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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 13 September 1912

Eprabsophy and H;-:' Love had Known each other a very | r K tons time, and they were joined to* # aether, perhaps by something more than friendship. The summer, with all hH Its charms, was smiling for him; she Pp iras beautiful, and her eyes were like f | two large stars. But he was at OxK ford studying, while she was —a girl B ready for marriage. Finally he deW tided that she was not in lore with him, and in his soul he found a power was stronger than love, which pushed him forward to the country at ■todies —a country containing no dreams or Illusions. fh went to Africa for his holiday, t_Whlle passing his time idly he lied that she was married. It is an old story," said he. Ironicalto himself, and tried to think hs not care about her. Inaily he wearied of the long trip, Mid came back, brown from the African sun, and languishing for her. She had had time to lose her bus* band, and had finished mourning. But the capricious nature of this man drove him away as before. At* last ho cal...

Publication Title: Middletown Weekly
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 13 September 1912

■BBSBBBS9=B=9=====SS==99ai LOCAL ITEMS CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Grace M. E. Church, South Rev. DeWitt Beery, Pastor Middletown—Preaching 11 a. m. and Bp. m. each Sunday. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday night at 8 o’clock. Junior League second and fourth Sundays at 2 p. m. Senior League in Church Parlor each Sunday at 8 p. m. Hite’s Chapel—Preaching first and third Sundays at 3:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 2:80 p. m. Epworth—Preaching second Sunday at 3.-30 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Miss Cora Larrick has returned from a visit to Washington and Baltimore. Mrs. Cora Scaggs and daugh ter, who have been visiting Mrs. Lucy Faulkner, returned to Branchville, Md., Saturday. Mr. aud Mrs. C. B, Manuel and Mrs. Bettie Venable went to Washington Sunday. L. C. Willey is spending his vacation with his family here. Misses Nellie McGhee and Blanche Hashup, who have been spending the summer with Mrs. M. L. Larrick, returned Saturday to Baltimore. Mrs. Joh...

Publication Title: Middletown Weekly
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 20 September 1912

t, - ■ MIDDLETOWN WEEKLY Volume I. Seed Corn Proclamation Whereas, the production of corn in sufficient quanties means plenty of cattle and hogs, and plenty of cattle means plenty of grass and hay and a considerable increase of improved land; and Whereas, good crops of corn must largely depend upon the seed used; and Whereas, by experiments published in circular ninety-five, issued by the Seed Laboratory of the United States Department of Agriculture, the average germination of Virginia corn is greater than in any other state in the Union; and Whereas, the time is approaching for the selection of seed for the next two years, as it is always desirable to have seed for one year ahead: Now, therefore, I, William Hodges Mann, Governor of Virginia, do earnestly request the farmers of the State to thoroughly inform themselves upon this most important matter, and while the corn is in the field to select seed for the next two years, and if crops permit, for sale to their less fortunate neig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 20 September 1912

THE MIDDjETOWW WitKiY. Published by THE STRASBURG NEWS PUB. CO. • E. E. Keister - - - Editor The only weekly newspaper published in Frederick county. Subscription SI.OO e’ear in advance. No paper will be ntinued without order from subscriber. Papers returned without other notice cannot be received as a notification of discontinuance. Advertising rates quoted upon application. One rate to all. Editorial Department: MIDDLETOWN - - - VIRGINIA Business Offices: STRASBURG - - - - VIRGINIA (Eberly Building) Entered at the Middletown, Va., postoffice as second class matter. The Man That Counts Men fail not because they do not see but because they do not act. Twenty men know what to do to one who does it. Every city and town has its full quota of cracker box inhabitants who can tell you how and why every successful citizen has got what he now has —plug-cut specialists who prophesied every successful business move years before it was made. They know what to do every time but the other fellow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 20 September 1912

' FORFEMWWE FOLK ... - > ■ x>' Expert Afate Children require the utmost care, (Leas racket boys I) With all their whims we should forbear, (Cut out that noise I) To scold a child is a disgrace; It will not do. (iessle unless you shut your face, I’ll wallop youl) Love makes the childish mind unfold As years go by. (you bids will do<as you are told. Or I’ll know why I) By parents wise, the child is led; One can’t be rough — (Wife put those little imps to'bed, I’ve had enough.) .£ Beef Omelets. Put three pounds of beef through the meat chopper; mix with it three well beaten eggs, one cup cracker crumbs, one tablespoon salt, one teaspoon pepper, two tablespoons melted butter, and a little sage if preferred. Mix well and form a loaf. Place in baking tin with a little water and butter; bake covered one and one quarter hours, basting frequently. Serve cold, sliced tbid. Cream Toast Arrange slices of toasted bread in a deep dish. Have prepared two or three c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 20 September 1912

