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THE VIRGINIA GAZETTE.
Established 1736 bv William Parks 'Firat to Publish tha DecUr*ti >n of Indepe **denc?* ?N C Johnston. Editor and Pub*.sher.
V )L. 17S (Old Scries.) VOL XX New Series. *i NO. 17 WILL1AMSBUK ISO PER YEAR
WILLIAM AND MARY OPENS HER DOORS
FOR ANOTHER SESSION NEXT THURSDAY
WILLIAMSBURG FEMALE INSTITUTE OPENS FOR TUE
SESSION NEXT TUESDAY MORNINIi
.'.jam and Mary opens her
doors next Thursday morning for its
219 session, under very favorable
conditions. For the past week or
SO mi ny students ha cd their
intention of spending the winter at
this college, and it looks like the at?
tendance this year will be far in
excess of recent pa ns.
During the summer the two old !
dormitory buildings, thc a-.d ,
Brafferton. have undergone a com?
plete rehabi.iiation. So marked
have been the changes and improve?
ments that men who knew these
buildings in other days would not
recognize them nov*. With steam
heat, electric light and running water
in each room, and all other improve?
ments in keeping, these buildings
are now most attractive. It is thought
that William and Mary never spent
money to greater advantage than in
improving and modernizing its dor
mitories. I ^ring more state
students from year to year.
Practically all of the members of
the faculty are in town now and
those who are not here wal be pres?
et on opening da*.
The Williamsburg Female Insti?
tute will begin the session nea*
Tuesday morning. With a strong
:lty andmore attractive surround?
ings, the next session promises to be
the most successful in the history o'
the institution. Williamsburg feels
a deep interest in this institution, as
the people here had much to dc
with its establishment. President
Hurter is much encouraged over thc
outlook and expects this session tc
be the pivotal one in the history ol
the school. He will have the sup?
port of the Nor csbytery in a
more substantial way than hereto
c.thus a him more tim*.
to devote to the school.
ONE IS FINED.
OTHER ONE JAILEt
Bob White, charged with ass
ing old man Washington Cox.
s to be f-rom 1UU to 120 year
old, was given a hearing before Jus
. Van Fossen last Thursday
and fined $2.50 and costs. The test!
mony showed that White was unde
the influence of whiskey, and wa
"just projectin" with the cenetnariac
White also got a lick over the heat
with a walking st.ck that made th
justice think a sm., - -ufficiec
Timmie White, against whom
warrant had been sworn out, chargin
him with stealing watermelons an
drawing a pistol on an employee c
the Eastern State Hospital whe
caught in the act of robbing tc
melon patch on the hospital ram
departed for Newport News la:
week when he heard a warrant ws
out for his arrest. He was capture
there and brought back to William
burg by Special Officer Holmes.
Justice Van Fossen heard ti
charges against Timmie and set
tenced him to thirty days in jail fi
stealing the melons and lined hi;
$50 and costs for carrying a coi
cealed weapon. In default ol ti
fine, White will serve ninety days c
the public roads, a position he b*
already graced for the same per io
Foe -Quits fe Fsvtr
TELLS Of HIS TRIP TO THE WEST
Aurora. S. D . Sept. 4.
r The Gazette:
No doubt you would like a word
from me, also many or your readers
may be interested in an account of
some of my observations.
Things did not look well on the
Peninsula when I left. The drouth
showed very much until I had passed
Richmond, but was plainly less se?
vere beyond that point. Darrine ss
soon closed my observations for the
; day and when daylight again arrived
we were sliding down the i I
West Virginia. There was that
fresh deep green on vegetation which
plainly meant no lack of rain there.
Crops, so far as we could see trom
the train, looked strong and vigor
? ous. This condition continued ali
along down the Ohio valley, through
Kentucky. I saw several fine :
of tobacco and corn. After leaving
Cincinnati we came to the real farm?
ing country. Small grain had been
cut and housed, corn showed a good
growth and seemed to be well along
toward maturity. This would hold
in that portion of Ohio and
Farther on toward the north crops
were later and many fields of srr.a".
grain were yet in shock, which
owing to recent rains were in nc
1 condition to be taken in. Corr
1: looked fine, small grain, though 1
1 had no opportunity for close inspect.
