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rM Ht.lSHKKS.
Subscription: $1.00 a year, in advance.
W. R. ROWE. Office Managkr.
.kAU. 'ommunioations or busineM lettera
ahould hvaddreoafHl to the Vikuinia CiTir.tt*.
Jrvlua-ton. \a.. to reoeivc prtmift attcntton.
Frlday, .Juiu? *J4. ]Wli?.
DOBS in<: KNOW?
l)edarin<r low?>r elass whites iu
tbe South are as i^nortuil as
the oegroes aa4 not so anxious
to leurn. Pivsident Talt latvlv
tol<] the dinrtors of Marion hi
'stitufe. an.\lal?aiiia school, that
the solmion ol the race problciu
lies in educatioD for l><>tlt racot*.
That kouikIs pretty linrsh. Mr.
Taft. Yet when a hi^li school
departnieut of tbe school in our
town stnrts witb 13 studeuta
last fullajuf thesnlrop of! Ui 1-*l
it looks as il be kuew aml had
readthr^iTiZKNs stutetnenl an
to tho c&ndition of educutioual
affairs ro hrvingtou. Truly. il we
here in LaiicnsttT wranl to know
thinge wi? sliall have not ouly
to takeont tbe moaey trc have
put in our purse* aud 8|ieud
souu' of it. but take a Bvclier iu
berert in wliat is heing; done iu
school matters. Compulttory
school attendauce s?mis;i srvru
remedy, bat what"* the ose ol
payinjr teachers to qpCUpy ;i \ a
rant school rooin? And what
foolislmrss ii is to buy n "-lvat
buildin^r and have it enipty of
ptrpils? Wakr. upritizons'
A_ da-v or soujjo, alniost. tbe
Wrijrlits arere i>layin<r witli u
ttangthejcaUed aflying macbine
and most people were taughiug
s* rocha project Y<>t todaythe
tiying martitne is as areti eatab
lishod ;i sncccss as the autonio
bile. It fliVs. soai-s. dipa like a
swallow, veatorei out of Baght
over the OCQan, drope silmtlv
down Inanother country and is
awa.v ajrafa beJore people are
awarr ofits??mniiijr. What will
it not do to ivvolulioiii/f war.
trade, truvel, politicsV No one
cantayin thisoardaj what may
?oilic. Time was. and do1 laV
raaiote, arban the toltftiuph was
a like plavtliiu^. (Jie teiephone a
mvtli. and to make forty miles a
dayon liorschatk was a rral IVat.
Xow wr talk over continent
wiijc fttretchee, s?>nd mmmf&m
over liali tbe World without a
wire.nnd lamrh at the roterfering
ilaalafailu. \V?. may not cbailge a
sin^li- law of iialinv; and iTnvs
whi<h niotber natuno srwnns ieal
ouslv lostrivelo hidewrknow or
are kumvino-. Vt> maater sea and
lan.l. thedeep aeu aud the view.
etai air. \\V take a U>\\ thin-s
Ipiifr lookod on as iiscli'ss and lo'
naruiv is eonquered. ('an any
man auy in this mtrdav. thirt'or
that is ini|?ossili|r-f
?MKHiui,*lowly eliwbinjruorth
ward. reacbed ou Tueuday hwt,
tbe (.1st of June, the aign of tbe
J rab, Ln the Zodiac, marniiurthe
lonjreet day of the war. From
That point the davs graduaUy
n?creaee in leufrth until at the
saniiMlatc in Decembertbey rench
the shortest. On Tuesdav last
twihjrht beguu terje than two and
a Jialf hours afterm1dn%h1 (2.2U
a. in.) and ended done to ti'ii p
m. (i?::{7). Theauu roseal I 52
settin?; at 7:11. This inakes a
lonjr day, and tho harvcsters are
needingall the Ii?-ht availabie. If
the days jrrew warm with the
advance ofthe ?un nortiiward we
should have our hottest weather
uow, and a iteady dedine from
rliis date; l.ut the heat haa a
<umulativ?' aetion. and thougfc
July dayn are ahorter thcry are
warmer. Hy the same rate spritur
is slow in foUowins the sun's
coursi'iiortliward. Hot days and
ni^hts naake oorn rtow, eropa
tnatnre and fecund nature to
put in our hands food lor the
cominiK winter. After all its a
rood worid to llve in and we
sliould not ?rruinl?le becaug* <>f g
little work. when all nature is
hard at it.
