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ARE YOU INTERESTED
In the welfare of yourself and family0 If so. why don't |i
you square up those little, annoying and bothersome bills
which have accumulated the past winter?
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We will loan you money at rates you can afford to
pay. sufficient to pay up all you owe, leaving you with
but one payment to make cadi payday or month, instead
of the many you had before. The remainder of your
earnings you will then enjoy fer yourself and family.
Your Piano. Furniture. Horses, Wagons and Salary
will be good security.
10c Weekly Carries a $ 25.00 Loan
20c Weekly Carries a $ 50.00 Loan
40c Weekly Carries a $100.00 Loan
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■ 214 SCHMULBACH BUILDING. WHEELING. W. VA.
Bel,in*me F. R SCATTERDAY, Nil Phone
1335 Manager. 1335
__REAL ESTATE
ONE BLOCK FROM THE POST OFFICE.
A house of ten rooms situated one block from the Post Office.
When you consider the location of this property and look at it you
will readily agree with us that at the price of $6,200 it is the best real
estate investment in Wheeling. House is arranged for two families.
Stop and Get Our List of Over 200 Properties for Sale.
HESSE & KIRCHNER OO.
Second Floor Schniulbach Building. Ball 471
Even! no* Nat. 598
we lx>an Honey on Real Estate at Six Per t ent. Interest.
FINE SUBURBAN HOME
6-roomed modern home; bath, gas and water, slate roof, hard
wood finish, fine mantles, tile mantles on 2nd floor, wired for elec
tricity. Lot 50x150. Will exchange for modern home on Island situ
ate at Riverside.
L-. A. ROLF AGENCY
Koaay to Z.oaa. SO ronrtooatb It Fix* laanraac*.
, ,Ve °ffer at a biK bargain to a quick buyer a very desirable home
•n the Out-the Pike District.
DOWLER & DOWLER
Schmulhach Building.
Stocks, Bonds and Real Estate.
11,300 for good 6-roomed dwelling,
• late roof; all In good repair; near
car barns. Island
One of the very best houses In
Lovaland; modern 7-roomed house;
corner lot. 60x120. You can buy It
right.
Deasant Valley Home—I-ot 60x465,
one of the best locations in Deasant
Valley; grand shade trees and lawn,
immediate possession
SURETY BONOS
G. O. Smith
National Exchange Bank Bldg.
E. A. GRAHAM, Representative.
LARGE AND WELL-LOCATED
Bl'ILDING LOT
for *«;l* ni bargain prlra an I *»n *rmi
with small payment down, then I. Off
pa>a'»le wrrkl;,
The lot front* 1*3 feet on the main
thoroughfare. I* over 29* fe**t Jn depth
with ft outage on 3* foot street In r»ar.
ha* several ehade tree* on It. I*’* well
ftivl I* U* ated .« minute* * ilk from
the car I’ne .tt K rn t*roVe *3r rjr fare*
J*ri«e 1433
The Wheeling Realty Co.
Yblrd Floor acbunlbocb Bldg
■•11 1SM-B; Bad Ml.
fob laiB-mii ttcarr lots
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ob all nan fob si ooo can
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taaas ■»!« stfwt
Will Trade
W OODLAWN PROPERTY
FOR FARM
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C. H QUIMBY
► i ► » «»i «rn fair*
u« N*n mm
Good Farm
Fine laying farm ol 40-acres, more
or le*s. situated one mlie from prom
inent suburb of Wheeling; four mile*
from city <*oo«l limestone toll; well
watered—water In every Held Ov.-r 1
15-acre* of fruit of all kinds end best
quality, farm noted for fruit pro
duction Buildings Include, good
•even room frame house, barn 20x40
feet, two wagon sheds, two poultry
, sheds. *raDi'v, corn crib, and blacks
smith shop 20*40 feet. AM In good
condition. Good well and 100 barrel
cistern Best reasons for selling. If
I you wish a good farm this U your
chance.
