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To 'he voters of the '4in. Senatorial ristvii fc. T hereby muiotmco my candidacy sun'jei'.fc to the rules vi the Democratic primary to be held August 5th, for toe office of Stare Senator from the i-l;h, Senatorial -District to succeed I ton. R. Ewell Thornton, resigned. My record as kept upon the Journal of the House of Delegates since 1911 is my public reference. Prince Wil liam Co., has not had this honor for 21 years and it justly belongs to her. I solicit the support of all the good people over the district, and if elect ed to this honorable office I promise to discharge the duties of the same ' fearlessly and impai^tially to the best of my ability. C. J. MEETZE, 142-2t. Maniass'as, Va. FATHER'S TERRIBLE CRIME Elkton, M3., June 17.?How the father crashed "<big brother's" head with blows from a sledge hammer as the bey lay , sleeping, was the i s'tery :i%ld.";Stkt<i^^.AHcrrtiey Ckiyton - ycsiteiilay by bnelff the trio o*'terri fied little onasj children of C-uiss^p pi Guilino. -GO years old, a farmer living near here. The murder was committed Sat urday morning-, about 4 o'clock, Samuel. 14 years old. leaped from bed with the death cry cf his bVother, Vincent, 19 years old, ring ing in his ears. At the command cf his father, he stood by while the. the latter dragged' the body down Stairs, carried it in a wheelbarrow to a pctato patch and there buriei it. ' ? After returning to the h'cuse, the father gathered up the boy's cloth ing and hid in a clump o/ bushes, meanwhile telling his three younger children' to say that Vintecnt had packed his effects and left the house a week previous. When Tcny Guilino, the eldest sen. who lives at West Chester, Pa.. camc home Sunday morning he no ticed something wrong. For several hours he could not comprehend what had taken pl'aee. Bleed stains in the bedroom and on the porch so aroused him that he came to Elkton and asked Sheriff McAllister to in vestigate. ? 'Careful questioning brought de tlaiJs of the orgy from one of the children, and the father finally broke- down and confessed. Guilino was brought to Elkton jail When pressed to tell why he murd ered the boy, the father stated that his son had ill-treated him, by throwing a pail of hot water in his face several weeks ago, ar.d he swore t-o '?'get even." baking ?owd?? BAKING POWDER Not only makes your cakes and hot breads lighter, of finer texture and delicious flavor, - but at a reasonable cost When your head. -aches, it is usually caused by your liver or stomach getting out of order. These "sick headaches" quickly disappear as soon as the stomach is relieved of its bilious contents. Right, your stomach and regulate and tone the liver with Bcecham's Pills, which rapidly improve conditions and promptly Directions of Spccia" Value to Women are v/ith Every Box. Sold by druggists thrcughout the world. In boxes, 10c., 25c, ? ft ga ^ 1*1 I ?a a ti W. E. Dunn R. II. Montgomery Dunn and Montgomery Electrical Contracting and Supply House COR. PATRICK AND CAMERON STS. Heating and Cooking Appliances Weslinghouse and G. E. Fans Mazda and Nitrogen Lamps. Phone S30. All Orders Promptly Attended to INJURED ENGINEER DIES Was Hurled Through Cab Window When Engine Fell in River Lynchburg, Va., June 17.?Thomas E. Sydnor, aged 45, Chesapeake and Ohio .freight engineer, who was in jurs'd when two fellow trainman lost their lives near here Thursday, when his engine went into the James river, died Saturday, double pneumonia be ing a contributing cause of his death. In lucid moments before his vleatfi the engineer told a remarkable story of his escape from instant death by "tu-:ng crpshed and by drowning. When he noticed the slide ahead of his train he applied his emergency brakes, ris ing to a standing position at the timo. The derailment threw him back to hi;? scat and as the engine plowed into the swollen river he was hurled ? inough th? cab window. In this fal1 he fractured several ribs and crushed his liver. Coming to his senses after 'he first shock. Sydr.cr thought he va:* pinned under the water, but quickly'VeKrj?.?cvl himself. He found foocir.s*-' on the* cylinder of the engine and was found there standing in the water to his arm pits. The surviving train crew found a wire, fastened a stick at one end and threw it to tho : engineer. He caught the stick the first time and was drawn to the bank. ' Sydnor then walked a mile to Coies ' man's Falls, where he collapsed. | Sydnor is survived by his widow and | four children, who live at Clifton Forge. READY FOR AGITATORS - Kansas Aulhc<ri"J/es Prepared for Any Eventualities From I. W. W. ?Hutchinsc-n, Kan., June 17.?Coun ty attorneys and other peace offi cers of the Western Kansas wheat belt have met here and discussed w(ays of coping with the Industrial WerkeYs of the World situation, which is declared to be threatening in the wheat belt, with the great est harvest in the State's history about to begin. The meeting was behind locked doors and officials de clined to say what had been done. "We have taken steps to take care promptly of any agitator who, . wants to start anything," was the only comment of Webster Hollo : way, Assistant United States DIs ? trict Attorney for Kansas, who pre | sided. SBPZIA 31 OB PUT DOWN Over 100 Shops in Italian Resort Were Sacked. Romer June 17.?Order has been restored in Spezia, where there had been* serious rioting since Thursday. More than 100 shops in trie city were sacked and several villas in the J neighborhood were looted by the j mobs. The vicinity of Spezia is famous for its fashionable summer resorts. EXPOSED SWINDLERS' PLOT ?? i Lieutenant Reamy Frustrated Bifr Army Fraud. Fredericksburg, Va., June 17.? Lieut. B. T. Reamy, of Fredericks burg, is a prominent figure In the re cent attempt by a syndicate, of which The Citizens National Bank Kihg and St. Asaph Streets Deposits Ap?ril 28, 1909, $ 670,835.6 Deposits June 30, 1914, $ 977,228.4 Deposits May 12, 1919, ?1,903,312.2 ? , J The same distinctive, personal service that ha been such a factor in our growth, is accorded ever customer. 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