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V Want Ad. Page Uk* Voo Uve Director? or the Telephone Book?n w m _ _ Pap you. ? > "" . BELLV1EW N V Announement has been, made of e-i;marriage of Miss Helen Gervude Ruble and Gilbert B. Berry, hlch .took place in the residence Ft "the officatinR minister, the Rev. BfeJi Price of Cumberland. iJId. fBS5bridal party was accompanied ^Cumberland by Mr. and .'VJre. PjrnohRichie. who " were witnessHi of- the ceremony. The party ^fcef'the trip by autoraofiiie anu Hk^I relatives at Everett, Fa., turning to Fairmont. is a daughten* of Mrs. V. L, Lvtton of Spring street, but ||5*|ll' known in Bellview, hav'ng heme with, her aunt, Cain, until recently, l^enrgalie entered Cook Hospital. ,;as a probationary nurse lp|h}|^oom is a son of French : ArnettHVille. and is conR^g^d^'th the Paige Motor Sales po. as asmachinist. Mr. and Mrs. |^i!ypare temporarily located at t^Gjhonie; of the brides mother, but KEni?,j>rot>a?iy laae up uwn , B'ellview in a short time. ' ^^ Mars-mallow Toast MBMumber of the members of tile I HTwjbrth' League enjoyed - a pleas- j outing Monday evening when I fceyimotored to Monumental and I Jpebt ;the evening at a marshmal- j lowjtijaat- The guests included the Sljgaeg "Hazel Bar!',' Lois Ruthorford Jftlel Jones. Gladys McOlvin and BJi/GoUBh;nour, Charles Stuclcey. ^fcvneth ; Parker and Albert LayHpfiy/,The party were chaperoned l&i-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sbaferlian of Murray avenue. ij Hankerchief Shower iMarnbers of the Shining Star Inplir School Class gave a hauBcerchief shower for Miss Mary K&tVj'-fwho, with her parents is moving to .Nashville. Tenn., in a Inv.sdaJ's j The affair" was arranged Hupp, teacher of fc&tclass,; at whose' home in Belllafv. aveutie the guests were.'enKained. ' RSijmijfry afternoon was spent in r fioqii- games, and the guests ! ^PJ^Jtsrved with light refresh- j #>*.* ** ..(1 icnrniri P ThOS0 ? IpsVnt V*'?re the Misses Eugenia. I pmold 8;tJTii elma Stevens, Maryl^ite^Helen Wilson, Edna Riggs, ^ciiiel^Russe 11, Dolly Pitzer" Rto^^f?^VIurray. Edith Martin, jktpfceh Mahaffey, Frankie Doug:Rath Carroll. Chi IM I mprov i ng Harold. 1 ttl? son of Mr. ? J. H. Moore of Bellview , who underwent an oper^f#Cook Hospital the last of for the removal of disMsed tonsils and adenoids is renicely at this time alconfned to his home j M^iivtfadies Aid Meeting j theregular meeting of the j idies' Aid Society, which was J fcjcl%?lin'j;.'the Highland Avenue ! let&p'dist;: Episcopal Church Mon- | BPyS^evening:. election of officers j tvt?r>co Parlrfir of i>.10^TAWLl-O..^-. xwwws- ... lvania avenue was named j 3: White who is leaving th-> ! ther officers were: Mrs. C j kor. vice president; Mrs. j Carroll, treasurer, and Mra. | 'oothman. secretary. There sveral present at the meei. business of various kinds cussed. . To Locate Here i ind 'Mrs. Robert Campbell are preparing to move to f-;in a short time and have thtff bungalow in Russell ttiich was recently built by tadka. Mr. Campbell is >4 with a local coaj coip- j To Smithfield ind Mrs. Harvey Sheets 5iins to move to Smithfield of next week, where the will serve as principal in tbrield. High School. Mr. !rs. Sheets have lived in ] v for the past three yearsGood Business **~ t committee of the primary nent of the Methodist >al Sunday School did good 13 at the bake sale held at j &ttTalkingtons store Sat'w Everything was of the qtfality and found ready te utock being disposed of evening. The sale win y ho repeated in a few* I , To. Mountain Lake he Sabo of Buffalo avenue winy With Mrs. Parker and a-of J?er family is planning .trip to Mountain Lake rer the week-end;.. To'Teach School t Putnam Is