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VOLUME CXI.-NO. 254 ALEXANDRIA, VA., WEDVKSDAY EVENING, OCTOIIER 2(>, 1910 PTUCE 2 CENTS. A Reiiable CATARRH Remedy JgJJjHJ?" Ely's CreamBalm lt quickly abtorbed. Ciiej Raliet at Once. It '!.?.n?<*^, soothea, hrah aud j tha disessed _*_? brane rotmlting from CatArrh and drivea away a Cold in tho _ Head qni.klv. Re- If A V PT vTR atoroa the Sonsea of lln I F 8a?8 fcla Taste and Sniflll. Full siz" 50 cla., atDrng. riatt OB '>y mail. In liquid form, 75 cenU. Lly Broth'ers, 56 Warreu btreet, New York. Joiir )?. lloniNsox, O'ko. S. FllKMH, p?wl Seeretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and ? vmt kCTtTRKRa Feiliiizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Suiphuric Acid. Vsk voiir dealer for tho Alexandria Fi-rtili/'?i' aadChamleal Co.'s Produats. Capicity: 50.000 tona per annum. Prineess Streot and Potomac River Wharf. Alerandria, Vireinla. RA1LB0ADB Southern Railway. Trains le.ive Inioti Stntion, Alexandria. tn affeet October 2, ioio. v i; -Foliowlngaoheduleflirureapub Hsbi lonlyaa InJormatton, aml are not B7:47 A. M. Dally looal between Waah iiiL'KMi and Danville. ,:r \. ji, Dally -Loeal toa* Harnson md way atatlona. \ vi Dally- -U. 8. Fast Mail. nlv rorpasseugere for pointa aouth awblohseheduled t<? stup. Firal . eping '?:"?- i" Birmingham - room sleeping eara t" Stm Dining car aervlee. 11 17 \ M.?Dailv--M:.il train. Goaobea r.r Manasaas.Charfottes?llle.Lynchburg, Danville and Greenaboro. sioepmg ears nsboro to Atlanta. 1:17 P. M. -Week days-Local Tor War renton and Harriaonburg. : ?.11 \- Btnnlngbam spec? ial Sleepingoara between New York, Auguata, Alkea aml Jaeksonville. Slooper to Birmingham, Through lirst class ooaohca between Waralngton an<l Jaeksonville. Dlnlng car aervlee. rour ? alifirrnla four tlmes weekly. '!V I> M ? Week davs?Looal for liar rlaonburg and way stations on Manassas branch I'ulluian buffet parlorear. 6_t V. M.?Daily?Loeal f<?r Warren tonand CtoariotteeYlUe. 1027 i'. M.?Dally?Waahingtoa aml rjbattanooga Llmited (via Lrnchburg> First-class coaoh aud aleepTng cmra to Roanoke, Knoxvillo aml Chattanooga. i irleans, Waahington to irvloe. ii .,? p. m. Pail) Sew Vork, atlanta and N'ew Orleans Llmlted. All l?ullman train, olub and obaervation earj to New Orleans. Sleeping eara to Aahevllle, Atlan'a, Macon and Sew Orleans. Sleep inv ears to < iharlotte. Dlnlng oar lervlec. #27 \ M Dally Memphis apcoial. Sleeping eara and coaohea for Roanoke, Knoxville. Sashville, Chattanooga and Meinphia Dining ear serviee waan inL'ton sleeping ears <>]>eii lOwO l M. Through traTnafroni the aouthairiva at Alexandria C:13 and 626 and 1023a, m. ? i 11:; :m.i 11*3 P. M.dally, Har? riaonburg ii. - A. M. week daya *nd9-12 p m ,inu. Prom Charlottaerllle 838 A. M. TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. Loave Alexandria IW. A O. station i week daj s :it 822 A. M . 3:55 and 4 Bluemont: 633 P. M.week days for Leee l.ii,? i.v. V. M. dailv for Bluwmont and loeal, "ii Sumlays only Tor Bluemont ? A. , ? detaUcd sehedule figUiea, tiekels. Pullman roservatlon, otcapply to WILLIAM O. LEHFvT, Union Tloket Agent, Alexandria, u I ll COAPMAX. General Manager. S. II. HARDWICK, Diiss. Trif. Mi;r. ll. r CARY,Oeneral Paasenger Agent Brown, General Agent, Wiwhington, D. 0. Washington Southern Ry. lulc in efPaet May 15, 1910. Tialna leave Union Station for Wash ? and pointa north at 7-13, 808. ? | sifin. m., 1201.280.807,8 Hand ... in . dally. Por Frederickaburg, Riehmond and - south at 4 87,7 H loeal, and 10 22 a. in.. 12 l<i. 4 22. 5 17 (loeal) 7 43 and 9 5. P- ni. , , , . Aeeommodation for .? rederickabutv at U 13 a. ni.. daily. On week days this tr:iin runa through to Milford. TlraeoTarrivabanddeperturea - not guaranteed W. P. l.A Yl.CR. Traffle Manacor. Riehmond. \*. Washington. Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. ln efTeet Mav 1. 1010. l i: vvr Al.KXANPRIa. tlngton, from eorner Trince and Roval atreeta, week days. at 6 40, .. 655, 7 06, 715,730, 7 4i>, 15, 825.835,850,910,830,810, 1050, 11 10,1135, 1130. ll'* a. m 1210.12 25, 12 30, 1250, 1 10. 