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Allooaununloattonaahould bcaddreeaed to tbe v tauiMiA wiTizcN. lrvina-tun.Va. CyThe date on the labcl of yourpaper sbows ihe time to which your sub-cnp tion is paid, and is a receipt for an am muunt paid. See that it is correct. Will Crandall and family have moved here from the Island to reside. Miss Caroline V. Gunby was in Nor? folk from Saturday until Monday. Epworth League social mects tonight (Friday) with Misa Ruth Messick. Miss Tyler Harper, of Middlesex county is a guest of Mrs . F. A. Gunby. Arthur B. Johnson, of Warsaw, a avfain travelling this see tion with drugs. Miss Pauline Long spent the wetk end with Miss Ruth Marston in Urbanna. ' ' n Mrs. O.JR. Hopkins is spending this week with relatives at PocomaWe City, Md. _ Mrs. George StC. Smith and Mrs. A James, jr., spent Thursday at Rehoboth Church. ^ Mrs. R. S. Mitchell and little son. Carter, are visiting. in upper Lancas ter this week. _ Mrs, S. B. Hughes left Tuesday for a two weeks' visit to Baltimore and Wilmington, Del. S. W. Dawson and sons, T. C. and J. S. Dawson, of Litwalton, were here Thursday on business. B. H. Baird, the insurance man of Warsaw, was here Friday evening and Saturday on business. F. A. Gunby so far is in the lead with big potatoes, having one which tipped the scales at 7 1-2 lbs. W. McDonald Lee is speaking at Cape Charles, Chincoteague Island and other points on the Eastern Shore this witk. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN-A flock of young (grown) wild black-duck, Information will be paid for by the Citizen's editor. Mm. Geo. B. Tenn^nt and daughter, Miss Louise, have returned from an extended visitnorth accompanied by the former's mother. Several men here have been unable to oyster of late on account of boils, among them being I. J. Heath, Kiley Heath, John Mason. We were glad to hear BrotherGeo. Y. Bradley'a cheery voice over our 'phone ?thanks to the enterprising young men that laid the Kappahannock cable. Mrs. A. N. Trible has made a rustic vaseout of a knot saweil from an ailan thus tree at Kilmarnock. which is a real ornament and shows a mind and hand trained in art. Davfd A. Hay. the net and twine man ? Of wAlrliiiiKlon,?ftsirT wuft hera laat week, and will spend thisand|next weeks in other parts of the county and Nor thumberland taking orders. Don't croak. Leave that to frogs in stagnant pools. A few croakf rs though are necessary in every community to measure the rate of progress at which live men are advancing.?The Echo. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sanders and Mrs. A. Jam:'*, ar., of White Stone, and Miss Gallagher, of Warsaw. and Mr. and Mrs Andrew Lowery were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sanders Sun? day. _ Mrs. L. M. Irving continues quite ili at the home of her sisler, Mrs. J. C. Harding. Dr. Irving arrived from Pitlshurg, Pa.. Saturday, returning: Monday. Her father and sister, of Baltimore, arrivrd aionday. The life of an editor was saved the otjier ciiy hy a siiver dollar in his pock Pt- A irank sh<>t at him and the ball atruok ihe dollar. Now should we hap pen to net shot before you pay up your subscrip i>n and there is no dollar to stop the hall we shall always pre aume you might have saved our life. Guy Hale spttnt Monday here en route home from Reedville. where he has been assisting in erecting a monument to the memory of the late Albert Mor riB. Mr. Hale was taking the place of his brother. Booker, who is just recov ering from an operation for appenditi tis. The monument was made by the O. J. Hammell Co., of Pleasantville, N. J. Ils I Top Notch Dosr. Great deeda compel rejrard. The world crowns itadoera. That'8 why the American people have crowned Dr. Kins'a New Diseovery the Kinar of Throttt and Luna remediea. Every atom ia a health force lt killu k<tiiii. and colds and la srrippe vaniatr. lt hcala coutrh-racked ir.embranea and csug-hing atopa. Sore. inflamed bronchial tubea and luna-a are cured and hemorrhasea cc-aae. Dr Ceo. afore. Blaclc Jack. N. C. writea "it cured n>? of luntr trouble. pronouneod hopelaaa by all doc? tor*." 