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ALEXA>T>RIA, VA., TFESDAY EVENTNG, NOVEMBER 8, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.--NO. 2G5 RAILROADS Southern Railway. Trains I BV? l'nion Station. Alexandria. ?in effeet Oetober-, 1010. n ii FollowingaebaduleflgureepoD rormation, and are not K?,?A*M.' Dally toeal between Wa* ^'M'^lv-I^alforHarriHon 'Trr^VNr'na'iy^r.S. ,-ast Mail only ror inasr-ng-ra for points south :.|,;,,,r.l,i'.-a to stop. Mret class eoaVa; alpeping eara to Blrmlngham anddrawing room aleeping cara to Now Orleans. Dining ear aeryloe. 11-17 A m Dally?-fall traln. Oeaetaes ror Nlanasaas.l tiarfottoaviile.Lynchburg, Danville and 'iif.-nsi.oro. Steepuag oars Orovnaboro to Atlanta. ?1:17 P. M -Week daya? Looal ror War renton and Harrlaonburf. ?lly?Blrminrbam Bpee? ial "sioooluj: ears between NOW Y"r,k \u>"u ilken an.l _lack.soiiv.llo. _iwrtoBirmingham, Through first r\.J, coachea botween Washinglon aad ,?Till?. DlnJnaaaraorvloe. lour i.t toCallfornia four tlmes weekly. 3:52 P M - Week davs-I.ocal Mr Har rlaonbunrapd way atnUona on Manaasaa brancn. l*Wlman buflet parlorear. , i_ I-. M.?Daily?l~cal ror Wanwa toa and Chariotte_viUo. . , i i'r'7 P lt?DaHy-Waahlngton and Chattanooga Limited -via Lynclihunr. Firstrclasa coa 'h and slccpiu? caw to Koanoko, Knoxville andI ChattapOOfa. Hlcepcr to New Orleans, Washington to Dining <*rwirlce. ll-ii' V M.-Dailv New YorK, AtlantA and New Orleana Limited All i'ullman train, clnb andobaervatlon ears to New m- Sleeping cara to Ashoyille. atlanta Nfaoon and New Orleana Pleep in" eara to ( bariotte. Dlnlng ear aervice. v ^\ Dail/' Memphla apeeial. Sleenlna eara and eoaohea ror Roanoke, Knoxvllle, NashviUe, Chattanooga and Memphla Dlnlng ear aervjee. \\ash ineton aleeping cara open l'*'1 f ? ?*. Throuah tnJna from tho aonthjurtve at Alexandria 6:13 and 828mm, WM \.m <l:; 7_*. 10:13 and 11-8 P. M.dally, Har M. week daya aml 9.13 P SL dtih. From Cliarloltcsvi' 1 M TRAINS ON BLUKM0NT BRANCH. W. A 0. Station) V \l ,3-oahd 4? for Bluemont: ti?l V M.week daya mt L -. - banr I ?'? P. M. daily r.?r Bluemont and 9.23A M.. loeal, <>" Bundaya only for Pordotalled aohedule flgures, tleketa, P,,l.,,,anr.->.-rv.Ui.i:;..^;..;MT;yi^. Union Tieket Airant. Alexandria, \ i K il CO -PM VN, General Manager. & ii ii .RDWICK, Paaa Traf. Mpr. II F CARY. Oeneral Paasenger Agent L. s. Brown, Oeneral Agent. \V?ihlngt<a-. i). < Washington Southern Ry. Sehadule la alB i M iy I*. ,:,|'i Traina leave UnJoa 8-tUon tor Waab ir.srton and polnla north ? .ii . iaily. i.oin: ','":, a. in . 1210, i--. 817 (lo ! "?" ''? (". .??. r..r rreda-lekal ? traln runa throiiKh to Mllfbrd. irrii ilsanddeiiarturea W P. TAYLOK >??' :. Va. Washington, Alexandria fi? Mt. Vernon Railway. In effeet May 1. I?to. i.i: \\ i mi \ \.m.i:ia. POI Waahlngton, from corner I'l'in ? and Rova! atroots, areek da?a,m g K), i 055,7 05, . l -. ? 30, ? 10 850,0 10.9 30,950. 10 50, 1110.11 25, 1180, II SO a. m i ? 10, 1225. 12 30, 1250, I 1". 1 25, I ao ?. 250,305,325, 33 4 io' 1 ''. 130, I ?, I 55, B 10, 6 . ; 00, 7 15, 7 25, 800, 830. , . i , ... i.i.ii, ll |0 and 11 55 |> m ' gun :! ;,u'; i .,, |oa0, 1040, 11 00, ii 20 and 10, 1 00, I 20, , io ? io ? ?'. i l 1,300,820,3 10.400, I J". 00.720, i, 1000, 10 30 and I 1 10 p. B MM MOfNT VERXOST. I \,. UexandT?for Mount Vernon, wcok _aya,al 540, 656, 7 86, BM, 1025, U25a m., 1225, 135, 225, 380, 440 o-to i ?'. 10 50 and II 50 i>. m. Sundiya?7 00, 8 30. 9 30, 10 30. 1130 a. m?l; 1 :?. 5 '?, ti 30. 7 30, v 11 aad 10 )''? i'. iu. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL& Have jron evarwurkad your uervoua ;i and oauaed trouble with your kidneyaand Madder? Hav.