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11 III ^ III II
Hearst, got togetner in necu
Hall.
Representatives from the Not
Partisan League and the Gover
ment Ownership League are sea
ad in the Forty-elghters' convci
Uon. And representative! of tl
."World War Veterans. Triple A
.lttnee, National People's Leagt
lad Parmer' National Council a:
on the job.
'Candidate talk among Port;
#t?*t MAtstAfori on TjlPa
cent of subscription)
'aluc of banking house, owned a
" incambereri
dirful reserve with federal I
j Bank
fesfjn vault and net amounts d'.
/ national banks .
fet amount due from banks, b
and trust companies In the
.. States (other than inclut
Items 12.1J. orH) ...,
becks on other banks in the sat
or town as reporting bank
-than Item 16) .?
" Total of Items 13.14,15.16
hecks on banks located outsld*
or town of reporting bank an
cash items _....
ledemption fund with U. a. I n
and due from C. S. Treasure
nterest .earned but not collscte
* proximate?on Notes and B1
. celvable not past due
Total
liabilities.
Tapital stoek paid in
irplus fund
il proHts
nd discount collected or
i advance of maturity a
Hi?(approximate)
g notes outstanding
nts due to national bant
nts due to banks, banke
companies In the United
foreign cotlntries fothe
ded in Items 19 or 30).
thecks outstanding
checks on'own bank ou
of Items 29. 30. 31, 32
eposits (other than ba
) subject to Reserve (d
ile within 30 days):
deposits subject lo che
t of deposit due in les31
(other than for mont
) ;
unpaid '
lemand deposits (othi
deposits) subject to H
3d, 35. 36, 37. 38, and
dts subject to Reserve
ter 30 days, cr subject
r more notice, and post
of deposit (other th
borrowed)
deposits
total of time deposit) subject
serve, Items 40, 41, 42, and
other than those abcvi
serve Pond
gSK
, Total
labilities for rediscounts with 1
(see Item Id)
Total contingent llabllitles(55 a, 1
lag Items In Schedule 23 of i
' Of the total loans and disc
rhleh Interest and discount was
jenntttedbylaw (Sec. 6197, Rev.
91 iu cavcvu uv vcu
:h loans was S.
Virginia, County of
lard Hall, Cashier o
e above statement 1
d and sworn to bef<
on expires Febnrar
- I
UJgUkCiB VSUkV'v? VH ??- I
^FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Yy ' BANTS
ll' Charter Xo. 9645.
Report op the conditio:
p .bask at FAIRMONT IX
|| at the CLOSE OK BCSIX
RESOl'RCES.
Rouu and discounts, including
r^r
'Total loans
Deduct:
Notes and bills rediscounts! wit
eral Reserve Bank $7!
Overdrafts, secured, none; uns
$218.01 -
D. S. Government securities own
Deposited to secure circulation
bonds par value)
Owned and unpledged
Total ti. S. Government sccu
Other bonds securities, etc.:
Securities, other than U. S. bom
including stocks), owned a
pledged
Total bends, securities, etc., othi
; C. S.
Stocks, ether than Federal Hcserv
stock
nf FoHnral T?P?;prvP Bank I
^ 'iWnu rfliiiL
I' these Days
W. By EOWARD M. THIERRY,
M N E. A. Staff Corrtaponient
r "CfilCAOO, July 13.?A chap h
[ to witch bis step u uocago
t ball stumble over s politics! co
f .Tendon. They're spread all ov
to .the place, all listed under the ge
I er?l heading "Third Party"?b
enough to nuke bait a doien ne
i-SForty-elghters are in the Mo
I rlaon Hotel assembly hall. They''
-.got to select a party name as we
u a presidential ticket
Labor Party delegates are me?
litX ont on the West Side ia Ca
men's HtlL
jlfcgle Tax Leaguers- art mee
qm the Auditorium. The Ame
i lean Constitutional Party, whit
; genuflects to William Randoli
tben on injwioifof iaiclr ton
- ?took cleu. toward-awy Fw
when Cbaler L. Hoffman, dele
SDeSb# and uncorked t Ford boon
ShrtnUnf-Tiolet candMjtes bat
Third irnbitjoni, too. Fin
Am la TViald O DnarH 11
I VI uwu ? 1AI1U ft*
! Bridgeport. Cons. He doesn't be
: Here to biding bis Ugbt under
re bushel or anything else. He'
j distributing full-page literature.
jj*l
! The eheet 1* he."*'.''
