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Raleigh Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Beckley, West Virginia U i lit THE RALE ERALD VOLUME 15 WEST VIRGINIA JW4 NUMBER 26 JNTERESTINO Hon Henry Gilmer Writes of the Kan J and River Turnpike The State Road Bureau has made public the following letter Gilmer of UIPTfiDV escape from the Indians and Hid I UK I leveled back through the woods clear to Jacksois nver some three miles east of Covington a distance of about sixty miles This old turnpike is on a natural in MWflRlfATTS NOW Becklevs New Cit Council UthereJ Into Office New Years Day EXPuioN RECOMMENDED Committee Makes Report Relative to Bribery Charges fiom Ron Greenbrier Henry county conceinmg location on the same general and the bui the white the white the old James River and Kan awha turnpike which forms to this day one of the mam thorough southern traversing of the state A D Williams Morgantown W Va ir f aloes traveled bet ore men came and after men came he followed tiysaoute because the physical features ot the country are such that it is and was the best location for travel from west to east The Blue Sulphur and other medicinal springs lie only a few miles from this road During the Mr Frank Lemon while Mr Hal Scott was awarded the booby Another interesting enteitainer Public was the fortune teiei who was snugly couched in a wigwam of red crepe paper and where of the eager weie set New Years A long awaited report of the aught in the path ol fortune Ihursdav fl special joint committee appointed Dancing was indulged in by a both houses of the West portlon of the guests The music Virginia legislature teinveati sxas rendered throughout the gate the charges of bribery bv piano and traps nnu the old counul d Bosedof P with the elecHon the shriek of d Boseo newPn havejaUmt d States senator rn Janunngmg of bells which has been iven to the 1fllH as bamshed to When miies iron were here I told you civil war many troops used this general deroad in ft cm the old James Kver awha valley into tht Vallej ot turnpike there ai e nume DOB it was completed in 1818 and along its course HwrJmeteb followed the route I Verv respectful qjtthe old state road which had j Signed built several yearsbefore 1 f The James turnpike also approxi the route followed by the ie new uphill business before ary 1912 has been given vet we believe they will public the support of the good Onewetnbei oi the state sen the citj and w ithm ate and SIN memborsot tfe house tne 1913 banished to of the past and 1914 momously ushered in HENRY GILMER men who gathered at Fort Union in 1774 and went thiough undei J t 1 4 rt General Lewis jand fought battle of Point Pleasant It enters the TaylorGarland Matthew H Tavlor of this citv and Miss Hattie Garland ot Stauntoir weie married the home of the brides parents on the 22nd ult Mr Tavloi is a tu other of our It enters atai tousmen W VI and low gap in the AHeghanj mount JR g wmle thebnde is a ims onrathei and popuki passes the White Sulphur I of neal gtaunton Spimgs on ihiough Attcr a trip ot two the town of Lewisbuig and Mr and Mrs will climbs out of the the their home in Becklev Mi Gwenbrier m the plateau Tavloi ierng with region known as the Meadow S Cash Gioceiv Store on the waters of Gaulev nvei nd out of tenant ot tne Seymour Ed C TotSate the oScul who wards of Chaileston for United M ot the ciUs to succeed Cla laffaiisuntilDec 31 Di W W Watts merry anc told that the realm wascere The members of the club then i i ftf nVimL O 1915 Mavoi C 0 Dunn Recorder Met bei t Stansbui 5 Treasui ei Di J A Campbell G C Farmci John Andeson Jas H Lemon Andiew Lewis Councilnren 1 Ily vj served a dainty lunch of chicke salad pimento sandwiches pick les olives hot biscuits coffee A delicious fruit punch was ser during the evening Attei the usual New Yeai