FOR RENT
5 rooms and bath. 21 Klorhla St m.0»
.4 room* an ' natf . Xor*h Kr.s t*r 2U.U0
! . tomiaii-J i-ath. i-l*a*ant Valley . .1)0
* rooms and tiatr., Kd«lngt<>n . 14 ou
* room* and hath. Kd«-*r.», | I « On
'• room* and bath. tw,.. Joint ;« »»,
f 4 room* and bath. Ilu Mara*! si So no
•- r.ioma and l-alh, 2*04 Main Si ;•& on
I room* anu bath. 2uoa Ji-.fi Si 4 ....
rooma and bath Kdgeaood *« «,«
i* room* and bath •<*« Main si a mi
,loom* and hath. TIT Main ST JO o*i
I room* *n-l ball,. Kd»-«.„.,t
* room* a:. I bath. 22SI itiab n» si ...
« rooma >ii*n>iiol
- 1 rooma Sit Market St
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* r--om«. t- Mar) land SI
s*»»t W. IB IDLUb IIilj 4
Baal Batata aid Ina-iraaea
SaS Floor Mo IMM* Mark at atroat.
lOpp Victoria Tfcaatra. I
For Sale or Renl
New 6-story warehouse on
Eighteenth street, iso feet
from Terminal railway
yarJs. 2T4oo feet of floor
/ i ti > ■ ; high
fw'ltb't r Rwefatti
Simpson & Tatum
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SPLENDID TALK
TO THE STUDENTS
nuttUR MIUT WAM WIU
. . m till.
W hat a the matter w iu Sunday?
Hr a all right.
"Whoa all right!
* auruiay.'*
Wtjjmlii morning at Hr 4$ o'clock.
“•v» W. A. Sunday delivered a very in
creating address to the student body m
tna assembly room of the l«»ral High
school The entire Sunday party and a
number of ministers were also present
•• were the mothers and fathers and
ft lends of th« students to hear on what
line the evangelist Would address the
school. Mr. Itodeheavar opened the
meeting by having the entire audience
■ *ng hymn No. 32 from the revival
hymnals and at the conclusion. M.
Itodeheaver played a beautiful aelecllon
on the trombone.
When Mr. Sunday took the platform.
He was greeted with loud applsuse from
the audience and seemed very much Im
pressed with the entnuaiaum shown by
the students of the school. At this time
Mr Sunday was presented with a beau
tiful I'ou'juet of white rosea from the
members of the school as a token of
their esteem for the great evangelist
and his noble work, also the Interest he
has hsown An the scholars of this school.
He passed the token to Mrs. Sunday.
Mr Sunday spoke mainly along the
lines of *'l>ntng Big Things.” and gen
eral education nnd citing Instances In
the lives of great n»en wlio were of low
ly birth and yet made a success In life,
which came mainly through the perse
yrrance of what was assigned to them.
Booker T. Washington was nn Illustra
tion of what might be done by a person
W,*H grit nnd determination, as was
Abraham Lincoln and many others.
Severn! times the evangelist became
humorous and brought forth applause
and laughter from the student* and his
language was savored with very little
slang.
Scored Strsat Loafers.
Mr Suntluy scored on the street loaf
ers and young men around the city who
were nothing but Idlers, and showing
how ttie I'nited States government whs
put to an extra expense Just as the re
sult of . arelessness on the part of let
ter writers Here Mr. Sunday also cited
incidents from the llvea of world famed
writers and sculptors. One of his
strongest point* was that perseverance,
lots of pepperint and ginger was nec
essary to success In this age. "Hay at
tention to the little things and the big
ger things will naturally come to you,
lie said. ”Huve faith and confidence In
your own ability and don't dely upon
some one else to get your lessons, they
will not be with you when doing your
life work Levelop a spirit of kindness
anil don't look for and talk anout flaws
to others. Be ladles nnd gentlemen, li
«lways pays. Tne supposed tough anu
• raggard never is desired In the pres
ence of good company and they never
Foil,.wing these preliminaries ••Billy”
Sunday begun hi* address The talk
was nothing more or le** than a lot 01
go«»d hurd-headed advice from a man
who haa lived in and graduated from
the school* of experience and hard
knock*, and in part he aald:
Baiataa Experience.
