If FINANCE, a
I New York
NEW YOEK, July 23.?Stocks ral
lied substantially yesterday from the!
U severe setback of the previous sessloi
If to the discomfiture of an over-cuutl
dent Short Interest, which seemed c
jglM opinion that technical condition
favored a protracted reversal.
Recoveries were not pronounced I
speculative Issues which sustains
greatest losses during yesterday1
I heavy selling, notably oils, motom an
H kindred shares. On the rebound som
of the stocks were carried forwar
Three to eight points.
' Unusual activity was shown by th
secondary or low grade rails, over hal
a score of which joined In tho genera
improvement at gains of one to tw<
I points, but dlvldend pajfng rails wer
apathetic, though decidedly firm.
Convincing reasons were lackim
I for yesterday's reaction other than th
I market's over-extended position bu
I the lower and m^ie attractive pric
Hjaerelg evidently had tho effect of ir
frpcVt htivfnp which proIIv of
ifbed today's additional offerings,
general news was more oncouragln
d distinctly helpful to tiie long ac
ant. Call money denoted Increase
itals were quoted at yet hlghe
Ices and threatened labor trouble
the steel and iron Industry lost som
their more serious aspects.
PITTSBURGH. July 23.?Thore wa
oad trading on the local exchange
th only fractional price changes no
. The trading covered a wide list c
entitles, while no particular stoc
oke ahead of the others In actlvit;
te oil and gas shares were a trlfl
avy with a downward trend towar
e close of the session. The lllvei
lea were weak, tho Western pre
rred losing 1% on tho day. Wester
tnmon closing te lower at 27 te an
e two Easterns being unchanged a
s for the common aud 4te for th
eferred. There was considerable ac
rlty in American Sewer Pipe frot
te to 26te with the last salo at 26VI
rkansas Gas common quieted dow
id sold between 75 and 74%, whll
irnsdall Corporation was unchangc
t saleB at 34%. American Wlndo'
iass Machine around 121 was off
om Monday's close and Columbl
is and Electric was down 1% at 61H
he brewing shareB were fairly stead
Ithout much change in prices.
Summary for Tuesday,
lies. lilgh. Gov
50 Am Roll Mill. 63 63
175 A W G Mach.. 121 1201
' 150 Arkansas Gas. 76 741
tuu ttarnsGan .... .14'M 34";
60 Col 0 & E .... 61% 611
20 Fireproof 10 V* 101
150 Do preferred. 18'% 181
10 H-W Refrac.... 116 116
235 Ind Brew 4% 4
285 Do preferred. 9% SI
120 LaBelle Iron... 11714 1161
10 Lone Star Gas. 270 270
120 Mfrs L & II... 5414 541
1.000 Mt Shaft 35 .3
380 Ohio Fuel Sup. 54 531
' 210 Oklahoma Gas. 33% 334
280 Pgh Brew 8% 81
150 Do preferred. 17 17
2.000 P-J Copper 16 .1
60 Pgh O ft O 15*4 151
154 Rtv Kast Oil.. 4% 4'
150 Do preferred. 4% 41
35 Rlv West Oil.. 28 271
[, 135 Do preferred. 22% 221
400 Sewer Pipe..,. 26% 261
100 U N G Corp.. 131% 1311
10 U S OlaBS.... 36% 361
' 25 U S Steel .... 107% 1071
250 W PT-W P-pfd 65 65
10 West Electric. 56% 56V
^1,000 Ind Brew 6s.. 49 49
100 Lib Loan Is 4s 93.46 93.4
450 DO 2d 4s 92,88 92.8
500 Do I8t 4%s... 94.70 94.7
1,160 Do 2d 414s... 93.46 93 3
2,500 Do 3d 41*8... 94.66 04.5
5,150 Do 4th 4Vi8.. 03.12 03.I
1,300 Victory 4%s.. 00.70 99.fi
6,000 U S St (s f) 5s 100% 100*
Grain and Produce
li CHICAGO, July 23. ? With ho
1 prices yesterday equaling the topmoi
level ever touched, the corn market d
vetoped corresponding strength an
closed tlrm l%c to 3'4c net hlghe
with September, $1.94% to $1.95 an
Pecember I1.65V4 to $1.65%. Oal
gained %c to l%c, and provisions 11
?' Articles. v Open. Clos
September $1.93 $1.94:
nfijf December 1.63 1.651
September .80% ,S1!
