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FOR 8-HOUR DAY
Men and Helpers in All Except
SERIOUS SHOOTING AFFAIRS
James Beach Discharged From I
The Times-Dispatch Bureau,
h Boliingbrook Street.
Petersburg, Va.. June IT.
With the exception of those In two
establishments, all the plumbers and
their helpers In this city, to the num- j
her of twenty-five or mure, went out ',
on a stt'lte this morning. They are !
not rtr'klng for more pay, but for j
eight hours as a day's work, with the J
same ray as they are now receiving i
: <r ten hours' work. The strikers ,
say they will not return to work ?n
ill their demand Is granted. In the :
establishments In wh'ch there Is no
strike the eight-hour plan was grani?
te some days ago.
Burglar Shot At.
A burglar was discovered in the
residence of W. t-'. Kevan this morn?
ing about T. o'clock. He had forced '
Ins way into the house through one of
the rear windows on the first iloor, |
r.nd \nd ascended to the second floor ;
when the noise he made awakened,
the inmates. As soon as he found his
presence discovered the burglar beat '
s hasty retreat, and as he was run- j
r.lng through the back yard and \
scaling the fence he was Vhot at six ;
times. It is not known whether or .
r.ot he was hit, nnd in the darkness
it could not he seen whether he \va* a
white man or a negro. He did not i
carry anything away with him.
Sudden iteatb In I'.ttrick.
Mrs. Emma J. Hawkins, oged forty- I
stellt years. wife of James J? '
Hawkins. died very suddenly of,
paralysis shortly after noon to-day,'
ct her home, in Ettriek. She wus
much respected In the community, and '
I er death was a great surprise. She ,
if survived by two daughters. Mrs.
Annie Wnlthall and Mrs. W. i_? Davis,
of Et trick; one rls.tcr. Mrs. Vnlden.
of Norfolk; and one brother, H. W.
fowler, of this city.
? Mrs. Julia A. Pond, agei elchty
years. <iled last n'ght in the Peters
burg Hospital, where she had l"en
n patient for some time. She had
f-fcen a member of the First Rap
list Church for over sixty years, and
Wki a good Christian woman.
TlTfl Serious Shooting Affair?1, |
Frank Alexander, a negro, was
brought to the jail In this city yes- ,
terday charged with scooting onotn
er negro three times, with intent to
kill. The shooting occurred In Pin
wlddie county, and the wounded man.
whose injuries, it Is thought, will ?
prove fatal, was taken to La Crosse.
His name could not be learned, nor j
what the difficulty was about.
Jo? Evans, negro, wan shot and
seriously Injured Saturday night in
Prince Oeorgc county by Joshua Wil?
liams, and the latter 's tinder ar- J
t>st and in Jn 11- The shooting Is al- j
l'-ped to have taken place during a
lawn party at Joe Evans's place, at;
... h there was much drinking. Wll- !
la ml is reported to have entered!
Evans's house and to h.?vc overturned
furniture and behaved very badly.
When Evans profsted, Williams drew
his .82 calibre pistol 'and shot him. '
t!,e ball entering the body be-low the j
Illsohnrged After FlKht Weeks.
James Beach, the white man who
was struck and badly injured by a
Coast 1-lne train in Manchester eight
weeks ago, was discharged from the
hospital here to-day. jieaHt was sit-'
Gives one the feeling of safety, security
and style when traveling.
The best makes of ALL the leading
factories are shown here; and our hand?
ling facilities are such that the most rea?
sonable prices obtain throughout the en?
Good Trunks as low as $4.
The most popular Wardrobe Trunks at
$20 to $65.
A 24-inch sole-leather Suit Case, trim?
med and primed in the best style, at $5;
either brown or tan.
Trunk and Bag Specialties that are
smart and most convenient.