- you palna in loina. alde, back aml bladder? Have rou i ftabby appearanoe of tho faee and under the eyeaV \ frequenl deslre to paaa mine' If so. William- Kldncy i'ilh ui'l curo v >u?Drugalsta, i r <? ? '? Williams M'f'g Co.. Propa, Cleveland, q F?raale, wnoleaaleand retalL by i. dboater A Soni ia quickly abaorbpr!. Cun Relief al Once. It clean<c!?, aoothca, hrala and proteeta tbe discasoa mem b- -.mo n-8iilting from Ca H rh nud driTea away a Cold in the __ Head quiokly. l^-UAV FrVFR atores the Seuaee of IIHI f fc? *??? Taate nnd Siut-11. Fullnizo 50 cts., atl'nu? I n li ['.ui form, 75 penta. Ely Brothera, 50 Warren Street, New York. faan p. Boiubbbv, gbo. s. Frexch, !,.,n. Secretary Alexandria Fertilizer and m wi KAnrnn: Fertilizers, Fertilizer Malenals and Sulohuric Acid. your dealer for the Alexandria Fertili/'?r and t'heuuvil (o.'s Produota. Capacity: 50.000 tons per annum. Prtaeesa Streot and Potomac River Wharf. Alexandria. Virginia. ADMUnSTRATOR'S NOTICE \U lainn against tlie osu?. UREGORY.de I, are requested to present tbe aame, properiy fluthentleatad. to th? undersigned. aud all peraons indebtad to said estate are ranjuired to make imma diafa payiuaat. R. U. OOX. ?*rg_B-t +?*? BfUflBfllle # *J_Bfcjr -OBUBBUB DMI.Y ANKTIU-WKEKI-Y AT GAZETTE BUILDING, :U0 and 312 PRINCE STREET. [Entered atthe Postoltice of Alexandria, Virginia. as seoond-elass niaitor.] Tki.ms: Dally -1 year, $5.00; 8 months, A2.50; 3 months, $1.25: 1 month, 43 cent* 1 week, 10 cents. Tri-weekly-1 year, $3.00:0 months gl..-,0: 3 months, 75 cents: 1 month, kal cents. . ?_, ^ontract advertisers will not be alloweJ to oxcoed their spaee unloss tho oxcess ia paid for at tr.insient rates, and under no elreu-oatanoee will they be alloww. to advertise other than tboir leKiti mate lui.-iness in thespace eoutraoteil Resolutions in momoriam. of thanks, tributes of respeet. resolutious adopUMl by societles or persona,unless orpumic coneern. will bo printod in the papai asadvertlsemenis. t)DI? tAUBE FOR liIVORL'E. That hor huaband would not take a bath for months; that he began going to daucea and witb other women six months after their niarriage, aud that he abusod her and threatetied her with a revolver and a knife are some nf the allcgations wbich wero made by Rose N\ McClarron in hor testimony beforo a master iu ? suit for divoree against William .1. McClamm, iu Pitta burg, Pa., yesterday. Mr.i. McClairon, who has been mar rifld but a short time, Bfljr* she could liave withstood all this, but when sho found, she says, hor huaband putting giound glass in her food, ahe then thought it time BO seek divoree. Mrs. McClarreo aaid she feflrad for her life, and left after linding glass. being afraid to eat another meal in her husband's presenee. A divoree for Mrs. McClarren is reeonimended in tlie report of the master, H. s. Bflmple, whieh was Med in Common Fleflfl Court No. 8. Mra, McClarren also testified that her busband deliberately poflbad ber down ? Hight of Btaira three weeks after their baby WBfl horn. Bbfl said lie ? 1 of women, went out? niglits and arote letten to other women. KljN Cream lialm bflfl heen tried ii_<l not lomn! wanting ii! thouaaadaof aonioK all over tbe eouutry. U lias wona plaee in tho family medicineeloset among tbe reliable household remediea where it ia kepl at hand for ine in treatlng eold In tlie head jn I ?- aome member ol the beginsthc prellminary snuffling. It gh md i 'i o or two'a treatmeui i whlch utight il not <i. ekitt, l.e.-.me ohroalo uau rnn ? ..('(-Uiirrli. m \ BNlsg HBM i.ii'E. Ilargaret Knauer, i flata, a BV man GMholk Dtin from tbe Convenl t,f th.