' -December 82% .831
September 61.45 51.75
I\' Oil and Gas,
Dor a new development the We
sand attention on Jordan's creek, B!
Sandy district. Kanawha ronntv v
Va., operators are administering be
tolc treatment to the wells In tbi
district, giving them liberal doses c
the high explosive fluid. In this d<
velopment E. N. OeJlesplo's No. 4 o
the James F. Brown farm had droppe
town to 60 barrels a day and wa
then given a shot The well responi
sd with a produotlon of 776 barrel
Bp the enaulng 24 hours. Nearly all c
r *. the wells In that district, despite th
tact that they have been complete
. recently, have been shot one or mor
. Lincoln county has quite a goo
show of new work. On Hazlette fort
Duval district, the Carter Oil com
(any has the rig completed for a tes
m the Henry Illll farm, located 2,00
feet southeast of the same company'
teat on the E. T. Noble farm. In th
talt sand development on hind rivet
Carroll district, operators are In
On White Oak creek. Grant dli
rrlct. Ritchie county. M. West ha
tempi eted la the salt sand No. $3 o:
he Volcanic trad. It Is a three
SUTSI pumper In the Oow Ran sin.
IL AND GAS II1
a ja?=L g
"J tat a test on the Cora Whltten farm. ^
|| In the same district, the Rowel] Run (
I Oil company's No. 8 on the Tbomai ?
- Rowell heirs' farm Is a duster In tho ,
! salt sand. L. B. Ekas has a very light 4
r; pumper In the Cow Run sand at a
l,! test on the Thomas K. Grow farm,
i- In Clay district, Monongalia county. "
tithe Philadelphia company has now
s | drilled Its test on the Enos Varner
| heirs' farm through the Bayard sand,
n | It Is a gaaser In that formation. In j
the same district the Hope Natural j
a Gas company drilled Its test on the b
41 A. F. Tennant farm through the 6amo j,
a formation. It Is a light gasser. j
1 The Randall Gas company has a Big 'a
Injun sand gaaser on the T. X. Dlckeu \
m farm, located In Paw Paw district Mo.
rlon county. In the same district tfle c
, Owens Bottling Works company com- .
' pleted a test on the Jarvls Parker
-.'farm and got one of the same kind In
Ithe same formation. q
I T n TTnlftn MUteUf f^1?? iv?
... wwivu uioiriiVlf VMV/ V-UUUIJ, 111*3 |
'i Ohio Fuel Oil company Is building the
J1 rig for a test on the V. Ellen Samples!
';farm. The material is on the ground,?,
, for -a second test on the Sands farm. j
' i In the same locality the same com- *
|pany has rig material at a location for ,
la test on the W. Perry Griffith farm.:!!
5 The same company Is moving In rig *
" material to a location on the Harrison
' Samples farm.
F. W. Bartlett has made location
J for N'os. 7, 8 and 8 on the John Huey
farm In Mannlngton district, Marlor.
county. In Clay district, Monongalia
county, the Moore Oil company has'
" started to drill on the Mary E. Brown
'. farm. In Paw Paw district. Marion
11 county, the Randall Gas company is
J drilling a test on the Sanford Wil3
son farm and hauling rig limber to a
j, [.location for a test on the W. S. Wilson
[! farm. j
,f In Proctor district, Wetzel county,;
k | the Hope Natural Gas company has ;
! drilled a test on the Albert McHenry I
31 farm into the top of the Gordon sand.1
a The hole has filled up 300 feet with
- fluid. In McElroy district, Tyler
county, the American Oil Develop ]
n ment company's No. 16 on the S. D. ]
,1 Spencer farm Is In the Big Injun sann I
t and showing for a four or five-barrel I
In Church district, Wetzel county,
" EESSr NOTICES ~ ~
1 nStice^f judicial sale.