( Three." Beneath are portraits o
Abraham Lincoln, ueorjc n .>?*
i innton-and Beach!
! He admits he's Lincoln's sue
I ? 1*U? Bi.o.uJ Mrs Ts'Mlfi
S "B^T^bTthe Peo
pie's President of tie Cnlte<
j States In 1321!"
Political headquarters of hug'space,
regiments of typewriter
. ; and flamboyant signboards an
absent at the Third Party circus
r- A. F. of L. meeting rooms suffia
r<* for the Labor Party. And to
ill Forty-elghtera' reception room !i
the Morrison Hotel Is Just om
it- room. It contains a cot. a sofa, i
r- dozen chairs, three typewriters, i
I match tray, three ypewrlert. acn
t-! match tray, a cuspidor, and i
r-' cresser?on which reposes :
:a | rraaiea portrait ot nomj rum.
r- i Third Party delegates of man:
1' shades of liberal and radical be
I
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
TATEMENT
Itftierre District So. 5.
S OF THE PEOPLES XATIOXAI
THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA
ESS OX Jl'XE 30, 1920.
: rodis
11,324.127.85 ?
J 1,224,127.85
h Fed1.750.00
79,730.00 1,114,377.8;
ecu red,
318.01
ed:
(D. S.
200,000.00
61,823.42
ritics.. 261.825.42
Is (not
nd un
350.881.43
;r than
350,881.43
e Bank
83.048.00
50 por '
7.200.00 7,200.00
ind un
65,000.00 65,000.00
?ncorrf?
37,970.33
ic from
354.64S.63
ankers.
Unite!
J?1 in
- II 1:6.00
me cite
(other
Id.54S.00
and 17 . 2S7.S62.69
of city
d other
1 7.664.S4
sasurer
?r ' 10,000.00
to Be43
758.623.40
? its ted ?Special Be
5,000.00
3 2,326,844.57
Federal Reserve Bank
79,7 50.00
>, e. and 1) (not Inelnd eport)
I 79,7 50.00
ounts shown above, the amount on
charged at rates in excess of those
Stat) (exclusive of notes upon which
ts was made) was 5160,000.00. The
Marion, ss:
(the above named bank, do solemnly
is true to the best of my knowledge
C. RICHARD HALL, Cashier,
ire me this 10th day of July, 1920.
JESSE C. WRIGHT, Notary Public,
r 19th, 1926.)
rect?Attest:
J. M. BROWNFIELD,
GEO. E. AMOS.
H. J. HARTLEY,
>. Directors.
\
r-lr'-it ;v' . >.*>K.
d?ap:11s
Re
4.SOO.OO
I $ 2.326.S44.57
J 3 390.000.00
40.000.00
30.317.S0 30,317.53
credited
not
. 7.800.00
131,600.00
;s 8,100.68
ts, and
I States
:r than
1,559.21
. 5,437.47
tatanri.
3.342.10
and 33 18,439.46
nk deeposits
clc 1.070.523.95
ban 30
y bor3,462.17
6,078.00
?r tban
lescrve,
39 1,080,064.12
(payat
to 30
tal savnn
for
504.115.57
219.507.83
e MUM account! at cmtrenlloni.
1 Suj arc "trarelta* light." A !
i- tanner iron Artauuu, enooratera
ed inthe corriddr, carried his bag- ]
l gage right with him?a pair of ]
steel-rimmed spectacles and a tooth i
e brnit sticking out of his breast
if n#wV?t
J ' M " jj
; Realty Deeds Are j1
>. Filed fpr Record j
??? i
The following deeds hare been
filed with County Clerk A. G. Martin:
t
Mary A. Boydoh and husband to t
Pearl Boydoh, a parcel of land in t
the town of Monongah in Grant ?
district. Consideration, $10.00. a
I ==
An Annsii
Iran a naxiv/t
Of Importance to Fain
I wish to announce t
and patrons and to the j
have taken over the Ids
ment right across from 1
expect by giving prompt:
hold my old as well as to
. and patrons to my busirn
The Ideal
W. S. TOPPIN
| Cleaning, Dyeing, Remod
Special
H
jj Opposite Y. M C. A.
