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DR. BOOTH WAS
Ur, Edwin G. Booth was warmly!
welcomed beck home from his trip
to Charleston. S. C., where he spent
some time as a guest aboard the U.
S. S. Hartford of which Commander
Ervin is commander and his son.
Lieut. VV. H. Booth is chief execu?
tive officer. Ur. Booth was royally
entertained while in the historic city,
snd was deeply impressed with the
charming hospitality of Ch*- lesion
people. He also met an old army
friend whom he had not seen for
fifty years- The |Charleston News
says of Ur. Booth's visit:
"Ur E. G. Booth, of 'The
Wythe House," Williamsburg. Va ,
is at the Charleston Navy Yard at
present visiting his son. Lieut. W.
H. Booth, executive officer of the
Hartford. Ur. Booth served in the
war between the states as assistant
surgeon in the Confederate States
Navy, and it is a curioas coincidence
that he was for a time <-. prisoner of
war aboard the same vessel on which
he is now an honored guest He
was captured when the Confederate
States gunboat Selma was destroyed.
Dr. Booth will leave for his home in
Williamsburg tomorrow morning."
The Rev J.E. White and Mr.
Warren Marston spent several hours
on business here la-*t Friday.
Attorney Channing Hail speni
most of last week in his firm':
Mr. H. M. Sweeney, whose i!lnes?
was noted last week, is considerablj
improved today, much to the gran
fication of his many friends. He ii
sble to sit up and is hoped on roac
to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmci
Sweeney, of Cape Charles, and hi;
sister. Miss Bettie Sweeney, o:
Petersburg, have been with him thi:
The r^any friends here of Mr
Albin Saunders will be pained t<
hear that he is very ill with typhon
fever at his nome in Greensboro. N
C. He spent Christmas here witi
his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W
R. Barlow, and was not well then
He was forced to go to bed afte
arnviug back home, and is still vcr
In speaking of the rendition c
Rip Van Winkle, which will b
presented in Cameron Hail Fr id.a
night. the Nashville American says
"Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spragu
gave a very enjoyable an?j succes?
ful rendition of Rip Van Wink!
last night. Mr. Sprague stands t<
day unsurpassed in the interpretive
of Rip Van Winkle. He was
striking and pleasant reminder <
the elder Jefferson."
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mouquin le
this week for New York wnere h
went on business. Mr. Mouqu
has taken a deep interest ia tc
Farmer's Auction sales and has le
it valuable assistance. His coi
signment was one of the largest ai
most varied at the saie. Mr. Mo
quin always takes a deep interest
tnines pertaining to the welfare a:
advancement of the community, a
ts enthusiatic over all matters \h
taining to agriculture.
A number of the most prominc
people of this city have certified
the fact that A. 4U. S. Cold a
Grippe Cure acts like a charm, r
ery box guaranteed satisfactory.
moTiey refunded. If you live in 1
country let us mail you a box. Pr
25c. No extra charge for postai
Jas. H. Stone, Uruggist. A. U.
Nothing Can Undermine It in
People are sometimes slow to rec
nize true merit, and they cannot
blamed, for so many have been hi
bugged in the past. The experience
hundreds of Williamsburg residei
?expressed publicly through newspap
and other sources, places Doan's 1
ney Pills on a firm foundation here.
J. A. Banks, retired farmer, M
St., Williamsburg, Va., says: "1 I
been troubled for quite a while by pa
in tbe amall of my back. My kidn
aeemed to be weak and I felt duli,
pecially when I got up in tne i
Since I used Doan's Kidney Tills I h
been feeling much better. I know t
tiiev are a reliable remedy."
Hr. Banks gave the above staten
in November. Iyu7. He was inter, i
ad on the 13th of April. 1912. and s
"You mav continue to use my endo
ment of Doan's Kidney Tills. 1 t
thean every now and the n and 1
keep my kidneys in a normal cc
For sala by all dealer*. Paice SC
Foatar-MilburaCo., Buffalo. Naw 1
sol* acasta fer tho United States.
