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AU oo?tntiotcat'onn ahould h? addreaaod to
tia ViHoiMiA Citixkm. Lrvmtcton.v*.
F. A. Gunby spent Monday in Norfolk
Mis8 Ruth Willing is visiting friends
in Portsmouth thia week.
William Wise returned home from
his work this week quite sick.
Social Circle Monday night next at
the home of Mrs. W. G. Dunton.
Mra. M. J. Parron, of Essex county,
is the gueat of Mrs. W. J. Newbill.
Commisaioner Lee is looking after
the Jamea river 8urvey this week.
Myrton Towell, of Baltimore, is visit?
ing his aunt, Mra. S. P. Simmons.
Mias Pauline C. Long is on a week's
viait to Mias Julia Palroer, at Saluda.
Howard L. Creighton, of Burgesa
Store, was here Wednesday and Thurs?
After Saturday night (14th) the
akating rink will be closed until Ueto
ber lat. _
Clinton Bew is spending this week at
hia parental home in King and Queen
?I. T. Rilee and family and Mrs.
Judith A. Bonner spent Sunday with
relatives at Urbanna.
Sam Smith. of Washington, is at the
home of his brother, Geo. StC Smith,
for a month or more.
E. W. Long, Lynn Ford and Sterling
Tull are attending the Pocomoke Fair
at Pocomoke, Md.. this week.
Mra. Jas. W. Gresham, of Hedgc
ville, W. Va., accompanied by a friend,
is registered at Irvington Beach.
Bonzelle Busse'.ls, of Baltimore, for
merly of this place, ia now pilot on
Cipt. Arthur P. Messick's boat.
Gus. Loudenberger, wife and daugh?
ter. Miss Mae, of Baltimore, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Garner this week.
Jno. C. Brewington was in Norfolk
Wednesday gctting gasoline boat licenso
and regulalion equipment for his boat.
Dr. T. S. !> Covington, prominent
Northern Neck dentist, was here this
week going to and returning from
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sanders left
Monday night for Warsaw to altend
the obsequies of the former's laater,
Mrs. Geo. Clark.
J. Griff Edwards, of Portsmouth,
Monday night joined hia wife who is
spending the month of August at the
Mrs. John R. Padgctt and daughter,
Irma, and Misses Blanchc and Lucy
Hammonds are visiting relatives in
Jacob Gjldstrom, the shoe man, of
Baltimore. spent Wednesday here. He
also visited at Whealton and in Middle
aex county this week.
Wm. Gerhard, of the firm Gcrhard,
Reed & Co., murchant tailors,Baltimore,
accompanied by his wife, spent last and
this week here and at Reedville.
Ix)yola Lrdand is hnving erected a
tenant house on Isaac'a Point, on the
creek l):tok of the home place. Wm.
Mason and O. .1. Haydon are <loing the
Mrs. A .lam. s, jr., and two children,
Eather and V? iHard. are spending thia
w ek wilh reiativ.s ai Lancaster. Mr.
Jame^ was r. cently in Richmond a week
Mr and Mrs. Geo. StC. Smith spent
Saturday evening and Sunday with the
la'ier's sistir, Mrs. Robt. Snow, at
Wicomico, who has been very 8ick but
is now itnproved.
T. J. Eubank, Browns Store, Va., is
in the market for. a few thousand each
cheatnutand white oak ties. Could alao
h indle cargo or so of sap pine lumber.
For full particulars write him. *
Mrs. Ol II. Sherman, of Fredericka
burg, arrived last week to spend some
time at her parental home. Her
mother, Mrs. W. L. Messick, left this
week for Penn Mar, Md., to be absent
Mrs. C. B. Riggin has as her guest
her sister indaw, Mrs. Lm_ Sullivan,
of Baltimore. While these ladies were
out driving Saturday night they ran
upon a small wagon which upset their
buggy and hurt both of them, but not
Ex-mayor Alceus Hooper and fami?
ly, of Baltimore, are registered at the
Irvington Beach. Mr. Hooper visited
Point Francis and other property on
the Rappahannock, and it is believed
he will purchase a summer home in this
aection if he can find what pleases
ln order to advertise the b_aJBQML I
will take hoardcra the rest of ir>ioa> at
f&M a week.
J. W. Clarkso.m,
Sharps Wharf, Va.
An entertainment is being gotten up
in which talent from Baltimore, Wash?
ington, Norfolk and Portsmouth, in
connection with home talent, is engag
ed, to be rendered shorily at the
Opera House here. The program will
bein large part music'al. but inteisper
aed with recitations, etc.
