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FBIOAY, FKBHl'ABY 3. 1 W22. i
One year. $2.00 ?; Six months. 5 1.00 |
('all 2 15 when in need of a Twi.
m ii. M. I'atton, I.ewisburg.
For prompt Taxi service with '
eareful drivers. call Phone 2 I. '5. Da\
or N ijilit. K. (I. ('.oilman.
Lost. ? (iohl K\ersnarp Pencil;
name engraved. T It Burke, .Bcward
if relumed.
Fine, big-bone Barrett Boc k Cock
erels. Binglet Strain, s2. each. Mrs.!
I.. P. McLaughlin, Ililisboro. \V. Ya.
I 'oh Sam:, (iood second hand
Sleigh. Price *25.00. Apply, this
Lost. ? Large yellow (Collie Male,
|?<>g; three white feet. Answers to]
.taine "Shep." Beward. S. L. Hull"-1
man. Bcnick.
For prompt taxi service call
Lunch Boom, Phone 271. Piiikcy &
"Black Beauty" will |>c shown at
The Princess Theater bo!h afleruoou
and night on Thursday, Feb. 0th. J
\Lat'tinec at 3:30 p. in.: night. 7 :3o. j
All children love the story of Black
llcanty. " Let them come and see it
on the screen.
Hie (1. M. S. will play Bcckley
High School in the (rymna.vium Here
on fialurday evening, at 7:30. If
you want to .see a fast and well j)lay
?.?<1 game between two gocd teams,
don't fail to see this one.
The Pocahontas (bounty Fair will
hehehl the week of August 21st; the
(rreenhrief Valley Fair, the week of
August 28th, ami the Oak Hill Fair
the week of Sejyt ember 4th.
The Sheik will he exhibited at the
Princess Theater in Lewisburg on
Saturday, ithc 4th. This iv an excel
lent picture for a town the size of
I.ewisburg. Admission 20, 30 and
50 cents.
McClung School. Smoot, \V. Va.,
lilue Sulphur District? Brula .1. Ban
na, Teacher? Fourth month, licorge
Coulter, Floyd Holliday, Cprdon
Willanl, Kugene Witt, Dottie Holli
day, Susie Holliday, Margie liolli
Creek DistiriclyAda Merl Thomason,
Teacher?Fifth Month: Conrad
Smith. Thomas Walton, .lames Fogus
Fred Fogus, Violet Buzzard, Pauline
Kirk pat rick, Stella Fisher. Anna
Stanley, Fanny Fisher. Opal Buzzard
Williamsburg Lodge No. 117. I. O.
(). F.. will give mi p per in 'their
lull al Williamsburg, W. Va.. on Fri
day evening. February 10, 1022. be
ginning at 7 o'clock, consisting of
oysters, ice-cream, cake. pies, sand
wiches, elc. The public is cordially
invited. Come and bring your
Iviinds and have a good tjmc.
The Judge MeWhcrUr Sunday
School Class of the M. K. Church,
South, will serve a chicken salad
M:pper lo-morrow (Saturday) Feb.
llh. at p .m.. in the New Primary
liiMtin of the Me M km list Church. (io
and help the class and a?t the same
time enjoy a good supper. Salad
supper. 50c .cake and cream, 15c.
Candy for sale.
H. M. Pennington, Adjutant. asks
us to publish tilt* following:
The lobular monthly meeting and
smoker o?f The Greenbrier Post No.
2t? American Legion, will be held
February Ctli, in the elub rooms.
Matters of importance to all ex-ser
vice men will be dircussed and act
c<l upon. Come and bring a Ruddy.
The annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Lcwisburg & Ronce
vertc Ml ee trio Hail way Co., will be
reld in Ihe office of R. M. Hell, in the
t"\\n of Lcwisburg, W. Va., a1 eleven
o'clock on Thursday, February .Oth,
1 022, for the purpose ?>f electing
Directors and sueh other business as
may properly conic before such
S. I\ PRESTON, President,
L. H. E. Hy. Co.
Deputy Collector, .1. Wallace Mc-j
Howell and a He venue Agent from
the Hureau at Washington, ' I). C.,
will l>c at the Mayor's office, Ronce
yerie, W. Va., February 20th and
21st, 1022, to render assistance to j
the public in filing -inc<ync'tax re- 1
?turns fnr the year 1021. No charge j
for assistance rendered. All lincomc j
tax 'returns must be filed with the
Collector of Internal Revenue on or
before March 15, 1022.
