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riu: old homi: ivu-ki;. HERN ? BRACKMA.N, (hrnrrs and Publishers. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1 Don't borrow. Subscribe. loin ! Join! .loin ! Farm Bureau.. For prompt taxi service day and jiis-ht. Dan Loudkhmilk, l'hoiie 220 Cheap for quick sale. Ford Tour ing Car. Apply Piercy's Restaurant. For first-class taxi service call pirrcy's Restaurant, phone 271, ) t-wisburg. _ . _ l-t >H SALE. ? One 7-room cottage: |,;?th and steam heat; in center of low n. <<? Patton, I.cwisburg. Itron /.e I urkeys ? both Toms and Urns. for sale. Mas. .1. \V. Stkwaht i., wisbiirg. W. Va. l7-2w For prompt Taxi service w ith careful drivers, call Plume 213. Day Night. H. (i. ('oilman . Wantkd. ? A? once, 1 ..">00 pounds t;f wool. The price will be nil (). K. j. 11. MeClintic, Frankford, \V. Va. TRESPASS NOTICE. All persons are forbidden to tres pass on the lands of Mrs. Hrma Per kins in Frankford District, this miinty, by hunting or otherwise. D. E. TOWNSEND, Agent. For Sale or .Rent. ? If you are look ing for a home or business in any line; also Office Rooms for rent. Write. E. F. Jackson, Charleston. \V. Va.. Box (>0, NOTICE. 1 will be at my ofiice over the Bank of Lewisburg on Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays and on other days by appointment. My stenographer will be there every day. Limestone Telephone No. 215. 17-tf MARK L. J .^R RETT CI. AN APPEARS IN ftONCEVERTE The Ku Klux Klan is here, ac cording to the customary announce ment of that organization. Last night (Thursday) two large crosses blazed ? one on Fort Hill and one on the hill above the reservoir ? for some .minutes. This was followed by a parade, consisting of one auto mobile and (?0 odd marching mem bers. all c.bad in white robes with' j faces hidden from public gaze. In *;>ite of , ?the hoods spectators! thought they recognized the strides <?f a few of tftfe^Hnnrllers.? S'eitts. ? j NOTICE. Tin- Hoard of Education of Frank ford District, Greenbrier county, \V. Va.. will on Saturday, Nov. 25. 1922 m II ;it public -auction the old school j building in the town of Frankford I and the land on which said building i >tamls, consisting of one -acre, more j or loss. Sale starts at 2 o'clock p. m. \ This is a beautiful site for a resi- j ilencc. Cqnie and see it. The Board j reserves the rigbt to reject any and 1 .<11 bids. By order of said Board of Kducntion. A. L. FISHER, Secretary. EFFECTIVE WORK. Prohibition ofTicers (i. K. Sprngiie, insisted by Federal Olficer 1!. F. Heasley and officers W. II. Bat I iff and J,. S. Corkrean, started on a 'aid in Greenbrier and Poehontas comities and were successful in bringing Jack McNellan, Ernest Spinks. J. H. Rider, Henry Price L. R. Ovcrh'old, Everett Alderman, C. M McLaughlin, Charley Brown, Noel Pop, Charles Hanson, Chcs Biirc, A. L. Stedam and Ixuizo Wil liams. before a U. S. Commissioner. They report having been in Wil liam dnirg, Falling Spring, White Siilph in* and Antb'ony's ('reek Dis t' ich. They started litsl Friday and '"rtur-u tl on Tuesday. The majority ?f I'h- captures were made in Poca hontas county or near the line in Anthony's Creek District. A man ! > the name of Grogs made his es 4 i?l)l' hut they secured his Ford car. ?hick McNellan, also had a Buic car ^tiich they captured. All the .men were brought before I". S. Commis sioner, Charles N. McWhortcr, in hi wisburg, and most of them gave bond to answer indictment before the the Federal Grand Jury. Those n<>l giving bond were sent to jail. Wednesday another raid was iirade and an 85-gullon still. 