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Mr. t-ndnall laid? S*orf?-*h, is
res sod frk'u?Is.
i : ill.
_, DoUg- -
\es and friends
I D stuns ol
rosi on I
: a! the l un i
\\ Y a.. I
Rer. \V. I ; ? locat
rather, Mr. H P.
'olm A. !
:it* to et?v
Contra.'.or P. R. Palllam has jnsl laid
a nice aralk
and comfort t>f the p.s
:r f.it her
ant. ;<:ll*. A
Polled Durham for Sale.
Ball, of fine bits au excellent ?
Ac?, S s oars. Prio
,!. T?xx W8BKD Ell I
M tf Millwood, \ .:.
Big Fire Narrowly Averted.
op threw :i
at tin of M.
Pu Ilia m & Sou. Lite well known
implement dealers, ra in^
it liroke out
into a brisk Ha.
rinarv - W. 1>.
( ner?n. wh< . wo? in re
ooe t?! a late night call, saw the
alarm, and Mr.
P, It. PaUiarrj qnicklj led.
The blai oque red,
although a"feu momenta nutre <>f
I ?way would !.. :i sulii
ioaare the destruction of
bably the main
Habituai Bmokera cannot h
careful in dropping cigorettos, as
them: and in thia ca^e a big fire
woi 1 only by the opportane
: (?f Dr. < 'aitienm.
Says Kent Will Win.
Mr. W. B. Garni s, S tarj t<?
Hon. Bascom Slemp,G_-__rTaaB_oan
from the Ninth Virginia district,
and Mr. John Ji. Crown, Virginia
Blitor of the Washington Ilorald,
wer?' here this week ob b three-day
tislnno excursion. They sj
Monday on theShenandoah river,
"? *'? Berrj 'a Parry, and caught
the largest hunch ol
has been ;.:,?;.?,! from the Shonan
douh river ii?.- Boaaon.
Mr boae home is ?o
S ne (?up. t?links the Demo
t'1, ?ting Jndge
Mann, m he bel -\. - the cl
I?! pal can GobernatoraI nominee,
Hon. VIT. I?. Kent, ol VVyiherillei
will rally 1<? bis snpporl the full
e-tt-eitgth of f K
and an in i:f tho
PW-iooi ,| jn
tits ,,r have supported the
I> niocratic nomine
Mr. OsTasSS i* eniiiii^ia.sti?.' over
tneei oi Republican success,
an?! says the Ho publican party in
ill present a solid front
in the campaign and will carr.v the
4ffctinto the . ?.<in\*- country?
aniug, olnonrse, the strongholds
of .ludtfe Mann.
M< .-un and Carnes will
retara to Washington today.
Do You Want a Farm?
We have farms in the celebrated
Pledtaonl section d Virginia and
in ih?' >?rcat Irnckiaag, fruit and
farm; m of Kastcrn Mary
\n as t! rn Shore
fotlowiasi parties have ex?
amined our lands and many of
whom have investments with us:
M it BpltSt r, Hintou. Va
? > I Burtner, Harriaonburg, Va
W ! xton. Va
F .1 RowBBBS, Harri-??>nhiirc. Va
!> II Msrt/, Broadway, Va
Barril bars;, Va
.11 <ok. Va
I> .1 Campbell, Tin.herville. Va
.(??I ''??fg. Va
W II Myers, UhriSBBBB
O II Barkeholder,
W li Qowl,
> H Miil?r, Daytoa, Va
i'ris?-i!la .Mil!. ..loti. Va
H aider, Un ville. Va
Fi Big Otto. W Va
traiter, Btridaewster, Va
W i! Dovsll. I.uray. Va
\ W Leitch, Elarrlfloa
.' Il Wll
.' B Bowm?n,
Mr- F TI " "
.1 n Job
i tea. Va
at. ( listos
S H Hi
i \ its you i?> examine Um
? ?.: :is! I lai Is:
Walton Farm No. :'.. 164 scree.
Wsltoo t'-irin No. 8. IS
(4 1 .66 per acre, Somcr*
farn N . 1, 281
00, Brandy Station.
; I '?? ? ?eres, i>t i?>?
rs.-i ('.?.. M.i.
?''.nil. i i, price
- ..nary. Gordon*
Fi fer farm, 67 acres, pria
Mill Creek, Va.
