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All ooiauauntoationa ahould beaddreased to
the ViaotHiA Citizen. Irvinaton.Va.
Jno. R. Davia haa fully recovercd from
hia recent iNhese.
Wm. Gerhard, of Baltimore, apent
Sunday and Monday here.
Mra. 0. H. Sherman ia viaiting on
the eaatern ahore of Maryland.
Miaa Hattie Anne Virginia Clark, of
I.ively, ia viaiting frienda here.
Dr. W. J. and F. G. Newbill were in
Ksaex county on buaineaa thia week.
Kpworth League Social meeta tonight
(Friday) at the home of O. R. Hopkina.
Baptiat Social Circle next Monday
night at the home Mrs. Geo. T. Lokey.
Miaa Mary Orville Street apent from
Friday until Monday with Mra. W.
Fred Downing. an old "Knight of the
Road", waa greeting frienda and the
trade here Friday.
Meaara. Geo. L. and S. Bruce Squirea
and Wm. T. Chaae. of Ocran, were
here on buaineaa Tueaday.
Our local bank (The Lancaater Na
tional) comea out in one of ita beat fi
nancial reporta of yeara.
Numbera of our people leave tonight,
Friday, to witneaa the production of
Ben Hur in Norfolk tomorrow.
Mr. and Mra. Wm. Talbot, of Poplar
Neck, were here yeaterday?the firat
time in Beveral yeara for the lady.
Misa Alice Baugher haa returned to
her home in Baltimore after apending
the paat two weeka with her aunt, Mra.
J. C. Harding. _
Me?8r8. Lee and Rowe will be at
Lancaster court Monday prepared to at
tend to any Citizen, inaurance or other
businesa in their line.
As we go to press the colored popu
lation is hieing itaelf to the Afro-Amer
ir:in fair at Kilmarnock. Weather ia
good and crowds large.
Mr. and Mra. H. O. Rock entertaind
in honor of Misa Alice Baugher Monday
evening, and Mra. J. C. Harding did
the like on Tuesday eve.
Capt. and Mra. J. F. Bellowa and
daughter, Margaret, and W. McDonald
I.re were in attendance on Methodist
Conference this week at Richmond.
F. G. Newbill and E. W. Long were
in Baltimore the past week. Mr.
Newbill accompanied Capt. W. D.
Newbill to Fort Myer for a flying visit.
Buy your ready to wear clothing from
the Irvington Haberdaahery Co. They
are low in price, and high inquality and
workmanahip, becauae we are the
makcra of them.
E. M. Edwards. Manager,
Lost aomewhere in Irvington a gold
mounted belt buckel atudded with four
rhine atonea and a large brown atone in
centre. Finder will kindly return to
Citizen office. _
The road between Chriat Church and
Kilmarnock will be impaaaable thia win
ter unleaa the clay holos are properly
filled. But Superviaor Cundiff haa
promiaed to aee to thia.
Miaa Leola Oliff, who haa been apend?
ing sometime with Mra. A. Jamea, ar.
near here, returned to her home at
Waraaw Saturday of laat week, accom?
panied by Harry Sanders.
Chriatmaa will aoon be here. Ifyou
are goitig to buy a preaent for your
mother, father, huaband, wife, brother,
aiater, or, last but not leaat. your aweet
heart, examine our holiday preaenta.
No trouble to show them.
Irvington Haberdaahery Co.,
E. M. Edwards, Manager.
Capt. A. J. Hamilton ia in Norfolk
auperintending repair work on tishing
ateamer Squires, of the Bellowa &
Squires works, Ocran. Mra. Hamilton
and little daughter, Virginia. leave to
morrow to be with the Captain. while
Amongthe recent aick, now improved,
are: Mra. Orris Jamea, Misa Gladya
Rilee. Mra. L. H. Rilee, Gunyon
Mitchell, Mra. J. C. Harding, Geo. C.
Kirkmyer, Mra. W. W. Willey, Mra
Lewia Burke and little daughter, J. R.
Souihworth. Mra. R. S. Mitchell, little
Through careleaaneaa with a diacard
ed match the lawn of Erneat Meekina
waa burned over Sunuay night and the
residence would have been deetroyed
(in the abaence of the occupants) but
for the diacovery of Capt. Mike Wil
der. Smokera, particularly cigarette
fienda. ahould be careful how they throw
away lighted matchea.
Thia is the right time to have your
piano tuned. I have engaged an expert
piano tuner to do my tuning, formerly
many years with Stieff Piano Co. If
you have a piano needing attention
please aend me your name and addreaa
that I may arrange to have my man
call when in your territory; you can de
cide about having the work done then.
Thia will be more aatiafactory to all
concerned and leaa expensive. Having
had many years' experience in thia work
myaelf I am in a poaition to guarantee
aatisfaction to all my cuatomers. Do
not delay in sending your name and ad?
dreaa if you own a piano. It ia likely
that no other tuner will work this ter?
