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SHENANDOAH HERALD
?q PUBLISHED WBBKXY BY
JOHN H. GRABILL
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WOODSTOCK, VIBOINIA.
FRIDAY NOVEMBBK 6, 1908.
THE RESULT.
The result of the election a*
published in this issue shows
that Taft is elected President,
Nearly all the doubtful states
went republican by decreased ma?
jorities. New York is republican
by a majority as large as thal
given Roosevelt. Bryan in some
states gained largely on tho
Roosevelt vote, his gains being
over 1,500,000.
In Virginia, the majority for
Bryan is estimated to be about
2.000 less than that given Park?
er. The Congressional defog*
tion is unchanged, nine demo?
crats and one republican.
Mr. James Hay, our populaT
representative is re-elected by a
large majority. _____
WffljRERTWN
Mrs. Levi Kiser is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Raymond Newland ai
Mt. Jackson, !his week.
Mrs. Lillie Shaver and soo, Delmar
visited in Woodstock several days
this week.
Mrs. L. C. Fetzer of Strasburg
visited her father-in-law, Cyrus Fetzer
the first of the week.
Harry Ritenour has been visiting
relatives in the Fort Valley for the
pest few days.
S. L. Sager and wife left on Tues?
day morning for Grafton, W. Va., on
a visit to relatives and friends.
A number of our children have the
whooping cou_"h.
James Sine lost a valuable mare on
last Monday night. She was found
dead ia the stable Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Silas Copp has oeen confined
to her home by sickness for the past
few daybi
Rev. L. O. Hubbard commenced a
protracted meeting at the Brethern
Church on Tuesday night. He is an
abie and earnest speaker.
Taft people are happy this Wednes?
day morning. Bryan people dont
speak out, but they will know it is for
the best that William Howard Taft is
to be our next president.
QUICKSBURG.
The election at this place passed cst
quietly Tuesday. Not much exeite
ment ic this community.
The tanners are still busy, corn
husking is now th* order of the day.
Wheat and grass are looking well.
Mr. Harvey L. Clem, near here, has
nearly completed his new house and it
will soon be ready for occupancy.
Mr. James W. Gochenour, one af
our hustling painters, will paint the
Methodist parsonage in Mt. Jackson
next week, after which he will have
several more buildings to paint. It
is hard telling whe-e he will turn up
next.
Hog slaughtering has begun in this
section, some fine porkers have al?
ready been killed in and around our
little town.
Tuesday between ten and eleven
o'clock a tenant house belonging to
Mr. John B. Spitzer about two and a
half miles north of this place burned
to the ground. Mr. and Mrs. George
W. Stokey who were living in the
house were absent at the time. How
the tire started is not known, it is not,
however, supposed to haye been the
work of incendiaries. Wearie all of
thc- belongings of the occupants were I
burnt. The fire had made considers*]
hie headway when tirst discovered and
access to the rooms was impossible.
Mr. and Mrs Stokey are placed in
bad shape, and have the sympathy of
the entire community.
Mrs. John L. Shae ff er went to Alon
raville neighborhood Tuesday where
she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Jas.
M. AU and familv for a week.
A Scientific Discovery, A Chemist
of Atlanta, Ga., has invented an al?
so lu te Catarrh {cure. The only real
cure for Catarrh eyer discovered. Ii
is a vegetable preparation containing
no Alchol nor other harmful drugs.
It is used both internally and locally
in the nasal passages. This great
discovery ls |now being marketed un?
der the name of Hy dale's Catari b
Remedy. We guarantee every bottle.
8. G. Good, New Mtrket %nd Dr. W.
E. Fahrney, Timberville, Va.
TONS BROOK.
The Rockdale Lime Company has
closed one of their kilns.
Charles, son of I. W. Funk, is quite
sick at this writing, Wednesday.
W. W. Conner spent a few days the
first of the week at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Borden were in
Woodstock, Wednesday.
Rev. A. H. Smith announces tie an?
nual Home Missionary services in his
charge next Sunday as follows: St.
