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! AdV.rti.er, Llk? Our Creation. | ^ ' . - ' , ^ ^ . M0XP4Y JUT Y^ 1907 ' NUMDER O'i.
, xaayuo v * ; vvm \h^a city. NW tfoft 'people ^H^?^9gite.-J,6acr. It is-npLbe in lost .-about ^b"0,8b0.:^_. SB?*?. T> W,' Fleming, president'-of the 'SpQmbany, was deed this morning and, ^0'; Stated-that the contract hall-been' j"%, JC,; Blodget .and Company, of Wheeling and- that .the contract provides that, work on'the line shall' be' pg^latiW^y'November '1st.; JEh^ road jSfflhdnfersect the: Bhilrmfln^tgtotj: ^t^%cUbn'Cdnipany-'kVd^j-'^W *3 l^f^opl^lh be^rt^a^lto|t -vat in hft-Stemiiv S^cei$l|Bis?-3" ,b* i to- ob?ittiJJ?]p,'Slir6WBl)ury B. Mtllejr Is the ciuet;^ffe'neer of the company, S A member, of the contractlag - firtJi VwaS In this > city .this. aftermxmajid .^oia Mr. T. w: Fleming, preilfet-of ; the trolley' .company, that his company was unloading maierlal at Farmlngton They, piesji. hiisiness from the word , ; : . t:*.Tlie-.*cSmpietIon of tills line will .^miiiate busiiiBBs in a remarkable, mapper In this city and community and vfhe- announcement of resumption 'pf'work on the line is hailed with delight by All/C> W. Davisson ? , RESIGNS AS CIRCULATION MANAGER OF WEST VIRGIN IAN 'TO ?*: TAKE NEW POSITION. Mr. Clarence W. Davisson, who has 'been circulation manage! for the West' Vlffilnlaif fb'r nearly three years, has rjeslgnpd to'accept a position in the' 'Fairmont Coal Company offices In this city. Mr. Davlsson is a faithful and ' efficient. young man and-the West Vir;\ginlaii is-sorry to lose him. However. . the West Virginian would not attempt 'jig stand in the way of promotion or '.advancement of any of its employes did when the offer came to Mr. Da'vlssoB for the position named his resigna tion was accepted. Since Mr. Davlsson has had charge of the circulation of the West Virginian it has more than doubled and very tew complaints have reached the office in regard to delivery of papers by the boys who were under Mr. Davisson's supervision. The West Virginian wishes Mr. Davlsson success In his new work. Mr. Earl Knight has accepter] the position resigned by Mr. Davisson. TOOK 75 STITCHES TO SEW UP WOUNDS. DAVIS, W. Va., July 1.?In a fight here yesterday, (ieorge Sine cut Walter Spltzer six limes with .a knife and 75 stitches were required to sew up the wounds. Spitzer fainted from the loss of blood and friends carried him to the hospital. Sine was released on SI,000 bond. CONFESSED AND WASLYNCHED WHITE MAN PAID PENALTY OF ASSAULT UPON HIS OWN STEP-DAUGHTER. CHATTANNOOOA. Tebll., July 1.? Confessing to the brutal crime of assault upon his seven year old stepdaughter, Doc Possey, white, aged So, was hanged to the Western and Atlantic bridge at Daltoti. Ga., at one-thirty this morning. The crime was committed Saturday afternoon. He titeu took Iter to a physician and she died early this morning in great agony.-Twentylive of the best citizens of Dallon went to the |ail, secured Possey, lynched Jtfm and then dlsperseJ. ports-^hiob 'It i$ asiertj&.^'d^^the elabortite systems of'^tp^aTWIgtii ei' to pf tie mine,owners'-is'cripple the ;ted'erat}ija'a, wprJ^i andiftllsc^ait 'the Organization by <enc^ftgipijrarai Of- yioi^pce. these r.epOrt% ajja^Sijl ttih bahfts of the tecfton-'froa. the, 'jih^moh'fo'tc^MB Morris ^e&^' fpnnei-sl^oijfi^^t ofthe jPlnk^rton" tpftlmony vis .cqnclnfriteir .SiUp'rdjgjfflp Is 'probable that day. Xk-'an offlfl&r''and 'mfoert^iedetatjon, ' Key wllpi ie'sjtjf|j tlitt.;i^oh|l^nB..^!