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Miss Alice Croxton is indisposed.
F. G. Newbill is in Essex on businesa
this week. _
Mrs. E. W. Meekins is in Baltimore
this week. _
J. A. George was in Baltinjere last
week on businesa.
Aid Society tonight (Friday) at home
of Mrs. E. W. Long.
Postmaster Willing was in Baltimore
on businesa this week.
Sam'l W. Smith was in Baltimore and
Washington this week.
Capt. W. L. Messick and B. L. Sirn
mons were in Norfolk this week.
Wade Croxton left Monday to raaump
his studies at Richmond coilege.
Harry Broadus and Robt. Gallagher.
of Warsaw, are visiting W. W. Broadus.
Mrs. Irving Messick left Monday for
Fredericksburg to visit Mrs. A. P.
Mrs. Emeline Rolls nnd sister visited
their brother near Kilmarnock last
Griff Garner, of steamer Calvert,
spent several days at his parcntal home
here this week. _
Rtbt. Delano, of Warsaw, spent a few
days the past week at the home of
Jaa. Sanders, near here.
Mrs. Mary Jane Irving is on a two
weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. J. A.
Bonner, in Baltimore.
Capt. Frank James, of Richmond
county, is here this week with gasoline
boat on Rilee Bro.'s railway.
Wallace Smith has returned home
from work at Indian Creek Fertilizer
Work, his boat having "cut out."
Mrs. Sallie Willing returned Tuesday
from a four weeks' visit to herdaughter,
Mrs. W. A. Taylor. in Fortsmouth.
Will Willing and Frank Overton, of
the Coast and Geodetic Survey put
in here Friday night from thestorm.
H. B. Boughton and little nieces.
Fannie and Annie Lee, and friend, Nannie
Oliver, spent Friday and Saturday in
F. W. Gunby and sister. Miss Caro
line, were in Crislield, Md., Monday and
Tuesday. Miss Gunby ia in Norfolk
at prescnt. _
Miss Fannie Belle Adam?, of White
Stone, is gue?t at the pareonage thia
week. Miss Grace Pond is now visiting
H. JeterHaydon, of Urbanna, travel
ing sa'esman, spent several nights with
relatives here last week while working
the near-by villages.
Regiatrar.lamea will beat the ClTlZEN
oftice Saturday, Oetober 2nd, with hia
books prepared to re>rister all persona
otherwiae qualihed to vote who may
Wm. Gerhard, of Gerhard. Reed &
Co., tailors of Baltimore, was in thia
section last week hut had to hurry hack
tu the city in order to 1111 the many
NotwithsU i <in< Um market has been
overrun wuh veal calves the past few
w<>dk^, oue w i^hin^ a little over a hun?
dred pounda shippod to A Uurker, Balti
more, last weok net $H 71.
Charlie llumf, ?>f Il.tUimnre, who has
been spending aoOM weeka with hia
aunt, Mrs. Molli." Mayhun?, at Weems,
gpent Sunday and Monday with his
uncle. Capt. A. J. Hamilton, here.
We are glad to learn that the report
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lawton moving
away was a mistake. Mr. Lawton say.
he ia too w?.n pleased with the place
and people lu ihink of such a thing.
Miss P.?u!ine C. Long returned Wed
neaday from a month's visit in Ohio,
taking in Niagar.t Falls and other piaces
of intereat since leaving. She was
met in Baltimore by her f.ither, E. W.
Mrs. Augusta Clark, son and daugh?
ter. G. D. Clark and Miss Anna E. B.
Clark, who have been sojourning at the
Irvington Beachhotel for several weeks,
returned on Wednesday to their homein
The following ladies compose the din
ner committee at the Parsonage Aid
Society Thursday of next week: Mrs.
Rena Squires. Mrs. Fannie Belle
Adams, Mrs. AnnaBrewingtonand Mrs.
Having a cargo of shingles sent us
without order, we will sell until gone,
about 60 thousand, 3-inch sap at $2
per thousand, and all other grades at
W. A. Damkro* &Bro.,
Alfred P. James, son of Rev. C. R.
James, formerly of this place, sailed
this week for Oxford. England, to resume
his studies in the university there.
Alfred has been with his parents at
Batesville, Va., about two months.
Miasea Grace and Rubennette Lee,
of thfs place, and Miss Muriel Currell,
of near Kilmarnock, have returned to
Buena Vista for the school session at
the Southern Seminary. Capt. W. D.