Q Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit
K oourt of Marlon county. West Virginia,
c made and entered on the 21st day of
? June, 1919, In tho Chancery Cause ot
Thomas S. Haymond, plaintiff, vs. Wily
liam S. Haymond, as administrator of'
tse estate of Maria F. Haymond, deceased,
et al? we will on Wednesday, j
, the 30th day of July, 1919. at the front
door of the court houBe of Marlon
, county, West Virginia, at one-thirty |
7 o'clock p. m. of that day. offer for sale
? | to the highest and best bidder the fol?
I lowing described real estate, subjecv
y i however to tho private sale of all or
* any part thereof prior to such public j
" sale, that is to say:
Thoso two adjoining lots or parcel.,
4 ot real eatato situated and both front- j
i | Ing on the South West side of Qulncy
*j street, in the city of Fairmont, Marlon.
, | county, West Virginia, and lying a
g I short distance north of Jackson street I
| in said city, the northern of which
,'jlots having a frontage of 61.7 feet,
t more or le3s, and extending back a
- j distance of 124 feet, more or less, and
5 j having thereon a substantial frame
,! dwelling house; the southern of
z I which lots having a frontage of 48.6
11 feet .more or less and extending hack
;ia distance of 75 feet more or less;
2 ! said real estate having been Inherited
*|by tho late Maria F. Haymond. do-:
'I | ceased, from her deceased husband.
7! Alpheus F. Haymond, and used as her
J I home until her death. Said real es*
I tate will be offered for sale both as a
, , whole and in separate parcels.
Terms of Sale: One-third or mo?o
of the purchase price cash on the day
of sale, one-third in six months and
the residue in one year from the date
- of sale, the deferred payments to boar
? Interest at the rale of six per cent.;
0 and to be secured by vendor's liens on
j. the property sold.
: CLAY D. AMOS,
? E. CARL FRAME.
i Special Commissioners.
,, I. eiarence Currey, Clerk of the Clr*
cult court Of Marlon county, West Virginia,
hereby certify that bond with
security approved by me as sufficient
and In the penalty provided bv
~ said decree, has been given by said
1 special commissioners.
1 CLARENCE CURREY. |
- July 2, !>, 16, 23. Clerk. ,
A 1 %
: r h L
EE WEST VIRGINIAN, FA2
"emlng * Co.'s No. 6 on the Sarah
hen. (arm la producing 20 barrels a
ay (rom the Big Injun sand. In
he tame district the Hope Natural
las company la drilling a test on the
V*. M. Hlmelriek (arm. The South
'enn Oil company has started to drill
To. 3 on the Hester Jobes (arm. The
'hiladelphla company Is drilling No.
on the James Lewis (arm'
Will Be Held Sept.l
Tb: week o( September 1 to 5 has
cen set nstde as the date for the
larion county teachers' Institute to
e held at the Thomas C. Miller school
i this city The Instructors will be I
. William Sprowls, Worcester, Mass.,
nd Edward Cohoes, N. Y? and F. H.
t'arren of Fostorla, O.
Two high school Institutes, one In
llarksburg and another In Huntingan
will be held on the same dates
nd all high school teachers are reue.'teu
L0T8 FOR SALE.
We have two good lots at the corner
( View and G streets In Coogle addi- '
ion that we will cell at pre-war prices
Dd on easy terms. These lots were
tken by us to saitltj an account and
o wish to dispose o( them. Fairmont |
Vail Plaster Co.. Phone 1522.?Adv.
To the Public:
tion growing i
But if people c
the banks will
with the Build
relief can be 1
they will furn;
mit the indivi
mortgage in p
and Loan, Ban
which to erec
matte an atrac
to be giving ai
do not get ver
other lot owne
building and r
"Ask The Man M
In this delightful
strictions are obser
tractive, well built
able honiesite prop*
will be sold ?n reas
The West End It
Deliveries so prompt and pleasing
that you will never seed to run abort? tt
Ice co pure and unitary that you will ol
never want any other. These Chirac- to
terlstlcS have appealed to hundreds ot ol
Fairmont families who n&w prefer D
City ice. Order It today by telephone, qi
PhOne 898 Or *99. City Ice Co.?Adv. ni
jyyLg? LEGAL KNC
j is essential for an Execi
i Fairmont Trust Compa
! legal knowledge, but th
experience,, the resourc
the efficient and faith:
| every duty.
