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Stat ~of ; West Virginia,
To the Sheriff of .Harrison Coun
You are- hereby commanded t
summon Stephen Zenick to appea
before the Judge of our Clrcul
Court of "flarritoii county at th
Clerk's office of our said court) a
' rules to; hp.'held therein for sal
Court, on . the CrBt Monday in Julj
" -next to answer a bill in chancery ea
hiblted against him in ouijsaid cour
by Kathermc Zenick, and have the:
..-.i thdre is "writ: ' '
Witness, ?: Wade Coffman, Cleri
of onr said Court, at the Cour
;l-Jonse of the said"county, this 20t
day of May,, 1912, and the 49th yea
d? the state.
I. '?V14I?3 .OOrraAL\, Cleric.
OIIDTIIJOP PUBLICATION; ,
State ot West Virginia.
Don't let your feet,loo
^wri'will lose it's charm i
- A-woman thinks of hi
thing else. Slw; woul dn't 1
wise. . She must obey-the c
% ion, by the way, is just as
footwearas in the other
Only when you have si
can you fully appreciate t
cured by a combination of
and the season's gracefully
' Highland B
rbir'd Sti - txcmsivf s
m PECK S BAD BO
FECIAL HIGE CLASS VAUD:
^E SUNSHINE,^THE BABY'
>PLE IN COMR
ral admission 1<
ved Seats ...... 21
lees Daily 1(
~At rules held in the Clerk's office wl
of the Circuit Court of Harrison tin
County, on Monday, the Jtrd day oj^ wl
- June, 19-12, the following order was ter
r vs (iln Chancery. Or
t Stephen Zenlck.
e The, object of fhe above entitled
t suft is for the plaintiff to obtain a
d divorce from bed and board from the
1 . v -
V defendant, and al&o to obtain, the
custody, care and education of her
t two children, the ofl-sprlng of the Ste
n marriage of -the plaintiff and defend. In
ant, whose names are Virona and I
It MaTy Zenick; and. also to enjoin and 1?
t restrain Tthie defendant from Inter.
h foring-With or bothering the person oC
r of the plaintiff or the two children w'
And it- spearing by aflldavit filed
In this cause, that Stephen Zenicit b"
Is a non-resident of this state, it is of
ordered that he do ap'pcaf here
- -? o'<
j S f
u \ a
>n a /a -
k shabby, as the most costly
if the feet are poorly clad.
jr appearance before every- *?>
ic- a woman if she did otherlictates
of fashion, and fash- em
imperative in the matter of
requirements of femiiiine Cqi
AND GUN "i
cen the new summer models j the
lie beautiful proportion sethe
Frenchy short vamps j Erci
modeled uppers. den
>0, $4.00 5
ros. & Gorei
HOE TITTERS T?St.
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rxmi ^iv. ^_*
UUJJJ uuc luuuiu aitcr iuv uaie ui
: first publication hereof, and do
at Is necessary to protect his ineats.
A. copy, teste:
iv WAXXE OOPPM1AN, Clerk. '
LAIRIL/ES G. OOFIFWUAN,
Counsel for Plaintiff.
KTICE TO TAKE BEPOSITIOJfS.
tlferlne Zcnlck, plaintiff,
vs. | In Chancer.. t
iplien Zenlck, defendant,
the Circuit Court of Harrison
lounty, West Vlrglnla.
Stephen Zcnick:. ; . I
rake rnotice, "that the depositions
Katharine Zenlclrand sundry other
tncsscs -will-he taken" at' the law
Ice of Charles G. Coffman, 216
urt Street, in the City or Olarksrg,
County of Harrison, and State
West Virginia, on the 8th day of
ly, 1912, between the hours of-nine
iu ?aaiuu^lun tiiu wbs widely
wn as an educator throughout
South and as commaudcr-fa-chlel
the 9ons of Confederate Veterans
lie. United States,
ollowing Dc.. Owene'e election
liam H. Saunders was. elected
isurcr, and Charles A. Douglas
It. Saunders 1s president of "the
Ity Arm of William H. Saundere
:iock a. m. ana nine o'clock P. M.,
be read In evidence on the hearing
the above ety led" cause, in behalt
the Baid ^Catherine Zcnick,
f from any cause the taking of the
me shall not be commenced, or beB
commenced, shall not be cometcd
on that day, the taking ot the
me will he adjourned from time to
no until tlicy are completed. .
lAMLiBS G. COFFMAN,
Councsl for Plaintiff.
as General Managing
Director of Commercial
iVASHIIXGTOX, June 14.?G. Grosuar,
Dawo has resigned as tnanag;
direotor of the Southern Commer1
Congress. He will Immediately
er upon a study of all questions
national development, as affected
local, national and international
nmercial organizations of even'
d. Mr. Dawe,' however, will rein
on the board1 as a reslde'hi'dltor.
ir. Clarence J. Owens/ secretaryasurer,
has been elected managing
Hitor of the executive offices. ' The
nge 1b effective today. Resoluts
were unanimously adopted by
board, highly commendatory of.
Dawe's long and efficient service
r. Owens, who came to the cones
two years ago from the presicy
of -the state college of Alala,
and who has since served as
retary-treasurcr, Ts well equipped
his new duties. Previous to com1IT
Ut, x .. .
w$s secreta'ry of t>e; Commercial
CWb of AUfc J J
the Southern Commercial Congress ||
movement Btartedj He- ie one of the II
TQce^preeldents of theSo'uthern Com- ||
merciaf Secretaries Association and II
a Jdl rector, of the lAiuerlcan Aasocla- II
($n ?* Cdnmne^^Afiii^flwB.
