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Mr S. R. Gentry was In Rle-h
Mr. Frank Wyne. o| Alexandrin,
wag here Thursday.
Mr. W. I) Richardson, of Kit h
?w?, was 1ht?> Thursday
Miss Etta Barney has return???!
from a visit to War??, Mass.
Mr. W, (5 0 iVmin-ll was in Bal
timor? Thursday em business
Reports from Irvingtoii Tliurselay
stated that little William Rows was
Mil Alice (.'annle-tiael ?nul M'?
Ai-re spe-Ilt Tliurselay in C?trOlltSS
Mr. Kuszuer Bauman. who SAS
feOSM spe-mling gi>mi-iinie? Si In
tern, was hero Thursday
Mrs. H. Il l?ar'.K-r. Mr. am! Mrs
Oe-orge Hrown, MlatMe Beryl ami
Muriel Barber went te> Wldowattt
Thurselay on a picnic
Mr. John T. l.e-avell, e.r Washing?
ton, ?ame hete Tlinrselay to vote-.
He will speml s< -voral days with
frii-nels in the county
Anything in jewelry, if leou?ht al
Kaufman's, is right.
Prof. K. r. Hirckhead. of A1D?
marle county, principal of lbs pub?
lic schools here, arriveel Thursday
to assume his duties on the? o-peB
ing of the r.ehools. next Monday.
Style and quality in jewelry that
Kaufman sells, '.site*Main St.
Mr. t'. W. Jones went to Baltimore
Tuesday night to buy fall millinery, &c.
His milliners have been there several
If it's jewelry you want, Kaufman,
the jeweler, has it. i*?.? Main St.
Mrs. J. 1?. Gammon has returned
from a visit of several weeks to
tier daughter, Mrs H. M Moffett,
at Ur-eesburg Miss BSMte Belle
Gammon is ?til! with her sister.
Watches of every sty le,size and price
in gold,silver and nickel at Kaufman's,
Mis? Idear Traylor went to Pe?
tersburg Thursday to spend sev?
??Uc a pair for 120 pairs of black silk
lio.-???, the kind you find elsewhere at
$1.1*1, just ifceiveit Tuesday Snd go OB
sale st once at C. W. Jones.
Mr. Howard Masters and little
Misa Ada Chisholm Masters left
Thursday for a visit to relativ-s
Silk Hose?Always on the alert fur
"good things" Jemes found 12<> pairs
black silk hose, with lisie thread tops,
soles and high spliced heels, just the
graele y?>u pay stores $l.i?i ft,r. This
lot goes on sale? at once, at only BOc
Mrs. T. B. Kelly and li'tle daugh?
ter. Mary Virginia, of Ocean View.
are guests of Mrs. l?eo. Nicholson
Our millinery buyer, who is In
the markets, sent us a nice line ot
the newest shapes In White Felt
Hats, which are so very popular at
this time. Call and see them. The
demand for them has made them
scarce. The T. N, Brent Store.
Mrs. John E. Mason and son, JetFer
son, have returnee! from King George,
where they spent the summer. They
have as a guest Miss Lucy Belle Mason,
of King Georg?'.
Diamonds, watches, plain gold and
et rings. We have them and an al?
most endless variety of tine jewelry,
silverware, nove-ltes, etc. The name
of The Norris Jewelry Store is synony?
mous with high grade goods at boosst
prices. We shall be pieaseel tee ikow
yon our line of gen*js that is known the
country over to be as represent'
Main St, Phone ML
Miss Evelyn E. Henulon. who has
meant the summer at Niagara. Now
Veirk, Canada an.I other -xiints neirtl.
anil east and in the mountains of Vir?
ginia, has returnee! here.
H. M. S.
The clock stopped at :5 51 !?
The nearest time card 1 '?ti 12
The next nearest '* 2e> 41
Mrs. J. W. Carver, of this city, ree'd
the first prize of '?' silver dollars.
Mrs. Payne, of Falmoutb, ree'd the
second prize of 2 silver dollars.
Saturday, Sept 9th, will be the last
day of the big seven days sale at the
the Bouton Variety Store. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. Abbott Belcher, cf
Boston, Mass., are guests of their
nephew, the Rev. Charles P. Holbrook,
at Overwharton Rectory, Stafford.
Miss Marguerite Barnes has gone to
Romney, W. Va., where she will be a
teacher in Romney College this session.
Call on Decker & Alrich for High
Orado Fertilizers and (?rasa Seeds.
Agent for Farmers Favorite Grain
Capt. M. B. Rowe is on a visit
to his daughter, Mrs B. W. Chap
pel le, at Waverley.
ADDRESS ON GOOD ROADS
By Rev. C. R. Crnikahank at Bowling
Griten Next Monday.
Rev. C R. Cruikshank will deliver
an address at Bowling Green In tho
courthouse on Monday, Sept. 11th.
at 12 o'clock, the subject be?
ing "Some Religious Aspects of
The public Is cordially Invited to
MR. JONE?, PAIRED WITH MR. WOODY
Hon. W. A. Jones left here Thursday
morning for Washington after arrang?
ing a pair with Mr. J. B. Woody, of the
Fredericksburg Lumber Company, who
votes at Mineral. The arrangement
for a pair saved Mr. Jones from mak?
ing the trip to Warsaw to vote and
saved Mr. Woody a trip to Mineral.
Mr. Jones will leave Washington this
ev? ni ig to lie in Richmond when the
tetnrns are received.
