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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
ness and kVst.Coniains ncitlw
(Ipiunt Morphine norMiixTaL
Aperfect Remedy forroie-sli-a
lion. Sour StoBV3ch.Diarrt??J
Worms fmrnilsions i'rwrisk
ness ?wd Loss of Sllkp.
FacSimlr SiijMturr uf
Atb months old
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
As Usual We Arc Always First With New Ones
Never before have we otr. reel ?uchbeautiful r- al
We fit your f?et scientifically, in-eurinR comfort ?Aitli ?\trene?- >i\le?.
-SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS
BROWN $ CRISMOND,
The lat'ael??rs in (?e.eed Sk?h ami lint-, 911 Main Street.
In Making Your Arrangements For the
Fall and Winter
Do not forget that you will find the best grades of
A Wilson Heater
Will Save 40 Per Cent, of Your Fuel Bill
The celebrated Hot-Blast. town-Draft1 creates -ee-rfect ceetnliustiein, the
fases anel fumes (40 -?er cent, of the heating power ? >f wood), ordinarily
escaping unburneij up the chimney in ?ether stoves, are' all roosumed ami
turnf?d int? heat in the WILSON. The Wilson is the only heater in the
world which actually burns all the fad put into it The WILSON ?s
air-tight, heat can be regulated tee any degree, and will heelil a tire for .%
hours. What you save on fuel will |ia> fora WILSON HEATER in one
season. Burns Wood.
FOU SALE BY
GEO. W. HEfLIN,
When she wants a
portrait of him, or he
one of her, we make
them?the kind that
A Full Gallon of
Good Whiskey for
KWe will kwp you supplied with the beat brand? of Whiskey at the
tveat Prices ever known.
Our enormous Stock include?* every Whiskey we know of that
will give satisfaction to the user?and we will sell
Direct to You at Wholesale Price?
We want a trial order from you-and we ask you to
SEND $2.00 TO-DAY FORA GALLON JUG OF ANY OF THF,
OUR LEADER DAISY WHITE RYE
KING OF KENTUCKY CLUB XXX
FARMER'S DELIGHT OLD N. C. CORN
-FOR SOMETHING EXTRA FINE ORDER
OLD VICTOR RYE i,-ffiVUV,A-5K $3.20
Foil Price List And Order Blanks Sent on Request.
119 Market PIa?ce, Baltimore, Md.
Coatesvillo Lynching Probo
Takes New Turn.
FIVr WOMEN FACE JURORS
Youth Accused <)i Perjury Follow?
ing Hi? Testimony Before the
Orand Jury Investigat?
Went Chester, Pa., Bept. 7 -Parker
f eventoen yean old, one at tin?
ii-tk'Beil baforo the granel
Jury InvsstlgattBf the lytchlBg ?it
Sack Walker, !n Coatesvtlle. on Aim
IS, iras srrested ??hi after li?- bad
given his lostlmimy. The wsrraal
cha i tl lnm with perjury.
i-u|K<i Ir. the? Worth
mill lie was arte Med by Andre?
I policeman, of the?
Philadelphia i lu-adln? railway,
li?.- was admitted to i>ail before Jus
tie-,? 1.1 the Peace Paxm-n The sum
was Axed ?it |SOO. The ipeciflr charge
on the perjury warrant la ':<?
falsely before the? irtud Jury."
...I 11. Qlbboaey, s nwmber of
its ville- couacll, *
iei before t .?? piobers, tui was exam?
ine e! for .1 lllOl I
I l| kin, David Wright and W L
hue! been, called before the
grand Jury, o.iie-i Urompton, coloree),
t?ir.j?!?)>?? e 1 ;n i!k- ;.anii- mill as l-\>oa,
was . .i ??:,. jury room, and
while i.?- ua? there Fa <* wa
summoned. Ths be
ami recalled ue> leas thatn thiee times
trlcl .i irnej
out e.-,i the corridor and beckoning t??
Ira his full ii.m.r
? n 11 ~ a o r. Qawthro** then
: and despal
? .! in ttio con
eitiie ? i i return bs
?| dont 'mow whether they have
.. warrant lor me en n |
it I had
? mpton how the
i i bad
1 did tell Crompton about it, bul II
I got I
? ? .? ?
"I eiiilll I te-ll t'l
eel te.M me tir = ?. h iwevi r, an !
?el Jurj evidently :
a I ex] ? i cum
Ing foui ? ?mes tl
V llle heispl!
il the hOSpttSl ?'.?id .1 le
- ?round e'nle-f ol Po
lee- Crastead. It .
