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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - February 11, 1937, Charleston, West Virginia PAGE TWENTY THE CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL, THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY ll, 1937Evening, Time is Reading, Time—Your Daily Mail Want Ad Works Then FOUR TREATED I IN RABIES CASE Children Receive Care Following Delay in Examining Dog A dog killed Saturday night bv a city policeman in Costeilo street had 1 rabies, it wa' reported Thursday by the city health department, which received a report late Wednesday 1 afternoon from the state laboratory. The parents of two of the children bitten did not wait for a report from the laboratory. Their chi'.- ; aren received rabies ^inoculations, i They were Mildred Harper. 13 years j old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis I T. Harper, of Burlew Heights, and Ruth Conner. 12 years old. daughter j of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conner, of the Elk river road. The two other children known to have been bitten are Helen Lips- ; comb and Alice Roach, both resi-oents of the Costello street section They received innoculations Thursday. The rabid dog is known to have I bitten other dogs. Mr. Conner said Thursday that the dog appeared in the vicinity of his home Saturday morning and chased some children, biting his daughter, and other dogs in that vi- j amity. He said that when he read ; the story Sunday in the Daily Mail of the dog being killed, he went to examine the dog and immediately j recognized it as the one that had bitten his daughter. Couldn’t Get Action ”1 wanted some action Sunday.” Mr. Conner said, “but I couldn’t get it. I couldn’t get anybody in the city to go and get the body of the dog. j I had to go and get it myself and ' take it to the crematory. “I saw' the city humane officer Monday morning.” Mr. Conner said, “and he told me that the brain of the dog already had been sent to the state laboratory and that he would have a report in six hours. I called the laboratory and they didn’t know anything about it. Now I find out that the head of the dog wasn’t even sent to the laboratory until Wedne?-dav morning.” The dog was killed by a policeman Saturday night. The dog belonged to Cecil Chandler. of near Detroit, and was being kept at the home of Chandler s brother, Claude Chandler, of 133 Costello street. It was Mr. Chandler who called the police department. No Fee Charged Roscoe Peters, of the incinerator department, said Wednesday that the head was not taken to the state laboratory because he “could not find anyone who would be responsible for the $2 fee.” The city health department said Thursday that apparently there was some misunderstanding at the crema-torv or that those in charge had been misinformed, because no fee is charged by the state laboratory. It was reported at the health department that the men at the crematory were instructed by telephone Monday morning to take the head of the dog to the state laboratory immediately, and that the city would be billed for fees if there were anc. Refugees En Route to Memphis Out of the lowlands of eastern Arkansas and Missouri came this never-ending stream of refugees across the Harahan bridge into Memphis. It was the only open route into the city and from the flood districts of the devastating Ohio and Mississippi rivers came the stricken residents n autos, trucks, carts, on muleback and in wagons Secluded Farm Kingdom Built By Van Sweringens Is on Sale Bachelor Brothers' Estate, Burdened by Debts, ]Vlav Become Cleveland Addition CLEVELAND. Feb. ll (APL— Daisy Hill farm. the proud secluded little kingdom on Cleveland’s outskirts, from which the late Van Swenngen brothers. O. P. and M. J., commanded a railroad empire in the quiet and exclusive atmosphere they cherished. had a for sale” sign on it today. Burdened with debt and bereft of its two bachelor rulers. Daisy Hill with its ll master chambers and its indoor swimming pool became the property of the Union Trust Co. The Union Trust, itself in liquidation. announced with almost Van Swenngen brevity and dig-ity: “This very wonderful property of some BOO acres is for sale. preferably in a block.” A group of wealthy real estate men. it was learned today, are considering