Hing in Poecnaoke, Md..
lot' .11 dwellings on
N ?. P. .. R.
Farm of 1,000 acres, Bomaraet
Ml..-. p. $5.
m of 694 seres, Brunswick
$S 64 per a?, r.-. (6,000.
Farm ol ( fobham, Al
irle Co., \'a.. $11,000.
II farm, MO aerea, >? B
per ?. r.randv Station,
Damoreat ftarm, 69 acres, *?_'.
Company, owning its own
farms in these sections, feels that
upply the needs of those
ring farms at lower prices and
on better terms than can be
We will pay in advam*" one
Iialf of the railroad fare to |
prospective purchaser from the
Valley of Virginia t?i our lands in
The fare for the entire trip to
Poeomoke (Maryland) and return
is about |14.00.
A personally conducted excur
will leave Harrisonborg, Vir?
ginia August 11th and 17th at6:30
A. M. f?>r Maryland to examine
our lands. Come, go with us..
?es are invited at well asj
The Poeomoke City Fair will be
in progresa from the loth to tin
loth, which isa part of the Hajrers
? Fair Circuit and will be a:
specially interesting feature in
connection with this excursion.
Valley Realty Company
& G. C. Spitzer
Order of Publication
ToAosaal Rulw ISM, N Monday.
ark? O ?onty, Bei:
IN VACA1 IOS
- < '?'IlipluillStlt
IS ( H AM'KRV
? ? . ...
for t! ? ,f tnatriii
:?:?<!' divorce?? tavor of ttie
? ?oin, . a.iist the ilef.-txiant. an-l I.r
ji>'ii? r il n
ippaarin? by affidavit Blad, that
? ..(' thia
?' ??- ?' d Lola K.
?thin fifteen di
puhli? ;?!;?.:! of ta ?a notice .it th-'i 'ierk'sOfficc
of onr said Court, and do what ia .
to pu DtcrcBta.
SaM I. M I "?'MICK, Clerk
Baltimore <& Ohio
Excursion, Sunday, August 15
Round $100 Trip to
Round $1.25 Trip to
Special Train Leaves Harper's Ferry
10.20 a. m.
On the Farm
By C. V. GREGORY.
Agricultrrdl Dblskm. low a State GofcJtJI
toiy??.?ht. I9B9. ay __a_BBB-BI ?Vssa
C V. GREGORY.
Author ot "Horn? Coarse In Modtrn
IN order to make money on tbefarnj
It la first necessary to get the land
In shape to respoud liberally to
tbe xvork put upon It. One of the
first and most huportaut steps In get?
ting it in such condition Is to drain it
thoroughly There are two general
tjrpBB of drains?tile drains and open
About the only place where an open
ditch ?an ho used to advantage Is in
draining large sections of the country
where natural drainage Is insufficient
to enrry off the surface water or to
provide an outlet for tile. Such a
ditch Is really nil artificial river. Its
large sire prevents it from "becoming;
easily ?logged, it should he made
deep onou-ih to provide a gt>od outlet
for tile sxstems from the farms trib?
utary tt> it The sides should have a
c of nt least ouc to one?run back
one foot for every foot of rise.
The Use of Tile.
The major portion of the drainage,
??ver. must be done xvith tile. In
starting out to tile a farm It pays to go
:it It systematically. Few farmers are
al.ie 10 ti'e their whole farms at once,
hut by planning the whole system be?
fore any work Is done and then put?
ting It/as many rods as possible each
year the farm xvili In the end In? thor?
oughly drained at much loss expense
than if the xvork xxas (OsBO at In a hit
? r miss fashion.
The proposed Hues of tile should be
laid off by a _Md enulne. r Be has
; lie to eta und ability to do It properly,
and a little money spent hi this wax
xvlll ho made up many times ever in
.Mod ?Sa liie system.
The Grst money that is spent for tile
should be put BTBJeiB It will yield the
?julokost returns On almost every
(arm there lire s'oughs nnd draxvs that
are too wet to work long after the rest
of the field Is dry. The loss Is n. :
much from the land that Is taken up
l>y these sloughs, though that oftt-u
amounts to considerable, as to t!i<?
tr?mble and loss of time In worklug
around them. A line of tile can be run
xip to anea, a Banca t>> take out tho wa?
ter and laterals pin In later to drain
tho surrounding ground more thor
Often after the slough Is drained
there xvlll i>c a strip of corn over tho
tile that xxill he the t>cst In tho field,
while BSJt a little farther the corn xvlll
he small and yellow. The width of
this strip of corn Is n very good Indi
f the distance apart that the
drains should Le placed The ground
? \ er the tile is warmer and drier In
the spring than the other, and conse
:tly the corn gets a better start.
