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sr1- ' 11 11IEITSIO'F
! COAL SHORTAGE
? BEING AVERTED
lJr> ' J
Survey of Fuel Distribution
^'Blames Low Prices on
r ' Mild Autumn.
CHICAGO, Nor. 22?Expectation
that some coal operators
would re-coup their losses in the
recent coal strike through Increased
prices, a bollef given wide
publicity at the end of the strike
when one or two operators were
quoted to that effect, has failed to
* materallxe, acordlng to a survey
of fuel conditions. In middle woitern
states.
The wide publicity, combined
. with a*n unusually warm autumn,
f discouraged buying by domestic
[ consumers to such an extent that
tafthefe has beon a noticeable drop
7 prices In many states. This is
^..particularly noted in those cocl [
? producing areas where freight
rates for short hauls aro not a
major factor in setting the retail
prices.
Typical of the general trend,
according to Robert Mcdill, state
fuel administrator qf Illinois, are
prices at the Central Illinois
mines.' Immediately after the
strike the. operators quotod
screningB their lowest grado
coal, at from $3.25 to 13.75 at the
pit mouth. Last week central Illinois
mlfao screenJngs were offered
as low as $1.50-and in spite of the
? redutflon the mines are unable to
book enough orders to average 50
^ per cent production.
SI miliar price productions are
^.reported from sevoral states. Iai
Kansas dealers are celling coal at
v from $1 to $2 under last year
prices. Indiana. .Missouri and
^ other states, all report lower
Ejgirtces. A report shows:
L SI--} Illinois: Considerable coal on
?? tracks: mlnos working less thau
i'- \ half time: some car shortago in
^i'-?0Uthern fields: prices dropping.
^ jn Central Illinois districts.
r " ijiujuiiji 4'u ai'i>areui BuuiidotM
Sf governor reports some drop from
the pbst-strike price peak; warm
^. ' autumn decreased demand.
iiL: Michigan: Utilities and manufacturers
have sufficient supplies |
'' for present; domestic use not in-,
couveninced with cold weather. j
Ohio: State regulation of prices'
from ine to consumer checks!
famine and maintains stablei
market; fuel moving freely.
I Iowa: Coal operators say there j
\ Is no shortage in state; demand,
is slow because of warm weather;
1$* miners working only two or three
days each week; no car shortage.
Wisconsin: Twelve million tons
of soft coal on hand, with 2,000,000
more expected before naviga-1
. ^tion closes.
l;j? Kansas: Situation practically!
? uuriuui, ?iiii tuuiiivia uuiu ^iui
i^J&Bupply all customers; prices .at!
mlriee the same, as a year ago, ]
S-. with retailers selling one to two
??''dollars under last year's market
I '-prices.
ffiE; Nebraska: Situation described1
al/by stale ofticlals as "easy." Can
.v congeetiou at rail centers delays
l" distribution somewhat.
V Missouri: Cousumere have sixty
day supply on hand and are
- buying in small quantities in anUclpation
of still lower prices;!
- plenty ot Missouri coaJ on haud,
^JJth rataes working five days a
. week in somo districts;, some
^T^orthge of eastern coal; mild;
Jg wsattier cuts demands.
j& *WKentucky: Situation not acute,
(, except in car shortage; reserve |
V supplies increasing because ol in-1
[Tv different demand due to mild
{ autumn; returns of cars to Louis-:
I ville & Nashville Railroad are ex-j
* - pected to relieve the eastern field
'/""tar difficulties.
= In tho Northwest and South-,
west tho situation generally pre-j
7C.;.lhntB the most promising since!
the resumption of mining. Only In:
? Texas is there anticipation of a
;,'I":pb8?iblo shortage later In the1
.1 .winter.
i . M ]
^ FAIRMONT BOY HEAD
i OF BROADDUS TEAM
/ !
<m .??r?T IT.. x* cio
rillUirri, *r. *??., nu>.
