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^ -Special Inducements and ?
Spiwoialtfrices. Apply T PlW* v'GfflO/M'JACOBS, K tjft County Cierk's Office, f I llpct'' % WANTED. AddresTTn own^Sld writing ."8," .care West Tlrg 'j. WAJi'i'KLi?Two or three men at oace. 1 GoodpoSition^can make good money: res-'' salary and commission; steady work 5 if Ton are a bustler yon eaa make / $25.00 per week. Call at ooee. Metropolitan Idle -Insarance office, room 10, Hirst National iBank, or writeto jpp.Sl?A <Address Co. at city. 19 21 AD. MAN .WANTED, gjj- ? At.once, permanent employment lor sober,'.steady man; ..AM round printer K;1?,''.preferred. Address West Virginian, Fairmont.,W.'.Va. 6 WANTED ? Laborers, good waJes. ; ' .steady employment. Apply Belt iLine, Fairmont Mining MaBliin.'ry Co. WAStm??Four men at Belt 3toe. AppiyiEalrinont Mining .MaShineiyCo. jgij*;".-: WANTED?lO.boys at once; good v? wages; steady wort Apply Ctimber, v land Class Works. gt: WANTED?Two or Utseeainfurnishefl jpgi" Vrotmipinrillght baBselseasiqg. Address okv ,'H. eare -vet West Virginian. I .?* " WANTED?At once, a .niirro. At,ply .Mrs. H. a^.HutoWoaua. i?S0 Fairmont If -WANTED-^ White cook, strictly sober, with experience in restaurant. Ad - drees T*' eare the West Virginian1 ifflcw st Wanted?-At once: position -as nurao J 'lor ejUHren. Can -give relerence H required. Address *F," eare ?f West Virginian office. tf LOST. ~ T.OST?B*rtd 'box with hat and othe goods, between Fairmont an-i Poor | Hottse. Return to Naney Arnet'. llerchant-street LOST?A fox terrier dog, white, with . "thrfee black spots, black and tan head. ;* ;Flnder return to Frank Eiiason and re -.eelve reward. tf FOUND. Tuesday, opposite Jla- i arietta hotel, a hand bag. Inquire at .Frank Lloyd's wall joper store. it FOUND?A bunch of keys An Piny run last Sunday. Apply this ottce and pay for this ad. mm FOR RENT. & FOR RENT?Three tooiv house, .111 S" ' ftnffar street Wirst Ward. FOR RENT?Furnished room. All f r 'modern conveniences. Rale reasonsI?: ,:, We. Apply at SOO Locust avenue. Conjp:i, eolldated phone, "it-R. ?'... FOR RENT?6 roomed honae, First & [ yard, water and gas. central. Appiy 5J. this office. g?; FOR REBT?Furnished rooms ftps' ply 91 South Bide, Second street. fc'.. ' FOR RENT?Two desirable store : - mass oo Jackson street For futk ft * information eaH at mom 212 Ja cobs' building. jg ' FOB RENT?One aeren-room house. Two Jour room cottages, two Ilia. All Ei.. amdsrn eonveaieooes. Good locations HI BL Shale, People's Bank Building, n FOB RENT?A (ew choice office rooms i?v'. It tie nyw People's Bank bolldlag. at the People's Bank. Hp FOR aA*-EFOR BAL^8completT^ut(iroT^OU?? , 'hold (bods at private sale. Inquire v of Mrs. E. W. Phillips, 800 Gaston C* FOR 8ALE!?Good property at 524 Gags'. ton avenue; inquire Mrs. J. A. Leon1 ard. 612 Merchant street. tf if;'' FOR SALE!?Beautiful ferns and choice begohlas. Call at 611 Locust i avenue. . tf hL. FOR SALE?Fine building lot on p . Glenn street, Fifth ward. Size 50x120. S? Will pell oh easy payments. 3. H. P1TZER, I tf Mannlngton, W. Vs. FOR SALE OR RENT?A comfortable K; brick house wtth all modern Improvejfc meats,, two acre* of tend, fine fruit and good shades. Apply o? premises, OK SALE-?3 Acre tract of land, Winteld district on county toad about 4; dies from M^ponC ' BmaJI boose' rlth good garden. Quarry of flue ib tiding atone on tend. Coal righU iot: reserved. Price |?6? Jn easy paycents. Good discount for Cash. 