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Misses Annie and Mary Ware Galt
are visiting relatives in Norfolk.
Mr- Durfey is the guest of
Mrs. Frank Darling in Hampton.
Mrs, E. T. Lamb, of Norfolk, spent
Sundav wida her parents. Capt. and
Mrs. Lane.
Mr. R. L Hunter, of the 1
eat Tuesds
K | BafSaaSstL
es under Dr. Sargent
at Harvard.
Manager A. Baake. c: oatt
Bell Co.. is ba ck n.s vacation
sper i north.
Miss Martie Lair
sper.- e week here
^unt, Mrs H. D. Cc
rad Mr. J
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ta Mi L W. Lane.
B a shor
ercer. a
Mr. Peace eave
opex ar. ;e o:
mi has
beer.
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M ss Lou. - rson, who has
bee*.
gone ta ", ouege as a
Jk? ?!
News, wa: aas ber - guest of
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a Bloxton has retrained
to Yancey to resume her duties as
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?air: cms,
widow o: htbm and wt.
known sere, nas Deer ...:.:-?-, :r.ex*ds
Mr. A rr.es, ?
stnde
aWvC
atadaji.
van
~gn towt, /ester
rs to spend the
ra.
M: ra
Wiscon:
rer s parer**.
Mr. and ol rpo.
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It3Dcir Crerec. cere as a : c-rrcer ;
ai.- . --er:
tie ?
tr* atti . ?: . .ir >at v.-ere b
we. aad ti
I saatsst business. He sril
rc aviay tiX. ia DctaWbaa
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
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rr.: idrt. - ii ,i>e:-cacrL. D* r***t*xt*
p aas oeer :
gton as a delegate
terraitioiaii Congress of Hy g. ere ar
Demagrap:
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from Rxamond jo re went i
be ar. R. W. Kager.
fermer a*a****Cnt re: e. wa j wi
operatec .apoc i in ti
Vat,
mg nicely and witt rec-.
UCHT MKS
Lackey 2?V? M
Schell and family, of Newpc
News, spent Sunday at ftrBfir
with relatives.
Miss Fannie Cartis and moo*
of Lace Haw, spent Tuesday ait
soot* wita Mrs. Percy Schell.
Mi*s Era Hoggc. of Gioucest
it over to spend the winter with .
?aster, Mra. Percy Schell
Joe Charles. Thad Roes. Bal
Boil ano barnett Cole were call
st Be*utsckiSa*f*aay night.
Mrs. George Ripley and I*
linsghtfr spent Saaday with Mrs.
W. Scr
The farmers axe busy urusg i
ott asd hay.
Captain C. A. J<
Swstity hers.
a GREAT DISPLAY s
OF CORN AND COTTON
When the editor of The Gazette J
returned home last week from a de- i)
ightful trip to another section of j
tbe state he found the office a blare j J
arith glorious specimens of corn. '!
cotton, cane and peas It looked j j
like an aghcultural display and thc j I
boys had it all arranged in a most! 1
artistic manner. The proof press !
had its burden ot massive ears o: '
corn, while the drooping blades
cane lent an 3 dis- '
p.av Cotton in the stalk with the
bolls bursting in snowv white: *
cotton loose clinging to imposing'
stones and type racks, cotton deco
esk. cotton.
ton everywhere. It made us
that even drouths and pest, cece
war and famine cannot dampen the ;
ardor ct the ec thus-3 -ocr who j
farms for the lc Nor do j
we know or a rr.ore pleasant greeting i
than this that could have been of-;
fcree us at our home-coming. As
are ai we see f
ng to the telephone wires above
rr desk.
Mr. G. W. Thorpe had thc ] j
corn, gre- drouth
.ns. Tbe ears h. ? dwi :
of sr ->pcd grams and v?
as perfect a1 be ex
- season ?us. ?
e cotton in :
pea \
I peas, but j
the c.
: i-cr= 2 fe ca's mouth water
back tc j
iays ac: -ced a pi
?veetcess while some d
-atre
- few minutes later tor hav?
ing mes- ?S up
- tr.at hangs
where even now, came from 1 -
. orton Wilson. God bless the
-a-mers, what wou.d we do without
them They not ec and
rut they
t-cakc life one long sereet dream.