Mrs. Broaddus Rowe and daughter,
Elner, of Gw>nns, Mathews county,
and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Marshall. of
West Point, Va., are guests of Capt.
and Mrs. Jno. W. Hundley this week.
Ctpt. Geo. Owens and son, George, jr.,
who were also guests at that home this
week, have returned to their homes at
Gwynns accompanied by Andrew Hund?
ley and sister, Miss Cora.
SEARKD WITH A HOT IRON.
oracaldad by ovarlurnad k.ttle cut with * knilV
-- bruiaed by alammeil duor injured by gun or in
any othar way the Oiin* n??xied at one* ia Hu.i
l?a'a ArnicaSalvctoaubdue inf_mniati<>n and kill
the pain. It'a earth'a aapreine heule*. infallil>!?>
for B<>?U. Ulcara. JrVvtw Sorea. Krz<*uui and 1'iU-M.
2V. at All DruK-_i*ta.
CAUGHT ??. THE FLY.
Steamer Mobjack will run excuralone
to Wharton Grove from Norfolk the two
Sundays of camp. August 22 and 29th.
Steve Hanna, of White Stone, left
Thursday for a two weeka' viait to his
parental home_at Havre de Grace, Md.
Mrs. J. P. Stakes and Miss Mary
Miller Brent left Kilmarnock Saturday
for Staunton, the latter for an indefi
nite staywith her sister. Mrs. Weyman.
The old Dunaway place, near Lancas?
ter C. H., has been purchased from
Dr. Gorgas by Mr. J. W. Hinec, of
A. .1. Brent spent several daya last
week at bis old home at Heathsville
Jack is now a knight of the road, with
a territory extending over thirteen
States and the Dominion of Canada.
His many friends in the Northern Neck
are glad to learn of his success as a
The recent second annual Colonial
Jubilee at Colonial Beach was a decided
siccess, and it will doubtlesa be an an?
nual occurrence at the Beach. The
Westmoreland Record says that Mi8s
Dimple Shackleford, of Washington.
was awarded the gold medal offered
for the most graccful lady dancer. Her
partner was Mr. Frank Hayward, of
Colonial Bench. While there were
many other graceful dancers compet
ing, the decision met with the approval
of the crowd.
Malcolm A. Coles, fornierly of North
umberland county, but now of the
Department of Justice, Washington,
left July 20th on business in connec
tion with five or six important cases
of that department at Bozeman, Mont.,
Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los
Angeles, Salt Lake and Denver. On
his way out he went througb Yellow
stone Park, and expects to make tripa
to Aiaska from Seattle, and into Mexi
co from Ia>s Angelea. He will return
to Washington about October 10th.
WHARTON GROVE CAMP WHARF.
The old wharf at Wharton Grove
Camp has been taken away and a new
one, much larger, stronger and more
complete in every way, haa been built.
Boats of any size can find good landing
and passengers ran be landed in great
er numbera and f-tster. Mr. John
Payne. the not.-d wharf huilder, plan
ned and constmeled the wtn.rf and will
peiv.on.tily supt i :n.e;id its uiatiagement.
Mrs. Mary V.. Clark, formerly of
Richmond county.J but later of Wash?
ington, died in tha* city Sunday even?
ing in the H_rJ year of her age. Mrs.
Clark is survived by her husband,
George Clark. throe aons, one daugh?
ter. one brother- George W. Sanders,
of Irvington and one sister -Mrs. W.
W. Broadus, of Warsaw. Interment
Tuesday afternoon at Muntross.
A _l , atch from N-ishville, Tenn.,
Mondav stated that .1. M;?ek Morgan,
of Warsaw, Va.. was found unconscioua
the day before and died in three hours
after being taken to a hospital. It ia
believodjthat poison. eitheradministercd
by his own hand or that of some one
elae, was the cause of his death. Mr.
Morgan was about 4T> years of age and
brother of W. Y. Morgan, editor of
the Northern Neck Newa.
Capt. William E. Goffigan, died in
Hampton Monday from atroke of par
alysis which he suffcred Wednesday
before. Mr. Goffigan repreaented
James City, New Kent, York, Warwick
and Charlca City counties in the House
of Delegates, and had only been recently
renominated by acclamation. He was
sixty live years of age, and had been u
meivhant in York county, where he waa
known as the "Grand Old Man of
Revival services w.-re held at White
Stone Baptist church all of last week,
the pastor, Rev. C. A Hall doing the
preaching. Much intereat waa mani
feated in the meeting and it is believed
great good was accompliahed. Revival
services are in progress at the Method?
ist church there this week, Pastor
Garner, being assisted by Evangalist E.
