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j*5-\ Wonderfully Worth While.
the Fairmont Chapter of the
ySmerlcan Bed Cross had accomplished
but one thing In all Its career, and
yrthat one thing had been the present
gg&gfct against Influenza. It 'would bare
i-Jusmply Justified Its reason for existence.
When the chapter struggled
G&to being at the lnsistance of the war
HSffgation, and grew and grew IncesHSaOy.
doing wonderful work as it deBjwbied,
demanding and receiving
Kgpjjioar citizens Increasing financial
IKiiIiiIiiiii 1 attention, the member
ship litle realized It was preparing
to give combat to a foe on our own
doc.Step, more deadly and destructive
Rto our nation than any war losses we
mave been called on to endure.
.When the call came, the chapter,
BjMdg to its unexcelled organization,
ESed the Instant readiness of its oft< cials,
was in the best of condition to
fvWIiftM and nnt into action every
possible means of treating and stampmis,
oat the disease as far as it is humanly'
possible to do.
Numbers of capable and self sacrificing
women are at work night and
day in the emergency hospital; even'
comfort within, the means of the Red
Cross is being given to the sufferers.
.Drags,, gauze, disinfectants, masks,
'surgeons' robes, caps and aprons have
I been supplied, some of the member
ship bavins orked all day last Sonday
U> order to make enough aprons
\fi>r 'jthe nurses. A partial list-of
things supplies includes, four beds
jmomplete -with bedding. 110 sheets. 72
BEUowslipa, 144 towels. 36 blankets.
W8 table covers and dresser covers.
35 b?d shirts and night gowns for chil,
dren and babies. New cases arrive
f. every day, and the situation is not
r .xraidly clearing hut the women of the
chapter, both nurses and volunteers,
will stick to the finish. A situation
f. like the present one calls for all there
.is of solid-worth and pure unselfishness,
and the city of Fairmont owes a
, debt to these splendid, devoted wom!?en
which it can never repay.
Kome Service Office Also Busy With
Flu.
Telegrams keep pouring Into the
ome Service department from offii
cars from camps and cantonments
. everywhere. These telegrams usually
* rsad.i*Private So and So applies for
cleave on account of illness in family,
vhnrwrtigate and inform if leave is imperative.
Signed Captain So and So."
? Then it Is up to the Home Service to
>-institute search for the boy's family
. and Investigate conditions and report
, <o .the inguirlng officer. The situations
are sometimes amusing, as in the
ease where Mrs. Sam Brady climbed
about a dozen of oar choicest West
. Virginia hills to look after a violently
; HI father, who was insisting on looking
r his last upon his son, and after arriving
in a completely winded state,
fonnd the fond parent off working at
f Us regular employment.
Other cases involve serious responsibility
as leave is a serious matter
L^now when troops are moving so fast.
Kb is not easy to decide In numbers of
If"-instances bow people really are, and
mistakes in these cases are most ret
- grettable.
The Home Service section Is working
day and night now, since illness
is ramp&nt, and. as always, is success.
lolly coping with Its own particular
problems..
Plenty to Do.
A large allotment has been received
Itby'the Hospital Garments department
BreonsisOng of garments for French
Hfcfngees. As more and more .French
BCerritory 'ia recovered from the retreat[
ing Germans, more and more of the
stricken population is received by the
I allies to fare for.
I Foot hundred undershirts were cut
on Thursday, and several hundred gar.
meats of like character will be cut
and made. This will provide work for
j _the local work rooms and the auxiliar.
les. which have been Idle while await
I tag the arrival of the allotment.
Lj The Wool Department.
The allotment of grey sweaters has
heen completed and fumigated ready
tor shipment. The call was for 75 of
the sweaters, but the chapter has done
better than that, and is sending 100
1 Of them. To the women who have
been wondering if the knitting is goring
to continue, we will say. that they
; can certainly set their minds at rest,
. ao -tar as the local chapter is con\
corned, for the new knitting Allotment
to be^completed In January will surety
keep all knitters too busy to even
speculate upon what is coming next.
The chapter is to furnish 1,000 pairs
| of socks, and 300 sweaters. The wool
Lis sot yet In, and it is not known
whether the yarn will be grey or
>khakf color. "When the wool arrives.