I Whon the Broadilua football team |
trots on tbo gridiron at hlstor c
South Sido Park at Fairmont Sa'jrday
aftornoon the men will by
lead by a Fairmont boy. Bernard
Wright, a high school star two
1 years ago, and one of the mainl
.stays on Sandy Toottnwyi'ji Normal
loam last year, is caotain of tho
Baptist team this seasfw*
. Wright was elected ^tain at
Sroaddns when the captain-elect
of/last fall failed to return. When
"Wtight was giyen thcijf or by ut-t
jj? teammates it marked ?nu first time
fipthat a now man had ever b^n
Jggfciven a captaincy in anx, snort at
^Broaddus. And it in an honor that
JQ31) not likely come to ar,^ other
m?n ^it Brouddus. His work In the
mp won tli% itdmlratlou I
IfW the other player*
B Wr'gbt has been an ablo leader,
fl its boa taken bit team Hi rough
ajany games, and. wlthjjm except
TELEPHONES
2200,2201,2202 and 221
SAY "CLASSIFIED"
v ' Throi
tlon of the bad form shown in th'
Davit? and Elkins game, the team
has done well on every occasion.
He hag played at half b?,ck and 3
quarterback. It is believed that'hwill
he at quarterback for Broad
due in the game with his old team
mates, Fairmont Normal, at Soutt
S!de Park Saturday.
Wright has shown well In hj*
scholastic work sb "vyell as on th<
gridiron. In the inid-seraestoi
I exams last week he showed tha
he is a leader in class-work as wei
us In football.
I PUNTS AND
j PASSES
Listen Here.
Since Pitt beat Wash-Jeff everybody
seems to have picked Pitt,
narrowed the real advance picker
to four, but I was all wrong, i
eeeras. Jimmio Coughlin, our gam.
and fish editor, says he picked Pitt
I do roraoraber Jimmio sayinj
something along that line, but
never thought a game and fiat
vuiiur kbcw untitling aouui iuuv
ball. J. O. Caldwell calls ray it
tention to the fact that the Pit
mascot picked Pitt two days be
foro .the game, saying the bcoim
would be about 28 to 0. Let's heai
from the other 8 p. m. experts
Now It is also said that Wally Stef
fen and Jock Sutherland prepare:
Pitt for the game and not Warner
Possibly, however, Warner wn;
permitted to have a hand in th<
pie, or at least a thumb.
A New Record,
Brooks Cottle, tbo sage of th<
Morgantown Post, passes out sorm
good information today, to wit, thai
West Virginia has never gow
through a season undefeated. So 1
the next two gamos are on ths
right side of the ledger a new rec
ord will bo raado by the Mouu
talpeers. Tho team of 1903 cam*
nearest to a perfect season, r
was tho first team to heat Wash
Jeff, and also downed Pitt. Thi
only game lost was to Ohio State
In 1S95, 1S08 and 1903 Mountaineoi
teams escaped with but one defeat
The 1891 team lost only one game
but it played only one. The sunn
thing happened to the 1893 teau
in the matter of the number of de
feats, but it played but two games
The worst defeat West Virginia
ever suffered was iu 1904, wher
they lost to Michigan 130 to 0. Th:
biggest'win for the Mountaineer'
wna when they defated Marshal
Normal 92 to 6. Why not hang ut
that new record on Turkey Day?
On His 3ack.
1 Charles West, the speedy half
iback on the W, & J. team, in coin
j menting on tho Pitt game says tha
'W:\rnerites on Saturday were thfastest
running team he ever saw
"Thev ran up my chest and dowi
my back all afternoon." says West
"Jack Sack played more of a ganu
| In our backfield than 1 did."
Some Sneed.
j A newspaper account of the liar
jvard-Brown game said that Har
vard attempted seven forward pas:
es and completed EIGHT. Call :
[traffic cop. And down east, peo
i pie think West Virginians are t>(
j crude.
Hard Luck.
I Lafferty, the speedy quarter
back of the Icemen, turned his
anklo durinj scrimmage yester
; day afternoon and may not b(
able to take part in the Fatrvie*
game on Friday afternoon. Thret
or four of the regulars in tin
J lineup of the Icemen are in pooi
i physical condition at the present
itime, but it is hopeti that thej
' will round into shape for the
jFairview game. While the Ice
imen are confident of landinc th<
[engagement, they know that th<
Fairview bunch will put up r
fight and the team cannot afford
to let down for the game.
Just Some Dope.
Daniel in the New York?Herald
offers some interesting dope foi
the fans on the coming battle be
tween Yale and Harvard. He
says:
"Yale, beaten by Princeton, It
favored to score over Harvard ir
their forty-first fo?thall meeting
In the Bowl on Saturday. The Kilt
naturally are confident they car
turn the trick, and certainly there
are many Btrong reasons for upholding
their side of the argument.
