k. N. T.
Hnlth. Cleremont, 111.
Bzftb, Milwaukee, Wis.
U, PJne Bluff. Ark.
Mufti Sparrow, Michigan
Kr, Grewe, Va.
Pard. VIdalla. Ga.
Ker. Grand Rapids. Wis.
meatherly, Garrison, Texas.
Basiuaii, Portland, Ore.
Bjttajr Webb, Rush Springs,
Hsfreter, Sedgwick, Col.
Iiiian. Ceredo. W. Va.
gest, Seymour, Texas.
Wflhelm. Toledo, Ohio,
field. Cleveland, Ohio.
KtkewsM. Toledo, O.
Bimmermtn, Gill, Mass.
Bjllani. Leominster, Mass.
B. Wickal. Reading. Pa.
Omoa Wicks, Cedarhurst,
wans, Boone, Iowa.
Action (Degree Undeterm
A Benaeche, Brooklyn,
Hissing in Action.
i;Is Dozniano, New York,
ke, Wansan, Wis.
w Piatt, Southbury, Conn.
?ln, Brooklyn. X. Y.
Savin, Chatham, Mass.
Phillipsport, X. Y.!
MB, Philadelphia, Pa.
ad. Ruthaven, Iowa,
eriry, Ulm, Ark.
gNew York, X. Y.
KeHiher, Boston. Mass.
imter, Wilson. 'Ark.
tea HcX&lly, Detroit. Mich.
Martin. Danville. 111.
d. Prairie Baudette, Minn. J
is, Brooklyn. X. Y.
di. New York. N. Y.
mer. Kitchener. Ont.
ralski, Brooklyn, X. Y.
to, New York. N. Y.
lette, Saginaw. Mich. M
Waukesha, Wis. ^
awnw M Tl
Btlt. Ontario, CaL
Kieh, Sleepy Eye, Minn.
MIski> Chicago, 111.
xglm, Woodstock, Ga. .
Hvoll, Oswego, N. Y.
Mathen, St. Edward, Neb.
ftmu Watson. Coranna,,
venter, Brooklyn, N. T.
en. Hartford, Conn.
He, New York, N. Y.
Mill. Syracuse, Italy.
Kdo, Calabria, Italy.
Htsh, Philadelphia, Pa.
Bjoack, Manifest, La.
Hronng, Phladelphia, Pa.
H Prisoners. .
t lu House, Hamilton, o.
Hklty list printed in the
u this morning showed:
Hactfon, 191; missing in
wounded severely, 420;
Hands, 5; dieOd from acciHer
causes, 6; died of disM<*d
from aeroplane acciMounded.
in the motning list
Ktsverely?dsa L Snider,
KRnssell a. James. BobB
Motions were held-at the
MBiolic church yesterday,
it were Bold. The MoMh
band was out and renMWaleal
Kalvatti, who ham been at
T??? University, MorI
the past two weeks, a
Mo* Naval Branch Of the
M *r?ie grratned at the
tt wfs date because of
Euo irealde in the out- ,
MM!lull Sraageliat-Peck i
Mgttjraf mueh force.
I MANNINGTON |
Mr. Toothman Better.
Teter B. Toothman has been confined
to hi* home In Honghtown. with
a serious Illness for the past two
weeks. He is reported slightly improved
Ill at W V. U.
_ Gilbert Monroe, Hugh Floyd and
rvni uowwer, au locai uvya, auu
students at W. V. U. in Morgantowa
are ill of Spanish influenza. Forrest
Millan. who was seriously ill- there
is slightly better.'
Message of Son's Death. .
W. B. Snodgrass of near Princetown
receiver a message on Saturday
announcing the death of his son
J. .Paul Snodgrass, as killed in action,
with the IT. S. army in France.
Private Charles Reese, In training
at Camp Hancock, Augusta. Ga., has
been called to his home here by the
aery severe illness of his wife, Mrs.
Ruth Hawkins Reese.
Band to armington.
The Elk's band of this city went
to armington yesterday where they
played for the Liberty loan demon*
Many Persons III.
Among the latest reported ill in
Mannlngton are: Mrs. Okev Crim,
Francis Stewart, and Harold Jones
of Brookside. Bert F. Christy of Monroe
street. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strum
of Franklin street. Lawrence Huey
is out again after a weeks severe illness
at bis home in Monroe street.
New Pastor Installed.
