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tbe picture on all Door tfdes.
acennttfy^Wlien completed turn i?7W
I end' you'll "find a ?urprtslnj leault
olotidv: temoer
ature. maximum, I
52; minimum. 4S;
pvoctpilatfoii. .18. River 21.2 feet rlsK'
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t . THoose Home?Loyal Order of Moose
^SOSct FoDo-wm' Hell?Palatine Lodge. I
P': ,-SMpner BnOd tag?Lady Links
i^SSOTicrd" Hall?Woman's.Benefit AsE^^-scalctlan,
Maccabeas '
Ig^Captcn Avenue?Piano recital by pa|^g^pll3
of Jdtas-Iva Gintel at her heme
R&rESthJt M E church?Cocferenco inci'l-~.
t" rbt to missionary centenary at 7.30
P|fcr:--'T i'iaton Honored?At a meeting of
P^N- r . - id licly Hoyal Arch Chaster of j
Bk;/:V. .. Vnrstaia at Wheeling yesterday |
SJ. Boydston, dentist, of this
s. elected grand scribe.
Amendment Arrests?Deputy
.r.ib.Tl Join C. McKinney went,
lislrurg yesterday evening to ;
Hess and Art Waldo, chare- I
violation of tiie Reed amend- t
d'otfc will be held for action of
si Prisoners Moved?Deputy t
jhal John-I>. ZConve removed !
elicit, charged with violation f
,/ttZ/c slavery act. from liar- |
it. ty. juv.es Birch tree in- j
X the November court and is j
ng removed to Parkersburg!
l._. Arch Hartley was also re- I
lorm the Taylor county jail at I
, charged with robbing an in- j
shipment of enpress. Beck .
s, bootlegger, waa also remov- j
o Williams, charged with vio- j
rf the Koed amendment. was j
loved to the Wood county jail i
ir trial at Parkersburg.
nistrators Vnmed?The fol- i
administrators have been ap- I
: Bollie Mcadell. of the estate j
ies Mundcll, bond $25; L. C.
re, of the estate of Robert C.
ond $500; Birch Lee Butcher,
state of Bernard L. Butcher.
John B. Rose, of the estate of
lose. $1,500.
lilted Guardian?E. B. Carhas
been appointed guardian
ELieroy Wetzel, fovr years.
German Wetzel, bond of
at PSMkersbnrg?Deputy
E. Joyce and J. D. Moore
lay for Parkersburg to atpecial
term of the United
t for the northern district
rglnia -which opened there
XDs TJnlncky Number?
individual -was discovered
bringing in -whiskey when
e visited. His name was
r* fuoanes ouzuu sua ne was uuuna iui
I Clarksburg. He carried 13 pints of
C -whisker in a bag and intended taking
the ear from Fairomnt to his home.
SE?JHe now awaits trial in jaJL Simm
sa^s he got his whiskey at ilftllalre.
Deeds Rle^ior Record?The following
deeds are fled for record at
I'^Cbe county clerk's office: W. H. Efaw
I and others to B. V. Efaw, two tracts
I; of land in Manning!on. 3900: Solo|
xaon Efaw to B. F. Efaw and others,
-Mannlngtoin, value received;
Electic Lodge to Willie Downs, cemB
etery lot in Earmington, 325; C. Apj.fireen
and wife to Monongahela Valg
ley Traction company. light of way
w fpr tour-inch gas pipe line in Uan|
nlngton; Blanche M. Martin to John
B?Xaaero and wife, land in Lincoln dlsI
* .a isA, m ir ..A
fSUVy v* ? oiicaic aau wiits iu
I W '
r Flidurd Dons State?J. 6. PrichKkd,
fteretey ot the West Virginia
I Hnntihgton yesterday. "where he ata
meeting of the executive
I eon ittee of the association called to
KNctafalder plana fo rthe annual convenI
tion to be hdd at Huntington Jinn^pj^
sad 17. A luncheon -was held
a secretary of the organization, was
I^mertiag wifl^ be^ called at
week of prayer for a^inte^nari^wffl
be held .