Howover, on the Harvard
end of the debate is the interesting
fact that not since 1903 hat
a Yale eleven which had been de
foated by the Tigers come bach
against the Crimson. Only foui
times since Harvard-Yale relation!
on the gridiron were started, back
in 1875, has the Bulldog accomj
pitched the foat which he will at
| tempt to put into tho records thli
i week.
"In 1903 Princeton outdid the
Ellis at New Haven by 11 to 0
but Yale made a strong comeback
I the following week and defeated
Harvard by 10 to 0. That season
thprn u-na nn HnrvarH-Prlnrntnr
contest for tho Tigers and the
Crimson broke off relations aftei
the 1896 battle and they were nol
resumed until 1911. In 1893
Princeton defeated Yale In New
York by 6 to 0. but the Blue had
scored 'by a similar margin over
the Crimson.
"In 1889 tho Tigers won from
the Bulldog by 10 to 0. but the
Klis had mado a 6 to 0 holiday at
Harvard's expense. In 1878 Nassau
defeated Yale at Hoboken by
1 goal to 0?that after Yale had
boaten Harvard by a similar score,
In the old days the Princeton
game came at the climax of the
/
" - ' "
Classified 7
33 Advertising
Rates A;
igh the Clcuified columns of The Wet1I
? Yale Reason, right after the Har- 1
i vard tussle.
"It Is worthy of note also that 1
t slnco 1907 Yale has scored only c
i one touchdown against Harvard. '
. end in twelve games has beaten 1
- the Crimson only twice?by 6 to 3 ]
t in 1916 and 8 to 0 in 1909. That ,
lone touchdown in a dozen battles <
t was carried over by Cupid Black's \
i team in 1916. In 1909 the Ells ,
got their points through a couple (
t of field goals from 30 yards by
1 the great Ted Coy. In 1907 the
Yale eleven, which haR squeezed j
through with a 1? to 10 triumph ]
over Princeton, followed with a ,
! 12 to 0 victory over Harvnrd. i
"These are all interesting facts ,
of history, but they will decide
? nothing in the Bowl on Saturday. ,
| The truth that Yale has mado
i jenly one trip across the Crimson's '
I'.'goal line since 1907 is not likely '
' to prove a psychological asset for
[Harvard. Rather will It Bpur ,
Yale on to do or die. That game '
on Saturday means more to Yalo
I than just victory or defeat for the
s day. It has a most important
t bearing on the Eli football policy
a for the futuro.
"Yale will be a lot more dan- 1
$ gerouH against Harvard than It
I was against Princeton. Likewise
l may be It predicted that Harvard ;
: will be a great deal moro dangor.
ous against the Blue than it was :
i against the Tigers. It looks like '
. one of your old time rip snorting,
> hammer and tongs scraps on <
p Saturday, in spite of the fact that i
both have been defeated by
: Princeton." !
j Page. Colgate Fan I
A Colgate fan. whoso initials. I i
j have a hunch might bo B. D. K., '
j writes to me to say that it might 1
have been more appropriate for me '
to have said that Syracuse had a
, FORTUNATE day Saturday rather <
j than a GOOD day and therefore i
[ beat Colgae .1 stand corrected.
, But the fact that they were for- i
j tunate made it a GOOD day tor '
3 Syracuse. I was instructed to read
. tlie story of the game as defiled .
. in the New York Times. That
, I paper says that Zimmerman in
> I his lone run ran alone tho chalk
! lines and the Colgoto player
thinking he was out of bounds,
made little effort to stop him.
Good football dictates 40 down
the mun when tWG Is any j question
In the matter< and let the out
of bounds tako care of Itself. Take
nothing for granted Jn football. If
a man is moving toward your
goal with the ball, got Wm if possiblo.
AMERICA PREPARES
i TO ENTER BIG TEAM
. WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.--Tin
. first steps for tho participation of
t America's greatest Olympic toar.i
} In the International games to be
. held In, Paris In 1921 were t/i be
t taken in the quadrennial meeting
. her0 today of the American Olyiui
pic Association. At that conference
all differences wlilcia have
heretofore divided seevral of tkj?
. most active' sport governing bodies
. of the country will be erased and
, "harmony and preparedness" raad-i
j the. key note of tho organisation
. during the next oight'eun""inontJts
j of preparation for coir^otlticji
against the leading athletes of |
moro than forty nations to be ro.
presented at the eighth Olympiad !
j in France.
