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Mr. Job M. Ge.t has entered
^m bia College.
Mrs. Charles Holmes spent Tues?
day in Newport Nears,
Mrs C?mm. of Richmond, ls visit
n*g har taster. Mrs. T. J. Stubbs.
Miss Lottie Garren spent last
we cwtavoad with fn***nds.
Mrs. L M. Henderson left Tuesday
e*ver..ng for Richmood to remain til!
Seturday,
Re -a T. Pitman left Tuesday
for Richmor **nd the Synod
nie
Mr. 1. J. Stanley, who is teaching
in Burren Saturday and
<*
M*r<asrsr D S. Hiiris. Jos. Pars?
ley ana aaulan Smith attended the,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sweeney
who have Tyrer, visiting in Richmood'
Mr. arid Mrs. Henri Mouquie
iav evetinf tor a two weeks'
M ea Ycrk.
j Mrs. E. H. Saur
~ek.
- -trong. of Kingsmill
!
M romond.
who :.as bec
-ned home
Mr -"g. ot astron.
I spend soa**e*rime took
rag.s Mail Farm.
M: -ones, presider
Mewpcrt News Common Conn eil,
spext today here on private betane sa.
Mr. W. O. Strong, who has been
in at the home ol Mr. Joseph Pars?
ley, is o-rte: aad now ic New York.
Miss. Bettie Galt keft om Monday
asghf far New York where sh;
apeud the winter with tbe rest c
fan
Mrs, S: John has gone to Norfolk
aaCtc she will be joined by Mr
jha Sunday, both irtieainf that
i
Re Hoskins of Louis
next Sunday ?*?nr''''*,g and night,
Oe
Mr. and Mrs. k. H. Saunders wil
leave tomorrow for I . f severs
days to tne former's par - buck
ir.?L*:r. oe Ht)
Mrs. E Donnegan returnee
Haa-potl News.
Mrs. E G Boo? and Miss C
ere* ? Mr. act
Mrs. Kee rv W.se
Dr. Rogers H. Galt has accept?
the position of Assistant is tbe Dt
parune: ysics at the S
iBaJaaf HtaaaB.
Mrs. Hugh Cumming, of Ol
nt, has retorned/home ?
snort non ai her father Dr. Booti
a: t\m aVfaM House.
Mrs A.:rec ri. M^es return*
?aX&e Sunday a: ler speadinej. a snonl
?Ml Easign A. H. Mues. who h
beau Saaaneo ii New York.
Miss Margarette Jones retraroi
Sunday from Maa pta i News woe
she spent a very pleasant weex .
truest of her brother T. B. Josta*.
Miss Nina Wigorre and M
br^gi. ?.? -* .c oecr_ laM^aj U
aad Mrs. Robert Hunter have i
tmraad to tatar homes in Ber/
Mrs. James Foaajsoa aad soi
hmtiood Ha: Mot
vant relatives above Richi-oc-i 1
fore going to ruc ir home ia Cnicaj
Miss Mary Meares Gait, wtvo
unded tne University of Chic*
during the ssaMscr sceaioa will
post graduate work this otsosot
Columbia.
Mrs. Charlotte Hubbard. K
Marie Marshall and Miss Ida Fat
?cr itttMraed from Virginia Beach
first of the week. Mrs. Hubb
faa. aad weotroiy sprained one
hex arkies aoout five weeks aifo.
is oaly able to oyoJk s-about s 1
Maa
WIILMTBFU.WDIDATE
Toeoo. Va., Oct 16. 1912
Editor The Gazette:
Several prominent Democrats of
this I eg-, via ti ve District have seen
me in person or by represents
in rrrerence to my beirg a candidate
for the Legislature in 1913. a num?
ber ol tantra expressing the desire to
be a candidate, provided I woula
not be in the race. I aprrrciatr ve
ry much the consideration they have
shown me and think it is due thrm
and others who rr.av smfc to become
caadidav that I
should make a staremer' ugh
the elec*.eo is more thar nth-*
off.