CAME TO HEAR JONES SPEAK
Mr. A. B. Chandler, Sr.. Mr. R. L
Beale, Mr. Colter Conway, Mrs. R. T.
Glasseil and Miss Caroline Sinkler, of
Caroline-, were here Wednesday night
to hear Ho.i. Wm. A. Jones speak.
CAVALRY TROOP FOR THE FAIR
Capt Dan M. I,ee has arranged for
exhibitions at the fair by a (nom of
I>. S. Cavalrymen. This will be- one of
the most attractive features the fair
has ever held.
WILL BECOME TRAINED NURSES
Miss Nannie Maury Quinn and Miss
Inez Alexander left Thursday for Rich?
mond to take the course in the Nurse's
Training School of Virginia Hospital.
THE SENATORIAL PRIMARY
Msrtin's Majority Here 22. Swanson's
The primary election here Thursday
was marked with e-uiet andgiHsl humor.
At the same time the friends of the
candidates? for I'. S. Senate work?'?!
harel until the (?ills close-el and sheiweel
great u?\ ?lt v to their favoritas.
The? lOtal ve-te carat was SOL Of tins
S were- thrown out in the I-ower and 2
?n the Upper Warel.
One i ?ta wa- east for Juelge A. W.
for the long term anil one for
Mr St. George K. ritzhugli feir the
The following is the eletail.'el vnte:
Uppesr Ward, 27^ v..te?. Martin 188.
J?m?m 188, Swanson 179, Glass 78.
Lower Ward, 288 votes. Martin 11s,
Jones 106.Swanson 166, Glass 51,
Total - Martin 2'i'e, Jones 284,Msrtin's
majority 22. Swanson 346, Glass 129,
Bwaasoa'i majority 2u\.
Martin carrie-s county by 17:,.
Swanson L'7.V Waller is nominated
for sheriff over Canter by I ?-h
majority. Young is nominated foe
eomisetoaer la Courtland over Al
rich by SI.
Spotsyivania c. 11 Martin .'.?:.
Jones 16, Swanson f.7. Glass la
Brent's Mill- Joins is. Marl In If-,
Glass 1!, Swanson L'4. Waller 26,
Garner !?, Young I, Alrich 19,
MOSS Neck - Jones 48, Martin ft, Glass
21. SvansoP SI. House of Delegates,
I'- tren 28, Evans 26. State Senate,
Gravatt 46, Coghill 6. Bberiff, Gill 28,
Taylor 26, Collins 1.
Port Roy si- Jones 79. Martin 7, Glass
64, Swanson 22, Towers 68, Kvans 23,
Gravatt 78. Coghill f>, Gill 36, Collins
27, Taj ;
I! iwling Green-Jones 101, Martin 46,
Glus 81, Swanson .'.7, Powers 87, Kvans
58, Gravatt 63, Coghill '.'7, Gill 96, Col
GouhJmsn's Jones 41, Martin 11,1
Glass 14, Swanson 36. Gravatt
hill 14, Towers HI. Evans 21, Gill 36,
. Taylor 11.
Guineys, majorities given only Jones
38, Swanson 7, Gravatt 38, Kvans 39,
- i: Jones 26, Martin ti4, Swan?
son 68, Glass 14, Gravatt 4M, Coghill
4.i. Powers !?. Kvans 85, Gill 38, Collins
i, Taylor 47.
Te-.ely Church Jones 23. Martin 27,
Glass 'J4. Swanson 27, Gravatt 2."', Cog
luli 34, Towers S3, Evsi
Bully?Jones 15, Martin 4t>, Giass 12, |
Swanson 4i?, Gravatt 28, C-oghill 33, I
Towers 2), Kvans 37.
Whites-Jones 8, Martin 16, Swanson
23, Gravatt 18, Coghill 6, Towers 17,
Evans 6, GUI '.'. Taylor 13, ''ollms 2.
Sparta .Ir.nes 36, Martin :t. Glass 21?,
n 10, Gravatt .'!:', ("?'ghill 7,
Towers 22, Kvans 18, Gill 15, Taylor 25,
Si.umansville Jones 33, Martin 18,
I, Swanson 35, Gravatt 30, Cog?
hill 17, Towers 14. Bvsna S3, Gill 14,
Collins 1. Taylor 21.
- Kork -Jones 13, Martin 69,
-, Gravatt ?'. Cog
hill 53, Towers 85, Kvans :'7, Gill 4e'e,
Collins 5, Taylor 17.
Bowers Jeatnei 32, Martin 33, Glass
24. Swsiteon 40, Gravatt 19, Coghill 4'.),
Towers 89, Kvans 27, Gill 64.
Complete retorna give W. A. Jones i
majority of 151; Claude A. Ss
120; Dr.' (liarles V. Gravatt, for State:
majority 109; S. II. Kvans is'
elected to the House of Delegates by a
majority of 88. T. II. Gill is elected
sheriff by a majority of 174 over both
opponents. Gesorgt T. Smith is elected
supervisor in MadisonDistrict and T.M.
Burrus in Reedy Church District. The
other county officers had no opposition.
C. EL .Iones IS, Martin 80, Glass 10,
Swans., n 25, lv?. i on 28, Berry 2, Raines
cton 7, Street I.
Brooke-Jones 9, .Martin 27. G
Siranaon 31, Peyton .12, Terry I, Raines
1, Bbxton 7, Stree I
- -Jones IS, Martin 16, Glass 9,
Swanson 1'.?, Teyton 53, Ti rry :'., Raines
28, Bktexton 17. Stre-?-t 4.