Building M
Dependable
I 1
I The durability of your bui
| upon the quality of the
i construction that even-'
?a.,] Jtrt Crtlrtrtflft
|g| U5CU tU glUUU iU> acfictuu
; way is to buy here wfcer
* Guaranteed.
;
| "CALL U!
; DMorses Boi
| Fairmont, TV. Va.
i
|
! Sosdyear Rubber
j $20,000,000 7% CumiUal
$10,000,000 Con
The first time YOU h
j ty to purchase the Commi
i year Tire and Rubber 'Coi
I solutely safe investment i
sured. The Goodyear peop]
j est manufacturers of tires
12% Cash Dividends;
570% Common Stock.
7% Annual Dividend i
Goodwill, Patents, etc
?64,000,000 earning
business.
Offered in 2 SHARES OF
Blcks of Three 1 SHARE OF
YOUR TIME IS
!' The present issue of Coodyesr
few days. This Issue positively c!
July 15. or sooner if sold out
Circular on
RIOT, R0SEI
Investment S
510 Union Nation:
Clarksburg, W. Va,
???BMP??WW?
Srace efu/w
JertHarr. 12,700. - .
'Isaac-J. Bice to John T. Staaiagen,
a parcel of land la the rfl-l
age of Jajresae: Consideration. |
(1.500.
j Whahflfh J. Eioe. huband et
iL, to John F. Stanhagen, a parcel
if land hi the Tillage of Jayenne.
Consideration. (200.
Adam Spernandio and wife to
tott J. Canjar. a parcel of land In
Lincoln district. Consideration,
1500.
m
A prominent British artist sirs
hat in the perfect band of a wocan
the third finger is longer than
he first, or index finger, while in
. man the perfect proporations are
i longer first finger than the third.
? 1
incement
ont Men and Women.
5 my many old friends
rabic in general that I
il Tailoring Establishi
_ xr nf r K T S
Dne I. Jli. Vr <*uu x
aid efficient service to
add many new friends
2SS.
I Tailors I
G, Manager.
eling and Repairing a
ty
Ph?ne 1252'J |j
|
I
I
aterial of j
s Quality !
Iding depends so much J
material used in the j
"precaution should be j
n. The easy and safe !
e Quality is always |
5 UP."
ft 5 ft. i
1 Sllfpf (I.
Phone 444
f
? r
Sfsck at Par
ive Preferred Stock
iraon Stock,
ave had an opportuni>n
Stock-of the Good- !
mpany. This is an ab- f
vith big dividends as- ['
e are the world's larg- |i
in thp wnrM
annually since 1908.
Dividends since 1900.
)f Preferred Stock,
carried at $1.00. i
reinvested in their ,
' PREFERRED FOR
COMMON. $300.
I LIMITED
Stock will ibe sold out in a
oses at mid night Thursday,
Request
IIS & SMDY
ecurities.
d Bank Bid?.
Phone 1225-R.
F.E. Nichols |
Insurance |
===== $i
, Masonic Temple, j|
J Room 206. '?
Phone 909-R. jj|
amasmaaas
' ..
The Mi'nL *
buflding %
medical school in Pett#.
^ f j '
The first electrically welded ship
ever built In Prance was launched
recently at Caen. '
A Sick Liver?
takes all tie Joy oat of life?
makes you cross, nervous, lacsold;
unfit tor business or pleasnre.
Too can not be cheerful
when yonr llrer is sick. No other
remedy will help yonr liver back
to health so quickly and thoroughly
as
oil la
50 Tablets !5 cents
Refinish Your
Motor Car
?
Before the spring days
come is a good time in
which to refinish your automobile.
A few years ago tt "was generally
thought that the refhiishtag of a
car was a difficult task?that It
was foolish for anyone to think of
doing the work himself.
I
But thousands of cars are heing
rofinished by owners all over tne
country and the results are pleasing
and satisfactory.
inatmii-tfiLums
AUTO
ENAMELS
are manufactured to meet the demand
for a protective finish for
motor cars which will give the long
est wear and the greatest satisfaction.
There is a great variety of
colors and shades from which to!
choose?you can finish your car in;
colors of your own selection.
Stop in at our store and get an j
Automobile Enamel color card? j
a.n. nitv. MO ?)v? rpMni?Mne
lAift U*C> "iiu ua * * *? " *? oj
of your car.
