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Philadelphia Mob Plotted to
Bum Him Alive.
SAY HE ATTACKED CHILD
Italians Were Dragging Youth to
Stake, Shouting "Make It An?
other Coatesville," When
Police Saved Him.
Philadelphia, Sept. 5.?Possibly onl>
the? eoaraga anil quick wit of u lenn
peille email kept Philadelphia- ttou ?M
Ing disgraced by a repotltlon of tht
rule lyiM blag ut Loas park, ai
Sixty lift h ami Vino streets.
A crowd of BOTS than 100 Infuriate-?*)
Italians were- in the very act of hum
lag sllvs a rooag man Beared Ntook
de Btafaao, win? they ?U??-laro attacki'd
a thre-?- > e-.ir eihl girl, wlie-n Poll<**SOISt
Hill ratos spoa the scene.
D| the crowd swirling arnum! b
polnl ami hsariag lbs ft
the curses being skowsred on sosit
0? thing within the- Uroeg, Ill
prompt!) turnad la u riot ?all to tin
station hoaas ?ml then forrad hit ? ij
t.i Ike hcai e t>f the nuit), v. !
fouad ?Stefano, hi? ctotklng ripped
fr??il? his In '
ulilie- the- crowd fell Over I
boards mil I
ei My le..
le I I...
ii> Italians i
? .i and n
m offered to do bin
tbs mile? girl, M
bad told hum Stefano bad larsd bat te
m sad ihe-ro attacksd hsr, 'he
iiiiiilii-r, Mrs. Rosa I>?.t
bo? un bsartag the babj
bad started upstairs fmm the kllcbsn
tei meet Btefaao cosalai down That
he bad knockad her down and ru-l.e '
?>nt eif tin- linn-:?. That she hsd par
sue-1 him, hut he ??ut ?eilt of sight he?
fen?- she ceiuld anilse the raStghbora
After Iir F. I) Hancock, polier sur
Renn fur the district, had testifie-l that
th-- ? -h i.i bad he-e-n attacked,
trat?- Boyle held the prisoner wit bon I
I hall for court.
An Invfistlgatlna of the ?aif-e-s lead
Inr ?ip tu the attempted lyne hin?; W-H
maele hy a polie-emiin and reave-aleei
lhat the attempt t?> burn Stefano *UtVe
was. nu '?poataneoni outburst, but ?!;?
re-ult of a plan. It appears that afte:
the alleged attack hriel ncciirreil s'ime
r>f the friends of the Dorso family sug?
gested telling the police. This was
vetoed by a large majority v I
it was derided to tale vengeance Inte
their eiwn hanils. It was put to a vote
ami decided e,n definitely that If the?.
sboul I CSletl BtefSBO wiien 'he? circeim
?Aaacee permitted Ifcey monte" tress
him lust as the Coatesville mob had
treated Zack Walker
Lightning Bolt Kills Girl
Hover. Ix-1.. S?-->- '. \ slBeS-year
eihl daegkter of Saxton I.am!>erte;n, a
farmer, near Pamdsa Del., art
by lightning and Instantly killed Th
girl was protecting some youn-r tu
keys from the storm and was ncarinc
a pear tree when struck A boy whe
was helping her was shocked
Dies In Long Sleep.
Chicago. Sept ! Af'er l ten -lav
sleep, tons wkleb pkv.lclar ***** aa
sble to aranas bs i phiae ".e-rci
kniewn ?m tke stage as Qenevie?.* IH
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Total cost of session of nine months,
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etc., $2K3.<35. Cost to Virginia students,
The next session opens WEDNES?
DAY. SEPTEMBER 20th, 1911.
Paul B. Barringer, M. D., L L D?
Write for catalogue. 8jy3m
lohn F. Scott,
AND HARDWARE SPECIALTIES.
Main SL, One door below Chas. Wal?
lace efe Bro. Fall line of
Barb Wire, Guns, Pistols, Razors,
Knives, etc., will be sold at reduced
prices to suit the times, Money can
be saved by purcha.i-??? at .Scott's
There is scarcely any condition of ill
health that is not benefited by the
occasional ose of a RIPANS Tabule;
For sale by druggists. The ?Five cent
packet is enough for an ordinary occa?
sion. The family bottle, 60 cents, con?
tains o supply for a year.
