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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 October 1899

The Evening News. FitIDAY, OCTOBER 13, IS9U. IjdguliryS 3 XJOULT&Y HANDY GRIT MACHINE. Where Large Flocks of Poultry Arc ICept One Will He a Wonderful Convenience. It can be built any size and any lum-< ber will do. The construction of the machine can be easily studied out from the illustration. My crusher is male up as follows: Two supporters, aa, each four feet six inches long, of 4x4 inch lumber resting on board supports, c, two feet long and six inches high. Nail on the four cross pieces, b, four feet long, since Ix 4 inches. Make the two crushing arms, d, each five feet long and of 4x6 inch lumber. The lower five inches are leveled off so that the POULTRY STONE CRUSHER, two arms work together something like a hinge. Just afeove the beveled part attach, an iron plate, h, 4xR inches and one-quarter inch thick, against which the stone is crushed. Make a hole, 1, in the lower end of each crusher arm for an iron pin. The smaller cut at the right shows the deta...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. b NEW G-OOIDS -A.T 2 I C. M. EFFINCER&SON'S ( r St. f SECOSUD ARRIVAL OP i and f I s | CHOICE LiOT OF HEUI PIiAIDS. | Prices Moderate and Quality Unsurpassed. £ ASK TO SEE HEM. t WHAT EVERY ONE SHOULD KNOW! Mou Can linj a 12-iili Navy (Sweet) Tobacco ———— AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S FOR 25 CENTS. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. CALL AND BE CONVINCED Professional Cards. W. T. LINEWEARER, MTNTIKT, II \ifi?i. oxniißO. Va. West Market. SI ..one door ejyd M. E. <'linrcli. DR. T. C. FIREBAUGH, PItACTierNC PHYSICIAN. II AKItIKONIUMtO. VA. (Jratnate University of Virginia. Olllee over Ij. 11. OH & Son'H Druir Store. f»-S-09. JJt WE GIVE OUR i/ 'Q i i Customers and Patrons y «? I Y THE UENEFIT ,OK A J OUR LONG EXPERIENCE | fa In buying and practical exVg perience In HEATING AND ijjfe PL.UMIUNG. First - class gooils and \» work at low prieeH. /M /a Sanitary Plumbing, Steam 3jf ami Hot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 137. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUB OWN FOLKS. fathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. .John P. Hardware Store. Price of wheat today (57 cents. RnrKuiitH at Sullivan's grocery. Be sure you nie registered by Saturday, October 2Sr.li. Rev. David Solly, of Roanoke, Is vlHltlng In this city. Mr. Clarence Wicks, of Staunton, left here yesterday for home. Mr. Chas. C. Nwltzer left here yesterday afternoon going east. Uev. Father Payne was here yesterday en route down the Valley. Mr. John P. Burke, the hardware man, went to Mt. Jackson yesterday afternoon. SuperintendentT. C. Prince, Valley Division It. & 0., was In this city yesterday. Fletcher's Phurinacv appeals to you on btiHineHH principles. Satisfactloa or your money back. 3t. Miss Belle C. Hannah, of this place, was among the departures on the Southern train yesterday afternoon. Italnbow Is the name of a new post-office near Elkton, In this county, and Mr. A. F. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 October 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg ay second-class matter. 1 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, ISO 9. ANNOUNCEMENTS. rro THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM JL CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself nn Independent candidate for the S1 Ml e Senate, to he voted lor on the 7tli day of November, 1809. (IHAtf. J. IiHOCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Auk. 15, IHilii. FOli THE STATU SENATE. rpo THE VOTEItS OF ItOUKINGHAM:— IL lam n candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected, I shall m the future, as in the punt, use my best enorts to represent all of the interests of our county and people faithfully and fairly Ihe record I have ninde hi the Senate is public property: bv it I am willing to be judged. I have favored and favor nueh amendments 1o the election law as to make it perfectly fair to nil: the most, rigid economy consistent with good government: the abolition of unnecessary offices ami officers; legislation to Insure to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 October 1899