C. Glenn. And several have profesaed
faith and a deep spiritual atmosphere
pervadea the whole settion.
?OUNNQ MERTINGS ON WHARF.
The Glouceater Tribune saya that M.
Lee Starke, a well known newapaper
man of New York city and successful
evangolist, also well known in the
Northern Neck, conducted a religious
camjM.i^'i ;.''i..u.,hout July at Glouces?
ter Point, tho meetinga being held on
the wharf and attended by large crowda.
Many local volunteer assistants cooper
ated wiih the evangelist.
Revival meetinga will begin at Wi?
comico M. P. church the fourth Sunday
in August (22nd.) All day meetings
aervicca 10.30 a. m; an old fashioned
experience meeting at 2 p. m.. and
preaching I p.m. Night services will
be h*dd during the week, beginning
promptly at eight oclock.
Liberty'a revival will begin the fifth
Sunday (Aug 29th.) All day meetinga.
Preaching 10.30 a. m. and 3 p. m.
Niyht services during the week at 8
Fairfields meetinga were postponed
because of the pastor's illness. Her
meetings will begin tha first Sunday in
Sentembcr. AU day meetinga on Sun?
day. Preaching at 10.30; an oldfaahioned
expetivneed meeting at 3 p. m.. and
preaching at 3 p. m. The services
(K.ringthe week will begin promptly at
2 \\ m. everyday.
s.t.yrna revival will begin the second
Sunday in September. All day meet
i . s. Preaching at 10.30 a. m? and 3
p. m. Night services during the week
a; i) o'clock.
Afton'a revival will begin the fourth
S;inday in September (the 26th). AU
d-iy meetinga. Preaching at 10.30 a. m;
a i oldfaahioned experience meeting at
2 p. m., and preaching at 3 p. m. Night
services during the week at 8 o'clock.
J. E. Massey, Paator.
Lancaster beat the Kilmarnock
"Invincibles" election day 7 to 4.
Irvington base-ball team left Tuesday
on their secoud trip to Eastern Shore
of Virginia and Maryland, where they
have several games acbeduled. They
lost the oae with Crisfiold Wednesday.
Miss Annie Norris haa returned home
from attending the Normal at Fred*r
With corn crops cut short on account
of the drought, and corn now selling
at a dollar a bushet, what will it be
Those on the aick list are: Mrs. J.
R. Webb and Mrs. Ernest Haynie.
Mrs. EmelineNeillhaa returned to her
home in Baltimore, after spending two
weeks with friends and relatives here
and White Chapel.
Jas. Jenkins. of Warsaw, spent from
Friday until Tuesday with friends near
here. Forget m e-not.
Rev. II. L. Walton, for several years
pastor of the Presbj terian church here,
is viaiting friends at this place.
Dr. W. M. Kirk, of White Stone. was
here Tuesday looking after aome busi?
ness at Wharton Grove.
Henry Benson has been quite sick
the past several days.
Mrs. J. C. Owens is spending thia
week in Norfolk. ,
A number of people from thia place
attended Marvin Grove Camp last Sat?
urday and Sunday.
W. O. Doggett. of Wicomico Church.
was the guest Saturday night and Sun?
day at the home of his brother, Capt.
B. G. Doggett.
The canning factories here started
up work this week. *_,
L. O. Towles is in Baltimore this
week hav ing his eyea treated by a
Miss Mary Jones, of Fredericksburg,
and Misses Mary Gregg and Gertrude
Newhouse, of York, Pa., are viaiting
the Misses McKenney here.
J. Mayo Kobinson has been quite sick
for aome time and under the care of
Dr. Oldham. He is much improved at
Another large barge is loading wood
in Eastern Branch this week.
Measrs. Sloan, Pitman and Taft are
this week working on White Marsh
church putting in new pews, wainscoat
There will be no more Sunday school
at White Marsh church until the first
Sunday in September. The pastor will
preach there on the fourth Sunday in
August at 11a. m. Y.
I). E. Gordon. of Baltimore, is visit?
ing at the home of his wife's parents.
near here this week.
J. A. Rogers is visiting his son here
The masquerade given by Miss Cor
rinne Rogers, in honor of Miss A. M.
Johnson was a auccetw, each and every
one present seemmg'T.o enjoy the even?
ing. Refreahments in abundance were
8erved and gamea were indulged in un?
til a late hour when the guests bid
their hostess adieu and left for their
Mra. Geo. E. Lewii visited her pa?
rental home at Saluda last week.