80c, $1. Trial bottle free, Cuaranteed by a|l drug-giatd. CORNER STONE LAID, The corner stone of the riew Baptist church at Kilmarnock (nearly ready tq ahut in) was impresnvely laid last Thursday by Lancaster Union Lodgp Of Masons. There were a number of promir.ent Masons from near>by c junties, and sixty brethren were in line. Judge R. T. W. Duke, introduced by Mr. F. G. Newbill, was the orator of the occasion, and a more chaste, elo quent and elevating speech (we might appropriately say "sermon") has never been heard in these parts. Judge Duke is Past Grand Master of Masons in Vir? ginia. He was accompanied here by Hon. Chas. E. Wingo, chairman of the Grand Lodge Pinance Committee, and inember of the Legislature from Rich? mond. < GOBLINS WILL BE THERE. Come to meet the witches of Hallow e'en at Lancaster Friday, October 29th, These witches haive promised the Lan cas.er High school to give you a grxxl oyster supper fpr twenty-five cents. Other amua^ments on hand. The op? portunity of a life time to see the real witches. Charms hegin to work at f>:.'!() o'clock. DEMOCP.ATSC TiCKET. Here's Kow to Votc on Tuesday Next. The Tiincs Dispatch prints a aample ballot to be voled by D rnocrats next Tuesday. Under each office, eraae all names but the first. Under Secretary of Commonwealth erase all three and write in (or have the judge write in) the name of B O. JAMES. Mr. Ja:ies is tb? Democrat to take the place of D Q Eggleaton, who died recently, but whose name (Eggleston's) will appear on tne tickets. CAUGMT ON TilE FLY. J. W. Hurley and Eii Sharp, promi nent packers of. the Rappahannock, are m Baltimore this week. , Kev. R. T. Marsh, of South Carolins, who has been visiting his father, W. T. Mareh. haa-returned toCaroIina. Mrs. A. Dawson and son, Ray, of .tecdville, left Saturday to visit the t jrmer's sister, Mrs. J. W. S. Robins, i Norfolk. Messrs. Phillips and Cralle have pur cha^^d Mr. Dtuueron's interest in the (jresham and Dameron packing house in this place. ? Tidewater Democrat. While we h.ive scen no notice of it. we heard ns going to press that the doctors of the Northern Neck Associa tion are reveling tonight (Thursday) at Kilmarnock. Heathsville, in Northumberland coun? ty, has awakened to find itself famous as the place where Captain Kent de livered, while a hundred miles away, an eloquent speech to an enthusiaetir audience also non-existent except in the imagination of the Republican cor respondent who described luridly all the details of a political gathering which never gathered.?Virginian-Pilot. Captain Richard C. Croxton, U. S. Army, has been promoted Major of the 9th Infantry stationed at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonia, Texas, to rank from October 1st. Major Croxton is considered abl i and efficient by his brother offi -ers nnd hi-s l-e n n great social favorite in the Army since hia gradu-ition from VV. st Puaaat in 18W>. He was born in 1SG-1 and is the .*on of the late Thomas C. Croxton, of Tappa hannoek, one time Congr*s3man from thia district. TO LANCASTER COUNTY TEACHERS There will be a meeting of the white Teachers of Lancaster county at Lan? caster Courthouse on Saturday, Novem ber Gth, at 11a. m.. f?>r the purpose of reorganizing the "Teachers' Associa tion." All white teacheis are expected to attend; BChonl ojficers and the public invited. P. W Lcwig, Div. Sup't School*. JUDGES AND CLERXS OF ELECTION. Lancasler's Eirctoral aiioard met or October 21st and filled vaeanciea for judgA/s aod rcjji&lraj-s. The fullowing is the complete list, to serve at the eleotion nexi.Tuesday: Little Hay?G. W. Meckins, B. A. Croasdale, J. H. Davis, judges; H. W. James, L. W, Shelton, clerks; W. G. Foxwell, registrar. White STdNE?L. O. Hathaway, Chaa. Shelton, Jerry Wiggins, judges: D. R. James, jr., G. W. Sandcrs, clerks; Robt. Longworth, regiatrar, Kilmarnock?H. H. Kamps, W. E. Simmons, Spencer Pinn. judges: L. L. Yerby, LeorV Bonner, clerks; T. O. Smiiher, registrar. Weems?J. O. Dameron, P. Eilskov, S. B. Haydon. judges; S. C. Thomas, R. L. Bryant, clerks; W. A. Dameron, registrar. Irvington-J. C. II trding, L. Leland, F. A. WriKht, judges; Dr. G. H. Oliver, S. B. Griffith, clerks, C. C. James, registrar. Courthouse?W. J. Barker, R. S. Marsh, Carroll Gresham, judges; W. E. Webb, Virgil McKenney, clerks; Lee Sanders, registrar. Litwalton -W. W. Marshall, Warner Ball, G. H. Jenkins, judges; W. T. Richardson, Frank Sadler. clerks; R. L. Bass, registrar. Paynes Shop?G. O. Kirkham, E. S. Dobyns, J. A. Kelly, judges; C. L Shackleford, Bruce Cottingham, clerks, W. C. Chilton. registrar. HOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. All per- r* 1 i White Ston ' District delinqui-rit i'H t.xes for year 1908 are notified tnat if aame are not paid at once we will proceed to levy, advertise and sell property to cover indebtedness. R. R. DONAWAY, Treasurer J. R. Gresham, Dept. Treas. faOIiCC THESE: Order Publication. Rhode Island Reds forsale. Hallowe'en entertainment, Lancaster. Railroad ties wanted by T. J. Eubank, Brown's