- nis !
steps erer proposed by West
gpllia-farmers is now being planWest
Virginia Farm BoBnMb
Federation, which now repreBGpmanare
then 15,000 arm era. This
W ithe eooperattre baying ot ail the
Bfrjtfafllasr toed by these 15.000 tomHan
and the cooperttire handling ot
jjffcthe wool produced among this
^HESatyetr, the total fertilizer tonMyffffg*
for this state was in excess ot
HsKotttons. Moch of this was bought
HMMgh the rarious county farm bu grinsu
4t sayings orer the usual reHwttptioe
of at least 54 a ton. HowMBjsr
theState Federation has been
MKmai?etb% negotiations with the ferIlFjfftls
manufacturer! which indicate
gBfat the price obtainable as a stateBtMde
proposition will be at least }1.50
Sarton cheaper than the best prices
jEKst-Oonld be had by county farm buMSeaus,
MHXhe wool is to be handled by the
Hwtate Federation on a five per cent
HBfouanissloa at Baltimore, this amount
KBto coyer grading the wool when colR&aseted
at a central point in each
ffiMunty, storing the wool six months,
Qbsarlng it at full xalue, and bearing
Mpaexpenses after reaching Baltimore,
lu.. wwmwted at time of shipment.
. Fine wool In
led at Wheeling
: on a 4 1-2 per
to the fact that
aded at Wheelnse
te to do the
and led throngh
11 he sent to
and weigh the
has been sent
r farm bnrean
le meeting ol
s of the Fed,
Jane IS, at
will be given
mittee of the
IMPS** time we nope 10 mne
SEramtements ill regard to the bandar
of the wool of the farm bureaus
Boa also the purchase of commercial
t^^Sr^srd to the wool proposition
BfaCUwa time, everything seems to be
'.fe 'ln the ait The wholesale buyers
K West Virginia claim that they are
nSf.yet ahle-to name a price and conEJJmjently
no country dealers will bf
fv; wvely to name a definite price nnggBSw
tttwould be a very safe one for
' Sem. I feel that where the country
EP^raier will pay a fair price, that they
' Should really have the business; but
F sfr" we can usually receive more
' for" al commodity at wholesale than
: ?' w>mn, 1 see no reason why it would
Hot insure to the benefit of the wool
t^CWrowcra, if the wool could be sold diKclCet
to the wholesale dealers. We
RjSl'Aavo asked that these wholesale dealSt
'Ss and 8 representative to our meeting
at Morgantown June 18. and be
-r'orepared' to make a proposition for
se^Gndltng the wool for the entire farm
Heli'imoomi nf the state. The Extension
StttJXrigioE las already taken the matfthlw
np with some of the wholesale
? -dealers, and they seem to be anilons
jt&ilfc maie such a deal Please notify
dl?. nee<* ^88d Fumtnre to sn>
1 ply oar old store, comet Jacksoa
h'T\and Jefferson streets. Tou oeled
| pet Pnmture from, our New store
Monroe Street Let us ex
: I change. We also repair or store
j&v' p". You will find a complete line of
. * f furniture, carpets, stoves, paints
Land Trail paper at oar new store, 221
If:: See Denham First Co.
. 221 Monroe Street
I f Good Newj
|J for the
K Substantial I
pi 'Small Siz<
Kit For the man who-use
Map dollars on each tire?anc
I Tires in these times of tl
Pti: H. C. Hixenbangh, Mgr.
1 V ' \ / r::,
ITve MACS A ROUGH SK
bp -rue ruxxz plan, /
Fro CUT DOWN ON BUtLl
COST WC'<-c HAve to
IKE *P1 Nl N<?jgc|jQgr
the wool growers of your county
tbrougn your farm clubs and county
papers that such a movement Is on
"The fertilizer situation is in a
very precarious condition at this
time. A great many manufacturers
daim that they have no fertilizer in
stock and none in sight and in order
to insure to the farmers a supply of
fertilizer for fall nse, we deem it
| Get in the
AT A REASOI
We have a pretty food at
for men, women and chil
For Men For Boys
at $1.25. at 50c
to $3.50 to $1.98.
Oririnitore and Leaden o
All Week 1
s small size'^res this is ago
. .. .? i
[ that means something wnen
he H. C. L
D STATESAND GOODYEA
1^1 l/i/SCCj U/H6R6
'INfrfr* tVlt-t- <vG
?/ n'^ a 'rooch l
necessary that steps be taken at once.
We have therefore requested a num
ber of manufacturers to meet with
tbe executive committee June IS, to
submit propositions to us. You will
j therefore bear in mind that this matiter
will have due consideration, and
; in order that we may have something
(tangible to present to these bidders
I you would greatly oblige us if you
would name approximately the numSwim
sortment of Bathing Suits
Idren at the following low
For ladies' Trunks
at $2.50 at -35c
to $5.00. and 50c.
f Low Prices in Fanmt
od chance to saro several
i it comes to buying new
Br of too* of add phosphate that1
our comfy win seed.