purchase of debt-ridden Daisy Hill. They are thinking of developing the large estate SOUTH CHARLESTON The Lucky Seven club will give a Bingo and bridge party Thursday evening at the South Charleston Woman's club. Mr. Nicholas Barth will be master of ceremonies. Mrs. W. P. Adams will conduct a children’s story hour at the South Charleston First Baptist church from 3:30 to 4.30 o’clock Friday afternoon in connection with the world-wide day of prayer. All children are invited to attend. The high school assembly was postponed from Wednesday to Friday at which time a Lincoln's day program will be presented under the direction of the history classes. Mrs. M. E. Lore was hostess to members of Circle A of the South Charleston First Baptist Woman's union Tuesday evening at her home in Ninth avenue. Mrs. Russell Foglesong presided at the busmen meeting and Mrs. L. C. Via conducted the devotional service A Bible lesson was taught by Mrs. Nannie Martin. Mrs.    C.    W.    Hudson    -ang “An Evening Prayer” and “Did You Think to Pray.” Present were: Mrs. W. H. Ellis. Mrs. W L Gwinn. Mrs. B B Vaughn. Mrs. J. K Corner. Mrs. Ralph Dodds. Mrs. W. A. Lore. Mrs. J.    A.    Smith, Mrs.    C F Happen, Mrs.    L    C.    Ho?field.    Mrs. Earl P. Smilh. Mrs. C. F. Forren. Mrs. S H. Harrison. Mrs. Roy Francis and Miss Crystal Meadors. Circle B met at Mrs. Carle C. Henson's home in Montrose drive. Mrs. W D. Hill presided and Mrs. Bert Crum led the devotional meeting. Others present were: Mrs. J. H Lake. Mrs. J. A. Elwell. Mrs. J. W Pauley. Mrs.    L.    A    Worley,    Mrs. George K Thomas. Mrs. L. C. Ham-brick, and Miss Mary Henson. A Valentine party will be given b’ the Pastor's Helpers cia?? of the Spring Hill St Paul Methodist church in the church recreation room Friday evening. The Darlington Methodist Wiling Workers class will have a Valentine banquet at 6 30 o'clock Friday evening at the church. Woman's auxiliary circle of the First Presbyterian church will meet at 7:30 o’clock Thursday evening a: the following homes: Circle No. I, Mrs. L. C Swanker, chairman, at the home of Mis. H h McGregor at 007 Myers avenue in Dunbar; circle No. 2. Mrs. C. S. Thacker, chairman, with Mrs. VV. A Fuller in Third avenue; circle No. 3. Mrs. Vernon Nichols, chairman. a' Mrs. Nichols’ homo in Rosemom avenue and circle No. 4. with Mrs Roy Arthur as chairman, at Mrs. Joseph Scott's home in C street. Under the direction of Mrs George F. Borchert. circle No 3 of the Darlington Methodist church. South, served a benefit luncheon Thursday at the church. Mrs. Emma Blackman of E street wus hostess Tuesday evening 'n members of the woman's missionar-society of the Darlington Methodist church. South. Mrs. Minnie Frasher presided and Mrs. Maude Lemon. Mrs. W. H. Holstein, Jr., Mrs. Willis Taylor, Mrs. G. F. Borchcrt, Mrs. Guy Campbell and Mrs. O. H. Dorsey presented the program. Others present were. Mn. Robert Baber. Mrs. A VV Willman, Mrs. Harry Hanger. Mrs. Frenk Barger, Mrs. C. D. gentry, I Mrs. Belle Alexander. Mr? A. W Daubenspeck. Mrs. John Hen,-'n. Mrs. John C. Hendershott. Mu Sherman Huffman. Mrs. John B!a< k. Miss Violet O Daniels. Miss Myrtle Brackman, Miss Jean Campbell an" Rev. O. H. Dorsey. The Zogg-O'DeU Brownie pack met Wednesday afternoon    at    the Fir.-! Presbyterian church under ’he direction of Mrs. Francis Lillie. Mrs. E. G. Heinz and Mrs. Charles Bices assisted by Mrs. Charles O. Show. The pack was instructed in designing and creating Valentine cor.-age.' made of candy and doilies, Armor lodge No. 2.78    of    the Knights of Pythias will meet at 7.30 o’clock Thursday evening    at    the Cole building. Mr. W. I Goodwin was honor guest Saturday evening at a bi loge party given by Mrs. Goodwin at their home in Third avenue celebrating his birthday anniversary. Present are- Mr. and Mrs. George Briggman. Mr and Mrs Paul Schrader. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oake- Mr ann Mrs. Paul Groves. Mr. and Mrs. E. B Harter, Mr. and Mrs Andy Lupev. Mr. .and Mrs. L H Seaton Mr and Mrs. Homer Bosher. Mr ana Mrs O H. Sheets. Mr. and Mr? Hart* E Baer. Mr. Harry Crandon and Mr. Kenneth Skags?. Montrose Rebekah lodge No. 287 will meet Thursday evening at. 7 30 o'clock in the Spring Hill Ona Fe! lows hall Mrs ,T Harlan Reed is ill at ber home in Spring Hill. Ralph Heinz, who has been a pa* tient in the Dunn hospital ha? returned to hi' parent'' home Mr. and Mrs. F.. G. Heinz, in Ro.