Fairmont Wail Plaster Co.
Retail Dept. Jac0bl B:dg'
=r='
:?I
BELLVIEW BELGIAN '
WARF PARRTTRY
JL A.T1.J VU xvi. *. *? ?
F. T. O'Bierne & Sons,
Praps.
210 Bellview Ave.
Phone 1510-J.
FAIRMONT, W. YA. '
Breeding Rabbit a
SpecialtyRaf?c
fh? nos* populr.r h"?H
of RABBITS for pleasure and
profit. llhiAj.A;. hA.?i.
We have BLUE BLOOD slock.
, stock that is pedigreed aua
registered, as well as stock .1
that Is no: registered.
We make a specialty of Breed- ,
iag. Ship your rabbits to our
rabbltry and have them bred '
RIGHT to our RDFDS RED i
BELGIAN" HAKES.
' ? - -- *? *?.? ,
Write or pnone us lu, j -v..
breeding. also for sound information
as to care and feedins
Of BELGIAN HARES^ I
Write for price list of cater ,
and feed crocks fproper kind) :
and hay racks for rabbits.
i
! ENTERPRK
THE number of local profes1
slonal and business men
who realize the value of this
special advertising section in
The West Vlrgsitan will also
appreciate this new tjpogra- j J
pbicsl arrangtpnent. It Eiv6s !
our readers a better opportunity j
to find what they want and j
makes this space far more valuable
to those wno use it for
ineir wvctiuwwvM-n ^
for a good lunch and guick
sontcp, try us. We also prepare
lunches to take with you Ice
rr'as!.-cosfeaiosery ard tobao
ro. tnedeoanns oc draught.
JOHN NOCE I
934 EAST PARK AVE
HARVEFS j
"A Place to Eat"
i
Kenyan Hotel Bid?.
314 Madison St
0. CORNELL, |
Electrical Shoe Repairing. :
AH work done at a reasonable
nrice wtfle voir wait. Come and
yon will be satisfied.
502 6th St, Near Fairmont Ave.
J|J
i
First Ward Shoe Shop
John Puzznto, Prop- \
Try ns and yotyv*i try no other j
204 Market Street '
: |1
, - ?
{( CLASSIFIED
i
Telephone twit t a* ??
the west vlbgwuv. Phot*
11K, not. 1107. uhotkfcnl 4cpartiwot.
ClanlCcd ad> ant be ill
tbii office before 9 e. sl. to Inroi* to crtion
in the classified column and
before 12, noon, to insure insertion in
the Late Want Ads.
SUB-STATIONS
For the convenience of those who can
not easily come to The West Virginian
office to place their clsisified advertisements.
the following sub-atalions
have been arranged lor. Classified
advertisements left at these stations
will receive the same prompt,
careful attention as if left in the office
of The West Virginian.
A. G, Martin Co^ Book Store
131 Mala Street.
Tenth Street Newt Stand.
Tenth Street and Virginia Ave
East Side News Co.
Market Street, First Ward.
limE HELP WASTED
WANTED?Good reliable^ man tc
l&Ke up our Tea ana unee route
In Fairmont and suburbs; very liberal
commission paid, pood opportunity
lor a man wanting to get
into the Tea business. Personal
bond and reference required. Address
The Great Atlantic & Pacific
Tea Co, 51 15th street, Wheeling.
W. Va. "-l?-3t-Si4i
CLERKS?(Men, women) IS upward.
(or Postal Mall Service.
(135 month. Examinations JulyAugust
Experience unnecessary.
For free particulars, write R. Ter-1
ry (former Civil Service Examiner)
396 Continental bide. Washington.
"-9-51?8423
FEMALE HELP WANTED
WANTED AT ONCE - Chambermaid.
McAlpin Hotel. 7-12-4t-S443
PERSONAL
MARRY FOR WEALTH, HAPPINESS?Hundreds
rich, attractive.
congenial willing to wed,
i\rte?nAr> nmitl %w TV*..
mui us rnai,. airs, uie ?um,
2216% Temple St., Loi Angeles,
Cal. 6-2(Mt-829i
MARRY, THOUSANDS CONGENIAL
PEOPLE, worth (rom $1,00?
to S50.00U, seeking early marriage:
descrfpllons. photos, introductions
free. Scaled. Either set. Send no
money. Address Standard Cor.