Store, Va. Colored men and boya wanted in Newport News tp learn payiqg trade. See aq\ E. C. Richardson, Rilmprnock, ia selling by private sa]e all his household and kitchen furniture. How about that heater for the aitting toorn; bed-ruom or parlor? You will need it now before very long, E. C, Ninde, Fredericksburg, can fix you up better, cheaper and with more eomfort thpn anyoneelse in the State. Also eee what they say in their ad about blankets. There is no use talking, it must have taken Noah a long time to build the Aik. We all know it rained for forty daya and nights and the whole earth was submerged and all the people and animals, except those aboard the Ark were drowned. According to the Good Book it took Noah almost forty years to build the boat which carried him and hia safely through that most strenuoua experience. Yet, it does not take Noah's Liniment anything like that tnne tocure the worst sore of a case. Forty minur.es or forty seconds are plenry of time for Noah's Liniment to !..'.?? hold and get rid of the worst sort of pain. The man who could run a newspaper to sutt ev?-ryho.!y went to Ileaven long ago. Ttaa Kcho. UNCASTER^COUNn. OTTOMAN. E. S. Dobyns. of Molusk, was in Bal? timore this week. Mrs. Geo. Steuart and brother, Way man Blakemore, left Thursday forNoi folk. where the latter took the civil service examination Saturday. WHITE 8TONB. CapL A. R. McNamara has been un well for some time, and was forced to leave his boat last week. Mrs. W. H. Longworth and farp If have moved into Mrs. R. H. Humph reys' dwellinur since their recent mis fortune by fire. Mr. and Mrs. Humph roys and littb son are in Richmond. Fire brok? out in the kitchen of Mra. Wm. H. Longworth's house in Poplar Neck about 8 o'clock Monday night and before assistance could reach there the whole building was in flames. Buildinr Andcontents, amounting to about $2,000 was a total loss, with $330 insurance with the N. N. M. Fire Ass'n. Origin of fire unknown. WEEMS. < We are glad to say that the condition of Mrs. J. O. Dameron, who has been sick so long, is much improved. ? Her nother is still with her. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hughes visited the gentleman'8 parents at Coan Sat? urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Beane, of Hope ?iide. were guesta from Saturday until Vlonday at the home of Capt. B. G. Doggett. Mrs. Elmore, of Fisherman, also spent a short while there Friday. Lew Atkins is 3ufTering with erysip elas in his hand. A good many new sch.dars were ad mitted to the school here this week. Mr. Simmons expects in a short while now ?o have the school completely graded, and as soon as the new desks arrive and are put in everything will be in good>woiking oader. Parents need have no fear but XhfX their children wili be properly looked after. L. VflfP. Eggs. poultry and stock have been bringing good prices the whole year and any man that has stock or a poultry yard is independent. I have always heard that anything worth having ia worth attending tq. Farmers in former days used to say get your wheat in the ground between the 15th and 35th of October to give it time to grow some before the ground freezes. Some people put off as late as the 15th of November but they can't exr>ect to get a good crop from seed that is not sowed taFproper time. Get your potatoes out the ground before tl?e frosta damage them1 and s tve some good seed for npxt year's planting. Uyster market is a little improved and every lanly here who has a barrel to nll ia putting them on the market. Next Monday, November 1st, opens the hunting season! We hope every o,ly tffat has dogs will loqk out for ? :ieep as a great many are annually killed by bird dogs and hounds getting among them. ' How many are ready to caat their vote next Tuesday? If you are not it's to late now, but every man ought to take part in hia county's affairs. I am sorry I can't get to my voting place this time but I do hope those that are in position to vote and can will do ao. G. H. Smith is making arrangements to build a new dwelling thia fall. E. E. Hathaway expects to auccead him as hoteJ proprietor here. The pastor will be absent from White S .one Baptist church next Sunday while in attendance upon the Minister's and Laymen's meeting at Nomini Grove church in Westmoreland county. If you have turkeys ahip them to n:irket for prices are high and chances are will renmin ao until after Thanks? giving. Many from around here will take in the fair at bulma^nock next week. fiverybody seems to be getting their ouggies and hqraes in readiness. If