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Harrisonburg Daily Times (Newspaper) - January 27, 1909, Harrisonburg, Virginia VOL. 7. NO 50 VA JANUARY 27, 1^09 Annual ry Clearance We expect you in this Don't put it off. Come in A guarantee with every purchase SNOT f Wilh Jan. H. was shot thia at 10 milea from on the and Ohio and 0. U. a merchant that la In Jail with the wno ib said to bave been tered store to ot and a ae Is said to bare bailed Uamea and WM ordered As he did bo be applied to J. H. father In law of Mr. and though 7ii years A tight getting thie ot It. then is accused ot getting Four the trigger The fifth time there wau a the ball entering between the trouT waa brought lo the hospital and la to have a for TRIUMPH Blew md Crowds Cheer They Are Of HIS of Describes of Ust or as II Goes ONE MAY GET In Alvah H. Jan. H. la here In the Interest of have the gov position property m a coaling wUt hold ence this city turn ot the where he elect LOCAL A baru east of last The weather man says it's going to that new patrol wagon go to the lire last Ask the The matrimonial bureau in this county has been quiet for two whole What is going to with minimum temperature near the freezing moderate northwesterly becoming Loosen Up added another member to the roster Qet In line; up when the reporters are There will be at the Church pf the Brethren tonight on - case of court and brother will be theft of in Brock's Competition between the moving parlors Is getting ao great that they constantly to aee who has the largest crowd in A colored lad Inquired ' the chicken fight was and who won last night when he saw several of the town sports returning from the who hit at Mrs. gave himself up to for but not hit at Mrs. And did not hit ' Word reached here laat night that Conductor on the cannon ball high and through freight hal a head-on collision la the Potomac yards in Washington yesterday and had his ankle and that a brakeman named was at Red that aerial story that will appear in the Times Is one you should not miss. From start to finish it will hold - one almost Subscribe now and get the first 60 cents three six and 12 per LAW STUDENT AT gnO lapi at N. Jan. 2�>.-feraous iii tuis section wnu believe in the nave had by a bantam looMier is owned by suy the lue little rooster is the place ot tue soul of a dead army because sounds morning ana taps as well as musician could ao 11. ile never lu the lime 01 is sounded at precisely 0.a0 - and u sounds X 1 can't New Jan. 26.-Capt.. and his and most of the or the were given a wmu at tue pier ot tue tue revenue irom tue cutter ' A ot and of the of tue While line in together with thiee or tour was on lue tile the and seamen made a rush for Capt. mm to their him the w nolo of tiie to the while the crowd yelled and stewards on the steamships blew Behind the captain the crowd carried aloft the brave the wireless telegraph Capt. bealby was carried from the street to the of the steamship an the second floor ot TJie only on his earnest would the crowd cease its marine In recent There have current here Mr. Martin was a place in the Tatt When he made n In that he would see Mr. Wednesday ai soon as the latier conld get back to Washington from that the matter of cabinet selection was In the of. his that It was a question that would be out ot for him to Ho did not deny that the subject had been discussed between Mr. Taft aiM Mr. and said further he might have something to say on the subject In a few Tt Is believed that Mr. Martin will go Into His Son Him His Dead in MAHERS IN HIS DEATH WAS SUDDEN is 12 That Nothing TO Few Wesl House Orders of Charges W. 26.-^As i at tban the private He won't obey jay i toau Ana tiie worst of ' All the housewives in the hear that call from poultry and many of luem heed it and got They how tufe bird Knows it o'clock and keep on wondering cause it is one or nature's When night rooster goes into the poultry and gets on the He quiet until and then he sounds so that every one in the neighborhood may know It is time to put out the and go to Linderman calls lie rooster and says careful breeding and training have made him what bd IS. jack's and were killed by a hawk a year Of the batch of eggs from which Jack was hatched all except that contained Jack were eaten by had been anticipated Gov. Dawson sent to the this morning a special message forth the history of the charges ot wrongdoing the tors and with the and that the adopt a lb and make narrative that WHO was a Miss Aua who survives him with two