The Evening News. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, IS!)!). ITALIANIZING BEES. Fall Xi the Best Season for This Work as Queens Can Then He Had Cheaply. Autumn is the best time to Italianize bees. Queens can be secured at halt price during the fall months, and by thus changing queens we have the advantage of the Italian stock the following spring. We can successfully introduce queens during the fall months as long as the weather is warm enough to handle bees. At the price queens can be bought for now it almost pays to requeen every colsny that has queens over one year old, with young queens of the present season's raising. Young queens introduced now will produce a good supply of late bees that will withstand the winter and, as a result, will cotne out strong in the spring. Young queens will, as a rule, lay a good supply of eggs during tinfall months, when old queens will cease laying' entirely in midsummer unless there is an unusual How of honey late in the season or they are supplied with feed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. . ZEsTIEW GOODS -A.T | G. M. EFFINGER&SON'S ? SECOND ARRIVAIa OF f and Homespun.^* , ___ | CHOICE lIOT OF HEUI PLAIDS. Prices Moderate and Quality Unsurpassed. 2 ASK TO SEE HEM. WHAT EVERY ONE SHOULD KNOW! TtiatYi Can liiij a 12-iiicli Plygof Navy CSweet)Tokceo AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S FOR 25 CENTS. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. CALL AND DE CONVINCED Professional Cards. W. T. LINEWEARER. DENTIST, II AKTNrONBTIRG. Y.\. Market, St..,one door east M. IC. rimrch. DR. T. C. FIRtiBAUGH, iut.vcncixii PHYSICIAN. IIAKiMKoMtrm;. V v. UiaMiate University of Virginia. Oflice over Ij. 11. Oft & Son's Driiur Store. 5-8-011. WE GIVE OUR 1 Customers and Patrons $ Y THE 13ION 10FIT OF A f OUR LONG EXPERIENCE \ In buying ami practical ex- Af perieace in HEATING AND fgfe JVLITM ftlN(i. Zgjk First - class goods and work at low prices. A) J% Sanitary IMiimbing, Steam jar f{y and Hot Water Heating- W y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 October 1899

\ Volume 1, Number 138. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered l'or the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Price of wheat today rt7 cents. Bargains at Sullivan's grocery. Try Lauek's homp-made candies. Be sure you are registered li.v Saturday, October 28tli. Graham Harris, of Chicago,arrived in this city this morning. Mrp. Walters was among the arrivals here Saturday nifcii t. Mr. Frank Gould, traveling salesman, arrived here Sunday. W. L. Decliert, Esq., arrived home Saturday night from a trip east. Mrs. Clinton. Fletcher, of Linville, arrived here On Saturday night's train. Dr. 11. S. Switzer's Aire pair of Pit Game Dominique Bantams took first prize at the Hagerstown Fair. Messrs. W. H. Bohr and Irvine McNeal, traveling salesmen of this city, spent Sunday at thier homes here. Surgeon Hatton N. T. Harris, U.S. Navy, soil of the late Judge John T. Harris, arrived hereon Sunday evening from Florida. Mr. Charles Ooffman has bought a lot facin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 October 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1899. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATE SENATE. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM _L CONUTY 1 hereby announce myself mi Independent candidate for the State Senate, to be Toted for on the 7tli day of November, 1H99. Oil AS. .1. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. lf», 1899. rpo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM:— X lam a candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected, I shall in the future, as in the past, use my best efforts to represent all of the interests of our county and people faithfully and fairly The record I have made in the Senate is public property: by it I am willing to be judged. I have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to makeit perfectly fair to all; the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insuretothe laborer his w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 October 1899

