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Virginia gazette. (Williamsburg, Va.) 1893-192?, October 17, 1912, Image 6

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Atlantic Hotel
Norfolk. Va.
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ern Iraproof o ~**o--ac:ka*- Cloaa ts* ail
aaaab
?abeetraav
Xhe hamrt mt lite s*3opsvts\a
aad
a.- J
$1 Per Dsy-Pri\ ilene Bath
$2 Per Day wi tia Private Bath
?a* OOtd
?*r*e'r ??*r. r .*? ? * . *"---.... as geed
a at 0-oubla the prloa.
PttSi I CAE** B*'H8 ON EVERY FLOOR.
***Wr rsrOaa-r paaxtl-ra*aTt--e a-xt rae- r*a*aXl***-ca write
F. M *CRT. M**-x. AtaajatJc BarateL
.OFER LIQUOR CO., Lc
//J; J I 1?S AND Lt JJ JD,
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laca
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"Cardui Cured Me
jj
ut, at ? Mrs. *
of Trea . suffered w
ggyt taft 1 took down and thought I would d*it I
could not steep. I I had pair.
dxrr^xx^ gavt ::.-: ip. I read tr.'. C rdul hal helped to
anny, and I 1 C-ardui
saved icy , 1 can do anything.1*
^*> TAKE Yh0
wARDUl WomansTonic
If yoe are weak, tired, worn-out, or suffer from any of
xT to wei.k_ women, as headache,
backaJ.e, dogg. g^MmWm M SfS, ;.-..::?? in ar;:.. ?iJc, Mp
or limb*, r sytn; womanly trouble, you
should e won. .epared fr*-rn per?
fectly h?*xnnlt ingredients, Cardui is tnt best
?remeJ e. as it can c* nothing but good
lt oon*tartaS no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-ettects.
u He sells and recot*nmends Cardui
Wltemrr L***sW ddrnwary Peat. Caa<1ani-a-a ****-*?*? Ca.. Oasftss a "gk, T-ataa,
li. Bli finis ?* ii n'-r a*'-*?*** ****??"" .-***? ***?" '-?"? J ??
I
KISS JONES WINS !
THIRD COUNT
LEADERS ARE GOING AHEA1
LARGE VOTE POLLED
?he most exciting lap rte
0 trw i
months ago Altho g n d
'or the
B out. h * all
| i i ll ? i the
ved
I
was
c er, ? th*
- i
arith
up W
Up to
? ot
ona. hos
I
?
:c b
m
.
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et are what count
?
. No
r I
-
.OOO extra vc.es ma
?ng i total of 12,200.
:. rene .va', s .
. 6.000 extra ed
ts, a bc
Fe: tl paid I
40.0OU
For
a total ol 135.000 anil be given
: of I
Margaret Jose
Miss
.
.
.ontest to date.
.Miss Margaret
Mis- .
Mi: .anson.
Simonson
...18
I Miss Manna L-ath
? Sweeney.
? Jones.
Miss Agnes Morecock
Thc mcrcBi
C J. Person.
Ro. L S
VV. A. I
K al
James H. S'one.
I Dominion Variety
fie Sons, ''two st<
A Rapid Counter.
aaa wakeful ann
aa to count and keep oe
lng tote bs went to sleep. A
quiet for about aa hour, was
called "Namma!"
-Well. daer, what ls lt*
"Wbat coates after UiiUoas?
m IN GOLD IN
OF PIANO CONTEST
D BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS.
ON SPECIAL COUNT
3IN1I
-^J. M. Bar
I make* . rvery
e
:r
bo
PICKL'NG
likes to
?
?
tole:
To Athout Cook?
ing.?
x all to
i
using.
-
a teaspoonf
! P. dd mv,
Canned P~
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r
I
?
? wa
ter ? rs a larg<
nuart of
r ore
io wing; sea
i
Ri the fo
i al - Jar
choppe<
?>I>ed re
ur ti
?
-
of grat?
IO Ul
itS.
S~sC&~i?-4#t??>
475
.500
..75
give
The Rubber
Boot for Yoi
BG3T
V/ARRIOR'
HUB
BOOT
"HubWairior.V
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raora'1 ,
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10 RELICS HMD
pses of E I f? in Egypt
Are Unearthed.
i
Remarkable Discoveries Made by Prof. <
Edcu.-rd Neville at Abydos and Its
Nelfjhbcrr.ood?One of Richeet
Sites In Old World.
Ca' lng Riinipeee ,
I
tl the s* e Egypt
itlon
i>f the sr
?