Mra. Smith, of Saliabury, Md., is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mra.
Mills, near Ottoman.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hall, of White
Stone. were the guests of the latter's
aiater, Mra. W. A. Oliver, laat week.
Little Hilda Jett, of this place. is
apending some time with her grand
MissOllie Payne and Miss Carrie Cal
lia, of Mathews, are viaiting Mra. L.
A. Callis here.
W. K. Rogera, of the Railway Mail
service, ia visiting his brother here thia
Cha8. Immore and Albert Dynkmye,
of Baltimore, spent a few days at the
home of W. H. Warren last week.
Mr. and Mra. Warren are viaiting
frienda and relatives in Baltimore thia
W. H. Warren has compleied his
new cannery and is now ready for the
tomatoes which are ripening up.
Mrs. Lucy Mcl. Eubank and children
last week moved from Ottoman to
Buena Viata, Va.,where they will
make their future home.
In the Good Old Summertime.
Mr. H. Norman Babbitt, of Baltimore,
announces the approaching marriage of
his siater, Mias Eva Munson Babbitt,
to Mr. J. Henry McNamara, of White
Stone, Saturday morning, August 21 at,
at Oxford, N. C.
Miss Gertrude Gulick, daughter of
Mrs. Emma Davia Gulick, of Heaths?
ville, was married Wedneaday of this
week, in Washington, to Mr. Harry
Clarence Healey, of Philadelphia,
at which latter place they will make
their future home.
Mr. S. S. Russell, of Mila, Northum?
berland county, and Miss Julia Eliza?
beth Eubank, of Browns Store, same
county, were married at high noon Tues?
day, August 10th, at Lebanon Baptist
church. Mrs. Russell is an accomplish
ed and attractive young lady and
has many frienda :n Lancaster and
Northumberland counties. Mr. Russell
is a progresaive business man of lower
Mr. Samuel Jennin ?s White, of Red
ford, Va., and Miss Emma Virginia
Whealton, daughter of Captain and
Mra. Jno. H. Whealton, of Whealton.
Va., were married at the home of the
hride Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Owing to the extrenfe illness of the
hride's mother the wedding was very
ip:iet, only a few et the imm-diate fam- \
ily witnessing the ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. White will make their home at j
Quinnimont, W. Va.
Steamer Potomac is again on the
Rappahannock, the Calvert being put
on the Potomac river on the route of
the Northumberland. which broke her
shaf t laat week.
Owing to protesta from mariners, the
Lighthouse Commission has decided not
to change thej poaition of the Cape
Charlea light veaael station. It waa
announced aome time ago that the posi
tion would be changed considerably,
but it has been decided to let it remain
where it is for the present.
Professor and Mrs. J. Bayaie Marsh
arrived Sunday to spend a while at the
gentleman's parental home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rice visited
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ward, at Heaths?
Harry Hurst and Millard Conley, of
Wicomico Church, are doing some brick
work for C. E. Dawson this week.
Our young friend, Urbane Cockrell,
loat his fine mare last wesk from eat
ing too much crimson clover hay. He
can't replace her for a hundred and
Mrs. G. M. Beane returned to her
home here last week, after spending
the summer with friends at Heathsville.
They are moving in their new dwelling
Lawrence Marsh is improving a little
but very slow. U AND I.
William Willing, of the Coast and
Geodetic Survey Corps is sick at thia
Sherman Denny, of Baltimore, is
spending his vacation with hia cousins.
Mrs. Frank Haynie and Charlie Neal.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coles left last
week for their home in Baltimore.
Mrs. Coles spent some time with her
Mias Edna Dare, and Miss Millie Bly,
of Baltimore, are visiting Miss Camilla
Mrs. John Taliaferro, who has been
quite aick for some time, is improving,
Alpha Walker in Baltimore last
week passed examination for engineer,
getting first class licenae.
Mrs. Luch Haynie spent last week
with her sister, Mrs. McGuiggan, of
Hacks Neck. Thelma.
?TWAS A ULORIOU8 VICTORY
There's rejoicing in Fedora. Tenn. A mann llfe
haa been aaved. and now Dr. King's New Dis
oovery is the talk of the town for eurinft- C. V.
Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could
not work nor get about." he writea. "and the doc?
tors did me no good. but. after using Dr. King's
New Diacovery tfiree week*. I feel like a new
man. and can do irood work again." For weak.
sore ordiaeaaed lung*. Coughs and Colda. Hem
orrhages. Hay Fever. LaGrippe. Asthma or any
Bronchial atTection lt stands unrivaled. Price
50c. and tt.OO. Trial Bottle free. Sold and guar
anteedby ol) Druggista.