2.;>00 KhIIoms of mash', half of a sixty gal lon batrel of liquor, and one 5-pas scnf<eT automobile was enptured on William Nester's place near Trainer in Anthony's Creek District. Also (,nc Ford car occupied by Paul Kelle> and Lynn Tjrce. of Virginia, W'ilS CJ( it n red near Neola. Ollie Hull "nd Albert Minor were taken at White Sulphur for having liquor in ??'lei;* p')?session. all thirty-two person* have held to th'e U. S. Federal ('.rand ?' ; > at the November term of Court I his is effective work for one "?eel* and all these officers are to be ' '''gratulated for the work t.lie\ are '?nij.. *' ?loin! Join! Join! Farm Bureau.. i nut it: i-:. All p. m tit's having groom *-? ? - ti \vi -h ii'fA tlit' undersigned to make u*> in brooms will please | ring in same ;it , once. it imi"t runic to me in good i 01 del*. J. I-., iltn.sr.il . Lewisburg. SCHOOL I lt)Nt)li Ht >1.1.. A 1 1! :n Spring I'rankford District Nettie A. Boone 'I eachci . Sceou'l Month. I*.v;i Judy, l-.< 1 ii ;? Kerns, Lena McCoy. Annie McCoy. Ethel Scott. \ iolct Shaver, Palmer Judy, l?av mond Judy. Howard Scott, i>. Shav er, Walter Kerns. TO ALL CANDIDATES. All candidates, whether elected or defeated, before the general elec tion on the 7th, must file a final ex pense account within thirty days after the election. l>o not neglect this. Attend to it now. This means every candidate. I1INKLK? OTT. 1 William L. Ilinklc and Mrs. Jose- 1 phinc M. Ott were married in Hon- 1 ccvcrtc on the i)th inst., by Hew W. I A. Grogg. The many friends of Mr i and Mrs. 1 1 inkle wish tlie.in a happy I voyage through life. OCTOBER MARRIAGES. j A. A. Hoswell and Ada M. Tlioinp- 1 son: Oct. 3rd, by Hew Talbcrt. Simon L. Braden anil Jennie M. Via, Oct. Ith. by Hew E. A. Wilcher. ' Mike C. Perales anil (icrtrude H. 1 Zinvnicr.uian, Oct. -Ith, by Hev. Beery Otlio E. Sears and llattie Ko>y Oct. 3th, ;by Hev. (i. A. Winchricnner. Law.son Persinger ami Darcll ! Hammons, Oct. 12th, by Hew Tharp. Erniile L. Moses and Constance F. Persinger. hy^Bev. Beery. AYilliam E. Lowe and Edith .(?. Powell, Oct. 13th', by Hev. Hascl. , Arthur K. Wheeler and Pereilla j Fields, Oct. 12th, by Hev. Berry. j Wilson Spenccr and Lena Loud- 1 ermilk, Oct. 13th, by Hev. Beery, j Floyd M. Thqnias and Alia P.! Cockran, Oct. 13th, by Hew DuBose. Clarence M. Kecney and Maude , B. Fea,nister, Oct. 13th by Hew J. W. i ^Ho> enberger. I James 1?. Forbes and llattie M. i j Smith, Oct. 22nd, by Hev. O'Dell. ^ I j Edward M Marshall and Cassie I Lee Neely, Oct. 17th. by Hev. Bean. ! Onton Weesc ami Lola L. (irillith, (Oct 17th, by Bev. Grogg. | Oakey McClung and Ollie D. 'Burns, Oct. 18th, by Hev. Bowling. Dewey E. Cockrean and Maggie L Sykes, Oct. 21st, by Hev. Du Bose. Graydon X. Crane and Viola E. Rehm, Oct. 28th, by Hev. Wickline. Paul Hendrix and Florence A.I Ilclems, Oct. 25th, by Rev. Tolbert. J. L. Walton and Wanda B. Sut- . phi n. Oct. 30th, by Rev. Wickline. , JAMES M. PAYNE. .1 aiues M. Payne, prominent ('liar lesion lawyer and business man, died at Takonia Park Hospital, Washington, 1). C., Inst Sundy nighi. Mr. Payne was born in Giles county Virginia, where he grew to man hood. Me attended college at Uoan oke, Va., and entered upon the prac tice of law in Craig county, Va. In 1873 he moved to Charleston, \Y. Va where he has since resided. Mr. j Payne had been in ill health for about a year -and has spent some time in the hospital in Wshington City. He was a very successful man and a good lawyer, active in busi ness and Church work. In the year, 1880, ihe married Miss Belle Abney, who died in 1!K)G, to which union three sons were born, Arnold Abney; James M. and Fran cis W. He later married Miss Vir ginia Austin, of Lewisburg, a daugh ter of the late I)r. Chas. N. Austin. Mr. Payne is well known in l.ewis burg and Greenbrier county where he frequently visited. He was great ly interested in Church and benevo lent work. Funeral services were held in Charleston Wednesday afternoon from the First Presbyterian Church, of which he was a member. GREENBRIER VELVET ICE CREAM. A HEAL FOOD. During the past four \ears .science and necessity have taught ns many things about food. Some things we once thought indispensable as food we have since found wholly unnec essary. Others we thought of only J as luxuries, we have found are food I necessities. Ice cream, a short ti,me ago, was j bought of and uv;mI