- Lady of Our Mercy.in Pittsborg, Pa , oommitted luicide in b BansatioflBl manner Snuday afterooou Bl Home ?tead almost within s-ix111 ol tbfl con vciit wtndows. Tbe body w?a not kJea tifled until yesterday flfterooofl, riflOfl before entering tbfl river tbe woman, who iotended to drown berself, diveeted h.rself of tbe,oun's garb. Men in B row boat Sunday afternoon BOtiead a woman walking into the river up to ber Bflist line, witb her handa chsped aa if in prayer. she then dived forward into the water. Those in the row boal went as fast as possible to where tbe woman had disappeared un? der tbe watei and dragged her out. SI,,- fought hard to get back into the while thfl boat was being rowed to flbore, tben suddenly lay limp and dead in tlie boitem of the boat. At the eoiivnt, it is said she had lit-eii an inmato then for more than 30 years, that slie hail for sometime been acting strangely. She belonged to one or the best faniilies in tbfl Monogahela Valley. but most of her relatives have died flinofl slie entered the convent. JOHNSON Ol THE 9TUMP. jack Johnson.pugilist and chauffeur, was thfl stellar attraction at a mass rneetiog under thfl auspicefl of tlie Thomas J. NcManus Association in tlie Ilethel Ameriean Ifetbodist Church, on wafltBbcty flecoad slreet. New York. Johnaoa was dreflfled in a ehocolatc colored suit, a multi-cok>red waistcoat, so't graj hat, and was manieured to the miuute. Hispersonaladommcnt. whieh made him took like a transplanted Maiden Lane jewelry store, eclipsed tho splendors of the hall. Johnson urged bis race to voto for the entire democratic ticket. "Eleet tho demoerats," he said. "If they fail this vear then go back to tho old men. The colored men need no favors from any of the partics, but all they want is the right men to represent them." _^______ ELOPED ON MOTORCYCLE. There was an elopoment extraordi nary from the honrc of Wilhur Meth inen, I rich farmer o* Clcvcland town ship, Minn., when his l'0-year-old daughter, Elizaboth. sped away with her lovcr, George Hetting. She waa seaUad ia front of Hetting on the handlcbars of a motorcycle, which waa excecding the apecd limit at the rate of 30 miles an hour over none too good country roads. They were pursued by tbe wrathful parents in an automobile. The route was along the devioua ajrindioga of tho oM Dodd, road, and Mcthnien kept up the chase, never more than half a inile hehind, at-ross Conlova and into Waterville townsltip until a blowout of a front tire landed him and his machine in a ditch. George, with the race and tba bride both won, sped ou acraSB the country liye and down to Waseca, whcre the eouple were niarried and soon after for by telegraph hy the defeated father. mrm __ooss_h ciTizEwa. Three nuna iu sober black garments ui Washington yesterday took the oath f allegiance of the United Statc9 nnd becama citiiens of the republic. Ths- were Siaters Msrie Kamp, MY DOCTOR MIGHTY FINE Mrs. Hattie Cain of Carrsville Thinks all the More of Her Doctor Since He Advlsed Her to Take Cardui. Carrsville, Ky.-"My doctor," writes Mrs. Hattie Cam, "who advised me to take Cardui, for my troubles, ts a mighty line doctor, and I say Ood bless Cardui and the people who make it. "Before I took Cardui, I suffered with female troubles for sixteen years. I would have to send for a doctor every three month, and oh! how dreadfutly I suffered! "I would cramp and have convulsiont and it looked like 1 would die. At last j took Cardui and ohl what a surprise! I found it was the medicine for me! "From the first bottle, I began to mend and now I am well. can do more work, can walk aodgo where I please and it don't hurtrae, and I owe itall to Cardui." Cardui helps sick women back to health. It has been doing this lor over 50 years. It is not a laxative, or a heart or kidney medicine?it i? a woman s medicine. lf you are a woman, try it N. B.-WWfc lo: LadW Adviaory Dtpt. &??