leaving today i car County where he will I of a school for the j 'term. Mr. Putnam is a of the Fairmont High I ind has had a two years' a the Fairmont State Norunday School Picnic lers of the' Highland Methodist Episcopal Suniol were to hold a picnic at :k this afternoon. Field uts, games and contests n planned as diversions. party was 10 tears ine rep at 1:30 p. m. Supper was >ej taken in hampers and will ^ j served picnic style on the Binds. There are excellent ^^Kins facilities at this point. ^B Attend Fair r. and Mrs. Welza. Kennedy daughter Pearla were at ^Ksbtirgr the last of the week Btlhey attended the fair and From Pittsburgh Vaad Mrs. Clarence Hoof man ^^^ptsburgh were entertained In -jvTjC L A S S . TELEPHONES ' V 1105 1106 1107 * SAY "CLASSIFIED" Through lEWSNQ^Sfl gtrnTTT-""! "" "" . . ! I !' *1 the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bainbridge In Bellvlew avenue Sunday. Hunting Trip Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hall, Mr. and J Mrs. Robert Laughlin and their families left Tuesday for it several^ days' "camping trip in- the Cheat Mountains. They expect to he gone ten days and will spend tfae time Ashing and hunting. To Build New Home Mr. and Mrs. Willis A. Wilson I recently purchased a desirable t building site in Home street and .< will at once begin the erection of I a modern two story residence. 1 Returns Heme ? Mrs. Jennie Malone, who hadij been spending several weeks as ft t. ".i.Hwoa r.lfireland r lilt: 5UBD1 yji r Ohio, and Smithfield./Pa., return- j ed to her home in Beliview avenue g the last, of the week. -Mrs. Nora t Dunn of Smithfield accompanied t her home for a short visit. f Attend Party s .Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sayerfield * and children and Russell Satterfield attended a party recently . Kiven by. Mrs. D. B. Morley at her home iii Norwood in honor of Miss Ida Good of Reedsville. W. Va., < who is visiting Mrs. Satterfleld J and .Mrs. Morley. The erenins . was passed pleasantly with music as the diversion. ( Personals g vlir. and Mrs. C. H. Smith and i little sou have returned from a two weeks' vacation spent with) 1 relatives in Glen Baston. I c Mr. and Mrs. Welza Kennedy of 1 ' Pennsylvania avenue motored to) c Wadestown Sunday, where they | ? spent the day with relatives. I s Robert Putnam returned Xlon-i day from Grafton -where he had 1 been the guest of relatives overj3 the week-end. j i * ' Mr. and Mrs. Homer McCloskey!: were entertained as guests in the j home of the latter's parents. Mr.' . and Mrs. Harry Bainbridge, the-' last of the week. j ^ Mrs. WalteT Huey of Manning-! j ton is spending a few days with i her sister. Mrs. Joe Toothman. in c Pennsylvania avenue. i r Miss Mary Gaskill returned the ! last of the week from Terra Aita, ft where she spent several days with I t her mother, Mrs. Lays Gaskill, j s who is a patient at the health, resort. i s Mrs. W. y. Waltz of- Pennsyl-1 ^ vania avenue is spending a week t * with Mr. and Mrs. Guy "Waltz at' their summer home in Howesville. ' * Mrs, Lizzie Harris and children 11 we.re guests of relatives nearij Rive8ville Sunday. ; j Miss Florence Nestor of Moats-; ] ville is the guest c" her cousins.! j Mr. and Mrs. Dewto Nestor. In', Sabratln avenue. j j Robert Campbell of Metz was', the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jameo j, Carpenter the last of the week. ; j Mrs. Pinkney Arnett, who was!, the guest of her brother. Joseph , Brock, of Sprague. Pa., has re- < turned to her home in Highland t avenue. ^ Mrs. Fred Bradley and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hugus In Virginia a~"nue Sunday. Miss Alma Hunsaker and Miss Elda Harris are home from a few days visit with relatives in Murray. 