Johns, Harrisville at 10.Wa. m., Em?
anuel, Fisher's Hill at 7 p. m. Tia?
service entitled "white harvest field**'
will be rendered. The Rev. A. C.
Whitmer, D D., of Waynesboro, Pa.,
8upt. of Home Missions of the Eastern
and Potomac Synods will be present
to deliver the address.
Nevin, the youngest son of Rev. A.
H. Smith continues a very sick boy.
His weakness is su<h that he is still
unable to sit up in his bed.
Lynchburg, Va., Nov. 3.? The city
of Lynchburg will decide by balloting
whether it will remain "wet1' or "dry"
Saturday, December 5th.
Man asses. Va.?The new factory of
Sha Hopkins Candy Company wili
anon aa coan haai. The
arfaaaae Jan feater* aili ba able fc?i
to ena* of mmmj asVy.
TAFT-SHERMAN AND PRITCH?
ARD CARRY THIS COUOTY.
The election in Shenandoah
county passed of very quietly. A
larger vote was polled than had
been expected. Taft and Sher?
man carried the county by 155,
while Mr. Prichard, Republican
candidate got 28 majority. The
following table shows an increase
vote over 1()04 when President
Roosevelt carried the county by
vi.
Official Vote of Shenandoah Co.
Nov. 3,1908.
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BY FRE-I S
TINTS
New Mark.
Quicksb'g
Forestvill
JDMillers
Mt. Jacks.
Hud X Rd.
Cleveland.
Cabin Hill
Jerome
Hamburg .
Fd inburg .
Lant/. Mill
Col. Furn.
Lil*. Furn.
Pine Hill
Pry Run
T. Brook
Town Hall
I 'ourtllou.
St. Luke..
Cen: S. H.
Saumsvill
Borden...
Mt. Olive.
Fishers H.
Lebanon c
Oranda ...
Strasburg
Total. .
THE SOUTH IS STILL SOLID
Usual Democratic Majorities Returned
In Dixie.
St. Louis. Nov. 4.?Missouri has re?
versed the Republican victory of 1904
and is again in the Democratic ranks
by a majority of 35.000. St. Louis went
Republican by a small majority. Wil?
liam S. Cowherd has been elected gov
ernor.
Texas.
Austin. Tex.. Nov. 4. ? William H
Taft did not make as good a showing
in this state as President Roosevelt
who polled 51.242 votes in 19'?4. The
vote this year ls approximately as fol?
lows: Bryan. 220.000; Taft. 20.000.
Thomas If. Campbell. Democrat, has
been re-elected governor.
Georgia.
Atlanta. Ga.. Nov. 4.?Georgia's thir?
teen electoral votes will be cast for
William J. Bryan, and the state's rep?
resentation will continue solidly Demo
eratic. The state election was held Ifl
September. The Taft vote in this state
fell 10.000 below that of Mr. Roose?
velt, which was 24.001
Kentucky.
Louisville Ky.. Nov. 4.?Kentucky
has gone Democratic by a vote of 230.
OOo in a total vote of 430.000. The Re?
publicans have lost two of their con
Brennen, giving the state now nine
Democrats to two Republicans. There
was no state election.
Florida.
Jacksonville, Fla.. Nov. 4.?Albert
W. Gilchrist. Democrat has been
elected governor of Florida, and the
Democratic national ticket has carried
the state by a majority of 25.000. the
Republican vote she lng a loss of 3000
since 1904.
South Carolina.
Charleston. S. C.. Nov. 4.?The Re?
publican party polled only 2900 of the
58.000 votes In this slate, running
slightly behind the figures of four
years ago. M. F. Ansel has been re
elected governor without opposition.
Virginia.
Richmond. Va.. Nov. 4.?The Old
Dominion is still safely within the
Democratic ranks by a very large ma
Jority. Taft polled only SO SOO votes in
a total of 1SO.00O, a Republican loss of
17,880 since 1904.
North Carolina.
Raleigh. N. C.. Nov. 4?Th? Demo
eratic national ticket has carried North
the state by a majority of 10.000, the
total vote being 210,000. W. W. Kitch?
in has been elected governor.