MARVIN GROVE CAMP.
Without question the season at old
Marvin Grove which closed on Monday
morning last was one of the most suc
cessful and enjoyable in many, many
years. The conversiona did not reach
quite a hundred, but the spiritual ardor
which filled everybody must tell won
derfully in the great number of corn
munities rcpreaented during the meet?
ing. Truly this pioneer camp is on the
upgrade. Nearly all of the hundred
cottages were occupied during the en
tire ten days, and although the firat
Sunday and some of the week days
were damp there was no lack of con
gregations. The attendance on last
Sunday was estimated to be about four
thousand. Perfect order, such as has
not been so strikingly noticeable before,
prevailed throughout the entire meet?
ing. For this Presiding-c'.der Gayle de
serves tlie credit. He surely under
stands running a camp meeting and how
to handle crowds?and that. too, with?
out uiving offense. Revs. Christian
and PetenI madea splendidyoke,preach?
ing powerful 8ermons in diversified
Taken altogothcr, as intimated at
the outset, the preachin?, order, atten
dance and high class of visitors and
tenters could liardly be excelled.
More young people attended than has
been aeen for years. While there
were about two beautiful girls for
every Romeo, the latter measured up
pretty well this year in numbers and
cleverneas. Irvington, Reedville and
Urbanna vied with one another in the
number and attractiveness of lassies,
while there waa a good sprinkling of
beautiful young ladies from throughout
W. G. Beane handled his unexpected
crowd in good ahape, ably assisted by
Archie Beane, Lee Sanders and Millard
Ficklin, with a strong corps of subor
dinates. The liveries under M. C.
Lewis and S. K. Hank did well and
gave full satisfaction. The stores and
shops of Messrs. Bryant and Pierce &
Davenport supplied confections and
were liberally patronized.
A number of persons selected sitea on
which to build cottages for next year,
while a number of transfers were also
made. The committee showed every I
inclination to favor tenters and induce
new comers, as well as handling other
propositions in admirable taste.
Policemen Will Jones and R. C.
Mozingo were courteous and affable,
and had little trouble with the splendid
gathering of "quality folk" at this
Messrs. Lyell, Chilton and Norris had
their automobles on the grounds, at
tracting much interest.
VriSHIKHToN'* Pbtt'UE SPOT*
lie inthe low. marsh y bottoms o? the Potomac. the
brcediug aaaoaal of rnalaria mmwm*. These germ*
cauaachillx. tevmc and ague, biliousnefta. jaundic
lasaitude. weak ness. general dcbility and hrinysuf
ring or death U> tl-.m: an.i:, yearly. l;ul Kl.vtrio
Bfttata never fuil l^ d<:.ln > them antl ? ui i-malari*
troublea. "Th. y art- the l.es-t ali-rom.d laaia and
cure for mularia 1 rvrr u.Hed." writes H. M.
Jamea. of IxmoUen. S. C. They cure Stomach.
Liver. Kidney and HUkkI Ti?til>lesund will nrt-vent
Typhoid. Try them. tok-. t,:i;araut?*vl by u!l
PIFE SETS UUNCH ON FIRE.
The uxplosion of a gasoline tank <n
a motorboat in Elizabeth river endan
gered tne lives of C. B Ross a..d Fred
Giasner, both of whom were forced
to jump in the river in order to escape
the ilames that enveloped the boat.
They were rescucd by the negro ferry
Sparka from a freshly lighted pipe
belonging to one of the occupants waa
responsible for the explosion.
Small gaaolene boat for sale cheap.
Ad of University of Virginia, Char
List of road and other expenditures
of Lancaster county.
Dr. Newlin, Quaker eye apecialiat,
will be at Camps: See ad.
Notice to creditora of sloop Annie
M., recently purchased on Eastern
?t>TA_ia> Ohio. City or lot too.'
LUCAH COUNTY. ?**?
Ftaak J. Cbeiiey nutkaa fath that he i.sentor
partnar of the firm of F. J. (." . ..%? * C?.. loing
!<?!|__ in the City of TolwJ.. <'<>i.nty aiul State
aforewaid. and that said ftjni arttl pay the ?um of
ONE NINDRKD DOLLARS ' . *__ and every
c*h? of Catarrh that cannot be cuiod by theuae of
Hall a Cakarta Cure. FRANK J CHENEY.