Club, Grayslalte, 111. 712-26t-8435
FOE SALE
FOR SALE?Two Jersey cows and
one heifer calf, live months old.
Call 592-11. T-13-2t-S44G
FOR SALE?Electric Ian. Call
ttOo-J. 7-10-31?*329 j
FOR SALE?Cash Resistors and |
Credit Files. Easy nayments. Na-j
ticr.al t'ash Register Company.
Clarksburg. W. Va. 2-13-tf?72S1;
?VtflTrt rn/inc .oTOie I
A U i U ?r-ouiioi. JiLUM
roll SAIiE; OR TRADE? Late
1515 Ford Sedan, ran 3,000
miles. A-l condition. Good tires.
Address bos S353 West Virginian.
7-T-Gt?8399.
FOR SALE-Rate Model Ford road i
3ter. Call "4-J 6-liO-Ot?S33S j
HtTulEsToFlALti i
FOR SALE?6room cottage. with
four lots. Front street. Eastj
Side. $3.500?S3Q0 cash balance to
' . l >1 r, OOO
sui" nurcaas^r. d. oiuuc*, a-u
Ssnaer street. Clarksburg, W. V'a.
7-I0-4L?S430.
_________________ - ;
5 JILDIHG" LOTS" POiT SALE;
FuR SALE?Three adjoining lots.!
finest home ioca'.ion in Fairmont!
-South Side. Write W. H. Losch.;
Jersey Shore, Pa. 7-l-12t?SH4T .
" WAITCED ' _ , |
WASTED?By August 1st. a^art-!
ment ot four or tire rooms, tarn-!
Ml. of nr? rhilrtrftn. ttf>f<?rence
giren. Address Box Si l.V West I
Virginian. M3-5t-S4<51
SVANTEEF?Sewing to do at home, j
SS2 Nuzam Placc.or phone S07-J.:
7-8-Gt-S409.
3ING FA1RMC
C.A.S.E. |
ELECTRIC COMPANY. ]
226 Cleveland Ave. j
Rear eh Slat: basK. i
If It's Electrical Work See Us.
Oka V. Bwishi'r F.-ank Everest I
Phone 1499.
' --I
FOR SALE
Three living rooms; store :
house 10x440, pool room lGxtO,
and a good well. Lot 180 ft.
front. 1VII1 sell for a little cash
and moirthlv ray as rent. Reason
for selling, going to Kentucky.
For terms see Amos
Bros., oter Dixie Theatre.
Masters of Disease
RULEY & TRPFS
Chiropractors,
306 jetfereon s*, I
Fairmont, W. Val
X-RAY PICTURES ONLY $5 00
Phone 1305.
DR A. B. SMTH
Osteopithie Phycic.an and Eye I
8pec'ali|t
Glasses of all klnda crrr^tly
fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed. !
HALL SLOCK
Over Martin's Djjfj Store. j
J
. A. R SCOTT I!
Optometrist and Optician.'
We Grind LenstL
Corner Main and ieforjon Sts,
Over Hoaatain City Dm; S'oro.
Hoars S to 5; Saturday eve, 9:30
"" I
The Multigraphing Co. j
Fac-Slmile Typewritten Letter*
In any Quantity. J
227 Jefferson St
Telephone 581.
i i
I4
' ....
-SPECIAL AI
rufcwiapfiu fiUVflW
! 11
! TWO BEDROOMS suitable tor on
or two. Pbone 1410. 7-13-It-8449
1 KOR RENT?barge nicely furnish,
ed front bedroom, 230 Watson
avenue or call 946J, 7-X3-2t-8450
FOB RENT?for women. two fun'
tsbed sleeping noma. 900 Loenst
avenue. 7-lft-2t?8328.
FOR RENT?Two furnisheded
ed rooms for light housekeeping.
' Fl.one 1146-M. M0-3t-S43I.
o.vrl NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
' with bath. Apply 030 Ogden
' avenue or phone 1581. 7-12-3t-S43S
; FURNISHED ROOMS FOR REM
' ?103 Merchant SL 7-I2-2t-S441
FOR ItENT?Light housekeeping
rooms. 503 Maryland avenue:
; Call 64-W. 7-13-2t-S448
I GOAL AMP rTBTRKE
| TENNESSEE OIL LEA^S Interrltory,
geographically approved,
from 50 cents to (5 an acre: continuation
great Southwest Kentucky
shallow sand field; free maps
oad reports. Write Temjokla Co.