The tamous "INDESTRUCTO" line of
Trunks, Bags and Cases, are to be had
Visit our huge Basement Department
for travelers, for the most satisfactory
ting on the track when struck, having '
just gone over to Manchester from
The copious rains of last evening
and Saturday were greatly needed In
this section, where the drought has
become "o serious as to prove Injuri?
ous to the young crops, i'e.m.uts had
either come up badly or nad failed to
come up at all In pome Sections, the
young corn was withering and the j
grass was failing.
Mectlujt of the Council.
A meeting of the Council will be?
held on Thursday evening to ord\r
payment of all deparlmentai hills for
Yon may pay a less price, but you can't get as good^
quality. % lb. 5c?% lb. 10c?1 lb, 20c. Hjt/H*
All good Grocers sell it or will get it ior yon. -\
?MC ii 11ii i ? i? 11 iiiiTmirrsnTriinnm-rri'nrri?rrrrn
Is pleasing manv women." It enables the housewife to broil
as well on the New Perfection Stove as over a coal fire.
It uses all the heat.
It cooks evenly.
It broils both tides at once.
It doesn't smoke.
I And of couite you sie familiar with the
It it auch s convenience all tlie year
round. It will bake, broil, rostt and toart
jutt uj well a: a regular coal range.
Aik to lee lha New Perfeclion Store at yoir
d?.le/>. It it h.noSomely tni.K-.cl in nickel, v.ch
cabinet top. drop aherVea, lowel racka, etc. It hn
'-">*. ewmeled. lui'iuoue-l-'w cKimiKyt. M?t,
with I. 2 or 3 burnert. tree Cook-book wiih
?rery ftov?. Cook-Book . ? given to aoyoea
Kboioi 5 cenli to cover m&iiias coil.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
NEWARK. N. J.
(Incorporated In New Jersey)
tho month, nnd to clear oft all obll- ,
Kations Tor the flsc.V year.
The city budget as announced b>"
the Board of Aldermen and sent baric '
to the Council will also como up for .
action. The hoard rut out tho appro?
priation for Increase <5f salaries o"
the city officials r.nd added a llttlo to
Human skeleton* In Churchyard.
Contractor Qcorge W. Tucker, while
excavating on Saturday for an addition
to tho rear of Market Street M. K. ,
Church, unearthed several human skel?
etons. They are thought to be the i
bones of persons buried there during '
the si^-ge of Petersburg, when, because
of danger, burials could not bo made
In Bland ford Cemetery', by reason of
shells from the Federal batteries. In
a number of churchyards end private [
yards of the city bodies of soldiers and
citizens were burled In lS'il-'65. Most
of them were removed to Blandfo:d
after the war.
Sunday School I'acerclses.
The Methodist Sunday School Asso- '
elation of Petersburg and vicinity held j
Its regular meeting Sunday afternoon
in the church at Matoaca. All tho
schools with the exception of Market
Street were represented, and these re?
ported an aggregate average register
for tho past month of 1,979, average
attendance of 1,644, or 73 per cent. Tho
Matoaca school rendered an excellent
program of recitations, singing, etc., 1
and brief addiesses were delivered by !
Iaham R. Dyer and Walter A. William
High Street M. E. Church had its !
! annunl children's day services last
! night, with a crowded and Interested
1 congregation present. This is tho larg?
est Sunday school In the city. The
! program was both ela'.ior.tto, novel and
, beautiful. The address was delivered
by the pttslor. Rev. W. li. Atwlll.
There was a very large attendance
Sunday morning upon the children's day
exercises nt the First Baptist Church.
; The address was delivered by tho pas?
tor, Rev. U. M. Koper, D. D., and a very
pleasing and instructive program was
Personal nnd Otherwise.
Tho two Pythian lodges of this city
will Jointly meet Oh the evening of
June 20, Eureka as tin: guest of Naomi.