?
and s grote.
vaaea Jugs In
tho great
was ? trace*1 of
Abydos is one of I ;ites
?pies
week of this ax
?hat much re?
ta to b?- afore the *
~;s ls revealed. On one
*a rro
ge. ths re
ad a lit*'.'
a of
e archaeologist
has been d'
- a pr eh le?
is ancient Hf" were found en the
site of a hui
a rubbers
lb for bread, sword spi
.lettes for
knives.
aa of
. e all the h e ol
gina)
owners.
e primitive men **-.re no meat
ks Nie ii a of a c
a aa
i
The Domestic Furniture of 5000 B. I
Dinner Trays and a Water Dipper
aa] on < tins a pi
an e
?
ure of i
e late N<
?
el and some fish hooka,
important find In thia a
was a furna* tor ba
of wh
the origl
ro.
rtant of
Hon \
ort
was a great t
.ng of a ]
j to halls and chambers. '
rk of F
of the I
rhs passage are i
il stones and
'lng the passage
gh the gutei
. . one a
' playing draui
form of anln
tion of t ? rr an
ry fine. The walls of
are of I nt llinest
riutifully eu*
Hons The . ll has a hat
a, faced
was four
it there la little doubt th
for a time until rem
kinna at Th?
re lt was found a few years i
ENDS A MOTION PHOTO Fl
Montclair, N. J., Lets Amusement
ccrns in After a Debate of
Two Years.
Meatciatr, K. J?After debatln,
.ire,
il haa derided to gn
K picture sh<
Tl., applicant will i
on bia trunding an i plan
will pay a fee a year
vau?:? . noes ulll L
?for th*
I*ao years Montclair has enjoye
ie honor g the onlj
of Its else in the country wii
-*K pict urea.
More Wornsn Uss Alcohol.
Trondon.?According to a
made to the Eugenics Coogre
I rr. Max nan, chief of tba Parla
ireau. alcoholism e,"^"! 1
la Increasing icarlja.
JUEER FIREFLIES IN JAPAN
nsects Ar* Much Larger In Nippon-*
eas Country Than Here and Ar*
Worshiped by Lover*.
?*?~~ ?
TeX yo. Japan ?In Japan, says Si
foya in the Strand, fireflies are mor*
han mere baM'ib-s. They are Cur s
light to -. * ls of an>
ra, thc devil's ana* ?
magic -cold -sith a tint of I
th* Japanes* see stars of hope,
->. (ba ?
tc spirits of warriors, l> t
of all the joy of love and lovers
tbe git'
faint sr aaa light of fir* tl irs ho\ ?
the
*j?* of night the Japanes I
of l?>vaa and loving hearts. '!
of fireflies ls the guide nf la"**-***** |Olag
g the narrow patha through tho
.
?o
le
ao
iro
?a
An
lg*
ak
Ich
ii al
tho
sus
mb
rtfV
>ng,
I*he
Exo
r*ov
in
i ot
I of
tbe
-hu
isis,
e-an
tho
one,
crlp
h of
Tan
st lt
?b**s,
100.
GHT
Con
g the
the
int a
>w In
if-aaai
t and
No
^ al
) past
d the
f city
tb u*
report
ss by
lna.au
a-OU.ajn
Typical Japanest Garden.
rice f. uk nights to meet tl
?
Thc Ja;'a.:..'Re flrefllos ar* much
- and mora
>>eeu in
rope or / In old day** rr.any
ta, unable to buy
flif fi iee
In a ba** I
re),
placed on the
-n/c the tr?*es In
as bright a
Hnterne, bul
ind dreai:
a hore In
Japan. Tb. y ure not at all afraid et
nd *-.ill often alight
on the hair
and* lr fire*
s or sle^ i
.-? sleep
r tho j' 'f grasses near
In this state thaiy
I as soon as the
sun sink billa
: 'gins to
and
?
-.nd vii
| lure
until I
t
to fl.
?
I ;ona
Wb tha
'
. aro
itlng
i
- ..ick
?
Y. M. C "FSET RIDERS
Association Hires Clergyman snd Cora
net Sola,.-, .w.* St. Louis Street
Service.
St. n effort to offset
of Sunday
..nula
Y. M n automobile
lol st for us*
. .. \ aft*
viii proceed
slowl .hf ares
used by "Joy rider*." With th?*
the car aili
:. lt is boped, by
ving auf. ? I
suffi *d has t t< ! th*
mluinter -will . -atb ob*
? plan is to I**cb both tb* autoa
mob: il the crowds that
\e to see the gajj
parties whiz ;
BARS HIGH SCHOOL FRATS
SL Joseph, Mo., Board of Education)
Requires Students to Sign Non
membership Pledge.
8L Joseph. b* school board]
bas put ;. ... ???? la
la. All students en
M-hools must sign a
will not Join any
fraternities or sororities. Expulsion
will be the penalty for a violation oi
QM pied..--.
Accused of Cruelty to a Lobstsr.
I ? While contending
that he could not aay whether or not
a lobster ls an animal, Magl.itrate
Hagger ty has held John Mauth-saur
for trial. The Humane aoclety accuaog
tbe latter of being cruel to a lobster.
Worms Destroy Property.
Washington.?An army of worms
have destroyed $8,000,000 worth of
property In the south and In som*
Instances have congregated on raft*
roads In such numbers a* to stop
r**mjm\ avjUatruitt^ to aa official report!*

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