Sworn to before me nnd subscribed in my pr*a
enc*. thi* 6th day of LH>cember. A. l>
(SKAL.) A. W. GLEASUN.
Rall'a Catairh Cure ia ts>er. lrtemaily. and acts
directly on the blood and mucoua aurfaceaof the
aystefn. Send for testimonial* fri'e.
F. J. CHENEY _ CO.. To'.elo. O
SoMbyall I>rugglsts. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pilla for conatipaticn.
A GASOLINE BOAT. lo FEET IN
length, with a ? horse power Eagle
engine. As I have two small boat8
and no use for but one will sell chvap.
Jno. C. Ewell.
IF THERE ARE ANY OUTSTAND
injr accounts against sloop Annie M.,
hailing from Cape Charles, Va, but
receptly purcha8ed by S. P. Simmons,
ar., Irvington, Va., holder or holders
of same will please present them with
proper vouchers to purchaser within
next thirty days.
MONEY TO LOAN.
QNEY TO LOAN. PAPER DIS
' COUNTED. Apply to
Chas. G. Snkad. Agent,
AFEW CARGOES OF 50,000 TO
75.000 feet each, Virginia Pine
Framing, sizes 2x4 to 2x10 and 4x4
to 6x8?10 to 20 feet long. Address
W. W. Tdnls & Bko. Lumrkk 0o_
Tunis Mills, Talbjt County, Md.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
KOWINA- ALDEI MAN.LL D.,l'rea.
In addition to the course* for tha B. A. degree
four year course* leading to the degree of
BA( IIKLOK OP KCfftHUn
is now ofTered. These course* may be arranged
either aa Cullural ? otiraes. Uying espw-ial em
phasia on the Natural Sclancea. the Modern I_n
guages, or other inodern disciplines; or a* %w?-a*
ilo.iai IMBihi, fitting a young man for work
aa? PKAt'TIC ?l. ? IIKMISI,
High School Teacher of Mathematics or Science.
or other practical work in Applied Science.
This degree alao admita the student to
the Graduate School as candidate fur
the higher degee of Muaier of ?r|
?ure or l?oct?.r <>1 f hllosophy.
For further infnrmation. Address
HOWARD WINSTON. Kkcistrar.
GET IN LINE FOR
It Means Dollars and
Cents to You.
EYERY DOLLAR YOU SAVE IS A
Your neighbor knows it and tak? s
advantage of it, then why ahouldn't
you? The values wc offer during thia
clearing aale are oxceedingly great and
we want every customer of oura to get
their equal ahare.
Every article in our stores is marked
down ao that you cannot afford to pass
Come early and got flu full benefH
of our clearing sale.
BIG REDUGTION SALE FOR
30 DAYS ONLY.
Men's Suits, $15.00-Sale Price $10.90.
12.50 M " 8.95.
All Ladies' and Gents* Low Shoes
and Oxfords will be sold at 50c less than
previous selling price. Also a few
dozen pairs of Men's and Boys' Trousers
to go at a sacrifu-e.
If your boy needs a Suit for school
this fall tako advanlnge of Ihis offer
while you have an opoortunity.
THE HOME OFGENlSTOGGiRr,
Sharps is the place toget the best
and iheapest goods, and as proof
look at these prices: lurkish bath
soap 20 cts. a dozen worlh 40 cts.
Cuticura soap 18 cts. Colgate
Talcum powdtr 15 cts.
We aell Furniture, Cook Stoves,
and everything else found in an
up-to-date eountry store at rock
Come to our 8tore and if there
is anything wanted not in aight
ask for it; we are apt to have it.
No. 1 sapahingles for sale cheap.
J. W. CLARKSON,
We keep ronatantiy on tiaml 4,5, ?nd
6 Inch cypresa nhiaRlr.a at !nwn*i prlcei>
W. A. Damkkon A Bho. W?-.< n.a.
"dull acfeolar" la
ao because of
?ome delcct ol
the eye*. Don't
"cjlect the ?y*?
Of your children.
Remember School Will Soon
Also that the
FAMOUS SHADOW TEST
finds that HIUOEN CAUSE of
Nervousness. Headaches, Dizzy
Spella, etc. and POSITIVELY
I will be at the Campa. Advice and consultation free. Address card to
DR. NEWLIN, Quakcr Eye Specialist,
ICE AND GASOLINE DEPOT.
