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The Beer of Quality
*TpHE waiter knows that
he is serving a dis?
criminating guest when
ordered to bring Pabst
"Blue Ribbon" Beer.
This is the beverage beyond
compare, and is appropriate for
all times and occasions. Whole?
some and refreshing?a delight
to the eye anil the palate?the
perfection ol brewing.
Bottled only at the
brewery in crystal
clear bottles, showing
at a glance that it
is^clean and pure'.
*This is the beer for your home.
Phone or write
Pabst Brewing Co.,
"fcO?-Sl4 Hjincork Vlrir*. RJehmond, \ it,
. _ A'hou?; Aladtaon
CAMERON IS THIRD
(.Continued From First
fli.1 Tlmr5T)l??pntch thaTl* T. Roys
gives in the largest sum $7,000.
The most casual Inspection of in
Hint this was a printer's error.^ Mr.
R,.ys tor's income was given 1"
^Following a.v the Incomes as gl*? Jj
b>- the people of HUrty-three counties
.h'hI one city:
Elisabeth (ID county.
Dr George K Vnnderallce, ?6.300;
Herbert Turn-.. $8,300: M; C. Arm
.irons $4.000; Ititward M. Armstrong.
Ji.OOOi'c. H..1I.V. ?3..>. K. M. Hraxion.
$3.300; J. II. Graves, ,2.300.
R ll I, Chlchcater, $3,530j Whltllfeld
p, Peyton, $.',.">'>o.
Thomas Atkinson. Sr., ?I7;030; Alex?
ander Camerohi $127,93$; Lewis W.
Graves $3.000: F. Hanewlnklc.
$2,125' H. O. l.vne. $3.000; George S.
MeeklenhurK < ???????.??.
Charles T. Beekes, $2.500; K. S.
Etnory $2.303; ?r, A. T. Finch, $2.200;
Lucius Gregory. $l;903; Mrs. M. Etta
Gregory, $2,170; C. W. Gregory, $-..'..>";
j.; cjcohcgan, $2.?63; it: 1-. Hcrvey.
$?! o.xi t 13. lloherts, $3,316; n H. WiL
Hams. $2,731: W. D. Rlanks, $3,000; W.
H (Mod:. $2.503: E. L Morton, $2.250;
w. h. Russell, $2,.'. H. Russell A
Bon, $3.on,i. A, r. Ronnie, $2,903; C. B.
Williamson, $2.050; C. ?'? Faulkner,
$:.50.>. .'. S. Gordon, $2,600; E. Cham?
bers Goode, $3,$00; Thomas K. Goode,
$S.fi00; Miss Kate T. Goods, $S,003; Mrs.
Rosa C. Goode. $6.000; W. E. Homes.
$3.?..'?0; A. L. Ogburn, $2.too. .1. Aubrey
HOlrhcs, $2;150; Mary .\. Harris, $2.100.
Prince t;eor?e County.
E, O. Temple, $4.1*v Thomas Temple,
William R. Abbot. $2,100; Frantz von
Keegelger, $6,1)00: \\" It. Abbot, Jr.,
12.500; J, 1?. Campbell, $2,500; II ti it tor
filler, $2.2nn: tt. <-. Ruckcr. $-',:."0; Dr.
,r. a. Ruckcr. $3.0 1?: .1. .1. Scott, ?".i*n:
F. O. Thomas', $3,003; Jesse \V. (illtas
L, r, Alphln, $3,oi"i pr it. a. Black,]
$3.". Hi; Kranit Hopkins, $1,500; .1. T. Mc?
Allister, $3,000; O. .1 McGloughlln,
$2,500; Edgar A. Pole, $2,226; Henry s.
Pole, $2.7*3. C. W, Richardson, $2,100;
Fred Sleny, $5,000; l>r. 13, C. Williams,
tlrnanwlrk < ounty.
E. r. Bufbrd, $s.. Hep's Jones,
$3,000; J. J, Bayloy. $2,1 mm. w. s. Ortf
Itn, $3,500; W. S. Peebles, $3,000; U
S. Purdy $3,000; u. D. Pcnnltigtoii, $3,
H. II DIckoy, $2.100. Archer P.
Evans, $2,500; Charles a. Johnston.
$3.noo; John It. Johnson, $3,000; .1.
drift Lawrence, $2,300; R. Tfigg
Mosby $."..000, Archer A. Phlegm, $Hi.
250; M. Ii. Toinpklns, $3.ooo; Charles i.
Wade. $i,0'Ki. Ed Black adntlnlatrator,
$2,H>?. Paul Ii. Barrlngcr, $5,100; K. A.