aeai-tashsr tie oaaas-Doan's
' REPORT OF CITY AUDITOR
For Quarter Ending December 31, 1912
Balance in hand. . .$ 81 3
Received from Treasurer. . ISO 00
Total. $231 -38
19 Joe Pleasants. 48 hours wcrk. . $ 4 80
20 Robert Johnson, worK at cemetery. 5 60
28 Edward Bright, brick work on wai 1 25
28 W. A. Bczirth. one padlcc^ 40
31 Sergeant's commission to date. 4 30
31 Balance in hand. 215 03
Total $231 38
Ba'ance in hand $321 26
Gas for month ot Septembr- 152 50
** " October . <5 80
.November 265 00
To $974 56
5 R. W. Holmes. or Sept $ 50 OC
25 Williamsburg Bank fox note ~'X) 0-U
6 R. W. I 50 OC
" 16 ihos. G- Peachy. P. M. postage 1 OC
" 20 Geo. Holmes. :- 2 OC
Dec 3 R. W. Holmes, sa 0 OC
Si Sergeant's commission to date
" 31 Balance in hand
Dec 17 Received
Oct 5 Champ Blizzard, 6'J hours work at 14 |
5 John Buckner, week's work or
" 12 Champ Blizzard, lb hours wc
" 19 John Buckner, week's wor
" 26 "
" 20 Champ Blizzard, 13 houri;
Nov 2 John Buckner, week's work c
*?<*,?? " '
" ll Bozarth Bi
Fer bags cracked corn 3 5<
" " 2 bags ship stu. 3 5-1
" " 90 lbs. hay.. li;
" 1 1 2 lbs. cotton rope
" 1 curry como.
" - 8 0
Apr. 1* twtt pipe. ->
a. sewer pipe 0 O
5. hay. .
Ma*. J-ag cracke.. \ **y
7, 1 bag ship st ...
7. 1 bag stock food. 5
7, 10 ieet O in. sewer pipe 1 |]
0 lbs. hay.
. 1 Dag cracked corn. . 2 C
" lb, 1 box axle grease
June 8, 140 lbs. hay_
1 bag cracked corn..
" 15. 1 bag ship stu:
ewci pipe.. . 1 .
" 29, 1 Lug crac-vCai
1 ba* ship stu:.
. ship stun. 1
. 1 bag cracked cjrn. .
*' 31, -M. hay..
31, 1 bag cracked cum. . .
*' 31. i bag ship itu 1
Aug. 15, 1 bag cracked 1
1 bag ship stu:. 1
.. . 1 sterling wat*on. ... 36
Sept. 3, 1 bag ship st 1
1 bag cracked corn.. . 1
lbs. hay . O
a. sewer pipe. .
20, 1 bag cracked corn.. . 1
" ZO, 1 bag ship stuff. 1
Oct. 7. 570 lbs. hay_ 6
10, 1 bag cracked corn. 1
10, 1 bag ship stuff. 1
25, 1 bag sh., 1
1 bag cracked corn. 1
May pieces 2x3x12
30, 2 barrels lime. 2
31, 7 pieces oak
4 pieces cypress 1x6x16 4
31, 6 lbs. nails.
Oct. 2, 3 bags Portland cement 1
4, 2 bags lime.
Nov 16 John Buckner, week's work on cart 5
aa 2^ .... ,. . . 5
? a ?*>*?? .? ?? I. I, ti ?< j.
Dec 7. '*.'.'. J
?a j* ?? ?? .. .. .. .. ?
M 17 J. B. Wilkins & Co.
Aug. 21, Setting 2 tires on cart ... .... ]
21. 4 bolts.
Dec 17 S. G. Graham
May 27, Work on lawn mower
27, " " shovel.
June ll, 4 shoes on mule, rough.
Dec 19 Lane & Christian
Jan. 25, To account rendered .
May 28, 1 ra*e at 40 ct., V sic-tie at 5 J ct.
29, 1 bag corn. . .
29, 1 bag middi.ngs.
June 18, 1 lawn mower
Sept 19, 1 whetstone
vContinued on iiighth page)
Mrs. Viola Ware has purchased Frank Armistead. acting as sp
an acre of land of C. B. Richardson ^-^iss-oner, has sold the I
, ?._, * t, , known as ' Cloverdale." the h<
and ante, located near Toano, for \T^TL. , ? l> .? . "
stead of the late R. P. Wnghi
$250. Real estate values have ad- mt%sn PoUtrd WMtn ^ c
vanced rapidly io that section of tht Und Wrigot, two of tha heirs,
cowty, [ price paid wu 14,060.