-emont avenue. Mrs. K C Smith, Mi- F K Mandeville and Mr- C K Stover have returned to their 'n on ie- in South Charleston af:er a trip to Huntington where thcv \ qed Mrs by inviting a select group of wealthy Clevelanders to build there. Oscar L Cox liquidator of the bank, said the Daisy Hill company which operated the farm "owes this trust 5736.000 including interest to the first of trie year, which has been regarded as junior to a previously existing mortgage of $42,330 including interest to trie first of the year and to upwards of $100,000 in iinpa.d taxes The debts on toe farm arose between 1930 and 1932. Cox e?’*-mated the Van Sweringens had spent $2,000,000 including the cost of furnishings and land, to provide themselves at Daisy Hi!’ a ith the sort of comfortable elegance which they enjoyed. No one but close friends and a few business associates over encountered the beauties a o n g Daisy Hill’s bridle paths or splashed in the indoor swimming pool or sat down in the old fa -inned dining room with its fireplace and spinning wheel. Students ll rii ti nu To Make Dancing Plea Two representatives of the Morris Harvey college student body were expecting to go betorn the college’s board of trustees Thursday afternoon to present petition of the students that the college supervise or permit dancing. The struggle of the student? for dancing has been going on for -on e time and became intense during the last week, after Dr Leonard Riggleman, president of the school. denied the request Overton Biggs, student council president, and Carl Tully, senior class president, were told by the college president last week that he would notify the board at it? meeting Thursday that the two wish to be heard by the board, in an appeal from his ruling. Smith’.? son. Mr Everett Smuh. woo is a student at Marshall college. Mrs John R Kelly and oauuhte*' Peggy, of Scranton Pa ale gun * of Mi Kelly? parent-, Mr and Mrs H, L McLean, of Rosemont avenue Mr John Henson, who has been SCHOOL PLANS ARE DISCUSSED Federal Official Tells of Ways to Obtain Federal Funds Alternative proposals Thursday emerged from discussions relative to the establishment of an industrial training school in Charleston. The discussions were held at the Thomas Jefferson junior high school Wednesday night. The alternatives appeared to be: Establishment of the school on a private basis, with the idea of charging sufficient tuition to make it selfsupporting. aided perhaps by a giant of part of the building funds from the PWA. but otherwise not assisted by federal funds. Sponsorship of the school by a public agency, such as the c itv or the county board of education, under which plan federal fund? would he available for the payment of instructors. a-: well as building costs. Industrial Needs Cited State, city and county officials, as well a? representatives of labor. Industrie--' and the American Legion. Wednesday night attended the meet-at which George A McGarvey, federal regional director of industrial training, was present. Mr. McGarvey gave the group hi? observations about the operation ol similar schools elsewhere and en couraged the sponsors of the project. Representatives of industries declared themselves strongly rn favor of the school They said that it now is necessary to import skilled label into the valley from cities a? far away as Cleveland and Pittsburgh One thought that seemed uppermost in the minds of tho?e who attended the meeting is that the pu b lent could be solved by floating a bond issue for the construction of a new high school and obtaining a 43 per cent grant of the building co < and federal funds for payment of instructors, including in the building facilities for industrial training courses. Legion to Study It T H McGovran. comm John Brawley post of the Ai Legion, which is sponsom project, said he expected to meeting of the Legion comm about a week to consider ti iou? plan? Francis W. Turner, head of ti children'? bureau of the depaitme of public assistance, who original proposed t enrollment Too Late to Classify Bv Baer nd< i Hee ie va. ie school of 2.000 ann tude Legal Motive NMI lei : TO THU CREDITORS AND RENE FR IA-RIES OF TMF F STATE OF MARY J MASON DF CFXSFD Ai’ pel? -i.