: I EAST SIDE F
!, :':NEWS:': ;
: *- i
3 ChTId Dead
3 The 6 month old sou of Mr. and
J Mrs. Arch Barrett of RlvesvVo
1 died at 4 o'clock this morning at
the home of the former's slstor.
Mrs. Howard Rice, in Guffy
Btreot. Tho child had been very
[ ill with whooping cough and was
brought to the Rice home and op
eraied on last night but did not
! Kurvlve the operation. The re- 1
main3 were taken to the Carpenter (
and Ford morgue and prepared for J
burial and this morning removed ;
to the home at Rivesvlllc. Funeral' *
arrangements have not yet been j
completed.
Division Meeting
Division No. 1 of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the First Baptist ]
Church met at the horr%> of Mrs.
Carl D. Springer in Guffy street
Tuesday evening. There was a<
good attendance and the meeting
was very interesting.
In Hospital
Mrs. Alberta Stevei.\ a former
resident of this city, is very ill In l
a Clarksburg hospltaH Mrs. I
Slovens is a daughter of N. 0.
Steele and has many relatives ]
here. 1
Bible Class
The Links Bible Class held a ;
very interesting meeting Monday ,
evening at the home of Mrs. Orpha
Bunner Kisnor In Maryland
avenue. The next meeting will the "
held at the home of Mrs. Carl i
Smouse in Diamond street. In th?
11 absence of the toacher, Mrs. Cora i
Morrow, who was called to Callfor- 1
1 nla. Pa., by the illness of tier 1
daughter In law, M'ss May Feathor
will hare charge of the class 0n
I Sunday morning.
' Prlscllla Club
Mrs. Edna Jenkins"Klsner will
entertain the Prlscllla Sewing
' Club Friday evening at her home <
I in Diamond street.
Enterta'ns at D'nner
> Mrs. C. E. Meredith of Diamond
i street entertained a number of
~ f
Each Insertion ....
J Minimum Charge tor Clu
r> containing 10 words woaJ
( 2c per word would cost-o
r : ^ tor special rales ou contra
/irgnan yon may find a buyer fo r
Heads and relatives at dinner i
Tuesday. Covers were laid io.%!
drs. J. w. Harrington and.
laughter. Miss Clara of Hanger.
Tex., Mrs. Harold Harrington of
^Jew York Mrs. Bollo Wilson of
Sell view, Mrs. Roxy Marshall of
layenne, Miss Amanta Conwell of
Columbia street, D. M. Harr of
Clarksburg, Ben Graham of Davi?
>ua inr. ana Mrs. u. u. Merle?
31th.
M'tsion Clrcl#
Tho Woman's Mission Circle of
.be Pa'atlne Baptist Church will
iavo Its monthly meeting Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mm
M. D. Orr In Guffy street wltn
Mrs. Orr and daughter, Mrs. Chares
Gould, as hostesses. Mrs.:
Wola Springer and Mrs. J. D.;
Baker will have charge of the program.
Personals
Mr. and Mrs. Ray RIdenour of.
Market street have, returned frouij
Morgantown whore tney yibiteu
relatives for several days
MisB Gladys Steele, dauchter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Steele of Little
Falls, lias been quite ill for
several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Kinter have
moved from Walnut avenue to
apartments in Diamond street.
Mrs. Briukenhoff of Reeves avenue.
who Is a surgical patient -at
Book Hospital is doing nicely.
Mrs. Harry Shaffer ia quite Ml
at her home in Morgantown avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Reeves and
family have moved to their new
house just completed in Cochran
street. Mr. and Mrs. R .E. Piffle
will occupy the apartments vacated
by them in Morgantown avenue.
Mrs. Lee Roy Moran and children
of Reeve3 avenue are ill with
appendicitis.
Mrs. Dorsey Pople f Vt to Grafton
today to visit her 'i'other. Mrs*
Thornton Malono.
MYSTERY MAN AT
POOR FARM BURIED
- Tho funeral of John Pittic, who
died yesterday afternoon at tne
county poor farm cottage after an
Illness with tuberculosis, was held
this morning at 10 o'clock at tnc
poor farm with Captain Carr of
the Salvation Array conducting
tho funeral services, Pittic came
here severnl weeks ago from
DoDwns and; having no relatives
or means of livelihood he w'aj
taken in charge by the county aju
had been cared for by the local
lied Cross. Arrangements had
been made for removing him to
Lhe tuberculosis hospital at Terra
Alta, but his condition became
worse and ho died.
