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Kbfont of the Lord's Supper.
iimEiteaUn the Treibyterian
"17 ^norslng at 10.45 at
fcrewlll be a public re
nembera. In the' evening
jbSjirjipeclal sermon on the
*The Christian and His
La." A warm welcome awaits
I'serrlces.
Jerved Dinner
lies' of the Baptist church
twenty-five cent dinner Fri
g to the teachers who are
he Bound Table. A fifteen
PS wlU be served Saturday at
ijavlval Meeting
gellst A. P. Gouhtey will assist
ftlOMme,during a series of meet
^UieiM. E. church which are
held at Logansport for two
^beginning March twentieth.
B?( A 8on >?
?Ir. and Mrs. John Hartlleb,
.. addition, a son. The |
eats-are receiving congratu
^ttraetlng Crowds
E. church was almost filled
iwhen.Dr. Mahood spoke on
"lfofca Soul." It was a self
ermon, which was followed
.tesrnaat appeal to all to remove
.jtilnSrance to the coming of the
Slntravlval, to all to set right all
?idlffecences with others. The ser
eepiy Impreaslve. Miss Ma
JHealth Culture" class at four I
filled the lecture room of the 1
rcttjglth'e lessons are growing very .
pular. They_a.ro froo to all girls |
omen'fronrfourteen up. On Sun
Afternoon at three o'clock Dr. |
hood will address "Christians."
Entertained
i.* U, H. Debendarfer was hostess I
&fieji{oa-de Script club at her home
mSbcini street Thursday afternoon,
jipy/w'ork -was the feature of the af
ernoon. At 4:30 a delicious luncheon
^iSserved. Mrs. Debendarfer was
listed la serving by her daughter,
ss Madge and Miss Nella Hess. The
rlteid guests were Mcsdamos C. C.
0Bm?n, TVIlIiam-Fleming, E. C. Tab
^riMIMlBBTIarrlet Pew.
f'Book Club
S..M. Bite entertained the Book
a -vers: pleasant afternoon at
me on Furbee avenue yesterday,
whist furnished the aatertaln
lupper waB served at five
III .
Charles P.. Faulkner, former resident
""Wngftn Erie, Pa., Is recovering
i severe Illness.
fflsfcsjwr..
Returned From Visit
Barb, of the Burt Hill,
Rre(urned from a visit with her par
fcand Mrs. A. W. Mason, at
11a. ,
r ;?
Recovering
in ' Bene Boor, of East High
jyrtrecovering after a severe
SSSgp.".'." 1
Mr. Kapland Here
?*\Hyman Kapland, representing
.. laaaCHamberger & Sons tailor
companjrj-of Baltimore, Md., is a
''?ieas; visitor .here. Mr. Kapland
former resident of this city and
fifrlends are glad to see him.
&PV:
ii?g> Personals
tt, Hlte has returned to his home
imeron after a visit in this city
flUa'Cidiaughter, Mrs. L. H. Boor,
^pi^gstreet
" gBlne, of Ohio, Is in this city
^Wtth', relatives. Mr. Sine Is
negfesident.
"Tns^-Michaels and L. Snyder
"Tied from Pittsburgh where
?/attending the automobile
^?Mmray, -of -the Clayton addl
has returned from a. business
otpioveiOap.
WtSiellilce, of Moundsvllle,'is
licit* visiting with relatives.
JR.-Modre and Miss Reba Marr
Here is always
omething new
SfcHarrison's
ue constant inflow and
low reveals the secret
{isistore's success.
Sfjitiior Jiesltallon even If the
l'er; la not propitious. Com
[UiortiDents are here {or ev
lembcr of the family?to eat
XSfOt
frjaf tha stock laps over; a
Ijtiwlt^ls.(Hipped off by sharp
lilnsr.In prices and thus we
lATanlditlon to startling bar
's newness and a crlspnesa
ilwsys' makes It Intorostlno
? to Harrison's even If you
fWSfdefer'buying till Istep
?jBte':.. ? >
macular interest is
|iird Floor where the
suits, coats and skirts
^harmony with the
creations of millinery.
were visiting In Fairmont Friday after
J: R. Holloway, of VSaynesburg. Pa.,
is In- thla' city1 for aweek's visit-with
relative's. IMMttnHRBMB
' Oliver T. Fleming, dt Elkins.W. Va/,
baa returned to hit home after spend
in* several-days, in this city visiting
with his daughter in the Clayton, ad;
dltlon.