Paul de B. Kops,
Drama at White Stone tonight.
E. J. Carter haa shoats for sale.
Skiff found in lower Rappahannock.
E. F. Smith wanta to buy live gray
C. H. Lewia, Sharps, haa Iccust poats
Liberal reward offered for linen
Thankagiving entertainment at Irv?
ington High School.
Oyater supper near Moran Wednea
day night of next week.
Both the I^ancaster National and the
Farmera and Merchants banks have re
porta in thia issue. Theae two Lancas?
ter banka are showing up well.
See change of ad of Paul deB. Kopa,
the piano man. J. W. Barrack and
Heauregard Hall are Mr. Kopa' agenta
for the lower Nurthern Neek and Mid
Miaa Annie Haynie and Weaton
George apent from Friday until Sun?
day at the lady'a parental home at
One of W. G. Foxwell'a horsea waa
badly cut Wedneaday of laat week with
barbed wire, which waa lying looee
around a poat. One of the animal'a
hind lega waa gaahed to the bone.
J. S. Lamden haa recently purchaaed
Thoae on the aick liat are Mra. J. S.
Lamden, Mra. Francis Ingram, Mra.
Jennie Somera and Charlie Davia.
A. J. Headley, who haa been on the
8ick liat for some time, is out again.
Mr, and Mra. W. J. Haynie and chil
dren viaited Mra. Haynie'a aiater. Mra.
A. T. Bradshaw, near Coan, not long
Quite a large number of the pcople
around here attended the Fair at Kil
marnock the paat week.
We are aorry to repojrt Mra. W. J.
Haynie on the aick liat.
Miaa Roaa Street, of' Urbanna, i
apending the winter with Mra. Mary
Sadler, at Nuttavila.
What ia the matter with "D. O. C."
I hope the cok) weather and anow have
not killed him. Little Queen.
L. E. Efford haa recently had erected
at hia home a new barn.
Capt. Ocran Humphreys took fiahing
ateamer Bradley to Norfolk Monday
for overhauiing before laying up for
Capt. and Mra. Jno. Kirwin, who
have been here 8ince laat apring. he be
ing pilot on fiahing ateamer Struven,
returned to their home in Maryland thia
Geo. L. Squireahaa greatly improved
hia dwelling and the appearance of hia
homegenerally by buildingnew porchea,
The LancaBter Lumber & Building
Co., Inc, haa been abaorbed by Bellowa
& Squirea, Inc, and hereafter both
businesaea will be under the aame
The little child of Mr. and Mra. J. S.
Norria haa been quite aick with bronchial
pneumonia. (The little one haa aince
Miaa Ruth Dameron, of Kinsale, ia
apending the winter with her brothera,
W. A. and J. O. Dameron, and aaaiat
ing them in their oflice work, acting aa
aecretary and bookkeeper.
Mra. Lucy Harcum. of Morans. ia
viaiting frienda in Northumberland.
Meredith Bonner, of Urbanna. waa
here Sunday en routc to Kiimarnock to
accompany home hia family, who have
n<? n viaiting there.
J. C 0.v m, of Norfolk, haa been
aail-making here ihe paat two weeka;
he haa had a man ii om Norfolk helping
Will Aahburn left Wedne*>day to ac
cept poaition on ateamer Calvert.
Miaa Maggie Hoffman haa returned
to Baltmore, where ahe ia croployed in
a hoapital there. L.
L. T. Rock, Jr., of Irvington, return?
ed home Sunday after a few daya' viait
to hia parenta of thia place.
Being diaaapointed in not getting the
windowa the achool will not atart thia
week, aa waa expected.
G. B. Dodaon ia out again, after a
R. L. Boaa ia making preparationa for
building a tenant houae.
Mra. Knight and her molher, Mra.
Byrd, of Fauquier, are viaiting Mra.
W. H. Jeaae.
Miaaea Lucy and Beaaie Jeaac expect
to go to Richmond thia week.
Miaa Avalon Adama ia apending afew
daya at Wheallon thia week.
It ia aaid that The Lewia-Lankford
Tull Co. expect8 to repair their aaw
mill which waa burned on Ridgefield
not long aince.
T. F. Miller, Jr., haa been on a trip
to King George for the paat two weeka.
"W-a-U we are going to have atough
winter," aaya our weather prophet of
thia place; ao thoae who haven't all
ready done so had better be looking
after their wood pile.
Miaa Chattye Maaton haa returned
home after a two monthb' atay with
her aiatere in Baltimore. i
Dr. B. F. Phillipa, of Baltimore, who
ia viaiting hia friend, Jas. A Chowning.
at Merry Point, was here laat week
viaiting hia friend, L. S. Dudley.
W. L. Raynor, of near here, waa
atruck on the head laat week by the
crank of hia gaaoline engine and U in a
P. D. Stevena, who haa been india
posed for the laat two weeka, ia im
proving we are glad to aay.