Oklahoma.
Guthrie. Okla.. Nov. 4?The seven
electoral votes of the new state, the
first to be cast, will go to William Jea>
nings Bryan, who received 70,000 ol
the state's 125.000 votes.
Alabama.
Montgomery. Ala., Nov. 4.?Bryan
90.000; Taft, IS.CCC, are the election
figures in this state. Mr. Taft pol lexi
9472 fewer votes than Mr. Roosevelt
did in 1904.
Arkansas.
Little Rock. Ark., Nov. 4.?Arkansas
has given Mr. Bryan a majortty of 30.
000, an iucrease of 12.436 over the vote
polled by Mr. Parker in 1904.
Tsnnesses.
Nsshville. Tenn.. Nor. 4.?Tennessee
ls still strongly Democratic by a ma?
jority of 80,000. The Republican vote
of 1904 was greatly reduced.
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Jackson. Miss.. Nov. 4. Mi-slss'.p
pi's ten electoral votes will go, as
usual, to the Democratic candidate
There was no state election.
NEW ENGLAND REPUBLICAN
Taft Successful In Usssaehueetts and
Othzr Eastern States.
Peataa, Nov. 4.?This city, tofstasr
with the rest of Massachusetts, has
gone Republican, giving Mr Taft six?
teen electornl votes. Tiie p pillar vote
is: Taft. 24<>.0?>0; Iir>an. IS0.CO9; His
gen. 40.00!?; Debs. 10,000. Th.- piata irv
of the Republican candidate U ISO,* I
over Mr. Il ryon.
The gubernatorial vote is as follows:
Draper (Rep). 230,000; Vshey (Dem ),
170.000; Osgood (Independent). 50,0'>0;
Carey (Socialist). 10.000. In 1904 Par?
ker. Democrat, received 1(15.74$ votes
to Roosevelt's 217.822 Hisgen ran t?>
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OUR NEXT PRESIDENT._
NEW YORK FOR
TAFT AND HUGHES
Republican National and State
Tickets Win.
TAFT GARRIES Ll Cln
Metropolis G!vc3 Ita Vate tj Republi
can Presidential Candidate Cy S.nal
Majority?Bu.'falo Goes Democratic
But Other Cities Are Republican
Ne?t Legislature wm Be R-pubii
can.
New York. Nov. 4.---As the result oj
ruesday's election Kew York st tel
thirty-nine electoral rotes will be cat;
for WlUlan H. Taft and James S. She r
man. Both the Republican national ait
state tickets are victorious. Charles B
Hughes being re-elected governor.
Greater New York has gone Rapub
llcaa. The counties above the < ItJ
liave given to the Republican nations
?nd state tickets very large majorities
rhe figures are as follows:
In the entire state. Taft. BSO.OOQ
Rryan. H0.000; Hughes. 815.250; Chan
!er. 804,750. In New York city, Taft
J80.000; Biyan, STo.OOO; Hughes. L'3u.
>00; Chanler, 300.000.
Rejwirts from all parts of th.- staff
indicate that the vote was heavy, tie
efforts of both gubernatorial candi
iates to bring out the ballot! he rr
rewarded with success. Both the ol
parties polled full votes. th?*ir strengl
not being seriously affected by thc I
Icacndencc, Socialist and other nj n
parties. Shearn. Independence pit
Candidate for governor, ran ahead 0
Wanhope. the Socialist Bomlnee.
The state's congresslonsl r i? es -
tatlon will be divided, ns at pn
ISBOttg the two parties, with OB
^hanpe. Hilbjult. Socialist, being dec
ed in the Ninth district in plate <
Riordan. Democrat Thc Beal Icgls'a
tare will be Republics!) IB hoi
tranches, insuring a Republic an lui
seaaoff for Senator Thomas C. r I
who will leave the senate In March.
New York and Buffalo are th on!
two large cities of the state that bal
jone Democratic
fHE VOTE IN NEW JiRSEY
Republicans Carry the State By 84,110
Majority.