- hav a Cairns ag! the of. legally verated to the undersigned a- hi- off ;i e sr Ch- Na' Ba-k Ll g rn The City of Charleston. Kanawha Countv. Wes* Virginia on or bef,ne th* 12th dav o? Angus*. 1937: other* ?e tt-.rv ini-v h\ law be excluded from ;.:l bene-11 * of said csta’e Ail o-?.orl e?t«*Te ar'' not Led to be i e?cn: o said da*, to Diotcc* then interest: FRANK I TAYLOR Comm is - of Ai Kau iv- ha Coui. \ NOTI! I : TO TMF CREDITORS AND BE NE FICI A RIES OK THE ESTATE OK MATTU J ONES DECEASED AH person.? having claims against th< <■ • (ie of *he >a*d Mattie J one?, dec* d whe*hei due or no'. ho t >' t.ed :•• t-v bibi? - line with ti.- vmm .et mere*-I Cit * And C -u: S. < .ll rim ti RANT P HAI.I. JR for Kanawha Couii” West Virginia, NOTH I 111 IM? SO! I I lox from mf I ut Mid I rind ti ill at he by ii Inc- moved from th* ,:    home    in Mon* rose drive t<> 4 Central court ii Highland terrace - Monterey cypress tree? are foam only in one place Mon let i v pen rn, Sula. California tit?, ut hts nome the :,i a patient t r* the taw s ot n Hunt inst on. rem her * -vied th is recov ct mg ?a:d C et home oi ti the resolut: solved y. who has been that ii r Secreta Second a: L i n ,’enue V irgmi tion of AB ; rte Taylor hat e tile un M FC. I )* jim; ion that said Companv be c Was dills, regularly arri un.. • ariep*. d. arri ?■ ot ct i-    g. rider date of January 26. 19.'’.“. i-v of Slaw Of the Stole til \V I?sued a Certificate of Dis-said Compaa? inquiries hoiilri be a.idro??ed Ider. inned in care of Read Fbi Company. Savannah Gem gut yen ut dei rn? Ii..rid and Hie Companv this 81 n ria*, of Febru A C HF AD Pi oxide* R^vd Phosphate Compo GET A BETTER USED CAR THAT’S GUARANTEED ( r RFNEtjVfD X PHONE NUMBERS rot1 Should Know Eire Dept.—35-166 Police Dept.—22-131 Daily Mail Want Ad" TELL-U-WHERE BUSINESS DIRECTORY A World of Sirrte* The firms and n-d:\iduals listed below place at your call    a “World if Service.” Read their advertisements carefully for services or wares you require. ACCOUNTANTS—C. I’. A. HOWELL. HARRY R—Certified Public! Accountant, Rm. 709-10 Kanawha \ ai-ley Bids. Ph 32-451. ANTIQUES ANTIQUES — RALPH D SHREWSBURY 21-761. MEARS—409 ATTORNEYS ROBERTSON. ULLIAN S.—2! Va Capitol! St. Phone 22-961 AUTO BODY WORKS CAPITOL CITY BODY WORKS. INC.— ' H ll Walker. Pres; C. V Rode?. Sec-| Tr**av 4'.2 Tennessee Ave. iWCi. Ph i 25-213 Night Ph 28-717. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS SCHMIDT MOTOR CO., INC.—C, J.j Schmidt. Pros.; Raymond D Rhode?. I V Pres.; Cecil I. Walker, Gen’l. Mgr. j 203 Mc. Cork ie Ave IS C.» Ph. 4-171 Chevrolet Sales A Service. MONUMENTS WEST CHARLESTON MONUMENT CO. —O M Mayes. Mgr 1443’a Washington St West. Ph. 25-463 Monument* A Markers Best grade Granite Sc Marble MOTOR FREIGHT LINES MERCHANTS DISPATCH, INC—223-25 Virginia St East Phone *20-159. MUSICAL INSTR! CTION HONOLULU CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC— Rm 2H5 Odd Fellows Bldg Ph. 31-775 Instruction on Hawaiian. Spanish. & Tenor Guitar. OFFICE SUPPLIES CITY PRESS—Hale Sc ROSE Ph. 21-139 Virginia. Printing A Office Supplies. OPTICIAN COFFMAN OPTICAL CO —E S. Coffman. 323 Professional Bldg. Ph. 27-713. MCMILLION MOTORS. INC.—1008 Ia*e St Pm 24-183. Chevrolet Sales and Service OPTOMETRIST MATHENY. D K DR.—807 33-363. Res. 403 Greenbrier. Lee St. 32-049, FOR BETTER USED CARS—See Hugh Stewart Motors, Inc.. 21 Va. St W 1027 Va St. E. ALTO LOANS KANAWHA AUTO LOAN CO - I,. K. LAUNDAU, Mgr. 1441 ^ Summer' St. Ph. 20-721. Small loans at reasonable rates PHOTOGRAPHERS—COMMERCIAL HAZELTON. J WILLIAM—I IO-A McFarland. Phone 34-482. PHOTO SUPPLIES CAMERA SHOP A PHOTO SUPPLY-J. W. Hazelton UO-A McFarland. 34-482. ALTO PARTS ■'HILDF.RS CUT RATE TIRE A ACCESSORIES—D O. Childers. Prop W. K. Kelly Mer 1027-29 Wash Ph 28-603. “I guess I d better put an ad in tim Daily Mail for a new job.” The Charleston Daily Mail Real Estate For Sale BEAUTY SHOP BENNETT’S BEAUTY SHOP A STUDIO - 614 I/oe 21-515. Specializing in all lines of Beauty Culture. BRICK WEST VIRGINIA BRICK CO.