Wi: i si;n to think that war
stories were ahout all told. but
after re;idin<r a bit of a story in
The rircle?-A Little RebgJ,'* we
concJnde that the real story of
the Southhas hardl.y been bgrtni.
If any one can reaa little vSrgie
I'ar.Vs story. as she told it to a
yank?H'soldi?>r. and keep <\w eyea
ne ean do more than eould the
writer of this. (ietTbelirclefor
June, (( irde PnbliabuuT CO., X.
Y. I5e) read what little Virgie
told the pfficer, and you will
agreewitliue that tbe troeatnur.
gfe of the South was with the
wonien'and ihildren. And thkfia
not m paid notice, but written
that the jmst niay not he for?rot.
THB aiftiniLs, who had eiirious
fancies, naued that port of the
beavenH, or ratber that ctuaterof
stars into which the suu enten
on his norihward couree, Canoar,
or theCrab. andon Tneeday laat
ahe sun. inovino-north. entered
that eonstellat ion. pansing J here
at bafore Uirning southward.
ThingH are growing. hot daya
eonnno; oral band, craba plenty,
eorn juinphur, all tbiuga houiiil
ing and gpringing towardg full
fmition. The feeund earth smiles
and banrs berlan full of blemingfl
and weareglad for the aummer
nnd rejnfee iu its beat, for with?
out it allhope oflife would flee
YoKK. pA..had a hailstonn the
other day. and a gfaagle etoae
weighed 50 odd pounds, roeanur*
irig ;}(> Knetn-g by 14. This ia a
pleaNiirahlf varialion on the l?i^
iiah stories.
What would people havesald
had Ueorge tttepoeoson toW that
committee bewas trying to eon?
vinee <>f il?- practiliility of the
locomotive, that itwouulonc uav
bemj perigctud tluit oue rnilway
would have 2 ,.( M k ? mili>s of t rack.
carry 300.000.oo0 pusnaugen
with only* one accideul caugiiur
the loss of one life? ln other
words that thedanger of deatfa
would l>?? about one iu .'{no..
000,000? And what if he had
s.iiil?what is literally trtM?that
the gnfcet plaee ou land or sea
was the stnte-room of an 008011
fiuer? Yet all this nas come to
pass.
Tiik (Joths and Vandals were
suppuscd to have bueu the proxi
inate vause of the downfall of
Konie. and the luxtiry and disso
lutetMee of the rieh tlie Endireet
caune, bnt IVofessor Wlieeler of
llarv.inl says it was th?- nios
? jiiito that did the work. Thua
little by little thef.uts of historv
come to Ijght.
Axakticlk iu an exciintigeou
vegctableS as food strikes a uote
of good gense in (xuuineudin^r
onions asperhaps the beat food.
relieviug guul and rheumatisui
aud toninjr up the systetn gefl.
erally. \Ve rather ineline t<>
betieve it baving noticed th.it
onions greiitly Rtrengtlieti the
breatii.
It is estiiuated that there are
:joo.ooostaininen'isin thel nited
States. .lust siippose they took
a notion to call a convention.
It soimis uuser, but that'u
what siM'ins to be the great quea*
tion of the day? Will Itoosevclt
endoree Tnffs policies?
A.\i? uow that suniini-r is really
here w?> are v.rumbliiio- about tbe
beat.
DISCUSSING POUND FISHING.
Hon. W. McDonald Lee, CommiB
sioner of Fishcries for Virginia. is in
Waahington this week where he was
invit.Ml for a hearing before the Unitcd
Statcs authoritics who are considering
tha aaajael of restricting the pound
aata in Virginia waters.
Thia meeting is the nuteomo of th.
preliminary hearing in Haltimore som<>
kwa araaka ago. and the mattor will
probably be finally decided as a rcsult
of (his meeting. It is understood that
(heU. S. Fish llurenu and tha Mary
land Fiah Commission are unxious to
graauj Katriettha paaad fishing in th?>
lower Chesapcakc. Commissioner Lee
will strenuously opposc any auch action.
Only the U. S. Commission, the Mary
land Commission and the Virginia Com?
mission are admitted tothe fnnforenre
this week.
POMTICAL
Senator Tillman will not be a candi?
date for.the Senatc again, his health
being pcrmanently shattored.
hrtHe elocb'on ht Coloniul Reuch H.
W. H. Williama was eleeted Mayor. dc
feating thraa other candidutes. Th<
eouncilmen alactad avaca Geo. Btaplta.