■ (•' LOCAL ITEMS $ f CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Grace M. E. Church, South RKV. DeWitt Beery, Pastor Middletown—Preaching 11 a. m. and Bp. m. each Sunday. Sunday School 9:46 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday night at 8 o’clock. Junior League second and fourth Sundays at 2 p. m. Senior League in Church Parlor each Sunday at 8 p. m. Hite’s Chapel—Preaching first and third Sundays at 3:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Epworth—Preaching second Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Borden and children, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Keith, and Mr. and Mrs. William Willey and daughter, Miss Pauline, motored to Charles Town Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Olin Willey. New line of ginghams and serges, extra good values. Edmonson’s. John Sperry attended the reunion of Cole’s Cavalry, which was held at Island Park, Harpers Ferry, last Sunday. While at Harpers Perry, he was the guest of his brother, Abe Sperry. Mrs. Rowe, Mrs. Drummond, Miss A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 27 September 1912

Middletown weekly Volume I. Honor to Elder Rinker The' annual celebration of the birthday of the late Elder Rinker, which was held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Geo. Steele, near Reliance, was attended by quite a number of relatives and friends, on Sept. 21, 1912. After appropriate scripture reading by Rev. S. P. Fogle and thanks returned by Jacob Gruver, eighty-six persons were sumptuously fed on ham, mutton, sausage, beef, chicken, and all the dainties of the season, together with seventeen dfferent kinds of cake. Everyone having done full justice to the most excellently prepared dinner left the table, and returned to the shade in the yard. A most enjoyable evening was spent in singing songs of praise and thanksgiving, together with speeches of exortation by Rev. Fogle and Jacob Gruver. Among those present, were: Rev. Fogle and two sons, of Fairfax, Va. Guests from Middletown were M r. and Mjjs. Stanley Pifer, Mr and Mrs. C. B. Legg and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Steele and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 27 September 1912

THE MIDDLETOWN WEEKLY. Published by THE STRASBURG NEWS PUB. CO. E. E. Keister - Editor The only weekly newspaper published in Frederick county. Subscription SI.OO per year in advance. No paper will be discontinued without order from subscriber. Papers returned without other notice cannot be received as a notification of discontinuance. Advertising rates quoted upon application. One rate to all. Editorial Department: MIDDLETOWN Business Offices; STRASBURG (Eberly Building) Entered at the Middletown, Va., postoflice as second class matter. The Panic Argument There have been three real “panics” since the Civil War. The first was in 1873, during the administration of General Grant, Republican, under a Republican high-tariff law. The second was in 1893, having started toward the close of the administration of Benjamin Harrison, Republican; culminating before Grover Cleveland, Democrat, had been settled in the Presidential chair long enough to secure legislation. In 1893 the McKinley Repu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 27 September 1912

iy Imitation The maiden aunt bad come to call. It was very early for callers, but Mrs. Marsh knew that the maiden aunt needed help, so she left the baking and went to her cheerfully. The aunt looked quite worn out, and very near* ly distracted. But what can you expect when a person without previous experience stepd in and tries to take care of four healthy children for six weeks? The aunt had been there only two weeks, but such Weeks! “What is the reason," said the aunt almost tearfully, “that yours are so good, and mine are so bad? Why, do you know, the twins were actually fighting this morning, and Edith is so horrid and selfish. She won't let Edna touch a thing, and Edna cries when nothing at all is the matter.” “Can't you give them something to do?” asked Mrs. Marsh. "But what?” said the maiden aunt ‘‘Oh! anything. If they suggest any thing, let them do It If you possibly can. If not, you suggest something If your Invention runs out, you might look out of the window, and see wha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 27 September 1912

LOCAL ITEMS CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Grace M. E. Church, South Rev. DeWitt Beery, Pastor Middletown— Preaching 11 a. m, and Bp. m. each Sunday. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday night at 8 o’clock. Junior League second and fourth Sundays at 2 p. m. Senior League in Church Parlor each Sunday at 8 p. m. Hite’s Chapel— Preaching first and third Sundays at 3:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Epworth— Preaching second Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Mollie Montmore, Baltimore, who has been visiting her uncle, George Borden, left Monday for her home. Misses Annie Stickley and Corinne Bruin and Mrs. Joe Punk, of Strasburg, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Funk, Mrs. Silas Keller and children, of Fishers Hill, are visiting Mrs. Keller’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hinkins, at “Germany.” Master George Wyncoop arrived last week to spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Parker. Mrs. Albert Smith and little daughter, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 4 October 1912