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CLEMENT A. FALLIERES.
Reviews (i g Flset
1 Of War Vessels, i
100.000 I.OST IN FLOODS
American Mission In China Repoitr
Greatest D-.at.ter of Kind.
Isaion at Wuhu has received I
: bj :li
. it liavi
worn u iah i
.1 lultl AM.I
linn.< trtet At
e mut i i rtmlnal action
mdlllon. Jn '.
i.le- i.i ii the? matter andei
tnntte-r grows out of the condl
ble h Is almost Ira
ln placea, nothing having
been dons s'.nut the beginning of tbo
D between the two <>mpanles.
EAT TOADSTOOLS AT F?AST
Child Is Dead and Others Are Expect?
ed to Ole.
New Yo.-!;. Beat I -Angeline Pe
?alvo, a gvs (rear-old girl, Is dead, and
.-v .-ii i i i are in a < riti'Til
-?ondltloa SS a re- nil -if i birthday
fene-t given in her honor In which
?w-i-nty f'iur persons ate toads.'
mistake for raoshtn
A pbystclas foaad the eight persons
in convulsions and apparently at
death's do ?r ?hen calleel In. The
lead t-ir!'-. raotkei an<l three sister*
are not expected t., survive. A search
is being made for the other sixteen
?.ri-ons known to have eaten of the
Secretary Meyer In London,
landein. Beat '.- -?fJeorBS V m L
Meyer, secretary of the American
r:avy. returned to laondon from the
continent and will spend a busy week
In Kncland before sailing on the
stesmshlp Lasltaals for New Vori;
Mr Meyer met a number of prominent
Pope's Knee Again Swells
Home, Sept I Resorts are again In
drealstloa r-agardlag th?? iu health of
, e, but there seems llttlo reason
for anxiety Tlic pope Is suffering from
a fetf-y ng of the left knee,
hut thin has required no special treat?
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Phone 98. Across from Exchange Ho?
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INT.) ARENA AT NINETY
Sir Charles Tupper to Fight Recipro?
city In Canada.
Ottawa, 't:'t. Best 4 it is umler
Meed that Sir Charles Tupper. one
time- prims minister of Canaela, it
Irim Kngland to enter ths
right against ret Ipi
Hi- I? more taaa ataety -.ears old,
hut his n me Is still a power In the
OPERATE ON JAMES R. KEENE
American Financier's Condition Prom
Ises Speedy Recovery.
I.eitide? i?. Bept ?'? ?! "t"'r
atlon was petrfosmed spoa .lame? H.
Kerne, lbs Araerk an laaader ami
turfmaa, si las NursinK Haass la
Mar.vle-I.niii-. ?rbers he has been a pa
lie-ut foi s.iiiie- lime.
Ills physlctaas say that his condi?
tion follow In? the operation gives a
promise of his ip.i> recovery from
- i.i- opei ?
financiers tremble Is an Intes?
tinal urn-, sad a niinil.iT of X-ray pie
?.en last week of the af
r? ted psii Mr. Kesae, It Is said, hnd
tnhl the- loctors that he? eoald not
Ion aak Um raett
le :il men . nold -how him wl
iad what they wi re going
.-: Mr Keene's friends In Loa
don il I tkett the? i-i
tai matter in
? ? gel beck '
? hit name? appeared <-n trans
Taft Clea.e Way For Army Promotlont
e Im, of the ?
Sine H : Is ?oik a?
|i, pet wee!; Ill the' nip
re, H?- win begin work oa
? - Is de
te?rmliie-.| to learn the "ins" anil "outs"
of the- gigantic bnelaess which bit
ive built np.
The . American people to
the Herman t-ntiun, a replica of the
Wa.shii:. I of d?lierai liaron
-.. the Pntsslaa-Amerlcaa
Qsnaany. in the prsaeacs of Um mata
: the Cern?an Imperial family
anil a large issemblsis of foretgs
diplomats and Orinan statesmen. The
meiiiument was presented to Emperor
William by Coagressmas Richard Bar?
thotdt, of Missouri, and ('. I! Wolfram,
of New- York, th?? special amb.-t
of Presldeal Tuft.
Of sight Tie neb army officers who
If ft Bac, y anee, in aeroplanes to Join
the maneuvers at Cnskms-Bar^farae
two met honiblS deaths near Troves.
