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LOCAL MEN TIC) N.
Allcommuolcat'orig ebould hca-blreased to
the Viroima JRISB8. Irvington. Va.
Mrs. Frank King has returned to the
Irvington Beach after a stay in Nor?
folk.
Miss Oney Ingram, of lower Lancas?
ter, is spending this week with relatives
here.
Mrs. E. L. Wilder and son, Hunter,
leave today for Frcdericksburg, their
future home,
Mrs. A. Y. Lee returned Monday
from a month's stay with ivlatives in
North and South Carolina.
Miss Sarah Allison, of Emmerton, is
spending this week at the home of her
uncle, W. W. Allison, at this place.
Among the recent sick, now improv
ed. are: Mrs. Jno. R. Davis, Irving
Jones, S. B. Griftith, Mrs. George San?
ders.
Haltimore prices paid for eir,rs> Bj I . I..
Yerby & Son, K ilmamock.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stakes, of Rich?
mond county, spent Saturday and Sun?
day with Mr. Stake's sister, Mrs. Geo
StC. Smith._
Mrs. H. F. Bland and children, of
King & Queen, are cxpected today to
visit the lady's sister. Mrs. E. F. Gar
ner, at the parsonage.
Rev. J. E. Brooks and family, of
Franklin county, have been spending a
week with relatives and friends at
White Stone and this place.
R. H. Fravel, professor at Chesa
peake Academy first half of present
session. but now of Pine Beach, spent
a few days here the past week.
H. B. Boughton returned to the home
of his sister, Mrs. W. McD. Lee, at
this place, Wednesday. Mr. Boughton
has been sick for a week or more and
is still quite sick.
Finals of Chesapeake Academy,
Irvington, are as follows: Glee Club
banquet tonight (Friday), baccalaure
ate sermon Sunday night in the Methodist
church and "last night" Monday night.
Kncourajre home euterprlso and buy your
lumberor W. H. Jesse. Lltwalton. Lancaster
oo. Material the beet, prices low. IiIk froichta
aarod.
Messrs. Irving, Gilbert and George
Messick, Capt. Will Taylor and Master
Paul Messick madea flying triptoFred
ericksburg Saturday on the Blanche,
returning Monday accompanied by Mrs.
A. P. Rowe and two children.
ln our account of the unveiling last
week at Lancaster we oraitted mention
of the fact that the portraits of Lee
and Jackson were unveiled by Misses
Lilian and Alice Pinckard, respectively,
daughters of confederate veterans.
The Confederate Veterans enrouteto
Richmond were serenaded at the Ir?
vington Beach Hotel Tuesday night.
Men, women and children, about 200
strong, turned out with musical instru
ments on parade. Speeches, which
were made from the porch, music
from the band without and other instru
ments within the hotel and Southern
melodies and war songs by a chorus of
a hundred or more sweet voices were
inspiring and thriliing.
Our town was pretty well filled with
visitors Saturday and Sunday last, the
occasion being the annual meeting of
the Northern Neck Baptist Sunday
School Convention. Delegates from
Baptist schools all over the Northern
Neck were here, besides a number of
visitors; in fact, so many that we were
unable to catch the names of them in
coming and going. However, we will
welcome them back, singly or collec
tively, at any future time. A full ac?
count of the meeting will be found on
first page this week.
The season for the recurrence of des
truetive thunder storms is rapidly ap
proaching, and it behoves every property
owner to prepare for it. We have no
hesitation in say ing that the Almighty
has placed the means of protection from
hghtning within reachofman, and has
given him the intelligence necessary to
make these means available. Lightning
Rods are endorsed by every philosopher,
every encyclopedia, every college and
university, every scientific man, every
thinker, and by over twenty-eight hun?
dred Mutual Fire Associations though
out the country. *
CAUGHT ON THE FLY.
Hon. and Mrs. R. Carter Wellford, of
Richmond county, returned Monday
from a visit to Richmond and Norfolk.
A Jack Rrent, formerly of Heaths
ville. has been elected assistant mana
gerof the Richmond CedarWorks, a big
concern.
Mrs. P. H. C. Franklin, of Baltimore,
who has been ill several months, is
slowly convalescing at the Union Pro
testant Infirmary.
Prof. D. R. Anderson has received
a Fellowship in History at Chicago Uni?
versity, and will spend the season of
1907-08 there. Mrs. Anderson will
study piano with Mr. Consolo, the emi
nent Italian pianist.
A letter from M. Lute Harding, of
Northumberland, now in the U. S. army
at Fort Stantoa, New Mexico, announ
ces that he is fully cured. Weighing
157 pounds when going there four years
ago, he now tips the scales at over 200,
Mr. L. L. Tignor, of the firm of L.
