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Oevoted to Agricultural,CommercialandIVIanufactur?ngIntercstsof FredericksburgandtheTldewaterandPledmont Country
Vol 17, No 41. Fredericksburg, Va., Thursday, May 1. 1902, Eight Pages* Price, 3 Cents ??lu. \ II \\ I.Ht,il.lialie.l 1*^_! .1. H WM. 11 \ V G. A. HAX and CO., Grain, Hay, Mill-Feed and Seed. Receivers aad Slii|.|a*ra. 115 North St . Baltlaioes. Md G. A. ZIRCKEL&CO ?oie Axent? F-at Towers' ?iiletl nothing, Hats, It. brand? 'ii-.li,-- "Nox 'Km AM," ."Miicl.l" ml ?? A **t:tii cl if! " Mermaid Hi .1 it.1 Mackintoshes, |ol?bers ol (".<><><lyr;ir Glove Boston and ?Yoonsocket, Bay Statt- sa?! Kiio.lt- Island RuMicr Boot? and sh. jobs m Rubber? at ?11 tunes. 7 an.I 9 K Prall St. opposite M?lt!?y H<mse, Baltimore, Md SPOTSYLVANIA. U(\i\il School? Closiat Personals. Etc. '? iirr?-i.pi?tiil?-in-?-to Tin I'm ? La Ml I S|...tH>U,iiim l H., Va., \pril _'?'.. 1902, Mi?- Mi.-.- .1. m.?., tern -her ??f -vllmil No 1. I liinti-elliir district. t-lomil lier m-linnl ? m lui-Kilav ?\ it li h iiiiiiiUt iif n-riint i. him by tit?- ?liil.lr?-ii Many ?>f Ibe piir?-iit>? Hii'l 11 ? ? i f ?k 1 ?. ? r -? \\?-r?- pre-ent. M'ih .l.ilie? in mi lU-l-i'lliplirtllfll. It lot |>??|> ?liar l.-iielii-r. She \ imle.l tlie Mi-IIiihI?hI pano?a(t yeaterd?a*r. Mi--.-? l-'.thel liiriii-r un?l liiniiii- l'en ill? Inn ur?' \ ??ilini; Mi? Karl.ara Moore nf I'nrki-r. thi* week. Mi ? \tll\i.. IVllillt-tilU. w lu? ?M tl'MI-llill^ itt 1'nrker. i-l?>H?-?l her ??-1.1 yraterd^j She i? a good t?'Ui-hiT. mi.I I ill? Ims-ii wry ?Mrtvaalul ??? bee ? <?rk Un. J I". II ?'riniiK.iiil. ??m Iih- Im?.h H??-k ?H 1-1111% llll-Hl-i -III \it-~ Hfttii- Sinitii ?im iniH been ?>n un ?\t? m l?-< I \ .??it t.. t li.- Iiniiii-H ni Uespsra. i: u sttiiiii. ni s?'itiMtttti. niel \ \\. M?mwv. ??I l'uni ?ink. rvtiirnt-t h.nur thi? ? ??-k. I'll.- revival nuft inir i- pmirtv?iiitr at Tala ruai b . ami l??-\ l-ri-oy Ime Hank? wbn \a ?istiag Ihr p?tor. K>-\ .1 \\ I le. klii.'lll. i- prvneliiiii; tine MIIUOM. The people Hr>- beenllaa mtv uimb in t.n-Hii-,1 Mi-.- t -..nu lia I \l?ii.l.- ?,f Horrb, Bed? ford i? ?ii tit ? . \ a . in riait lag I he Inline ?if Rri .1 W 11.1-l.iiinii Mr Miirx in Harri- a .l.-titnl Nlmiettt of n uii-.li. al inlli-i.-?- in Ki.-liiiiniiil. hits n tiirnetl to hi- father'K. Mr T. \ llnrri-, of thi- plan Mr Mp-,1? ? n i'nrtip-r who ?_? atmn ailaa ta.1 -tinli-nt ha- rettirin-.l home. Ile i- n ?un ?.f Mr II A 1 iirnt-r. nf lli-tiin. hntel Fsnersl uf Mr. Hudson Notes. I:lc. Spnt-vhtiniii C. IL, \a . April 28, UKW I In-limerai .?[ Mr I 11 11 ?nl-nii, who?e death was iinteil in yntir In-t ?ki?ii?-, took place Mon.lay alt.run.in at f?mr tiVlnek. at Hie Mil liinli-t riniiih anil the wrviee w ii- t-iiiitlinte?! by It?-? .1 I'll I ri-iiinnil 'lite pull lieari-r- wi-re Mi-mirrt. T. II. Har? ria, Sr . I. I?. llurrin, T. II llarrin, Jr., M. \\ Kabjcbton, A. II. Cri-mnml and M T l'amer. Mill.m I'rynr. win? wan ?irr?'?<t?sl ft.r euttle Hteitlin-:. wilti taken iiw ay l.