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QOCIAL AND **
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Val Dritrich. of Manchester
tbegoestof Miss Caaadia Brooks.
Miss Bessie Barlow spent several
days in Richmood last week ilsMag
Mr. Edlce Morecock. of In
port Nears, spent Sunday with aaa
Miss Flora Hunter, of Ratter
Glenn, ta tbe geest of Miss Rosa
Vt a: bu*lon
Mrs. Raanrhe Moocare has -croce
to Buckra* Beach to open her cot?
tage fer tlae sommer.
Mr. aod Mrs. James T. Christian
left Taeaday for a visit to relatives
at Tha Plains. Faeqsier county.
Missilery Wilson, of Norfolk.
has owen the gaest o* her sister.
Mrs L. W. Lane. Jr.. this areek.
Mr. T. B. Wolfe returned home
Toesday troxn a visit of several weeks
to friends is Delaware aod Maryland.
Mr. R C. Warburton kit Toes
day for Bridgetown, N. J. where
he aril] be employed daring the saan
Mrs. Henry ? Charles and ana.
Ewell, of East Orange. N. J . are
of Mr. and Mrs. John S
Dr. Lyon G. Trier left Tnesday
for his conctry hooke. Milton-oa *ss
James, -where he will spend the
Miss Carrie Gray, of Hitchens.
Kentucky, is here for a visit of se?
veral weeas to Mr. and Mrs. L. B
Mr and Mrs. Mortimer Morris
eau rday for Norfolk to attend
tne awjaaBaaaj -ai tttt laiter's raster
Peachy Spencer, who has been
has father. Mr. J. B. C
r. left for hts home in Wash
u D. C
after ipmriing aeverai days
af York Grange,
at Mrs. F. *\\ T
at William aad Mary.
R. La Walton, formerly
-af the IV-a*mwmtMg : ress.
Oman cbnrcn. spent aeverai dayl
here this areek arith friends.
.Brooks and rliaftttaii
Wargam aad Florence, o
ir a,! hmcnsl. are spending tba wee*
m.-ji Mrs. E. M. Brooks.
Ella Pitman and Mr. Law
Pitanaa meat an Newport Meer
yesterday by motorcycle. Miss Pit
nvan ricing MMW -er Drr-tr.er
Mr. W. T. Tabaglai and chiklrc
left Wednesday morning tbr Alba
Joe HaL aod T. H
Geddy. Jr.. have gone to Sbcrwoo
Forest to attend a boase party bein
given by Judge and Mis. D. C
Mrs. TS Maruaavui
wee eas Dec- fttttBtS r.er
| ester fl I
arith Mrs. E M. Lee.
Mr. Wafaaas Tt
York, a son of Capt.
fha Fran ni State Hospital, apt
Taeaday here arith friends.
Mrs. Nettie Richardson a
daaghlris. Mast Clara Hessberg ai
Mr. Jeffries, of Newport Nea
came ap ia tate letter's car to ape
a tew hours arith Mrs. E. M. Uroc
Mr. W. A. Apperson. who 1
boca ipea-iing several days b
arith lailise a. left Toesday for
Dr. C. H. Davie left Monday
a uro days' visit to bia brother B
C. C. Davis, of Loeiaa, after wh
he ariU spend tha balance of
weak with his parents. Mr. aad 1
aV. W. Davis, af Blaatoa. rrim am
his office Monday thc 23rd.
Miss Lacy Vaiden. who has b
ttae gaest of Mr. aad Mrs. Jobi
T snairi. of Cape Charles, who s
:>y i attie ob ilr lo KsadolpbMj
?Yoaaan s College. LyacJbuurg*
be praaiat at thc giidanien of t
Mr. mad I
j Jannel passed dttongh \*Wit
I arg Ot tne Mtg
ow vmamc friends ia Pc
ail from Philadelphia oa
or London. Har brother, i
v.ckinaoa. of Mot gantt
?'a., ia eamecsed hera sborti
raktiwsa, aad to bid his a
?od tye* as sm) tm **Mmm at I
GRAND MASTER OF j
MASONS AT TOANO j
Toano was tho aaec ca of a dis**
tiarfaiahod porty of Masons tost
Tueeday night, tbe occasion beana;
en official visit to Chickahoc-inr
Maaoaic Lodge by Grand Master
Wflliara Lather Andrews, of Roan?
oke. Among tbe distinguished visi?
tors -present were Past -Grand Masters
Joseph W Egeleston, of Richmond.
aod E.! N. Kubanks, ol Newport
News: Grand Junior Deacon E. L.
