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K . Convention Poetpaned. The state convention of the W. C. T. TO -which was to have beta held ta B 'Wheeling the first of November, Is postponed Indefinitely. Church Open. , . The Palatine Bhptisc chtrrdh -will he Im open Sunday from 10:00 *. xn. until Xytpon lor the purpose of distributing I# literature and collecting church enp Talopes. All members are urged to ittog Or send their envelopes. Attended Funeral. M.- The following relatives from this dty attended the funeral of Mlsa Mary g Morris which was held at Mt. Picgab p this morning at eleven o'clock. Mr. IpNtd Mrs. William Mortis and children, s " Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Garlow. Mrs. A. P. Jones, Miss Lavera Morris. Mrs. 8 Margaret^Morris, Floyd Morris and Bfijttea Morris, all of this city. Rev. Mil ton Steele, of Flemlngton, came down F Friday and accompanied the relatives to the obsequies. Rev. Steele who is a distant relative of the deoeased. con ducted the service at the church. In terment was made In the ML Bisgah i|.iir?twr by Undertaker Charles JenK^tas. of Morgantown. K ^ - At DIaner. Rerr. and Mrs. J. E. Wells were guests of Mr -and Mrs. S. H. Satter-. I field in State street at 6 o'clock din ner Friday evening. The dinner was B one of pretty appointments and the I evening was much enjoyed. Church Will Be Open. B : The Diamond Street M. E. church I wlH be open Sunday from ten till B eleven o'clock to distribute Sunday B, scbooHtorature. Any one wishing to I contribute to the Sunday school or I bring their church envelopes can do so as a member of the finance com8 aaittee will be there to receive It. Personals. W' Osney Minor, of East Park avenue. Is 111 of influenza. His sister. Mrs. '' Forest Debolt, is recovering from an attack of pneumonia. J. A. Wright went to Belington to' day to spend the week end with his family. Mrs. Nora Vincent, of Blaine street, tain. E. J. Walker went to Elkins today. His. family will retnrn to this city i with him and reside in Maryland avenue. Miss Helen Stealey. daughter of Mr. Bt?nH Mrri flnrpnce Srealev has been t Ktite sick the past few days. R- J. "Wolfe of Florida avenue, is. 01 of Influenza. 1 AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCES. s~ CHARLESTON, W. Va? Oct. 26 ? ; Nat T. Frame, state director of agricultural agents, announces that a num!'l>fcr of district conferences will be held . .tkb month and early in November, to ,"b6k attended by the members and V,agents of county farm bureaus: The . pujrpose is to acqauint farm bureaus with the details of the national asrri cultural program for nest year. The . meetings will be held at Keyser, Octoi her- 29: Clarksburg. October 20; | Charleston. November 1, and Hinton November 2. j I Resolutions of Respect to I Late Dr. Win. H. Sands i WHEREAS. Dr. William Hupp j ^Sands. a director of the Fairmont; , Chamber of Commerce, has answered ; k the divine call to "come up higher" in ! so tragic and sudden a manner; and ! WHEREAS, Dr. Sands, a director, of the Fairmont Chamber of Com-; merce for the past several years, has * been an indefatigable worker in the ' upbuilding of Fairmont, standing for , what is highest and best in the com- i .inanity: and K .''WHEREAS. As a physician be com-! Hunhnded the rspect and admiration of i Hi large number of people by his skill "and ability, as well as by his tender I ministrations and genial companionBhip in the sick room: THEREFORE. Be it resgiared. FIRST. That we commend his lov lng friends to that higher Power, who Alone can give consolation to the be' reaved in their hour of trouble. They have the consciousness that a good Wan and an exemplay citizen has , been taken. SECOND, That in the death of Dr. WTSands this chamber has suffered the I loss of a valued member, who at all I times was willing and ready to take time from his private business