11\ 1 30 I, 2 50, 3 o.'.. 3 iV 3 ? . 130,4 40,4 56,5 10,625,6 0,6 15,700,7 15,7 25,808,8 30, a-00,9SMO00,1030,11 !?"> and 11 88 p. tn. Sun ? -'. ,5''0' 900j a_ ?, 10 B), 1M?'. H20 and 1140a. m..l-uum.. 1220, 12 W. 11?, 120, ?i. 4 20, 440' e. 51, c, 40. 7 00. 7 20. 7 40. 8 00. S:W, 900, .'.T0, 10 00. 10 30 and II 10 p. OL fOR MOrNT VERNON. Laava Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week davs.at 5 15, 856, 766, 851, 108, _?a ni.. 1226. 1 25, 225, 839. 4 46, 686, ??? 7 iv 8 60,9 50, 10 50 and 1160 p. m. ?Su 9 30, 10 30, 1130 a. m . 12 :?^ 1 30, 2 30. 3 9'. 4 30. 5 30, 6 30. 7 30. 14?'i and 10 !<'? P- ni. _ JUST RECEIVED Chocolate Crispo The delicious chocolate spongeindainty one pound boxes. SPECIAL 33c Taylor's Pharmacy fc> 16 King Street. _\tosillltoiaJ&azxttt. POni.lSHKOOAII.T AND TBI-WKBKl.Tr AT OAZETTE BUILDINO, 310 and 312 W PRINCE BTREET. [Entered atthe Postomeo of Alexandria, Virginia, as seoond-class matter.] Tkrma: Daily-1 year. 85.00: 6 months, fB.50; 3 months, tl.?: 1 month,43 cents 1 week. 10 cents. Tri-weekly ?1 year, $3.00: C months $1.50: 3 raontha, 75 cents; 1 month, cents. . ,, Contract advcrtisers will not be alloweii to excei-d their space unless the excoss is paid for at transicnt rates, and under no elreu?atanoea will they bo allowajl to advortise other than their legiti mate business in thespace contracted Resolutions in memoriam, of thanks, tributesof respcct. resolutions adopted by societies or persons.unless of public concern. will be printed in the |>apo? as ftdycrtisfnionts, I)IX ATTACKS STIMSON. John A. Dix turned on bis oppo nent, Henry L. Stimson,in Buffalo last nigbt and attacked his record as the prosccutor of the sugar trust. The democratic candidate for gover? nor declared tbat tbe republican nomi nee had acted contrary to "business standards" and ko a "nice seusc of honor," when be resigned as federal district attorney witb the sugar litiga tion unfinished and practically forced the goverument to eiuploy him as special counsel to continue the prosc cution at greatly increased remunera tion. Mr. Dix asked why Mr. Stimson had been satisfied with reoovering only 12.000,000 from tho Amar?BO Sugar Befining Oompany when the government'fl original claima amountetl to I'.t.OOO.OO-). Finally he assailed Mr. Stimson because "tbe men of great wealth and Bocial poritton at tha bead of tho company liave entirely escaped pnntsbment" Mr. Dix prefaoed his arraignment witb the BB8ertk>n that he "ad been forced into peraooalitteB bv tbe tactica Ol his opponent and Theo lore Roose? velt, to whom he referred U Mr. Slim aon'fl noromator." "It is a sourco of regret,"said he "i<> obaerve thal my opponent has been iu lo make this largelyacampaign ol per Bonalitiee instead ul a temperance and reaaoned diecuaaion ofthe tssuca before the people, and, among Other thioga, has chosen to reler to me aa a 'reckleaa har'and'an upatart.' He has called me a 'reckleaa liar1 beoauee I liave characterixed his nnminntor in languagi which I shall neither qualify nor with draw, and complete juatiflcntion lor tlie use ol which has l.ccn, I siibmit U) thc voters of the state, furiii-hed by the receiit actiritiea and past perfonnances nf the man who baa done more to destroy buaiue-w confideoce and uti settle values tlian any man who has cver appeared in the public life ol our country. "Why he bas called me an upatart' is eomething Wbtch, 10 this land of equality and opportunity, greatly puz ika me. Of course, I realize that my opponent is placed in B posi tio'n which must be cverything to the self-respect and susceptibilities of B man who takes himself seriously. Ovei ?badowed by hia nomioator to a degree which makes him only a very second ary issue, indeed, he istryingto emerge from Ius enlorced obacuratio-n so thal he may, in some real way,appear 'o be the candidate of his party rather tlian tbe occaeion for tlie prancing around of his nominator." It is in time of sudden niishap or ac cident tliat Cliamberlain'.s Liniment can be