The Evening News. MONDA Y, OCTOBER 16, ISO!). FgMPDt V ' HOW TO PULL POSTS. • A Difficult Undertaking That Is Made Bu*y by tko Eierclic of a Little Stratnueui. We had a lot of old posts to pull and haul off. The ground was dry and the jposts came up hard. We at first thought :to take a long pole and yank them out by main strength and awkwardness .■while the team stood by; but decided upon a different plan and took with us merely a good length of chain and u piece of 2 by 8-inch stuff about 30 inches long. Father drove the team and I manipulated the cliain, etc. We started down on the right-hand side of and close HOW TO PULL POSTS. to the line of posts. In driving past a post he swung the team u little to the right, then slightly to the left, and backed a few feet, bringing left liTnd wheel- of wagon about in lime with post and within a few feet of it. One end of chain having been fastened around the axle near left wheel, I hooked the other end around post close to ground, then lifte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* MONDAY, OCTOIiER 10, 1899. BROCK'S PLATFORM. Continued from first page. this in true, it is the part of wisdom to limit the services of officers. If parties in a Republic are necessary to secure a degree of vigilance, sutticient to keep the public functionaries within the bonds of law and duty at that point their usefulness ends. The remedy is with the people. It was the remark of a distinguished English writer, that, "In the Roman Senate Octavious had a party, and Anthony a party, but the Commonwealth had none." And so under the operation of the same causes and influences it will fly from our capitol. Jt looks to the aggrandizement of a few, even to the destruction of the interest of the whole. I am in favor of elect-lngourUnited States Senators, President and VicePresident by a direct vote lot the people. Our system of government was by its trainers deemed an experiment, and th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 139. ASHBY DISTRICT. SCHOOLTEACHERS FOlt ENSUING YE Alt. The School Hoard Met and Made the Appointments Last Saturday. On Saturday the School Hoard lor Ashby District met in Hridgewater and contracted with tho following teachers for the ensuing school year. In thelist below the figures before ft'l vo the number of the school; then Ihe teacher's name, the name of the school, and lastly the teacher's postofllceaddress: ARIIRY 1>I8TI!ICT SCHOOL llOAIM). I. CurtisStinesprintf, nrhlgewater. Cowan. i!. .1. S. McLeod, Bridgewater, Bridgewater. 3. Miss Mattle Speck, Bridgewater, Bridgewater. 4. Miss Myrta Minnlch, Orldgewnter, Dale Enterprise. 5. Miss Hattie Miller, Bowman, Peach Grove. 0. N. S. Miller, Briery Branch, Ottobine. 7. W. S..Miller, Beaver (.'reek,Ottobine. 0. L. C. Long, Clover Hill, Clover Hill. 10. Jeff. 1). Will, Cross Keys, Cross Kevs. 11. C. A. Turner, Dry River. 12. It. G. Early, Dayton, Dayton. 13. Samuel liltchle, Dayton, Dayton. 14. Miss Mau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 October 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, ISO!). ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATE SENATE. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM CONIITYI hereby announce myself an Independent candidate for tlio State Senate, to be voted for on the 7t,h day of November, 1899. CHAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va. f Aug. 15,1899. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM:— I am a candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia, if re-elected, 1 aim.'' 1,1 theJuture, aw in the past, use my beat eiiorts to represent all of the interests of our county and people faithfully and fairly 'J he record I have made in the Senate is public property: by it I am willing to be judged. I have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to make it perfectly fair to all: the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insure to the laborer his w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 October 1899

The Evening News* 1 UESUAI', OCTOBER 17, ISOIJ. HORSE-STALL FLOOR. Sensible Method of Constrnctlon Which Prevents Animals from Staining Their Coats. ■ ■ * 1 Where mares ar© kept a tight floor jia the stall is not especially inconvenient, but with horses the case is otherwise. For them such a floor as is shown in the accompanying illustration is best suited for keeping their coats from becoming stained. The stable floor be- FLOOR FOR HORSE»STALLS. neath the flooring of the stall should slope a little so that the liquids that run through the openings in the stall flooring will be conveyed down behind the stall, where they may be absorbed in the litter. The pieces of which the stall floor is made may be iive inches wide, laid one-half inch apart. They are shown farther apart than this in the cut in order to make the matter plain. There should be four cross bearings under the stall floor if two-inch stuff is to be used. —American Agriculturist. MILLET FOR SOILING. A Crop Furnlahlnar Val...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICEB. The Evening News* TUESDAY. OCTOBER IT, 1809. 51. A. S. Wright, Mud House or Old Spring Creek, Spring Creek. 52. Miss V irginia Byrd, New Spring Creek, Dayton. 53. C. E. Floyd, New Spring Creek. Clover Hill. 54. D. I\ Wine, Sites, Ottobine. 55. Miss Amanda Stover, Stonewall. 56. Miss Ottie Showaiter, Scott's Ford. 57. Robert Crawu, Scott's Ford, Scott's Ford. 58.'Miss Effie Showalter, Meyerhoeffer. 59. Tabor. 60. Miss Josie Henton, St. Michael, Dayton. 61. T. J. Heatwole, Clover Hill, Ruslivllle. 62. Miss Stella Keller, Clover llill, Bridgewater. 63. W. E. Bowers, Meyerhoeffcr. 64. Miss Beulah Shank, Fairview. COLORED. a. T. Edmonds, Bridgwater, Bridgewater. e. Miss Vadaßoberts,Bridgewater. It. Mt. Crawford. e. Pleasant Valley. d. Briery Branch. The Principals of Graded Schools are in italics and the Assistants to each follow, where there any, excepting the following schools Which have been changed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 140. PUSH IT ALONG. Altl- Wls GOING TO HAVE NHW SEWERAGE? Wliy the Work Should Begin and he Completed Before Next Summer. Time In slipping away, the beautiful days of this lovely Autumn are dropping from the calendar, but the name spirit of delay it seems characterizes the City Council in regard to the subject of sewerage. Tsy tills time a council of more vigor would have ha«l the work in progress, and the financial status of the corporation would be in a process of easement, as the city would be putting forth the effort to realize the benefit of the contracts already made, in the shape of the revenues to be received from the Government and the county, for the use of the sewerage. If anything is to be done this year now is the time to be at it. The importance of sewerage has already been discussed. It is a matter in which nearly all are agreed as to its necessity. The ability of the corporation to build or at least make a good start in the work is conceded. That the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 October 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg a? second-class matter.l WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1899. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATE SENATE. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM X CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself an Independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CIIAS, .1. HROt'K. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1899. . rilO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM:— X lam a cundldate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia,. If re-elected, I shall in „ tlie future, as in the past, use my best elforts to represent all of the interests of our county and people faithfully and fairly The record I liuve made in the Senate is public property; by it I am willing to be judged. I have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to makeit perfectly fair to all; the most rigid economy consistent with good government: the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insure to the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 October 1899

