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William C. Burnett Looked Up
on Warrant Charging Grand
c?. was arr
tain i t Di t
teottvc At kin
Fifth and Bf
custody i'ii a
ItlK tn It llVO t' - C
last nijghl declined la niaki any state.
0! YOUHO HORS
Found by Neighbor Lying
Pool of His Own
[Spcotni'to Tho tlm. I spatch.]
In? all Mlglit and part of >< itcrda.y
to which litt lud milde Iii? way III
prodarlous condition bj William
I'arp.-nt. v. who went to the house f
the purpose of buying a cow. Sin
the death of his dstor. Miss C'aruli:
Baker, several iu<:>iithn tiiro. Mr. B?k
had been ilvlnij atom,-', and but for 1!
timely arrival 61 Mr. Carpenter t
suffere union pain as Um rostilt of cu
? ? ireii that if Ids Injuries do ti<i| pro
lellors 'n a
i ? "f ,\u>-.
Young Men Fixing to Be
Off to College?
Here's your new fall outfit Hat Shoes Shirts
Suits Overcoats, all just in tIiis week to be in time
'Twould take a writer with Wallace Irwin's origi?
nal phraseology to invent new terms describing the
odd fabrics, novel patterns and weaves shown in our
new fall suits for young nun. We only urge you to
come n and give your eyes a treat.
Suits, $15 to $25.
Overcoats, just as odd and attractive, SIN to $40.
Natty Soft Hats, $2 up.
Soft Velours just across from Vienna -$5 and $6.
i'Ih- Deny Shoe the young man's ideal $3.50,
under the- shade bf ;> tree along tho
roadside. Itti was horn In lianoaster,
Pa1., slxty-th. years ago. and was
tho engineer In charge of tho ("um
berland Valley Itallroiid cxiension from
Martinsburg, \\, Va., lo Winchester.
II, was agehi of that railroad at hun?
ker Hill a number of yenrs; II' leaves
a widow, who was formerly Miss Eliz?
abeth Clehdohlng. <.f Hunker Mill. W.
Va.; one daughter, Mrs. licorgo 10, ll.otu
pon, of Winchester: one son. Kr?}d
Milse, member of I tip faculty of a col?
lege In Connecticut; one brothor,
I'hnrles P. I.alse ami on,, slsl-r. Mrs
?'. n Henson, both of Bmilisr mil. 11"
was a member of th" Mcfhodlit Ep'?
copal Chiiri'h, Trllumlnat Lodge, of Mu?
ttons nnd of the hLiiiellis of Pythias
lodge of Mlddlewrij" W Va
(Cohtinued From i tr.st Pa'ir#.)
Wyoming -;. A. Hopkins nnd .loht:
Wisconsin .1 a Ayiwsrd and wn
litm V. Wolfe.
District or Columbia?Henry K
navies and Patrick J llaitlgan.
A perfect Tooth Wash and ,1 safe and
efficient antiseptic for sore mouths. For
! ui ? ! by the eminent
This wash will r\.\ for your mouth and
teeth what nr. other preparation can. It
is hiehb recommended und has stood th
lest 1 r 40 Years;
At Reliable Dealers.
25c, 50c an 1 $1.00.
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r se ??j-'bd ? :? b#-> tH'e ' ....^'fys;
:: DISPATCH* Sept. 8th ]
Cut cut th? ?bo?e coupon, with fiva oilers of eontecutWo dnlei. r.-i<l present
ihtm this nli-c* y.\'h t' ? expense b" i :j amount herein n l opposite ,iny Mylo
of Dirt;or?r-^ erlectod 'ivMc!* reran the items of Iba eo?t of patkintr, ?-xpres?
\ Tite $4.00 I
Wl BS1 El? I AN '
? rounded; beauti
b arc maps :? n i i i i
J> cr>lor pla '.-?, ntinv i is
^ educations charts and tip
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ry i; : ; ill lished by '.lie original pub- *}'
r'a ' . ' >:iary r.r by their ?-?? r ;. ?
''entirely x-.w compilation by the world's <?
iti i ir :n leading universities; i; bound in <?
: r. I?! stamped in i;<>ld on back and %
?< Bible p it. With red < dvjes and corners <I
'able. B'-Mdes the general content-! there <t
s beautifully illustrated by three- rr- ?
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t Untied States
ustrated by three- r^r?- 2
nes, 16 pages ol |ls*(^"J,* ?$
j (lensu . Present ? ao/?
this office SIX Consecutive Dictionary Coupons and the
I The ?3.00
* t' ? time
is i'.yie ci
iiich it in
I l>:? TIONARY
?j> Iliustruted ,
jr With toutre ee? ers. SIX
'? CoiuicuUts Coupon? nnd tue
\v r; nsTE BIA N
IMC i .'ONARY
T? in plain cloth biini- <;
ir.?r, ftampeil in field <\
snd black : has ssma *;
P?ier, Itine illu:tra. >;
< Di, but all
.I the col
jliniuinico orca p|,.,,
Qf Al""' ChSftl are omitteJ. SIX
OiC t?n?ecutiy? Couoval ?nd tl<?i
An7 Bonk bf MaQ, 22c Eitra fo- Putos?