Trenton, N. J.. Nov. t.?Revised re
urns indicate that Mr. Tait's plurality
d New Jamey will be st.nu. in all
he counties outside of Eases ami lia l?
on the vote did not vary greatly from
he plurality given Mr. Roosevelt in
9<>4. when he carried the state by ll,?
00. Roosevelt's plurality of tS,000 la
Bcsei was expected to be cut down to
bout 18.0O<i for Taft. In Hudson Bar?
er s plurality of ISOO \% expected to
I Increased to about 7000 for Bryan.
The Republicans elect seven of the
[>n congressmen and the Democrats
wo. the Sixth district, which is now
enreaeated by a Democrat, William
lodges, being very close and In doubt,
'he Democrats elect their congie
ional candidates. Kinkead, in the
i'inth district and Hamill in the Tenta
Isiriet. Thomas Tex hall is the Repub
ta.n candidate in the doubtful dis?
tict. The Republicans have reelected
oudcnslager in the First. Gardner in
tie Second. Howell in the Third.
ITood in the Fourth. Fowler in the
'ifth, Parker in the Seventh, and
nd elected ex-Congressman Wylie in
IC Eighth, which is now represented
y a Democrat. Pratt. The present
congressional representation is now
ix Republicans and four Democrats,
> that the Republicans gain one and
ossibly two congressmen.
Both houses of the legislature will
e strongly Republican. The senat.*
Ill stand fourteen Republicans to
rraa Democrats, the same as last
nar. and the bc use will probably have
>rty-four Republicans and sixteen
emocrets. a loss of four for the Demo
rats. The Democrats lose three mum?
ers In Monmouth, two in Mid llcscx.
nd will probably gain one in Salem.
Rhode Island.
Providence. R. I., Nov. 4.?Rhode la?
nd's /our electoral votes will be ca: t
?r William ll. Taft, whose p >pula
aj.i.ty in thc state ls 10,000, Aram
Pothler, Republican, Ct Woonsocket,
is boca elected governor.
Miine.
Portland. Mc. Nov. 4.?Maine has
turned its usual l*ir*'e majority for
e atepuUMcaa candidate al hough
r. Taft's rote did not I'ach the lt,
'1 majority polled by Mr. Roosevelt
1904. The vote is ss follow*: Taft.
1,000; Biyan. 2S.OO0. No state e!ec
^n was he! I. r?s Mn!n- ehOQC s Re
iblican governor an 1 Republican cou
cssmen in September.
New Hampshire.
Concord. N. H.. Nov. 4? N*?w Hamp
ire gave Mr. Taft almost as lai
SC as it did Mr Roosevelt fottr yar:
;o. The bigoting resul'ed Ia a ra?
rity of 10.000 for the Republics
ndidate. which is a decrease of I
ice the Inst p cddtBtlal olectli ii
?nry B. Quinby, Republican, has bc I
jeted governor.
Vermont
Montpelier. Vt.. Nov. 4. ? Vermont
a gone Republican bj 27,904. a fall?
s' off of 12.77* since lSvi. There waa
state election.
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OUR NEXT VICE-PRESIDENT.
CENTRAL STATES
GO REPUBLIC
Illinois, Indiana and Ohio Car?
ried by Taft,
OHIO aXIcOSXa CEt.CGRAl
Di i en I I linois! v.'?iicn In Indiana
Katiti-*, tr oe I at, L\tzit\i In O.io
"""ail's \fX\ \ ...- For Him, and lr.
u.;..-.?--, . lloma of John W. Kern,
ls Repel,, an?Chicago Goes Repub
I.can ? cr-?v\.s Cheer Republican
Standard Dearer When Result ls
Announced.
Chicago, Nov. 4.?Illinois has been
carried by toe Republican party bj a
pimality of 170,000, giving the stale's
twenty-seven electoral votes to Taft
and Sherman. The state Republican
ticket has also been succoesfnl, Gov?
ernor Charles s. Deneen winning from
former Vice Prealdeal Adlai B. Ste
rcnaon br 1 1.000 plurality. Chicago
has gone Republican i>> (0,000, sgaiaat
121,000 for Roosevelt in iyv4.