An egort was made to have him
take ncare of at a government
hospital, but no record showing!
him to bo nn ex-service man could j
bo located.
When it was learned that he had J
died ,the Red Cross Chapter, at;
once took up the matter of his fu-!
neral and obtained Captain Carr
to conduct the services this morn- j
Fng. Burial was made by L. 11,
nimnlnoham
j This Date in History |
Life and Character Reading
NOVEMBER 22
Scorpio people should remember
:hat one true friend la preferable
.o a hundred flatterers and that
Lrue friends are very rare for the
eason that true men and women
ire not common. They should becjln
at once to take account of
:helr tendencies nnd weaknesses,
rhey should set apart a, few mrnonts
each day for search, aualyleal,
mental conteniiil Hlou.
These people can bo anylhlne
:hey choose to bo and while their
aults are difficult to overcome,
they are so superiorly endowed
svith resolution that they can succeed
ir they will. If they could
:atch a glimpse of their possibill
:too, or tne worK tney couia ao in
;he world, of the magiyAlc curativs
ind Inspirational power they possess,
they would never tog behind
in the work.
The Want Ada will help you immensely-if
you have lost anything.
Us? them daily and they will he'.p
rou vrith whatever* puzzles you.
IMPORTANT NOTICt
fhe Weal Virginian wlli not be
responsible for more than one incorrect
insertion ol any advertisement
ordered for more than one
Llm.o
All cancAllattan orders on eon
tract And until furbld ordera mual
be In writing uddresaed to the
Want-Ad Department. Thlr la Cor
roar protection.
Tailoring?Pressing*
l TRIAL will convince you that it
nays to let us clean, press anil
lye your clothing. PEARSON,
I'HE Master tailor Phone
L693-J. We will call. 6059A
Coal and Timber
10 ACKES Sewlckley Coal, 12
acrea surface, cloae hi at Mouongah.
Fine wagon proposition.
Already opened. Will sell altogether
or sanarafa nail 7 nil 1
Fairmont or 15L Rlvoavillb.
_ No fi8B7-A
iv*t?iitv?
wilier Adveruwn* u 3&c. For lniuu
c cool 34c lli* minimum ciarge; 1c
nif 40c lot tv o inaantoju. . CaU tie
eta.
m/mV lirfnOt Wui m4 ? 1 >!
uMOjr ? ? ?? JW" " 'W| WIU IP 11
To Get \
! ,
The activities of the
' for added workers in offii
tory or home.
There's a way to si
quickly?use the Wants.
Slciled artisans in e'
men and women, in busii
?all'look'to the Wants tc
genial, profitable emploj
t
The Wants supply t
twecn employer and emi
I
Salesmen Wanted
WANTED
SALESMEN
Experience not as essential
as , good personality.
Apply
MR. DEVAULT
_KENYON HOTEL
Dentists
DENTAL BARGAINS ? Gold
crowns $5.00 up. Falso teeLii
$12.50 up. Teeth extracted 75c.
Dr. Smith. 304 Merchant street.
Open evenings. 5084A
Coal Lands
Eewirkley Mine, Monongalia
County.
Frceport Mine, Barbour County.
Kittannlng Mine. Upshur County.
I ncuoiuuc mine, l.uwib v-ouciy.
Pittsburgh Mine. Taylor County.
Pittsburgh Mine," Harrison County.
Pittsburgh and Sewickley Mines,
Marlon County.
Glve Requirements. Deal Confidential.
LEVI B. IIARIt
Teiophone Orflees Main St..
281 Qpp. Court Hou.?
Slale Help Wanted
WANTED?Two men who can put
over a good proposition. See
Mr. McDowell. McAlpin Hotel after
7 p. m.
No. G007-A
Hauling and Transfer .
WHEN IN NEED 'OF COAL OR j
LIGHT HAULING. Call 1467-J.
51)79 A
W. R. SMITH, TRANSFER
MOVING AND HAULING OF ALL
KINDS. PHONE 637-W.
5930 A
nr ci mrTAiif A n
VV. O. IXlUiYiiiO
Phone 340
Transfer and Hauling
Of All Kinds?Phone 8
Fairmont, W. Va., :
Wanted
V.*ANT TO HEAR from owner
having farm for sale; give particulars
and lowest price. John
J. Black,'Chippewa Falls, Wis.
5984A
husinegs Opportunities
MIAMI, FLORIDA, ? Dally
Metropolis Want Ads lVsc per 1
woTd cash with order.