relied upon to take tlie place of the family doctor, wbo cannot always be found at tliB moment. Tlien it ii that Chamberlain's Liniment is never found wanting. In cases of sprains, cut-, wounds and bruises Chaniberlain's Liniment takes out the soreness and diives away the pain. Sold by W. F. Creigbton aml Richard Gibson. ?AI?BO IN A SNOW STORM. Ilalph Jobnstone ycsterday after ncn atthe intcrnational aviation tour nament at Bolmont Park, Long Island, climbed until a snowstorm, when at an aUitude of 7,330 feet, compelled him to coast back to earth, but his climb was entirely satisfactory to young Mr. Johnstono in that it cstablished a new Anierican altitude record. lf it had not been for a raiQstorm on high Hoxsey might have rcmained ' in the sky looger than he did, and may even have tlown higher than thc 5,536 feet he reached. But Jobnstone kept going right on up. For a long time the grandstands lost sight of him, as miles away to the southeast he circled about. Tho spatter of rain that hit upturned faces between 3:30 and 4 o'eloek as the crowd looked up and soutbeast toward the Johnatono speck got to Johnstono before it drove tho crowd to coyci. At first it was just a fine drizzle up where he sailed, hardly thick enough to coneeal him entirely from the watchers below. But as he got up to? ward his record mark the rain changedi to wet snow on his goggles. Then the snow began to freeze in a erust upon the goggle glasses, aud he had to wateh for a steady moment to pull them off. By this time the wind and cold and sleety snow almost a mile and a half above the real estato had left him blinded and numb. and the Btorni was not belping his engines. The engines still were working, but Jobn stone's mnadea were approacbing tbe quitting hour. As he started, finally, toward the earth ho slid into weathcr that blotted him entirely from view. At a heigbt of 4,000 feet and to tho east of the aviatiou field, Johnstone dived out of a mist bank with his engine throttled dowD, and he finished his fligbt with a long dive to a spot a few feet from his starting point. A WOMAN'S C-EVER RI.'SE. Julius Pauly, a salwman of New York, waa robbed of $6,000 in not? by a woman who entered his room, in a Chicago hotel Monday evening and siniulatcd illness. "Quick, give mea glass of water; I'm fainting," said the woman as she tottared against a couch in the room. Mr. Pauly gave ber tlie water and a3ked if be should ?-nJI tbe bouee phy gician. The woman said 504 to call a doctor, as she was subject to fainting spells and woti'd soon be all light. "Please let me lieon the eooeb a few mimites," she pleadcd, '.ind I will go when I am stronger." . A long wallet protruded from tlie lup pocket of Pauly's trousers. In it were five notcs for $o,000. After the woman bad gone Pauly discovered that ho had been robbed of tho wallot. He reported tha Iheft at detoctive headquarters. Tho pursoiind oontentanara found yesterday in a corridor, where tho woman ia auppoeed to have Ihrowp it when ihe discovered tho book oootained notea inateael of eurreoey BLACK HAM) ItOAKDEK. Fcar that her daughter would be kid napped caused Mrs. Kva L. Bufling U pay tribute domanded in a sorios of lettcrs, which it dcvoloptd ia the United States Court in Chicago yesterday were writteu by a memlx>r of her own house? hold. Thi3 was shown when H. H. Downcr was arraigued before United States Com in issioner Mark A. Foote OO a charge of writting threatcning !? Downcr liad been 8 trusted roomcr at Mrs. Butfin's home. Two nionths ago he was married and brought liis wife to live in the house. Shortly aftcrwanl. Mrs. Bofflng, wiio had just inherited $1,000 from her father. received a letter signed "Black Hand" demanding $1.30. Downer was greatly interested and ad vised Mrs. Bufling to rcgard all stipu lations and pay tho money. Five days later she received another demand, which Downer adriaed ber to pay. Thw waa repeated until she Imd paid - Then she advised postal ioapt and Downer was arrested. He WSJ held for tho grand jury in $5,000 bonds. SIKIDi: <>!?? A