Fairmont,-W. Va? Jul
e the very serious condition
:ing for the want of houses, wi
nore deplorable daily. To take
require from one to two mi
lesiring homes are willing to c<
make an extraordinary effort
ing and Loan Association, we ;
iersigned wish to annoi
ish any building ground necess
dual or corporation to give th
ayment for same, thus giving
iks or individual furnishing the
t a house a first mortgage, \
iersigned will be glad
n with interested parties. We
lything away, but we do claim
with anyone desiring a home,
n this home-building or anyth
signed companies, as well .as th
have land in all sections of th
rs and corporations will offer t
nent, we are sure it will encc
elieve the situation now existii
VTER FAIRMONT INVEST*
r END IMPROVEMENT COD
tENCE D. ROBINSON.
?ho Owns One"
section certain reved
which make atlinmoa
ttvUIVUI AA1V UVOUsrties
tonable terms. ..
SNING, JULY 23,1919.
? i ?i??
WALKING THE PLANK.
This may be done safely enough 1!
is plank comes from oar large stock
! lumber. And when you are ready
i build yon will find here all kinds
' materials?Lumber Rooting. Sash
Dors, Wall Board, etc.. ready for
tick delivery to you. John M. His;r
A Bro. Lumber Co., Phone 12T-R.
itor or Trustee. The ah
ny has not only the jjj
ic jjiticuucu, wormng ra
es and pernancy for ! <
ful performance of |
5t Company" il
1 - =3\
y 19, 1919.
that we are
th the situai
care of this
ire sure that
ary and perem
! money with
to go into
do not claim
to be willing
ling else, wo
city and if
he sanje or a
1 I }
r ' 1 1 ' ""
fll CLASSIFIED A
TWO CENT8 A WORD
FOR RENT?Rooms. 520 Ogden Are.
Phone 296-W. 7-21-3t?6095.
FOR RENT ? Two nicely furnlshea
rooms with or without light housekeeping
privileges. Phone 410-M, 866 ;
] Vermont avenue. 7-19-6t-60S"
FOR RENT?Pleasant rurnished room.;
Apply 304 Qulncy street. 7-1412t-6051
to borrow $2,560 for one
year; security first mortgage on real i
estate worth $16,000 to $12,000. Ad-!
dress Box 6101, care The West Virginian.
INTEREST OIL WELL?A responsl
hie crowd ofrcputable and exnerl- |
enced ell men are about to drill a j
well In Oklahoma In the gusher terrl- ,
tory; Interests are being sold In this
well at $200 each: these Interests are
going rapidly and one half of them ,
have already been tnken; a good well :
means your money back many times 1
over; we will be glad to give you full
Information cn request. Address 801 1
Arrott Building, Pittsburgh. Pa.
! "^~FARM8 'FORTSALIT^ i
' " OHIO FARMS.
Send for large free list farms and
. country bones, all s;re3 and locations.
HI/jtjmax o cc
206 E. Fifth St.. Cincinnati. O. j
LeHew Taxi Service
Call the Taxi Center
Bunner & Edgar
J 223 MADISON ST.
Dr. P. H. MILLER,
OSTEOPHATIC PHYSICIAN 1
339 Deveny Bid].
OFFICE HOURS, 9 to 12 a, m.
1 to 4 p. m.
And By Appointment. Phone 1197
J M. R. FRANTZ
J Fire, Accident, and Bonding.
l Rooms 1 and 2. Phone 861.Ft
| EVERYTHING FOR
205 MONROE STREET.
Brooks Specialty Co.
j TUBES REPAIRED?FREE AIR.
A. E. JACKSON
PLUMBING AND WIRING OF
Send for Jackson's Little Plumber
Phono 93.J. 324 Monroe St.
: 1 j
Arnett Bros., Tailors
"We Make Them Better"
Altering, Dyeing and Pressing
Under Manley Hotel
Phone 1263- J.
National Pressing Co. j
EAST SIDE j
W. A. Harris, prop. Phone 1291 I
Equipped for 6peedy service in j
cleaning, pressing and altering j
ladipq. Hnrl r-rntlpnipn's clnthPK. >
We call for and deliver. J
Lorenz Tailoring Co.
