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FK1DAY, AUGUST 29, 1919. Wasted ? Fresh cows and spring* ,,s to ship to Pa. R. C. Ben n eh, at j.|;,i k's Hoarding House, Lewisburg. house and. lot on Randolph, sirtfi't. Lewisburg. for rent reason :,l,|N . Apply to Mrs. C. B. Ratliff, Eldorado, W. ya- 29-4t j:,?h Sale. ? Six Shropshire buck ! lambs- Would like to buy a year linn Shropshire buck. S. C. Coff maN, Frankford, W. Va. 29-2t Moron Oil. ? "Texarco" good en onuh for the best ear, better than most cars get- Price right? bring your cans- Campbell Hafdwahe Co. ? Dr. John D. McCorkle, registered Bye Specialist, of Hinton, W. Va., at the Greenbrier Hotel, Ron ceverte. First Monday of each month from nine to five o'clock. j Bro. Blake, Senior, says in his; "Bottled in Bond:" "Times are bil- 1 ious and getting biliouser. We can.] stand it yet awhile, but there will be blue murder when we have Jo trade a year's subscription for two dozen eggs or a measly settin' hen." BANK OF WILLIAMSBURG. ' We are informed that the Bank of Williamsburg will be opened for business next Tuesday, Sept. 2d,' though work on the building has-' not yet been completed. Gary Biv^ ens has been elected cashier. ? ' 1 A charter has been issued by the Secretary of State to the Peoples' Milling Company, of White Sulphur Springs; capital stock $50,000; in corporators: W. R. Bowling, j V J -. 0'Ferrell, E. H. Tuckwiller, D. A. Huff. B- M. Ayres, and L. L. Surber. The Presbytery of Greenbrier will meet at Gap Mills on Tuesday, Sept- 2d. Col. H. B. Moore is com missioner from the Old Stone Church and S. L. Price alternate. Rev. W. H. Du Bose will preach the opening sermon. For Sale ? Five shares stock of Limestone Milling Co.'s flour mill at Honceverte, W. Va. Mill doing #ood business and will pay a divi dend soon. Buy while you can get advantage of the dividend and at the same time make a good invest ment- Will sell at par as I need j the money for other purposes. Ad dress C- C. Kiukwood, Winding Gulf, W. Va. 22-4t; 1 .lack Painter, son of E. G. Painter, was painfully hurt one day last week when one of his feet was caught in the conveyor of the John son & Dougher stone crushe near his home north of town while he was helping operate the crusher. But for the timely help of young Mr. Wade, who stopped the ma chine, the accident might have proved fatal. As it was his ankle was badly lacerated. REVNION at union. Robt. Gray, secretary, writes l<> ' 'ex. Johnston here inviting all Co. -derate Veterans to a reunion to :.e held at Union on Sept. 13th. i' e invitation is sent out by the ?N >nroe county Red Cross Chapter which is leading in the effort which, we presume, will include not only the Confederate but the young veterans who went from the county into the great World's War in which some of the young men of Monroe made the supreme sac rifice. HUNTING LICENSE. License blanks are now in the hands of County Clerk Paul C. Hogsctt. Persons desiring license should get blank applications, All ?n same, make the affidavit re quired by the law passed at the last session of the Legislature, and then forward same with $1.00, and rctnrn postage to Clerk Hogsett at lewisburg. Without the affidavit no license n be issued. Do not blame the clerk , but the Legislature for this. 1 Sam. G. Yarid, one of our popular merchants, informs lis that he and his sister, Miss Hannah, have Just received a letter from Beirut. Syria, informing them of the death of ll'eir mother, Mrs- George B. Yarid,. i" -Inly last. They do not know the cause of her death, but think that advanced age and . suffering during "'e war at the hands of the Turks Probably exhausted her physical Powers, as has been the case of a '"'He number of Syrians. We sym pathize with Mr. Yarid and his sis 'l'r in the loss of their mother whom tliey could not reach nor assist during the war when