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   Harrisonburg Daily News (Newspaper) - February 2, 1903, Harrisonburg, Virginia                                5^-'"; 5T' |*T" ; - r i'MitlteniUKl Itnbberqblliilri. worth; ddnbtew 'Tub l�hm�>brtli #2,00. tiSe. ConMtUr 00(1) to|>l  Hi^il^i FIA� DrfM Hnltn. flow�r�l. \ K ~ Mr. t aofitooli;     Dlim. OM tif of . th6 cosnly, dlid yMkirAi^ jMmilBg at 9,0'clQok ftwii JitflMMrrhafiii VerM��nilMototlM Mt. briWhiA beeii Mffwlil� Um vMUlkmn ftro4Ma ttntil it iMit hla Iwdlh hutkm WMki ig� INI^ iKi^iri* MMiiwlMI e� :fantO' Mt; 'taekilife; iMidv>�MiiiM' b'lttwif atrietly td hit intmii. State then his condition hi* biiMi rifiufdod M oritkml, bat hl# d^lh. yiMai moiBing,OMBO, Boyotthriww, M  .i,.^.., . ^ , rarprlM to hii frlonda. who iMd no i  Clilldr�n*a and , Mtaaea' flbnea iMap'rniita. from lOe. tofW ��di*MiR�h^)�i ll.fiO talae: j'i'An'a J^dd bt)Mvy gbiMw OiMMia dinn^ami.lO cent Kd^daJ' Maa'a anall alie Drawera; 1%.' 'a blKh-top.Hbnea^ liiiM^a Cbtdaroy  Panta. |.WiadQw |JlllDda> worifi 12)^(! �aia Rt.and Pubtfn Hd.. ABBV^ MILT.BR. 0\V!^u. Coanaetlon. I" .,p 111!' '  ;Y.BiB^ MlOnskodby i in vtlia aet of'tarniitg hia oat to watar Mr.. Sannel 6ar-llYaa a abort diatanc^ waat Marketit waa klokad in br one /irf: thebi iMt Thaijktoi Ba waa badly ont abova tha'aoae and in the Inaar eonier of Ifaalaft aya and the ontor table of the jpar the aooldeat he walked to t)ie tao�|a and ' atoptmoiied^ Dr. O. O. Ifld|il, of Hew Market, who oune BBQiMoyad a nnmber ot amall plMea �f �ii;fiifii||i^a)l;aM _ �ftf Yriixi^iSd ^fe Tlii foheral of Mr. Patrick Mnr-pbjf,: >rho died Wedneeady aigiit at bla^' naideDee near Montevideo, was fl-iyettefdiayat iiooii f rtiibi; the iito^dlmroii, at - which tinie a celebrated by Rev. Father J. Vrioli. The interment wis made in Woodbine Cemetery, ' The services wan largely attended. life.. He aaddWly nlliiad a iKmBrrhaga ftoai' wHIeb it itopomlbla for blm to'rally. Mr. OriTer waa twiea married, hb Ant wife being  T,IOAI, (H|pp^, and fowpara il|0�i wm ba mktUf^ Ibat b�ra and --r^ltwiiiHtliWfiifgyaglaiiwaBiid '1 ppifati mi>^ mi to it �ii ��-��-v'Vj,,C:;-iVi With the comet band of that place.' - The fnB�ral will ba iiiaii|i|l towM itareragea 11,90 a thoaiMid gallvia of waMr. UBtil thia. la iMtaritiUy ladaoad it ia donUfal wbatliar tha method caaopma i�49 fMaral naa. Uaraaftat all aditlnmi nf thia mm� Willlianabllahail aadar tlia htadliit 9f iba Mfwa.?* na liMd HMMAii Hit! �onlAb ' ntMnWlliliMMli. 4 fkak RteiMar. ia litiafftow * highly iaapaetad jmmiWmu^ IH Mtt raraM Mo^ I, �iai Tlmia-^ �omiit, allar a woali'a lIlMiii of pMnuMBla. Hia tftaatal waa ImM turn hb k�M. aeadmitai by Ba*.. Bfiak. at tha 0. i. Olrafoh. .M* iiiiwiMH WM IB BtfMBB*a imvB, yard 1b Faga OoiKy. fhl daaaaaad waa a �f Uillat hM oMar tataadl ait la riak ai Ita* fiaaral, BMHiy upaaiiatatlfaa �f tha 1MB MaQahifatllla aad olhar Amt aoaatliaa faarloaa la hia daath tha Kaaiall aad fHak Mlaai^ aaav �lktqi�^wMhalili,hl|h aalaMB by that ina.  Ha wia a BMaikar af tha U. B. Ohaieh. Ha la aarrlfad by a #6Biig wife la whoai ha waa aiarrlad aal MM* than two aMtalha 'aga.. . 'ttBrUni.?! aaltor, "what waald'yii av if I loM yon that I.had Writlaite haadrada OfpOOBM?'* --- "I woald aay lhatyoB daaanrad aoBMthtBg." Mid lha baaallfBl girl, yoaaiaaa klad." Taa, iMfirditM^" �I i riallowiagla tha faogtaai af tha eoloredi taaeban aMaUaf to ba hald hara Fabrpiry Ilk ai^lBg al t tiO a. Bk PrlaMuy RaaMiW. Aaala Bald; Wiiaaaiiti'fjr Poaiidil aad DIanrtllaal Marfca. L. O. WiagflaUt OoaMaea FraetbMa. B. O. Oraal; Aaalyala of Santeneaa. r- Bald: Mania atfd MM-Bata. O.