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1 S VOL. XXV. MANASSAS, VRGNA, FRPAY, DECBMBER», ltl» $M A Y A&m ABVANfiK * PAYNE FARM SOLD TO to APPLY FOB CHASTER PG CLUR SOY WRTES COmHTY ETCHANflB Monday, Deonnber 22 ~ - **The Eleventh Commandmeiit!' nwitsikiillliny None But dieliin Aimbmiem, lle-17c fwafft= lavwt Tuesday, Decmnb 23 Riy Stewart in 'OJNTAMED/' a Western Story Jf9 Gmiedyy "The Judge' AiatasioB. tlltc Thursda;, December 25 _ A SPECAL Turn in the Road" AMimrltfUL ST9RY OF HUMAN tovi; DEVOnOilliMsiP SAOUiFlC Al r-- ' GLORY-Orlim Matinee 3 p. in, llc47«. ffi!si Lil7c 22c Best Pictnre of the Year. DOMlMSaLfr Friday, Decodber 26, APtoaaHJuut Charles Ray TOlOlf the STAGE WAS THE DEVL'S PARADSE. msb MUtT AND JEFR AifamMioii, llc-ltc, Saturday, December 27 "The Great GamUe'' E!»s6aeml2r'TKe Wolf Pack.'' Also Fatty Arbuckle in ''Back Stage." ONE OF THE KND "niat MAD& HM FAMOS- NEWS AND FORD WFPgUY Matinee 3».m.6c-llc Nit» 7:,1 lol 7c NinrteenNineffffti Nineteen Twenty H-The office calendar, thetread of busy sh(qav and the expectaat faees trf tlfe" chpdrm rebtid vx another Hotkfaiy Seumi u a'haad, the time to pause ia our busy pursuita, take a Aoagbt <Ate past, and tdan for the fatore. Tbongfa we took h»e at th jwith mingted feelingaof aatigfactkm and regratfab- LOOK FORWARD to the NEW YEAR with hearts courageous. Let's make an eaiiy start. With a strong, steady poipom and M SSBg bi oar heaits. Lafs makw the new year a happy zad prpspefoos one. Thisis-a-: pretty good dd world--anywsy, it's all we_have let's make the very best of it. So with a_gnpwibg BAUK ACCOUNT ia THE PEOFLESTNgnONAL BANK OF MANASSAS, Manassas, Virgiua, aad a asaile «B year face, the battle of the coming year is half won; may we hear from you often and so help you win the other half? rrs A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU Hie People HatioBiM! OF MANASSAS, TK6N1A mo FAfE YM\Xk Mt SitaatiM ia for FSCSt ' [CovtribBlwl] HM rrulv mrtiiift «f the Farm- noon at the courthouse at Manssas T"' TntrtihrtK far PrW* ma. hdd. "" fr'tr at tlw cffciiign TM in tme eoartbooae on Triday, beginniar Ellis, dnnonstration agent fer Bh4 had g<awn to 1(3 poondb, and MS statinnfiri at NetfoUt.- fwidfie county antfie eittit.' f\f, A -K, wlu bring Mi fmally» thatr -giw oretar by the president. Rev. -WeMwood Hotchiaon, aad Sev. A." StuMt throagh the conrteay of Miss LOliaa [ [heme about the first of Uw yar. Mrt: Pkyne has been in Waahgton for Gibaon made the Moinf prayer. Gtlhaat, eouaty'bana liiawiatiatw seme time and the farm haa been Mr. S. P. D«ke, pteaident of Bartiapnbarf Nnrnal School, waa rented to Mr. D: W. Jasper. fatti<i»- dnced by Sapt. MeDonaM wbo made a brief atatemit of the fioancku CMMUtion of the «choejjj_of oar eoi«a "'i. pointed out the necessity for a inar of tua kfatd at this partieglar time. Sioee Mr. Duke has served %ar a nnmbar of years as inspeeter of the high.schools of the state, he is eepedally' ve prepared to diacaas the kch0b proueina of the praa«it day and the iastitarte waa f mrtaaate ia 4eevring Um as a speaker. A brief j - WBSTvncraoA- W. p. Kcnwdy, of Gat* d Bays CT PwyKHy - HtTOFw Hue d«h. ' The farm <rf Mrs. Sara A. Payne Bktoma, which coptaisi ««t 2M acres, has bean acm to Mr. H. M. Ups, of Graftoa, W. Va., f«>r 1«;>00. Mr. Lepa was in the United SUtea N>»» dtihnctte irtlr%abj has bean Mr. W. P. Kennedy, of Gate CSty, has porehase4 the farm of Mr. C. B. Botamd. nuar Groveton. The place for 94,009. MrV Soland Huui epeped a gantge at Haymaricet The new owner of tlie Groveton farm is prindaal of a Ugk aehoid at Gate City, wtee file family will remain for the wfater. Mr. S. A. Moaa, of the Etona Honaa nsigfaborheod, has boogtat finrty acna M*r Sndley, kiio>4ni M tbe old Har- Bummatr of his address follows:. j f -, n«ii5» n.n.1.. te»m he pnb school, \ T " l t of Virginia operated under the P*- -ru SlJOO ««trftherbba«whkh proyimomi did not admit «>< «rapid developnieut of the ijrsteia.' nia Ckmstitntienal Convention of Mt st- eompany. tempted to solve some of the<cal- QT MM. F. H. lies but made the mistake of giving Were made through the.rtate firm of C. J. Meetee ami 6ANBBH8 toomnchatt«flonyd«*«iis: 1 5..y D Suddenly tanabely for the schools, a mazinuim ' ' ntaramid a$ Sndley T««ter«biy. tax of fifty cents on the hundred dollars was established, thereby limitteg the amonnt of ftmds available fw schools in- local communitjes, regardieaa <A the wibes «f the tax payers. "Bflwwver,,.a«e hikaben a ra Catiiarpin community was greatly shocked and grieval en Tuwday irim ps the sudden death of Mrs. Lavm E. Sanders, wife of )b. Frederick H. Sanders. Mrs. Sanders was sixohi aad a danghtet of the the p«vfe H Tftmn,VBm tmber ha*. Lntiter LMigdea Lyaa teg iaereasedfk tte estwt of S«S. and Mary FMBacs-Cnrreil Lynn, te :~B> effcctivimwaa of ttair Mcfc ima Jieen a leading T-iiia of 3adl«y been lessened by the faet la»-«m 'j Soutii, fbr'**;agby years, are unevenly 4&stzitaited and tfaa " most of th«n olvqad' a purely acad«bie coui<ir%&dy, thereby' failitig and te pwajafciar the masses of flie jpoi artwo medas gtym-tif «j.t \ -i ' 'fm& manaijcb- ynnwsu iiua high schools sjudaucb nf tbe state show th«t-3r per ctet «f the students lae ortsr fai sdmoi ««kwt the &at yaar; that t ls percentage increases to fifty in-the second year andthat ooly twenty per lent graduate. Sdioels must provide vocational edixatiob fw the various classes of students. Othawise interest will be lost and the attendance will decrease aecordiiy *r Croep duriflt the war. Funeral seitiiees wwe hdd Thursday aftmmob, Sev. Hdaaer Wefcfa, at- Sdatiag; tantjaimmeat was in the fiudley etmtery. ' Surviving mmbersef the family, Besides her husband, are two daughters, Mrs. J. WortfafaigtMi Alvey and Miss NeDie Sanders;.two sisters, Mrs. William M. Wheieler, of.wellington, uif J. 1 V,j- 1. "" ' '* B. Pattie, of Catharpia. following -Fv good main Khool should have ae rtsher, Mi. Oy«r Lrf <*»«*; \ "The Alexaadria. health of its students. 2. The intel- lectual education or «.ch training as «* CONFERENCE TO obxtkmmram M-tfcJy MMtfaar H«ra>-Of - (J. H. Dod..Swiretary) The eonatjr farmers' union bau its monthly BMMting last Friday after totbnrg. WHO denvtnrt ini immirai. address on ~Sumeri' orgaaisationa, emphasising the county exchatige. Enthusiastic reports were giv«i by Messrs. R. L. Lewis and W- E. Varner, of the state eonv«nti<m in Lyaebburg eariier in the week. A special committee was appointed to draft a xomi6<ai8'>»rpy iawsitoifty organisation. The committee on procuring a chmrter for the county exchange was directed to proceed, to sseute saeh a charter, with the following oooers and directors: R. L. Lewis, presidfwit; W. E. VHMT, viee-pusmsat} J. H. Dodga, sedietary-treasaret, and &. C- Liataa, C. H. B. Gibaon, A. W. Smi&, J. J. fvnimot, w A Hswry awl F M Swarts, directors. Other business waa tranaaeted, including the aasual eleetien of oaeers.. which Vas'iiiieirifcoiiilint 10 rhw hit eo above. Asm HfK HKW AiMlfiBSMKNT Tax BMJfi Says F AsscsssMSt WHl Stop Special Taxattaa. Virgiida land aascssorb will ba spedficasy instructed by strict judges to make their assessments at &ir market value, instwwl of cm a minuninn ajqpcaiseineat, if the request made by e Tirgiaia state tax board is carried oat. n a letter signed by Goveinor Davis to all'district judges Of the stete, who have the authori in awteiatib land U l_ tax board points out Aat Oie eomnmb- ;,KwUh'i iksoiii of_ mrssemwvia htf required special taxation to piiftvi(fijft>r road-buddliig bm ucfeu purpoaes, is attribotod to ipdcr-vahhtion of real e»t»te by asseswrs. Experts wfi have been studying the as8essm«it picition are of the (pinion that assessment of land at a fair market value throngbent Virginia will add hundreds of thousands~1if dollars to the commonweetth's annuklrevenne PLAN FOtt CHBSTMAS OTEEK Bnren "li&«n>q«f Gata«d«r win enable the boy or giri to write. 8* HELD P RCHMOND pm;fctei» af the Cepfjjirracj-ffDli'''* ' PrpTides and spesk wsrrectly. S. PTf""**!' _,_ at SMAcrs' Heme. iijiliij iliiliii Tisiisisliijii Wftrkfm T11H ftltltm tw Men Disabled for cftjmjnship. 5. An educatioa.tiiat Cnea aad Mins yria iwqmue tbe stadmt for S voeati<m in life. n tiiis state particular the chairman of the Bichmond sojd- Ah extensive Ust of Virginia's 4 Meet Deecfaber 29. to Manassas Daughters of Aht Cqnfederacy hav«reeaved an appeal from War Service. atteatiob should be paid.to the coarses A conference of all the field workers! >en' iiome committee, emphasixing abled soldiers refcoving voeatiaaal < in vocational agrkuuore, since 68 per of the Stete Board of Health and ad' fteir-upikmluiiity to stare» providthe public health nurses woridzig' iu% Christmas entertainment for the sitiee thronglwnt United Statea uiatuon in vaiioos seherfs aad ' cent of the patrons of rural eommumties have agricalttneal interests. How- under the bowrd's auspices has beoi' Confederate iwterans ia the soldiers' «lll1rf~h,'st<i Health C<i neaer boys frun these homes retura te tl>e Ennion G. Williams, to meet in Ricbtrn wbea they attend ''tja whfit mood from Monday; December 9, to agriculture is not teiwiit Th.iv hav finmi.j Jwn«Ae brm Bed Oroa» wqrken are mvited by this rate il Will nut be xoaay yearr tile state health depaitiueat eadals tiiat we win imve the pleasure aad "The liaaaeial wlaa cf a Ugh Mhool to partadpate in Qie iitetiag, which «W*«taaity to de aaytuag totoitm. ntinn 'i ihn iui piwuems generafly Wai yey hej-aa to give them the figures: The avenge lahanr «. M and the best sohitism te-4iie health Uggeat CteiatMa tlwy earinng capmty of $500 tar a period qnestiaas confapntiag the vgrkers. of fir years. The- average dgh Thii isifing wih be ia the nature of fas. Albert Speiden lma.«eea placan avoage ears- a seksri ef iasuwhin nlieidth w«ric «3 'v 'laqre d the' kest <a«r's sdeol.8 **P***t. of $1.008 vtr year for 'SS h omisea to be of great vahie to eootdbutien for tliis purpose. A sum fme period «f time. PxwUMt >-thoac who.me " " ij 'm<wiey~wnrtie' «rftebtej_j mrtbrwanled at *h eaay aste. catfhba- standard term is held, tjm» days wio VirtS"dn the map as oae of tbc b tpiat ty tbf sfwliiiit in the aeheel heawhicst stsiai to th* union: U left with Mrs>-Speid«B. TWs Hacaa-tiia- eiate.wasmm-toiisf~mm~ue=t vatos of theligfa-scmut rtobpsib at reseated St the meebniriitgta; f 16JOO Jmt C- Harper, cowity health ofleer. and **a order that MH AMrsiy V. Drake, Bed Crass pd> state may be He hhtkh amrse; fuads for their operation. Three tl»oq-j saad <rf the 4,Mi taach ia Vir- { Sinia «np their positions at the ] pttnniiig irf~taa' yaai bacaose tliy were uaable to five oa the salary paid Ttare»tt. aaw jm chsel fusm ia the state aad ia mstences it has bosa aeecsaary to easptoy Uachari iriw at* bat poorly prepared for e wsck. The average salary per year ear jaieteddmn of irgxidais9tti.m. ntc aam ef CMMf- 000 will be needed to pot the public lu uf Vlf glnia OB a iouad basis. iiadiiidaai- frttgiohs <i«pnmm«tt»«have far exceeded this aatennt in tiieir feeciit xampmffa and yet the selieob t Wtaeli are A vital importance to all the citiiens of the stete are suffcriag i from a lark of necessary fundot!c conclusion, Mr. Doke pointed out s Your Subscription Paid in Advance?JTr*'/ >»f a«the» «*.