109 MADISON STREET.
We Bank on Quality and
Win on Prices?
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing I
" - '
Veterinary Surgeon I
DR. W. C. KOON .
DAY OR NIGHT
Bell Phone 3-R5 j
Homer & Courtney |
1036 Morgantown Ave.
Will Pay the Highest Market Price j
See Them Today. Phone 912. !
GEO. H. BROBST.
Fairmont Transfer Co.'
All kinds of hauling. Houiehold
goods a specialty. ,
324 Jefferson St.
OASH WITH ORDER :
WANTED?Lady bookkeeper - mail a
write neat hand and be accurate id
figures. Experience unnecessary. H
Apply In person, 420 Main Street, jXj
WANTED ? Laundry womaajSHHM
hour day, $1.25 per day. Fairmont
hospital No. 3. Call 309 7-22-*t-6099
WANTED?Olrl for gen?iwT~SnnS3B
work. Good wages. Phone llSisTfl
~ FOB SALE jgl
FOR SALE?Desirable seven-room S
house. Maple Avenue, good condition.
Geo. H. Brobst, Professional
I < fft ?VA].J>->Household furniture?
Gas stove and range InQutre 91t S
4th Street, near Locust avenue. *9
FOR SALE?Locomobile truck in (OO&B
condition. Apply Jamison No. 77 H
Imlne, Barrackvllle, W. Va. 7-23-Ct-OHQ
FOR SALE?Fine buU\llng" loC*B*iffH
I Park avenue, close In, $1,250, Other W
similar lots sell at $1,500. L. M. Da- '
FOR SALE?$3,600 capital etoekJM^H
letfs Clay Co.; making good money;
I to cash buyer for $2,750. Address Box .
| S102 West Virginian office. '
I f'OR SALE?Nice level lot 60x182, htb (
I tweon. Owcna plant and new: Brass .
Iplant, extending from Morgant. v.n
I Ave. to street car Hbb; worth $2,500 -1
|is business lot; corner on allev. V
pricef 1,800. L. M. Darts.
U. Schmidt and 1
R. Lelevre. r|ijfl|
Window Glass and Windshields ' '
Phone 842-M. 802 Gaston Ave.
Repairing sou rebuilding uu
touiobile ladlalom a specialty. u . aci
Old Radiators Bought. Rebcllt
and Sold. - :1
H. U. ONEY 11
Practical Tinner and Sheet 1
Metal Worker. 828 Monroe St.
The Sterling Studio Jf
For Better Photographs. Postal
Curda, und Kodak Pictures. , jfi|
Fleming Building |fl|
Over Halls Hardware
DR. A. B. SMITH, lift
OBTEO?ATHIC PH rSICIAfi 1
trn SPECIALIST. fi'l
iii??nen ot all Kind* corraoUy
ntieo. bauaikcuoo suarauteed. HI
Hail block cter Marun'a urm
CASH REGISTERS |f 1|
SMALL PAYMENTS T -1
NATIONAL CASH REQI8TER CO.
CUrkiburg, W. Va, Vvj" ;I I
| WARM AIR HEATING |i '
! We can beat any home. An; 1
j kind ot beater. . /
D. L. Shotts I
2W/o Jackson Street
BUICK TAXI 1?|B
& TRANSFER CO. 'ill
8C0TT CONN, prop.
188 Washington Street.
t New and Second Hand J : |3
! ADDING MACHINES
S. B. ELIvINS. P |
Home Savings Bldg. Phone 395 y.', '4
A. B. SCOTT ,/v|H
Optometrist and Optician
; We Grind Lenses.
Cor. Main and Jefferson 8ts.-- UwOi
tJve^alouiitalnCity Drag Store." U ?|
Hours, 8 to 5; Saturday eve., 9:30. J
AUSTIN & WADE I
BROS. TAXI CO.
Irwin's Oarage?Phono 1449?Hall j,
Alley?Re!k Watson Hotel
Call Ob?We Will Como.
Lott Austin, Res., 610J.
Wade Bros., 1562-J.
312 Main Street J
For Photographs and
WE SELL EASTMAN FILMS j
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