No. 6770-A
XaWUiA, U'jw.want
to buy, tell or exemuige *c
vertue your wares in Tampa and j
South Florida. One o: tho xuoit ;
prosperous regions ot today. Ai
ways use Timea want Ada. Lars 1
est Tampa circulation ana largest
flnilv MflVHff.i won' a# '
any Florida paper. Guaranteed to 1
all advertisers. Regular rate one j
cent per word. Monthly rate on a>
plication. InoulrlcB cheerfully ah ,
awered. Address THE TAMl'A t
TIMES. Tampa. Florida. M66a j
Lost '
LOST ? On Clarksburg-Fairmont
Interurban Thursday morning.
Nov. 9th, black leather brief case .
containing papers valueless to anyone
but owner. Flense return to,,
Fairmont Chamber of Commerce i
?hu ruteive rewcra. 0UU4.A
LOST
COON DOG
A rery large black and tan with
black only on flat of back.AnBwers
10 name of Duck. Haa long deep
Bear on side of face, also on one
sar. He la very friendly towards
strangerfc. Finder please return to
.Carl F. Kemnle. 1046 Vtrelnla Ayr.
quo and receive reward. No question*
asked. . I1
,...2e Per Word
us*?As MtrerUMmsnt ,
it os* IsMrtion, bat *t i
CXauiHed dopvtmuu
lui nmty IPC 0/ mnu up #w??wib c
I
Workers
i
Fall and Winter will call
:e, store, warehouse, J'acI
immon al such workers
if.ry line o? endeavor,
less and the professions
> provide them with con ment.
he connecting links beiloye.
Insurance
Municipal Mutual Ins.
Co.
WBLLSBo.iu. W. VA.
L?t Uc Sa?c iou Money Ob
Slht 1NBUHANCE
FHONt M. J. LANTZ
wun rUJ ak
Opticians
We use the latest scientific
instrument in eye examination.
COMPLETE OPTICAL
FACTORY
Opposite Court House
Second Floor
/^L^eairmont
fcyWEST VIRGINIA
Personal
HINDU ASTROLOGIST. TRANCE
Medium, Dr. Hiraihla, world's
noted medium tells your life story
from tho stars. Remember that
the stars told of the birth of
Christ, and those stars will guide
you through life. If you are worried,
troubled and discouraged on
any affair of human life, send uie
the date of your birth, 25 cents in
coin to bear mailing expenses and
I will send you a horoscope that
will be of importance to you. Addross
Dr. W. E. Himihia, Lock
Box 10S8, Savannah, Ga.
* No. G00S-A_
VOUU FUTURE FORETOLD?
send dime, blrthdate, and stamp
tor truthful, reliable, convincing
rial reading. Prof. Erwlng, Box
L120, Station C, Los Angeles.
5024A
HOMESEEKERS. send for Virginia
farm list best climate.
Dept. V, Emporia, Va. 5982 A
Piano Tuning & Repairing
RALPH HAW LEY, Tuner. Manufacturers
reglbterefl mechanic No.
366, telephone 407-IL 6971A
Storage. Moving
DRY STORAGE ol all
kinds. Live and Dead storage
for automobiles by
.ne month.
MARION ICE CO.,
5tli St- & Virginia Ave.
Tailoring?Pressing
(VB REPAIR, REMODEL AND
REL1NE COATS CHEAPER
\ND BETTER. SILVER TAILOR
INC. COMPANY. 31S MADISON
STREET. PHONE 1C61-R_ 6997A
IVE CLEAN CLOTHES CHEAPER
AND BETTER. SILVER
TAILORING COMPANY, 818 MADBON
STREET. 5998A
u. r JU'.ULr..MJr.[L i AliAJIUKG
CO., TAILORS FOR LADIES
1ND GENTLEMEN. SUITS MADE
I'O ORDER. CLEANINO-PRESSNG-KEPAIRING.
WORK GUARUJTEED.
208 MADISON STREET.
8919A
Farms For Sale
flNE level eutover lend. Low
price. Your own terms. 10 acres
mprovod, with buildings, 91,900;
10 acres salt water rront, wltii
mtidings, One bathing, oysters.