assistance was sorely needed. MED CROSS NOTES. "efugee work done by the Frank for<l auxiliary: 132 pairs drawers* gowns, 54 petticoats, 10 sweat < is, 2 scarfs, 2 shawls, 3 stockings, pairs drawers, 15 pairs stock 6 sweaters, 2 scarfs, 53 pctti '""Is 9 pairs stockings. ' hose deserving special mention ;"e Mrs. Fannie Brant, who knit 12 Pi'irs stockings and 12 pairs socks; ,'ls Walter Brant and Mrs. A- E. ? Y'Ji n t made 50 petticoats; Mrs "ortges cpiite a number of socks ?"id stockings, '^nations: ? Proceeds from sale '' iridic contributed by Miss Aji Eakle, I1C.OO. u- ?.? Urecn, who has ha'd seven mw, experience, in various type writer manufacturing plants, has opened a repair and exchange shop aj. Rotioeverte, and solicits the busi : ness of repairing and overhauling typewriters of all makes- He guar antees all work. j MEETING AT FRANKFORD. A' citizens mass meeting will be I held in the Woodman Hall at Frankford on Saturday everting, I Aug. 30th, at 8:30 o'clock. .Every Jmah and woman interested in a dis trict high school is invited to be ; present. X. X. | I PIC-NIC AT DAWSON. The Young Peoples' Missionary Society will have a pic-nic at Daw son on Saturday, Sept. Otli. Pro ceeds for benefit of the church at that place. Everybody is expected to go and enjoy the day. Lewisburg* graded and high schools will open the 1019-1920 session on Monday. Sept. 15th. Fol i lowing are the teachers for this I term: W. E. Scott, Principal; Miss Mary Hale Arbucklc, Mrs. Jaynie j kirkpatrick, Misses Jean JlcGuire, j J.yuru Crickenberger and Linda | : Kirkpatrick. Teachers for the col- j j ored school, which opens on the | same day, are: E. A. Boiling. Prin cipal; Nicie Moore, Callie Jackson i is-nd Annie Garison, assistants. ? ? ? ? ? ? - ' - 1 DEAF AND BLIND. The last session of the Legisla ture. made the attendance of chil dren who have defective vision or bearing, so that they cannot be pro perly taught at the common school, at the school for the deaf and blind at Roniney compulsory. 'Ihe parent or guardian of such a child over eight years of age who fails to send such child fo school .is guilty of a misdefneanor and subject to considerable fine. Parents of such children should communicate at once with F. L. Burdette, superintendent, Romney. The school will have attendants meet such children at their nearest railroad station on Sept- 10th. All expenses are paid by the State. SEMI-CENTENNIAL CELEBRA TION. The people of the Richlands Presbyterian Church celebrated its f>0th anniversary on Thursday of last week, Aug. 21st, in a large gathering of the people on the church lawn and a delightful day of social intercourse spent under the shade of the great sugar maples so common and of such ?magnificent proportions there. Rev. F. \V. Phillips, the pastor, and Rev. David M. Armentrout, long a resi dent of the community, and reared under the sacred influences of the Richlands church, were the speak ers in the forenoon ? Mr. Armen trout looking back over the years of the past relating to the present generation much of what he knew and remembered of the officers and membership of the church ? a re trospective review to which all listened with close attention and interest. A pic-nic dinner, abundant and delicious, was served at noon of which, it is needless to say, all par took wilh relish and appetite which tho keen and vigorous, were fully satisfied. In the afternoon Rev. \V. H. Du Rose, of the Old Stone Church, de livered a brief but very appropriate sermon after which John A. Syden | Strieker, of Marlinton, John R. Sy denstricker, and J. M. Rader made pleasing addresses, bringing fra ternal greetings from the Marlin ton, Clifton and Old Stone Church, respectively. It was a joyous, happy day for all and !ne celebralion was de clared a pronounced success. SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. The