r ; UBi li U 111': uu r ICUllUb UL?. J.imuj
tey.' evening at a marshmallcw toast.
Sfh The guests were E-elyn L?agerty,
&.*. Mary . Harden. Lucile Mort,
Loradne Fleming. Virginia Ice,
B&g- Alfrotta Millet, Harvy Eenord,
&??? ,'< Junior Leeson. Paul Smith, Ernest
Hk&?.?J ones, Lawren Dawson. Delbert
la? ;Anderson, Arnold McDonald, Vern .
fcj; Miller and Luther Casad. Mrs.
John Smith and Mrs. George
Fleming chaperoned the party.
On Camping Trip
SP? fer-^embers of the Phllathea Class
Ltef fc the' Baptist Church loft yesterrtlny
morning for several dayr
S&SVcSmping trip to Valley F: lis. The
;t' , -party included: M-s. Guy Gaskin,
Mrs. K. C. Currcy. .Mrs. William
Kerns. Mrs. T. J. E.koth. Mrs. J.
Minor, Mrs. Clarence IMggins,
pB^ithTe Misses Ottis Mtjics. Beatrice
gg;.; ,McCloy. Helen Ice. Evelyn Lsvelle,
MtCrgaret Janec, Mr. and Mr3.
'Martin Morris, Mr. and Mrs.
1 Gia.rle3 Meredith. and Mr. and
Ijfj IgiMrs. Charles White.
ggfvTT- . Personols
.Mrs. Elizabeth Gandy and broSSp^ither,
Jordy Rigginc. and'Eredford
'^ Rodgers have returned from a two
ji:V- v-eeks' motor trip on .which they
| visited Buffalo, Cleveland. Detroit
and Niagara Falls.
Mrs. L. M. Kuhu and Mrs. Fran
ces IxlUUUIlQ, W llu Udti; uc(,u ......
BPRhlng friends in Elkins for the past
'week, returned here Sunday, ac
fSjfe' coinpanled by their niece. Alias
i .. Helen McCollom.
iA baby boy was born Co Mr. and
't- tMrs. Wade Falls at their home in
Mr. and Mrs. Nick.Salvatta o?
5-.; ^ Scott's Run motored here Sunday,
sj , The announcemer* of the mar?p|?
riage of Mrs. Prone Myers to C. J.
g" V .Powers of Standardville, Utah
Si which took place July 3. has been
ijw received here, Mrs. Myers was a
i fi; former "resident of Monongali.
I|>. i. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Koon
f '-A fereenbank. who have been visiting
k T fat the home of the former's par
ikfejaen'ts. Mr. and Mrs. George Koon,
%Jr.. returned to their home Sunday.
4k Miss Thelma Curry of Elkins.
who has been visiting at the home
r ' of Mr. and Mrs. H .M. Meredith,I
1 returned to her home Sunday. I
tiii'; Mr. and Mrs. James MeKain ana'
L'-' children, who had been visitlngl
L friends in Cumberland and Wes-|(
W ternport. Md., for the past week, <
Sij^y-.have returned to their home here. I
p. M: Harmon spent Sunday |
^?gjfcvith friends in Clarksburg. ,
'i.--.. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pickus and
& Ervin Silverman left Sunday on a
pfe f jiSfotoring trip to Bellaire. Ohio.
t&:< ^Miss Ursuline Dieling of ClarksI?
. burg, who was visiting at the
' home of her sister, Mrs. James
McKain, retu rnea LU aci UVU*V|
The Reverend Mr. Gallager and
brother. Hugh Galiager of Cleve.
land, Ohio, who are visiting their
v~, sister, Mrs. T. M. Wlieley, were
/ . guests att dinner Sunday of Mr. .
land Mrs. James McKain.
tjt. j Miss .Adren Currey visitei
friends in Worthington Sunday.
* That Brookdaie needs better fire
protection was clearly demonstrate
fe'S ed here Monday morning -when the
*" homes of Charles Collins and John
- Kelly of Brookdaie were destroyed
fogS,? by ire without any means of givin"
, a fire alarm. The low water pressiire
caused grave fears for that
j- section of. the town. It is hoped,
* however, that an effort will b9
- ,'made at once to secure a fire alarm
:" as well as better water power foi
J; Mrs. Lj. M. Kuhn is leaving today
'!t" along with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shut-1
V t? of Worthington on a motoringl
P trip to Pittsburgh and Cleveland.