Hack. $2.300; ?=. W. Fletcher, $3,now.
John M. MuBride, $2,500; Robert a.
Man- $2,100; Nelson S. Mayo, JJ.tiuo;
Howard .S. Reed. $2,120.
llano* er i ount) .
Ri H Wright, $2.;<iu, p.. H. Cuid
well., $4,000; Samuel K. Carter, $2,300;
W. G. Christian; $3,500; George 11.
Crawford, $3,000; (.'. L. i>ro:st... J^.iiOO;
Oyerton Howard, $3,500; Richard
Rtley. f2.:<>0; C. W. Taylor. $2.3<i0;
Emma l-.ee Vaughn, $12,000; 11. T.
Wlckham, $27,350; S. B. Woodtln, $8,
000; it, E. Blackwell, $3.200, Kdwin
M. Bowon, $:;.oon. Hill Carter. $12,000;
Stonewall J. Poswoll, $2,200; .1. 1?.
Fleet, trustee, $3,000; a. P. Gilbert,
$2.2s'0; .1. a. Hoof nagle. 2.9"0; R. a.
l.ipsloy $2,800; D. R, .Midyctte. $4.ono;
E W. Neu man. $2,200; R. R. Rmlthey,
$2.020; ti B. Sydnor $3,5no; Carolin
a. Scott, $2,70(1; E. I,. C. .Scott, $3,010;
R. a. Taylor. $3,500.
Shennnilojili ( ounty,
W. a. \\vi im. $3.000. E 1? Newman,
$3,5 50; i\ ,-. Tavcnrier, $2.500.
Howard I Iah ston, $3.0"O; Mr8i ^.
Halrston. $3.000; .1 n. Bassott, $:\50rt;
w. a. Brown Tobacco Company, |$2,
?132 17; ,i. i! ?ondurant $:;.t;.o. H, c.
Gravely, $4,090; C. p. Kearfott, $2.
sno; c R kecsee; $3,000; A J. raster
$2,5011, rn ,i. m, Shackelford, $2.500'
i: !. Williamson. $.1.200.
Itoeklnahnni < ounty.
Central District-?George B Keezeii,
'i'<.\\n ,,r tinr'rlsonhufg?Jaiifies it.
Avis, ?2.300; II. \V. Bertram, $2,500;
?I A. Burruss, $3,300; George N* Cnn
rad. $2.500; W. I. Deckert, $<5.r.oo; rtov
?'? s Harrison. $3.548; T n. Unas $2
S30: j. T. Harris, $S.OOI): R <? m',,,z
$2.500; |i. II. i,t <. Marts, $3 250- u C
M-V'l-S ! . I? II. Ott, $2.600! Rev
^ Wilson $2. |fts: .i. Wilton $3ono
Stonewall |..strict?.1. R, Covcr ?
As) loj l)|strlCtVN(
Unvllle nistr|ef__Nn tn(.r.moK oy 1
? Hj ..f Freilerlekahurg.
?3-.920 A. iv, Km!.rev $|.vr,f, s, ocorKC
f: Kitzh.iai,. $2,:.or,: p O'Connor .; iot
rich. $2.joo r.. ii. Russell, $3,000' \ \
W. Wallace, $4.000: M .; \vill|s, c-'.-"?''>'?? ? ?
Lv-na ,v'"':' ,s'50?: Edjrar m Vounp.
_R. C. nilllHin, $:;,nno; Willis .1. I.e.
< tin riot i,. County,
.T. T. Orgaln, ??.20n Mrs. jf* '1 Harrt
son. $5.000: Wi E. Scott, $J,iift0,
l?lc of W lcl,| I otllll ?
P. It. Iter.yman, $ .' !. P i.. fjivult
ney. sr., ji'COO; Thoiiitis N. Jones, t: -
i illpeper < mini) .
Clifford I Clark, 52.;:.<?. Mrs. Kate
ylUei ?. Fannie T SJomervllle, $:..
000; Douglas. ^omcrvUie, $j.ioo; Joseph
Wlimfer. :->'"".. T. B, Orlmslcy, $2
Burnett Sillier, $2 r.oO; W. it. Itobert
Sail, y Friend, $5.nr.a. W, H lion-. .
C. it. itt'tter Lumber Comptttiy, $21,
r.OO; Ti I.. Llswick, $3,000; v. M Bitter
Lumber Ctn* pany, $50,368,63.
Second District?R. S. Cochinn, $3,
'i'im; r. \\ (Velaplane, It.000; liiiRctn I!
