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THE VIRGINIA GAZETTE
WILLIAM C JOHNSTON, - Editor and Propric
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A GET-T06ETHER SENATE.
at tit mi? ned by i v't Wilson io?
wan! the in .rty that have not alwaji
>gressive m bringing them iu Kine with Um new admini?
stration which it sos ll have Hm i rapport
of all Democrats iu that hotly. Mr. v> ILkMI has before bun
a nea id to perform it well aud in accordance with
the parry pl .. will require the cooperation of the Con?
gress. With a slight majority in the senate, it is necessary
rat in that I -laud faithfully by the
Mr. Wi leon realizes that his party must "live up to i ti
pledges'" il y detail, lt were better to fulfil tl
^iges and theu fail than tu iguore them and meet witt
ovid ol Um pi it thc poliatwi rs benn
wbeu a new I m will he elected. Tb* nt t
:uction in tbe tariff, a genuiner- idownward. Tha'
w * upon willoh Tuft and tb D parn
? would be a ?liud politician who h -
tt only progti b ould til
?u in th'
uly pi - ii**
thtr ti: :or this the country shoub
ajcntniu- th the spirit of Um tunes. Th
more tbe count r - aud the more it hears of Mr. Vs
I aust uphol
- but wh ha -
Ooubt now but tliat it will be lound supporting all tb
?--sive mea- socratic part \ stand
BETTU SPIRIT TOWARDS SCHOOLS.
P-mbfic ~ ntimeut toward public schools ha- at tl
f low* - in \\ illianMbnrK from time immemoriti
Years;.- loyal spirits begai a
ns and r-ouf. build here a publ
?ol bu ut for tb le of that ad tl
future * thought mo
b.et boot tb M -eutlineut
E - r was it tiiat i: at ths
go the j tl of tbn High B
aatked fora suia > muk ti ve tin
- - T
. non prc. aiou
Baked for was refuse
lasting credit of the < . :uty
a later meeting and promptly gu\
to a | -?cbool os good u the d tl
* within the or ts
also i tbat t rs are willing to paj for t
necessity and tbat they wia be satisfied witn nothing 1
tn beat. Our :. k) p
it* secured it by their o
dliatnsburg anil not trail ii* in matter." m> v
to their own il
rat SLUiSD FARMERS' AICTIO.S.
?u next .Saturday tl riment on X.
melli Auction plan. * ill be Cried out fa nd from iu
suit** will be settled tbe cou rae to be ki J rn the fut
ktrittSffl ir iutere- ttnethini
and the p?*opie generally pa
no doubt be made permanent aud trill be held more
quent ly than Ks tne pact. 1 -tess suggested that 1
t&d twice ? month, one lor live stock, Ut
produce, the other for general article*, such as farm in
lu en ts. houaeiioid goods, etc.
Judging trom indications tbe approaching sale wi
a co a j Die te success Tne farmers and local people are b
ing iu their li??* daily and many have signified tfesir ii
tion of attending aa purch ioe:
e plan to hold a ag of farmer* shoul
produ A mutual advautage to the people of I
and country. We need a better understanding m
-?er cooperation. The fat need us aud we neet
fanners, tininess naen of Williamsburg are sam
working for the growth of tbe entire am ty,
appreciate the v-due of tbe farmer. Hut the people <
town waut to learn how thejr eau be more useful iii
inoting the general welfare. 1 hey ao* desirous of ge
a line on the needs of the fanner* fro ca their view f
and that is ths object of the joint meeting, intereetet
will attend this meeting.
Let uh h-enr tit mind that?'