L f. B. NO* ! NEWS NIT
Bacon. Va.. January 21?al-.
M. Siiuscn lett Sunday for B ide
burg, where be will take a sp<
course in agricultural demons 11
work at V. P I
Mr. John Cropper, of Berlin.
.tirg her sisteV. Mrs. Peter
Mis* Clara Gtaves spent Sunday
with her cousin. Miss Fannie New.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Warburton
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
J. R. Austin and
John Austin near
Mr and Mrs
day with Mr.
Mrs Greenman. of Williamsburg.
g Mrs. GiUey, of Neck cf
Land, tnis week.
Mrs. E.more Uavis. of York
county, and Miss Uavis. of Wiscon?
sin, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
M ecko: Land,
and Miss Lissie Deacon, of Williams?
burg, spent . :?stown.
the guests of Miss Bessie Lr
Miss Inez New and sister. Miss
Monday night wita
I Virginia Hitcheos atShcilbank
mt, irpa and famly. o:
-tnsturg. spent Saturday
Sunday at I jve, the guests
Mis. E. M. causon and u&ugntcr.
tl Sunday at
Mrs . . of 1
?*? Lb her parents.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Wuson.
Mrs 1 Miss Katie
os Lucy . of JNc
? ing the week *
e. one of the
.cum bureau attract
tetl on saie at the Williamsburg
[OHN \ BEC UTI
Because thay have a blockhead'
MY: [F ALL
THE DAINTY COTS OF MEAT
That Have Been
Trimmed Up On Our Meat Blo<
Could Be Shorn Together
What A Sight Of Meat
WE LO SEE
You Could Eat A MEAL
From Our Meat Block,
irs AS CLEAN AS A IABEL CLOU
Ae W. HITCH^
Sec-are your tickets carly for tbs
tip Van Vt ickle performance st
mer row eight. Oo
ale low at the Wilt amsb-avg Drue
Sp* ? ^m;ss oner's Sahl
>t Valuable Land in the County f
of James City* X
Acting oad ir decree of the Circoit
for tmm a ty of Akmxmtwa
[min, entered on January 6. 1*13, la
mt chancery suit therein ponding, un
be abort name and a ty Wt ef Fred*
rporation, tko nnderaten?d
>p?cial Conunkwioaer. appointed I (
n-* i ^rjM.*** *n.l having tl?vv?n bond aa
M ISIS I
At the r-acree of tho court, that bo*
f tho eoort
wing property, to*
i tract or porcol of
.and ti tnat* ir> J am ao town Lhsi
?ouadod by the pr
ad. and being more fully
kt and ?urv*>y mada by
i or. and ro
. pa** SSS,
May ely. recorded in
:flc?. to which rafi ronna
-vkll L. Hbni.ky.
Sponc* *r ?*?.?? r.
OR. GEO. POTTS
Vctcroijry p-ryalctan 0 Serf ann
Rta! Eatate Agent
Par?% of Every Description ter Salo
PROVIDENCE FORGE, VA.
mine pi tah wh
Fleming Brothers Limber &
**\anuf*iclurinft Co, Inc.
IwtTJbfit ay i_
City of WlUlamaburg
PenmaroU .Bank ButfJkaf
o imarniat tmemetaeMm Chm mt gym.
%v. W. WARE
OMerm Ms aar-tataato ta*
t*-*-a**-cla! attaatKto atvs* to
VV. L. JONES
From io to I3OO Acree
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HOW TO KNOW THE GENUINE_
LOOK FOR THE STAMP
CORTRIGHT- Row. U. S. Pol. Off.
if yow mw* o rael Stet
mrm laat at loag ea dat Ualdwg. aad nowa* aaad
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CORTRJGHT METAL ROOFINC COMPANY #
SO Novtk 23d Streat Pailnaoaaate. Pa.
"Come Quick-Barn's .Afire!"
The telephone call for help seldom
In rural communities, the bucket brigade, hastily
summoned by telephone, has often saved farm build?
ings and live stock from destruction.
Day and night, the risk of fire is always
Bell Telephone service not only furnishes mutual
protection to rural communities, but is the i nnmM li-a*sj
link between city and country.
Write our Business Office for information.
Every Bell T**m>p*\o*ai it
e Looaj Ont one* St mt to**
THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC
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