and I the It for the benefit of the com| inanity as a whole; who believed in Iklrmnnf. in har iMMuiiMlfHes. am hi r ?om. and realizations In becoming a I creat and thriving city; j ft -THIRD, That a skillful and able . physician has gone to his reward of ft "well done, good and faithful servft ant." That the city as a whole mourn I- the loss of a friend who was ever I ready and willing to answer any call B aflide upon him in the line of his ^professional duty; that many families KarOl miss his kindly ministrations, jsttbout cost to them in their time of J RESOLVED further that a copy of these resolutions he spread upon the H minutes of the Board of Directors of ?%e Fairmont Chamber of Commerce. O. S. McKINNEY. J. "WALTER BARNES. J. M. HARTLEY, - committee. IcROUP MAY B6H0KEY0UR BABY I'- - Doctors are the beat help tor oroupy shfadran, hut what if your physician kan't respond Quickly in the dead of Ut when your baby is strangling 3d gaupipg for breath. HkA* Kttla ITPUW.PTVA -frill flnlelrlV Ktlieve the congestion and send baby rftnto sweet dreams. KREW-PINA atwi'oMtment that la the foe to all Mrtllnw and laflamatlon. Not only BH'jKt baby's croup, bnt splendid sr.' erfojAbcirns.brnlses; relieves bronMtb,\MOdlitis; breaks up. colds In pad chest overnight, and osaally amoves that permanently in two apk5nrfir 1" ?threw-pina sow, i Hftadtew It-whea your baby's 6ib|S3^3Stke. Any druggist can p>2? ^Ml ent lengths 3juu 3 ft to 16 ft, which will Cottar co&l cb?lct. Ajao hije ipuuitlty of II and 16 ranh rail*, all ready for prompt shipment Tri-Sta*e Pipe Co, Phone S2, Bwtidre. OKo. l?-25-10t *63Z NOTICE OP APPLICATION TO HAVE ELI3HA S. MUSGRAVE DECLARED DEAD,. Xo Whom It Kay Concern: Notice is hereby given that application. has bewa made to the CountyCo art of Marion county to declare Elisba S. Mus crave legally dead, and Cor letters of administration on his i The Court OAs rix*d open Nb-remfcer 23d, ISIS, at tan o'cW^c a. *. as the date en which the Court, or the Clerk thereof, -will bw oTidenee concerning the abtsnco of the supposed decedent. Ettsh*. S. Musgrare. from hie last known domicile bi Marion ecanty, West Virginia. Civsn tinder my hand this the 12th day of October, 1J1S. A. G. MARTIN, Clcik of the County Court of Marlon County. West Virginia. M. W. OGDEN, Atty. ??????____t I TRUSTEE'S SALE OF CITY REAL! ESTATE. By virtue of the authority in me ested by a certain deed of trust ere cuted by Elisabeth Bracken and Samuel Bracken, her husband, to the undersigned trustee bearing daw on the 29th day of July 1913 and of record in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Marlon Co*r3ty. V7e?t Virginia, in Trust Deed Book. No. 25 at page 202. to secure the payment of certain obligations therein designated, and defant having been made in the payment thereof, and th.-. unoer'ingned having been notified by the owner and holder c-f the note therein described, to 3cll the property conveyed in } said deed, the undersigned will as such trustee on SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9th. 191S. beginning at Two o'clock p. m. at the i front door of the court house of Mar-! ions county. "West Virginia, sell at pub-' lie auction to the highest responsible' bidder all those two certain lots to- [ gether with the cottage dwelling-house j thereon located, lying and being in J | "Watson Addition to the City of Fair-1 mont, Marion County, West Virginia.! that i3 to say: Lot No. 6 in Block No. 10 'ronth.g, 45 feet on Quarry Avenue and ester d-! ing back 107 feet. Lot No. 7 in Block No 10 front if, 45 feet on Quarry Avenue and extern: ing back 107 feet. Resef-.-g :a? and mining rights. Being the same real estate wh was conveyed to the said Elizabc: Bracken by Hattie B. Lynn and hur band by deed bearing date on tlr 101h day of November. 1911. and ol record in said office in Deed Bool: 1S9 page 18." Terms. Cash in hand on day of sale. Given under my hand this the 12th day of October. 