??ommuniTy. arni that wo
our utatt? to put forth the br
without aim. little
aoi-xMuplish-*---*.. hut nil working
th-** tiiiti-oti are nitn<
hatushurjtr uti-l sui 1 -a.-n1d.n-2
opportunity to a*ccompli>h
The City Council should not in?
vite trouble by '.ega. r cg the roller
skste xmisscce. For several vet ts
the town hts gotxn tloog betutifully
arithout this privilege, snd sre cannot
see where it hts injured our boys
tnd giris. They htve ample room
for pity tne healthy exercise with?
out engaging in t ptst time thst msy
result in disaster to some one. It
M t f ru; ti ol source ot rt ce trou?
ble for art tia knosm exactly whit
I roilow when our white children
engage in the amusement. On our
narrow sidewalks there is h
room for pedestrians, so why. after
-ese years, suddenly reopen a
on that has been pleasantly and
generally satisfactorily settled
were s lsrge congested city,
then there would be srgument fox
petitioners Under present con
c.tiors there is no more to be said
ivor of roller scating than in bi
l -riding on the sidewalks. Lei
us let uc . er.ougb alone.
"The Idle Reporter. *n R
ajr.esterman, hts been appointee
tha State Board of Edu
cation. His newspaper friend:
throughout the state are glad tba
his worth has been duly appreciated
He carries to the office a ripe ex
perience and we doubt not will mak
a splendid record for himself. W
cor.gratu.ate tne board upon its -ans
The Democratic party need es
peet co quarter from the "Sugi
Senatorb t we may not nee
? to rid the country of a tari]
on sugar. Good Lord, deliver i
from statesmen ? I of the Lousiar
TOANO NEWS NOTES
Toano. Vs.. Jan. 14?Mr. S i
Hankins continues iii at his hon
Rev. J. E. White and wire ha
?iuite sick but -sre are glad
know they are both convalescent.
Tee of the Toano Hi|
School hope to be in their ta
ling in s short time. It's woi
.cg a distance to see
Mrs AW. Jennings give s l
o'clock dinner on Saturdsy in hoi
of the bride and groote. Mr. a
Mrs. J. M. Jennings. Thc
td were Mr. and Mrs. J.
Jennings. Rev, J. E. White a
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cow]
Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Gatewood. R
orth, and Mr. and Mrs. Art
Miss Katherine Marston, daugc
of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Marston
quite sick at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Poa
of Oriana, sre visiting the latt
mother. Mrs. Harry Clay.
Next Sunday. Jsn. 19. being
anniversary of the birth of the g
Confederate chief tain. Gen. Ro
E. Lee. appropriate memorial I
ices will be hei-dst the Wii.iamil
Methodist church st eight o'c
p. rx.. The cnoir trill render s
special music, sud the dosing h
will be: 'My Country 'us of Th
i"be pastor. Di. J. T. Whitley,
deliver s sermon on the sub
"General Roden E. Lee. sn C
(Mot to Cnnst-anity." There
oe nothing in tbe service or sei
that could off .-od the sensibility
good people trom any section o
comrBoo country. Robert E.
oeloegs not to the Soutn only,
to thc whole country, gad is sdi
everywhere. The public is c
ally invited to this service. Co
era ie veterstat sod Daughters <
Confederacy especially welcocc
If your chUdreo sre subjc
attsclts of croup, wstch for the
-ytnptom. booirreoeM. Give C
berism'sCo-oajh Re-mod y ss sc
ths child becomes boom sa
attach: may be warded oU Ft
hw all maiats
ach has a part to perform in
owp it to ourselves and to
Lit that in m us. Singly and
of permanent good can br
together for a eons mon end,
i mit less. The people of Wil
country Hf sr had n better
great good than at this
FROM TUESDAYS FUT HAT
The College German Club gave ita
Christmas german Friday night
in the Gymnasium. The attendance
waa large, considering tht* nearness
of the mid year examinations.
The evening was ideal for dancing.
Music -was rendered by Schmidt's
orchestra and. as usual, it waa voted
the best. The occasion was
bright and enjoyable.
Col. James Christian and Miss
Emily Christian led. Thoee dancing
wer Christian and Miss Em
Christian; Mr. and Mra. Spencer
Lane; Dr. and Mrs. J as -ion;
Mies Wilkinson with Prof. Snow;
Mrs. Miles with Prof. Ferguson:
Miss Barnes with Prof. Koontz;
Miss Moncure with Prof. Goodwin;
Miaa Mary Henley Spencer with E.