annual convention of the Greenbrier County Sunday School Association will meet in the Green brier Baptist Church, Alderson, on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 11 and 12. It promises to be one filled with the good things every pastor, superintendent, teacher, or other Sunday School officer should have to help him obtain the best results in the school. The program includes devotional, progressive, education al and inspirational instruction. Among the speakers are W. A. Snow, general seertary; Mrs. W. A. Snow, children's division superin tendent; Miss Katie Bell Abney, director Bible study; J. O. Doolit i tie, rural superintendent, and Mrs. | Dooolittle, his assistant, j In addition to pastor, superin tendent, teacher and other school or class officer or delegates, each school is entitled to one delegate for each 20 of its enrollment. Dele gates will be registered as usual and a fee of 25c will be asked to help defray expenses. If a school failed to get on the Honor Roll it may qualify for the Loyalty Roll by hav ing its report in the hands of the District or County Secretary, be [represented at an Association Con vention and an offering equal }o 5c Ifper member of your entire enroll ment, including Home Department and Cradle Roll, on or before ad journment of the convention. The opening session will be on Thursday at 9:30 a- m. This information was furnished us by O. R. Coffman, president, and J.,\V. Morris, secretary of the Coun ty Sunday School Association, who farther say th^t "the good people of Alderson inVited the convention to go there and good entertainment is guaranteed." 4 The aggregate of tax levies ? State I county and district ? in the seven districts of Fayette county runs from $187 on the $100 00 to $3 28, or an average levy of $2-00. The average in the towns of the county is a little heavier. . PETIT JUHOKS. Following is a list of the petit j jurors drawn to serve at the regular j September 9th term of Greenbrier | Circuit Court: Lewisburg district ? R. N. Groves, j A. K. Houck. O. L. Lancaster, How- I ard Knapp, Sam Legg, W. C. Legg, , Ernest Sydenstricker. I Fort Spring district- ? Ernest John- 1 son, A. W. Arbogast, W. J. Kramer, : j Jake Crone, C. B. Jones, B. D. Eagan, ? E. R. Judy, W. B. Blake, Jr.. A. E. Livesay, Walter Harvey, E. E. Gee. Irish Corner district ? Frank Cur ry. N. N. King, Cecil Rodgers, Floyd Boyd. White Sulphur* district ? C. E. Hanna, W. E. McCreery, C. E. Flax comb. Anthonys Creek district ? C. W. ! Holley, John T. Pennell, S. B. Kirk- j Patrick. Falling Spring district ? Lambert i j McClung, Walter Brant, J. E. Are hart, A. B. McClung, Willianisburs district ? S. S. Viers, J. W. McClintic. Meadow Bluff district ? S. B. Mc Avoy, D. C. McClung, J. H. Flack. I. G. Haynes, James Bivens, L. E. McClung, I. R. Hawkins, I. R. Judy, Preston Zopp, S. M. Hepler, John Flack. Blue Sulphur district ? J. C. Biv- j ens, J. E. Leef, H. J. Sandige, George I Huffman, F. A. Thompson. | SHORTHORN CATTLE SHOW. ! A large crowd of interested spec tators attended the Shorthorn Cat tie Show at the Tuckwiller Farm, west of Lewisburg, on Wednesday K .^as not disaPPointed in the exhibit made. About fifty-five high ly bred cattle? bulls, cows and' .calves?mainly from the McLaugh- ! | Jin, Sydenstricker, Tuckwiller. C : J: Nader, and Wilson Bros, stock farms were shown, exciting the ad miration and interest of all who saw and showing rapid progress in TnTa,i,ng Pure bred stock. I he large number of automobiles and rords packed in the field when !vLnV?