10IS. M. V7. OGDEX Trustee. Home Baked Pies and. Pastries j Boyers Restaurant. Advt.; ; * ? Wfc We Can Make 4 You See As well as conditions wiH-per- ? mit. It may be that we can put > your eyes itno normal shape? maybe not. But we always proj duce the best results that the circumstances will allow. Com.t'ortable vision is the first thing ! to consider .then- acuteness. and these two points always get our ; closest attention. If you are ?not quite right visually, a visit 11 here is desirable. ||ji A. B. SCOTT Optometrist and Optician, With Scott's the Jeweler. ^ ^ ^ ^ J j ^ l ^ ' j ^ | What the . (fl Yesterday] * r The Debi ji The Menfe , 1/ The dollars of yeaterdJ |7 , bring them back; yet they / K, tacts that hundreds can Bli| li A1 coffld just as readily hafe' 111 I ______ rmflmtrn ku jour VyiujJL/iA. In] But what profit can coi r out action on its lessons. /I [ Bank of Fairmont is the /TA dollars at compound inters! It The p3st speaks with a A Proclamation: By ?ne osvanwr. J, Joan J. ConnnS, Governor of the State of Went Virginia. pursuant nS the CenatttoOen end lam of said state, do hereby proclaim, announcing to the voters of the state of West Virginia. that os the Tuesday seat after the first Kea&ay In Kovenber. in the year One Thousand Ifice Hundred and Eighteen, there -will beN submitted for ratification or rejection an amendment to the Constitution of said state as folio vra, to-wit: Proposed Amendment, That Article Six of said Constitution as it sow is he rmynied by adding thereto section ftflfr one. -which proposed amendment is as loUows: "Section fifty-one. The legislature shall sot appropriate any money out of the treasury except in accordance with the following provisions: Sub-Section A. Every appropriation bill shall be cither a budget bill, or a supplementary appropriation bill, as hereinafter mentioned. Sub-Seotion B. First: Within ten days after the convening of the legislature, unless such time shall be extended by the legislature for the session at -which the budget is to be submitted, the vw>r?frt of i?nblie works, which shall con sist of the governor, secretary or state, auditor, tesasurer, attorney rtncral, superintendent of free schools and commlssloaer of agricuituxa. shall submit to the iMdsietcre, two budgets, one for each of the ensuing fiscal years. Each budget sSn.ll contain a complete p'.dh of proposed expenditures and estimated revenues for the particular fiscal year to which it relates; and shall show ths estimated surplus or deficit of revenues at the end of such year. Accompanying each budget shall be a statement showing: (1) the revenues and expendturcs for each of the two fiscal years next preceding; (2) the current assets, liabilities, reserves and surplus or deficit of the state; (M) the debts and fund3 of the state: (4) an estimate of the state's financial condition as of the beginning and end of each of the fiscal years covered ty the two budgets above provided; (5) any explanation the board of publle works may desire to make as to the important features of anv budget and any suggestions as to methods for the reduction or increase of the state's revenue. Second: Each budget shall be divid-1 rd into two parts, and the first part | -' .-II be designated "Governmentali - onriations" and shall embrace an ! -2d estimate of the appropria- i : (1) for the legislature as certi- j ro the board of public works in ' ? manner hereinafter provided: (2) j ' the ereeutive department; (3) fori *e judiciary department, as provided] "fv lew. certified to the governor by j the auditor: (4) to pay and discharge the principal and interest of any debt r " the state of West Virginia bcrein conformity with the can." i"::t"on. and all laws enacted In pursuance tl- reof: (5) for the salaries rnyr.ble hy the state nnder the constitution and laws of the state; (6) ror the aid of public schools In -coniYrmity with the laws of the state: (7) for such other purposes as are re: fcr'.h in the constitution and laws . Qti'e ir. pursuance thereof. Third: The second part shall be ! 