IU -SKAXI). Craaed because hu wife jH-rsisled in refuaing lo live aitli him, XX. W. Smith, All insurance agent, last iii^li! contfl itted suicide in Newport Newa by drinking an otinie of laudanuin and two oiince.s of carbolic. acid. He drank tlie laudantiiii on tlie streel. went to tlie bome of his brotber. and after giving his si.ster-in-law a letter to bc dclivered to liis wife, drank tlie ;icid. A doctor wai ramroooed, but a few minute* :>fler lie arrived Smith died. Smith and 1ns wife had no? lived togetbor fbr soaoe time. She and Iut two children atopped with ber father. In tlie letter Smith told liis wife tbat he would give her no more trouble if she would come back to live with him, but that unless she did not come back he intended to kill himself. III.M) i;P WITH SHOT GUN. Both Eliner and Oacar Daniel, young white nion and brotliers, yesterday, at | preliminar> hearing in Suffolk, Va., were held for indictment by tlie tis.st grand jury to be oonteaed in the new eity of Suffolk. Elmer ia aocueed of holding up A. V. Sttirgeon 10 niiniites with a shot gun. Sturgeou kept on tbe other side of two boraea and an ice wagon until the poiiee could be suninioned. Klmei swallowed a bottle of laudanuin after behlg taken lo police headquarters. Wben coiisciousness was rootored be threatened to complete tbe work of self destruction. Osear sent poison to liis brotber in prison. An accom panying note indicatcd a auiddal pact. The ambition of .fack .loluison, col? ored champiOfl beavywoigbt pugilist, to aunex other bonors as a racing au? toinobile driver received a blight in New York yesterday afternoon at the hands of Barncv Oldfield. Johnson showed to poor advantage in bis new role, and Oldfield in one heat of their tive-mile race at Sheepshead bay, toyed with tbe big ligbter. Only two heats were necded to settle tho question of superiority. NOTICE is horeby given that thc an? nual meeting ofthe stockholders of the WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSTT COMPANY, incorporatod. will be held at the offlce of the eompany, No. 123 south Royal street, in thecitvof Alex? andria, state of Virginia. on the FIRST DAY of NOVEMBER. 1!>10, at 12 o'clock m., for the purpose of electing a board of direetors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other businesa aa mav come properlv before said meeting. GEOROE r. HENNINi>. octH 2w Secretary. Wedding Presents Beautifulf pieees of Fumiture, Cut Glass and handsome Orna ments are useful and ornamental presents. 30 Days Trial in Your Home This Offer Is Evkience of the Confldence We Have ln TKe FREE Sewing Machine TERMS AS F^W AS $1 A WEEK W? want all our customers and ladies ol this city to know that we are the exclu.ive agents of that phenom enil master piece of sewingmactunei. The FREE recently invented by Wm. C. Free of Chicago. We know it is the best machine. bar none, and it is your fortune to huy it on terms, as low as $1.00 a week. Afteratho rough investigation of all makes, we are willing to back The FREE with our unqualified endorsement. We believe that when you know what we know about sewing rnachines, -Te FREE Sewing Machine will be your choice as it is ours. And after talking it over we de? cided that the best way to enable you to find out its wonderful luperiority would be nol to advertise its low price; (if we did, you would be unable to believe ihat it is absolutely tlie best sewing machine in the market.) Instead we will offer you The FREE on 30 days Trial -we want you to put it in your home side by side with any other machine. We want you to test it out, try it on all sorts of material. Then, if you are not absolutely satis fied after 30 days that it is the best tewine machine you ever sewed on, and the biggest bargain you ever heard of at its very low price?we want you to return it and we will refund every cent you have deposited. You will not be out a penny Wa waat r? lo d"! Th* FREE tkli Hia' becauw wt kaow iksi Ii tke beit w?t ?"