1 Miss Veda Stutler. who was tire.. o' v> mw Krnflinr Porl RtnM#*7* ' in Highland avenue has returned s to her home at Mor~ansviUe, W. ] Va. Miss Mary Michael of Indian Creek is spending a few days with Miss Grace Glasscock of Bellview 1 avenue. The Misses Sallie and Winifred Douglas are home from a visit " with relatives at ReVere, W. Va. i j FARMINGTON j; Reopens Shop * Will Norris, who has been visit- , Ing relatives In Virginia, has i;e- , turned home and has reopened his E watch repair shop in the Arcure i Building. , Building Crossing c Where the tracks cross Mill ( I street a new crossing is being J I built by the Baltimore & Ohio Rail- ' j road. , Rev. Howell Preaches The Rev. S. D. Howell of Neff. Ohio, preached in the Church of * Christ Saturday and Sunday nights. J Personals Mrs. Opal Thrasher and children of Norfolk, Va., ape the guests of . Mrs. Thrasher's parents,- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, in their home j oh the pike. ; TV*"*- Mto Ptiorlnc M/irhlc rtf I Los Angeles, Cal-.'were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Veach recently. Jig Martin and Irish Hagerty were In Fairmont Saturday. -.When answering; advertisements, " please eay you saw it in The West I Virginian. CITY ICE COMPANY Phones 398 or 399 Merchant and Goff Streets .. ^vrvsatitea?a?>MasaM?wi?Jtoii3MH?jiwa^ Classified Advertising Rates Ar the Classified oohmttu of The West I SAYliffj CL0SJ3 OCl.-lb Senator Sutherland Extends Time for High School Competition. Announcement has been made ly Senator Howard Sutherland to he chamber of commerce and the :ounty superintendents of schools ,n West Virginia that the date for he' closing of the contest for the >eat essay on West Virginia by high schooj students has bean exended from September 1 to Octoler 15. Senator Sutherland exlects to make u?e_of the material n. the prize-winning essays in a ipeech in the Senate defending his state from numerous attacks hat have been made upon It. The ollowing conditions have been tnnounced in regard to the con- . est: , 1. The prizes shall be known, is the "Sutherland Prizes for the , 3est Essays on West Virginia." ' 2. A board of three Judges vil! be destgnateu oy ocu??? Sutherland, of such high characer and- . attainments that" their ' udgment will be "accepted by all. 3. Prizes: $100 for the best sssay, $50 for the. second best, ' md $10 each for the ten receiving honorable mention. 4. All essays in each county to >e mailed to the address of the :ounty. superintendent of schools o be "judged by him or a local :ommittee. Best ten essays of ;ach county to be mailed to the tate coinmittee. 5. Contest opens imtaediately md will close on Sunday, October } [5, at 6 p. m., standard time. All issays must be in the hands of I he county superintendent by this irae. 6. The winning essay and the acts obtained by the contestants vill be used by Senator Sutharand in an address in the United States Senate. 7. The winning essay in each ?-'11 tn t h ii Tnrol ~ :UUUL.v ? 111 uc - ? ...w . lewspapers for publication. S. Essays shall not exceed ( 1,000 words in length and shall f le written on one sid'e of. each < heet of paper. 