L. Wright; Miss Laura Spencer with
J. L. Tucker; Miss Martha Spencer
with P. L. Witchley; Mra. Bartlett
with B. D. Peachy. Jr.; Mies Eliza?
beth Macon with T. C. Tilley; Miaa
-a Macon with E. B. Thomas;
Miaa Marston, of Toano. with Mr.
Van Horne; Miaa Mary Ware Galt
with S. H. Hubbard. Jr.; Mist Susie
Galt with Mr. Adams; Miss Rather
?ddy with E. S. Hutchinson;
Miss Jernigon. of Norfolk, wit:
B. Geddy. Jr.. Miss Florrie Batten,
of Isle of Wight, with A. T. Lea th -
erbury. Jr.; Miss Claudia Brooks
with L. F. Games. Jr.; Miss Sadie
Harrison with Brent Wells; Miss
Eubank. of Richmond, with J. H.
Brent; Miss J etta Thorpe with Vt.
mers; Miss Louise Inman with
R. F. Cox; Miss Virginia Brown, of
Norfolk, with L. Jones; Miss Beniah
Brooke with Dr. Hall; Miss Alice
Ware with Thad Hall; Miss Thelma
Brown with Mr. Cecil Watts.
Stags: Spindle. Christi. !\ H.
Hankins. Lane, Vernon Geddy. F.
R. Hynson. Bowen.
aperonee: Mesdames Barnes
Brown, Henley. Davie.
ut fifty teachers from th<
:ies of New Kent. Charle*
James City. York. Warwick and tb
city of Williamsburg met at Wiiliar
and Mary last Friday and held i
?ing meeting. The poi
pose of the meeting waa to take th
-sary steps toward a iran gi m
for a school fair, together with ath
and literary contests,
held here on April 25th. lt is ej
pected that fully a thousand peopl
will be present on this occasion, ar
that through them adjoining coui
be brought in much dos*
contact with affairs at William ar
Among the speaker* of the mee
inn sara. Jackson Davis ai
T. B of the Department
Public Instruction. Each gave i
excellent talk on the arrangeme:
of achool faire.
At a meeting of the Philomathe
Literary Society the following m
ned for the Cameron H
contest: P. Lewis Witchley, read'
H. A. Campbell, declaimer; H.
Carter, debater; H. L. Harris, o
tor. A poet will be selected lat
the next regular term t
Philomathean haa chosen the 1
lowing officers: H. R. Hamilt
-tident; E. E. Givens, vice-prt
dent; J. D. Huffines, secretary;
Lewis Witchley, literary -ritic;
C. Warburton, parliamentary cri
F. C. White, corresponding sex
tary; Mitchell. censor; P.
Elcan. chaplain; Scott, hall ks
H. L. Womack and H. A. Cai
ball, executive committee.
At the regular meeting of
Phoenix held Saturday night the
loving maa wara choaen office ra
next term: President. C. H. Sci
moen, vice-president; J. R. McA
ter; aecretary, L. E. Scheie; cor
ponding aecretary. C. A. Scott;
erary critic. A. A. Brodowaki;
liamentary critic, F. M. Bar
chaplain, J. F. barnes, sergeant
arma, A. L. Maddox; executive c
mittee. Lewie Jones, J. L. A
and J. R. Hubbard.
The students boarding in the
ell dormitory mat and organized
?wall Club with the following
Seen: President. J. F. Barnes; I
preatdani, Lewis Jonee, sec re <
kl E. Givaaa; treasurer, E. M.
di son. chaplain. Garnett.
Tbe TeUaferro Club haa orgai
and selectad aa ita ofheers: t
OmoU C. C. Crockett, vice-prea*
H. A. Prilliman; aecretary, W
Stone, traaeoror. L. M. Savag?
The Eastern Shore dcb roo
iaad laat weak with W. E. So
praaidant, Ed. Addison, vice
mott I* M. Savage, tocrt
Chesapeake ?& Ohio R'y. j
8oa?<ltt>?te ta taa Wast. ye
Effective Noe. -M. 1WL rn
Fast Vestibuled Traine. PaHatCar* to mt
Wchroond. Pullman Sleepers** Louie
ville. Cincinaatf.-Chica-*- ****??*. \m
wgaiaatmrv hauy trains ol
Lv. Williamsburg 10:32 a. m.. aad 6:32 di
p. m. Direct connections for all w
poinU Weat, Northwest and South
west. J R
Fast Tram* tar waassn "Sews, Osteal** wm rr
Lv. Williamaburg 9:58 a. m.. and 4:58,"
tecait tar Sswssrt Wears.
