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THE VIRGINIA GAZETTE
Eatablishsd 1/36 bv William Parks First to Publish ths Declaration o* Indap-sn lanes. W. C Johnston, Editor end Pubtlshsr
VOL. 175 (Old Series.) VOL XX. (New Series.) NO. 40 WILLIAMSBURG. VA.. FEBRUARY 27. 1913. $1*50 PHI YaaAK
SHORT PARAGRAPHS 0
WEEK GATHERED
WHAT YOU AND YOW Ntl
WILLIAMSBURG A
The Rev. John C. Ambler, who
deiiverd a very interesting address
on Japan st Bruton Parish church,
also spoke to the students of the
college on the History and Progress
of Japan. Mr, Ambler has been a
missionary in Japan for nearly a
quarter of s century.
? Di. Hamilton Holt, e.'.tor of the
New York Independent, will deliver
sn sddress to the students of Wil?
liam and Mary in the chapel on the
night of March 4. He will speak
on the International Peace Move?
ment. Public invited.
* Mr. W. A. Apperson spent last
Monday in Richmond where he went
on matters political.
What have you done toward
making tbe next Farmer's Auction
the success that it promises to be?
Have you sent in your list yet? If
not. do so before Saturday at twelve
o'clock. Let us make this next sale
the banner auction.
Msssrs. H. D. Cole, John Jones
and Spencer Lane, who have been
grand jurymen in the Federal court
at Norfolk, spent the week-end with
their families, returning to Norfolk
the first of thc week.
* A thief stole a gallon of whiskey
from a drayman at the depot Issi
Saturday night, much to the disgus
of the colored driver, who had it tc
pay for, snd the disappointment o
some fellow who wanted his grog.
Mrs. B. D. Peachy has returnee
from a week's stay in Washingtoi
and Baltimore. Her daughter. Mis
^Virginia, who accompanied her, wa
quite sick for several days, but i
better now. She is with relatives i
Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. .Archie Brooks ex?
pect to leave the first of the wee
for Washington to visit their daugl
tcrs, Misses Edna and Lula, and 1
attend the inauguration of Preside:
Wilson.
M. 0. Elton bas sold his farm
James City county to a Mr. Nelsi
from the West, the price paid beii
$4,500. Mr. Elton and family ha
gone to Montana to locate.
, Willie Williams, a colored bc
stole $12 from John Williams, al
colored, in James City county a fi
days ago. Justice Marion Da1
tried the case at Norge Saturday a
gave the boy's father the option
soundly whipping his son or ha vi
him sent to the reformatory. Wi
was whipped to the entire satisf;
tion of Justice Davis and given
freedom. He had spent $11 of 1
stolen money.
Dr. E. T. Gatewood snd Paul D
coll, of Toano. were in Williamsb
Monday afternoon, having cc
down by automobile. The ar
made the roads dangerous and tl
had great difficulty in keeping
of ditches.
The second snow storm of
winter visited this section Monc
starting st an early hour,
ground was nearly covered, but
snow melted almost ai fast ss it
Mr. Z. G. Durfey. of the S
sroad force, spent a few days here (
Mrs. Durfey.
Prof. T. J. Stubbs, of the Wil
and Mary faculty, wac conf
to his bed b> sickness the firs
the week. He was unable to st
his sister's funeral in Glouo
county Sunday for that reason*
Attorney Frank Armistead i
last Friday in Norfolk where he
a casa in tba United Sates di
F NEWS OFTHE PAST
FOR BUSY READERS
GHBORS ARE DOING IN
ND ELSEWHERE
Congress has awarded Paymaster
William VV. Galt, of Norfolk, a
medal for heroism, inscribed as
follows: Awarded to Paymaster
VV. W. Galt. U. S. Navy, tor extra
ordinary heroism, April 26, 1898,
in bringing in a launch from Kow
Loon to Mirs Bay the Raleigh's
pump, without which she could not
have engaged in the battle of Manilla
Bav with both of her engines."
Paymaster Galt is a brother of Chief
Engineer Robert VV. Galt. U.S. N..
retired, and Miss Annie Galt, of this
city.
A team of horses belonging to Mr.
IB. F. Wright, of York county took
| fright at a train at the depot one day
I last week and ran away. The fright
! ened animals collided with a tele
! graph pole and were stopped in their
mad flight, with little or no damage,
except to knock down the pole.
Miss Elizabeth Bayton Stubbs,
sister of Prof. Thomas Jefferson
Stubbs, of this city, died in her
home. "Valley Front." Gloucester
county, last Siturday morning. She
is survived by her sister, Miss Mattie
Stubbs. Hon. J. N. Stubbs and Dr.