? y \. is e>n duty al
e u|neii the nii?ht e.f the?
. ! that Sill? l)Ve?. he arel :l
. :i lomebod) r-.t the
? . Un : id, asking
?i from the- mob, ?
ms surrounded the I
time- f.ie-u- bave been
amors that a tele
It could not bs i>
' an s rumor. The tl :
Ml I"." y a nil.] te-n ! te. ?
u t in no ?>:' -
itor on dnty ?ben
ws burned to death be ae ?
i wltb any facts of valu
? "'-?. with mIkm Townsend. th?*?
Superintendent ?if the hospital: Miss
Me M DSmln, a nurse, ami Mr*. Bbert
dan, .it thai time a cook in th?- hos?
pital employ, arrived from Coatesvllle
?en ;i trolley rar anel at noes
e.. where they awaited
U ? ! '.i Inquiry.
Whether Miss Townsend, ths Brsl
. could give the- grand Jury any
: .i those in the- mob Is n >1
known, L il her examination consumed
fully a half I
is eine? of the
; :??? eif the W;trel ill
which tie self-wounded colon
was ; lai ed afte r hli si rest
SJfiOSINO IS BARRED
8teel Trust to Forbi-J Use of Weed In
eelel i l an I \ I ,1 |oll
benei forth nie ab
ly 11 ntn ban ! In Plttsborg'i ?- e il
work pi ; .1 <??? ed ato
iL'ie or i pe will be tabexted within an
The !ii ; move was made si Am
IWH site of the- .Viie--le an
Hi-id e- ' on panj 'i gre t indus, ry, No
ding smoking within the- lei? plant.
Novelist Found Dead In Her Room.
Loi Ion, .-'? ;.t 7 Mrs. Ka
Cecil '. I >? note .1
who srn.tc '!' io M i quei ee'.. r-" and
was found dead at a ho?
tel In Cork. Upon retiring Mrs. Thar
?tos was in l ?r asnal healtU. .\? oplexy
la given as lbs death.
$1 Counterfeits Now.
?Mtootsa, ?':e. Bept ~. Cotnterfelt
$1 Mils ha?.e been circulated In Ai
toein.e. Purple and red ink has been
used to ii!iit:ite the lore and the- print?
ing Is paler than on the genuine note.
Virginia : Polytechnic : Institute
Degrie courses in Agriculture, Horti?
culture, Applied Chemistry, Applied
G?logy. Civil, Mining, Mechanical and
Electrical Engineering, Metallurgy and
Metallography. Sixty-four intructors,
Thoroughly Equipped Shops, Labora?
tories and Harns. Steam heating and
electric lights in dormitories. Library
12,000 volumes. Farm of 1,100 acres.
SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURAL AP
(One Year Course for Young Farmers.)
Total cost of session of nine months,
including tuition and other fees, board,
washing, uniforms, medical attendance,
etc., $283.H5. Cost to Virginia students,
~The next session opens WEDNES?
DAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1911.
Paul b. barringer, m. d., l. l. d.,
Write for catalogue. 8jy.''m
John F. Scott,
AND HARDWARE SPECIALTIES.
Main St., One door below Chas. Wal?
lace ft Bro. Full 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?in<r at Scott's
hardware store. _
There is scarcely any condition of ill
health that is not benefited by the
occasional use of s R1PANS Tabule^
For aale by druggists. The Five cent
packet is enough for an ordinary occa?
sion. The family bottle, 60 cent*, con?
tains a supply for a year.
MRS, AUGUST MI,
Wits Un8xpect:dlv Emis
Her Newport Season to
Seek Mountain Climate.
tOt?-,e} il,lht by Alien;, a? 1'ituui AsauclataSta.
? Lr?AVJ ..tWPOtiT
Suddenly Leave Rhode Island Rtior-t
New-sort, H i. Sen! 7 Mi and
Mrs \u.?! il Belmonl have oneipe t
eut) e le -e.. Fly-the Ses und gone
White mountains, whara Ihej will re
!? la gal i thai tas i llmsts si New
sith Mrs. Belmont
tuple, boweve r, passed an en?
joyable, even Ihotsgh brl
d Mrs Belmonl retorna i fr m
to July 19.
GIVlS BALL TO VliaLAG
Mrs. John H. Hanan Again Ho-tesai at
-In t ie
Narrag Ina Mr-1. John II.
ol New V'.1 It, gave ?.e .
: ? ! ball tu more than 50*'
of tli.- vlll
?eld, 1 .nd oti.c-i
The grand man h was led by Mrs.