Capt. T. I. Ratcliffe apent aeveral
day8 the paat week with hia family at
Bertrand. He ia running an oyater
houae in Fredei ickaburg.
Roaa P. Cooper waa a viaitor at the
home of J. E. Blakemore, near here,
Rumor haa it that wedding bella will
aoon be chiming near here.
Mra. L. E. Rogera entertained aev?
eral of her frienda on Tueaday of thia
In The Good Oi.d Summektime.
Mra. Janie Webb haa moved from
thia place to near Monaskon to reside.
John C. Brent haa returned home
from Ocran, where he haa been all the
Curtia F. Ranaone ia clerking near
Miaa M. M. Ketner ia viaiting her
aiater, Mra. John Morria, at Ocran.
A very interesting public entertain
ment waa given at the Ottoman High
School Friday aftemoon, November
Uth. Four choruaea were rendered by
the achool. Carroll Doggett recited
"Modern Education," and Prof. Cooper
delivered a talk on "Stonewall Jackaon
and our leaaona from hia life." Prof.
Cooper'a addreas in part will appear in
the Citizen next week. It may be of
intereat to all frienda and patrona of Ot?
toman High School to know that the
alight trouble there haa been juatly aet
tled to the satiafaction of all, and Prof.
Cooper wiahes to publicly atate that he
haa received courteoua conaideration
from the achool board and doea not
wiah to reopen any diacuaaion by an
awering aay one in the newapaper.
(Crowdad out laat week.]
The new High School here ia com
pleted now, and the pupila will move in
A handsome town hall ia being put
up here now. Meaara. LuttrelL Cook
and Thrift are doing the work.
Miaa Emma Fisher, of Tappahannock,
who haa been viaiting her aiater, Mra.
Edith Smith. returned home laat week.
Miaa Carrie Lewia, who left aome time
ago to travel for the Armstrong-Cator
& Co.. wa8 brought home laat week
very aick, but ia now improved.
Albin Wright is in Norfolk this week
Thoae on the sick list are Milton
Cook, Gladya Balderaon and Jimmie
Mr. and Mra. L. C. Garrett, who have
been visiting the latter's siater, Mra.
T. M. Davis, have returned to their
home in Fredericksburg.
A large crowd attended the Hallo
we'en party here laat Tueaday night at
the manse. All reported a very nice
[Crowdcd out laatweek.l
The raina of late prevented farm
work and wheat aowing waa at a stand
still. Neuily half is yct to be aeeded.
A lot of guano had been placed in the
fields for the drill before the rain came.
That sowed the middle of laat month ia
up and Iooking green and pretty.
Right much corn has been huaked and
houaed the past two weeks. The cropa
are good through out this section.
German clover has come out and is
Iooking promising aince the rain.
Union prayer meetinga have been
organized at Salem schoolhouse, con
ducted by the neighbora every Wed
neaday night. Such a good move for
the older Christians to train the young
to fill their placea in yeara to come.
May the meetinga be a succesa.
J. W. Welch was in Baltimore and
Washington a few wecks ago buying
goods and visiting his sister, who livea
in the later city.
The game season opened Tueaday,
November l8t, and everybody that has
time to hunt haa a gun on hia ahoulder
and dog behind him. Game ia acarce.
Several from this section are attend
ing the fair at Kilmarnock thia week.
Dr. H. R. Lickcl, who recentlj
inoved from I'altimore h< rc to practice,
haa built a i'i.??ni?e a^Farr.ham vil
lage and hi* prni i i< e is gtowing daily.
R. W. l\:x\\ i. , ihe obliging merchant
near here, who had a alight attack of
typhoid fever *ome weeks ago, is up
and attending to hia business. He waa
in Maryland laHt week on business.
Dr. R. O. Lyell, of Warsaw, waa in
this community several daya aince.
Some people wait until a few day*
of Thanksgiving before they ship
turV-y* thinking that they will get a
C?m d ptice for them, but uaually two
wi.kx before or after Thanksgiving
would iwbc'tor aa there ia no rush then
and chunces arr f.ricea better.
A plenty of oysu rs and fr< sh fiah can
be had here at any time. ^E. W.
M< 7.ingo, of Farnham, aupplies the
neighboi hood with oyslera twice a week.
The fall n\ ple crop is ahorter here
thia aeaaon than it haa been for some
time, and rfght matij \* ill have to be
shipped here to aupply ihe people'a
Several from this section attended
Warsaw court laat Monday.
H. M. Greaham and CrawfordTaylor
were in thia section laat week.
J. H. Simonaon & Son have opened
up their shucking house.
Rev. SUrke Jett is in Richmond at?
tending Conference which is in aeaaion
thia week. The people of this commu?
nity hope he will return again. H?
has done faithful work for the churchea
on Richmond circuit the paat three
J. H. Simonaon.who roc< ntly married,
is rosiding al Farnham fer u while.
Mra. C. L. Bryant is in Baltimore
and Washington thia week. She haa a
daughter in each city.