—422 Virginia East. Phone 27-149. Brick Manufacturers. PHOTOGRAPHER SWANN STUDIO 14 Capitol St    Dial    25-913 Child Photography A Specialty MANO TUNING EXPERT PIANO TUNING Estimate Free—Prices Reasonable J. H. Woods. McKee Music Co. 31-C23. Published on Every Week Day Evening and on Sunday Morning by The Charleston Mail Association Telephone Dial Capitol 22-141 Connecting Ail Departments Publication Office    1001    Virginia    St. The Associated Press is exclusive!v entitled to the use for republication of alt news dispatches credited *o it or not otherwise* credited in tin? paper and al?o the iocal news contained herein. IO—Brokers in Real Estate WE MANAGE PROPERTY COLLECT RENTS BUY AND SELL REAL EST ATI Let Us Serve You TITLE MORTGAGE A DISCOUNT CO. Room 31 Capital City Bank Building Telephone Day 23-315 Evenings 26-44F BUILDING SPECIALTIES MCKNIGHT CO., THE—Vaughn Mcknight. 1048 Sixth. Ph. 22-971. Stov-Domes, Overhead Doors. Incinerators and Steel Casement Windows. PLUMBING BASHLOR PLUMBING CO.—N A. Basher. 406 Randolph. Ph. 20-064. All Work Guaranteed. • I—Business Property BUILDERS SUPPLIES BUILDERS MATERIAL CO. — H. W. Kelly. G W. Kelly, Hunt Ave. at N. Y C R. R PO Box 1686. Ph. 28-139. PRINTING MATHEWS PRINTING A LITHOGRAPHING CO.-H. S. Mathews, Pres.-Treas. Kathleen Morris. Sec. 600-02 Capitol. Phones 24-197 A 24-198. FOREIGN REPKE SF NT A TI YES LORENZEN A THOMPSON 28 West 44th SM ce* NEW YORK CITY 333 Nortn Michigan Ave. CHICAGO. ILL KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION DAIEY AMJ SUNDAY • BY CARRIERI One Week ....................... S    .20 One Month ..................  87 Hire* M rubs  ..................... 2 60 Six Month* ........................ 5.20 Ina V    ........... IO I • BY MMI I Three M -nth? in advance .......... I 80 Six Month? in advance.......... I no One Year rn advance ............ 8 CK) OI TS I DF WEST VIRGINIA! One Y’ear in advance .    ..... 9 OC • SUNDAY ONLY. Ore Year tn advance .......... 2 51 Monde vs and Thursdays* One Y* ar in Advance ......... 2 50 Note all Ma l Sub; trip:ion* sort in the 'tate are subject lo a 2f« Consumers Su’.es Tax NOTICE Mail subscrlp* ion. not accepted lr Sui TH LHAULKSToX Home and bu.- ?:ness and equipment on r?Tu‘e CO. Restaurant nary vv ith apai ?m< tnt overhead, large U IF YOU art noking for a good pa ying business Inca hon. jet us tell you a bout th.s splendid property. Owner lea ling s!ate* priced fur a few day? only. $3.- OOO with $r> OO cash, and balance $ IO - !' MIK! :V UL ALTY Cd REALTORS Phone 31 9*1 Eves. 2- 1-452 12—Farm? and land For Sale 48 ACRE Da v Earn up I a: ri and bo*- tum. up f: near Clyde 6 room Iv ■)U?e. 22-810. arn and milk house Pi ii on € BABY FARMS - Walking distance of city L D Paulev , IL * Mason.c Temple Cap 28-613. Eves 24-555 13—House? ! oi sal** CREDIT REPORTS CHARLESTON RETAIL CREDIT ASS N. —Dewey E. S Kuhn?, Mgr. 8th FL Virginian Land Bank Bldg. Ph. 21-111. DRY C LEANERS GARDNERS DRY CLEANING CO — Abe Gardner. Mgr 407 Wash. E. 22-129. ELK I RK Al. CONTRACTORS GOLDFARB NAT HAN — 309 Summers. F*h. 22-549. Electrical Contractor, Wiring. Repairs. Fixtures A Supplies. POULTRY BURFORD’S PRODUCE—Carl S. Bur- ford, Mgr. 1709 7th Ave. West. Ph. 27-021. Dealers in live or dressed poultry. Fresh country eggs. RADIO SERVICE PH II.CO SERVICE—NATIONAL RADIO SERVICE—12L‘8 Washington East. Dial 29-697. REAL ESTATE NOYES A YOUNG-Bradford Noyei, Roger A. Young. 1100 Va Quarrier. Ph. C*>j-431    Real Estate A Fire Insurance. HEATING Sc PLUMBING APPALACHIAN HEATING A PLUMBING CO —1121 Washington East. Phone 34-363 “You Pay For First Class Work. Why Not Have It?” HOSPITALS HO MF] HOSPITAL Greenbrier    Phone    20-556 Ail a l? are rrs’rictrd to th* r cepa clas'ifu alien and to toe regular    Da iv Ma.I stvle of type CLASSIFIED RATES Per line for consecutive insertions Charge Cash Seven Dav* .......   66    .05 Three Da vs ........ 08    .07 One Day ............ IO    OI Advert! ng ordered f r irregular tr hCi't lor srrMor !S subn i rate tex to th e one-time in Cou; nt o a.erji ge words to a line The CKis^ifiofJ Advertis in ti Department IS OIH' n *o re ce iv e advert1 {sing from 8 A M to 5PM cia sly. Co pv required bv IO \ M. U r a: bemoon editions Chai ref* ivis w ii! he re ce iv cd bv te;e- phone * J d ar the l) , M lily rf fire v. t !*i. n scv'o; i days fre r: he Erst dav of * ne ertion casi ordered fo I rate \k\ it seven c i ne allowed. boforn ex pl ratio) n will oi r. Iv ht* charged for th< f* nun t>er c if ttmrs ? he ads appeared ii list ment f v.ade at t lie rate« earned The Da I Iv v* ii; I vv til no * be responsible for rn • ;»n y a ore than o ds Errors ne tncorr ort lr «ertton <>t ye reposed be- io Ob, f Rate wn.tte soace se me a.