.V line program Is being arranged for
toe o'.-rnsiun The grand chancellor and
ntaff. from Richmond, will bo present.
stute Chairman .tcsso Newcdmb, of
j tho Roosevelt wing of the Republican
! party, this morning received a private
I telegram from Dr. J. B. Mulligan, the
party's representative In Chlougo, to
the etfect that "live delegates from Mls
f Slsslppl and live from Georgia had Just
Hopped from Taft to Roosevelt and that
It was bei loved that Tuffs name would
not be presented to tho convention."
Miles B. Branch, u well-known cltl
/.?:. of Dinwlddle, la seriously ill at his
home in that county.
Captain .lohn S. Mott, of Dlsputanta,
pasi.1 through tho city to-day en route
to Lexington to attend the meeting of
the alumni of the Virginia Military ln
ttltute, of which ho Is a member.
I'pldomlc of Hydrophobia.
ISpct In! to The Tlrrtes-Dlspatch.)
W1lmtngt,On, :N*. ?.'?. June 17,? An
epidemic of hydrophobia has broken
0 It among the canlnrs of Wilmington.
? ? I as tho result ti number of poo
, pie have been bitten. Tno heads or
tho dogs all showed they Were suf
?forln& from rabies, and the victims
have been given tho Pasteur treat?
ment. A little son Of Rev, K. C. Sell,
pastor of Trinity Methodist <:hiircii
here, was otic of the latest victims.
FINALS AT V. M. I.
Baccalaureate Sermon on Sunday
Preached by Rev. William
CADETS ON DRESS PARADE
iymnasium Exhibition Followed
by Presentation of Ath?
[Special to The Ttmos-Dlspateh.1 ! '
Lexington, Vu . .line- 17.?'fho bnc- 1
ialaureate sermon .'t Iho V. M. 1. on
iunduy morning waB preached by too
tv. William 'Cosby Uell, of the Thoo- ,
eglcal Seminary of Alexandria. Kov. |
Uell lu especially sutle-d for his '
usk, having been for several years
the rector ot lie tf-eo Memorial
;htircta of Lexington. In this capu- ?
ity ho came to know ami to under
land the cadet and his life.
Guard mounting, which begins the
icw day In barrack life, was the hist
hing on the program for Monday,
fhen followed Uut'a manual, the
Favorite exercise of me spectators,
'his strenuous exercise, performed
vlth the utmost accuracy to the
hythmlc swing of music, always de
lgiits the spectators, 'i'lie customary
alute of soventeen guns was next ?
ired for the board <>f v'sltors. which
lonslsfs of tu,- following members:
Ion. K. A. James, Danville, presiaent;
Colonel Joseph Button, Richmond; cap
M. B. Cor:-.. Lexington; Uenorui
Charles G. Anderson, Richmond; (Jen.:
'. C, Gaughn, I-'ranklln; Captain Tom
L'ate, Pulaskl; I! :. Franc's 1-. Smith,
Uoxandrla; . Adjutant-General \V. \v.
?ale, Richmond; Mr, Kgglcsston, Staun
on. und George Browning.
At 11 o'clock the battalion was form
id and put through the fencing-like
novements of bayonet exercises. At
1:30 o'clock the rlllo competition for ?
ompany teams and individual cups
vas held. Three cups aro presented
?ach year to the company team, com
)osed of the four best snots in' tho
lompany, making the highest score,
,nd to the individual making the high
:st score in the battalion.
Special Details As'einb'cd.
After n rest ot hvo hours', the spc
:Lnl details were assembled. These
ire the signal detail, which works
vlth llaga, helagraphs and buzzers;
lie first aid t > tho Injured detail,
.vhich demonshrates ihe different
nethods of bandaging and transport
ng the wounded, and tno artillery
Tho battalion was next formed ln
o thre battnllor.? of three companle-3.
Ingle rank, for regimental review.
Fhjs review was before the board ot
?Isltor's and was followed Immediate- ;
y by regiment.,1 parade. The long
line presented by this arrangement
presents a beautiful spectacle, and!
rhen It wheels into column of cotn
lanlea the effect is inspiring.
The original program was slightly
changed, and t :. ? society hop took the
?dace of the final german to-night.