you have anything worthy of exhibit take it to the fair. Also put your im? proved stock oq exhibition and make this one of the best faira that we ever had. We have only one fair ;n the Northern Neck s6 push it along, The High School at White Stone ia progreasing flnely and the teachers love he <hildren and the children their teacherp. When they all pull together the children will advance in their atudies. It's like machinery, when every wheel ? nakes the same revolution you may be sure everything is workine riarht. J. B. Cralle, of Kilmarnock, boarded steamer here Tueaday evening for Bal? timore on business. Mr. "Cralle is look m* better since he returned from the sulphur springs last AugusL The people of this community regret to know that R. M. Sanders and wife are ill at the latter|s home in Powhatan county. Calves havekept up well this year and ^verybody that had them to pu^ on the market realize good prices. Rricea at present range. from 8} to 9 cents a pound. j. W. Spencer & Sons acejputting their canned fruit on the market. Pish are qot runnipg ao plentiful nowt lt ia reported that J. M. Tow'es and family wiU leave aoon to make their future home in Baltimore. We reeret to lose such a good citizen from this eommunity, but hopo he will be bene. fited by making tHfe chango. H. C. Bayton will run the ahucking house here this season. opening in a few daya. J. L. Scott will soon leave for Balti? more to take the place awaiting him ihere. Rhportkr. REUGIOUS. Pastor Garner will preai h at Poplar Neek chapel Sunday night at 7:30. Kev. Ed J. Richardsor, Field Secre? tary of Virginia Anti-Saloon League, will preach at White Stone Baptist chnrch Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, the Island at 3 o'clock and at Irvington at 7:30. Rt. Rev. A. T. Lloyd will visit the churchea of Christ parish for the pur nose of confirmation in following order: Bertrand, November 7th, at 10:80 a. m. White Chapel, November 7th. at 3 p. m. Trinity. November 7th, ;at 7:30 p. m. Crace, November 8th, at 3 p. m. The executive committee of the Rap pahannock Baptist Association held a meeting in Urbanna Tuesday at 3 p. m. with the following members present: Revs. F W. Claybrook, G. Y. Brad l?*y, II. J Goodwin and H. S. Driscoll, and W. H. Ryland. -Southside Sentinel. MrSS SUSIE A. KOCK WEO>. Beconiea the Wife of t>r .!* HiK'knei Bornl i At 10 o'clock Wednead y morning, October 27, a wedding of wido intereat took place at Bethel Methodiat church, when Miaa Susie AnneRock, well known in muaical circe*. became the wife of Dr. Jas. B. B< rj4n, a prominetit denliat of Chadbourn, N. C. The r?t*s w?.w performed by Rev. C. E. Hobday, the pastor of Bethel M. E. church, South. The ceremony waa unuaualiy impreaaive, the scene being illuminated by candlea from the many archea which gave tha effect of moonlight among the foreat green. The aisles were sprinkled with pine needlea by little pages who took candles from the altar and led the bridal party. The proceasion entered from the side door attended by little flower girls strewing chrysanthemum petala as they advanced ?o meet the bridal ?>uple at the main entrance. The bridal party then entered-first, tha two pages lighting the way witfc their can? dles; the groom and his best man; the aix groomsmen; then followed the bride attended by the maid of honor and aix brides maids who were preceded by the little girls aa ring bearers. The rendition ef the three marches ? Tannhauser. Lohengrin and Mendelaaaen ?did full justice to the master cornpoaera and pronounced Mr. Chas. H. Garnett, of Richmond, Va., a muaician of rare talent. The aelection, "Abaent" waa impreasively sung by Miaa Lela Amea, of Peabody Conaervatory of Muaic. Her well trained voice and atyle of expres eion was highly appreciated by the audience. The bride was gowned in a costume of raisin brown chiffon broad cloth elaborately braided, with hat and glovea to match, and carried brides roaea. She wore a sunburst of pearls and diamonds, the gift of the groom. The maida wore white hat drcsaes over silk with garnitures of ailver em broidery and lace. Ropes of pearls adorned their hair and their bouquets were white chrysanthemums. The little maids wore d&>nty costum'ea of white silk and the pages wore suits of black witu gray gloves. The attendants inclqding the maid of honor were Miss Cora W. Riley, of Royal Oak, Md.; Miss FaBirpe Ljsll R^ock, sister of bride, of Litwalton, Va.; Miss Sallie Ciarke Fishburna, of Roanoke, Va.; Miss Elizabeth Kooqce, pf Chadbourn, N. C.; Mias Fannje Wood, of Emporia. Va. jMisa Jennie Ficklin. cou8in of bride, of Litwalton. Va. Thegroomsmen were: Dr. S. P. War renfells. of Chattanooga, Tenn., best man; Dr. 8. S. Kellam, of Accorqap county, Va. j Mr. T. D. Ficklin and W. T. Richard8on, of Litwalton, Va.; Mr. Howard Rock, brother of bride, of Irvington, Va.