MIDDLETOWN WEEKLY Volume I. * The Game Law As the hunting season is fast approaching, we print the following Act approved by the General Assembly of Virginia March 16, 1910. “1 Be it enacted by the general assembly of Virginia, That subsection two of section two thousand and seventy-a, and section two thousand and seventynine of the Code of Virginia, as amended and re-enacted by an act approved May fourteen, nineteen hundred and three, entitled an act to amend and re-enact chapter ninety-live of the Code of Virginia, in relation to the preservation of certain birds and animals, and to prevent unlawful hunting, and to repeal certain sections of the Code, et cetera, as further amended and re-enacted as to subsection two of section two thousand and seventy-a by an act approved March fourteenth, nineteen hundred and four, as further amended andieenacted as to section two thousand and seventy-a by an act approved March lifteeenth, nineteen hundred and six, as further amended by an act ap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 4 October 1912

IHf NIDBUTOWN WEEKLY. Published by THE STRASBURG NEWS PUB. CO. E. E. Keister - - - Editor The only weekly newspaper published in Frederick county. Subscription SI.OO per year in advance. No paper will be discontinued without order from subscriber, Papers returned without other notice cannot be received as a notification of discontinuance. Advertising rates quoted upon application. One rate to all. Editorial Department: MIDDLETOWN - - - VIRGINIA Business Offices; STRASBURG - - - - VIRGINIA (Eberly Building) Entered at the Middletown, Va., postoffice as second class matter. Democrats On Tariff In spite of their wide divergence on other issues, there is one central and vital point—the key to the whole fortress of intrenched privilege —which Taft and Roosevelt are defending with equal ardor and for which they are ready to die in the last ditch together. That point is the high -tariff system, under which trusts and monopolies have been bred through their power to levy such taxes upon the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 4 October 1912

P .* ■ Lebanon Letter M « V".X Mrs. Wm. Wisecarver son, 1 * * Wayne, spent Saturday dfid Sunday near Kerhstown. . Misses Rosa Rudolp and Maude * Peer left last week for Ohio, imL where they will spend sometime. * Sunday guests at Lindamood's w,ere Dr. and Mrs. Martin, B. B. Snarr and wife, G. G. Snarr, and Elmer Snarr. Misses Grace Mcllwee and Oda Willis spent Friday night with Mrs. Ida Keller. % Miss Margaret Miller is still on the sick list. Charlie Brill spent several days in Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bowman are spending this week in Win- § Chester. Their son, Guy, will attend school at that place this f- winter. Mrs. Bessie Lemley, of Stras- * burg, is spending this week with the Misses Miller and L. P. Mil- / ler. R. J. Bowman, wife, and little son spent Sunday at Mr. E. Whetzel’s. Wm. Warner, wife, and little • daughter, of Washington, are visiting his parents and other relatives. Tuesday visitors at Mr. Isaiah ■ J’unkhouser’s were Mrs. Samuel Carrier, Miss Virgie Denny, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 4 October 1912

LOCAL ITEMS CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Grace M. E. Church, South Rev. DeWitt Beery, Pastor Middletown— Preaching 11 a. m. and Bp. m. each Sunday. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday night at 8 o’clock. Junior League second and fourth Sundays at 2 p. tn. Senior League in Church Parlor each Sunday at 8 p. m. Hite’s Chapel— Preaching first and third Sundays at 3:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Epworth— Preaching second Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Chas. Little left Wednesday for a visit to friends at Lebanon and Wheatfield. Miss Mary Rhodes is attending school in Front Royal. Miss Gussie Guyer is visiting her brother, Samuel Guyer at Buena Vista. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grove and family, who have been spending the summer at the Kline House left to-day for Frederick, Md. Fall millnery opening Saturday at Edmonson’s. Mrs. Nannie McNeer is visiting in Washington. Miss Bessie Gaver is visiting her brother, Mr. Jas. Gaver in Berryville...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 11 October 1912

MIDDLETOWN WEEKLY Volume I. Depot and Store Bnrned Sunday at 2:30 p. m. a few minutes after the Southern train No. 49 passed, fire w,as seen to blaze up on the side next the track of Fishers Hill depot, and so rapid was its progress that all hope of saving the large stock of general merchandise and other property had to be abandoned. The loss is placed at $5,000 with $2,100 insurance. The building was owned by Mr. B. E. Baker, who has been Agent for the Southern and B. & O. for 20 years, and a very successful business man. Others sustained losses, among them was the Reformed church, which had ordered a beil to place* on the Fishers Hill church and still remained at the station. It was injured in tone to the extent of rendering it useless. The Rockspring Electric Light Company lost a transformer valued at $50.00. Mr. Jeremiah Wakeman had a carload of apples for export which were damaged to such an extent that there will be a heavy loss sustained to this cargo. Mr. Bakers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 11 October 1912