'ArtIress R V. care thli office. t?. OR SALE?Pits room boose ol: Ugh street Enquire at IterHfleld lottL Flrat srard.1 24-7; West Virginians In a Big Deal1 col. winmdrsfr, and b. m. ??aa(f?i oct t?m tdgrrt. MILES orHAI13XJADTOR ' DEVELOPMENT. PAHKERSBTURG. Oct. 20.?A trans' action has lost been done J by which Ward and Hutton acquire a tract, of 35,000 acres of i the finest timber lands In thfe country, > which radded to tlicir boundary' of about forty thousand acres acquired soase time ago in various deals gives ttam and their associaterin the deals tfar the largest, acreage of spruce timber. In this section of the country, says the Asnville (N. L'.) Citizen. By the same transaction the eastern hand elf Cherokee Indians realize at least three .hundred per cent. an aa investment with in ten years, for tbonglh they see from the original purchase a boundary for an amount which is nearly four times the cost of the entire Tract, but tbey retain, a large number of.acres which promises to steadtly Increase in value. .' . , Less than ten years-ago these Indl ans, whose headquarters age at Cherokee. Swain county, through their council, added to their already very large holdings Of land on the -waters of the 'Oconalufy river, so ml fortv thousand acres of timber lands for which they paTd' 2G8,O0fl,OOO or about fl.VU per acre. From the upper or most remote portions of these lands, they hnve jn?t sold Ihfrty-'flve thousand acres for two hundred and forty-five thousand doltars, malting a profit wfthin-ten years Of $177,000, or more than two hundred and fifty per cent. j The development of this tract by the purchasers will Tequire the construe I tlon of some twenty miles of standard guage railroad to reach It and an aggregate of about forty miles for Its opjeratlon, ever'fffteetl -miles or which [-will necessarily rttn through aud develop more than Bfteen miles iff the timber lands still held by the Indians. "fills vurCjjase Is made in the name of Ward and Hutton for th^m selves ;and others under the active management of their associates. .John C. A r Jbogast, Laibe Charles. La.: B. M. Yen ! ger. Marllwgton. West Virginia, and A H. Winchester, Bucfthannon, V/es [Virginia. and was just confirmed a' the, regular annual-council meeting of jthls hand of Cbtrokees through tln.lr, | chief and head -men aud the govern ment agent. We Wit .8. Harris. This, together with other purchases recenily made, throws the , largest j amount of standing spruce in one solid body under one control anywhere Ju r-t" AiHrnn the United aiaie=, v. .. ducks. Everything at cost at Burdette's. tf LOVE CAUSES MURDER. And Attempted Suicide by a Mexican In Texas. PORT WORTH, Texas, Oct.. 20. ?' I.ore for a white girl caused Albertosj Agos, a Mexican employed in a hoI tel at Build, to murder Mies Ennui: Biakelj:, then attempt suicide. Baird I is terribly excited and may hasten to I end A got by lynching him. ' Letter topylng press at Eurdette's. Burton to Jail. Abilene, Kan., Oct 20. ? Joseph .Ralph Burton, former I nlte 1 States Senator from Kansas, will byghi serv-: 1 log Ms six mo?the' sentence In the county Jail at Ironton Mo., on "Ion daj text. ' - _ . Letter copying press at Enrdcthfs. I Pnlf^r I SMRl JattSM St ====^==== U-now. open (or the public. Morning Session 9 to 12. Admluloit, 10 *nd 15c.. Afternoon Seuion 2 to 5. Admission, 10 and 15c. Evening 8euion 7 to 10:30. Admleslon, 10 and 25c. Private Cloak Room, 5c. 8peclal crrangementi given to private parties wishing to rent the rink. See me for dates J. SANDS JACKSON Mgr. Net Casino. Con. Monroe St., Opposite 9 ' '* ? . ' ' Now Ready for y , Don't Fail to see D Afternoon and W "Mums," Roses and Grown at the House," 7th S oust Aye ? . BOTH 'PH FUMING, T - in nnrcD Dill DC CAD * ?, * rLUNLR DULDJ 1 Ul\ * w ? WINTER BLOOMING * ? <* fc tt * Now Ready At ? B' J Hall's Flower Store J * S Main St. jj w % ? ni iririrririrrirtrir?r,frr r>( ' ir I SOCIETY | j - t c LL -??.? I v / ? *>, EARLY MORNING MARRIAGE. u> Papular Young People Surprise TheiT O Multitude of Friends. ?'1 : This morning at seven o'clock at "I the home of Mayor anil Mrs. TV. E. i1 Arnett, on nice street, tne marriage -' of tbelr daughter, Hiss Jeanette Ar- ><1 nett, and Mr. Samne'l Lceper was solemnized. Rev.'C. TJI Smith, pastor of tho Jiethodiet Episcopal church, performed the lnarria go ceremony In the Jet presence of the immediate family. The bride was attired in a becoming coat suit cf lamdon Smoke with hat and gloves to match. Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. keeper were driven1 to the station and left on the seven-forty train fur u wedding on Journey for parts unknown. The announcement of the marrlac" of Miss Arnett and Air. keeper wil! occasion much Fiirpris'e among their f friends. AVhtle ft was known that the marriage would: take place some time i; thiB month their friends had placed the date about two weeks inter. M Miss Arnett, now Airs. Leeper. U A; the yoimgest daughter of Mayor and jj Airs. W. "Ji Arnett ani! has resided pit m Fairmont since childhood. She is a 31 charming and accomplished young Fi lady and has a host of friends here who re will be greatly Interested In her marriage. Air. keeper's home Is near AIonongah, but for the past ten years he hna been employed with the Fairmont \-| Coal Company In this city. He is n \y prominent Elk and Is very popular is murine his many friends. The West ar Virginian, on behalf of the friends of|m this popular couple, extends Congrats- g( laticos and beet wishes for a happy ^ wedded life. co Mr. and Mrs. Leeper will on their return go to house keeping In the Araetl home on Pike street, wWle Mayor Arnett and wife *111 take rooms with ' Mrs. N. S. Barnes oo Main street. Mr. ' and Mrs. Ira Smith will reside with Mr. and Mrs. Leeper. PC In Honor of Miai Fahay. Complimentary to her guest, Miss 1 Beatrice Fahay, of Western port. Md? Miss Besse ODmartln entertained a 9? number of her friends last evening at El her home om Walnut avenue. Gamei w< and music were the diversions of the ev'nlnv and tempting ref'esl men's were served. The guests were Misses Alary. Adele and Anna Jfitrihv, Anna and Adda Foril. Ella and Margaret Kennedy, Grace McDonnell. Ella Barry and Ada Kinney, the loiter of Piedmont; Messrs. John Mulvchlll, James Reitxj' Will Ford, D. P. and Will Keit- , aedy, J. T. Brennen, Charles Wise, Charles and John Barry, Paley Kin ney and Lawrence Ilorun. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark Evans entertained a number of friends last evening at their home on Gaston avenuo In honor of their house turns', MIsj Jfell Charlton, of Mannington. The evening was spent at various social diversions and dainty refreshments Were served. The guests were. Misses . Florence Clayton, Grace Dunham, Messrs. Minor Dunham, Clarence Da BBBDBBH - Business. ( Ta tin R vt thi .* | P? ilsplsy Saturday 1? ca: I Evening. ^ vl b 1 . li tlx ' "i : . loi Carnations All ne "Big Green an t. and Lo- Pr pp inut. by pp be | I 1% ' co Oil . ' wl ONES. b-. 4 rtd J th ne Monsi, i _ au w 1 Caught In a Shower. Miss Blanche Koen was 'Caught in a gt irprise shower last night, lit was a tchen shower and a heavy one at as int. It poureil down an assortment pu kitchen ntenslls that will sunply 1>a ie needs of the future Mrs. Fred tic eatty for a long time to'come.?Man- hi: ngtcm Record. tit Miss Elizabeth Watsfen, of this city, pa III be a brlde"s maid at the wedding p0 ' Miss Koen and Mr. Beatty which cs ill be solemnized on next Wednesday no ght. A large number of Fairmont mi iople will "be In attendance at the er adding. pr Good Time Club Meeting. on The Jirst meeting of the Good Time hib for the fall se: sen was herd yes fo rday afternoon at the home of Mrs. ra . W. Sterling in the First ward. The U? tests were delightfully enfertalned ''I1 id a tempting luncheon was served. mi fllaers for the coming year were ficteil as fdllows: President, Sirs. i? . A. JdllifTe: secretary, Mrs. Qeorir.