Dr. Maaon Hundley, a surgeon of Bal?
timore, was here laat week en route
from Warsaw. where he addressed the
T. Jerome Downing, of Heathaville.
an old friend of this section, is often
seen here. His health has improved
since last spring. Reporter.
UNEN WA1ST LOST.
Loat at Kilmarnock Fair grounda,
November 11th a linen waist, for
which a reward of $5 is offered for its
return to T. O. Smither, Kilmarnock,
CAUGHT ON THE FLY.
Capt. "Billy" Fitzhugh and Jno. A.
Payne, of Middleaex, were on steamer
recently en route to Baltimore.
Rev. F. W. Claybrook this week sold
his farm "Afton" near Hague, West
moreland county, to Mra. Florence A.
Bennett, of New York.
Mr. and Mra. R. S. Cibson and little
son, Burnley, of Velma, King and
Queen county, were guests of Mr. and
Mra. I. V. Farley, at Merry Point, a
few days laat week.
Mr. and Mra. Henry Land, Mr. and
Mra. Frank Holladay and Mias Bettie
Ball, of Suffolk, were in the city yes
terday, viaiting friends, having toured
in Mr. Land's automobile.?Norfolk
Mr. T. Jerome Downing returned
from Washington last week after un
dergoing medical treatment. His many
friends in the Northern Neck will be
glad to know that his condition has im?
proved of late.?Heathaville Echo.
Mr. and Mra. W. E. Marehall leave
for Colonial Beach Wedneaday, where
Mr. M. will take charge of the drug
atore recently purchased by himself and
Dr. G. Blight Harriaon. * * Dr.
Geo. H. Oliver, of Irvington, was in the
city Saturday and Sunday a guest of
Mr. W. J. Phillips and family. He waa
en route home from a viait to Clarke
county and left Sunday by ateamer. *
* Mra. A. M. Brent, of Heathaville, is
a guest here of her sister, Mias Sarah
Hooper. ? Frederickaburg Free I*ance.
Japaneae Farce (40 minutea);
Vocal and instrumental Music;
Bazaar and Confections.
Above to be at Irvington Academy
Hall Thankagiving night; admiaaion 16
canu. For benent of High School.
Thoae who attended the Kilmarnock
Fair from here reported a very deiight
Meadames Juliua and Noble Whaley
apent laat week in Baltimore.
Corbin Chriatopher, who haa been
fiahing for Bellowa & Squirea' firm. haa
returned to hia parental home heie for
Luciua Harding, of Ball'a Neck, apent
Sunday with hia brother, F. L. Hard?
Mra. C. C. Kelley and aiater, Miaa
Ruby M. Clarke, of Fairport, apent
from Friday until Sunday at their
parental home here.
Hana Whaley, of Fairport, spent
Sunday with hia nephew, Jack Whaley.
Howard Hudnall and Miaa Edna Snow
apent Tueaday in Weatmoreland county,
attending the Henderaon Gowtn nup
Missea Ruby and Allyne Clark are
apending thia week with their friend,
Mra. K. P. Phillipa, in Baltimore.
M. O. Connelley ia greatly improv
ing his houae by having it painted,
Ewell Pit man doing the work.
We extend our beat wiahea to Mr.
Lee Norton and hia bride (nee Myera)
and hope their life may be long and
Mra. Nannie Gill and aon, Marvin, via
ited the lady'a daughter, Mra. G. H.
Smith, at Taft, Thuraday of laat week,
Mra. Humphreys, of Fairfielda. haa
been viaiting Mra. Wm. Fallin the paat
Mra. C. E. Dawaon apent a few daya
laat week with her daughter, Mra. Levy
Forreater, near Browna Store. Mra.
Forreater waa aick but ia improved at
Mra. Wm. T. Marsh haa been viaiting
her brother, G. A. Forrester, at Reed
ville hotel, for a while.
Mra. Margaret Dawaon ia apending a
while with her brother and daughter in
Mr. and Mra. T. E. Marsh viaited the
lady'a mother at Mila Sunday.
Andrew Rice ia adding much to hia
oomfortable home by hanging new
window hlinda on hia dwelling. Car
penter Aahburn ia doing the work.
ICrowded out laat waak.l
Stockton Beane, of Rehoboth Church,
waa at hia parental home here Sunday.
George KildutT visited hia mother
near Burgeas Store Saturday and Sun?
day. He waa accompanied by Loren
Mr. and Mra. Buck Webb, of New
York, were viaiting relativea here laat
Mr. and Mra. C. W. Dawaon visited
the lady'aaunt, Miaa Maggie Lamkin,
at Wicomico Church, Sunday. .
Miaa Gcrtrude Chriatopher, the pub?
lic achool teacher here, viaited at her
home near Alfonao Sunday.
M. H. Kiernan and A. A. Aahburne
called on frienda near Wicomico Church
Miaa Myrtle Norman ia teaching
achool in the family of Mr. Bryant, at
Mr. and Mra. E. J. Marah and two
children and Mra. Margaret Marah via?
ited the family of Filmore Forreater.
near Browna Store, Sunday.