* ihihU'her, re-rrve the r’gnt to edit oi meet anv classified advertising CODS C HP* FOR SUND \Y ISSI I Hi QUESTED BY 7 30 p. M SATURDAY. The >n Dailv Mall J? a Association of News* Advertising Members n ehng newspapers urination ol *iv cl issifled let • O’ D ills* pa pet u lasso which inch throughout me count* one of its aims the fraudulent and mush*, advertising. The Ch Mail as w ell aa cvei v other member of the A celation endeavors to print only truthful classified advertisements and will appreciate hue mu its attention calk*) to ariv advertisement rot conforming to the highest standard of hones' v QI \RRIFR ST '"A hi Brick 9 room'. TAK K Vol K I * I < K Wh * p.ok ..g is good. The oids and PROPERTY NO I 27x93. I. t oo n S* 4 room?. Prue SLTM. $75 ca?h payment . r or.t. *    $15 'Hi. PROPERTY NO 2 Lincoln St. 4 rooms. Cash $;.■»- Mm; I hly pay me-.*. PROPERTY NO. 3 Gardner Ave 4 nos. HROPFRTY NO. 4 I A e Store-r on: : * PROPERTY NO 6 - Lu oh), one 3 rooms: W. T. Johnson Hor e Ph ne 22-309    Phone    22-963 To:; Ilium.AM) AVFATK Si»! TU I HAU.KSM »\ house Hot am furnace', garage in buVe-mc::* N \\ ava. .able. Pr.ce. $c.25d OO on DIAK ’J" I Is* i KNTKAK Tim ST rn. TH REK-ROOM COTTAGE Re . ct 35 v IOO I    N SI    So    < tor    Vers : ca - unable    Write    J. \V Meadow.*, Logan. Y\ Va 52* MAIN STREET Beautiful home. six room?, bath, basement, garage, fm-nace heat. Prier st ar no B B GOINGS on ll OI EN SI RANCE SMITH. ALEX Q —Room 41! Kanawha B ail Kinj A Trust Bldg Insurance in ? branches Phone 26-011. RENTAL—RENTAL COLLECTIONS J R JONES RENTAL & COLLECTION AGENCY’—601 Capitol. Ph. 28-931. RESTAURANT FLORENTINE INN—Piedmont Sc Greenbrier. Italian A American Foods. Private Dining Rooms. Ph. 27-621. E. lannareili. Mgr. STERLING LUNCH—Andrew A. Rapt:*. Cor. Capitol A Washington. Ph. 32-243. Well known place to eat. SUPREME LIBERTY LIFE INSURANCE CO Fi L Powell. State Mar. Rm? 2-4 Knights of Pythias Bldg PH. 32-143. JL\\ ELFRS LLOYD’S JEWELRY STORE Llovd. Prop 5 Arcade Bldg T. 11? TIC F OF MIF. PEACE FINNEY. GEORGE J— I Bridge Ave •S S » Ph. 27-351. Res. 200 A (S C.i Ph. 42-159. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT CAPITOL RESTAURANT A BEVERAGE EQUIPMENT CO., INC.—142 Summers. Ph. 27-853. Restaurant, Fountain, and Cafe Equipment. ROOFING SHAWVER. W. F. SONS CO , INC. THE! — Roofing Contractors, Sheet Metal Products. Guttering. Spouting, Repairing A Air Conditioning. 507 Capitol, -ti-543 KINDERGARTEN GIVINS. MRS KIN DBR G \RTEN —1216 Virginia S Ear*. Ph .S-437. SEA FOODS POTTERS SEA FOOD INC.—Guy D. Potter. Mgr. 24 Capitol. 35-544 A 24-633. I. YUN DRY ELITE LAUNDRY A DRY CLEANING CO -Virginia Cor. Columbia Blvd. SUPERIOR LAUNDRY A DRY CLEANING CO.—Cha?. B Young. Pre?. A Gen’i Mgr Prentice Ashton, V Pres. C A. Young. Sec -Treas Ofe. 304 Kanawha Plant 300-304 Kanawha. Ph 26-115 SHOE REPAIRING ECONOMY SHOE SHOP 214 Washington St.. West. Dial 32-013 Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed SIGNS—NEON STARKEY-NEON CO-B A. Masjey, Mgr. 426 W. Washington. Ph. 22-477. Mfgrs. Compfete Line of Neon Signs. TAXI SERVICE WHITE TOP CAB CO —G. M McCormick. Mgr. 132 Summers. Ph. 35-555. LETTER SERVICE EXPERT LETTER SERVICE —405 Dominion Bldg. 21-331 Muitigraphing, Mtmeogtaphmg. Stenographic. Typing. LUMBER ?$ MU I VI ORK KANAWHA VALLEY LUMBER CO— John Lung. Pie- :    A    W    Laing.    V- Pros.; O H H merman. Sec.-Treas. 13’. 1-15 Wk? rn Ph. 23-154. TIRES—RETREADING NU-TRF.AD TIRE CO.. INC.—Cor, .» A Clendenin. Ph. 21-351. Vir-A. U Prince. TRACTORS CHARLESTON TRACTOR Sc EQUIPMENT CORP.—H. D Ander-on. Gen’l Mi;-.    525 Fllizabeth and N. \r. C. Rail road. Phone 35-655. It MKI It TINCHER LUMBER CO —1999 Washington Ave Kan C;t> P O Owens. W. \ a. Phone 5-423 TYPEWRITERS OFFICE MAC HINE SERVICE CO.—Jimmie Bowling 307 Summers. 31-861. Mf VI' MARKET    WELDING DUDLEY S MARKET- Walter E. Dudley. DILLON WELDING SERVICE—702 Penn. Prop 118 Wa    Ph.    22-175.    Ave    av. C.» Ph. 33-051. Portable mgtot Meats. Equipment. Legal Motive count*. her pro GU AP A !