Rev. John Reddow, the newly appointed
pastor preached In the First
M. is. cnuren yesteraay at moraine
and ever In sr services. Rev. H. D.
Clark, the former pastor having gone
to Terra Alta. for his new pastorate.
Ill At Camp Lee.
A message to Mrs. Ernest Conaway
Saturday told of the serious illness
of her brother. William Core of influenza
at Camp Lee. VaViaitors
The Rachel base ball team was defeated
at Blackshere park here yesterday
by the McConltpy team of
Wheeling by a score of four to two In
& listless game. Errors were rather
nnmerotn throughout the game, and
the Indifferent work of the local
cactcher, who is a new man on the
team was largely responsible for the
defeat Carey, the major outfielder
was again in the game for Rachel,
and did some stellar work - on the
bases. The hitting of both -teams
weak. There were no features.
Red Cross Needs.
The allotment of articles requested
from Marlon county chapter of Red
Cross is as follows:" 200 bath towels.
19-38 inches; 400 hand towels, 1S*30
inches; 200 handkerchiefs, lSxlS
inches; 180 napkins. 14x14 Inches;
80 sheets. 64*102 inches. The sheets
are required to be of heavy unbleached
muslin, finished with two
Inch hem at top, and one inch hem
at bottom. Sheets will -be accepted
?V,-'U lorror than ihes?
WXUCU aic ? iAi?wv o<?
specification?, but in no case should
sheets -which measure less than 62x
100 inches. All articles should be
new or substantially new. and should
be strong rather than of fine texture.
Bring your contributions to Red Cross
Foot Ball. .
The local foot ball club of the High
school goes to Fairmont the coming
Saturday to play against the (High
school eleven of that city.
Harold McGee has reurned to Detroit,
Mich., after a visit at his home
in Monroe street.
A. Ia. Jepson of Fairmont spent yesterday
with friends in Mannington.
Burr Timms and Clark Fnrbee were
home from W. v. TJ. at Morgan town
for the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. J*. F. Bish have returned
from a visit with fcglatlves in
Pittsburgh and Clarion, Pa.
John Glover of Fairmont was a visitor
in the city yesterday, "v
Ben Moore of Bellaire, O., spent
yesterday with friends in Clarksburg
Mrs. Z. E. Layman of Fairmont 13
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. W.
Beall in Jefferson street.
James Wllkins of Wheeling: spent
the week-end with friends in Mannington.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hill of Shinnston
spent Sunday with friends here.
Mrs. C. Zu Kinney has returned to
her home at Metz after a visit with
her sister, Mrs. Frank Lillie in
Dorsey V. Jones has returned from
a visit with his parents in Moundsvine.
**?- ttooo. of Mononeah
spent the week-end as & iuest of Mrs.
Qnjr 8. Furbee.
Edward Atkinson Is here from
Pittsburgh, Pa, for a visit with relatives.
Harry F. Barbe attended a Sunday
school rally in Paw Paw district yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Ice of Anna>elle
were visitors in the city Saturlay.
r Mrs. Ellis H. Clover and daughters
gone to Washington. Pa, to Join
Ur. Clover who hap a^>osition. there.
Miss Letitta Ryan came up from
ties, BifflaiDaSCrC Jfeifll, iw?*?
o, a a. v. nrt, Ato a m New
York; J. X Snlllwn. Granttown; EL.
M. ' CrnmlnghTn, Fairmont; X. H.
fijg- Kenoraii Moos, FhllaatfpMa.
Weto?P. D. Haney, Woodsneto..
O.; Chas. Efxgiss, MoundsvarV C. E.
West. Glen Easton; Ed. Bell. Barton;
Henry Meyers, Hundred; B. F. Shaddock.
Rlnehard: L. T. King. W. B.
Kiss; Littleton; W. F. Lantor, Broomfield.
Order of Owls?Fairmont Lodge No J
1622. Meets every Thursday In old
K. of P. Hall. McKissey Bids. W. H.
Marlon Auxiliary to the Brotherhood
of Railroad Trainmen meets every
second and fourth Thursdays of each
month in the Maccabees* hall at 2 p.
m. President, Minne Hovatter; secretary,
Mrs. Ward Hager; treasurer,
Mrs- Jennie N. Hnpp
Brotherhood Railroad Carmen ofj
America meets every Wednesday j
evening at Bed Men's Hall at 7:30.!