I week in theee services - 1
-5 -> i ;
PcrtofHeo Getf One Bade-Ralph
Wstttns"haa retained to his datlea at ,
the local postoffice from aviation ser- '
ice at Task Field, Memphis, Term *
W S S Sales Good?The warsavings *
stamp sale for November has teen exc
optionally good, amonittisg to *25.-3
217.18. After January 1st a sew lssae
of ttese stamps will he made, cbang- 4
Ing the color, tat in no otter tray ,
changfng the stamp In the last eleven j
moats *515,200.78 worth of war saw- ,
ings stamps have been sold. , *
Rural Carriers III?Three rural car- J
rlers are stai on the sick list Miss t
Ethel Rogers. T 0 Fast, Allen Vincent. s
B D Herron and Virgil Harr are still
nnatle to resume their duties at the nostofflce
Quick Work on Soldiers' Mail?The ^
local postoffice reports this morning c
that rumor has gotten about that the z
postoffice is holding up soldiers' mail j
Soldiers' mail is given, first preference, b
.and parties are even called on phone,
when they can be reached that way .
soonest A? especially large mall of
this sort was received last evening, '
bat this morning has all been delivered
-Hunters" Licenses?Hunters' licenses
are growing scarce- The following
were issued this morning: C. E. Cart- t
right, Mannlngton; Leonard R. Heath, F
Fairmont. t
Explosive Licenses ? Explosive 11- ?
censes have been issued as follows: '
C. L. Freeman, Fairmont; John Kis- 1
ner and Brothers, Fairmont; C. L.! r
Rcwancl, Scottdale; G. W. Robinson. *
Fairview; G. S. Bosaet, Fairview.
Goose Ward Back?H. N. Ward, former
principal of Rivesville and Fair- 1
view High schools, is visiting In the *
city today, reoently discharged from j .
military duty. Mr. Ward was at Camp j V.
Lee for six months and from there i
went to the officers' training school at %
Camp Taylor. Kentucky. a
Confessed to Yost law Charge? a
Josie Boxdale and T. J Grisham, ar- c
rested a couple of days ago charged c
with bringing in a number of pints of V
whiskey hidden in thehr clothing, ap- e
poarcd before Justice Conaway yesterday
afternoon an dconfessed. Both c
received the U6ual punishment?60 c
?e ?r.?i <mr.n fina
uuja 1U JUll ULiu H>*vw A4UW.
Hurry Xmas Mail?The pOBtoff?CP' J
asks that Fairmonters please hungup
their Christmas packages. So far
the nails have not been at all crowded.
very' few extra packages coming: in.
The usual rush act! delay about the
holidays can be avoided it such pack- j 'j
ages are mailed immediately. Every I 1:
year there arc presents being deliver-!
od a number ot days after Christmas J
because not mailed in titae for the sea- ?
son's holiday. .' 3j
Warrants for Boys?Warrants have ! 1
been issued for the arrest o? John ! ?
Leonard. Earie Arnott and John El* j
cer Smith tor assaulting Engie Hart- i
Miss ilcKinney attended to the mat-: "
tcr cn rrx.u ;t as these boys are con- it:,
sidercd unusually wild, the ArncttVi
boy hitving b -en gent to jail soma ' u
time ago lor carrying a gun. When ! a
released ce promised to go so scnooi j
and behave. The boys are frcn 17 to '
19 years of ags and have been fright-1
cning smaller boys and generally , r;
causing disturbance. 1
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School Attendance Batter?Attend-! "!
ance la the city schools has increa'sed : '
visibly during the past few days and ! .
there is now practically a ninety per **
cent, attendance which is near the
normal stage for this time of the year.