- m mos. The next meet In? will be a*, co e home of Mrs. Jennie McCleary, o-i it aln street. , th 1 "" Early Morning Wedding. tjl The following announcements were 11 sued to friends to-day: co Air. and Mrs. William Elza Arnett P' announce the marriage of their m daughter ilf Jeannette Emeline ' ! to Air. Samuel Lcepcr ^ 1 Saturday October the twentieth, tr nineteen hundred atyl six falrmont, West Virginia. ''' '> i. olertalned at Six O'clock Dinner. '3 Air. and Alls. J. D. Radford, of Haynod street, entertained at six o'clock iffirr yesterday evening in honor of r. A. S. Radford, of Pittsburg, Airs. ' nloj-a White, of Solt Lake City, I'tah, ' rs, J. L. Wiley, of Louglas. Ariz., iss Lulu Reese, of Pnna, 111., and | iss Miigda L. Wiley, of Fairmont. air Stati.;: ontl one territory were '' presented at the gathering. on Are In Morgantnwn. . Irs. H. li. Sioct'cf, Mrs. Amelia fQt uirlervt rt, Airs. Wltor Karnes, Mrs. '. S. Mayers, Aliases Efillh Pickett, ,' abelle Ciffln and Flossie Fleming ? e In Morgintown attending the u eetlng of the Woman's fiynodlcal iclety of the Presbyterian church. 'J large reception will beiheld/o-nigh; mpHmentary to the Tlsltors. as 'Married Last Eseotng. Oeorge W. Lilley and Miss Bessie cic Morris, both of this city, were anil- an in marriage last evening at the sti E. parsonage. Rev. 0. D. Emtth rformed the marriage ceremony,. >w WarJd Prnfdent of W. C. T. U. BOSTON, Maaa., Oct. 20. ? The luntesa at Carlisle, presides! of the f'< lgllsh branch, was today elected 1 >rld's president of the W. C. T. U. AttyeCband-Mondfy Nlghb 1. DILLON MAKES SCGGESTIONS AS TO AN IMPORTANT ? MATTER. Oi ' ' t< CHARLESTON. Oct. 20,-So far as ? x Commissioner Dillon Is concerned M >re Is no hesitancy in specifying int amendments should be made to > tax laws. An opposition newspar called attention to the (act that ite a number of prominent Republins admit the necessity of revision, t that they (ail to state definitely tat changes should be made. For this reason Mr. Dillon took ne to set out his views'in the fob ring statement: The main features of the taw ed no amendment In detail there s many small amendments that may Dve beneficial. The method now f ovided for hearing appeals taken railroads, pipe lines, etc., owning operty In different counties should amended so the hearing might be d before some central body or a u'rt, thus allowing one hearing to ipose of the whole complaint iereas at the present hearings, must bad in each county in which the mpany may own property. "This amendment would be one to e old law as there was no change that by. the recent legislation on a tax question. "The law should also be amended thorlzlng the assessor hi counties ere they hare a road capitation tax collectt he same along with the ate capitation. "The sending out of blanks l?y the sessors by mail seems to be of no rttcnlar force Inasmuch as the tax- J yer usually wants some explanain from the assessor before he makes ; list, and since it is almost imperae that the assessor see each tax- c yer in person there Is very little \ Int In sending the lists out by mall, peclaily when the assessor would |. t know the postoffice address of f, ire than 50 per cent, of the taxpay- t: 5. C "An amendment should be made b oviding that all levying bodies meet d the same day and make up lists fl the things necessary to be levied r and the amounts necessary to lie o sed and that this statcmont be pule 3 hed In at least two newspapers of I e county at