Through the summer, when there Is
no water In the tile, air Is flowing
down through them. This pulls air
down through the soil, making root
growth more rapid and the plants
more ?tg?roa_l, A deep root system
means a large feeding ground and con?
sequently B larger vichi. For these
raa_asns all loxv. flat lands should be
roughly underlaid with rows of
tile, even thoujrh the surface water
stand- on them. A map sboxvlng
the exact location of tho drains should
be k?-pt so that they can be readily
foijtui erben it is desired to add later
Planning the Drainage System.
In planning a drainage system there
are ihrve os? vially Important consid?
erations?the depth nnd size of the
and the distance apart of the
drains. More tue drains are put In too
ahaDour than :<>o deep In most soils
four f??et Is alM.ut the right depth. In
Fla. I -I'ltOTECJTUiO tilk o?tlkx.
hardpau Use tile may have to be laid
shallower or the water will never get
to them. Deep tile mean a deep layer
of mellow soil, which acts as a sponge
to bold capillary water for tbe crops.
The deeper the tile the farther their
effect will be felt on either side.
Tbe size of the tile depends upon the
fall and the amount of land to be
drained. The engineer who lays out
the drain will usually be able to com?
pute the size reqtalred.
In estimating the number of acres to
be drained by a given line of tile all
"?be land from which surface xvater
flows toward It should be Included, as
well as all land drained by laterals
which empty Into It.
The depth of the drains aud the char?
acter of the soil are the chief fOcOBia
that determine tbe distance apart t<>
place tbe drains TUe fo?jr feet deep
List of letters remaining in the
Berry rille poetoffiea for the week
ending August 7, 1909:
Mrs. Mary Williams.
Mrs, Kmil.v II. Roy.
Mrs. Fdward i'arker.
Mrs. Jackie ( 'arper.
Bar. Chas. Brow n.
Mr. G. (i. (tolling.
Mr. Joseph Thomas.
Mr. Tole!ta Antonia.
Persons callin?r for the above let
t"rs will please say the.-, are adver?
tised and pay one cent for each
.1. K. Blobs, Postmaster.
R?nt Your Popular Novels.
All the lasting |;o;nilar novels
of the day can be rented from u
at the rate of it? oente per book
weak. EeVgO assortment to
j choose frees. Come and see them.
i UK Kicajbokk Stokk.
on a sandy soil will draw scveuty-flve
feet on either ?Ule, while In clay soil
their effect will not SB felt a tMrd a?
far. v iy stated, the width of
the ?trip of good corn or other grain
over n drain is a pood indication of the
"pulling |>ower" of the drain. Where a
drainage system is being put in a little
at a timo the Intern is can be put in
from To to 'JOO feet apart at flrat. de?
pending: on the soil, and others put In
srbM if en>crlence show?
them to be necessary.
One of the most Important part? of
tialnaso aytaai is the outlet, if
the drain empties into a ditch or
?to bulwark should be
built up to keep the- end tile from tun?
ing washed nwny. The drain should
enter the .stream above the level of the
water If possible. When It enters be?
low the Parrs of the current is CBBS
ed. and If the water Is carrying much
silt some of it will be deposited iu the
no- ' til.*?.
i las t?> iisv sewer
pipe f?T :i <? out?
let. ?i> it . ?ni by
stsay dr ilsa H ;? as out?
let in B BOX ;it I; B ???? 0< lb? I
next to b Such ?n
outlet rerj Batlsfa? lory, but
bsbmUbm? '?*. Is ; ti.nt can b?
provldi-d. XI iboaM si well
built : lab, The mouth
of the Ule lo thl- aa well as in other
forms of ontleta ?bou >'. te eoTBtai ta
hasp ??'.:? : ; is during dry
wenth-r ! "I ?? bottom of tlie l?>x should
be si lea?! ?. I n tkt tBa The
silt that M ta ?loan
plS8 t! "
'.???'. i ' ?
with the ? ?i lb? line
of tile t ?
