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IS MM. - Jt& Thousands of People Will M Vicit tl_2 State During / " Present Year. -CHARLESTON, W. Va., Feb. 6? 14 f rnM r - -- I *uu*v?i>tuuB iu? tuui itfit will DO U10 molt Important convention year lu tho history of the atato. One ot the moat largely attended conventions will bethat ot the Ohio Congregational District conference which will open at Huntington on May i J- and continue through the week. Central nnd Eastern Ohio towns are expected to bend more than 1.000 delegates. Another h convention which win have a large atJ-;^' tendance will bo that of the West VlrIgtnla State Education association on June 13, 14 and IS. It will also be ' held at Huntington. ' Tho meeting of the State Federation I II of Labor will be held at Charleston beginning February 13 and 200 deles' gates are expected to attend. The ') West Virginin Wholesale Grocers' as ii boaation win meet in April In l'.trkersburg with about ?f. members lr1 it etUltuance. The exact date has not | 1 been announced. Furaersburg wilt, i . during mo ween of February 111. have. 1 a big Masonic demon.-iraUon im.tden-1 | lal to the dedlcatiun ot the now Tom-1 , pie there. The Grand comniamiery, j Kniguts ot Templar, will men,, in Mar- j unsDiirg on May 11 anil ihe Grand 116} al Arch Chapter of Masons will i* he held In ParHeisburg on isovon.ber .v 10, two days prior to the opening of '.he y Masonic Grand Lodge. Ihe West Virginia State BdhUtb' l association will meet In Charleston R" curly in the spring but the exact date I hat, not been announced. In L'ue! held on March 22 and 2d the Woodmen of the World of West Virginia will 'hold their grand lodge. Mannin^'iOn i was selected as the p.ace for honing, f the Grand Encampment of the 'ude J- pendent order of odd Fellows, which I II Is scheduled to open on Alay 9. The1 j' past masters of the order will also V meat at the same time. The Grand' lodge of Odd Follows as well as ihe convention of xho sons and Daughters of Liberty will be held In Huntington but the dates have not been announc-' &; od. I y. The annual convention of the We.it Virginia 8tato Sunday School associa-j tlon will he held in ParKcrahurg on i '.' May 8 and 10 and an effort Is being | - made to bring the attendance up to -v. j.,duo inroiign a systematic campaign: i" of publicity. Huntington lias been se-l I'i lee ted for tho state eonvoutlon of the E' Churches of Christ, and May 2;s-2.. Bjp'.aro the dates selected. The TwentyB?. fourth annual encampment of tho Vet if ;crans ofthe Clvt! Vtir, the convention v of the West Virginia .state Laundrymen's association and no Grand Conn - ell of the Junior Order American Mechanics are also to be hchUu that city but the date* have mot been anno..nc-| . 'cd. The West Virginia I'harmaceu? tloal association will meet there in I June. t The Baptist Summer association will 7 meet ln-Phllippi, Harbour cauiily. Au | gust 7-13 with approximately 301) por-' sons In attendance. Tho Methodist I IK Protestant Conference of West Vlr-I |g-' ginla will be held in Morgantown, lie-' jv~ ginning August 22 and the annual I meeting of the liap. st General ussoI'-, elation will be heid there from Octo f- her 17 'o Clarksburg has been gj- selected . he atrhual conference of WtS. the Methodist Rplscopal churches. EThls v 1 bt ti October and It is ex' pectca .ha , persons will nttend. i The Proton e Jnme Clrrlo will hold1 Us annual r-ecttng iii Wheeling on Ji G and an dihe West Virginia :S_o Federation of \V in's clut>31 will hold its annual c. entlon In '.Charleston this coming.Hummer. Tho date has not ben announced. ?, . Conventions and other annual meets'.'togs, tho dates for which have not 5?.' :/i!been announced, follow: West Vlrctnia 3Mute Einbaliners' association at Motp. ' gantown; West Virginia'Association o( V' Insurance Agents at Huntington; Wost Virginia Business Men's association at V - Morgantown; West Virginia State k- Medical association at Fairmont; 1' Grand Army of tlio Republic encamppi went at Parkersburg; State Dental association at Fairmont; Oil and Gas Producers' association, Wost Virginia | Natural Gas association, Dp wort b Lea;-.V cue, West Virginia Mining Institute all S'-T' at. Morgantown; Grand Lodge, Knights " of Pythias at BUiofield; Christina EnSV: deavor association and West Virginia pi.