'rr'?rts'l "Cer.eral Appropriations." i d-'.nil include all other estimates rnpro. iat'ens. The Esar.-l of Public Works shhll " - ivcr to the presiding officer of each uso the br 'gots and a bill for r' a props r 1 appropriations of tl" 'u'rtets clearly itemised and class: d: and the providing officer of each 1 -rse shall prcrrutly cause said bit , *- - ' " " I ?"*ovn.'n onfl ?nrh Hi* i ! . DC muvuuvw hall bo known as the "Budget B:i! " j he board of public works, may be ! "are final action thereon by the legis- J ' :ture. amend or supplement either of | raid budgets to correct an oversight j r.v in case of an emergency, with the j consent of the legislature by delivering such an amendment or supple ment to the presiding officers of both houses; and such amendment or sup-: plement shall thereby become a part! of said budget bill as an addition to ' the items of said bill or as a modifica-' tion of or a substitute for any item 01 said bill such amendment or supplement may affect. The legislature shall not amend the' budget bill so as to create a deficit bat may amend the hill by increasing I I1] Dollars of ^ ' Record on If] t Side of ? Btl Ledger if] , iy are gone?yon cannot Si w are the ey e-openers to j , > through the fingers and A t. bafe as mazfy rhadredi f Ir me from reflection with- \ jU Here at The National free system for stprin* . t J ujhority-^-tieed K now. 'j [ T j v - ; -.L ''^ *." ..y^-'v-i ' jm Eating to the legislatare. acd by ia*VT?t, ffww? tlwrffln yrfaHny (p the judiciary, bat except as herein hefore specified, may act alter the saia bill except to strike oat or reduce items therein; provided however, that the salary or compensation of any public officer shall not be increased bsais "-V- tftrtn of Af or Ciffiinisaea ou* um v* v?tlcc; and such bill when and as passed by both houses shall be a law . immediately without further action by the governor. Fourth: The governor and such representatives of the boards, officers and commissions of the state expending or applying for state's money as have been designated by the hoard of public works for this purpose, shall have the right, and when requested by either bouse of the legislature it shall be their duty to appear and be heard with respect to any budget hill during the consideration thereof, and to answer inquiries relative thereto. Sub-Section C.?Supplementary Appropriation Bills. Neither house shall consider other appropriations until the budget bill has been finally acted upon by both houses, and no such other appropriations shall be valid except in accord- . ance with the provisions following: (1) Every such appropriation shall be embodied in a separate bill limited to some single work, object or purpose therein stated and called herein a supplementary appropriation hill; (S) Each supplementary appropriation bill shall provide the revenue necessary to pay the appropriation thereby made by a tax, direct or indirect, to be laid and collected a3 shall be directed in said bill unless it appears fro nmuch budget that there is sufficient revenue available; (3) no supplementary appropriation bill shall become a law unless it be passed In each house by a vote of a majority of the members present, and the yeas and nays recorded on Its final passage. Each supplementary appropriation bill shall be presented to the governor of the state as provided In section fourteen o farticle seven of the constitution and thereafter all tlw provisions of said section shall apply. Nothing in this amendment shall he construed as preventing the legislature from passing in time of war an appropriation hill to provide for the payment of any obligation of