L. Tignor & Co., merchantsof Urbanna,
has been appointed by the new board of
managers of the excelsior and overalls
factories located there, manager of both
plants to succeed Mr. W. K. Howard
and Mrs. Eva H. Fisher. The control
ing stock of the new company is now
owned by Mr. W. L. Henderson, of
Philadelphia.
NOTICE THESE:
Lancaster National Bank'sstatement
to comptroller of currency.
W. C. Thurston & Co., Pinners
Point, want experienced clerk.
The hotel at Whealton has changed
management, and now Mr. Harding
solicits your patronage.
The large excursion steamer, "Rose
dalo," of the Peoples Line, will run a
special excursion from Rappahannock
to Old Point, Jamestown Exposition
and Norfolk on Saturday, June 8th.
Bsjf ad.
LANCASTER COUNTY.
. KILMAUXOCK.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Chilton, jr., of
this place, spent a few days in Heaths
vill? recently.
E. C. Richardson an 1 Wayland Dog
gett were in Norfolk Saturday.
Jno. A. Palmer, sr., was unablctoat
tend the Confederate reunion in Rich?
mond this week as expceted on account
of indisposition.
T. S. Brent lost a valuable horse by
death one day this week.
NUTTSVILLE
Miss Gertrude Christopher and E. D.
Rock have been very much indisposed
the past week.
Eugene Dawson Tecumseh, and John
nie and Frank Elmore, Miss Mamie
Dawson, Mrs. Fannie Hay wood and
children and Tom Bush were visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Chris?
topher Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Rock, Joseph
Peirce and Cleveland Doggett were at
Jamestown recently.
_Who Am I
LIVELY.
B. W. Wright has returned from
Baltimore, where he spent the past week.
J. R. Webb, who has been in Balti?
more for medical treatment, has re?
turned home much improved. Mr.
Webb had an operation performed on
one of his eyes.
C. W. Clark has returned home after
spending awhile with friends in Freder
icksburg. ?
B. B. Haynie isout after a long illness.
Miss Hattie Clark spent Monday of
last week with friends at Nuttsville.
T. J. Clark and son, Carroll, spent
Sunday with the former's son, R. O.
Clark, near Alfonso. Springtime.
POPLAR NECK.
H. Raymond Humphreys is home
from Newport News for a short stay.
Miss Adelaide Pasquith, of Baltimore,
spent several days with her father here
recently. W. W.
Miss Lottie Bellows is attending the
finals at Blackstone, where three of
her sisters are now enrolled.
Miss Lucy Longworth, one of our
sweetest girls, leavcs us in a few days
tobe married in Baltimore to Mr. Milton
Tadloek. formerly an engineeron oneof
our fishing steamers.
Mrs. J. F. Bellows and a party of
ladies went to Baltimore last week to
return on the first trip of B. & 8**8
handsome new fishing steamer.
WHEALTON.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lankford and
Miss Sallie Lankford, of Northampton
county, are visiting relatives here.
E. E. Rogers, who has been very sick,
is better at this writing.
Mrs. L. M. Thomas is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Julia Towles, in Balti?
more.
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Harding have
taken charge of the hotel.
Mrs. Josie Kirk, of White Stone, is
the guest this week of Mrs. F. W.
Lewis.
Mrs. II. ('. (Jlenn and littledaughter.
Mabel, are visiting relatives in Balti?
more.
Miss Drue Cox, who spent the past
three weeks with her sister, Mrs. E. L.
Thomas, has returned home.
HlAWATIiA.
FISliERMAN.
Quite a number of people of this
place attended the Sunday School Con?
vention at Irvington Sunday.
Miss Lillie and Inez Meekins, after
spending some time with relatives and
friends here. returned to their home
this week.
Mrs. G. W. Meekins will leave Fri?
day for Baltimore.
J. M. Jones visited his brother, T.
R. Jones, at Poplar Neck, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmore George returned
Saturday morning after spending a few
days in Baltimore.
The Baptist church of this place has
recently been improved by having light
ning rods placed on it.
Mrs. T. M. Fitchett left Monday last
for Baltimore. She will be accompanied
home by her daughter, Miss Sallie, of
Blackstone. Lilac.
MILLENBECK.
Schooner R. M. Blundon recently
unloaded empty cans and cases for the
canning house at this place.
Emmett Dudley, of Norfolk, passed
here last week en route to his home at
Lively. He is in poor health and under
the care of Dr. C. T. Peirce.
W. H. Warren, was in Baltimore last
week on business.
Capt. P. D. Stevens has purchased
the bugeye G. W. Wilcox formerly
belonging to Capt. W. H. Smith.
Drs. Newbill and Stuart were in con
sultation at the home of C. L. Shackle
ford, at Ottoman, Sunday as to Dr.
E. LelandShackleford's condition. They
tecided to send him to a hospital and he
left on steamer Lancaster Monday, Dr.
Stuart accompaning him.
R. W. Doggett is having an addition
built to his house.