-/- State Bar association at White Sulphur Springs in December. IlraSlisTir tell# How Vinol Ratorcd Strength and Vitality Fairmont people will realize that wo could not publish such letters as the following If they were not genuine and truthful statement of facts. The Rev. Mr. Hughes, Holly Springs, Ark., says:? "I am a Mothodlst Minister, and suffered from broken-down nerves, loss of appetite and sleeplessness. I was weak, and I was not able to do by duty In my Parish as I felt I should. 1 had tried various remedies but did not MW^,. .UUUUi lu fed Ull.V Ut I !.*. ! . | IlI'UUKll G lit Hp of Bearden. Ark., I learned o' |? .Vlnol, and It built inn ?p. i rcgatnjrC. od by appetite, can sleep better and do more work." Fft*.- Thore is no secret about Vinol, It derives Its power to build up the overj& worked, broke down, nervous system s from beef and cod fver peptone , ron and manganese-pertonates, and glc4 crophospates which it contains, p-ti Anyone In Fairmont who wishes to * try Vlnol can do so pith the under53 standing that we will return their money If they are not satisfied. K Crane's drug store. Proscription pharmacy, Mannlngton. SoKoCSoCve REMOVES SKIN AFFECTIONS On* pact ay* proves it. Sold and guaranteed by above Vinol druggia. ^ " jrr^Ne i . J?EMI 3PEM vl^ST RFTV /fa HlM / <5or / '' ^ Notice of Special E District R< STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, County of Marlon, as: At a regular session of the County Court held In and for the County of Marlon at tbo Court House thereof on Tuesday, the 30th day of January, A. D. 1017, the following order was) cutored: This day came H. D. Martin and 1 tendered a petition in writing slgnod i by himself and one hundred and six-, ty-flve other legal voters and free-i holders In the Magisterial District of i Lincoln, County of Marion and State! of West Virginia, which said petlt'onl was filed in the Clerk's office of this! Court on the 37th day of January, 1017, praying for the permanent improvement of certain public roads in -aid Lincoln District, and asking leave to file the same, and said petition having been inspected by the i.'ourt and found to he legal and proper, It is ordered that the said petition be and the same is hereby (lied.. Tile said petition being in the words! and figures following: "To the Honorable, The County Court J of Marlon County. WoBt Virginia: | Wc, the undersigned, who are legal voters and freeholders within the Magisterial District of Lincoln, in the County of Marion anil State of West Virginia, believing that the public in-i teres! demands the permanent im pvovement of the mnln public roads of said district hereinafter enumer-1 r.ted, hereby request and petition' yoar Honorable Body to cause to be I submitted to the legal fotera of said district thn nronositinn nF hnnHinrr' said district for the sum of Six Hun-: drod and Fifty Thousand and no-100 Dollars, ut a special election to be held for that purpose, and that the proceeds arising from the sale of said bonds, bo, by said Court, used for the permanent Improvement of such | roads, by the use of asphaltum, brick,; concrete, macadam, stone block or other process 01 equal merit, as pro- j vlded by law, uud In buch manner ns > prescribed by law, the roads to be so improved by said proceeds of said | bonds being as follows, to-wlt: 1. The Buffalo l'ike: Beginning at the Mannington District line, j thence by the said Buffalo Pike, or a relocation of the same, to the Village of Broomfield or Downs, and thence with said pike through the Town of! Farmlngton to the Fairmont District j line at Katv. a distance nf MS son > feet. 2. Plum Run Koad; Beginning at its intersection with the Buffalo Pike, thence up the Plum Run Road to the forks or the road at McClolland's store, a distance of 15,000 feet. 3. Dunkard Mill Run Road: Beginning at its intersection with thej Buffalo Pike, thence up Dunkard Mill I Run Road to the forks of the road, a distance of 3,700 feet, and thence up Bethel Fork to Jimtown to Isenhart's store. 4. East Run Road: Beginning at its intersection with the Buffalo Pike, thence up East Run Road to the fording over East Run at or near the church, a distance of 3,700 feet. 5. The Falrvicw Road: Beginning at its Intersection with the Buffalo Road in Farmington, thence via the Fairviow Road, repairing and permanently Improving the same to the school house at the forks of the roan ai jomison coai & l'oko Com- ' puny Mine No. 9. 