The Irving Oyster Co., in West Ir?
vington. will keep for sale in large or
small quantities ice, gasoline and all
kinds of oils and supplies for inotor
boats. Also stock of general merchan
dise, etc. Ikvinu Oystlr Co.,
PAY ING BIG PRICES FOR
Come or write to us, we will save you money
and please you with your purchase. Our stock
ia alwaya up to the minute in style and quality.
-A FEW SIKCIALS.
Ladiea' Solid Gokl Wateh. $15.00 up
Men'a Solid Gold Watrh. $26.00 up
Ladiea' and Men's Gold-filled Watrhr*. $10.00 up
| American Moveimiits Gi_ranteed I
Boys" Gold-niled Walchw. $7.50 up
Hundreds of Watches to chooae from. Name your
price and we truarantee value.
-HEADQUARTF.RS FOR WEDDING RINGS.
Diamonri En?penient Kintr*. $10.00 up
Other Diamond Rinprs. $20.00. $30.00 and $50.00
Solid Gold Ladiea' and M?*sc-.' Rin?. $1.50 up
When you have a Weddinic Present to buy. write
us tetlintr what is most desired and we will quot*
WM. J. MILLER.
28 E. Balto. Sl.. BALTIMORE. MD
Reference, "The Editor."
BRASS OR ALIJMINUM
or Caa era and Packers
hubber Stan pa, Steiullv, etc
V/rlte For Price Llat.
CHARLES & LOMBARD STS.
Wm. Oerhard. Geo. N. Koed.
U. F. Oerhard.
1ERHARD, REED & CO., lid
Makcra of pood Clolhea,
HON. IIntHW St., (SitoihI Flonr)
Write for samplea.
FOR THE SALE OF PRODUCE,
Oysters, Live Stock, Butter, Egg8,
Fruit and Trucka.
516 ENSOR STREET,
I. P. JUSTIS & GO.,
OOR THK SALE OF Produce, Oya?
tera, Live Stock, Uldea, Poultn
12 E. CAMDEN ST.,
BALTIMORE ICE CREaM,
429 IIANOVER aad
621 8. CHARLES STS
Attentlon la called to Henry Murr'e lee
Cr?'?iu. He iaoueot the olde-jt aad moat re
liable manufacturera of loe Creani nuw ln
Ilaltirnore. He uaea uotbina Imt tbe pureet
inaredienta, and It ia alwaya kept up to a hiR-h
degree of exceilence. All order* met witl
PURE and SOLID, LOWER than
Invite fishermen and others using
ICE to buy in Cluo Lots, saving
laasage, freight and purcha.se price.
Write us?or, better still, get up a
i-lub of usera and att us know how
much you could uae at a time and
we will make you an attractivo
ChlFIELD ICE m. GO.
_~_r7~w~"" ** ANTISEPTIC
YorSunburn. Mosquito Bltes, Cold*. Croup. Sore Throat,
Aslnma. Burns. Spralns. Bniises. Rhrumaltsm, Swcllin.
aUducti I-ev?r. All Drufgist*. 2ic. to $1.00.
Tointr..|,..<.,,,.r lance and eomplete Fall line of
beautifiil arool draaa K-...K M.iks and lancy w.i^t.
? IMW. lh.l;.t..| u? i, .,!:?. ? N.-xv Vc 1. <lty ?,at
.eriis. _Handaofneat line of materiala on the mai -
-et. Dealinsr direcl with the mills vou will find
??i prleaa l..xv. Proflta Jin.tm to $.?>.m weeklv
-mpie* and f.ill laatruetkoaa p_ck?d la
?Jnpta caae. ahipped exprea* prmud. N?> money
??>,??,,i Kxduairet?rri|~jr. Write f... partic
B* hrmi toappb
STANDARD DRFSS GOODS CO..
I>iit K .-. BUK2MAMTOM, N. Y.
Best for All Internal and Externsl
? Aches and Pains
?or. Rheum**!?". Sciatka, l~c Back.
Stiff Joints and Mutclcs, Sore Throat
C<il?ls. Strain*. Sprains, Cut?, Bruisc*
Co|,t-. Cramnn, IndnuMion.TiMjthachc.antl
all Nerve. Bonc and Musclc Achcs anj
Pain*. The genuinc ha* Noah's Ark on
every nackage. Ouarantccd and sold hy
all dealers In medicine rvcrywherc 25c
50c., and $1.00. Sample by mail frec'I
R?k Hrmmlj C^, Si.kMvxi, Tm., ?i-.tf a?.io?, __*,
Whoiosaleand KetailDonler In
Men's, Boya* and Children'g Read)
Made Clothlng, Wentg' Furniab.