Senator Duncan JJ. Fletcher, jof II
Florida, president of the Southern
fjptnercAar Congress, ' made the fol-.
lowing statement today:
"The work of the Southern. Com-,
merclal Congress Is broader than
ever and "Its efficiency stronger. Its
prospects and support are greater
than ever .before. 4 .The organization
has worked Its wa> Into the approval
of the South and She country. Its
service has been, recognized as invaluable.
It has grown steadily with ,
the knowledge afrits work, and will,
continue tb broaden and strengthen
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For Five Days in Default of
Paying a Fine "for
, --- 1
In 'default of pacing a fine Of $25
and costs for drunkenness, a woman '
giving the name of Cora'Mctflnnesi? \
"was sentenced to serve five days In,
jail this morning dn the police court:!
by Mayor Frank R.'-Moore. * .|j
Viola Hardin, a negress, paid a '
One of $5 and' ooBts for a Dike offense).
and was released. ... jy
Two men who were arrested Thurs- jl
day afternoon on suspicion, o^ hclng
circus .pickpockets were remanded to! .
JaH for hearings this evening. |
A foreigner paid a fine of $3 and :
costs for street drunkenness and was,1
, released from custody. v )
For Men and Wo
[ ': -W
A CQUPLE MORE D
YOU DO NOT GET IN T
| SPECIAL LOT NO,
W. ,L. Bouglas'lngh g
shoes, in sizes for c\
body. You all know t
sc* it is useless to conn
on them. Ti)e.$3.50 an
kind for only
A3 WE ONLY HAV]
fliWunT a a v tr/vn/ tjoi
v * wn* MV TT JLIVJ
EARLY A3 POSSIBLE 1
Tliesc aye in both black
| tan, fashionable shapes,
equalled leathers, valuei
to $5.00, at this sale
HIGH SHOES .
The makes of shoes in
line wear like iron, -and.
--- .service they give is p
tiVely phenomenal. T
Wfire made to sell at $2
$2.50, $3.00 and $4.00.
are giving you a life's
porcunuv at tms saie at.
(1.00 to (If
Main St, Opp. i
Our Famous Box E
FOR THE SMALL
See Window Display
Jill W. cTWain St. V ' BOTH PK
D.D.hJ. BAD B]
Bad blood is responsible lor most of our ailments, an<
cause it becomes Infected with Impurities, humors or poisons
form is sure to fo)lpw.-. Muddy,- sallow complexions, eruptio
show that the blood is infected with unhealthy humors whi
It from a pure, fresh stream to a sour, acrid fluid, whit
Impurities through the pores and glands of the skin. A v
dence of bad blood. is sorer and ulcers, which break out oi
from a very insignificant bruise, or even scratch or abrasio
was healthy the place would beat at 6nce; but hieing infectet
which are discharged into the wound, irritation and infla
up, the fibres and tissues are broken, and the sore con
blood 1s purified of the cause. 8. S. 8. Is Nature's blood-p
made entirely from roots, herbs and barks. It goes down
tion and removes every-particle of impurity, humor or poi
vitality, and steadily tones up .the entire system. 8.8.8
excess of acid in the blood, making it pure, fresh and heal
nently cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter, .Salt Rheum, Boils, an
eruption or disease. Book on the blood and any medioal a
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
o a II iT A
d ANU U
men, Boys Misses and Childrc
FRIDAY AND SAJURI
AYS PF THESE SPECIAL'' LOTS, AND Y<
HIS STORE AND LOOK THEMOVER.
1. SPECIAL LOT NO. 2.
radc -The Florshelm shoes, a-celr?vy-1
,?bjatc(i. make, with a repuhem.
- : tafion SccOnd to hone, and
nent sold" exclusively in the most
^ fTv $6.00. Here on
Friday and ' Saturday for
only . $3.50
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3 A LIMITED NUMBER OF PAIRS IN TI
THEY WILL LAST, SO WE WOULD A
LND GET YOUR PICK OF THEM, AS WI
These arc also in black and
tan, witlf theshapes so much
desired., in all leathers, vals
ucs up to $4.50. At this sale
- M lo 9.99
this We are offering in this lot
the remarkable values-in Boys.'- r.
osi- highland low shoes, some of
hey - which sold right here in this
:.0Q._. store only a few months ago
We . as high as $2.50.. We have i
op- put them on sale now at....
i 75C, ?f| $1.50
r OUR NEW SHOE S
ly the Cunningham Sh<
ieautiful Blossoms || I
prkeof _ j j
IEliS Blow-Oats, Him Oats, Leaky Valves I
-j3qd pnoumsao Urc. i
buiuaa n i? i.i? i.im
urifier und tonic, Wnt Virginia
into the oiroula- Jtlrmasa Company
;n, at a Special Sale for I
j)U WILL MAKE A MISTAKE IF | j
- ' The ^Kout 1
^ore for the flat . of
$3.50, 011 sale here for 1 I
IE ABOVE THREESPEGI^^| 1 I
lDVISE YOU TO GET HERE AS I
/LADIES' HIGH SHOES I
4 The Ladies' high shoes that, ffjfl
we are selling yoa .^t these |jfl
f /... ed at anything like the 1
. prices, even at bargain safes. . '1 |
We have put them on at... S 1
GIRLS' SHOES I
Right in the .style, and. &?? rr l
good leathers, blacks and 1.
tans, high shoes and oxfords |
values all the way up "to' I. v! I
$2.50 and $3.00. Shoes they '1
will be proud to we/ir. At
' 50c. 75c. M ill I I
>e Company I
Clarksburg, W. Va. |
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