> «Aaa%i.>x j standard term of nine months m the (Continoed on page eight) HGH SCHOOL PAPBX The fii aumbcr ef the Jonmalerat, hi iiaprr fatilished bj the stadeata ef MSnaasas High School, 1 staff of the paper incladas: Miaa Laaier Moraa. editer-ia>chief; Miss Muriel Larkia, cnrzeot Gladsa PayiMrleek TV?' views; William Hill Browiwjr.. athletics: Mis»JUc)r Kaevels. sdiool news aad sitvrriaemebte; George Betl. sic and a*tj-jaek Merehsnt, slierice and Tnvantaoa; Hiss Margarette Farr, host story; Balph Larson, cartoonist; Leon Waters, businees manager; Warren Coleman, assistent managrer; Waiter Sanden and Ralph Larson, advertising manaiers, and Miss Duncan &nd Mrs. Sanden, of the faculty, advisory board., Eaal. Boxan a. ftian WidiaM cooa pig club boy, kas.writtaa story about his pig- Paul's pig aa May 16 weighed M pounds; on Jalp 4 gliiy wcijrbad JT'jteimda' ftn a\isasit agsnt, fellows: "The reason that am a pig dab atember is becaoae waa eardaas aad forgot things if dnt do th«n whan _ amiwuiiag of my own 1 wtmhl Uy ramemhwbetter and taken tersat ia my work. intttreat in a Holstain hmtme calf. batjilha* sold -my hiterest to Father for $17 and tea $16 aad-begfat my pig aad aa*d the balance to b feed for mw pig; also wwted aad bowht atwa feed. took the Hi«ae ji»«r jacanae,pathsr had them»mt" "t is good to have for hogs. t halpa to aad gives them a cheapw aawly a< food aad hasps timir syatmia gaad coaditien. "M» nir fm ii«t i<i4n\ nrii *.S for idle had watw ia her lot. When gaaaher waiar Aetpaatei'la wallow in it. often poured t en tttf to.cool her off. We'had no acales a* r took her'to out nearest i aiid found fhat she waa er**tr * two pounds per day. ' tei tluree times each day, aad she ' : abqot when to expect it. ' "Figs grew better a4>en fed larty. feed my g milk and Biiddlings. Whea cannot get sriiddlinga feed her rye 4»pa, bm»b» doesat ae it "Whan got my autffir da wei'aa al>h tmmum MTfea gagrid sttta lice. "She was way wim at ta bat lopt playiai'witii bar uafeb she bat came quite tame. After she got Uhf* scrubbed ho- to keq> the rmmi aad ttee off. ' "Miss Gilbert visited me aadlau me how to eare for my psr- F aas and do mndi to pwiiabit spedakujkjjjvsftu cootinne atkw and ath$, methods that have next year.' besm rsaorted to in order to cisrry ourneeessary deyelim«it jawgrams. -*-****** " TMfll "Thoe are now in the.home 223 veterans, sixty ' having * passed *.«jt. Miy, the appeg Z A white Mian tiuleuuy iuaaae was found wandering about'nev Greenwish laat gaaday. Ht waa heeafchi to Warrratea and piaeed in the jail, Taeaday manaatst babty-fkom expusare to the rain aad snow stmta ef Saturday. His clothes mdieated Biar -fce lud Mesi>ed fwbt some iastitntieb>and had been in the anay or aairy. He WM not ratioaal noagli to «fac any aeeoaot ef hiatself aad ae far has aet beaa idcaticcd. F) VRGNA SOLDERS GET VOCAfONALDUCATKWf was forwarded to Senatwr' daade. A. Swanaon by the Fedw»l Beard ** Vocatiuial EdacatioB. wkf-to additional training, ia to $150 a month, and is now the bcocot of which he Among the Virginiana Wayae M. aad Aylett &. Ctek, Daaioa C. Abci, Qnantaco; Hamriie(xer.CMlett: Harcy T. mett aad Kemper Saddeth, Wa taa-aicfaie KsudaD Ohipei Kendal] C. Richardson, Remingtfa; "'jfti Tipgp*y "t'l' Tiirfsi iiiiialj. Frank W. McMffliaa. Ptoe View, qnier county; TbMaas S. Gray, Bcaleton; Norman Newton aad hyae,. Fredericksburg, aad E. Payae, FalsMwtk. NBUBO KLLBD BT FALL Herman Robinaon, a young kiued ahaeat jastanty morning when he' USi from load of waod and hined waa < under tiw wheals. Hie aceideat eecnrrcd wm. the CmilmHe road near the ~?VigSr yiyst'> ««g P- ioia B. Giasa. Y«Robinson was driving -the- team vf~ Mr. John M. Kline. aad County WUUaai Raadol, coktred. whe w Areitt Brewnint; aelected an eahibit of j-aath him at the time -T?.- wasdltr% f?uvb llld WS VSTt 'to DK H is supposed that the boy was jarred froav bis seat as the wagoa par stete com show }ield at BouokeTbec-ember 2, 3, 4 aad S, aad Mr. KUae's sed over the rough road, "l belirv«<orti took secoad honors in a stete eoa-ittoelm my neck," he is (quoted m* sayiaif *» he raised np for a moment -.est. The variety eiibited waa Booae after tse wheel had p«me<i Q\-e'- - Mr. Kline also secured two prise neck. He was a son of Jamt Y.-- exhibite of yeuow com, which he intends to use ia a- bs«e i«at for hrte W. N. Lipscomb, and wa- son, employed for many yen-' purebred seed. fiftecn years oid

2 tlanl AiWMtagM. - farm and move ts town. The fanneraf Any man familiar with farm i«lem»[.faraw not atruck fw a six ar -twttttoir-asa" ihs"ldw taxlh? "aboitj" knows that the fanner ia right in this rtght-hoar day aiid.fw higt [JBo. g. Bytehwoii, DfawiUii, Exteu- of the ppeu euuiaiy are, of conree, contentien. As an exsmple, take oa' MviaicQ, s Richmond nmea- sponsible for tkia, and Dean Da*«npwt says, "Tf we are to remajb JJfe.Hirt «tapl«prndnets during the last price paid farmers for some of our so- Dlytteh.] : o much baa beaifepaid and written moczacy and safe, this burden must uyjear. Duringth* selling season for dung the lait few years concerning in some way be asaumed by the th needa of the fanner, and so many public and not remain a permanent cofiflicting theories have been put fofth, that it is rather intmesttngr to k iow just what the fanner himaelf thinks about the question. n gtixbguvet «) State of Virginia for the last year have asked quite a number of fanners wlur so many/'w them are qtiattiirg the watne, and what is most needed to remedy tiiia condition. The thinking Virginia far mar usually sums ap~hia needs under the following heads: ' First Better educational opportunities for his children. Second * prteit ft* his tfiwluets that will enable him to compete with other industriea in the labor marlmts of the world. Third Organization. Brains Reqaired la ftutaeaa. The fanner nhtiy believes tliat his children should have just as good edu eattonal advantages as bis brother's children, who Bve in the city, and that it taltm jniit a little more brains to operate a farm successfully than it takes to be a saeeessfnl plumber, mechanic, coal nilqer or bricklayer. For this reason, he tinnka that country! handicap upon the profeasion of farming. f it is not. assumed as a national poliey and as a part of a national plan, even to the extent of heavily subdfvizing j?ural education, it is inevitable that we shauld ultimately have a pleasant population of farm- peanuts, while the price ef labor was constantiy advancing, the p«4ce paid the farmer, for his puts dropped from 8 to ybh 6 cents a pound soon after the Wrket opened. This year the price ef hogs, which w*re raised on $Z com. dropped from 23 cents to S ffnff. Pnna This fall whan the grass-fed cattle of Southwest Virginia m." t TequirM~no probkettd" se«wenron the market the price dr6p*ed" ''«; > *Weto form an effective that hen such a time comes democratic institutions will crumble at farm problema and fkrm life know organization, but close stqdents of their' fuuudalions. thia is not true. Fannera will organize whenever tiiere is a real neceasity Bdncatiwial PaeiUtiea Needed. The question of adequate education, for organization. Thia is ahown by al facilities is of just as much importaule tu sbeh jmple aa t> f awneasi tes the rapid increaae in the number «f farm nitfnim«n«tinriny tha f» the city cannot hope for permanent prosperity unless the country is prosperous. Many farmers claim that their biggefet problem today is the inability to eecnre l4bor. This is especiady true in Eaatem Virinla. A trip through tiukt secition wql show many fields of com, tojbacco and peanuts that have been' epletely overrun wfth grass. When questioned as to the eauae of this cofidition the fanner will answer Tack of labor." When qnesticmed further as to why 6 cents a pound. t ia true that au of these products have recently made some recovery in price, but it ia also true that this recovery came after a large nuinber of these produeta had left the farmers' hands. gays t Csji't Be Helped The farmer has long been crticimd aa being tight-flsted and as refusing to pay his labor a living wage and not providing comfortable living qnariara. He will plead-guilty to both of theae charges, and tell you that he has fcmt his best labor and even his ss on account of this, but win tell yon that it cannot be helped. The truth of the matter is that the average fanner does not recive an income from his farm commensurate with what ia recved by, men in other occnpationa with equal prqtaration, industry and,as much as possible. The best farmers say now that their greatest"'present need is organisation4>rganizion to secure the co- titm of ail aasopiated effdrt~an<r individual influence- on lielialf of a generally accepted plan or program for improving the community at.all points, and not' organizations for fighting other clasaea of people. Thve «,«fitnm» wtin pmiftt««to haliav * the. farmer, on account of hia isolation. year. Geoe.D. Baker Undertaker AND UCBN8ED BMBALMEB Lee Ave.. Near CL H.. MaMaaaa, Va. Prompt attention given i ordara: Prieea aa low aa good aarviea and atatarial wju Justify. MetaUc Cazried ia Stadu neap TWOr MANASSAS JOURNAL, MANASSAS, VBGNA FRDAY, DECEMBER * aelim shoah 6ii f anytuiig, }uat a he eaaaet htt* UbW he _ wol tetkya«gaonuit auab\ stiaers, OBLAVDO ntimtckuitcourt of Ftioee WQUaaa L«--wt than city aehoirfa- T-"' 1111 Yi i r ""ri'rilbbir *'" " yam can hardly speak the SngKah an-, Ce«gty, VfcrKJnia. what «hat»th>aetna ju«-t&* aietiml eomfitioast eanfiiiouit Most deman4>d demaniwi He wfltait that ha la goage csthn iwafce vo or thraii'tattea ler. John wrnaraom a imomi-vi{tbosmfr, Flaiatiff ol otir city ehildrea Me provided with receivlbg about-two or three tttiea M «a sraeh par daj aa the average fanner Saturday morning and died Sunday 10SE8 SANET, Defendant: this neighborhood, waa paralysed on ifiaii hiffh acsoola And w«u~&«lmtf much for bis*product! as hedia prior imtehw«.but axft pere«nt«r» of th«to the war, but wih tdl you tiiai he t ia tzua that tha fannern liava morning at Siloleek. He had been N CHANCERV farmer* of Virgiifi*, ib ordtr to give cannot afford to. pay two or three made mora in the laat two or three in failing health for aeveral months. The object of thia aoit ia to obtaia MaiodlSvP CM ando to Tvwii their cmdren equal adyntafea. have timea as much for his labor beeauaa ha years than they havfe ever done before, Ur. Peanoo was bom in Stafford for the plaintiff a vorce a vinculo Ut either to eend their children away has no guarantee of what the prices of but moat of them have made their county March 18,1844. He leaves his matrimonii upon the ground of deaar- and general relief, and from home at an early age or eell the his farm products will be at harvest money by working long hoora. The widow, two aoom and J several giand-tiott, affldavft ehildren. :_ Funeral servicea were conducted it was made Monday in the Orlando cemetery. Old King Winter aeems t«be giving us a good aample of his blustery nature, prering ua for what we.may expect laser ~~' ' Mr. Jesse Whetzel, of Washington, was a recmit visitor at the home of his paren, Mr. and Bfra. J. C. Whetzel. Gold Hidge School will close for the Christmaa vacation on Tuesday and having hfien fllnd that the said defendant, Moeef Raney, ia not a reaidaat of the State «f Virgima7a»l dofi application having been made for an order of publication againat said defendant, aa required by statute, it ia tqprfnr> f>r/i««h that fhn mrirt Mnsaa wiu saopen en Wednesday! Tjlnemhe 31. All patrons are urged by the and tiiat a copy of the same teacher to send tbeir ehildraa baidrnr?