- and Df. S. ft Malcne of Goldsboro, N. C. Little Mjsses Annie Lyull Basa and Ella Staart Qreaham acted aa flo?rer girls and ring beareraandR. L. Fioklln, jr., and Miss Mary Moore Pierc* aa candle bearers. A reception was given Tuesday sten ing preceding the marriage at which a delightful entertainment scheme was carried ouL Dr. and Mrs. Bordin left immedjatery after the ceremony for Niagara and points north and were accpmpanied aa far as Baltimore by the bridsJ atten? dants from a djatance. The presents were numeroua aad a more handsome display is seldom seen - conaiating of China, cut gtass, ailver, jewelry, etc. , The out-of-town .guests: Mrs. 1. J. Britt, sister of the groom, of Chadbourn, N. C; Mias Fannie Wood, of Emporia. Va.; Miss Elizabeth Kooace, Chadbourn, N. C.; Miss Sallie Fishbarne, Reasoks, Va.; Miss Cora Riley, Royal Oak. Hd.; Dr. S. P. Warrenfells. Chattanooga, Tenn.; Dr. S. S. Kellam, BeUchaveo, Va.;Dr. S. E. Malone. G.oldaboro, N* C; Mr. H. Q. Rpck. Irvington, Va COMMUNITY SLANDEREft Vlle Peraoas l hat Talk Fra? the "They Say" Book. It may be some aatiafpatlon?aut a grim one-^to ktaowthatour pommurjitiea are not the only ones affljcteffwith tiperp and buzzarda that in spewing alander upon others besmirch their 'own aiatera or daughtera. Here ia a whdteaoi.* bit of truth recorded ln a Baltimore ppper yeaterday: Rev. E. A. Stanton, of Frederiek, Md.. haa quit the miniatry to take up far ming. Before leaving Rev. Mr. Stanteo atirred up the eommunity with another broadaide. "In two years as a resident of this town," he said. "I have heard the names of all our young ladies, aave those that can be counted on the ftagers of one hand, villified and slanderad. \ do not believe those reports to bt tx^e. but if they are, ^hat ao$t o* caudreo are you pareqtg reariugt If not true, wh^taort o* mep are you tq sjtstiu.ijgjf have the fair name qf yqqj daugaiera villified by the foul-mqqthed ala^erera. who, like the buzzard, Qvej luoka all the beautiea of natute, toara abqve fiolda of grajn, orchatfs qf fruit and rippling streama of pure water toa|igh,t ?j some foul carrion and feast his aouL ?*jf you try to taaop it, you c?n get at ita fountaip head that daranabl* per sonage-'They Say.' We need to awake unto tbe fact that a repetltion of a foul alandar without the willingneaa to give the name of the author ia not only a detriment to good morali. but a menace to the character of all citiaena, "Tbe pulpit muat awaken to the fact (and the pulpit muat be the mouthpiece to declare it) and diamiaa from her fold those whose chiel delight ia to roU on their tonguea a bit of acandal and hide behind the nom de plume 'They Say.' " TOTEACHERSOF NORTKUMBERUNOCOL There will be a meeting of all the white teachera of Northuraberland county at Heathsville on October the 30th, at 11 a. m., for the purpose of organizing a "County Teachera' Asao ciation" and diacussing the matter of grading schools and proper course of study for aame. All teachera and achool trustees are expected to attend. The people generaliy are cordially invited to be preaent, to encourage school of2 ficers and ahow their intereat in public education. Respeetfully. F. W. Uwis. Division Superintendent Schools. NORTHUMMRUND CO. nAayjcYa ,aNK-!i;. Mr*. W. 8. Caarke and Mi*? Mamye H?nK? sp. t,t .^verat days bsst week with th^ir alater, Mrs. W. E. Headley ntrar Snarps Whaxf. Mra. I. M. Buase?lr, of Baltimore, spent last week here visiting relatives an 1 friernla. Mra. W. T. Bailey was the pleasat.t gu st of Mrs. F. L. Hardinir bmt week. Miss Irene Clarke spent laat wtek with her friends, Mra, P. O. Lewis snd Mrs. T. L. Lawson, near Mila. Myron Kent and Gus Christopher visited their"parental home recently. Mrs. L. L. Tignor and baby. of Ui banna. are visiting relatives here. Miss Irene Clarke was the welcome guest of Misa Louiae Coles last Friday night and Saturday. A gloom was cast over our entire community by the sad death of Mrs Annie Barnett Whsley. which occurred at the Maryland University hospital on Friday before last, having gone there a week previooa for medical treatmenL Her remains were brought home and interred in the cemetery at the Bap? tist chapel. She bore her sufferings with Chriatian fortitude, and died truat ing in her Savior. Mrs. Whaley had a host of friends here, and will be great