> "Miss Mildred Davis will entertain
the members of the Wesley class
( of the M. E. South Sunday School
at her home at Baxter, Friday eveI
' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gaskin of
v, \Buckhannon, who were visiting
"" here over Sunday, returned to their
, b($S9e yesterday, accompanied by
r"v thwTormers sister. Miss Catherine
. Gaskin, who will spend a few days I
.visiting with friends in Buckhan-|
I - " ' Raymond Leonard and George
M Hall, who are members ol the
} Nelson Novelty Orchestra of
Shinnston, will give a dance this
Iff evening at Hunnysuckle hut on the
1.;. West Fork River.
1 Albert James left Saturday on a
J . touring trip to Buffalo, N. Y.. and
if. ; Niagara Falls.
T- Mary? Elizabeth and Freddie
IP Jones of Wendell. Pa., are here
9 jWsiting at the home of their grandI;
ijipther, Mrs. Nancy Watkins of
I James Mike and Paul Janes arb
1' leaving today on a motoring- trip
I to Pittsburgh.
_ Miss Devinna Fleming and sister,
Mrs. Kathleen Highbotham of near
Country Club, tvere here last eveI
nins visiting at the home of tliel.
H sister, Mrs. John Smith.
| Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pickus of
* haPO lflSI
evening from Bellaire. Ohio.
A ?" I>an Snider was a business caller
I if "a Fairmont yesterday.
Paul Fleming of Fairmont was a
socinl caller here last evening.
YOUNG WOMAN* SOUGHT.
- City officers have boon looking
for Mrs. Margaret Herbert, an IS
I J vear old girl of Mannington. who
la jj^charged with deserting her.
husband and leaving with a man
Wpy by the name of Ivan Stewart. As
(' vet the officers have been unable
' to learn* anything of their where
f'C r. Directory
| or the
^ T elephone
Book?It Will __
t "j MONONGAH |
P jjS - Mur.slimallow Toast
Mies Irene Smith entertc Incd at
C L A S S
nnc-linn 1 f!7
AAUcP 11VV JLiWi
"he West Virginian will not be
responsible lor more than one in- '
correct Insertion ot any advertisement
ordered lor more than one
All cancellation orders on contract
and until forbid orders must
be in writing addressed to the
Want-Ad Department. This is for
, , | , i.I i 1 *
Houses For Sale
I Sell Fairmont
Bast Park Avenue Home, 6
Rooms and bath, modern,
close in. Phone 1832.
Modern 4 Roomsbungalow
with bath near Chicago St.
New. $1,000.00 Cash and
easy terms. Phone 396-R.
A good investm: nt, 9
Rooms and bath, large garage
fine lot, good location, $1,000
cash and terms. Phone 2S1. .
LEVI B. HARR
EIGHT ROOM HOUSE 6PI
Jamieson Street. Price $7,000.
Phone 623-R. ? 51S3A
Houses And Lots
ro SELL, BUY OR RENT .SEE
GEO. H. BROBST, REALTOR,
A REAL BARGAIN IN A BUILDING
LOT. See W. B. Grim,
Sliinnston. W. Va. 5184A
List your"~property with Levi B.
Harr. real \estate broker, and
get in line with his great home
selling campaign. Phone 281 for, '
further information. bioD.i
$3200 LAST YEAR
$5200 THIS YEAR
Sifbstantial profits are being
made by those who have
bought and resold OAKWOOD
lots within the past
year. A few months ago a
purchaser paid $3200 for a
lot and last week sold it for
$3 5 00 which fact is evidence
of the amazing opportunity
awaiting you or anybody
with a foresight to invest in
this important real estate development.
m .i r_j
Farms For Sale
13 5-AC RE FARM CLOSE TO MILK
STATION and railroad; 25 acres
good timber, 10 room house, good
barn, all necessity outbuildings.
Land high state o? cultivation. Apply
Mrs. N. L. Brokaw, Elkton.