We have about completed our new
firing system in the 'town of Lewis- j
burg and in order to change our
' <>n nc?e lion at Sub Station and town
from old 1o new system it will be
''cccssary for us to interrupt service
"n Sunday, February 1022, for ap
proximately from 8:30 a. .in., to 1 p.
However this work will not be
''one if ii is stormy or weal Iter con
ditions prevent.
i Dr. John I>. McCCorkle. registered |
cxe Sight Specialist, of llinton. W. j
i v'a.. at the (ireenbrier Hotel, lion- j
! *everte. First Monday of each j
! nonth from nine to live o'clock.
j We have a <*o!nnuinication from I
! "One Who Hnxs Mis Living" writ-'
ten from Hainelle. We would glad- j
j In pi:l>lisli Ihis hot the article lias im
i name signed to it. ll is a well >- ?
I lahlishetl ride with nexx >.p.ipcrs to j
publish nething e\erpt they know 1
i the parly who sends -it. li i; not j
I necessary that the name he publish- 1
j etl hut we iiur-t always have the |
: name for our lilcs. Please send in;
I ycur name with articles fm* puhli- i
| cation.
>Hcv. (?. (i. Lambert prc.ichcd a!
line sermon at Mam! Chapel Sunday 1
I even ins.
There i ? lots of sickness in our '
J community at this writing.
i Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Noah Fran I/. '
ja line son..
^ The .xouni* folks of our enmmuni-j
! ly. went out fee a ioilx old sled ride
i Sunday evening.
! Mrs. Viola MeDanilv. of Layland. |
is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1
|.l. (C. McC.lung.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milish.
'a line ten pound son.
Well, we are afraid old ground j
! I: os xvill get t<? see his shadow, (iood
j friends slay in.
On la-?t Sunday afternoon (). M.
iPuHen. Superintendent of hie An! i r
j Saloon League of West Yirginii and j
j W. (i. Broxvn, State Prchibition
| (Commissioner, both xv.ilh head
quarters at (Charleston, addressed a
j number of representalive citizens of
| the county -in the Sunday Selio.d j
Building <>f the Presbyterian I
{(Church. A central committee xvasj
appointed to aid in law ' enforce- j
ment. In the evening the sj-me gen
tlemen addressed a union nice: ins
at the M. F. (Church. South. This
meeting was rather in the nature of
a general rally and was largely at
tended. A meeting of similar nature
was held -in Kcnceverte at 1 1 a. in.,
j Sunday which w.u^addressed also,!
!bv Messrr. Pullcn ;md l?rown.
I %
Al'lhe (Community Home. Monday!
after non and night, Feb. ICtlh. there
will be a Valentine and Fishpond j
; party. The children ? up to 'ten (10) !
years of age ? are invited from three
j to live o'clock in the allernocn. Ad- 1
mission 15 cents, lee cream and,
cake will be served; ten cents a fish
at the pond. There xvill be a Dan
(Cupid Po"t Ollice for sending and
receiving valentines, (id busy ami
make your valentine and have i!
I ready to mail. No postage required,
j (Come one and all and have a good
. time.
Monday night, same da>te and
place, fn-n s.'ven to eleven o'clock,
there will be a valentine parly for
Hie older boys and girls. The Posl
Ollice xvill 'be kept open for the val
I en-tine s. To add to the fun. all xvho
j x\i ill, are asked to conic' dressed in
I valentine or tacky costume. Aiiinis
jsion ,~>0 cents. (Conic and have a
it-cod lime.
| W. II. (Caekley, local Begi.strar :if j
' y i t : 1 1 statistics of Fort Spring Dis- i
Iricl reports .">2 birlhs and liN deaths]
i registered in his district from the |
'date (July 21 ) the nexv laxv xvent in
' !o eH'crl. to December HI. 11121. < )f J
jibe births reported I or were
j" v.l ill" horn. The laxv requires a
"still" born baby lo be reported and
| registered both as to birth and
i dca'h. Phx sicilans and nurses should
. repoi;'. U> Ihe local registrar of the
! district in which the birth or dcatii
occurred. For Ihe .information of
(doctors and nur.-cs S. N. Erxvin"1ias
resigned as registrar of Irish (Corner
I distniict and W. 11. (Cackley has been
{appointed in his slead. All ccrlili
jcalcs of birlhs and deaths from this
[district should be sent Mr. (Cackley
!at Bonceverte. Beporl of births or
j deaths should be sent lo the rcgis
I'lrar of the district within ten days
jby physician, nurse or parents.