Oacar Barrett, of Wicomico Church,
and Capt. Wm. Dawaon, of Baltimore,
visited the latter'a aiater, Mra. Suaie
The I*adiea' Aid Society of Provi
dence church will aerve aconfectionery
??upper at the home of Mra. E. J.
Manh Thurrday night, 17th.
U AND I.
DRAMA AT WHITE STONL
The drama, "Freezing a Mother-in
law," will be rendered in White Stone
High School building tonight (Friday
November 18th). Proceeda to go for
Crowell Cabinet and library. Admission
25c and 15c.
The uaual crowda asaembled on the
Lancaater Fair Grounda Wedneaday
and Friday of laat week, while on the
aecond day (Thuraday) there were
nearly four thousand preaent, the lar
geat attendance for many yeara.
The exhibita were up to a good atan
dard, particularly in the ladiea' depart
ment, while the racing waa auperb.
Account of the racea and all premiuma
will be publiahed aa aoon aa the Secre
tary can give them out.
There waa an exciting incident of one
of the trotting racea, when the driver of
S. O. Lowry'a Red Heat fell from the
8ulky and the horae continued around
the track without breaking, winning
the aecond place. The horae trotted
five timea around the half-mile track
without atopping, and then proceeded to
hia atall, where a large crowd asaem?
bled to cheer the horae and congratu
late the owner. The driver waa uohurt.
Governor Mann waa unablefto get tojthe
fair, owing to having to go to hia home
at Nottoway on Tueaday to vote.
To Mr. Percival Hicka. of Matthewa,
who had the management of the fair
thia year, ia duejgreat credit for the
apiendid racing and generai aucceas of
Miaa Ruth Vernon Owena, daughter
of Mra. Willard H. Owena, formerly of
Nothumberland county, but now of
Baltimore, and Mr. Donald W. Forbes.
of that city, were married Thuraday,
October 27 th.
Mis8 Aweatter Dodson, oldeat daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mra. E. B. Dodaon, and
Mr. Emmett Hayden, both of Lancaater,
were united in holy wedlock laat Sun?
day, Dr. W. F. Duna*ay officiating.
Mr. and Mra. Hayden will reaide near
Captain and Mra. Geo. T. Lokey, of
lrvington, have announced the approach
ing marriage of their daughter, Miaa
Mary Alice, to Mr. Thoa. Carl Whaley,
of Wicomico Church, which takee place
at lrvington Baptiat church, 7:30o'clock
Saturday evening, November 26th, 1910.
An oyater aupper will be held at
Providence M. E. Church, near Moran,
Wedneaday night of next week, Nov?
ember 23rd. Proceeda for benefit of
Absof ute!y Pure
Thm onSy baklng powtfer
tnada from Poymi Orapo
Oroam of Tartar
Hofllum, No llme Phosphaf e
Our neighborhood has been aaddened
of late by the condition of two of our
brighteat young men. The mcntal fac
ulty of man aeemstobe growing weak
er, as well as the phyalcal-or ia it too
much buainess to b-rden memory'a
fcablet? Sad that ao many bright
minds are being beclouded and ahould
sink in oblivion, some times never
again to attain wkat ia loat. Thia
writer's loving sympathy is with the
affllcted ones, aa aluo with the friends
of the afflicted ones. One of our aub
jecta ia in the hospital at Williama
burg, and the other one waitlng a re
Man, be careful of the mental faculty
God has entrusted to you, try to build
it up and strengthen it; don't overbur
den it, it may aink under its business
It was your writer'a privilege to be
present in Beulah Baptist church laat
night (Sunday) and greatly enjoy the
miasionary program which had been
arranged for the occaaion by Brother
B. J. Hall, superintendent of the mia?
sionary society of the church. A large
and attentive audienc waa present.
The exerciaes opened by the reading
of 37th Paalm. and prayer by Brother
O. B. Rock; song by the choir; address
by Brother John L. Beale; dialogues
and recitations by the achool. intersper
sed with suitable muaic for the occas
ion. Mias Vivian Yeatman presided at
the organ; aelect readings were render
ed by Mra. Geo. Garner and Mias Mel
vie Hall, and one read on the original
ity of miasionary work. by Brother O.
B. Rock, were quite intereaiing and
inatructive. An act and song rendered
by little May Coates, accompanied by
Miaa Myrtle Coates on the organ, was
pronounced fine. Rev. T. M. L. Reamy
gave the closing address and dismiasal
was by Brother J. L. Beale. Every
feature of the occasion paased ofF
pleasantly and was pronounced fine.
Mr. J. J. Coates, of Machodoc, was
taken suddenly ill laat Tnursday night.
Dr. Taylor was called up over the
'phone about ten o'clock and came to
give medical treatment. He pronounced
hia sufFering one of acute indigestion.
He is now much better.