-i-t Sat - iirday by Sheriff T. II Harri? t<? ?erre three ?ear- in the Kefnrinatory seboot. Th?' farmer? haw l?e<-ii tpiiu- htmy for the pant ?week putting in their ?-?trn erop Mr. I-'. W. ('??Ieiun.ii i- in Ciirolin?- on lumiiie? _ i: A HUM IV CKOl.INK MAKRIMil*. Beule? Cofhill. ? ?ne o? the pr?t tient llilirrinRea llintlim? tx-i-iiretl in mir uiiiint l.?r koiih-I iine. vv un cidemmzfd in lletln-1 Bnptiat i-lnircli, in tliia coiiniv,ou Wcdmtulay April 23rd nt 7 :?'!?? P. M . the c-oiitrac-t inir partie,? l?e in? Mia? Eesylsa I;ewin OogVU, khsae i-<nii|>iinliee| daughter of Mr and Mra. S. O. t'oj.'.liill and Mr. Kveret Lst B?'az!ey, HproNperoiiHyoiiuirfii,riiu*r. ofthat neigh liorlnii.cl The chiircliwiui lien ut iftill.v dec ?iriitetl ??'ith everirreeiiM and cut rlovven? At the appointed hour the lirida! party cutt-reil thei'liurch, t.eew-ret atrailla??! the weddiug BSISs rendered by Mr?. Osara* Beazley. in th<- following onler. Messrs T. M < riltenileii, Franklin lluvia'I'. ?' ?'olliiia nuil W. II Waxhington, nahera; Mr Kolit. Wooifolk with Mi** Kate frit titulen, Mr Ne?! ('limpiad with M ?hh I tee - ei?* Iteazley, Mr Carroll Qoodlos with Hiss B?*n*ir ? ??uliill, Mr. I harlie Maddux with Minn Ada I'nrr, Mr. I'liarlie Burke with Mian Annie (?ooilwiu ami Mr Kildie t'oiitiill with Miaa I an nie Hollina The britle with her maid of honor,Miar? (?race (oghill, were met at. the alter by the xro.ein ami Ii?h lient mail, Mr. Ben Benz ley, when* Kev .1. T. I.nl,aiil; ncrformetl th.* ceremony in a very impressive man ner. nfter whi,*h the (?ridai party with a number of relative?, and friend? repnin-d to the home of Iheliri.le. where a sump tti,iiiHM?p,H-r waHHerv.il in old Virginia style The bride wore an extpiiaite gown ?if whiu* orgaudy and Matin trimming,?, with long tulle veil ami earrie?! britlea nua-H. The maid of honor wore pink (>r. gane I y am! carrieil pin U rowa The bsMss maid? were ilreMHed in white organdi.-? and natal triinmiiigH The prenent? wore both uiiiueroiiM and handaome. ORANGE Marriage. Pernonal and other Notes. '?'orreapiiiult-iicf of Tin I'm i l.v\?t ) Iturr Hill. \a \pril 26, l'.??i_' Itain i? badly needed. A few of <?nr fanner?? nav.- Ralabrd planting ?-??rn. and the- wheat crops ore looking very well in thin section. Mr T .1 ?llllolld e.f l.ovilHt ? ?Mil', V? ho hau Ihi-ii quite nick ia iinpr.iv ing, we an pie .iHi-.| tti hi-ar Ilia ilniightir Uias Li? zie. who haw a ?;.i\.tiiu-iit petition at \\ aahiiigton ha* Ix-cn with liim ?luring hit? illll??"-?. ?Ira Teem Walker, aad daughter, ?ef i'iil|a'|M-r ?'?>. ?en- ??cic-T.tH of Misses Mary and Bel tie JcMBM, thin areek. Ilev Chas. L Sandern un.I Mr .la- I I'av in- a|Miit last Satuplay and Sum?a? Brisk Mrs. it Taylor ?lark ..f Brandy, t'nlpepeeIVi . th?' latter m MiHter. Mr. Champ llillmau. one ol the okle-t nun ut t lu- county who ?h in his '.'lat v.-iir. ban Ui'ii ladisposed lorsocas lime Urina very remarkabie inaii. having re Iliuill.