Conntngbam, of Newport News;
Distr.ct Deputy Grand Master Mars?
den, of Newport News; and Mr. Gus
Hankins, editor of the Virginia
Masonic Jotn-nal Richmoad.
Those wbo attended from V
>burg -were Messrs. Ro. Vi.
Vi. A. Bozarth. S. L. Graham.
G H. Graham, E. W. Hopewell, VV.
E. Ellis, R. D. Wilkins, L B. Fer
ffusoc. B. F. Wolfe and Frank Arm?
After tbe adjournment of tbe lodge
an elegant luncheon -was served on
tbe green in front of the lodge hall
and an enjoyable evening -was spent
by all who attended.
Ttl ANO MIS NOTES
Toano. Va-, June IB.?Quite a
number of Toano people weat to
B-u-J_xoe Beach Tuesday.
Mrs. Kern per Taylor is quite ill at
ber home near here.
Mr Lake, o: Detroit, Michigan,
arho for several -years has bought
potatoes in th is section, is stopping
at thc !?? lim.
Miss Inez Clay ;s visiting her sis?
ter. Mrs. Fowell, at Oriana.
Misses Roth and Arlene Driscoll
spent last week with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. J. M Jennings
motored to Newport News Sunday.
M-. Edward Brewer, of Richmond,
is speed-tog the week -with Mr. aad
Mrs. CT. Marston.
The annual picnic of Mt. Vernon
church -will be given at Old Hickory
Neck Academy Thursday.
Mis. John y. wife of Col.
Guy, and daughter. Miss Anna, of
Richmond, who have been spending
several montrs in Washington, D. C.,
and who are guests of Dr. and Mrs.
j Booth, a-iil leave tc; home
Saturday. Mrs. Guy. arno was Miss
Mary Ransooe, of Charleston. WT.
was one of Mrs Booth's brides
maids at her marriage forty-three
Grove. Va., Jane 17?Mrs Tor?
re-ace aad Miss Nora Cole left bert
Wednesday evening for Dakota
tc speed *.**>_ Mafaaaar,
Mrs. J. D. Lewis left Thunda*)
for Iowa to st-end a few weens wit
Miss Lacy Kirby spent Sends:
it home with her mothe
Mr. end Mrs. re and
Mr. and Mrs. Larson and face..
Mr. and Mra. Fenne and faa
Miss Inger Scheie spent Sundav i
Mrs. S. Swanson s.
Mts A. ti. West spent a few day
in Ne-apo rt News this week.
Miss Constance Fenton of Soot
Norfolk spent a few days last wee
with her sister Mrs. V. C. K?rby.
?SS JONES NOT AN APPUCAO
Miss Virgie Jones, who has bec
the efficient principal of the Wi
l-a-nsborg Female Institute the pa
year, was not an applicant 'or reele
tion to that position this year at
has beea succeeded by Miss Bel'
Thc policy of the Norfolk Presb
tery. under whose control the ins
tata is -aT-oedocted, is to have mei
bers o' the Presbyterian faith
president and principal.