6. The Fairmont ant] Weston Turnpike: Beginning at the Fairmont District line at Mill Fall Run, thence by way of said pike or a relocation thereof, through West Monongah, thence to the corpornto limits of the Town of Worthlngton, thence , through Worthlngton and by the river road to tho district lino at the brldgo crossing Blngamon Creek, a distance of 28,970 feel. i 7. Tererbaugh Road: Beginning . at its intersection with tho river . road, thence up Teverbaugh Run : Road to the Concrete Bridge near . Four States or Annabelle Mine, a die- i tance of 16,840 feet 8. Mods Run Road: Beginning < at the intersection of Mods Run Road ' with the Buffalo Road, or a relocatlon thereof, thence via the Mods I. Run Road, or a relocation of tho i 1 same, to the forks of the road at or i near the School House, a distance of ] 13,200 reet. 9. Blngamon Road: Beginning . at the fording near Mrs. Hess's, . thence" "Tunning down "Bihgamoh '] Creek Road, a distance of 18,489 1 GREAT AMERICAN HOMI S, BUT Voo WANT To EMBER. THAT V/^RE ,C 0INS A POi.UAR. AND I CENTS A J-essoM ON LB" Ano He's simplS r L1 To PRACTICE- OLflU VJILL He EVER 1.EARM>0 - Woo- 30P S *zp] L VOTICF.8 Election for Lincoln )ad Bonds Ceet. 10. Helen's Run Rood: Begin-' nlng at the Intersection of the Fair-1 raont and Weston Turnpike, thence1 up the Helen's Run Road, or a relocation thereof, crossing the bridge by the Bock Road, to the intersection of said road with the Buffalo Pike, in Farmington, a distance of 25,704 leet, 11. After building and permanently improving the roads hereinabove particularly described, the balance of the proceeds of said bond issue remaining unexpended shall be proportionately expended In permanently improving the following roads, tc-wlt: The road leading from Its intersection with Buffalo Pike, thence crossing Buffalo Creek near Cunningham Bridge and tlionce with said road up the hill to the top of tho ridge at Joe Downs' farm, and the road beginning at the mouth ot Little Mill Fall Run end running thence with the road.up Mill Fall Run to the Davis church, and^thc Bingamon Road beginning with Its intersection to the West' Fork River Road tit the mouth of Bingamon Cteek and thence with the road up Bingamon Creek to a point on Little Bingamon where the road is to be permanently improved as herein provided, and the Plum Run Road beginning at McClelland, thence with the Plum Run Road to the Forks at Dan Parrish's residence. We further petition and rcqueBt that your Honorable Body, in thej event the said bond issue is author-1 i7.ed, appoint ten freeholders and le-1 gal voters within the said Magiste-' rial District of Lincoln to bo recom-j mended within ten days after the > election to act as an advisorv com-. mittoe to your Honorable Body in all; mnttorB relating to said road iin- i provementB, including the Bale or i said bonds, the employment ot en-| giueers, determining hind of road toj be built and materials to be used, letting of contracts, approval of korlt tnu material used, etc. Kespectfnlly submitted, John Voacn dps. .Koehler H. T. Lough Chas. A. Stewart F. D. Yost J. J. Bartlett Jno. B. Blllincsley H. L. Kuhn C. E. Johnson L. C. Snyder W. E. Toothman John E. Wells Samuel Veach W. H. Dawson C. S. Pitzer S. E. Burnett S. L. Hess .1. S. Downs A. J. Tuerft's Geo. E. Fluharty H. C. Woote B. W. Duncan Geo. F. Tnbler M. S. G. Lyon Chas. Hess Eber E. Morgan H. R. Sturm E. D. Morgan W. C. Beeson J. E. Schneider K. S. Fnrish J. E. TalklnrJ.on B. F. Davis G. W. Winkler J. L. Hess W. G. Reese H. E. Martin J. C. Quinn J. I'. Wright E. L. Jones Walter Parrista G. S. Baltch I. Mclntire C. H. Parrish A. L. Mason John Kinty J. D. Vlcter S. T. Toothman A. E. Vangelista F. P. Rex L. B. Mclntire Bert Talkington J. M. Geddis L. N. Whitlatcb Howard Shaver II, J. Hatzel Jas. A. Rledy A. C. Fisher C. C. Hlggs L. M. Kerns I. N. Glover J. M. Downs H. D. Martin F. G. Gray Mike Grzylola R. C. Cooper T. W. Napple A. V. Lynch R. F. Parish Michael Bock L. T. Toblhman E. M. Snyder Geo. Hixeubaugh John A. Bock J. T. Graham J. M. Hagerty A.E.Rathllsbergcr J. V. Dotts C. C. Martin W. E. Mapel Earl Jackson F. .J. Robey Joseph F. Ryan Wilbur Lyon A. L. Martin L. R. Wells Isaac P. Shunc F. S. Bock H. H. Bice Chas. E. Morgan G. K. Boggcss A. C. Collins i. \v. .inner Li. Li. Hupp M. M. Martin B. A. Amraous H. E. Mavtin J. M. Haught j Jap Martin S. D. Gault Chas. Clark L. E. Bell F. M. Sharp J, E. Jollltt 3. S. Davis P. G. Brand Thoa. R. M*llau Cleon Brand Fred W. Tnggart C. L. Rice 1 I. P. McKain J. C. Barrackman < Donato Meo W. H. Hamilton Flut Colosono E. H. Talkington i 3. D. CriBllp W. W. Rice 1 W. H. GrandBtaff ?. J. Kuhn 1 J. J. Leeper J. T. Myers J. H. Vlu?lc William Gross 1 [. J. Jackson James R. Wilson ] v- .. < . u .. -...? \ - ft ismV -me. tocaI Mr VoO UNDERSTAND? WANT" Him To practice irr HAVE HIM po IT d0cih6 the paw whem -ni'm Not Home. j r J?