*U MAKE* Mi 2 NOTH F TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Tm < olutiibia Ga? Cum truo ion Con puny, a cot potation licensed to el'* buxine?? in We?! VPgin.'a. hereby gives notal- that it intend? to withdraw from tim Sta'e of West Virginia J It HARVIN. Sec!et.ii v 1214 soil* I TO TBF CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES OF I’M F I .ST A TF OF WILLIAM A MARKELL. DI CEASED AH person.? bae ne claims against the *’?t,a'c of tin* md William A Mark*!), deceased, whether due in not. arc notified to exhibit -aine, with the voucher thereof, legally vctmed. to the undersigned. at hi, off’ce. No 2b;t Securt y Building ,n Hie fitv of Charleston. K *-nay ha County. We. t Vt* ;:nia on or he-fore the 29th day af July. 19.'t7. olhc v '?e they may bv law he excluded from all t>enefit? of .-aid estate. All beneficiaries of aul estate are notified to bo present on said day to protect their in-t c r#*<- f S . Go en under my hand this 27th day of Januarv, 1937 GRANT P HAI.!,. JR . Con I in i." aine r of tor Kanawha County. West Virginia. HRZ «i counts n*rei\ ibw. notes re-udgrum:a. good will. .md all city ami asset? or said corpo-la'ion of run v i md and ell ii arter a? ol March J. 1937; and it runner appear I tit: that no valid reason will *\i?t tor th* i ontinuat ion of ak! cot paragon in it* roiporu’e capacity, the following icxoiu- mon or Be* it resolved that the co F'lt/watei Blair A Cloy do corporal March I. 19.:7, and surrender to Hie said State od    \ lr gum < Us (bai 'cr end . orporate Iran* !    <    an    I    tha    the    prc.-i dent of this corporation came notice of the adoption of the fmegoing resolution *.o !«• published in ome newspaper i ut*-b?hed » of :;cn< a, <n» il.-tum in Ko nan ha County. West Virginia on ce « at o week for at lea.?* two Micco* <> v . ck and that he certify the r*solution to the Secretary of Sta e I the state of W< st Virginia. togethr r with a certificate shoving the publication of said notice. .;.? required by taw. Givin under :nv hand this 'he flu! dav of February, 1937 A V F'lTZWATF.R President, l-HOO M cvit low, $25 town. 515 per n: $ H loin J11' MMF ST 6 rooms. h < « me HOM! SIT in Edgewood C11 v East F nd. We *. S dc FAST KND in hill ne.*r is, fu rn ace. garage. tern DKA P F KUYKENDAI I Cot t ■ige. ti ** room?, bath, g. st i f et. low **I 'oui til Av e $' L P III HULLS’ 7 IO1 j State Sit Phone 31 EAST FNI) I’ rick re.*':dome I ; b.isein rn ?. garage We!’ well bu. It Suitable for hi tu* ii :ride it it* duplex at tea? BUM AR 7 lorn frame re MINING EQUIPMENT    WIRE    ROPE    A    FENCING 'OfJKF-WILSON ELECTRIC SUPPLY WICKWIRE SPENCER STEEL CO.-i CO JOHN D BELASCO. MGK 919 j Howard L. Williams. Dis*. Repr. 131# Virginia, East. Ph. 23-763. Mining flan? ford. Ph. 31-345. Wire Rope St Equipment A Supplies    |    Chain    Link    Fencing. Real Estate For Sale Real Estate For Sale 13—Houses For Sale 111—Houses For Sale Announcements Personals A I AED CAR    "I* *° *)lr iron-bound Money- Bark Guarantee whirh every Ford Dealer gives you and with an* HAG used ear you bus from him. These R X (, ears are renewed and guaranteed. They're in top-notch condition and measure up to strict factory used ear specification*. The guarantee says, in writing, thai you ran get your money hack without question, if you deride within rn *peeified lime thai the ear i*n't satisfactory. 200%    action or 100% Rotund Capitol Motor Sales    Elk    Motor    Sales ZU Broad St. Phone 27-12J4    321    Virginia    St.,    VV.    Phone 7,5-183 Valley Motor Sales 25 Virginia St., Vt’. Phone 26-455 v Your "R ti G#/    Car    Dealers At a meeting of Hie ?tockholricr.s cd Fit/ ' liter. Bb. r Se ( lay, ,i corporation cleated and organ zed lintier the laws ot the State oi West Vitginia. regularly held j in accordanve with tile iequipments of i the Lew of ,*ald at 611 State St lect Charleston, West Virginia, on Monday. Fe bruary J, 1937. *ht ie being present and represented at said meeting the cutin number of shales    of stock issued iud outstanding. , It appearing at said meeting that A V. Fitzvvater ha? purchased the* entne num-j tier of shaic-s of Jock issued and out-.strindmg in ? ml corporation and is now the sole ov nri thereof, md that it hi? de?11e to cont    nue    the*    bu.?ut* .a    in dividually as Fitzwater. Blair A Clav on and after Match J, 1937, now, thor'More. in consideration of the and i tile furtiter consideration of On. Dollar ! < ash in hand paid. the receipt of which I? hereby acknowledged, he, ai.d I* i? ’ h**reb.