Publication name: Harrisonburg Daily News
Location: Harrisonburg, Virginia
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Harrisonburg Daily News (Newspaper) - February 10, 1903, Harrisonburg, Virginia
Jfrowaril. A A' VoL 8, No. 66. HARRIBONBURO, Viui mm BAitsMH stoni ^Mikflmt lio�k teU^ ft! M onto oi 8dH^ iowBlefw tkis WMk. Siioci^ wbitb fl.fS, iiM, 4 ud 6. MLQ MBta. LMiM' Tu ShoN, in ^ IiM. worth 11.06, BO psin lall. iCA cilDto. Boy's Md Oirl't hMTy V7 diMB SbOM. worth fl.M. iQ OftBti. Oh!Idna't bvttoa or Iom '^ShbM, itMt, 8 to i�, worth 88o. Ojl MBta. LmIIm' floe SbOM. Ibm tt|ii, MnM worth 91.00. QA olBto. MeB*t fins dim ShoM, IBM or ooBRraM, worth fl.M, Oft Bof^tSboM. (KliiB�iBnMid)rthe bMt in the world for the noB^ey. fil 7^ I' i hone In Basio cm- laiit Frtday^^l^ Oetar, the young and salssaan In.Robion * RbbsM's stoi*.^ Mrs. Outer's xoaainoiwnn taken to the eemotery at Boaver Oreek Ohuroti; for intemumt on Sunday'last; ^ A mMting of the oitiMns oitblt place and vicinity will take plaoe at the Town Hall this evening to imo what ean be done to seonro a State Normal School at this Flaae. A^oomalt' tee will be appointed to MlOot a sttO for the building and asMrtain th* price of said land, and to Und. oat what indummonts oaa;be .offered to; hav^ the wbool located io' or near this town. It is eayaestly hoped tbal^ the people will do all that can bO done to secure .this most'desirable^ institution for this place. There is no doubt but that Bridgewater ^ is one of the most dwirable locations: in the, S|ate for snob a sohool. and if thoM who have the selecting of,a site in hand can b* induoed tooomebere �and look over this beautiful and rich section of country there can -be but little doubt that the building will be. erected here. Hon. JamM T; Robson, who has lyeea at home for a week or so, left this morning - for Riohmond, to resume bis place in the Legislature. The Judge Campbell oue comes before the trial committM again tomorrow. ;.It is out of the question to take np so mnc^ valuable time with^..Buch a oaM.. People have grown tired of suofe exceedingly slow progrea and are muttering in, no uncertain tones at the' profligate WMte of time and money. ^ Mia Vadie Brown, who has been in Ohio for Mveral months, arrived at her sister's. Mrs. B. B. Dinkel's, home in this plaoe a few days ago. Her many friends were delighted to weliDOBM her among them. Ifrs;. JamM R. Shipaaan is a guests of her sister. Mrs. George N. Barman, ^ of Peon Laird, since iMt Saturday OMming and will be absent from home until the latter part of this WMk.' At a meeting of the Town Ooonoil a few nights ago, Mr. "en" Dinkel elected assessor t for the prMent year. Mr. Oinbel has MrVed the town In that oflloo for a number of tarmsand has always perAtrmed his dntlM wiib impartiality. con SETHI, con Ufiii A floeld OMia of Oiap AMpUf lattrtnptfl. by the (aMIllar �9iM ; FSBRUART 10, 1903. wtATNti: Ttwnrfajr, i^ur. Inn f lonrtlBrtid, pfnly nhly rriln nnA WMtn* Price 1 Cent on . "Oome Nvenl.Oome eleven I** aid rtirrad by the lively airs from a Hwjb in the hands of Pete WllUaaa, OHMf of Police Armentrout swtpl dowp Ml a gang of negroM shooting: �np Im^ Altaffer's stable Sunday nifM. The officer knew that N WM tM custom of the negroM to galkar al Altaffer's in the absenoo ol (iho proprietor and indulge in ib* flavofflM rame, so be deoided to p�� as end 14 it. Creeping up to a Window k* climbed upon a store box, and looking in, what he saw was snlllolsnt tojurtify his making the laldt fttf five negroes were rattling ibo booM on the floor and ataklag their last cent. Pete Williams was sttAiW on chair near the window, nimbly picking the bsinjo, giving an apology for "Bill Bailey." "8�n JobBMn was a popular man," and the