L. J. McMillan has returned from a
builness.vlait-to Meti, W- Va.,': v./
K. B. Mockler, of Glover Gap, Is
spending the week-end. In. this city,
with his faintly in the Clayton addi
tion.
George Warner, of Parkersburg, W.
Va., Is here for a visit with friends.
- WORTHIN GTON.
Charles O. Messenger returned on
Thurday evening from a several days'
visit to Pittsburgh.
Mrs. E. E. Tetrtck was visiting her
father, Thomas M. Koon, at Goro on
Tuesday.
J. Rletz, of Monongah, was a busi
ness visitor here on Tuesday.
Dr. B. N. Eddy, of Fairmont, was
transacting business here on Thurs
day.
A. Russell Davis, of Clarksburg, was
calling on friends here op Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mclntlre return
ed on Friday from a business trip to
Pittsburgh.
Homer B. Corbln returned on Wed
nesday from a week's visit with friends
at Brookvllle, Pa.
Hon. M. A. Kendall, former State
Treasure of West Virginia, but nof
located with the Farmers' Deposit Na
tional bank of Pittsburgh, was a busi
ness visitor here on Thursday.
It waB stated some time since that
Homer Corbln had lost the belt as
champion ? checker player. Mr. Corbln
furnishes the information that he has
regained the belt by defeating "Cae
sar" Davis eleven games out of four
teen, four of which were Bkunks.
I Traffic on the Interumban was do*
layed for about four hours on Thurs
day. Martin & Shaver were attempt
ing to move a water well drlling ma
chine across the track when the scaf
folding gave way and letting the ma
chine down on the track. Pasengers
were transferred until the obstruction
was remover.
There will be preaching services at
the Christian church on Sunday, both
morning and evening by the new min
ister, Rev Frank B. Osberg.
Oscar Cochran, who has been in
disposed for several weeks suffering
from an attack of grip, is able to be on
the streets again.
Mr. and Mrs. George Howarth left
on Wednesday evening fora visit to
their former home In Maryland, Mr.
Howarth holds an official positio'n
with the Western Maryland railroad
here.
EAST SIDE
NEWS
Surprise For Miss Morrison.
Miss Mary Morrison, teacher of the
fifth and sixth gradeB in the East
Park school, was the honor guest at
a party which was held at the school
building yesterday afternoon In honor
of her birthday anniversary, after tbe
school was dismissed. The affair was
arranged as a surprise by the girls of
those grades. A very enjoyable time
was. spent and refreshment were
served.
Entertained Class.
The "Wayside Class No. 9," of the
First M. P. Sunday school, was enter
tained last evening by their teacher,
Mrs. J. H. Smallwood, on East Ferry
street. At the close of a very enjoy*
able evening, a tempting course of
refreshments was served. Those pres
ent were: Anna Clelland Hattle and
Nellie Ice. Vera Smouse, Margaret
?Layman, Edna Prickett, Helen Jollffe,
Trixle Jenkins, Eunice Kelley. Luclle
Clelland, Louise "Jenkins, Opal Keen
er and Eleanor Howard, the latter
from Cleveland. Ohio; Messrs. Delbert
JenklDB. Donzel Smallwood.'
Seventh Grade Society.
The two seventh grades of the Cen
tral school organized a literary so
ciety Friday afternoon. Officers wero
elected as follows: President, Stezol
Wrick; vice president, Glenn Battel
ger; secretary, Mildred Offner treas
urer, Marie McNeely.
No Perachlng Service.
There will be no preaching service
tomorrow at the First M. P. church
on account of the abBence of the pas
tor, Rev. L. E. Oldaker.
Afternoon Service.
A service will be held at the Dia
mond street M. B. church tomorrow
afternoon at three o'clock. Dr. Broom
field will speak. A vocal solo by Rev.
Goodwin will be a feature at this ser
vice. All are invited to attend.
~ Personals.
J. H. Smallwood, of Colfax, spent
Friday In this city.
Mrs. Rebecca Robinson, who has
been 111 of grip for several weeks,
is now able to sit up.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Nuzum and
daughter, Mary, spent Thursday In
Pittsburgh.
Orlo Drummond i? able to be out
after a few days' Illness.
Miss -Agnes Hawkins la very much
improved.
Announcement
On or about April 1, the under
signed will open up a shop with
complete equipment for oxy
acetylene welding and brazing,
Tires, accessories, magnetos
and carburetor specialists.
C. J. Cuppette H. S. Broslu*,
311-313 Washington St.
L.? . - ?. .
I i; {f'.f *~" '."?'?} ' \ M-v aS#f?t
[(flXlRUl ??