!.? a< He. 51 500; It. D. Boizol, 30
fifth Dlst'lct?E. Nil^on Fell, $6,000,
i irsl District?Trtiniari 8. Vanc< !..
fourth :31st rlct?No incomes Over
Third D'atrlct?W. W. Brown. 12.
71.0 ri.. a- t. Crosby, $1 1,000. W. \\"
Flnley, $35.000; Ha.Tr) ?'- Grdome, $:..?
lames Keith, $5 '??' l.ucien Kenn
$3,500: :-.? NesbU, $2.?00i B. I ? gptl
mni. L'J.oro; f?rl E, Tlppany. $3,000
Edward c Turner. $2,$90.
u?. >' 7i' ?
The best way to give
is to Just give it?not
TALK about it
We are giving it,
Practically every good grocer, in every city and town in America, sells WASHINGTON CRISPS, and about one-half of the families in
America are now eating WASHINGTON CRISPS, and practically every family in America will eat them this year, because our BIG
THAN IN ANY
K^??^ 'i 1 IM... CUT OFF .
''Im^^W^M 4 cost ?f ^ing
FOR CEREAL rOOO
Gives JUSTICE TO THE CONSUMER IN QUANTITY, and the SUPREME quality of Washington Crisps gives unvarying satisfac?
tion to both the consumer and the retailer.
Washington Crisps are made from the finest white corn grown in the great Corn Belt of the United States, with pure cane sugar and salt
added. They are thoroughly steam cooked, toasted, deliciously crisp, and are ready to serve. On every package is the unqualified
GUARANTEE of the manufacturer that every ingredient in
is of as HIGH OUAEITY as the ingredients used in the manufacture of Cereal Eoods of ANY other make, REGARDLESS OE THE
COST; and the further GUARANTEE that Washington Crisps arc made under THE MOST PERFECT SANITARY CONDI?
TIONS POSSIBLE TO CREATE, IN MILLS THAT ARE SPOTLESSLY CLEAN. AND BY HIGH-CLASS SKILLED
WORKMEN. Washington Crisps during all the processes of manufacture, from Making to packing, never touch human hands?everything
is done by automatic machinery.
The fact that the 250,000 retail Grocers in
mending Washington Crisps,which the grocers
corn (lakes in America, proves that the
HIGH cost of living. Washington Crisps cut
so far as cereal food is concerned, and both
this?hence our big sales of SUPREME
millions of Americans. Every family in
THE HIGH COST OE LIVING, should
PURE food mills which give MORE pure food
i are'^kdfo help tKe> public
; f edtfee ihe.HIGH cost oflivi
??? ??. ? ??? ? ? ?-. ? t' ?: '?'
America are supplying, and cordially recom
know are the SUPREME quality of toasted
Grocers are glad to help the public reduce the
off one-third of the HIGH cost of living,
merchant and consumer instantly recognized
quality Washington Crisps to millions and
America, which REALLY wants to REDUCE
support, by their patronage and influence,
of SUPREME quality, for the same money.
HANDSOMEST FOOD PACKAGE IN AMERICA?Two superb portraits of GEORGE WASHINGTON on every package, in colors, handsome
enough to frame, or use untrained, to decorate your " Den " or living room.
125 years ago?
WASHINGTON was :
First in war,
First in peace, and
First in the HEARTS of his countrymen.
In the year 1912?
WASHINGTON CRISPS are :
First in quality,
First in quantity, and
First in the HOMES of his countrymen.
P. I>. C'ami, 57.000; .1. R. Kntpht. ?1,500;
<". C iVaughah. Sr., $3.000; General ('.
>'. Vuughah, Jr.. $3,000; .1 I,, r-imn,
$7.. I,. It. Kd wards, ?2. ?00; F. W.
Kose. J?.100; T. U Rain. 13.000. J. K
Gale. Jr.. ?2.'?00.
(illcH Count r.
c. Li. King, $2.r.oo.
Williams Slate Company. ?0,150.
William B. Cocke. ?3.600; G. T. Part?
ridge, ?2,i. \V, T. Freeman, ?2,300;
Hartley & Uro. ?3.?oo; n. p. Peebles
& Km., ?2,500; Harvey Floetwood,
?2,526; P F. Fleet wood, ?3.000; K. L
Gray, ?3,600; J. F. West, ?3,30u; J. W,
\v, it, ?3,000; U F. hinin & Son. ?4,000;
W. A. Stephonson. ?2.ivoo.
Wllllnm A. Jones. 54.100; R. Car?
ter Well ford, ?2.207.40.
T. R. B. Wright. $3,600.
Joseph F. Bellows. $10,325; W. K.