Lieutenant lacqsea el" (?railly. of the
Eighth Cuirassiers, who only several
days ago was mentioned In the offlelal
for dlstlngtatshsd service and
assigned to ipecial duty, was burned
to death In mlelair. while Captain de
Camine, who was looked upon as one
of the most expert aviators In the
army, fell with hi machine and was
crashed under the heavy motor.
Triplets, Girls, Weigh 25 Pounds.
Elkton. Mel. Sept I. T hsletl have
been born to Mr an 1 Mrs. Hugh
Shoffc. Tie mother and ?I lliln-n, who
are all girls, are doing w?-l! Four
years ago Mrs. BkeaTs had twins that
weighed ten i>-.? in-1 - sack Thr- latest
arrivals weigh twelve. eHthl anil five
pounds. No. 1 arilv.-d fort
hours before the other two,
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DR. WILLIAM E. HATCHER,President
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Careful attention to details in military
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A. B. Botts ? Co.,
Fire, Life and Accident
Office 812 Commerce Street
Representa sixteen first-class com
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lotwess promptly adjusted and psld.
Ambassador Says Clique
Aimed to Injure Him.
HE MENTIONS NO NAMES
United States Representative to Ger?
many Quotes Pretident't Let
ter to Him When
Barita, Bent 4.?David Jayas Hill,
retiring Amerlcaa sabassador, em tin?
eve- ni hu departure from Berlin, bai
, silente- ?iih regard to bis re
ii, ? Lie h was m < ? - ; i T ? -?1 b>
Pre; id? ni 'l'ait last AprlL
The smbasndor gava on! a state'
nu-ut Intimating that there bad been a
?te Intrigas to ?it? redil him and
nlsreprei i m the i *-;? wn i for bit rs
h He- announced bit di
tie.it ni a de< oration ablcb im.
? i . um 'i leave Germany,"
? ador, "wlthoul espresslng my
sppree latlon >>i the klodi
enced here, particularly froai his ma
latlmated ? wish to i oafsr upon ras
an boaor whle ii the laws of mj
try toil!.I me lei ne e-ept. I have-, bow
i porcel i in from the
; : I wish to mal ? pul.lb
maik of hl
my faithful il
Ity in whl. t
'. I . how i'i>
wlili'h the pre been Ineplred
igalslai the- wrong does me by
?itlie-i ? w BOSS miare )!?? 'h?
rlrcumstsnces ?kick l have reason to
Ambaasador Hill was not willing to
believes wars Interested in discredit
8LAIN BY BLACK HAND
Victim Wat Plied With Drinkt and
Then Almott Shot ta Piece?.
Nee fork, Se-|.t. i. s ?emlnriy th?
vb tim of a - lever
?rhlch be v-.a. tared t?. an alley Is Ike
rear of sonn? boos i by th?
is the T.ii ? It, plls '
li." and then in .
a nap on tables In tloa ih il
arid be an i
a craekskol a! .i nearb)
: twenty-two >?-ar- old, i i
man, wsf shot sad lastaatly u lied, si
.'?it Bast Blxty-thlrd ittn
Ruso, the- If ni'ir!
ed for slaiiRbter by the Mack ifss
for some Indiscretion. Ills bach ?a
almost ?--hot tei plecas. The number ei
WOBBds Isdlcsted l'iat two 1'ia Is 0
burkshot were Bred lato blm. Tfci
slaye-r ssegspesd Tbs morder wa; con
mltted vith rack cos mmn i
and skin thai ? < svea s rag
of the iilenti' ? ST - - If
Ru-eo was a haul ?Torktag yOJBJ Ital
Ian, who rapported bis m. tber.
Wills $25.000 to 700 Employe?.
New York. Sept. I laves hnn ??
employes who had worked i(*r h
William De Muih rompsa
learned tl:at lli?-y would share $.'" fl
set aside by the will of Mr, I' ?
to be? ellvleleil pro :
their wa?ea. Mr. !)?> Mntli. a
pipe manufai turer, die I .in .1 nie ?r,
IN the name of the Commonwealth of
Virginia. In the Clerk's office of the
Circuit court of the county of Spot
sylvania on the .'list day of July, 1911.
