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| 1 'FINANCE, 01
NEW YORK?Jan. 24.?The curse
. I if yesterday's stock market upset the
-1 calculations of those speculative in
i teresta who hoped or feared, according
I to their commitments, that the higher
j.1 discoant rates would provoke fresh
?| Prices were mainly lower at the
oiitaet. tending still lower for some of
1 the more mercurial Issues later, but In
1 general changes wero nominal, with
Uy no. definite trend at the dull and Irp
regular end..
ft '
Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH,
Jan. 24.?There was
'.ess excitement on the Plttsburgn
Stock Exchange yesterday, fluctuatic.is
were- narrower and total sales
' were smaller. Arkansas Gas on a
. turnover of nearly 4,700 shares sold
down to 24%. rallied to 26% and closed
at 26%, 4 net gain of %. Only 700
shares of Guffey Oil changed hands all
day at 33 to 33%. Marland Refining,
I on a small volume of business, declined
from 6% to 5%, a new low level, and
closed at E%. Oklahoma Ga*. was
firm and closed 1% higher at 40%, and
Ohio Fuel Supply advanced from 49 to
43%. Bamsd&U Corporation was Inactive
and closed % lower at 49%.
Vow PAno4- /I.. .U..J .a V ff . U ?
IFjrmmmj VUUUIJ VJTCID UUDOQ ttL I'/li LUty
lowest -tncft the listing ot the stoca
here.
American Window Glass Machine
common advanced to 125%. but closed
unchanged at 125, and 100 shares of
the preferred changed bands at 94.
A email lot ot Pittsburgh Plate Glass
sold at 1S7? an advance of %. Westlnghouse
Air Brake was % lower at
116%. There were no transactions
here la Electric, which was quoted at
61% hid.
Following Is an official summary of
transactions recorded on the Pittsburgh
Stock Exchange on Friday, January
23:
STOCKS.
Sales. High. Low.
206.A WG Mach... 125% 125
100 A WO M pfd.. 94 94
4,8*1 Arkansas Gas.. 26% 24%
120 Barnsdall Corp. 49% 49%
160 Carbo Hyd pfd. 4% 4%
50 Fireproof pfd... 15 lo
700 Guffey Gillespie 33% 33
476 Gay County Gas 2 *1%
40 La Belle Iron.. 110% 110%
90 Lone Star Gas.. 38 37%
2,605 Marland Refln.. 5% *5%
50 Mfra L ft H... 59 68%
2,900 Mt Shasta 41 .40
50 Ohio Fuel Oil.. 29% 29%
DM 75 Ohio Fuel Sup.. 49% 49
205 Oklahoma Gas.. 40% 39%
10 Okla Prod A R 9% 9%
II 100 Pgh Brewing.... 4% 4%
M I 20 Pgh Brew pfd.. 13% 13%
10 Pgh Plate Glass 167 167
10 Un Nat G corf 125 125'
12 U S Steel pfd.. 115% 115%
25 West Alrhrnke utt
12.693
BONDS.
W.J % BO Lib L 2d 444s.. 90.60 90.60
v 600 Lib L 3d 4^8.. 92.86 92.86
| 1.000 Lib L 4th 4y?s. 91.08 91.08
IT I 100 Victory L 4%s 98.20 98.20
. 1,000 Pgh Brew 6s.. 7514 7614
?.BB0
New low record.
1' Oil and Gas.
Light wells are the best the West
p Virginia fields are completing. On
EH Fork of Cobb3 Creek, Washington
SPECIAL NOTICES
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA:
At the January 1920, Rules, held in
the Clerk's Olflce of the Circuit
Court, in and for the County of MaI
aDi State aforesaid, January 7,
rwiv, tne roiiowing order ?u entered:
Clara J. McNeeley, Plaintiff, vs.
Joseph F. McNeely, Defendant.
8UMMON8 ^
THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA,
To the Sheriff of Mbrlon County,
k Y6u are hereby commanded to
summon Joseph F. McNeely to appear
before the Circuit Court or Marion
, County, at rules to be held in the
derie'rf Office of said Court on the
first Monday in January, 1920, to
Hh inswnr a bill In Chancery exhibited
, sgatn.M. htm in Bald Court by Clara J.
