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The Fairmont West Virginian. (Fairmont, W. Va.) 1904-1914, November 30, 1904, Image 8

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I^dee^as^d ^
she- had been mar- ^ ^D(
3 taken to the Cir
Ifpr..Wasfciu&ton county on
tiie Orphans- Court, arid 5vma
fd to the Circuit Court of
irst issue?was Catherine antei
, at the time of the death ===
er Bowman, the lawful
Walter Bowman??the veriiiry
was "No." On the seewas
J-ettie E. Bowman, at
the death of G. Walter
e lawful wife of G. Waller
the verdict of the jury was s
verdict establishes the '?''
tie E. Bowman to the widin
the estate of the demakes
the child his heir- ^ ^
leedy, of Hagerstown, and
*e, of this city, were counplaintilf;
Little, Cook,
faggaman, of Hagerstown, f
! this city, for the defends
full of fine presents of
or vr,-c* ci I rr\-r
ulJ1L,w *-' -v
mm je
i-i .it e,
iiate Coti^ 'rdayL
James Simmc, indicted at the pres
Jnt term ot Circuit Court tor assault
mil battery committed upon Isaac
lost on Thanksgiving Day, confessed
;o the crime and was fined $10 and
josts by Judge Kendall.
In the case of Ellas Nixon vs.
Jharles Nixon et al. in chancery,
lotnmissioners were appointed to divide
the estate of the late Cornelius
3. .Nixon into six equal parts.
In the case of Patrick M. Hoge, asdgnee.
vs. J. H. Watson et al. in
ihancery, judgment was rendered in
avor of the plaintiff and one defend
lat against the first named -'defendant.
In the case of Laura L. Jackson vs.
.'has. O. Jackson, administrator, in
hancory, a special commissioner -was
pppinted to sell the estate of the late
liver Jackson.
In the case of Charles R. Snodgrass,
dministrator, vs. \V. R. Basnett, in
hancery, the defendant's answer to
lie plaintiff's bill was filed.
Real Estate Transfers.
Deed dated October 25, 1901; Ida JI.
Watson to the Fairmont Development
ompany, property on Gaston avenue,
'airmont; consideration, $50.
Deed dated February 5, 1903; the
airmont Investment Company to
ames F. Watldns, property in Moore
ddition to Fairmont; consideration,
1,106.48.
The Circuit Court.
After a recess since yesterday noon
le Circuit Court convened again
lis morning.
In the case of Jessie Blackshore
nith vs. the Fairmont Development
impany in assumpsit, the defendit's
demurrer ivas overruled.
The following appeal cases were
l'tifled to the Intermediate Court:
lider & Fox vs. A. H. Donnally;
id Crawford vs. the B. and O.; E.
. T.ucker vs. E. J. Knight; R. \V.
aw vs.. C. E. Hawker; W. Tcets
, -T. F. Conaway; T. H. Hawkins et
vs. Killarm Coal and Coke Co.:
:y of Fairmont vs. Harry Knapp;
nes Undertaking Co. vs. Fred
:11s; P. D. Brown, vs. City of Fairut;
I. C. Fluh'arty vs. Federal Coal
3 Coke Co.; 0. J. Fleming vs. C. E. ?
wker; State of West Virginia vs. :
E>avis Pinnell; A. A. Hayes vs. :]
J. Weisz; J. \V. Poling vs. Max G. i
Ifman, and Armcart, Riley & Co., ]
Ella C. Wilson & Co. * s
'he indictment against George I'. i
in was ordered nollied. t
c
Marriage License. c
oe Yanero, 29, and Asumta Vanero, j
c
Suit Entered. n
aisy Vietta Kendall has entered t<
in the Intermediate Court in g
ncery against James Arlington iv
dall. Attorney W. M. Hess repnts
the plaintiff. - j
t(
Team Drowned. a
ORGANTO WN, W. Va? Nov. 30.? j p
iitm aunui, it larrner jiving a lew tv
s lrom here, drove his team to a p
at I -ill! re] Point yesterday. A n,
;ltt train scared the team, and it cj
away, pluncinjt into the river,
i horses were drowned.
its of pretty pocket-hooks, ladies
gents, for Xmas gifts. w;
CLYDE S. HOLT, x M
tcember magazines at Larney
d's, ii 14 Main street. x A'
iitars and mandolins make nice
s presents. nl:
CLYDE S. HOLT. x
ery sack of Marion flour gxiar- at
ed. Try it. x
STEM!
SLTS.
Hundreds of them, and 1
style in the lot.