«be posted aa reqaired by the statute school on the date named. in such caaea made and provided, and Mra. Cora Lee Jones spent several published for four successive weeks in days during the week in Washington. the Manasaaa JontnaL > newspaper Mr. William Whitdw will leave in publiahed in the aforesaid county. a few days to cpend the holidays with GEO G. TYLER, Clerk. relativea in Baltimore. ACopy Teete: Msi Philip Patten l»wmtr\y ef 0> "== CEPrG. TVLKH, Clerkr~~ lahdo and now of Waahington, is spending several weeka in DatxoH, UCieh. NEW EXPRESS AND TRANS FER WAGOfS All dnds ef hanung at rtasonable prices. See me or phtmc C. M. littuii A Co. or tke tetophene office. 12 B. B. ROBNSON TRANSFER CO. Va. Ran appear'within fifteen days after publication of thia notice, and do what ia neceaaary to protect his interest, and that a copy of the same be mailed by the clerk of the aforesaid court -to said Mosea Raneyt his laat known residence, to-wit, Alexandria, f Have yoq erer had oar prlflw DB JOB WORK 7 n these dajra H la wefl to know ia adranee both the qaamty aiid*1ui<b coat. Aak THE JOURNAL. t t T FX)R MEN AND WOMEN oesy Sweaters, Room Slippers, Silk Wis, Handkei Bath Hobes, KimonaSyBeltSy Hand Bags, Suit Cases, Fearl Bead y Christmas Neekties $1.00 Ties, $.75 We astxomparisoii wi& an;.$lqo and $2.00tiesyM cai biy aiyiriere. Hmdreds to select fiml. Men's Belts 75t to~$2.00 BOUDORAPS THEY ARE BEAUTES AND MAKE A REASONABLE AQD SEN- MlUr. filft- 50crto$3.0e l/lillsmjndd ialllbicrulluld 500 Dozen Ladies' Crepe- de-chiiie 1 iamikctciiietim all ffie beaulif 111 colors. _ 2&xents te'w(hfefrlsi in Silk and Lisle. Hie best sock made. >Ukea a Tery aenmble ChriatinM C --:_- LialSO " Sk, 11M Ladies'Hani.F:ATHFgrSLK aad VEL THE NEW SHAPES. $1.00 to$&;00 *~ ClothingiDr Yen Bust wear yonr ou sot kner. Tkis sddnib Eke ''poor poficy cobbig frob a merdiant, bid it is a kd. jffldjbstexacffif yaia p comiokieiiiaiiit7w most kj> y<hi <>we it to yoiffsdf to ky strictly afl-wod peiee% tsokhftnl ganoenls and we offer ypo jost exactly fka class ef ckthiog in oir Hart, SdaftHir& Mail. Tky ay cost a littk irore, W tk arc worstipreat & Here, and we are kere to jrove it wiik satymtiei ir anevfankot My«ikate ever worn a Hart, Sdidnir faiwr f Twrkare wlrit 9 fmt yon "got wise" to ov oi saving proposilioi. BUY HER A FUR Siffi WLL LOCC-X We Know She Will Like a* - Gih Like 1% Silk Gowns, Silk Teddiet, $35.00 to $55.00 Blouse Silk CifflMiotei OtkrSnils$i7to$3a They are sore enofii aihmiot imitaticm ffpsonvfieparbnent Stores ' The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes "Gniittun Eros." skcqhm aw letdwr coats, Bade ii tke great nortkwost, wkere tkey knew how. Let ns shew yod the Merence. Copyright 1919, F t SdufEner k Marx X yc'siissfesjs3iislis iii"ii ;?3»J» Sa»Jf(J*s*?WM»'(SS«P!SSWfW

3 FRDAY, DECEMBER PAGE THREE EMabbad UiTr. UK. The Manassas journal Pabliflhad «v«ry fcuaxjv imifma PriUUiac C&. Bnterad at th«poatoffiee at Maaaaaaa VM ju aaeond-clua inafi mattv. 8iikacripti«m 1 tha yaar ia Adraaec Friday, December 19, 1919 TBB CHBJSTHAS Tha ninataaiith of Dacambar haa arrhrad, and juat around'lsc'comar <»> the calendar ia the faatival of Chriatlia Ghriatmaa apirit ia already here. t ia in the air. t ia in the abopa. t ia in the many bondlaa with which the.movine popolaca la laden aa it hurriea down tha atreet. t is tucked away in tha ener of a trunk oir ra- TK fruui atubt, iu wime aeeluded cloaet. ' t ia in the facea of happy children edgvt for the coming day. t ia in the wishful eyea of ragged -children whose very want has taught them boi>e. t is securely hidden Jn the heart of the world, and yet is so vibrant with life and light that its fires are radiat-! eyes of the world, each ray mingling-with kiiiawd rays ia aeparate hearts to spread th«chriatmaa joy! f you haven't begun to feel the Christmaa spirit, it ia time to. know the reason why. loosen up the shell -that binds yoar particular share of Joy- For the Christmas spirit is something which may be very- costly, it ia something that may be had without -cost in silver or gold: and yet ater all it is priceless. t is at once the spirit of joyl peace, sacrifice, love, hope and THE SNAKR..AT THE HEARTH The worst menace of this country at present is in our judgment, the on bolaneed "parl bolaheyik," whose delight in preaching class hatred is comparable with the delight-«f.«hildr«n playing with matches. With what probably seem to the colt the most laudable intentions in the world, there is danger that.a fire be started which cannot be controlled. The inequalities of social strata axe admitted, of course, for any fool can see that they arethwe: The tiling needed is sanity in dealing with them and sanity is - about the laatehsaaeteristh; thai can be predicted of the "parlor, bolshevik." Wlute r«7sets,mcyiiif mancbniis aa toilet sett, Statkttery; Candy, Nonris, Uggett's and Blacky Cigars and Cigarettes and Pipes. odab and Sapplies, Per- finne Foontaitt PCB Parker, TlienMs Botties and Lnncb Boxes, Edison Diamond Disc and Anberola, Guaranteed Robber Goods, (Mtnus Cards, Tags, Seals and Hofly Boies. jt f.only a few of our male and feimde agitators could be isouft \a "eho-.pathie wards, wh««-hey dearly be- mg, the world would be mfinitely better <rfr. LeweU Coarier-Citaen% America stands astoundied' at the revelation made by Acting Secretary of' War CroweU tljt if Mexico has twenty-four modem pursuit ianes it would have supremacy of the air should a clash eventuate between the two countries. And this is the result pt negligence and the stupidity of congnais in dea&ug vtb Ute-country's " air service: Think of the mihions.of dollan that have been spent on its upbuilding,_ and of the other millions that have been wasted. America was led \M belibvt tlat in the closing days of the frnilil iiiillii li lis iiji ssiulihl' compared very favorably with that of the other pewecs with Vrtaeh it was fighting. Now it is told that a paltry two dosen first-class machihes wiu give Mexico command at the air <R the border. f this be true, and there You Are Looking for wiu be Found in Dowetf s Christmas Selection of Don't forget you get ft vote with each cent's purchase till Christmas on Rexall Doll Contest. Doweirs Pharmacy THR WRTATJ. STORE MANASSAS. VRGNA Feeds! Feeds! Feeds! Hie heavy feeding season is near let as snifply your needs. We sdl only feeds of RECOGNZED SfERT. Ezclusire distributors for fodowinsr DARY FEEDS: UNON GRANS, LARRO DARY FEEDS, BG Q SCHUMACHER. EUEKA FEED. - : F YOU ARE N THE MARKET FOR Cotton Seed Meal whether in ton h>ts or car h>ts; ask for our quotations. fl We have i» hand at all times a complete stodc of feeds, inehiding fe «, MiddlingB, Molasses Horse Feeds, RoBed Oats and Cracked Corn, WUte Oats and Hay. -B-'ftBAagev-Beef SewjgJCTBldi Feed.-LaBg Mash, QystiiT ShdHTGrfi. f SALT ad size bags, either fine, coarse or hntp roelb LOCAL AGENTS FOR BRDSELL WAGONS 8WJTS FERTLZERS - - Larkin-Dorrell Co., nc. QUOTATONS UPON REQUEST - J TflE UNVERSAL CAtt TheJlQcl livery Car:ia_piobaHy ooe <rf the most ii«ed ear* fax the busmen world. Therenoosareainiple: it»themo*tecbnomval motor car in tervice; it is the most dependable motor car in service; itis the most latisfactmy motor car in lervioe, because it is the regular Ford Chasns with just the kind of bod; you want. We can get tx build any kind of a.body you may desire, plain or fancy. t will multiply the volume of your business by doubfin yourt jleiiiuny. f dus were not soi the biggsst corporations in riis country woskl not ETiisini fleeb of FprgcBrtfiwdelivery purposes. \.xnie inu Let's go into details a little farther with you. You will find it a profitable investigatioi W.LMCCOY Authorized Sales and Senriee )-. - i Bwe than disgnwefn) it ia ertaibwl Bifhasoad Tiagea Mspatah Christmas again brings the opportnnity to every duuu, nilhodt on hia bank aeeoont, to hdp fiit «j[«ii«t* oar cionunon ~* "'fim, '' ' little Red Ooaa Cviarttnaa seals are s«rfd e>m>wita's" at a penny each and the total reeaipta wq be oaed to eradicate tabarcoloaia. Seals sold in Manassas MM! vieinitr wfflbdp in the Virginia campaign againat the diaeaae. ' LFE'S MRROR There are loyal haarta, there are irits brave. There an aoola that are pvre and troe; ~ Then give tr tbe warid tha ba«have, And the to you. Oiv«love, and love to your ifit wjll Have faith, aad a aowea af hearta will show Uteir fiuth in. your wotd aad deed. Give truth, and your gift wio be paid in kind. And honor will honor meet And a smila that ia aweet w31 eariy find A smile thatia jaat a» Fo life is the mirror of king and slave, Tis just what we are and do; Then give to the worid the best yon have, And the best will come back to you. -Madeline M. Bridges. ~-j hw Are KsarmmiBeoiJe la CToy eoauavsity who waat ta Thdr Good Judgment vnmtiib the sane *f "KDHONDS" wimi than is acsd of Spertadataad EDMONDS O P T C A 1 -«i«sjiffcjbfi8jis«ji! )OO< T Makns of SPBCTACUBB aad BTEGLASSBS SSt Fif toeirtk Seci WASHNGTON. D. C -Ow> ito SiMrcluka HoUl ATWirjajUJJlAffilNEH 11 U 111/ L MMPRODUCERS rv> YOU want more milt and craam? f so, you SKM feed EUREKA DARY RATON, the hicbest ia ciuafity and safest ta-tise,j fui -best results.. You aaay be froa Mtsseuri, but we ca» sbow yoo. Ask your feed dealer about EUREKA nod fm what yon have long be«i looldnf for. MANUFACTURED BY * THE VRGNA FEED AND MLLNG CORPORATON Lf ALEXANDRA, VRGNA!» MM OOHHHHB* MM OB n which we are living, requires that we exercise the uuiiufl otre incgnogay with our fiimmli! tlmjinpfa. TKP mnn wtyr i«f nnf Jcati ehilly looking after hb finances, will some day rue the day. We afe4'eady at ah times toastift you in any way possible to be< um unancid! financial cunuiuon. cunijitioii. We we ueiieve believe «- ACCOUNT tt * gwd ckdi n atrafagaice. THE NATONAL BANK OF MANASSAS llmbuik U Ssrvies»«4>»M$»M$»H(»M*«-»> -[ r i