McNeely
And hare then there this writ
Witness, Clarence Currey, Clerk ot
laid Court, at Court House In salil
I County, the 2nd day of January, 1920,
I V?nd 67thc year of the State.
P'v CLARENCE CURREY, Clerk.
| V The return ot servloe endorsed on
HI t sack o! said summons is In worda
IKnU: figures following:
Tho within Summons returned not
sxecnted for the reason that the defendant
is not found in my bailiwick,neither
Is he an Inhabitant thereof.
I January 3rd, 1920.
A. L. PR1CHARD,
Deputy for A. M Glover. S. M. C.
| ' Object of Suit.
" The'object of this suit 13 to procure
I in absolute divorce from tho defendint.
In favor of the plaintiff, as well
ts the custody, maintenance etc., of
H jrace Ethel McNeely, their child,
Hi md for general relief.
H1 An affidavit having been made and
tiled that the said Joseph F. McNcelv
the defendant in tho above styled
H. suit, ts a non-resident of the State
Hf of West Virginia, it is ordered that
[ the said Joseph F. MoNoely do ap
pear within one month from the first
publication of this order. In tha
tlerk's office of ou% said Circuit
2onrt. at Rules to be holden therefor
ind do what is necessary to protect
.Us Interests.' ^
It Is ordered that a copy of this
H irder be published and posted as reWS
iulred by law.
Olven under my hand this 7th day
if January, 1920.
H CLARENCE CURREY, Clerk.
W. M. iHESS,
Counsel for plaintiff.
H This order Is published for the first
H Irae January 9th, 1920. and to be
lublisbed once each week for four
7 onsecutlve weeks.
H . CLARENCE CURREY, Clerk
Jan. 9-16-?,30.
u..
?.?.i<ct, l.lncoln county, James potter
& Co.'I No. 20 on the standard
Fuel Company's property Is completed
and Is good for five barrels a day in
the Berea pit. In McKlm 'district,
Pleasants county, Leeten & Pler'on
i have complotod a test on the Silas
' Plunfj farm. It Is a duster and has
boen abandoned. In Grant district, the
Hope Natural Gas Company is due In
the sand at a test on the SullivanWilliams
farm.
In Burning- Springs district, Wirt
county, Roberts Bros, have put their
No. 124 on the Rathbono tract to
pumping. It Is very light. In Gyant
district, Ritchie county, the Power Oil
Company has drilled No. 8 on the
Volcanic tract through the Big Injun
rand. It is a duster. On the same
tract thrf Hope Natural Gas Company
is getting ready to start another deep
teat. In the same'district the Cutbbert
Oil Company is drilling in the sand at
its No. 3 on the William Mar bury
heirs' farm. The Junior Oil Company
also is drilling in the sand at No.. 13
on the West Virginia tract.
In Williams district. Wood county
the Henderson Oil Company has completed
a test on the Davis heirs' farm
and No. 6 on the C. M. Uhl farm.
They are good for fivo barrels each.
In the same district J. O. Fisher has
a duster In the Cow Run sand at a
second teat on the H. M. Corby farm.
In Clay district the South Penn Oil
Company's No. 7 on the Robert Gram
farm Is a light pumper. In Union dUtrlct,
Songden & Wood yard have one
of the same kind at No. 4 on the Elgle
Grant farm. In the same district the
Cambria Oil. Company is due In the
sand at a test on the M. J. Perry
farm. e
In the prospective Berea grit poo'
In Roedy district,-Roane county, the
Heck Development Company Is down
500 feet at its test on the H. C. Roact
farm. The same company has the rig
completed for a test on the Dola Sea
man farm. The Ohio Fuel Oil Com
pany has started to drill a test on the
W.. C. Powell farm.
In Center district, Gilmer county
tho Carnegie Natural Gas Company
has started a test on tho P. D. McElwee
farm. In'Clay district. Ritchie
county, the Texas Oil Company Is
down 1,500 feet on the W. H. Ridgeway
farm and fishing. In West Unior
district, Doddridge county, the Cartel
Oil Company is building the rig fori
test on the John Freeman farm. In
Clay district, Ritchie county, the (Hope
Natural Gas Company has a five-barrel
pumper at its test on the Mary
Pribble farm.