1 sit today and meJitate
O'or frienda of yeara arone by;
My heart aaddeniat ita fatc
And whiapm. "AH muat dir."
Lord. held us, one and all.
Our hearta with love aatiatc.
MaWc ua rcatty for thc'call
E'cr ileath ahill aeal our fate.
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The" ladiea of Kilmamock M. E
church will hold a supper in the Town
Hall, Thankagivinjr Night. All the
delicaciea of the season aerved on both
American and European plan. Music
furnished by Kilmarnock Brass Band
asaiated by Prof. J. E. Stevenson, of
Baltimore. Don't fail to come.
Drama, "Valley Farm," one of the
moat attractive dramaa of the day,
Oyater Supper, and Bazaar at the New
Hall at Moiusk, Va.. Friday, Novem?
ber 18th, for the benefit of White
Chapel church. Doora open 4 p. m.
Come early and buy your Chriatmaa
gifts. Drama 8 o'clock. Admiasion
25 cta. Supper 25 cts. Refreahmenta
LECTURE AND SUPPER.
Wicomico Baptist Chapel, Decem
The Ladies of Wicomico Baptiat
Chapel are making apecial preparations
for thia occasion. The ice cream and
cake, the candy and fruit. the bazaar
articlea, and the extra good aupper?all
theae will be the very beat the ladiea
can give and make and aolicit from
their frienda at horae and elaewhere.
Then, if you want an evening of gen
uine pleaaure and real wide-awake tun.
if you want to catch a amiling apirit
that juat won't let you fall back into
a aort of aet frown, or if you really
want to laugh until your aidea ache and
your face aeema atretched all out of
ahape, then come and hear Rev. S. P.
DeVault and aee him when he really
undertakea for 8ure to break up and
reconatruct the moat aet or sour expres
aion that can be found any where in any
Should you find anyone who ia loo
buay to come; anyone who haa no deaire
to get out occaaionally fronxHne care
worn mood, or someone who ia afraid to
come or juat dreada the operation, then
beg him, implore him, to come for hia
own aake. Thi8 operation would cost
you many dollar* at the hospital, but
you can have it done for 25 or 15 eent8
at Wicomico Chapel on Dec. 8th.
THE PR0F1T SHARING STORE.
We are now iaauing aalea alipa, which
are valuable to you. Save them, and
after you have from $25 to- $100 worth,
eall at our store and have them ex
changed for handaome pieces of genuine
cut glaas. We cordjally invite you to
inapect our premiuma.
lrvington Haberdashery Co.,
E. M. Edwards, Manager.
SHOATS FOR SALE.
HAVE A NICE LOT SHOATS FOR
sale at $5.00 apiece. Apply to
E. J. Carter,
NOTICE TO NORTHUMBERLAND TAX
My health will not permit me to have
appointmenta in Ihe District thia fall.
All who desire to pay their taxea before
the lat of Deeember can aend me notice
on a poatal and 1 will aend amount of
taxea. J. M. Booth.
4HUNDRED YELLOW LOCUST
posts, 7 feet long, 22 centa each; 4
hundred, 6 feet long, 20 centa each.
brnallest, 4 inches at smallest end. De
hvered any where desired.
C. H. Lewis,
ASMALL SKIFF WAS FOUND
on Rappahannock river, off Mos
quito Point, November 3rd, 1910.
ror in'ormation addresa
D. B. Robertson,
_ Palmer, Va.
REPORT OF THE C0NBITI0N
Of The Lancaster National Bank, (No.
5,290), at Irvington, in the State of
Virginia, at the close of business
November 10, 1910.
jtaaagaad dlseoonta, $im ;?8 m
Overuntfts,mcuredaa?taiMoctfred, j'jxi m
i . s. Homta t?> tecure clruulattoa. jxuki im
Preminmson r.s. i<< ? i.ounw
iiitiiUiiiK >M>uae,furnttureand Ox^uroa. 5JUU u>
Duefroa Btatc hm.i Privetv ii:uiksnmi
IMnkcr-. Triist Uompatliea uml
Ravraua ltMtik*.. -, |N-, i ?
l?iii> from approvod rdaerve mretita. J^Bia li
NplMoroLhev NiiiK.ual itahka. aj? u>
!? rmotlonal \m\> i uuriuwoy. uickel^
an<l OMU, 1-, ;?;.
Uwful Money It.-acrvo m iu.uk. \U.:
.<'Ki?l l.ii.li , not..*. I mi> in |o KT0 II)
lli'ilcillplloil lUli.J v,\ I, I - l..,i,.;i.,
(I pot < i>it i.t uiruulatloQ)
?'a|.i?ni ataet paM t?. a-i<?*?(??
Siiri>liiM luit.l. Ih3S<
l Dalvldad proAU, I?-hscipouaeauml
taxca paltl, ?> ? t j,
NHtlmiul Itai-k iM?t<-H<iiil?tMiaUiijr. ftjuuu uu
ttl,?ll11INal,..,mlli?I)kH. " |
to oaw k, 1*1,'.'.m :-.