Help Wanted in Williamsbu
And Pal-ai-bil By tbs Help of V
Those wbo setter wi _b kidney ba
fans ar any little kkfu
or Madder emordmr, stat kidney ht
Whe caa better -advise thea es
Williaraatmrf rmeidmmt, wbo bas i
saffsred. bot baaa had letts?. VA
borg people n una aa sad Doea'c Kid
Pitta. Here's oas ease ead therm
Cbrist A. Rnatac-I, Henry M
. mya: 1 highly i
'j-voea'a kidney Pills fo
kbow from Sha asl andi d way ia wi
teary base beaeOted different omma
my feaatly. tbat Uwy are e ra-eeed
aiirtt Tney taboroagbly rettevsd ?
veiw ead kag staedsn*- -case of kid
. Ws base alwaya bean gr
Jnly fal to JJaea* a Kidney Pills toe tbe f
\Ma\ Fka sals by efl deelsra. Pries mi
-*/aw raaaatwMaba-aCa.. ?bjffili, Haw 1
C. W. WAK I ice-Pre*.
shier. M. S CASEY. Asst. Coo-hie-*
ROLL OF HONOR BANK
The Peninsula Bank
g CAPITAL, SURPLUS & PROFITS, $70,000.00
All business entrusted
& to us receives prompt
and careful attention
If you hare had no business relations
with t: wk. ve are BUP6 you will Bp
pn rvice ii render you.
Large or small nits r 6 the
refill C oration.
Particular attention given to the
accounts of ladies.
Call and tell us your financial
troubles, perhaps we can help you
find a way out of them. We are
always glad to see you.
HAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK ft
SO Heit DANGEROUS
CALOMEL FOR ME IS^
Cashier S. L Graham, of tbe Pen
insula Hank, left this morning for 01<
Point to attend the meeting of th
Virginia Bankers' Association in ses
sion at the Chamberlain Hotel
Among the social features will be
boat trip to Washington City Frida
night, returning to Old Point Satui
Three Cheers for Cars well's L
Aid the New Liver and Bowel
Remedy That Will ia ms flue Drug
Co. Sells on Honey Back If Dis?
If yon are feeling blue, tired out.
constipated, have sour stomach, in?
digestion, malaria, upset liver, coat?
ed tongue or bad breath there is a
joyful surprise waiting for you after
the first dose of CARSWELL'S
LIVER?AID. a purely vegetable
liquid remedy that is causing thou?
sands to desert dangerous calomel
cringing health and strength
back to them.
It's a aroodertul remedy, so plea?
sant and harmless that children as
well as grown up people take it
without any bad af ur effects. It
t-eats the liver and bowels gently
but firmly and drives out the poison?
ous gases and accumulated waste
You can get a large bottle at,
Williamsburg Drug Co. for only 50
cents and if you aren't delighted,!
your money back. Ask for CARS?
WELL'S LIVER-AID ? Adv.
The eariv Irish potatoa mark*
has taken a slump and the Jame
City truckers hi. ve about stoppe
digging, -waiting for a rise. Fir;
class stock is worth now aboi
$1.75 per barrel, which is considere
low for this time of the vear. It
- ed that the prices will advanc
in a few days and the truckers as
taking the chances by waiting. Tl
late corn crop will soon have to -g
in the ground and will necessita
Mr. and Mrs. Cooley, of Bal
more, have been guests of Mr
Morecock this week.
"G. E. G will please i
turn to TH KU. ce.
ble Store Buildi
and Living House known aa the Li
son Harness Shop. $2500 tokes
Half cash and balance to suit pi
chaser. ?Address Mrs. L. Ltm
Baden. N. D.
Tass is a prsscri-ptioa prepared aapeci*Ily
i-f MaLAWIA or CHILLS A FEVER.
ot at dose* will break an jr case, sod
if taksa thea as a Booie the Fever mil aol
Il sets oa cae liver better than
oot gripe or sicken. 2Sc
Pair cheap Mules, we
stx. :>s each. One 4-year
Mare, partly broken. Two nice v
1 Dairy Cows, juat fresh. Als
lot of good Shoots and one Uu
Jersey brood Sow. registered. I
J. M. i ny. b-2h
ly used by the knitting mill. Hi
:. built on Under writ
specifications and carrying tha I
eat mercantile insurance rate in \
harrisburg. Warehouse 100x85, **?
parapet brick dividing mall beta
sections. Lot 100x137, extern
from C. ?% O. line to property of J
Alice C. Smith and from street
street in the other d:re?tion.
price sad good terms to quick bu
Address R iKU, Fr ed* ri
bari:, Va. Ml
Spacial Rates by Doy or XS
JOHN McGINNIS, Proprietor
Duke of Gloucaotar 8t WILLIAMSBURG.