least three weeks, or a are, before the levy is made. s "An amendment should he made j' oviilinf: that no Interest should be " id on county or district orders, that ^ nnty cjjnrts shonl be probih'ted b/ 1 rlct ]jtw from issuing mdcis beyond ' e amount provided by the levy, s "The law should be amended an- ' orizing the State alul county to np- ' y by petition to the couniy o nirt to r rrect an assessment by the personal a operty, assoKsor when such assess c rnt is too low in the same manner c is now given ar.y individual whe I ' s property Is assessed loo high. In a her words the State and county ' oulil have the same rigjit to pause c l erroneous assessment to be cor- ' eted that is given to an individual. I to old law never gave this right tj I c State and counties, lull it is onlv c ir that it should do so. S "These, while Important amend- ! eats, are mere matters of details, I L-l do not a fleet the basic principles r the tix law. The most of theid c e defects that existed in the old law c .-J -were carried Into ti e new. t "Mr. W. E. Chilton took the posillon i Hs discussion at Clay that the eflfsci tltese laws was to retard develop ant and drive money and capital 0 I of the State. In reply to that he c is told that there is as much rail- 1 ad boll ding in -this State as ever be- * re in its history, that wages are as 1 eh or higher than ever before, that " reign capital could now hnvp lie as 1 ranee that the maxlmnm tax levy f >nU be on an average not more than r cents on the hundred dollars' vain- 3 Inns, which is lees,. perhaps, than 1 y other Srtae te the union: that * e bank deposits in West Virginia, 11 shown by the reports from all ' nks for nine tnoaths of the year. ' islng with September 4th, showed 1 increase at |10,4MH)|000, which P tleuient shows the fallowing: >< Bank deposits. 1902?$J3,000,00?. ' Bank deposits. 1903?<C2jto0.000. Bank deposits, 1904?gOtOOO.OOfl. s Bank '.deposits. 1906-?3Sv000.100. I Bank deposits, 3 months ?tf 1900. V MOO.-OOO. II Coal lands are higher than ewer be- t! e and greater in demand. P f. Special Book and Bible sale warn nl a rdetle'g. if d s======^= a 1? Mrs. Cora Cordray, * MILLINER, b 327 Barney Street. * We make a specialty oi trimming di G iy hand the hata we place upon he market They will outwear the dl B actsry trimmed stocka. Try our Ine If you want aatlefaetlen In the ei B mar of your hat Our prtcea are F cry reasonable. B the seme as far as flwjww'. se .for yonrsttt.. llod for ivrti dfl!(vsri4t , always a customer. & I i ' ' it i?n't right. That's what I aald to a < a hia new ?utt of clothes. But It was Rli i think that ho had always been paying charted him. Every thing Identically etter as a matter of fact. Come and a ay. Get the Habit of sending us your i Repaired. Guaranteed satisfaction. Ca Give us a trial. Once a customer, ORDER OF PUBLICATION. 30 pa ohn C. DamaH vs. Duncan Sinclair, Harry C. Trexler. A. F. Geratell and so Arnold Sinclair.?In chancery. ini Pending In the Circuit Court of the sa ounty of Marlon, and State of West C. lrginla. Si The object of the above entitled suit i to obtain a decree against the de- ha ondant Duncan Sinclair in favor of de be said John C. Darnall for the spe g< 0 ? nf nn n?nantrinni an. lib pcnuiiuauve vii. cku nbiv,viuvu? ?? ^ ered Into between them on the 19th pr ay ot February. 