Tin* Democratic Kxoeutive C.omi
'? nviltee of I Jit* State is called to meet
{in Huntington on Kriday, February
' I (Mb. This is not onl\ a meeting of
, Ihr committee l?ul oiil* of all the
; Democratic loaders of Ihr Stale.
It 'i?- <!hc beginning of a campaign
for a hotter condition and for a con
1 strue'live statesmanship within the
(State. In this day of oxlraveganee
and waste and high taxes the people
are awakening to the necessity of
takings hand in the running of the
Stale Government and to see that the
jrigli* men aro ( looted to oHicc t?i
l<x>k after their business. Cordell
Hull the Democratic National Qi.iir
j|inan, will he present to ad<Iress the
meeting. Many others v.- ill he pres
ent. Every man interested in the
UvelfaTe of our country, no matter
n whether lie he an investor of nione>
'or "whether lie work for wages,
(should hav a live interest in the earn
paign tliis fall. It is a matter of eom
Imon interest. This is exactly what
the Democratic parly proposes to
[do. If it can not get down to busi
ness for the common good of every
lone and every interest, it can no
longer lay claim of being a party of
vervico. Everyone possible should
'attend this mccving and prepare for
a oampagn of education and a kind
that will result in the much needed
curtailment in the expense of Ciov
: eminent.
! We trust that many from .this coim
jty will avail themselves of the <>)?
'portunity and attend.
I hi* iv should hi' no confuvion in
the public mind concerning tin*
\\ ??>drow Wilson Foundation. sub
scriptions wliiWi are now being
taki ;i. it is jn no sense a campaign,
tiiy opening of the date when con- j
tributions to this fund will lit* re- j
ecived. hilt ju; J a practical way of j
raising I li *.? fund for tin- foundation
and ot pcrnulting everyone who be- j
lieves in 1 1 1 1- ideal, ? : f Woodrow WiJ
Mill to eontrihute to this fund.
I hat there may he no misimdcr
* Sanding the plan should he explain-'
ed. The money obtained does not j
^ "ijiIiow Wilson nor to any j
political party, not- to anv material i
monument to him. hut the funds j
raised will he invested and the in
terest on the investment will he!
given in the form of prizes to the in- i
di\ dr-d (>;? up th.it ha* rendered !
within a specified period, nieritor-'j
ous service to Democracy, public
welfare, liberal thought or peace I
Ihrough justice.
Aftei this fuml has been raised. I
it will be administered through a|
Hoard of I rustees, composed of i
eminent Americans. Ihey will ad
minister the fund as a labor of love'
and without compensation of any
kind . Ami, in this connection, i!
can be cited that everyone in any
?\\a> connected with the campaign '
to endow the foundation is giving j
<>f his or ha* personal service with- i
out recompense ami even the e\- 1
penses of raising the fund are being j
borne by private individuals * who
are active in the movement.
We hold to She belief that Wood- j
row Wilson's labor in furthering j
the cause of human freedom will '
xyne day he accepted as one of the I
constructive acts of centuries. If i
you care to encourage the perpetua-j
lion of these ideals, yon can do ?ol
by subscribing to the Woodrow j
W ilson Foundation.
If any members oT the Coin,rn.;itee !
in this county have not received re
ceipt books from Senator Chilton.
I w 1 1 1 be supplied if they will notify
[.I. L. Hern, of l.ewishurg. The bail
["weather has made the campaign
| difficult in this county. Fvcryonc
[connected with this" work will
j please continue the campaign until
all have had an opportunity to con
ti il>utc. 1 htTr is no thilt* set for llio j
t K>se of the campaign. In fact it
only began in Kanawha county or.
the 30!h. The object is to give ever>
one an opportunity. This county
is doing well in this campaign and
we would urge every one to con
jlinuc. I he results so far are flatter
j Mrs. A. H. Jackson, who under
lie n.t a ycrv critical ' operation at
j (ireenbrier (ieneral Hospital, four
| weeks ago, is recovering nicely and
j will scon be able to return to her
j home.