^ L. Fraalarv Wlad^ Oorraata, F. W. Ifawawa i BaT. J. W. Oblbart:. Balattoaa Bar twaaa Panata aad' taaahaw, a diaoia* aioa opattBd by Bar. JU O. OarlaM: Lymphatia flyataai, L; F. BiBUMi Fraotloaal OoapoBBd Mambaia, O. A. Naw^: FriaMry ArlthaMlio. H. A. Blaar; Onba aad ifaaia Baal.. U. O. Wllaofa: laiahiv^a aad FartiefM M. V. Kawmaa. It ia aiaoeialy hoped that each teacher will ooeia prepared to diaooaa the aabjeot aaalgned. Beapectfally. COMMITTEE. Thottiuda of AatooMbUaa Bold. On'ring the astomoblle ahow held in New York last week orden wera placed with the different mannfao-toren for over 80,000 machines. Allowing an arerage of 11,000 each, which ia probably below tha right figure, the total of theae orders wonld foot up $90,000,000. Thiaaeema like an ehormona sum to spend on a luxury, for nearly all the maohinea ordered by theae people are aimply to ba naed for pleaanre. Poaaeaaion and nae of an automobile of thia oharaotar can generally ba taken aa el^^anoa of wealth and lelaure for tha Mijoymant of It, and theae orders from 90.000 different people almost at one and tha aaaa tine ahow how large la tha nnmber of thoae who hare that wealth and that pleaanre. A large nnmber of the ownen of aooh machlnea are aona of million-airea-ahildren of men who have worked long and hard to acquire what othen an now enjoying. A generati Mn the promise of Jackson to govom his temper in the futura, 'Squire Thomaa today discharged him and told him to provide for hia wife. The couple live at Highland Springs, a suburb of this city, and, deepite the huband's ancestry, they aro in very humble oircnmstances. _-I------- Tbay Want Oanafaa. Norfolk, Jan. 81,-Just before the courts oloaod today suit waa entered by counael for the city of Norfolk against the Ohoaapeake Transit Company for the recovery of two carloads of steam coal, which the counsel of the city allege waa sieaed while In transit to tha water pumping station. The city auea for $1,000 damage, and states in the declaration that it expects to recover 1600. Preaident Cole, of the railroad company, atatea that the ooal waa hauled without a way bill, as the line waa then in tha handa of the coutrac-ton, and waa .not in operation. The coal waa misplaced, the railway officials say, and they state that they were buying ooal at |3.80 a ton when ' the city's fuel waa aelxed, but suit, for the recovery orthe coal is entered at III a ton. Will Hava OMdioada. Front Royal, Jan. 81.-A good roads meeting waa held in the courthouse hen today to disousai the advis' ability of bonding the county for |60,-000 for tlie purpose of macadamizing tlie main thoroughfares throngnont Warren Connty. Several very interesting talks were made by Messrs. Giles Cook. H. H. Downing, E, H. Jaciison, and others, for bonding, and N. S. Waller and othen against. About 800 of Warren farmers aAd citizens were present. The sentiment seemed to be about equally divided. A committee of nine waa appointed to devise plana for obtaining the money and the beat mode of using it, a report to be made at a subsequent meeting. Will Bnrn Haraafter. -The Page Milling Company is no longer at the mercy of the railroads and coal barons. By an experiment the company found that wood, of which it bums many cords each week, at |2 per ootd, is not so expensive as ooal, besides keeping the money at home and afl'ording labor to many. - �-- Hotal Obangaa Handi. W, Lenord Fnltz, formerly of this place, has sold Hotel Thaxton, at New Market, of which he haa been' the owner and proprietor for the past year, to Benjamin Strickler, of near New Market, for |3,fl00. Posssiou has already been given of the entire house except the bar, which Mr. Fnltz will continue to conduct until the middle of this month, after which he expects to locate at Fairmonnt, W. Va. m--XI BaU Uaa $185 for a Natt. Niew YoMK. Jan. 30.-Police Ser-KHsnt GuounliiKK, ol J�r��y City, uut ll'JS In mall fillU tntbelow*^ drawer of tli� bureau In his room as l�ce�. Wby do people hide away their funda in cupboarda and bureau drawera or tuck them under couehea and carpeta, or atore them away In uiuga,Juga and lara when there an oppor- � tnnlttoa open to all to depoalt In a good bank, free or coal ? Readera of Tub Nkw
                            

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