Miss Lillie Clarke, of Battery Park,
Va., is visiting at the home of her
uncle, L. B. Carter, at Bertrand.
In the Good Old Summertime.
LANCASTER COURTHOUSE.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. B. Stakes, of Kil
marnock, were visiting at the home of
J. H. Davenport Sunday week. Mr.
Davenport returned Sunday after an
absence of some days on the Eastern
Shore, Vay where he went on a hunting
and pleasure trip.
Miss Helen Fitchett, of lower Lan?
caster, has been visiting her friend,
Miss Ernjpa Haynie, here.
Miss Linda Newcome, of Brookvale,
recently entertained at her home Misses
LilaCombs and Alice Chilton, her school
mates.
Capt. Raleigh Sanders, of Maryland,
spent Sunday here with his brother,
Capt. Lee Sanders.
Mrs. Peyton Carter, of Rehoboth,
was here Sunday visiting her sister,
Mrs. A. A. Moody.
The teachers of the school here went
over Friday night to the commence
ment at Heathsville, and are loud in
their praise of the splendid exercises.
The High school pupils are in the
midst of examinations this week as
school closes Friday. Commencement
dresses and examinations are at pres?
ent the chief topic cf conversation
around here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, of
this place, visited friends near Down
ings Saturday and Sunday.
Theclosing exercises of the Lancaster
High School will take place Friday
eyening, May 31st. beginning at 8:30
oVlock. The trustees, teachers, and
pupils cxtenda cordial invitation to the
public to attend. The few complimen
tary invitations sent out by the pupils
to their friends at a distance were not
intended to indicate that the general
public would not be welcome. The
principal address will be deliverel l.y
Thomas J. Downing, esq.
ALFONSO.
Quite a number from this section at
tended the unveiling of the monumont
of Rev. W. A. Street. in Essex county,
May 7th. Rev. W. F. Duna*-.y, of
Lancaster county, made tho prcs.r.ta
tion speech.
We are glad to report Barton Haynie,
who has been suffering with carbuncles,
very much improved at this writing.
IfiaMa Grace andGenevieve Finckard,
of Rehoboth Church, spent a few days
last week at the home of Dr. and Mrs
C. T. Peirce.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Haynie visited
their daughter, Mrs. Wayland F. Booth,
at Sampsons Wharf, Sunday.
A. J. Headley and wifevisitcd friends
at Lara Sunday.
W. J. Haynie and family visited L.
R. Clarke recently.
Master Maynard Clarke spent a few
days last week with his grandparcnts.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. ftmtl
Swkkt Vioi.kts.
LANCASTER CIRCUIT COURT.
Coort adjourned its May term Wed?
nesday. Judge Wright is attending
the Confederate Reunion.
Case of Commonwcalth vs. H. n.
Runde, of Kilmarnock "Club House."
was tried Thursday of last week. Con
victed of violating liquor laws and fined
#100. In this case tho Commonwealth's
Attorney produced evidence that
Runde was holder of U. S. tax receipt
as r.tail liquor dealer and rested the
case on that. The court instructcd tho
jury that the holding of such a license
was sufficient evidence on which to
convict, if they believed from that evi?
dence that the accused was guilty.
In other words, that it is not necessary
to a conviction to produce any further
evidence than the tax receipt, and the
jury are the judges from this as to
guilt of accused, and are at liberty to
convict on that evidence alone. The
dofense gave notice of appeal to Su
prcme Court.
In a like case against C. H. Chance.
of Weems, against whom several other
indictments are pending, counsel for
defense took a like penally, subject to
tho appeal.
Judge Wnght on aecount of absent
witnesses adjourned court over from
Thursday of last week until Mondav.
the 27th.
Joseph Jefforson vs. Md., Del. & Va.
Railway Co., suit for damage to oysters,
the demurrer was sustained and CSM
goes over to next term.
b Joseph Smith vs. Md. Del. & Va.
R.' Co., which was tried at last term
and resulted in verdict for plaintifT, the
Judge set the verdict aside, and case
will come up again at next term.
On Tuesday Commonwcalth vs. Ed
ward Somers, a clerk for C. H. Chance,
of Weems, was tried and resulted in a
hung jury.
WILL CELEBRATE JULY 4TH.
Following are the committees which
have been appointed for Fourth of July
celebration to be held under the auspico's
of the Village Improvement Association
of Irvington, Va.
On Printing and Advertising.?W. R.
Rowe, Bernard Willing and B. S. Ham
monds.
On Provisions.?Dr. W. J. Newbill,
Capt. F. A. Gunby, Harry Waters, O.
R. Hopkins and Capt. C. B. Riggin.
OnPreparingMeals.?Mrs. O. R. Hop?
kins, Mrs. F. A. Gunby, Mrs. W. L.
Messick and Mrs. C. B. Riggin.