- was s,hown tohl how Greenbrier people travel nowa days as well as of the growing in terest the annual shorthorn shows are gaming. To say that this cat tle show was most creditable would ,but '"eager praise of the ani mals many of which would carry clT blue ribbons at much more pre tentious shows. i?,J' I' T.?,ney? secretary of a . A.n,?r,can Shorthorn Breeders Association, was the sole judge, and a most satisfactory one he was, for he not only knew his business but in announcing his decisions invari ably gave his reasons for them in the presence of the bystanders, and lew, if any, questioned the correct ness of his judgment. . -Ti'lef catt,c were shown in classes t h from one to a half dozen or niore in the class, the second prize being awarded when but one of a class was shown. Wednesday evening in the Court House a meeting of the stockmen ri^fni atAwhich the County Ag PavJ !. m 8en,S ?f Greenbrie?, Fayette, Mercer, Nicholas and Summers counties were present. tie purpose of the meeting was to looking i a "looted Proposition looking to the organization of a jreenbner Valley Breeders Asso ciation, extending the benefits and activities of the association to all the counties of the Greenbrier Val val a" -Pn?ssib,.y to some others. special action, however, was taken and the question is left open for furtner consideration. In the prizes awarded the tirst m'rihtd S3.0o':hC Sei'0ml $5 "# an<l Bulls. by n"klnu.fB,rrsBaronen ownc" Pr?nre:j.(wypri^dS)-Greenbrier Class 3 (senior yearlings)? Boy Farm ' McLa?8hlin Stock Class I (junior yearlings) 1. Orange Lad Tuckwiller Bros.; 2. Uoverleaf Marquis, J. B. Syden stricker; 3. Sultan Prince Royal Second, McLaughlin Stock Farm*. Class 5 (senior calves) 1. Kscani Victor, Tuckwiller Bros.; 2. King I eerlcss, (: G. Rader; 3. Fourfold Sultan, McLaughlin Stock Farm. Class 0 (junior calves) ? 1. Sul tan Lancaster, McLaughlin Stock fyMa*wc,ton I'rince Roval, ? slSJ,k. Kar,"; ?iet s A do in er, Wilsor. Bros. Grand champion bull? Escana Bros?' (Pr'/C $25) Tuckwiller Reserve champion bull (prize *10) Baronel, Tuckwiller Bros. Cows. (:,nSu cows)? 1. Maxwel ton 1 by His. Wilson Bros.; 2. Blos som, McLaughlin Stock Farm; 3. l,'.y s,x,n? Tuckwiller Bros. Phil r J (,tw.? T"V ?,<Js>? !? I-Htly I hi I. Third, J. 13. Sydenstricker; 2. Margie, B. Sydenstricker. j Clas.. 3 (senior yearlings)? 1/1 Greenlcaf McLaughlin Stock Farm. Class I (junior yearlings) ? 1. Bo wen a Rose, Wilson Bros.; 2 Sheraton Phyllis, Wilson Bros.; 3.' Gilia Fourteenth, Tuckwiller Bros. Class 5 (senior calves) ? 1. Lus- j /' l'? ' V5 'kwiller Bros.; 2. Snowflakr, C. G. Rader; 3. Unnamed, J. B. Sv Venslricker. Class 0 (junior calves) ? 1. Lav ender Phyllis, Wilson Bros; 2 Hadi ant Phyllis, Wilson Bros.; 3. Bar oness Imogene, Wilson Bros. Grand champion cow. Lavender Phyllis, (prize $15) Wilson Bros. Reserve champion, Rowcna Rose (prize .$10), Wilson Bros. ?We have an Essex here for im- | mediate* delivery. McWhohter Bhos. I STATE BANKERS ASSOCIATION. Speakers at the annual meeting of the West Virginia Bankers Asso- 1 ciation, which will be held Thurs day and Friday. Sept. 11th and 12th, at White Sulphur Springs, will include men nationally prom inent in banking circles of the United States, among them being ; S- II: Voorhees, vice-president of ! the National City Bank of New York, said to be the largest bank ing institutioin in the world. He will delver an address on "Some Problems of Peace." Senator Bobt. L. Owens, familiar ly known as "Bob Owens." of Ok lahoma, is also on the program for an address. Hon. Carter Glass, Secretary of ; the U. S. Treasury, wires that on i account of the pressure of public | business he is forced to decline the i invitation to 'address the meeting, j About 200 bankers from the State at large are expected. A banquet ! will be given at the close of the > session. JOINT MEETING OF WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETIES. The Frankford charge of Lewis burg District, M. E. Church, South, has three appointments and each has a Woman's Missionary Council. Two of which, Frankford and Ren ick, have the three departments ? adult, young people's and juniors. Frankford auxiliary being