W. C. Stubbs, of Gloucester, and
Dr. T. J. Stubbs, of Williamsburg
The funeral took place from thi
ancestral home Sunday and inter
ment was in the family buryin,
ground near by.
Mrs. W. H. Braithwaite, who ha
been visiting her daughters, Mn
John Long and Mrs. George Beale
Jr., in Johnstown. Pa., is now wit
her daughter. Mrs. L. M. A Haugr
wout in Meadville. Pa. Mrs. Braiti
waite, who was not well when sb
left here, is much improved by h<
trip, though not entirely recovered
Dr. James Southall! Wilson, <
the William and Mary faculty, ha
as his guest Monday and Tuesda
Mr. Robert Haden Sbouffler. a cc
legemate of Dr. Wilson at Princeto
Mr. Sboufiler is an author of no!
among his books being one on trav<
called "Romaatic Germany."
volume of poems entitled the "Sci
'O the Earth," and "Roman
America," a serial now running ii
magazine.
Mr. G. P. Coleman, assistant St;
highway commissioner, spent Si
here with' his family.
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DEPORTED FOUR LUNATICS
United States Immigration
spector W. R. Marton at Norfolk 1
just completed the deportation
four alien lunatics, who had b
committed to the Eastern Si
hospital as public charges.
All were young persons. Tl
were foreigners who had come i
America and it ?vas not shown t
they were not in a demented coi
rion when they arrived.
All four were sent back to tl
homes in the old country. Two a
Russians, one a Greek and the four
Roumanian.
The deportation of these un
?-*-?*. ?_ a v. ? ? ? ? a.
... tunates back to their original hoi
?nth . . , . . T
it is estimated by the immigra
authorities, will save the state f
$10,000 to $15,000 in each casi
maintenance as public charges:
liam
ined
ti of
tend *nM*r-! ii no better rneclicine n
ester ioT ^^ tnmn Chamberlain's Ct
Remedy. It acts on nature'g j
(pent relieves the iu**gs. opens the ?
-*ed lions, aids cxpectajfauon, and
-trict stores the system to a heaithy
ditton. For isle by Ail Deal*
'DOC MARROW WILL '
COACH HIGH SCHOOL
Harry Marrow, known in sport
ag circles as "Doc" Marrow, will
:osch the baseball nine of tbe
-lampton high school the coming
?ear. having been selected for thc
nos.tion by the athletic association
ind the faculty. The accession of
If r. Marrow as coach will mean s
--rest deal to the ball team as he is
-cell known in the athletic field and
had hsd plenty of training. Mr.
Marrow coached the football eleven
the psst year snd his rood work
wss shown in the fact that Hampton
high schools won the high school
pennant of the State.
Coach Marrow bas ordered the
candidates for the nine to be on the
field next Monday afternoon for the
first practice game.
The above was copied from the
Dailp Press. "Doc" Marrow is
well known to the college boys,
amocg whom he was most popular.
TolbcrofT
Foldcroft. Va.. Feb. 2 4?Snow
has fallen continuously today proba?
bly being the heaviest of the winter
Great preparation is being madi
for shad which are being caught ii
small quantities at this time.
Allen, the youngest son of Mr
and Mrs John O. Otey. af Binn
Hall, was taken to Richmond for a
ooeration for appendicitis this eve
|saa*a>
Misses Trimmer. Nance an
Southall spent the week end wit
friends at Sandys Point.
The Valet-tine Party at Dora
Hall last Tuesday evening was
complete success both as an ente
tainment and a financial propositio
Mr. J. W. Binns visited his unci
Sergeant S. W. Holdcioft Monda
Mr. Holdcroft, who is a native
this place, is critically iii in Ric
mond.
Mr. George W. Robinson a
-*f mother, or Norfolk, are visiti
id Kev. and Mrs. B. F. Robinson
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Messrs. Thomas H. Geddy, .
and W. H Neblett returried to Li
ington Sunday after a short visit
the former's parents, Mr. and U
T. H. Geddy.
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HIGH SCHOOL S0C1ET1
CELEBRATION
The Williamsburg Graded m
Ciceronian and Jackson Davis, g
the public in the high school bui
was well rendered in every detai
and the school. Following i? th
(> pening Address by Prc
"My Own United States
ider (Jackson Dav is )
? der (^Cieerouian)
"Mount Vernon Belli
Messrs. Lai
Recitation (Jackson Da
Declamation (Ciceronia
Voices of the Wood
Question: Rosolved, T
be abolished
Affirmative (Cicero.
r-ade
Plea,
sore
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coo?
rs.