But one teacher In the local schools
has been a victim of the influenaa and
percentage of influenza cases among
the pupils has been small. J
Section to Meet?The monthly meet-;
ing oi the session of the Presbyterian j '
chnrch will be held this evenicg lm- j ?
mediately following the mid-wcoK!.
prayer service. I ^
Miscionary Meeting?The Executive j a
committee or the Grafton Presbyteriai
of women's missionary societies will
meet Thursday afternoon In the Presbyterlan
church in this city, ilepre- ?
sentatives will attend, the meeting ^
from Grafton. Clarksburg. Morgan- .
town. Buckhannou, Mannington and i
Terra Alta. Business of a routine na- ?
ture trill be discussed. c
Fred Jamison All Right?A letter received
today from Fred Jamison, son
of Dr and Mrs Jesse A Jamison, writ- *t
ten on November 14. three days after t<
the signing of the armistice, brought b
the news that young Jamison was well 0
and happy over the cessation of hostilities,
and hoped to be among the
first over seas troops to arrive back
in the good old USA d
Married ip Oakland?jHerschel Con- b
away, son. of Nathan Conaway, of
Pennsylvania avenue, and Miss Addie
Hill, of Clarksburg, were united in
marriage on Monday In Oakland, Md 0
They have returned here to- reside o
Mr Conaway Is employed with the ?
Jones Undertaking company in this ti
city ri
tftoHUOfcb-UNG ( ?3*
Trftfis Sochi to 0om61
Captain John 0"Befrne, of the Salrs-i
Ion Army, stated-today that he wooM I
leU Christmas trees at prices renting |
rom SO cents to S3 each, in front of
he court house, starting early next
reek Captain CBdrne expects his
apply of trees to reach Fairmont by
he cICse of this week or the beginling
of next week
The scale of prices are as follows:
Co JU 10 to 13 feet. $3; No 2, 6 to 7
et, n 35; No 3, 4 to S feet, 90 cents;
to 5, 2 to 3 feet, SO cents. An extra
barge of 23 cents win be made for
telivery. the actual cost of local deIvery
hire, bnt Captain O'Beirne asks
11 parchasers to see to It themselves
.s to the delivery of trees
The money secured will be to Provide
a fund to purchase Christmas
raskets and "goodies' for-the poor .of
he city The Salvation Army and The
limes Christmas fund are working in
ooperation in that Miss Nola McKlnley
and Captain O'Belme compare
ists so that there ?s no overlapping
a the work
* *
rhis Year's Crops
Worth 12 Billions
(By Associated Pressl
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11.?Final esimates
of production of the country's
irinclpal crops, announced today by
he Department of Agriculture placed
he corn crop at 2382,814,000 bushels
ind the wheat crop at 917,100,000
lushels. The' total value of the nalon's
principal crop this year is estinated
at $12,272,412,000 compared
rith $11,658,032,000 last rear basing
heir value on tiie prices paid to pro- I
ucere December 1.
'nterurbaa Gars Stop ?
m South Side Bridge
Following a number of inquiries the
lonongahela Valley Traction company
nnounces that the Clarksburg tralley
ars step only on the Cleveland aveue
side of the South Side bridge,
tearing the street, however. The I
ompany will probably place a sign
a that effect for the benefit of
The "Watson and East Park trolley
ars stop at the switch at Adams
trcet and Cleveland avenue.
Prench Commission
Arrives in Berlin
< By Assoclaed Press)
PAIilo, Dec. 11.?A French comlissicu
has arrived at Berlin to reguitte
the return of French relief prisac:s
from Germany. The commis:on
drtso will investigate the recent
hair in the prison camp at Langenr.lsc,
i ressinii Snnony, in which n.~e ;
reni.ii pr.soacrs were shot dead by ]
ie Germans and IS wounded seriusly.
i'ne killing of French prisoners at
.aLsgonsalza was reported by the
punish ambassador at Beilui. A
;spaich from Paris Sunday declared
ie French government would de1a.
1 reparation for this and other
cts of similar nature.
A. W Calloway, director of bitumi- j
cus distribution of the United States !
uel Administration, Washington. D. j
.. will visit the district representa- j
vc's cfflca of the administration in
lis cicv on Saturday.
Mr. italic way because of his poslon
was ia active touch with Kairtontcrs
for almost a year and is
."era personally by many of them.