4 PAffilKGHT THB MANijBAS JOURNAL, MANASSAS, VRGNA FKD \ V, DECEMBEK l;*. lv) Mrs. S. W. Bardgc ia jteanring from an attack of broadiitia. William MrB._ Carroll R PO1«B, 'who has been on the sick list, ia able to be oat. Mrs. D. A. ftee continues qnlto sick at her home in Grant avenue. The county board of supervisors will hold their monthly meeting at the ' ""'>'"Vft "T* "irfiiy, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.-Geeda, far. mer resideais of Mihsssas, have moved from Stnaborg to Alexandria. Messrs. Philip A. Lipscomb and Martin X Lynch hwe been appointed federal census enumerators for Manassas district. The Christmas entertainment of thp Pri..ihytri«Ti Sunday School will be held at the church on Tuesday evening, DecemlEr-SK The Sunday School of Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church will hold its Christmas service at e church on Friday evening, December 26. A iiihblin; uf the Mauaasas Agii. cultural High Stehopl Alnmnt Aasociation will be held at the home of Mia's Mary Lee Chapman on Monday even. ing at 8 o'clock. The Christmas service will be held at St Ann's Chaiiel at Nokesville next Sunlay morning at 11 o'clock, the rectk R*''- A. Stuart Gib. son, ofsclatinff. Mrs. Jacob L. Harrell entertained the Tuesday Night Bridge ClxA this week at her home in Weal atnet. JTfa«Christmas meeting will be entertaiae4 by Mrs. 0. D. Waters, Reports irom twenty-nve achooll heard from in the rat campaign show that 8,420 rats have been killed. t is reach tnre}v»-o.fifteen thousand. The Christmas meetinif _of the Bethlehem Good Housekfeepers'- Club will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at Roblay Cottage in Main street, with Mrs. B, T. H. Hodge as hostess. The Manassas High School has ketball quint will meet the Eastern High School from - wasnmgton,i>. y. in a game of basketball in Conner'i Hall tonight at'8 o'clock.' ThisiHromises to be artery fast game. Manaasas High School will close for the holidays today, 'with the usual program of Christmas songs by 'the students. Studies, will be resumed on the first Monday in January. The graded school wiq -dos On Tuesday, Mr. Cleveland Weeks' family uv seven hes moved out 6' the neighbor' hood, and Mr. Creel's family uv eight hes move4 -into the neighborhood,' leavin' a balance uv one t' the good. Uncle Josh's Buckland letter to the Fauquier Democrat. Mrs. Sae Ward,.of Aldie, wh«formerly lived near Sudley, has rented the farm of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Taylor, east of lor have rentedtbe neigbborinir ffrm of Mr. \V. W. Monroe. Mr. Mwiroe will spend the winter with them. A atereopticon lecture-was delivered at the Dixie Theatre Wednesday evening by a repreeentative of the American Conumifee." lor Amaniitn and Syrian Rrlret nnr the auspices of the Prinoo William eonnty eum mittee, of which_rey WeatsM)* Hutchison is chairman. Red Cro Christrau seals tave" been p'aced on Sale, at the county health nffio iinri ir. tja Hniy stores of ' HM Mniem at Gz»oe MetiMcUat Episcopal Choreh, South, on Sunday Bagil,riU. ipclua Chiiateb:; sic and a sermon by the paata-, Rev. Stevens. A winter picnic fut t>m pijfhrfii ff tlly Snniiny fiehool will be given from two to five on the afternoon of Friday, December 26, at *!.. Ojirfii,.] kjmuj, < M«lw «tt««t hury. The regular meeung of the Manassas farmers' union will be held at the Peoplea Bank tomorrow afternoon the tov,-n. 'School childrwi hcte imd i jllr>jfrederictc Ellison, of._gashin throughout the county are assisting in the sale. Miss E. H. Oaboam haa been reappointed county charge of the 1919 sale..mr. Bryan Gordon 'has rceetved an appointment in the'ilttemal revenue service and will leave immediately to establish headquartefirai TTunt ingt<in. W. Va. Mr Gordon h«j 'been in tb«amniriil ssiiiies ia -o«-iamister, Birs. L. R Pattie. inerton for a/ma»i»»\ TTig family will remain in Manassas fer tlie w&p ter. Robert P«7T6nnerty employed in Manassas by B. C. Cow>wt.n, was killed Friday near Petersburg while mohila H» wan in tk> wnpuy rt, ntonational Harvesttr Compss Mr. Pence daring h stay'.jb Mftnri MMM~ A few **" Sgft aba»--mb tuiwia whh his cousin. Rev. Edgar G. Pence. mmimmmmsbmssmsbssssm Mrs,.Berkeley Anderson bar ssne.ki Wayneaboro, Pa.,,for the winter. Mrs. J. N. Badger leaves tomorrow to spend.several months at Middle- Mrs. Ada Davis and Miss Emm* Lois Davis were Washington visitors; 'last week. at 2 o'clock. Among the business rfrs. A. E. Spies and Miss Frances 1 featoree will be the annual eleetien-efofficexa.. All '"f'"fll " * '"TT" to Spies were Washington Visitors on Sattirday. attend and farmers outside of the organizatifin. Ar«_Jnvited to be present Dr; Harold N. Geise, of Washington, and to offer their names fbr member-'tsras a~rtrant guest of Mr. an* Mr»!' ship. W. C. Wagner. The council of the town of Hemdon, at its meeting on Friday night, passed a cuiew law, providing thjtlpd all children under the age of stxtem»"?,r'i-"'nl>«" ajcnmnanied by parent or guardian, will not be allowed on the sti«e{s after'eight o'clock in'che evening in the winter months and -nine-o'clock -during the summer. Hemdon Observer... ix The young people of the town are preparing for holiday dances on the Friday aftr fihrietmbw and m New Year't night. Admission to the Christmas dance will be $3 and the admission fee to fke~new Yiniir dance ) bt proratod. A- six or sevenpiece Jam band is expected. nvitatioqs. may be obtained through Mr. Gilbert 0. Spiee, at C9Ck«'i Pharmacy. -TMr. Joseph Preston Lyon was the guest of honor at a surprise party given by Mrs. Lyon at their home in weat Manassas Wednesday' evening iq hoqor at hu birthday anniversary. Among (jie guests -were Mr, Leon's mother and brother, KFS. G. T. Lyon and Lieut George C. «]r6ti, both of WmihiTigtnTi; Dr anh fm W > Merchant, Mr. and Mrs. G. Raymond Ratcliffe and Mr. Leon WsterB. -Ahftnf.pu] -nnn iniiiixi for charit* ble purposes on Saturday when the ladies Of Cannon- Branch Church-«>. the Brethren held a sale in Conner's Hall. Among the sdics in charge werfe Mrs. J. J. Conner, Mrs. S. C. Harley, Mrs. E. E. BloOgh, Miss Mabel rley and Miss Fleta Kline. The sale consisted of needlework and-cookery offered by the members of the Ladies' Aid Sofciety, most of the fine iiewllewufk mvlng- been aceomplighed durmg the monthly sesqioaa of the so ciety. _ "x -Tie usual Christmas service will bo held at Trinity Episcopal Church on Christmas morning at 11 o'clock. A special musical program: will be rendered. Members of the congregation are invited to meet at the church Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock to decorate the church for tiie Chriatjuas service. Those who 'wfll furnish evergreens for the decorations are asked to hrinfthgtti n tim. fpi p mfifitltlg" Tuesday evening. The decorating will be supervised by Mira Maggie SmiUk, assisted bymrb,_janae R. Dorn ll «n Mrs. Stuart fi. Bevans, members of the Guild committee. "Rie Christmas entertainment for the Sunday School will be held on the Tuesday after LEWS-LARSON NUPTALS Miss Clara Larson, f Ashevie, N. C, and Mr. Beil S. Lewis, of Asheville, N. C, and Jacksonville, Fla;, were quietiy married-'tv A«h»gino i. December 10. Miss Larson was for nverly of Manassas and is the daujt«r of Mr and Mrs. Thnmos Larson; After the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Lewis eparfed for JaCkssHvUle, T»*f they will spend the winter wion ha, CATHARPN ton, visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. ElHaonv on Saaday:....' Mrs. A.M. Allison and daughters. Misses Beulah and Edmonia AHson, spent the week-end at New Baltimore. Many in this community are mt/ltafing from sev««colds. William WheclorT-of W«Uing. ton, spent Tuesday night at the home "SONGS OF LOVE AND WAST By Dr. H. M. ClkrkaM* 11.00, PoatimM AddrMB, THE JOURNAL,' Bfanaasu, Va. *TluU'«A JeV Mrs tk«whtmwrfmu kdkgrth* Mr. Winfleld Athey, of Welch, W. Va., recently visited Us parents, Mr. " Mrs. W. S. Athey. Miss Lillian V._Gilliiert is *ttendiiig g awtftm tff home ttemuuiifhtion agents at Blacksburg. Mrs. L. Frank Pattte and Miss Esther Warren Pattie were Washington visitors during the week. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Didlake will spend the holidays "with Mr. Didlake's rtslhtlvei in Kmg U8 ( ileen covaify. Mrs. D. J. Amngton, with hei" Un and jdauffhters, Paul, Mary Lee and Lu, ware W#fhj n vutors last wectc. Mrs. R. B. Larkln and Miss Muriel Larida spent the week-end la Watliington 'With Hfrs. LwUn'l il <»th«r, Mrs. A, J.-Adams.. Mr. J. W. To4d and Miss Grace Todd are spending some tame in Roi sell county with. Mr. Todd's iaot )«r, yrhq ha«been very UL., tiai Koiie Netson bas retnrtted from a ten Jays' vigil, lu WarrenUm, where she 'was the guest of' Mr. pd JCrs. Austin Or Weedon. Miss Andrev V. Drake. Red Crttss public health niirse, will spend the holidays at UM Luiuenear West Point, King and Queen county. Mr. C. A. Montgomery, county agent at Culpeper, who was recently appointed assistant state club agren, 'visited friends here dn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Raymond Biitcliffe, Master Jack Ratcliffe and little Miss Rose Ratcliffe wtct spend CliriseBas with Mr, Ratcliffe'S relatives at Dumfries. ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Speiden had as their guests ohv.sunday Mr. jind Mrs; C. Paul Nebon, of Huntington. W, Va., «nd Ml*. Jam E. Nelson, of Washington. Mrs..C. A. S. Hopkins and Miss; Margaret Temple Hopkins attended the cwicert of the. New Yoric sym-' phony orchestra in Washington dur-: ing the week. - ' Mr8..W.. dizerega_and her daugh- ter, Emily, of Aldie, were, recent Bests-pfTlcv. and llors 'Alexaiidr j Stuart Gibson at the rectocy on Bennett street.. T>r Ti F. Hough had as tlg guests during the week Mrs. Hough and their daughters, Mrs. BenjaiiUn L- Jcobson and MisB Marjorie Geire Hough, an of Washington. 9btee <» Wedneadajr. at tiie bride'k "The FLOWER of FLOURS" Accept NO SUBSTTUTE f your grocer will not furnish you, ad- :me us, andwe will «ee thai j?mt-get White Rose Flour t s GuManteed -ia Give Satisfaction How About Cotton Seed Jkal? " We Haye ftalso All Kinds of Dairyp Horse and Poultry Feeds Manassas Feed and Milling Co. B. LYNN ROBERTSON, Proprietor MANASSAS, VRGNA i Mrs... Anderson, of Catharpi\:i.j attended the marriage of her cousin, iliaa Thelma Pierson, adiich tookf After looking: aroniid town Santa Oaos has discovered the right yibif, and knows where he can procure his gqpplieg of -_ CHRSTMAS PRESENTS few these who are ezpeetii something extra this year. oa wtd a&re with htni when yon have hxdted over oar stock of home at Lortmi. Perfumes Perfume Atomizerg "Toltet Articles Toilet Sets BrushesT vory Goods Bngii Sets " Mkrors PifKW Cigar Humidors - Huyler's Candies Whitman Candies Miss Lucille Lenore Ste-vens, R«.ndolph-Macon Womui'sColege at"" Lynchburg, wiu spwtd the holidays nere witn her parent, Kev. ana~mii.' WiOiam Stavena, at the parsonage.. Mr. R,*. Whitmore, «member of the county health unit, will spend the holidays at his home in Portsmouth and will attend the Virglida healtii confecence at Richmond beginning December 29.. Mr. William H. Footeand son, of "Camp'HumpEnes, were guests of lift. Foote's sister, Mrs. D. R. Lewis, yesterday. Tey were accompanied home hy Ur. Focs '.mother, Mrs. William' Foote, who win be their guest for the belidoyik ~ k Mrs. R. C. Bock, of Washiacton, has returned.from Charlottesville, wbere she spent soote time at the home of her riatot, Mrs. E. L. Carroll, and is spending a few days her* with her' siatera, Mzs. B. A. EHa* oim Mn. Roberta yma. Mrs. QeForeot w«>u w», yt,. day to sfend the bolidayi with rokttivea at Greeawo9d. S. C. Rev., Mr. j Wade wid remain here nntfl Simday, immat findor idgkr-ls ebi lbs.) place at New Market "Far the llret- time in Loodouri's JMnMTa j*b 4«pu4iHlt. SM Wade in Greenwood. He wib be! history no real estate will this year be away about tm days. advertised for sale on account of delinquent V wvit aikl g«t Mr fwutioh j taxes.," says a news dispatch OB csrdb, ctur htmia, itewmtnta, Senator Carter Glaoa is expected to i from Leesbur«r. "This speaks very finish out Ms year B> licod at the eiit«lop«s, sale bills, pra- United States Treasury on December i hil'mly for the administration of our.nt.ry affairs entrusted to sir. John 15, before being sworn in as a Vir-1...ii vrhr his year retires from the grams, -.-. ( ' for when he entercatak>g8, etc High '. : ere were abou! 200 grr&de printing in one or two eel*,>crtv listed on the delinors. Satisfartjon ik'uaranie«d. Try -:- 'Prixtnen Loes thrv -wiv ' and-nnaieco«b other things, and especially the craze of the seavm 0OUA BOARDS whidt tele airtlunira ot tne past, nreseat anii futnwflyou ARE CORDALLY NVTED TO COME N AND NSPECT OCR LNE AND REaffiMBBjt DQ-YO«r,miBgPftfAR nnot PNG EARLY AND DONT WAT FOR THE LAST DAY. f PHONE US YOUR ORDERS AND WE WLL DOTHE RESTT f TN.EX-CO" FOR THAT COUGH S5c PER BOTTLE. Jlocke's Pharmacy GEORGE B. COCKS, Proprietor isti'ai.' ginia member of the United States Senate. "is'te! "WE PLL nibscrptons" aiki.: MANASSAS, TSGNU."iiTSiTliiniii i;» ' T ' r» \ XT -p (O'JJ' L".L-,' r ;.ThHi=;