it ran l? ay hi*
ersteh ? least to do
the \\? ; \ - :n lay
. the drainage
with ? the ? hole
The i luiln Is no
with i - ? (to
man - . ..itely
in tlie d!tcB nt th.- time I'emember
that . *r that la paying
for the drnln and that it is jour prlv.
v?. it pat b want IL
? only w :? :..?? laid ex
?a snaiaear lay? our a line of th?> til?
ta .i roa takes, each
one BMtrked with lb? depth the ditch is
at that point. Wlifii tlie ditch
i> Sows : ? ir!y to the ;e?|uir?d i>oInt
:?? s.-t tip nt these grade
?takes, a target ? oaalsbi of as upright
stick ?m each ?Ma of the dlteh with
BBbar lamped t?> it. These cross
bsn should BB adjusted BO that they
are ISVSl nml fast BBOTB tin
grade Une l'or ! if the cut
marked on the ?. aa is four
feel the ? Bboutd be three foot
ire been set n arias '?'
Then n !. ..
bold ' '
ni t: ?? ' .ach.
It can ? ,'tti :>
Of court ? ditch
and laying the II ?sold begin nt the
outlet. I'.ut ?? men stand on
the baah and iaj ihr tile with a hook.
Make them get down into the ditch
end put them in by hand. st-mding SU
those already laid to hold them In
?place. Bj handling each tile any
cracked or In/ ?SB be dis
cover?-?! nnd thrown out. After the
tile are laid n tittle dirt should be
scraped from the side of tss Utah to
hold them In place. As soou M the
whole line is in no time should be lest
In covering the ditch.
Best in the World
On Exhibition and for Sale by
S. F. BAUGHMAN
Gasoline Engine for Sale.
Kxpectinjr to install < I.
motors, we oiler fo: s.i|. \,.|.
cheap for cash a -i] Ho-fnepowei
Illakeslce (?asnline Kn?vitie ami :
tnchmetits. Is |n excellent Condi
tion. sad can be seen runuinif ai
Coi.'kikk ??trice any day.
COME TO THE
TI ? Fortieth libitioti Shenandoah
Vailey uitutctl Society
The rVinciiesier i air Oilers Unusual
Attractions to Exhibitors and Visitors
THREE BIG DAYS
To Exhibitors: Thousands of Dollars in
Prizes, covering Stock, Poultry, Im?
plements. Vegetables, Grain, Fruits
Dairy Products, Needlework
Smith and Foundry Work
Culinary Efforts, Etc.
TUESDAY? WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 7, 8 ? 9, 1909
SALE ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1909
For Catalogue and Information <>i anj kind. s>l Irena
ROBERT YV0RSLB:Y. Secretary
DON'T MISS THE GREAT FAIR
Warrenton Horse Show
September 1st <& 2nd, 1909
Entries Close August 21,
Reduced Rates on Railroads
A CARLOAD OF IMPROVED
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
hi a.Mition t?i the txxursc? forth? B A
. . ;r \ . :ir < OUTSCS ?ea?lili?feOth?-*?jrt
da< in.i.ou ?>i m H s? 1
raup < iiliiirnl Ooeonsea
Si <B-_] - ? . > .
ro l_uuguaj bar mod?ra
\... id.uini Oos-ieee, Siting
s young man f?>r xx. >r_ SB?
?-AC IK Al. C Itl.Mlsl
IxltMlXlli. til (?l.lKils I
H i-rli School Tlllilllil ?>t* M*t In-mat !<??
?irSri.n.c I'tiict it-al Work In
. .ulinits 11. I to tlie
date f..r the higher
M;ist?-i ol'St ?i-il. <? ? ? H.xlor of
ii.r further iiiforniat'on a?!>lre-a?
HOWARD WINSTON Charlottes*.1U
RrgUtrar V .rum.a
A Rare Opportunity ?o Bin Pure
Bred Breeding; Stock at
Your Own Price
I \\ ?i. tiOD OO tl?.
Swing titock Farm, attnat?
Of lltppoll. \\ Nil , oil
Tuesday, August 24, 1909
all ..fit, 1 Short-Mori!
chero- iropshire finrjiand I
< lnnu I . .t?- Robetl 11. Sinti.
rbis stork Is the brat, re|.n m?I?h-s,
tbe ?ltest tut rcan tul selection i
?.ut by Mr Smith f..r; ira, \\\
? i hat il muy brit.