-il act ?V e- HO I'elur Mi?? laiiiiit- Quaan, Ikaaeeoad riaus;b t.r.cfMr .lohn iiuaini. and Mr T It M??rrin. t-f thin c.unity wen- united in marriage at ? innige lac-t H t-.l?enday at the n-H?tleiui* of tin- tillit-iating mounter. K?*v Mr Hurlo?? We extend lient wishes to the ha, py roupie. M?kh.-h I.i .-i.- ancl Ne,ruh Hartley bave I returned lu.un-after n pi.-annul risit to tbe families .,( Messrs lieo. \\ ??calville. ami .1 Barton Hale, m-ar Lignum. (Tal paper Co Mr Btilaud M?on, <?( Danville, bas Ut-ii v iaiting loa lioiiie people, near l.o cunt ??rove. Mr. ?i B. Watson who has l??-?-ii boats ni.-k. han tVMiiiiifd Ii?h duties, a? travel ing SSdsaSaaa for Mr It. A l\ ?ehpaugh. Mina Ethel lamer, o? Sputa? Iv ania C. II it? vinitiiig relatives at Lot-iint , (?rove. Wedding U-llrt will be heard in our nii'lat shortly. Rev. (ha-. K SaiieltTH baa gone tee Staiiiitoii to have kls throat tr?ate?!. Mi? iii.-iuv Irit-ucU Iio|h-lu-may be la-m-lit ted _ II.UK. llrantc Writing Lint of v? ritinu? adirittfl to record in the I lerk'a otlie-e of l 'range county. nine? March term, 1902: A. B Young to .lack Booten bargain and unit*. ?"? aeren laud adjoining Datais! ; Qu?Heiila*rry. W. W HiirgeMH triiMte?'. to Harvey Lewis bargain and na?t- 200 aerea land near liiioiiville. Harvey l<-vvin to V\ W. Hurgenn, trim tiv, for the bi-inlit of I ?range ?ehnol Ininril triiMt. 800 HereM land, a? above/ T. ('. MeA?Hter t?. EL S Hont], th-ed of trust on eow, heifer, mule and buggy. II Lee Willi? t.? Win. II. l?i.-ketlH bar? gain a..?I ?ale. a piece of laud adjoining Hfiid Hiekett? EC Willey Steiirn? to I tee Weavi-r, bar gain and aale, 1T?> I-"> aeren bind culled ??(i???lien." .lohn Itiirge?? tu .lohn Itiirges?, Jr., bargain and ?ule, 82 72-100 acres laud adjoining .Ian Thump?.m W. ('. liruveHtn.l. W. .\l.lntonh. bar gain and sale, 2 ?"?- 1 IM) aere? land ad jiiiiiing \V. ('. liruve? Claude I'ouglaxH and wife to .la-. (). Mundy, bargain ami ?ale .'i?-'? l?n?aere? : land adjoining I obb? anil Tin.Iule, W. W. (hewiiiiig to Mary ,1 I liewning, ? bargain and ?al?-, 1 borna and mule?, I i eat tie. taomm, ate, ? l-'aiinie I". Cnuway to Win l'?rime?.bur > gain aud ?ale, 11 acre? land inlj??iuiiig .! M. Smith. Wm. (?nines la I-"aiiiiie P. Conway deed of triiHt on 11 acre? land, an above (' I'. Iinuiel to SulIic ( uiiipU-ll, bar Half- Sick If you feel run down? are easily tired, if your nerves are weak and your blood is thin, then begin to take the good old standard family medicine, Ayer's Sarsapa? rille. A splendid tonic. ?. Aa ?nstfma. i c AVEt te , l??*m, lu**. I WINCHESTER ?CARTRIDGES IN ALL* CALIBERS from .22 to .50 loaded with either Black or Smokeless Powder always give entire satisfaction. They sre msde snd losded in a modern msnner, by exact machinery opersted by skilled experts. | THE Y SHOOT WHERE YOU HOLD ? AL WA YS ASK FOR THEM e.aiii and ?ule. :t 1 "> ama land adjoining K??bt. I'il.-h.-r. Ih?iiinl Arms!.ml to T .1 Keed. deed .?I trn?t on 1 l??t in lown of ? ?range Nannie !' I'liillip?. et?- t?? C It Simp ?on. bargnin mnl ?ule. IV?', rn-mt luml adjoining M. I? Cowherd. ? H Simp?.?ii to Nannie 1'. Phillips ??t?