Ing ttooda, Trunka, Yaligeg
Market Corii^r. Fredericksbu-jr, Vn
IF ABODT TO USE
WALL PAPER OR PANT
Write us for aamples ::nd pricca.
We have a limitid number of
l.un.llt s of Wall Paper. lr> as
?orted rolls to bttwUe, for *25
6-_t_, Add 2.r? cents for freight.
ADAMS' BOOK STORE,
The Car With
Whcn you buy an automobilcormotor
huggy, you want one with a reputataora
?one that has been thoroughly t.
in actual service?one that is "Time
Has Stood All Tests
on all kinds of roads?in all seasons?ir.
all kind8 of weather. It won ita repu
tation in actual use under the most
aevere conditions of actual service.
The Holsman is the original motor
bu?gy and is not an experiment.
Take a Ride With Us
and see for yourself how comfortable,
dependable and easy to operate The
Holsman is. We are always glad to
demonstrate The Holsman.
For Sule By
J M. LA'ICLL,
BRICK! BRICK! BRICK!
The place to bay Brick is at
all grades of
PAVING AND BUILDING BRICKS
We can deliver Brick to
any point on water front.
MARINE ENGINES: 2 horse power
$51; 2i horse power, *61; 3 horse
DOWCr, $71; 5 horse power, $99; 1Q
horse jKiwer, double, $240.
Extra nowerful, ever sible and Re
Habaax, We have been hunting for this
idea] engine for over a year. .
TO MKIU 1IANTS, CANNERS
AND BOAT OWNKRS:
Bnv your coal oll, gavolloe oll
hihI luhricatiiiK olls froui us. We
ru.tr.inlee full meaaure, and low
aat WlKik?aala DfaDf Large ware
Imttse aud compiete atock. We
pay cabh for empty oll barrela.
W. A. IUWKKON A BRO.,
tgeai Btaadard on Co.,
Matine Railway Co.,
RoW et|ii|p|?evl fur haullng
and rafralrl?g all claaaea of
hoalw lu thtBe waters.
We also have a competunt
force of carpentera,caulkera
and rlggera. Terms modei*
ate; fatlbtactlon puarantred
We aleo have a nlee liue
of _loulda for launchea and
ynehta. C'hII nml ?fn iu
VA. POLYTECHHK INSTITUTE,
BLA< KSBlTttt, ?A.
l)?greecours?s in Agriculture. Horti
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Ceology, Civil, Mining, Meehanical and
Bleetrical rnflln?lllja Metallurpyand
_Metallography, and Preparatory Veter
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Thorouphly Equiiiped Shopa, Lalwrator
ies UM Baraa. Steam heating and elec
trie lights in dormitories. Library
12,000 volumes. Farm of 1,100 acrea.
S( 1100b OF AliKll'ILMKAl,
(One Year Course for Young Farmers.)
Total ooal of s*r?=si<m of iiin' months. nu-luii
Inirtuitionaod other fcoa, board, waMhmir. uni
foraia. medioal atteodance, etc . f378flU. Coat
to Vlratnla atudenta. $_W oo
The next session ojuns W'cdnvadH) . Septem
i.<i siat. nua.
raei _. K_wao?nw, m. i?., i.l. i?. pnwident.
Students from Twenty Slates.
4M year. ln tho famous Valley of Virjrinia.
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xvith University SpacJaUata und the old-fanhloneu*
I ?ur.e. xvith its personal attentlon. cultivation of
mannersand charai tor. Hijrhewt standardn. Col
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phere. Address HowIIhk <.it.fi. t-t>i>i:tU'
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A School of Music under management of Experienced Direetor Prof F
Boarding Department for Young Ladies and Girls.
Boarding Department where a few boys can be accommodatod.
Terma moderate. Next session begins September 16.
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THE BLACKSTONE SCHOOL FORGlRLS
EatablUhed ia 1S*4. Tho aim of the school is clearly act forth by ita
MOTTO* ^ho^ouKh instruction under positivcly Chrietian influencca at the loweat
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_^t Th.?Kk canbesrivcn thoroutth trainina in body. mind. and heart at a moderato
coat. The object has been ao fully carried out that as a aaaaaa*
RESULT* ll i8^0~day,-,w'th *- faculty of ^ '?? boardin* patrona? of 800. and ita
a^*_. _i_,i. buildinc and arounda. worth $140,000 ^^
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except music and elocution. Apply for catalojrue and application blank to
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Judge Jno. C. Ewell, Preeideut
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HOWARD O. Rock, Cashier.
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