the old est of the three, invited Renick and Renick's Valley auxiliaries to join them in a meeting at their regular meeting on Aug. 22d. Each auxil iary toook part, there being present eleven of the twenty members of Frankford auxiliary, eleven of the fifteen of Renick auxiliary, and eight of the eleven of Renick's Val ley auxiliary. They had a very in teresting meeting and enjoyed it so much and all feel coniident that all were inspired with the true missionary spirit. Rev. C. W. Fink, the pastor, gave a splendid address, after which the good ladies of Frankford auxiliary served deli cious ice-cream and cake. A splen did and delightful afternoon was spent, both spiritually and socially. Renick's Valley auxiliary was placed on the honor roll. This auxiliary is just one year old, so we hope that by next year we will have, something good to report. We sincerely hope that at some time in the future we can entertain the1 ladies of the Frankford auxiliary as delightfully as they did us. We must not forget to mention the fact that the Renick auxiliary was given a treat by being taken in cars by three young men of Renick and vicinity, who' are not connect ed with families of our auxiliary. They were Hugh and Maso; 3rown and William Simmons. Many thanks to the boys. We appreciate their help, ANNIE REARD, President Renick W. M. C. PERSON A "mention. Mrs. Earl 'Perkins and little son, of Logansport, Tenn., and Miss Rosalind Sibold, of Roanoke, Va.. J.re here visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Sibold. Mr. Flournoy, just back from army scrvicc in France, is here a guest of his sister, Mrs. James M. Preston. Henry A. Mathews went on to New York some days ago to meet his wife, just returned from a long stay as a Red Cross nurse with the army in France. Roth are now at home. Mrs. Guy R. Montgomery and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Alex. Montgom ery, her guest, have gone to Charles Town to visit the former's sister, who lives there. ' Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Wood, with their three children, are visit ing his people at Amhearst, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Pare have returned from a two weeks visit with relatives at Rig Rapids, Mich., Fairfax and other points in Mis souri. We regret much to learn that our esteemed old Confederate comrade and friend, Capt. Jno. G. Stevens, has found it necessary to go to a hospital for treatment for kidney trouble. He went to Charlottesville, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. N. McWhorter, after spending the summer here | with her, mother, Mrs. Jas. Laing. went to Charleston this week Where they will reside and are now oc cupying one of the DeHaskell apart .ments at Brooks and Lee streets. Jas. C). Raker, representing the National Biscuit Co., and late of Clifton Forge, has moved with his | family to- Lewisburg. Ned Hell is oft' on an auto trip through Rockbridge and Augusta counties. Hev. J. B. Massey, of Wilson, N. C-, has moved with his family to Hauipden-Sidney, Virginia, where he will take a professorship in the college at that place. Mrs. John B. Laing and daughter, Miss Martha, have gone to Reckley to visit Mrs. L's brother, I)r. Nel son. Rev. H. W. McLaughlin \yas in Greenbrier this week. Gen. C. S. Peyton was a wel comed visitor in our town Tuesday afternoon. He came up to confer with a few old Confeds about some appointments he is about to make. He, v. J. I). Pope, assisted by his brother, Rev. Geo. E. Pope, of Rock bridge, Va., will conduct a preach ing service at Rich Hollow Sunday evening, the 31st, ^t 8 o'clock. Roy Rucker, of Keytesville, Mo., has joined bis fa:n'ly be-c rrd will j *sp?nd lilt' month of September fishing in the Greenbrier and other wise inlying Lis vacation. l!ev. h. A. . hin ili and family are back from a visit to his father and ! mother at Blacksburg, Va. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. (3. Mas ters, of Lewisburg, on Aug. 18th, a line 12-pound boy. Tuesday afternoon late Jos. E. Bass, while in his garden gathering a mess of corn, was stricken with a severe pain between the shoulder blades and became unconscious. l)r. Beard was called in and tho still confined to his bed, Mr. Bass is re covering. After spending the summer here ; the following persons this week re turn to their various homes: Mrs. Kuhu t oDeWitt, Mo.; Miss Lindsay , to St. Louis, Slo.; Misses Kimna | Clifton Bucker and Boberta Parks to Keytesville, Mo. Miss Katie NVorsham and her niece, Miss Hanna, have returned from a six weeks visit to reatives in Cincinnati, Ohio, and in Ken tucky. Miss Agnes Stephens is here from Bluefield spending her vacation with her parents, Bev. and Mrs. H. I. Stephens. Miss Thelma Jenkins is visiting friends in Staunton, Va. Miss Lois Landers has returned to her home here from a long so journ in Charleston. \V. A. Hogue, of Richmond, repre- I senting the Warren Brothers Com- ! pany Bitulithic Pavement, was a j business visitor here yesterday. He : is a son of the late Dr. Hogue, of i Charleston. At the request of Gen. Julian S. i Carr, commanding the department | of the army of Northern Virginia, j U. C- V., Gen. Peyton has recom- ; mended to him Mrs. Janie S. Price i Dice as sponsor, with Miss Bebecca Hunter as her maid of honor, at the general Confederate reunion in At- . lanta, Ga., in October. i Geo. Alderson and family, late of Charleston, have moved to Lew- , isburg and are now occupying the Judge Dice property recently bought by him. Mrs. Charles M- j Alderson, sister of Mrs. George Al derson, came up with the family this week. Miss Martha Campbell, of Lexing ton, Va., is a guest of her brother, F. H. Campbell, here. Hugh Donnally came up from his home at High Springs, Fla., last week to see his sister, Miss Sallie, and to return with his .family who have been guests of Miss Sallie for some weeks. Mayor W. B. Burdette, Marion ; Stratton, Mrs. Hattie McCoy and | j Mrs. M. D. Bare were at Webster Springs this week as witnesses in the Federal court in a case of the government against Miss Wheeler, of this county^ charged with rais- j ing a one dollar bill to a ten. Mrs. W. G. Caperton and son, Gaston, of Baleigh county, are here on a visit to her parents. Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. He'nry Caperton, of Bush Bun, are also the Doctor's guests. Jas. W. McAvoy, formerly of the Meadows, this county, and Mr. Keg ley, county agricultural agent of Fayette county, took in the short horn show at the Tuckwiller farm. Mrs. B. C. Barker and daughters, Misses Winifrede and Elizabeth, of Parsons, Kan., who had been visit ing her sister, Mrs. C. L. Moses, at Scarbro, Fayette county, were I guests this week of her brother, S. C. Johnson, west of Lewisburg. ?They left Wednesday night accom panied by Misses Mary and Minnie Johnson to see the sights of the Nation's capital before returning to their home in Kansas. Mr. and Mrs- W. A. Carlton, of Baltimore, and Misses Katie Heath, Jean Cbernault and Katherinc Dew, of Bichmond, are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Watts in the Bichlands. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Miles were here from Pocahontas county Tues day on their way to the meeting of Greenbrier Presbytery at Gap Mills. Dr. J. B. Tuckwiller and family of Lowesville, this state, accoin ponied by Attorney Ross A. Watts, of Fairmont, arrived here Monday night to visit kin in Greenbrier. Mr. und Mrs. Henry Gilmer left the first of the week for New York and from there to Buffalo where they took a steamer going through the great lakes as far as Duluth, Minn. From Duluth they will go south to ('amp Funston, Kan., to visit their son, Lieut. Samuel A. Gilmer. Win. L. Lipps