; .111.1 "Commodore" Petorson, 1
was .;. n> log, and ;!.- n
Aninn? those who were Invited to
the ball were e hauffeurs, 1 arrlage driv?
ers sad of Be mil Kingston.
??Ve'ton Sure of Taft'? Reelection.
Denvi ? ; ' v Tl 1
I Preal enl Tail's re
? Ion and r<- alee lion. II
certain as say fntare evenl mn be."
This was ths declaration wnde by
Iture Wlls en, who
srrived to tttend the- formal opening
of t>ie- S;n"U y dam ?nd irrigation pro?
Auto Hunter "-."lot.
Bpringfleld, o. Sept. ?.?-Reaehlnr
baek to lilt on?? of his children tee th
front peat of bis sutomobtle, Bar!
Beanlon, a feirmor aaloonkee**?: r, .a c
dentally (Uncharged !.i.. shotgun, ui
talniti^' injiirie-s which caused his death
at the city hospital The loaei
penetrated his I ??ft ihoolder, tea: in
off the arm at the |
Big Malt ->lant Durns.
Kewasknm, Wit., Bept 6. - The
plant e-f the L Rose nhelmer N'ait and
Grain company was destroyed by Are
with a ! - ie en'l ? vl
lags was ihres'? m d 1 p! m
It the only h
FORCED TO LEAVE HOME.
Every year a large number of poor
suffers, whose lungs are sore and rack?
ed with coughs, are urged to go to
another climate.' But this is costly and
not alwavs sure. There's another way.
Let Dr. King's New Discovery cure you
at home. "It cureel mcof lung trouble,"
writes W. R. Nelson,of Calamine,Ark.,
"when all else failed and I gained 47
pounels in weight. Its surely the king of
all cough and Tung cures." Thousands
owe their lives and health to it. It's
positively guaranteed for Ouglis, Colds,
La Grippe, Asthma, Croup-all Throat
and Lung troubles. ,r>0c & $1.00. Trial
bottle free at M. M. Lewis'
A. B. Botts S Co..
Fire, Life and Accident
Office 312 Commerce Street
Representa sixteen first-class com?
panies. Rates low as the lowest, and
losses promptly adjusted and paid.
?MON H.RSB ft BBO.
Commerce St, Frcdericksburg, Vs.
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,
CET IFF Lt?Y
Mild Fines for Violators of
Puro food Liw.
MAKING IT "HOf" FOR MM
The Dep.irtment of Agriculture and
Courts Impose "Condign Pun?
ishment" on Those Who
Deal in Dop?.
WsahiaftiMa, Bept I -- Mon
?tun punishment" ha ; boon meted oo:
to tin' ofenden sgslnsl lbs pi
and ill O I SCl
BWOOplhg ?leiwn OB the? Mi'l.U I- eif
the- 111? llite-ll'lid l.i protect the- public
ae?aln.-et the doping oi food pradneeta
und ttrugs, tin- depSaTtment of sgricnl
turc, aide-el by the ceiurts, ks
making it bot f-ir tho-*?- malefae tora
ai- lu ru vlolatlne? the' federal
A i ? I I? i' I JiiilKtiicnt In
pun? feind and draga eases bas besa
given int b) thu department of agrl
culture, They make Interesting lead?
ing. I'm Inataace, rheumstlca the
conntry over will bail with delight tho
way th- goveramesnt Ik aettlag its face
haul agslnal tboss transgressors who
de-al In mlsbranded eure-s for rheuma?
tism a es i' .h point comea from ths
eastern district m Wisconsin, wiie-ie,?
the? i'??e ? BtattM attomej Bled Infor
nation .. da I a R ? ins medicine or
remed) i nrs which was labeled ss
? i e me- th.- no i stubborn
tic ni muscular rheums
i;.- followed, eir ih"
money i?-:ii!ii|e-d. Analyi -. '>\ ths
bureau e.f chemistry .??!.
rhubarb ami alcohol ane! it
..'. e-i at?
tributed in them. The- deft ndsnl ?a
arralsned, pleaded guilty and
of $i" was Impo ied ,ui i lmm<
similar punishment wsa meted oui
Illinois companj that m
radical sad ? foi rkeuma
und tin- like
mlarry to !..
ami t.. lui k the- th. ?; e-i ? ?>i
. for It. Moreover, ? wsa t uni
?d |10 and -
\ t ; -:n ahlpped whal
whlcb waa considered b) the
eif chemistry to he- both sdulterated
i.ml mlsbranded. It waa found
otbei things, t ? > i ontaln e m all
:iif admitted the
-, Jury and tl
fourni he- was not |
A Infrie i - i unbia linn Ihsl
1 with glue i--?? and isl
i. giving a bond o( |it
M-ii any e,f it contrary to the
i the law.
