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The Clarke Courier
Berryville, Clarke County. Virginia, Wednesday, December 28, 1910.
No. 43.
Gumption ou the Farm.
the natienc?? <>f the
W I ! ?
at be i**
.-. gsh ] i :'. bol m
, t > w 'i ;i croa
- don1
? ?. ? . ? l
a kind \M?r?
? :Tit. I ..Hill
i of -?? ne.
?I ?inli .
minai* s Ht the ;
i all out
r li??iu?
? ?i;p| ?r.v
till' !
I ! i:i 11 ; l
trip. You
. ". llil?' it :
tl ? n.aii.x years
k mud iniai ihe h
r and mal ?
tOt B I
will IV
blustery ?1m.\
bread am
?Ob \?m; C|
the rents. It
men folks (
call oi
? ? much. ethei
work t<> ?1?> every di
? re? thinkiii?_r of moving
sod monej yoi
l o iiifort that
in staying with th<
??I ? home. ; ; ?an b
< i> plows from run
' of tallow mix on
h Ma-lt th
iron j?
l?ftad, When u?>ii
1 \ it with u
: l>ru?i: : he Bprini
'? iil clean tii?> moldboard a
? : "
tool m nltivatton.
rode, vulgar and v?it??n mali
pietarea pot forth in tl?
of wit tu . broug
? ti!;. :;n?l Sand i ?? ? i
?ng the artist , it* n<
? he kindlj inc I of a whol
ration of people?. who ai
?"?v.iiii? t?> maturity lookinj
them as ??Mr ?>f the ordinary inc
-lenta of life. Garry Ihe abom
le things ont of tin? hoost wit
??he tongs, f?>r the ?take of the chik
<; h j Farm Journal.
The peeallai ? Chsaib?
)ala*a Ctsraffe i?a?in?(!\ atara be*
Urrotonghly i? !?U'<i darlag <.* i > i ? i < i
lataaaae. Ht??! when ? wa? takeala lia
??' tvara rut heard of a ?tingl?
pneumonia. HoM l>y all Haul?
ill (irados, Si/a?*? ami Kind
la-ava? >?mr ord??r*. n?>w !'??r inin
??iaU? ?l?>liwr\ and save mom?.
Kk.iuc. Vila
YV. T. LnwlaV Mgr.
Week of Prayer
Otlf ??r t la?-? it.
Id here
will i in the ???ral chura-lie?.
beginning with Sondaj
'ai;, I. ??. : : * I ailMMiJllg
tlirough Sunday night, January v
town ?Urtroar^hoal
all the Christian denominations as
the W : ?:??.. r. ;ui?l mfietinga
will be held all over the United
1 he : am baa I
? i r ?. * - ? ?I:
January 1. 7 :,?? :?. m .
burch. Sermon by
K. Phillips.
Moi : , , : iry j ni..
Church. Sermon
. Jnliai !?. 1). 11.
' I m..
I all.
. January 4.
1 torch. Sermon
Thura laj . -i ; . in.,
.it Y
B | i i ?.
? ; .?
Church. Sermon
W ?lliams.
lurch, Sermon by
week will !???
g II
Dill tin- w :
i ?
I hurrh will
h of tl,
a vital
ill t" attend.
Dea ? sol ta Cured
<? niii
.??lend ?Notice.
I erectors of The
S Hank Ii corporal
: i cember 6th 19
i- semi-annual
free of
profits of t!u?
1911. toldei of record
I, 1010.
11 u Preeideni.
l-inkle Dead in Jefferson.
iii:i Dinkle, a member
of ?>n?? of the pioneer families of
Jcifi unty, W. Va., ?Ii?*?:
her home in Winchester last Wed
evening, after a lingering
?Uni ai an ad
Dinkle was born ami re
in ,i county, having li\a??l
in Winchester, t'?>r th?* j>ast loor
IS \ ?
She is survived l>y throo sisters
brother, and alarge number
? connections, among whom
V?i s. O. J, ttardesty, of
? ; ;.\ .
held from ( I race
rch, A?\ incliestor, on Pri
, rmenl was made in Mount
I l?'i???>?? Cemeterj.
nark i ne e ond? i w of Iba i
Air ' BChillaM, t> !? gX ?
tvttboai n rrlblewarlBT*mtloa?to
kill men, and the wonder of >*.??u.:
Dr. KIng'i Neu D ?%?\ ?? life
aben threatened by eoagha, cold?, In
gripj??'. astbaia, croap, broaacbltla, btma
i r and whooping congh
or lung ir??u! .'.I broncblal al
lions it baa no eqnal. It reliaren laetaal
lv. li> U ur?\ Jaaaea M Black
loin?', N. C, R R? So. i. wrltea II
: him ? f nu attatlnate covgb after all
: rem?diai f*\t*ed,OOo aad $i 00, A
trial bottle froo. < J oar:? utt'aul lay all
Stockholders' Meeting.