9. Subject: The subject of the issays must be "West "Virginia, a lood State in Which to Live." The . :ssay must tell the story of West , Virginia's resources in the broad-' :st sense,' of her people, her cities, * atent possibilities, her factories ^ :nd- mills, her water power, her >eauties. and the part the state ilays in the industry and business ife of the United States* A.n efort should be made to give a cored picture of a state whose naural resources are superb, whose dvilization is well developed and idvancme, and which offers op-1 >ortunities that are incomparable,] inder a government supported by l people that seeks its orderly , levelopnient, according to Sena:rr Sutherland. ? " 1 Special Notices j NOTICE. My wife, Mrs. Mary C. L. McBlroy has left her. bed and board , vithout cause, and I will not be esponsible for any . dqbts that she contracts. I notify the public ' tot to harbor her or conceal her, lor her home and family Is waitng tor her return. c. l. Mcelroy; R. F. D. No. 1. ; Morgantown, W. V., 1 August 31, 1922. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors of1 George Crltchfield, deecased: In pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court of the County of Madon, made in a cause therein jendlng, entitled James- D. Charlon. Administrator, plaintiff and Dra Critchfild et al defendants ind dated 17th day of June, lj>22, jo subject the real estate of tno .oi^ JAOA/Innt fn T?a.VT*lAn* lis debts, you are hereby retired :o present your claims against thc istate of said decedent for adjudl:atlon to E. C. Frame, Chancery Commissioner, at his office in the City of Fairmont, Marion County, .Vest- Virginia, on or before the !3rd day of September. 1922, next. . Witness, E. A. Cather, Cleric of laid Court, this 10th day of Ausist. 1922, and 60th year of the State, * I>. A. CATHER, Clerk. Aug. 10. 17, 24, 31. Sept. 7, 14. Local and Long: Instance -.Moving and Hauling On Pneumatic Tires Fairmont Transfer Co. Phone 617' Barrackville Blacksmith and Repair Shop Xear Maplepoint Horse Shoeing, .Wagon and Carriage Work; Mine Cars and Mine. Work: General Repair work of all kinds. Under Management of Sill Bjrrackman Beginning September 4th ' n 1/ w jl-/ j - V f Each Insertion .... I Minimum Charge for Clas "S containing 10 words wool 9 2c per word would cast o e: for peelsi r&tei on contra rtrgtnian you map find a buyer fo ^ThwDate^in^Bsto^J Life and Character Beading. AUGUST 31. The governing planet of this late is Mercury, the winged mesienget. and the birthstone fiB a link jasper, while the governing ilgn is Vifgo, the sign ot the-Virllu. These people keep their own se r?i? and ruard well the secrets >f others with equal fidelity. They ire capable and efficient in all bey undertake being excellent jlanners and designers. The'womsn' are particularly fastidious ibout their dress, and like to lead, he fashion. They are affectionate .and demoted to' their family and are itrong- believers in blue blood. Phey aspire, to the best things and ire determined to make their vay> These people are natural philoiophers and possess the most aclurate intellectual discriminating >f the -whole twelve signs of the fodiac. IMPORTANT NOTICE he West Virginian win not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement ordered for more than one tlm.? Ail cancellation orders on .contract and until forbid orders must be In writing addressed to the Want-Ad Department- This is for four protection. Houses For Sale I Sell Fairmont EDGEMOiNT HOME. 8 Rooms and bath, furnace, garage, large level lot, at car stop. Phone 2S1 PAST PARK AVENUE, 4 Rooms and bath, garage, large level lot, on car line. Phone 1.452R CARLTON STRErj j , 5 Rooms and bath, corner lot, one block trom car line. Terms. Phone 396-R. y ^ PRONT STREET. .4 Rooms and bath, large rooms, gas. water and electric lights, good cellar, extra building lot. Terms. Phone 1832. LEVI B. HARR Phone 2f ' IN EASY TERMS OR WILL RENT, four room house on East ?lde. Call 1170-M. 5282-A COTTAGE on Lowell Street. Call' 1189-J. 5300A Coal and Timber )AK LUMBER. Any kind of oak, poplar and hickory. Can cut to ill your need. Phone 1783-M o" j vrlte Elmus P. Morgan. Fairnont. R- F. D. No. o. 5274 A COAL - " " ?