In New Milton district, Doddrodge
count, J. T. Trainer Is hauling rig
timbers to a location on the G. Chap
man farm. In Ten Mile district, Har.
SPECIAL NOTICES __ _______
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
At the January. 1920, Rules, held
in the Clerk's office of the Circuil
court, in and for the county of Marion,
and state aforesaid, January 7th
1920, tho following order was entered:
Marcellus A. Jolliif, Plaintiff, vs
Jamison Coal & Coke Company, a corporation,
and The Union Trust Company,
of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a
.corporation. Trustee, Defendants.?
Law.
Object of Suit
The object of tbe above styled' suil
is to recover, and'to obtain judgmem
for and oh behalf of the above named
Marcellus A. Jotllff, Plaintiff, of and
i rum tnu uoovp namea jatnison ejoa;
; & Coke Company, a corporation, and
The Union Trust Company, ot Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, a corporation
Trustee, defendants, an estate In fee
simple absolute, In and to all that certain
Nino foot or Pittsburgh Vein ol
coal in, upon and under that certain
tract of land, lying and being In LlnIcoln
district of Marion county, Weal
j Virginia, on the waters of Plum run
j and bounded and described as follows.
to-wlt:
Beginning at a Beech stump or
bant of Plum run, corner to 1. J. Bell
and running thence S. 46% E. 18%
poles to a stump abovo the road;
thence S. 77 E. 43% poles to a stone
and pointers in drain; thence N. 11%
E. 39% poles to a poplar; thence S
72% E. 17% poles to a stone; thence
IN. 12 E. 67% poles to a stone; thence
I vr BAl/ lir eoi/. 1?
1-*. iv/3 oor* poies 10 a slump;
thence X. 7% E. 29% poles to J. 0.;
thence N. 34% E.47 poles to a C. O.;
thence X. 23% E. 20% poles to a dogwood;
thence X. 45 E. 41%. poles to a
hickory, corner to Hayden & Jollilt;
thence S. 3 W. 65% poles to a stone;
thence S. 51% E. 39% poles to a
I chestnut; thence S. 6% W. 52% polet
to hickory stump; thence S. 07% E
54 poles to a stump; thence S. 12 W
188 poles to two poplars; thence X,
11 E. 66% poles to a stake; thence
S. 88 W. 104 poles to tf-Sycamore al
the creek; thence X. 42% W. 28 poles
up the creek; thence X. 28 W. 10%
poles up Plum run; thence X. 83%
IV. 4% poles up Plum run; thence N,
37 W. 26% poles up Plum run; thence
X. 19 IV. 9% poles up Plhm run to the
beginning, containing 134 acres and
49 poles.
And fully set out and described in
the declaration filed In said suit, and
also to obtain damages therein to the
amount of Ten Thousand (810,000.00)
Dollars.
An affidavit having been mado and
filed that the said Jamison Coal &
Coke Company, a corporation, and The
Union Trust Company, of Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, Trustee, are non-residents
of the stato of West Virginia, it
i Is ordered that the sa'd Jamison Coal
I & Coke company, a corporation, and
The Union Trust Company, of Pitts!
burg, Pennsylvania, Trustee, do api
pear wltbin one month from tho first
I publication of this hrder, In the Clerk's
I office of our said Circuit court, at
i Rules to bo holdep therefor, and dq
lllshed once each week for four consecutive
weeks.
CLARENCE CURRET, Clerk.
LESS EXPENSIVE
FIRE INSURANCE
! We Give Full Protection for
Approximately
ONE-HALF
of what you are new paying
Municipal Mutual
Insurance Co. of W. Va.
(home Office: Wellsburg, W.Va.)
Cfrtl
M. J. Lantz,
I 506 FIFTH ST PHONE 277 W
' }} yfir , ' "l . f[
Irlct, Marshall county, th" Manufa*
turers Gas and Electric Company i
fishing at 1,800 feet on the J?me
Dixon farm and Guy Patterson has
rig completed on the William Davi
farm.