Phe gymnasium was tastefully deco
?nted, and the yoving couples danced
Into tho small hours.
Members of the class of lf'O?. of which
/here is u reui on this year, aro pour?
ing in. There are prospects of a rec
>rd-broaklng attettdance at these flnuis.
The members of the hoard of vlsl
:ors were entertained Sunday afternoon
iy Judge Ix-tcher.
Cadet R Howard, ot St. Eoulu. enter?
tained ,i number of friends St a lunch?
eon to his sister .Monday evening just
before the dance. The chaperons were
Famous Dancer Gives
(Alleen Moore, In Beauty's Mirror.) |
1. .. learned the s:.cret of iDolores's I
entrancing beauty?the wondrous
charm that has dasxled the courts of
Europe, a-hd captivated vast .audiences
everywhere. Tho famous dancer aut?
hors rouges and cosmetics. Yet, de?
spite th)4 a:renuoslity of har life, she
retains the incomparable complexjon.
?est desor.V-d as "lndcacribaJble." An
Intimate friend tells me the se.nor.ta
regularly uses on her face whax drug?
gists know aj>. rn;;rcolized wax. This
is applied at r.ight in the manner cold
cream W used and washed off in the
morning. It absorb* the dead parti?
cles of skin -.vliich daiiiy appea.n, and a
.'a'.r. soft. Ir'-.sh, girlish complexion !s
always -<n evidence
Dolores's skin io Trot mar-red .by a
single w-rink ?>. not ? ven the -finest line,
She wards tr.ese off by dally bUthlng
the f.'ece Jin a f-olutlon mad* by d!?~s-olv
inz an ounca of powdered saxol'.te !n
a half t>'.:.- witch hazel. AS yo\i.r dfug
stores k?-'i t.htso ingredients, as whU
as morcol-ize l wax (one otinivj -of this
Is suflielcnt), no doub-t your readers
-' ?? tills Information.
Three Cameras Free
For DAISY Bread Labels
First week's contest closes Saturday,
' June 22, at noon.
Ask your ; -r,rer for DAISY Rread, save
the labels .. . I send or bring them to our
office as above.
I American Bread and
fi l ast Lclfth Street.
See Our Windows
WH MAKE A SPECIALTY
Of pncklni usohold goods and china
;? r shipment
Slt-t irt-f tr. West Brosd Street.
HAVE YOU SEEN
New Method Gas Ranges
Pettit & Co.'s?
Just .is fast as the most popular
song hits of the day are sung the
Victor Company make tin- records
and we offer them to you; thus
you may enjoy in your own home
entertainment which for variety
and real pleasure cannot be had
You are cordially invited to call
and let us play your favorites for
Succeisurn C'nblc I'lnuu Cu.
'-'!:'. i.mm llronil .Street.
Mrs. Cros3. Colonel and Mrs. Cleaves,
Captains Edwards and Anderson.
Finals weif opened most auspiciously
with the Opening hol? on Friday night. |
After n cooling rain, which stopped
some time before the dance began, the 1
temperature was ideal for e.inclng.
While by no means ull of the girls and
only u small percentage of the alumni
hud arrived, tho lloor was well tilled.
Tho dancing continued until after '1
The customary gymnasium exhibition
furnished entertainment for a large
ana appreciative crowd of spectators.
The woilt of the gymnasium team was j
of a high order and was highly enjoy- I
able. After the work on tho different I
pieces of apparatus was comi leted a I
wrestling bout between Cadets lloun- |
tree and Itohertson was scheduled. I
Pyramid building by tho gymnasium
team followed, and the exhibition was
closed by a three-round boxing match
between Cadets H. Randolph ani lloi.
Colonel Patton next presented Col?
onel Ford, to whom was assigned the
presentation of tho Williamson Qraham
cup. Thin cup is given each year to the ]
best all-around athlete in the corps by !