BIGGEST ALL-STEEL DREDGE
DIRT THAT BLOCKS CULEBRA CO
COLON, Panama. March 25.?Just
as easily as Mrs. Housewife scoops
,up flour and sifts It Into her bread pan.
the giant scoop, the Cascades of Cule
kra cut. scoops up 15 wagonloads of
Panama earth and rock at one scoop
and drops it down where It won't In
terfere with canal traffic.
The Cascades is the biggost all
steel drodge In the world!
It is 144 lent in length with 55 1-2
feet beam; 13 1-2 depth of hold and a
draught of 8 1-2 feet.
There are four steel spouts on the
Cascades, two weighing 35 tons each
and two weighing 32 tons each. With
its huge bucket lifting JL5 wagonloads
of dirt every time it dips Into the
"slide," the dredge removes 14,000 cu
bic yards of earth and rock dally. It
has a record of 17,000 cubic yards a
day.
The monster-dredge was 'made in
Germany and shipped to the zone In
sections.
Col. Goethels says 7,000,000 cubic
IN THE WOULD, SCOOPING UP THE
T.
yards ot dirt must be removed before
the Culebra cut is entirely freed from
obstruction caused by the dirt-aval
anche that fell when Panama lost Its
"angle of repose."
"It is the intention," he says, "to
pass ships through ag,soon.as a chan
nel is secured through the remaining
600 feet, and there .is, reasonable
ground for assuming a channel may be
maintained through the .obstructed
area." ?'
Want to Change Gas. Rates.
CHARLESTON,.W. Va., March 25?
Supporting a 'petitioner permission
to change its rates for gas used by
inustrlal consumers, the Wes Virgin
ia and Pittsburgh Gas Co. has intro
duced evidence before the public ser
vice commission. The company sup
plies 35,000 domestic and 62 industrial
consutnorB In and near Grafton. The
company claims that- the changes
sought would increase the cost for 14
and decrease it for 38 factories in that
community.
Normal Lecture Course
The managers of the Normal School Lec
ture Course are sorry to announce that it is
necessary to hold the next number of its
course in the Normal School auditorium,
the Opera House, the only other building
with adequate stage room being engaged for
that evening.
The next number, The Daveny Festival Quintette,'will
be.given In,the Normal school auditorium next Tuesday
evening, March 28th, at 8:15. This is an exceptional
musical attraction anfl will assure Fairmont patrons a
pleasant as well as profitable evening, President Rosier
heard this number In Olevelland the last week in Febru- 4
ary and speaks of It In the very hlghe^tterms. Tickets
for reserved seats at Martins Drug Store, Monday, March
27th at 1 p. m.
. Some one in your home prefers vocal music.'
You'd rather have instrumental, v
You can both be - suited - with a Victoi
?' Double-faced Record. \
Two record3 in- one almost at the price of one?.
IO-inch, 75 cents; .12-inch, ft.po,
A Victrola for every home
Good music helps to make a happy home,.,
and the Victrola provides just the kind of ?
music that is wanted in every home. ? -
There are Victrolas in variety enough to ^
suit every teste,.and if you'll stop in we'll j
be glad to play your favorite music for you.f
Victrolas $15 to $100. Victor* $10 to $100. Easy terms to >
suit your convenience if desired.
nude'In a cause therein pending, en
titled- W. H. . Bunher. administrator,
etc.. plaintiff and VfTdia Hartley, widow,
etc.. and others defendants, and dated
the 22nd day of January, 191$, to sub
ject the real estate ot the said de
cedent to the payment ot his debts,
you are hereby required to present
your claims against the estate ot said:
decendent for adjudication to Henry S.
Lively, Commissioner, at his office
Fairmont Trust Building in the City
of Fairmont, Marlon County, West Vir
ginia, on or before the 1st day of April,
1916. next
Witness, W. .8. Black, Clerk of said
Court, this 25th day of February, 1916,
and S8rd year of the State.
W. S. BLACK.
2-26: 3-4-11-18-25: 4-1 Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
State of West Virginia.
At the March, 1916. Rules, held
In the Clerk's Office of the Intermedi
ate Court, In and for the County of
Marlon, In State aforesatd. March
8, 1816, the following order was en
tered:
Mayo D. Brown, plaintiff, vs. Robert
Brown, defondant:?Chancery.
Summons.