is here from Alex< driu, Va., is here visiting his mother. Dr. S. II. Austin is back from a delightful auto drive from Lewis burg to Staunton, down the Valley of Virginia and through Maryland to Baltimore .with i his son-in-law, John I). I'ugh, and family returJf* ing, after a visit to the Doctor, tp their home in Baltimore. Mrs. E. \V. Cook and little daugh ter, Ida Lucille, of Versailes, Ky., arrived Sunday and are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hefner, at Maxwelton. A letter was received here this week from Mrs. M. E. Stockdale, Clogher, Ulster, Ireland, saying that her husband, James Stockdale, Esq., who spent January and February here in Lewisburg, had, on Aug. 7th, at Aberdeen, Scotland, under gone an operation for appendici tis and that the surgeon had wired her "all was well." Their eldest daughter, Miss Winnie, was with him. Miss Cleo Woodson, of Chicasha, Okla., daughter of the late Edward Woodson, formerly of Lewisburg, is at White Siilphur visiting her uncle, S. B. Woodson. Elliott W- Rtjtherford, of Blue field, and his brother, Luther, of Cass, were here last -week to at tend the funeral of their father, John W. Rutherford. Elliott said his father's age was about 75 years, whereas the figures given last week would show his age to have been 71 years, 10 months and 9 days. V. T. Judy returned Friday from Charleston where he had taken his daughter, Miss Mabel, for treatment under Dr. Churchman for an ear trouble.. NOTICE TO PUBLIC. THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMIS SION OF WEST VIRGINIA, / Capitol Building, Charleston. "A meeting of the Public Service Commission of West Virginia, held on the 20th day of August, A. D. 1919." Case No. 921. Meadow Bluff Mutual Telephone Co. Application to change rates. Whereas, application has this day been filed by the Meadow Bluff Mu tual Telephone Company for authori ty to change its rates, it is ordered j that leave be granted to any one in : terested to file objection thereto be ' fore the Commission at any time on or before the 23rd day of September, . 1919, and this matter be set down I for hearing at a meeting of the Com mission to be held at its offices in the Capitol Building in the City of Charleston on the 23rd day of Sep tember, 11)10, at two o'clock p. m., at which time anyone may appear and make such objections thereto as may be deemed proper. It is further ordered that the ap plicant publish a copy of this order once each week for four successive weeks in two newspapers of oppo I site politics, if such there be, and of general circulation in the county or counties affected by tl<e proposed crange in rates; and said applicant shall also mail to, or serve on, each of fts subscribers affected thereby at least fifteen days prioir to the said 23rd day of September, 1919. writ ten notice in the form prescribed by the Commission, showing that it has applied to the Public Service Com mission for authority to change its' rtes, the rates proposed to be charged anl the time and place of such hear ing; making due return thereof to this commission. A copy teste: I 29-4t R. B. BERNHEIM, Sec'y. JAMES W1THROW Examiner of Lantf Title Survey? ?nd Office Surveying Work. Lewlxbure, West V*. DK. D. R. NICKELL, Graduate and License*) VETERNARIAN. Lewtsburg, W. V?.. The Capital City Commercial College often has SIX calls in one day for STENOGRAPHERS and BOOK KEEPERS. ? ? % I Because this is an old, established School, and because of the high standard it maintains, business men call here for all kinds of office help. ENTER NEXT MONDAY MORNING and prepare for one of the many good positions. Odd-Fellows Building. Corner State and Capital Streets. CHARLESTON, WEST VA. Managers : M. M. Parker and W. L. Holt, M. Accts. Chautauqua. Rainelle, W. Va., September 2, 3, 4. Afternoon and Evening. / ~ Three Golden Days.