Mr Graham, of Lexington, whose son, j
Williamson Graham, -tied during tho I
summer before ho was to matriculate
us a cadet. The honor lay between Ca?
dets A. Owen and B. Clarkson. Both
are monogram men In football, basket?
ball and baseball, R was finally
awarded to Cadet Archer A. Owen, Jr.
Rev. OEcnr Randolph, of the I^exlng
ton Kpiscopal Church, presented the
monograms, which were kau in basket
ball, bafebnll and gymnasium the past '
year. In a short speech ho Itated the
significance nnd honor of winning a
monogram Tho men who received,
Basketball?I. Erring (captain).
Strotld, I>. Fwtng, Beech. B. Clarkson, :
l.owry. A. Owen and Bong (manager). 1
Baseball?Reed (captain). C. Moore.;
Throckmorton. Grove. R. Miller. Bryan.
Creswell, Witt. B. Clarkson, Dicklr.h,
Bowel! and Dalton (manager).
Gymnasium ? Shotwell tcaptain), Jcn
iiing?. und special monograms to the
members of the least.
After this the lloor was cleared and
an informal dance given by the alumni
was enjoyed by the younger folks.
Banking continued until 1- o'clock.
This dance was especially enjoyed on
account of the absolute Informality of
Accrpi? fall to Cincinnati.
(Special t.i The Times-DUp?tch.]
Harri.'onburg, Va? Juno IT?Rev.
' John W. Mitten of Grottoes, has ac
; eepted a call to the First Church of the
j Brethren in Clneln-nitl. O.
Alexandria School* Close.
[Special to The Tl'mcs-Dlspartch. ]
Alexandria. Vru. June 17.?The clo.?
Injr exercises of the white pub:ie
schools wens r>*'.d to-day. Cards of
honor were awarded by Super'ntendont
W. If. Sweeney ani Oierk Harry K'.rk.
Forecast i Kor Vlrginta?showers.
"LTd" COO,Cr TucBau> ? WedueTdlT:
t or .Vorth Carolina?Local thunder
Showers and ?ouienhnt cooler
tl"> uuu Wednesday. "
Special Local um? f?r Vest er day.
12 noon temperature . ' sc
3 P. M. tempei ature .' ti
" ,Munl temperature up to 's
Minimum'" Urnp'ferjst?re* "up'' i?"s 93
Mean Ten')p', ratIire sS
Normal temperature .?e
bxcesa <n temperature " j
Uenolency m temperature stnoe
Maroli l . -,
Accum, deficiency in temperature
since January l .
Rainfall last twenty.four hours.'!
bxeess In rainfall since March 1
Accum, excess In rainfall alncc
January 1 . . K?
Local Observations s i\ M. YeMerdaT.
i en. pe I'm tu re .
Humidity . . ?J
Wind, direction .v i
Rainfall lust twelve hours ".'.'.'.Trace
CONDITIONS IN IMPORTANT cities
(At 8 P. M. Eastern Standard Time.)
tahlvm Ihcr. H. T. I. T. Weather.
AShevllle - 74 90 72 Cloudy
Atlanta . S2 X6 74 Clear
Atlantic city. 02 so 61 Cloudy
. ?? s? ?s cioudy
'J . 62 SO ftg p. cloudy
Calgary . 72 72 62 clem
Charleston .. sj 9? sj cir?r
I Chicngo . CS 70 K0 Clear
[:?l'v,7 ?2 Ha in
!^u,lut?> . -r'2 5? 48 Cloudy
iGalvoston ... 80 84 SO Cloudy
I Matteraa .... 78 -? 78 Clear
Havre ....... 63 70 44 Clear
Jacksonville.. '.'0 94 80 Clear
Kansas City.. 54 66 r.t cloudy
Louisville ... 74 7S 72 Cloudy
-Montgomery.. SS ?2 7s Clear
New Orleans. 84 . 90 82 Clear
New York.... 7 1 si Ca Ka'n
Norfolk . 74 91 74 Cloudy
Oklahoma ... 54 70 54 Rain ?