Lv. Williamaburg 8:58 a m., 6:29p. rn.
locals tor Rfchm******
ir. Williamsburg: m. 6-06 p. m.
B. 13. WOLFE
Offer* hi* service* to th** Public. Will
CITY OR COUNTRY
Phone No. 28
Willie rnmt>*urg, - Va.
I will be at my office tn the
City of **aaVilliorri-*?t)tjrjr
Peninsula Ba-uik Building
To receive tax aa for the City of Wil?
liamsburg and County of James City.
S. S. HANKINS. Trea*urer
Farm and Garden,
Our New Descriptive Catalog
is Killy up-to-date, giving descrip?
tions and full information about
the best and most profitable
seeds to grow. It tells all about
Grasses and Clovers,
Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats,
Cow Peas, So ja Beans,
Thc Best Seed Corns
and all other
Farm and Garden Seeds.
Wood's Seed Catalog Has
lons; been recognized as a stan?
dard authority on Seeds.
Mailed on request; write for ih
T. W. WOOD ?r SONS,
SLLDSME.N. RICHMOND. VA.
Here is ? remedy that will chic
mr cold. Why waste time aod
oney experimenting when you can
rt a preparation that has woe a
orld-wide reputation by its cures
: this disease and can always te
upended upon? It is known every
here as Chamberlain's Cough
emedy, and is a medicine of wal
iciit. For sale by all dealers.
Will pay om&h fop stand
[low Pine Timber ri
nc hos anvl lar- ii the
(tamp, any B th
milefi ol railroad. Will
i purchase lumber and
mino props, cash when
led on oars. Ad<:
Fleming Brothers Lumber &
>\anuf act urina Co., Inc.
IUNMDENTS & CKAVESTJNfiS
' lie ??**??? La r-icust
freight h nd etookiutti?
guaranT U South, il
safo deliv- 11^1 lustra tod
t\. 9r*9 '-'ttMio^
\te limper ftrble Wor^
150 to i63 Bank S*.,
NORFOLK - VA
DR. C H. DAVIS,
Peninsula Bank Building
Am* y-ar !>**-.a*a*?a? for CnZ-CnSS-TgS * A.
DIAMOND B*TaN*L> rx*U-S m Kio mnd/j\
Coi d mr ,-?, aral/M with BiuKOl
?ibbon. Ti'l MO OIDM. B>f -TTtuV/
n-f**a*-rt*_ mm* *?*. fop cnixa2a-T*ti? yr
?UMO!ID liunu riLLK, (->r Iwrotr-la
Tear* rc tr* rad ci ra B-r-t. Safest. A* way* R tl labia.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
fi&L EVERYWHERE S&15
1 They interlock and overlap each other in auch a -way that the
hardest driving rain or snow cannot aift under them.
WrJn't pulaate or rattle in ?wind-storr-na. They're alao fire-proof, -will
teat aa lona; ea the building, and never need rep-air*.
*v. ?* have local repreaentativea almost everywhere, hut if none in your
imr.ed-ate locality, -write ua direct for samples, pncea and full particulars.
CORTRIGHT METAL ROOFING COMPANY
50 North 23d Str-aat Philadelphia, Pa
"Please Send It Right Away!1
44 Is this Walter's Drug Store? Well, 1 wish
you would refill that last prescription of Dr.
Robin's and send it up right away. I find that
there is only a little of the medicine left. You
will attend to it at once, won't you, please?
Thank you so much."
The busy housewife often finds it necessary to
use the Bell Telephone in calling the druggist.
lt's so convenient, such a comfort, and cost
THE CHESaKPEAlCE AND POTOMAC
A. BAAKE, Manaor,
Cssss-essltt a PrtrmM TiUpMM Qemaama