Md. 5147 A
Coal and Timber
OAK LUMBER. Any kind of oak,
poplar ana hickory. Can cut
to fill your need. Phone 1783-M
or write Elmust P. Morgan, Fairmont,
Route Z-io. 5. 5033A
Miscellaneous For Sale
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS?
New and useu; easy payments.
National Cash Register 90.,
Clarksburg, W. Va. 4607A
EXCAVATING CEMENT WORK,
GRADING, PAINTING AND
HAULING OF ALL KINDS. Phone
656-M. Ed Willis, 239 Allegheny
Avenue. 5043 A
TWO 9 1-2 foot awnings, used 2
_ months only. Call 3S6-R.
ONE SPECIAL MADE TENT size
14x21, six foot wall. Phono
330-R or call 1121 Gladden St.
Furniture For Sale
city furniture hospital.
Upholstering. General repairing.
Bicycles and supplies. Tapestry
and leather samples on hand.
Mrs. J. H. lmmer. Phone 1577-J.
DRESSMAKING & PLAIN SEWING.
Give us a trial. 206 Walnut
Ave. Phone 961-R. 5018 A
When anBfcrermg advertisements,
please say you saw it in Tne Wesi
T FT K n
ugh the Classified columns of The W
?OR BETTER MEALS AND SERVICE.
123 MAIN ST. 4977A
xi A ft V ii X * S
"A Place to Eat"
Kenyon Hotel Bide.
314 Madison St.
Open S t. in. Close 1 a. m.
MAN OR WOMAN wanted, $40
weekly full time, $1.00 an hour
spare time, ~ selling guaranteed
hosiery to wearer. Experience
unnecessary. Inter rational Hos
jery -Mills, Morris town, fa.
Male Help Wanted
SELL TREES r.nd plants for
World's- greatest nurseries;
steady work, commission weekly.
Brown Brothers Nurs rles, Roches
tex, N. Y. 6167A
Female Help Wanted
SELL TREES and plants for
World's greatest nurseries;
steady work, commission weekly.
Brown Brothers Nurseries, jRochester,
N. Y. 5054A
WANTED?Girl to assist with general
housework and car? of children
in small family. Apply 11'4
Chicago street. 5126A
WANTED an experienced middle
aged, white woman for general
housework. No laundry work.
Call 101-R. 52S2A
MEN OlT^WOMEN^TO SELL
COMPLETE line guaranteed
hosiery. Liberal commission. Part
time accepted. Samples free.
United Eastern Textile Mills, Box
166. Pottstown, Ph. 51-64A
Situations Wanted Female
WASHING WANTED TO DO.
Phone 592-J. 5029A
w /i.i'1* J. iZjJ-/ i nuuacwuu, bicciiiiiio
work and washings, Airs. Areno
Hepner, 605 Virginia Avenue,
Sixth Street. 5119A
Autos and Accessories
-i'hllaaeipnia. ,t>_cuxrj narvrco
Id Fairmont Carnage Works
recharging and repairing on all
makes ol batteries. Philadelphia
Diamond Grid Batteries, guaranteed
JOHN M. SPriAP.. Prob.
Cord and Fabric
Tires ? Tubes
Stands up good for 10,000 miles
Guaranteed against defects In
vrormmanship and material.
204 Penn Ave. Phone -708M
Phone 692- J.
1403 Pennsylvania A vs.
Your future?Dime Birthdate
stamped addressed envelope, 4
questions gets trial reading. D.
Rurton: Kansas City. Jlo. 5168A
FIVE ROOM FLAX with bath.
Nice location on Locust Ave.
Address Box J. R.. care West Vir
glnlan. < 5016A
eight rooms and bath.
132G Pennsylvania avenue.
Phone 1374-M. 5175A
main street store room
FOR RENT1 In new building
with modern front. Phone 115 or
575-R. , 51S1A
Phone 1891. 5172a
A. WROE, PLUMBING, Phone
169s-jx1 414 Wiley Street. 1
INDEPENDENT' PLUMBING CO.
for prompt service and lowest
prices. 309 Quincy Street. Phone
889-J* " 6103 A
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r Each Insertion . . .