Newbill accompanied them as far as
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen McCready, of
Crisneld, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward McCready, of Chicago, IU., friends
of F. A. Gunby and faniily, were here
one night last week on their handsome
launch, Mary Annie. They had been
cruising in the Cheaapeake and tributa
rie8 for over three weeks.
Capt. T. M. Larkin and several of his
Frederickaburg company dropped in a
few days ago to renew old acquain
tance. Irvington friends were glad lo
see the Frederickaburg boys. The lat
ter were camping at Urbanna fora few
The school at this place, aa well aa
several other towns in the county, open
Monday, October 4th, and those who
expect to attend are asked to be preseot |
at the opening. Althouuh the princtpal
may oot get here for the tirat few days,
ample proviaion haa been made for a
good school an 1 a good corps of teach
ers this seesion.
On our fourth page last week we
gave Commander Peary's account of
hia dash to the Pole. It was nearly a
full page of interesting and thril'ing
rcading and the same information in
condei sed form yju would havegather
ed after readiug page after page of the
report sa it coaaea out in the daily pa
pet\ We hope to be able to publish
next week Dr. Cook's story.
J. W. Taylor, who served aa princi
pal of the high school here last year
and who during the summer sigr.ed a
c ^ntract to resume the position he held
last sesaion, has within the past few days
written to Dr. G- H, Oliver stating
that he has decided not to return to
Irvington the present school term.
People have different notions of what
onstitutes an honorable action, but
there are those here who feel that
there is a moral obligatio.i about acon
tract which cannot be lightly set aside
i:i ? whimsical way. Had Mr. Taylor
BjatiHad the school trustees early in the
season of his intention of not returning
a more charitable construction of his
contluct might be made, but to wait un?
til the week of the school opening be
fore advising of his decision is,
mighty near bcing in default.
Come to E. F. Thompsoe's, Irving?
ton, Monday and Tuesday, October 4th
and 5th, to see the styles in hats, ready
made suits and notions of all kinds.
Also remnants of all kinds at lowest
LANCASTER COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Additional court notes since Thursday
morning of last week.
Wilbur Haydon vs. R. T. Beazley,
attachment. Satisfied und dismiaaed.
Lucy Mcllwain Eubank et als vs.
M. Thomas et als. By consent of par
ties cause was roinstated and reopened
K. 1?. Norris. .Ir.. appointed special
coninii.-.siotter tu convey deed to prop
Farmers and Merchants Bank vs. M.
C. and E. N. Mercer. Continued till
next term of court.
Otis Currie, convicted of housebreak
ing and sentenced to two years in peni
tentiary. Motion to set aside verdict
overruled. Counsel moved a suspen
sion of judgment for :10 days pending
appeal to Supreme Court of Appeals.
Wittgcnstein & Co. vs. H. B. Treakle.
Motion to quash, effice judgment set
aside :\r:d case remanucd to rules.
Etfie G. Schools appoinled gUardian
to Susie Vinia and Minnie G. Meekina,
Sg-es 11 and 7 years.
Mrs. Willie A. Callahan pensioned.
CommonwealtJi vs. Geo. W. and A. J.
T. J. Downing, surviving plaintiff,
vs. R. C. Mayo, Adm'r R. Mayo, de
Jos. Jefferson vs. M.. D. & Va. R'y.
Co., continued till next term as were
also the following:
Willie Lewis vs. R. E. Dobyns;
W. E. Hathaway, Adm'r A. J. Ball,
dee^ased, vs. S. C. Thomas;
O. V. Betts vs. Lewis-Lankford-Tull
Lticius Williams vs. W. II. and Robt.
Waddy. referred to one of the commia
sioners in chancery for report.
Mary Wilson vs. Thos. Wilson. decree
T. O. Smither, aoaffdJaaa, vs. Lucy E.
Chase et als, rejujrt of special commis
sioner, W. E. Hathaway, confirmed.
Jno. H Whealton vs. lsaac Robins,
Levi Ball relieved of erroneous as
H. A. Hudnall vs. Jno. Taliaferro,
T. J. Downing made special commis
sioner to sell.
Norris & Thrift vs. Snead Bros., ver?
dict for plaintitT.
Harry L. Earl vs. Raleigh Williams,
Anthony vs. Alice E. Taylor. dia
missed with costs to plaintiff.