"Th's remind* me «»f when T waa a
school bov »"d my chief thought* waa
how to get note* to the girl I liked best
* ithout being caught. I have learned
*lri*e th#n that an education 1* not to in
culcate a Inf iif fact* but to discipline
the mint! and learn how to vain by using
my own efforts !>anlel Webster after
he hail graduuteil from college and was
on hla wa. home could not think of »m
thing but a theory In geometry and he
kept repeating that over and over in hi*
mind but that wa* not all he learned, if
it had been he would not have made the
name he did for htm**if The object of
an education Is to make u tugboat pow
erful enough to *lnk a battleship, to
make force and power of mind. There
aie two kind* of education. *that which
you receive and that which you g»ve
I»on t think >our education 1* complete
"it n 'wu receive your diploma, not at
all. you are only In tire primary depart
ment of leurnmg then AH your educa
tion |* not gotten out of ;* book
Common Things.
To be best educated you must learn
to do «oiniimn thing* in an uncommon
wa>. When | was 14 year* old I did all
the janitor work around a school of this
sue* and I lould dust a room a* olg as
this in two minute* One time the
teacher, who wg* one of those old fash
ioned and w hat I thought was a regular
buttinskv sort of a woman, threatened
t*» report me for not doing better worn
and i determined not to give her a
Chant e to get m» fired and < leaned the
*• hool a* it had never been cleaned t»« -
fore In.a caused the tea* her to < r ange
her mind and compliment instead of re
porting m* and 1 determined then an>i
there that if | could gei a compliment
out of tha* woman I could surelv do my
work to satisfy anyone if | tried hard
enough ”
Itev Sunday again «tted instance* from
Honker T Washington * life an,] told
how that Colored man had walked 1*"
mile* to a college which he wanted to
attend and had been turned down be
cause there Was no room for him and
then how be persevered and succeeded
In winning Ms way Info the college and
graduating *• t onor*
Bon t »• a Trailer.
T»on t h, trailer an*l kern off the
merrv-g#.-rr»m.*| of fad*, don’t lie and
heat and »*«* ponies in v<»ur examina
tions When you do tiit* ymi are not
cheating ' our professor* and tea* hers
vmi are cheating vnor**lv*a out of the
respect and the knowledge which you
• re supposed to have alfeadv had Keep
V«*ie head *bo« * the average and let
your bucket* down where vou are and
pick the th'nr* that are nearest vo»i
Korn* good I ahtts and keen g**«»| ««,m
pi»r y and you will so*. **d *
In * losing Mr gun Inv a*M that hr
w * * r la-' or Ins * • «
•rHoof and be w'tti the students a*t’*v
' H' r helfxsd l*ir to an errd w’th the
I eery smile* *0*1 bapi v fare*
MR. RODEHEAVER
ADDRESSES BOYS
AT WELL ATTENDED MEETING IN
V M C A AUDITORIUM
M' •» to •«** Noot
r"t*r Aftoroooo at C'oao of
Tako*"aci* t#r» cn
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of »h* Ktia4a> t»f* vr>rr*4 -it*
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1*4 Roll \ aa« kr4k a*ok*it of ik*
► iak a* hn**i anar•**io to roOi tfcot*
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too *h*t* |.**4i4 *m<
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a a* >»fi a**»*o*'aa aa4 *k*r* aao
kf ikakl. aa* a hot -*«a. *• 1 *•■ 414
•M '•!» ti,f^
, flo** °t bla talk to tbo bora that l<
*•* *>'• intention at organ.zing n St
Paol'a chapter m tbo form of a boy*
clnb some tint* In the near future
and that all of the high erhool boys
would be greatly Interested In the
work, an there would be Just enough
secret work to keep up the Interest,
and the initiation which would be eery
mild would be an added amusement.
The object Is to be for the young men
I '« refrain from all Immoral habits.