gieecmgs and lesolutions th enceW Watson Five of thobfiJ guests departed extending bes undei indictment have since been I vishes to the club its membeis ffllEYSJEW BANK Winding Gulf Bank Opens for Buiineu in ilt New Home in This City The Winding Gulf Bank which las been located at Hot Coal his county has ceased business here and opened in its new tome in in the Blank jnship building on the corner of dtaih and Heber streets For the past week Thomas Warden and crew have been en gaged in dismantling the fixtures and appurtenances at Hot Coal and establishing them in the home of the new bank On Jan uary first while not altogether opened for business Cashier F A Hummel was on the scene and looking utter mattei It will only be a short time until all of the preliminary arrangements will have been completed and the Winding Gulf Bank will proceed Those untlei inaictmeiu nave since uccii w me emu tried convicted and sentenced the gracious hostess the state penitentiary the festivities weie against two mem Misses Sue Lamg Margai et Con i M rt countv into Fajette countv atj the loot ot Big Sewell mountain 1 going on westward through i Mrs Lula Hoke Away Follow Pavette countv passing ven of Short Duration cjose Nest an down on YeaiH moinfng about T t I hi first being Mis Una f Hoke one of Roneeverte Times Burned Out Firepiaetvalh the Times office and equipment at Roncevettp dating the nuon hour on New Dears and damaged the stoclof the Ron ceveiteCioceiy Co to the jtentcf 81500 The fue oiigmated m tile Tunes office and the room wae soon a seatlnn mass oL flames Betoie the ailival ot the die clc partmenC it wasspi eaduig to the beis are still pending and the committees leport is made public cmweHMng these two horn the committee find ot accepting a bnbe and Gace McDowell Eleanoi Conuay Lma Bi amer Maifaiet Duibeck Lvda Deck Corme JJlankenship Floience Alice Morgan Mis Powell to business interruption The Winding Gulf Bank has 101 its President Di J A Wood of the Sullivan Coal Gompanv I Vice Picsident 1 N Fiantz Hal Scott Terence and Con bmith iocommends then tollov mg State st natoir Ben A r Koanf countv Delegate S U G Rhodes Mm o counlv Delegate Hath Dull of Jack on county Delegate H F Asbuiv narn county i Delegate David Hill ot Mason count Indictments aie now pendinc clan expulsion are a Fiank Lemon Walker Adney Sntphm Convsav and Di ew in ven i The Chesapeake Ohio rsul and the James River and the Greeiibrfei uver at Caldwell W he Alle passibg through the V H PI 1 the same ij u n oe w Ihe piopnetois of the Busy Bee icsraurartt Mis Hoke had been ill loi the Among the Lodges Following aie lists oi the cets elected bv the oi GianLXOun ol buttbireomwitties findmgi these two eases aie not made ge HIP Din nose of inconveniences ol the in ection ncici ioi cue ui cets elected bv the various tiathese cases aie not made teinal in the at this time because otthi iht be ity chosen m Deeembei foi the ttlCl that then cases might be ensuing term of six months White Stick Lodge f 0 0 I Mabscott past ten but hei condition1 j G Thomas Noble Giand G W Walkei Vice Grand N S Allen E C Biammoi Tieasuiei the sufficient funds ot the Bank A Hummel Cashier and T J assistant cashiei is iDr J Wood L N Frsinte F A Hummel Li W W Koin ici and John Faulkner the above gentlemen aie all well attested bv the tact or their good ludgenient in making Beckley then pel manont location and the Iditticulties which Ihev ex m psrt by the following lettei made public bv them will move to have beer oveicomo then move To our pations fuends and existing tesent Io with cation ot the Winding Gull Bank i was not pronounced sei lous until hen change was irur tual 1 tnedmthecucuitcouitofWeb f sutncienc runus wnn tawu winch toimprove the highwavs and consequenlhv the inadequacy ol th count show the sentiment and in favois the pioiect