A V I
Se-t ailed llthla
by a psrty in Waukcsha, v. ?-.
I? \e..e< fu 'llil ?
iblc Quantity of lithium une;
. ontaln ths l
I - alleged for it. a One ol ?
i of guilty.
A line? of ISO ?a n a Ma I?
? '-s Individus! foi I
of alleged lemon extract ami vanllli
A quantity of turpentine, In th?? po;
i e.f 7.. I?. Oilman, e.f v.
t .n. found t?> he' adulterated -uni mla
i. was condemned and
(?no of the most Importan)
whieh have besen up i?-r<>re- the- depart
i 1 .nt- linn?
i --c pro?
d'ie t in the- . ni the Mer?
chante1 Refrigerating company,
My city, (examinations by the
latrj ni sample--: showed it to
contain - if ami 6.000,.? or
| the or
?ubttane e- In Whole or ?.a I
libel and hefd that the government
' ;!?.'.. ii I' i a ?? The
was re-lea-?-.1 to the claimants The
fni .el law Involving '
whit h i., a ?.ate nted iubi lane e.
Se ?.e-tal othe I .le.1 In
the lut of notices of Judgment, In
none tif whle
Lanqford Outpoints Jeannette.
New Toi k, Be pi ?- In ? lei re.und
glove contest which I'llstie.,] with art
ente und bard luttin:, Sam Langford,
the Bo iby, outpoii
Jeannette, oi union Hill, (f. .t.. by i
small margin in Madison Bquan Qsi
den. Langford'i barder punches en
Shied him tt) carry off the horn..
as they I
Drives Auto 25 Miles In 15 Minutes,
niddeford. Nie.. Bept I.-?LovfJa Dt?
brow, eirlvlne; a Pop^Haitford, made
a new world's automobile reeord nt
Old Orchard Bsach, Koinu twenty-flve
miles in IR minuten, 25 second?.
Qean Your Carpets
-TRY A BOX OF
Cleans your carpet on the floor, saves
time, money anei labor. Not inflammable
leaves ye> ?lor, restores original colors
does not injure the most delicate fabrics.
H. M. Lewis, Druggist.
The Rexall Store.
Nymat S. Sacrey,
Undertaker and Embalmcr
No 719 Main St,, Frederieksburg.Va.
Phone i'H. Across from Exchange Ho?
tel and next to Western Union office.
Telegraph and telephone orders receive
prompt attention. Open day and night
fJHICHESTER S PILLS
y^hjeX l*aii?t A., new i>r...i., L ?**???
f''US-GW! I'lll? la K.a- ?a-l CM ?e-e . \V/
T-. ??<M !"????, ??IM wie? Kl as RiU.... V/
M ?-a?Seal T.k? a. .(he. liar aT Tarnt ?
1/ ' df ?rantwl. A - > ?> III I IIK-a-TrU*
l'a? (?f IMAMeiM? I1IIIM? l-ll.l.a. I , ti
\W m r?anaa<?na?l'c?C.S?itit,AI??rikd,abM
Factory Mgr. Am.
Tob. Co. Say?:
'I hive? lee-en Mi'f.'r
Imr ve-ry mucn fross
i In my hc??t,
I of the
I was ofte-ii wek-.l iii>
?t n i a- lit Krstehinii
!. ind m i - in
king f.nir bait
MILAM, I f.-I
?ii onntinuinff to u*?? it M :i-e I? le?
raed] i?. ii. .sii.\c:ci.i:koku.
Dsnville, Va.. March?. 1910.
Eczema of 26 Year? Standing Cured.
Huntini:?. ii. W. V.l., .July IB. HIO.
In .1 I'i'i iry I a-et I wrnt ?
e.r retiintl the- money. We II, v.m e- in I
My ' i? I- e-nlir. ly veil, I f -?( bette r th
Inynnin an* ?ray. Am flalibiog up mi sth
bottle nenr, sna think after 3S years ol I
am cured. With be.t Wlihef,
ISuned] C. II. WILLIAMS.
P.oriatit?A Vilolent Form of Eczem.i.
Hloi.-h-. N. ('...lui',
Milam Mctliciii?.- Co* 1'anville, Va.
?n I hive been ifTlieted v11I1 1 t.er
t'irini? -?W111 dl - I ley the phy?l
Cl ini Ie) Ie- "P?OI ll I t It for II 11
m il in (row ?'