C. S. Uowley. llenry Hull, W.A. Coap
ar, W. F. Renshaw, .1. M. Ruppert.
There is a popular impression that
ubout the only duties of a ropresenta
live in congreas are to ahake hands with
his constituents and attend Sunday
school eelebrations. This is a miatake.
It is also his duty to draw his aalary.
kiss the babics and diligently distribute
garden seed. Ledger Dispatch.
Judgc E. W. Saundera was nomina
ted as candidate for Congress from the
Fifth diatrict in the Democratic conven
tion at Rocky Mount Thursday. For
mer Governor Swanson was permanent
chairman. and made the nominating
speoch. The convention recorded it
self aa being oppoaed to the present
primary plan.
DOINGS IN CONGRESS.
Aiizona and New Mexico have at last
been admitted to atatehood, and will
caoh have two II. S. Senator*. Both
new States are normally Democratic.
Senator Martin has introduced bills
to pay $3,000 tothe Oak Shade Episco
pal church and $1,500 to the Forost
Chapel Methodiat chureh. both in Cul
paper county.
The House'Committee on Ekctions
has rappttad that John M. I'aisons was
duly eleeted a member from the Fifth
Vhginia Diatrict, and that Edward W.
Saunders haano right to the seathenow
oecupies. The majority rejairt, giving
the 8eat to Parsons, declares that the
General Assembly had no right to
change the lines of the Fifth District
after that district had been arranged in
1900; the minority (or Democratic) re
port, upholding Mr. Saunders's claim to
his seat. declares the Assembly had the
right.
APPROPRMTIONS FOR VIRGINIA.
Among the Virginia items in the
rivers and harbore bill which was re
ported from the.conference committee
an> the following: Improving Potomac
at Alexandria, $60,000; at Mount Vernon,
$11,000; the harbor at Cape Chark-s,
$2<>,000; harbor at Milford Haven, $8,000;
Norfolk harbor and the approaches
thereto and the channel to Newport
News, $600,000; Appomatox River,
$33,000; Dymer's Creek. $9,000; James
River, $250,000; Nomini Creek, $5,000;
Onancock River. $13,500; Pagan River,
$4,600; Rappahannock River, $15,000;
Upper Machodoc Creek. $10,000; Ur
banna Creek, $8,500; York, Mattaponi
and Pamunkey Rivers, $50,000; Nanse
mond River, $5,000.
VIRGINIA PRESS ASSOCIATION.
The Virginia Preas Asaociation will
hold its business aeasion of the next an
nual meeting on board a steamer. The
membera will meet at Richmond on
Tueaday, July 12th, at 4 o'clock p. mr
Wednasday morning, July 13th, a
steamer will he taken for a daylight
tripdown the his'oric Jamesto Newport
Ncwa and Norfolk, spend the night in
Norfolk, and taking the steamer early
Thuraday morning for a trip up the Rap
pahannock and on to ("inancock and
probably other pointa.
NORTilUMBERLAND CO.
FLEETON.
Mr. and Mrs. Koland Neal, of Balti
hion\ are on a visit to the former's
bruther and sister.Cha*. Neal and Mrs.
Frank Haynic.
Jo. Brillhart. the enterprisinjr
merchant here, is on a visit to his
niother in Pennsylvania.
Mra Insley and family left laat Sat?
urday week on an extended visit to her
parental home in Bivalva. Md.
Mrs. Ra'ehal Waller, of Fairport. is
visiting her daufchter-in-law.. Mrs.
Lotta Waller.
Mrs. Tom Hnynie and family are on
B visit to Baltimore and Washin^ton.
ttKBDVILLK.
The I)au<rht?rs of the Confederacy are
rehearsinjr for an entertainment to l>e
givcn by them in the Kecdville Hall on
July 4th.
I'almer & Moore'snewyacht, "Stran
ger." is about completed.
Mrs. Alhert Somers. of Atlantic City,
is visittng her mother, Mrs. John Ket
cham, at this place.
W. A. Edwards. of Baltimore. is vis?
it inrr his father. Capt. E. W. Edwards.
at Fleeton.
Capt. J. C. Fisher is in Baltimore.
Mrs. (). W. Douglas has returned
after an extended visit to relatives and
fricnds on the Eastern Shore and in
Baltimore.
Miss Marie Blundon isvisiting friends
in Salisbury and Baltimore.