Lena Y. Walker vs. E. W. Walker,
plaintitT granted divorce and i-ustody of
Commri^v : i h vs Elli^ S.niler, Jas.
Tabor, M. H. ..nd Jerry A.-l.butn, se
W. M. Pinokard ?s. Board of Super
Harry Taylor vs. Dominy Smith.
Above three eases continued till next
The Hed-Rock Of Saecess
ltc-a in a keen. clear brain. backed by indomitabie
will an?l reaiatleas eneray. Sach power comea
from the splendid health that Dr. Kina's New Life
Pills impart. They vitalize every oraan and build
up brain und body. J. A. Hajrmon, Ljaemore. W.
Va., writea: "They are the beat piUa I ever uaed."
2:"?- at all di'iitraista.
LAWSON BALL CAMP, C. V.
The next regular meeting of the Camp
will be held at Laneaster C. H. on
Wednesday, Oetober 6th. A full atten
dance is deaired.
John C. Ewbll., Commander.
Bastor Garner will fill his appoint?
ment at Wesley chapel Sunday night
Rev. J. P. Essex, of Middlesex, is
ht Iping in Baptist revival near Suffolk
Piotracted services will begin at Ma
p!e Crove Baptist church, lower Lan?
easter, the fourth Sunday in Oetober.
I) v. J. F. Cuthricl, of Reedville,
was here Monday en route for Emmer
toa, where he is assisting Rev. Starke
J tt in a revival. ?Heathaville Echo.
CORM R-STONE LAYING.
Kilmarnock Lodge of Maaona will, on
(). tober 21st, lay the corner-atone of
Um new Baptist church at Kilmarnock.
The oration will be delivered by Paat
Cranl-Master Duke. Judge Duke ia
onciif t!i" m.'-t eloquent aaaakart in
J. B. Cralle has returned home much
improved in health.
Echelson Veaney, colored. near here, j
was shot in the leg by J. B. McCrobie >
while disorderly and threatening the [
latter Saturday night.
Miss Bessie Claybrook was taken to
Baltimore last week and pperated on
for appendicitis. Rev. and Mrs. Clay?
brook accompanied her up and report
her as having stood the operation very
well. ' ? *
I. Hathawp.y Francis. jr., andfamily,
of Philadelphia, are spending the months
of September and Oetober at their sum?
mer home, "Point Francis." They have
as their guesrs Misses Dessie and Lillian
Haneock, of Baltimore, and Misses
Julia and Nancy Oavid, of Philadelphia.
Mra. C. A. Pembroke. of Norfolk, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Miss Tottie C. Dameron has matricu
lated at Wirtland Seminary, OakGrove,
Wcstmoreland county, and is charmed
with the surrounding8 and school.
Caraon OWens is in Norfolk this week.
Geo. Cottinchum and bride returned
on Wednesday's steamer. after a week's
bridal trip to Baltimore, BufTalo and
Eddie Blakemore returned Friday
last after several weeks' visit to Bal?
timore and Binghampton, N. Y.
Bruce Cottingham and wife have
moved into the house recently vacated
by Mrs. Lucy Mcl. Eubank. Lumber
is being placed on a lot in our village
for Mr. Cottingham's new residence,
and Jno. Wm. Thomas has started the
The high school has been thoroughly
renovatt d and newly paintcd during the
past month under the supervision of
C. L. Shackleford.
The Baptist Sunday school held its
annual picnic Wednesday at Payne Shop
chapel with a large attendance and a
i.o?uitiful day. Everybody thoroughly
Mrs. Geo. E. I^ewis has returned
home after a week'a alay at lur puren
tal hnme at Saluda.
Gruver Blakemore is visiting relative*
in Baltimore thia week.
H. B. Boughton has returned after
spending several weeka with friends in
Essex. Orange and Hanover counties.
Mr. and Mrs T. F. Warren were in
Baltimore last week on business.
Capt. T. I. Ratcliffe left thia week
for Frederickaburg with a load of oys?
ters, where he will run an oyster house
W. C. Towles was in Norfolk last
week on business.
Leroy C. Chowning, of Cornig, N. Y.,
is spending thia week at his parental
home at Bertrand, Va.
A few days of this week made us
think that aside from date and proof
that Cook brought from the North Pole
he also brought along a little of the
Polar region atmorphere.