QUESTIONS FOR
SUNDAY TO ANSWER
To the Editor of the Intelligencer
Kir:—Please publish In your paper
i a few questions for Billy Sunday.
1. Hello Billy, what Is religion?
2. What is Sanctification?
3. Are you Sancttlfled?
4 Do you show me any passage
|of scripture in the Bible where it says
preach to (women only) and behind
closed doors.
6. Didn't you announce and deliver
a sermon (to men only) on March 10.
I 1912. and you advertised for people
to come ye one and all for the print
ers ink Is not black enough. It was
tough and vulgar again Billy look at
question No. I. what Is religion?
l.eave out liars, thieves, molly lutes,
mutts, and all slang.
8. Why can’t you preach the scrip
ture as written.
9. Why can't you preach to men.
women, and children all together, now
,‘and forever more? Is there a woman
J In the City of Wheeling who professed
to be a Christian, who will say on
Thursday night. Husband I am going
to hear Billy Sunday tonight, but you
can't go. be will take me In and lock
the door then his language ta too
tough for you to hear you can wait out
aide and bring me home?
Is there a man in the City of Wheel
i Ing. who wants his wife to go where
. he can't go? Ia there n woman who
cares to $o where her loving husband
| can't go? Will our county court, our
prose<*iting attorney, our mayor of
Wheeling. our chief of police and de
\ putles police stand by and see your
mothers and wives and your daughters
1 insulted? If they need medicsl ad-!
i vice let them conduct tbeir iamily J
physician and not trust a fakir. Of
j fleers of the law preform your duty,
i make him file a copy of his speech '
' with.
I am a Christian, my wife is a
Christian. I love h»r snd she loves me,
and if we can’t go arm In arm and sit
side by side and hear true religion
prcachcxl, we will slay at home, and
have our family prayer and retire. If
j my wife was to go and b»> vilified. I
■ slandered and assaulted her. Hilly |
' Sunday could not carry enough life
insurance or get enough police to save
■ him. I w«*ild spill his life blood upon
the dirty streets of Wheeling
You and If not decent stop it. as you
would a drunken brawl or prise fight,
ns he bolds no license pays you no,
taxes, but sucks the coin from your
pocket, as a leech sucks the strickling
blood to sustain life.
Will write you more Hilly and sign
ray name too
RONEYS 1*01 NT MAN.
EXPLAIN METHODS
Mias Sa*e Will Hold Mooting at Tab
arnacl®, Friday Aftarnoon, On
Biblo Study.
Friday afternoon on the platform at
| the tlbtmat le. Mlaa Sax** will meet |
i with the laid** and explain the new «
method >f organising and maintaining |
’ lllble i lasses aft»r the present meet- ■
mgs «»rc owr. The ladles c»f liellalrc, I
Krtdgeport, Martins Kerry and all swr
I rounding t< wns are Invited to attend |
i this meeting and receive instructions !
1 a. the rami’ tlrne as the local people, j
Miss Saxe has received numerous -
invitations to come to the surrounding j
1 towns for this purpos* hut she doe* |
not Aavc the tlm* gnd for this reason J
Invited all the I.idles from out of th«* ■
j city to r»e present at the tabernacle I
Krlda> after noon.
I TUBE DEPARTMENT
Employe* to Hear Addreatc* by Rev.
Mr. Peacock and Mr. Rodcheaver
Today.
