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r[ FINANCE, oj I New York | KXW YORK, April 29.?A note of caution paraded yesterday** stock market, but (be sbssncs of trash complications In the foreign situation and pgbllcatioB of the rerlsed league of aatiooa covenant furnished the lacenths lor another broad movement, encompassing many substantial gains. Trading during the morning was In keeping with the feverish nativity of the past fortnight, but tapered off at midday, onl yto resume Ms rapid pace la the final hour, when oils and other g.?ie^e .---.a e? hut... laeale uivynwi wwiu w ui?uw The market'* conn* was mainly I guided, however, by oil* and socalled oil rails. Conspicuous In the first) named division were Royal Dutch Is-i . anee at net gains of 7% points, Texas I | oompany. 9ft and Sinclair, 3%, while j Mexican Petroleum rallied over 6 'points from Its heavy opening. Minor rails were prominent, but Called to retain more than part of their 1 to t^point rise and Investment rails reacted moderately, but shippings, American International excepted, reflected a revival of interest. 1 Pittsburgh I PITTSBURGH, April 29?Westingboose Airbrake, one of the old time investment ravontee ill me im.ni uuuke? was la don and yestard ay at advanc tag prices. It opened at 104 and quick iy roe* to 109 on very light buying. Along with Airlbrake, Westinghouse Siaotrlu also received favorable attention and vu taken readily around 51* which was 1% higher than the close oa Saturday. Ohio Fuel Supply made a new high at 49% on what looked like 'Confident buying. Oklahoma N'atural Gas shares were active and closed %* higher fur the day. Both of the local r clay stocks were weaker. Fireprooflog preferred lost ft al 16 and Sewer Pipe showing an equal decline. There was little trading in the giasa group, s few ah ares of window glass preferred selling at 100 >4, again of % and Machine common getting little attention on small lots at 85 and 85V4. Summary, Sales High Low 10 A W Glass pfd. ...100ft 100ft 55 A W G Mach 85ft 85 36 Do pfd.' 82 22 100 Baldwin lx>co 93 93 100 Consolidated loo .. 6% 6% 100 Do irfd 26% 26% 100 Fireproof pfd 17 16 160 LoBelle Iron 99 99 80 Lone Star Gas ...267 267 370 Mfra. L A H 53% 53 140 Ohio FFuel Oil ... 23% 23 1655 OMo Fuel Supply 36% 36 8270 Oklahoma Gas ... 36% 36 25 Psh Brewing 5% 6% 10052 P-J Copper 22 .20 330 Pfh. Oil & Gaa .. 13 12% 100 Rlv. Eastern Oil .. 1% 1% L 1600 San Toy 07 07 407 Sewer Pipe 23% 22% 10 U. N. Gas Corp. ..134 134 60 U. S. Glass 32% 32% 446 West Airbrake ...109 104 '847 West Electric .... 61 60% . 189381 Bonds. #160 Liberty Loan 3%s . .98.40 98.40 60 Do second 4s ...93.04 93.04 100 Do second 4%s 93.44 93.44 1850 Do third 4%b 94.90 94.82 3900 Do 4th 4%a 93.90 93.16 t Oil and Gas. Light pumpers and gassers are the late offering In the West Virginia l-W fields. At the headwaters of Laurel Fork, Grant district, Ritchie county, Pope Brothers have completed No. 6 on the Hlbbs farm. It is showing for a 15-barrel pumper in the Berea grit. The well is producing a lot of salt water and expected to increase its oil production as the salt water diminishes. In Lafayette district, Pleasants county, the Walnut Run Oil company has completed No. 6 on the F. M. ? Lamp farm. It is dry In the Keener and all upper sands. On 'Barnes run. Spencer district. Roane county, the Cayter Oil company has completed a test on the Alphous heirs' farm. It Is a gasser in the Berea grit, estimated | . . Fresh Fruit / ? Pesfterts-2^, Jiffy-Jell dessert*, r!tif tad fcultr, cost bj|tf 3 Compar&Jiffy-Tell with B> w ih? ola-atyfy quick eelaK> ' ' tin? dess?raNv You will IP * find ft fire tubes better, [) fit it coats no more. "AQZUons now ?