-Miss ( iladys (Jillil.n, Jell Wcdnes
j day morning to enter the C. & <).
j Hospital al Huntington to Jake iuv
j c..?sary training to qualify as .Hegis
! k'red Nurse.
j Mis. .1. 1-.. Pass It It Tuesday morn
ing for Jacksonville. Florida, wiun
.'lie will spend the remainder of iin*
| winter. Her daughter will hi in
jibe LcwMmrg Seminary. Mr. Hiss;
!?:?* She present, is with F. S. iioyn-l
!<iuano ('o., selling fertilizer.
j .Ino. S. Jackson, whi has been in
ib.nl health all winter, does not ini
j prove, and is confined to his house
j.nw?st of Ihe time.
j Mrs. It. J. Hi vens. accompanied
j by Mr. I{. N. Shawver, all of Mcad
jow Mull', passed through l.ewishurg
; 'a d Wcdnesda v for the (ireenbrier
I (ieneral Hospital. where they look
Mrs.^ Hivens baby for treatment.
Miss Mimic I White- has returned
h< me I'rrvn a visit of several weeks
to Lawton. Qninimont and ILinton.
l)r- A .It. Johnson, of Charleston,
is visiting in l.ewishurg this week.
Win. Fchols and w-iTe of Alderson
I were visiting Mr. F's.. brother,. J. J.
j Ivchols, of this place, first of the
| week.
.1. Newton Caokloy, who has born
on the sick list for over two months,
| with ooloiu'lis, has so far recovered
and is able to return to his home in
I II in ton.
| Miss Elizabeth Mathews, wlio ha-,
been visiting in New York, ha; re
t ur nod lo hor homo bore.
Mason Mathews was a rooont bu li
nes visitor to Charleston.
Attorney T. C. Townsond. of
; Charleston, was on business before
Iho Circuit Court Jure this week.
Miss Margarett Boll, who had been
visiting frieivds .it Agnc.ss Soott Col
lege, cf Deealuro. (la., has returned
to hor homo here.
Hubert Kehols. cashier of one of
tiie Banks of Merlin ton. was visiting
relatives 'in I.ewisburg hist Sunday.
I>. S. Sail sherry of Iho Charleston
I liar. wa.c. in l.owisburg this week on
j business.
W. II. Caekley has not boon able
to go dowji 'town .unco Thursday of
last week, o n account of an attack
of lumbago.
Bcv. L. B. Bobbrtt, pastor of the
M. 1C. Church. South, is fin Baltimore
this week. He will accompany his
wife and children homo. They have
been ; pending several .months with
her )>cop!e in that city. They will
I move inlo the new parsonage which
I has been completed and which is in
deed a very commodious building.
Mis; Hannub Varid, of Yarid's
| Specialty Shop, is in Now York buy
ing spi ing goods.
Dr. (). J,. Baker, who has bivn
confined lo hiv hoint' and (Ircen
brirr General Hospital in , Bonce
J vorte. ha-i so fjw recovered that ho is
able to be on the streets. We hope
for his speedy recovery.
i <>\v i:.
riitiiiuis (i. I.uwi' \\.i> b< :n i;.*;.r
Hed Sulphur Springs. Monrnc coun
ty. Virgini i. September 1 lili. 1X12.
[died January 2i<. i!>22. I In* ^)>a:i of
]!iis lift* being SO years. I months
i li'ii < I S da>>.
r. i sun.
o! w ifi* of S. \Y. lit l>ii? ,?in. aged
| : 1 > t > 1 1 1 .'t.> \ fill's, died r.f tubrrculo is
at he? home near Kicll'er. ;i few d:t\s
I ago. leaving fi ur small child:* ti be
sides her husband.
smuo.i r.
Mrs. I.eo 15. Sterrrl!. third ? I <i n *41 1 -
lit'/ of \V. 'l'np Smith. ami nicer e.f
Miss Fannie Smith, of lloncevcrte.