Falmouth?Jones ?".. Martin 72, Glass
son 75, Peyton 77.
White Oak Peyton 79, Berry L
Harwood J.me's 2, Martin 89, Glass
2, Swanson 89, Peyton 88, Berry ?'..
Koseville Jones 6, Martin 27, Peyton
28, Berry 5.
Martin's and Swanson's majorities in
the county are over 200. Teyton
carries county over Berry by more than
Tassapatanzy- Martin 31?, Jones 37,
Swanson 89, Glass 23. Berry 51, Tayloe
1. Peyton 17, Turks 70, Boggs 5.
Hampsteael-Martin 34, Jones 11,
Swanson 42, Glass 3, Berry 40, Tayloe
2, Teyton 4, Turks 20. Boggs M.
Court House ?Martin 49, Jones 59,
Swanson 72, Glass 34, Berry 57, Tayloe
36, Teyton 12, Turks 32, Boggs 81.
Shiloh ? Martin 57, Jones 32, Swanson
90, Glass 25, Berry 63, Tayloe 15, Pey?
ton 12, Purks 35, Boggs
Majorities?Martin 31, Swanson 128,
Berry 145, Purks 6. Ashton for super?
visor is elected over J. H. Boggs by
over I'?) majority.
Orange county returns are as follows: j
Klioadesville I'recinct ? Martin 5,
Jones 41, Swanson 8, (?lass 88, Carter
2, Bowers 43, Wood 1.
Town of Orange-Martin 121, Jones
78, Swanson 123. Glass 67, Carter 95, j
Bowers 62, Wood 27.
Nason?Martin 18, Jones 16, Swanson !
46, Glass 14, Ch-ter 22, Bowers 27,
La!tore?Martin 18, Jones 87, Swan?
son 22, Glass 87, Carter 11, Bowers 43,
Barboursville?Martin 61, Jones 26,
Swanson 69, Glass 17, Carter 33, Bow?
ers 32, Wood 12.
Gordonsville?Martin 43, Jones 29,
Swanson 41, Glass 31, Carter 23, Bow?
ers 32, Wood 16.
Total, one prclnct missing: Martin
291, Jones 272, Swanson 309, Glass 254,
Carter 1S6, Bowers 249, Wood 94.
Locust Grove-Martin 12 majority.
and Bowers for Senate a large major?
ity. Mr.rtin'8 majority in county 31.
IN FIRST DISTRICT
The majority for Hon. W. A
Jones in the First District will be
Judge J. M. Gregory, Common?
wealth's attorney of Chesterfield Co.,
who is engaged in tho Boattte trial,
wag elefeated by Haskins Hobson In
the primary Thursday.
Frank T. Sutton was nominated
Thursday for Commonwealth's attor?
ney of Henrico county.
Mr. Sutton has a number of rela?
RETURN TO BRUINGTON
Rev. A. W. Hampton Jones, wife
and little daughter have returned to
Bruington, Va., after a delightful visit
to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Jones. They also attended the Goshen
He Deplores The Attack on Sena?
Tuhmnid, Va., Se-pt. 8, 1911,
To Tin? Kn-e- Lanes;
ertsinly deeply homilisting thai
so many good people in Fre-ierieksburg
should Imve- rent themselves thought?
lessly t?i the vicions, but vain effort of
se-lf Inflated indi
number ? i dissppointejd office -
t.. a- assinate the character of Si nat. r
Martin, who is Infinitely higher I- .th
morall) and intellectually than all of
his defamers, not one of whom is
worthy to unloose his sin e laeea
St. Gen. i:, ?tshogh.
DR. GRAVATT RE-ELECTED
RnsWsH Pane Defeat? I
Dr. Chai !e- I'. Gravatt, < ? f t .
, and Aubrej K. Strode-, eef Ambe-rst,
were rt -ne minated.
The defeat of Koaewoll I'.ige?, the
, member of the llmis.- fmm I\\
i was ?me- of the surprises of the primary.
The latter wm chairman of the Com*
1 mitte-e fi r Courts ol Ju ' tod he Id a
? eommane?ng position in ?legislative
lb- was defeated by W. I!.
Wslton, of Ashlatid, publisher of the
Senators Strode snd Gravatt staml
out among the ruins of the cause- of ths
Virginia Democratic League. 11 ?>t tights
w-e-re- msds em both, largely because of
th? ;r sdvoescy of ths cause of Mr.
t. Senator Gravatt
is president of the league, and predic?
tions that his ilefe-at was impending
bave been general. Senstoi Strode war.
vigorously opposed by Bland Msssie, "f
Howell c. Feetherston succeeds Sen
ator Don T. Hslsey, as the member
from ths district composed of Lynch
burg snd Csmnbt II
Among th?' Senate- leaders sent back
by his constituents is Saxon W, Holt,
of Newport Newt.
DR. GRAVATT'S MAJORITY
State Senator Dr. C. I Oravatl
was nominated over Mr. T. D. Cog?
hill, of Caroline by about 200 ma?
jority. Gravatt carried Hanover
and Caroline sad Coghill wem In
King William by 17 majority.
THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE
To Be Held On S??mnd Day of Fair.
Through the aid and co-operation of 1
Hun. Georgs W. K?lner, eommi
of agriculture for Virginia, n farmers'
institute- will be' provided fur the bene?
fit eif f.-.rme-rs attending the fair.
It will be? held on the second lay.