The i ? guiar annual meetii
the BtoekhoHa <>t" The Boyes State
Wank [n?oorporated at Boyce, Va.,
will be liad?! in ilia? Bonking Homo
of v,?od I*.<?nl< on Tm?s<lny, J*imi:ir.v
10. P.?ll. at LO ?i,?'l?H-iv A. M.
GratO, B, H.\l'Ul>?>\,
H it President.
Rooms for Rent.
Tbn ?? irabk? rooms, with
btaVtb. WoMlooatid. Terms roasa?n
ubla?. Apply U) ( a.ruiKi*.
Resolutions of Respe?!,
i meeting ??f tin? J. I*. B.
Stuart Camp ?? 1 onfeu.-:
ran? ??t l>. i r.\ \ ill.* held at its u-ual
place of n . ?.?i the 15th day
of November. ?1910, tlia- ('amp
ing t<? put on it?, minntea i
memorial ??f Comrade J??? !
('apt. Jo-. T. ?iiillith was bora
in the Town of ria. Va..
ami grew t<? manhood in
goftoery county, Maryland
short t inn- prior l?> tit?- \\:ar ho
t\\?'?'ti til?* Stat??:, he v. itli liis young
wife and family, moved t?> Duf
fields, on the B. vv < ?. EL l;
JetTei inty, Va., where he
gagd in ihi mercantile bosi
W hen the call to arms
aoundacd be was among the tir?t
to vi ?Im teer ?n defen m i ' libei t \
ami right. !!?? pi mptlj
in the I>uili?'l?l Rifl. . f . H, 2nd
Regiment Va. Vol. Infantry.
After servil : I Une with
1 foi
apeci ?I ?? :ti Qua i termastei
- arni.\ . w itl
Johnston. I. rderecJ
to the army "ft;
prom?oted t? r ?n tin
Ben ?i ing faith
fully and meritori? -.?I.?
surrender of (?en. n ii
resumed his ?!?:?
?-??itl '
' from ?hi- ? ? he in a*
elected ( '??mini?.-,
nue f?
officx? for ma? -ati??
faction ??:
h.V their ra?-a?lea-tili?.' 1,1111 :!- ftftoi
red for I Wh?-;
church near his
comii He, with tin
church here, la i member
church he \\:?? faithful ii
:i and oui ? n, libera
in his contribution i>
apealo is in ?\ ery gooi
\ moni
i* thi
publii as a man, npenheai i i
and liberal. e\ ? r to had]
the poor and n?. ?!.\. As a I
mII mi-s him, m? a felloa ?-iti
Een we shall mi--him. Hischurcl
will nii>s him, a:
i needy. 1
affliction or sorrow will miss him
Resolved that the memorial 1?
spread on the minutes of the Cam
and a copy of it sent t" his family
Tl:?'-. I >. ( h?!.!?.
J??*?. 11. Prii r.
A. Moore Jr.
At a meeting ?'t the Board ?
Dire. en Hill Cemeter,
Company, held at it-? usual plac
of meeting on Saturday, the 241
daj of December, 1910,
It a*as resolved that the
h:is heard with deep grief of tli
death ??' Joseph T. Griffith,
member of the Board ail.
organisation of this Company
thai it ha lined thereby tl
of an useful and faithful men
her and it- members a kind and tri
friend. 11-' loi< ?I hi- oountr.*
-> :i:| ath i!? the disl
and sorroa ful,
fully ?'f his unan- t?? ?
was consider gentle in h
dealings with all men and exempl
fied in his life the teachings of hi
who placed the love <>f mansccoi
only to thai of < i?>?!.
Resolved tint thi? memoi ial I
spread upon ihe minutes ??f tl
Board and a copy of ?1 seni to fa
Titos. l> 'Ioli>,
11. \\. Baker.
A. Moore, ?' k*.
Many pernons And iberoeelre? affect
with a peralateal cougb after ko alta
Inflneasa ai tl>?- coaghcan bepromi
I] eared i<> ihn n*-?- of Chamberlali
Congh Remedy, it ?bouId not be nlloa
to run on until it i<?vni< ? tronl
Sohl ! v lern.
The Boyce Stale kink 11
? ounei ?1 Succe?
mmodatea the Public in ?n?
conceivable wa.\ ; ?ncrea?