John Smith. a Polish laborer at tbe
Morris, Fisher Company's factory.
cut his throat with a razor in an attempt
ntsuicide. He was taken to a Balti?
more hosp ita 1.
MISKIMON.
Mrs. Margarct Dawson is spending
some araeka wlth Mra. G. H. Smith at
Taft.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Smither.of Rains
wood, visited tbe lady"s sister, Mra. T.
E. Marsh, Sunday. Mrs. Marsl. accom
panied them to see Mrs. Wm. Kdwards,
of Sampson's Wharf.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Forester. of near
Brown's Store, visited the lady's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dawson. Sun?
day.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Baysie Marsh, of
Kilmarnoek, visited the gentleman's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Marsh,
Sunday before last.
Miss Clara Revere. of Lively, has
been spending one or two weeks with
hersistcr, Mrs. I. L. Forester.
We are sorry to report I^wrence
Marsh on the sick list.
"Uncle" Wm. T. Marsh has been
v. ry faabla for thv pjist two weeks.
The Baptist Sunday School at Prov
idence ajill hold Children's Day service
next Sunday night. beginning at 7:30
o'clock.
J. B. Cockrell returned from Balti?
more Monday with his "new'wife, and
his friends congratulpted him that
night with a rousing big serenade.
Good luck to you, Julian.
The farmcrs are very busy thia week
outting wheat. IJ ANr> I.
NORTIIUMBERLAM) NOTES
Miss Alleyne Kelley, of Baltimore,
apaat this week with friends in lower
Northumberland eounty and took |>art
in the Grcshum-Pinckard nuptials.
Luther Douglas, eldest son of Jack
Douglas, of near HeathsviMe, died early
last Friday morning of pneumonia. In
terment in the cemetery of Coan Bap?
tist Church.
W. Slater Cowart, of Northumber?
land eounty, was among thosereceiving
the degree of Bachelor of Science from
the Virginia Polytechnic Institute,
Blacksburg, the past session.
SCHOOL BUILDING BURNED.
The public high school building at
Reedville, in the southern part of North
umberland county, was destroyed by
fire Sunday. The building had been
closed for about one month. and the
originof the fire isunknownbut thought
to be from spontaneous combustion. lt
started in the second story, the fioor of
which was falling in when the fire was
discovered and only a few desks were
saved. The building was a large and
handsome frame structure, ertvted two
y.ars igo at a t.ost ?f about $4,000, the
larger part of which was contributed by
private individuals. The buildinjr and
furniture were insured in the Northern
Neck Mutual Fire Association for $1, loo,
and $1,200 in an old Hne company.
Steps will be taken at once to'replace
the burned building with a larger and
better one.
CR1SP NEWS.
Some people seem to think that
there must be something wrong about
anything that they do not know about.
- Ledger DiRpatch.
The wheat crop. which promiseswell,
is in some places badly injured by rust,
but the Rappahannock valley crops are
reported as over the average.
The statue of Father Ryan, the poet
priest, born in Norfolk in Ittt, died in
Ixmisvflle, 1886, has been put in the Hall
of Fame. He waa a chaplain in the
Confederate army, but fame knows no
sectional lines.
The tide of immigration is aetting
Virginia-ward. North Europe, which
has been sending its beat blood to the
northern statea of the American union,
is awakening to the attractiona of the
Old Dominion and to the opportunitiea
offered here. The Texas arrived at
Newport News recently from Chris
tiana, Norway with 21 passengers. (if
these nearly all will make their homea
in Virginia. Claremont, Virginia, will
take the bulk of the new-corners, ita
proportion being thirteen, ten of whom
are farm laborers, one blacksmith. one
haker and one merchant.
URGEST DRYDOCK.
The congreasional appropriation of
$r>50,000 for the purpoae of enlarging the
dry dock at the Norfolk navy-yard
means that this city will aoon have the
largi-st dry doek in America.
B? ekman Winthrop. Aaaistant Secre
tary of the Navy. advises that the
actual construction work will not con
aume more than three months* time and
that the dock will be out of commission
only a few daya while theimprovements
are being niado.
r:.^ AND OYSTE? rXTES.
Capt. John E. F'oster, of Buckroe,
cuught a very large shark in his neta
near the capes.
The next problem will be, how old is
a turtle when it moves? One was re?
cently found imbedded in the rock at
Ashokan dam by workmen digginR the
trench. Engineers figured it was 36,582
years old. When placed in a pail of
hot water it warmed baek to life and
was able to crawl away.?Fishing
C-azette.