I will not be a candidate for ir?
on to the House c
next year. My professional du
as well a c business, are
such at present as wi.: no: pr
me to be away from home so long a
I want to sav to the pe
e Peninsula that I am indeed
grate them :or their most
generous support in my previous
I appreciate the c.
j in me
- ~.at 1 may at all rimes be
worthy of law em.
Verv tn
H. U.
WILLS-CRAWFORD
A bea u:-.: ul marriage was
Prof, and Mrs.
^st Satai
I
: . Craw
D. C.. bec-;
0!
rremon>
was perforc -
-rch.
remony too
parior beiore az abu c ace
aata-rr. .c^ves, with pedestals
porting candelabra. Tne d
: room decorations were : lagai
? ferns, waite carnations and white
roses, all blendirg h i
*-v**as*ing t*se scene sui*,
tal.
The bridegroom arith his best
arian. Mr. William Cook, of Roches?
ter. N. Y . entered tne parlor first,
then :he maid of honor. Miss Mar?
garet A.bright, of Greensboro, the
attendant/followed by
.er. Mr. Rob
B Cra*.: . r. Salem,
was cr.
Rabi
ll
aid 0!
.iboaor wert - ace
-
rysao
ceremony
M.ss J etta Tl p:an<
- aftt
- Lonee
M foi
? lows r. 8 to 10
"" which tht
*? au: Poiat c:
way to "Sew 'i
ar of sever*, wei
^soro.
-re man;- orse ar.d val uah
Iarec :s.
vny. among tr, j
ss preset Mr. and Mts. I
Mr and M:
?4 of Greensocrc, Mr ana Mrs. Koot
rawford. Mr. rawford,
? ia*to*D-Sa.err., V.
wfor
College; Mi
rt,
^rawford. motz.er or t
rel bride. Waahiattoa.
E H. Proctor, a e frc
io Spotswood Council Jr. O, U. A
^ to the State Ccuocti in session
j,0 Staunton this week, was elected
at
agO
do
lat
Whee you have a bad cold *
liss want the best media inc obtainabk
uk- as to cure it with as latta* delay
,'Otsib-c Here ita druggist's oj
ard oe: "I have sold Chamberla
of Cough Remedy for fitteee yeal
aad says Ea os Loilar of Saratoga. 1
itta-t'*'aad ccaaider it thc batt on
I market " For sale by ail
State V*a-e-Coooci*or. which is ta
to the highest henor is thc
the order.
laal
ROLL OF HONOR BANK
I THE PENINSULA BANK
ft) WILLIAMSBURG VA.
rn
I Resources, - $400,000
?
ra Old, Strong, Reliable gi
g and Considerate of
I
g Customers' Needs
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| commercial and savings ac- {
| counts receive most careful g
1 attention i
(our facilities and connections!
Iare of the bestI
I AND WE'LL BE GLAD g
g TO SERVE YOU g
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M OaO/^iOaW^O R:?rcscntiat tbe foUo**-iaj> Companies* '
Mm D tl U U MX. Of Marine and Virginia
Ulchmond. Va.
^ . ne ot New York. Hamburg Bremen
**S( benemi insurance arleta inion. Fenna-vlYania Fire "a
^ Fire Aatociatr ftdelphia I alau
Anent represent the Fidelity and Depoalt C
?w) *ycin ..... of Mart-land and the Fidelity and Ca
Sf /Toom */-, 3. First floor. "Jj; ?. wbea
** A/lUiamsbiirg Bank Bid. bond or indemnity o . ?*
* WILLIAMSBURG. VA. ' **" ?
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Telephone 83L
W Llli
Ht received another .ot or "Old
L en" paper, with enveloper!
to _lo*ah te,
metter for the money
a 30c per pout.d. Envelope
s, '50 in box; 20c per box.?Jas. H
rt. Stone.
at
Special Notices.
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as
"Xt mY retat*". I va/arn ali
keep oft* reaaaleee ea
Uae law. an : ,* doge wj
Aaa
fer Use Caab.
: ax>
ft. ? hmann and '
tarma have baan eoed.
? t>y warnrd v
piae*- ? -w. V
new have gavorae warde-ne.
PaH
in's
ad.
tx.e
rs.