? I i c ? ! at her home in Toledo. Ohio,
on Tuesday, January 21. 1D22. of
pneumonia. Mr>. Stcrrel! was 153
jyi'jrs ef age. She is ?urvived by her
husband and two little daughters,
also 1>\ yi.'tcrs. Mrs. Jack 11: mpit ill.
Jr.. and Mrs. Andrew ('?< !t. of Phila
delphia; Mrs .Cecil (*.. Purges.*. of
Koncevorte, \V. Va.; and two hroth
ers Richard Smith, of ISoncevcrlc,
and Clarence J. Smith of I.cwi.shurg.
W. Va. The burial look place in
Marion, Virginia.
liAiiw oon.
Mrs. Florence Hr.rwo' d. died of a
complication of diseases with which
??he had been bedfast three weeks.
The en<l came at her home ai
Ik'ckley. \V. Va. silt rounded by mem
I;crs her family. She is survived
by her husband and three children.
Harold Ilarwood. Mrs. (I II Feller.
; ;i 11 < I Miss Virginia Ilarwood. She
aLso has a brother in llinghatnlou.
N. V., and one sister. Mrs. J. A. Math
l.ews, of Wayfart. Pa. Her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. I). \Y. (irillith. aho sur
|vive. Scan after realising to We it
jA'irginia, Mr. and Mrs. Ilarwood 1 i v
| ed at Ronccvtvle. "1 1-t* family have
| m my friends in this county who
w "il ret ret !o lu ar of the death of
r.h'is good woman.
win .? :.i:u.
It is with regrcl lhat we chronicle
the sad death of Mrs, Pearl Teinple
*011 Winkler, wife of .las. L. Winkler
occurring a! Ml. I'cgis Sanitarium
January 27. 1922, af'ter an illness of
two year.*-. She was the youngest
daughter of Mr. Howard Tc.nrdeton,
j editor of the White Sulphur Sentinel
She was married in 1 1)1 (I and is sur
vived by her husband and a little
son. Jack. She. also, leaves her
! father, two brothers- Carl A. Tem
Iplelon. of Ilinlon. and Howard Tein
; pleton, c ?f Fort Worth. Texa*". and
j Iwo sisters ? Mrs. T. 1*. Niekell, of
; Hopewell, Va.. and Mrs. Paul (1.
illogsett, of Lewisburg. Mrs. Wink
! ler wa*" a most excellent wo.nian and
I passed through many .months sulTer
ling with resignation and the greatc-i
j of fortitude. While <in the Sanitar
j i 11:11 her sisters were with her sev
leral weeks before her death and all
that loving hands could do to relieve
1 her suH'cring was done. Her father
was with her also, when the end
I came. Mrs. Winkler had beein a
j member of the Kpisc* opal Church
I since childhood and had ever been a
? consistent christian. Funeral ser
; vices were held at the home o? her
j uncle, A. M. Hubbard, <;f However ie
1 last Sunday afternoon, after which
I her body was laid to rest in Rivcr
' view Cemetery of that city.
The Independent joins the rela
tives and many friends of Mrs.
: Wiinkl-er of this and adjoining coun
; lies, in heartfelt sympathy in Ibis
i their ; ad loss.
.l:inu siry 2'i, 1 1122.
i Tin* Oiviiwuoil Amusement Com
pany's ru-\v moving picture theatre,
; under (lie cflicient management of
j.I. X. Le^y and V. A. SuuMneiiield. is
! drawing capacity houses every Sat
urday nielli. This theatre is thor
? (Highly up-to-date in its equipment
and ha: a seating capcity of about j
A new 1 2 ">-lo n locomotive was re
l ceii'lly delivered to the (ireembrier &
; IvaStern Railroad by the Bahhviu
! Locomotive Works and is now do- j
jing passengor service while the reg- j
jular passenger motor is being over
i hauled, after which it will be used
lo handle the ever-increasing coal
/traffic in this new lichl.
The new Qtiinwcod Hotel, recent
ly opened by the Imperial Smoke- j
I less Coal (loiiMtany, is (bring :i splen
did business with Mrs. Frank Shafer
of Meadow Hridge in charge.
.1. W. Douglas, formerly of Mab
; scott, has now opened his Quin
j wood Meat Market and reports good
business. Ifis equipment is modern
i in every particular and absolutely
| sanitary.