*\ SPECIAL NOTICES J. S. Rex Ij. B. Tennant Arthur Shafer .1. C. Morgan F. H. Williams Lee Toothnmn S. W. Stllltngs J. I. Bell ?. Baimbridge M. L. Bell J. A. Brand C. Guy Hell B B. Poling C. E. Toothinan L. D. Straight Luther Rice M. H. Reese Ed. N. Toothnmn M. V. Millan L. D. Martin Oival Reese J. W. Eruw A. R. Graham C. E. Cartrlght nivHfl Tnllilnpfon K T Pw/-? F. J. Jones T. A. Fluharty J. W. Phillips K. S. Rice L. P. Toothroan Albert Rice F. P. Reese \V. L. Cross G. H. Musgmve Thomas A. Jones ! Jus. F. Campbell D. P. Parrlsli T. J. Downs And upon consideration ot tlru said petition the Court is of the opinion and doth find that more than fifty (40) of the signers of the said petition are legal voters and freeholders of the Magisterial District of Lincoln, County of Marion and State ot West Virginia, and it further appearing to, the Court and the Court doth so find that the amount of the current road levies upon the property assessed in said Lincoln District for road pur- ( poses is insufficient for the purpose of said permanent improvement prayed for In said district as set forth in tatd petition. And it further appearing to the Court and the Court doth further lind that the total valuation of the, taxable property in said Lincoln .District, County and State aforesaid, is $13,1ST,651.70 as shown by the lust assessment of the property in said district for state and county purposes; and the Court doth further find that the said Magisterial District of Lincoln has no indebtedness as such district, either bonded or otherwise; and that the said County of Marion has no indebtedness, either bonded or otherwise; that the amount of bonded indebtedness authorized by law, which'said Lincoln District may incur, is in excess of the aggregate amount of $650,000 for the purposes aforesaid. And it further appearing 10 the' Court and the Court doth so lind thuti I ho common councils of the Towns of] i'armington, Worlhlngton and M<>ttongali, through which municipalities a part of tho roads in and by said! petition is proposed to l>e pernmnpntly Improved, have each, by a resolution entered or record on the minutes of their respectiev meetings, consented to the improvement of said streets and roads within said re3pecllco municipalities, by the County Court of Marion County under the proposed bond issue and have authorized said County Court to build and construct the said streets and roads within said municipalities, In (he event said bond issue he authorized at sand special election, out of the proceeds of said bond issuo in the manner prescribed by law, and as set forth in said resolutions respectively of the Common Councils or said towns. Now, on tliis day, after mature consideration of said petition the Court Is of the opinion that the prayer of said petition should be granted, and tho Court doth hereby grant the si-me. -urn me tjouri ueetnmg it udvisatlc and being o? the opinion that the said Lincoln District aforesaid should appropriate and use the sum of $050,000 for the permanent improvement of tho roads mentioned and described in said petition, and that to this end the said district should be bonded in Lbe said amount, and that tho prucccds arising from the sala of said bonds should be used in the permanent improvement of the said roads mentioned and described in said petition by the construction of asphaltum, brick, concrete, macadam, stone block, or other process Of equal merit as is provided by law. and in such manner as prescribed by law; and the Court doth therefore order and direct that a vote be taken of the leaal voters of said Lincoln Hint,'i?t Marion County, WeBt Virginia, on the question of tlie issuance or the bonds aforesaid at the several voting places in said District of Lincoln at a special election to be held for the purpose of taking such vote, and said election 