Surplus, and pay- I h\ id?i,
atockholdcrs. So bank
All Qrodoo, Sines ond Kin
i a? your orden now for imi
diat?* delivery ami aove mon
lH.Kia \ ii.ii 1? i Co.,
\V. T. I.Kwis, Mgr
Thank You!
T<? ? < ?MT- rabo liava?
me forward -?? promptlj ami
th??ir obli, turn
thank-. It really
ma. feel that life i- wa-rth
while when our reaoV d t<>
ap] the paper w?> hav?* been
To those few who have not \ ? t
me forward, me would say. "It
i- not yet i?"? late to ?1?! good."
Tin l Orir.ii u.
raim-'l ankle will u-uallv
tin- iajared nenou f?>r
? ?tu?" t?> l?n-k of p**oper
?n?*iit i? ?j>?.|i??l h ?iir?' ni |
- Ilataaeat
? retaarka ir>atinn? in
? <? 1?i l>\ *al! '.
Mr <>. M. ?Phillips, one of tin
pa' in the W m.
P ' Itpfl i?:'' ?. : ;
of the |
All !??
? ?
all debts due the firm ! ? i am
?>r befiirre February I. 1911.
I! tf W m. Tiiii ..in- l?i:?>-.
r.yrd Law Author a Visitor Here.
I !<>:;. U - H.\ rd,
rof the H ic
? ?o,! fellow,
in the
nwealth, mes
? ? ...
? in tlieFeltoer case, which will
.' inuary term
? ? irt.
Mr. Byrd ?s looking extremely
fact, we hav?* never
him l>?o!< better, and in? :- t i. ? ?
ami the ?|iii?*k . t ?re
bat ?? ala . 11 well.
M:?.\ er <_rr?>w
I i r fri'tn i:
ling in pneumonia
; ? int? d by using
Kcmedy, .-?? it not
ut count? deary
It may change yonr wh?>h? life
better and mak?? great
thit : ble t?> yam.
Hank OF Clars K Coi m>.
Capital ami pra.fit- | LOO.
Mrs. fiicaraore's Brother Dead
A telegram was received here
yest innouncing the death of
Mr. William A. Wallace, which
occurred in Roanoke at m>??n. fol?
lowing an extended illn? --.
Mr Wallace, who was 59 years
of age, was a brother of Mr?. 1'.
M. Kicamore, of Berryville, ami
ted here a few weeks ago.
He is survived by his widow.
twi . Mrs. Ricamore here
ami Mr-. K. N. Harper, of \Y .
?ngton, ami one brother, Mr.
1er Wallace, of 'U ton.
funeral will be held
noke this afternoon, ami inter*
ment ? ill I ?? made t!.
Mr. Wallace wasoneofthe
rgetic and successful
in Roanoke up to a few years a?1?1.
when he was :ulli?'t?'tl by ill:
had been unable t?> attend t?>
any business since that til
Kept the King at Home.
"For the patl year we bare kept the
Kin-r of nil laxatlre l>i !<in^"-? N'en
Life I'il!? in our home ami they baTC
pra>\a?l :i bltMttlng to ?11 ?nil family,"
wr?.'s Panl Mathnlka, of Buffalo, N x>
bul -?ma* remedy for nil Stomach,
l.iva-r. :an?l Kidney troubles. Onlj 85e
?at s!l Drnggl
Wood, Wood, Wood,
Winter tim?? is coming on.
(a??t your wood before its ??.on?'.
1>. Lemon Fries.
Mr. Brown Builds.
Mr. D. 1>. Brown is building a
-tor.x addition t?> his residence
: ow n. Tin? building, which
structure, i*? being put up by
-Contractor John II. Shackleford.
Stockholder's Meeting
The regnltr annual ;r of
the attockhoWetrs ?>f the Berrj ville
Building anal I.??an Association
will no held at the Sirs! Nati?>nal
Uank, in Berryville, Y:i.. on
lhur-day, January 26, I. ? 11. at
11 a. in.
B 1>. Hardesty,
48 ?II retury.
Contest Closes Saturday
! I
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I >
L 1,685
? ? i
J, \Y.
All \:t
\ at all h
nuts. I
\Y. 1>. M
Al! Gr
.. ..
u r. Lewis, M
A? "yteri?R I
' l >.v
Marvin '
V r
M. l\ ii i \w \ Sox.
Oh! Susannah!
A Dreadful Wound
)( Christi.
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?V. M. S I '. .
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Valley Yiew School.
. \ 1-.'i!,,
1911, a N
I ? \ i
H it Cashier.

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