only as a luxury but (luring the war it was declared J by the government tu be an essential j food. Science and actual experi- i ence in both' home and hospital have proven it to be necessary and very nourishing food. The cream and milk from Which it is made contain growth-promoting and health-giving substances absolutely necessary to child growth' and the health of all ages. Ice cream soothes and nourishes the sick back to health and strength, because it is so easily digested and so ritih. in food value. It strengthens and sustains the healthy of all ages, because it contains this element of food so necessary to health and . strength. It puts color in the cheeks | of youth and laugher in the eye of i age. Hat more of it. ye young and j old, because 't is a real food, an all I lie-year-round lood. (advi One hundred and Iwenty-ninej new members will sit in the next ? House, and Ihe S< irate membership' will include 18 serving lihcir lirsl terms, according to an unoflh ial Ibt of members of the Sixty-eighth Con < : ess compiled by WiMbim I > h ?" j Page, cle k ol the I Louse. THE PEOPLE. Tin* elect ion returns last week show eleiirly tiuit the people an* thinking und that they acted as a result of their thinking. In (ircen lirier county the results of the elec tion and the Democratic majority is far ahove the expectation of the most hopeful. The liule/tcndrnt weeks ago set the majority at 1,000, hut it went beyond that and in sonic instances majorities of more than 1,000 were given. Majorities larger than the oldest men remember of. Our Republican friends centered their light on Commissioner of County Court and .Mr. Hoone, their nominee, is a high-class man and a good .man, but Mr. Davis the Dem ocratic candidate, who is equally as good a man and one as well qual ified, was elected by more than seven hundred votes, a majority larger than the highest majority for the Democrats in the county in 1020 Mr. Davis, too, was handicapcd by reason of the fact that he is not known over the county and that lie was without experience in campaign work. The people of (ireenbrier County, regardless of party, will find that they have made no mistake in putting Mr. Davis on the Court. Hi is intelligent, lie is progressive, i yet lie is careful and will see to it 1 that every dollar expended will bring a dollar in return. Mr. Davis is a substantial farmer and well grounded in the principles of busi ness. There is one thing for the peo- \ pie to remember and that is that the government of this country docs not I reside at Washington, at Charleston; but that it is with the people them- 1 selves. Washington is only the meeting place where the people's hired men and women meet to en- j act into law the will of the people of the Nation. Charleston is the meeting place I where the -people's hired men and women meet to enact into law the will of tnc people of West Virginia. Never again say the (iovernnient at Washington nor the (iovernnient at Cliai lesion. Such is not true to , American principles. , Recognize i yourselves and remember that in you and each of you is the (iovern nient. Th'ink this way; act this way: i but think and act intelligently and ; sanely. Be an intergral part of the (iovernnient 305 days of the year and bean intelligent student of your country. Do these things and you will find that those whom you elect to office will become immediately responsive to th'e wishes of the peo ple and will work for the common good of all This applies to all men and women of all parties and to the young people in training for citi zen sh Lp. Join! Join! Join! Farm Bureau.. A PERSONAL WORD. To Mtj Many Friends: I am deeply sensible of the great honor conferred upon me by the voters of the Sixth Congressional District on 1 nesday, the 7th, wli'en they elected me, by a large majority as their representative in the (iStiii Congress. My heart goes out in grati tude to each one who had a part in the victory and I hope to repay them in honest, conscientious