PARIS. Dec. 11?(Havas)?Marlal
Foch has refused the request of ;
le German armistice delegates that j
ley be permitted to communicate:
ith the provinces west of the Rhine
ow being occupied by the Allies,
he commander in chief declared that
was necesary to maintain the blockde
of Germany as provided by the
NEW YORK. Dec. 11.?Six transorts
brought home to the United
rates today S.S40 more of the troops
f the American expeditionary force.
.11 these men will go to camps before
eing demobilized. The returning
essels brought also several hundred
ivilians from the war zones.
"WASHINGTON. Dec. 11.?Huston
'hompson. of Colorado, assistant atorney
general .was nominated today
y President Wilson to be a member
f the Federal trade commission.
Frank B Pryor. manager of the gas
epartment of The Monongahela Valiy
Traction company, went to Pittsargh
last evening
Today Attorneys Tusca Morris and
L E. Swartz, of the legal department
f the Monongahela Valley Tractjpn
ompany. returned from a business
"ip to Parkersburg, W. Va., and Ma
letta, o.
Basketball Game SaturdayNight
Will Be Inter,
The W. V. T.-Faicmont T. M. C. A.
game originally scheduled for Friday,
has been changed to Saturday. This
was brought about on account of Captain
Stlllman. He will muster the S.
A. T. C. out on Friday, which would
make it impossible for university
team to arrive here on the noon train.
But Cap!- Stillman has given permission
for the game to be played Saturday.
The following list of players who
will make the trip was forwarded yesterday:
Latterner, forward; Fisher,
forward; Kiger, center; Dawson,
Parker, Martin and Hill, guards.
The "Y" men held another strenuous
practice last night with Jimmle
Knight showing np in old season form
making baskets from every angle of
the tloor. "Bud" Wilson is also rapidly
rounding into shape playing the
floor in a very line manner.
The Y. M. C. A. will be without
the services of Physical Director
Rongh, he having resigned his position
with the association . He left yesterday
afternoon for Pittsburgh.
The game Saturday night will start
promptly at S:30 and jl large crowd is
assured- The admission will be 25c
and 35c.
A light signal practice will be held
Friday night for to further perfect the
plaj s before the big game.
Starting to Pack
the Draft Reeords
Records at the city draft board officfe
are In process of losing said
Captain Kemble White thlS afternoon
The work of packing tho records has
been begun
There are between 45 and 50 delinquents
about the city, and they are
advised to send in their questionnaires
at onCo to avoid themselves
3ome trouble These delinquents cover
both the older questionnaires and the
registrants who were 18 years old on
September 12 lsst
The city draft beard desires to give
friendly warning to delinquents because
after the records pass out of
their bands it is a matter of dealing
with the United States department of
justice and not the locai draft hoard
Several more days will be allowed delinquents
to get r.sy
? ?
Clarksburg A. P. Man
Dies of "Flu" Attack
J. R. Funk, the Associate! Pr?.:.s
operator on the Clarksburg Telegram,
died last evening at bis home in
Clarksburg of pneumonia following an
attack of "flu." He was a native of
Preston.county, but bad lived in Fairmont
for many years. He was for a
time the Associated Pres3^>perator at
The Times, this city.
He was formerly an operator of the
Western Union office, this city, and at
various times was connected with the
clerical forces of the Consolidation
Coal and Jamison Coal and Coke company
offices, this city. He was twenty-nine
years old, and fell a victim of
the "flu" after attending his wife, who
became afflicted with it. His wile and
three children survive.
VVC17 VOVW Tl?w 11 SVmr davs
over due because of heavy weather
the U. S. transport Calamares carrying
14 officers and 1,472 men, all
navy personnel, reached quarantine
here early today. Another transport
also arrived here today.
AMSTERDAM, Dec. 11.?Discussion
over the prolongation of the armistice
between the Allies and Germany -will
begin at Treves, December 12. according
to the North German Gazette.
All shipping on the Rhine now is under
control of an inter-allied commission.
JUlALf&Ci owiiami, lucaud),
11.?Col. Winston Spencer Churchill,
minister of monitions, speaking here
today, emphasized the impossibility of
coercing Ulster in the matter ol home
rule for Ireland, and said that the present
government is anxious that the
problem be solved as soon as possible.
