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m ^%-. '< j-.'-v ' 'v" " V ?? I Bayord Nj??n Was Impress Trip. hfiqriid JHsoii, formerly of Eldora, Kd aoa at John Nixon, a well knows Hsttkea ? Watson, who is now overB?i?, nader date., of September 10 Prwrote the following Interesting letter to his wife who before her marriage was Kiss Louise Watson of this city: % BAY" OF BISCAY, Latitude 44 deg. %: Longitude IS deg, 11:30 a. m. Bear Lodse:?^Jo doubt-it will be some time before this letter reaches ypu if ' It reaches joa at an which I hope it S wBL We toft Philadelphia Thursday, August 29, at 11: SO at nignt ana went > &' over the N. P. and N- to Cape Charles* at thu mouth of Chesapeake Bay and ^L^ftook a Mat to Old Point Comfort. We *we.-s to sail from there on the U. S. S. Isis hot It had sailed when we reacht* ed there with a fleet of 54 merchant F: shipc.- This fleet of 10 U. S. transports ' - were Sharing Newport News at twelve|h . thirty that day and they sent us over 'there on street cars. We hadn't been aboard 20 minutes until we sailed. It k is supposed to take 12 days to go * across bat we will not make it in that : timefton account of a terrible hard |i.'- storm for about four days. We have been 11 days already and it is general ly supposed that we will be about F' thrdb more days. We are about S00 K~. miles at sea yet and no one ever wanted to see land any worse than I do. EK:*t There were 32 of ns picked out of draft in Philadelphia and sent on Kjthls'convoy. The crew consists of about 360 men and we have about 1,^ oo soldiers aboard. There are ap roiimately 30,000 troops in the conWf07 of ten ships and we are protected Pjy. by a' TJ. S. cruiser aniT'eight destroyers. There is practically no danger with all of this protection and in case v-<c- one of the Kaiser's tin'can^ would *"*" 1+ wrnild SUCK XUB DUWfc vut. wj. | look like thirty cents In less than half SfV that many minutes. It Is -wonderful to note the good I spirit of each and every one of our t hoys during the hardships they are K^going through and their one thought Hrseems to hi to reach France and get fgjgRthis over cith as soon as possible. We Upmave had some very rough seas but I ^ haven't been sea sick. Have had a terrible cold and. felt bad byt this is I' . such a -wonderful.experience I haven't j?"had time to think of it. Since we ar1 lived in the war zone we have abanK' 'don ship drill every morning at 4:30 K and just before dark In the evening. There are a great many interesting Bathings I would like to tell you but it W will be impossible to write them in a Ip; letter. By the way it might be interesting foryou and some of onr friends '! to know that I have met several Washv Ington boys, some that are going to '"the same place I am and in the same -- Jferanch. of the service. There are a number of people who remember Forrester Ainsworth, a Boston boy, who . is my partner on this trip. He and I being the only two chief petty offi* * * < ?!???? AU4W frtW V/cers on OOBTU UWL MC v??* fcf-special duty la the aviation section. P" Ainsworth's ambitions are just as high ' ^ tp be a flier as they were to make his . mark as a star football -player up at f' Tale where he became protpiaent on [ that team. Tell John Sherman that r dad has seen enough saltwater in the 11 last ten days to last for a long time I 2nd that I wish he was with me. Kiss I the baby for me and take good care of l them. Would like to see all of you. I Tell BUI Bryant he ought to be a sail| er on this ship because there is plen^yfty of good hard word to do. Let me Bknow when you write if he has been V called for duty. This ship is the oldest transport in the service and was in the first convoy 'of*the A. E. F. It is 490 feet long and formerly a passenger ship of the American Fruit Co. It is interesting to watch^he little destroyers in this : rough sea. All yon can see of them . half of the time