W. P. Gantz. Pres.; G. A. Sperling; Recording
Woman's Benefit Association of the
Maccabee's?Marlon Keview. 30. meets
every Wednesday evening in Willardj
HalL Fairmont avenue. Mrs.OUve E.
Harden, record beeper. I
Pythian Slaters?Mountain City Temple
No. 5, meets every second and
fourth Tuesday evening in K. of P.
Hall in the Fleming Building. Willa 1
Barrett. M. of R- and C. !
Knights of the Golden Eagle ? Mus- j
grave Hall Meets every second and j
fourth Thursday of each month. J. L.
Sbackelford. Master of Records.
W. C. T. U.?Regular meeting third
Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Mothers'
Club meeting, first Tuesday afternoon
jit 2:30 o'clock. President, Mrs. W. X>.
Evans; treasurer. Mrs. A L. Menear;
secretary. Mrs. J. H. Becfcman.
Royal Neighbors?Seaton Camp meets
first and^third Tuesday evening in
the Skinner building. Miss Daisy
Order Railway Conductors ? Meets
every first and third Sunday to Red
Men's Hall at 2:30 p. m. F. H. Brumage.
Knights of Malta ? Mountain State
Commandery No. 446, A and 1. O.
Knights of Malta, meets every Thursday
evening at g p. m.. third floor Cun
nlngham building. Sir S. J. Walter,
Sir Knight Commander; Sir John C.
Tatterson, Recorder, Fairmont.
Ladies' Order Golden Link?Meets in
Modren Woodmen Hall, Skinner Building.
every Wednesday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Worthy ruler Mrs. Mand Hager;
financial secretary, Mrs. Donah
Stationary Firemen?The International
Brotherhood of Stationary Firemen
and Oilers meets in the Jacobs
building, third floor, every Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. President )
Reno Fleming; secretary, John Collwell.
Locust avenue, near Fourth. 1
Ladies of tha Golden Eagle?Meetings
men of America Monongahela Camp,
vr? Tien Moats ctkt Monday, 7:30
XVWu ? .
eTery Thursday evening In Mod.
ern Woodman hall In the Skinner
building. Mrs. Stella Kemple Is the
Marion Co. Medical Society?Meets
last Friday of each month In the
Fleming Bldge. President. Dr. L. C.1
Holland: -vice president. Dr. L. D. Howard;
jecretary. Dr. H. R. Johnson;
treasurer, Dr. W. H. Sands; hoard of
Censors, Drs. L. N. Tost, J. E. Offner.
Wm. F. Boyers; delegates to West
Virginia State Medical Association.
Drs. H. H. Carr, A. L. Peters: alternates,
Drs. E. P. Smith, C. W. Waddell.
Protherhood Railway Trainmen?O. C.
Willis, president; E. D. Holden, sectetary.
Meets second Sunday of each
month at 1:30 p. m. and last Sunday
cf each month at 7:30 p. m? in the Ree
Loyal Order of Moose ? Fairmont1
I My New Headquarters?-Call On
The Electric Shoe Repairer
First Class Shoe Repairing
Best of White Oak Leather. Used.
All Work Guaranteed.
308 MADISON ST. FAIRMONT. W. Va.
* II . AV
Must You Keep on Losing Mojj- rh
ey Before You Decide to Pro^-lS
tect Yourself With This Safety if
System? |jjj j
IU Among the best customers H
Bo a hank can have are those ?
If who have been obliged to 9
I settle twice for an account I
throng lack of having a re- [I
celpt. It Is not necessary to
IB1 urge tfiem to have a check- m
Bixt why should it require Iff
a hble or two in your pocket- (In
book to wake you up and fin
start yon to keeping a bank 1
account If vou nride vour- 111
Rfc self on being a practical man. W
fS you sbouia act at once.
[Camp ^Sodom Woodman
at America. Hcmi ??y M4*J
inj at (bdr Jtall lg 8w <**!" BUg.
R. Lei&b Fleming: dark. Modem Woo ip
m. Ban on Merchant St. Ralph
Tin ProUctca How Circle?Fairmont
Circle Ka M . TWTl w if ?mi Ko>
day erening it 7:30 ia the Maccabce'a
v*iw street. /
S. P. O. E Priminnt "Lodge fto. 2M.
at 7:30 o'clock. Charles D. Barry, Sec,
223 High street.
A. o. U. W.?Meets on the second and
fourth Monday in each month. J. H.