^apg r6>gariizatl<S| H^ooajs T ?7- / ' EXCURSION TO THE LEROY TOOK A FAIR SIZED 1S CROWD DOWN THE RIVER ' YESTERDAY. The steamer Leroy carried -A goodly number 'of ,our .'people, ojf'^an/excip sion, t?'Mpr^iitown yestertfiy. ' ' 'Owing to tlia threatening conditio^, of the weather the crowd smaller than was a very quiet, 'gbftteel: and''orderly, ?row(l that went. :T "' Dinner was served on the boat and tfce.managemeht of the 'boac.wta oomjjM'qaented On the oourt^bn?ttreatm?yt received; as well as upon tie flne^dftiner served. v The Watson Miners' Band; of nineteen piece?, tnccoApapled -the' excursion and' from time ta;tlm? rendered musical "selections ;o<".considerable merit. On reaching Morgantown tbe'escpr.sldnlsts were given * one. hguif- toj look around the village knd, -the crowd dispersed In all directions, some to call on friends, some to, "loop the loop," while still others" wandered through the town wondering If It ever coujd be made such a city as Fairmont. At 1:45 the boat left'tor the . re.tjjjntrip, and all the people admired tne most beautiful scenery afforded by any navigable river la the State. i iic sLcauici auttcu; ai iue nunu at but a few minutes after 6 p. m? in ample time for supper. M0REJ00M IS BEING PREPARED FOR THE INCREASING BUSINES OF E. C. STEMPLE & CO. E. C. Stemple Is clearing out t'ne basement under his store room aud is going to fit up for an-additional room. The basement Is the same size of the present room and will give hltn a great amount of space. The workmen are busy tearing out the old par titions and floors. The walls will bo finished-in cement and a floor w|ll be put In of the same material. The basement will likely be. used for the domestic department of the store. Bad Beginning MINER GETS LEG BROKEN FIRST DAY AT NEW JOB. John Zebvosky, a Sla.vlsltman, had his lAg broken by a fall of slate. at Monongah No. S mine this morning and was brought to the Miners' Hospital on the trolley line. Zebrosky came from Pennsylvania and this, was his- first ,day in the mines at Monongab. i . ; : 1 n Ilia Sill ^- ^M statlonl/at a salary! ofj}900 per annum 8na;Cha'rles:.'J.. Shaver has/)j^fitoa| missioned . regular subslftfite .Ojuii tier.for this r&ute.vpavid.jM. Harmon,' former carrier on one of ths..foutes: that started' at JtonOngah.lius heed reappointed and-Hyljl serve'the patwjtis" pm-route No. 8 at Monongah station.! It d-;salary- of->864 .per annunti 5W1K. 11am , R-Johnspn has'.bee'n .CpmplsslSned at regular.1 substitute, carrier for thjs:rOU't^:' 'i ;'^v* .; ' V *0$#., ; ,Poa,tmaster;^,:itowaftt^lemltus^iu)ii H: Brand went to Watson and; MonongaH yesterday and reoetpted. Imwfctte' supplies and the public property-Id ' the custody of the. olerka.at those stations. F&rmer Postmaster Z. M.' Reese, of Watson, and: Lloyd StilKuhn, of Monongah, haye b^ppijtritsjr clerks of the above name<C Stations at; a regular salary and granted-an atlowanye per annum fiir rant light and ' fuel. ' Thelr lcom^ensatlon, t wlil,"-n<ji longer be -rated ,pn .tliei;'.number7 of; stamps cancelled .-'at tljpse/.statlonii'. They w|ll receive theirpay Xrom. the local office. ; \ - ' , ( Some, of the resident^' of Monbngab <V ? I I fl .two tion#i two .nuiibdted REPORTER fAIRfilONT' COAL CO. 1 WA FAIRMONT'TP ELlff I *Bwffi3aHHWW?PlTO v itonrin^iu tat?;' Z. M. R wgo, oififk I; Jei:-c.I!. tt?. cleft ^..SUlioc Mr.. "??>''V- V' V^v'v*'' "C'''''7 '''' TEACHERS WERE innii ?nur UIUHL Will Mr. Rockefeller Helps the Poor 6EN0S NURSES AT HIS EXPENSE AMONG THE WRECKED IN 1 ' ' tr ' " s - f where jonje 20,00^ non-union.., |u|e h lioni^.o r!i?- mfu the'ri*. with .Httficega.; ; v - .iMWi Old Teacher, Thit Have Re.;flned.?|| Ella dp| Daisy Pilchard, Emma 1 Parte, Florence Jacteou; Ora McCosKey, JeabnetteLalie, an.l Blanche Cotsity'summer school. Both art- on the ! urogram rao ol the e(it|C9tlftin*l' <*?>afer(wr.-ity Tl\c Board of SdueatjOr. has roied to stend tl rir "i'-.T.oiJr.ry '".-nhool of the cfrr ro uin?V* month:?, 1 which is thi- stand ird length of '"orr^r iother clfftT of this gate. , ; "3 ''" ' " Oc account of the iiKwajse tjf t;.> !em- ::.tary''term and iWyse of t.ii* it::.in itiitf '.v.-?.- b?Jficc mr.tie for k: ih i r a nrre ft$f j8 ikfthiJftg,' It"-tufA*!::?: to .dw-4- / X rh e h^nool^cjf; HisV J. Hwaii/fcfe;