Is the top of their masts. I want yon to take good care ;Of yourself and the babies. Not knowto* what my address is going to, be ' "you wfll have to wait until you hear I from me again before you write. Will write again just as soon as I reach I -our destination. Will write a more interesting letter next time and will say V_ V? ?m> >!? nrMHit. With lota of Pod wishes. BAYARD. iked Pies and Pastries tanrant. Arvt. TOTESTIFY n Luij, 44Am To Vbt las Dose For Me, So jfo He^ Otliers.n Watoga,W. Vjl?Mrs. S. W. GladweD, C* this town, 97s: "When about 15 year* Of age, I suffered greatly ... Sometime* I would go month or two, and I had ^^ ttpAbSBlKldKltty bsdcncliCy and bcflnn^" down paint, and would just drag and Kbid no appetite: Then... it would last ?..two weeks, and was so weakening, ^My mo^ier bought me a bottle el ICnAd, am I began to improve alter Wtliij gai fiat bottle, so kept it op tin I took three. ..I gained, and was well BaadstreetaodloweitantoCarduL B female twrttif, sod Just resort to Csrdid I what it.bss done for me, so as to help l< If yoa sue tier v om or weak, have headBalliiu iifs so common to women, why not Bfirc Capfad S trial? Recommended by H \ Foar Deaths. Foot deaths hare resulted is Mannington and vicinity within the past two days from firflnenra and hludxed diseases. A number who were seriously fll-are reported Improving notlcahly, and a great many are on the streets again after less serious attacks. Mrs. Charles Bell. Mrs. Charles Bell, of Glen dale. Marshall county, died Sunday evening at eleven o'clock at the home of her brother, E. J. Davis, in Howard street, this city. Mrs. Davis had been m bnt a few days, and bad come to Mannington from Clarksburg on Wednesday preceding her death, after visiting relatives there, and stopping here to visit her brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of Wheeling, and Charles Bell, of Glendale were called here Saturday by the illness and subsequent death of Mrs. Ben, being respectively father, mother and husband of the deceased. The remains were taken to Glendale yesterday morning for burial. the funeral party being accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Davis. Garfield Bung'ard. Garfield Bungard died at his home in Buffalo street yesterday morning after a few days' illness of influenza. Mr. Bnngard was aged about thirtyeight years, was an oil worker in the | employ of the South Penn OH company, and Is survived by the wife and two children. Mrs. Artie Hibbs. Mrs. Arlie Hibbs died at about noon Sunday at her home on Dent's run. after a brief attack of infleunza. Mrs. J. Yost died after an attack of influenza at her home near Seven Pines. We are without particulars regarding the above two deaths. Red Cross Assists. The local Red Cross committee is busy day and nigh't. assisting families that have been stricken with influ- j enza. In one instance a family of thir- j teen, living in the country, was found | with all the members stricken and no one to wait upon them. Several other families were found in need of assist-! ance. A number of new cases were re- j ported and the malady still continues j to spread. Families known to be In | need of assistance should be reported to Mrs. F. E. Furbee, vice chairman of the Red Cross committee. j Severe Attacks. M. L. Shanks. Newton I. Jones and U. G. Scott are sufferin gfrom severe attacks of influenza. Charles Ryan. Everett Beatty and Howard Sandy are out again after having the malady. To Kearneysville. Miss Nina Winston left Sunday evening for Kearneysville. Berkeley county, where she was called by the serious illness of her mother. Brought Home. Mrs. Alonzo Price, -who has been III in Cook hospital in Fairmont will be brought to her home in Dancer avenne the coming Friday if she continues to improve as rapidly as she has so far done. f Headquarters Calls. All those who having hospital shirts for the Red Cross are