Steel Control Ends With Year.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11.?Government
supervision over the stel industry
and steel price fixing will end December
31. the War industries board
announced today after a confernece
with spokesmen of the industry.
The Isle of Pines promises to become
an important producer of iron,
copper and other ores, as 11 mines
have been located
rran5 mp HAS A PTNT
rltf. tEEClOES- PYA 1IL
sS?irt,'Site SAII> SHE
dt> \00 WVZ. TfW NICEST (_
DV W 0Ofe. BLOCK ta|ijH
MADCYA WMoW 'Bout jtljljl Will
?o THAT, HUH! /H| |[ [ |
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B - i
II - TT Txn.'ii &
Glenn E Satterfield
Glens Edwin Satterfield, aged
years and 19 days, son of Mr ant
Mrs Harry Satterfield, died yesterda;
at the borne of his parents in thi
city from pneumonia, following a Ion;
Illness from typhoid fewer The bod;
will be taken to Colfax for interment
Flora Fanti
Flora Fanti. aged 5 years and 11
months, little daughter of Mr and Mrs
Tony Fanti, and a grand daughter o:
Tony Yanero, died last night at th?
home of her parents, on Bohinsor
street, from influenza She was s
bright, attractive little girl, and he:
death h^s caused deep sorrow in hei
home Her mother was formerly Mis:
Lizzie Yanero The child's grand
iainer is prvpricu^i ui uc juuh.
at the corner of Madison and Quincy
streets Two other children survive
Funeral arrangements are id charge
of Undertaker Jones, bat hare noi
been completed
Miss Geneva Curry.
Mrs. Genera Carry, wife ot D. J
Cnrry, died this morning at ll:3C
o'clock at-her home at 907 Hawthorne
street. She had been ill for a long
time from a complication of disease:
and in the last several days had been
in a critical condition. The deceased
is survived by her husband and several
children, namely. W. S. Carry, ol
Washington. D. C.; Miss Virginia Curry,
a teacher in the public schools at
Mannington; Mrs. Jane Conkle, of this
city, and Miss Katherine Cnrry, ol
Washington, D. C.
The deceased was united in marriage
with Mr. Curry 53 years ago and
her death is the first to occur in the
family. Mrs. Curry was well known
throughout the city where she had resided
for many years.
Funeral arrangements have not been
announced awaiting the arrival of her
son and daughter from Washington.
; The arrangements are in charge of L'nj
dertaker Musgrave and Son.
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(Continued from Page One-.)
i all be brought about by the generous
) people of the county.
i ?
And right along that line the following
letter fron^ Colonel William
Evans in command of the district of
the Salvation Army to which Fair
* ? ? -In CI'Dolt-no
iuiuut uciuuga, IV vayvaua.
commander in this city, is not without
! My dear Captain: ?Referring to our
conversation yesterday in reference
i to a Salvation Army Soldiers" and
I Sailors' Memorial in Fairmont, 1 think
J that no more fitting memorial could
j be erected in your city than a building
such as is contemplated in other cit[
las that would provide for the many
needs of the returning soldiers and at
the same time be a useful institution
for the city generally. "This building
in the first place should be well located.
easy of access for any soldier bays
or others who would want to take advantage
of it. Its basement should
have in it recreation rooms and it
sufficient money is forthcoming a
swimming pool. He should have a
place where he can check his dress
suit case, satchel, etc. There should
he an auditorium on the second floor
where meetings of a religious, social
and educational character may be conducted
and that can be used for anything
that would tend to elevate the
' soldiers and keep them and others
. rom the saloons and places of vice.
In addition there should be re&dingi;.;oms,
library,- free medical; and on
the second floor there should be emer
jyoncy rooms ror stranaea xamiues ana
other rooms separate ana distinct, for
soldiers and others -which -would be
furnished them at a nominal cost. In
short the building should be made to
suit the needs of the soldiers and others
that are not identified with the
churches, and it should ne known as
the Salvation Army Soldiers' and Sailors'
God bless you.
Sincerely yours.
WM. EVAN'S.' Colonel.
