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OR. GEO. POTTS
Vstsriaairy Paysklaa a Stirgoon
Real Estate Aosat
Offers hts services to the Farmers
snd Stock rsi h the FssaasW****.
Parti'-* hsvirtfr farina for aale*^
lisf them with me st om
Ifaraas ol Every Description tor Salt
Address or Phone ni*- st
PROVIDENCE FORGE. - VA.
I will e st my office tn ths
Citv of WilliMTu^hurg
Peninsula Bank Building
BVBRY SAT UR UA Y
To receive tax as for the City of Wil?
liamsburg snd County of James City.
S. HANKINS. Treasur-r
OLD BAY LINC.
* . p ru.
ChesapeaKc <& Ohio R'y,
Scenic Roasts to the West.
ns. Parlor Csrs b
Rici * to Ix>uis
I Williamsburg s. m.. st
it and South
Fast Trama tor Hewpsn Ks***, faortsla *a
Lv. Williamsburg m., snd 4:.rj
Locals tsr Nssrssrl Hmmr%.
Lv. Williamsburg H:5ri s. m., 6:29p. n
Locals Isr Richmond.
Lv. Williamsburg 6:40 s. m. 6:u5 p. n
*V. w. WARE
Otters his ss ra* csa to tbe public
Special attcntmn niven to thc sa
ot Real Eaital I
Collection ol accounts snftcrtei
IONMDENTS 4 GEAVESTOW
pay th* a^-Lurir?
freight and R stock lo ti
guarair McM stout h.
?liv- M^L luntr ii t tj
lbe limper Harble Works
159 to io3 Bank S*.,
NORFOLK - V
THE HatAITHWAITE il *.
Lt**s h>TAHUSHMENT has
exclusive agency lu and aro
Willlatna.jurkt, ol the National Cai
- gooda. This establishment ts c
pie te ly ci;-tpped; onder-*oid.by none
gardie** ot reports to tne contra
furnishes supplies at a less l
Hearse at hall the castomarr cnary
Licensed Embalmer, aud Trained \
t*.. d y-jurselt ace
tnglj. ilaa. W id. BKAiTE
Williamsburg, Va. Soutneru Hell Phi
Htore alu. 94* Residence **o. 81. L
plat ance connection
DR. C H. DAVIS,
Peninsula Bank Building
W. L. JONE
From io to I3OO Ac
BELOW1 IS~A~.SA.nr?Lri BAR
aL?No. 39. One of the most den
all farms and homes in Uns se
1-5 acres of fertile, well U
truck land on auto road only half
from station. Lovely S-room dv*.
in elevated gro a i -nven
School 1-4 mile, church. P. O. 12
Splendid orchard in full bearing,
thickly settled neighborhood. I
thing about this horne is nearly
including abundant outbuilding!
A 1 condition. Owner ia forced i
rifice at faTOO; |ssW cash. bal. t
OTHERS EQUALLY ATTRA(
W. L. JONES,
Popular Vote Contest
1 lu't-i'liy Dominate <?r Mil .tn-- of
Ai.'.. . .
As a lady worthy to become a candidate in your Popular Voting
Contest. I present this name with distinct understanding and
agreement that the editor shall not divulge my name. This does
not obligate me in any way whatever.
Williamsburg Female Institute
Established by Norfolk Presbytery
We offer most thorough Preparatory,
Academic and the Freshman Year
of College Work.
Bible. Music, 1: i< >ld E ^n?!
Modern brick buildin in hom.* H:
and tutti months
:*t. 17. Poi
REV. W. M. HUNTER, Willi
Fishermens Boots must stand
BOSTON "HUB WARRIOR"
nf oread st every wr-aring poiat, bt
aaaaa as know that fishermen's bouts rmqitin it
ls of tho stronfrest duck snd lined with
?uahty wool nart.
. ri?h?*rman kno- nual la
itu after nauutn arattar rock ami elx-T
"Hutt. Wtarriat-a** ara* maila* aa tra ali aaa; f*af uki
.ir. Vla.lt* ia ai! W??t I J.
' y?'ur pair at poer deal*
BOSTON RUBBER SHOE CO.
Leek fer Mm HUB em merry kemi
B1GLERS NEWS ITEMS
Bigters. Va.. Sept. 18?Mr. Irvin,
of Colon. Panama, who bas been
spending a few days here with his
:amily. has returned horne.