\joy it Market pricey^?f>t^Wty Bonds. OffiiC Hays M^ing. LAND GAS II I i to bo good tor 8,000,000 cubic feet a day. This location Is 5,000 feet west of the same company's production on the Radecker farm. In Walton district, Roane county, tbe Louis F. Payne Oil company has completed and shot No. 13 on the' Summers-Hubbard farm. It is a 10- > barrel pumper in tbe Big Injun sand. I In Harper district tbe Carter Oil com-1 peny's test on tbe Martha Monroe [ farm is showing tor a very light [ pumper in the salt sand. In Curtis I district the Ohio Fuel Oil company's \ teat on the A. O. Allen farm is an ; eight-barrel pumper in tbe salt sand. , In Walton district the Pooa Valley OL' company's test on the Elizabeth Walker farm is showing for a fivebarrel pumper in the Big Injun sand. Ritchie county's late completions are light pumpers and gas Wells. In Murphy district Ruth & Stong*a No. 10 on the Alexander Dulaney farm is. a six-barrel pumper In tbe sand. In * Clay district the Pittsburgh and West Virginia Gas company's test on the M. J. Cottrill farm is a gasser in the Dij; Injun sand. In Murphy district the Hope Natural Gas company's test In the W. K. Prunty farm is dry and abandoned. In Union district the same company's test on the A. M. Ward farm Is dry in the lower sands. It will be filled up and shot in the Big Injun sand. La Murphy district G. L. Cabot has a duster at his test on the J. B. Lattimer farm. In Freemans Creek dlstrrtt, Lewis county, the South Tenn Oil company has completed No,? 8 on the Mary E. Hail farm. It Is showing for a fivebarrel pumper in the Gantz sand. In the same district the Reserve Gas company has a Gordon sand gasser at a test on the Bridget Cumralngs farm. In Hackers Creek district the West Virginia Central Gas company drilled a test on the I. J. Davis farm through the fifth sand. It is a fair gasser in this formation. In West Union district, Doddridge county, Trainer Brothers have completed No. 4 on the M. L. Shannon farm. It is a fair gasser in the Gordon arid Food for about two barrels a day in the Big Injun sand. In McClelland district the Carnegie Natural Gas company's test on the Ruth Shrader farm developed a fair gas pressure in the Gordon sand. In the RF.MF.VF.D RHEUMATICS \ENTHUSr ALL LOITO/fiVpIR OP" "NEUTRQNEffiCRlPTfflgr A workfftg rrijm\uylnejAitlEott1e of "Neutrons Prescription UVvas asked how It ma helping hltk^^ "Helping jfny', hulerM "Why, there Is nothing on^SR-A like It. Yoa don't Know" hew.,?y poo^swollen, .dflff Joints ana mjMelesjpainedrand horned. I was na*r)sJf5aywith Buffeting and the worry dtMmtng MTmuch tlmwmnd pay. "Brfurl kne# about, ttfeuflnne Prescription 99' I tyled alrklnds ph,tablets and llnlmentdT hnt one ytnlite of Neutrons Prporlptlon 99' helped he so much that Karri never wMhout It1 now. nh pain jiwrsweUIng I Bygone and/I IWl " Neutnfce Prescription 99' clrtaWflt must beA wonder", the droalHst re- ' piled. "We have never handled anything: like It, they all say the same". EOo and 91.00 the bottle. 