*- t? p. rv UUAlj-fanntll IIUUV uu jo. (V. >J.. and street car line. 50. Acres coal. 16 car siding:. Small cash payment and easy terms. 'SEWICKL.EY WAGON MINE For sale, trade or lease. LEVI B. HARR Phone 2S1 Restaur ante ?"OR BETTER MEALS AND SERVICE. PALACE RESTAURANT, L23 MAIN ST. 5201 A Houses And Lots r6 SELL, BUY OR RENT SEE GEO. H. BROBST. REALTOR, PROFESSIONAL BUILDING. 5104 A List your property "with Leri B. Harr, real estate broker, and get in line with his great home selling campaign. Phone 281 to.further Information. 5136A The Eyes o Hungry 6^ For OAKWOOD as a be a marvel or order a OAKWOOD folks will venience?Good neighl schools, parks and pi will have all improverr VERY CHOICE LC Some higher, some lo^ x to be one which will fit book. SEE US Weil End ] Com Phone S'tIItn " 1 I Biffed Advertising 1b 36c. For install d cost 36c (the minimum charge) to: nly 40c tor two Insertions. Call the eta. r manp thing) ]wu do not need, and I Miscellaneous For Sale NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS? New and usea; easy payments. National Cash ItegUter Co.. Clarksburg. W. Va 4607A I ONE TON FORD truck with [ Smith form. A sacrifice to Quick! buyer-?Cash. U., E.' Brown. Four j States. 5263 A FtntNirrURE tof sale, also ba-l by carriage- 610 Fifth Street. 5295A A ? The one thing about the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle that impresses you strongest on , your first ride is the great energy pent up in the motor. The Harley-Davidson is eager for hills, attacks them . with a will, sails up and over ! without having to tap reserve ; power. I Do you kno.w the thrill of .being ! astride a mount of this kind? Come in I and talk it over with us. No obligation. 61 F. Was $.130. now .$285 61 J. Was $366. now $305 74 F. D. Was $3 60. now........$310 74 J. D.Was $390, now $330 Side Cars reduced In Proportion. Kirks Cyclery Rlvesville ltd., Near Dakota I Boarders And Roomers ROOM AND" BOARD. in private family. Call .at 1116 Field St. 5292 A PRIVATE FAMILY will room and board four gentlemen. Phone 793-J. 5290 A ; Dentists DENTAL BARGAINS ? .Gold crowns 55 . 00 up. False teeth!, 512.50 up. Teeth extracted 76c. Dr. Smith. 304 Merchant St.; Open evenings. 5203 AHauling-and 't ransfer J. R. TEICli lot teueial Hauling and teaming. Phone 1461-JM. 3416 A' w. S. 1'UOM AS Phone 340 Transfer and Hauling1 or All Kind*?Phono 3 Fairmont. TV. V*. ^ I J. C. NOLL?Hauling of all kinds. MOVING A SPECIALTY, 20 r Diamond St. Phone 1497-M. 5142 A WATSON LEE TRANSFER. MOVING AND GENERAL HAULING. Phone 1642. .. x 5117 A : Houses Arid Lota if the Home Are On %W0Ot2^ v.:';c / ' residental section will .nd beauty. I enjoy every city eonjors, good streets near aygrounds. Every lot lents paid for. ITS $2,000 TO $3,000 ver, but there's bound ; your taste and pocket<xi TODAY Improvement \ pany s. 1634 '' ''' " ' "" - - ?? - - ?7G CO I ?V - 1 - - ? r r...2c Per,Word ica?An sdrtrtlaamoat r on.* Insertion, but st Classified department ?tocA may be of twice to tomcone < A Belated I It's not too late to p cation?i-the last of Augus September, is an ideal tin t to the mountains. You owe it to yourse take a rest. Every man i better work after having chance of surroundings a Let the Want Ads he Advertise -today, memtic cottage or hotel you wai been responsible for man V\ Female Help Wanted WANTED?Experienced -waitresses ?must furnish references. Write or appear in person. COMUNTZ1S BROTHERS, Morgantown, W. Va. 6285-A WANTED?Girl for general houseWork. Call 929-J after 4 p. m. 5294 A *-?- TT-1_ m^ie nuip v MIWU WANTED?Salesman and collector. Apply 322 JeZJerson St. 6293 A au.rwiAiiiWMMmMMnawBMneeSsai Furnished Rooms FURNISHED ROOMa ?prices reasonable. 