The next legislature will he Re?
publican by a majority on Joint b.ll>;
of 3&, a lost? of 14. Thin means the re
election to the Inited Stales senate
of All. it J. Hopkins.
Then* will bc a decided change in
the congressional representation of
Ullnnla 'I he present delegation from
the state Includes twenty four Kepub
Heans and one Democrat. The figures
in the Sixty first congress will be sev?
enteen Republicans and eight Demo
six oi thc latter being mun Chi?
cago. Speaker Cannon has been re
elected in the ICightewuth district.
Indiana Goes Republican.
Indianapolis. Ind.. Nov. 4.?The en
Beeron of the Democrats to place in?
diana in thc ranks of their pa. ty. caus?
ing the state to be considered doubt?
ful nome time before the election, have
not been lucceaafuL The Hoosier vote
has been givea to Tait ami Bberman
by a majo.itv of 15,000, reducing thc
Republicen majority of four jrears ago
by two-thirds. The figures are: Taft.
0 . Biran, ?- .'.
Conj BU James E. Watson has
been elected to succeed J. Frank H.in?
ly as gi r< rnor, leading Thomas F.
Marshall, his D mocratic opponent by
15.00c \cU"--. . '..v- rongreaslonal
bu H i> ans and
two I), i:, ? sf n Ul .mc hang?
ed, but tl :aturo is Republican
by a illg .nc ed majority. The
term ot 8c I tot !;< m< BW :?? R<
can. win expire in March.
This <i.y diaappolnted the hop i o
John W. K-.n. Democratic cuadlJate
for thc vici' presidency, who ree de
here, by gc lng Rt publican Mr K I
would mt .lise uss thc result of the
election, isring that he would issue a
formal 6tatc me nt later.
Taft Wirs In His Home State.
Columbus, O., Nov. 4. Secretary
Taft's home s.at ? h-<> given him a ma
Jority of 10,000, 160,000 below the na
Jority of afr. Roosevelt four years a|
The strong Democratic flgkt did CO
avail to carry the state for Mr. Bryan
hut Jndaofl Harmon, Democratic caa
dldate for governor, is elected by ab >Ui
15.0UU.
Large D tmi ci itl< i dm are reportei
from most of the large Cities a U
towns. The inral district* g-n-vcly
however, have remained Republican.
Tie- fight made by Governor andre r
l. Harris randidate for reelection, foi
local option was an important factoi
In the result, as was foreahad rwed iri
thc* county elections. The governors
activity lost him vote; aim ng tho s ?
called "liberal" element, the loss .
lng in the returns from Cincinnati.
Cleveland. Toledo and other cities.
Cincinnati Crowd Cheers Taft.
Cincinnati. Nov. 4.?The Republican
ticket had a (lose call in Mr. Taft's
home city, the party's maj >rity of 4>,
193 in 19()4 being reduced this year to
Goon. Two fears ago lt was 7119. afr
Taft received the returns at the home
of his brother. Charles P. Taft. When
his snceCBS at the polls wa-: announced
the house was surrounded by a ch or
in* crowd railing for a speech froTi
"the next president." Mr. Taft an
nouneed that he would make a forma!
statement in the near future.
Delaware Goes Republican.
Wilmington. Dd, Nov. 4.?Taffs in?
dicated plurality in Delaware is
and the Republican state ticket, head
ed by Simeon S. Pennewell for g >v
ernor. and William EL Hcald tor con
gress, is elected by about the mm I
plurality, with the SSCCStlOg of Db
vis. the Republican candidate for at
torney general, who ls probably de
feated by Andrew C. Gray. DeUBOerut
The successful candidate ls a non of ,
Judge George Gray, and the popularity i
of his father counted strongly for him I
lu all three of the counties.