asked to please finish at once and deliver at once to the home of Mrs. E. W. Marr ffl[Bfgsp TO be sure of richrfragrant coffee, buy from your grocer. Do not patronize the peddler whose coffee may be of poor quality, dirty and stale. He takes your money out of town, anyway. Pride in your home town should prompt you to buy from your grocer for he helps make your town what it is. Buy dustless, chaffless Golden Sun. Try its delightful flavor. iVoi aold by tyndicat* stores THE WOOLSON SPICE COMPANY Toledo Ohio Kwgy fnr)/\Wiq JHSSWi _ |y * \f R n vg^BSgi| Sr" soft^ng^ilkV Br Otfns derails FomadsBmlr DnBtnr. which 1s esIleMfuUy psfanwd and rraliy I SSSBS&& I h oiir^jtst tM **nfl you vtou ST>"'TIH H IMS* tba semis and nmhes Butr. taper. short. stubborn lair as meet Ions mad turn ?wsis that. Ttm can eeeflo lmiwne ft eixl suttntaoraafe. fillsjovxMtimi Itett to haTS gntjMr baJt sod Heron* you a ctaata. T"W IS?bat doors bs rooted Jnto sttunr sajtblne etes ttsa I - HEROLIN I I obCTBUrCO*figsga.bgoa ^grarTOOfllsf in Clarksburg street, as headquarters have called for them. sitiokb uvcr own. A heavy pall of smoke hung over the town from six o'clock Sunday evening until midnight, giving off the odor of burning wood, supposedly coming from the great forest fires of Wisconsin and Minnesota, on that day. Hotel Arrivals. Bartlett ? Charles H. "Wins, Iyly, Va.; J. C. Cross, Hastings, J. B. Hutchinson, Cameron; W. C. Ziegenfelder, Wheeling; H. L. Beacon, Pittsburgh; C. B. Woodruff, MoandsvDie. Wells?Wel Guthrie, Cameron; E. C. Blaney, H. G. Jones, Wheeling; F. L. Fast. Fairmont; B. F. Beer, Monndsville. Personals. Mrs. h. J. Z>ake has returned to her home in Fairmont after a visit with Milk Toast Biettoo Maeb For Her "I doctored for years with only temporary relief. My liver was very bad. after eating I would always have such a fullness in my stomach and my heart would palpitate. I could not eat milk toast without distressing me. Since taking a course of Mayris Wonderful Remedy, more than a year ago, I can eat anything my appetite desires." It Is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all ' ?1a qtlmontc ^LUUiav.n, iivo auu tuiw?.>***?? including appendicitis. One dose wOl convince or money refunded. Crane's drug store, H. & H. Drug Co., Prescription Pharmacy at Mannington and druggists everywhere. BAD STOMACH; NEARLY STARVED TO DEATH Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Both Eat Anything They Want Now. "I have had stomach trouble and constipation for S years. I could not eat anything and almost starved to death. After I began to take Milks Emulsion J began to eat anything I wanted. I feel like a new woman and am doing my own work agaip. My husband also was badly afflicted with stomach trouble and for a long time lived on soup and light diet. Eight bottles cf Milks Emulsion cured him sound and well and he can eat as much solid food as he likes."?Mrs. Geo. Hampton, 503 North 12th St., Charleston, 111. Thousands of people have used Milks Emulsion with the same result that Mrs. Hampton describes. It costs nothing to try?it is guaranteed. Milks EmnTslon is a pleasant, nutri-' tive food and a corrective medicine. It restores healthy, natural bowel action, doing away with all need of pills and physics. It promotes appetite and quickly puts the digestive organs in shape to assimilate food. As a builder of flesh and strength. Milks Emulsion is strongly recommended to rundown nervous people, and it has produced amazing results in many cases of tuberculosis of the lungs. Chronis stomach trouble and constipation are promptly relieved?usually in one day. This is the only solid emulsion made and so palatable that it is eaten with a spoon like ice cream. A truly wonderful medicine for weak, sickly children. No matter how severe your case, you are urged to try Milks Emulsion under this guarantee?Take six bottles home with you. use it according to directions