Negative (Jackson Dav
Decision of committee
er, best debater, anc
"America"
Brief Address?-"Wash:
Dr. W. P. Olar
"latteetioiiar
fi
HATE PRIMARY
AUGUST 5T
Aiaffust 5th was fixed as the date
for the Democratic primary for
tion of candidates for S ate
at a meeting of the State
Central Committee last Tnursday
night in Richmond.
Candidates for office most file no?
tion with the State chairman not
later than June 6th.
Acting under a resolution of tho
Norfolk convention, the committee
decreed that in future the represen?
tation by magisterial districts ai~d
wards in county and city commit*
tecs shall be proportioned to the
Democratic vote casket the preced
: ing election for Congress. Ports?
mouth, it was decided, ma/ hold its
primaries under its special law
which requires majority nominations
instead of plurality selections.
The committee adopted the re
?nsed party plan practically as it
| came from the special committee.
, Under this plan only white Demo?
crats may participate in primaries o.
? the party.
V
AUCTION DAY
J
Tbe Williamsburg Business Asso?
ciation has had a farmers' auction
. sale, and expects to have manv
a j
_ more The plan as carried out was.
D r
in brief: The farmers and all othe
pei: us in the surrounding coaantf
j frat Vnether everything they wenlee
. tO Se:t***-**aaa* "* Galick
n
ens. provisions of all1 sorts, farer
tools and machinery, etc.?carried i
all to WillUmsburg, where it wai
arranged and listed for the sale
Everything was sold at auction. I
?ie crowd being present and thi
bidding lively.
?. "* m
This scheme is one which w
. have long thought Ur banna migfc
try to advantage, and one which ou
, business men might have inaugura
ed long age had they only kept t<
gether. Many people in this vicii
rty would take part in such a mov
?fa* ment. both as sellers and buyers. I
ga*, let's get together and have a mont
*0 ly auction day for merchants, fare
[rs ers. and all sorts of business me
?Uroanna Sentinel.
ES GIVE AN INTERESTS
i TUESDAY NIGHT
ad High School literary societies. <
ave a very interesting joint meeting
Iding Tuesday night. The program
1, reflecting great credit upon the puj
e programme:
Baden**, . Mi*. ?i'-orge La
By S<)eieti
i . Miss Mamie Pow*
Mr. Ernest Levi
|
.rooks, Geddy and Bj
vis) Miss Charlotte Gi iii;
n) . Mr. Vernon Ged
High School Gil
DEBATK
tuit rental punishment sh o
v J Mr. Curlis Inman
l) \ Mr. Henry M.
? v | Miss Madeline Warbur
' I Miss Lue?ie Parsley
as to best reader, best decia
I which side won the debate.
By Socie
ington and Lee''
k, of William and Maxy Coll
By Socie
H1SINESS MEN TRYIN
THEP
IIIIL ATTEMPT TS LOUT
INDUSTRY AT NEXT
The WilHiaibtai B-esiness a\sso-*'
tatioo will apply ia efforts ta le- '
ating her i a sugar beet factory, if
he plans of some of an Italfara;
ipuif* ia tbe otaen.xition mat^rrialise.
\o etas*a***pt was msd-c to bold s
ipccisl meeting Monday night, bot
ess than a dc rea m
ed to President
cali. Of course, this mo*iTa*aSs*atwill|
fall ss flat as similar ones ie ths past
if the members take no interest in it
and do not attend the meeting a.
Mr. G. W rtiorpc. who came
from the sugar beet belt, feels that
it will cot bs in impossible thing te
locate here the factory needed, pro?
vided the cooperation of the business
men can be secured to outline ths
plans.
There are in this section ma cy
f .rmers who have encaged ia the
?rowing of sus*ar beets in the north
and west. They know what ths
industry mesnt to that country, how
it has built it up snd increased aaad
values two or three hundred per cent,
in s few years. These farmers would
bail with delight the estaoltshmem
of the industry here and ceo bc
counted upon to gro** the beets.
1 Actual tests have been mads ii
the cuit\.rc of thc sugar beet in thi
Peniusuls section, sod they hav
'--??nd to grow to perfection
In sacnaruaa.. 4i n . -*?*??- ''.rgini,
beet was equal it not superior. :.
t>at groa n in the sugar beet bell
An attempt was m?de a few yeai
ago. through thc Chesapeake an
Onio Railway Co , to locate a fat
tory here. At that time there wi
no water supply sufficient for tl
operation of an industry of tl
Itix-d. but that obj:ctioo has bet
removed now.