W. II. Lewis, plaintiff, against James
Stanard and others, defendants. The
object of this suit is a general credi?
tor's bill to subject the real estate
whereof Addison Stanard di??d seized
and possessed, to the plaintiff's claim
of PV) and interest from July 27th,
l'joy, until paid. And an affidavit hav?
ing bet?n made and filed that the de?
fendant, James Stanard, is not a resi?
dent of the Stat of Virginia, it is or?
dered that he du appear here within
fifteen days after due publication here?
of, and do what may be necessary to
protect his interest in this suit. And
it is further ordered that a copy there?
of be published once a week for four
weeks in The Free Lance, and that a
copy be posted at the front door of the
courthouse of this county on or before
the next succeeding rule day after the
entry of this suit
T. A. Harris, Clerk.
T. Stokeley Coleman, p. q.
T. A. Harris, Clerk.
SIMON BIRSH t IB0.
Commerce St, Fredericksburg, V**?
Dealers in all kinds of
for which highest cash prices are paid.
Choice stock of High Grade Family
Groceries always on hand.
PHONES, Office 171 R?sidence 204
Dr. J. Garnett King,
9061-2 MAIN STREET,
To tho votera of Spotsylvania
As our Measat Ceimmiisioner. J. T.
Todd. will not In- a e-ainlielate for re?
election for the oflie-i' of Commisioner
of Revenos for Caoortfatnd District
Speitsylvania cemnty, anil be-ing urged
b) a number o? my frienelH to run for
?eiml office, 1 do hereby init-ouneemysslf
s candidate for that office. BboakJ it
be' yeiur pleasure' to elect me, I preimise
to faithfully discharge- the elutie-e of the'
eillie-e- to the- best of my ability.
Your? Very Respectfully,
T. A. Harris, Jr.
To The Voter? of Spotsylvania Co..
l-'e-lleiw-eltlzens, at tho solicitation
of many friends, I hereby annonm-i
myself a caadldate for the; office of
('oniinlMHior.er of K?-v??iiiio for Uv
liiKsteui Dial riet, ill this county, ami
moni respect fully solle It your sup?
port Shenilel It bo your pleasure
la e-li-i-l me- to this uffic?', I shall be'
?rite-ful anil promise to reward your
Hmfldeaes by ?i faithful Blsohargs oi
W. 0, Hicks.
To the veitera of Spotsylvania i
At the golie-UaUon or my many
friends, i respactfally snnoui
.?e'lr t sand ?date fen- tin? poattloa of
treasarer e>r Bpotsylvsnla eoaaty to
be voteel for ?it the fall election, No
rember Ttb, 1911. I earnest<y ask
the- support eif tin? voters ?f
innty, Irreapewtlva (>r p.m.
affiliation, and promise If I am hon
OT ei by .-in slectlon n> pat ii>nti my
leavors to faithfully, honest?
ly and eftcleatly discharge the da?
lles of tin' office and proted Iks
Intereel of the county
Thanking m> many frieads for the
cordlsl assurance of support I bave
M il Dickinson
Tei um dtlsens of
A. I e.l .1
To III.. (III/. II?- eif Spell?
llaVlfl ? Veele la
from all SartS eif I lie- cOUOt) i l>
il ii partit i. i b.i>.<- decid
e-ei tei i. i e,e,,, i candidate for Trees
ure-r eif Bpotaylvanls eoenty al lbs
i-e-ller.il e?le-e:lleill lei lie? 1? ? 1 ? 1
bar 7, till
lb-fore? I became sheriff <>f the?
county I was deputy ire-asiin r for
many yearn ami am familiar with
the treaaarer's dutie-? and andar
stand and appreciate his responalblll
Should you seo proper to bestow
this office upon me, I shall appre
etata the honor and eneleavor to dis
cha?rge l'a eludes to the be-st Inter?
ests of all the people, with special
favors to no party, ring or clique,
but with equal rights andjust'eoto
all, I shall strive to continuo worthy
of your confidence.
Very sincerely yours,
J. P. Turnley,
Tei The- Voters of Herkley Township,
At the? solicitation o* many intern of
Berkley township I hereby announce
my candielacy for the office of stiper
vis?er of Berkley township. If it be
your pleasure to elect me to this im?
portant office I pledge to perform the
duties of said office to the beet advan?
tage of the peeiple and the cemnty, and
to see that all road money will be eco?
nomically spent ee-ually in all parts of
L. W. Hall,
td Thornsburg, Va.