Dlcison. Tenn. vai-zei-stf. i
FOR SALE ?Small (>'.ock of blgbj
grade Freeport and Mahonninf!
coal on railroad; has good location
for siding. Positively a high grade'
Viaperty-. Address Boi 8442 Wcsti
Virginian. ' 7-12-6t-8442
FOR SALE?Twenty rive acres 01
coal lands. Pittsburgh No. Eight
Vein. Mine ready to operate; close
to railroad at Cadiz. Harrison
.county. Ohio. A good proposition
for some one. Call on or write
Allen L. Adams. Cadiz. Ohio.
7-7-6t?8403.
COAL. OIL. GAS, TIMBER FARM
-Two veins coal, drift mines,
one partly open. 4-foot and 3-foot
coal, good roofs, take two weeks
to be put in operation, close railroad,
royally from 4 producing
wells, free gas for buildings, 4b
acres .of the nicest timber you
would ask for and 13" acres of land,
50 acres in good slate of cultivation.
finest kind of springs and
well water, residence of 8 rooms,
gas, painted, spduted. rodded, slat...J
knew ASvf.rt Chaanvs Yvom
UU, UUUA IMH U 1VAWV. kJUCbJ' WW*"
24x24. garage, machinery shed,
fine garden, and the finest orchard
and cherries, alums, pears, ,
grapes, peaches and quinces that
has been raised since they last ,
plowed the Garden of Eden, and
large lawn'with flowers; carries !
now S cattle. 5 horses. 6 hogs, 60
sheep, 200 chickens, 30 turkeys; 1
this equipment can be bought If ;
wanted; price for the farm Is f8500 1
and 83500 cash down will do the I
business and ready to get right up 1
and at 'cm. Timber is red oak, t
while cak, hickory and chestnut. I
The coal is of the best grade in the I
county. The gas wiil roast bread 1
or your feet. More wells to be I
drilled. Nothing reserved; gas
and oil lease turned over to bnver |
'Are you comiug. I should say," ,
"Be 50 hero in neit 10 days." _ ,
EARL MINN1S, Sandy Lake. Pa. ,
6-28-Ct?8327 ,
IEameTFOESALE 7. ]
OtymALl!^ :
Send for lists. 100 farms in Cal- I
loway county, Missouri, -with full .
description and price for each; in
Missouri's Pest grain and bleu grass
countv. Koontz & Palmer, Pulton,
Xo. 5-Al-A2t-7536 .
KOlt SALL?Fine Maryland farms. "
senile ana wen unyruteu,
stale having an eicellent climate, |
beautiful scenery and perfect roads.
Catalog on request. Pott3 k Griffin.
Realtors, Frederick. Md.
6-15-261?831" I
FOR SALE?Six. twelve or eighteen
acres of land, fronting on
Tygart's Valley river and reaching
Pleasant Valley Development,
two miles from court house. Apply
W. G. Faust, 107 Locust avenue.
7-10-5t-S432
SPECIAL NOTICE.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for construction
o! an addition to the Grant
Town school building will be received
at the office of C. H.
Snider, Architect, professional
Building. Fairmont, West Virginia,
)NT RSTARIJ
I Genera! Painting, Interior I!eco- |j
rating, Papcr-Hanging, and j
Hardwood Finishing.
Ph?ne 14S9-R 315 Rldge'ey Ave. !
WM. M. CUBBAGE I
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WILL PAY CASH
! For Liberty Bonds, Market price '
; Office .
17 Hayes Building
A. J. Hayes.
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, 1GEORGE
H BROBST |
Real Estate I
Professional Bldg.
Phone 17. Res. 365-M.
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SEE L.N. LOUGH
If joa want to buy or sell Real
Estate, Room 310 Professional
Bids., with Chas. IV. Evans, Inaunace
Afent.
_ ? _ _ - - Hauling
of all kinds. Moving
houaehold goods and pianos. 1
Long distance moving a spec- !
laity. i
W. S. THOMAS.
Res. 31o Merchant St. Phone 340
Off. 116 Cleveland Ave. Phones
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Plucking and patina Hnpalr- ( :
tog a Specialty.