1s hereby ordered and directed to be held on Wednesday, tho 7th day of March, A. D. 1017, upon the question of the' Issuance of bonds in the amount and for the purposes and aseB aforesaid, and the proceeds of which said bonds when so authorized ad issued shall .be used-for the purposes set out in said petition, which said bonds shall draw interest at not' '' L - SPECIAL NOTICES |to exced Flvo For Centum (6%) per nnum, payable semi-annually on the :llrst days of June and December of each year and be payable serially on each annual interest period within iweuty-six years commencing one year from the date of said bonds. For the purpose of holding such election the Court doth hereby appoint I he. following Commissioners of Flection to take the poll and ascertain tho result of such election tm such manner as is prescribed by law for ascertaining and certifying the election of County and District officers as is provided by Chapter Eight of the Acts of the Second Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of Virginia, convening on the 18th day of May, 1015, namely: At Precinct Number 1, J. D. Victor. J. L. Sturm and J. Lane Parrish. At Precinct Number 2. E. L. 1111lingsley, S. L. Hess and John N. Hess. At Precinct Number 3, J. A. Rlcdy, J. L. Janes and L. C. Weeks. At Precinct Number 4, French Lough, J. C. Morgan and J. J. Bartlett. At Precinct Number 5, LeRoy Sturm, Sam W. Stllllngs and A. J. Ferguson. At-Precinct Number 6, Joseph Ferrell, Warren Haun and P. H. Haley. At Precinct Number 7, Cbne. Haymond. Dr. C. M. Vaughn and W. E. Pigott. Also the County Court appoints the following Challengers of the Election to assist in carrying on said election in such manner as is prescribed by law, namely: At Precinct Number 1, Fred Blllingsley and Channlng Moore. At Precinct Number 2, J. D. Sandy and Russell Hoioert. At Precinct Number 3, C. N. Morgan and M. J. Killean. At Precinct Number 4, Will Clelland and Chas. E. Morgan. At Precinct Number 6, Dan Parr'sh and E. T. Price. At Precinct Number 6, Walter Knight and Jasper Miller. At Precinct Number 7, H. K. Sayre and Clarence Yoakum. Said Commissioners of Election ! holding said special election at the i said several voting places in the said District of Lincoln Bhall cause to be taken and ascertained the result of said election at snid several voting places for which they were appointed, respectively, and the said vote polled at said voting places shall be taken and the result ascertained and !certified according to the regulations! prescribed by law for ascertaining ] [and certifying the election of County I and District officers as aforesaid, and the ballots used in taking such poll shall be the same as thoBe used for voting for officers for County and District purposes and shall have printed thereon the following wordB, ( IJUIllUtJ . "Special Road Bond Election in' Lincoln District held by order of the County Court of Marion County, West Virginia, entered and sprend on the recoq^R of said Court on the : Oth day 01" January, 1017, In compliance with the petition of fifty or more freeholders of said District, filed with the Court praying for a special election to authorize the Issu[ ance of bonds to the amount of SCr.0,000 to improve certain main public roads of said district, accord|lng to the laws of the State of West ! Virginia: FOR BONDS AGAINST BONDS It Is further orderd that the said| ballot may be voted und marked In | the manner prescribed by law. It is further ordered by this Court' that this order be published through- j out the said district thirty (SO) days' at least before said vote is taken as| I follows: ' The Cleric of this Court Biiull cause' as many copies ol' this order to be made or printed as may lie necessary und sign the same, and he shall forthwith post one of said copies in a conspicuous place in his office, one of said copies at the front duor of | the Court House of said Marion ! County, and the affidavit of said Clerk showing said posting in his office and at tho front door of tho Court House shall be recorded hv the Clerk or this Court in the Order Book of this Court, and the Clerk also shall deliver tho other copies to the Sheriff ot said Marlon County, who shall forthwith post onb of said copies in a conspicuous plnco at each voting place in said district. The said Shert. shall make his return showing that such order and