On Serving Meals. ? Miss Annie Long,
Mra. W. J. Newbill, Mrs. S. P. Sim?
mons, Mrs. W. McD. Lee, Mrs. Geo.
StC. Smith, Mrs. J. W. Haydon, Miss
Lydia Heath, Mrs. Frank Wilshin and
Mrs. J. T. Rilee.
On Base Ball.-H. O. Rock, Gilbert
Messick, Lynn Ford, Lee Simmons,
Tom Mason, J. C. Harding and C. E.
Brewington.
On Aquatic Entertainment.?E. W.
Long, F. G. Newbill, W. L. Messick,
Geo. StC. Smith and J. W. Tull.
On Refreshments.?S. B. GriffUh,
Jno. C. Brewington, I. J. Heath, A. J.
Hamilton and Lewis Burke.
On Concert and Literary Entertain?
ment.?Miss Mary L. Simmons, Mrs.
L. M. Irving, Miss Clara Wilder, Miss
Ida Joe Haydon, Miss Pauline Long,
Mias Pearl Rilee, J. W. Haydon and
Orris James.
Each committee is at liberty to ap
point others to assist if they so desire.
Committees will please get to work
as soon as possible, as the time is short.
G. H. Oliver, President.
SOME WEDDINGS.
Miss Emma Haynie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Haynie, of Lancaster,
was married to Mr. Aticus James, of
White Stone, Thursday of this week in
Baltimore. The affair was kept secret
until the young couple left for the city
when they told a few friends the purpose
of the trip. Miss Haynie is an accom
plished young lady and very popular
throughout the county. Mr. James is
a successful merchant at White Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Blake
more, of Bertrand, Va., have issued
invitations to the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth, to Dr.
William Clarence Chowning, of Haw
thorne, Fla., to take place at Corroto
man Baptist church, Ottoman, Wednes?
day afternoon, June 12th, at2: 30o'clock
p. m. Miss Blakemore is quite popular
and has a host of friends throughout
the State. Dr. Chowning is son of
Sheriff Jas. A. Chowning. of Lancas?
ter county, who enjoys a large and lu
crative practice in the state of his adop
tion.
SOME BOAT NOTES.
The llagship of the Virginia Oyster
navy is now bearing the name of "Com
modore Maury" and her crew is in uni?
form.
An excursion will be run by the M.,
D. & Y, line from Tappahannock and
wharves below on June 6th to James?
town Exposition tocelebrate Tidewater
Day on the 7th.
NORTHUMBERLAND CO.
SAMl'SONs WHAKK
Miss Ruth Steiner has returned to
her home at Monaskon, after spending
some time with her sister, Mrs. 11. <;.
Klair. Miss Ruth won many friends
while here who regret her departure.
Lloyd Edwards had the misfortune to
fall from a pole on which he and
some other young men were practicing
acrobatic performances and broke his
left arm just above the wrist. Dr. At
will set it and he is getting along
nicely.
Miss Gertrude Cockrell and Frank
Sampson, of Miskimon, visited Miss
R.'dia MeAllistor Sunday.
Mrs. Maggie Lackey visited her
daujhter, Mrs. Richard Moore, one day
last week.
LOTTSBURG.
Our Sunday School seems to be in a
prosperous condition. We have preach
ing every first Sunday night and prayer
meetings the others.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kent visited the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swann
Sunday.
Miss Smith, of Heathsville, is teach
ing music at the home of Mrs. W. A.
Jones, Rainswood. She has five or six
pupils.
Miss Nettie Swann, of Rainswood, is
expected home the 4th of June from
a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Jennie Emory,
in Baltimore.
Maurice Nash, of Lottsburg, has pur
chased a new music instrument.
Misses Eunice and Helen Swann, of
Lottsburg, visited the home of Mrs.
Davis, at Heathsville, Wednesday of
last week.
Mrs. Lelia Headley, of Nokomis, who
has been sick for the past week, is im?
proving. I Do And I Dont.
COAN.
Mrs. BesSM Henderson and others
here have lost many chickens recently.
Mrs. Lula Reamy is sufTering from
irritations supposed to have been caused
by coming in contact with some poison
ous substance.
Little Nellie Headley is extremely
ill with typhoid. Filmore Dawson's
little son, Monroe, is also on the sick
list.
Miss l.aura Lewis is visiting her
cousin, Mrs. Lula Reamy, here this
week.
T. H. Fallin is in Baltimore this week
on bttiSM
Sunday school was reorganized here
last Sunday and the following ollieers
elected: J. Djbyns, superintendent;
at'.ey. assistant superintendent;
Miss Annie Bassie, organist.
The little daughter of Mrs. Jno. Orem.
Sadie Lee, is very much indisposed at
this vvriting.
Mr. Alpha Headley. of Washington, is
visiting his brother. I.uther HeadVy.
this weel<.