State of West Virginia, '
To the Sheriff of Marlon County,
Greeting:
You are hereby commanded, as you
have heretofore been commanded, to
summon Robert Brown to appear be
fore the Intermediate Court of Marion
County, at rules to be held in the
Clerk's Office of said Court on the
first Monday In March, 1916, to
answer a bill In chancery exhibits
against him In said Court by Mayo D.
Brown.
And have then there this writ.
Witness. W. S. Black, Clerk of said
Court, at Court House, in said county,
the 6th day of March 1916, and
63rd year of the State:
W. S. BLACK.
Clerk.
The return endorsed on the fore
going summons Is in -words and figures
following, tp wit:?
The -within named Robert Brown
Is not found in my bailiwick March
6th, 1916. E. J. THOMAS.
Deputy for C.- D. Conaway, Sheriff ol
Marlon County. West Virginia.
Object of Suit
The object of the above styled suit
is to obtain a divorce a mensa et
thoro, by the plaintiff from the defend
ant; to enjoin and prevent said defend
ant from interfering with the liberty
of the plaintiff or removing her prop
erty; from lnterferrlng with, taking
or carrying away her infant child; for
the custody of said Infant child and
for alimony.
An affldavit having been made and
filed the said Robert Brown, the de
fendant in the above styled cause, is
a non-resident of the State of West
Virginia, It Is ordered that the said
Rotfert Brown do appear within one
month from the first publication of
this order, In the Clerk's Office of our
said Intermediate Court, at Rules to be
holden therefor, and do what Is neces
stry to protect his interests.
It is ordered that a copy of this
order be published and posted as re
quired by law.
Given under my hand this 8th day
of March, 1916.
W. S. BLACK,
Clerk. Intermediate Court, Marlon
County, West Virginia.
E. B. CAJtSKADON,
Counsel tor Plaintiff.
This order Is published for the first
time March 11, 1916, and to be
[.published once each week for four
successive weeks.
W. 8. BLACK,
Clerk.
811,18, 26,-4-1.
COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
To John W. Irwin, plaintiff, and Es
tella C. Hough, executrix of the per
sonal estate of Constant M. M.
Hough, deceased, Estella C. Hough,
Charles D. Hough, William E.
Hough, W. A. Hough, Howard L.
Hough, Genevieve Bonneberger, J.
L. Shrlver, truBtee. E. F. Morgan,
truBtee, Ray Harden. C. W. Haw
kins, Agent for J. W. Boord, G. V.
Jolllffe, Harry Shaw. French Mc
Cray, John A Clark, Emma Sum
mervllte and Eller ?Manufacturing
Company, a corporation, defendants:
In the Intermediate Court of Marlon
County. West Virginia, In Chancery.
You and each of you will take notice
that in pursuance of a decree of the
Intermediate Court of Marlon County,,
West Virginia, entered on the 21st1
day of February, 1916. In the chan
cery cause therein pending wherein
you are the parties complainant and
defendant, I have fixed upon Monday,
the 10th day of April, 1916, at my law
office In the City of Fairmont, Marion
county. West Virginia, as the time
and place for beginning the discharge
of my duties under said decree, an ab
stract of which Is aa follows:
"Upon consideration of all of which,
It Is adjudged, ordered atid decreed
that this cause be, and the same is,
hereby referred to A. L. Lehman, one
of the commissioners in chancery of i
this court to take state and report an
account showing:
"First. What personal estate, if
any, the said Constant M. M. Hough
owned at the time of her death, the
character and value thereof.
"Second. What disposition, if any,
wis made of said personal estate by
the defendant, Estella C. Hough, her
eieoutrlx, and how much, if any, of
ssld personal estate Is. now in the
handB of said executrix available for
the payment of any debts owing from
tho estate of said Constant M. M.
Hough, deceased.
"Third. A settlement of the admin
istration of ."the estate of said dece
dent by said executrix.
"Fourth. What debts aald . Con
stant MM. Hough owed at the time
of .her death, to whom they are.pay
able, their nature and the respective
amounts and priorities'.
"Fifth. What real estate was own
ed by the said Constant M. M. Hough
at the.tlme of her death,'its quantity,
description; and.': location.
"Sixth, vAll the real, estate, owned
by the Judgment debtors. Estella C.
Hough, Cahrles D. Hough. W. ? A.
Hough,'' Howard VJIouih; J3enevleve
*ervleef.::5^|?
108 Main St.
'<? 3iL_ 7 The Woman of Fashion
(Qfc? -j?df Center In This
? . MODERN STORE VjJ
l The Recognized
r STYLE CENTER
( Jt rfbW /v/ltl News From the Suit Section.
j\ j'JT There bare been seasons in
l\ Br \ / /uTlfl which there have been m^notlce-}'
' ? Mm^/j W.I able sameness of styles and
seasons when no set styles have
\ 77 w been demanded as the hard and!