Minimum ^barere Tor Clai
containing 10 words wou
I 2c per word would cost c
ire I ^ /or special rates on coatrt
csi Pirginian you may find a buyer It
Are you going: to git
to enjoy the month of Ai
Have you considered hot
will benefit from a tveel
hot city ?
It is not too late ev
little bungalow in an attj
come respite can be had
which now hem them in
Begin today and stud
newspaper. There are sti
rent at most reasonable
family. Consult the War
HauUnir and Transfer
J. B.. PiilCfc Lui fctsuei&l Hauling
ynd teaiuLag. Phone 1461-IV1. i
W- S. THOMAS
Transfer and Hauling
Of All Kinds?Phone 3
Fairmont. t\\ Va.
t r- tsTTti j,?Mmilinc of all kinds.
""moving" a" SPECIALTY. 20/
Diamond St. Phone 1497-m. 5142 a
watson lee transfer.
.moving and general
hauling. Phone 1642.
T A XI
DAY AND NIGHT
DR. DEEM, CHIROPODIST AND
FOOT SPEC1ALIST-AT SHURTLEFF
& W ELTON'S EVERY
MONDAY. 5019 A
srx?rrr ~ - i i f
.Municipal iViutUiu Das.
WELLSBURG, W. VA.
Let Un Save You Money On
PHONE M. J. LANTZ
.. 60S Sth St.
we clean windows cheap.
fairmont window cleaning
co. phone andrew boj
ico. s29-j. 504sa
DRY STORAGE of all
kinds. Live and Dead storage
for automobiles by
MARION ICE CO.,
5th St., & Virginia Ave.
A MODERN BUNGALOW, flV9
rooms, bath and porch, furnished.
also garden. To party -without
children. Reference required. W.
L. Carpenter, 1629 Speedway.
Phone 1754-W. 5041A
MODERN HOME, small ' acreage,
on good roads near city. Uivs
price. Address Ramer Price, Mannington.
R. F. D. No.'3. 4947A
PEACE FOR ONE CAR. 211, Merchant
Street. Phone 149-M515SA
A IARGE HOUSE with plenty of
ground on the main highway, to
start a Tourist's Inn. Phone 961-R.
HARDMAN & RODEHEVER
PAINTING & PAPERHANGING.
Prompt service and lowest
jrxione - ^a.ou^
FURNISHED ROOMta?prices reasonable.
524 Ogden Avenue.
Phone 296-W. , . 4S22A
FOR RENT?2 light housekeeping
rooms. ,211 Chicago. St. 5015A
TWO FRONT ROOMS FOR LIGHT
HOUSEKEEPING on street car
line. Prices reasonable. Phone
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
' MRS. C. P. JEFFERY. 120
Chicago Street. 5093A
AUTO REPAIRING & tops built
and repaired. FAIRMONT
CARRIAGE WORKS. Phone 138-J"
. < :- ' ;
l_G C O I
. -2c Per Word I
it Ads today.
DR. ASA B. SMITH
and Eye Specialist i
?will devote a part of his time to i
non-surgical treatment of Rectal i
and Colon troubles as Colitis, Fls- !
ture. Fistula. Hemorrltolas (piles- i
Puritis-Anl (Itching Piles) Chronic .
Constipation and other ailments. ]
PHONE 638 FOR
Office Hall Block
A, a SCOTT :
Optometrist & Optician
ah mocem scientific instruments
used lh eye examination.
Sho.p in Connection
R TI SI jjj
? ~ i
seined Advertising is 36c. For lusts
Id cost 86c (tile twlnlmiim clurge) t(
inly -40c ror"two insertions. Cail the
ir manv things sou do net need, and
re your family the chance
igust in the real country ? ,
v those children of yours <
;'s outing away from the 1
en now to secure a snug J
ractive spot, where a wel- i
from the heat and noise (
on all sides.
ly the Want Ads of the
11 desirable bungalows to
prices. Be fair to your j
equipped nun latest models ol
macjQlncry tor making lens.
Glasses luinistfed in on? liour.
We duplicate any lens.
Corner Main . nd Jefferson Sea.