-. deed tru?i oa i.V.?1. aerea bin?l. aa above. I-: I'. Stevt-us, etc t.? Martha Wil limns, bargain ami ?al?-. L'?'? acres laud adjoining ?ai?) Steven? I'ainiii-s. Barbee to II \ Hurt?-?-.?!?-?-?! of tnil-1 on L' Iota in town of i ?rung? l'.a\ l??r Job ii?? ? u ?heir? to I l.?rii<->- .1 ? .lui ?on. bargain ami ?al?-. J1, acre? land at I joining K?l. Murshall. \ .1 llarlnu In AtiU'rii-aii I'.unk. tle?-d nltrti?! on-'"? bone M ?liter engine anil l???il?-r l.'li/u \\ igglenw nrlh to \ I'. I'rnke bargnin ami ?al?-. ?lower In te mm! in ".? acre? land. I'. II. fry. clerk, to lin? S Shn.kelfonl bargain an.I ?ule. SON ?'?-'I l??u u?-re? lull?! utljoiuing Kobi S I lark Sume lui 1! I?niii'-I. Iiarguin und ?ale. '.?'.? ai-n-H In ml niljnining J. M l'uni?-/ S It Aii.|er?oii ttt ?i V ?Initie?, deed al trii?t ?>ii '_' hit? in towa ??t ? ?range. Lewla Alexnn.ler, etc t.. William I ?t l'iiiit. burgnin ami ?ill?-, their intm-st ii ? ".?. 1<?<? acre.? land. i ?Y??. S Sliackelf.tr?! to ( harl.-H Barth hiirguiii ami sale, _.'??s ?;."'. Ion a?-n-? Ian. luljoiii'iig .1. .1 Maun I M l'eiiilleinn t?t ?i A. ?iaiiie?, tlt^e? of trust on ?_' _'s Hit) ai-n-s laml near Na ?on?. liiiniel i.iiiiuii to Edward T. Qaaaa ngi-i-eim-m to cultivate < ;.'!', arrea l.-iii?l. .1. F ?i?????!*?, in nud nther? tn B. I' ? 1\ I.sun, bargain ami ?ale. t 1 KM lam hi " I ??'? ( rusKing " Ale\Ull.l?T l.illlelield tn W. 11 Sill.l limn-r. bur-rain nn?l ?ale. ?Is'. acre? lam ?Adjoining Kd Situlinger. I" A l.ittleli.'l?! to ?nine, bargnin an ?ale. I mnl -"i". 1 s a,.[-,s Ian.I near ?im .Inns? ill, W. II Situllillgi-r tn (.' A. ?iuille?. il?-e nf Irtisl on llinv, and 7?! etc. near ?i??i il.insville. M II Hoard to A I-'. Stof.-r. ?le.-,! , trust on I1, a<-re? land Bear town ? ? irun_:? ?lohn T. Brown t?> I. (' Acre?, Iturgai ntul suie, lo.'l ucn-H luml adjniii'ng Mn S. T. Itrowning. .la?. B. Umiiel to U. (' I ?on hit. bargai and Hale. 56 ?1-10 acre? Inml atljoinin saitl Iiniiner. Itobiiison W. CatOT to Alexander .loin son. bargain ami aale, D97100 aen land near < iortlotiHville. W. C Pminil! t?. .1. W. AilHbir.-. ba gain ami aale, BO acre? lainl adj.lining <W I',.m,ill Rosaaaa May to II. K Crtvkett, bar? gain and sals, In acn-n lam! adjoining'!'. It Croekett N ?1 Bonn to Taylor look, bargain ami nale. J1, aeren land near (?ordoiin ville. Lydia S Iloole-ott tull?an M ?arven, deed of trim! on 125 aeren land adjoin ing A. Bhonili'H. .It; Williainn, ap?ela] eosaailaaioasi*, to Charle? Barth, hargain and nale, one half interon! in |.*I7 aeren laud adjoining Hart h. "It in with a good deal of pleaniire ami ?at infaction that I recommend (huniln-r lain'n Colic Cholera am! Hiarrhoea Ib-iii edy." Huyn Uruggint A. w*. Snwtelle, of Hartford. Conn. " A laily ctinttinner. nccing tin* remedy expone?! for aale tin my nliow cm?', ?aid to me: 'I really la? lieve that metlieiiie aavei! my life the pant summer while at the ?liore,'and ?lie be ' eaSBS no enthiiniantic over its merit? that I at once mail?