5 r l»f* -#- MUDAY, PECiaaBER 1», 1919 BUSNESS riri QciM a Uife Jffiit LOCASl am in the market for 25 thoroughbred mature pullets; also for winter board for 6 head of younff stock., J. a. Dodge Masda lamps in three sizes for Deleo and other home lighting plants. Prince William Hiarmacy. 30 Lost Double-barrel hammer- 4e*a shot gun in road from my machine between Catholic nstitute and Gainesville, or possibly on the pld pike within a mile of Gainesville. FindJsr pleksenoti fy me and ivill call for same and pay for their trouble. W, K Harris, Bristow, Va. 80-2* Buy that Qiristmas box oi candy at the Sanitary Lunch., JWel 4 Dayif-tge always ready to serve you For Sale 7-year-old mare,.very gentle and a good worker. Good Christmas gift for a family pet. Dayton spring wagon. nmost new, with flat top and side curtains and hanjess. Canopy-top surrey and harness. Come quick for bargain. S. T. Hall Furniture Store, Blanassas, Va Wanted Reliable white woman as working housekeeper $22 per month. Ella W. Garth. Manassas, 4Za. 30-? High bred grade Holsteins for sale. Cash or on time. Jno. J. Davies.. See H. Thornton Davies. Bam onr Portner avenue for rent. Mrs. E. Wood Weir Ford roadster for sale. H. W. Sanders. 29F-tf Campfire Marshmallows are delicious; 25c per box at Prince William Pharmacy Wanted Colored man and family; house, lirewood, acre f groujhl and-f40 per month. Only man who understanda f aym work need apply. R> B. Wagoner. Ma nacas, Va CUT OUT THE PROFTEER! A. 10 per cent discount on any Watch of similar grade advertised in any Mail Order Catalogue. Write for ibices. -W. S. Smoot & Co., 202 7th St., S. W., Washington, D. C,'. -25-tf jaartha Washingtwi candies sold exclusively at Sanitary Lunch." Why buy standard oyster* when selects CM be'bought at the same price at Sanitary: nith'c- Lunch? H. Ehner Metz, Propri- lilt'n 0 etor, -ffi-* 1 have purchased wood working machinery and am prepared to do allsorts of shop work. J. R. Evans. Bay 4riving"mwre fog 4ttle. R. R. Buckley, Oiftbn Station, Vfc* leoai hafth Qteur possesion araluable i>iaek, white and tan beagle hound owned by Edw. M. Cave, Gainesville, Va., who will pay reward for return of same. This hound was bouet from Juhu Chapiuau» of Manan sas, about a month ago Help wanted at once in village home jspomaible woman; reference required and given. Address F. M. C, Box 243, Hemdon, Va. 81-1* Two or three furnished rooms for rent. Mrs. Emily T. Lawler, Main''street. si-i Two stray colts at Sudley Farm. s.j Standard bred- Rhode sland Red cockerels fbr.sle. W. D. KUne, R n the aerk'g OiBce of the Circuit Court of the County ef Prince WiUimm, on the 17th day of December, JANE LAMBERT SMTH, PUintiff -*»- JOHN SMTH, Defendant ~~~ N CHANCERY The object of twe suit 4a to obtain for the Plaintiff divorce a Tinculo matrimonii from the Defendant on the ground of adultery and cruelty, and for general relief. And affidavit having been made a&d filed, at required by law, that the defendant in the above entitled cause is a non-resident of the State - of Virginia; 4ind an application for this order of publication, setting forth that the-last knawn place of.abode ox ad>dress of the dendant is 713 Soiitii Green Street, Baltimore, Maryland, liaviiig b<!en made tn wrlufl(; ana duly granted by the Clerk ot this CouEt. _ t is therefore orderwi that the tfaid defendant-»9photo' withiiifitteen days.after due pioblieatioit'hereof, and dp what is necessary to -protect his Jinterests in.ttus suie! ; ' ~ " is further ordered that'a oapy of order be isubliphed once a wfeek for. four successive weeks in the.manassas Journal, a neiwspaper printed and published intiie"counljr of Prince William, Virginia; "that a copy be sent by registered mail by the Qerk of this Court, "addressed to the said John Smith at 713 South GreTri Street,. Baltimore, Maryland,.and'a copy jkmted at the front door ofjihe courthoosie of this comity, by the said Clierk, on or bcforo the neat eneeceding'rale-bay after this order is entiered.' GEORdE G. TYLER, Clerk. A Copy Teste: ;. GEORGE G. TYLER, Oerk. Robt. A. Hutchison, p,.q LET US SEND YOU (MJt STYLE BOOK OF THE SEASONS SHOE FASHONS showing the etchiatve and distinctive featares worn by vthe'prftciiuu-reaaers. ' ' Baying fooiwcfo' by atail is made ~mb~ua4~ WtJHfacty. Wtaed EMMWO white 6i gl,0oo, liubitkt fw CASH. cross ties. See us and get priafe. JLl*nch & CoT" 2S-ff Write we what yoa have.- Coi <tove for sale, base humer in good condition. May be seen at Journal o See. Cheap at Nvrwac! -- On accovat of.the death of my brother, Rev..T. W. ManafieM, who made his home with S. T. Hall and family, Manassas, Va., and worked a latge territory as 'picture enlarging agent, and by request in his last will - am authorized as his administrator but my position as flagman on South' em raihrit» ttihu 9*>na 10 ptbvgnu me from visiting his customers, any- 6n a»vlbg Vetl a ptetort mltb Mm, ui due money to him or having account against him, pleaae coma or Write to S. T. Hall, Furniture Store, Manaaaas, Va., f<» settlement J. W. MANSFELD, Manassas, Va 90 AdminiatraiM- of T. W. Mansfield. Comemaii} Our drisbias Candies The P«es Wifl Please You at THE SANTARY LUNCHi m-f 1001 F. Street, Comer Ttsaih, Washington, D. C. BONDS BOUGHT! rieti»y or Liberty Bon any sue, any deooainntioii (50 to HAddrcas P. rentfln,-ya. a Box 437, Wut- S-tf Amnal StoddMUers' Mactia«! "To the StocUtoMen of lim!>'.pedirfnr Nioiial Bank Ftese tdke notice that the anasal meeting of the stockbcmers ot the Peoples National Bank ot Manassas, Virginia, will be held at its banking hoow in.the town of Manassas, Va., olpwsjwy; January 13, 1920, a( 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing directors and for the transaction of any other business that may prop- erly come before the meeting. G. R.A.YMOND RATCLFFE, December 12, Cashier DOG SA BS 13 UTXS Froi Ye i Fowled hi Btaaken. Pet Vmttit, Vaak H AaiMMre: The passangers and crew of the coastal steamer Ethie, numbering 92 persons, were farought ashore on a life line which was run te the land fim the ship hy a NswfoBwdlsnd dog. after their vessel piled Qp on fartin's Point, N.F., _ Boats could not make the haazardous passage from the stranded steamer. An effort to shoot the line ashore failed whwi it became caught Men did not dare attempt the trip through the waters, and so the dog was put ovwboard. Directed by officers of the Ethie, the intelligent anilnal succeeded in releasing the rope and holding it tightly in his teeth, fought his way through the breakers to the shore. With block and tackle the Ethie's crew, aided by fishermen on the shore, rigged a life saving device, usitag a boatswain's chair for a carrier. One by one in this- ehair 91 of the 92 persons aboard wen safely hauled to shore. A.baby, 18 months old, was pulled ashere in a mail bag. The Ethia, which had been engaged. ff-th?:: ital sen ice between Om.!- ing and-labrador porta, went aground last Wednesday, during a gale, while bound south. The wreck was not reported here until the shipwrecke4 passengers and crew arrived from Bonne Bay, all wires having g«hie down in the storm. LGHTNERBURGESS n Washington December 3, 1919, Mr. Louis W. Lightner and Miss Estette J. Burgess were married by the Rev. Dr. Johnson, of Grace Baptist Church. The wedding party consisted of the bride and groom, accom XliiiA bythe glgtcr and aunt of Uie bride, Misa Virginia Burgess and Mrs. G. H. Field, who moto across the c(kmtary,-aniving ia Wategttm about 1:30 o'clock, where they were met fay Lieut..Gordon dghtaer and Miss Gretna Boswell of that citys They ;then 'prdb«ede<i to the' parsonage, where the knot s tied Uy the Rev. Dr. Johnson, of Grace Baptist Church, after' which tibe entire party -jeas entertained ' at, diniier at he Willard by the groom..the tllide n a j)ret little blonde with Uu eyes "and golden hair, and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Winter Burgess. She was attired in a traveling suit of blue silvertone with hat, gloves and shoes t6 matc.h.. After a "short " stay in the Sapitaf city they left for. Baltimore and other plnijos and will be at home at Haymarket, Va., after De cember.l5th. The wedding preseiits were quite numerous atad handsome induding silver, cut gla, gold coin from Mr. Gordon Lightner, U. S. N., and a thousand dollar liberty Bond from Cr. G. H. Field,,onde of tiie bnde. Warrenton Times. " ~ DKATH OF W. FRANK GAKRKTT Mr. W-' Prank Garrett, head of an insurance company in lwsbiug, died of apoplexy on December 6 in the Londoifa- National Bank. He liad been eccretary of the Leeabqrg Horag, Show Association, since its formation in 1901,- was secretary of the Virginia Horse Show AssociatiMi and an officer in the state association -of fire insurance agents, e was fifty-four yean old and is aurrived by his wife and one daughter. Mi Catherine Garrett; four brothers, Mr. John D XzaiC tt _Fairfax countyt Hr. -Ediiin. E. Garrett, LeeaForg; " ~ Garrett, -Waahington; «aitet Mra. Harry CSiamblin, Leesbnrg, Mrs. Boah, West Viiigiaia. Baby Fiagerpriirta Are Art. Justice Bobitsek has decided.in the Bronx municiil court that baby fin-" gerprinta on wallpaper are a form. of mural decoration and anything but vandalism. He therefore dismissed an' action to recover $160- brought by Mrs. Mary Donnelly of the Bronx! against Thomas Gaorghan, a former i tenant, whose baby had left nnger marka. on Mrs. Donnelly's wallpaper. This wmld be a Happier woria to live in,"., said Justice Bobitsek, "if fhigcrs wonw only' makr-tialr iprint OS the hearte of men and wo-1 would rather see the prnt al baby fingers on the walls of my bouse! aee tbeittr adorned with Utt TH0ROU6HFABB Mia. W. G.'Oewe spent t&e weekit.- Oififlci withi Jwr aoo. sad dgfater-ia-law, Mr. «id Mi». A. W. ewe. _ Misa Jaae -Dolany q>ent~satbiday. Mr. Sorris Shelton, of "LaGranga," 18 spending aome timt in Waahington. Mr. T. J. Chew, of Baltimore, is spending a few days at his home hers. Mrs. J. W. Dunbar, of <)nantico, was a neijfhborhood visitor recently. Mr. R. C. Rambo has returned to his home in Alexandria.. Aeeording to statisties recently comihled hf Dr E. G. Williams, Virginia state commissioner of health, METZ & DAVS one out of every eight of Virginia's population dies of tuberculosis in some form Over persons in ni?1 an<? worth it tnts ftate - <'ii of Tiihemilosis during The Jtnimai S and worth tt CTjr--' J-Oiitil-mH' :'»-.