H?ww??w niwiaul Mil I I +mmK*r?^*0*??I ?nil. w.-lwi..,ii.Mi.,?fT
Acting Deputy Then Takes Re?
mains to Staunton?Olficcr
Not R lamed.
IS.r.lal to Tnd Inmcs-Dlspatch.;"
Staunton, \'a. September ?J. C.
Durmill, swum in against his will as
(ieiiiity sheriff to go t., Crulgsvlllo ami
bring back dead or nilvo SVarroii
Tonilliisoii, who had bi ? n threatening
lo kill iifliti I.uck. Ill'toen .? .us o)kl.
wb'M Inni refused t" (iittrrj hiuti woiii
I to Ct-nlgsvilie ill mi<ldu>, met Tomlln
?Oli Iii tliii road, tabi him i" consider
himself under ai'rcsl, and ivlien Toni
im. i'ii utlchiiJte? in draw a levojvor,
! S'olvei' t'lioimh tin- heart, causing his
death within live minutes, lie tlieti
I eluseil his L'i't'S, laid nltii out. put hirii
hi a cunin and bought the h...);.? in
Staiinton lo-hlght, wiien. an Inquest
Oillcern at CralgsyilH were afraid m
.pt.-ni'ii (i, arreHi Ti!)ii"inson, hut on"
t i in pointed him out to iJilrtial).
ii.ill. ail oiif. iiier. was nuniinoried. Uar
liall I< ,i member of tin- Siauhtoii miles
Iis e;isiioss Is setting fruit trees. He
roinlliisiiii was about thirty-ii'visi
. I the ? ? htent w.-irkr. No attempt I iitt
and no blame Is httnehed to him.
Ilo ;l ! lias been lo hiding for a week
!ot tear of bi llig killed
Broiling Weather Yesterday
Placed Richmond Third in
Nation's Heat Scale.
At Chlttlbornzo, 94; on the street. 39
This was yostorday's thermal record,
.is expressed by the United States,
Weather Bureau station and the kiosk ,
in ?'))itol Square, Not so bad as last j
Sunday by' degrees, but up with
the hottest of tilt :.. since. The sun
bual down all duy from a cloudless
sky. und, to malte matters worse, the
dinky slx-mlle wind which tho Weather
Bureau says was blowing came straight I
from the Gulf of .Mexico.
As upon tho other hot days of the
v.. . k. it began broiling early in the
morning and cdntlj.d that way with?
out Intermission until nightfall. At 11!
i'clock noon the thermomet. r registered
'.'0 on the hilltops and live degrees more
on the street. Three hours later tho
mercury had climbed another degree,
reaching tho high mark at !? I degrees
shortly before i o'clock, At 8 o'clock !
lust night the o.Hclnl reading showed
i hat tho city was still far from CDol
under ii temperature of 82.
Closes Warm Week,
v . terday ' tided a week Which beg in
last Sunday with a temperature of '.'6.2,
the liottesl September 1 ever recorded
by the local Weather Bureau, on Sep
tember 3 the th rmometer dropped to
It I, with Utile apparent diminution In
ih> heal wav". The worst that Septem?
In r .: could do was 89j which was still
far icon ciol. but on the day follow?
ing. September t. there was a decided ;
drop to ;v Thai was Wednesday, the I
coolest day of the week. Thursday I
saw the mercury climb back to SJ>, !
while P-rlddy'; with a reading of t?5.
was one of the hottest September days
Oklahoma, where the thermometer
reached as. biro off the record yester?
day ns the warmest spot In the 1'nilod '
States Kansas City came next with
??? and Richmond, Louisville, St. Louts
and N. w Orleans stood as the third h"t
tesl cities In the country, with heat
II JOINT DEBATE
Turnbtill and Watson Address
Large Gathering of Voters
11 Sp- ciai to I'lio Tlmes-Ulspat?h.j
Clarksvllle, Va , September 7.?-A I
largo gathering of voters of the
' ? Congressional District met in
ClarketiVillii this afternoon to bear
the '..int discussion between COri
gfossliiiin Itoberi Turnbull tM his
oppoiionti judge W. A. Watson There
v ? present representative voter!
I'l'dtn almost every county In the ,|iy
? riot. Tlx meeting was called to or
H'.'r by Thomas II. own, precinct
i halriiiun. Thumus N. Williams, in a
??? ili highly commendatory of .Mr.1
Turhbuil. Introduced him to the Hu.
tileiieei in <? Btrong sp<.h of i.jie;
inude broadcast throughout the district
thai If had accomplished tinning dut'-i
lug Ills teiui of service, pointing I'll
Iiis committee appoint men is, to the
valuable work of these committees und
to thin many bills of public interest In!
th- enactment of which he had taken!