Today aT 1'.' of. Rev Mr. IVurm-k
, and Mr Rodeheaver of Ihe Sunday I
’ party will ■ ondun their regular
Tburaday *hop meet In* In the tube
department of the Wheeling Steel A
Iron company at Ren wood Rev Pea
rock will rondurt the prayer rervlce*
and Mr Hodeheater will lead In the i
mu*lc and a *re»t time t* anticipated
a« a Ur*e nualer of the tube work*
employe* have attended the meeting*
■ t the taberna<le on different ocra
•Ion*
MISS MILLER
M**m r .e# Adtte*** ta M0 We*** at
Mart •** Pare* tmedt,
Meet, e*
Mlea Millet tb. !*,rt«. petty
••• f • mi* f‘ ftt th#
t tr.t l iyt il.r«ae fb..t. b at Mar
in* »Vtr .wt.rAr ttet**tif TV
n*-' *.t e*«e it t P w«td (be gtn* <d
th- ttigb bP.J w»r» tiiei. p- rwlnl..|,
t> *tt>a4 tb a t*nt<
TV Att< m matV I- M Ml'ley
V P&.b a MMOft
PROOf>«« T ■ Dffit&ATtO
btwtrtiijc W*eeb *a r»*
""tt'*! - *t*. •.'retd tar
Tbt I'nbif. *ta * nr taw *be It I * ’
Ih a* twwatdewtia' mwwatna we*w
•r~m -be be. '«* - ■ ■wee. ewe'* tw
•we’ f’ a aa Anetaei.* aba* »b*B Waa
•w* wf 'be tea T trwtww ftm ta bv
•a a H*« Tbe t» —a ■ uaM *e
*a • *e- ti 'ta-. H f —e-bee af «*Q *
aa*d Ttanbat bank taf **-fm >
Mb tt*eaa
•Obib Ob f *i*i
po« t-uibCi h. tatur
\rtt Tito*
Te*wr>« * ■ e*« e> na a ■ wi■ i am tv
' "'b eaa pant •* trbti tar *(t«n
•t%4*y TW *d»«*e pewbabty wtl ba
WANTED—Mik Help.
tap t« la IS rw> ef
■”*•••• tar advancement, pie. e
*■*»• •* *• •* per week -an be tab at
e*a»t National (Mbit. Hern.* Bureau.
*•* Hoard of Trade HMf ar-:i -a
I'tewographee riper traced ie
irarrai office work l>tward Wwnrr
U1I k»'ri Pt. rttjr. mr-Sl-J
tboaa who employ
tabor, taka notice With proper not Ire
wo will undertake te supply say number
of tabarrra for public work of any kind
All laborer. out of employment should
r*pert at thie office, all contractor. and
emplorera of labor ohnuld place thatr or
«H •• f«r •" advance a* poaalb.a. We
will Import and export tabor to mnd from
Utla atate. do not fall to place ordera
well |„ advance National Public Sorvlc.
Bureau, so. Board of Trada Bide .Wheel
In*. w a mr-lt-tf
SI* boy a over It yeara old aa
packaae boya. Reference required
Apply Shipping Clerk. Stone * Ttiomaa
_ _ mr-lt-tf
WAim—laborer., all men looking
■°r work ahould apply and thoae need
in* help of sny kind should roramunt*
r®1e with National Public Service Hu
r*»u- Board of Trade Bldg . Wheel
,n«j _mr-lt-tf
VAtzaS—100 mtnera for Wear Vir
ginia. new mining development., no
work Apply to National
Public Service Bureau. JOO Board of
Trade Bldgmr-lt-tf
WAITIt— ->0 coal miner., married men
w-lth famtllea. good houaes. good work,
trsnsportatton advanced “rsnnaylva*
nla. Ai-ply to National Public Service
Bureau. Boom S00 Board of Trade Bldg.
mr-lt-tf
WANTED—LABORERS
OUTSIDE WORK.
APPLY—
Wh£. Mold & Foundry Co.
Wam^aAt area atvcrai tool 6aU*»
to work before
fm^W,jr Clrcmlatv»n Depart
row Intalllffncs;, between « mm4 g
DOCTOR PINCHED
THE BURGLAR
REECE THOMAS CAUGHT IN BEL
LAIRE PHYSICIAN’S
OFFICE.
Takan to Polica Headquarters and
Tumad Ovar to the Author.
For Trial.
Late last evening. I)r. J. M. Henaley,
a well known UelUIre phyalelan
heard a notao in hi* office, which 1*
directly under hi* sleeping rooms, and
on Investigation he learned that a
burglar was at work. The doctor
crept down stairs and took the man
Into custody apparently without re
slatenrr. He then took him to police
headquarters, where he turned him
over to Chief Mahore.