Wednessdsy, Se'pt. 87th, (Ml tie Krau!
stand, beginning at 10 o'clock snd con
tinuinji until 12 o'clock.
Ths pruRram will consist of lectures
on: Improvement of the Soil, Incretta
int? tin- Corn Crop Without Ad
Cost, Permanent l'Hstur?-s, Live Stock,
These lectures will be very helpful to
the practical farmer. The lecturers
who have? made ? iucci n of the
M tbey daSCDH and understand
ntiflc and prae-tical sule-s thor?
oughly. During this year 2"i,i*ni farm
e-rs have attende'.I institute's and the re?
sults are MW Showing we'll over the
AU Will be frSS and everybody wel-l
CORNERSTONE LAYING IN ORANGE
An interesting education
lag win bo held at ?Somerset, Or?
ange county, Thursday, Sept. 14th,
when the cornerstone eif the fine
new high school building will be
The ne will be in charge
eef District 1>.. -ity Granel Master W
J. Phillips, or Fredericksburg, and
uiieler the auspices ?if liarboursville
Lodge No 11
Hoti g. L. Browning, of Orange,
will deliver the Masonic ad?lre-sH anel
the educational address will be by
Prof. A. B. Chandler, Jr.. of 1
The Granee high School chOTBS
will sin? and special music will lie
renele'r.-il bv Mrs. W. F Mone.ll, 97.
A. Watkins and \V. It. Walker, of
Mrs. Lucy L?h?, of Staforel, has
Just sold tho balance of her last
year's corn creip here, -?"4 bushels,
after feeding ten beef ?-attl.- anel
other stock through the? wlnter.Sbe
received 75 cents p?-r bushel, tho
total aggregating 1 "9 H?r farm
is a splendiel one This Is a re-c?
ord the b?3st of farmers will find
hard to beat.
TAKEN TO PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL
Mrs. Laura F. Jctt, of Spotsylvan
la, accompanied by her sons,Messrs.
Henry M. and Clarence B. Jett,
came here Friday and w;is taken to
Providence Hospital, Washington,
for an operation by Drs McQuillan
CAME HOME TO VOTE.
Mr. St. Qeo. It. Flt*-!iui;!i
home from Buffalo LUhla Springs
Thursday to vote. He returned on
the 1.17 train.
Mr. S. I-. Powell brought to our
office Friday two ears of hand
SOSas corn which he raised on h 19
farm In Spotsylvanla. The reirn Is
in eiur window on exhibition.
Herbert 1- Hulee for e-ity collec?
tor In the Democratic primary in
Richmond defeated Frank T. I!at?-s
and George 0. Huskell His ma?
jority was 1,991.
John s. Harwood, Edwin P. Cox,
Hill Montagne, ?fob? A. Curtis and
James J. Creamer were- nominated
?for the Houso of Delegates.
SERVICES AT LAMB'S
The llev. I?. T. Turner, ?if Madison,
Va., will hold services at Lamb's
("re-ek church, Sumlay morning, Sept.
There will be preaching at the
! following places In Stafforel Sun
,day Sept. 10: New Hope 11 a. m.,
?Andrew Chapel .1 p. m., An
Itloch 7.30 p. m.
THE CONWAY, GORDON & GARNETT
Deposite Solicited Negotiable Paper Discounted
Handsome lithographed check books presented to each customer.
All correspondence promptly answered in sealed envelopes.
Merchante' business cards placed on their checks.
Bank Open From 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
SENATORS MARTIN AND SWANSON
Nominated To Succeed Themselves. Their
Majorities Estimated At 30,000.
SENATOR THOMAS S MARTIN.
SENATOR CLAUDE A. SWA!
Senator II. ??-. s. Martm and Claude i
Swansnr. swept the State Tl: a
the Democratic primary to choose tv
candidate'? fer I'. 9. Sei
hy tho Legislators newt January for tl
terms beginning Mare-h 4, 1912, ai
March i. I91S, respectively, their m
jorities teeing estimstad at 30,000,
The Senator* were o\ .
in William A. Jones, e>f tt
First district, anil Congressman Cu
ter Glass, of Um Sixth District.
The number 'if -.
w'iKit Isrger than anticipate
trouble is reprerteil frun any section.
Congressman Glas-1 voted at I.ynt I
burg, BenstaOT Martin St Charlottosvil
and Senator Swanson at Chatham. Cor
gressman .Jones was pairee! and did ne
go to Warsaw to vote.
Mr. Jones curried the- First Distrirt
his own. Majorities were given again?
him in the Peninsnls section, anel i
Fredericksburg anel Spotsylvsnia, whil
King anel (?ucen appear to beetle. V?
he receive.I a flattering rote in tli
Northern Neck, where' be lives.
Mr. Glass was not so fortunate
From incomplete returns he seems t
have lost his own district-the Sixth
by perhaps s vHeof two for Mr. Swat
son to one for .Mr. '?lass. Halifai
Charlotte-, Roanoke city anel count
gave heavy majorities against Glass. ,
large? vote was given him in in his horn
city, Lynchburg, but Senator Mart?
secured one even lari/e-r.