W. H. Warren ia in Baltimore this
In the Good Old Summektime.
Jethro Carter, who has been in fail
ing health for some time, was taken to
ihe Eastern State hoapital, Williams
burg, thia week.
Mra. Mollie Hinson is visiting rela?
tives in Baltimore this week.
Mr. and Mra. L. A. Sanders and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Lacy
Sprigga l&8t Sunday.
Miss Adelle Jamea apent laat week
it the home of her aunt, Mra. John
?Vmegar. in Poplar Neck.
S. P. Simmons, of Irvington, visited
his aiater, Mrs. Jethro Carter, last
Rev. C. A. Hall. of White Stone,
visited the sick ones near here one iay
laat week. We were glad to see broth?
er Hall and hope he wiil come again
Mrs. Jamea Rew and daughter, Mias
Nellie, visited Mrs. H. F. Ingram Sun?
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gaskins, of Fleete
Bay Neck, visited Mr. and Mra. A. B.
Croasdale Saturday and Sunday. *
Mrs. Irene Carney and daughter, of
Norfolk, are visiting at the home of
Mrs. R. O. Norris.
Mrs. Frank George, of Swanee Riv?
er, spent a few days the past week with
her cousin, near here. J
Mr. and Mrs G. W. Anthony spent
the past week with the latter's pa?
rents near Leedstown.
B. B. Haynie, of this place, found a
tomato in his patch which weighed
two pounds and three ouncea.
Miss Lela Clarke, after spending sev?
eral months at her parental home, will
leave this week for Baltimore, Wash
ington and New York.
T. J. Eubank had two large schoon
t-rs in Western Branch loading with
lumber and ties last week.
Mrs. J. A. Doggett, of White Chapel,
visited her daughter, Mrs. E. B. Clark,
We are glad to report Cieveland Dog
Krett, who has returned home from a
Baltimore hoapital, very much improv?
T. J. Clarke and daughter, MissLela,
visited relatives at Millenbeck on Sun?
day last. Miss Clarke recently visited
relatives at Nuttsville and Whealton.
Best wishes for the Citizen and its
For-g et- m e-not.
Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Oldham spent
Sunday with relatives at Emmerton.
Mra. Clarence Dunaway left last week
for her home in Richmond. Mr. Dun
uway left a week earlier to resume his
duties as teacher in the Richmond
Mra. Esther Hughes, of Washington.
and Mrs. Eliza Dodson, of Northumber
land county, have been recent guesta cf
Mrs. Mary Davenport.
Miss Grace Pinckard, of Rehoboth
Chureh, waathe gueat of Mrs. W. M.
Mr. and Mra. Atficus James, of
White Stone, spent Sunday at the lat
ter's parental home.
Friends of Mrs. Mary Davenport will
be glad to know that she is rapidly im
proving from her late accident?a brok
enarm. The tracture, while not serious,
is quite painful at times.
Miss Lillian Stoneham, of Molusk,
spent Monday before last with the
Mrs. C. T. Pierce and little Elizabeth
were guests at the rectory on Monday.
Miss Addie Lowery. of Merry Point,
has been visiting Mrs. Ware the past
Mrs. Ida Chapman, of Lively, spent
last Thursday evening at the home of
Mrs. C. S. Haynie, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred DeSousa and Raymond Haynie
spent last Monday with the former's
brother, T. H. Fallin, at Coan Wharf.
The sympathy of not only the neigh
bors and friends at Rehoboth Chureh go
out to Mrs. George Norton in thedeath
of her 8-year-old son, Paul, which occur
red from an accident aome weeks ago,
but from friends in Lancaster as well.
His leg was crushed in a wagon wheel
from which he died in a few days.
All-day protracted meetings are in
progresa at Lebanon to last the rest of
the week. Rev. Mr. Driscol will
assist Rev. W. F. Dunaway.
A. C. Headley and aon, Melvin, of
New York, has returned home after
spehding aome time with relatives and
Miss Gladys A. Toleman, of Ocran,
is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Barker, at Lively,
Elbert Bush, who spent the spring
and summer in Baltimore, is visiting
his parental home here.
Miss Jennie Pinckard visited her
cousins, Misses Jennie and Edith Brad
shaw, at Coan, not long since.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clarke, of Lively,
and James Bryant, of Downings, dined
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Haynie Sunday last.
Miss Bessie Brown, of Lively, accom
panied Mrs. E. D. Rock to Baltimore
to purchase her fall millinery.