-iipiny minci tcireeoiiimeml it in the future. Recently a gentleman jcameiuto my ?tore su overcome with c .die paiun thnt he nnnk at once to the floor. I gave him a done of t hita remedy which helpe?! him. I repeated the done and in MteSB iniiiiilen he left my nton* Hiniliiigly informing nie that lie felt as j well a? ever." Sold by * M M. 1 rwls dniggmt. Wade Jenkins, of Rappatiaiiiiock ?-oiinty, l haH lai-n convicted for the second time of \ the murderiil Henry iiarn?,..." V, .;;?..!ville. that county. The trial renult.il in a con? viction of inunler in the neeond il.*gn*e. giving him h?x and a half y?>arn in the |?ciiitentiary. Wasls Other? ta Ksaw. 'T have un?-d I-vWitt'n Littl?* Karly Riaem for constipation and torpid liver and they are nil right I amgla?! to indorne them for I think when we And a goml thing we ought to let otliera know it. writes Alfred Heiime. ijuinry, |||. 'I'hey never gri|a> or dintren?. Sure ?sate i pills. H C Bo?? man. STAFFORD. New Pension Hoard - Mrs. I latfurd Sells Her Steamer Baseball (Ither Notes. (I'tirrenpcmliMiii* toTut Lull. I.?\e i | Stafford, Va. April ?_??'.. 1902. .Itiilgi- Munon han appointe?! .Mcnnrn. Hugh ?die. Harry Clark an?! .Ino M. Hull an the in-uniou board for Staffortl county. Miaasa Kaaats. Nellie aad Lucy Bryaa, Mm .1 I. licrrcy. Mm T W Bern-? ami lie? C I., l'ciu-r paid Widewal?T a visit ?cnN-nlay. and after BSefaaaj the Heine lamleil with its ui v riailn of herring?took a nail upon the I'otomac Then- ?van a miff brasas blow asa aa4 sosas ?>f tin party wen* ciuini<l?*ralilv worketl up in their feelingn. Mm. F. L l-'lnttord han acid hi-rntcamiT the Lili it* and How ar.l." to Philadelphia parties; price-f?;.",?KI. Thon. Law nein, one of our mont n n|n^.t?*?l colored citizenn. tlittl at hin reni deiicc, aaar here, lant Tiienday. alter a long Maesa Mr .1 S I'avin. ??I Shiloh. King < ??-ori;? c-eunity. n|a-nt Wislnenday night here. Theeaaea of Martiiinailininintrattir vn B V A P. It. K. t.?. t.. Ik> tried lien-next Thursday will be very much protrait?-?l ; jiidging from tin* iiiitnix-r <?f wltasaara rtiimuioniil -??_"? in all It?*? <;. r Tylsr, cd Um "Burg," preaches here tonight al 7 'lu p. m., ami .it Andrew n Chn?*-1 tomorrow (Sunday ) morning at lia. m The whole eniint ry inmi-mingly a Rower garden. The fruit tre?*H ?Tin to have lilcinsoiii'-d to their fiillcnt e?tent in the lant v\e?-k Hoard of Siijmtv inorn met last Moadaj and little hut routine luininenn w an trans, acted. Adjourned to the Ith Monday in , M?y. j Mia \gnen Lloyd, of the "Itiirg." w c'oiiipauied icy her it! t It- son. in ?mithin the family of .Ino M. Stevenn, Esq. HaSSa the adjournment of the Const it u tional Convention thin wctioii han bass visitad I'.v more high ?viiuln than lian la^n known for BSVeral years The nop punition in that the wind that han U-eu ! |?ut up in the cap?tol han enca|?ed to the ' country with the meiiiU-m, ami in now trying to evhaunt itnelf prior to the22nd of May. 1909. ? Much interest wa- fell in the match game of lianclinll at (?arrinonville to day In-tween the (?arrinonville team ami l-'n-ci t-ric-knliurg College junior team, ?vhich reniilti*?l in favor of the Stafford boya by a ncore of '_'.'