7/ Mountain City Drue Car ;and leading druggists everywhere. " 1 j Look and Lisl Studebal We now have on hand tl (Light Six) StudeBaker/ much about. Call the great HOT SPQ^^M yourself thajc it is/he BJ These cars /am/very $cd the simple jr&son tJjftL^ ized beforjjtnteriii^ne We havarfhesj^frs on 3 mema^raej^lnes. ' Our ?wfDEBAKEtt 5 equipped with all fepair; are the fcest. Full equipped'to retread Vulcanizing' done promp Do Any Itind of Lathe V ALL WORK ( RMlle Auto: RIVESVILl M. D. Wilson, Mgr. -.V A loyal resu/wp^jjh i*ment to the wotojyL ** for libe^yJ&Pneen v the ejn&jf&a of the wa We myfte your subsc mmomturc ume district the Philadelphia company's No. S on the 8amh J. Wells farm is a nvebarrel yunapec in the Big Injun sand. South of Washington, South rranklln townslkp, Washington aoonty, Pa., the Manufacturers Light and llcat company's well on the John Reed tarm has declined to 126 barrets a day. i Grain and Produce > CHICAGO, April 29?Pronounced weakness dcvolopcd in tho corn market yesterday owing to a considerable extent to the the tact that receipts hero were the largest for somo time. Prices closed heavy 194c to 4%c not lower, with July $1.65 to $1.65% and September $1.62% to $1.62%. Oats lost %c Take a little Dandelion and May Applpffor your Tired Livir harmless lAetable rem ogles stir t^p your liver Aid clean ou# iLe b:le--ge rtgbt dcpi to the cajAe your misery andAlt the pofsonp out quickly yourof biHousnerf, dlzzU m-i-. < on!Hipj)Kon indlgpstfon, kft* headache, nine you Olula?Trrdarapm RootaJreLgglri and Bark#?n.^elSgn and JpjwAppIe lor the liverAsaasdtras^^n Clover' Sars ipnrillyand iluNM^for tire b". . -1 Wah ^^^Tp^Jnlcg-oo-a..:. ly iocf hel^ffnifqfci. ailing folks to get ^oH^uiciJy.y Ttyp, C\fiet Medicine Co., of Jga/e tta, ?)., guarantees Olala absolu^f?get it tptfas,?ewrbett ter?^sTeep-*ttex?feel Hue soon. 30 Tablets 236 at all dealers. I J Sold ij/Fairmont by W. R, Crane'& Co., Fairmont Pharmacy, Mountain City JBrug Co., Tenth St., Pharmacy. In Mnnnnwli hv Windsor Dm* C,ct In JFairvlew by Frank Yost. TERRIBLYSWOILEN Suffering Described At Tortnre Relieved by Black-Draught. Rossville, Ga.?Mrs. Kate Lee Able, c this place, twites: "My husband is a engineer, arid once while lifting, he in lured himself with a piece of heavy mi chinery, across the abdomen. Hewa id sore he copld not bear to presaV^ 'himself at all, d|i chest of abdomen., H weighed.'165 IbV, and Ifll off uoffl he weighed 110 lbs., in two toeeksV .afie became constipated and It looked like he would die. We fiad tfifee differed doctors, yet with aU Jheif'lnedidiiffhU bowels failed to act,-' He wourftyrn up a ten-cent bottl?Of qtflotvdu, and drink it two or three day/je'successiorj. ife did this yet, withMtf^csult. We became desperate.he^dffered sa. He swollen terriblyy^He told mp his suffering could only be dcscribedak torture. I sent and bought Thec^ord'g BlackOraughi I made him takd a big dose, and when it began to act ha fainted, he was in such misery, but he got relief and began to mend at once. Ha got well, rand we both feel he owes his life to Thedford's Black-Draught." \ Thedford's Black-Draught wfflhelp you to keep fit, ready for the dayfg work. Try it* \NP-13? ten leer Cars le Wonderful new rad'deT that you have he?rd so dfemonstratiqa^Htd see QITOR woriaffiid satisfy