Parti?-? will hi- in? t at I?j.imii .m morning
ratorned m ?v?nuig Anyone
coming day le wHl be met san en
of Mr >ttiitii'^ trienils there
60 Short-Horn Cattle 60
Including tl?- entire breeding ii?-r.l ofeosai
ami lifilVr.s a* w.-il as S herd hulls ?ml sev?
eral yo n <are
fulJj seiet t.-.l for thet*1 .01.
an.I milkt-rs. ai-fl will comptai? fsTonvblj
with any h.ri in lbs BtSt? The bolls aro
extra good on?s, having beca sstectod t..
i Ilona, I i m -
ported; a chance if yon aaal ? reallj
I nur ow D pri' ir-old
registered I'ercheron mare; i yearling n
>n mare, these are I . th higb
cheronstallion, th?- making <>t' n *
? ? tint? to bay, i Ibor
rMhrbbred main, .? pood breeder; 1 family
stviiah. fjentlaand no! afrai?i
of ?utomobiiea, ha.? size enough for carriage.
the kind that'?. bald to rind
42 Shropahire Sheep 42
1?? ? i BWa I-t*iiI>s. and ?? lut? k
, lam ha ! his Hock ?n? !
you <.ui Slid, and it will he S ChaBOS for the
man wanting to start a pure hml hock.
Poland China Ho?s
I he-e are the large
range kind thai make !a\ bogs and pay
f r tlo-ir ;
I KI'MS? 12 m?.nth?, with ?nterrst from
..!<? at an v of ?>iir hank?
RI( HARD B. SMITH. Admr.
II ?-1. \ii.i?'i
R ! i.-rk
W rite for catalogue after August 10.
TIIKOMX MANX An flis
; \ andaome gift
for a friend, BOo ?ach at thi?
office. <>r HOc by mail.
MAKING A TUNNEL.
Th? Way Rsilroad Engineers Hora
Through s Mountain.
the tonsil set los etiirineer
brines his SSW line fine to face with
B BMMUttstn to?, step to I?? easily
nnuint.Hl. and th? -n SB prepares to
1 1?re? it. Tuniii'lh ?ire not ph-nsnnt to
ride through They are. moreover.
fearful: 1rs to coustru? t. nnd
they sseaastttts a ?asaaVa insi>ection.
Put -and MS "lut" in this case is n
sai Statsneas in as?dasela fashion,
y so in it mountnlmms country the
I tiecr must l Bd to drive
tunnels sad Hie folk m ho COSBB nfter
him t" operate them. The tunnel Job
is ?pt t?> be a separate part of the
Ik. It ?-nils f?<r Its BBSB exp?>rt tal- |
If th?> tunnel is more than n half or
three-f)uart?>rs of n mile long It will
probably 1 ?? ?In,- from a shaft or shaft?
?rSJI as from its petrtSST In thl?
1 way the v?>rk wtfl BSl ?'illy be greatly
i hnstened. but the shafts will continu?
lu use after It Is conipletinl as vents
for l agine smoke and
gases from the tu
Xfea ordinary course of auch work la
by the use of cutting shlelda proceed?
ing simultaneously from the portal?
| nnd from the footings of the shafts.
Tbeaa shield? are to be likened to
I rings of n circumference only
tdightly srsetSf thnn that of the fin
d tunnel. Men working on differ?
ent | this bbsbM with pick and
with drill and dynamite constantly
clear a path for It. w tu reu pon it 1?
BJSd forward. Tracks follow the
??uttlng shlehl, and more locomotives.
Un Of ?do.-trie. :\ro and in roruov
j ing tin- material. The us?? of el?>otric
ity ' o tunnel ?pilte clear ?>f
I gases nnd makes the safest light for
th.- a otrki
In rare cas- :k through wklck
the tunuel is I>ored : ugh
to Mipi?ort Itself Hut in a*rOSt cases
the engine?': :o line the t)ore.
with brick, Si a rule, and this lining
1? set in ph Ce risk! In the path ?>f the
cutting shield After long weeks nn?l
perhaps months of work the time
comes a*baa the dlffer?'nt bores meet
nnd the tunnel is n single underground
tube from pottsl to portal.
THE AMERICAN WON.
Hobbs Picked All the Locks In the
Bank of England.