In fact, no section torned its back o
a home man. Senator Martin's majorit
was increaseel in Albemarle county ove
that given bil
Swanson swept his home county o
Only one or two counties In th
State outside of the First Distrle.
we're lost by Senators Man in an
Swanson. One of tbess Is l>e]
ford, where laino majorities wer
Riven for Mr. Class, the 1?)
gressman, and for Mr. Joik-s Sue
eonntles as Londona and ifocklen
burg, which has been claimed by th
Virginia Denux-ratlc League, return
ed majorities for Martin and Swan
In the Seventh and Ninth Dia
tricts the size of the majority ws
evielently measured by the size o
the vote. Martin and Swanson re
celved nearly all the ballots, but ii
most of the countii's the vote WS
light In the absence of local con
Richmond county gtves Jone
445 Martin 20, Glass 4U'? and Swan
Westmorelane] connty- -Jon
Martin 131, Class I9t, and Swan
4.1.", Martin Ml, Class ttl
Lancaster county?Jones 358
Martin MS, Class .1.?I, SBd Swansor
252, with one- precllir-l to be
from, which will increase? the? majeur
lti??s of Jones and Cla-'S
Middlesex county complet???Mar
tin 113, Jones 311, Swanson 1:'.?
Glass 288, Haley 111, Hicks 17.Sum
mers 93, Christian It.
Following is tho vole of North?
ampton county: Martin 4L'f!, Jeme.?
521, Swanson 481, Glass 447, Maaj
176. Turlington 477, Cole 117Jit?
hugh 891, Lilllston 55.
The count is delayed by a long
local ticket. Seventeen precincts
give Jones 407 majority. His ma?
jority in the county will rcae-h 700
Glass majority is not over 109.
Port Haywood?Jones received 295,
Martin 118, Glass 236, Swanseen lflfc
Jones' majority 177, Glass' majority 67.
For Legislature?Christian 203, Hicks
84, Healy 64, Homers 61.
County Treasurer?Burke 161, Miller
148. Burke's majority 13.
York county gives Jones 70, Martin
32, Swa: r State |
'?? Ims To. Legisla?
ture-: ? Stevenson I0L
i -ester by 199 ma?
jority, Tabb beats Stubbs for l.?-gisla
l'ire-. Smith wins over Taliaferro for
Jones carries Essex by tl, Swanson
by 3'",Smith nominnted for Legislature.
Feoquier county complete: Martin
HI, Jones 219, Swanson -?.'7, <;. i
It i- e itlmstsd that 1, l'i" votes were
l?)ll?'il, of which, a-? far as befcrd freem,
: gets -.".o, Glass 669, Martin
825 end Jemes -r'7"e.
Th?' majority for C T. Powers for
State Senste over Carter, incumbent,
is estimated at 21"<.
Twelve ?>ut of 16 pre-cincts in Prince
William county give Martin 111, Jones
161, Swsnson 187, Glass 126,
Twenty-three out of twenty-festarpre
i Lotadonn eoonty give? Martin
I met 614, Swsnson 1,070, Glass
n precincts Ml of sixte-en give
Martin 101, Jones 196, Swaneoe MM,
R ippahannoek county eon]
Martin .It?., Joncs 6S, Swans
Bowers 64, Carti r 106
Stanardsville?Greene ? ?unity gives
Martin 2:is, Swansaii :':!7, Jones 16.,
Madison county gives Martin ami
Swanson L'Ihj majorty.
Martin's majority 161. Htslt mar
rielms for state? Seaate snd
1 defeat) d liarre't for Iacg
Alexandria dry- Martin 126,
Swanson 629, Jemes 146, Glass
Alexandria county?Martin 166,
Swanson 384, Jones :?:'?, Class 67.
From returns so far received P
it estlmatee] Hint Marl in and Swan?
son will carry Fairfax county by
175 to 290 majority.
Tho home town eef Class gave? him
a majority of 226 In a leiial vote
of 2,220. Martin's majority was
Tho vote was: Class l,223.Swan
son 997, Martin 1,301, Jones 866.
Rew was nominateel ase|e?leghto from
Accomac, and Fitzhtigh as floater.
Fairfax county nominated W. T. Oli
vr fur Hems'- of Delegates.
Christian, of Mathews, county, was
noininstcd for House of Delegates.
WENDENBURG FOR SENATE
L 0. Wendenleurg was nominated to
the State Senate from the. Sixteenth
Senatorial District over Judge T. Ash
The victory of Mr. Wendenburg,
while not pre'elicted by the politicians,
was largely due, it is said, to his bril
; liant work in the pre>secution of Henry
iC. Beattie. Jr. He received a majority
I of votes cast outside of Henrico, and
\ when that county reported it was shown
i that he was clearly in the lead.
j Robert Samuel Jeter, sixty-six years
t old, died Thursday at his home in Han
i over county. He leaves his wife snd
! four children.
Writes Interestingly of Goshen
The IjiIo Dr. I'hppo ami Pemil) Rev.
J. S. Ryland, KtC,
8p nia, V.i , K.pl. 7tb.
It was my privilege to Im- pressen!
at the meeting e>r the Gosh n As
soeiation which net with Count)
Lino Baptist church on the ".ill In
This community is famed for Its
sp!?sad!d hospitality, snd i em
mm? it serrer sntertalned mona
heartily an.I handsomely lui. u
?liil em this oc-a.eion. I n
many Invitations, ami II would
have be d unfeigned pleasure t a >
s< i --pi them all, but u I spent on
Iji eme- night in the- communlt) i
coold ?>f course respond tee onlj
one- I found * moot delightful res)
?<?? in the- boms of til.- pas
tor, Rev. J s Ryland.