copies thereof were duly posted, which shall be recorded by the Clerk of tliis/Court in the order book of this Court, and the Court dotli further order and direct that a copy of this order signed by itB Clerk shall be published once each week tor four successive wcoks in tho following newspapers, published in said Marion County, prior to the date of said election, namely: The Fairmont Times nnd Tho West \ trglnian, and the certificate of tho 1'ditor or Publisher of each of said papers under oath showing the publication thereof, shall he recorded by the Clerk of this Court in the Order Book of this Court. It is further ordered that the Clerk of this Court do forthwith prepare poll books, ballots, etc., as may be necessary for the purpose of-taking and certifying said special election; the same to bo delivered hv him tn tho said Commissioners of Election. It is further ordered that, in the; event^of tho electorate of said die- i trict, at Baid Special Eelection, authorizing the issuance of said bonds, that tho President of this Court be, and he 1b hereby authorized and directed to execute the bonds of said 1 Lincoln District for and in the name i of the said district, and to sign the i same as the President of this Court, i and the Clerk of thiB Couurt Is here- i by directed and authorized to coun- i ter sign said bonds and attach the I seal of this Court thereto, which said I bonds shall bo by the President of I this Court sold and delivered to the i purchasers thereof upon receipt by 1 him of the proceeds thereof as pro- : vided in Section Five of Chanter i Eight of the Acta of the Leglslaturo i of West Virginia, Second Extraor- < dinar}- Session, 1915; said bonds < shall be sold and disposed of to the I beet advantage of the said district In < such manner as tho said President of 1 (his Court may deem best/ but In no event shall said bonds be disposed of < for less' than' their face or.par value. 1 bald bonds .so to be issued, shnll bo ! SPECIAL NOTICES serial-coupon bonds of the seerral' 1 serial-coupon bonds of the several 1 denominations of 1500.00 and < 11,000.00, respectively,, but not to i exceed in the aggregate 1060,000, 1 and shall be Issued and dated on the ' 1st day of Juno, 1917, and be pay- i nblo serially to the bearer at the ( office of the Clerk of the County 1 Court of said Marion County, in the < City of Fairmont, State of West Vlr- I ginla, or at the National City Bank ' in the City of New York, in the State i of New York, at the option of the I holder, and all within Twenty-six i (2.. years from date. Said bonds 1 shall be payable serially on the first 1 riflV nf .Tuna Hocrlnnlncr wHli >?*? w?or i 1918, and every year thereafter on i the same day and date thereof; the sold bonds shall show on their face, 1 their serial numbers to be paid on * each annual period and shall bear In- I tercst at tho rate of Flvo Per Centum c (5%) per annum, payable semt-an- < nually at the office of the Clerk of i this Court, In the City of Fairmont, c Marlon County, West Virginia, or at t Guaranty Trust. Company of Nerr 1 York, in tho City of Mew York andjc State of New York, at the option of 1 the holder, and that said Interest be I evidenced by coupon attached to said i bonus and the said coupons to be ex- i ecuted by the fac-slmlle signatures of ( tho President of this Court and the i Clerk thereof. t Said bonds shall show on their t tacc, the serial numbers of bonds, c and the date each becomes due the 1 holder thereof shall present such i bonds for payment wheu they respec- t lively become due, and the failure to n so present such bonds when due shall 1 cause the interest thereon to cease s and no further Interest shall be paid r "after said bonds as shown on their t luce shall fall due. I c It is further ordered by the Court t that said serial bonds shall be re- 1 sportively numbered, and of tho re- v spectivo denominations and respec- 1 tively become due and payable as fol-11 lows: | c Bonds 1 to 13 inclusive or 31,000 1 each, on Juno 1, 1918. c Bond 14 of 3500, on June 1, 1018. S Bonds 15 to 27 inclusive ol 31,000 each, on Juno 1, 1919. c Bond 28 ol' 3500, on June 1, 1919. j! Bonds 29 to 43 Inclusive of <1,000 ]1 each, on June 1, 1920. A Bonds 44 to 58 inclusive of $1,000 each, on .Tunc 1, 1921. , 1 Bonds 59 to 74 inclusive of 31,000 ' each, on June 1, 1922. Bond 73 of $500, on June 1, 1922. i' Bonds 76 to 91 inclusive of <1,000 c each, on June 1, 1923. j I Bond 92 of $500. on June 1, 1923. 