Grain and .Produce.
CHICAGO, Jan. 24.?Prospects tha
j the stoppage of cast-bound grain ship
pings would sood be ended bad a bull
ish effect yesterday on tbo corn mur
;ket. Prices closed strong. !%{: 2V,
net higher with. May. J1.35%?1.3i9
and July, Jl.33eH.33U. Oats ggint%(i>l%r.
In provisions the finis
j varied from 17c decline to 5c ad
vance.
Articles. Oprn. Clos'
Corn?
January Jl.42% 81.481
May 1.33% 1*351
July 1.31*4 1.33
Oal3? >
May 81% _ .83
; July 75 .75"
Pork? .
, / January ! 39.00
May 38.90 39.05
t
SPECIAL NOTICES
notTcTof^to cl< h oCd e r s ~
meeting.
The Annual meeting of the stock
1 holders ot Fairmont Building an
Loan Association will be held in th
! offices of said association. Profe:31oi
i al Building, Cleveland avenue, Fai:
i mont, Marlon county, West Virginl:
i between the hours of 7:00 p. m., an
9:00 p. m.. Tuesday. February 3n
1920. being the first Tuesday of sal
I month, for 1he purpose of electing
> Board of Directors for the ensuln
i year and for the transaction of an
t uuier uusioees wnicn. may legally X
i brought before said meeting.
- FAIRMONT' BUILDING AND LOA
ASSOCIATION.
! By J. M. Hartley, President.
Jan. 23-31
r ? ?
SPECIAL NOTICES
I NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE.
By. virtue of a certain deed of trui
l executed by Virginia M. Saunders an
- W. M. Saunders, her husband, date
l the 20th day' of Docember, 1917, t
i Harry Shaw, trustee, which is recorc
> ed in the office of the clerk of th
County Court of Marlon County, We
Virginia, in Deed of Trust Book N<
44, at page 114, (default haying bee
made In the payment and fulflllmei
; of the terms and stipulations tbdrel
, specified and the undersigned belt]
> notified and required by the sestt
quo trust or beneficiary in said trus
to make sale thereunder), the undei
signed Trustee on the 2nd day <
I February, 1920, at the front door c
the Court House of Marion Count;
at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., or a
ruuit martaiier as may do. will one
for aale and will sell at public auctioi
to the highest bidder, all tb? followin
described real estate, that is to 3ay:
All of that certain tract of lan
situate in Grant district, Mario
County, West Virginia, adjoinln
. lands of William H. Manley an
others and bounded as-follows: B(
ginning at a stone corner to iHarriso
Manley and in line of Harriet I
. Manley, and running thence with fiv
; lines of Harrison Manley S. 2 1-2 V
1 00 1-2 poles t> a stone in the road
[ thence with said road S. 83 W. S an
I 2-5 poles: thence leaving said road !
I 17 1-4 id. 51 1_2 poles to post"; Phone
N. 78 1-4 E. 17 and 2-5 poles to post
, theme S. 1 1-2 E. 66 poles to point
i era in Rlnehart line; and thence wit
a line of snme N. 82 E. 30 poles t
! chestnut oak, thence with another t
i said Rmebart's lines and a line '<
Jamer T. Morris N. 53 1-2 E. 1
; poles to chestnut oak'(gone), a cornt
, to Robert Howe, and thence with fit
lines of raid Howe N. ? W. 26 1poles;
N. 20 E. 45 and^l.o poles t
WhiteOaK; N. 30 and 1-5 poles t
, sugar treo on Charley hill; thence f
16 W. 30 1-2 poles to near locust
thencs hi. 2 1-2 W. 36 and 2-5 pole
I to states rnmet* to PtnrHAl PI Mnr
ley and in line of said Lowe; thenc
. with lino of Harriet E. Manley >
I S3 1-2 W. 103 1-2 polos to the bt
i ginning. containing 110 acres and IS
poles.