.tie m. i'il- lo '1 1 my ? orle. My Ihe ni-. Ice ef my
Milan um M n a
-. ii. ? road t.i '
I am now
:t ?-..r? - m it
in aivina lit? ?
J. VV. IMNCHRACK.
Ask Your Druggist or Write .,
4iUm Medicine Co., Danville, Va.
Rumors of War Over IHiy
in Morocco Dispute.
mm DEMANDS (Kit HAND
Proposals to Germany Are in Treaty
Form and There is No Hag?
gling Over Territorial
I'orltn, S?'].! I.? The ner>
1 ? 1,-ie ted Frane o-Oerman ne
ns with regard to Morocco
teems to hu\?? ineressed with the- re
n .it the' Oei man foreign ofllce
m between t In?
Frene b ambaaaador, M. Cambon, sad
tin? <. r, Herr
Will : bell 1 ilr.-iiiuti'.l In
Vine i;li t )Wtl : At
owing to minors tl at war ?
. re. The- ii.inks , ;? enforcing the
rule, that notl.1 lbs Intention of
? ? .
given in sdvsnce, and tin- ntrie-iai-s
inn tl.. ? nf the reports.
Ambassador Reported Shot.
: rumora ? Irculstlng on ths ai
r. to (ha effect that the
Gennsn ambaaaador to Prance, Herr
Von Se be - had been murdered Is
Paris and ? Germany Inunsdlstely
would ?le-- Laie war, wers atren !
by tin- return of a dragoon regiment
to Colmar, th?? capita] ol ri>i>er Al
pate., from tbe racene of tho army ma
neuvers. An outbreak of dysentery
nmoni; the troops, however, was the
. fur the-lr n-turn to btSITI
The French proposals to Oermsny,
according to an apparently Inspired
sit?ele |irint(?tl in tin- Lokal Al
was rabmltted In the form of an clab
? Irait of n troaty
Prance, ths paper says, Is not hag?
gling over ths question of territorial
compensation if sbo is iti\pn a free
hand In Mi 1
<:? : many II Willing tee grant h?>r full
?lolltltal freedom of action, p
rranee tnke-s over corresponding i>"
lltle'al obligations, Including ths pro?
tection eii life snd property of Qetrmsa
?UbJectS end sndl the abnormal status
iintlnr which Hie? Preach authorities
es l'flhlnel the
satire regime whi-n (Herman rlghis
No iiitrii nitie-s are apprehended ove r
the question of the employment
nretl troops in a future European war,
slnte Morocco probably could nut be?
rarlfled Ir many M-.irs, an:
ralse>el elsewhere In Africa have not
proved iiartir-iilnrly reliable.
Ecanomlc Interest? In Way.
rhlef difficulty in the- ?vaj oi a ?? tl???
iiie-n' Oeraaaay, accordlni to the 1
An7.e-li<er, must In.-lst upon ? lio m 11
minuto guarantee foi
anil romme-re lal Inten
French government, unfortunately, n
tier the preaaura
ers, has a constant tendency t
Hud evade obligations In
Oeaeral tie poall i muai b
restricted!) t?> all nal on w tho*i?
which would in. T i
tone? of the? artle ;? s Ih-jr
n ?i by
NOT A WORD OF SCANDAL
marred the call of a neighbor t>n Mrs.
W. V. Spanish, of Man ville, Wyo., who
said: "she told DM Dr. King's New Life?
Pills had ctiral her of obstinate kidney
trouble, and made her feel like a new
woman." F.aav, but sure remedy for
stomach, liver and kidney troubles
Only 2?e. at M. M. Lewis'
YOU GET MORE
PHONEB: OFFICE 2C7. HOUSE
Dr. H. IQ. Eckenrode
Office corner Main and George *la
Over Goolrick'sDrun: Store.
'i'e> the votera ?if Bpotaylvaala
As our present Coremisalone r, ,l. T.
Toddj will ml I?- a candidate for re?
election f.er the office e,f Commisioner
of Revenue for Courtland District,
-IpoUylvanla county, ami ?being urged
I by a number of my friends t.: run for
said oillce, I do hereby announce myself
?ate- for that office. Should it
be your pleasure- ie. elect me, i promisa
in faithfully discharge the duties of ths
office i" the be Uihty.
Yours Verj Respectfully,
T. A. Harris, Jr.
To The Voter? of Spotsylvania Co.:
Fellow-cltizaMia, ,-u the solid
of many friends, I hereby announce
myself ?i candidate for tin? office ol
Commissioner of Revenue for Liv?
ingston Distrie-t, in I hi? county, ami
most respectfully solid! your sup
port. Should it be your pleasure
?e? else) me to this office, I shall be
gruteful ami promise to reward jemr
confidence by a faithful discharge of
97. <: Hicke.