Pittsburgh ..72 SO 70 Cloudy
Italolgh . 88 94 82 Clear
fit. I.'.iils .... 68 ?4 f,s Rain
St. Paul . 58 tio 4S Cloudy
pan Francisco BS 7S 56 fclcar
Savannah ... 88 94 82 Clear
Spokano . SO 82 60 Clear
Tampa. 81 92 Si Cloudy
Washington.. 70 ss 72 p. cloudy
Winnipeg . . . 60 tit .10 Cloudy
Wythevillo . . 70 86 70 Cloudy
Juno 18. 1912.
Sun rises.... 4:50 Morning...'. 6:48
6uu sets. 7:33 Evening.... 7:lit
ALL HF DESIRFS
Champ Clark Will Make No
Fight on Temporary Pre?
TWO-THIRDS RULE DISCUSSED
It May Be Changed, but Not to
Affect This Year's
Baltimore, Md., June 1".?Adherents
Ot Speaker Champ Clark for iho presi?
dential Humiliation came out openly
here and made It known that they
would not light on the temporary
chairmanship, and that any' man
worthy ot the oftlcc would be agree?
able to them. ,
News ot the Clark poslt'on on the
temporary chairmanship was mudo
know n by United stutes Senator Stone,
ot Missouri, the floor louder of the 1
? .'lark forces, on the convention floor. |
Senator Stone came over from Wash
lllgton and conferred w'th National
Chairman Mack and other committee- ,
men. . When .Senator Stone wag In
formed that the arrangements commit- i
t. was trying to find a man for the \
temporary chairmanship who was
neutral to all candidates for the prcsl
dential nomination, he said;
"I urn for Champ Clark for presi?
dent. The naiues of several men have !
been suggested to mo lor the tem?
porary chairman, but I desiro to *ay
that any man worthy to preside with
dignity and fairness lr satisfactory to
inc. The friends of Speaker Clark
cannot afford to be split up over the
conferring of the mere fleeting honor
"l a minor office.
Senator Stone suld that While he be?
lieved that nine out of ten Democrats
were for the abrogation of the two
thirds rule for the nomination, he did
not believe that there would be any
Action tarten toward Its abolishment
*t this convention.
The boom for Mayor Oaynor started
*n tin- name of the "Democratic Asso?
ciation of New York," became actlvo
;>tte to-day with the arrival of Jacob
A. Canter and William ?. Black from
New York. A Oaynor dinner was
given to-night, which was attended
by friends of Mayor Gaynor in Bal?
timore, and a resolution was passed
pledging the association to work for
Mayor Gaynor's nomination.
The high cost of living Is to bo one
Of tile principal plnnks in the Demo?
cratic platform. National committee
tnen say this Is nn leme affecting
every one alike, and already the Con
hunters' League has urged that the
party take definite action on tile rjucs.
lion In its platform. Just what form
this plank will take has'not been in?
dicated, but the Deinocrut'c leaders
say It will receive close consideration
by the resolutions comrn'ttee.
Senator Culherson. of Texas, was In
the city to-day to look after the con?
vention quarters for 160 Wilson
boomers, who are coming up from
Texas. Dlscuss'ng tho question of
whether the two-thirds rules should
be changed. Senator Culbersoji said:
' The rule should stand at the present
? onvention. If It Is to be chunged it
lid be taken up at this convention,
discussed and then placed before the
Dcmocrahls of the country, state by
Btate, for their dec'slon The rule
should not he changed unless It Is
I ratified iby tnc D?mocrats of the ma
j Jority of the States."
, A crusade against pickpockets snd
1 thieves, who are waiting to prey up' n
By Prominent Man
Gardener Residing on Williams?
bnrg Road Talks Frankly On
_ The most interesting facts in connec?
tion with the introduction of the remark?
able new tonic, "Tona Vita," in Rich?
mond arc contained in the statements of
those who have given the tonic a trial.