, '-' \ prl/tJL - fast rulee of fashion. The latter
Is the cise this season. Variety
H IEc. t? he rule Instead of ths 'excap
Seml-tailored and dressy suits with short and medium length
coats, fitted coats and loose coats?coata that flare moderately or ;
very noticeably from the waist line?skirts are wide and widp'r,
plain or trimmed. All these and many other differences and ex
tremes In collars and sleeves are among the authentic and accept
ed styles for Easter. Thore Is more pleasure in "seeing the styles"
this season than for many seasons past. COME IN.
Stylish Suits in the newest fabrics at $14.75, $16.60, $18.50 and 919.75
Stylish Suits, wool, silk combination, etc., at $21.75, $24.76 and $28.75
Stylish Suits In the most fashionable fabrics, $35.50, $40, 945 and $50
(SEE OUR WINDOWS.)
JPEOIAL^NOTIOES^
bv Whom held and their respective
"Sfgs r&sss
wiu Tn nav Md discharge said liens
sum to pay *v.
and thecoataoft r mattera as
"Ninth. And aucn? requlra. the
any parly ln Ln ?f?", or BUch other
came bem* ^/cSmm'lB.lcmer hlmsell
may 6de0in pertinent^ whether so re
qUMte^ich0Ume and place you are
^Given under Sta* this 10th day
jot March, 1916. LBHMAN.
C^??n&?n CoSnty,
Weat Virginia.
HAHRCoUS"s^ for Plaint?. .\
Mar 11-18-25; Apr. 1.
TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SAI"?
ed Trustee under an )(y o?
agreement .and Dec ? June
bearing ^ f "^^totween Bank
^ Glenville
of Jane Lew. a co p Company. a
Banking and T ^ Jackscmburg, a
corporat on,! Buut rounly Bank, a cor
corporatton, Lewis C MerchBnts
poratioa. ^"mera corporation. First
Bank ot Amos. a MarvB a corpora
National Bank o? St My shlnna.
tion, First National Bankn?NaU !
ton, a a corporation, and
Bank ot phl"p?lvtieB 0I the first part,
^llTu^ner. Trustee, paxtV ot
the second ?%rt'Eao^nderaon, W. H.
M. Hartley, J- *?? ~ B c Rowan,
Spedden, F. B- Nichols, B. u QU.
H F. Smith, Clyde 8. W ? Splth,
more, S. Ray H?lbe ^ Meredith, and
j. w. McOouald.J. A wer
c. F. crane, parties oi iw partleB
by which agreem conotUuted and Bp^
of the first pa showalter, as
pointed the aaid . ^ hold title
their Trustee, to be conveyed
to certain real esta b the Monon
to him as such Trus a corpora
gahela Induatrial Comp ^ FlrBt
tion, 1U exchange J^ftXngahela
Mortgage Bonds ot sa{ ^ aggregate
Industrial Compa y hold by the
?value ot ?B3 BOOJU? i t# eaid agree
parties ot the^flra P urren<jero<i for
ment, and by them^urre ^
cancellation In accoraw 0t
terms 01 the of .aid
Trust MBgwttJJ agreement and
bonds, a?d wh TruBt C0nlerred upfln
Declaration ol m ' nthorlty and
8413 T7^m iSie W'timi la hi. dU
power and contey the said
cretlon, to y rt thereof, at pub
said agreement aa owl ^eteto.
"""KfSSlASSS
gjt^paaflgg 52.'?
??'%?sr$s: r
DAY of APRIL. "I, t floor
O'CLOCK P. ?M-> 1Marion County,
of the Court House ^ Fair
West Virginia. 1? x 0Her for
mont, in ??ld C?u^' UgheBt bidder
sale and J#&*&?? .ubjoct to
therefor at P*?i*? "L gmtions here
the exceptions and re fljBierib.
matter set out, the f<? wtoflei4 Dls
ed real e.taWfJ^????^? oon.lst
trlct, In saldMM^ ? ^ore par
8S&T1SS&"and bribed a*
oTO'llne of toe: company,
nongahda I??? ot the Pair
at the SouthfiM* . ? BfoniidB UA
rncmt ?alfh^?^1ontllJ^?ia right
running thenqe, 69 minutes W
of way S. 8 jEjtnt^ thene# continuing
725 feet to a J?lnV?o &curTe about
?51? *o Una*
a m
u I
'?fl
i* I
E." 1
da \
SPECIAL K0TI0B8;?i_
???? ?v
pointers; thence 8. 89 degrees jW
392.7 feet to a corner; '
degrees 27 minutes W.
stake; thence N. 24
E. 141.4 feet to a stake; wlth,the,R
& O. R. R. right of way thenceN.