the state of West Virginia within the protection of section ten Of article one^of the constitution of the United States. Sub-Section D.?General Provisions. First: It the -Budget Bill" shall ret have been finally acted upon by the legislature three days before the expiration of its regular session, the governor may, and it shall be his duty to issue a proclamation extending the session for such further period as may. in' his judgment, be necessary for the passage of such bill: no no other matter than such hill shall be considered during such extended session except a prov'sion for the cost thereof. Second: The board of public works for the purpose of making up Its budgets shall have the power, and it shall | be its duty, to require from thp proper i state officials, including herein all | executive departments, all executive and administrative officers, tureaus, boards, commissions and agencies ex pendin gor supervising the expenditures of, and all Institutions applying V Is Your Mini Running ' i | [ Proper equipment an I mechanical problems has t i a loser into a moriey makei S vrrml/l fnprpasp its dividen money, you dpn-'t have to money, you don't have to money, you ought to be fin Expert electrical advice I problems, and instaDin; Armature Winding a sp Mine Service a [ JOHN BAY 1-11 Fairmont Ave., 'J " ?? . 1 NOW J 1 ONLY ONE ' I* He West ' A'^SL^nic<wO(f iJ!SSr m times as said board shall direct. The estimates for the legislative department. certified by the presiding officer of each boose, of the Judiciary, as provided by brer, certified by the auditor, and for the public schools, as provided by law. shall be transmitted to the board of public worts, in such form and at such time as it shall direct, and shall be included in the budget. The board of public worts may provide for public hearings on all estimates and may require the attendance at such hearings of representatives of all agencies, and all institutions applying for statae moneys. After snch public hearings it may. in its discretion, revise all estimates except those for the legislative and Judieisry departments, and for the public schools as provided by law. Third: The legislature may from time to time enact snch laws, cot inconsistent with this section as may be proper to carry out Us provisions. Fourth: In the event of any Inconsistency between any of the provisions of this section and any of the other provisions of the constitution, except amendments thereto .heretofore made and ratified by the people, the provisions of this section shall prevail. But nothing herein shall be construed as preventing the governor from calling extraordinary sessions of the legislature, as provided by section seven of article seven, or as preventing the legislature at such extraordinary sessions from considering any emergency appropriation or appropriations. If any item of any appropriation bill passed under the provisions of this section shall be held invalid upon any ground, such invalidity shall not affect the legality of the bill or of any other item of such bill or bills." The proposed amendment is designated as "Budget Amendment" and on the official ballot to be voted at said election will be printed the following: BALLOT ON CONSTITUTIONAL BUDGET AMENDMENT. Amending Article Six. For ratification of Bndget Amendment. Against ratification of Budget Amendment. Those favoring the ratification of said amendment will vote "For Ratification of Bndget Amendment;" and those opposing will vote "Against Ratification of Budget Amendment." Given nnder my hand and the Great Sal of the state, at the Capitol, this thirty-first LCJDiUJj uajr Ui WUi/t VJ. vui Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eighteen, and of the state the Fifty-Sixth. By the Governor: JN'O. J. CORNWELL. HOUSTON G. YOUNG. Secretary of State. S-3; 9-14; 10-12-16 Transfer and hauling done promptly and carefully. Call phone 693-J. Thomas Caruso. 