! to '2 S in itmi it. Mr? Martha Porter, of 1'riee tit-urge t.nty. Mtl.haH bought at private sale Mr. .lames '?'. Mock's farm in l.oiuloun. 185 aeree, for ?*fM.?'.i?o Beware 01 A ?Couth. A cough ?H not a?li?case butanyinploiii I'onHuinptioii ami bronchitis, whii-h are the must ilangerntiH.anil fatal di?ean??. have for their tirst iinliciition a jiersi? tent rough, ami if pro|?erly treat?-?! im noon as this etiugli ap|x-arfl are eaeily ?Mired, t'hamlierlain's Cough Itemeily hau proven wonderfully Hiicce??fiil ami gained it? wi.le reputation and exten?i\e sale by It? ?iicce?? in curing the ?linen?. ? whleh cause coughing If it ?h not U-neli eial it will not cost you a cent. l'or ?al? by * M M. I.ew?H, druggint. I Senntor Tillman. at Manning, S. (' an ?wend Chargen made against him by ?upporters of Mil-nurin, and urgitl the I Ailoption of iH-mtM-ratic party pledge? ; that will liar from n.ination IVnto ' crat* of the Mcljiiirin variety. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the -rjijrestants and digests all kinds of to.*). ltRiveslnstant relief and never fail-'torure. It allows you to eat all the fToH you want. The most sensitire stonm.'lis can take It. By its use many thoutsartds of dyspeptic? have been cured a fier everything else failed. It prevents fc-rinationof giiscti thextom arh, relieving all distress after eating lJietin?i unnecessary, l'leasaut totake. ft oaa-'t help bat do you good rrrnsmil?'TV *"" T*~"'--"-' .-'?-Tim ?tlia|l.t?IAfati>?M?lns?>s Uutva?.'-tue mmsT KIN?i GEORGE. SaccaaaM I nttrtainmcnl Serioss Ace Hell l'cr?asil*. tic. (l'orrespouilcnce ol'I'm Ini I \\ii ) King tie. ?rgilo . Vn . April L's. l'.i(l_> The very enjoyable dramatic mnl niin Htnd euterluimm'iit which ? u? given last week at I'ort I on.iiv for the tx-nelit of Kiiianuel I' I: church wan well at tended nml tpiite u ?ucet-HM in every way The du?ira w?-r?- ommmmi at T p m . ami nup |M-r mnl refreHliinetit? wen- ?errad in uIhiikIuiici- The Indies pn-siiling at the table? wen Misse? Strother. Mrs Alli'H Smith, Mm. II. V Turner and Mr? Il K. (???re. The lirst part of Iheprogrmn con? sist, tl of a little play entitle?!. " Found in a Tour U hwli-r.' aeled by M?hh Mary T. Syke?. Mr ami Mr? ?icorg?- Turner, Jr., ami Mr Philip N?l???n. of \\ iirrvntoii. Thi? w a? folli??ts| by min?lrel?. whii-li, a? the irirl? would ?ay. w?-n- "petteeitiy tine." Thone taking part wi-r?? M?-??rs Nelson, Ariniste.-ul Lewia, Chnrlie Ar iiiilil, ticorge Turner. Jr., und li?-or?_c I'onu ny. ol Newport New?, i rake walk then follipwpil by M?~srs I on way mnl Anaiatead I/?'wi?. thmsorammr?temwei ama girl They also dance?! some clogilnms-s Mr i niiway wiumuM-ry amiiHing coon ?ong. mid Mr ?ieorge 'Turner a aolo, 'Asleep in th<- l>ee|i " The iimtrimiciitnl mimic ?lit? rciuh-r?-?! on the organ by Mr? Ib'itry li Lewie, cerj ?lelightfully ac couipani?'<l by Mi'ssr?. Alexamh-r an?! < ?wen I'c?