.litdge Hein- Wood In a few Words:
introduced1 judge Watsrtn to tho atidi-l
< rico, iludgr Watson began his ad !
mail ftvlro introduced Mr. Tut nbull. I
ulloniug that this gentleman had de-I
putted irdm ihd usual courtesies by
milking a veiled attack upon him; He
I that after such action on tho
i t of this gentleman, be was not|
or .Ml th?\ the voters "f M... '.I
lenhurg had retired him from pii'^lTiij
Mr. Wnlsoti made an able add res*. I
iliat ib. IhciimbOnt had an-1
ctimpilshed practically nothing for the
of his district, that of litte on bills
Prize Winner at Baby Show
Tim or in* i\Hfl?.
momiM Old, ?tili Of Mr. ??,| |5_ p, f) Icker | .nn v?r,|, *er?nrl
Mre.i im, ha by ...... n?<.ri!.,l ?!.<? Ilrnt prize In the rlnss f.., ililrtcrn
ntvaUhl lo mo farm ?Iii on labor Dnj.
Seven Thousand Men
Six Cylinder Packard
The Packard motor carriage shops have been
turned over to the new model?an unparalleled
concentration of energy and resources to
complete the production of Packard "38"
Perhaps you were among the hundreds who
wanted a Packard "48" and spoke too late.
The output of that model for summer and
fall was practically sold out six weeks after
the spring announcement.
Now you have an opportunity to reserve an
early delivery date for the new "38," consort
of the Dominant Packard Six.
In road efficiency, ease of riding and luxuri?
ous appointment, the smaller six typifies
Left drive and control; electric self starter.
Starting, lighting, ignition and carburetor
controls on steering column. Sixty horse?
power shown hy brake test.
The Packard "38" Line
Touring Car. five passengers.? 1150 Landaulet.$5300
Phaeton, five passengers. 4150 Imperial Limousine.5-100
Phaeton, four passengers.4150 Brougham. 5200
Runabout. 4050 Coupe?. 4500
Limousine. 5200 Imperial Coupe. AlM)
CATALOG IN RESPONSE TO POSTCARD REQUEST
Gordon Motor Company, Incorporated
12 17 West Broad Street, Richmond, V i r g i n i a
Introduced by htm four had been ins ft.
law, of which three were pensions ln
? reas.-K ntvl the other was for th?
KUrvej of Kdanoke Kiver; that ,t Bllki
l?r bill was Introduced and became a
law thirty-one years r>;.-o; that Mr ,
TurnbuUtfl bin carried hd ailhroprjatl n
I?vit simply provided for a rrpoit that
the remaining eleven blijs are supposed
to represent needed legislatl.ui ion
they had si' died a natural death.
His record sljowed no Koverumehl ap?
propriation, n,i public bulletins and not
even the establishment of a mall rbtlte.
Answering the charges that had been
made that he was candidate of th
man hud suggested hi* ? -r> rirl i'1
ho WA? und- r n? polll I j
to nhy man or rnai lilne; thai
riuoHflrations of nien i
spoctlve rttnpBS for .?fit<? ?-. i
Hint lib Mood foi th< ? ?? ni'
hamlet; for amendment)) '?<<
man anti-trust l?.wi tor lh<
Mr. Turnhnll ropll.
to 11 e hllek-ntlons rif ,
rcfi r 1*6(1 ihi- redlsti
Kotirth District; to
"tunning Dance Hull.
iv. colored, %vi*5i yestef?
.1 ? I 4 bj Mop st rate
in nf assaulting Wiiiia
taa li'dil for tho grand
B SVL & C| i ,
A.B'';;: ^lowers Given to the Ladles
?^a ^te&A rife da *
Ladies' Dep artment
TT I MMV, UT.DXESDA 1 Till It s t) X V.
1(13.4 D1 !"<>U VOt !t IXSl'ISCTIOjif
Women's Mnde-to-Mi nwure Suits, T?ll<>rril bj Hrn exclusively. Model* DrNlftned hy
DltKI.'OM,, I'M I. POinrOT nml R KU.\ A It I), .,f r.rl*.
Through our mllt-to-wearer proposition, elli Inallug all middlemen's profit, we are
In .i position to Bavo you half or over on ywi .-'nit; im,d with rtclriing's Ouar*
nnteed Silk; tailored and trimmed any way you may desire. I.OOii fabrics of any and
.ill textures, Made to your measure.
Values- $40, $50, $60, $75?Values
Kaeh order taken with post I v< guarantee li) (It you or refund your money. Call for samples. Let us prove.
? that we will save yo? ihn enormous profit made by tbc avcragi woman's tailor, and that our values
cannot be duplicated tor less lltaii Sin In *76
I, AD] BS1 TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
SOT .Norili SlTth Street, near Ilrond.