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on reports was
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fliSQippBRi.' xme ago* as ixnpronzig
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days'past, although altHfa|MMM'V
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on iT'aeir station tor the
??*v . Enter* Elliott
[fMn** TTtyin Bess will enter the ?UJjjfciU.'^ns?ess
college In Wheeling lor
To Oklahoma.
Kpte and Ms^A. Brice Jolllffe left
tiew d&78 ago for jui extended visit
The sargteal dressings department
oCcthe JocalBed Cross chapter has refj]lt|
'f '"T* allotment from head marters
and axe fa urgent need of
Kngjttem- ' They make this appeal bopHtaia
-that workers in goodly numbers
krd respond, when they understand
fciotaine. the tnfsnf daughter of Mr.
Sjai&Mr*-' Orral Koon died suddenly of
Bjjgbotetn their home out
Buffalo road yesteray morning. FuIzascol
serrices were held today at
jgwJLacfaapelat one o'clock. Ber. L 3.
R&v At Marietta College.
Viirfce Ahrut Srhflrt. r?f Bnffidfl nfreet.
jrjn eater the Marietta Business col
lege, Marietta, Ohio, for the winter
N?vr Fire Alarm.
I The new electric fire alarm whistle
I has airirtd and will be placed on the
Kzoofofthe city building in Pyles avepoa
When installed it can be heard
I a distance of three and one-half miles.
I ? Quilt for Red Cross.
Hsjte Ryraer auxiliary to the ManBBm<ton
Bed Cross held a quilting at
R^er'this . -moon at the halt. The
nroceeds go to the Red Cross fond,
hp's. *Snnna Spencir is president. Miss
MeOe O- Ammons, secretary and Miss
gKrnma Wilson, treasurer of the auxilTsaches
at Klnflwood.
I Miss Margaret Furbee will teach in
Sp|pnblic ^schools at Kingwood the
flHBi Buy3 Residence.
[S^iauhney Metz has pu: chased the
K. W. Ballast residence in Burt street
Msfclir. Ballast who moved to OklaPBr"':'-.
' Held Ceremonies.
Em^Goech Post No. Si. G. A
HfiSjatte'* -Belief Corps held official
Btau1 monies at the funeral of their
feppacage.-John S. Mas grove, at Bymer
j'S.-fJoted Players in Game.
I Ortf the long distance teiepnr
BtttieM of Sam Jones, one of the star
ftchers of the Boston world's cham^ obs.
sod Max Carey, of the PlttsMttoa,
1?ding base runner or
E coon try, were secured yesterday
By the local management for the baseBQgus
Sunday, September 22, when
s May's end: team will try to preKd
the locals tram winning the connE
IJQAL NOTICES
Ihe public service commisi
SION OF west virginia,
charleston.
X-meeting of THE PUBLIC SERVbafei
commission of west vir iHIA.
held an the 27th day of AuP&
? Case So. 788.
KfiONSAHELA valley tracKRON
COMPANY. Application for
BttitltoHty to change domestic rates
Enfeiia.application has this day
Ben filed by the Kosongahela Valley
Bactlon Company for authority to
Binge domestic rates on natural gas,
Bfsmdsted that leave be granted to
flna Infill ?t,i1 tn fll* nhl?.fl/?n
ereto before the commission at any
ate an or before the 28th day or Sep wt
fU; end this matter be set
wh-Ior hearing at a meeting of the
uAftpkm to be heid at its offices Is
? Cajpitol Bonding In the City of
atietton on the said 28th day of
^btnaber. 1918. at ten o'clock, a. m|
which time any one may appear
make sneh objection thereto as
K^is farther ordered that the appliKfc
ph&llsh a copy of this order onoe
Hh keek for four successive weeks
-two newspapers of opposite poll 6
sach there be. and of general
eolation in the connty or counties
?cte&. by the proposed change in
egr2atad said applicant shail also
s to or serve on each of Its con
rata* at least fifteen days
or the 38th day of September,
fi, a written notice in the torn pre M'
by the Commission, showing
t It has applied to the Public ServI
Commission for authority to
jat> its rate, the time and place of
afceadng; and the rates proposed
be charged by It; mating due re a
to,this comission of the poblica j
of order and serrice of notice on
Keld containers on or before the
' ei ;
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while. Other perfonnerTofnote from ?
In the case tor Ufarmtngtnr.
Personals.
lbs. Lnrfsn H. Boor has returned
bom s visit with the Hisses Jeannette
and Caroline Bright In Fairmont.