N"iv?< iiiiuii'i s?f .U:|H?Hll.;iwj?x ii>
< <>rtliti?'| cltiH-ka, ,%4|( ;j?,
Caabier'atiheL-kaouUtauliiiir, '.c -4 H^ga-CS
State ol VJrjririiii, County of l*noa?t<-r. aa.
1. Ilowunl O. ItiKk, < uhIu.i .,1 UM) afaova
11:1 inn! Imnk.d.. Mtlfiiuily hw.ar Ihut tlifulto-. ??
ml ??ii"r is,n"' tothew atoi mykaowlaip
HowAitit O. IUjck. ("ashkr.
W. MclioNw.ii i#?lc,l
\V. L. MaaaiuK. . Dlruetor*.
.1.1". IlKI.LOWa. i
jtabeorRMel uml swora t<> U-fore mc thia 17th
?l?y of Novambcr. 1HM.
Fhank <1. Nkwbii.u Notiirv I'ulillo.
Mv( <im. cxpired Ajtrl! Ilth. 1VU.
STATEWENT OF THE i
Or Farmers and Mcrchants Bank or Kil
marnock, Incorporated, located at Kii
marnock. in the County or Lancaster,
State or Virginia, at the ciose or busi
ness November 10. 1910, made to the
State Corporation Commission.
i?i:uis uii'i DtaetMawta. fca*7.V. :&<
Overdnifta UHBluarat, " ijfi$ !(,-,
Uonda. Hecuritica. rt?\. owned, In
cludiog preaalutBaoa nani?- MM ui
Htinkiuir lionae and l?>t. R.iwa ai
Other rval estateowoed "-ll 11
Dw from HatiOaal llanks. wlvii; M
I'aper ciirrenoy. :i :>?i ia>
Kractional puprr nirn'iii'v, niclcola
und ceiita. ],,j 41
<J?iM eoiu. ^m )(l
Bttvareatav :i.uau iri
Capital 8tm-k paid in, $ ^6 OIR) <R)
Surplua fmvl 4"uui on
(JndlrMed pmtlta. lonsamount paid
. .., ftor iutereat, evpcnaes und taxes, 4.1>7H 83
Indivldual dcpoaitii. f lui.uo? 41
Tliaeoertlnoateaol dci?o?it,4ft,?iii' no
Certlfled ehecka, ug u
Casditer'a I'hiTks out
atuudinir. ". t- >7 ??c'.V.'N M
Jlil.s I'Hyable. inclniiiiK oertlOcataa " .
ot d<>|M>ait r<prvs?ritinx raouey
lMtrrowvil. in.oiR) (Ri
I. W. T. .lamcH, Cnahlcr.dn soUtunly swoar
Mmt tlu-:?lH>\< i.sn triir stutciiit-nt oftbe tliiaii
CU1 condiUonor tln> Karinors und Mi-rchuntrt
llnnk ol Kilinarnnck. In?\. loeatei at Kll
?arnook, m tho County of UneaMi, state of
\ iiK'n a. at lhcciuscuf liusiuoaa ?>n tho lutli
day or Noveaaber. 1!?10, to the l.?-st of m\
knowlttlKe and tK'llcf. ?
? . . W. T. Ja?iks. Caslii?-r.
W. A. KlHAM, 1
J. II. Cuai.i.k. J-nireotora.
T. <>. SMITIIHIi. \
Statb or Vikoinia,
swovn to and tubaorlbed before mo by w T
Jum.-s. tasliur. Iliix llth day oT Nov.-mlier!
w- A. IHMIOKTT, Notary Pul.ll.-.
My cotnmisMiim expiiva N<>\ ciiiIht 17, l?t|:?.
for better quality clothing.
Our effort ia to aell the beat
clothing there ia. Quality
for quality, variety and
price we atand "uncom
monly good" and invite
8evereat criticiam to test
We are ahowing the lateat
winter atylea, nobby effecta,
conaervative modela in Suit8
and Overcoata. The fabrica
cover a broad variety of
SUITS ?ranging from
$7.50to #14 50.
O VERCOATS-r a n g i ng
from $5 OO to $14 50,
Is the Original in the
field of external rem
edies for all forms of
inflammation such as
pneumonia, cronp and
colds. Nothing can
approach Gowans. It
We have been aelling Gowans
Preparation for Pneumonia and
Colds ever aince it was put on th*
market, and have fonnd it one of
our most satisfactorv seJferrt.
Wholesale and Retail Druf^ista,
Grvenvillc, S. C, July U. 1U10.
BUY TO-DAY! HAVE IT IN THE HOME
All I>rufiai>ta Sl. *lO?. 2.1?.
COWAM MEOICAl CO. OURNAM. N. C.