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Republicans Win In California, Oregon i \V
snd Washington. ]t,
San Francisco. Nov. 4?There was no
state election in California to compli?
cate the issues, and the Republican na?
tional ticket carried the state by about
40,0no majority. In 19u4 Roosevelt ear- ye
ried thc state by 11J.822 over Parker.
The solid Republican delegation bas ^
been re-elected without change, snd a
Republican stste legislature Insures N(
tbs election of a Republican to succoed .
Beaator Perkins. The proposition to ]
remove the state capital from Sacra (j>,
meato te Berkeley aaa hean rejected ' w
FALL
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Largest and most complete line ol Men ami Boy's Cloth?
ing ever shown in the county. New Fall Soils, Kain Coats
and Overcoats, for men, young men, hoys and children.
All the New Blocks
In Fall Hats
You are cordially invited to
come and examine mv line
co
and when in town make
mv store your store.
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SHOES
TRUMP
CLOTHES
W. M. CALVERT,
Successor to
HORSEY AND ATWELL,
WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA.
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hi Can Pa! Ion for kr Clothing
Bul Ii Cannot k Belter Mon
At any price. It is the sim of this store to give
the most for the money, in looks and wear. There
is no snit sold here without our guarantee that it
is the best of it's class. We are better prepared
to serve yon than ever be fore. The new styles in
Men and Bo) a Suits and Overcoats surpass all others
No Place Llb Tte Foi Late'
Wc' guarantee to give yon better goods, better
styles and at lower prices than any other fellow,
no matter who he is. Call and see for yourself
?narr and JffHeij
foms "fi r i o K, 4, Virginia
LANTZ MILLS I
The sale, as advertised in the Senti- j
1 of lest reek, to he held at Wash
gton. I). C . the 4th of March, lias
en postj>oned for another tour year*..
Mr9. L<m Mesmer of Washington,
(*. eiimc Bp Tuesday to sj?end som.
me with her mother, Mr* Mariah
ctTman, who has been >ick fen- the
ist few month*.
Miss Fannie Karoman, of IVnn Laird
sited .1. H. (lem's fi. mi ly last WSfat
Messrs. J. H. Lan;/ and Robert
smseti of Waabiagtma, ?i>ent tavare]
,ys with nrlenda at thu place this
afc
Miss Minston of nar llatvkinstown
Ung har ?later lire. I>a\ ld il >l
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E. M. (lem's plaining mill and
igani maJmr shop is nearing eomnes
m.
Mist Carrie West ? f Charles Town,
. Va., visited nar aji.t, Mrs. .1. H.
iker, last week.
Notxe.
My cider mill close down for this
sr on Wednesday Nov. Uth.
Phe mill will run oe Tuesday and
edney, Nov. 10th and 11th.
ISAAC H. Harris.
>y. s-n.
'leaseor, sure, easy, safe^littie liver
Ila, are Dewitt's Little Karly j f
Sold by WaUoa & Smi,ot ' j I
I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
L TBE UNITED STATES FOR THE
WESTERN DISTRICT OF VA.
IN BAMCRUPTCY.
In tho matter of i
in Bankruptcy.
John J. Miller \
To thc Creditors of J. Miller < I
Mount Jackson in the County of
Shenandoah and District aforesaid
,i bankrupt.
Notice is h*rebi given that on the
fal da] <>f November A. I), hxw, the
*aicl John J. Miller was duly adjudi
?ated bankrupt: and that the first j
Besting of his creditors will DB held
it deary's Hotel in Woodstock. Va . j
?n the Uth day of November A. i>
iMx. at IO o'clock in the forenoon* at
rhich time tije said creditors may at
end, prove their claims, appoint a
nistee, examine tho hanktu|)t and
ransaet such other business as may
troperli con d meeting.
I BAS A. I! \M\1:
Referee in Bankruptcy
Culpeper, Va., Nov. 3.?The eieo
ion in this eouuty passed off quietly. |
"he vote ia the county reaehes 1,300. I
iryan gets 1,0?0 and Taft 140. Car-?
In, Democrat, for Congress, carries !
lie county over Republican opponent.
Ir. Gregg, by a majoritvlike bryan's.