The Evening News. WEDNESUA Y, OCTOBER IS, 1899. THE WEIGHT OF HOGS. Packer* Now Prefer the ISO-Pound Animal to the Heavy Porkers of Other Years. We are told and impressed by the authorities in the provision trade that there is.no possible chance that heavy hogs will be in favor for a considerable time, if ever again, says Texas Stock Journal. This view we are informed is based upon the requirements of consumers and the retail and export trade. Formerly a packing hog was heavy at ■850 to 450 pounds; now packing hogs are considered heavy at 250 pounds. Packers get all the lard they can possibly handle without buying a single lard hog. The best marketable weight now is about 150 pounds, and the best all-around porker does not execeJ 225 pounds, although that weight is too heavy to-day to sell well. Farmers who make their hogs too heavy to suit the buj era must expect to get low prices, as the light weights bring the most money. The sides are manipulated into breakfast bacon, canvased a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* WEDNESDAY. OCTOIiER I,S, 1899. PUSH IT ALONG Continued from first pa/re. Improvements as health, decency and convenience require? After all there are but slight difliculties in the way of this much needed improvement, if the Council is disposed to act. And it may he as well to state it here, that if not now done the subject of sewerage will be the ruling question at issue in the next corporation election, for rest assured that the people of the town are determined upon the subject. To begin the work in the Spring <»f year would probably produce a considerable amount of sickness, and the tearing up the ground necessary to laving the mains should occur when the weather is cold. On tills point inquiry can lie ma-Je of Ihe Board 'of Health or any reputable physician. Let their testimony be taken. Gentlemen of the Council, do your duty in this matter. Sufficient facts are b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 141. MOVING ALONG. NKW STREETS BEING AD1)E1» TO THE CITY. Houses Being Brought on Wheels from Outlying Seel ions to Hie City Limits. Harrisonburg moves houses w illi almost, the rapidity of Chicago. Selling houses and removing them nnd placing them on new foundations has been practiced here lately in perhaps a. half dozen instances. ll' one does not keep his eyes open to the changes In some localities in town, and visit all parts frequently, he may find himself a stranger ere lie is aware of it. New streets may be extended within a week and he be none the wiser, unless he moves about actively to see what is going on. Within ten days past a number of the houses that were built on what is known as the boom lots have been transferred. They were put upon low wheels with long axles and attached to four or five traction engines drawn to the roadway above the freight depot and made an addition to that part of town, thus extending the street in that direction considerably. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 October 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg at* second-class matter.! THURSDAY, OCTOBER IV, 1899.] ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE BTATK SIONATK. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM X CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself nil independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CHAS. .1. lUtOCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1899. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINCiIIAM:— _L lam a candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected, I shall in the future, as in the past, use my best efforts to represent all of the interests of our county anfl people faithfully and fairly The record I have made in the Senate is public property : by it I am willing to be judged. 1 have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to makeit perfectly fair to all: the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers: legislation to insuretothe labor...

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