264 Cietoisnd Ate. Office I'hone ;
47, residence pboc* 325-J. |
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? sraciAi xouceuntil
12 o'clock noon. oa OwiJlr
day of July MM. . rdgnliafl
Proposals ehstl bo cnrlosi6J?.:."g
an envelope addressed to tlg^hljp _ |
Itect and marked propesfejjnr M
Grant Town school bufldihg^fft" VS
Drawings and spedflcaOM'J
may be obtained at the.oCJJe'ol .ja
the Architect upon tmmMm
notice and in the dlscr*tioo>3 the. d
Architect. The Board .'oCEtea-'-'jfl
tion reserves the'right to accept or ^3
reject ar? or all proposals;'; { & -M
By order of Board of Education -J
of Paw Paw District, Marlon Couth- .1
ty, West Virginia. July 1M0.' .j J
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA^ M
Northern District of Wost'VlrvJB
In the United States DlstrifflioSri-i^
in and for said district -.- ''a
In the matter olD. R. Young, had , J
lng as MMntogwnJtecwta Bind- .
ruptcy.?Petition for Dischargei.*^
To the Honorable Alston 0. Day- jj
too, Judge of the DiStrict'Goum'iM
ot the United States for the 'j
Northern District of West Vtr- ..
county of Marlon, and state ot.'Jf
West Virginia, In said dlstrict^r*;^
spectfully represents that .on the fS
22d day of September, laat past he 3
was duly adjudged a bankrupt an- th?
Arm of PmrrMt TAtatfn* "4
to bankruptcy; that he hat-jJnly ^3
surrendered <11 his propertj'Snd:' -a
rights of property, and haa!5Hy -4
complied with >11 the requtrenK4t? .. ;'3
of said actB sod of orders-of thr j
court touching his banbuptsyv^ J
Wherefore,hepraysuathe-Biy' a
be decreed by the Court to hart a
full discharge from all debts pre
able against his estate "i^tr w'd --a
bankrupt acts, except such.
as are excepted by law front neb I
discharge.
Dated this 14th day of AmBTK
D. 1910.
D. R. TO0JfG>? ;1
B&nknipt :?|
Order of Notice Thereon.'1"" 3
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF WEST ' 3
VIRGINIA, SS;
On this Sth day of July, ~Al IX " S
1920. on reading the foregoihj^ i3|j
Ordered by the Court that' s
hearing be bad upon tbe sujepn <
the 19th day of August, A. D.1M0,
before said Court at Fairmont.in .
said district, at ten o'clock Iff,tin. ,
forenoon; and that notice tier*- ?
jf be published in Tbe West "tit
einian, a newspaper printed in..atld
district and that an known :credi- :
tors and other persons in tntfflpst g
may appear at .the said time and.,
place and show cause, if any'tlfrv ,
have, why the prayer of the Slid t>
petition should not be grants^', ', -y,
And it is further ordered by,the a
Court, that tbe clerk shall send fy. '
mall to all known creditors- beples .:
if said petition and this order, idiressed
to them at their plftceutf residence
as stated. SHHH
Witness the Honorable Susfiu-BHi
Davton, Judge of the saldjCbtnV 3
ind the seal thereof, at Clarksburg
in said district, on the 8th-day of i
July, A. D. 1920. T~?.
Attest;
A. T. BARRETT, CfatfcS Wj
D.S.D.C., N.D;WAfi : <
REAL ESTATE BJUttUtyfe J
ON MANNINGTON CAR UNf ' J
CHAS. L HUGHES M
Postofflce, Broomfleld, WTTfa
Residence, Salt Lint ?" ,
LEE & JONES TRANSFER J
Moving Household Goods aud' "r'T
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MVU6 ULBIOUKK nulling ' -a
A Specialty. ::ZZ?". s9
Cor. Jackson and Jefferson ws.- - -"3
FAIIM05T, -W. TO. ^ : .S
Business 58W; Res. 1048.lt
"Insurance That Insnca^jr. .'3
MILLER & MILLER M
Fire Insurance, Bonding,'Sil . *'j
Estate, Renting.
J. Clara Mills', Mgr _ f, ' %
Phone 821-J +UlFBk^tj. '.-.J
NICK LUPO^^AUTOHOB^-v
Comer Jeffsrson t JackwSK [MB
Jefferson St Entraao*. r
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