two He had ill for many mouths aua at when had his bedside hla to lie tue same asj tue past several days and no of uls immediate was His sou who la 10 years slept with his and did not hear him during the but when he awakened yesterday at daylight and of his lather how he folt and did not receive any thinking his father was he tried to wake when to his horror ho foun his father Going to the neighbors he summoned there being no one at Mr. Barman was a member of North Carolinian in Some College With His Jan. 86^^ parallel la case of of Pilot N. 0., law Wake Forest thia Mr. la 60, Uiti same he haa a P. T aged 18. elder la gn his silvery He haa ip 2T whom in the November and 2 great Mr. am lust beginning CARRIE NATION Leauie Up by Jan. 26.-TMrs. Carrie who is attempting to deliver a series ot lectures met with a hostile hall She waa pelted with one of them her m jhe the the audience a of and Her manager vainly appalled for fair play and waa obliged to quit tbe under - A. S. CASSIDY and ia Lighting Electrical Telephone for our We make a Specialty of Repairing No. 265." 83 EAST MARKET limes Has New Mr. w. formerly of 9. la to g sition on the ataS of tbo Harrisonburg Dally Smith is an man and will add maen of Interest to the of this Thi Asks from ita patrons and public to share with it some of unemployed It pays J per annum on subject to without This Is entirely separate distinct from the ValUy Realty Company It not huy and sell real but loam exclusively on real security on conservatively appraised N. escape of Second Officer and himself from the would not talk of the collision with the steamer Captain Bealby was about 8 o'clock Sunday night when the Republic was and only myself and Williams were the There a rumbling land cracking at the after end of the The stern waa settling rapidly and the sea waa Then said to what do you think about It. And Williams think It will be a long us sprint for it. When you are ready let her looked aft again and saw bow fast ahe was I told Williams to burn a blue Then I tired my revolver five to let the boats around me know that we were going off. to I us take the forward We ran from the bridge to the saloon burning our blue lights as we went and carrying an ordinary ' we got to the saloon deck the water waa coming in att of where we Aa we ran forward the stern was sinking so and the Incline was so steep that when we got to tbe fore we started to slip back and could hardly keep ourselves on Climbs to bad the port rail and was hanging over the I took to tbe rigging and went up as high as the masthead a distance of many rested there and took out a bine lights It was wet and would not go X then fired the last ahol from my wator had now up to up under my great coat and I The revolver and my held my coat acting if a sort ot thIa time the water was a mass all about me. I was caught In a whirlpool for I waa churned around until J came to the tried to oft my coat but could There was I tried to catch hold of some of the I caught hold of a batch covering and pulled myself out on the hatch and lay on spread eagle had been playing on thi ship and were cow she went oa In his message the governor says that charges and concerning wrong doing by the directors ot the were In his possession before he visited Moundsville January 19, to attend a meeting of the He declares that he had ascertained that the legislative committee had not finished their Investigation of the penitentiary owing to the Illness ot Warden Inasmuch as the charges have already been he does not think it necessary to repeat or summarize His message Insists that the whole truth be made and nothing covered adding that tbe directors court a thorough NOT IN LOCAL Dr. Chapman Says He Is in National Fight on Jan. 26.-In the course of a sermon Dr. J. Wilbur leader of the Chapman Alexander evangelistic made the statement that no Christian could consistently vote at any election tor licensing Dr. In explaining his said that while drunkenness was the commonest it was not the I am not fighting the Mr. M. Harvey who lives two and a half miles southeast on the was found dead iu his bed morning at day break by hla He had been ill lor and neart trouble which caused his Mr. is a sou of the late Sarah A. and was born January 1 Martin auu was In his astn Compromise in the Committed to A compromise was in the Circuit Samuel Leap and who brought suit tor tbO of a guardian over two the late A. B. attl Mary W. 4VviiOh)i^igu:.^'i^#'^eiiilo'
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