The man gave his name as Recce
Thomas, and his home as Pittsburgh
lie Is about thirty-five years old. on
hi* person were found five spectacles
and cases, but there wa* no other
evidence to show that h. was a pro
fessional burglar. The case |* rather
a mysterious one The man will be
arralnged before Mayor Wassmun this
morning.
TRY HUFFMAN
OMIO BMiTOl OH WAX. TOM AC
cirTnto a Bara e
■mar Attack Xa Mad. on XXtaetw. by
tb* Attorney, for tbs Def.nse
COM MBC8. o. March — The * torv
of alleged leglslat'vr bribery a. related
In the Andrew s and I -*rgl* trials was
retold agsln to-dav In the trial of State
senator Isaac K Huffman, cliarged with
accepting « bribe of »r<"> from I.etec
tlve frank Harrison Smiley In connec
tion wltii an Insurance bill
Ti e testimony of I -elective Smiley
to-day was Identical with the story he
related at the trial of Senator Andrews
who - a. eon- !• ted last Week on a simi
lar Indictment
Attorney* for the defense made a
hitter atta- k upon the reputation of
Smiley.
New Princess Arrive*.
BRt’SSKLS. March JO.- Princess
Plementinc. the wife of Prince Victor
Napoleon gave birth to a daughter to
day.
SOCIALISTS NOMINATE
GOVERNOR IN MAINE
BELFAST. Me” March JO George
Allen England, of Bryants Pond wa*
nominated for governor of Maine at
the Socialist state convention here to
day
DIED.
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BUSINESS OPPORT’NITIES
Z WILL pay $250.00 to anyone who trill
give me tl*e name of a buyer for my
15.000 00 atock in a gas well that is sup
plying gas for three towna. and earned
21 per cent dividends last year, and will
earn more this year. I am forced to sell
mv stock to protect another Investment
Stock is worth above par. but I will sell
It at par For full particulars address
P. O. Boa 113. Washington. I>. C
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BUSINESS CHANCES
TOM 1AT.T—A business chance Owing
to the Illness of the proprietor of a
good general hardware and roofing bus.
r.ess situated on a prominent street. — A
first class stand, must be sold to close
up the business This Is a good appor
tunlty for any m*«n that wants a busi
ness Call or address If C. Richards.
Attorney at I*aw. 1404 Chspllne Street
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WAITED—f
position. Call at i*4C Main St O. A.
Gebhart ^ . mr-iH
LOST.
IsOttt—brown leather book, with owner's
r.amc. contained papers, etc. Reward.
I^eave at Jos. Speidei Orocery Co.
_ mr-20-1
MISCELL. AK EO US
ZMwiiSTMIITS If you wish to buy or
se.l a business. If you desire to take
a Partner w,th or without hin service in
the business. If you w.sh to make an
investment of any kind If you wish to
buy or sell a farm, coal. oil. gravel sand
or any minderal produc ing property If
you have monev to invest in any kind
of business, we can assist you. State
plainly in your first letter Just what
you want our service leads to quick
deals National Public Service Bureau, i
Wheeling. W Va. mr-21-tf
WAITED Furnished room, by travel
ing n.an. two evening per week, cen
trally located Give price and location
Address J It, care th?a office mr-l>-i
LADIES AND GENTIiMEN.
C«.n p.16 for cast off clutblna. Wr;i»
or rail.
»«. 1037 Markat at. WDMUif, w.
m. _ _ _ MitMIt wra
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m it A aJ booaiet of isiwr*
Kentjr u u.aita_Waoelin*. W Va
WM-loIMci Bad Malts, nut and t*s41
Laiata, Attach r new is cert Full/ placod
••veutsd We aJjdet claims inj
maa^ collectluoa on a cunnn.sstoa basis
No collection, lo |»a/ The lu. oyc Mar.
rsntlla Agency.!** Board of Trad# Bid*,
WhmvUmM Mr. Va iw-4
Si.ALEP PROPOSALS.