Opposite Court Mouse
Poultry and Supplies
BABY CHICKS. Pure bred ;
tVhite or Brown Leghorns, U
cents each. Bars, Reds, .Uinorcas. 1
11 cents, postpaid, . IUO.% live ,
delivery. Ford Hatchery, Bowling
Green, Mo. S1G5A
.UJVKHTISE IN TAairi. II you ,
want to buy,' sell or sacnanee advertise
vyour wares in Tampa and
South Florida'. One ol me most
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Inquiries clieerfully answered.
Address THE TAMPA
TIMES, Tampa. Florida. 3S66A
DEIS TAX. BARGAINS?ciold crowns
$5 up. . False teeth $1250 up.
Teeth extracted 75c." Dr. Smith.
304 Merchant St. Open evenings.
The parties in the suit of The
Dllman-Philpott Company, a corporation,
etc., plaintiff, against F.
Morgan Hamilton, et al. defendants,
will take notice, that on the
14th day of September, 1V22, beginning
at 10 o'clock, a. m., at my
office in the City of Fairmont, "West
Virginia, I will proceed to execute
the decree rendered In said cause
by the circuit court of Marion County,
West Virginia, on the 3rd day
of July, 1922, when and where they
are required to' attend with such
boohs, vouchers and evidence, as
will enable me to comply with the
said order of court.
Given under my hand this 14th
day of. August, 1922.
Commissioner in Chancery.
Aug. 15-22-29?Sept. 5.
NOTICE TO UIEN HOLDERS
To all persons holding liens .by
judgment or otherwise on the real
estate or any part thereof, of F.
In pursuance of a decree of the
circuit court of Marion county,
West Virginia, made in a cause
therein pending to subject the real
estate of the said F. Morgan Hamilton
to the satisfaction of the liens
thereon, you are hereby required
to present all claims held by you
and each of you against the said F.
IVlOrgUU XiauililUU, . " uiv^u aio iicua
oa bis real estate, or any part of
It, for adjudication to me, at my
office in the City of Fairmont, Marlon,
county. West Virginia, on or
before the 14th day of September,
Given under my hand this -14th
day of August, 1922; , *
Commissioner in Chancery.
A .- ' ?/ . . - . - . ' . ~ '
.,S . ~ ''"* ' . - '
ir one Insertion, but at
i Classified department
which may be of service to someone
* ? SPECIAL
NOTINCE IN01N etaol J
ESTIMATE OF LEVY <
State of West Virginia, County i
of Marion, to-wit: District of i
Union Ind. School. j
At a regular session of the j
10ard of education of Union Ind.
School district of Marion county. J
ield at the regular meefdg place
(a) The amount due and the
tugust, 1922. Present: Harry
Shaw, president of said hoard 01
iducation, and . W. h^organ and
Stephen VanGIlder, commissdon?
:rs. ^ <
In accordance with chapter 18, '
lets 1921. the board of education
iroceeded to make up an estimate <
)f the amount necessary to be leved
for the current fiscal year to
:over all district debts and llabiltles
payable during the year, induding
the probable expenditures <
!or district purposes, and proper 1
lllowances for delin'quent taxes. ]
exonerations and contingencies, <
jut deducting the money in the .
reasury applicable to service of l
:he years and district cla\ns dot!
ietermin and estimate for several ]
imounts to be levied as follows: 1
'elementary school !
Maintenance Fund Estimate 1
Estimated Receipts j
(a) The amount due and the ]
- - - - J J i
imount tnat win uecome uu? collectible
from every" source lor
naintenance fund purposes, ex- 1
cept from the levy of- taxes for 1
;uch purposes to be made for the
current fiscal year.
Amount due from sheriff $1,956.54 ,
Delinquent real estate
redemptions and sales 50.U|U
Totals $2,006.54 r
(b) The debts, and demands
iwed by the district and payable J
out of the maintenance fund for
current fiscal year.
Current accounts due
and unpaid June 30.
1922 $1,121.36 .
Total $1,121.36 J
(c) All .expenditures payable ,
cut of levy for maintenance fund j
purposes for current fiscal year. (
Delinquent taxses. dis- j
count and exorerations $ 600.09
Salaries of district offi- .
cers and employes .. 267.00 !