MISKIMON.
Miss Martha Marsh and Howard
Lewis. of Lancaster, visited the family
of Logan Anderson Sunday.
Ryland Forrester made a short trip to
Baltimore last week. returning Friday
morning.
Miss Gertrude Cockrell and Frank
Sampson visited friends at Sampsons
Wharf Sunday.
Miss Lolis Forrester spent last week
at the home of her uncle. Dink For?
rester, at Regina.
Mrs. Bessie Crowder and son, of
Reedville, visited her sister, Mrs. Geo.
H. Smith, Monday.
Johnnie Marsh is taking in the James?
town Exposition this week.
Mrs. Tom Norman, accompanied by
little son, visited her son, Robert, in
Baltimore last week.
Mrs. Mamie Ashburne has returned
home from a visit to her mother at
Wicomico Church.
It has only been a little over a week
since wedding bells rang here, and it is
said they will ring again soon.
Joseph Douglass and W. J. Pinckard,
of Rainswood, are improving from
recent indispositions.
U and I.
FLEETON.
Miss Inez Corsa returned home from
Baltimore Monday morning after spend?
ing a pleasent two weeks with her sis?
ter, Mrs. I^ola Coles.
Mrs. Hallie Haynie, of Fairport, is
in Baltimore at this writing in a hos
pital, where she went for medical treat
ment. Her mother, Mrs. SarahBowles,
went with her.
Mrs. Edna Haynie and Mrs. Boh
Edwards and two children, Jannie and
Mildred, are in Baltimore.
Mrs. Mary Haynie and twodaughters,
Annie and Tellie, left Sunday for Wash?
ington, where they expect to spend
some time.
Little Miss Sadie Haynie is staying
with her aunt, Mrs. Susie Robinson,
while her mother is in Baltimore.
Mrs. Frank Haynie and son, Delmar,
returned from Baltimore last week.
Miss Lela Jett is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Mary Bowles.
Randolph Haynie left last week for
Baltimore, out of which city he expects
to run a gasoline yacht on pleasure
tours.
Julian Saunders and family expect to
move this week. John Taliaferro and
family, of Reedville, will move into
the pretty home vacated by Mr. Saun?
ders. Thelma.
EMMERTON?RICHMOND COUNTY.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Thompson enter
tained the "dancing club" of this place
in a most hospitable manner Thursday 11
evening last. Quite a number were
present.
Mesdames Mollie Oldham, Dora Bry
ant, Mary Simonson and Miss Helen
Oldham visited relatives in Fredericks
burg last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Clark, of Lively,
were guests at the home of G. W.
Hanks last week.
Miss Margaret Fisher, of Norfolk, Ia
expected home this week to the delight
of ner many friends here.
Mrs. Minnie Cralle and daughter,
Miss Bertie, spent last week with
friends at Simonson.
Children's Day services will be held
at Calvary M. E. church on next Sun?
day night. A very elaborate program
has been arranged for the occasion.
Mrs. Jeter Bryant and daughter, Ruby,
spent la9t week with Mrs. Mary Simon?
son, at Simonsons.
Miss Belle Baroer, of Hague, recently
visited her mother, Mrs. R. B. Middle
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RKPOBT OF THE CONIHTION
Of The Lancaster National Bank,
(No. 5,21)0). at Irvington, iu the
State of Vlruinia. at the close of
business May Mtft, 1907:
KKsoriii
boaBsani dateocwfai $H4.v.?:? ..,
)\?idrafts,aecuredand unsecured, i ">? t;
I S. Bsada t-> MM'iirecirculatluu. 25.000 ut
Premluma on ('. s. itonds, 1 ouo iw
Banking house, furniture and tixtures. ?;.V><*> m
I>uo from State llanks and Hunkerx. :t 4:i? no
Duo froui approvcd reaerve aK?'iits. II
iheeks and other ? ush Itema, 7 <m
Notes of other Mattooal lianka. l fnj 00
RM t lonai paper emremy, imk* ls.
ind centa, aj w
Lawful Money Reserve iu Uank. viz :
'l"'"!*'. $!Ml'i0
LenO-iender notea, l.sno HL830 0I
lii .l.tiiptioii fund with I'.S. Trcasurer
("> i-errint. of circiilat ion). l.win 00
Total. $17; .
UAIHUTIES.
"upltal stock j-aid in, fcr, 000 00
Surplusfond, b,O00 on
I Ddivided protits, Icss expenoes and
taxea paid, 4,4<?h ir;
National Itank notes outstandinjr. 25.000 <m
Due other National llanks.
iniiiv Idual deposita rabjeel
t.? oheck.