1 Bonds 93, to 110 inclusive oft' $1,000 each, on June 1, 1924. Bonds 111 to 128 inclusive ofj' $1,000 each, on June 1, 1925. i Bonds 129 to 147 inclusive of I1 <1,000 each, on June 1, 1926. ! Bonds 148 to 166 inclusive of; $1,000 each, on June 1, 1927. Bonds 167 to 187 inclusive of 31,000 each, on Juno 1. 1928. Bond 18g of *500, on Juuo 1, .1028. Bonds 1S9 to 299 inclusive ofj$1,000 each, on June 1. 1929. i Bond 210 of <500, on June 1, 1929. Bonds 211 to 231 Inclusive of <1,000 each, on June 1, 1930. Bonds 235 to 258 inclusive of $1,000 each, on June 1, 1931. Bonds 259 to 284 Inclusive of <1,000 each, on June 1,'1932. Bonds 285 to 310 inclusive of $1,000 each, on June 1, 1933. Bonds 311 to 329 inclusive of <1,000 each, on June 1, 1934. Bonds 34ft to innlnuivfl nf 2 $1,000 each, on June 1, 1SS5. Bonds 3li0 to 399 inclusive of f $1,000 each, on June 1. 1936. r Bond 100 of $500, on June 1, 1936. ' Bonds 401 to 431 inclusive of 3 ?1>00 each, on June 1, 1937. Bond 432 of $500, on June 1, 1937. 1 Bonds 433 to 467 Inclusive of $1,000 each, on June 1, 1938. C Bonds -468 to 502 inclusive of ' $1,000 each, on June 1, 1939. Bonds 503 to 540 inclusive of 11 $1,000 each, on June 1, 1940. c Bond 541 of $500, on June 1, 1940. r Bonds 512 to 579 inclusive of 0 $1,000 each, on June 1, 1941. Bond 580 of $500, on June 1. 1041. c Bonds 581 to 622, inclusive of ? $1,000 each, on June 1, 1942. , s Bonds 623 to 655 inclusive of s $1,000 each, on June 1. 1943. It Is further ordered by the Court ? tbat in thehvent of said bonds being disposed of as aforesaid the proceeds shall be by the purchaser thereof . placed by him or by the President of' . the County Court in the hands ol' the;; Sncriff of this County, and it is Cur-!' ther ordered that tlio said Sheriff for)" 1'fiMvlnP atlfl HiRhni'dnt* unlil ' ' coeds shall receive no compensation!' or commission therefor and the Sher-j f iff shall deposit said proceeds in ' banks designated by this Court in the I manner prescrlbeu oy law, said banks to bo required, to give security therefor as provided by law. g The plan to meet tho accruing interest on said bonds and to pay them serially at maturity by said districtf it: i g It shall be tho duty of the County |jf Court of said Marion County to. and 0 the said Court shall each year, at the 0 annual levy for road purposes in said 0 Lincoln District provide, by district levy and taxation ns is provided by law in such cases made and provided for the inteerst on said bonds, to- Z gether with an additional fund as a sinking fund sufficient to be set apart and to be used to pay and retire said bonds serially as they respectively become due. It further appearing to tho Court and the Court being of the opinion that the maximum rate of levy In tho said Lincoln District which the Court Is authorized to lay as provided it may in Section 2, 3 and 4, as the case may be, of Chapter 9 of the Acts of the Legislature of West Virginia, Extra Session, 1908, will not produce mfficient funds to pay the Interest on such proposed bonded indebtedness of $660,000 herein provided for iald Lincoln District and to provide i sinking fund for the discharge of the principal thereof serially as naiH bonds respectively become due; and ? it turther appearing to the Court C ind the Court doth further And that ;he maximum levy necessary for any u . ear during the said Twenty-six (26) fears to pay the said Interest and to p jrqvlde for each serial payment to lischarge said proposed bond Issue _ if $650,000 for saw Lincoln District ^ s 35 cents on each $100.00 valuation ? )f taxable property of said Lincoln Oistrlct. I. The Court doth therefore hereby ;jg SPECIAL jSTOJTOiS llarion County and S iftrglnla, on Wednesday, 'the 7th day >t March, 1017, on the question of-J? luthorising the maaduraui special rand lovy of 36 cents on each $100.00 k aluation of the taxahlo property In 0 mid Lincoln District to pay the Inter st on, and provide a .