\ unanimouslv resolved hat ai l j corporation do. and hereby doe a- qui, scil and set over    unto    Hic said A    V Fit/.wale r, a? hi?    Mile    propel** a,I    ’* j light, title and inter • * n and to alt it.? < burnets, including b<x*ks and iccoicis of MEN: gS„ '■    "    N'    ' fain? I’* ef lo vigil'at es at: ct ’ti mu’ate? Reg price SI *mi Intri> iuctory price RHt <'all. write. Botte! field’ Drug Stoic. Capitol and Virginia Street?. MEIN!- Get Energy at Oner! New O?-trex Tonic Tatilets contain raw o\?tc*r elements and other stiniulants One d<»se i>ep? up entire system. Reg price $!. Introductory prier 7t*c. fall. wtite Cohen s Cut Rate oi I’otterlield’ Drug Stfire?. 8—Lost VKI,I,HW IVrsian    < ;tI    I.'»• M) I.BO St. Ri'wanl.    < 'cill ,11    07;; FOX TERRIER \\ lute with brown left car. harness. Reward.    23-167 YFIJ.OW, female, Her nan cat Vioitiitv 1565 Washington St. Reward .’4 JHI. l.ADY’S diamond ling Bist between Cipi tol St and !I6’j Washiikgton St. F',.i t Call 24-729 WHITE PERSIAN CAT Vicinity Maple j Road, Edgewood. Call    33-618. inert at li garage. Small cash pavunet * and rest like rent. KANAWHA CITY 7- room 2->torv home. v\ *h man> buiit-m features, on cornel lot. Built' fall of 1936 A vctv attractive home S( • CHA RL.FSTON 5-room cottage we" located Reasonable price and term- FRED W SMITH CO. 720 Kanawha St. Phone 25-101________ 10% DOWN bal inc* ilk* re it . - ■ ■ n Cape Cod. 306 Shepherd Aver. South Charleston 28-613 Eves. 24-555. MORRIS STRI.FIT Eight looms Ft.imc. Investment property large lot Priced at ikl.l on g<’ >d term? GRF EM EE BROS 607 Security Bldg    Chore    22-253 Tao and Sunday 25-945 or 4-680 6 ROOM HOUSE Montrose Drive. South Char lr ton ('ail 42-140 .‘{28 SK(’ONi) AVENI A, sol ll I i’ll aki.kston Lot 37 0x130. 6-room house Stucco o\ e the Prue $4.750 00 on terms. DIAL 2s I IS < ’LNT L’AL TU TST LD. SPECIAL REALTY BARGAINS (I Uonin Modorn. $ 1.000 j Kooin Modern, * UMM) 7 Uooni M nderiL ->fL!>1 MI CAUL Ol in FOR SALE BY OWNER ti and 7 room Homes Frame and Brick Restricted Hist riots Kanawha City Aubrey W. Love Operative Builder & Contractor Phones *>d-72‘* and 5-545 old Kanawha Bank & Trust Bldg. FOR SALE by OWNER—1203 Noyes Ave, re trifled ai i. u.u old 6 rooms and bath tub h i?ement. furnace and garage. 5-676 For the Family That Really W ants a Home VIRGINIA AVE—KANAWHA CITY Tv' hea*i:    ' room <4ucco has full h iscment. lot 50x120. 2 ear garage furnace and hardwood fir.ish It will he difu'id! to duplicate this house, both in p* *e md qualify If you would own a rued urn ?./e home in a fast growing conin":* :*v don’t fail to see thijr orc. E '    ; r e and terr s and full details Sec us today MICHIGAN AVE Nine room tv k with 4 rooms on first finn-. 4 room- or. second floor and on® I irgc roo-" on third floor, full base-mcit 'b dl fur* ace. hardwood finish and garage rh:s lovely home i« ideally I* li d w •bi::: .'ne block of the beautify Capitol of We?* V.rg ma. As to price and te- ’n« Call or See I. Lee Allen Co. SOI Chari*'’on National Bank Bldg. Phone 32-921 ll—Lots For Sale OXF! LOI LEET in Zimmerman Reserve, " iud Av e . 5. Cha*. Block E. Lo* 2 General Cu?*er *-463. Investment? Insured Up to $5.JOO Money to Loan Fin Bu. ding Buying or Repairing We t Virginia Bldg .V Loan Y-«n 3261 a Capitol    Dial 28-041 FOR SALE, — Attractive 6-room brick house on Beech Ave Furnace arc! garage At le v than cost to owners. Kdmumls A: LTuinluy 25-551 BEAUTIFUL Budding lot. Elk River R > id. 48x!53. «;*'» c.vh. 35-872. ACREAGE South Hills lots Improve* meats in or near. Reasonable. 23-810. LOT 83x243, Broad St. Lot 100x150, Shre\v?burv St Apply L. Robson, 202 Charleston National Bldg. 15—For Sale or Trade SOUTH CHARLESTON WAY—(Sunnyside* Practically new. English style story and one half Good investment nsw vacant. L. D Pauley 28-613 _ 24-555. 3-ROOM house, large lot. all city convenience? North Charleston. Sec FL R Stanley, 144 Margaret St.. Dunbar W \ a 8 I* *£>MS—Basement, garage. Be?t con-l diiwu. Ready to occupy. Phone 31-823. 60x105 FT. LOT for sale or trade for ear, W. O Fisher, Stop I, Dunbar Line. 35-ACRE FARM—5-Rm cottage. 2 miles Charleston for Greenbrier County ’F'arin. Write Route I, Box 284, Charleston 17—For Sale or Rent GASOLINE TANKS—5-room house. •J ore room, garage. Midland Trail! Black Hawk. ;