f hame the Tins I 0 0 F td ami the length of ol C Ha on a change of unue in luh and August last each con jqnuementof ucted and sentenced to terms in tlu pemtentian are now m jail at Webster Springs pond Mabscott Municipal Election ing tow n of Mab Nfnv SuiDg for False Arrest Suit foi fiftv thousand dollais damages foi talse an est and mi r bad grade can be lemediod out great expense uitv A post load with a wll be matle mission appointed bs Ooveino Little Blue duunft the slnke dii U S Seeietarv llons roi IOW basod upon ilU 01101 in the t The lepoil ot the John W MeCieeii Tieasuiei Stagecoaches toi some time Iw vas completed Along it the offtce tourist has splendid views ot great aieasi Ihe denta and timber itCombs has been dissolved latge samxijrfen mijeh laiger than could laxUulb be expanded 01 islegalh and V ncult HI the Paint and Cabin Cieek section a veai ago I In plamtifl mthis latest ot f I suits is Toney Staftoid of Pain at which time officeis weie chos en who will guide UK destinies conStee the ft lends ol the tvso tickets in the field good Ieling pievail ed and I he icsult was sn dose that thf havp onh a nunoiiU langmgaiound 13 sotes Following is thf vote Foi MayoiJ B Kilmgei 80 N S Allen 73 FoiRccoidci E E Dillion 8r Waul Cook 78 Foi Couneilmenlohn I Wil 86 J B Kivk Sb II E Peteis col 80 L P 85 of same the iu management has decided to the i change the pi mcipal location ot gives abusiness hum thf town ot Hot good i coal to the toi net ol Mam and Hebei stioot in the town of Becklev m thi coimtx of Raleigh West Virginia m the Blanken ship Building which icmoval will take place at once In conclusion vish to sa aic planting ourselves m the most mospeious and jnogiessive town situated in the Kivei Iinov Kivci and Winding Gult coal fields of which thoie is a ladiusol ovfi VrlU miles ot ac and active coal and luin bei piorhiving piopeiU When in Betkles make out homo hom and coidial cvtcncl to an imitation to CD 10 and us soon and often and beg to lemam Most icspf ctiulh oui flie Gull Bank Q R office into over homo of Miss Eva M Tavloi Co tairs of the holidaj season was n New iivu s iccep 101 is Rvf Qub at home ol Lottie Fa h on 7J11 K anvwheie f thanJ that is can be found the W M Tavloi Co Harwood in the West end on We nesdav ab bj 1 unc Combs will watch tm This was he lust no wmn ii ifpSke Fort Donnalh miles noithoi H in ol K Combs win fvoning iu waicn UK im v tmue in the iactice ot disappeai ance of tho old yeai and the club at the location iorineiK oicupied the advent oi the new Gallics in in Watts Combs 1 his change and music were played by optti v a was made nwinjt the fact that nicrry until time ushered halls ilulH lunsion that pai lot and with the club olois ullow aiu plants and v at Rooms directh across the halHttnd Maggie Biggin i uw massacred thr dental office in Mesars Prea6n JightneriiuK Itfjft andffiame building vre fitted uy for j Johh Latng Steve Jflggins Karl Klrr twtWike thfcitV cxfVutive dopartmefit i Virgil arid Flminet Sntao Chuck iwei u i Cook and V1 and presiiited a livelv inns weu on most mtcios proved to be the dine clipped liom Chuck i Weil known advertisements in Of Interest lo Rev Shatlduck desires lo i the mem bei so I the tlunch a Yeais ilt and asks that all come out morning and nighl Sundav New Suits Entered Jainett Cox Emma dr vot cc L K onnintion Dora Pen nineton in chaiieen II ShunicbaiBCi ct al A i teller Llects Officers the town ol 1 estei held its HguUu municipal election Thurs Tin contest between the tickets a spirited oneand itsuited in election of the en Li H1 Ticket as w Ualkcn and Ui Bi ooks G S T I S 1 ilh J E bun I Hei tha ousov who has vt Ihiladolphii slopped oie t6i ashmt visit to Miss ioi the Ilin ton Ftuit 4 Piodtiu Co pre vious to cmitinuinK today her Hinton In K
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