J. (J. Bradley, President of the
! National Coal Association and also
! President of (lauley Coal Land Com
i pany, invperted the .mines of the Ltu
(perial Snick eless ('oal Company a
j few days a^o and was highly elated
j over the quality of the coal and tlie
stage of development reached by
thus company.
Hobert Williamson, .lr? who is
connected with the Sts'te Itoad De
partment, and James Nader, Counts
engineer, made a survey of the pro
|K*sed new road connecling Leslie
and Kriton wilh Quinwood and
thence extendi^ through to Nieho
o!as eounJy. Lei us hope that this in
spection trip will result in an early
start on the construction of this
j much needed road, and now that
I we are assured of the immediate I
[building of the Midland Trail by the
.Northern Moule, earnest conidera
tion should be given to a road up
'Laurel Creek making it possible for
! the rest of the county lo reach this
rcW'ly developed coal territory.
. A wireless receiving station is he
1 il'Ji Creeled by till- tllCllthlM'S of the
Uniiiwt <>?! Club. over which the
operas C(iin'i'j'K, n'riuciiN. elc.. bc
' ing I roudcasted from Pittsburgh.
, Chicago ami N'rwiiik, N. .1.. will l>.*
il the plans include tiu* in
stall;. ti? a of ;i loud speaking instru
ment in lr.;* moving picture theatre
for tlir In neti! of the general public.
This slat ion will hi' in charge <>f
Robert Summcrlicld. formorK in
the Radio Division of the Army sj.t
Honed in tin- I'hillipincs. (
Squire Granvil Odcll. of Nicholas |
county, was a recent business visi
tor. and i- \vr\ optimistic over thc|
future ot" this section of the county. |
As Quiuwood is bis nearest railroad I
station, the Squire i?- interested in i
tiu- i:nproveinent of the roads so j
that supplies can be hauled from I
lure to Hominy Falls.
N. II. Keller, of Hichwood. is now j
tilling tiu- position of assistant cash
ier in tiu- Bank t^f Quiuwood.
W. K. Leith. of Raincllc. spent She
week-end with friends here.
I'ncle Rat Walsh has again disap-j
pointed us by not taking unto iiiiu-j
self a bride, a* promised, Perhaps I
I'at will have better luck on his next
f George A. Byrne is drawing the
crowds to his new roller skating
rink in the Quiuwood Garage build
ing. which pc haps explain > the big
demand for pillows, in this neigh
Recent alternations to the inler
?ior of the company store have great
ly added to its facilities to supply)
Ihe demands of its customers, ami j
?John A. Sours, new store manager. I
who belies his luune by always
wearing a winning smile, is a mar
vel for speed, courtesy and attention
to business.
(ail. John Nuttall. Cashier of the
Hank of Quiuwood. is busily engag
ed in- making plans for the erection
of a three- tory Jireproof bank bulid ;
ing. the lower lloor of which will be |
occupu d by the hank and the upper.
Moors b> ollices and lodge rooms. |
Construction will be commenced in
the early spring.
1 \Y. A. Argenbrilc. of Becklcy. in
ventor of the famous lire extinguish
er for Ford II iv vers, was a guest of
.the Qii'inwcod Hotel this week . His
model was not working properly.
I but he reports many sales at every
demonstral ion.
| II. B. Bryant has sold his housc
ilvohl goods and is moving his family
I'to Florida.
j, George \Y. Quillcn. of Daw.son,
was a business caller beer this week
I J. Wade Bell has just returned
jfrom Lewisburg. where lie altended
i'the annual uieeting of the stock
holders of the' Greenbrier r Fa.stern
I Railroad, lie will leave in a few
! days on a business trip to Richmond
I 'and Norfolk.
Law Orders:
| State vs. Howard Tincher; felony.
( Verdict guilty.
State vs. Jack Saunders. Nollied.
State vs. Jake Thoma.v. (Confessed.
? Kine *100.00 and (it) days in jail.
State vs. Owen Bader. (Confessed,
i Fine si 0(1.0(1 and (ill days in jail.
| State vs. Harry Walton and Jasper
I Pritt. (Confessed. Sentence. 2 years
and six months in penitemtiary.
State vs. Forest Walton. Not
i guilty.