:., ths vot.rs e>f Spotsylvania Co :
Ai Un- seiliiitaiiiin of my many
nie mis, i respectfully announce my*?
?olf a candidate feu- lbs position <>f
.. r ni' Spotsylvania countj to
be ?em-el for at tin- fall election, No
rember 7tb, till. I earnestly ask
the support e f the rob rs of
the county, In i ipee live <<r part.
affiliation, anti promise if I am hon?
ored by an election to pul forth my
be ?i endeavors to faithfully, I
i> and .-fiei'-inlv discharge lbs du?
ties "I" I '"? OfflcS ami prob
? e,r the county.
Thanking my many friends
cordial of support 1 bave
received, i am,
M. H. Dickinson
To ths dtisens of .Spotsylvania
l hereby announce myself % can?
for ?he riff, and if it be your
ire to el< < l me lo t'uis Impor?
ami Impartially discharge 'he? duties
regardless of fear or favor. I shall
tee- most grateful for your rote This
announcement I? mads subject t * ?
- BOcratiC primary,if any th?r(?
be Yours truly,
It M Waller.
in the- Veite -?g of lalvinj-B'ein Dis?
At the? solicitation e>f friends
throughout the? eilst riet I hereby
tfully announce my candidacy
teer ths position eef Supervisor for
Livingston Magisterisl District. Spot
SylvanlS county, Va . to Is? e-b e teil
e?n Nov 7th. i'.el 1 I am not un
mlndful of ths Importan! and varied
Mon, ami proniiso,
if It is v<>ur pleasure to el?-??'. me,
to devote my time? end energy and
the? very best eif tny ability to
a faithful and efficient dlsehJ
Soliciting your support in On? ap?
proaching election, I am, with s
? to serva you,
n. C. Dickinson
In the? roten ??f Spotsylvania county:
1 hereby aonounce myself a candidate
feer election to the position of eommla
of the revenue for Berkley dis?
trict, Spotsylvania county which elee
will be? he-let tins coming fall. I e
|y ask the- aii|,j?,rt of my fellow citizens
acel if i-le-i-te-1 I promise a faithful and
ii performance ->t the duties of
Hie? office to the beel of my aliility.
A. Cutler lleasley.
To the Citizens of Spotsylvania
Having been urged by many voters
t r??in all par's of the county rop?
ing beith parties, I fcave- ?D-e i.l
e'd tei he-conio a candidate for Tp as?
tir r of Spotsylvania county at the
general e?ioctl<en te> be? held Novem?
ber 7. Ill 1
re i became sheriff of 'ho
county i was deputy treasurer for
many yean and am familiar with
the- treasurer's ?luths sad umler?
nte his responslblll
Should you s-o proper to Ix-stow
this office upon me, I shall appre?
ciate the? honor and endeavor to dlg
chargs Its elutles to tin? best Inter
esta of all the people, with special
faron to no party, ring or clique,
but with equal rights and Justlco to
all, I ahall atrivo to continuo worthy
of your confidence.
Very sincerely yours,
.1. P. Turnle-y,
To The? Voten of Ilcrkl??y Township,
At the? solicitation of many voten of
Berkley township I hereby announce
my candidacy fe>r the office eif super
visor eif Berkley township. If it be
your plessuw to elect ms to this im?
portant olfice 1 pledge to perform the
duties! of said office? to the be-st tdvSD
ta;.f the in'pic and ths bounty, ami
thai all road money will be eco
ne mieslly spent equally In all parts of
L W. Hall,
td Thornsburg, Va.
To the voters of Spotsylvania:
I j hereby announce myself a candidate
i for re-election to the office of Commis?
sioner of Revenue for Chancellor dis?
trict subject to action of the Democrat?
ic party ami promise if elected a faith
! ful elischarge of the duties of the office.
Thomas P. Payne.
To the voters of Spotsylvania county:
I hereby announce myself a canelidate
for the office of Commissioner of Reve?
nos for Chancellor District to be voted
for at the general election to be held in
November, and I earnestly ask th?- sup?
port of my fellow voters of Spotsylva?
nia county, anel if elected to the said
Office, I shall fullill the eluties to the
liest of my ability and according to law.
Malm Irvin C. Cloro.
To the voters of Spotsylvania Co., Va.
