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Virginia gazette. (Williamsburg, Va.) 1893-192?, October 03, 1912, Image 2

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Miss Sadie Harrison is staying
arith K ? Hund'c
Miss Sue Hu**-dley.se4t on Monday
for Norfolk to spend t week.
Miss Grtce jones, who hts beer.
in Boston, is at home for the winier.
Miss Margaret Jones will leave
aVtOaadav for t short stay in Newport
News.
Ur. Malcolm Bcrkey. of
inor - .^ectec to speud tne week?
end aa*a**f*e.
Mr. or or ge 1 Mr.
and Mr
Ch .
Mr< - r Jr will leave
the week ftM
spe
Me . encer and Wlr
Lac: ri the
; week.
Mrs. Mrcer and Miss Jean Mecer
a::er tr.
I weeks.
nt*
a*a**at*J
-. bn-anarie i -.d.
om a
M.-*- Mar r- ;*r: T.-rned
M on Monda; aa_
tpex tte tie
I
Mr?.. X. 1
ben
. Mr and Mrs
Jones.
Dz. Rte 1* ornierly tssisun;
bat whose
borne is ia Sr*aUU*fae.c. spent yesier*
Mr. and airs. T. R. Daley anc
Mr. C?I. Person went to I
i.an_ zz..:.'.^ J t. -.cr:*v ia thc Trrr.*":
i-'.on. C -
Ca who ha
bee - portie: va ca
thor, ia 3**::.:z zn rr:,..-:,-'- |
V. . aaasburg.
M.ss Mollie Ga,:, who hts bee
: Isiarv
Mn
M ? ;
weeks.
as beer, ize g-.*es: cf M:
Mi-^:?- HaU*tsi***rd oa :ae :?.
G l Monda
Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Rjchir o have
rasaraasTaiaaaaw S-aa-dai e. ca-.-;
M.:
GaTakaaaTS-C
?
tr
aod sol
epe-nt We daer.
Far-x w
itu, ii rani w .ng. boa.
and fishing.
niiss V Peachy enterta
:w friends on Monday eva
se present were Misses I
Ware Galt. Sadie Harrison and I
. acn Spexacer. Messrs. John T
BatPeacney.Roy D M. T
Miss Kelley, who has been sp
ing the suxna-aer at
Mc is expected home the a
next week, and Miss
who is at the s-ame resort. -*-.
horne about thc middle of Od
Missas tmrns and Nora P;
Mm. Tba-acaa aad Pearl A. P.
and Joyce Jones spent Ires:
Newport Newsand Norfolk. 1
-uogtoa aad Pear. A
aley bcaaf* oe their way to rei
thru* respective ailla-fti ia Bos
Governor WUistx H. lr!ana ]
througr*. Williaaaaburg Mond
h.s way to Gioacatter. D
superaaaw*taawast of thc honptti
? at tne iraia erith hit arno
anc cairned thc rlia-rimcaithad
to Gaotacester. via Bigiers.
GoKraOff retur&ed to Ric
uoenhcrc Moeday eveaing.
ADVANTAGES OFV J
STATE FAIR [j
-
Richmond. Va . S-rn 18 1912.
"What sre the advantage? ot a !
>ta?e Fa f
Th or. wa* answere c
terdav by President Hr- ? > f
Cinia State Fair.
- advantages of a State Fair."
::ax. "are man>
d is a vast educe- !
tional concern. Young people as !
we., sj lld learn much that will]
rta them in their bc
Taw
nsrrations of the resource? '
:ate and the comma: '
teach What I
farm; armer's boya, but be- '
come
?
has ins the 1
rom thr
oops ac
et effort a
I woman's de
?
on ever-.
at a i
a c
"The i the
il as i
; par.
year.
to tc
great .nterrit t; <cr a:te:
| knc * M p.eas_
i ot a ??
I and
coe I
, wot'. ays.
giv.
a dis
^mber
at an<
Fo
-
B1GLERS NEWS ITEMS
ith
- Bus
mc er sc- he: * er
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in a f
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i at
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Mai
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afc
Asa*] Bi
vier. *?<
...e>
+*&&. ***"? over * ^vc*"*1 cold Mi
\MtA . Grace Simoi
with ]
ts\mm t\r\. Herbert Toorna* has I
;oo*r. confinec to the house sevcra.
Capt. E. W. Irlayr.arc
i
.die, acr. S.mon
'4> Tuesday in Yorktown at court.
air. Dewitt Post spent lao
*** night in Newport Ne*
mm *? Mrs J. C Maynard pet
Issi
tercay after spec
p?*! seri Haxpton at I >pital an*
ay on doc
Sro*c. ?Mann and Dr. Brow
al, met Wittie?athorg. passed throng'
?tobfla j **XMMty Mtoaday._
5 ot 6 doses 660 will brea!
11 ~~ ot CaiLi & Fever; aad if
as a tonic tha Fever ari
Price ?***?.
?*?
j
i ROLL OF HONOR BANK 9
i> ta
Customers' Needs
THE PENINSULA BANK I
'j Oj
U WILLIAMSBURG VA. fj
a 3
| Resources, - $400,0001
u CJ
"J ts
!U fal
ru ru
ru Old, Strong, Reliable ju
ru
and Considerate of
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I COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS AC- jjj
g COUNTS RECEIVE MOST CAREFUL g
| ATTENTION 1
(U ___= fa]
sour facilities and connections!
!are of the bestI
I AND WE'LL BE GLAD jj
jjj TO SERVE YOU \
ru r
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l*?* iOkA.1J-.A JtV ?$ .2' .a^- .>LJi ^-VV.^.^AiJb. s
A. BROOKS,
Genera/ Insurance
Agent.