Vatic* to Muafactarar* Jobb*ra. M*r
Oth*r Wbulaaa.. Daalara.
NOTLT. IS HKKr.KV UIVKN. That
>*>• Sf'at. B.*rd ..f I'nr.'rol of th. Stat#
°* "ost V'lrgl-ila will receive bids daily
St *ts office st Chatleaton. V.'eat Vir
ginia for furn.«nlng supplies for the
I t^ta»s Ins: tutlona. the flr.an< ai
••■MUfOfeert of wbl. h is ve#*ed in said
Contracts will be awarded to *h#
M Iders quality r<»r*td*red and
other thing* btllc equal. Wast Virg.ai*
doalera old be given preforesee
l.tats of supplies needed will b for
riatied bldde.e on receipt of requests
stating the line 'wired
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WANTED—Mile or ferrule
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fOk MMWT St* room lp>u*e No. If
Vermont avenue I Inland I. hot and cold
water, bath, laundry and cellar. IVa*»-*
alon at once. K. M. Cotton. Geo XL
Knook Co. mr-ZO-tf
VOS Bm—Store room No. 1038 Mar*
krt atreet, opposite new auditorium
Enquire Wm Welty, 1044 Market St
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TOM U>T—New. modern 4 roomed
house. In YVoodlawn All conveni
ences Possession May 1st. See W H.
Nichols. Lealherwood. Hell phone III J
Altenhelm. mr-13-tf.
TOM MMWT—Conveniently located brtri*
building of C rooms and large yard.
■ No. 78 Sixteenth atreet; possession
March 1st. Herse A Klrchner Co., seo
j ond floor Schmu'bach building. f-If-tf
TOM MMWT—Three nl.eiy (unjihid
' room* for llgot housekeeping Apply
SO North Front street. Jy-31-tf
VC* MMMT—I-room Hat. with bate
first floor, also 3. * and t-room fLata,
nicely furnlakar*. fitted up for llgat
beuaekeaplng. rant reaaonabla tnnly
«* N. From. e-33-tf
_FOR SAUL
FOR SALE—Farm of 45 acre* In goo#
condition, with co<h1 hou*e and barn;
! situated at Plney Fork. Jefferson county.
I Ohio; 10 miniitM walk# to 2 large coal
minM. and station, a good market for
• right at I rgali for
! some one. Aa I am quitting on account
I of old age. Address Arhlllr Algrnin. K
* F. I>. No. 1. Adena. Ohio. mr-2G-tap-2«l
FOR SALS—* >r partner w anted in llva
I fvnnay I vnnia town of 2, ft## Innahi
I tanta A general upholstering. awning
and carpet business For particular
write to or call Bo* No. 156 R. D. No. 1,
■ Martin* Ferry. O. tnr-ll-1
FOR SALE—Fheap. 2 cylinder marina
»ngi • M;rn St 011-1 ^ >
ROOMS WITH BOARD
T12 SETTERS Fumiahedl room*, with
board. »4f. Main ?*t 1H4-.I Hell
For Sale—Typewriter?
* FOR SALE—Typewriter*. When buying
1 a typewriter, tt will pay you to buv
' the beat No mac hine will do better
typewriter will atand mo'e hard usage
| and require lean repairs than any other
machine A record hand Oliver machine
* will bring a much higher pr ee than any
other make of machine after being in
I use for two to five year*. Twentx-four
hundred <2400i envelope* • an be *d
. dressed In one working day on t.ie <Si
lver machine < Demonstrated In ,.Vhef>
! *ng • The Oliver machine will be placed
In vozir office on trial at your request.
*i h. Oliver machine ia *n)d at a caari
1 price and «1ao c*n the easy payment pian.
, \'«il and ree tne worn of the new Oliver
i Prlntype, you will be interested Nat
| tonal l*ubl « Service Korean, distributor*
- K<*»m 3fu Hoard of Trade Kullding
mr* 12-tf
FOR SALE
writer, a most new. perfect «*-nd.» - :u
I Room 3<»6 Hoard of Trade Kullding
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