State vs. Virgil McMillion. Bond
1 forfeited.
i State vs. .lames Brooks. Guilty of
J petit larceny, (it) flay* in iail.
i State vs. J. F. Smith. Verdirt n.>l
j guilty. /
| State vs. Joy and I.larve Bright,
i Verdict of jury, guilty. Standing on
motion to set verdict aside.
State vs. Austin (Mulders. Nollied.
Stale vs. Joy and llarve Bright,
j Motion to set aside verd ict over
ruled and sentenced for Ihc period
!of 12 years each to the penitentiary.
! State vs. B. W. Martin. Sentenced
| for the period of two years an pcivi
j teutiary.
j State vs. Howard Tincher. Sen
tenced to;* period of three years to
John Desk ins and Harry Deskins
vs. F. N. Jackson. C-ontinued.
Licene to carry a pistol was grant
ed L. T. Sammons.
j F. F. Beard vs. O. I.. Fogus. Notice
! (*. I.. Medung vs. .1 .O. ;intl I.. I*..
; Me(!!u.ig. I >isiuis\cd.
l!ha nccry Orders.
j Annie \. Haker v>. I.. P. Arbaugh.
j ( >rder seting sale aside and ordering
saL* in ?. ,)?'M court on January
( 1 1 1 \ PlMT\ VS. .1. II. I'jllls. lU'CI'tT
taking judgement and ap
I : ?* i n 1 : 1 1 1 tit of a commissioner t'?
| make sale ?:f real estate.
j J. !. SI; ;::ni>:i ugh i t ;il v >. \\ . <>.
L.?ng. ct ;tl. I'au.sc continued.
| M. Y. Head \n. .1. C. Myers ct :il.
1 .1 uilge.nieu I in Mic sum * ? T s2.(?lK.l>7.
Iiind authorising sale of real csl:ilc.
N.'\v Diver C.roccry ("onipunx vs.
ill. A. Feamstcr ct ;ii. Order con
I li **111 i n;_C report of ( '.omin issioiu r- in
i ( '.hanccry and directing tiic payment
'( ill of money in hands of Special
Iteeeivc r.
A. D. Preston vs. Fred Dixon.
Order from Supreme C.ourt oT Ap
peals conlirming deeree of eourt be
C .Stanley, administrator vs.
r?e>sie Stanley et al. Order confirm
ing sale of real estate.
Annie N. l.aker vs. L. P. Arbaugb,
Sale of land in open eourt.
Howard Sutherland vs. Harts Hun
Lumber do. Order taking judgc
ill " 11 1 jind ordering sale of land.
A. K. I luddleston. Administrator,
vs. dharlcs Skyles and others. Order
fixing claims and deeree to sell land.
[ Sadie I-". Potter vs. A. H. Potter,
j Order confirming Commissioner's
report and discharging special re
We desire to call attention of our
readers to the announcement of Mr.
iH. A. Happ, of ;Henick, Fulling
I Springs District, for the nomination
I for the Mouse of Delegates, subject
to the action of the Democratic
I Primary election to be held in Aug
iiist. Mr. Happ is well known in the
j county, he having been for years
one of the school teachers of the
county. He has also taken an active
part in the Farm Bureau work of
at the county and served as Post
master at Hcnick. Mr. "Happ is a
good man and if he gets the nomina
tion will make a good member of
the Legislature.
The Independent is not familiar
wiith the project for a modern notel
in Lewisburg. which is in the bands
I of Mr. d. F. Dunn, of dharles.'on, but
j Lewisburg is in need of a modern
hotel. A .modern hotel here s.iould
be tlie pr;ide of every citizen and a
project to erect such a hc.'cl should
[have the support of all.
C < '6 I 6W? & t/ "
(? (paramount Cprdure
One half of the. woiJd has
j read the book and the whole
world will see the picture,
i This is a marvelous pic
Saturday, Feb. 4th.
Miitlinoc, 3:00 p. in. Night, 7 :.'M
Just to Remind You,
Lest You Forget!
That we Sell the
Best Real Estate, in the Best
Counties, in the Best State.
Homes, Coal and Timber, Cut-over
Lands, Mills, BJ siness Hog ses, Stores,
Lots. Farms a Specialty.

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