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Will You Spend ONE DOLLAR
to Elect Wilson President?
How deep is your conviction that this government onght to be in new hands, ia
clean hands ?
How much are you in favor of a clean slate from Wilson and Marshall clear dows
the line to the wry smallest offices in your locality?
The Democr attona! Committee has every reason to believe that every pro
wnasaiiii voter is > spend a dollar to eiect Wilson and Marshall and their ticket.
And that thousands are anxious to contribute to the Wilson Campaign Fund in
amounts of $2. JIV $10 and $20. tm
To such we Quake our appeal. To such we must look for victory.
Tillie An Im*rx>rtant Factor
Thia ia another case ? - -te ia ttaor
Tbe en ray have their tunda? sap plied instantly try
We have corr a fear dave aad contributions to ha effec
Sfre moat be rrceivad at ai I
There is no quest .on i - Peof tt being
**" to deff?
er it ?' n la volume and ari'.! hs need ia
Bot to be effective st anust be received and used within
ate nert lew d
ctaon is abeo ? I^et os hare your
contritwatana oa sat uar tnends and
Cjo-workers today if possible, tornonv" rata,
How Your Money Will Be Spent
indard bea-rr. haa never had
ular cr r ace himeeli
yKon&nm Wi ?r., on:
H e has never coed ape
la the spo:.. ghl_
rarest wo*-** *;
?be tnoat expedhkaca. c
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ot undrrstar.- ai; res ol his p.ationm.
this a*rr _
\f' (liaai* ? who c. ?o?t rs. z:.t~* .
icraonelv. and without a pt - an ua
***? e know yoo har* cocndc-ice ?-t v -ng srvrl
Why the Dollar CounU
rs? the forres of
.et eada ar*
Ia 1Mb carr
birt iaafpen ce ? thoee m
atrtataea tn anv c
tba red tor
ti.araet tha ai pressed wi
?aviahry to frc thc vote
::arCV aa *-.rr>tr |
_ to*d aboct *i
sc- ^-trt*^*tx. t* oa*aceat
to Wtat li SJ/t
i do not dare to
vet- is being
? berne spent
? areal tnapreeeeoa of Wita oe.
roast depend on thc
aoav. We c&aat publish his record
that tao oae can cootr*
Head a List For the Fund
If you know ? Boa veter*, ot work In a place
where there are WiaSOB valera, take up a subscription inxa
atti of them.
"acne and tbe amoor.t of your subscription a*
a*ae t list and | voa.
Montlea tba name of this paper on yoaar lief.
Then crail f * K. Crane, V*ca
v- ataoaal Cooa
anittee, tVO Michigan Avenue. (
the eaoai eroei -?n individual, csa
- v c \. ng your b*..wt tor
B and Iaa rah* - ot h.
How to Contribute to the Wilson
v. the Coupon in a thc arneuaat
Then arr upon and mail
address gu rn on *. on,
oe all -hecks, money order 5 and address all coo*
tribution** to C. k crane. Nice Chairmen 1 Inanes
Committee Democratic National Committee, 900 Mich?
igan Avenue. Chicago. III.
* newap*- -g your nanrae
as a 1
w .--d as a Wj.son con*
.ocr letter aol!
Dc aoo*a hands in ha
who do the work and tighe
Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund
Aa a be *?t*t ia tha pi hst seal is I daahl ot soaaramaat rapra
aaatad la tba caadadary of Woodrow WOaoa tor Pr sal ri ant ol' (ava
Vaitaa. State*, aad to tha and that h* cr taha tha ofitoa fi aa
t: ta*.kS to noaa bat tha eaoplt of tha
wjta ta co?atrt=ta th roach yow tba aaa mt g..... ?..??
toarard th* ?hm*i at Gu*. Wiiaoaa earn pal sa.
R. F. D.
ARE YOU SICK?