? r00 w learn? ?iall wbile othet raachlne. wlih theirvguire top hea.y furniiur. ar* luo nflf lor lk. klick.a The FREE i? beautiful enouih lei tbe sarlur witb iu attractl'e Ftench-lef deiifn and diill'M iapinaia|. ?ikii ?kiliuihet michinei ruu hard wiih no bill bearinfi or onlr 2 Klt?Tht FREE runi ai lithilr ?? ih? ?ke?l ol a loipendsd blcrcls wiih ni * M ol Ball B.inois. ?ibal wkile oihermactineirun ilowlrwith noitai and ikakiat on accounl ol Iheirlonj ihuiilei. or eln are alwiri feiiinf oul ol ord.r on accounl ot tk.lt rouir ihuttle. The FREE hai a "?nHtlt" mr.tmnt which mtkei itl.ittr ihin a round kobbla and .im.ler ihin a ihutlle. ?thal while other michiaei when broken br ?c ci.d.nt are readr for the Kria heio?The FREE il inmrti tor S rear? afainit anr Et?< ot accidtnt. -lathott. ihat whllo.ther michinei are tull ol annoyincei. imoerfectiom ind w?rnei?Tbe FREE Ii po'leci, .??Wr nrfmi. Come and see The FREE de monstrated tomorrow and let us aend it home with you for a month's trial. n Fumiture Co., Inc 810-812 King Street. SaleofCharming New Princess Dresses. Ladies' all-wool French Serge Princess Dresses, in navy and black, lace yokes, braid trimming, at $12.98. Ladies' Satin Messaline Princess Dresses, Persian satin trimming, lace yokes, in navy and black at $16.98. Ladies' Black Taffeta Princess Dresses lace yoke braid trimming at $15.98. Ladies' Black Voile Princess Dresses, lace yoke satin trimming at $15.98. Children's and Misses' all-wool Navy Blue Serge Peter Thompson Dres-ea braid trimming with emblem on sleeve, 6 to 14 years at 5.98. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. An 8-room House Hot Water Heat. Front and Back Porch. At Braddock Station. This house has modern plumbing. fine closets. large bathroom and pantry electric light*. city water. iron fence with concrete columna. concrete cellar .largc ?indowi cn all sides. snd everything a p?r?on could want in a perfect auburban home. Easy Terms. Discount for Cash. Sce Geo. M. Reynolds. near Braddock station or let me know when it will ?uit you to go. and I will take you to aee this house. F. L. SLAYMAKER 313 King Street. I AM 0FFER1XG FOR SALE EXTRA FANCY BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER 38c Pound. I guaranteo every pound to glve aatis f.ietion. Fresh and Smoked Meats. Groeeries and Farm l'rodueta of all klnds. Telephone orders given prompt attentiou. Free dellvery. F. C. PULLIN, Corner Queen and Roval streots. 'Pkone, BelliitfL.i-o?e STW, lylSly School Books and School Supplies of all kinds, a large line to select from. Bring us your list and we wiU fill same at loweat pricoB. A fine lot of second-hand booka nows on hand. SP.Dyson&Bro, BOOKSELLERS and STAJIONRRS 508 KING'STREET. Next to opera.' Housf. California Soft Shell Walnuts G,Wm. RAMSAY. BABBITTS Best Soap 6 CAKES FOR 25 Cents G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe Herring, 50 Barrels| 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. _BUILDING MATERIALB_ jESTAHUSIIEIi 1*11.] Henry K. Field &Co., Bjaeeeaaen to JoSiAII II. I). SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS. Lumber- Cement and Plaster. Office ind Yard 116N. Union street Factory No. 111 N. I>oe street. Material Dclivered FREE in the cily. W. A. Johnson & Co., N*. !?:. ('ortier Cameron aml Royal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commission Me. chants aml dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have on band Glbeon'a xx. xxx, X XXX and Pure Old Rye. Old Cabinet aiirl Monogratn Whiskies: also Bakcrs and Thompaon'a Pure Rye Whiaklea, to whieh they invite the attention or the trade. Orders from the country lor merchan? dise shall receive prompt attentlon. Consigninents of Floiir. Graln aml Country Produce aolleited, for whieh thev?iiarantee the highestmacket prices and protnp returnst Otterburn Lithia and Matf ncsia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyjpep tia, Inditfeation. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading* Physiciana endorie it and te? tify to iu tfreat merit. Frank Warfield, Dtuggist._ John Ahern & Co., Corner Prince and Coinmeree Streel WHOLESALE ? RETAILGROCERz and dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produee received daiiy. Our stock of Plain and Fancy Groccries em braces evervthing to l>e had in this line. We hold l'argclv in United States bond od warehouse aud carry in stock vanous bmnds ofthe best PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Have also in store supcrior grade* of Foreign and American WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. ?fc SatUtacMonGuar&nteedas to Frica and Quality. Alexandria National Bank Corner King and Royal Streets Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commerciai & Savings Departments on grounds of absoluti safety and satisfaction. OFFIC RS Judge C. E. Nicol, Presidenv. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds invested for our customers. Details care fully attended to for all. Call to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings Department. City Bargains Fine Business property on King Street, centrally located, frontage oi 47 feet and a depth of 150 feet. Buildings in fine condition. Rented at $75 per month. Price $10,000. A cozy little home for $2,250. A two-story frame dwelling with six rooms, bath and pantry, side alley. Has fine t ange and latrobe stoves. Rents for $16.65 per month. One half square ncrth of King street, in good neighborhood. A new homein the northwestern section.Two story frame dwelling, with six rooms, bath and pantry. House has all conveniences, including electric light*. sanitary plumbing, latrobe heaters, gas range and dome electrical fixtures. Frontage 40 feet, depth 100 feet. Price $2,900. $900 cash, balanceat $25 per month. Save rent and own your own home. Thompson &, Appich 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va City and Suburban Propertiea. Stocka and Bonda ICE Mutual lee Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in lee. Carload Lota and Country Ordera a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata ble4clcar at crystal. | OFFICE Cameron and Union streets, Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS OKFICE ANU aTORKS: ll.>117 N. ROrALST. Dealer in Hardware. Painta. Agricul? tural Implementa.Vehicle?.Hameif. Field and Carden Seeds. WARKHor?Es, eoriH iwion mtrkki, orv LCII OF SOLTHKRN KAII.WAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Feed Will always keep in atock the bighest grado of these articlea. Kly'a Cream Balm haa been tried and not found wanting in tbousa,nds of homes all over the country. It baa won a placo in tro> family medicinocloset among- the roliable household remedies whero itls kei>tat limul Tor list* in tn-iitiiig eold in the head jui>t as soon as some member of the houHCbold bcgins the prcliminary sneezing or snuffling. It givea imuie diiite relief and a day or two's treatment will put astopto a eold which might, II not ahecked, beoonia ahronie and run into a bad aaae of eatarrn. FOUNDERS AND MAOHIMBIB J.& H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineer and Machinists' Supplies. Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves. Vc. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria lron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a specialty in repairs to Gasoline Engines. Motorcyclea and Automobiles. We solicit your orders on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Phon- 99. WASHINGTON OFFICE: 514 Evant Building. Phone Main 7324 General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke V Herbert BIdg. The companies rcpresented in this office havo assets or over fIOO.000.000. Among others are: Hartford Fire IniuranccCo. Liverpool V London U Globe. ALtni Insurance Co. Northern Asiurance Co. Sprmghcld Fire ft Marine. 1 rompt attention given toadjustment oflosses and all matters connected with nsiiranee. Your coiigh annoys you. Keep on backing and tearing the delicate iihih branes of your throat if you want to be annoyed. B t if you want relief, want to be cured, take Chamherlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by W. F. Crcighton and Ricbard Uibson.