1 ion. showed a fair but moderate
Northern Indiana showed an ex
cess of water and poorer crops. Wi
' crossed Illinois in the night. Morn
the valley of the bi j
:: Iowa The conditions hen
r were very similar to central Indiana
c. well cultivated fields of con
. back over the
D endless successioi
until it would seem that there -as
I enough to feed the world. Hen
I small grain had been gathered bu
as we advanced to the northwes
shocks began to show apparently
fair but not heavy jfk
It was Saturday noon and I stop
ped off in Wright county near th
middle of Iowa to visit some
tra was a chauuuqu
nering here at Goldfield, a sraa
z town. On Sunday we counted 20
omobiies and quit. Tnere wei
.ay more. We concluded tha
j this part ot Iowa is prosperous an
c the people intend to enjoy it whi!
i tney can.
Taking the train early Monda
a morning gave me a daylight ride 1
c end of my journey. Small gra;
d was better in Southwest Minnesot
>t in fact the only really heavy gra
n on the whole journey. Here in eas
? ern South Dakota it is moderate
r. Corn looks fairly well but lat
st not a big crop. It xs on the hon
is stre'eh however and with the pre
d ent clear, warm south winds, is cor.
ing oa lively to the finish.
Politics is also a good crop and
iC being rapidly threstted out, but lil
i_ the others there is a good deal
X blow about it. But I must quit no
-n and tell you about that in my next
Q. B. F. Wright.
>n Rub-My-Tism will cure yau.
School books for the city ai
county. -Also nice assortment I
school tattooer*/, book. bags, tte
ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW
GOSSIP OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD I
iee U G. Tyler was in '?'?
liamsbur-a? Monday night.
a. M. H. Barnes, o' Providence
.nday and Mo
here with his family.
Leon Slater and Willie Martin left
here the latter part of last w-- *
Cha. c .where they m
a cleaning and press-.ne ed?
ment, after wh.ch Mr. Sliter will go
to St. Louis to enter the tnsu. ance
business with his uncle. M
Under a special dispensa:
M., elected the
from the floor, the regularly
? to qua! *
B. Ferguson, councilor; Ap
Mr. and M -can
aod children spent last Thursday
oon here with Mr and Mrs.
C. J. Person, having come up in
Mr. H H. Duus. a substar
~n of Tyler. Minn., was io
liamsburg last Monday with Mr
W. Dana, looking over this section
with a view to locating a colony cf
Danes near here. Mr. Duus has
been Successful in locating similar
colonies in the Northwest, and now
-ye on Virginia. The
steamship line direct from aaa
countrv to Newport News arill no
count be useful to him. as his pur?
pose is to bring the people c.
from .d Country. He
look at a tract near here before re
Mr. John Peterson, of Iowa, was
?te office li
day morning and subscribed
:St tO gc
quain ted with the country,
hope Mr. Petersor
and r: s home.
Mr Peebles, pa
-ch at Lv:
tie made a good Unprea
upon the congregation. Mr
weil known here.
:. Thomas Ged
tuesday for Washington xr.r. Lei
Lexington where he will enter
.aw course this session. Ht
H. Neblett, who has b.en
the v *h him.
Mr. John Hofceeyer. owner .
Barrens Ferry, lett the first ol
week on a business trip tonis forme
home in South Dakota.
Mr. Robert J. Barlow, who ha
been here on a visit to his pan
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Barlow
Monday for King and(_,ueen count}
accompanied by his brother-ir.
Mr. Gresham, of Newport N
They will spend the remainder c
their vacation there with the.
MODERNIZING HIS DRUGSTORE
Dr. J H. Stone has made a di
cided improvement in the appearar.*,
of his neat little drugstore by instal
ing a metal ceiling. It is a vei
handsome affair and makes th'.n.
look brighter and more modern
The next improvement con ten
plated is the installation of hanc
some furniture and the repainting <
all the wood-work on the inside <
the building. The front has be
much improved by an applicate
of paint. Dr. Stone is a progress**,
along all lines (.except Bull Moose
aod will aot be satisfied until he hi
Bodafaiaad hit placa of busiati
NOT TO BE CANOin\
JR. STEPHENSON Hill Kn
not bc a
anv such sut:
' same reason tha
-ighout ma' -
he o -
j net do and eng^. c
make a pub
?purpose not to
THIS IS A FALL
A q - is bee
mailed to th ner<
^g them how to comba:
ns hnve been
who suffered the mo- .* ar
Messrs. Bechtel. Bra:
G. Wilson, thc
?id of grass. Cooler wreathe
y good heavy rain would w.pe i
? orm complete This pe:
appears lo 1 es c
3t Few. it any. m-ri.ciies. h<
:h the uniform success that ha
m attended the use ot Cn.
ic Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
ri edy. The remarkable cures o
:> and diarrhoea which it has e..
is in almost every neighborhood hav
ll given it a arida iepuutioa. For sat
,KW CITY HIL GOES INTO OFFICE
AF TIIMOKKiiW NIGHT'S MEETING
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