?<??*? or oaorHkfetsta
Uch yoa an intonated in yoer
osntj, in which alii oioeuUte comdttee
can kelp yoo, I shall he Terr
lad to bate yon present them. What
e want abore ererythinj doe is to
ssder serrice to the tinners of the
tate and this can only be done by
euty co-operation of the coenty
irm bnreans with the numbers of
le execntire of the state federaon."
Benjamin H. Ice, an employe In the 1
'(flees of the Hope Natural Gas com- ;
any here for scleral years, has reigned
his position to take effect
hoot August first and arm engage in
he insurance business.
Attends Contention. 1
Boss M. Tarner represented the
lannington Lodge, Protected Home
r"S A HAI
never saved I
simply by oft
as is to offer
T<HIS important i
1 by tke KAUI
growing in moment
popular approval 1
One of tbrSpec
I HanyiKrt&Mt'tf tqwn
people attended the card party at the
Bartlett hotel last evening. The event
K*s given by the Book elob -of thin
fcity. and vaa one of the aeaion's leading
member of the American forces overwas
in the late war. has weired no- j
dee of a government monthly stipend i
warded tor injuries in his shoulder.
Miss West Entertains. !
Miss Betty West was hostess to a !
lumber of her friends at a moonlight '
picnic at her home in Sunshine on
Thursday night. The hours srere en- '
ioyably spent in playing games, after 1
which refreshments were served.
Prayer Circle Meets.
The Girls' Prayer Circle met at the
home of Miss Louise Beamns in High i
jtreet last evening. - i
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christy and ehil____________________
PPY TASK we are pi
fie from a hundred r
before. Times like t
fc are not trying to
snog mercnanaisc en
die merchandise eve
<ery Day WePui
mtlessly on agains
ever before to bi
noremcnt was fist started
- ? ?a Tvwyrv _
'MANrt d untie-score id
has never lagged?it. is still
am. It has met with such
jccausc Ksufaiaon & Baaing
its real worth.
adrThiti* Striking A F
his Phenommd Sale of 1U
3 m smm
WUWtfVK^Iilic ifflr5/ WfdVlllH
j*d&Wmh i/ftd" ii
ffl. __ jt -i?M.?_ il /^ - _ .
' i ' ''-X'
fren, of Keyser, are here for a vistM
with the former'* parents, Mr. and 1
Mrs. E. W. Christy In Pyles avenue.
OUrer Cook, of Cameron, was a ]
trainees visitor In the dor yesterday. 1
Frank Lfllie has gone to Bellalre, .
Ohio, on a short business visit.
Charles Shriver- leaves tomorrow
for a visit with his brother, Clarence ]
Shriver, in Akron, Ohio.
J. Turner Koen was a business visitor
in Fairmont yesterday.
?r ir.it.. T V._ v._ v.. ' 1
airs. irsiicf u ir"" uos reiiumu
from i visit with her sister in Dor-l
mont. Pa. <
Francis Stewart Jr., Is filling the j
place at the American Express company's
office during the absence of
Mr. Varner. ;
Hyman Kaplan, of Baltimore, formerly
of this city, is a risotr here for
i few days.
Gerald Ward has returned to his
home in Clendenmn after a visit with
Mrs. George Ward, of Clendennin.
who has been visiting here, has gone
to Morgantown, where she will visit
her daughter, Miss Gladys, a student
at W. V. 0.
George E. Burton, of East LiverjgHj
i Still Go.
erforming these daysoiles
around to save
hese call for wise sp
"bait" people into rei
eap. The task that w
ryone MUST have '<
t New Life Into
t high prices?del
ing prices down
r*VEKT day we present
l-' blows, money-saving o
within reach of Pittsburgh,
afford to miss. The entir
"specials" each one a drawi
important than the other.
ferticdarly Hard Bow A
(en's "Cammejrer" SbewIteJ&dEver
_ _ -TmtOdM
toe uvfcitwiu fokttii eho?
UK IMrllWIII 1 ItilC'mJjjm UWy f
j, x; **
tool, Ohio, was * basinets visitor ben
"jStaDorotby Ward, of Wecton, Ii
isi tint btf aunt, Mrs. Oscar E. Hayes
Mix. Jeterys. Miss Emma Bartleti a
ind Mix F. W. Bartlett were *ue?tr$
if friends In Wheeling this week.
F. P. HcGm is a bnsinm Tiator to
lUibarfl tor a few dan.
Ox the BageCOotetra
dissolred the peart to
-Spimitld!" exclaimed JUre Anxmj.
"But you cooldn't afford it it |
ron wen mnaln* this boat with pa>line
iartad of man ycwer.*?Wajh.
f\I V[ **" (!<* ? *??? > T?
Mountain City Draj Co.
Han Drnj Co.
as they have . 4
ckless buying 1
re have before |
it prices that
.ermined as j
newprioMtdadfiaf H sl
ppertuiiocs no one,
, should miss?
e store teems wjtt II ^
og ard?each voire
4 ififirOastmii | j
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