Howse nearly furnished throughout. All outside rooms. Table supt
witta tva baal ia season York River fish aod oysters daily. Ai*
famous Virginia ham aad Poultry. Poultry aad eggs
esta from oar oura yard.
First-class Automobile and Livejy Connections. ?
dal attention given Commercial men and Tourist
Ban room for ladies. ExoeUent meal I
Blackberry Cordial (under my
Dwn label) is guaranteed to .
best results. Don't be without a
bottle io the house during the hot
months. Price 25c- J as. H. Stone,
Late Seed Potatoes
June and early in july ia
the best time for planting for
the foll cr-^p for winter usc.
Our stocks are apecially
oelected Seed Potatoes, put
ir. -:old storage early in the
season, ao aa to keep in first*
ciaos, vigoroua condition.
Book your order* e-rly, to be rare
of fretting the varieti**** you desire.
te for "Wood*! Crop Special"
g?v?ng price*, and timely informa?
tion about all Saa*oo*bW Seed*.
T. W. WOOD Ct SONS.
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Vt.
We are headquarters for
Cow Peas, German Millet.
Soja Beans. Crimson Clover
and all Farm Seeds.
Write for prices.
For House of Delegates
Having booa rsq-asatsd ao to do by
numerous friends throughout tbe Dis
I hereby announce mysely a can
e for the House or Delogatks to
represent the District composed of the
counties of New Kent. Charl.-s I
James City. York, Warwick and the
'city nf Williamsburg, subject to th?
RATIC PRIMARY. August B,
t. Your support is solicted.
R. T. GR?
TunsUIls, Va.. May 21.__
Suffer in** SS*n o Women, m?to* fe Waa**, aaa
??>-M u??ttw? ail, a??> !?.*?? ia
? -ra* * ??->?H *r****m? rt Bl aili*
- > arva *?**r OaVn Vail. Kr rr rr*.
??ari. aiiai*. Um. Bfea*. *%*>. BUM ir %
?rwb * H.rf. ?***>?? *???????. tfeMBty. -?*?*?
%*a*>. Caaarr*. T?r?a?. Sac*. Om? Cmmrrr. a*Ut* ta ?*?
aw-a. Cal?i?>. T^naH. a**.. Omn dmr. *?!!?? t*? ta,
?Mbaa t**wm. ImW?m -*>a*ar, *lai *i.M> I.M
lu t ?..,...?. OLD DR. TH EEL. lax., i r i -ar
SPBiMQOAaOBM OT.. H
fi?Maa. Bara* tav ????, a Oaaalaraaa *m Wt* Baa*.
taa nat AAwmwtlmtmt UaxaaTaa Jj SftaaUatoa SaaAi
I will be at my office in tb*
Peninsula Bank Building
To receive toxas for tbe City of Wil
liarasbarg and County of James City.
S. S. HANKINS. Tresourar
THE TOANO DRUG STORE
Carries a Fvll Line ol
Drugs and Chemicals
Stationery and Rubber Goods
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Toano, - - Virginia
A SPECIAL OFFER
sell a few
HALF PRICE $12.50
Call in and see the Machine
Remember we have only a few that
we can sell at this great reduction
tUiuia/mfrwUci '' ajianij
BANK OF WILLIANlSBURG.Inc
UNITES STATES DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVING FUNDS',
L, *7. LANE. President
JOHN W. JONES.
F. R. SAVAGE.
Start Something I
A BANK ACCOUNT?
Then Later on
You Will be Prepared
To Start Something Else
BUT?MAKE THE START !
INE DOLLA* WILL START AN ACCOUNT WITH US I ?t?i
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