Kinfraad? Bee.; W. A. Crow], Bap. Q.
Lodge. Degree of Honor, nirrntary to
the A. O. V. W., meets tint and fourth
j Monday of each month. Mia. A. P.
| Jones, Lady Chief of Honor.
I O. O. F.?Marion Lodge No. 10.
Meets erery Tuesday in Odd Fellows
, ell meets erery Monday in Old Masonic
HaH. corner Main and Madison
streets. James T. Murphy, recording
HaH. W. S. Pitrer. Sec. Palatine
Ledge No. 84. Meets erery Wednesday
craning at 7:30 o'clock in Odd FetHows
Hall, corner Main and Monroe
streets. H. W.Gtoneking. SeCy. Mountain
City Encompment No. 5. Meets
fn Odd Fellows Hall on the first and
third FHdaya of each month. C. if.
Higgle, Scribe. Patriarchs Militant.
Meets in Odd Fellows Hall Thursday
evenings. J. C. Glasscock. Captain:
W. S. Pitrer, Clerk.
Daughters of Rebekah?tVest Virginia
^ Lodge No. 64. Meets erery Monday
night at 7:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows
ftiasonia?Fairmont Lodge No. 0. Meets
in Masonic Temple first and third
i Vovniewe fn oorh month. Francis J3L
Nichols, Sec. Orient Chapter No. 9. R.
A. M. Meets In Masonic Temple second
Monday of each month. Francis
fi Nichols. Sec. Crusade Command ery
No. 6, K. T. Meets in Masonic Temple
every fourth Monday. Francis ?.
Nichols. Sec. Fairmont Chapter No.
34, O. E. S. Meets In Masonic Temple
first and third Thursday. Helen Fleming.
Ladles of Mo'dern Maccabees ? Dent
Hive No. 753, Ladies of the Modern
Maccabees. Meets the first and third
Fridays of each month In K. of P. Hail.
I. O. of R. M.?Setting Sun Tnbe No.
16. Meets each Thursday evening
at Red Men's Hall, First warn. H
Ernest Hawkins, K. of H, 138 State
street. First ward. Woneta Council
No. 6. Degree of Pocahontas. Meets
every Friday evening at Red Men's
Ball. First ward.
| Library Association?The Board of D1
i rectbrs of the Fairmont Public Library
Association meets In the tiihrary
Parlor the first Monday evening of
!? Wonlmflr qui) ?
j A&CUUXVXy > ?
si and carefully.
I ^ W. S. T
\ Beil Phone 8
I PRICES FIGUR]
g The man who spends his money
g so money to spend. And the dea
g exhorbitant price soon has no cusl
8 our bnsines son such an ecomnom
g able to save yon money, and 'yet mi
8 that has made our house a leader :
I Dickerson Buiii
| Fourth Street and Vlrg
? Bell Phone 444.
II i (t'6 none of our business from whoir
g have need of our business youll
g us by and by
1 FAIRMONT GRAI
ij: Manfacturers of Purity, Marigol
ij! Distributors of Hay, Gra
2 Phone No. 89
| CHAS. Yi
J: Watson Bull ding.
I BONDING AND. GEI
: Place your business wKl
| Absolutely Pu
|; Offices and plant corn
I streets, East Side. Both ]
I and walk In the- steps of those who
os. You'll save temper, time and <
lag. Can ns when yon next ne$d i
Icne cost 01 ^uui1 wuil --^i
the SHrrrmrBnHffing f?e second aasij
j every Thursday evening; 7:30. o'clock.
! third floor Cunningham building Sir .
Frank Gregory. Sir comman- .
dor; .Sir John C. Patterson, record- ;
or, Zlt Hamilton St. Fairmont. . ]
Francis EL Nichols, Mrs. Charles fialrd ,
Mitchell and B. L. Batcher. I
Kniflbta of Columbus?Fairmont Coon
secretary. 14 McKtnMy St
Woodmen of tt*a World?Meats teT ,
ot P. HaH, Fleming Bid*, H. T. Jones, ,
-Clerk. 203 Albert Court. j
American Insurance Union?Meets
each second and Tonrth Tuesday ot the
month in the K. of P. HaH on
Y. M. C. A.?Fairmont Avenne and
First Street J. M. Hartley, preal- !
dent; B. I*. Batcher, Secretary; 3. Q Watson,
K. O. T. M.?Showalter Tent No. 1. \
Meets erory Friday evening in Mci
Knlghta ot Pytbtaa ? Monntam Ctty .