221 Meredith Street. (Rear of Court House) "T j ing Expense Foo High d a correct handling of ;urned many a mine from \ Perhaps your property ds if brought up to date, deal. If we do save you 1 " Tl? J. aeaL ox we ao svae you ding it out. ; on all lands of power g electrical equipment. ecialty. ind Supply Co. , Manager, _ Phone 108 r- TIMF S COUPON | *ok of a jg id Songs | Virginian JB ] loot Ever Made ? ENTH OP A'tEMT APffiCE gS. gpt CENTS A WORD LOST AND FOUT.D LOST ? September IS, brown and, white bull dog; bobbed tail and clipped ears. Finder call 415-J. 10-23-4t-4616 | LOST?$20 reward will bo paid for return of pair of field glasses left on seat of Monongahela Train. Oct. 17. Address 124 Fairmont Ave. 10-24-tf 4625 HELP-WANTED^MALE i WANTED?Carpenters. 70c per hour 8-hour day. Time and half for over time. Double time on Sundays. WANTED?Laborers. 40c per hour S-hour day. Time and half for over time. Doubel time Sundays. Apply Fraine Bros. & Haighley, Wheel and Axle Shop, near B. & O. round house. Phone 572-R. 10-4-tf-4537 ILEX WANTED?Mechanical workers. machine operators and general work. Belmlck Foundry Machine Co... Sth street and Belt Line. Fairmont. W. Va S-28-tf-4495 WANTED ? Experienced tobacco strippers. Pay union wages. Apply J. S. Haggerty Co., corner Newton and Diamond Sts. 10-26-tf-4631 GOVERNMENT Civil Service Examinations, Fairmont in September. Government. Clerk. Teacher. Inspectors, Research Clerk. Typewriter. Salary $2.0000. Experience unnecessary. Women desiring government positions ?*?*> ** #/?? nawtlmtleiM * T O ? artn. ard (formerly Civil Service Examiner) 906 Kenvls Bids.. Washington. 3-lS-St-4442 WANTED ? General "auto repair" man. Address "Auto," P. O. Box 308 "city, or phone 4S2. 10-2S.lt-4630 SALESMANSHIP?Big opportunities in South America for salesmen.- office men, mining men, mechanical, in spare time. Recommended by power and transportation officials. Free booklet. International Correspondence Schools. Box 913. Dl. Scranton. Pa. MEN?Age 17 to 55. Experience unnecessary. Travel; make secret investigations. reports. Salaries; expenses. American Foreign Detective Agency. 77S St. Louis. 10-24-lt-4622 AUTOMOBILE?Many openings for garage men or chauffeurs. Big pay; travel; advancement. Expert training necessary. Qualify at heme in spare time. War-time opportunities for women. Send for booklet. International Correspondence ^Schools. Box 913. Dl Scrantcn. Pa. v CONTRACTING ? Carpenters, bricklayers. cement men wanted to learn contracting, building, structural work, architecture. War times demand experts. Good pay. Qualify at home in spare time. Free booklet. International Correspondence Schools, Box 913, Dl. Scranton. Pa ELECTRIClTi"?Electricians wanted everywhere. Big pay. Quick advancement. Learn electric wiring? lighting, telephony, etc., at home in spare time. Indorsed by Edison. Stein1 mota. Free booklet. International Cor! rospondence Schoos, Box 913, Dl, I Soranion. Pa. . ? i ELECTRICITY?Railway men?elCc! tricity i3 fast replacing steam. Get | ready for a btg Job. Prepare at hojpe I electrical enginers. Good pay^japid i advancement. Learn at hqpae in spare' I time. Women fill places^?!. men gone to front. Free, booklet. International Correspondence Schools, Box 913, Dlf Scranton. Pa. ..t .. M | CIVIL SERVICE?U. S. .Government wants ambitious, intelligent men and women for Ct il. Service. Refined. congenial' work. Paid vacation, war | create3 l.OSOO new positions in Wash| iagton alone. Write for boolclet. international Ccrespondence Schools, | Box 913. D1 Scranton. Pa. j ADVTRT1SING?Ad Writers and Managers wanted?profitable, dignified work. Prepare at home in spare time. Indorsed and recommended by huaj dreds o'f sucesaful students. War-time | demand for women and writers. Free | boofcet. International Corespondence j Schools. Box 913. D1 Scranton, Pa. STENOGRAPHY?Stenographers wanted. Men and women. Experts earn big money. Congenial work?rapid advancement. Many oportnnities in ' Government service. Prepare at borne in spare time. Free booklet. International Correspondence Schools, Box 913. Dl. Scranton. Pa. BOOMS TO BENT > i mil >_> ii ii "i ~i ~ i ~ ~i ~? ~n ?"i i in FOR RENT?Furnished rooms. 