Rut said land, will bo. offered fc
sale and will be sold subject) to a
the exceptions nnd reservations cot:
i tained in said deed of trust, to whic
reference is here now made, and 1
which said reservations and excel
t tions are fully set out.
i TERMS OF SALE.
Said_real estate will be sold upo
. the'following terms:
. I One-tbird of the purchase mone
II cash on day of sale; and the realdu
: in two equal payments in one and tw
i years from day of sale, with interes
| from day of sale; and the purchase
I will be required to give , his note wit
,' good personal security for the .defoi
i(red payments, and n vendor's lei
il'.vli! be retained in the deed to furthc
1 secure tbe said deferred payments.
IIARUy SHAW, Trustee,
i _________________
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| Phone 1494-M.
BEAUTY PARLOR
418 Deveny Bldg.
[ i Miss LiPorte, Proprletess
Hair Dressing, fascial massagln,
I, and manlcdrine, Scalp and facia
j treatment a Specialty.
' Appointments by Phone. Call 422-J
:
South Side Service Statior
Walter L, Fullward, proprietor.
Cor. 4th St. and Walnut Ave.
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Office
Residence
Batteries?Dynamos?Starting
Motors?Magnetos a
1 ; . . Ll."{
' tit mi U " 8ft ' >'. ifef-v- ?r
c ton 'is produrr.1 in the. states nl I
g Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. 1
k the finest coming from the chain of isl- >
a ends otf the Carolina coast It Is well
a named sea-Island cotton, as when !
grown away from the coast the flbet
rapidly degenerates -Into upland cot
- tomtnless seed grown In the Islands It
I j obtained for planting Bnccesslve crops
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: PQTOISUt DANCES
.. at the Masonic Temple
Every Wednesday and Saturday,
il Private JLicasons, 2 to 6?Class, !
It. 7:30 to 8:30?Dancing after 8:30.
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Fairmont and Grafton, b
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dl ing. Since getting out ou:
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jst location for river camp
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?ER SALE HAS BEEN A
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! FOR SALE?Doll piano is good condition.
Inquire too State street.
1-24-21-7200
'FOR SALE?Kitchen furniture. Api
ply lis HaymontLStreet.
\ l-23-2t?7196
FOR SALE?Roll top desk artl chair.
Good condition. Less than' half
price. Phone 149SJ. l-22-8t-7184
FOR SALE?Casn Registers. Small
payments. National Cash Register
Office, Clarksburg, W. Va l-l-26t-7069
help wanted^?male
WANTED?A few more sales peoplo,
male or female. Big money. Short
hours. Apply In person, Sunday or
Monday, Mr. Werst, No. 25 Yost
! I A --A- 9 ess -A ??*. ?
nyaiiiuuuui.
WANTED?Experienced male cooks.
Palace Restaurant, 123 Main Street
l-22.4t?fi88.
WANTED?Young men for , Railway
Mail Clerks, 2110 month. Experience
unnecessary. For free' particulars
examinations, wrlto R.- Terry
(former Government Examiner), 396
Continental Bldg., Washington, D. C.
l-23-6t-7194
HKlif y/rthiTEO?CEMALfi
[WANTED?Girl for general
work. No laundry. Phone 1656.
. 1-21-41-7181
EARN 95 to 310 weekly- addressing
mailing circulars, spare time at
home; Instructions 10c. Barrett Mailing
Co., 625 Twenty-eighth street, Detroit.
Mich. l-24-lt-7198
WANTED?Girl to cook and help with
housework. Phone 1365-M.
l-24-3t-7201
~ AUTOS-AND ACCESSORIES "
FOR SALE?One 1918 Ford Touring
; car. A-l condition. One 1918- Baby
Grand Chevrolet. All new Good-Year
Tires, extra never been on car. Run
only 6.000 miles. Painting same as
new. One five passenger Pullman In
extra good condition and exceptionally
low price. Phone or see M. D. Wllson.
Rlveavllle. l-22-;6t-7190
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| Fire Insurance, Bonding, Real
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I; J. Clark Miller, Mgr.
ij Phone 821-J. Hall Block,
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I Window Glass and Wlnds'nalda, J
Phone 842.M. 802 Gaston Avs
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Will Pay Cash for
LIBERTY BONDS
C. F. CRANE,
REAL ESTATE
Room 304 /Deveny Building,
Fairmont, \V. Vh.