on gasoline,'for ip postively-yaporfw^ng' chamber: tfarM. and ehn make im>e/tfcet station is fully parts, aW our mechanics old casings\ All kinds of tly. V fork. \ 3UARANTEED\ Supply Compauk, lie, w. va. yA Phone, RivesvjiKe23-R3k s^popse^S l^ed by our Govern- j /O^. The great fight ron byt/ands to meet r are^equlred. j rip^on, 1st Company' j i JKMOtnfTVESDA I By SSI to t*e andprovlsNmg 18c to (Co. . nsetareak*. lArttclw Opan OIosi [Corn? J July 1.6814 1.66 cptembar 1.63% 1.68 H Of v 72% 71? September 69% 7014 PorkMay 62.75 62.90 , JUy ....,61,50 51.10 A Bad Character, German statosmen wy? I wuu?C ,iot uolicve a Hun, nterrupt ed J. Fuller Gloom, even If I knew h? was telling the truth.pa a Spetial ^Wtxpanding our territory gjBlnce output we have positior tint highest integrity. Automc We prefer men who have not unless they are of unquestionec us if interested and prepared t The responsibility for ma: service in tke territory indud) upon us by tl^e factory. We have several service sta ritory from whic^ experience* you on shortest ndfce. We I road men to visit and attend] car and truck in your ^rritoifl In returning from a/RDOft basis, the PACKARD M01 the following Worldrs RecaV TRUCKS? CARS or CARRIAGE? bout, Limousine, Landaj^et, For your own saturation? "Ask the map^io owns on Pqckaftl Motor C i . CKarles St., & Mt. R ' ????i??i. , f &*jjmsaess~zg!^soKamm?^ j You Will x> Fed Proud I ot Your | ^ New 1 ft Home T P you buiM vJx ^ A we are p/epa^rei C your home ^our wi] S and proud AM job - us tell you jmoreM Building/ Matanafc I tral WeJt^pJ^inia Repair The /N1 1 TV Uld Mouse The old\home thaif h fully shoakl be m>t Frequent piuntirig, ri modeling herkaAdiifl life and mainuwrft'f "Glen Elk^^Builcfa Ready Rwfeig, Bea best adamea to rgpS purposqf betajja^the: GLEN E COMPLETE BU i . t "Includin TELEPHONE 454 OFFICE AND YARD8 I P" ftfjfp. WKi-?/&' v.- >"-? V" N1WG, AriCJLi 23, l?i?. Self. Betrayal. t j Slater?01?. mother, must Marjone go to school this afternoon. She aaya she has a pain all over. Mother?Where do yon feel It moat, MarJodeT , Marjorle?In school! ?Pearson's. Among Senators. Brevity Is the soul of wtt, quoted the , ready made philosopher. Tea, replied Senator Sorghum; hut I > it's no good In a filibuster.?Washing- [ ( ton Star. J, ? 1 " ~ il!; KARD ! nouncement and organization for our 100% is open for several local men of >bile experience is not necessary. been in the automobile business 1 character and standing. Write 0 give highest personal reference. intaining superior PApfCARD ing this county hasjf&n placed rave/mso assigned exam service 0 1 per dent wu((W(f? to a peace fOR CAj^O. is ab^ to otfer i^gaWSSrTrucks and Caryl ^-rturing Car, Phaeton, RtmCoupyand B/Wigham. x \ /*_ irLo, or l^a. nmore oyal Ave., Baltimore, Md. 1 PHONE 444. i i ,* '?A/ as sepve<jl-you so fsnthin^oofl repair abvays. pairing the rdof, re cic etc., win yxpiuug ito } just value?/ ' / ig Mj^nate*-Qpumbejv ^er- E^ard, PaintsJ are irtng and remodeling i/quality is dependable. LUMBER CO. ILDING SERVICE CLARKSBURG, W.VA. '09.711 W PIKE 8TREET S5*J^2S2^2S^2252255SS2525525SS2S2255S5 * &&! ??*76*r ' / / '*',* r' / >* .. ?' j I CLASSIFIED P TWO CENTS A WORD HELP W.iNTED? .ems ycrrtfsr forgTn^i-issu^ work. Telephone 1044. 