My?f?nU?? ??< maoty r?f?aRt4 kf *M? IrvnUI
.Have you $100, *500 or $1,000 saved i
which i? earuingyou nothinjr, and about which you are uueasv ??
to its safenesa from fire and burjjlars?
> %* "8 *J? C^ of ifc f.or >'ou- ?ur vaults ar*? l>oth fire and
burjrlary proof. \V e pay.t per cent mterest. Why loose this inrer
est every year? Our vaulte ure insured against burglarv. aud our
otticcrs are bonded. fl
THE LANCASTER NATIONAL BANK,
Bofpfttt and i'rofiu -
In e*M of ]o8? by bad itivHrtrnentH, thw amouiit (#68,000)
""itftfto befort b O0Ot of our <h'\*mu>rH' nioiifv i? toii.-tnnj.
H by DOtleC uk takc can of .your faH-nmrw nnd tli?-n vou can lie
?lown at night with the swort ?liuaiMJU that vour moripy Ih iht
lecuy salc, and that whiiv you are awfeep it in^arnino; vou.,}j*?rc..nt.
u it iH not couvement for you to caJL \\ i ndwe willrladly
lurntab any mformation dtaitad ia ^d?-<i tnvelope
J. B. Hinton, Prea. J. A- Havnie. VIce Prea. F. C. Jett. Caahier
OF REEDVILLE, VIKGIN1A, Inc.
Paid up Capital, - . $ 29,400.00
Deposits, - - . - 204,623.24
Undivided Proflts, - - 1,055.15
Total Assets, - $235,078.39
Individuals, Firms and Corporations are invited to become
customers, with the assurance of perfect protection and the
J. B. Hinton, j. a. Haynie, Geo. N. Reed
Wm. Blundon, T. H. Falun, R. h. Chilton,
G. H. McNeai., J. c. Fisher, W. C. Snow,
E. H. Smitii. W. L. Russell,
THE TIDEWATER BANK OF VIRGINIA, Inc,
Successors to the L. E. Mumford Banking Company,
1*KK1>VIIJLE, - VIRGINIA,
Is now opon for business under its ohnrter. and invitrs
occountM from $1.00 up.
The ofticers who will aetivelv Koofc .il'ttr the husiness
are tfifr inmi m thejr pnwlncwoi ? Mr. U E. Mumford
retnins an interest and will assist in the direel ion of its
Our aini will l>e to better tbe eonditions of our cuh
tomerH and friends. to aid in our seetion's progrt ss and
thus ultimatol.v to become to our State, which haegivea
uh our rijrhts, an institution of whichsheniay feel proud.
J. A. Palmer, Jr., President.
E. W. Edwards, 1 st Vice-pres. C. L. Gaskins, 2nd Vice-preb.
J. C. Jett, Cashier.
PALMER & MOORE CO., Inc,
Gasoline Steam Electrical
Engines Engines Engines
Supplies Supplies Supplies
BALANCE-GASOLINE, COMPLETE BOATS
total --AITTHBBYOUfflEDIN THE ABOVEUNl
Of the Northern Neck Mutual Fire Association of Virginia for the year
11MNI, aa made, according to law and under oath, to the Bureau of Inaurance of
Virginia, and directed to be publiahed in a newapaper for four conaecutive weeka
Chartered March 4th. 1896.
Amount of inaurance in force Janoary 1, 1909, - - - $2 781 842
Caneelled daring 1909, by renewal, expiration, etc., - 814.616
Written or renewed in 1909 Claaa A, (Preferred), $649,385 $1,966,726
" " Claas X, (Hazardous), 563'825
- II 213 210
Short term poticies iaaued and cancelled during year, - ' 46*380
Inaurance in We January 1, 1910, . - Clasa A $2,259,436 ~
Clasa X 874.120
(Groaa prenjiums on $1,213,210 written, $9,700.82 )
Entrance feea received by Aaeociation in 1909, - . $5,630.78
Amount received on tranafers, delinquents, fines, etc, - 440.88
Intereat on $10,000 deposit with State Treasurer, - 327."00
From asaeaament for losaea (No. 13, Clasa A), $4,684.06
" (Noa.8and9,ClaaaX), 9^982.74
tv>?..i d ? * -$14,667.40
Total Receipta, .... -.-30,! ,072.06
Paid out in losaea and adjusting, ..... vj2 235 72
Fee8 to ofticera, clerks, etc., ---'... 3*593 <x;
Poatage, printing, telegrams, legal and office expensea, 956.54
State and other taxes, ---..._ gQ3 94
Intereat and rebatea on cancellations, ... 8156
Total Disbursements, ...._U_$17 471.72
j<> 6<K) 34
Balance in treaaury January 1, 1909,. 92! 19
Available asseta, January 1, 1910, .$3 692 63
[Signed] JNO. C. EWELL, Preaident.
W. MoD. LEE, Secretary-Manager. W. J. NEWBILL, Treaaurer.
Sworn to and auharribed to before me, etc, March 18th, liilo.
FRANK G. NEWBILL, Notary Public.