Bfet every knitter get busy. The chap ter
has taken on larger allotments
fcnd gone over the top with them too.
so we mnstnot fail with this one even
Bghrwgh It is coming' Christmas time
kid Thanksgiving time and houseHftsaatag
time and all.
K&_ \ The Linen Shower Ready.
tfKhp linen shower which the chap ttji
asked for som; time ago is now
egdy for ihipment. The shower was
Ba. great recess, and the local people
Dd auxiliary memoersmp gave w
Bwrt it with greatest generosity. The
Hihspter is to-be congratulated upon
h* appearance and quality of this
Hhower. The articles have all been
Hmnlgated to Insure the absence of
Hnfinenza or other-germs so that the
^moxwlll arrive la condition for ixnme
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gov. white going abroad.
V PARKERSBTTRG, W. Va., Oct. 26.?
former Gorerlnor Albert B. White, of
Hils city, has been appointed a -war
Kap -worker for overseas duty by-the
bang Hen's Christian Association,
^fee has been notified to.hold himself
> readiness for immediate service. . '
EDUCATORS TO MEET.
WHEEXJNG. W. Va., Oct. 26 ?
Bans are being formulated here for
^Moal meeting of the West Virlinttlond
Association which
iin this city November 27,
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Call Postponed
Frank Olivato. who was to leave
Monongah Friday to enter the Vocational
Branch of the. S. A. T. C. at
Morgantown. has received notice his
call has been postponed. He will
leave November loth.
Scouts Return.
The Monongah Boy Scouts have returned
from a camping trip to Philip
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need the Junk. 70a need the Honey
scoops, accompanied them.
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To Pittsburgh.
Mrs. George Murphy, of Brookdale.
has gone to Pittsburgh to visit her
husband for a few weeks . Mr. Mur!
phy has accepted a government postj
tioo. before lea ting for Pittsburgh
i he was manager of the local garage.
Died of Pneumonia.
Dominec Protzilis, of Thobnrn, died
i Thursday at the emergency hospital
; in Fairmont of pneumonia following
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m of "**"?" ftt their home in Bike
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Died of Influenza.
The little eight months old daughter
of Rocco Farra, of Thobnrn. died
today of influenza.
Receiving Aid.
The following Influenza patients are
receiving aid through the Monongab
auxiliary of Bed Cross: John Sillo,
Borneo Demark. Dominic Protzilio.
Mary Dillo, Anting Utzie, Dominic Dipmont
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Coal the Con
Started Fatrn
By C.W. EVANS, Se*
The early history of Commercial
industry and railroad development in t
West Virginia. The beginnings o( thh
a~recent interview of former Governor,
that it is given here for your readers?
orated by James Boyce, James O. Wats
1S72
"I remember'*, said he, "that Mr. W
gas companies to take at least enough
which.to make a test, hoping thus to ]
gas works in almost every city on the
the Ohio River and Chicago and only
dozen cars of coal, the same to he paid
a price as they were willing to pay. Sc
to the gas works in Baltimore in an effc
hut failed to, get an order. As we wall
the brilliant electric street lights, the J
lieve this kind of light will drive tut o
"You are too easily discouraged, vre wi
Ten thousand tons of coal donbtle
time; but Mr. Fleming has lived to see
insignificance, and coal become the ma
lights. ^
The vision of these pioneers in th<
become a reality, and been surpassed
it is only a Question of labor and transp<
part of the world demand for fuel may '
Whileicoal has been the main stay
to he through years to come much
of the Fairmont region of the Upper i
the abundant supply of natural gas an
It is to be regretted that in the ej
this state better methods of conserving
ed and whllg all gas companies are now
supply, it is generally recognized that i
the life of natural ^gas for manufacturin
paratively tew years, and the many in<
for fuel are now preparing to substitute
The Monongah Glass Company and
of this city, two of the largest plants o
preparations for producer gas for the!
Glass Company is now bnilding an ad
entirely by producer gas. NNothing
better illustrates the tape
recent decisions to place in this City
phosphorus plant. Both or tnese piani
will he permanent factors in the comm<
the war is over.