I Ime corttflcateeol depoait?7,OT in
"<rtifled chooka, u xs
'asliioiVc Iieeksoutstandinjr. 1l':I l? 112.1S1 14
Total, $177,H25 :K
Itatoof Virjrinin, < <>unt v of Lancaster. *>.:
l. HowaraO. Rock, Caahier of the above
lamed b?nk,do aolemnly awearthal the above
itatemonl lt t me to the besl of my knowiefivo
ind belief.
HowAiio o. IIock. I'ashier.
t Attest:
John c. i;w ki,i? |
W. L. MBSStCK, Directors.
.i. r. iif.i.i.ows. )
Babacrlbedaad awora t<. before methlaOth
bjq Of May. IHttT.
r. <i. N'Kwnn.r,, rtotan Publle.
My Ooaa. eaplrea Lpril ii. nm.
WANTED,
ATHOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
man, capable of manaping the
business. Must be familiar with
landling shoes, ready-made clothing,
Iry goods and notions. Will pay good
?alary to the right man. Single man
irefcrred. References given and re
juired. Apply in person, or bv letter, to
W. C. TIRTRSTON & CO;,
Pinners Point, Va.
WHEALTON HOTEL.
HAVING TAKEN CHARGE OF THE
hotel here formerly run by C. W.
Fullerton, 1 am in a position to
mtertain the traveling public, and so
icit the patronageof the same.
R. W. Harding, Proprietor,
Whealton, Va.
DN ACCOUNT OF OTHER BUSI
ness we have decided to sell out
our entire stock of general mer
:handise at Nuttsville, Va. No old
roods. Good stand, and house rented
;heap. Terms easy.
SlCSAO Bkos., Monaskon, Va.
JAS0L1NE BOAT FOR SALE.
HAVE A 35 FOOT GASOLINE BOAT
for sale. Fitted with 7-horsepower
engine and will carry about 175
mshels of oysters. Applv to
Coulbourn Bros. Oyster Co.
Whealton, Va.
>RIYATE YACHT TO EXPOSITION.
Parties of twelve or less, ladies and
gentlemen, or gentlemen alone, wishing
o charter the gasoline yacht "Blanche"
oattend Jamestown Exposition for ten
laysor under, at $27.50 per day, includ
ng lodging, plain board and use of boat
laily, can do so for any ten days after
day 15 not already chartered. Apply to
W. L. Messick, Irvington, Va.
HOMEFORSALE.
5ITUATED ON GREENVALE Creek,
containing 35 acres of land, with
oyster shore. Good location for
tysterman, shucking house on each side
lwo dwelling houses on place. Will
ell all or part. For f urther particulars
nquire J. H. Gould, Molusk, Va.
FOR SALE.
9NE PORTABLEGRIST MILL, CAN
be run by 6-horse-power engine.
Also one ^-horse-power Marine
jiasoline Engine. Apply to
W. B. Demby, Kilmarnock, Va.
NOTICE.
rHE NORTHERN NECK AGRICUL
tural fair grounds, with buildings,
'will be soldat Heathsville on Mon
lay, June 10th, 1007, (that being court
lay), at public auction.
J. G. Rice, Sec'y. N. N. A. A.
'OPLAR AND ASH LOGS WANIED.
WILL BUT IN LARGE OR SMALL
quantltles Poplar, Asb, Hlckory
aud Walnut Loga. Also Dogwood
,nd Persimmon wood.
R II. BENSON, Wcems, Va.
'0LI.F.(.E 0F WILLIAM & MARY,
WILLIAM8BUKG, VA.
Two hundred and fourteenth session
?egins September 19th, 1907. Buildings
enovated and newly equipped, lighted
vith electricity and supphed with pure
irtesian water. Two Courses: (1) Col
egiate Course leading to the degrees of
L A., M. A. and B. S. (2) Normal
Course: Tuition free and board at re
luced rates. Send for Catalogue.
l/VON U. TYLER. M. A., LL. D., Pres.
IRVINGTON BEACH HOTEL,
R. S, MiTce?i.c,Prop'r,
IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA.
Open y?ar around. A family reaort. Safe
?athioK for children. Table aupplled wltb
vater producta in their aeaaona.
Terms very low.
KILMARNOCK HOTEL
rhe traveling public ls infornied that
our new hotel ap?rtmeuts are ln
shape to entertain them comfortably.
rravelets pald particular attention.
L. L Ykruy & Son,
Kilmarnock, Va.
We make a specialty
of printing
kVEDDINC
INVITATION8.
I^atest atyles type and
paper used. Write for
samples and prices.
The Echo Pubushing Company,
Stationers,
?rs,
II athsville, Va.
Printers, Stationers,
Booksellers,
THE LAJVCASTER MTIOML BMK,
iR^rnsroxoisr, ya.
Oeposits Solicited, Negotiable Paper Discounted.
Noamounts too small for deposit, and every one should patrouize this home
institution by opening an aoooont Interest nrJd on time dcpoeits. All business
committed to our keeping held in strict coutidence.