Wren Baker has returned from a
basin f e s Tlslt In Cobnhbns. Ohio, making
the trip by snto.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gmnp have re-1
torn id to their fr-me at Minuora. i ?boon
comity, after a Tlslt with the tormar's
brother. Phillip H. Gamp, near
Kamdngtan.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flourooy have returned
to thqir home In Louisville,
I'Whe
Sirs. John It Una attended JheWfl. ]
last Sdb-1
lay.
Mrs. 1C X Hough Is slatting her ]
daughter. Mrs. C- S Thorns, in Fair- j
rr-ont?
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unanes Boat, s prommem on toii
contractor of Texas, arrived a few days;
ago tor a visit with bis parents. Mr. I
and Mrs. Caleb Bode, near CuitiaVflle. j
H. B. Beatty has returned to Casey. ]
m, after a abort visit at bis home
here.
Mrs. John Thomas, of Fairmont, is
the guest cf her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
\ O. Davis. 1j Brookside.
Jesse P. Floyd, of Rymer. was. visiting
in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. E. S. taston left yesterday tor
a visit with her sister at Corapolis, Pa-,
?n A C
;rn American
Ji-strang g|rl meets and marri
has been wounded and is bad
y first chapter. They marry ii
r women out of the past?the \
jther woman whom he met "o
named couple on their honeym
pths of -every human emotion._
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Order your c<
4TP1WAVT TraWS fA. Stoi
AST SIDE NEWS CO. F. D.
FARIMON
Iif ? -yf^4f -with I
ber aister. JCtbl H. A. Sjbert In BsObIo |
street.
Mrs. Bslph W. Qme. gf Syzoer. wss j
tlie guest 01 zeaims acre, nn.nunjjohn
H. Helms and L. B. Hney were
I flsltuiB is Fairmont WednesI
day.
Sir. and Mrs- B. T. Pilchard, of
Xenla. Ohio, axe spending a two
i weeks' visit at. the borne of the former's
uncle, W. O. Davis 'and family,
i is Brookside.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hney returned
! Wednesday after a visit with friends
[ in Pittsburgh. Pa.
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girl who loved the hero and hope
ver there." Both come back ax
oon, in a story which reaches the
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McCIoy, Prop.
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T^^iaxdesty 1 t ^
top Is Jffsli iHoilt, wcdiiflMiy.
W. X Knu and George Orth tat
retained from a two weeks' Tistt la
New Tort: city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G- Clayton and
dsnghfer are expected home from a
visit is Washington. IX C, this events
M. P. McCormick has returned firom
a visit with Mends in Bymer.
Dale Snyder was the guest or friends
In Fairmont yesterday.
XaUoo B. E&nr left morning
for a few days' bo sinew visit in Denver.
Colo.
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bandy men to do general repab
work. Wages 50c to 6Se per hoar
Steady work. 8-honr day. Apply a
Central Power Plant. HatcsUneon. W
Va. 9-14-tM423
WANTED ? Unemen. anion ahop
Class A and B. Men ror construction
work. Wtgn 60c and 60c per hoax
and transportation. Loos Jcb. Apply
Monongahela Valley Traction Co,
Fairmont. W. Ta. HS-(t-W5
WANTED?Good reliable man or boy
Cor Ford delivery track; pood pay
and light work. Address Box 4441.
care West Virginian. 9-I7-St-4441
WANTED?White and colobcd boys,
16 to IS for factory work. Apply
Monongah Glass Co, Factory l2th St.
2 9-ll-I0t-440S
WANTED?Immediately. Toons Kan.
experienced In cleaning, pi rutting,
and repairng clothes. Apply. Tchinski
Tailor Shop. 219 Jackson St.
9-19-tf. 4451
WANTED?Linemen's helpers: wages
40c per boor and transportation. Apply
o F. A Webster. Sopt. Stock Room.
1st St. Fairmont. W. Ya. 9-lS-4t-4444
GOVERNMENT Civil Service ExanT
tnatlonw. Fairmont In September.
Government. Clerk. Teacher. Inspectors.
Research Clerk. Typewriter. Salary
$2,0000. Experience unnecessary.
Women desiring government positions
wrtte 1c* free particulars to J C 1-eon
ard (formerly Civil Service Examiner)
906 Ken vis Bids-. Washington.
9-lS-St-4442
HOUSES FOR BENT
FOR RENT?Few four and five
room houses left on Speedway, car
line now in operation runs by door.