The byproduct plant will he ope
Coke Corporation.*' It is being const
entire output will he taken by the Gov?
While there are hundreds of hy-pr<
principle ones are coke, gas. tuluol, ta:
The Oldbury Chemical Company, of
phorus Plant; for the present their enti
ment.
The further growth and developme
commercial standpoint will be determli
terprises: The Monongabela Valley
Coke Corporation.
The success of the Traction Comp
passed the fondest hopes of those who
portant factor In the development of F
Valley. But we believe that Its greates
of this Valley is Just about to be rea
Rivesville Power Plant.
Coal Is again in foundation of th
mine it will convert its thousands of t
not only furnish power to the coal ml
sole attraction for many industries der
titles.
The chief?indeed the only factor
Oldbury Chemical Company phosphorus
This was the only place in the cour
er could he secured
What Is true of this one plant is ;
now considering locating here.
The By-Product Plant is a drawini
the center of a large group of factori
secure the various by-produts for* th<
articles depending entirely upon these
Already several concerns have and
factories here?depending upon satlsfac
Coke Corporation for their output
The Greater Fairmont Investment
mind developments like those previous!
Tor large acreage ui ?
Fairmont Region.
This rast acreage reaching from
the East Side through Pleasant Valley
Tygarts Valley river is destined to b
soon as comercial conditions after the
extensions and the nse of materials for
The experience of many largo ir
winter of 1917*18 has caused capital tto
fuel supply.
With the coal supply of the Fiairmo
ities now afforded for manufactured pr
tion for manufacturing concerns.
Looking to Inst such conditions aa
has been given for Increased transjx
Ohio Railroad system, which for many
this region, is now supplemented ly th<
systems, with plans rapidly maturing f
The hdonongahela River will, it Ii
portant factor for transportation to and
to its abundant water supply for all pi
When these conditions are taken :
mont looks extremely bright, and it is
will be realized.
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5 310 Madlaon St.
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EXPERT DYERS
nf tniiv ?fn tad bstterwBl
be greafly appreciated by tbe local
?axni?A
Personals.
Mrs. Howard Meredith and daughter.
Mrs. K. E- Thomas, were business
callers In Fairmont yesterday.
Mrs. William Hurley has retained
from a visit with her mother, Mrs. M.
Lamb, of Watson.
Mr. Harry Bice was a bosiness call
a its m
dustrial
y
imodity that
lont Upward
ry. Chamber of CommerceFairmont
is the history of the coal
he Monongahele Valley and Northern
j industry are so well represented in
A. B. Fleming, by an Eastern paper
-referring Co the old Gaston mine opton
and A. B. Fleming, and opened' in
atson sent me West to try and induce
of our coal at their own price, with
introduce our product. I went to the
Lakes, and on the railroads between
induced one company to take a half
for after the^jjBd used it. and at such
on after thidflg&ent with Mr. Watson
>rt to sell togga part of their supply.
Iced back tdfr hotel, I looked up at
Brst I had etHfseen, and said. *7 beut
of IbusinesV. Mr. Watson replied.
Ill sell at least 10,000 tons this year."
ss looked large to these men at that
i these figures wane into comparative
in factor In the production of electric
; coal development of this region has
on such an enormous scale that now
srtation facilities In order that a large
S ? CUtwmASif wae^An
00 Supplied lruu uio roiiuvub - - D , ,
* of our community and -will continue
of the past industrial development
Monongahela Valley has been due to
d OIL
airly years of abundant gas supply In
this valuable fuel -were not considerr
taking measures to preserve the gas
with all that may be done in this line
g purposes must be limited to a comlustrles
-which have depended upon it
! producer gas in their plants.
the Owens Bottle Machine Company,
f their kind in the world, are making
ir future operations The Monongah
ditlonal plant which will be operated
irtance of Fairmont's future than the
a large by-product plant and a large
s are war products, but both of them
trcial affairs of our country long after
N
rated under the name of Domestic '
ructted by the Government, and the (
rament until the close of the war.
>ducts from a plant of this kind, the
r, benzol and other oils.