public service. I want the people of this District to feel that I i^m a public servant and to call on me for any service that a representative can render. Quite naturally many friends are interested in my plans for the next two years. I shall still retain my residence in Fayetteville and con tinue the publication of "Pick and Shovel" putting ;< competent man in charge at the proper time. By keep ing my residence in the county which' has been my 'Home for 18 years, 1 can maintain contact with my constituents and render better public service than if far removed .from the people who have reposed confidence in me. The past few months have been arduous ones and two campaigns have kept me busy. Feeling the need of a rest, I will, beginning next week take a short vacation, visiting rela tives in (ireenbrier. Summers and Monroe, during which time Pick and Shovel will not be issued, but Ih'e missing numbers will be made iij) to subscribers ;it the end of the x ear. I iigain want to thank my friends for lln-ir individual support and the Stale Chairman, lion. B. F. Dunlap. and the County Chairmen of toe re spective counties, for the work of their splendid organizations. It is deeply gratifying that every county in my district gave me a majority something that never occurred be fore. My constant prayer is that I may walk JVumbly and deal justly ami be worthy of the confidence reposed in ;iien, all to the end that the people may be served and that Cod may be glorified. Sincerelv vours, J. A. TAYLOR. Ti.c above is clipped from the Pick and Shovel, Mr. Taylor's paper, and we reproduce it that our read only get a further insight into the heart of the man whom they have elected to the Lower Mouse of Con mess from this, the Sixth District. Were iJic reports circulated against T;i>lor before the Primary and after b> reason of the fact that Taylor is an hono! man and fears Cod or were they ^ron.iili ignorance? I he people of the Sixth District nl Wot Virginia. rega<"dle*s of parl> are proud of Tax lor bo/ausi he i>> j:n lionesi. Cod feaiini;. r.i; n and t iie t" ue to :ii-> nobles! convictions. | II. Harvey and Miss Mary Ar baugh were quietly married on Wetl I ncsday evening at the residene ol the officiating minister, Rev. II. A. Murrell. The> reside on Muddx ("reek Mountain. ^ SPECIAL Tl'iMM OF COURT. I The Circuit (loiu't of (ireenbrier | County lias been called in speeial I session on Monday, November the ( 27 Hi by Judge Summers II. Sharp. [There will be no petit or grand I juries and only- such business as ! i.may come before th'e Court without j I jury, will be heard. LOCAL MAN ACER TRANSFERRED Lloyd B. Ott, who h'as been the local manager for the Virginia Western Power Company, of Lew isbivrg, has been transferred to Cov ington, Virginia. E. I*. Noble, who has been with, the same company at ilinton, takes Mr. Ott's place here. J | We wish' for Mr. Ott further succcs l in his new Held of labor. OYSTER SUPPER. Tuesday, Nove.mber 21st. The Willing Workers ('.lass of the Methodist Church will hav their an ! niral Oyster and Chicken Salad Sup l per in the Lexvisburg Drug Store Tea jRoom on Tuesday, Nov. 21st begin-! I ning at ~? o'clock n. in. If you love j good tilings to eat come to this | supper next Tuesday, th'e 21st. CREENBRIER CATTLE. I Tuck wilier Brothers will exhibit j at the International Live Stock Ex | position two Bulls, and Wilson Bros 1 Bull and two Females. Harvey j Wilson, of Wilson Brothers and Ron Tuckwiller. of Tuckwiller Brothel's, I l will leave in a few days with these' j cattle. Our information is that the McLaughlin Farm will also have ex hihits !