Fe-ilow citizens, having decided to run
for the office of commissioner of reve?
nue for Courtland District, Spotsylva?
nia county, I hereby announce myself a
canelidate f?>r that office, and respect?
fully ask your supi>eirt 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 liest
of my ability.
Most Respectfully Yours,
td C. k. Gordon.
To the voters of Stafford County:
I hereby announce myself a candi
elatee for Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Stafford county at the election to
bo held November,191l; if elected I
will i-ive my personal attention to
the duties of the office and ?lit*
charge them to the best of my abil?
Oeo. W. Herring.
Stafford C. H. Va., June 24th, 1911.
To the voters of Stafford county:
At the request of many friends 1 an?
nounce myself a candidate for the of?
tice 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.
j271td W. E. Stevens.
To the Votera of Staford County:
I have been connected with the
clerk'a office of your county for a
period of 42 yean laat May,It takee?
almost a life time to make a good i
clerk, it being the only office In!
the gift of the people of the county !
that takes yeara of training to'
make perfect. If the people get on?>!
they approve of they ihould retain ?
him. If he don't meet the require-j
menta of tho office, the sooner they
rid of him th?> be tter.
lu my administration of the office
I h.ivo known no party,sect or cre"d,
lent have- tried to aerve all. Aa to
my personal political convictions, a
man is not half a man, who has
none?, and If Influenced by otln rs
??mes nothing but a cr?'atiire
I, therefore?, yield mine to no eine?.
The? exp?rience I have had for al
? half c'iiiury I think fits
in?- as no e-the-r person to fill the
office to the- satisfaction of the
I hope I have? not. aouneleel n.y
own praises too highly, but have:
staled what I be-llevei to be facts.
I ask you to give this m.itte?r dtse
consideration ami voto lor mo for
? rk at tho tn-xt November
Stafford, Va, June 28.
To the voten of Staire.nl county:
At the- request of many friendi I
hereby announce myself a candidate for
?? of l'ommissioni-r of the revs
nue- for Hsrtwooddistrict at tin -
m November 1911, and If ele t.-.i
promise to aerve the people with the
greatest can- and for their benefit
R. Lee Doe ?d.
To th" Voters of Stafford County:
i hereby announce myself ?i candi?
date lor office of commissioner of
tin- it renue for Hartwood and Fal
tnouth district at the coming
election in November and if elected
promise t?i serve- the people with
'in- greab st care, without fi :.r or
J. 97. Spice r
.. Stafford county, Va
To The V.ete-r-, of Stafford Co:
j At the solicitation of !'r -
announce myself an Independe m candi
date for supervisor of Fslmouth Dis?
trict, If elected I promise to discharge
the- duties of tl- office to tin- best of
C. (.'. Snell
T.Upaye-iB of Aqill.i ! I
I he-reby announce m>S<-'ef a eatl
didate? for the office of Supervisor.
1 am an advocate feir good roaels
If sleeted I will promise to use? my
Ik-si e-ffurts tei promote? bettei
dirions in this iilstrb-t. Subject te>
the Democratic primary to be held
Sept. 7, 111 l.
Peter sip el
To tin- Voten of Stafford County.
Fellow-citizens: At the? (obcitatkMi
of my frii-tcis I hereby snnounce myself
a csndidste fur tin- office of the Com?
mission? r eif Revenue for District N??.
-eel e.f Hartwoodand Kalmouth,
tei be voted fur at tin? general election
to in- held In November, Should it be
your pleasure to sled me to said office
I shall fulfill th" illltte-s eif -:tl?l Office tei
ths h? it eif my ability and according tei
law. M. K. Courtney,
jtn7 Ilartwoeiel, Va.
To The- Voten eif Stafford:
In the- past finir years it hi
my l'instant e ndeovor it) per?
form the duties eif slie'rift' With Jus?
ticie to all and favon to neme-, i
come before you again to ask ye>U to
re ele 11 me to the offies on Nov.
7th, ., ? faithful discharge
of ths duties eif the- Office.
It c I.. Moucure
To my fellow citizens eif Stafford coun?
, At the- lolicitaUon of my fri? ?
payen snd voten of Stafford e-eiunty, II
i candidate for the1
offies of treasurer of tin? eoonty, and
thereby give the- people of Staffori an
op| ortunity i their choier*
fur their treasurer. If I am *? u-i-1?- i at
the coming election in No*rember, I
promise my peraotisl attention to the
!' the office, ami will endeavor
to perform thoM duties to the beet of
my ability. Respectfully,
Chas. D. Green,
td Brooke, v<.