524 Ogdec Avenue. Phone 2 96-W. 4822A FOR RENT?2 light housekeeping rooms. 211 Chicago, St. 501oA FURNISHED ROOMS, Apartment 2 Murphy-Deveny Bldg.. opposite Watson Hotel. 5254 A FURNISHED ROOMS AT 211 Chlcago Street. 5270 A ROOM'FOR RENT, 710 Fifth street near High School. 5283-A FURNISHED FRONT ROOM Close in. Phone 813-R. 52S1-A TWO LARGE LIGHT housekeeping rooms,' private porch. 510 Cleveland avenue. Phone 1811-J. 5291 A Wanted \ I WANTED TO LEASE small coal | mine, near R. R. siding. Ad- j dress Box 5289-A care of The West I Virginian. 5289 A. Taxi Service TAXI DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1431-R For Kent TWO LARGE furnished light housekeeping rooms. Call 139S-M. 5192 A FOR RENT AFTER SEPTEMBER 15th my house at 314 Fairmont Avenue. For particulars, write C. H. Snioot, Camden-on Gauley W. Va. 5296 A SMALL furnished cottage. Call 114S-J. 5299A Storage. Moving DRY STORAGE of all kinds. Live and Dead stor age for automobiles by the month. MARION ICE CO.,' / 5th St., & Virginia Ave. ?J?=3g??gC?T? IIMll Autos and Accessories Philadelphia narrory. semoo Station In Fairmont Carnage Works recharging and repairing on all makes of batteries. Philadelphia Diamond Orld Batteries, guaranteed two years. JOHN' M. SPHAE. Prep. FOR SALE: Ford Sedan, good as new. Bargain. Phone 1379-J. 5266 A Auto Repairs ADTO REPAIRING & tops built and repaired. -FAIRMONT CARRIAGE WORKS. Phone 13S-J et it a a. U JL | W4 1 Veterinarian T. F. BKANNON, VETERINARIAN. Phone 1891. 5172A Contracting WE CLEAN WINDOWS CHEAP FAIRMONT WINDOW CLEANING CO.. PHONE ANDREW BOJKO. 839-J. 5287-A ,U M N S TELEPHONES 1105 1106 1107 SAY "CLASSIFIED" jiie. Vacation Ian for an enjoyable vait, and in fact, all during le to go away, especially :lf and to your family tft is much better and does : a decided change ? a nd occupation. ,r lp you find & place to go. ning the sort of camp, it. The Want Ads have y a happy vacation trip. * Business Opportunities advertise in tajmo-a. ix you want to buy, sell or 'exchange advertise your wares in Tampa and South Florida, One, ol the most prosperous regions ot today. a1 ??ovo 'ion Tlmfls want Ads. L?are est .Tampa circulation and 1 urges: daily avorago wane ad lineage of any Florida paper. Guaranteed to all advertisers, Regular rate one cent-per word. Monthly rate on application. Inquiries cheerfully answered. Address THE TAMPA TIMES, Tampa, Florida^ 3S6GA Professional Service DR. DEEM CHIROPODIST" & FOOT SPECIALIST AT SHURTLEFF & WELTON'S EVERY MOKPAM.^ 5251 A Opticians DRl ASA B. SMITH Osteopathic Physician and Eye Specialist ?will devote a pare of. his time to noa-Burgical .treatment . oi. itectal and Colon troubles as Colitis, Flsbure, Fistula, Hemorrhoids (piles* Puritls-Ani (Itching Files) Chronic Constipation and other ailments. PHONE 638 FOR APPOINTMENT Office-Hail Block A. B. SOOIT Optometrist & Optician All moaeia scientiXic instruments used is eye examination. Shop in Connection equipped" tvim lateat models of machinery for making lens. Glasses furnished in one hour. We duplicate any lens. Corner Main . nd Jefferson St?. Opposite Court House Second Floor I Heating?Plumbing INDEPENDENT PLUMBING CO. for prompt service and lowest, prices. 309 Quincy Street. Phone 889-J. 6102 A' WHEN YOU NEED A PLUMBER PHONE 1698-J General Plumbllng and Repairing ALBERT A. WROE 414 Wiley St. 5255A | NO! I Men V WANTED: By The Balti: Company the following ra I ers. 70 cents per hour i Machinists' fl Boiler-makers i Blacksmiths Sheel Metal Workers 14 / rv*?lr ?