190G, m the words and th gures as follows, towlt: sl, "This agreement made this 19th day t|, f February, 1906, between Duncan lo Sinclair of the first part hnd J. C. 9a larnall of the second part. Where- pr s, Howard Southerland, George Adam- se on, James Sites and M. J. Quinn,?on be he 31st day of January, 1906, executed w| n option giving the right to said J. er Darnali and his assigns to purchase r], he timber on certain lands in Pendle- or on county, West Virginia, for the ar urn of $36,000.00 at any time withing 8|. hlrly days from the date ot said op- at ion. And, whereas, said J. C. Dar- or mil lias and by these presents doth t[| ssign said option to said Duncan Sin- as lair upon the following terms and [)( on.litlons. Therefore this agreement m titncsseth: That it said Sinclair hall sell said timber and any add!- bl lonal limber which may bo procured so ir optioned by said Darnali sufficient fo o mak'o fifty million feet in all, said m larnall shall receive $2,000 cash on , lis services in procuring said options lh mt of the mouoy so received by said ^ iinclair from the sale thereof, and tl] n addition thereto shall when all the m mrcbaso money is paid ou said fifty OJ nilllon feet, he entitled to ouefourtll Q[ if all the net profits of every kind and ^ haracler arising from said sale or ^ ransactlon. 0, DUNCAN SINCLAIR, . J. C. DARNALL." . ' And also for a specific performance a if a separate verbal agreement enter- _ d into between said putties after said y rrittcn agreement was made by which t Was agreed that the said J. C. Dapmil should bare one dollar per thouaid foet to purchase said additional g( imber to make up the fifty million jr eet referred to in said written agreenent, and if he purchased the same t less than one dollar per thousand 's eet he should have the benefit of the ifferenee, but that If the timber cost ar oore than one dollsr per thousand "> eet, the plaintiff was to be charged te rlth the excess in the final Bettle nr oent-ali of said additional timber de urchased by the plaintiff having cost ot ess than one dollar per thousand u set ? The bill of complain states that the ul aid timber property Is situated in 00 Inion district In Pendleton county. [ "oof Vliuvlnto onr) rflfaro /nr a new 6T ? V.OW I.IQIU.H, ?uu ???V.M ?> ? |K? Icular description thereof (Including pr lie additional timber procured by the Hl lalntlJ to make up the fifty million 8,1 jet) to the following deeds recorded ' mons the land records of said Pen- 88 leton county, to-wlt: Duncan Sinclair nd wife to Harry C. Trexler and A. or erstell deed dated 14th day of March, Pr 900, recorded In Deed Book 44, page ' 59. tut Chnrles A. Hedrlck and wife deed ated April 3d, 1900, recorded in Deed Pn ook 44, page 233. 601 8cott Miller and wife deed dated prll 3d. 1906, recorded In Deed Book 1. pise 209. Ge Luther W. Huffman and wife deed ra ated April 3d, 190G, recorded In Deed Uti ook 11, page 371. W Solomon Huffman and wife, deed Uc ated April 3d. 1900, recorded In Deed 881 ook 11, page 273. ' Jacob Klsamore and wife, deed dat- P? 1 April 3d, 1906, recorded In Deed 181 ook 11, pake 376. < E. L Judy and others deed dated ^ ebruary 20th, 1906, recorded in Deed femlants "Harry C."Tre*ler?8i8^B one-fourth of the tween the plalntifC and ilch settlement the ooeUt^M^^H t prices, and the costs of snmtfilK;; pt 13,725.00 ajv?w?t id credited on tbe Jtcob KHue'* -. to procure a decree id a division of tie proceeds naSS e owners thereoT; and list Om it* clared and entatsd u A 'JUe >er i account majr be Id Duncan 8lnclaln e Bald Duncan Sinclair (saS^SSjBHj defendants may dtabeear 9am nS dperty Is owned or MU br*S@ srry C. Trexler and A. F. Gerald! due from them er either at Op^gflH Id Sinclair has recdtoet ta dhmae The bill' also prays that a u to restrain the sale at tke ?tBl iiaemn at this hum, vl u "lu"g| it they do appear here, artOdba?M'H nth after the dateef tS^lfcapfiglM atlon hereof and Jo artntt la aeeeay to proteet (Mtf Ind that tola**** of paUke p b 1 bed and pe?ed aoartins Hren trader my hand l?Ia the IT* r of September, ltod *i R.. B. FA&Bialfl, * j READ % BaW