Oar* bay Mar*-. 7 ymt
cad f rora 1U> poun<
-a aaogie or double, gentle, eaa
dnv*-u by lady. A poly to T.
OUaMIaNTS, HalaUada Point.
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Va.
I
city; at
en land,
open li*
goo* t"j or
i.burK. Va.
mi
y at th
O
against
ser.r Watts sa.
arr- i ard a
settle. J. I
ng.fisl
\TTti WI
Ba
uer is hereby Kiv*-n th
the lat*- ti rm of J anea &
has been. b>
aii<l all li
said brm aaeumed by A. Jain
i'la thia ?Jrd day
riber. li*.
A. JAM
..NIsROUC
POR aa hou
with large lot
near th?- App.y U? NOi
.1. I. HE
. i ED. Poultry of all kinds. Ca
t>aid for aan..- KM I'll
I ARM, Winiamabui
Va., 1'. 0, Box -
FOR SALL My y in Brut
diatrict : 663 acrea, gt
rnrr and t?uudinga, aaw mill, la
ll, and planing mill, all kinds
ry, cattle, mules. *?
. the land alone or all
rter aa it stands. Jr or terms i
onces ae* T. E. FENNE. Magrud
Virginia _
buahela of aaad o
aatd GO bushel, aeed wheat, all t
ia. Apply to
meburg. Va
Va- rn
REPORT OF CIT! AUDITOR
For Quarter Ending September 30th,
1912, Showing the Receipts and Dis?
bursements,
.
24
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31
31
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21
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*? 30
Aug.
Continued from page three
Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Phone for Mayor.$
" Sergeant. . .
" " Police.
Court House.
Champ Blizzard. 42 hrs. work at 14 cts.
Ed. Miller, weeks work on cart.
City Livery, ll hrs. work cutting grass.
City Livery use of wagon 14 days.
J H Leath. Judge of Primary, etc.
B E Brooks, Judge of Primary, etc .
Champ Biizzard. 40 hrs. work at 14 cts.
Ed Miller weeks work on cart.
Champ Blizzard, 50 hrs. work at 14 cts... .
Ed. Miller, weeks work on cart. .
J B WiUins & Co. 4 shoes on mule.
J B Wilkins & Co. 1 shaft & 7 links chain .
Virginia Gazette, 600 election tickets.
printing 500 envelopes.
Champ Blizzard, SO hrs. work at 14 cts .
John Buckner, weeks work on cart .
E M Lee, clerk of election, June 11th. ....
K E Donegan. clerk of election. June 11th . .
Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co
Phone for Mayor.
ber,*eant.
" Police ...
Court House.
John Buckner, weeks work on cart ....
Commission ot lunacy over Mrs. Eva Davis, neld June 15
H D Cole. Justice of the Peace..
Dr. D J King.
Dr J M Henderson.....
R D Wilkins. Sergeant.
Commission ot lunacy over Wm. Dandridge held July 27
E W WarDurton, Justice ot the Peace.
Dr. D J. Kuh:
Dr. J M Henderson.
..ns, Sergeant. .
K D Wi.kins. -ailer tor Board.
John Buckner, weeks work on cart.
Champ Biizzard, 48 hrs. work at 14 cts.
Virginia Gazette, printing primary ballots . ...
printing poll tax list
publishing quarterly repor:
Champ Blizzard, 6J hrs. work at 14 cts ...
Ed Miller, weeks work on cart
N L Henley, fine returned.
K D Wilkins, com. on this acct, co date.
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5 60
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18 75
8 40
500
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16 73
$ 411 48
Respectfully submitted,
P. R. SAVAGE
City Auditor.
Staterr. I .ership. Management, Circulation, etc., of The
Virginia Gaze.te published weekly at Williamsburg, Va., required by the
Act of August 24, 1912.
Editor, W. C. Johnston Williamsburg, Va.
Publisher, W. C. Johnston, Williamsburg. Va.
Known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holders, holding
1 per cent, or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securi?
ties: The Peninsula Bank, Williamsburg, Va.
W. C. Johnston, Owner, etc
Swomto and subscribed before me this 2dth day of September 1912.
T. H. Geddy.
Se Clerk of Court.
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if
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