-*-:ir*b!tl!-':< jqf MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOA' AND BOYS' SUTS PAGE'FTVE h going throo our stock we fiad that we are overstocked OB abote-mentioiied goods and as the time for tatim stock ~. k drawibg near we-are going tn offer these* - goods at peatly reduced prices: 25 Men's Orercoats, - - $30.00 Vahes $ Boys' Qyerwrts, $12 Vahes $8.75 About 20 Boys' Suits, - $18.00 Vatues $16.00 About 20 Boys' Suits, - $12.00 VahieslO.OO About 20 Boys'Suits, - $10.00 Vahies $8.50 All new goods and new styles. This class of modiaiidise is no cheaper, but j to carry them over. Now is dw toae to h»yfor Ais seasob daama- ~ Coimer BfliMing Maaass JSrgiiua..NEAR... Co. Wellington, VsL COMWCN&tNQ AT TCN O'OLOOK, A. M. Having engaged in other biuiny dnyl have the follovring property for sale at auction on the above-named date, at the Crstfxn fumrij 1 k mslea north of Wellinytnti; Two horses, cow, 3 heifers, calf, ploiwalking two-horse cultivator, seven»tooth cultivator, springtooth harrow, set of iron-tubing doubletj'ees, set wagon harness, set light double harness, both in good condition; four horse couars in good condition, two never used; BirdseD two-horse wagon, 5-h. p. Galloway wood-sawing Outfit, No. 12 DeLaval creafir sarator, about four tons good clover hayv'75 shocks fodm h tonslhne in paper sacks, about 25 burnbgoodcorii fiut other things too numerous to mention. TERMS: Sums of $10 and under, cash; over that amount a credit of nine mohths will be given, the purchaser execut ing interest bearing, negotiable note with approved security, payable at the National Bank of Manassas. Cr Br RO L *J

6 'm. ". i&mtm sistmm LUTHBKAN B«thel Tintfc :imi fihiifilnj Bay m gar Z. Pene«i-p«8tor. Sunday School at 10 a.. Preaching at 7:80 p. m. PRBSBTBRAN Manassag Fnyterlan Chnreh, Rev. DeForest Wad*, Paator. ' Sunday SchooLat 104 m. _, 11:00 a. m. Sabi«rt, "Gotl'i UBupaalmbU Ctfti" 7:30 p. m. 3abj«"The Tint Worshipers." EPSCOPAL ""~ Trinity Epiacopal Chureh,. luv A. Stuart Gibson, Raptor. Sunday School at 10 o'efockv m. "' Service first, aacond and ilo'urtb Sunday at 11 a. m.; every Sunday at 7:30 p. m. St. Ann's Memorial Chapali Nokaaville. Service first Sunday at 8 p. m.f third Sunday at 11 a. m. BAPTST Manassas Baptist Chureh, Her. T. D. D. Clark, paator. Sunday Sunday School, 0.46 a. m.; morning service, 11 o'clock; B. Y. P. U., 6:45; evening aervicfi at 7:30. Wednesday Prayer i-.m p. m. meatfa>g at REV BARNETT GRUSLBY*S AP- Broad Run, second and fourth Sundays, H a. m'. Hatchers Memorial, second Sunday, 8:30 p. m.; fourth Sunday, 8 p, m.; fifth Sunday, 11 a. m. Oak Dale, third Sunday, 11 a. m., and first Sunday, 8:0l0 p. m. Auburn, first Sunday, 11 a. m., and third Sunday 8:00 p. l6. CATHOLC. All Saints' Catholic Church, Man- Father William Gill, paator. powvs or not BOOK OP BOOKB Daly Book tai Bdatfae* That Never Crrowa Oat of kite.!lmoze and more it U realized that the Bible U the only book in the world which can be applied to all «-i««ail eoniitioiilkni'»u iimi»,--ii~ the NeauYorkiiatald. y Written and cnrrir piled thouaanda of years ago, when the world was in its infancy and when ' humanity waa gropint ita way out al tke darkness into th«light, ita won' darful,iim)igea, tta inspiriag atoriea and ita uplifting-spiritttauty make it as valuable an agent of citiliaataen and as powerful k factor in the uplift of humanity as ever it waa. n ffict, the Bible is found to be the best known guide for social pxop«aa> far poliheal construction and for industrial paaee. ta usff«lneaa does not atop here. t is now employed to teach tfce laasona of patriotism and to inculcate the spirit of Americaniam. "On street comers the story of tiie Bib)e and the deeds of its. leading charaatais are told in the aimpleaii an- jguage. Crowds Ksten to the tale of David conquering Goliath, Goliath being the bad Bolshevist and David the symbol of law and order. The story of Ruth gleaning in the fields becomes the farmwette, symboliaay the idea of service and thrift. The result haa been to draw to community centers unrt gmnp gatheringe on the atrcet comers those who unconsciously absorb good citizenship and pure Am«ricanism. "Thus is demonstrated that the Bi ble is the only bo9k in;existeqee that nver growa out of date, never loaes its sirnificance or power, never be-- comes stale. t is the bruge whieh may calry the nations of the world to safety." - ' HATHARKET There will be a Chriatmit'n iu»rvit-p. at Mass at 7:30 a. m.,:first, third and St: Luke's Chapel,-Biickland, at :30 fifth Sundays. Second and fourth o ctock on Christmas eve. The services at.st. Paul's oa Christmas day Sundays at 10:30 a. m., followed by benediction of tub Blessed Sacnunent. mil; be Holy Communion at T a. m. On the fii-gt Sunday o..e[v«y &i<ni& an HoTy' Communion at 11 a.,m. At special devotion in hobog Of U» 8a-]lioou on Friday, the 26th, the uso cred Heart of Jesus. METHODST M. E. Church, South, Bsv. William Stevens, pastor. _ Manassas Sunday School at 9:46. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:80 p. A. Subject, "The Hmi«a nf nt" f-*, \l Miss Lucille Hixson. Prayer meeting WednesdS7~Kt TrSCT p. m. Preaching first BifA third flnndays at Bradley nt 3 p. mr Preaching at BockhaQ fourth Sundays at 3 p. n second and CHURCH OF TBE BRSraiaN Rev. E. E. Blough, pastor; Bev. J. M, Kline, assistant. Cannon Branch Sunday School.at 10 a.m. Christmas celebration for the Sunday School will be held at Grace Chapel, Hickory Grove. The date of the Sunday Scho<rf celebration of St Paul's Church has not yet been decided vqn Mrs. A. R. G. Bass lias returned from a week's visit to Washmgtoo. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Clarioson and Preaching first and thin, B a n l " : : :. - at 11 a. m. Christian Workers-at 8 p. m. Bradley Sunday School at''10 a. m. Preaching second and fourth Sondays at 11 a. m. PRMTVE BAPTST Primitive S. Dalton, pastor. Ser\'ices every foditii Sunday, at 11 f-j a. m. and the Satecdaj-BBPiac at 2:30 p. m. UNTED BRETHREN. KcT L. C. Messiok's afpeiatieas follow:._. ' Manassas Firsiaad turd Sundays, T:.30 p. m. Second and fentit days, 11 a. m. Buckhall First and third~toadayb, 3 pm, Aden Second and CMrtii Simdpa, 3 p. m. Midland First and tiim SodajB, 11 a. m. '' ' ' Electrical'leeds Anytitinx j wail ii the inf «i eledrkal eapaat ailkt M, toastm, inn «M At mak 94»- (tale fjfteif feww. - Onr wiriof ui Tfrtililiti it h (ores is apprard by ihtjnri if G LmJerwriters. Ad JM iaat km to y a kig price fir Mr fiti work. Leti»0n jm MtiiMit L. ROSENBERGCR MAWASSaS. VRGN!* Vpassas Transfer Co., W. S. ATHrr,~Prrtalaf.~' -.Sa?)iragc, Panritim sat air -f nnerchandiaa or othsr eenaasi rrotnptl; traaafsrf*! or dall*sfs<, R, L. F. HOUGH DENTST Office M. L C. Building; Manassas Virginia eaassaasssssssss» >»> The Journal $1 and wortk it >e»a>s»s>v»a*»t»»>»ss» ittlihnya spant.simrtay with Mr,v MrS.,C. p. a. fn«rlr««t. Mn. H. H. DePanw, Miss M Lee Meade and Mr. R. A. Bfeade were Washiiton visitors this week. Miss Mary Anne Tyla-, of WMKT ington, will spend the holidays af her home here. - Rev. T. M. Browne spent several days, in Baltimore this week. The Haymarket correspondent will.be glad to have news items at all timea and particularly for the Christmas The school children have found ready sale for the little Red Cress Cliristmas seals, havnig aoid their quota of 600 in two days. Miss Mary E. Scott will leave-wi Tuesday to spend the holidays at her home.tn Amiherst. There will be oervieoa at the Bap-- tist Church on Cluistmas day at 3 p. m. The Siaia&y> Scbetfl Mliatitm and tree will be held at 7. o'clock on Friday evening. NPgPEWmSWT HLE" The farmers' union local held its mmtuy- Wrii,lti,.». ab night, at which.time Connty Agent W. L. Browmag bers. Vr, Kowning's talk was akmg the line of eo-operatioa and what (lie farmers' organiaafion eoold be made to mean and abeold mean to the eomwanityi!10nly thtoagh wgaaiaauuu- wittr the right spirit behind it." said Mr Browning, "can the greateat resslta b«a movement to start a liome indua-.tz7 in. the form of a eaminv factory was pot on foot and will b«fnrtber diamsaed at the next meetibg. The Unioh Sunday School will have a ChristmM tne at the kail on Foday evening after Christmaa, beginning at 7:30 owock. An oyster supper will be given at the hall on the evemng- of- Satinday, Dwwmber 27, by Highland Lodga, ndependent Order of Odd Fellows. OR. FAHRNEY HAGERSTOWN, MD. AiAeNeSTiCAli Specklot in Qroeic DiKaaet Acute diseases get wefl ai them»eke» or funiittocitfonic ionm. There t< alwayrr net et wejl mrta tne caoseitmnoved CauMsadtfectaitbe great Uw d nature. You know the efect -6nd l!lr cause. Send me your name and addcc ird let me ttu( your CMC. Cooadtatiite Free The Joanial and worth it a. 7«ar ic«.:. iimute >.; '-mr-'me fassas JQUKNALj ANASSAR YRGLVA FKDAV. 'ECtMBER ly, H» Aitir yott tatr-wv* tliir a? FarSaTStoM mssiss> Acid-Stoinach.iii'.w* ui vtaua «r w» wd nfaa4 ammm. >U obd srt bis box todar. To* vo pm, 84 W, F. powell, Manaaaaa. Va, TWENTY* FOUR HOUR FARM HAHD FOR YOU > 86 Autiiaiaiic flpkh Pow«r and ReguUtor t Makes The BaXttry Because the charging process is r[ulated and fully controlled. by the automatic iqiulalur.. ;~ t is simple, is ituabte and can be depended upon to run *t all times Let us tell jrou mdie about tbisoutfit T'TLrTPLLOggr Agwit. Manassas, Va. HOPWOOD'S POPULAR PRCE FURNTURE ND STOVE STORE.. 8th and 1 SfrertsJUl Washnin, D. C Everytliing Gocxi to Eal My line.emtwacea Stapt and Fancy Groeories Qaeware, llilsfid Enamdware D.J. APR NGTON MANASSAS, >: V«CN1A JANES B; COLE in>b>ba«nt SUr-VAr FUNERAL DREeTOR AND UCENSED RMHAJiKH UFT tlkk ykatumm RlflfrOKKU mmi CaakaSa e«all Parshed Aay 1 KXASOMABLS PUOB DBALBR Of ALL KNDS HASBLB V. V, GLLUM- \ - DENTST \ Office Hibbs 4 Giddinxs - - Building - Virsiiii* f you really want the NEWS of the county The Journal wid give it to you every week for a year for one dollar, in advance. s>s<»»»»*s»» >» 'THE BUSY CORNER" PENNA.A/LAT 8 TH.ST. Opa 9:15 A. 1. WASHNGTON, D. C. OmtMf. Of n Good Quality and Sityle SECURE ONE OF THESE At$35=fl0439J5, $45.fla f loosback Cdats, in Pekin bbe, Belport Polo Cbb made with shawl col- * lai; belted m front At the same pria are coats of silvertone, belted all iironnd,inlt length coats, irtrown, latjmud randc«r7 Good OC AA range of sizes at... / «K)*UU Newr Coab of Broaddoth, in ben and loose-hack styles, also similar Horse, Daily, Hog and Poultry Feeds We are now in a position to supply trade with Horse, Dairy, Hog and- idtry Feedsjso Flour, Meal, Hay. Get the habit of dropping in the old warehouse on Center sfa-eet you all placigiantf your Tisit 'will always be aireciated. f you find it-< impossible for you to get in just drop us a card and your order or inquiry will receiibbikhblifmimt-at- _ tention. snlherii&fe fci;.' siikii. fcjf!fcjfiit.r k y?-