Misses Eleanor Simonson and
ti Maggie Maynard have returned to
c VV. F. I . Williamsburg.
Miss Marv Maynard has returned
home a'ter spending two weeks with
her sister in Hampton.
Mrs. Cook is visiting her sister in
For Rheumatism & Gout
Why are there no mest markets st
the North Pole-.'
i ail in
Because they never had a cook there
We Have Just Been Thinking
What A Hungry World
T Would Be,
If All The Meat Shops; iVen
Far Beyond The Northen Sea
Buy YOUR VEAL Here !
Where to Worship Sunda]
Bruton Parish Church,
E. Ruftin Jones. Rector.
Morning sc 11:15 a. a
Evening service. 8 p. m. Hoi
Communion. 1st Sunday 11:15; i:
Sunday tr* a. m.
In thc Parish House?Sunda
school. 10 a. tn.
Rev. J. T. Whuiey. U. D. Pastor.
Regular preaching services 11:1
a. m. and 8.00 p. m. We :
night services at 6 p. m
School 10 a. m. Ni:
Sunday school superintendent.
?"^Epworth League Sunday at 7 p. i
Services every Sunday at ll, a
p. m. Sunday ?chool at 9:45 a. rn
Rev. Edward Brekhus. Pastor
Services at Norge Sunday mo
ings at 10:io. Sunday School
close ot sci. - brayer meet;
Wednesday at 3 p. m. Young ?
pie's Society meets every secc
Saturday at 6 p. m.
OUVK a?at*.NCH CI1UI9T1A.S Caf! a
A. J. Renforth. Minister.
Sunday School and commiu
every Sunday morning. PreacC
2nd and 4th Sunday 11:30 a.
ted 7:30 p tr.
William and Ma
A large and efficient faa
Modern and ample equips
Healthful situation and historic a
elations. High standards of life
scholarship. No tuition fee. to
gmians. Special courses for teac
aad State scholarships for ?
county. We invite inspection
I correspondence. Address
College oi William aad Man
ULTURE Of THE UM BEAN
arsrf mm |mn Variety ls Oas mt
Veawtebiee THsrt Cast a* Grewe
toe Mesas sr Marti aft.
t J W < SR I KV! 1*7)
Tao Lima sss ita, bots, tba
boss thst require polas or tr*>nia#ts
a sapporo aad the dwarf or buab
?rraa that do aot mahn any sta*.4 ara
r tbs bast vegetablee that are trow
I Usa caresa, ottbar for home oas or
Thar*. are many varieties of each
ry some the small s?f?dad rerlettee
ra prtf*>rTa??1 as tha savor ts fla?r
ad Uta b*atn is not so large and
caree I think this rather a mattar
rf custom for I was very much tn
Seor of tbs smsll variety until I triad
bo larcar coos aad I dod If thara ls
A Oood T ra* tl a.
say e tn quality, flavor and
textur*> rh- larra ont
The tl rr bvane ara Just tb* ?
aa tl matured, ths only dlrTer
saea ta. there ls a great-r ps* canL
of wator tn the sjrftan ooss than thara
is tn th** dry.
This *it?r mar ba 1 to tha
baa na by soaktnc thara over nlsht tn
lukewarm wstar In ths mm
beans atti *s they did wh??n
Just fat] *-<.<? n and when nerv*>d Ilka
green beans ths difference will bi
acult to '
Ther?t ar** many varieties nf ?iw??
i s| snd tba dwarf or
Utera.- I BJT??W tbs
Ktrjfj of r?na of the la rare
pols varieties, for several yaars and
Lima Beans Ready for Maras*.
found lt vary good as au yield at
Tbs pole Hmas are batter yield*
than ths bush variety but thara
ataora labor attached la gre -
sola ? axle ty however, the differed
In ylald overoomaa this io a great (
I find ? bast methods
arovrlna Lima boans ls to use a trel'
(tb oooatru -v.:.*; tl .'.aes, the ?
posts sbouitl be, set deeply and a
braced Tbs bottom wire may be
Xo ll or 14 .ac -trw will d
bat the top oas most r>
10. ss thw of tha vtnas ls gn
Bravos tba end posts well and
?assail poet* every 10 or 15 fast i
staple the wires to these. When in
than one trellis ls to ba made side
?Bala, the distance between th
should be six feet and the
should run north and ao*.
give sunshine to each side, aad
Insure more perfect fruit.