Janitors 3,250.00 ]
Water and lights 600.00
Stationery and supplies 700.00
Repairs 1 500.00 <
Text books 50.00 <
Janitor's supplies ...... 400.00 i
Medical inspection \ 225.00 1
Painting 200.0O <
\fle/>nUononiic c$innlipa 500.00
Total 'lisbursements ... 10,013.36
Total receipts 1. 2.006.54 .
Amount to be raised .. 8,006.82 ^
TEACHERS' FUND ESTIMATE
Estimated Receipts ^
(a) The amount- due and the (
amount that will" become due and
collectible from every soifrce for
teachers' fund purposes except
from levy of taxes for such purposes
to be made for current fascal
Balance due fund from
sheriff 8 3,285.82
Delinquent real estate,
redemption and sales 50.00
Total $ 3,335.83 ]
(b> The debts and demands j
owed by the district and payable
out of the teachers' fund lor cur- 1
rent fiscal year.
Current accounts due
and unpaid June 30.
1922 | 937.67]
Total $ 937.67;
All -vv?nn/l?*nffto rvoVflMfl f?llt !
XWU CAVCUUJ.H*? vo
of teachers' fund purposes for current
Delinquent taxes. discount
Tuition of elementary >
colored pupils transferred
to other districts 500.00
Institute attendance 350. uu
Coupons of credit 300.00
28 teachers for 9 months 29.471.00
total ; $32,621.00'
Total estimated disments
; 33,558. Or
Total estimated receipts 3.335.82
Amount to he raised hy
And the hoard of education doth
determine and estimate that it
will be necessary to raise $8006.82
for maintenance fund purposes'*'
and $30,222.85 for?teachera' fund
purposes to conduct .the schools in
said district for the term of nine
months and to pay the same -trill
require a levy of eleven cents
(11c) for maintenance fund pur-"j
Poses and thirty nine cents (39c)
for teachers' fund purposes u..
each one hundred dollars' valua
tlon of all property taxaeie m
said Union Ind. School district",
based upon the last assesstirent of
real and personal property therein,
Real estate $6,127,610.00
Personal property ? 1.186,090.00
Public utility property
fotal 1... $8-,032,989.55
HIGH SCHOOL. PURPOSES
j Maintenance Pund Estimate
(a) The amount due and the
1105 1106 1107
imoU'nt that will become due and
collectible from every source for
maintenance fund purppfies for
llgh schools, except from lory of
taxes for such purposes to be
nade for current fiscal year,
tmount due fund from
sheriff $1,603 .17
Delinquent real estate,
demption^ and sales .. 25.00
Total J ....$1,628.17'
(b) The debts and demands
>wed by the district and payable
cut of maintenance fund tor c^jr ent
"inrren. accounts due and
unpaid June 30, 1922.. .$146. 30
Total .. . $146.90
(c) All expenditures payable
)ut of levy for maintenance fund
lor current year.
Delinquent taxes, dis- ?"
:ount and exonerations $ 500.00
Telephone 50 .00'
tVater and light . ...~r... 400.00
Stationery, supplies and
printing 3S0 . 00
Janitor's supplies 150.00
Library bioks and cases 500.00
Manual training equipment
and supplies ... 700.00
Yllscellaneous supplies 595.00
Domestic science equipment
"and supplies ... 870.00
Supplies for chem. pbys.,
biol. and bot. 410.00
Typewriter and commercial
equipment ., 940 . 00
Total $9,220 . 00
Total estimated disDursements
Total ' estimated receipts 1,528.17
Amount to be raised by
TEACHERS' FUND ESTIMATED
(a) The amount due and the
imount that will become due and
iollcctible from every source for
:eachers' fund purposes for high
schools, except from levy of taxes
.'or such purposes to be made for
uliliCUt i inv-ai jca?
Balance due fund from
State aid 600.00
Redemption and sales 40.06
Estimated Disbursements (b)
The debts and demands
awed by tbe district and payable
out of teachers' fund for high
school purposes for the current
Current accounts due and
unpaid June 30, 1922... .1500.00
(c) All expenditures payable out
of levy for teachers* purposes for
high schools for current year.