7 JAtt. -iiu.«j 'W- FRDAY, DECEMSR U, Mt THE MANASSAS JOUSMAi VBHNA. / " Cleaners and Dyers Parcdjt*<Mjt Jjyvice Bj way of suggeftion we aipeiid «partial lut which illustratm the tfoad scope of -our sorvice. Eirt Branches, with phone «""*«'«*n \jtt ii» Vfiff** how we can «rv9 you. Sdlr- DreHM -Vate- 5iire«rfi Cssti iitmg 6«m UCTM Ms Mmm FucrToli TM SMbuJackds Etc, &c Cittt f«sweakn Sakb litftt EkEk. FM-AtHMK rtrimfm hactl. JpMwrtt PlsirCsrm vssqrvvran~ T«U»CM«Ksket AiisCtmi QUALTY WORK QUCK SERVCE The Hoffman Company, nc. EXPERT CLEAMEMLAND DYERS Oice, 735 SA SL. N. W Washington, D. C. Get Our Prices on Meats 0 o o o O Come in and give us a call Before you buy get our prices on tneats and groceries of all kinds. Bring us your eggs, butter, hogs, calves, Ac We pir the highest prices fr country produce, cash or trade. We are carrying everything for ChrntrnKS-ratiins, currants, citron, cocoanuts, nuti'cuidies, oranges, bananas, cranberries, celery, etc Do not forget the good meats we~ handle, that always satisfy. Every Saturday a reduced pried on different cuts of meat WATCH FOR THEM. : vie'reolas Hie name means ALL. t is made by the Victor Talking Machine Co. Don't be deceived by some oth«r not all Cabinet lilachines are lctrolas. Let me sfinr you. Give me year order fw BeiBMds. baveaosmte sted ad tiie time. A Httle advance b price. GVE ME A CALL. Watcb Reinirmg and Fritiiig ot Glasses. D. WENRC JEWELRY STORE H\ MANASSAS. VA. tixinsmusssislsisistsis Knock OUH.C.L f We now this d scoot is a liard down, for the eatingjrot,lfm am.dlkj uwits hssbeoia hard one tmrivs.. J[Jlaiijrcfid CiistwcJbavear«me4y- W*: wmdd Hlie to talk the auttcr ever with yoo.. We always have on hand good parts 4" the beef that can be osed in so many Ulstahit ways by wise housewlimt For example. Hamburger steak, croqaetiib bshfdsnsaadpoddfaics. Thsse can be had at very msdest prices. Wc woald be vsiy plsaatl to go ever tim atter with jmrmarww wttiryvm? Saunders' Meat Market -wrsr V\te-fim. Gee. & WarfteM. First National Bank 'H, SAWTAUT WAr ilmisflraflugbliu Rector & Coa HAYMARKET, VA. UNDERTAKERS ALEXANDRA. YA. DESGNATED DEPOSTTORT OF THE UNTED STATES CapiUl fm,0«o.m Sorpia«.nd Pro«u szoa.oocm Prompt and satisfactory Prom at attcotion (rivea to all basi-. u. \ t r dmg coliectmw. throoghoei c. Hears* furnished for im. QiUHi Statcaaad JBoropt..,iV.ay reamimlalr ''tnnrri '- MLUONSASKE& vukmuubmus >!XHilftliQaJKiU Sttk $2Mm- MO for Law Enforecm«pt and World-WMe Aim. This artiel* ia publi*h«d at th* - quest of the Anti-Saloon Leagtie of Virpnia. The state ozanisatiob will jmferv tu WSniU' H luv January to raiae $26,000,000. Preparations are being made in ev' ery town and county in the state for Virginia's part n the great nation»gda drive whiel ia tfl «r'~ T*i"""r 000 to cope with the two paramount probltim <tf the age. Campaign has followed on the heeto of dsmpaigb'-wltb "brassing wiltbehf' during the past two years. The American people, without doubt the moat generonii on earth, have responded to every appeal for aid with an ahnoat prodigal lavishness. War workers, slain workers and those Nrhose mission is to carry material aid direct to suffering humanity hstfi (togflbfip into th«i rharitshle cat fers of the nation. DenominatiMUtl drives have followed these general appeals with a <>ire«t iinihrt t>i«wiam. bers of almost every dioreh. Every drive has been successful, tjie American people have met every demand on their nnselflshness, but thyy are now grumbling. Bfany men yao have given steadily for two years have promised themselves to be more discriminate in the future. ~ Coming at tiiis ebb tide of the w(wderfnl flow "of giving which. has not -weakened for oyer two years, a campaign for funds must carry an appeal BO general in its scope, so convincing in its ngif «to silence all mticism before it is voiced. That is what the national drive of the Anti-Saloon Licague of America does. The wortbiiiess of its purposes cannot be doubted by any good citimd of any creed, denomination, sect or political affiliations. t is the great American drive. ts two-fold purpose is, first, law enforcement; siecond, world-wide prohibition. The only possible opponents of the fint 9xe.JBolsbeviata, anarohiots.and. W. W's. By a systematic; educational eampaigii the league hopes to elimi- -a t»-&o«-e(n«etieebl-iifie tiie eie- ments which seek, to destroy it. The necessity for this work has not only ietii recognized by every thinking man it has been officially appireved b! congress. By,a full explanation of onr laws and the rwons for their existuice the non-english speaking masses will be brought to A ms*> complete understanding of onr government and. a <;leser sympathy with onr ideids. The work will'be carried on in the most efficient mannerv Foreigners who are ignorant of onr language and c<mse<iaentiy of our traditions will be schooled in the laws and the reasons for making those laws. Oies of the most'imt>ortant rad'wide dregnsed laws wul be prints in every language and distributed among the masses. ( The second purpose, a no less worthy and appealing cause to these who have reaped the_bents of the EM p«nty which followed the disappearing 'saloon, is w«(rld-wide prtmbition. Representatives of the war-ravaged nati(ms of Europe the weaker republics of South Anieriea and the stmggling peoples of. the Orfamt nm/i «direct and urgent appeal to America \ the World Congress Against Ateo holism in Washington forflnancial assistaaee in their desperate ort to rid their oatiaaa omba fovoe which is sapping their vitauty. The campaign is Just starting and j>romiacftt men of every 'e«bma iity are sroifering th encrgetie asaistance to the league. Bosineas men realise the necessity of, an organised (rffort to-eombat Bolshe-' viam in order to protect their ow» interests as weu as those of tl»e sute and ualwb.' TH* maaner "at" wfcieh ; they are wwkins to aiake the drive soceeasfnl is snaciebt indicatieo of the ultimate Sore, success of the paign. lunfdrd THC. VTHOLESOHC- BAKNG- L k for iha lijt potail "tixt n TH Th» eiwder wmi n - food TakM* X hof il fodacf The Joomal doe* not misrepresent its circnlation in order td secure advertising. We have the largest eifcalatioti of any newspaper pabliahed ia Prince William county. Oar circnlation : over Books open to ad- CmmaJaar*»nld9r»ry- - WAT«in»oi0ntiteaL]r-»mm)»d paek*gm» of 30 eit/tt*u»a or tan pmoka4 (300 oitanttu) > in a ilm ino-papmr' eov«r«rf oarton. Ve ttrongly rtomamtd thim eartoa for iha Soma or oab«tuppi yiw tfivut Rons on Keroaeue twwr; lamels are the nwst refreshing, satisfying cigarette yoa T: ever smokedf Put affyour cigarette desires n'a bundi, then bay setm Otmels, nive htmnvwyytste-wtl and ktiggl forreur own satisiactioo that in qualityrvor, smoothbody and in nuuty otbor delightful ways CmmeU «re ia m o/iasa by th«ms«tv»ml. Cunels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Oofnestic tobaccos. Youll not only prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight, biit ymill nnpr«m-igtg tho. remarkable full-bodied-mildness and smooth, refreshing flavor it providos. Camels are a cigarette revelationl permit you to amoke libermlly without tiring your taat» but leave no unpleasant dgaretty aftertaste or unpleastmt dgaretty odort Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price) you'll prefer Camet quality to premiums, coupons or.j UGiT witsejf Omt penny wffl b oibugfi \Kattma»iqt fad and enough lo' faricating oil to generate 200 wattjiours ~ot eiectimjty wrah a Dcp-Light pianl Wkh 200 watt-hoora <rf dectricity youxan.- do any of tha fial> lowing; -. ' i Heid aa elactrfe iraa for S WHufir cttmmg YNSON it. gpawlplmc Dealers UCeoaUAtf. VA. Hereh asaused BserNsarlibu \, SS 'OUT Store U Splendidly Ready 'To Serve 4he Housekeeper hat the Btaay things replcaish or faraldi tim MSM far aiag aad snaamt. HOUSBFUBNSHNGS f Oar spmiau grooad leer heasc epiar. dupartsieat offen UM beat. BMMt reccat devieea ia cauaarr twisila, lanwdry" eqaipaiart, beast ftwaiag devices, refrigmiuan, etc. CHNA, GLASS AND - " SLVERWABS The largest stock fat tim Soatb, iaffladwg.tlie moat.elegaat pi wiar tioas as weu as the leas ezpcaaive akea. Tear iaspectioa iavited P St. and G St.. ' WASHNGTON, D. C., B'T'ltjEP'P'CTJ T _1 _ i.t _ ( 1 _. syrhetye MANASSAS, VA. larbk, &aiikr aiid al r _ 1 111:. 111 _ J _ r _ i-_. Chrisfmas Turkeys! ii 8*"* MW Bread 269* FOR HGHEST MARKET PRCES AND PRO.MPT RETURNS SHP YOUR DRESSED TURKEYS AND OTHER POULTRY TO USr FOR PARTCULABS HOW TO DRESS AND THE BEST TDfK TO SHP, WRTE US. MOFFEH & PARSONS 303 NORTH FRONT STREET PHLADELPHA, PA. rsesssssfehatafeis tato! HML TUS, «f ea«m, vm flmsb «SV vram* TM STB WW* telh Tita«ta ase ear bna4. We be«ev««best. V rl appreciate tse ttvcfal of tbe pabbe at ear QUCK LUNCH DVARniXNT. We wib dwaya be gm te serve yea at.bell'sbaker. AND LUNi H '1

8 PAGE FOUR mstt THBifAfASSAS JOUKNAU MAMAiiSAS, VHGMlA «smt DiM K 5CT im ' ad ftor tui f*mr, and lo tttl* inuaadi- ' att rthif Tr *- *-* '" ** * '"«~"" t k onfortonat* that ttie b«4 J weather made the kttendsbce at the (CantiuatiSxam pace one.) j meeting small, for it ia very importhigh"ichoo» of ManMiJt*- At th>»»**t''m>inline he frttm *»-><present time it ranks among the beel; '»" ". Kteomrthew«ook tothe.it-f tw«ity-tjir high sehoou of the "**"'"'/'f" "J ' " " *"'!".Ute, there being in all more than 500, ""d rehef found inm. way, the years nf hard ytrrk tiff i)evelod the high school of Manassas to its present state of efficiency and high standing among the schools of the state and of the county. Thus the results of this past development will be lost if the grhli srr i'flmpf"h * Tl"«f at the end of February, for it woa8 be unreasonable to expect that the game faculty which has rendwed such efficient service could be retained. Now Christmas program to be given at the. school..on Tuesday evening at 7:S0 o'clock. The public is cordially invited urue present. ~ The' Christmas tree and entertainment of the Aatioch Sunday Skhool will be held at Antioch Baptist Church b til* Oitk'a qooo of ttte Ohwift Cmai iilv&''coaii''w~ fbk» WUliam oa the 9th day of Deeembtt;, NORMAN JOHNSTON. Plaintiff ANNE ST; GERMAN JOHNSTOH, is the time to act! Something must on Friday, December.26, beginning at be done in the very near future to secui'e the necessary funds if the Ma vited. front door of the courthouse of this 7:30 p. m. The publicls cordially innassas Agricultural High School is to N.em haa been received of the ac countcidental death neat Philadelphia of tiiat being the next succeeding inle on or before December 16,1919, continue to serve the citizens dl Prince William conni? in the fotore as it ias Charlie Bond. His father, Mr. Wil-day after this order was mtered. in the past. " " " " ~' Jjvn Bond».JOB aimerly,a resident of _, GEO»_G, TYLBE, Oatk. this neighborhood and Charlie had A Copy Teste: Followmg Mr. Duke, Dr. C. R. C. many Aiiends and rdatives htte..lii Johnson, chairman of the district,_ GEOLfi. TYERJ OlKrk. torment was at Antioch on Friday. school board, made a brief report- of W. W. Butsner, p. q the financial condition of the schools, Mr. O. E. Kibier was a Marshall in which the following facts and ftg- visitor on Wednesday. Au-«8-were clearly set forth; Our pres-. The Community League will hdd its ent indebtedness is apjfi'oximately $7,- regular December meeting at the 000. The income for the operation school.this evenihg at 7:30 o'clock. and maintenance of the schools of the Misses NelUe and Mai jgossom county is $20,000"of which 19,000 is were ManaBsasvlBltors last Wednesday. required in pa3rment of teachers salaries. Janitors' salaries -and upkeep Miss Annie Pickett and Mr. John raise the total cost of operation to approximately 126,000. guests at Mount Atlas. Shultz, of WashingtMi, were recent "The situation is now hopeless," Dr. Master R. B. Gossom. jr., who has Johnson said, "unless the legislature been quite ill for the past week, is comes to our assistance." slowly improving. An increase in assessment is -more preferable than an nmxease ia tax TOKEN _ rate, but any assurante of dh bsbki Christmas is nearly here. ' in income «d<»«pmita to meet the present needs would make it possible to Ha., visited tsm hpmes hoe Satnr- Sevoul of tiie boys.at ndian Head. borrow sufficient ascntey to tide over in day and Sunday.