The clam market was excited as high
as $8.00 per thousand being paid during
the week. The marked value of chowder
and buillon as a seraphic, wholesome
dish is estimated and the existent de?
mand indicates higher values. The $10
clam is in sight and on its arrival we'Il
all ko looking for shnll-fish sijrns.?Ac
comack News.
lt isstated that a shipment of 400,000
soft crabs was made last week from
Crisfield, Md., the greatestcrab market
in the world, to points South as far as
New Orleans. Crisfield suppli?s 75
per cent. of the soft crabs used in the
United States, 90 per cent. of which
come from the sounds of Virginia, in
Accomac county. Crisfield is almost on
the inter-State line.
A campaign ofpublicity fortheoyster
has been decided upon by the dlrectors
of the Oyster Growersand Dealers' As?
sociation of North Ameriea. Such
action will not have the official endorse
ment of the organization and will be
carried on by a committee of individual
oystermen. It was stated by represen
tatives of an advertising: agency that
the work can be effectively done for
sornething like $150,000 for the tirst
year. The idea has been to raise the
money through a per gallon shipment
tax on oysters.
In spite of the fact that there are
more pounds in operation along the
Atlantic coaat thia summer than ever
before, the price of fish seems to have
taken a soar skyward. along with other
foodstulT prices. The pounds are mostly
making good catches when the weather
is such as to allow the boats to go ofT
shore and lift the nets. Weakfiah (sea
troul) are beginning to run along the
shore, and some of the pounds have
caught as high as 20 barrels. This is
taken to mean that the fish will aoon be
biting in the bays and inleta. Whole
sale prices in the north of pound-caught
fish have been running as high as -I
cents a pound. which is higher than in
niany yeara.
James river stock is notably watery
in the Sprinjr. ao that it bleeds prof usely
in transit. Now this condition puts the
oyster at (he consumer's end with too
much water to please the Health Author
ities. In the Fall thia variety is a good
shipper and gets to the other end
in fine form. The question that will
puzzle the ahipper, next aeason will be
just what quantity of water will be al
lowed in the average shipment. Thia
queation must be determined before the
season opens, otherwise it will work
great hardahip to the honest packer.
Some oyaters bleed more than others.
We have known oysters to have been
shippcd perfectly dry, i. e.. devoid of a
surplua of water, and yet arrive at the
end of a long journey with too large
l>crcentage of water for the jobber.
The jobber must not think that all the
stock he receives haa been watered
before ahipment. The oyater is not a
camel. ?Oysterman and Fisherman.
stuff he's Made of.
Consider a youth void of knowledge.
Feed him and he will hunger again;
clothe him as a prince and ere long he
will be in pauper's rags; place him in
dominion and his clownish ways will
betray him. But fan the intellectual
spark that may yet remain in him until
it begins to glow; nourish carefully the
flame with gradual increment of fuel;
wardoff the destructive blastsof doubt,
indifTerence and despair that would fain
quench the flickering light; fix once and
forever the desire to know, and you
have made him master of himself. Im
plant in him an ideal that will be ever
before him as a guide to higher attain
ments; set going in him the power to
think. and you have plaeed him on the
roll of the world's worthies; for the
thinkers are they that have blessed the
world.?J. J. Doyne. President Ar
kansns State Normal.
DO GOOD ROADS PAY?
I Kroni kuhn.on.l Virrinlan. I
Doea it pay to make good roads? It
seema to have paid in New Jer8ey, for
the road commission of that State aays:
"The great value of good roads to
New Jersey ia becoming more and more
apparent each year. They have brought
within our borders a large and desira
ble citizenahip. Communities have
grown to boroughs and cities. Manu
facturera have been quiek to see the
advantage of locating in auburban dis
tricts with good roads over which to
haul their products to the railroad sta
tions. Industrial centera have grown
from what a few years ago were but
villages. In almost every local ity of
the State real eatate values have been
enhanced, and there has been a steady
and healthy advance in our taxable
propertie9."
LOCUSTS TIE UP RAILROAD.
Millions of 17 year locusts have in
vaded the village of Peckville. Pa., and
the valley isbeing rapidly devastated of
vegetation by the pests. From early
moming until sundown the noise made
by the whirring of the locusts is all
permeating, and can be heard a mile,
sounding like the faraway blowing of a
factory whistle.