\INDKERCHIEF
An unexcelled stock, bi
t inrt i c l rt +.>io npippc ?-iis cf,
SW GLOVES.
The glove stock is com
and coloring is included
?CK\A/EAR.
Just the kinds which Pa:
U) be suited in this stoc
-WELRY.
^ Never before have tve li
stock of the little knickto
feminine taste.
C. STEMP
^ :^iSiii^rsday, . SI?
.
December First,
This Store Will Be
Q^en evenings.
WHO
HASN'T I
SEEN
THE TOYS ?
We know of a good many, young and "old, who
have seen them and were delighted.
We have trains that won't jump the tracks?no <
accidents. (
We have a new Loop-the-Loop that is perfectly
fascinating. There are lots of mechanical toys,
strong enough to last a whole year anil not expen- s
sive, either. 1
"Visit the Basement, bring the children with you C
?you'll all enjoy it and the children will tell exactly
what they want,-which will make your Christmas
buying easy: I
When you're through with the Toys and Dolls
turn your attention to the
CHINA AND CUT GLASS
?It, too, may Help you to solve the problem of
Christmas buying. You'll find the basement very
interesting.
THE LARGE STORE. J. M.
MURPHY HAS I .ires stacking to
CLOSED PLACE =
* -
AND PLACED HIMSELF IN THE
HANDS OF THE GREAT STATE ' ?
OF WEST VIRGINIA. WANT
l1'. M. Murphy got ahead of the authorities
by going before Justice You Knotv
Amos last evening and placing him- Several SI
self in the hands of the State. He One Cen
learned that a warrant had been is
sued against him Saturday charging FOR RENT?One
aim with running a place of gaming, modern improve:
md accompanied by his attorney, Har- nue. Consolidate
y Shaw, he gave himself up. The Billingsley.
varrant had been placed in the hands ppft RENT Tri
>f an officer to be served when the HlltchiT,snn.s 4,?
null room was open, Put ever since
t was issued the place has been FOR RENT?Six-:
losed. corner Morgantov
George Stein, the prosecuting xvit- morn! street.' Ga
less, has secured the services of .At- Terms twelve doll
orueys "IV. B. Comwell and A. O. -101
itanley. The case will be heard J^OST Between
londay afternoon at two o'clock. Barrackville, and
In the Circuit Court this morning First ward a donl
lurphy, through tl-.e prosecuting at- money an(i two i
orney, asked to have the indictment si(je pOCket Fin(
gainst Stein nollied. Murphy was the this office and rec
rosecuting witness against Stein who [ qcT Cctwccn r
as charged with tresspassing on his , ,
? . .. . . . dettes book store
roperty. Since this indictment is , ., .
... , " , , ,. , , hospital pm about
oliiort the whole matter may be do- ... _
. , dollar. On it an
ami off and nothing more done. Hospital Trainftl!;
NOTICE TO DAIRYMEN. VU PleaS?
office.
"We are making choice hominy feed, PO UND In the p
hich is unequaled for dairy purposes. coa(- donated to
iller-CIark Grain Co. x rummage sale, an
. ring. Owner can
"Why not let the Marion Claim ing Initials en gnu
tency collect that claim for you? x paying ior this not
? FOR SALE?Five"
Howard. the photographer, will w?u.d Fmh street
nko you good pictures cheap. x Ij0ya, Bennett>s b.
All Trimmed Hats reduced just 1-3 WANTED Glass l
the Bon Ton. x ers jn punch Tumi
Ask your grocer for Marion flour, x work. Apply at
? City, West Virg
Tumbler Company.
FOR SALE?Comp
Z? H ?? ' (ICS* tory, all applianc
t EL an established tra
" office.
WANTED?Lot or
ty; State location a
:he best of it is there isn't an old FairmontWANTED?A
wait
maid at the Merrl
?. FOR SALE?One ?
wheels; run one
at the chief claim upon your atten- grad(J and practi
now?and they are temptingly low. chea]) Inquire a
office.
FOR RENT?12 ro
plete. Every desirable new style known as the Morr
in the assortment. ward. C. E. Hutcl
FOR RENT?Furni
vails; Rhea Terrac
shion demands.?You cannot fail WANTED?Four gi
k. at $4 per week. S
FOR RENT?Basel
ing ?n Parks avent
ad such a varied and attractive Dollar Savings Ban!
knacks, which appeal,so strongly FDR RENT A f<
rooms in the new Pi
ing. Apply at the j
'LE & CO
^"/ ^ building, Monroe s
Geo..M.'Jacobs, Cou
B BIhile we're not advertising- those beautiful
HU /they 're the best value for the
jf J'weave, self striped arid sell figuaed;
lave too many white Waists, and an opportumtj^^^^ks|;
ine or two more. Mercerized fabrics, wash
BOYS' AND CHItDjRE;
A great variety and ample
>upply are here in Boys' and -- -Children's
Clothing. Good
erviceable school suits in , jtfjH
inappy mixtures, that look
veil and are not expensive,[uality
considered.