Iiatl iway, $2.935; W. McD. Lee, ?3,000;,
\V L McSHlck, ?4.000; Machine KliuP*
lihd Railway Company, $2.200; F. G.
Koi thumlterlnnd County.
Thomas H. Falltn. $13,000; William
!'.! indon, ?20,000; I. M. Brussalls, ?20.
iooj i". i.orcn K. Cockrell; $3,000; C.
k Davis, sr.. fio.f'00; Otis W. Douglas,
?i.s'oo A Douglas, $3.r.oo; Willie T.
Edwards, ?2,4"0; Ellas W. Edwards, Sr.,
I l: E. I. Edwards, ?3,500; James
i ?5,1 00 John B. Illntoo. IC.ooo.
lohn A llnyhle, Sr.. $12,800: Thomas W.
?6.000 J. Henry Haynle, $3,500;
T H Jett, ?6,000 lohn W. McNonl,
$3. Alexander W. McNeal, ?3.000:
Herbert p McNeal. $3.000; George H.
MeNaal, $3.000; Robert R. Moore.
$2.500; John A. Palmer, Jr., ?5.000;
George N Roed, $6,000,
Westmoreland Davis, $6,000; Wil?
liam II. I-;'iK11s. $5,000; F. S. Grammar,
$:: " T, Hempstoivo, $3,Q00; Sam
' u.*i s. i.uts, ?5.000: Edward Nichols,
$3.5(in Trnmah A. Parker. ?2.<(00; E. ?.
BllHt. I i ll White, ?5,000; It.
It. Wlldthnn tl.r.oo.
! l*ovettsvllle District, No. 2. missing.
'? ? rti I i.ooo, j if wtsslor,
13,00 11 C G?vyh, ?3.000; T. B. Por
i terfleld, ?3,000; Tt. M. Richardson.
1 ! : r'r J V Basley, $2,600; A. H.
, ! '?? U.OyO; J. S Onetchlns. ?5.000;
I M 9 ?lennlngs, ?2,40o: j, |f Moore,
V ? Mount, 13 00o; Palmer St.
?.?lall 13,600 Charles B Wiley. ?3.500.
i r. Wntsoh. $2,600; .f. C. Camp
bell, ?6,000; Walter B, Jackson, ?3,500;
'.. Lincoln ?2,600
t iiouata t ounry,
B?v?irl>' Mannt District -Book net
rc.j . : i) i igh <?. g overdue.
, \ ' ??di putrtct?John R ,Colllri?,
1^ i?iiin Vi);_ ^?^Jc-<JA^d.oro
Coiner, $3.oon; rtos* niff r-Yult Farm,
jn.^oft; ,rsm?s a. Fishburne, ?3.roo; f.
Percy Loth, ?3.500.
North River niHtrlot?Frcdorlc O.
Middle River r>1ntrlct?No Income.-*
Pas tu roe DiMrtct?A. n. Rurnics.'
JL'400; R ,r Hann, ?f.,000; n. 5?. Roid.
?-'.100; Thcortnr? I". Rhuey, ?4,000.
Clifton District?8, O. Carglll, ?3,son;
15. Mean*, ?11,000; .T. c. Thom, ?2,860;
tvn.?on Townsend, |2,2t>6; C. M. Weld,
Covlnrton District?Wllllnm A. Luko,
?6,600; George I* .Miller, ?4.000; A. A.
McAllister, ?4,500; A. U Noell. ?3.600;
and rapidly Cure
Lumbago, and all
pains in the head,
face and limbs.
K. FOUGERA A CO.. Bole Ajrenu, New York.
[yTu'II Be Glad
Every minute?-every hour?every
day?ril you visit the mos) ?Ii-?kIii
l'iil of all seaside pleasure resorts?
You will find salt surf bathing as
-.tfc as your tub or shower, and a*
delightful as a dip into dreamland,
Then there is dancing?thrilling
music- -appetizingboating. In fart,
every ?.ort of amusement awaiting
Your friend* Will be there.
I ow excursion rate:, from Rich?
B. M Nettieton. $3,000; .lohn W. Boll.
1.1,800; R. \V. Crowder, $2.100; T. F.
Cover, $2.son; John T. Delaney. $5.ftlf>:
G. W. Huntley, Jr.. f6,000; II II Hurt.
$2. 100; .1. S. Hnm. 12.600; Dr. II Grant
Und. $2.760; Dr. W. R. Payne. $2.200;
Robert I? Parrlsb. 121,000; \V. a. Rlne
hart, $20,000; George A IUverrornh,
$3.000; C. 8. Shepherd, $2.250; R. O.