and if not satisfied with the results, your money will be promptly refunded. Price 60c and $1.20 per bottle. The Milks Emulsion Co? Terre Haute, Ind. Sold and guaranteed by "W. R. Crane Drug Co. Now is the Time to Build a Second Income From the First 15 Bjjj In these times of high |E Hjj wages and steady employ- 'j? Hjj ment, live for tomorrow as j: 1)| well as for today. Shear the j | high wage of all its surplus. ' That's the method which I I puts a man's feet squarely jp 1 on the ground and keeps him jr fljjj] facing the world with clear- fit fifl eyed virility. Accumulate this second in- liul /ll come by having a regular fill til Hnw to place mondy on in- Hi Bi /terest. Use The National Hi QemV eewltiiva JtfWIlt* ?. ?M4 4MVUb o OttTUiga M system It's value has been 9| Hfi proven' a thousand times. jfl ?iSdn?r#f bank g/ bilm wi5rvs?^^ ,",f>'"*" tWto*ta flw^fytittriv.] Miss Esther Heeg. of MmwmgBh. I was the guest Of Mrs. Gar S3. Forbee I yesterday. John C. Ely spent the 'week sad I Cameron. ^ 1 Roanoke, Vju tor an extended visit with relatives. John C. Harney spent the week and with relatives in Wheeling. Komi C. Shock has returned front a vlsit^with his brother, Bert Shock, in HendersonvOle, K. C. Mr. and Mrs. (River Carpenter and Mrs. Upson, of Fairmont, spent Sunday with friends in Mannington. George A. Cochrane has returned from a business visit in Cumberland. Md. ! Famous. Old Recipe 1 i | for Cough Syrup | ! tS SSthmii ft*** 2 quick resells. S Then sands of housewives have fonad that they cu save two-thirds of the money usually spent for cough preparation*, by uaing this well-known old reeipe for cough syrup at home. It is simple apd cheap "to make, but it really has so equal for prompt results. It taleas right hold of a cough and gives immediate relief, usually stopping aa ordinary cough in 24 hours or lefts. Get S'/a ounces of Pinex from jay druggist, pour it into a pint bottle, and add pi am granulated sugar svrup to mpke a full pint. If you prefer, dm clarified molasses, honey, or com syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either way. it tastes good, keeps perfectly. - and i lasts a family a long time. It's truly astonishing H&w quickly it j acts, penetrating through every air pas- j sage of the throat and lungs?loosens I ana raises the phlegm, soothes and heals the membranes, and gradually but surely the annoying throat tickle and dreaded cough disappear entirely. Nothing better for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, whooping cough or bronchial asthma. Pinex is a special and highly concentrated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, known the world over for fib healing effect on the membranes. Avoid disappointment by asking year druggist for *2% ounces of Pinax with full directions and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to give kbsohite satisfaction or money promptly refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft- Wayne, Ind. SPANISH INRUENZ/1 | AND HOW IT SI Nothing New?Simply the Old Grip, 1889-90, Only Then it Cam 1 France and Thia Tit ' " I e*cU Anbfc^Talfa a v9 w o?u bum ? Laxative?Eat Plenty of Nourlsh~ ]ng Food?Keep Up Your Strength?Nature Is the -Cure". ALWAYS CALL A DOCTOR. NO OCCASION FOR PANIC. L Spanish Influenza, which appeared Spain In May. has all the appearance of grip or la grippe, which has swept over the world In numerous' (epidemics as far back as history nms. (Hippocrates refers to an epidemic in '412 B.C. which Is regarded by many to have been influenza. Every century has had its attacks. Beginning with 1831, this country has had five epidemics, the last in 1889-90. ; There is no occasion for panic?influenza Itself has a very low percentage of fatalities?not over one death out of every four hundred cases, according to the N.C. Board of Health. ,The chief danger lies In complications arising; attacking principally, .patients in a run down condition? |those who didn't go to bed soon enough, or those who get up to early. THE SYMPTOMS. ; Grippe, or influenza as it is now called, usually begins with a chill followed by aching, feverishness and [sometimes nausea and dizziness, and a general feeling of weakness and *?