Salem. Harrison county. Mlaa Rath will remain at Salem for a month. HUITIMH CASUALTIES, LONDON, July 13.?Brltah casualties reported In the week ending today total 15,911 officers and m#^ compared with the aggregate of IV 336 in the pervious week. r Se<-ved and ^ 4*1* by Tho W?t jfl Virginian agent In the foUo wiag toWM WATSON DAKOTA MIMM KING MONT GRAYS FLATS FAIR VIEW "RANT TOWM JM BAXTER KNTERPRI8S K1VESVILLE SHINNSTON liELLVIEW BETHLEHEM 1 FARMING! ON ANNABELLE DOWNS IUTCHIN&ON a fl UXJEMONT MONONOAH MONON STOP No. IS MORGAN MOV METE CHIBFTON WORTHWOTON ' CAROLINA BENTONS FERRY EV1.4..SON MONTANA MINES .* IDA MAY MANNINOTON BINOAMON B' RRACKVILLE ADVANCE I ind all other newspapers Jnited States Government ies Board, to conserve ontinuing the acceptance vsdealers, beginning July Virginian are asked to cohe directions of the Ge^ ite orders for The West 1 111 1 A. _ .If io aeaiers ana ooys 10 m- i sales. ?r to save The West VI*. j u, order it from your fav- j n subscription with us ana 1 lome each evening. 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