622 Benpni Ave. 10:14-tf-4574 FORK RENT?Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 324 Jefferson St. 10-19-tf?4601 FOR RENT ? "One large furnished room suitable for man and wife or two girls. Inquire 305 East Park avenue. l(p25-3t-4627 - jflg- I JMPfc ' |SA | ' , i?J| i ... Ghieage mcran The National War Savings ( Ionization has issued the follow! Chicago Merchant: The war for as Jndlvidt j to get along Is to work aid i [ normal times, how nmclrxaoi the present. Saving by evw K winning of this war as is tl than that, the moblliztng at i military step Is not 'acoomps sense saving of the nation. invmn? W| yikmoBt Tn wmmrnmmmmmm - ** ' ?. ' --V i ' * . "4 t*? i _ _"V'- ^" ** > r? ' r. .."s- yi; - ^ j 11 ? ' Wi:"*.. :"- K<y 9" i .-* "' J'T-- -_ ? ttftfH 1MTH oroiftj HELP WAHIEB n9UUE XvXNTm=cS5Z5$r^5T55T? 1 of older fWWwa. Plain seweeSySfl Phono 170. t-?a4grr?MW| WANTED?Girl to do general hoooe* . 1 work. Inquire 232 Ibh St. WANTED ? Girl for general hu?" work. Apply South Side nuMao<.c!gj WANTED?Two glria tar huuoowuiflti^ min irirrnrTi trriTir it mum mmul." pltai. Wages $22 per ^nr^tK hoardi^ room and washing, (fall SOS. ; " ~ .j general house pefr week. steady work; no canvassing!' Sendee- " ply envelope for prices paid. Uatrmr-p: ? sal Co. Peak 2. Philadelphia. Pa. ' ."ft ioe boxes, one large, one Ad- :i dress Box 4547 West Yteghdm^ PACKARD US*P TRU?KB?NeartyAft^|l country has been taken over by government. Unless yon own n good ; standard truck yon will have difflcul- -,v :l ty in getting parts. We can otter yon the following standard equipment; one year old. In first class condition. These : can be sold on terms. Two 6-ton Oarfords with Hydraulic hoist and damp. Used Truck Department. Packard Mo-* " " tor Company of Pittsburgh, 4709 Baum Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Fa. Both-': ^-SM phones. 10-Xl-6t-4Wdf-;.'^ quire 613 Delaware St. gremillootFOR SALE?Large furnished.^roowl1-. 'a|I| FOR SALE?Cots and camp equtp->-* meat. Flood sad Van Wert CcCi/- ' P. O. Box 96, Fairmont: phone 1041-R. ^ 10-24=5?r?46*d ! ^||| WANTED?BotM and room, private fatally preferred. Addreaa Bode - *35 4592. care West Virginian. gMnff 1 WANTED ? Two or tkree furnished rooms, centrally located, for Ugbt "'-^M housekeeping. Four In family. Gall E. S. Hartline, Watson Hot^^after light honsekeeplng by man and wife . ~ with two children. Address Box 4614 care West Virginian. 10-234>tAgId' WANTED ? Sitnation by <snnpBten?^ Available after Not. 1st. Address Box 4628 care West Virginian. FAJtMB FOfcSAIX FOP Sirp??n ,m.' V?TTn house. 1 rooms, good cellar. largo barn with sflo and straw shed, hprao barn, other necessary Some timber and tm land. Itntahtwgi.>> pike this season. Six miles town ot 25.000 papulation. T-nrv" one-ball cash, balance secured by mortgage. Price ?5700. X harsaio^ bargains.^write^tor^largo hpt. BP.3EL J iy1TWMH^? -ilatk mf DWg' _ 1 " . Window Glass and Windshield* ( Phono 477 W. 802Gaston Aw I I 11 IIP vwwwwwowwwwWufi^ Repairing apd rebuOdlBg mm- f tomobUe radiators a specialty: *. Old Radiators BaoaW* Hebcf ,|\ I and laid! Practical Tinner and Midl^ Metal Worker. <28 Monrce dfc ?' ?? rwwwMWMWiwatwwwWiMl MMneCSneneQnMm#dM#Mn |MMK TMlMNI 286 I & 1 >. _ ^w tomotttm Section an National Os? J us stsfsaisnt by Julias Sotandli | inl. for s business, tor a nation ?.l ave. it savins Is Mcsanix In necessary Is ft ins tins like Tone Is as tapsnttss for the ' * le mobilizing of mil?, now innles is entirely futile ft tUr ; nled by the rlsoroos, common'? | th Us Today. a&?|