- mi? lo >?y\m depressluu. mo iciuycimMo m .. ~ ilOO to 104, and the ferer usually past* from three to five days. The perms attack the mncnons membrane, or lining of the air passages?nose, throat and bronchial tubes?there Is insnally a hard cough, especially bad let night, often times a sore throat or tonsllltls, and frequently all the appearances of a severe head cold. THE TREATMENT, j : Go to bed at the first symptoms, i mot only for your own sake hnt to lavoid spreading the disease to others ! !?take a pnragatlve, eat plenty of i jnonishlng food, remain perfectly quiet 1 jand don't worry. Quinine. Aspirin or [Dover's Powder, etc., may be administered by the physician's directions to [relieve the aching. But there Is no cure or specific for Influenza?the dls-~ 'ease must ran Its course. Nature will (throw off the attack If only you keep tap your strengta- iuuuw**? Uqs the bodily resistance that there as danger of pneumonia or bronchitis [developing, and sometimes lnflama>tlon of the middle ear, or heart aljfectlons. For these reasons, It Is very (Important that the patient remain In bed until his strength returns?stay [in bed at least two days or more after I the fever has left yon, if yon are lover 50 or not strong, stay Is bed [four days or more, according to the Ineverity of the attack. . F EXTERNAL APPLICATIONS. 1 . In order to stimulate the lining ot I Bring In your wheat while x per bushel for good wheat. To Awbanm hasix. Tnlk t JV tlVIW Wl? i HI i m I w bushel. Teh Street, ? z - - ^^^SS^SSSSmSS^S^t to ** ^ ?**-*-?* <v--tr.~r-ti wire17, uqht* a ptuaaeriqi irip xor nfrr inl jpniai* strain^ stiffs cct yorftotde tud^uajite gttfcy f?.r^.iy*? liic Cflr bottxo is ccobqsqt* PUBLIC SALEl I I anitlim 1 5_ jj I Will OTT?r W pwsiiw awMv.. M sit 1 o'clock p. m OH ! SATURDAY I | October 19,1918 | - at tot residence one-half mile : i from Worthineton. the follow- 8 [ 5 tag described property: 5 I ' 2 heavy Pereheron maree, 4 and ijr :5 5 years old, well broke.. 8 (5 1 two year old colt, 1 three year 8 old colt; 1 Ave year old colt. 8 1 milk cow five years old, 1 f*tjs: ; COW# Q ! 1 large fat hog. ;0 i; 1 Saxon automobile roadster In ! I** good- condition. 1 light two horse wagon, 1 spring g wagon g 1 lot of com In shock. :S S6me household goods end other 8 articles. 8 TERMS: All sums over $10 s ? credit of 4 months with In- c ' to rest from date' and appro v- 8 8 ed seourtly. No property to g: bo removed until settled for. ? I E. GRAY 1 jiji Worthington, W. Ya. | -WHAT IT IS IOULD BE TREATED or la grippe That Waa Epidemic lr\ e From Russia by Way of ne by Way of^Spaln. th^alr passsges^^ tlirow offLtbe grippe germs, to aid In loosening thai phelegm keeping the air passages open, thus making the^breafhlng easier, Vick's VapoRub will be found eft fective. Hot, wet towels should be applied over the throat, chest and back between the shoulder blades to open the pores. Then VapoRub shnld be rubbed in over the parts until the skin is red, spread on thickly andj covered with two thicknesses of hot' flannel cloths. Leave the clothing loose aronnd the neck a3 the heat of. the body liberates the Ingredients Inj the form of vapors. These vapors, inhaled with each breath, carry the medication directly to the parts affected. At the same time, VapoRub 1st absorbed thru and stimulates the 8km! attracting the bloed to the surface, and thus aids in relieving the congestion within. HOW TO AVOID (THE DI8EASE Evidence seems to prove that this ?- * M^.