We are sorry to report Mrs. R. B.
Webb, of, Lively, continues quite all.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Marsh, of Mis
kimon, and Prof. and Mrs. Basye Marsh,
were the pleasant guests of Mr. and
Mra, Morgan Haynie Sunday before
Steptoe Haynie, a very old and high
ly esteemed citizen, died at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Kirkham,
near Lively, on the night of Septem?
ber 5th, after a lingering illness, hav
ing been confined to hiB room for sever?
al years. He was 84 years of age and
is survived by two daughters ? Mrs. J.
B. Kirkham, of Lively, and Mrs. H. H.
Hale, of Baltimore?and aix sons?
George Haynie, of Lively. T. E, Hay?
nie, of Whealton, Robert, Willie II.
and E. F. Haynie, of Ottoman, and J.
B. Haynie, of Baltimore?and many
relatives and friends to mourn his loss.
His remains were laid to rest in the
cemetery at Bethel M. E. chureh by
the side of his wife who had preceded
him several years.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dunton and son,
Andrew, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. Laton flumphreys. in Fleets Bay
Neck, Sunday. Mr. Humphreys will
move to near Newport Newa in a short
time to take charge of a truck farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Mat, Bruce were in
Irvington Sunday and also visiting
their old friend, Mrs. Alice Dunton
Mrs. L. B. Dunaway and milliner,
Miss Carrie Evans, arrived Saturday.
Miss Zana Williams ia in Baltimore
buying her fall goods.
Two cf our little friends met with
very bad accidenta recently. Little
Mabel Simmous fell from a hammock
and.broke her arm. and while hia uncle
was cutting hay little Gunther Mercer
ran in front of the mower and waa
Mrs. John Ingram is in Norfolk.
School opens here Monday. We are
all delighted with our new building and
are anxiously waiting to begin school
Mrs. W. M. Kirk will Ieave Friday
for a trip to Niagara Falla.
Chas. Lawson has returned to Rich?
Mra. Kate Payne is home again after
a visit to friends and relatives in Bal?
Dr. W. M. Kirk attended the Con
federate Veteran reunion at Montrosa
Mrs. M. O. Anderson, who has been
visiting at the home of Mrs. F. A.
Gunby, at Irvington, is now gueat at
the home of Mra. Geo. W. Sandera and
visiting other friends here.
Miss Nina Bellows"left Wednesday to
resurae her atudies at Blackstone
Female Institute, Blackstone, Va. She
was accompanied to that place by her
sister, Miss Lottie, who returns in a
The past month's dry spell was
broken last Friday and it has uplifted
many growing crops that were perish
ing for the want of rain. We are look
ing foward for a plenty of rain as there
is almost always a rainy spell at this
season of the year. German clover
recently sowed, will be benefited by it
as well as late corn crops, but I think
the latter will be short. Take it all in
all this year has been a trying one on
Capt. Ward, of Baltimore, was here
last week, loading canned fruit for J.
W Spencer & Son. The factory will
close this week as the tomatoes have
about played out. in yield. The crop
in this section was ahorter thia season
than it has been for several years and
the pack will be smalier than expected.
Mr. Spencer was lucky in securing
good men to pack his fruit and has been
painstaking in capping his cana which
is very important. He talks of doing
a larger business here another season
and contract with growers for larger
acreage of fruit.
E. J. Marsh and little son, Lawrence,
of Miskimon, was here last week. Mr,
Marsh is always weicomed here as the
people have found him to be astraight
foward man in his business as well as
The trap fish buainesa is dull and the
catch continues small. Take it all in
all it haa been a very diseour.zing
Oyater season ia op^n. and the catch
good, but pricea seeci a bule dull.
Aa I often heard my jj/andmotheraay
when I waa a chikl, at tht* season of
the year prwide the hoasehold with
plenty of canned fruit and if you haven't
the fruit in your own orchard to can
buy it from olber plaeea. No canned
fruit is like that pui up at horne. Such
leasona from ourgrandparents are worth
much fortune to the young.
Merchanta are 8tocking themselves
up with their fall and winter goods.
I amglad to learn that Or. Lickel has
located at Downings, my old home
place, from whence I did much writing
for this paper. The people of Down?
ings will welcome this young phyaician
in that community and I feel aure he
will build up a large practice as he will
have a large field to work in. That
community haa been without a phyai?
cian for about five months.