Tba ordinary farmer will gain
stax kiag his grain
Tbs clover should be out as t
sa lt ls In bios*
Deep-plowed land has a great
pact ty for storage of moisture.
A heavy crop of weeda w'
the growth of the clover a great <
Tbs grain binder ls tbs most s
factory implement for cutting Um<
Sow some clover, tf nowhere
sow la oura siter tho cultlvatlo
Ths most Important factor tn
Improvement ls growing leguml
Tbs easiest way to eradicate w
oa the farm ls to prevent Ute lr |
Silage made of oom and soy t
ta moro dlgeatlbls than that i
from oom allege etona
Oas of tbe qualities of tbe soy
thai eommends tc to the stock ft
ta tts protein richness.
Much of Ute feeding value ol
slower depeads npos bow tbe cr
managed after tt ls eat
Tbs beet stock pea for graslt
tba ft sid ls the black. Ev er la;
Red sad Red Ripper are also ga
Tho silo roesns excellent feed ?
In small spare Just what ls m
wbsa tao grass la the pasture ls 4
Protein thst la grown open Uko
la often more palatable than
which ta parchaaed la ooaoeat
aad tt it aaia
.EEKS HE* HUSBAND AT IOC
O-IHM I* |--1-*aa--*a* SS
We* Baaw f-faaaartLr-4} S******wo ?
Mat Min* SO Vasa** Aga*.
ataokana. Wash -A tal* of ta* loy?
alty of as Imtlan aqasa c-o ra se
?taaabura. alkara) *Old Ju Ita" Han
ia tha white* know bar. ssa
ter r\a?ry nt 100 and ls ead*a*-*o*rtaa*
? woo back tba kaaba ad wko baa
Isaartsd har Sba baa at tr aot asl sara sta
?toa oa tbs strasta ss day by day
?ba bas souaht tba runaway Ha baa
sot -returned to bar yal. but aba ba?
Ua-ras that bia old lo*/* will ba ra
awakened In |
la ts tha '.ant of tb* cfclefta.e
. of tb* Sockl***- ttib* of K
taa ' Sh* snd bar sletere
bara ba*c mell known to tbs a
s tbs region ass
? | iTee tawsa I ?-??:
1 more than I.OOO horse* sod
tba property aa*
?' by tb* husb*
I not abaks tb* a y
tha alatara. for yatara lad h#
?y ba-arorr.m knowm
DISREGARD LAW ON SHIPS
M i n last ar of Marra Olva* Warning ott
th* Violation of bafet/
Raoul at i ort*.
Pe ai Ike I***a*c-*h law
Sf a oa
paaa*a-g*< ?^a ta oof
3b*' <o of
If - n tatar of
-larUim* a ,
Lae law ta that
? rm ar.
b*y may ba a raa
??ads tha cn*wa ar* '.r. formed ta
ada anc* whan a drill ts about to b*
urtlarwd ? ? ara t*naM*?t1 Uj raak-*
ably not b* lim- at tbs tnomtnt of
Tb* mlntatar oondemas this prac
tica araa that tn futur* oaly
drllla carried oat tn sntlrw cimfomalty
with tha r*a*u lat ions will ba -*e*c?gnla*d
by th* sal
uiffofmsi-aa.'-a Ot isl', xa ?W la lice gr*? p
TOY PISTOL ROUTS BANDIT
SlxtaaavVasr Old 0>M of Alton, HU
P*ints 'Gun** and Man
a burgla I Mrs
Alfred Scbw-aiUuatlicbar. Ul b .
With Miss FanniH Anderson wtv
waa a *-u**st trt tbs boto*, sha I
th* burgle* - at s wt
atna; up a t?y ptsu<l which La
aaavr sb* went an
drew tha r saw tho fae
of a man a. tass
faVC< a >mai
aha waa i
1 thst ?
m. hat ah*** wru> "ret tt
pu lana wa* to alta tho 1
TO PROTECT HUMAN UV!