They have covered one of the IPtle
coal branches of the Ontario & Western
Railroad, swarming around the rails,
which gather and retain heat during
the day, until it is imposaible to operate
the road, and tons of coal are standing
on the sidings because the locomotives
can make no headway against the slip
|>ery bugs.
WHAT NEWS IS.
A Toronto paper in endeavoring to
describe what news is says:
Some people never can understand
what news is. I^et us define it. A daily
paper will never publish an extra be
cause a Maltese cat eata acanary. But
let the canary eat the cat, and aee what
will happen.
Despair and Despondency
No one but a womati con tcll the atory of the aufftriuf,, tU
despa.r ?nd tbe deapondency endured by women who carry
a du;ly burden of ill-h;altli and pain hecauae of d^orders aad
dcran-ementa of the delicate and importaut orjtans t'-at aro
distinctly fcmininc. The torturcs so bravely endured cooi
plctely upset the nervsa if lonjj continued.
P?crce's Favorit: Prescription ia a positivc cure for
weaVncas and diaeaac of the femininc orgaui?tn.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONO.
SICK WOMEN WELL.
It allays inflamir ation, heals ulceration and soothes pain.
lt tonea and buiIJa up the nervea. lt fits for wifehood
and motherhood. lloncvt medicine tieulers acll it, and
have nothing to ur<e upon you as "just us good."
a '\.n0n-"?epeL non-alcoholio and has a record of forty years of curea.
AM 1 ava Nrighbors. They prohably know of some of ils many cures.
? you w.nt . book that tells all abo.,t woman's diacasca. and how to cure
tucin at home aend 21 one-cent stamps to Df. Pierce to pay coat of niailin*
emiy. and he will aend you a fret copv of his great thousand-pufc* illustrated
. ,mm"" Sen?f Medical Adviaer?revia?d. up-to date edition, in paper covera.
In aaaalaaaaa cloth-hmdintf, 31 stamps. Addreaa Dr. R. V. Pierce, Uutfalo, N.Y.
BaAiHlaOTC, PBODVlCt CO.,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERIHANTS
105 W. CAMDEN ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
f Tradere Bank.
Rekerences ' Md- Del-& v?- R'y Co.
i I'.xpress ( .ompanies.
{ Baltimore Fruit A Produce Association.
Poultry. Efjgs, Butter. Llvc Stock, Fruit, Vegetables, Grain. Wool and
ALL OTHER PRODUCE.
PALMER GASOUNE ENGINES.
Best made for work boats.
4 and 2 cycle from 11 to 35 horse power.
PLEASURB AHD WORK BOATS COMPLETE.
W. J. DUNLEVY, General Ajrent, Regent, Va. ? rmmmm^l^
M. E. CLARKE, Salesman. Regknt, Va. *?9Baia3KRS
kekk"kn,ek: S2a3ii?5SSl^r,,-??-.?.*?.,**.llaltimorp.
CONTINUOUH KXPKHIKNCB HINt:E 1?75>
13AVIS & DAVIS,
Incorporated, Capital and Surplns $27,500.00.
PRODtfJB ANI) GENBRAL
e< )MMIS8I< >N MER( IIANTS.
Ti ?n<l 6 K. Cnmden St.,
BALTIMORE. = MARYLAND.
M1SS M. B. PURUCKER,
Shopaing of Eveiy Description.
Ten years experience.
Correspondence Solicited.
2125 McCulloh St., Baltimore. Md.
I. P. JUSTIS & C0?
Commission
Merchants
p<)R THK SALF *)F Prodncc, Oyi
tert. Llve 8i>..i, lildca, Toultri
Kgm, ?tc. ?
12 E. CAMUEN ST..
BALTIMURE.MD,
STOP YOUR CUSS1NG.
Virginia's anti-cussing law went into
effect yesterday. The man who finds it
difficult to keep a curb on his tongue
also will find it difficult to keep out of
the clutches of the law in Virginia, for
the bill prohibiting cursing at the last
session of the General Assembly, went
intoeffect at midnight Wedneaday night.
The bill Is brief but unmistakably clear,
for it aays:
If any person shall, in the presence or
hearing of another, curse or abuse
another person or use any violently
abusive language to such person eon
cerning himself or his relativea, under
eircumstances reasonably calculated to
provoke a breach of the peace. he shali
be guiltg of a misdemeanor and on con
viction shall be fined not less than $2.50
nor more than $500.?Exchange.