>f cattle at this interntioual exhibition, (ireenbrier cattle is at tracting attention of the slock (rais ers all over the country. CREAM CHICKEN SUPPER. The Parents-Teachers Association will have a ('ream Chicken Supper Friday. Nov. 21th, for benefit Public School. Don't eat supper at home on the 21th but come and cat at this delicii ;i' supper. PERSONAL MENTION. Hubert Echols and wife and An drew Price and wife, of Marlinton, came down to Lewisburg last Sun day by auto; called on relatives and returned in the afternoon. , Wm. Grow is in Fairmont this week representing Greenbrier Lodge No. 12 in the session of the Grand Lodge, A. F. and A. M. which is in session there. J. W. Godwin and wife of For* [Spring this county, will go to Blue field next week where th'cy will spend the winter with their daugh ter. J. A .Ewnrt and wife, of Alderson left last week for Clermont, Florida, where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. McCorkle, Sr and Rev. O .M. Anderson, all of Lex ington, Va., are here the guests of I the former's son and family, S. W. Mr(x>rklc, .Jr. Dr. C. A. Far.ren. who has been in ill health (for some time and who recently underwent an operation at Johns-Hopkins Hospital, Baltijnore, returned to Lewisburg the last of last week. While still a very sick man, he is rapidly regaining strength' and his many friends hope for his complete recovery. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Wood are in Clendennin this week, having been called there by the death of Mrs. I Wood's sister's, little child ? Edna Crawford, child of Mr. and Mrs. W. I j B. Crawford. Paul C. Ilogsett, also I , was there. Judge Chas. S. Dice is attending th'e State Bar Association in Hunt ington this week. He has been ap pointed to read a paper before thai association on the late Henry Gilmer of the Lewisburg Bar. Dr. Henry McLaughlin, of Rajxhin Virginia, is visiting friends in Green brier this week and looking after business. Mrs. J. B. Hendricks, who had | been the guest of her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Mathews, has re- 1 'turned to'h'cr home in Prankfol. Ky. j Mrs. M. Mathews and daughter. Miss Kli/.abcth, left Wednesday for a two weeks' visit in Baltimore. Mrs. John R. Laing and daughter. Miss Martha, left recently for Hunt ington for a few days visit. Mrs. J. W. Ai buckle is visiting; her von in Washington. I>. C. Miss Annie Austin was called to Charleston this week by the death of her brother-in-law, J. M. Payne. L. S. Davidson and Lawrence Dar- ! nell were recent visitors in Balti more. Miss Julia Mellichamp returned last nigli't from the Hospital at Richmond Va., where she under went an operation a few weeks ago She has not yet fully recovered and will not. be able to resume her full duties as Health Nurse for some weeks yet. Reda Suttle, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. John M. Suttle, of Sinoot, and j Beva Spinks, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs, Frank Spinks, of Alvon, were j operated 011 for tonsils at the Red Cross Health Center in the John A. i Preston Community House last week. Mr. Dan Dickinson, wiio has been 'ir i-uesl of hi> sister. Mrs. Parke , I). Carter, of the Lewisburg Semi- j has retui ne I to Danville. \;i. ?> - < y Join! Join! Join! Farm Bureau.. I ! THE GREENBRIER COUNTY WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION. (Advertisement) Till: ClimSTMAS ItAZAAlt l?;.s been thanked to Friday. Dec. | N t i . ;:nd will be !i ?.? I ? ! in the Pres byterian Sunday Sellout liuildin** * ;it Lcwisburg. Itcmemhcr the date Friday, December Sth. Come! Most recent contributors in re- j spouse to the appeal for help to- 1 wards payment ot debt, are: Mr. and Mrs. (iiliucr Kasley, Lew- J isbur^. DEATH OF A CHILD. Kdna Montgomery Crawford pass ed away, after just a few hours i II ness, Monday, November 13, 11)22, at 5:30 i?. in. She was three years old the 30th' of last August and hud been from birth a strong, healthy ehild. She was the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crawford, re cently ol Lewisburg, but now living at Clcndcnnin. this State. Besides her parents she leaves a little broth er, Granville, a large number of de voted loved ones and a host of friends. "Little Sister," as she was allVe tionately known to everyone, was) one of the brightest, sweetest and (m os