"2*j> Room No. 3. First Floor,
^Williamsburg Bank Bldg.
?^ WILLIAMSBURG, VA.
Rc?r | Co.n pa a .cs- ?
Marine snd Ylruioln
Mes . ;
.
?eat the 1
?Ja- '
soaltv
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attenti
ir *n * fr? ?* fl ? ft * fr <r >t ft *?ra a yg fl* -y y y y^r
JOHN M. CLARK M) MORE
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w.
..our (
s, of Jami
.?* oned before tl
Ma
tc rtS W.lho
bett. red.r.g thes;
days I Had better take waining.
soc.
>pent
?dasi
aim. J. G. Bohannar, of Petri
-jurg, -.vno has been under the ires
orient of Dr. H. U. Stephenson
Toa no. was this week taken to !
Luke's hospital, Richmond. wh<
ye**- ,ne a"***-**'''*"*-**1 ? success:
ga, m operation, anri is doir.g me?
ier a ?m^^^^^^^^m*^^mmwm^*^m^mtmm*^^m
a%**r*fa*aaTM eau {ft. t hur
a-MinK on r
A, Of
ms fanr. I
ti our
t ar >?
uken
ill Mt
f land wi
two m*i*-*?*f u.?- city; about
ia tumbar, bato nra op-m lan-l. *?
Unas. Will rant tb* opaa land
V B
good tenant. aVpnl/ to or add
b koo KS, wmfaaahBTK, Va
Special Notices.
.
5 fa
e. *
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t-l
?
. snd al!
said firm sam:. *
rs
at
at
St.
pre
cai
ish
LL
I
with:
nehr
L L. ii'
ry of ali
for sanir r.M
KAK.M.
Vs., P
r?>R . in I
r.et uon*
- . ?
all ki
...fry, ca
sell the .and sion*
ss it stands. For urn
Virginia.
H)K ushfls of set
is seed wheat, s
-ns. Apply
. .ilismsburg. Va.,
trw.
thin j
? '??s|jPt)K SALK lu bushels sssd
'tty I Onions. 1 One young mare <
to a { cad. wsyrht snout law yowsd
rsa a ply to W. H. bU'RaSS. s>
a Farm.
RURAL CARRIER EX AM!N\T!ON *
The United Slates Civil 5
? ti
"ommissicn announces an cx-at-nina-.
uintobeheld in Wi1li-*rri-tbure on d
*i -ivember 2. as a r*-u't of which it
> expected to make certification
ill a vacancv in the position of rural *
.mer at WiliiaxsV ur-* Va., and c
>*.her vacancies as they mav occur j r
i rural routes at post ot fices
I City county, unless it shall ber
fd in the interests of the serv t
:j till the vacancv by reinstatement.
? or pronrotion. The ?
-xe salary tor rural carries is
from $600 to $1.0J0 oer annu-n.
A?:e ! ?? on the date
of the examination. The maxim-am
a^e limit is waived in cases of *. er
sons honorat rrom the
ed States niiiitary or naval
service.
-. applicant must have his actual
domicile in the territory supplied by
e in the v or which
rximinatian is announced.
The exam s open to
e citizens of the United States
can co:. j re?
orients.
plication Form 1341. and
? mation con. thc rcq
tl of me examination, can be
red trom thc secinary ot the
. examir. i rr the post.
master at any ot the piacts namtd
? e. or from the U S.
Service Commi-sion, Washington,
D.C.
Applications should be properlv
Bled and f I th the Com
at Washington. As exam;
rn papers are shipped
roon the Comm.s<i*"?'?? to fee pli
t . xi Tarnation, it i* necessary that
itions be received in ;i/ii;
me to arrange for the examination
esired at the place indicated by the
pplicant. The Commission will
ir re! ore arrange to examine anv
pplicant whose application is rr -
eived in time to pt i mit the sh
ncnt ot the nece^stiy papers.
Au eligible register tor the posit.
.1 iet'i r carrier tere* h cou
e maintained. Ajperson must
)e examined in the county in which
ne post office tuat supplies h s
lome is i uated. As a result
cxunination he may bec*,
ehgibie to appoint nent as ri
it any post offije in s.
COU!:'
Mr. G P. Coleman is here on a
short visit to bis tamilv.
J. W. Copeland, ot Dayton. Ohio,
purchased, a bottle oi Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had
a cold, and before the bottle was a.l
used the boy's cold was gone, ls
that not better than to pay a five
doltar doctor's bul? For sale by
all deale:
James Poulson, who lives on
Springfield farm, on the Yorktown
road, three mi cs east of Williams
. sell at public auction
Oct. ll, beginnig at 10 o'clock,
the following personal property:
One Little Giant Threshing machine,
binder, harrows, plows, and all kinds
arm implements; team draft
horses, colt, peanuts, harness, re?
gistered Jersey hogs, fowl, and
eho'd and kitchen furniture.
Terms on sums over $10.
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A Good Many
Good People
buy.
Good Clothi lg
Here
You, Like the Others, Will Find It
l GH
enu*\
. lath
AGood PiacetoBuv Good Goods!
A Suit Purchased Here Will I it Well;
Because Cut and Tailored Right
Will wear Well
Because Made of Good flaterial
Will Look Well
Because Nlnde From the Latest Weaves and
Patterns in The Very Latest Styles
Our'Men's Suits rani*** in ? I
pr Suit. fr.m. Pants of all Styles and 1
Yount* Men's Suits ....$5.Wi to j
Child ?J to $7.00
for men, youn>* men and child*
ren
Come in and seethe Latest Styles and Weaves
u*
Pot*
a >*-ars
i. Ap
?rgr*aa I
LANE & CHRISTIAN
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