Kcpt The King At Mome.
"For the |>ast year we have kent th* Kin* of all
Inxatu e? I)r. Kina'a Nfw Life Pilla-in our h.mie
utMthry hav?"|)rov?J a bletuiln* toall our family."
ajaftaa I'aul Mathulka. of Kuffal... N. Y. Easy.
I.ul*ure remedy for allStomach. I.ivera.id Kidney
troublcsi. Only 2.V. at all <li u?Ki-t.
TO ALL WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN.
The underaigned have been appointed
by the Circuit Courtof Lancaster Countv
joint receivera of Chaa. K. Webb who
sometimes trades under tha atvle
name of J. M. Webb, and some?
times under the name of C. K
Webb, and who haa been conductine
a general merchandise buaineaa at
Koad View near Molusk, Va. All
parties to whom this buaineaa ia indebted
willI hle their accounta, pronerly proven
with one or both of the undersiiined
within the next fifteen daya; and all
narties who are indebted to the aaid
business will at once make settlemenl
with the receivers.
The receivera have in hand for sale a
general stock of merchandiae in good
condition. inventoried at about *800
They would be glad to receive bids for
the aame. (Signed)
R. O. Nokris, Jr., i _J
T. J. Downing. ) Receivera.
WoocTs Late
Seed Potatoes
are selected seed potatoes
carried in coid storage, so
as to supply them unsprout
ed and in the best condition
for summer planting.
The best time to plant
Late Potatoes is in June or
early in July, to malce the
largest yielding crops for
winter use or market.
Write for *Wood*S CrOD
Spedal,** giving prices and
seasonable information a
bout Late Potatoes and
other Seeds for Summer
Planting.
T. IV. Wood & Sons,
Seedsmen. - Ri* hmond, Va.
BUY
YOURSELF A GOOD
WATCH.
aa2r ff ^men,t?of So'?<t fiold. Goid
led andI Silver Watchea ia moat com
plete. We guarantee the following:
La?ll?*' 1 hnmond C-bjw Watrh? nr. r~>? ?.~
U-uii? 14-Kt. Battd (;,JJwXh ? K
? (Huiitinv Caa?< ) *a..?
SSi^S^attrTaaJgl
And inany oLhcrs.
Wheninm-?Jof any article in the
jewelry lim- wr.Ie us. we will eladlv
?1ualitSy.PnC,*S-ttnd ??!??? PrieJUnd
WM. J. fclJLLER,
"BALTIMORE'S JEWELER,"
28 E. BalforSf.. BALTIMORE. MO.
Reference. 'The Editor."
SpBcial oiier to Mercbaots.
In order to add some new accounts on
our Ledger for 1910 we are mak
ing a special offer of
PRINTING
as follows:
r>(H> Letterlienda )aa bb?
SOO Envelopea ( VJ /K
ftOO BtiMiueHS Carda \ UTl I J
Delivered prepaid to any address. Not
cheap work, but firat-clasa, up-to
date printing on good quality
paper. Samplea if desired.
&uvstf?u?)m
CHARLES & LOMMARD STS.
BALTIMORE.
CEPHASILEWIS & SOflS,
GENERAL GOMHISSION
MERCHANTS,
14 E. Camden St.,
BALTIMORE. MD.
P(~!tr? EK*?8, <?rain and Live Stock.
lUe houae you will eventually shlpto.
Why not now?
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B. Gochnauer. Kau?,uier County. Va . write*
I have u?ed your Souare-neal' Chick Sfcarttt
with ex.ellent r?,ult?.lt?ve l.?t faaaOUefasfoea
MBBBI U than ever bafore." *>?K-aa since
PREVENTS DIARRHOEA.
<??* S Graaon. Baltimore County. Md.. writea
Ihave found by aclual compartaon Uaat lioiS-"
anoa bquax^ltaaT ch.rk Starter h?u, anaStS
vantaae over .11 promment foodn ? **E5uA
dooa not nv,. tha Uil> chjcka diarrhoaa "
BEST HE EVER, l'UKCI!A8D.
Eli I.. Grient. Caaana. Fa., wrilra: ?'Your V,?..r?.
purchaaed at any prlca. | have no trouhle to ???
lt. my customera like it." "* 8eu
SQUARE-DEAL
Chiok Start.r Chick Food. Scratch FVwi
nn,t5weeka. Mo 10 waeka'. aikal!^
DONT BE FOOi.ED.