I ?>odge So. 48. Meets in Third Door, j
Fleming BMg.. Thursday evenings,
7:30. P. H. Hall, Master ot Finance: <
I It C. Miller, K. of R. and 8. Marlon l
Lodge So. 2L Meets at Market and '
I Merchant streets. First ward, orrery 4
j Tuesday evening. Monumental Lodge 1
No. 201. Meets In Pythian ' Lodge l
room. Barrackrille, erery Tuesday 3
"?*- ? i-i"?Orrf.r is. meats i
men m wiush ? >* w?? ? T
erery Monday evening in Cunningham
HalL Ruler, E. O. Wood; Becre^p
tary. L. P. Halste&d.
Council No. 497. United Commercial
Travelers, meets first Saturday evening
In eacb month In Maccabee Hall.
L. E. Bennett. Setfy. /
! FACTORY REBUILT |
All Makes All Prloes ;*
a Sold ? Rented ? Repaired ; J
3 Every machine genuine ?ao:
tory rebuilt. Guaranteed tor ?
* rue year. : 2
I FAIRMONT RUBBER STAMP WORKS 1
~ 230 Main Street
CodoL Phone 642. g
i \ ?y>WQ|ywy>fi?fl'Q>^fi*<yfi*Q*Q*Q^Q*Q*Q*<yQ*Q*Q'Q*<A
, aWvviOw?Pa% OisWAvr-vP
teliverinff done promptly-j
Cleveland Avo, Fairmont :*: ,
E IN BUSINESS. |
without considering price soon has' ier
who charges his customers an 5
:otnera. Realizing this, we conduct :
leal yet elfic<ent basis, that we are ;
slnt&ln the high standard of quality i 2
In Ua field. : .
ling Supply Go.
Inia Avenue^ Fairmont. - i
Conaol Phone 24 j j
srteftsrtrfnetttttrtttettfttettttKttftn uTa'Cft-ert .
t you buy but if in yonr business you i jj: 1
znake It your business to boy of <
N& MILLING CO. |
d, Majnolla and Bouquet Flours g
in and Feed of All Kinds [i .
Fairmont, W. Va. | "
r. EVANS I
Fairmont, W. Va. :*:
TERAL INSURANCE. I
i an agent of experience. i
r ICE CO. 1
TURERS OF sj | \
reSanitarylce j j
er of Merchant and Goff ! \
Dlinnaa 9QQ % -. : I j
L iiuu&o wu? p
A. ?JjB ?gjHiBci '<S
bad satisfactory gtonAHag done by '
[ollars by letting as do your plumb- ;
l plumber and will gladly adttinstu |:
> : . : *
WANTED?Goal miner tor small nta
Phone 6S4-R. WatMSB
WETTED ?^fteMa; tood^wagta,
Uinpui litfaffcn cara. Apply Jayenm
Power Boom, AJOM 10-2-6t-4511
mNXBD?Strnefnt Iron wwtonii
87%c per hoar. Work ant of town.
Write a B. Sipes. 807 Cany Bide,
PttUbnrth. Fa. , 10-4-4t-4531
K?K WANTED?Mechanical worker*
machine operators and general
work. Hdadck Foundry Machine Co~
5th street and Belt Line, Fairmont, W.
Fa . 9-28-tf-4493
WANTED?Men for necessary wiu
industry. Stady employment, good
wages. Apply -wire chieTs office. Bell
relephone building or call phone 1511
titer 5 p. m.
STORE FOR BENT
k STORE FOR RENT in Watson ho
tel Bldg. Apply Manager, Watsoc
HoteL ' . l0-2-10t-451i
FOR RENT?Store room and base'
meat at 205 Walnut Are. Apply
Hiss Stella Amos, express office, Wat
?b Hotel Bldg:
for 9150.00. Lap Joist double rivet
3d retain Tabular Boiler 82 In. x 8 in
fitted with steam dome S in. x 22 In. 3
26-3 in. Tabes supported by walls by
1 lags. Equipped with flash frost,
grate bars, water column, steam gauge
pop valve, injector, etc. Complete
Host be moved at once Call at Imperial
Ice Cream Co., Cor. Cleveland
ive. and Jackson St, Fairmont, W.