Walter Palmer, of Saluda, was in
this community last week in the intrr
pst of his business.
Tho young students are leaving their
home* for difftrent schools, to be ab.
sent about nine montha, and the dark
cold winter will visit ua before school
expires and they return to their homes.
While you are absent from home, dear
young friends, aper.d your timediligent
ly on your books so that when you
leave the place of instruction you
Will be ready to fijl some important po
altion that is awajting you.
The calf market ia good, prices rang
ing from 8 to 9 cents a pound. Keep
your live stock in good ahape and keep
your milch cows well bedded and with
plenty of fresh water and ypu will be
amply paid for the trouble.
Two person* were baptixed at the
wharf he>e last Saturday cvening at 8
o'clock by Rev. C A. Hall,
Capt. William Taylor, who haa been
confined to his room for about four
weeka with a broken leg, ia up and
going about on crutchea and hopea to
aoon be waUing on both lega. Thia
misfortunehaa aeriously interfered with
his summer's work. But it is the waya
of Providence which sometimeshumblea
a man and makes him as helpless aa a
new born babe.
A. M. Wicker, of Wrest Virginia, has
been in this community visiting friends.
He returned on last Friday evening to
W. C. Fitihugh and T. J. Johnson,
traveling salcsmen, were here laat
It is atsted in Maryland that freah
pork is twelve centa a pound and it ia
thought will be higher before Christmaa.
Pay attention to your hogs.
TEACHER WANTED -
For public school near Alfonao. White
Chapel DiBtrict, Laneaster County, Va.
L. T. Rock,
CAUGHT ON THE FLY.
Archie L. Jett, of Northumberland
county, has been elected principal of
the high achool at Gaitheraburg, Md.
Frederickaburg Free Lance.
Armstead Barron, of Warsaw, reach
ed Virginia last week and hia home to
day, from New Mexico, where he haa
been the past eight montha, much im
proved in health.
Stock of merchandiae belonging to
Allmond Broa. Allmondsville, Glouces?
ter county, were deatroyed by fire
Thuraday of last week. Losa about
$1,800 with $1,000 insurance in the
Northern Neck Mutual.
Stephen D. Lee Camp, Sons of Vet
erana, of Laneaster and Northumber?
land counties, has named Commander
W. McD. Lee and Lieut-Commander
Frank S. Chase delegates to the Dan
ville reunion Oetober 12. 13 and 14,
next. W. D. Wilder and Ed E. Law?
son, Teapectively. are the alternatea.
Lindaay W. Headley, of Northumber?
land, waa added to the list of members.
A pretty home wedding waa aolem
nized laat week in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Fitzgerald. Cape Charles,
whentheirdaughter, MissCarrie. became
the bride of Clarence L Richardson.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Aabury Burke. of Bethany Metho
diat Epiacopal Church. Mr. Richardson
is a member of the firm of Jones &
Richardson, of that city, and was for
several years manager of their branch
houae at Heathaville. which wasdiscon
tinued laat summer, and is well known
in that and adjoning counties. *
Good work horse for sale.
Treasurer Booth notice to tax payera.
Antique furniture wanted. See ad.
C. B. Smither. Weems, has corn,
wheat snd oats for sale. Also nice
house and lot for sale.
Mr. Walter Swinney, formerly of
Middlesex county and well known toso
many both in the Northern Neck and
Southside, invites you to call on him at
Likes, Berwanger & Co 'satores, 8 tol2
E. Baltimore St., Baltimore. He
would take pleasure in serving you and
render assistance in selecting your fall
clothing, furnishinga, etc. His is the
most up-to-date store south of New
York. Give him a call.
I will be at Lilian October 13,
Reedville October 14, Burgese Store
October 16, Wicomico Chureh October
18, Rehoboth Chureh October 19,
Broun's Store October 20, Lodge Octo?
ber 21, Cowarta October 22. Lottsburg
October 23, Coan Wharf October 25
and Heathsville October 28 and 27 to
reeeive taxes for 1909.
J. M. Booth, Treasurer.
COOK DIES SUDDENLY.
John Johnson, of Baltimore, cook on
Capt. Joe White's achooner, Robert
McClintock, died Tuesday about noon
while that boat waa lying at the Carters
Creek Fish Guano Works. Irvington.