If your local merchant dWt a?JI "Souare IWI"
Food*. drop um a poataJ we will I.-II you who <??.
Send ua 6c in atampa to pay the pnataae an.l ? Z
Uon the narna of thia naper. we ^Tu '"mj you
PackaRe each of pana.e* Naaturtium. Ast.-n*
Swet Paaa fcnrlet Sajra, alao our Gardei .?U
Fk.wer S?eed and i'oultry Supply CaUlojfue
J. BDLGIANO d> SON,
Irowera, Importers, Manu
i. Four Generationa of l
broken Succeaa.
Baltimore, Maryland.
Seed Growera, Importers, Manufactur
era. Four Generationa of Un-,
broken Succeaa.
ONE OF THE SIGHTS OF NORFOLK.
Virginia's Greatest Men's and Boys' Oae-Price
Clothing Store.
EICHT 8 BIG DEPARTMENTS.
Men s Clothing. Boys' Clothing, Fnrnishings, Men's
?nd Boys' Hats, Men's and Boys' Shoes,
Custom-Tailoring, Trunks and
Bags, Uniforms.
IWAKE OUR STORE YOUR KEaDQUARTERS
Yisitors to Norfolk are cordially i,lvite?l to
?**? THE HUB their headqna^
while in the eity. 'fwill be a
pleasure to be of some Ber.
viee to you.
PEOPLKS UiVNK
OF REEDVILLE. VIRGINIA. Inc.
PAID up CAPITAL e3O.00O.00
(More than Sixty StedchoUen )
T.^TOto^?o??"*?toa???nl.,?,,i, ?,,,,?.,?,?,,.e88
Monday, February 21st, 1910,
Hlld solirits voiir iintn.i,;,,,,. u.:.i. f, ,
Hatisfactorv servi.v. UMlvidlialfl a eoarteona and
, B - DIRECTORS:
J. II. HlNTON, .1 a ii,.......
g.h.mcnea,., utssg t^sr
Baltimore Reserve Depository: Citizcns National Bank.
THE TIDEWATER BANK OF VIRGINIA, Inc.
Successors to the L. E. Mumford Bankimi Company'
RMiDVlLLE, - VIRGINIA,
U now ppeu f(,r ImsiiH-ss under Ita ,ln,i,r .,? i ?
acoountii from |] no ?,, 'MM,!- an<1 hivlaai
laaaaTaaf M&. n V' '":V'r,i"'"""'.M "' ???'?' Ai.
5 ""?? '?*"?>??.-i'-i-:.:." 1;i'hsi,;:;ni;,',l:,,^:ll:;:
tr ?, r- J' A' Palmer' J"-. President.
fc. W. Edwards, IstVlce-Dres C l r?.. -. j?,
i /? ? Oaskins, 2nd Vice-pres.
_ J- C. Jett. Cashier.
bubiubtd lata. Itl.(c,lo.,r,u?.?..N.t,??.,B.nlt
OUR SPECIALTIESt "'"""" M*
Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, live Stock, fajs. Wool and Fro?s
Oorre?pondenci' nnd ahipmrnta lolicitml.
I. COOKE & SONS,
Genera} Cornmissiou. Merchanti
7 W. PRATT STREET. BALTIMORE MD
Establlshed ln 18M.
O. S. SCHERMERHORN & SON,
Recelvers, Hhippers, Dcalors,
GRAIN, HAY, PRKD8, LIN?KKI> MKAI, COTTON SEED
1MRAL. BEST STONE LIMB IN BARREL8.
Alao Distrlbutorn of
TUE PUU1NA POULTUY FEE1>8.
127 and 129 Cheapside <"<">- prau tttetti) BALTIMORE MD
_ VIRGINIA LAWS COMPLIRD WITH
BEST LOCATIQN BEST fACHITlES BEST TRAOE
A. LEWIS&SON,
Grain, Live Stock, Wool, Produce,
Fruit, Poultry and Eggs.
BALTIMORE, MD.
THE COMMISSION HOUSE THAT
WEARS WELL DAY-I N-AND-DAY-OUT
MEETS THE DErtANDS OF THE MOST EXACTIHG SHIPPERS
OUR BUSINESS IS GROWING FASTER THAN ANY TWO
COMMISSION HOUSES IN BALTIMORE PUTTOGETHER
BE SURE TO TRY US. -
BALTIMORE, MD.
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i? the United Statea
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