*? Boora Medicine Co.. Chirtanoota. Tirnn.. lor Special Irutrxtctions, and M-paje book, Home Treatmeafl f?r Women. acot is plain wrapptr. oo. rcflueat, " born in Holland; Rachelina Mar esca, of Sorrento, Italy, and Scerina dc Giovanni, of Hicily, all BBflfl of the Congregatiou of Perpetual Adora tion, whose conventiou is on V street, Washington. The aistera liled tbeir app icationa three montha ago at the bome of Mr. John R. Young, tho elerk of thfl court, wbo arranged to save ihem tho cmbarraasment of a ptibli appearance iu the clerk's office at th City Hall But though the life of the nuns is practically one of perpetual aeclusion, they were compclled to appear in court gflflterrJay lo answer before Juatice Barnard the question? directed to them. All qutstions were answer satisfactorily nnd the three nuna, demure as they were. smiled when they answercd to the court'l question that they did not believe ifl poligamy. Mgr. James E Bfackifl and Mother Martin, the auperioress of theconvent, appcared in court with th i sisters and stood as their sponsors. The old, old story, told times with? out number, and repeated over and over again for the last 3G yeara, but it is alwaya a welcome story to thOBB in search ol health?Thero ia nothing in the world that eures coughs and eolds as quickly as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by W. F. Creigh? ton and Richard Gibson. A striko vote will bo taken by the eaataeara ol 01 railroads west, north and south of Chicago, following the tenninatioft in Chicago of negotiations between offlcerfl of thfl Brotherhood of Locooiotive Kngincers and representa tives of the roads. Croup is most prevaleut during tbe dry eold weather of the early winter montbs. Parenta of young ehildren should be prepared for it. All that ia necded is a bottle of Chambertain's Cough Remedy. Many mothera are never without it in their bomea and it has never disappointed them. .Sold by ty. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson. By the box, pound or tab let, with envelops to match. SPeDyson&BrOe BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Next to OperaiHouae. When you feel _lf??r^: nervous, tired. arorrled or despondont it U a aure aigu you need MOTT'X XER VIXE PI1.1-*. They reu.-w the normai vigor and make life ivortli liviu;:. Be :rra",; Mott's Nervine Dtllo Price-81.00 by druggiats. Wl* .TlllS liams MI- Co., Propa.. Cleve laud. 0. For sale, xrholesale and retail, by K. S. Leadbeater A Sona._ Wedding Presents Beautiful piecea of Furniture, Cut Glass and handsome Orna ments are useful and ornamental presents. M. Ruben& Sons Ml KINO STRMT. t of Alexandria, Virginia CA PITAL, $ 100.000. SURPLUS. $ 125,000 Patrons of our Savings De? partment will please present their pass books for theentry of inter? est to Oetober 1,1910, therein. SPECIAL VALUE IN SILK PETTI COATS. 25 Black and Colored Silk Petticoats, made ot good heavy rustling Taffeta Silk. A $5.00 Value FOR $3.98 D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. Oil Cloth and Linoleum Wild'a XXX Genuine Cork Linoleum. 50c a aquare yard. Wild's B.at Inlaid Linoleum. S1.25 aquare yard. Good Oil Cloth. in all widths. 25c a aquare yard. New Mattinffa. 25c a yard. or ?9.50 a roll of 40 yards. The kind you pay in Washing-ton 35c a yard. or ?12 a roll. Lace Curtains From 50c a pair upto $12.50 a pair. Portierei from ?2 to ?10 a pair. Lambriqiena from 50c up to ?2.S0 a pair. Couch Covera from M up. Curtain Pole*. in bra??. white enamel. chcrry oroak.in all lentfth* Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Special Sale For This Week in Children's Educator Shoes tn all the dlfferent leathers. Sizes 4 to 8,.5J-JJ Sizes8 1-2 to 11, ----- $1.39 KATZ'S, 400 RING STREET. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Wtiisky-the Right Kifld WAKEFIELD RYE ia what you want. Alao try aome of our line Importcd Winea] and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., W. A. Johnson & Co., N. E. Corner Cameron and Royal .Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commiasion'Merchants and dealers in A1X KINDS OF LIQUORS. Hare on baad (Mbson's XX. XXX, XX XX and Pure old Rye, Old Cabinet and Monogram Whiskies; also llakcr's andThoinpsou's Pure Hyo Whiskies, to whieh they invile tlie attention of the trade. Ordera from the country for inerehar dise ahall reoeire promptatteatioa. Consignmonta of Flour. Grain and Country Produee Bollelted, for whieh they r.uarantee tho highest market pricoa and nroinp returast Ottcrburn LithiaandMag: nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep *ia. Inditfeation. Kidncy and Liver Troublca. Leading Phyaiciana endorse it and te? tify to iu jfrcat merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. John Ahern & Co., Corner 1'rlnoti aud Commarao Streel WHOLESALE ? RETAILGROCERc and doalora in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produeo reeeived dally. Our atoek of Plain aud Fancy Groeertes em braoes ovorvthing to be had in this line. We bold largely ln United States bond>. ed warohouso and carry in stoek various brands ofthe best PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES mado. Have also in store superiorgradea of Poreigfl aml Ameriean WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. Vc Satiafhetion G flfllBBtflfld as to Price and ?jBfllltjr. Pure Food Store. Kou Can Economize By buying FLOUR by the barrel. Your choice of the following leading brands at $6.00 P?T >Bbl Table Belle. Senator. Superbtive. fc Premium. We guarantee every ounce of the above brands togive entire sati-.faction. EDWARD QUINN & SONS, PURE FOOD STORE. St. Aaaph ind Oroaocd Strcrt< FORTHEBESTDESSERTS Order Bloch's PIES, CAKE8 AND PASTRY Your family and guests will Bppn their rieli bome Btfldfl Havor. Speeiai Ordera will baTfl our prompl attention. H. BLOCH Both Phones. Electric Lights, l>u you apprei iate the eomtVirt, conrenience, aalety and conorny ol electric light*? l-all ii bero md wioter witb iti long nighl cloae bi band, trie liiihts arfl not a Inxuryhul a ntftBlity They add elieer in the dining room; make reading, .-ewing and the like more pleas ant. The eontrol of the ligh'i-s instantineous, no matches ro <iuireii, no elesniogrequiredaod no odor. Why nor wirc your home now before eold weather seta in, Call ou ua for particulara Alexandria Electric Go. 524 KING STREET. VIROINIA. In thfl Clerk'a Offlco of the Clreull Court ofthe <'ity ol Alex? andria. on Ihe :;ist day ofCfetober, IMO. Lottie Hyrne Pettit v? Krnest <i I'ettit. In chaaoeri Memo. The object of this suit il to ob> tain a divoree a vineulo inatrinionii for the eoniplainant from the defendant. BraeeBG. Petttt, toallow tbe eomplain ont to resume ber msiden naeaeofLee tie Byrae. and for srenernl relief. It Bnfljflerlni by an affldavit filed in thll eaOBe that tho defrrnLint. Krnest r,. i'ettit. i" a poo-reekjaat of thla State : It is Ordered: That said defendant *p pear bere Wlthlo fifteen days after due publleatlon of this order. and do WBflt ll -arv to protect hi* Intereat in thi' suit. and that a eopv oT this order l> forthwith inserted m tbe Alexandri:. Ga/etto. a nowspaper pubHabed ifl the City of Alexandria. once B week for RMU auecessive weeks. and posted at tbe from door of the ( ourt Houao of this city. ? A eopy?Testc. NXVBLL s. (iKEENAWAY, Clerk. H. N'oel Garnor, p. q. novl wtw-tu ADIVIDKKD OF THBEE DOLLABB per sharo will be paid to the stoek holders ofthe Alexandria Water Cbcn* panvonand after TUKfeDAY, Novem? ber 1J. Checks will be mailed stock holdera. By order of the Board of Di reatofi. GEORGE (JHLXB, aor? 3t teerBBiry and Tratjursr, _H__H-M_---B-B-a-l 11 | ? J 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 husines security and accommodation. Large and small aecounts invited in both our Commercial &, Savings Departments on grounds of absolute wfety and satisfaction OFFIC. RS Judge C. E. Nicol,Presidet_j. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds invested for our customers. Details carc fully attended to for all. Call to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per eent in our Savings Department. Cottage Park ADJOIIMING BRADDOCK HEIGHTS AT BRADDOCKgSTATION| City Water?Electric Lights?Fire Protection We offer for sale, at very reasonable priees and on exceptiorrally easy terms, several desirable and up-to-date homes, with large lots, in this choice sub-division, which we cordially invite your inspection. Salesmen will be on the ground every Sunday. or inspection by appointment any time. IB. HARLOW 8 GO., INC, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. 1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Phone Main 2458. aapcs tt General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabier Room No. 4. Burke tf Herbert Bldtf. Tho companies ropresentcd la thia otiicc havo aaaata or over aion.. Among otliersaro: Hartford Fire InauranceCo. Liverpool 6? London tf Globe. .i4?tn_ Insurance Co. Northern A_aurance Co. Springficld Fire _* Marine. i rompt attention given u> adjustment of lossesand all mattera eonnected irlth nsuranec. RICHARD H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS ?IKKICE A.VI> STyRrs: 11>117 N. ROTALST. Oealer in Hardware. Paints. Atfricul tural Implementa. Vehiclea,IIarne?f. Field aad Garden Seeda. VTAR-HOL'SES, SOTTTH CWION BTRKKT, OX I.INK OK SOCTHEUN RAII.WAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and allkindsof Mill Food Will alwaya keep in atock the higheat grade of theae articlee. VIKOIN'L_.?In the Clerk'a Office oi ti... Corporation Cotarlof the I'itv ot Alexandria. on ;he-Ist day of Oetober. bev. irtlP. sarah O. Hall vs. John W. H.-ll. In ehanaary. Mi'ino. The objeet oi thi* suit is to ob tala f'.r tbe eomplainatit. Sarah C-. Hall, .in absolute tlivorce from tho bo.ds of matri".onv from the defendant, John W. IIn.il. "and tbat eoinplainant bc al OWCd to rcs mie her maiden name ol Sarah Gollyhorn, and for auch further ind general relief aa to equity is right. It appearing by an affldavit filed in thii cause that tlie defendant, John V\. Hall. i-. a non-rcsideut of this State. Il is Ordered. That aaid defendant ap? pear here within flfteen days after due publication of thia order, and do wbat la neeosaary to proteet his interebt in thia suit, ana that a eopy of thia order b< forthwith lnserted in the Alexandria i<>, a newspaper publlahed in th. City of Aloxandria. onee a week for four sucoeeaive weeka, and poated at the Irom door of the Court Houae of thia city A cjpy?T-BTS: AitTVELLS. GK__->TAWAY.?lerk. Rtfl-aaa -faaartra, p. a.._,ae?- -<w _ FOL'NDKRS AND M.\< -HNIffN J. & H. Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agen'.s Gray Gasoline Mctors Engineer and Machinicts' Suppliea. Pipe. Pipe Fittiogs. Valves. ffe. Blacksmithing & Rep_ iring Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORX. We make a spc ialty ia repairi to Gasoline Engtne>. Motorcyclaa and Automobiles. We aolicit your order j on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Pho 53. WASHINGTON OFFICER 514 Evans Building. ) hone Main)73~4 Phone Taylor'sPharmacy FOR A POUND PACKAGE OF Chocolate Crispo SIMPLY DELICIOUS SPECIAL, 33c DELIVERED PROMPTLY. ADM LVISTRATOR ? N O T IC | AI peraona having e a mj againat tho eatate ot JOSEPH i'K FV&, daoaaaad, are requested to preae < tho same, prop .?rly aulhentlcated, io the undersigned, uiuall peraona indebted to said estate are required to make immediate pay ent. K. H OuX, JJrgeantAdaa- of Joaepli _?r?ifuj,_oc'd. ?ovtrrm. ??a^K^___l_(_,-v__*_w