Among such statements is the follow?
ing by Air. Peter Wyson Alcv, a well
known gardener residing on Williamsburg
Road, about three miles from Richmond.
"Tor about eighteen months I had been
all run down and lacked energy necessary
for the performance of my daily .work.
I suffered greatly front stomach trouble.
Gas would form after eating, and I would
suffer great discomfort from this and a
dull, heavy feeling in stomach and bowel-.
I was nervous, excitable and irritable.
I decided to try 'Tona Vita,' and after
the use of two bottles consider myself .1
well man. I recommend it to any ?.n<:
suffering from trouble similar to mine."
One of the specialists who arc explain?
ing the nature of the new tonic to the
public at the Polk Miller Drug Company,
Xo. 834 East Main Street, between I lie
hours of 9 A. M. and 8 P. M., in speaking
of Mr. Aley's statement, said: "Few of
the public fully realize as yet what a
wonderful medicine 'Tona vita' is. In
Europe a similar preparation has been
indorsed by some of the greatest per?
sonages, including the surgcon-gcncra| of
, the French army, but the tonic is new to
; the United Slates. However, the thou
I sands ?,f half-sick men and women who
arc victims of nervous debility, and the
I general ill health that this disease pro
Id uccs, will soon realize- what a blessing
the tonic is.
Chiei among the symptoms of nervous
debility arc lack of energy, stomach and
bowel troubles, nervousness, depression
of spirits, sleeplessness, little vitality,
headache*, dull pain in the bark, poor
circulation, cold feet, dizzy spells, spots
before the eyes and uneasy sleep. To
! any individual suffering from these symp
! toms ' Tona Vita' is a positive relief
"Comparatively few reali/.e what .t
! tremendous number of people among
those who live in the larger cities like
' Richmond are afflicted with nervous de?
bility in a more or less aggravated form.
' NV.r does the public recognize the
I toms of this disease when they see them,
i 'Tona Vila' will repair ::11 organic
'weaknesses and build up and rest ro
the body to a healthy, normal eon
I dition in an astonishingly short space "f
j time. There is no better eviden i i i
i merit than that which is shown b; the
i testimony of those who have actually
? tested a medicine, and we are receiving
i just sutlt evidence from scores of people
[ who have found 'Tona Vita" to be as
I the convention crowd>. Is to he coiu
I menced early next week by the notice.
' who plan to arrest all crocks nnd
I hold them In Jail until the conventl i
\ 'b over. Out-of-town crooks will be
ld?r.tl:led by ponce brought he: c from
[ other cities.
i [Special to Th.- Timos-Dlspatch )
Frederlcksburs;. Va., Ju:,< it?Irving
IC. Dunn, of King and Queen county,
, and Miss Clara France? Fletis, daugh
; ter of Mrs. Anna \V. Field!, of M
. boro, Md., were marr ed a few
ago at the home of the bilde
la brief wedding trip the couple ? ;1
make their home at DragOf.Vllle, 'i
I King and Queen county.
Are Your Files in Order?
Have vow transferred the past year's corre?
The feature of Library Bureau's transfer?
ring system is that your current and old cor?
respondence is made equally accessible.
Our new booklet explains this method and
gives many valuable suggestions for filing.
Free on application.
D. S. WILLIAMS, Stlo Af?a!
Manufacturing distributors of
Card and filing tjitean Office, library aad bask equipment
Unit card and filing cabinet* in wood and iteel
Madison 4281 1218 Mutual IJnildiniJ
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Aches and Pains
Protect your family?your loved ones?against them.
Have in your home a bottle of Noah's Liniment, the best
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for rheumatism, stiff Joints, neuralgia, strains,
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! Be ready for the emergency by having Noah's
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and sold by all dealers in medicine; three sizes,
25c, 50c, and $1.00.
If It isn't satisfactory, go to your dealer and
ask for the return of your money. It is yours and
we want you to have it.