Bankopen from 9 A. M. to3 P. M. except Saturdays; Saturdays 9 A. M. to 12 M
CANDIDATES' CARDS.
To the Voters of Wlstmgf.fland
and Northumberland Cointies:
I respectfully deciare myself a
candidate for the nomination bv the
next Democratic primary for the House
Of Delegates from the counties of
Westmoreland and Northumberland.
Respectfully,
?,..... ? T. A. Jett.
Tibitha, Va., April 16, 1907.
To THE ClTIZENS OF LANCASTER AND
Richmond:
Trusting my course has commended
itself to you, I again ask your support
as a candidate for the House of Dele?
gates. If elected I ask the benefit of
your advice and judgment in all matters
pertaming to the public welfare.
Respectfully,
JohnCurlett.
Whcalton, Va., April 15, 1907.
To the Voters of Lancaster:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the oflice of Sheriff for Lancaster
County. I shall appreciate the support
of my friends at this time, and if elected
I shall discharge the duties of this office
the best I can, faithfully and conscien
tiously as I have endeavored to do in all
m the past. Respectfully,
J. R. Gresham.
To the Voters of Westmoreland and
Northumberland Counties:
I am a candidate for nomination by
the next Democratic primary for the
House of Delegates for the counties of
Westmoreland and Northumberland.
Very respecl fully,
W. T. Mayo.
Hague, Va., March 15, 1907.
To the Voters of Lancaster County:
I announce myself a candidate for
re-election to the office of Sheriff of the
County of Lancaster and earnestly solicit
the support of my friends. Should it
be your pleasure to elect me I pledge a
faithful discharge of my duti<* to the
best of my ability as has been my aim
at all times in the past.
Very respectfully,
Jas. A. Chowning.
To the Voters of Westmoreland and
Nortumberland Counties:
I announce myself a candidate for the
House of Delegates from Westmore?
land and Northumberland counties, sub?
ject to the Democratic primary. I
tried during the last session of the
Legislature to serve my people fairlv
and honestly and to their best interests.
Belleviag 1 have done this, I ask your
endorscment of my stewardship by
reelection. Very respectfully,
_ , . , George Mason.
Colonial Beach, Va., April 2, 1907.
To the Citizens of Lancaster:
Subject to whatever action the Demo?
cratic party organization may take,
I hereby announce myself a candi?
date for the position of Attorney
for the Commonwoalth for Lancaster
County. Four years ago you entrusted
the duties of this office to my hands,
and if my efforts to fulfill them have
met with your approval, I shall feel
grateful for endorsement by your votes
for a second term.
Respectfully,
Frank G. Newbilu
TO TH E ClTIZENS OF LANCASTER COUNTY:
I take this opportunity to announce
to my friends and to the citizens gener
ally that I am a candidate for the posi?
tion of Commonwealth's Attorney of
Lancaster county, subject to whatever
action the Democratic county committee
may decide upon. If elected I shall
endcavor to discharge the duties of the
position tothe best of my ability, while
if defeated, I shall humbly bow to the
will of the people.
Respectfully yours,
R. O. Norris, Jr.
To the Voters of Northumberland
County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the Democratic nomination for
Sheriff for Northumberland County. I
sincerely thar.k those who have stood
by me in the past and shall appreciate
their support at this time, and if elected,
I shall discharge the duties of the office
the best I can. I have at present a
faithful and capable Deputy Mr. Lindsay
Headley, of Lottsburg, and if I am
elected he will continue with me.
Very respectfully,
W. E. Flynt.
Avalon, Va., April 3, 1907.
To the Democratic Voters of Nor?
thumberland County:
I hereby respectfully announce myself
a candidate for the nomination of the
Democratic party of said county for the
office of Commonwealth's Attorney for
the ensuing term.
I sincerely thank those who have so
cordially stood by me in the past and
shall appreciate the help of all persons
who may see fit to support me in the
f uture. If elected I shall discharge the
duties of the office faithfully and con
scientiousiy, as I have endeavored to do
in the past. Yours respectfully,
C. S. Towles.
Reedville, Va., March25th, 1907.
- - REASONABLE ? ?
. AND
- -RESPONSIBLE- -
THESE ARE TWO THINGS IN
WHICH THE AVERAOB COUN?
TRY MKKIMIAM SHOULD
NECESSARILT BE IN
ORDER TO MAKE A
SUCCESS.
He should be
reasonable in
his charges and
responsiole for
every thing he
sells
UNLESS A MERCHANT Hl VS HIS
O00DS1N LARGE (Jl AN II I IKS
DIRECT FROM THE MANU
FACTURERS(likeiredo)
He cannot do
justice to him
self and to his
customers at
the same time,
We try to be as
reasonable as
we can and
stand good for
everytning we
sell.
Our Frices Whi the Trade and Oar
Fair Dealiogs Hold lt.