4-26-3t-oS5S HELP ~W ANTEb^MALE^ ^X^'iilu-AiUu ft-p.irir.raii. uivo age, experience, present place of employneat. rate per hour expected, adiress Box 6667 care The West Vlrftolan. t-28-3t?6517. FO^SALE ~ " rXJlt^SALE^toectric Sieam*tube Vulcanlxer, 4 tubes each five minutes. Fairmont Vulcanising Co. 4-2S-3t~656?. FOR "RENT TOR RENT ? Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping to party with out children. Apply 632 Ogden avenue. 4-28-2t-567Q FOR RENT ? Furnished rc> ms. 431 Washington St Phone 61* W. 4-2S-Ot 6671 FOR RENT ? Light "housekeeping rooms. Call after four o'clock at 110 Anderson and Chicago Sts. 4-29-21-6673 WANTED^VNTElT^TO^BTiv^roper^^close in. Small payment down. Romai'n! r ns tent Call 1532 R, 4-29-3t?657? HOUSESFoi^ALE FOR SA trcL-6 roonr^onss? ?? 1 "!?&p!e avenue Possession at onco. Price 6 room house on Spence Hrek, $2,250.00. Jas. L. Gettlngs. 4-25-5t-B553 TOR SALE?Four room" cottage-with bath. 632 Orr Street. Phone 1158 M 4-24-6t?5548. 151 ACRES, $4,500, This is pond land and good 7-room house, with about 30 acres of second growth timber, good seven room house cellar, fine water. large barns, buildings need some repair. Has good or herd. also good slif?p barn. 10 acres Jf fine wheat. Will be 10 acres of oats. 20 acres of oorn. Purchaser to get ne half of crop and can have possession of buildings and balance of farm at once. Is leasod for oil and gas. This Is a (bargain ai- 44^00." $1,500 1own. Balance ui-f&OO a year.. M. L>. Trout <& Ccnypany. MoArthu* Ohio. Miles E. Da won local agent' 4-28 6t-5?69. / f to w^STifT^Y ctHcilS?* Notice ys h\j^by/'givjn tha^at h special meeffnik jpf /he /6minon Council of the ??vn /f^mivesvllw Marion county, ?*%lnla, to^e held at the m/yorjrofflce ifsadd town on the 2i/l W?Vf ifT, 1919: that the Amo/^oJph?jrCompanjr will apply t#a fmnctJ^L to construct, opiate at J jpolntfrto a telephone eaffiunee .far upon dh under the pCM, roadways. alleysi\alle>, wavjroy BtreefS^it^ln the corpawte for 0,6 term ^ r THE AMOSf TELEPHONE CO. O. R. IHller. President W. S Swlgef, Feeretary April 29. Sfarf 6-,13-20/i All klndr*ofS#?u|^^alntlng and rMfllrlng /Wmptty and Q<?$lal^i>$Sallu sflUraV CT a> I mafaa IMHMIVWI 11/ WV&MMIMNIV* /WJA.wffITH / PHONE 1404 W. \ 1-1 x FOR/SALE. CIGAR AND/NEWS 3TAND Clapkab|Pgi VVT Va. Clearing $30/per week. Cheap rent. Price ?0O. AddresB, Box 375 Care Tm West Virginia. As Essential to the Average Mgn as the Cash Register If to the Merchant - Jb LUw^^casl|/regia^ the ^ check ay\e? takafe consideraii^PVy tw<Eumu $! It man ij[ nec^^Tecord re lyproa, to avoid pe un to , jjjrwhlch the mind fls heta^n I 1!j The National B?fck V !j im* Fairmont'B unpul check I1 ?yatem^tJ?->' tnhealtatlnglyvll d recommended to those not V Ml only engaged Iq business for (m d1 themselves, but to the man t|L j^^rho Is working for a tlx* h/monal^fe bank of 1& Fairmont hffnn wbst va. 5s023s3?n?s^ y*y<yty&t?tVi)H?ty&t)Fi?t ^nVERTISING? ProfessionalCairds^* .1 Fairmont Tran&Ur Co. T|M Ail kind* M haqlint. Ho?m> L? hold iroodl a snecimltv. 324 Jettertton St. OSTEOpJ^^S^CiAW' OFFICE^OURS, 9 to tt ?. ?. And By Appointment Phone 1119 ? | I Fire, hcc^tnt, and Bonding. SKINNER BUILOINU ' *? \ Roeme 1 end 2. Phone NMIt ,.. .eeewe. "? y m*m mmm?> >n.?. 1 riATT dm +*jrrn<m<m ~0 m '*mww I' m '^0^.-'.L I I "*" ? * m? ?immn fl p. W.Aflc " | ? ... jr ^ * ? i'i iTtII Nf. Am C*"4?MflM PL. 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