Pa. 9-25 tf 4680
'OR SALE?1913 model Cadillac tourlag
car. Apply 207 Beilview Ave,
Fairmont, W. Va. 10-4-4t4528
iVE MANUFACTURE Apple barrels.
Lime and Flour barrels; barrel
i tares, apple ladders, barrel lines. Let
is quote you prices. Virginia Coop
irage Co. Cloverdale. Va. 8-26-26t-4333
TOR SALE?Soft Bring outfit, complete
with cash register, etc. Ap>ly
Kenyon Hotel 10-7-2t?4539
rOR SALE?quick at & bargain, good
typewriter, dresser, beds,- fine metres*,
notions etc. 548 Pierpoint Ave.
"OR SALE?Large Fire and Burglar
Safe. Cabinet Address, Box 4542,
Vest Virginian. 10-8-2t 4542
fOR SALE?Pool Room outfit?3
dandy tables, good chairs, cash
-agister. AddtI Kenyon HoteL
"OR SALE?Shetland Pony, young
and sound, -well broken. Call at
Eenyon Hotel. 10-7-2t?4540
-"OR SALE?Dayton scales and cask
register. Address S30 Maple Avo.
Irafton. W. Va. 10-7-3M548
5*OR SALE?Cash register and two
Ice boxes, one large, one small. AdIress
Box 4547 West Virginian.
WANTED?Two or three rooms tor
light housekeeping. Address 4259
West Virginian. 10-4-6t-4529
NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS
The undersigned stockholders, holdng
more than ten percent of the Capital
Stock, hereby call a special meetlng
of the Stockholders of QUALITY
COAL COMPANY to be held In the
sfHce of Lee Satterfleld, Monongah.
W. Va., on the 10th day of October,
L918 at 8:00 p. m. for the purpose of
icting upon a resolution for the sale of
iddltional stock below par in order to
nake some necessary Improvements
jo the Company's mine and paying
:ertain existing Indebtedness and the
aransaction of any business that may
vaae before said meeting.
L. C. SATTERFIELD
C. A. SATTERFIELD
T .1=113 N. SATTERFIELD
' The National War Sarin** 'i
gahizatlon has issued the follow!
The way for an Individ
to get along la to work and
normal times, how ranch mo
the present Saving by ere
winning of this war as la t
than that the mobilising of
military step is not accomp
sense saving of the nation.
Start a Savings Account W
ton. other nectmir^ifl
Some t&Bhc at ttt toPH
pike tide mm. Ox. ??w3H
town ot 26,00k popnlsthm.
VIRGINIA FARM SBIIILillllHaj
Write tor tree catatoxasA.-JUtjmm
A Fort. Ionettaik Va.
WANTED?Girl to AtjpmSSS^
work. Inquire SI Main St.
We ere la the market tor Stock W?Iaut
lege tor our Am 8tnk Mnr B
which we ere now IwMut la Roanoke,
Ve. Our gorermaeatle la urgent
aeefi of this supplies. end It will be
considered e patroltfc duty on your
with as at cace. K you have any
m?Hm u to other partiee who'kare^E.
Address Pernod TOaat ATBuaer 8
Co, Box 481, Roanoke Va. OSBee
4S4?f*Westl'Vfagi5Sa^ ' SEK&|fe|l|
/WANTED Pecoad head lWjiJbeidJ;j^
cook , store aad chairs. '>Bhooe/%
E^B^Bioae OUST kutwi Jwr
Window Glass and VHniyitiftMi f
? Phons 477 W. 302 OMUW^G |
Bepiliiu tad ninU^aa
Old Radiators Bouflhj||
Practical Tlnoer uf ttNtll
Metal Worker, a Moat** St. j
11 On and after tils date X wlO I
j N not be reaponalMa tor any m|B (J
11 contracted by my wife, Jennie I
if Oct 3. isis
H - . v.Ton
car tare Time. -M'aawS^
and Labor, by Ttavlnc your n? II
I bare opened * abop folly I
equipped-and ready to sira you
Phone 1223 P. (L3a?1lf I
j M 2SOOC Impfe, Ml 20^8^^
- -'.-_ ?gjq>?a!
Committee Section on National Q? |
ng statement by Julius .BoeenwaUt, |
aal, tor a business, tar a nation g
save, if saving is neetesaqr In ?
re necessary la it in a time me*
ryone is as imperative for the
he mobilizing of armies; more ^
?? mj , .
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