t attractive children that oik* ever knows and her passing away has brought sadness to the hearts of of eacii c>n c who knew her because "to know her was to love her." She was a bright ray of sunshine, a pure little llower in her home. We believe that God wanted another little jewel and took her because her little career here was finished and He knew what best and we can only submit to His will, knowing "He doeth' all things well." We know she is safe in the arms of Jesus, who. said: "Suffer the lit tle children to cosine unto nie and loiL'id them not for of such is the Kingdom of <Iod." How truly "She silently slipped o'er the threshold tonight, to make her abode in the Mansion of Light." We all thank God that lie loaned her to us for three years, and while it is so hard to give her up, we feel that Heaven is a little nearer to us and God has spoken to us through one of His dear little ones. "Never a burden He will not bear, Never a sorrow He does not sh'are, Never u trial when He is not there Moment by moment we're kept in His care." X An interesting wedding took place at the hosme of Mr. R. C. Clark, near Jacox, Pocahontas county, on Thurs day Oct. 16, 1922, when Mr. Lawson Persinger, of Richwood, and Miss Darrel Hammons, of Leonard, were united in marriage by Rev. D. T. Tharp. Mr and Mrs. Persinger ex pect to make their home in Rich wood, and have the best wishes of many friends. THOUGHT HE NEEDED NEW PIPES' "My stomach and intestines were always full of gas and often had. severe colic attacks. The pain and soreness caused me to think I need ed a nev: set of pipes. Since taking May.r's Wonderful Remedy all tii'is has disappeared and my only trou ble now is to make enough dough to buy all the food I'd like to eat." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from th'e intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all sto.mach, liver ami in testinal ailments, including appendi citis. One dose will convince oi money refunded. Sold by all Drug gists. ROSELTH KNAPP BREED, HUMORIST-ENTERTAINER, IS NEXT LYCEUM NUMBER Itopelth Knapp Breed, Boston's not ed humorist, Is one of lyeeum's most populnr entertainers. She presents a carefully arranged program of mono logues, character sketches and short stories. She is a clever Interpreter and possesses a finished art which de lights at all times. She is more than a reader; rather is she an Interpreter of real people in real life. Her "types" nre distinctive, and you marvel at her gifted character impersonations.* ller work is an .irt ? made so through years of em nest study ? iid successful plat form experience. caiinkmi-: iiai.i.. i.cvj iupv'. Monday, N< v. 20lh. Admission fillc. WIM.IAMSIU H(i II Hi il SCHOOL. Tuesday, November. i!J . 15)22. t NOTICE TO TAX-FAYERS. I will nu'ct you in person or by in \ deputies at the following plaees and times for the purpose of receiv ing > mir taxes for tin- year, 1922: Hon ce verle. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. Hi, 17 and 18. Lewisburg. Tucsdax and Wednesday November 2<S and 29. Illne Sulphur Tuesday November 21 Asbury, Wednesday, November 22. Alderson, Thursday and Friday Nov 23 and 21. A Discount of 2 Va % will be made to Persons who pay their Taxes on till4 Days aforesaid. Interest at the rate of 10% per annum shall be add ed thereto from the First day of January, 1923 ? Acts of Legislature, Special Session, 11)01, Chapter Section 8. L. L. GKAYBEAU Sheriff of Greenbrier,,, County. Va. NOTICE. Stale or West Virginia, Greenbrier County, ss: At Hulcs held in the Clerk's Of liee of the Circuit Court of Green brier County, on the lirst Monday in the month of November, 11)22. George M. Ilarrah, Complainant vs. In Chaneery. K. W. Criner and otJiers, Defendants. The object of this Suit is to set aside a certain deed made by the defendant, K. \V. Criner to defend ant \V. W. Hobinson, dated June 1), 15120, for the conveyance of Ixjt 0, section 8 Mast Hainelle; also a deed to E. W. Criner from Hose M. Hob