The tirst w..?;d's fair, the Crystal
pstsce .M LOOdOO, was held In 1851.
it waa nt ti : pslsea thst the
American mechanic ?bowed thut he
to none in the w?_.rld.
Hobbs challensed ?'hubi>, and Ban
th?- amerl an mecbSBlc, carried off tho
tir>t prize as ? l.vkiuakcr. lbdibs rop
reaented an American manufai'turer
of ir?n bank s:.f<> H? placed his safe
SB ?\liil'i!i".i and tied the key to the
combination lock on the outside, In
asa pescad i^?o, or Sl.i&o,
and the fr?-o offer was mad?* to the
m?'. ! | the wild that if they
<d the safe the money contained
therela COUld be talen for their suc
ccss. The saf?' was never o|>encd. At
that tltne Chabb was famous nil over
land and in l'uropc as a lock
in.w.<: in,- Hank Sf Kuglnnd ln?l.
ed Okabb sad used his hx-ks exclu
> lbdibs examin?'?l I he work?
manship of the Isekfl nnd offered to
not ?.illy ruler the outer doors of the
Beak of Iaigland, but to open also tho
?Bran soars leading to the treasure
-. Inside ?if two hours if permission
was given. This was too much for
the Hritrabers to stand, and they gave
the necessary consent.
Hobbs was on hand two hours be?
fore the time for opening the door? of
the bank arrive?! ami announced him?
self ready t . go to work. All the tools
he had he carried in his vest pocket,
consisting of ahout twenty picks. He
opened the front door in seven min?
utes and entered the bank triumphant?
ly. He next appr<>n<-hed the outer
door of the treasure anfe. In six
minutes th?- door ?ipened, and before
one hour had passed, half of the time
he ask?>d for, he bad hla hands In tho
treasure of the bank, much to the
amazement of the directors of the bank
:iii?l ?to the intense disgust of Cbsbb,
n man of Influence and wealth H?
tfM?k hla defeat gamely, however, and
k<?oii BSt to work to Improve his locks.
This he dhl hy taking ib.l.bs Into his
employ as an iidvlser.
"I'll have to ask you to pay In ad- ?
vanee," remarked the hotel keeper.
"isn't my luggage good rooa ;h ?e
"I fear u la a little too emotional."
"Tea; easily moved."?London Mail.
Wit? p. JtOl tliink it over, there's
imtlnii). like Imi.vuu* log ?nil
Fnrnisliinirs frtuu ar- '...?ne ?
Our jruarantr? ir ui<>r ?
l>ack on avarjr unna:
Do.vou think we are worthy el
W. O. Horsey <& Co.
Washington's Reliable Mail Order House
The Finest Product of the Distillery
A Thoroughly Hijh-Gradc Whiskey af a\ Very Reasonable Price
The grain selected for this Whiski \
ularly well adapted for distilling a high gra
duet. The process of the distilling, togctli?. ? with
the natural age of the Whiskey before it i
you, gives it ? particularly delightful flav .tli
and rich. As i medicine Oronoco Rye Is
$3.75 per ?allon; 4 full quarts .$4.00
A Wh'tA*ej, of !
$2.75 per ?talion; 4 full quarts 53
>2.50 per sal. Only sold in Jui;s
$2.50, $3 and $3.75 per fallt
4 full quarts $3. $3.50 an.
Va. Apple Brandy
$2.50. $3 and $3.75 per gallon
4 full quarts $3. $3.50 and 54
l-Aci'lltMit line ?>f tin* !?fNt ra??? D li\e
and Malt Wltisko.v. Srnteli an?! Irish M'lit
(iiiis, Kunis. Wines and Omlitils.
Char|cs Prepaid ort Orders of $2.50 and over when rharg?.? d
exceed 50c per gallon.
EDWARD J. QUINN
WAREHOUSE: 7lK. C ?t Md. Ave. S. W.
STORE: 604 Pa. Ave. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
C. II. YOUNG. Pr?s. PERCY CROWN. Secy. Tress. H A. V? HITE. M|r.
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CONNECTS WITH THE
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H. F. Bts-d, Secretory
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covering every postoffice in Clarke county.
with nearly 200 subscribers as fpllov
White Post, Boyce Millwood, Berry's Perry, Brig}
ville,Wadesville, Gaylord, as well as all interim di;
Also giving free connections to Frederick and
counties. Onty Telephone in Clarke county giviut
For information call on or write
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Company of Virginia
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