Ish and crabs. Price J 1,000. Ask
or tolder. Malcont & Hayman.
h-lncesa Anne, Md. 6000a
For Kent
PHREB VACANT ROOMS ON
CLIFF STREET. Call J. T. Rail,
OS Quarry avenue. 60WA
' NICE OFFICE
ii ?2r ? i.' ngly or ,n sulte at
lis Mala Street. Call 968-J,
No 6005-A
IARAGESFACJ; FOR ONE CAR
EKr Walnut avenue or shone
8SW- fOliA
TELEPHONES
5260,2201,2202 and 2203
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Autos and Accessories
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Professional Service
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Union Dentists
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on your Dental Work.
Our prices may mean
a saving to you.
Office . over the McCrory
5 and 10 Store.
Opp. Court House
FAIRMONT BEAUT1' SHOP. WE
HAVE just received a lino of
24 Incli switches. Priced from
$3.50 up. Call 1002 for appointment.
320 Monroe 8'reot, opposite
postoffice. Rosle Tucker, Proprietress.
DR. DEEM, CHIROPODIST AND
FOOT SPECIALIST AT SHURT
LEFF AND WELTON'S EVERY
MONDAY. 5796A
DR. ASA B. SMITH
Osteopathic Physician
and ?ye Specialist
?will devote a part of Ilia luno to
tion-aurglcal troatiiorr of Rectal
and Colon troubles ai Contls, Fissure
Fistula. Hcmmorrhoia jpllos)
Furtls-Ara tltchlng Piles) Cbronlo
Coublipation and other ailments.
HemoiThoids (Piles) for
non surgical treatment
and removal
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APPOINTMEiNT
Office Hall Block
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Houses And Lota
I SELL FAIRMONT
MARKET STREET?5 room modera
cottage. Good wet:. Terms.
Phone 2S1.
WALNUT AVENUE?Close in. 6
rooma and bath. Good lot. Terms.
Phone 281.
A BARGAIN?5 room cottage, gas,
water and eloctrln IIbMs r:
New poultr* house, Iruit trees. At
your own price lor quick sale.
Phone 281.
P1TSBURQH AVJCNUE-New moJem
seven room bume, hard woo a
finish, furnace, garage, street
paved. Term8 to responsible parties
Phone 1832.
LEVI B. HARR
PHOHR 281
one forty foot lot on
OGDEN AVENUE. Inquire lis
High street Phone 1295-11. 0012A
FOR SALE?Six room house. bath.
Gaston Avenue, only 16300*. Geo.
H. Brobst. 6932 A
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Furnished Rooms
ONE BEDROOM. Phono 2024-J.
G020A
THREE FURNlbHED ROOMS FOR
UfJWT wniTRmirwwuivri i
private entrance. Call GS6-J.' 6018A
FURNISHED ROOMS for lighthousekoeplng.
411 Washington
Street.
No. 6010-A
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, Second
street, South Side. Phono
813-R. , 6005A
ONE NICELY FURNISHED R6oM
for one or.two gentlemen or m?n
and wife. 216 Chicago street. 8002A
ONE WEt,L FURNISHED SLEEPING
ROOM. South Side. Phone
1157-J. 5973A
FURNISHED ROOMS, cosy home
use, well lighted and ventllsteo
In excellent borne. Not oc Main
street, but within three minutes
walk o {central part of city. Gen4temea
only. Come to ?24 Plerpont
Avenue and see room.
No. ST46-A
ROOMS FOR RENT ? phone
UT1-J. 5HIA
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recharging and repairing on all I
make* of batterta*. PhlladalpjU I
two-ton "traffic t7T. ,C /I I
imperial!
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J'K?_Cown'i nj TUo* XXttjB XT?.?-- I
> nre ^nmpBnjj
l'nssed a Dividend Daring
Its Business Career /
No better eocurltjiwaa eve/
Offered to the loreetiog
public
It's Safe and Will'Stand The,
Test :t
I Sco oar statement 1mt*|he National
Bank o? Fairmont.
Imperial
Address TV. M. MILLER
, two winter oTerco?t?1 one
coot Phone U57-J.
.
SI?^T ZadA'er^^ei>
shirts direct to wearier
experience required. Free sam-'B
pies. Madison Mills, COS Broad- 9
way, New York City.
Reatanrants
FOR BETTER MKAI.S and per
vice Palace Reglaurant. 133
Main Street. .

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