47 degrees 30 minutes E. 76. X feet
to a stake; thence with line, of lands
i o( William Bunner N. 48 ? degress '83
minutes E. 876.3 feet to a sassafras;;
i thence N. 24 degrees 6 _mlnutea/B.
226.4 feet to a Wckoiy; ?ence'JJ.-ia|
! decrreeB 50 minutes E. 219.7' feet, to-a
dogwood; thence with line of jands.
of Thomas Hughes 8. 65 degreesK
740 feet to the North corner of lands
of the Fairmont Fair ' JAssoclatlotfjl
thence S. 36 degrees 41 minutes y
554 feet to a stake; thence S.; Ml ,
Krees 34 minutes E 405 feet to a stake,
thence S 46 degrees, 16 minutes E.
118 feet to a stake; thence; S. 62 dc
grces 3 minutes E, 600 feet to a atake^
thence S. 69 degrees 3 mmutes.B^SSO
feet to a '8ta^e:.the?=e,S..67^de|^
22 minutes E. 417
place of beginning. Reserving an"
Ceptlng from the operatlon^otj
deed lots numbered One
enty-flre (76) both numbers'inclua
In what ia known an*-CgPalSffi
nongahela..InauV
Hill A.ddlM^->.i?? VMffll
mont, which said-Tow areln
the boundaries, heroin abpvej--. .
a map pr 'plat, pf Whlfili ?ald^MW
Is'to be recorded In the offlce
I County* Clerk In arid'for said Marios
County, West Virginia.
Tract No. 2.?Beginning at,
stake lit the northern lino of an eighty
foot street, extending between*,^
Speedway and Morgantown ave
170 feet distant from said last na,
avenue at the corner of an alley;} -
running thence with the
eighty-foot street S. 71 degrees, 54
minutes E. 863.77 ??et to
thence N. 1 degree 48 tataUteS
11147.8 feet to a stake
dlth street; thence wlth.,a3|lns|ot
Meredith street N. 78 degree, iSyto|n|
utea W. 651.9 feet to a'st&eM!?n,^
to an alley and said Meredtth sWet,
thAtifA with said alley S?i 17 ;?epW?i-i,
38 minutes W. 1041 feet tp!:thftP!jS%
of beginning, contaliilng^^>.??MM
more or less.
Being the same real estate tha^w
conveyed to said
Trustee,, by the Monongahela Indu
trial company, a corporation^'byj!
dated November 1; ?19j2^a?Mor?
Excepting, however, ttwoj^
Du, WU'UU nw?w ?i
Buckhannon and. NorthernWM
company, a corporation, by 1
E. M. Showalter, Trustee-torf**
certain deeds, bne dated, tHe.flrstJ
of August, 1914, and 'recerd^SpBM
office of the Clerk of ,theiCount!
Court of said Marlon County In Dee"
Book 198, at.page 298,-aiidlthg;0thei
dated the 21st day of-Noremhjg||l|
and recorded In said offlceJ
Book No. 192, at pago^460jS
deeds reference Is made fy
particular and specific desjj
the property thereby conTl
. Terms of
One-third of .the , .purgjujl
cash In hand on the day 01
third to be paid in o"? -TSfl
third la two years from th
sale, for - which deferredipW
purchase money the jrarej
execute his notes^hearlng 4
day of sale and "payable1?
and two years.respectlTalyj
date, with Interest; J
further secure vthe:,
thereof, * Uen shall J
ed In the deed'or-deedsjl
property so conveyed. M
Said sale estate will be offe
sole In two separate?parcewj
numbered one and two an?
whole, and sold. In a manned
vatitageous. ?
The Trustee reserves the
reject any and all; bids _
At the same tlmo^aada
said underalgned^TTOrtSg
public smctlont.andl^l
hand: on day of m1<SK|
and ji^thwerpMtfl^
the ?ar. ^ue
the same helnr detjchedS
hnnd?tf:?nd;;WJen of thej
gate bonds/Pf^the^Konod
duttrlal company,'fajSqSB
held by ^dhTrastseJlgj
H Said coupons hsrvlnggffl
I srrvvM
there belngji

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