To the voters of Spotsylvania:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of Commis?
sioner of Revenue for Chancellor dis?
trict subject to action of the Democrat?
ic party and promise if elected a faith?
ful discharge of the duties of the office.
Thomas P. Payne.
To the voters of Spotsylvania county:
I hereby announce myself a candidate !
for the office of Commissioner of Reve-1
nue for Chancellor District to be voted
for at the general election to lie held in
November, and I earnestly ask the sup?
port of my fellow voters of Spotsylva?
nia county, and if elected to the said
office, I shall fulfill the duties to the
best of my ability and according to law.
lOalm Irvin C. Clore.
To the voters of Spotsylvania Co., Vs.
Fellow citizens, having decided to run
for the office of commissioner of reve?
nue for Courtland District, Spotsylva?
nia txinty, I hereby announce myself a
canelidate for that office, and respect?
fully ask your support at the coming
November election. Should it be your
pleasure to elect me I promise to per?
form the duties of the office to the best
of my ability.
Most Respectfully Yours,
td C. fc. Gordon.
To tho voters of Stafford County:
I hereby announce myself a candi
elate- for Clerk of the Circuit Court
e>f Stafford county at the election to
be held Novcniber,1911; if elected I
will cive. m> personal attention to
tho duties of the office and dis?
charge them *.o the beat of my abil?
Geo W. Herring.
Stafford C. H. Vs., June 24tht 1911.
To the voters of Stafford county:
At the request of many friends I an?
nounce myself s candidate for the of?
fice of commissioner of the revenue for
district No. 2, composed of Rock Hill
and Aquia districts, and solicit your
support If elected I promise a faithful
discharge of the duties of the office.
J27ltd _ W. E. Stevens.
To the Voters of Staford County:
I have been connected with the
clerk'e office of your county for a
period of 42 years last May,It takes
almost a life time to make a good
clerk, It being tho only office In
the gift of the people of the county
that takee year? of training to
make perfect. If the people get one
they approve of they should retain
him. If he don't meet tho require
ments of the office, the sooner they
get rid of him the better.
In my administration of tho office
I have known no party,sect or creed,
but h.ivo tri-d to serve all. Aa to
my personal pollt'cal convictions, a
man Is not half a man, who has
BOM, and if influenced by others
? mes nothing but a creature.
I. iln-refor?-, yield nilno to no one.
The experle-nco 1 have had for al?
most a half century I tb'nk fits
me? as no other person to fill the
io the satisfaction of the
I hope I have not soundeel my
own praises too highly, but have
stated what I believe to be facts.
I ask you to give this matter ?lu?;
i'ousleie-Mitleiii ami vote for me for
your ebrk at tho next November
C. A. Bryan.
Stafforel, Vu., June 28.
To tlie? voters eif Station! county:
At til?- request ?if many friends I
ben by announce my*e.|f a csndidste for
the eiilie-e' of eoramissioner of the reve?
nos for HartWOod district at the? eomins
elecuon In November 1911, and if
promise to ierre the- people with the
-rrestest e-are- and for tin-ir benefit.
Tei Hi ? Voiers ?if Btafford County:
l hereby announes myselt a eaadl
el lie- feir office eif commissioner nX
the Revenue for Hartwood and Pal
meiuiii eilstrle-t at Hie- coming
election in November and If el<
promise to m rvs - be pi ople with
i bo great-st care, without f
J. w. Spicer
i. Stafforel county, Va.
To Tas Votan of Btaffor*
At the solicitation <?f friends I here by
announce myself an independe ni
date for supervisor of ralmouth l>
if e-le-i-te-ei l promise to discharge
sbj sanonnce myself
dblate no the office of Sup
? -l I Will promise to us" my
..tit. <. mid win emisavor
I I lire" e
I'.. the- V(
I hereby snn ?ndidat?