Armarlcan Mullum of Safety Ai
merited by Qift From Kindred Irv
atl tut ions in foreign Landa
* York k of the Am*
can Miaou ni of Safely hara I
ierably enlarg**** thia fal! by t
ra**.ari pi of a number of Later**tu*.g a
v-aluab lu abroad. T
aa ara* so;
lng 126 specimens of th* various d
g?rou* duals from Oas wood onad
Tor tbs faction of "CaaaWi
duetrlee Frauco la tba donor of
spool ni ann of colors, showing; tb
wblcb aro noxious to work,
descriptions of the boat methods
? .. | occupo'i-aaisai dlsoaas Uk
The Gorman LAf* Saving sisoelal
nra aunt a coller' -arlu* *[
anc*** Oa*1 of tho exhibits inclu
a full-slaed lifeboat, e-qulpped *.
-tar*, aa . uta. lanterns, pr
slona. aster. Ufo pressrvers, sta.
Meas* Heads Soaring.
Bangor, Me Bull moos* bea.Ju I
goa* up tn (>rlc*. Tho word bas t
peas titi aauoug tbs taxidermists
thar* win bs sn unpiacadontsd
u-a-utl for mounted head* In tact, tl
ara but fsw bsads La tb* raaxba
FrsopW abo shoot baal itaooss
arsily haas tb* trophy mount-ad
Uaaamaoi-ro* or aell lb* head to a
oe* wbo bas lt faounted. Tb*
darini*u pick up a fsw, but aot aa
Tb* Bangor firs of last year bu
tba Aaaat soUsctkm of gama b
ta Maia* bald for salo, and lt is di
fal If s doaaa moo** beads ooui.
pLckad up at say prtca.
Dall Oot Awiy.
f-tUaaJ-ait. ra.?AtUmptlcaj to
a-fjcyaar-oitl Vars Stanley's doll ao
faU from esr aravs unto tba ri-rsr.
TOFUS INCREASED BY *9L5
l Use country, that
? sights aad roil Uso
baa toed that ba ooald
roftts by tao noe of tbe sCo I
oaken very mdifferont end baepa
old rut. fessing dry
rly half of hts
a lot of
days of sloss
should ba ready ta
aatago of every opportunity
luce tao cost of
rill ba found that lt ba
Stave Silo?C ? ?*!> teas*
I feet, ceet t Ko roo*%
tbods are meed, to do tbast
a price of Use
results sro cass
nam* s ? -
and so per cent la the ear. Whea
??ar t ?rly half af
aaa ia are fed.
leas* ha 'tn remain
tbe silo tao koon bb
Ev. .n knows that sosa
boot oa ft sab .Iaaa asst*
tura. The grass is *wain**lss*t aaa aa*V>
ModifUd W ? 8lt?
150 tejflssj size 1t*J0 fee' ? . %ZS%
^otnpists with roof and concrete Soer*
. milk flow are
Tho silo cornea as oeax I - ip plying
eau I ? lo every
dey tn the year ll uniform
feed for every one of the twelve
e dalry cows rsa sat
*;.?* tn feed*
U by a decreased antlS
'.a always followed by a
shrinkage tn the milk
ks pasture to tba
silage the change ls aa* sojgreat, ene)
often the cows Increase the flow ol
milk when started aa silage. Several
dairymen have made tba
meat that the tn-erased proAta
paid for ths silo the first yer
Tows that are on ajastnre sh*7uid
have free access to salt.
. t hesitate to Increase tbe grata
ra a to keep np Ute milk fi <*?
Tbe heifer whoso first mllfc
I rig, frequently develops Uko
of long periods.
h soiling crops snd some grain
tbe dairy herd shoald ms tnt stn a pr sd
Oreen feed fed to milk cowa ard
Insure larger profits and no a
aid to this reaalt la a alla
When a dairy maa learns to
Babcock test bs ls started oa caa
way to economic saJvaUoa.
Ono paper says: "Ciena aa fra*
quently " It would be better for Iaa
dairy farmer to koop Ulinga efren alt
Among tho maa who have
ph sim sa sns Hy trocesssful oa tbe
those who bate followed
stand ont pro aaalaaaatly
If the calves that are ta tba pan*
tare aro expected to do well they
should have plenty of shade
ty of good sloan water.
ali ty ts a very Important ?
ectertstio ta the dairy cow or
other farm animal If weak sJoaa
Una tba beat retar*u? aaaavot ba aaa