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THE WEEKLY REGISTER.
r v ' ' ? "*;?'* ?? V ; ' __J 45TH YEAR POINT PLEASANT, W. VA., JAN. 23, 1907. No. 24. :?? ; The Weekly Register ? Pnbllshed Every Wednr*d?y fllornlng fay F. U. TIPPKTT, Ktlltor and Publisher. 4 ! POINT PLKAHANT, Mason County. West Virginia. P^tlOK?tl.OO A YEAR - < r?v - <ri, JANUARY 23. 1907. Order of Publication. JiTATK ??F WES^T VIRGINIA. sA Rules held In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court, ol vla*?on County, on Monday the 7th day of January, 1907, the following ord^r w&h entered: .1. M. Hensley, Administrator of the estate of Andrew J. Hull, deceased, Plaintiff*. vs. Mw. Fannie Hall, Mrs. Joseph Louden, .loseph Loo ien, Gene Qulllen, William Qullten, Clara Kidght, Toblus Knlglit, Mattie Ron. George Roy, Robert Hall, William <?all, Charles Hall, Grace Hall and Kverett Hall, the last two of whom are infant* u* der the age of twenty-one J ears, Hugo J uhling, Jr. and Charles W. uhling, pa-tuera doing business under the Arm name of H Juhling's sods, De fendants, In Chancery The object of the above entitled suit. Is to settle the accounts of the said plaintiff, as Administrator of th- estate of Andrew J. Hall, deceas d; to haVe an accounting show ing the debts and liabilities of the said de cedent, their amounts and priorities; that the amount and value of Itae personal and reat estate of the saiu deceulut be asoertaln ed; tbat the teal estate, of whloh the said Anurew J. Hall, died seized ?*nd possessed, be aold, If there be not sufficient personal property in the hands of said plaintiff* with which to pay the debts ol said decedent, and the proceeds arising therefrom be pa plied to (he payment of the debts and liabili ties of^he said decedent; and to have all otb?*r accounts and orders which /ire proper and made in this cause. And It'appearlng I y affi iavit filed In this cause tbat the de fendants Mrs. Joseph Louden and Joseph Louden are non-residents of this State, it Is ordered that they do appeirjiere within one month after the date ol the first publication hereof and do what is necessary to piotect their interests. A copy?Teste: A. L. BOG3E88. Clerk. SomervlUe & Somerville, Sols, for Plaintiff. Jan. 9-1 w. Order of Publication... STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA: COUNTY OF MASON, fO-WIT: At Rules held In theC.erk'sOfficeot1 hfcCir- I cult Court ?-f Mas- n County, on-Motiday the 7th day of January, 907, the following or der was entered: Eaward Brown, VS. Mary E. Brown, In Chancery The object ot the above entitled suit Is to obtain a divorce from tfce bonds of matri mony by the plaintiff from the defe -dant. And It. appearing by affidavit filed with the /papers in said cause that the defendant, Mary IS. Brown. 1* a non-resident of the stau* ot We*t Virginia, It is ordered that she doapp?.? here within one month ait??rthf first publicatio ot ihi* nrde and do what is n?ce>sary to protect h?r Interests. A Copy Teste:?A L,. B iGGESS, Clerk. Soinerville A Homervi le, '-ols. thk state of west virgin ? a. To the Sheriff of Mason County, Greeting: We com" and you that you summon Mary E. Brown, If she be found in your bailiwick, to appear before the Judge of our Circuit Court for the County or Mason, at. Rules to '?e held In the Clerk*#* office of said Court on ?he fitst Monday In January, next to ans wer a Bill In Chancery *-xhtMted against her tu our said Court by Edward Brown, and un less she shall answer had bill within one month thereafter, the Court, will take the ssme>s confessed and decree accordingly. And have then there this writ. Witness: A. L. Boggess. Clerk of oursald Circuit Court, at the Court House, this 5th day of Jai.uary, 1907, and In the 44th year ol the State. Teste:?A. L. BOGGF.SS, Clerk. Notice to Take Depositioos: To Mary FT.-Brown, Take Notice; That on the 9th day of February, A. D. 1907, between thje hours of 9 o'clock, A. M. and Bo'clock, P. M , at the law office of Horn* ervllle <fc Somerville, In the Town of Point ? leawant. Mason County, West Virginia, I will take the deposition of Nancy Bates, Charley Brown, Mary Bates, Wilt n Wright, myself, find other*, to bej-earf In evidence in my behalt in a certain suit in chancery now pending in tne Circuit Conrt of tbe County of Mason, and State of West Virginia, in which I am plaintiff and yon are defendant. 11 from any cause the taking of said deposi tions shall not be commenced on that day, or if commenced shall not be completed on the day aforesaid, the same shall be contin ued from day to day, or from time to time,, at. the same place and between t*e same hours, until the same shall have been com pleted. EDWaRD BROWN, By Counsel. Somerville A Somerville, Sols. Jan. ?-4w For Plymouth Goal oall on P. P. Goal & Ioe Co E B Thomas, Snpt. \ Trustee's Sale BY virtue of that certain deed of trust executed by Madison C. Fisher and Fran ces Ki-he , his wile, to the undersigned rustee, dated the 20th day of Fenrnaty, 1905, acid recorded in the County Court Clerk's office of Mason Coun;y. West Vir ginia, in Trust D~ed Book No. 29, page 440, Ac.,tos-cure Edwin E. Zerkle, the payment of one certain promissory note for the sum of $700, bearing date February 20th, 1905, with Interest i*om date and due and payable In twelve months afterdate and said note be ing due and payable according ?to its tenor an...effect, and default having been made in t he payment of said note, and being requir ed so to do. I will on Saturday, the 2nd day of Feb juary, 1907, commencing *t 11 o'clock a. m on said day, at the frontdoor of the Court House of Ma son County West VlrKlnia sell for cash at f>ubl?c auction to the highest bidder the fol "Winir described tract ol lan conve- ed by said trust dee*I to said trustee, viz; ly ing and being in the District of Robinson, county ot Mnson, State of West Virginia, and bounded and described as fol lows, to-wit: Beginning at large black oak stump on the N . slue of the Oraham Station road and coi ner to the old survey, thence . South 18? W. 70U poles to a stone on | the brink of ?ne hill, thence with a division line N. 77?, 223 poles to a stone ne <r the top of a hill, theuce N. 16? E. 70 poles toa stone near foot of hill, thence with old line. Zuspan, Ohllnsrer and other** S 77? E. 223 poles to the beginning, estimated to contain 98 acres. Witness my hand this the 2nd day of Jan uary, 1907. J. McMI LLIN, Jan. 9 4-w Trustee. Beller tfcBiagg. Attys. THE HIGH WATEE The rivers reaohed a stage of 52 2 feet here last Saturday night. No damage was done outside of the delay in business. It is now off our streets and' a stranger would never know we bad had high water. However, we fared better than most towns It is the first flood we have had for several years. The sensa tional telegrams sent to the oity dailies of our wretohed and wreok ed condition are absolutely untrae. i Our merchants and other business men are at their old stand, ready and willing to serve old and new I patrons.