National League
Wants Conference
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK. Dec. 11.?The Na
tional baseball league -went on record
here today favoring a joint conference
with the American league to discuss
problems which confront the
game with the return to peace conditions.
A telegram to this effect was
sent to each of the American league
owners and to President Ban Johnson.
Only two presidents o fthe United
States have borne other than British
surnames These were both Dutch?
Van Bnren and Roosevelt
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(Costhraed frontpage One.)
J It appears to be more serious than II
was at the time of the firs tepidemie
- D. B. Williams, local represents.
tiTe of the United States Railroad ad*
ministration, states that the "flu" a1
^ Connellsville is very much better,
f Railroading conditions on the B. & O.
Z railroad hare lmporved because ol
' the breaking up of the epidemic.
Scott Was Here.
J .M. Scott. Wheeling, general suL
perintendent of the West Virginia di;
vision, arrived in Fairomnt last evenr
ing. He will meet the Federal rail>
road administration officials In Fair[
omnt today.
1 Production Division.
Production Manager Brooks Fleming,
Jr.. vras at his des* today after
1 having been away almost a month
' because of illness. Mr F.leming re
r centiy reiurnea 10 ia? wt> nvm ^cn
' York city, where he underwent a
; dental operation. His many friends
; are glad to see him about again.
Assistant Production Manager
Franklin K. Day is out in the region
Production Inspector George H.
-Richardson is on the M. & K. railroad
1 today, visiting Cascade and other
' towns.
'; Coal Club Soon.
; l With Brooks Fleming. Jr.. presi1
dent of the Coal club, back in the city,
1 it is believed that activities in that
; popular organization will soon be on.
Mr. Fleming said today that it was
' probable that the elub would hold its
next meting at The Fairmont next
; Wednesday, but this is not definite as
to the day.
.Many Firms Report.
Approximately seventy per cent of
the owners and operators of power
niants of the state have repi:*J to the
: questionnaires which R. E. Rlght'
mire", administrative enginer of the
State Fuel administration ot "West
Virginia, has sent out. The majority
have sent in questionnaires and those
who have not have replied stating
why they did not apply to them or
giving information 0:1 the matters
therein. The past few days have beenj
fruitful in receiving questionnaires.
The effort will be made to secure all
of the question. Ires by December 15
or sooner if possible. It is estimated
that from 5 to 10 per cent bas been
saved in the use of fuel because of
the conservation plans,
j Yesterday's Report.
The final daily report of ">c Northern
West Virginia Coal Operators'
association was received late yesterday.
It was as follows: Mines reporting,
172: mines down. 3; men
idle, 722; lost production. 7,275 tons.
United Mine Worker*
C ? Kenney. president of District 17,
and Sam Ballantyne. an international
organizer, returned last evening from
Cumberland. Md They were In conference
there with officials of District
16. United Mine Workers, in regard
to strikes at Elkins After the
conference in Fnirmont orf December
17, it will be definitely decided whethl
er or not Elkins and that section of
il the state will be transferred to District
17. United Mine Workers, or remain
part of district President Keen??
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oy IdUIliVa LU V/UUI. 1W?7WU
Anthrrxtite coal operators received
a most welcome bit of nwes when they
loamci that all enlisted mine workers
vruld be honorably discharged at
once. The return of absent mine workers.
thousands of whom are still on
sick leave would also work to speed
np shipments. There is a dearth of
Iaor among all the producing companies,
although the increased wages
and prospect for continued fall employment
have brought many mine
workers back to the region from wartime
jobs. At present there are 34.000
mine workers short In the region. The
larger number of these men were
drawn away by the draft and other
canses. It is figured by the War denwocont
nrrinr> will
pal liU'JUL Ulttb iM> J/4VWVMW w??.?. - .
release about 7.500 mine workers. If j
all of them go back to their old jobs
which are now awaiting them at higher
wages than ever before?it is estiMARION
124 Jackson Street.
All kinds of hauling, promptly,
carefully and reasonably done.
Phone 1267.