ly miased by them all. Sunshine. liAKV.N GROVE. Mr. and Mra. Wiiliam Cockrell apent Saturday and Sunday with Mra. Alice Carter, at White House Creek. Mra. S. E. Headley, who apent the paat two weeks with her daughtera in Hampton, haa returned home. , Miaa Mahalia Booth, of Tipera, ia risiting Mr. and Mra. Samuel -Headley. An Epworth Lepgue Sooiety waa or ganized at Oakland M. E. church laat Sunday night with a large memberahip. Prayer meeting ia held at Hopewell every Wednesday night and every Sun? day night at Mayon Baptist church. We were glad to have Hon. T. A, 4ett among ua Sunday. He gave a talk to the League at Qakland. Rey. Starke 4ett will leave Novem? ber lat for Conference, but we hope he arill come baek to thia circuit again. Misa Lizzie Lampkin,, who apent the paat two raonths hpre, hae returned to her home near Lively. We had a glorious revival at Hopewell laat week, there being 18 converts, 14 unitiug with eome church. Rev. Starke Jett waa psatsted by Rev. C. H. Williams. ua Mra, Harry Healy, of Philadelphia, is viaiting her mother, Mrs. Enima Qulick. at Gulicka Corner. Mr. and Mra It. D. Elmore spent Sjnday with their daughter, Mrs. QUliam Dvodaon. at Litwatton. alAMMA'8 LlTTLia Gikl. 8UNNYHANK. Rsv. and Mra. Cuthriel were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hammock on Sunday. They were entertained in the ^retty new home into which Mr. and Mrs. Hammock have recently rnoyed. The Ladies* Guilq of AYtop heW ? social on the eyening p,f Qctoher 28.th at the chqrch.. This aociety is rapidly ?TPWing, About st?;ty members con> ppse ft, and new xnembers are added at ?very WJonthJy J?veeting, Mra. Massey ia president, and ln her winning and 1m preeeive atyle she draws the young peo? ple about her, catasing them to loyally help her in the work -jf the church. Mr. Massey is a most acceptable pastor to the people who attend Afton, and it is the ainoere wish of the writer that he may loag reraain with us. Mra. Judith Hardimj it tea?'i\lng the public school ajBJ -frphelia again this aeasion,, Mrs- Herding is considered a fine educator, but in teachiqg &? achool she haa not a fajr ch?<nce to do heraelf justiec. aa ah.Q h%a a v,ery amal] huilding and a. greater number of pupils than the achool house can comfortably seaL It does seem that thia aeoUon of our euunty deaervea mojre attention paid to echooUng faolUtiea. \t alao appeara that the aohoo} board means to put ua oft" until the last while our adjoining qeighbors have every thing ln that line the most fastldjoo/s cquld demand. Lower Hack* Neck achool haa no teacher And haa not had ono for several years past. People at upper school, owin? to aa overerbwded school, have to aend their children to private teachers. This ia done by people who live within one quarter of a rqile of the school. Is this fair dealing to people who yearly pay their schoel taxes, aa do the people in more favorcd eectiorae? Meadamea W. H. and C. M. MeGuig gan and little Emma and Ivy McGuiggan apent Wednesday at tbe hospit^bj^ ppwe of Mra. Ajrthqr %ooj&. ?/*? *Uf4i?ag waa called to thp bedr yda Qf her piftep, Mra. Jaanoa Marsh, on Monday last. . Mra. Mareh ia ypry \\\ at thia writiryj. M The rOftt <tf t^e fiabajrOamep ia sekkun. heard a? maaU of thejaj are fishing up ,he beach, aud on\y come ip the creek about on.ce in a week and aometimee two weeks pwases before they maice I aarbor in CocarelU ereek. TWXY. RAILROAD TIES WANTED. White and Red Oak andCheetnutTies wanted. I am in the market for white and red oak and cheatnut tiea. For ftill particularp write or 'phone T J Eubank, Brown's Store, Va. A "SURPRISE." On Friday evening. October 15th, while Mr.T. 6. Treakle, of Ocran, was returning from Kilntarnock with. his brother, he noticed several buggiea on th ? road and aaked why all were goinj in the aame direction? Upon reaching home he found all the available apace around jthe hitching poet occupied, and then it dawned upon him that it was the 13th j anniveraary of hia wedding and that hia ehildren were giving him and their atep-mother a aurpriae. About thirty invited frienda and relativea were pres ent and the evening waa pleaaprit\j? apent. In the arraagement i,t ^*V uot forgotten that ny*ft e^epyone Hked aomething good, tA eat, ao a pumptoua WpiJtea'- Ua4 been provided and was *eady to be brought in when the word waa given. Just before diaperaing all were a aecond time invited into the (dining room, where ice cream, ca.k,e and fruit were aerved. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY MEETING. From all accounts pretty little Onancock, of the Accomack shore, out did herself last week in entertaining the Woman's Foreign Missionary So ciety of the Virginia Conference. Rappahannock District was well rep resented, Irvington aod Reedville in particular. Miss Fannie Robinson, Dis? trict Secretary, came from North Caro lina to be present. In all $16,061.16 was raised this year. Of this amount the Rappahannock Dis? trict gave f 1,400.84. Mias Ellasue Wagner, the missionary from Kor*, waa a great inapirati tion the meatiflg, deliveringa^mqet intqrest ingaddreas. , Next year,;a meeting will beat Monu menfcal church, Portsmouth. RrlODE ISLAND RED Cockerels. $1.00 each. ^ Mrs, L. B, Cotttngham. Ottoman, Va. Lancaster Co, ASHARPY. LENGTH 43 FT, width 10, ft, to be aold as the owner haa no uae for her. Capacity 5 tona on 20 inch water. For further in forrqation addreaa I. N. Bussells, Wicomico Church, Va. PRIVATE SALE. Hnving* decided not to keep house any longer, will sell at private sale all my household goods. Eli.is C. Richaroson, Kilmarnock, Va. NOTICE. Purauant to the terms of a decree of the Circuit Court of Northumberland county in the suit of Morris' Executor va,.Fisher et als, I shall offer for sale at publio auction at Reedviile on Thurs? day, November 25, 1909, (unless sooner sold at private sale) the following de scribed real estate, lately the property of Albert Morris, deceased: One lot in Reedviile adioining lot on which bank is situated, 20 feet ruaming baek to the creek; One lot near Reedviile adioining High School lot, containing 4-5 or an acre; One lot near Reedviile between Main street, Morris Avenue, Poplar pvenue and Crowder's lane, containing 5.97 acres; One lot near Roedvtlle between Main street, Maiu. County Road, Morris and Pojular avenues, containing 8.19 acres; One lot adioining Liberty church lot and Roseland cemetery, contafning 3.20 acrea; A?vundivided one-half interest in a lot at, the foot of Poplar Laoding, used for a landing, 12-100 acre; Qne lot ofswamp and wood land in Bell's swamp, baek of T. J. Croswell's, containing 18 acres; One undivided half interest in the un sold land at Point Pleaaant, bought of Toulaon's heirp. In addition to the above real estate there will also be aold certain carriages and other peraonal property. The sale of the real estate will be subject to confirmation by the Court. Terms: One third Cash, balance in aix and twelve months, bonds with approved aecurity for deferred paymenta and title retained until purchase money is fully paid. The sale will begin at 2 o'clock p. m. James C. Fisher, Executor of the will Annie H. Morris. ORDER OF PUBLICMON. In theCierk's Office of the Circqit Court I for the County of Lancaster on the i 23rd day of October, 190$. Whealton Paoklog Conipany, JqcpffHu-Ated, - - - - - Plaintiff. | against IdA B. Oakley. , . - Defendant. I in Uhancery and on AttachmenL Tbe object of thia auit ia to attach certajn real ettate belonging to defen dsflt, A nenreaident, and suhject same to a deht due complainant. And an effidavit having been made and filed that the defendant Ida B. Oakley is not resfdent of the State of Virginia, it ia ordered that she doappear here within fifteendays after due publication hereof, and do what may be necesaary to protect her intereat in this suit. And it is further ordered that a copy hereof be publiahed once a week for four weeks in the Virginia Cit12EN? a newspaper published in the county of Lancaster And that a copy be poated at the frbnt doorof the courthouse of this county oti the first day of November, 1909, that being the next succeeding rule day after this order was entered. Test: Wm. Chilton, Clerk. R. O. Norrls, jr., p. q. A copy?Teste: Wm. Chilton. Caerk. A BUSY DOCTOR ^Ji?e.?^',*?tid- K*?p 4 aaai ?? gow AWS PREPARAT10N ln tbe home and ba prtpared (or poecmonla, croup, colds, coatba. arippr, paiat and soreness In lunat aad throat Exterual and aives ouick aaatl AHdnmua. H.OO. &. 