Rolling Spring Dlatrlot?No Income
MaDden faring" Olstrlct apparently
Clear Forle District?Pocahontas
CnnKolld.-itod Collieries Company,
$!02.onn; Porahonias I,lght end Water
Work?. $6,sss; Thomas N. Williamson,
$3,889; R, b. Williamson. $3.000.
Jcfferaonvllle District?R, R Henry,
$3.000; Ifarmnn Rrns , $1.000; C. R
Brown, $3.ooo; ,r. s. a P, Dtlleiple,
$s.nno; George W. GlUcspie, $5,000; i;.
L Greever, $3.200; Ii. B, Herman,
$1,600; Henry Fronton. $2,500; a. St.
''lair. $4.000; Ooorgo W. St. f.'lulr,
$8.000; R W Siran.?. $",|00; \v. H
County Commissioner Wilkinson
Murdered as Result of
Oxford, N C, September 2.? County
Commissioner w. P. Wilkinson, of
GranvjUc County, was shot 'o death
on the. public highway this morning
While dtiv'ng to town by M. B. Hob
good, ills brother-in-law, brother of
the sheriff-elect of the county.
There had been trouble broWIng be?
tween Hobgood and hiti wlfe'ji family,
the culmination of which was to-day's
tragedy. For thrco months she had
I been living with her people. This
morning Mr. Wilkinson had started
with her and her ch'ld to her brother's.
Dick Wjitkins, who lives In the .sub?
urbs of Oxford. On the way they Wer?
Intel ? epled by Mr. Hobgood. who urged
hin wife to go homo with him. She
refused. ,nd Mc Wilkinson explained
to Mr Hobgood that she could not
go because of the fact that he wa.?
drinking and not In *. condition to
take caco pi b.?r., Finally p^uleUng
Mm. as they supposed, they .lrove off,
leaving; him In ihe road. He very
soon opened fire with u pistol, shoot?
ing his child through the foot and
sending a hall Into the slvoulder of
: the horse. The harness ???? rut fron,
|the hors? by bullets. Mr. Wilkinson
left his buggy and urged Hoi.good to
jccnse firing, h'.it Instead he took from
Ms buggy n shotgun, which he levelled
directly at Mr. Wilkinson, shooting
jlilm In the breast, the shot piercing
[some vital organs. Mr. Wilkinson was
I taken to the home of Mr. Pick Wnt
IklnB, where he expired about on hour
afterwards. Hobur.r.d la t.hen njlogod
j to have attempt',! to kill hin wife and
rlilld. Ho ihen went to the house
where Wilkinson had boon carried and
Intlempted to forcibly enter, hut was
, roughly handled, and finally placed In
! The tragedy occurred In front of
the home of Dr. Sails, two miles from
Oxford. Moth Mr. Hohgood nnd Mr.
.Wilkinson are prominently connected In
Oranville, and muoh grief is felt for
[all put lies. Mr. Wilkinson loaves a
v. i fe and several children
VEGnOKS II K I n FOR N?RDBII.
Prominent OHIl?D or Dover ? ?willed on
Street in tfterneon.
(8peclal to The Time?.Dispatch.]
Newborn, N. C September 2.?Yes?
terday morning the little town of
Dover was thrown Into great excite?
ment when the news spread that Clem
Johnson, a prominent citizen, had been
brlltatly murdered on the public street
toy two negro men. There were no eye?
witness, s to the murder except those
actually taking part In the affair.
JOhnSOO w.is stabbed to death, his
1 throat being badly lacerated. Very
shortly after the killing took place
Charles Moore and Taps HMI, colored;
were arrested and charged with the
murder, and kept under * guar until
they were brought to Newborn I'CS
terdiiy evening safekeeping, pending
The coroner. Dr. Jones, was not Tied,
and last night he Went to Dover to
hold an Inquest .A Jury was sum?
moned, which heard the testimony of
scpcral witnesses, which resulted In
the holding of T.isb Hill for the mur?
der of Mr, Johnson and Charles Moore
as an accomplice, to be held for the
grand jury without ball._
Be Your Own "Dealer
E. G. Rike, Mgr.
117 W. Broad
You mipht as well pocket the usual
middleman a profit by coming direct to
the maker for your piano. Any grade
you wish here for your selection. Com?
pare our pianos with those elsewhere at
20 per cent, higher prices.
Sold under the unqualified
or money back.' YA lb.
None better made at any price.
All fiood Grocora sell it or tvill get it for you*
1 guarantee of "satisfaction,
). 5c?X lb. 10c.?1 lb. 20c.