* Wi ivv-i o 47 cents per hour Machinist Helpers Passenger Car fiepairei Freight Car Repairers Men who .have had somi work; also young men for instructions will be advar higher rates of pay as the In accordance with res States Labor Board July 3; ployment are within the breakers and have the n / right to engage in JRailrc protection of every Brani State and National. Apply to C. C. Hiii Fairmon 1|_||_[ " r , ^ ^ ^ . ::-jB Municipal Mutual ,-^1 j TOTn.T.snnRO "w VA1 Let b- Sate You Mosey Ob nJSMM FIRE INSURANCE 1 PHONE M. J. LANXZ 606 6th St. .. 1 Special Notices ORDINANCE NO. 64. I AN ORDINANCE, Provlding..-J?My'-'':'S3^BB the paving and liiiimilMHlifnli 1 wfMMjjM Hamilton Street, between' Street and Jefferson Street" between Jefferson Street and Spring " " I BE ' IT ORDAINED BY BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY' OF FAIRMONT:? tMH Section 1. That Hamilton Street front Monroe Street to SnrfnrSHilllMlM Street, constituting two blocks, paved in answer to tie prayer .of the petitions filed on the .7thfiday..s?S?^H of August, 1922. being that ,poi&di?Jj?i|fS?9H of Hafnilton Street which .lies b'^SgjSBB! tween Monroe Street and Jefferson I Street and that portion *.thereofg^^KSlBB which lies between JefferBOn Street ' I and Spring Street; the Mmo/bOlttii^^wMj cross-streets of said ,HamiItd^?|||^^? [ Section 2. The said paving hero-'v'i**gj|5(B8K in ordered shall be of. coricrei"JjaB^^^j| material, or other hard surface;' said Street, between said Monroe . Street and said Spring Street, be paved a width of annrnrfmatei^W^gg^BW eighteen feet. The work Shall .beg^^aSiBP done in accordance with and specifications therefor prepared by tho City Engineer and adopted by tho Board of Directors/ JS(Ba8SM Seotion 3. The work - of paving shall be let by contract to' the lowest responsible bWaer--'-.>?f?'38ffl^M ter publication of adverUsOTiMjBlR8|MS^?B for bids for the work: in\the. mont Times and The West ian, newspapers published and general -circulation in tMS"Cl?3?33^piagnHB Section v4. It shall be the duty of the City Engineer immediately upon completion of -the acceptance thereof by the. BoardlvofSjiiiiiili Directors to ascertain the frontag?S"" -cW of all lots and fractional lots ahutri-fjjjMB ting along op fronting .on saidV-S Street along the line of said paving, and ascertain the amount clmrgable against each lot or trac tional lot and property owner-a'ndlPaagSsiSB make report- thereof to the Boarder Section 5. Upon fiie the engineer's report' the Bb.ar&.*iwSEHH Directors sbpll .enter - an o'rde(?l?^^g| showing the. propier amount - fr|WWwH| charged each property . ownert anif '^-^^SB it shall be the duty of each owner of a lot or fractional^p'art of\a;lbt-^S?g along the line of "said paving to'-" promptly pay into the City, Treas- '>j||igjw ury the amount ascertained to ba due in accordance with of Chapter 47 of the Code of Section 6. The City shall have a lien against each.lot or fracUohalilij^^^^ part of a lot along-the line paving to secure the payuient the assessment against the same. Section 7-. From and after, 4ayc after the assessment !pf'-:payy||p^M^g ing"'charges against said lots and fractional lots, interest at the rate oi six per centum per ami be added thereto until paid t?tSjs9M^H . Section 8. There is hereby appropriated from the General ,Fnndf^s>sislB of the City a sum for said paving, and all paymen^i^SBHB of assessments, when coIIectodJT^&i^? shall be placed in the Passed by the Board of DlreetOj^^^^^W /. CLYDE MORRIS. ^ ncE p Wanted more and Ohio Railroad, " ilroad mechanics and help- I ooiler-maker Helpers Blacksmith Helpers ; . Sheet Metal W orker Electrical Worker Help2 experience in Mechanical helpers to be placed under iced to positions carrying sy become efficient. 9BBK9 olutions issued by United rd, new men accepting em- .'-E? ir rights, are not strike loral as well as the legal 7 |