^hls county was the home of Bryan's \
randfather. 1'aricer's majority four ,
ears ago was 7SS. j t
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Removal. i
The Farmers' Union has mo\ed :
rom the leon building to the big ware?
house next .to the Freight Depot
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SPECTACLES OR EYE GLASSES
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$1.50
$5.00
Free Examination. ?
CROSS EYES STRAIGHTENED
WITHOUT KNIFE OK DRUGS.
HEADACHE PERMANENTLY CUR.
ED, IF CAUSED FROM EYE STRAIN
G. W. HIXON, Opt. D.
At Hotel Holtzmnn, Tuesday, Nov. 10th. \
PENNSYLVANIA TEPUBLICAN
Party's Vcte Cut Dc?;n In Nesrly
Every Cut. ty.
Phils Iel 4.?Pi aasyhranla
has goes Rei by a s&ajority <>t
100,000, the ;. . -''Mg os follows:
Taft, ." OOO. In l*0cj
reit carried the state hy 3".">.
519. and ta ? Stuart. Re
publi< bb vi lected Kovernor by 48.
435.
The r t : Ired show a consid
irabli 'ft in ev. iv county with j
1 A heavy vote'
rf the state, due |
Mrincipellj tc the many warm contests)
n the legislative districts. The r<^
jublicans hold their own in thc con
;ressional districts, if they do not in
reasc their representation. There is
iractically no change In the Kepubli
an rc ?presentation In the legislature.
In Philadelphia the national ticket
anied the ? itv by about lttvOOO plu
I'.lity. The entire Repablicaa ti. kct Bl
I hy a large plurality, including
oeeph Gilfillan for sheriff, who was
pposed hy D. C. Gibboney. the nomi
ev of the Independent Republicans
The election in Pennsylvania turn
i almost entirety on national i<
?e highes! officer voted for be
ig a judge < f the superior court,
ist office WUIiaai I>. i lt?p ib!i
as, has been elected hy a maj-Ti;
? OOO over Webster (Irim, Democrat.
G. O. P. Curies Wisconsin.
afOwanl ? Mw I m -
ajority in thi>- stp.tr | i
s ti. Hil t
' Mr Races ? eh Pant years' ??:
ncr Janies 0 '
peted, ond the al - i
legation, nine Republicans and t'.v
>niocrats will remain ru.' i
e next congress. The tefJsJaiarc w |
i Republicen, and Senator Blepoev t *?
n will be i dated.
Washington.
Seattle. Wash Not 4
ton's Ive el 1 votea v?ii
for Taft, the R ? i ? ,.
having carried tail
najoritv .,:
felt's majority in !f?
iel C. Od
iected -
atm.
srge i:
lews Indorses Taft.
Des Moines. Ia.. Nov. 4 ? Alli. ia
he Democratic vote which ti J
wsy from the pottl in IS 4 t-i i..
a full force Tuesday for Mr. Prynn
I was not sufficiently strong ha carr
he state. Taft s majority in I
'>(?<?*? in a full vote of MdJcBf
arroll, the Republican nominee rot
overnor. was successful.
West Virginia Carried By Bryan.
Wheeling. \V Va. N Bjf 4 - We*r|
lrginia. classed as a doubtful j
sfore the ste* tlon. has v< ? j
ryan as a result of the split In th
epublican ranks. His pluralitv In th
ate is | R. publican div
?Ipod to elect Urnis Renn.tt. Demc
at, governor.
MiehifBJl Tor Taft.
Detroit. Kira., NV. 4 ? Both soc 1
this divi.ied state have gom
lblican. the tqtal plurality'far M
ift boin? 100,004 a Republican lo
IS7.T1I sin*,- |t#|. G.iv. nor Pr J
Warner, Republican, will retain 1 ?
at.
North Dakota Republican.
Bismarck. M. i> \\,v. 4.-North r.
>ta has go'o Republican, giving M
ift 40,000 of its 70.000 votes. Thh !?'
Republican fslllng off of 28.32* sine*
9 last presidential election.

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