25c! IRVINGTO* HOME FOR SaU. FOR SALE-Beautiful residence on rZ^I ti,tenve"u of ^rtw* Creek; 11 rooms, 2 halls; hot and cold water and bath; much land; good orchard; barns and outhouses. etc. Address, Va Citizen, Irvington, Va. HOUSE rOR 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 aituation for hotel or boarding. For particularB apply to L. E. Garrison, Burgess Store, Va. ARE YOU READY FOR THE FAIR? B Not Yoo Have Got Plentj Time to Get Rfiidy by Com? ing Here and GetMng Your Gomplete OotliL Wehavejustreceived another new Jgt of Ladics' Tailor Made Suits. made up in the very latest styles and at very low prices. Also a full stock of Ladies\ Misses* and Children's cloaks can be found here. Our stock of Men's, Boy's and Children's suits js Jbetter than ever. Call, look them over and see what you can get for your money at Schwartzman Bros., WHITE STONE and KILMARNOCK. WE ARE THE ONLY MER CHANTS IN TOWU WHO GIVE AN INSUR ANCEPOLICY With every suit.we aell. That Insurance Policy is issued by THE ROYAL TAILORS. of New York. It ia made out in your name, signed by the Presi? dent of this great tailoring con cern, and it comes tagged on your Royal suit when we deliver ittoyou?viz: "All wool, will not shrink or aag and it will hold its style and fit until conv ?a pletely worn out.'' What's the uae of taking risks in your Clothes buying when you can get a guarantee like this? Call and examine our half thousand beautiful woolen sam plea. WILLEY'S I Excluaive Resident Dealer .for The Royal Tailora, THE HOME OF GEflTS TOGGERY, , Va. $5 FREE To any one who gtves cerre^t answer: "How lon* d|d it t.he Noah to Bviild fK? Arkr* The queatlon will ba dacidad Dac. 20. I90?. ?,~ ^l!l".1?r!!,J!am*1 w1" ?? JwK'ahad ln this i^flnn J?4, "1 *Ly T*"' Anartlclaon tha sub lact will be furnlshed by a dlstinKulshed clerry man. and prizes awarded on h!s Judgment. Moah's Unlment ls tha best remedy for all Nerre. Bona and Muacle Aches and P*lns\ N<?h'!J-,!,,,*?n' ,s Tr,P'? Strenttth and Most Penetrstln*? tharefore Most EffectlveT^ Nosh't llnlarantcontalns no alcohol or polaonoua drugs and can ba laksn Intorrulry with aafety. B?Vf tlnlaieai ta tha best remedy for Rheumatlsrn. Sclatlca. Lame Back. Stlff Jolnti andMusclea.SoreThroat. Colda. Stralna.S?Sln? Cuts. Brulses. Cramrs. Golic. Toothache. N?u> ralrla. and all hlerre, Bona and Muacle Arhea jnd I'alns. II first bottle faili V) relleve. your money refund e d by deal ?*?? Try ? bottle to-day. Sold by Drue and Coun? try Stores. 25 cents. or mailed on recelpt of prlce NOAH REMEDY CO. ^ aiCHMQWD.VA. NOAHS LINIMENT SHARP8, The cheapeat place in Virginia to buy gooda. In New York totSy thea* goods would cost you twice the money. We offer only thia lot while they laat at these prices. 5 gross search-light matchea, 500 to box, 2 boxea for 5c. 250 joints of stove pipe and elbowa at 8c a joint. 200 yards good calico at 6c per yard. worth 8c. Blue flannel and tweed ^it 20c per yard, worth 85c. 15 dozen boys' and men's capa, 15 to 25c, worth double the money. Gowan's pneumonia cure 15c bottle. International colic or worm cure either, at 25c, worth 50c every where. J. W. CLARKSON, SHARPS, VA. What would be more appreciated than a well finiahed and good like ness of a friend or relative? Then why not go to WW. FREEMAN, PHOTOCRAPHER. 268 and 270 MAIN ST., NORFOLK, - VIRGINIA? Who is considered one of the best in the south. PICTURK FRAME*. EASTMAN KOBAKS AND AUPPLIEA. Special at ten tion to finiahing for amateura. PERFECTION. MARINE ENGINES: 2 horse power $51; 2? horse power, $61; 8 horse power, $71; 5 horae power, $99; 10 horae power, double, $240. Extra powerful, ever sible and Re liable. We have been hunting for thia ideal engine for over a year. OWEN'S RAILWAY, WEEM8, VA. BRICK! BRIC?! ERICKi The place to bay Brlek ia at LEVINT.BUCEiCC'S., WEEM8, V-aV.t Manufactcrera of all gradea of PAVING AND BUILDING BRICKS We can deliver Brick to any point on water front. TO MERCHANTA, CANNERS AND BOAT OWlNERS: Boy your coal oll, gatollue oll and luhrlcating olla from na. We guarantee full meaaure, and low eat wholeaale prlce*. Large wam house and complete atock. We pay caah for etnpty oll barrels. W. A. DAMEROM k BttO., Agent Standard Oll Co., Weerns. Va. LANCASTER UNION LODGE. No b", A., 9. * A. ?., Kilkabnocx, Va. Stated Commnnicatloaa mo nthly?Thursday after the thlid Monday, 11 a. m. HBATH8VILLX LODGE,No. 109, A., v. * a. at. 8t ited Commnnicatloaa aaonthy? Friday after the third Moada , i 1 am .. 11 ;????'??"? *>*?;? iciuiorj u i mut', . >. %T^ALTER SWINNEY ? WITH? LIKE8, RKRWANttER k CO., 8, 10 * 12 E. Baltimore St, Baltimore, Md. CLOTHING. TAILORING. FURNISHING. We are making a specialty thia season of wonderfully good suits and overcoats for Men at TEN DOLLARS and special Tailored to-order suits at $25.-Likea, Berwanger & Co. Add4tianAl Direotora: J. F. Bbllows, W. L. Messick and J. H. Whealton. TEE LANCASTER NATI01L BAI, IRVINGTON, VA. Oeposits Solicited, Negotiable Paper Discounted. No amonnta too amall foi depoaita, and everv one ahouid patromz- thia boerie inatiUtJon by opening an account Intereat paid ou time depoaita. Al) buaiaeaa committed to our keepitag held in atrict confidenoe. Banl oaen from 9 a. m. to 3 i fe tuept Sattida^s- Salu..a)s fum 9 i. m. 1o li?