. lection an tressurer eif Stafford
and if re- e-le-e-te-il, will give? my e-nliri?
lime- a.ill alte-iitleiii to tlie? elise-burge? Of
of the duties of the offles I thank the
votan eif Stalfeirel for tln-ir loyalty to
me- in the past anil hope? thut you may
peo ut tei hniieir ras with your stiapori
at the- eoming sleetin,
W. I). Reamy.
To tho Voten of Stafford county:
I he-roby announce myself a c.in
ilblato for the offl<?e of aherlff of
Stafford ceiunly at November ele?c
tion and solicit your support. If
i'le-e-'i-ei i promise a faithful ells
charge of the duties of the office.
C. N. Knight.
To the Voters of Stafford.
1 hereby announce myself a candi?
date for commissioner of revenue, dis?
trict No. 2, of Stafford county, and
promise to serve the people faithfully.
Thanking you for past favors,
I am youn respectfully.
sepf?-2m H. M. Toison.
Te) the Voters of Rappahannock Dis?
trict, King George County.
I hereby announce myself a candi?
date for supervisor of Rappahannock
district at the election to be held No?
vember 7th, 1911. If elected I will dis?
charge the duties of the office to the
best of my ability.
ml8tf C. R. Hudson.
To the Voten of Madison District
At the solicitation of friends I re?
spectfully announce myself an inde?
pendent candidate for supervisor of
Madison district, Caroline county.
sepo-lm J. D. Coghill.
IN the Clerk's office of the Circuit
court of the county of King George
on the 21st day of August, 1911.
William Green, plaintiff, against Mary
The object of this suit is to obtain for
the plaintiff from the defendant a di?
vorce a vinculo matrimonii. And an
affidavit having been made and filed
that the defendant, Mary Green, is not
resident of the State of Virginia, it is
ordered that she do appear here within
15 days after due publication hereof,
and do what may be necessary to pre>
tect her interest in this suit. And it is
further ordered that a copy hereof be
published once a week for four succes?
sive weeks in The Free Lance, a news?
paper published in the city of Freder
icksburg, Virginia, and that a copy be
posted at the front door of the court?
house of this county on or before the
next succeeding rule day from the date
F. C. S. Hunter, Clerk.
W. A. Rose, p. q.
F. C. S. Hunter, Clerk.
IN the name of the State of Virginia.
In the Clerk's office of the Circuit
court of the county of Spotaylvania
on the 15th day of August, 1911. Vir
f-inia Hamish, sometimes known as
Jennie Hamish, plaintiff, against
Horatio S. Hamish, defendant The
object of this suit is to secure for the
plaintiff from the defendant a divorce
a vinculo matrimonii, on the ground of
wilful desertion, abandonment and
cruelty. And an affidavit having been
made and filed that the defendant, Ho?
ratio S. Hamish, is not resident of the
State of Virginia, it is ordered that he
do appear here withinjfifteen days after
due publication hereof, and t?o what
may be necessary to protect his inter?
est in this suit And it is further or?
dered that a copy hereof be published
once a week for four weeks in The
Free l,snce, and that s copy be posted
at the front door of the courthouse of
this court on or before the next suc?
ceeding rule day of the court.
T. A. Harris, Clerk.
Frederick W.Coleman, Sol. forCompi't
Maryland, Delaware &
Virginia Railway Co.
Rappahannock River Line.
Schedule in Effect Nov. 2nd. 1910.
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R. R. and Maryland. Delaware and Vli-fiiiia Kale
way Co\ At Oran?, with Uoutiiatm R. R. anal
Cheeuipaak. * Ob.o R. R.
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train.! may tM eipactcd to arriva at or elapart
from the several ?Ution?. tie tint-? 14* eletaarture,
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Eaatarn Standard Tim?. Station! marked "Y"
M. aaSTBataBt. S-kp^ntaaaSnt
Every thin-? fresh and clesn.
are the best for the prices in the city.
sre well snd widely known by psrtimi
Don't fail to bring as your produce.
We pay the highest cash prices.
Doggett & Scott,
1002 Main St. 206 Commerce St
Boy the Genuine
The producers of the celebrated
OLD RACKET WHISKEY
beg to announce that there is
only one dealer in Alexandria. Vs.,
to whom they sell that whiskey
The naue is
ARLINGTON LIQUOR HOUSE
If any other dealer claims to
have OlaD RACKET WHISKEY
for sale, make him "show you."
Get the government stamp num?
ber on his barrel snd let us trsce
ternheim Distilling Co.,
MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit on fjood ??scurity. Ap?
ply to Lee J. Graves, attorney Rf