- ~, At a Circuit Court hel* f«r Prinee ftilliam County, Tfannda', Deeamlifr >tfi RE BSTATE OF ANNE CECUA i PSOJPS. - - Jtlpptering to the eewrt that the report of Commissien< JtCHAHCBy - _ ssfaowas a]qmiiit«d.-for' the purpose The object of this suit is to Obtain ky order entered October, 1919), of a divorce by the plaintiff against the the accounts of Robt. A. Hutchison, high school, in Virginia. Shortening «hoota must meviubty clo«= by the defendant, dissolving the bonds of executor of Anne Cecilia Philips, deceased, and of the debts and demands thi «WLt??-wiUJ«mediy_tM matrimony, a vinculo Qiatrimsnii, on tite grounds of inadity, and for general relief. tfae clerks «Ac«-of tus oonrtrokr against her estate, have been Qled in the «ool from the accredited list. «««r f itw which means - that graduates will not < grades for severat years, arta the loss be able to mter college and also that of many of the teachers. t means And affidavit having been made and chapter 121 of the Virginia Code, aod they will nnt qualify as teachers in also the probable loss of the state ap- filed that the defendant in the above that more than one year has elapsed ;g6prl»uon» fur the hii «chuol and euuued cause is not a reaident of th» iiai* the qualification of the said-< ther schools. Moreover, it is quite probable that such action would cause the loss of most of its teaching staff state of Virginia; and an application acutor,' on tite motion -of Janes Mai** the schoottd lom Ki stste rarefting smaller of publicati<» setting rnmh flrshsm. giiflifa" ~- MMietion and mpa'm i&l tg chers as well. ries Uian they could command else forth that the last known place of Montrose Graham, one of the legatees while. These facts would mean thstlabojeof the defendant i«22 Mann-Ui. h«n«ftri>ri««nnhr th* will ef-tbe Citizens of Prince WOiam HiiiaW should also be. deeply cmiceroed over the school could not be restored-to-its ment Avenue, Chartown, Masaaehu said Anne Cecilia Philips, it is ordared the iiiitiiitmhits atoatinn of tb present degree of efieieney and standuig in tne stam UHdw ssteial Umsa its- duly gjaatej by the Clofk ef this atheis iuterealwl n said Mtatft do ap- setta, having bem made in writing and that the creditors, distributees and all schools because dosing ofie so<rfa before the completion of the term will present cost. court, it-is therefore ordered tiiat the pear before tjds court on the first'day said defendant do appaar here within in the end be the most expensive of its February term, 1930, and show course to taxpayets. w im- *eflbhe«- ' WATERFALL fifteen dayil Afw due publieatton cause, if any they can-,-against the "Eereof and do what is necessary to conflrmatioq of the said report, and WatBrfall Siiliuol closes for, the pnetoet her interests in this-suifc "tee payment aud-deliveiy of ttta Christmas holiday on- Tuesday. The t is further ordered that a copy of estate in accordance vrith the said rethis order be published once a week pprt, without a refunding bond, and teachers and pupils have 4r"inKe<l & for four successive weeks in the Ma At the conclusion of Dr. Johnson's report, Mr. C. A. Sineloir was eiledupon to express his opinion as to what extent he thought the legislature niiht relieve the present ~ situation. n p. few remarks he pointed out the difficulties in the way of immediate relief from this sotirce and advised those present not to rely too strongly upon ' the legislature for support in the immediate future. howcyer willing-that body might he to support the schools of the state.. Mr. Charles. G. MapMs, Director of the University of Virginia Summer School, was expected to-be present and to mr.l:e nn address on the work of the Educational Comnilaaluil, but his train beir: several hours late it was mpossible for him to be here. Mr. Duke was then called upon to prive in Mr. Maphis'. stead an outline of the work of the State Education Commission. This commission, appointed by the legislature at its last " 'V"" v f?', '«' ""aposed of two senators, two delegates and four educaters, including the state superfftten dent of education. The cemmiasieii secured the services of Dr. Alexander nglis. of Harvard Uwversity, probably the chief expert in America on educational organisatum, to c<mdact a complete gurvay ot Uw wlucatiwiav system of Virginia. This survey haa now been- comftti'wst'tttt ttuillmendations of the commission will h* laid before { e legislaltm lau WUltCT: Thy tetonimendatism deal* wiili tfci. reornizatiob of the state board of education and the county school board, the county te-asrse ma tbe administrative unit instead the district; the niethods of anxrinting the boards and >w-,tf >-.»J j{.,i/«. mpwriirtebdents the length of its sdtoel term, etc The two most fnndabmhtal dations, however, are: The removal-.of tha- limitation anj-. the local tax rate, so that the people of any district may be allowed to spend what they Want on the education of their children; and, secondlr, a real compulsory attendance law. accomplished, the Virginia aeho system, said Mr. Dnke.~eMd4.4ake ita place assob the be*. t The meeting was closed by a report from Sopt. McDonald in which he expressed the hope tbat some aid might he obtained frop the other districts of the county as so lese a proportion of : p attendance of the MahassJES' ioiloolp was drawn from other dis-; q 5rt», Manassas high scliool alone having 4.'i per cent of its attendance from other districts of Prince Wil-1 liam. includine 5 few pupils from othpr onuntirs. Biil a statement (fiven TTTty 11 e.a.uici' opoujpfic * 'fit' hv rf!-.n lat : he funds for the UriMaiin Fair was a rwent visitor wtthe home of Mr. Ltrfler- Comr. weu. Mrs. John Fair and her daughter. Miss Jinny Lou Smith, will leave shortly to spend the holidays at Mrs. Fair's former hoine in Atianta, Ga. ' Misses Loretta and Leona Richards, who are employed at Forest Glen, Md., are expected home for the holidays. oooooooooooooooooooooooooc : iaiest cirenlatiob! Prince William' CooBtr Books evea to advertiaei«.f od66oodooooo'ooooo<}poooooo nassas Journal, a newspaper published and circulated in the county of rince Wi!llaW,~Viipiua;~thaTa copy of the same be sent by registered mail, by the Clerk of this Court, addressed to Annie St. Germain Johnston, 22 M<Hument Avenue, Charlestown, Masaachusetts, and a copy posted at la particularly to the said guardian pf Manie Montrose Graham and Mary Graham Burrage, legatees under said A copy of this order shall be published once a week for four snccesaiva weeks in the Manassas Journal, a waekly newspaper pbliabed is Prince VHUam county. A copy Testei 30-4 GEO. 6. TYLER, CUrk.., Better pay yoor subaeriptiob in ad* anu before UteriMjadva _ nlay the amokecaine with a jimnqr pipe if yoo'ra hgnhfim for a hant ont far wlist sqa your iirnhfappetifl For, widt Prixioa Albact, yaa*v«fot a new Bsteo oa the pipe qnearion that cott yaa loow from old atooi taofoe and dry throat worxiasl liada by oor mosstn prtaniwd <aawa, Ptinoe Albatt to firtxn bte and puvii and hirim yo»«baat tha Moaa* lot of am w w idiedalad tt >>6te apacbdiit Priooa Alberttoa»pf)iD of a fipe-pal;raoadjoto a dgarena it bcata the bandl Qatttaa toot* that P. A.toaimply avenrtfaiiig k»cbd for to tobaooot Toa never ws be widinc to fifnce op the apart yonve alq>ped-oa oooe yoa get that Priaea ABMCt qoaiityflavorand qttobfyeaktofacttoo into yorar amokeayatamf Yooll CBBC kind worda evivy tone yoa cat oo thefiringlinel r*mv Mrf tan. (Mr >w > Sf mmd tlml «hm, R. J. Reimolda Tobacco Conapany, Winston-Salem, N. C. COURSE N MECHANCAL AND FRBS-HAND DRAWNG, LEADroCTO ENGNraBRNG. FOR STU DENTS OF DRAWNG. AT KAST- ERN COLLEGE. Th» umlcr ZMillM>old an eveatng «lasa on tee nights most suitable, every week, at Eastern C<rflege, for the bearding students and tm»u stu* dents from the otbar scboe&l fts wdl as those employed in tiie day. The meetings of the class will be the boys' building, first floor, every Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. The young ladies are invited, who wish,to FKinAY. nkt'tvmher 19. 1!J9 take this course. nstruction.-.i'' be individual and $4 per month in advance. "The outlay for instruments, triangles, board and miscellaneous supphes for the year, will amount to $iat4i-'-'~!isltttmt be paid at the beginning. A crealt for the course has' been arranged with Dr. Roop and will count tuwai'ds your degree in col- legmm f par with George Washington and Yale University. Advanced inistudents of drawing will be accepted. Come and bring your friends and learn this interesting and useful art. 23-T J. C. TULL«8S. Paid eu your guineas naw- while they are in season and while the PRCE S HGH le are-in.the Market for All G>untry Produced SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL Manassas Produce Co. MANASSAS, VRGNA M HaveJfust Received A New Ljne of OVERCOATS FOR YOUNG N!l m & Giddings MANASSAS, VmCNA...WE ARE PREPARED FOR THE... KggesHHirisliuas Ever Our TOYS are here readyforour 'ibbpecikm a handsome line of them, too. Yoa viu find here TOYS TO SUT BaTRRY CHTLP N THE COUNTY. PRCES ARE RGHT AND THE BEST AS- SORTHENT WE EVER HAB. fl FtW YOUR CHRSTOAS TABLE WE HAVE TURKEYS, OYS TERS, CELERY, CRANBERRES, ORANGES, GRAPES, AP- PS, LEMONS, FGS, BANANAS, DATES, RASNS, CUR- RANTS, CTRON, FRUTT CAKE, COCOANUTS EVERYTHNG GOOD TO EAT. f COMPLETE UHU OF FRSW(»ffiS OP AX ERfDR. H OUR LNE OF CHNA AND FANCY GOODS S LARGE AND JLQXJ WLL UJLE THEMl TANCY BOX PAPER. TOLET AND MANCURNG SET f BY ALL MEANS GVE US A LOOK BEFORE BUYNG. WS HXVE THE GOODS AND THE RGHT MUCES. f WE WANT BUTTER, EGGS, RATS AND ALL PRODUCE. : COME TO SHE US J. H. BURKE-& 0 Highest Known Prices for Butter Fat BegiaaiBgDeccBiber, 1919, we will M M fellows: fnmtj 75e per pouj AND TRANWORTATON. This grade most teat Sa per etwa er mmt to bsrttcr fat aay be e< faaey ««aiity: that i at too soar aad aot off to laver, No No. 1 75c per potrnd. pooad. Mast tei te M per ccat or more in Butter Fst aad _ja be_ef ef good r** «i!*«faslity. Na. Hit i 'or hatter fat iaereasii testing, nnder. SO. per cent. GOLDEN A COiMPANY, Washington. D. C. BUTTER MANUFACTURERS. sa s Your Subscription Paid

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