To ths voten of Statr..rii county:
I lie-ri-liy announce-myself a candidate
for re-election as tressurer of Stafford
and if re-elected, will give my entire
time and attention tO t he- discharge? eif
of the? duties of the oflieBS 1 thank the
roten ?>f Station! for their loyalty to
me in the past anil hope? that you may
see lit to honor me with yeiur support
at the- coming election.
W. D. Reamy.
To the Voters of Stafford county:
I he-roby announce myself a can
elhlato for the office of sheriff of
Stafford county at November elec?
tion ami solicit your support. If
elected I promise a faithful ella
chargo of the elutlca of tho of fie.
C. N. Knight.
To the Voten of Stafford.
I hereby annnun??e myself a candi?
date fur eommleaiooer or revenue, dis?
trict No. li, eef Stafford county, t.nel
promise to serve the people faithfully.
Thanking yeiu for past faveirs,
I am yeiurs respectfully,
iep6-2n H. M. Toison.
To the Voters of Rappahannock Dis?
trict, King George County.
I hereby announce myself a candi?
date for supervisor of Rappahannnck
elistrie-t at the? election to be held No?
vember 7th, 1011. If electee! I will dis?
charge the duties of the office to the
best of my ability.
mlStf C. R. Hudson.
To the Voters of Madison District.
At the solicitation of friends I re
spectfully announce myself an inde
[le-nde'nt candidate' for Mupervisor of
Madison district, Caroline county.
sepS-lm J. I). Coghill.
Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit
court of Spotsylvania county, Va., en?
tered August :i?', 1011, in the chancery
cause therein pending under the style of
of Thomas F. Alsop vs. Aisop anel others,
and having given the i?ond rajuire?d by
the saiel decree, the underwigne?! special
commissioner will, before the court?
house In I"re'tle?ricksburg, Va., at 12
o'clock M., on
Saturday, Sept., 30th, 1911,
offer for sale, at public auction, to the
highest biilder, that certain tract of
land in Chanctllor Magisterial district,
Spotsylvania county, Va., about 6 miles
west of Fredencksl.urg. of which Benj.
Alsop died seize?' ' which was con
veyetl unto him b orge Morrison by
deed of date February 7, IH67, and duly
recorded in the clerk's office of the
Circuit of Spotsylvania county, Va., in
deed book S S, p. 247. This tract con?
tains by actual survey 10 i:w-ltiO acres,
and it lies on both sidesof theold Plank
Road, immediately west of the old
Terms of sale: One-third cash and.
balance in two equsl instalments, paya I
ble in one and two years from date of
sale, the deferred payments to be evi?
denced by the purchasers bonds and be
secured by deed of trust on the land or
by title reserved, or all cash at the op?
tion of the purchaaer.
Alvin T. Embrey,
Virginia. In the clerk's office of the
Circuit court of Spotsylvania county,
this August 31. 1911. I, T. A. Harris,
clerk of said court, do certify that the
bond required by decree in the cause of
Alsop v. Alsop by decree of August 30.
1911, has been duly given.
T. A. Harris, ?Jerk.
Maryland, Delaware &
Virginia Railway Co.
Rappahannock River Line.
Schedtde in Effect Nov. 2nd. 1910.
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Conmvtton? at Fwlerickabur? wlUi V... I. AY*
R. R. and Maryland, Delaware and Vlnrtnla RaO
way Co. At Orange with Koutha.ro B, O. one
CheMpeak? A Ob.o K. R.
NOTICE Theae tabl.a? ?hoar th? time ?'which
train? may he expecta-d to arrive at or dapaxt
f.om th.- ?everal ?Ution-e, tl e lima i4? da-parture.
arrival? and connection? ar- not guarx itaaad. thay
The only line to U.? Cheuicelkm-rllla and WStVr
Kaatarn SUn.lard Tttoa. Sutlon? marked \f
M. MASTKIXER. SatMriotaaSaal
Everything fresh and clean.
are the beat for the prices in tl city.
are well and widely known t,y particu?
Don't fail to bring us your pnaluce.
We pay the highest caah prices.
Doggett & Scott,
1002 Main St 205 Co?mer.-.- St
Bay the Genuine
The praiucers of the celebrated
OLD RACKET WHISKF
beg to announce that there
onlyone dealer in Alexandria.Va
to whom they sell that whiskey
The name is
ARLINGTON LIQUOR HOUSE
If any other dealer claims to
have OLD RACKET WHISKEY
for sale, make him "show you."
Get the government stamp num?
ber on his barrel and let ua trace
Bcrnheim Distilling Co.,
For Fancy Crjmson Clover and Mill? t
lesed csli on Decker A AJdrich.