THE MIDDLETOWN WEEKLY. —r ' Published by THE STRASBURG NEWS PUB. CO. E. E. Keister - - - Editor The only weekly newspaper published in Frederick county. Subscription SI.OO per year in advance. No paper will be discontinued without order from subscriber. Papers returned without other notice cannot be received as a notification of discontinuance. Advertising rates quoted upon application. One rite to all. Editorial Department; MIDDLETOWN - - - VIRGINIA Business Offices: STRASBURG - - - - VIRGINIA (Eberly Building) Entered at the Middletown, Va., postoffice as second class matter. Boost, Don’t Knock You may sometimes think that the poor “onery cuss,” who lives next Joor to you doesn’t amount to anything, and that you can safely let slide the question of aiding him in reviving ambition and educating his children. You v may fool yourself into believing that you can hoe your own row, improve your own condition, pay your own debts, educate your own children, and let it go at that. But ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 11 October 1912

*FOJt FEMININE FOLK r '/* i Solitude Laugh, „nd the world laughs with you, Weep, and you weep alone, For the sad old earth-must borrow its mirth. But has trouble enough of its own. Sing, and the hills will answer; Sigh, and it’s lost on the air. The echoes bound to a joyful sound, But shrink from voicing care. Rejoice, and men will seek you; Grieve, and they turn and go, They want full measure of all your pleasure. But they do not need your woe. Be glad, an i your friends hre many; Be sad, and you lose them all. There are none to decline your ncctared wine, But alone you must drink life’s gall. feast, and your halls are crowded; Fast, and the world goes by, Succeed and give, and ithelpsyou live, Rut no man can help you die. There is room in the halls of pleasure For a large and lofty train, But one bv one we must all file on - Through the narrow aisles of pain. Ei,la Whkelek. A very dainty workbag may be made from two handkerchiefs, those with scalloped edges&are prefera...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 11 October 1912

Stephens City Notes PREACHING APPOINTMENTS Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. Absalom Knox, Pastor. Stephens City—First and third Sundays, 11 a. m. Second and fourth SunSundays 8 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. Kernstown— First and third Sundays Bp. in. Second and fourth Sundays 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Fairview— First and third Sundays at 3:30 p. m. Refuge— Second and Fourth Sundays at 3:30 p. m. Evangelical Lutheran Church Rev. C. W. Cassell, Pastor Stephens City— Preaching every second and fourth Sundays, 11 a. m. and Bp. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Prayer Meeting everyThursdayßp.nl. Luther League every first and third Sunday 8 p. m. Fawcbtts Gap— Preaching every first and third Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday, 10 a. m. St. Stephens Episcopal Church Rev. P. M. Boyden, Rector Stephens City— Preaching fourth Sunday 11 a. m., and first and third Sundays 8 p. m. COLORED CHURCHES Rev. R. R. Robinson, Pastor Methodis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 18 October 1912

MIDDLETOWN WEEKLY Volume I. The Political Thermometer Wilson far in the lead; Roosevelt second; Taft third, but gradually gaining is the latest reading of the New York Herald’s thermometer. In the straw vote, 154,771 polled, Wilson’s percentage is .421, Roosevelt’s .299, Taft’s .219 on a 1,000 basis. The canvassers explain that Roosevelt’s following in reality is probably not so large as indicated, because the Progressives, like new converts, rush forward to record themselves, while those who are for Taft or Wilson are more likely to be reticent. The Herald s estimates, based on this immense straw vote in 30 States, indicates that they will go as follows; For Wilson— Twenty-three: New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Indiana. Kansas Nebraska, lowa, Wisconsin, California, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Colorada, Minnesota, South Dakota, Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky, West Virginia, Arizona, New Mexico, New Jersey, Missouri. Oklahoma, For Taft—Two; Utah, Wyoming. For Roosevelt—Five; Idaho, Michigan, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Middletown Weekly — 18 October 1912

THE MIDDLETOWN WEEKLY. Published by THE STRASBURG NEWS PUB. CO. E, E. Keister - - - Editor The only weekly newspaper published in Frederick county. Subscription SI.OO Ser year in advance. No paper will be iscontinued without order from subscriber. Papers returned without other notice cannot be received as a notification of discontinuance. Advertising rates quoted upon application. One rate to all. Editorial Department: MIDDLETOWN - - - VIRGINIA Business Offices: STRASBURG - - - - VIRGINIA (Eberly Building) Entered at the Middletown, Va., postoffice as second class matter. Co operation between the school authorities and the patrons of the school has been an essential factor in building up a school and making it useful that has been too much neglected. Buildings, books, scholars and teachers — any kind of building, any kind of books, any kind of teachers, and as many scholars as can be crowded into the school room — was the old idea of what consti tutes a school. Later buildings were ...

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