*"' - - . - .? ; . .. .
>OUBLE BREASTED and NORFOL
?Fancy mixtures and Blr
Genuine "Buster Browi
?Made by the best boys' clothes
Children's Overcoats, $
Boys' Overcoats, $3-30
?Plain and belted I
HARTLEY & SO]
my millinery and Dr. White Sails December 2
530 Walnut avenue. Pr- 1- C. White expects to sail.f
'linery almost at your Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for New 1
city, December 2; on the stea
LAURA FRAZBR. Brycn. The trip takes about tw<
============= days, and if the weather is good
| White will probably, spend Christ
I at-home.- There is a possibility .
COLUMN he will not sail on December 2.
J he does not he expects to cable w
S he will Ieavei: '^s|j|||P
: "What We Want?
tort "Ads." at .
t -Per Word. ag OQ elther jpg?3
! ten room house, alld ^Hardware Store.
rents. Locust a^jjj ^
^ ^ D. ^
'irst street and. Burr A ; -- . : ::; .- -: - -.. , ... -.
, a blue ana -white TssSOiir Watches which we sell-ar
the size of a half- , XvV' appointed unlessjrour watehe
s the words ?Cli{K; r . ifieJarscststockof-well.seled
School for Nurses." J ?ur prices are low a^j||iggpffi
leave same at this ? gQ BE SURE AND SEE X)
?? - ' .- ' ; '" ''' ? P. S. We want your repab
oclcet of a man's ^
the W. C. T. U. 1 ... :
old-fashioned cameo ^ ? I f r|
have same by giv- ^ Bill
eel inside ring and ^ Jat
K.,-1, f RELIABLE JEWE1
, No. 1003. Apply @ ^ - jlowers
and gather- @^ a ,??. ,/>.<ct>a ,?m a ,f^ ffl> .finflfrjif
iler factory. Steady
factor}- at Central =====================
;inia. Huntington mbb?mwwi?iiwifiMataH
ilete bottling fac- B y?n?^ mmwm0 __ , _ ~
es necessary, and fl ^ Jy I
de. Apply at this fl ^ JP J
improved proper- B BHUHBBBHBBBIBBBHBHHB
md price. Box 512, j
ress and chamber 9 H I H H
field Hotel. | B 9 SBB B KK
;o cart, automobile 1 M H 9 H B H
season; 24 dollar fl BO?| fl SSg f? H 13
eally new; very. fl ?
t "West '.Virginian fl ^ n mm.
-?..... ' I SI A
omea uricK nouse, j .1 n_n mguk
aw House in First I VV B
linson. B HI
shed rooms: Du- H
sntlemen boarders m fiMB B llfg
16 Locust avenue. If 'B.
nent room, front? H , , jgS H ?
re, under Citizens' B . B H H Hifl
^ ^ ^ ^
K JACKET SUITS $2 to $5.
Suits $3 to $8- Jg|
maker in America. ;:T-v',
13.50, 4, 5^ up to 7.50.
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
Postmaster Fined,
rom : INDIANAPOt-IS, JiicKfe
fork George L. Dickson,, postmaster at
mer Maine, Inil., charged with, opening
anty- lire letters* addressed
.pFr mother^ rwiicto had come
mas- session.; toy reason of liis officej?ffiM??gj38
ttofiii jflned: $200 and costs Tuesday .by5pB;e<i^^^^
' If eral Judge Anderson.
IH feSeynfant -daughterJS^Kaaii^^^^^^^p
p||? fonfjoi ^Morgan street,- die'd:on:
night. The remains were buried
iit the Brown cemetery oa Wick-wire
? jlhis raftemoon. at one o'clock. '?||?||j|
St Magnolia flottr for pastry purposes, x . ',
DESCRIPTIONS. I
e our salesmen. You will be dis- ^
s come from our store. We carry; ' rij
:ed "Watches in this city. Of course ^
10 pieces are on time. \. - . ,r.
UR STOCK BEFORE, BUYING. Jg
mnm, 1
:ER AND OPTICIAN. . - ^X?$8||
MAIN STREET. ?
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