inson, dated Nov. (5, 1918, and to subject the real estate mentioned therein to the payment of the debt set up in piaintiir's bill and costs of this suit and the other real estate described in plaintiff's bill of com plaint, and it apcaring, by affidavit liled, that the Defendants E. W. Criner and O. A. Criner are non residents of this State, it is ordered that they do anpear here within one month after tnc date of the lirst publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect their interest in this suit. Teste: W. F. KICHAHDSOX, Clerk. .1. W. Arbuekle, Sol. 10- lw NOTICE. State of West Virginia, Greenbrier County, ss: At itules held in the Clerk's Of fice of the Circuit Court ol Green brier County, on the first Monday in the month of November, 1!>22. .Matilda J. Totten, as* Administrix. of the estate of L. K. Totten, dec., vs. Complainant M. Henry Totten, Defendant In Chancery. The object of this Suit is the en forcement by Matilda J. Totten, as Administratrix of the Estate of T. K. Toten, deceased, of a judgement of $1,312.58 and costs against M. Henry Totten, rendered on the 24th' day of November, 1908, by the Cir cuit Court of Greenbrier County, W. Va., in an action therein entitled Matilda J. Totten, Administratrix, versus M. H. Totten and to subject to the payment of said judgement the interest of said M. Henry Totten in certain real property in said county owned by him, etc., and it appearing, by affidavit filed that the Defendant, M. Henry Totten, is a non-resident of this State, it is ordered that he do appear here within one month after the date of the lirst publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect his interest in this suit. Teste: W. F. HICHAHDSON, Clerk. Dice and Davis, Sol. 10-lw SALE OF VALUABLE LANDS. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Special Commissioner will, by virtue of the authority ot a decree made by the 2Glli' day of September, 1022 by the Circuit Court of (ireenbrier County, West Virginia in the* chancery cause there in pending wherein I). B. Ta> lor as administrator of the estate of Allen Jamison is plaintiff and Helen Jami son and others are defendats, oiler for sale at public auction to be holdcn 011 the premises near Itenick (ireenbrier County, West Virginia Oil SATL'MDAY, NOV. 2."), 1022;.. beginning at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. all the following parcels of land : First. A track of 25 acres of land situated in Falling Spring District of said county and being a tract of which Allen Jamison died seized, and the same conveyed him by Nan nie C. Woodson Kxeciilrix by deed dated February Hi, lOlti of record in the ollicc of the Clerk of the County Court of said (ireenbrier County in deed hook No. 00 at page .*>05. Second. A tract of six acres of land situated in said district and be ing the same granted Allen Jamison and Helen Jamison by K. It. S'evens by deed of record in said ollicc in deed book No. Oli at page 5-10. Third. A tract of 211 acres situat ed in said district, and being the same tract granted the said Helen. Jamison al 211 acres and 1 !>-! poles by John S. Crawford, Clerk; less 2 acres conveyed to Henry Louder milk, and less the 1 acre tract grant ed H. J. Walkup and others trustees. Said lands will be offered several ly and then all together and the sale which realizes the greater sum will be reported to the Court for con firmation. TERMS OF SALE.? One. third cash in hand on day of sale; one third in one year from date of sale with in terest from date of sale and one third in two years with interest from date of sale, and to be evi denced by notes with' approved se en lit v. 1?. Ft. TAYLOH Special Commissioner. (Jreenbri'T Comity, ss : I, W. F. Itichardson. Clerk of the Circuit Court of saiil county, do hereby eerlify that It. It. Taylor; commissioner above, lias executed bond before inc with security ap proved by me as required In the de cree in said cause. October 21. 1022. W. F .MICH \r.DSON, Clerk 10-27- Iv.