Heart trouble waa pronounced the cauae
ofhisdeath. He had cooked dinner, and,
feeling a little sick, got in his berth
and evidently died immediately. Mr.
Johnson waa 65 yeara of age and ia sur
vived by several children who live in
I Baltimore, to which city his remains
were taken for interment.
COLONIAL BEACH MAIL ROLTE.
Washington, D. C, September 30.
12:30 p. m. ? Special. ? Information by
wire from Department officials atates
that the propoaed mafl raute between
Popes Creek. Md., and Colonial Beach,
Va., has been eaubiiabad and that Mr.
H. E. Owen, of Weems, has been
given the cohtract for four years at $5
CONFEDERATE CHOIR MEETING.
The Lawson-Ball Confederate Choir
will meet at Kilmamock Saturday
morniug, October 2nd, at 9:30 o'clock.
Alf the members are asked to be pres
ent as important busintsa is to b etrans
Wll* Its leas of thoasaadt. GOWAN'S
PREPARATIOW kills poeumoni. by de
JEETL"* B caafestioB sad Innauimalloti.
Osick rellei for colds. croup, roufhs, Irtppr
psiiw snd sorcacss ia laa** and throat
grtaas^ aad^ aarmksa. All drouau.
HORSE FOR SALE.
IWILL SELL MY HORSE. HAVE
more teams than I want. He ia a
No. 1 farra horse, 12 or 15 years old.
Terms, etc, apply to
Geo. Emlaw Lewis,
WHEAT, CORN AND OATS.
IHAVE SEED WHEAT FOR SALE
at $1.25 per bqshol.
A few bushels seed oats at 75c.
Alao some corn for sale.
C. B. Smithkk.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO IX)AN. PAPER DIS
COUNTED. Apply to -
Chas. G. Snead, Agent,
LOT WITH GOOD TWO-STORY
house for sale cheap. Situated near
John's Neck Point, between Irving?
ton and Weems. Apply to
C. B. Smither,
ASHARPY. LENGTH 43 FT,
width 101 ft, to be sold aa the
owner has no use for her. Capaclty
5 tona on 20 inch water. For furtherin
formation address L N. Bussells,
Wicomico Chureh, Va.
MAHOGANY ANTIQUE SIDE
board and sofa. Give full descrip
tion and rough drawing.if poasible,
with lowest price. Also silver candelbra
R. S. Mitcheli., Irvington. Va.
ICAN FURNISH ANY QUANTITY
of weir poles at short notico. Prices
one cent per foot for poles from 40
to 55 feet inclusive. 60 and 65 feet, 70c
each. W. H. Jesse,
IRVINGTON HOME FOR SALE.
FOR SALE - Beautiful residence on
one of the coves of Carters Creek; 11
rooms, 2 halls; hot and cold water and
bath; much land; good orchard; barns
and out houses. etc. Address,
Va Citizen, Irvington, Va.
EADY TO TREAT HORSES OR
call night or day.
- _ . _ _ ._. collected
any where on commission. Transporta
tion and insurance claims a specialty.
Ask for rates.
American CLAiiia Agency.
Patteraon Building, Baltimore. Md.
HOUSE FOR SALE AT REEDVILLE.
HOTEL PROPERTY IN REEDVILLE:
house contains 16 rooms excellent
barn, capacity for 8 horses.
Also plenty of fruit on place. Excel?
lent situation for hotel or boarding.
For particulars apply to
L. E. Garrison,
Burgess Store, Va.
IWILL SELL ON EASY TERMS
well asaorted stock of Merchandise
at Fisherman, Lancaster county,
Va. Good business stand and good
trade. Will also rent store building
with dwelling adjoining. The only
reason for selhng is the complete break
down in my husband's health. For
further particulars address
(Mrs.) Jethro Carter.
T. T. LEWIS & BRO.,
Large supply of National Casket Co. V
caskets always on hand. Up-to-date
and handsome hearse used at lunerals.
With the Best Line of
Dress Goods Ever
Brought to this
We have often heard that the reason
why the best grades of dress goods are
sent away for is because the country
atores do not carry them in stock. We
can now gladly say that we have just
rtceivcd a full stock of new dress
goods, containing all the newest shades
and styles for the Fall and Winter.
The feature about it is that we only
have one or two patterns of a kind,
this giving you a big variety of pat?
terns to pick from. Come and look
over our stock before making your
that distinguish them from the other
class. Do you want to be a REAL
MAN? If so let us fit you out this fall.