-4nklng fund 'nr *" ? - r*v :hargo of said proposed bond Ittue ?j .erelnbefore provided; and-that'idlfljfi; rote shall be taken on the question i To repaid at the several TOtlhk'ljMMH n the said Magisterial DmmmW atncoln at said Special Election to be leld on Wednesday, the 7th day of March, 1917, which has been heretoiore herein directed to bo hold for 'he purpose of taking a vote on thu raid proposed bond issue of $650,000 or said Lincoln pistrlct, and th" 3ourt doth further order and direct -vi hat the sold election commlnehMjllM ind challengers herelnbaforo appoint d do tako the poll-and ascertain tlxesult of raid election on the question if authorizing a maximum special lond levy of 35 conts on oacli 100.00 valuation of taxable property if said Liacoln District to pay the nterest and provide a sinking fund u meet each aerial payment In th<> llschargc of said proposed bond it iue, and it is furthor orderc* mat iuit Jlcrk of this Court shall forthwith ireparc poll books, ballots, etc., as nay be necessary for the purpose ol uking and certifying said special ilcctlon on the question of authoring said maximum special bond jevj is aforesaid, to bo delivered by him o said commissioners of election. od said commissioners of eiectloi milling said special election at tin everal voting places in Bald Magtete lal District of Lincoln shall cause u >c taken and ascertained the rcsuli if said election on the question an horlzlng said maximum special bone evy In the several voting places fot vhlch they arc appointed, respective y, and the said vote and poll be tsk in at the said several voting place; in the said maximum special bom evy and the results ascertained ac lording to tho regulations concerning icm'rai elections ana elections unaci te provision of Chapter 9 Of the Act! if the Legislature of West Virginia ixtra Session, 1908; which vote shul io taken on a separate ballot or viiic' shall be printed: "Special Election to authorize ; nasi mum special bond lory of 3i icnts on each $100.00 valuation oi uxnblc property in Lincoln District o he increased or diminished bb th< asc may be sufficient to at ull times provide Tor the payment of interes ind principal of $650,000 of bonds iccording to the order of the Count? lourt. of Marlon County entered or lie 30th day of January, 1917." Directly underneath of which shal >e printed in two separate lines: ijj * FOR THE LEVY. AGAINST THE LEVY || It is further ordered that the saisi lallots may be voted and marked it he manner prescribed by law. ' But it is further ordered that the bounty Court in each year shall by listrict levy always provide autticlfni ipecial bond levy, but shall" not a I iny levy period provide a greater spc:iul bond levy than is noceseary to lay the interest on said bonds and tc - irovlde an ample sinking fund to pay iff the said Berlal bonds as they rcipoctively become due. . -i/v;| it is further provided that the voire of Lincoln District be listed and egiftered by this Court as provided or by Section 98-A-lll and Sectlor is-a-vii ot Chapter 28 of the Acta ol he Legislature of West Virginia, tegular Session, 1916. And it is further ordered that this lourt do sit the fifth day preceding he date of said special election foi he purpose of hearing any and all natters as to the registration of votrs and of doing any and all things, leccBsary and required by the laws f this state. . And it is further ordered by the lourt that in the event the said bond . lection 1b carried, that the plans and 3 peciticatlons and the contract for aid work be approved by the State wt toad Engineer, and that the work hall not be paid for in full until Inpccted by said State Road Engineer. It is further ordered that In the " vent said bond Issue shall carry that . he Advisory Committee in said pstilon mentioned shall be appointed by his Court to act as Advisory Comulttce to this Court in all matters elating to said road improvement. , ncluding the sale of said bonds, the ? mployinent of engineers, duerralnng kinds of roads to'be built and ' luterlnls to be used, letting of conracts. approval of work and material sod, etc. TATE OE WEST VIRGINIA,, Marion County Clerk's, Office. I, A. G. Martin. Clerk of the Conns' Court of Marlon County, West Vlr- !$ lnla, Hereby certify that the abojfre jtj s the true and correct copy of fcnlH rdcr entered by the County Court f said Marion ^County this 30th day Clerk of Marion County Court. X/'WW Virginia* 6rataN\ [ &heWegtfljrfliwimt J TUe West Virginian Is on tale ?? y evening at tho following places; NION NEWss CO, Street Car 8ta tlon and B. & O. Station. 'ATSON BUILDING news STAND. Main entrance Watson Building. 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