Wll.it .1 l|e>.,.| of lei- molli s i une
"v.i- i/?.- m I entend again th?' por?
tals of this fino old mansion, s<>
long the borne of that large h< art
mt gentleman, the?
lato Dr. Joseph Fllppo His daugh?
ter, Julia, was erne of toy lx--?t
friends when i lived in Lan.aster
county, where; he-r lioiue w.ia, ami
my heart became te-ndor as I
thought of tho elays that are- no
inore-. Mrs. Flippo, Hi,, faithful
and helpful companion of the doe
tor feir so many years, still lingers
"ii the? shores of time?, feeble, but
?'ill alert ami a benediction t?>
ibout her. Mrs. Ryland.the
wlfo of the pastor, was the young?
est daughter of tho doctor, and on
a visit to her sister, Julia, was bap?
tised by me more than twenty-five
rears ago. a band e,r affection
was then formed between us which
has steadily grown to the- presen!
Il Li not to be- wondereel a
Ui.it Mr. Ryland is a happy man
with sue h a woman to preside over
his homo and such a nobls church
to serve. I can give him no hlgli
upllment than to say ba is
In every way worthy of the blub
place ho fills.
Tho Goshen Associ?t ie>n ?s ono
of tho olelest In th?? State l,< itm
OTetr a bnndred ye'ars old; imie-e-ii
its centennial was celebrated at
County Lin?; Marly twenty rWUTI
agei. It ceevers a wide territory ami
has forty-five churches. I'It im <eeii
eervatlve, ami wedded to old ways,
It moves somewhat slowly, but It
moves, and the' re-peirts i rom the
churches show a marked advance
during the past ten .wars.
It Is most flttUag ?hat the m'??l
erator should be capt rj. T smith
and tho clerk, A. C Smith, both Of
whom have long bold these posi
ml aro thoroughly acqualnt
i'd with their ?lutie>8 It goes with?
out saying that they wero unanl
moiisly re elected anel probably will
fill these places as long as they an
arUHng tei s.-rv The' ministry of
the SSSOCIatlon has some- strong
men, notably, Mr. Walton, of Lyle's
ehurch; Mr. Williams, ?if Predi
burg, and Mr. Ryland, of County
The? ellscU8Slons of the topics
under coaslderatloi were about as
usual, i was especially ?.
with Mr Rylaad's address e>r w.-i
BOme Mr. Kii'lianlson's spe-, eh on
temp?ranos, Mr. Seiweiis account of
'he- mission w?erk in Argentina, and
Hi" t.iik on the- Laymen's ?fove
iii'-nt by Mr. s. T Dickinson,of N?*
The? attendance e>f iieie-:;.n, s was
ll'et largO, hilt the- pe-eiple- ram.? |n
overwhelming <ie>w<ls. Unfortunsi ?
iy hundreds of the-m came' with no
purpose or desire to attend 11??>->
i of tl e. association or the
preaching in l lie- hall ami eli.l
nothing but wan,1er about laughing
and talking ami getting then
in readlaees "? devour the dinner.
It is a gre?at problem to know what
i') elei with these crowds,
The next meeting eif the. sssocla
liein will be held with Heaver Dam
ehurch Andrew ItroaiMus.
GOSHEN BAPTIST ASSSOCIATION
The Annual Meeting s Crest Succ?s?.
Tho Goshen Association met at
County Lino Baptist church, in Car?
oline, on Tuesday of this we-e k
with a good repr??#x?ntation from
There are about 45 churches in
the association, extending all tho
way from the Rappahannock to the
James In Pieelmont Virginia.
All of the old officers of tho as?
sociation were unanimously re-eloct*
ed, with Capt ( T, Smith as mod?
erator, Mr. A c. Smith as clerk,
and J. M. ?leadles, treasurer.
Reports wero made to the associa?
tion concerning all the work of tho
Baptists In Virginia. They reveal?
ed a good state of progr?s, later
osting addresses were maele by del?
egates and visitors
Tho hospitality of tho gooel peo?
ple? of Caroline was unbounde<l aud
the vast throngs wero easily and
Tho association adjovrned on
Thursday to meet Tuesday after
the first Sunday in September. 11* l?,
at Beaver Dam Baptist church, lu
Fluvanna county, with Rev. J. S.
Ryland, of County Line, to preach
tho annual sermon?.
To Help He-build CMlft'l (liuieb.
On tho closing session Rev. R. A.
Williams niado a short appeal in b??
iialf of old Cralg's church and ask?
ed that steps lie take-n by the
association to give the |S09 need?
ed to help this old church In their
task of rebuilding. After earnest
and tender speeches from ("apt. c.
T. Smith, Mr. M. F. Waite anel Rev.
J. W. Cammack In support of this
movement, Mr. Lee J- Orates, ?l
Kreelericksburg, In a business like
address generously offereel to give
11 mi If the association woubl give
the remainde-r up i?> $?*?""
The association took Mr. Craves"
proposition up anel in a few mo
tne-nis the association pledged the
balance of the money, Mr. Williams
pledging the Baptist ehareh eef
Fredericksburg for |iO of the
amount, and all tho churches pledg?
ing amounts acconling to their abil?
ity and many missionary societies
giving. Mr. M. V. Harris, of Gran?
ite Springs, is the- treasurer eif this
building f uni] and one eef the
leading workers of Cralg.
KING GEORGE BAPTIST
S. S. ASSOCIATION
A meeting of the King Ceeirge- liap
tist Sjnelay S.-hool Assoe-iation was
helel at Montague's chapel on Satunlay
anel Sumlay, Sept. 2 and 11. There was
a large attenelance.