We also have a complete line of
Shoes for Men. Women ar.d Children.
Hats for Men and Boys. Ourneckwear
We always have tho latest collars and
many other things too numerous to
mention. Cull and see the FALL
STYLES, even if you are not ready
to buy. We will be glad to show you
anything in our line.
THE HOME OF GEN1 S T06GERY,
WHEN IN NO FOIK STOP AT
Most conveniently located Hotel
CORNER MAIN AND GRANBY STS.
Rooms $1.00 and $1.50.
American Plan $2.50 and $3.00.
Fine Cafe (Lynn's) newly fitted up
on flrst floor.
Rappahannock Valley people make it
What would be more appreciated
than a well finished and good like
ness of a friend or relative? Then
why not go to
268 and 270 MAIN ST.,
NORFOLK, ? VIRGINIA?
Who is considered one
of the best in the south.
P1CTURE FRAMES. EASTMAN
KOUAKS AND SUPPL1ES.
Special attention to tinishing for
TO MEBCHANTS, CANNEB8
AND BOAT OW.NEKS:
Buy your coal oil, gaaollne oil
and lubricatlng olla from oa. We
guaraotee full meaaure, and low
eat wholesale prlaas. Large ware
> bouse and compTete stock. We
pay caah for empty oil barrela.
W. A. DAMERON k KKO.,
Agent Standard Oil Co.,
MARINE ENGINES: 2 horse power
$51: 24 horse power, $61; 3 horse
power, $71; 5 horse power, $99; 10
horse power, double, $240.
Extra powerful, ever sible and Re
liable. We have been hunting for thia
ideal engine for over a year.
SRICK! BRIC?! BRICK!
The place to bay Brick is at
all gradea of
PAVING AND BUILDING BRICKS
We can deliver Brick to
any point ou water front.
Marine Railway Go.,
Now cquipped for haullng
in.l repairing all claaaea of
ho.tB ln thtse wators.
We alao have a competent
force of c.rpentera.caulkera
and riggera. Tcrms rnoder
ate; aatlafacllon guarantcud
We alao have a ntce line
of raonlda for launches and
yncbta Call .nd see Uf
Wholeaal.and KetatlDealer ln
Non's. Boyn' snd Children'* Iteady
Made Clothina. ttents' Fnraisb*
Ing ttooda, Tranks, Vallsea
Market Corner. Frederickgburg, V*s
IF ABOUT TO USE ?
WALL PAPER OR PA1NT
Write us for aamples and prices.
We have a limited number of
bundles of Wall Paper, 15 aa
sorted rolls to bundle, for 25
cents. Add 25 cents for freight.
ADAMS' BOOK STORE,
If Noah'a Liniment faila lo do all dairoed
we will gladly refund your money. and
authorize any dealcr to do the aame. Be
aure you get the Cenuine Trade-Marked
Noah'a Liniment. with Noah'a Ark on the
packaae. You do not have to nll any blank
or return the bottle. Un't that fair> 25c,
50c, $ 1.00 of your dealcr. Sample by mail.
OUR FALL and WINTER lines of Clothing, Cloths for
Tailoring, and Furnishings for Men, Youths and
Boys are now Ready. Extensive assortments, excellent
workmanship, snperior quality, correct styles and perfect
fit combine with nioderate prices.
LIKES. BERWANGER & CO..
8. 10 a 12 E. Baltimore Bt,
Mr. Swinney is well known in thia section and
will be plaasad to parsonally aerve all
who honor him with a call.
8, 10 and 12 East Baltimore Street.
Jodok Jno. C. Ewell, Preaideot. (No. 5290.) Howakd O Kock, Caahier.
L, E. Mumford Vice-PrwidenL L T.Rock, jr, Asaiatant Caahier.
Additional Directora: J. F. Hellows, W. L. Messick and J. H. Whealton.
THE LANCASTER MTIOM BAM,
Heposits Solicited, Negotiable Paper Discounted.
No amouDta too small for depoeita, and everv one should patronize this home
iDBtitution by opening an accnunt Intereat paid ou timedepoaita. All buiineaa
committed to our keepfcrg held in atrict confidence.
Bank ooen ficm 9 a. m. 10 3 q. m. tiittf &alutcia>s- iaiiiifJc,s ficm 9 a. m. to 12 m