H F. D. NO. 1 [NEWS NOTES
Bac -Miss Fan
of Piney Grove.
spec*. 1 Mrs. George
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Mr es Thompson ace1 aam
rw.
Newspe
ing ar. bet coaaia. Miss Ma
d Mrs. C. G. Reeve
en at Mrs.
Mr
Mr. and Mrs.
Wood, of C- are spe
:ew days at
I r.C. A;.
M.*?s L.zz.e Deacon, z
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ey.
Mrs. 1
Mrs r who is visiting Mrs.
Ayers, has
th New
M- arm
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Mr. Mepham. of * Lind
IS NOW HERI
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The Gazette's ha nd some
which some young lady :s going t
te-cure within the next few week
arrived herc Monday and is now c
yn at thc York Furnittu
Company's store. It is a handsorz
UaaUaaaaaOt and will grace any hom
It arri ved without a scrach or bletaii
cr,
n. and is waiting patiently ior its nc
.er
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Thc contestants arc invited to a
at thc York Furniture Cam pan)
aad inspect thc instrument. We <
aot tamk they will bc disappoint*
erf Bring your friends along an-d !
them see at and each coatcstant a
ttic bc allowed to test the piano.
Thc piano still bc taken go
cara of ao that it will not be def ac
od- wbea tunaed over to thc fair costa
ant about Nov. ll. That day of
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ROLL OF HONOR BANK
THE PENINSULA BANK
WILLIAMSBURG VA.
$400,0001
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1 COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS AC?
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ATTENTION
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Iareofthe best!
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A. BROOKS,
General Insurance
Agent .
Room No. 3. First Floor,
Williamsburg Bank Bldg,
WILLIAMSBURG. VA.
Represent.a| the Polio winf Companies
Virginia Fire 8t Marine sod Yir*r1nl*
State. Richmond. Vs.
H tint ot Sew York. Hambnrf Bremen
>n, Pennsylrsnls. Fire St.
Fire Association of Philadelphia. I also
sent the FidehtT and Deposit Co.
of Maryland and the Fidelity snd Ca
sualty Co. of .t ^
?? i was
-laurance, bond or Indemnity o *
heists or employes sri ll, receive pro
stree ?
?s ffyryrffyy^^^^^^^'^y^'tifft'rrfP
MRS. GEORGE_C. MARSTON
Mrs. Marston, wire Mr. G. C. I
a hifhly esteemed lady,
nome near Toano last
rsday morning at an early hour
Mrs. Marston wv
a of the late Dr. Thomas P.
arlarston for years commissioner of
ames City county. She
.s su. by her husband and two
gaters. Mrs. G. A. Goddin and
!Mxs. C. H. , wo sons. Messrs.
rj Georee A. Marston, all of
cs City. She .eaves 3 brothers.
, mas. Rosser, and Parker Mars
and one sister. Mrs. Edmund
Harwood, living in Newport News,
I a brother, Ewell, living ai
jntfoot.
'.rai took place Friday af
m the home, the service
.? conducted by the Rev. E
::in Jones. Burial was in tht
family section at the old Methodis
Chapel.
CLEAN SWEEPlf
ROANOKE POULTRY SH0?
^ Roanoke. Va.. Sept. 25? F. Vv
m Warner's Standard White Roc.
made another clean sweep at th
^j Roanoke Poultry Show, winning t\
1% try prize, including grand .weer,
^ stakes for fifteen best birds in tb
^ show, first, second and third coe!
st. second and third cockerel
riil first, second and third ben, fin
second and third pullet, first pen ol
od first pcs young, aad grand sweei
ed stakes over all. This exhibit is fro
st- James Qty couty. attar Wuliamsbur
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lid Mr. Harry H***i*ty. td Narlo,
I ii om tm t taw ioyt.
Special Notices.
Cottevga
.av ing claim
| again
!-*--..h F Simonax*a -**-i;l pleaa*
rstet
sr- - .vard ar.
sett's. J. r
WA -A good. 'rslUb
farm hand t k Co
-manent plsc*- to right mar
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?sA.T. KRIS*
?aX*- noti.i*
. J. C. PI Lr
INGTON, Knght Fm
en thi
the Iste firm of J aneri & Styr:
han been, by mutual conaent, diaaol
and all li against tl
aaid firm sa.- s. (ii
cn under our handa this 23rd dsy
:yl2.