Rev. J. F. Billingsley is pistor of
the- eliiire-h. Ad>lre?sses were made by
Re'v. .1. II. Newbill, Rev. J.F. Billings
ley, W. S. Rogers, E. J. Richardson
and Thus. White. Papers were read by
Mrs. C. B. Arnold, J. N. Feed, Jr., J.
E. McDaniel, Mrs. Annie E. Grigsby.
Many ?Iclegatcs participate?! in the
INJURED MEN IMPROVING
Engineer Farmer and Fireman
Porter, who were injured In the
wreck at Hamilton's Crossing Tues?
day night, are both improving and
It is thought will leave the hospit?
al in a few days.
MRS. J. A. BROOKE DEAD
Mrs. J. Ambler Brooke died at the
residence of her husband, st Culpeper
Thursday, aged 56. She was the
daughter of the late Hon. John Cooke
Green. She is survived ty her hus?
band and six children:
John C. Brooke, of Washington; Mrs.
L. W. Jennings. Mrs. W. A. Bickers,
and Misses Mikian, Beessie and Fannle
Chancellor Makes The Price!
Spring Farming 1911
American Wire Fencing?, from 28 to -r>H inches high; Barbed Wire and Staples, Superior Disc Drills, Drag
ami Spring Tooth Harrows, the Beat Manure Spre'.idors.the Best Gasoline Knginea, 2 to 20 Horse rower;
Sawmills, Farmers' Friend Corn Drills, with tea without fertilizer attachments; the Most improved
Cream iSeratrators, :ill rises; Han?! anel Heirs?? ami Riding C'ultivators, Farm Wagons, Carriage,Buggies,
anel eithe'i* Vehicles, Tar Roofing Paper anel Caps, Olive?r Chille-el Plows, Farmers' Friend Plows, Churns,
Chains, Well Buckets, Spades, Hoes and other Farming Implements bought for cash in large .quantities
ami offered at th,' very I..west esafa pri<?.?. REMEMBER THF NAME AND PlaACB
M. S. Chancellor
FARMERS' SUPPLY STORE, Commerce Street.
Week Beginning Monday, August 28th
EVERYTHING IN HOUSEHOLD GOODS AT SPECIAL PRICES
This is an unusual sale as these goods are seldom sold at sac ?fice prices. Come and get
your winter supply at Cut Prices.
Fredericks- f Id |A|VpC Big
burg's t. TV. JVIiLJ store
Tho ensuing session of th?' pul?
He schools of Freadecrlokaburx will
txHaaeaos Monday, s?-pt 11, r?ii
Tho pupils will he? enrolled as r?>l
1st day. Resident pupils <?r last
rear up tei noon anel boo rssldeni
pupils at 1 je. m.
2nd day. .\'on-re?sle|e?nt pupils
Tuition feo for non-n-siile-iit pu?
pils is in edraaee anel win he? tu
lows: Primary grades, $1.1
school month, Cranmiar gradeBS, $2
per school month. High school,
|] 10 pe-r lehooi mont h
Hy eirdor e,f tho boai'el.
A. B. Bowering, cie?rk
MILLINERY OPENING AT
Mr*. .Iim-I Haines will have' her new
fashionsbl? Pall Milline-ry opened on
Uondav, Sept, 11th, e-eeurt ?lay. Loi
t it - - a, i ? i et lower pri?es that has ever I
been sold in Bowling Green. All are> m
vite-el. Mr?. Jot'l Haines.
CELERY & STRAWBERRY I'l.ATNS
CsleiJ plants are very scarce and
high in the North. Southern planters
can reap a rich harvest by planting
celery this season. 1 have (?olden Self
Blanching anel Winter (?tieen. 100,000
plants. Some small celery plants for
$2 per thousand. Also fine strawberry
plants. Warren Shinn, Woodbury, N. J.
A good reliable man to work n
small farm on R. F. & P. R. .
MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit on trood security. Ap?
ply to Lee J. Graves, attorney It/
Wanted---To rent de?
sirable farms for cash
rent. Also want to rent
property in this city. If i
you have farm or city
property you want to
rent, apply at once to
)ohn W. Allison. Jr.,
In tho name of tho Common-1
wealth of Virginia. In tho clerk's}
office of tho Circuit Court of th?
??ounty of Bpotevtvaais em the i;tu
day of September, 11)11. BenJ. l'ol
glase, plaintiff, against Virgin,; Pol?
glase, who was Virginia A. Cox, elo
In equity on forelgh at ta?- h men t.
Tho object of this suit now p?inl
im; under tho style abovo given sai
an attachment sued out thereon, LSI
to attach tho estate of said Virgin
la 1'oleglase, who was Virginia A.
Cox, In the following realty. A
tract of land In Chancellor District,
Spotsylvanla Ce)., Va., about S miles
west of Frederlcksburg, Va., and
which is bounded by Jett, Cox and ]
others, and is the Iff acres OOS-I
veyed unto said Virginia Polglase
by Lucy Cox and others by ?I?*??<t
of date August 2nd, 1907, and no i
corded In the clerk's office of said
county In Deed Book A X, page!
155, and to subject the same to'
the payment of the claim against'
her therein asserted, towlt: A
claim for |50.75 with Interest from
June 9th, 1911, and $2.14 protest
And an affidavit having been mad?
and filed that the defendant, Vir?
ginia Polglase, who was Virginia A.