Delinquent taxes, dis- .
count and exonerations
Institute attendance 175.00
Classified High Schools;
For principals , and 14
teachers 9 months $23,925.00
Total disbursements .. 26,200.00
rotal receipts 3,446.27
Amount to be raised by
And the board,.of education doth
determine and estimate) that it
will be necessary to raise 57,738.73
for maintenance fund pj'jposes
and $22,753.73 for teachers' fund
purposes to conduct the higu
WANTED: By The Baltii
Company the following ra:
70 cents per hou*
Sheel Metal Workers
47 cents per hour
Passenger Car .Repairer
Freight Car Repairers
Men -who have had somi
work; also young men for
instructions will be advai
higher rates of pay as the
In accordance with res
States Labor Bpard July 3:
ployment are within the
breakers and have the n:
right to engage in Railrc
protection of'every Bran<
State and National.
A Apply to C. C. Hin
West V irgmian
school of the district for tho term
of nine months, and to i>ayS3tbjg|g
same -will require a 11 e vyXot^;Rt&S|s2
cents (10c) for maintenance fond
purposes on each ono hundred
dollars valuations of all property
taxable in said Union Ind,. School
district based- upon the last assessment
of real and personal prop
erty therein, as follows':.-'
Personal property v. i.lS5,09O^b>;8?j|
Public Utility property" ;720;29S^^^^a
NEW BUILDING AND rMPRO^^^^
JIENT FUND PURPOSES
(Elementary ana High Schooi?j5g||j
(a) The amount due and tne
amount that will become due and collectible
from every bource;??Corp|5a
new building and improvement
fund purposes, except
levy of taxes for such puiipses^S5S^a
be made for the current . fiscal
Amount, due fund from
Delinquent real estate, redemptions
and sales-~ ^
Estimated Disbursements - '
(b) The debts and ;demau$39 H
owed by the district and-fthe debts ^Sj
and demands that will 'heconj^jdue^^aj
and payable during theA/:current
fiscal year and pavable out:pt"'therms
new building and impro'vemnt
(cf Ali experfditures payable iut
of the levy for new bulldingSSl^^S
improvement, fund purposes
the current year. f
Delinquent taxes, diecount
and exonera- ^
Equipment of bldgs. .1 .
Permanent Improve- y-i?^Sjggfi|
meats to grounds f,000^0|||
Total disbursements 16",225.00
Total receipts ........... 56VPO
Amount to be raised by -And
the board of education doth
determine and estimate
will be necessary to rftise $16,169.00
for new buUdingTaSd
provement fund purposes'. "und^cfpsBj
pay the same will require a >leera3W
of twenty cents (20c) on each.one
hundred dollars' assessed valuation
of all property taxabla3aiaSjii|
said Union Ind. School district,
based upon the last; assessmdmiTnfWB
real and personal propertyftBEaoeaH|B
in as follows:
Real estate ..'.$6,127,510.00 :
Personal property - - 1.185,090^W%OT
Public utility property i720,2S9:65?jp!
And it further appearing to iho *'v|l
bonded indebtedness amouhilnglSoljlH
$194,000, and it is estimated that
to pay the interest and P ro vide
sinking fund to discahrge th'eprln- -jg
cipal when due it will roof
the valuation of aTi . tax- /
able property in said TJnion'-IhSei^Sa
pendent School District. "
State of West Vfrgt?iIa;iCdunty^ri^sS
Marion District .vDhlopSTndepondent,,
I, V. H. Cornwell. secretary of
the board of education inTandiptS^^H
Union Independent School dlstric"
of said county and state, do hereby !
certify that the foregoing conform j
to orders made and : enteredJsto|||3j
said board on the 8th day of AusGiven
under my hand this 8th ~
day of August. 1922.
Secretary Board of EduCatloSiaajaiM
Union ind.. School District. Ma- j
tiore and Ohio Railroad I
ilroad mechanics and help- E
Boiler-maker Helpers "
Blacksmith Helpers B
Sheet Metal Worker - fi, I
Electrical vvorKer rieip. ? i
helpers .to be plaeedu^^^M
olutions issued by United
rd, new men
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