SCHWARTZMAN BROS.
WHITE STONE
and
KILMAKNOCK.
ALWAYS POPULAR
JEWELRY.
The most popular and lasting
of all. Always appropr'ale.
FOR THE LADIES:
Flne Gold Rraceleta (very iatvat
patterns), ...
Ladies' Hkt. Solid Gold vvatcbe* < Kljrlti
or Waitlam movementa),
Gold Fllled Watch Chalna.
FOR THE MEN:
Fancy Gold 8carf Plna.
Solld Gold l.itik Buttona. ?
Solid Gold Dlamond Llnk Buttona.
M.-u's Hkt. Bolid Onld WhK-Ii, -
Mon'sso-.v.-.ir GoM Fiiu-d Watch (Blain
or Waltliam movcmentaj.
* ? 50
18 00
2 50
t 1 00
800
360
.*> (10
10 00
Headciu ?rters for Wcdding Prcs
ent8. Write us for prices on
any artlclc in the Jewelry line,
We can plcasc you in prlccs, etc.
MILLER,
BALTIMORE, mo.
THK JKWKI.KK,
28 K. Baltimore St.,
SHINGLES! SHINGLESi!!
We keep constantly on hand 4,5, and
6 inch cypresB shingles at lowcBt prlcep.
VV . A. Dahkron & Bro.. Weems.
I. P. JUSTIS & CO.,
Commission
Merchants,
pOR THE SALE OF Produce, Oys
tera, Live Stock, Hldei, Poultry
Bggs.etc.
12 E. CAMDEN ST.,
BALTIMORE, MD.
"A Firm That'a DitTerent "
PRESTON & CO.,
SEA?COMMISSION?F000.
Pajs Highest Prlce* for
FISH, SOFT CRABS, FROGS, ETC.
FISH CTV") MARKET,
WlREIIOlsE: 20 MARkET PLACE,
BALTIMORE, MO.
SOLICITOICS WANTED.
?f you want dwHUnica. cnurcbes. tcnta or
t ouacsot any do?it ii?tion i.uilt write to W. F.
Jcaeo.contractor, Lltwalton, Va. Kalimatca
wa" down; mlllB located in Lancaster county
C10MPRECHT & BE1VESCH,
Baltimore, Md.
GOMPREUIT & BE\RS< II,
Baltimore, .11 d.
We pay Freight Charges to Any Wharf in This
Section on all Orders of $15 or Over.
DINING ROOM FURNITURE.
If you want furaiture for your dining
room, write us. We have very large
assortments of dining room fumiture
and our price3 are exceedingly small.
Dining room extension tables $3.5Q UD.
Sideboards, $1 , up.
China Closets, $ 1 2.50 up.
Chairs, $ 1?25up.
Immense assortments of mission
pieces for the dining room.
We guarantee every thing we sell to
give entire satisfaction?or money back.
QOMPRECHT & BENESCH,
Every Thing
For
The Home,
BALTIMORE,
316) North
* Eutaw
Q1 O
320 J Street,
1VEI3.
ICttlaaoa1 Natlonal liank
luiul Mcrcanttle Aifcnclca.
Eatabllabed 1869. Hcfcr to
OUR SPECIALTIES
^Frviits and ^Tegreta.toles,
Poultry, Live Stock,
E^^s, 'Wool a.nd Frogs.
HU.IIEST PRICES. PROMPT KETUKN8.
Corre8pondence and ahipmenta aolicited.
I. COOKE &c SONS,
General Commiaaion Merchanta,
7 W. PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
Ship to the old reliable firm,
E. W. ALBAUCH & SON,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOB THE SALE OF
FRESH FISH, SOFT CRABS, TERRAPIN, GAME, ETC,
Office and Stall, Section N Wholesale Fish Market,
ffarehouse, 3 0 arket Place, ba timore, md.
Shad and Soft Crabs, Specialties. Top Prices Guaranteed.
SHIPPERS OF FISH AND CRABS
Who want a large and absolutely reliable houae
to handle their Baltimore ahipmenta 8hould ahip to
& co
222 LIGHT STREET WHARF,
BALTIMORE, MD.
We can get you the top market price8 at all timea.
We handle Fiah, Craba, Terrapina, Game, etc.
SHAD A 8PECIAI/TY.
KKFKKKNCK: Cltiaena Mutloual ltMi>k
S. LM-. LYELL & CO.
General Commission Merchants
OFFICE & WAREHOUSE, A E. CAMDEN St!
BALTIMORE, MD.
jfiCTMlEgI||EBI3a3^ gHH A
ESTAIUSHtD 18T8
A. Ukuis 8t Son,
(^ommtssion ^ricrc/iants.
GRAIN. LIVE STOCK, WOOL. FRUIT AND PRODUCE
. C/ta /timore, ^Alc^.
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