<.UeT1?l 18 & germ tusuosci ~syi cau yi * * " ^? - j-1 by human contact, chiefly thro coughins; sneezing or spitting. So avoifl persons having colds, which means avoiding crowds?common drinking j cups, roller towels, etc. Keep up your bodily strength by plenty or exerdsa in the open air, and good rood. Above all, keep free from colds, as colds Irritate the lining of the air passages and render them much better breed-' ing places for the germs. TTse Vick's VaporBab at the very! first sign of a cold. For head cold,' melt a little VapoRub In a spoon and inhale the vapors, or beter still, use VapoRub in a benzoin steam kettle. If this is not available, use an ordinary tea-kettle. Fill half-full of both i ing water, put in half a teaspoonfnl of j VapoRub from time to time Keep the kettle Just slowly boiling and inhale | the steam arising. I NOTE:?-Vick's VapoRub Is the discovery of a North Carolina durgglst, who found how to combine. In salvoj form, Wwntiini ana uamturar mui snch volatile oils as Encalptus, Thyme, Cnbebs, etc., so that when the salve Is applied te the hody heat, these Ingredients Ire liberated In ths form of vapors. VapoRnb Is comparatively new Inj New York State and New England* and a few Western states where It is Inst now being Introduced, bat In oth> er section of the country It is thai standard home remedy in more than aj million homes for all forms of coldj troubles. Over six pillion Jars were! sold last year. It is particularly re&| ommended for children's croup or colds, since It la externally applied) J asm VIA Ttqpd M frMlvi Huu tacrewrrj?uhu uu?urn < - ? ? i as desired without the slightest harm-) tot effects. VapoBnb can be bad In) three sizes at all drnssistB, 1 j i ii i F*rsaicg* 1 oeds are good. We wBt pay 9S?B S a can also get winter's supply qt K ow tahna on cash basis of 36c per B f 8 com ANY, 1 fHg S 1 ' J T~^- iff ' ' *T ' I TWO CENTS A WORD HELP WANTED?MAL* WANTED?Coal miner tor small Tab Phone 654-R. T0-a-tf-4Sl MEN?Age 17 to 55. Experience on necessary.- Travel; make seere investigations. reports. Salaries, ex pesses. 'American Foreign Deiecttn Agency, 778 St. Louis. 10-12-lt?<561 WANTED?Carpenters, 70c per bom /8-hour day. Time and bait far ores rime. Doable time on Sund.ys. WANTED?Laborers, 40c per bom 8-honr day. Time and half foi over rime. Doubel rime Sundays. Ap ply Frslne Bros. A Haighley. Wbee ^ i-rrnn' ana ahp ouup, u?a& basse. Phone 572-R. 10-4-tf-453' WANTED ? Assistant bookkeeper male or female. Large operating coal company. State age and salarj exoeeted. Address Box 4552, West Vix gtnt.n '.-aer* WANTED?First class stenographer male or female. Coal company Good salary. Address Box 4551 Virginian. 10-8-5t-455I MEN WANTED?Mechanical workers machine operators and genera work. Helmlck Foundry Machine Co.. 8th street and Belt Line. Fairmont. W Va 9-28-tf-44& WANTED?Men for necessary waj Industry. Stedy employment, goo< wages. Apply wire chiers office. Bel 'Telephone building or call phone 151' after 5 p. m. 10-7-6t 454) GOVERNMENT Civil Service Exam Inations, Fairmont In September Government. Clerk, Teacher. Inspec tors. Research Clerk. Typewriter. Sal ary $2.0000. Experience unnecessary onrornmpnt nositloS! W UiUCU ucouawo ov - write fo?* free particulars to J C Leon ard (formerly Civil Service Examiner! 906 Ken vis BIdg., Washington. 9-IS-8M441 STOBE FOR SENT A STOKE FOR RENT In Watson ho tel BIdg. Apply Manager. Watsoi Hotel. 10-2-10t-451i SPECIAL NOTICTS~ OUIIOC or wl tLcUIION IU hILI VACANCY IN THE OFFICE Of THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARION COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA. Whereas. W. S. Black was dul] elected by the voters of Marion conn ty. West Virginia, at the general elec tion held in November. 1914. to the ol fice of Clerk of the Circuit Court o said county, for the term of six (6! years, beginning on the 1st day of Jan nary. 1915, and ending on the 31sr da] of December, 1920; And Whereas the said W. S. Black departed Miii life on the 14th day of March. 