llko. The officer then went to the offlM door, pushed it OPM qnlOkly and caught them in the aol All kinds of pleas Wbre made by tho'nigtoM^ nil H'�I won't do it bo �10,'V isiartinfnh," PlOaia; IMr. .Atttii^' trout, let us gb," bnt all to no and a part of the gang wai IfaM np this morning in the Mo Orafl; Thoevidenoe waaaUagalail Sam: Greene, an olfi oat hf giving Bp Ttoas, $1 aad ard; ! and fourth me: sklAwd and his appean Cbag, the last of IM * ALLPOX HATTERS ChMatj Supervisors Discuss the Situation AfA SPECIAL BOARD MIITINO. mMHeiit Qnaraatine Meaiures will ; be Adopted for Plains District. the bar of jBstUxsi ^ latsrbytka Oiisf, 1m The Board of aaporviiorR mot in spiol'al semion resterday aftornoou loir the parpoio of considering the aiiiiilpox situation in Plains diatrlot Ipd^iMthorizing the adoption of �ncli and agencies as the Oonnty Btgftl of Health might deem neoea-for the control of the disease.' ThV^meeting was called at the re-'of the ^ard of Health, the having been solicited by isor Minnick, of Plains, to .fi^more stringent mcMures in roiatd matter. Supervisors Rhodw, and Hiuniok were present, m . T.. O; JouM, who, as secre-the County Board of Health, with them. Minniok stated that al-M the superviwr from be h*d bMn directed to ent^:thOt instructions of the in the way of ap-etc, yet moft definite Wemu's MiHiOBary TfiiOB. ^ Tho'aaaivarsary of tho ''Womaa's Baptist MtMionary Union'* will be bold at the BaptisS Chnroli WednM p.lm. An Intofflsliiog pro^ grant is balng arranged, Ur, Klsona will be present and addrsM Ibo mMting. The invltalloB to be prasaat If siftsndad to all Intsrsstsd in mIssIoB' wyifoHf*. TheiTlS^ - UnMn^^^SSm over faHai'^eaoli drew ont InLlpMi-pendent, If slander; panto, 1tat th� flrst gltl had evidently an in^^nilpB. She fished five 1-oentvcoins^^roM'lior board and laid them in tl^ palm,of the oondnetor's hand. : Ttio. ssi girl needed no hint;'sfi� ailso ooautad five oolns deliberately'while ha stood meekly waiting. The third girl gleefully added bu' fare i� oants, and the fourth tnined^her/pane almost iBslde out in a sn^oesrfaleffOrt: to follow b^r worthy vexainple. The fifth gin also*madeJrantio MWOh, bat a silver quarter wm her only eoln. This she biaded to the oondnotor and smilingly extended her fingers for change. She got it. Qniek m a flMh he dumped the 80 eents in 'her open palm and retired precipttotely, to the platfwm. While the whole oirload of people roared with laughter. Bseaived $3,900 Insoranea. Spring Creek, Va., Feb. f>, 1808. Mr., ThomM H. Burke, District Manager, Home Life Insurance Company., of New fork, Harrisonburg, Va. DarSir: I acknowldge with thanks your oompan's draft for �t,000 in fall settlement of o laim under policy No. 111,388 on the life of the late David H. Turner. As yon only succeeded in writing Mr. Tomer's application on the 80tb of July last, I wish to thank you for your prompt wttlement of this claim. Thhe policy has been paid in full and without delay. I take pleasure in commending the HOMB LIFE INSURANCE CO., of New York to my friends. Very truly yours, JOHN N. TUMER. Administrator of~David H. Tomer. Now Bnok Bosideaee. Mis Laura Ohanoeaulme is erecting a large pressed brick rMidenoe on South German street on the lot located between the residence of Mear. Wm. A. 'MesMrole and Wesley Miller. The houM will contain eight rooms in addltiw to two large hall ways. The roof will be slate. Tbie frame work of tlt� bulldio has about reaobed completion, Mr. WilL lam MoAUster has the eontvaot. WksBTgttgMBlsk Your doctor is advlMr. Wo fill hit oiders,exaotly as wiltten. Abeo-Into oonfldenoo InpioyM apntlent. Prlosa vtgbt. FLBTOiliR'l PflASMACir. Ifavo ;iit li.,SBNillnox. Ut. Mlinfeb tfilBi li^'tWpigMMMSM.' W. B. Barte),; aotinf'