A. JAN
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rv, S-room bon
with Isrge iot on College sveni
nesr th* College. Apply to NO
L \. Hr.
WANTKI). Poultry of all kinds. Ci
Pncea paid for um*. ICM Pl I
KY FARM. Wihiamabui
P. O. H
My pf-ooertv in Brut
c district oonaiaung of 563 screa. gt
Umber snd buildings, ssa mill, li
mill, and nianing mill, sll kinda
farm machinery, catii**, mule*. I
sell the land alone or all
getber ss it ? tanda For Urmi i
prices sse T. E. FENN*", MsgruiJ
Virginia.
FOKSALK 200 buahelaof sead o
and 50 kraaheia aeed wheat, all f
rn wild ooioos. Apply to
risburg, Va. Pl
2062._
SALE 10 busbslt seed Pott
Onions. 1 trna young mar* 4 j*
oki, weight about 1?? j-*<-uoda. ,
lyu W a BUIlNa. Svergi
LIGHTFOOT NEWS ITEMS
Ughtfoot. Va.. Sept. 24?Mr. J.
-. Trosvig has rented his beautiful
arm. "Roselands.*' near this place
o Mr. Albert Hofiard. of Norge.
air. Trosvig will make his future
lome in Lightfoot where he can ?
ceep an eye on the condition ot his -
arm and at tbe same time eojov the
sse and comfort of a city life.
Mr. Edward Edwards returned 1
Saturday morning after spending a
:ouple of years at bis old home in
Mathews county. Judging from
what he says he will never leave old
Lightfoot again.
Miss Ida Trosvig left Thursday
morning for Amelia, where she will
teach in the high school.
Miss Clara Levorsen spent Sunday
-:oon with his cousins, the
Misses Trosvig.
Rain, and plenty of it. has come
at last and the long drouth of the
ptst few months is over.
Mr. J. L. Trosvig was in Rich?
mond Wednesday of last week.
Misses Vol berg and Clara Chris
topherson. o' Portsmouth, sper^
Sunday here.
Miss Milla Trosvig returned to
her school Sunday after spendi:
couple of days here.
Mr. Tom Lawson drives the
ol wagon from Lightfoot to the
new schoolhouse at Magruder.
Misses Clara and Ella Olsen came
jhome from Portsmouth Saturday,
returning to that city Monday morn
Miss Emma Levorson is sick this
week
Mr. W. Savage returned last Wed
icsJay afters visit to his old home
n Maryland
Mr. H. O Tweten is at work on
i store {?) west of town.
GROVE NEWS
Grove. Va.. Sept. |24?Misses
Cable and Hannah Wickre sptot
iundsy with Miss Emma Swanson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Fletcher
pent Sunday with the latter's sister.
tfrs. John Dunn.
Mr. Levinson. the meat'packer of
Newport News, was here today. He
aoujht 25 head of cattle from the
armers around here.
Mr. Eric Wickre spent Sunday
with Mr. Ernest Lewis.
Mr. A. B. West, who has been
sick, is slowly improving.
M'S. E. D. Fenton and children.
of Newport News, spent Sunday
with Mrs. V. C. Kirby.
Miss Nora Cole, who was sick
last week, is recovering.
Miss Constance Fenton will spend
a while with ner sister. Mrs. Kirby,
until her hsaith is improved.
Miss Margaret Swanson was en?
tertained last Thursday night :n
honor of her birthday.
Mr. Gilbert Skillman was a caller
at Grove Sunday evening.
An article that has real merit
should .in time become popular.
That such is the case with Chamber?
lain's Cough Remedy has been at?
tested by many dealers. Here is
one ot them: H. W. Hendrickson,
Ohio Fails. Ind.. writes. "Chamber?
lain's Cough Remedy is the best for
coughs, colds and croup, and is my
best seller." For sale by all dealers.
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A Suit Purchased Here Will Fit Well;
Because Cut and Tailored Right
Will Wear Well
Because Made of Good flaterial
Wiil Look Well
Because Made From the Latest Weaves and
Patterns In The Very Latest Styles
Our.Men'a Suits range in price |
per Suit, from.$6.00 to $25.00 I P**1-** ot ???? assies and Prices
Young Men'. Suits... afj.00 to $20.00 ' *?n?*n- young men snd child
Children's Suits from ..$2.00 to $7.00
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Come in and see the Latest Styles and Weaves
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