1918 thereby creating a vacancy In the salt ->ffice of Clerk of said Circuit Court And Whereas, by an order duly enter ed of record In said Circuit Court or the 25th day of March, 1918, the saic vacancy was temporarily filled by th< appointment of Clarence Curry as sucl Clerk of said Court until the genera election to he held on the 5th 'day o: November, 191$. and until the succes or of said W. S. Black and the salt tlarence Curry, temporarily filling th< aU, vacancy aforesaid, shall hav< been declared duly elected and quail tied In the manner prescribed by law: Now. therefore. I. William S. Hay mond. Judge of the Circuit Court oi said Marion-county. West Virginia, d< hereby declare and give notice that a the election to be held on the 5th da] of November. 1918,?the same being t general election prescribed by law,? all of the legal and duly qualified vot -aid election will be required to vot? -aid W. S. Black, now deceased, end ng on and with the said 31st day of lecember, 1920. Given under my hand on tins mc "st day of October. J'JIS, and la Spe ,-ial Session of said Circuit Court. WILLIAM S. HAYMONI>, Court to fill the unexpired term of th< Tudge of the Circuit Court of Marioi for and elect a Clerk of said Circui' rs of said Marlon county voting at County, West Virginia. 10-2-9-16-23. ; **" * -mffifMF || Chicago Mereh The National War Savings ganizatlon has issued the follow Chicago Merchant: v "The way tor an indlrU to get along Is to work and normal times, how much mo aicrviOOC41U Uft'lUb UJ *'?? winning of this war as Is t tiptn tW, the mobilizing of ipfiitary step Is not accomp sense saving of the ration. i cefptsaalvoc t w. v*. P^awm HKLP WaMCBP?r?MAlJB 1 : WAyTSI>-C?P*bl^-^pi^Ml^B of older clrfllfrem. gtolWlliMl r Phono 270. "^^^BBPhMW - WANTED?Two ctrlo^'^qt?MwjwBf work and turse Itt AU tfBMl - months old. Apply Mn. ttlkrdnH - her. 741 Fairmont At*. 'Bhm^| 1 S WANTED?Glri to woacaaaaiaiaiafcB Good wrapea. Apply Box 46M WeatB ' Virginian office. . 104^48Ml : WA-N^TEP?oM to do KiMwiiat, Bpga r work. Inquire 2S? Main St. ... ii i nmiira - GIRLS WANTED?Apply Trojr I?Ik| dry. / : house. 7 rooms, good ceD^feqijiijm 1 barn with sOo and straw "Shad aaaSteg barn, other necessary : Some timber and till land. dWriHng town of 26.000 pimwlatlMi.^5poS5ai I one-half cash, balance secvrad; by | l mortgage. Price $5700. I hare nstay ' bargains, write for large list. H. B> Webb^ Atwater. Ohio. Write for - Wanted?To bay second na^tM^n or cabinet. Imperial Ice CreaiagI5oag| i typewriter, dresser, beds, flne mafc'* I tresses, four hole cook store, notions etc. 648 Plerpolnt Are. 10-8-tf. fSTjS FOR SALE?Cash register and taiEtl Ice boxes, one large, one smalL [ dress Box 4647 West Tligtato^ .7^. POOR SALE?6 room hop$pj^B^SW paved street. % minutes walk from 5 Court House. Lot 40x160. Reason\ able price for immediate aad&.NmMHM f IlberaL Call phone 420-R-L 10-7-6M^HM j FOR SALE ? 4-room cottager: town. S-room house, 606 Jamidw^^SB | A bargain for cash. Call at'gecigsySaj] Walter's store, Madison St. or 606 [ Jamison St. IMl^gg^ i for^~RE^T^Tsix"- room fitiHlisiHjO| [' bouse. South Side. Address'.?sbH i <575 care West Virginian. IO-14-$t-4676. J suitable for two people. Apply 8hn-|i t day or Monday evening at^ggHn ?' rooma. 12'Kbea Terrace. i 1 ' *" ) t '~~wv^~www~^~w^ . ~ ~ . OSTEOPATHIC P?l,MIWlc9 AND EYE- SWCWUtr. J 01? mi at all mtuflBWlKM !1 fi.tt?L? t | S'toV""* ' 11 t ' I ? , R. --'"SpSSi Window Glaee and WMdMiH Phono 477 W. 802 Qaston Awa ' Repairing nn?f rebuUdliifl^^ftti*' I to mobile radiators a spoeMtr. ' Old Radiators Bought, RMttH and <o>fc "c? Practical Timor and 'Mawl Metal Worker. 828 Moorbo.Bt3g *rni^fiT^iww}^wrtHww ^jimmbiIAAAA V-a ? ^ninnIKBS o^CuOQ OB XMUOBII Qfw | Ins statement toy Jnllas HomSiSSS a I * ?' ?- ?.. .?? save. IS saving 1? necessary ?ag re necessary 1s it 1a sjlte.lii^ xyone is as imperattsalor the he of "b*?; ifrj-gw 1th 17s Today.