' Niagara Falls, will operate the Phosire
output is designed for the Govern- !
nt of Fairmont from an industrial or
ted largely by the success of two en- j
Traction Company and the Domestic ,
1
I
any as a railroad enterprise has surprojected
it. It has been a very im'airmont
and the Upper Monongahela
t influence in the commercial welfare
lized in the completion of the great
j
enterprise. Builder upon its own
ons of coal Into electric current, una
Ines all along the Valley, but be the
Handing electric power in great quanwhich
determined the location of the
i plant at Rivesville was the fact that
itry where the necessary electric powalso
true of several others which are
5 card for other factories. It wSl be
es which will be established here to
sir own use in manufacturing other
by-products.
!er consideration the location of their
rtory arrangements with the Domestic
Company, organized in 1916. had in
ly referred to and has made provision
late future factory development in the
the Industrial Company addition on
to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and
ecome a vast manufacturing field as
close ot the war will permit railroad
industrial purposes.
idustrial concerns during the severe
loot for locations nearer the source of
nt region and the transportation faciloducts,
Fairmont makes an ideal looui
these, every possible encouragement
Jrtatlon facilities. The Baltimore &
years has enjoyed the prosperity of
s New York Central and Pennsylvania
or the Western jnaryiana.
i firmly believed, become * very 1mfrorn
the Fairmont region. In addition
urposes.
Into consideration the future of Falrour
firm belief that our fondest hopes
1 anything . ^ j J
LUTOMOBUJE ?:
rrs THE HOME OR EVERY <;
OR NEED _'&j
JARAGE CO. ^
Tdlftphont 6&S
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AND CLEANEBS
Phem 543?. j
m2?u Daniel Davis, of Fairmont, was
a caller in-town yesterday.
Mrs. Ernest Elbv, ot Bingamon. was
visiting her father, T. G. Pric^ Thursday.
Mrs. CeeQ Davis, of Fairmont, was
a business caller in town yesterday.
Miss Evelyn Too thro an was a caller
in Fairmont yesterday.
Miss Elsie Bennett was visiting
friends in Fairmont Thursday even
I ms.
inufactu
Enterpr
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j: Electricity brought t
i: The following list c
applications for w
i: raw materials withi
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! > MATERIALS
<; Electricity , ,
! .. r sand. Sawdust
<> Electricity and Coke
J. Electricity Ume and Coke
' > Electricity Iron. Silca Rock,
!I Coke
I; Electricity CaIclmn ca^jje
I > Electricity Iron Ore
< j Electricity Air
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\\ growth.
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More Than a I
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! ' A business organization that
j;; that it has become almost a publ
| i serve the public, within the limit
; < j iustry than ever before.
| Dickerson Buildi
! <; 4th St. and Virginia Ave.
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| PURITY
i! Good for the merchanL gets r<
j!! er, makes more and better loaves.
j| Fairmont Grair
if FAIRMON'
MANUFAC
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Offices and plant con
: streets, East Side. Both
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ip/'i. European- Fine Nei
Rates; $1.004 $1
ters. Tiinie S*'
In town yesterday.
Walter Shmr. of Wkteco. has been
tWUik his sister, Mrs. Charlie
ins, of Brookdale.
Mrs. Jessie Hnstead ndtat^
and Mr. andw Mrs. Tirtgh HOsteCtefB
Fairmont. motored to- '3faiiiaiiji|j
Thursday erenln*.
Harry Watklns left Thursday btssi 53
ins tor Camp Alfred "Vale, Little S
Ter. X. J., to enter the XT. S. army aa
a wireless operator in the signal
corps.
ises \ m
Fairmont ]
he Phosphrus Plant j ?|
:overs a few more
'hich we have the
n easy access.
APPLICATIONS
Cutting. Grinding and Firing Ha- ;;
terlals.
Silicon-steel. Hydrogen for Balloons
.etc. ^vs-S?
Acetylene for Welding, Catting ;. \
and Lighting, Acetic Add, Aeroplane
Dope. etc.
Fertilizer. Ammonia, Cyanides, I ?
Steel Industry. i l.-tsi
Making Steel, making Hydrogen.
Explosives and Fertilizers.
should make us,i|f|sB
Fairmont's future |
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