Keep the Hom<
We have a complete
priate for every room in
:! A beautiful line of framed Pit
I Frames. Also paint for every pux
A. M. 1
1 Professional Bldg".
( YASow? >
o ^
M5# under the 1918-18 coal
stent. in saUstylus ?leuiauitos>at'
fuel administrators, maoy of vmH
hare be?a in conference with the con?*1
mittee. seeking more coal for^nnd^H
communities is their respective statM^^H
According to morning metropoHjSM
newspaper? Dr. Garfield, fetersl -aH
administrator, probably will go mjffiJB
peace conference in France beojMMfl
or matters invoicing fuel proMeamSSH
J. Walter Barnes, state
istrator. probably will not ajpDpMjH
chairman of the Ohio coantytalifwMl^l^H
mittee before January l. b?M{thk 1
incumbent. Charles M. Ketchen?. *fll
not leave wheeling: for F?U '
Mass., until that date. ?-JM
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VTK !CX A Vnw?<?asr T^W~ fl m#1'-' -
Czeraln. the former Attstro Baa- 1
garlon foreign rafsister. iTTiii il?iWl -
today his efforts and those of the I
Austrian government to end tke . 1
war, and outlined -what la- his 'eatimation
were the problems to .be
settled before peace can be. made
secure. He expressed faope-fOr
agreement among the nations Jtnk ^
disam. Count Czernin declared g
Brest-Litovsk peace treaty was.
] work of the German military lead^r^j
t -f '
Christmas trees, glass and aflnr |
balls, and roping decorations at Geo. -
A. Walters. 217 Madison street-?Adr.
1vibute paid by j
druggist ream J
of mmm|
Well Known ZanesviDe 'Boy*
Names Nerv-Worth as I
His Very Best Seller. HI
W. A. Ream is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. C. Ream, of Mapla avenue. igS
this city. He is a leading druggist at
Morgan town. W. Va_? -where Us opin- M
ion as to medicine values has great J
weight. This is bis opinion of NerrWorth,
given after years of expert* *eG|
ence as a dealer la the preparation:
Morgantown, W. Va.. Dec. 2. 191S. I
Kerr-Worth Co., ZanesviUe, Ohio. . - I
Gentlemen: So great is the latlwfho
tion I have derived from selling Kerr* - Jfl
Worth during the past three years
that I am moved to state the facts I
for publication, if you deem thexcf i
worthy of it. so that the largest pos- J
sible number of sufferers from His of /jj
nervous origin nay get the benefits. Jlfl
In the time named I have sold in Mor-^^^H
gantown and vicinity thousands of boi-^4|
ties of KervWorth. In every instance- j J
the first or trial bottle -was guaranteed '~;M
?satisfaction or "Your dollar back.- ?
as your ads all say. A very, very
small proportion out of the total nam- I
bcr of buyers has asked for the dollar. 1
Nearly all of them have brought or
sent their aonar or uouars is tor more m
'Sen-Worth. My sales of the tonic.
have been far in excess of the sales fW. 1
of any proprietary preparation since V".]
my Xerv-Worth sales first began-. Jt 'm
: has been a genuine pleasure to sell
Nerv-Worth Hundreds of customers
have volunteered to tell me in grateful ?
words of the blessings they had se
cured from it. Amazing Nerv-Worth I
results in serious cases have come tax
der my personal knowledge Your M
statement that Nerv-Worth' overcomes V
nervousness, sleeplessness, dizziness,
headache, indigestion (including lutes- .
tinal indigestion), loss of appetite and . jr:a
that It bnflds up run-down systems & . I
fullly justified in the light of my ex- A
perience; and in this fact I find warrant
for constantly recommending
Nerv-Worth to customers. As I give
endorsements only ' to things which r
have real merit my patrons know what
it means when I tell them to take
Nerv-Worth. Yours very truly. I
Every Fairmont druggist sells Nerv- A
Worth. Your dollar hack if this fia- /
' mous tonic does not benefit you. ajrl
s Walls Smiling I
line of Wall Paper approthe
ttures, Swinging stand Photo
pose; artists supplies, and Floor
Cleveland Ave.
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