Tbe next regular meeting night
the association is on Friday. Mar
7. and a Urge attendance is request
at which time the feasibility ot |
eating a plant here will be discussc
It the tarmers around here sre int
ested they arc invited to attc
the meeting and give the orgsni
Gtion thc benefit of their advice l
I experience.
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KING OF DELKS
HIS OWN DENTI!
ne
es.
The King of Delks. well kn<
throughout this section, bas becc
his own dentist and thereby han]
tala. It is not parallel with
lawyer who defends his own c
In fact. King George wss not st
foolish cither before or after his
dental performance a few days si
Tbst it wss s ''performance''
have not the slightest doubt,
principal figu*e being the King 1
self.
Rektina his experience anti
offending molar, the King show
stoicism that -was only <*-oma*was*
with his indomitable courage.
Delks ia isolated, removed freers
haunts of the protessiooal t
doctor. The tooth, s whopecaj
fellow with s boat ia it big en*
to efford refutge for s jackra
got to jumping like a bucking fe
cho. Thc King performed i
-q. gymnastics, snd Oervisher gyrat
bewailing leajdly nie sorraw tba
aboeOd be so crrasily afflicted ii
ilir lining j sa rs Thea sat ideas
hiss with thc force ot ? hoadfO!
trip bsavster why aot patt aa
dadgtsted. aoal tnrtuhaff. a
wrecking thing? Hart tat tai
dL
er.
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ton
ties
mme
tics
G TO BUILD UP
ENINSULA SECTION
e here k wm an
BEOtUI MEETim
ame to him that tMa
ooth waa especially aeaf al for
off his pipe film. Xbot ams alie
ning waa good foe. beat it wee
failing aaa
Aad mia ia how lt
blamed thing waa
Lad. that I waa forced to act.
joomp it took almoo* took rn
it. Getting a strc*ng stn rag. 1 nod it
around tho thia*. the
thc door Imob. I wa
outside and while mi
pa*Ued open Aw door wm* a
jerk I braced mewett fee
end it came?tho slTa*>*dk. aol the
tooth, rhe Sarina* had broaa. Ba
that time all the rettie dirils ia
had come up and crawled iaao
tooth and danced tho Highland Quaff.
Desperate tJhcn, lad. I got a
hne, dtmbfted tho cord, t-ook a
hitch round the rad hot rJsvil.
meaelf and gave tho affooi lat I
ame wan to pool open ttm dean a
to pall hard. Hera ia wturt sae gi
Had, a little wea hit av a civil
cause the King so much pois a
he eathibited a tooth, a farmer
an inch lonff and it aaaad
bit hole, lt waa tba ami
had hurt so mach the Kine.
The last time heros* Uwa tt
K hC *>as his own dootiat ho
ed'' two at ona time, mae ia
n operation laatang j eat ii ea
c I Using one tooth as a tulcram.
inserted an eight penny aoii ia ita
neighbor and yaakad it
hours later he had out
Hurt. lad. hart tha omi? Ae
coourse it hurt, but dida't 1 get
aven wath'em?" Wc pam it oa te
toe King, lone ?*v** -*-*?
Dela.
ad
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ud
ia
md
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Ww.
TtaANI MEWS fwTtl
Toano. Va.. He bruer y 26?Mrs.
Branch Martin, who has aoa**aaaja*o**e
an operation at the Johnstc-o-Willis
Hospital, is rapidly impraeiag. We
are glad to know it.
Mrs.!Harriett Cowies, aaho haa
boon visiiinff her soo. Mt. Carte?
Cowies, near hera.
Atienu to visit bar
Mrs. R. E. Gamweaod haa just
ra*t**raod from a eiatt te atiaat*ffhtor
at Maaffradsj.
Dr. W. L. Gerawood. oi Petera
burg. apaot the ???tah md *with hie
pa re nu hore.
Tho Toaao A-Oeaac Qob ara
nhaiiiiaff a play to ba grraa ia mo
nrw b*uldit-ig at tho Toooo.Hiah
School, which will ba
a short timo.
Mr. Roscae
ceptad a poaatioa with ttm Uro*
Martin and Farioholt.
Min Alice Oay
ead with ho
sar. VrOffffiB,
schools. ?*??*? ted
sdtaooi a few daya
Mr. Gardner Catltoa aaa iaot
r*Ttvncd (rom a eisk to haa old hoene
ia Kinff and Qaaoo coamty.
Mis* Lottie Cloy ia q**fte sick ot
I I
n his
Mr. M. Lr Mania ia
leave Jame* City cowar? an a
time for his home m IlaepmtM
!
t tho
For a speak yee apiti find
allays the praia.
? aad SO
coot tata** tar tom hf AU

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