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Phone 1290-J and make an api
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Formerly Forman Studio.
i
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227 Jefferson St.
Telephone 581. j
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New and' Second Hand
ADDING MACHINES
S. B. ELKINS.
Salea Agent
Home'Saving* Sldfl. Phone 38>
iBEST PRICES PAID
for all kizyfls of furs and hides.
Why send away your furs and get
less, when we pay you more right
her*?
MARION HIDE & JUNK CO.
330 Cleveland Ave. Phone .1267,
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Reduce "the high coBt of living"
by having your coat or suit remodeled.
Cleaning, pressing and
repairing promptly done.
^ ATHA TAILORING CO. '
216 Jefferson St.
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Kenyon Hotel Bldg.
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g Open from 6:30 A. M. to 10 P. It
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/ASMS FOB SALE
t"OK SiUJt?*7 acre farm near i
Ward, well.improred. or will aril ,1a
S acre lots. Also new * roam house Oil 1
Bast Pari. Stephen VansHder. ?<
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FOR RENT?5-room" furnished cbt:
511 E. Ferry, s|re?^. ^Phone 7
IFOR RENT-r-Furnlshed front room
for^genllemsn only. 510 Market
I FOR RENT?One furnished and ode
unfurnished room to deslraKTe couple
without children. ltSc'3{Uga
mond Street. l-23-2t?7195
Real Estate and Coal j I
PHONET233.
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SEE I. N. LOUGH
u you wSbi 10 uuy or oeu neat
Estate. Office Third floor of the
McKinney Bldg. (OTer Rowand's
store), .".IS Main street., with Chas.
W. Evans, Insurance Agent. ,
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GEORGE H. BROBST ]
Real Estate
Professional Bldg.
Phone 17. Res. 365-M
Real Estate
Insurance II J II
Auto Trucks'
If J. W. BOYERS, fPhone
1034 and 36-R -I
Room 14 American Building. .
J Graduate under the Pounder. |
J DR. P. H. MILLER
Osteopathic Physician
309-310 Deveny Bldg.
j. PHONE 1197.
A. B. SCOTT
OPTOMETRIST AND .OPTICIAN.
Wo Grind Lenses.
conwr znsin wnu <jeuoi?on ?w.
Over Mountain City Drug Store.,
' Hours, 8 to.6; Saturday eve.. 0:110.
DR. A. B. SMITH I
OSTEOPATHIC' PHVSUIAN and.
KVK SPECIALIST. ' >.;fc
Glasses of all klndB correctly fitted
Satisfaction guaranteed.
HALL ISLOCK
Orcr Martin's Drag Store.
! f 1' ' iffi.
Hauling of all kind*, Moving
household goods and pianos. Long
1 distance moving a specialty.
W. S. THOMA8._
Res. 316 Merchant St.?Phone 34Q,
Office 116 Cleveland Ave.?Phone 8
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! SATTERFjTELD TAXI J
x-r umproerv icc
314 Washington St.
A BATTERY TO FIT ANY CAR ] . jj
Repairs oo all Make Batteries
WALTER D. BELLEwJ j
AUTOMOBILE ELECTRIC SHOP*!
310 Washington St. Phone 133-R. f
| F. A. BARTHOLOW
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Moving a Specialty.
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su wamington or.
Residence Phone BOd-W.yj
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. A good place to have your Auto J
Repairing done.'
; Near 2nd St. at rear of T. M C. A. L f|
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AMERICAN TAXI COMFANT^S
Fairmont, W. Va.
335 Washington Street.
Prompt Service. Day and Night j
Special attention to ruMtaKB
Phone 87. V. I. Caldara. Prop, j
Three of the flneat care .always ]
he Job.
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Retu ,?C Home Safely
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i Closed Taxi, Call !?8*.K or ' >|fi
at McC,ray's New Garage
410 Hull Allay
< LOTT AUSTIN
j ^ 210 MADISON 8T I
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