Cox, la not a resident of the State
of Virginia, it is orderod that she
do appear here within fifteen days
after due publication hereof, and
do what may be necessary to pro?
tect his interest in this suit. And
it is further ordered that a copy
thereof be published once a weeki
for four "weeks in The Free Lance, !
and that a copy be posted at the!
front door of tho courthouse
of this county on or before the
n?axt succeeding rule day sfter the
entry of this suit.
T. A. Harris, Clerk.
BenJ. Purvis, p. q.
T. A. Harris. Clerk
FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF
STATEMENT OF THE
FINANCIAL CONDITION OF
The Farmers anil Merchants State
Bank, incorporate, located at Fred
ericksburg, in the county of Spotayl
vania, State of Virginia, at the close
of business Sept. 1st, 1911, made to
the State Corporation Commission.
That Fredericks- km
Iaosns and Discounts. fcfiiO, l:'/. H
bure lias Olle Of the ?'Verdrafta, sue red. none,
t, w -^ w? mo unsecured, $1,.V.)1.7);. 1,6917?
unoi. i,n_i,n t_ tt;- B?i"l. Se-.-uritiea,etc.,owned
DeSl UPDKS in Vir- including premium on same 34,04*80
Furniture and Fixtures. 2,165t)0
2'inicl F.xchanges and Checks for
? ' next day's clearings. 5,l?l H
Other cash items. 160 00
Due from National Banks... 70,020 56
Tl*?of +1 ' K lr r>aPer currency. 2?..'
lUaiJ tlUS DanK Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents. 126 60
performs with in- ft* coin. *'$?J?
c Silver coin. 7;?e 00
telligence and dis- Total..5535,85874
cretion any legiti- capital stock paid in.$ 50,00000
Surplus fund. 22,000 00
mate banking: serv- Un,,ivided Drofiu? ? .e ? ?
""?*"? ?*-"?'* ? expenses, taxes and in?
terest paid. 2,7.? 20
ice it can properly in.iividuai deposits. 454,727 46
Demand certifitiflcates of
undertake is prov- r&S?*^? o*?*Tt S.S8
... . Ortilied checks. 27 10
en by the volume -
Total. $535,868 74
Of itS bUSineSS, aS ?? Jno- F- Coulelmsn, Jr.. cashier, 90
solemnly swear that the above is s
?.^n~^?-~,j i^?*.-u^ ~? true statement of the financial condi
reiieCtea Dy the an- tion of the Farmers and Merchants
State Bank, incorporated, located at
n e X 6 d Statement Fredericksburg in the county of Spot
aylvania, State of Virginia, at the close
_t,!Ai, _.?___ of business on the 1st day of Sept.,
WniCU yOU are lir- 1911, to the l^st of my knowledge and
gently requested to t. Jn0; J[- Gotuldm?n. '?*?? cashier,
examine carefully. b. d. cotsT
M. G. Willis,
A. P. Rows,
State of Virginia, city of Fredericks
burg, sworn to and subscribed before me
by Jno. F. tjouldman, Jr., cashier, this
Ht day of Sept., Uli.
Paul Karaten, Jr., Notary Public.
My commission expires Jsn. 24, 1914.
The Farmers & Merchants State Bank
Of Fredericksburg, Va.
?juiuvi upuu iu jipiuiivu
9 You will want Shoes for the little folks now don't forget thnt we
have thi? best line in the city to select from. Solid throughout and
?tnade to lit the feet. Don't buy until you see these. Here are MM
prici'.s that will inU'rest you.
0 Hoys' Gnu Metal Shoes, made
on the n??w hito last, CO fif?
Q lac?? an.l butte.n.?PeC.UU
Misses' Kxtra Heavy Kid Shoes
r?'infor(?ed throughout, noth?
ing like? them in the t j Cfl
city, lace & button *fi?wU
Misses (iood Qualitv 1 OK fl
kid Shoes, all solid.. *******
Misses Bengal Calf, soft and
pliable,splendid value, 1 OC a
all solid. ??w? Q
Children's Sho??s in Chrom?? A
Calf. Renga! Calf and kid, I
is?*!? 1.00 to 1.50 ?
9 Hoys' Heavy Box Calf, 1 IE
all solid and full vamp *****
? Boys' Kxtra Quality 1 Cfl
Satin Calf, all wilid... ****U
P Little (ients
\ ?^" 1.25 to2.00
?> Misses' Heavy Chrome Calf,
?une? t>f our liest 1 CO
?W.H. Bridle &Co.?
j The Progressive Shoe and flat House. -
ft fit Hain StKct, frUa?istm. VfrgMa.
You no doubt know we are headquarters for good solid Sho??s.
We want to see you. Come to the phice where the price is right ami
the gexids are better.
A meeting of the Spotsylvania Con?
federate Monument Committee will be
held in the Court House Tuesday after?
noon, Sept 12th, at '*! o'clock. Business
of importan?-? is to be transacted snd s
full attendance is desired.
Mrs. Lizzie J. Harris, chairman.
Mrs. Willie Rhodes Waller, secreUry.
For i'p-to date, neat stationary send
your orders to This Free Lean?-?.
We are now prepared to furnish hook
and lin.- fishermen with minnows and
boats at the south en?', of Aquia Creek
bridge. Will meet all local trains fro?
Saturd y.the 9th. A. Segar and W. T.
Wirt ' IsTSt
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We have buyers far real estate on
Potomac and RappaaanMK?k Elvers.
List your property with tu st orna*.
Piednumt Real Estate Agency,
tf FradetriekstMUi, Vs.