For Poison Blood
Purifies tbe Blood, Clean**.* the Li\ er,
Oears the Skin, Strengthens the Nerves,
Increases the appetite. r Catarrh,
Scrofula, Scrofulous Humors, Ulcers*
H timora and Pimples on the Pace. Conj ti patron. Headache,
Pains ta the beck, and ali Blood d'tsmosc* trorn any cause
For Chills & Fever
Of ail scientific C f alarie end Ague
caret. "CHI L-LAX" is the world's greet*
esL Absolutely sure, safe and harmless to
' the peraon taking it, yet so extremely fetal
to the malaria germ that m moat creases rt drives the po*soo
aatirely out of the syatcm in 3 days, A Mild Family Laxative
The New Discovery
For RHEUMATISM and GOUT. doot>
seated ead eppereatlv hopeless oaaes, any
age or cor*d?t*oo~ Used by Specialists tn
every tltaariar caf the Globe. Pleasant to take
wich ocaeapc**tjaads, eare-eli* end Ikurn en ta
Cure Tour Kidneys
For Had racy, Bladder and Lr nary Diseases,
which, if neglected, often leads to Bright's
' Daateaae. KIDNEY FLUSH h a sefe, speedy
atTsd satisfactory raesedy tor lostg a tan dirag
KIDNEY tremble, pot a seeing a tvonderfui endeapric power
5EVI HUNDRED DOLLARS IN
TO be: distributed by
THE VIRGINIA GAZETTE
IN ITS GBEAT
! O) CD
FIRST PRIZE, S400 PIANO
Rules and Regulations M afore Published Hold
iiood in ihis Contest
The Following Merchants Give Valuable Prizes and Coupons.
Ask for . Nm pun)
JAS. H STONE
LANE & CHRISTIAN
lies1 Wai rh.
OU Dominion Variety Shop
C. J PEBSON
W. A. BOZARTH
Complete Line of Hardware
J. F. RANDOLPH
Gents' Furnishings. Shoes
Leather Couch. \ alu*
YORK FURNITURE CO.
Carpets, Stoves iii ri > j jj : i ? \ u ii i *;??
Mall, Beefsteak Tomato.
The man wbo 1 the >
steak tomato la Tho mt
waa ? In this I
ot hlRh prices, wheo many a family
baa almost f **ak
looks, at l*aat In Un sirloin or POI
and abo tantlal tomato la a
?aluabl* add.'lon to tbe aum of hu?
man happiness. Tbe same la ca'
Inc. Tbe vegetable Itself la atlll
more ao Not every large -
tomato ls a tra* b**-*fsteak. Tbe lat?
ter ls crimson In color, not
Hon?If you have a good eye
shade*. Tbe akin of a beefsteak to?
mato la close fitting. Borrer loos**
are few and tb* flesh ls soil!
t. Half a pound of beefst*ak to?
mato la almost as much of a meal
aa half a pound of fll?*t du boeuf. also
aa aucculent and joley. Tomatoes
are Dot prohibitive in price at this
tims, and they are good three times
a day Don't alica them. Give each
Individual a whole ooo and rooelva
Insect's Cali Means a bea
Th< r*! Ir a ru;
ls usually heard in the spring or
ha house will
In the year. Persona wbo are
ons are never very strict In
? r tho pr.
a person dies
In tb*) or out of lt. In the same
? nth watch was
h< ard, or ar ms it th** At!.. that
or even acquaintance, the
p? mon who hears tl and the
p* rson dying, the event ls sure to be
oct fd with the prophetic eounda
of tba insect.
RlK-nor tl, In an Interview in
praised American de*
" he Bald, "you respect
vhat he ia himself?not
tor ' family ls?and thus yon
k -vlf>n?r In Itoingna
my first wlreleaa
y grandmother'e g*rd?**n*r
and I vera working on my ap.
par**- r a young count
?1 us one day. and while he
us work the count boasted
of big lineage.
"The gardener, after listening A
d and said:
"'If you como from an ancient fame
Hy, lt's so much worse for you. slr;
aa we gardeners aay. the older
tbe aced, the worse the crop.'"
**Tbere goes Bllfura. Ho
"Have pity <>?. an unfortunate man does anything on a bet or a dare."
wbo can't get work." "A conservative person.**
"Good beavens! Aro 700 oonv Tea. In fact, haa ao e*onaerva>
ptalntn*- that you bave no work ta : rive that ba novar doaa anything ort
thia awful beatr^Soailra. j time."