Greater Fairmont Investment Co.,
Firmont Hotel Bids
8-27-tf 4337
FOR RENT?One fonr room house.
large lot. good cellar and bath, also
one 3-room house. Inquire 202 Diamond
st. 9-17-3t-4437.
tTOB 8j>ut
FOR SAI-E ? 148-acre Monongalia
county farm. Good buildings, fruit,
timber and coal. Price $32 per acre.
Address 4448 West Virginian.
9-19-3t-4448
FRUIT CRATES?Bushel capacity.
fold flat. Take up small sapce
when not in use. Ideal and economical
way of handling fruit and vegetables.
Price 30 cents each in bundles
of 10. cash with roder. Money
back If not satisfied. Immediate delivery
while stock lasts. Order now.
Hodge & Oyster Co., Lumberport. W.
Va_ 9-18-4t?4338
HOUSES FOB SALE
FOR ?Six-room residence on
Field street. See F. Br Dickcrson.
503 Locust avenue. 7-20-tt-*155
FOR SALE?7-room modern frame
l"t?ca at? navfw) ?fvPOt iO Eighth |
ward. Possession about Sept. 1st
Owner leaving city. Address Box
4256. West Virginian.
. 8-10-tf- 4256.
FOR SALS ? 5-rooai house at 618
Maryland Ave. Hot and cold water,
fitted tor coal or gas; slate root posession
in thirty days. Address J. D.
Riley. Ten Mile. W. Va. 9-7-tf-43SS
AGEyTS^WAKTED "J
j WANTED?Agencies. $60 weekly and
automobile furnished men everywhere.
placing samples; wonderful
product with automobile owners. 3c
worth equals gallons of gasoline. Outfit
free. L. Ballwey. Station F. Louisville.
Ky. 8-9-18t-4250
SPECIAL NOTICES
s Executor's Notice.
Fairmont W. Va., Sept 5. 1918.
All persons knowing themselves to
be Indebted to the estate of Johnson
T. Miller, deceased, will please call
and settle with the undersigned on or
before the 10th day of September.
1918.
All persons having claims against
the said estate are requested to pre
sent the same, duly probated, to the
undersigned on cr before the date
above mentioned, at Room 301 Dereny
Building, Fairmont. W. Va.
E. B- CARSKADON.
Attorney for Annie M. Miller,
Executrix of the nstate of Johnson
T. Miller, deceased.
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spend more than necesaary to ge
rreasury McAdoo expressed our :
day in New York:
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nation la In seed of every do
hens* om to his dollar regai
may aay. Is the man who Is 1
Put as much money Is this 1
rou win be serving both your co
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li'iuii. emnrat -vrtf.
clerics to be st
positions write for ftee ^ectiQiAeni
R. E. Teary. (fOrmeer C
Examiner), 306 Colnmhian E
Washington.
WANTED ? Good strong.'gir. i
kitchen work. Also fnxnfcrt
for rent. Apply Soatk-SkteJBpBai^jfr
WANTED ? Competent tohc
general housework. GuogpiaBlM
the right party. Address P.
on hoars' work. 31A0 * ihr sad-,
lunch. Also 2 girls tor kachsg-amflEg
dining room. 320 sad 322 perm.
' Board, room sad washing. Hi
Hospital No. 3- ?-332tHWMp|
Stolen?1918 model Ford. S-paawbefl^B
good condition. W. Fa T.iranta
-10465. The finder will ieoelie rwa?aafc'^c3B
by notifying W. F. Hnnter. Faiiilaau^
- "
Some timber and tl^IandL^flntihtni^^
one-half cash, balance secured by
mortgage. ^Price^5700.^^1tenc
'VIRGINIA FAI^^SHWl'.art^MBE^
I roomers notify rresjdeuCjBdauiuiaQ
Normal school, before September
Only written applications wiB^jfefecaeJi
sldered. Address Joseph * Hosier,
Pres. State Normal. - Fal n I
stocks on
We are In the market *?T^TTngjJ
nnt logs tor onr Got Stock Ftctory
which we are now bwilrtftig; in Ragnoke.
Vs. Oar government Is in nigenfciv
neei of this supplies, and it will be.
considered a patroitlc duty. on* iniirM
part if you will take this matter up
with us at cace. If ' * '?'* '*P~if^iOT
Walnut timber for sale, or any i-~
matlon as to other parties who h
Walnut timber, will be apprscl
Address Penrod Walnut 4Vr
316 Jefferson St.
OtSd. I
Repairing and rebuilding automoblle
^ rmdlatota ^a^spectolg.
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| Metal Worker. S28 Monroe St.
I Window Glass and Winds hi slds.
Phone 477 W. "Tit nMBi1~ttViigT|
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