-<! on their violins. f i 5 state raaMaad, which will g?? toward? pun-ha*? ing a ?-ar|H-t for Kinaiinel cliurh Ainoni; th????- prem-nt from a ?lisluin-e win- Minne? Bra Tyler, of 1'rvderi? ksluirg. Imogen Tuyloc. of U ???tiiiorelmul comily. Mis? I'it.liugh, ol Kentucky. Mi?s liimt. of Washington. Mi?? May T Syke? of Pitt burg, pa . mnl a iuuuIht ol persons from Tori Rojal ami other plats-? Mr Alfred Lewia,a young man n-sid ing witli hi? parea ta <?n liachodoc ens-k, in this county, ?an very nev?-rely injiin-il last wis-k by a tn1?- falling <?u him. which hi? lather wan cutting. It is feared he w ill di<- lit- i? a meinU-r I lie Helle! i row ?'??until J ?> I \ M . ami i? iiimiarritsl. .Mi?? Mary Le? is. of ' Munition,'' went to Washington bmt week t<> \ isii reta till'?. Mr. J. It.>l?t ltuk?r H|s-iit neveral day? last week in Haltimore, pun-haning Hpriug go???!?. I?r If. O Carutln-r? has returned from Kichiiioiul.wlii'iv In- has ban undertreat ment for his eyen \\ e are glail to hear he in soinew lint relie\?-il. Sale of Proper!? Notes Personal, Etc K.ng (?eorge C. II Va., \pril J?th 1909 Mm ? ?eorge Turner, the wife of Major ??eo. Turner of "Walningh.-im" iaviniting friendn in \\ anliinirton. when' nhe will re? main a month or nix wcekn. Minn Lva Tylerof l-'reelcricknliurg, in vinil" ing Miss Minnie Smith at "Atlelliert" in thin county. Mr. Bladen T. Taylta" of ? I'ovv hatan and Mr. QaO. ??gle Taylta' ?if " I'ernenux" who attended the ' ?crinan given at tin Naval Lodge Hall in Wanhington on the ?_'?_' ?lint have returned. W hile in the city, t h.-vwere the gtienin of Mennm Thomnn L and I'. C. S Hunter Mr John I-'. Welcli. han purchaned from Mr U alter W Stiff, 1 he lot of land, formerly own?*d by the late Jamen t,?. Stiff losaSsd at King (?eorge C. II. upon which in l?icat?*tl a large Store Houne, l.lacksinitli and wheel? right nhopn. Mr ??eorge Bii-hernon. the popular reprenentative of the buainea?? houneof K. T. Baker A Co., of l-'re<lerickntuirg. wan in our village on tbe lMth inat. Mr. Rich Ham in on bin trip through.Tidewater. Mr. ? ?eorge Mason, tbe prominent young lawyer of Colonial Beach, was at the Clerk n office the joth inat. kicking into Home important law matters. The entertainment given by the young bullen at I'ort Cou way on the evening of tin* _' 1st wan a decided succe?a In its every feature. There were present over a hundred la-rnona. and a handsome sura wan realized. Daagero?? it Nefletted. Btirnn, cutn and other wounds often fail to heal proi-?rly if n?*gle?-t??<l and In?. come troiililenoine sores. HeWitt'? Witch Hazel Salve pre venta such conse. ??Heneen. K?en where delay has aggra? v?t?*?! the Injury DeWitt'a Witch Hurl Salve effect? a cure. "I had a running acre on my \vn thirty years," ?aye H. C. Ilartly. *? atikectown. ind. "After lining many remiilien. I trie?] HeWitt'? Witch Hazel Salve A few tioxes healed tbe aore." I'uresall ?kin diweasea. CiU-ayield t?? it nt oiic-e. Ite?vare of counterfeits. I? C. Bowman. WESTMORELAND. Farm Notes -Fish-Oyster Law Vialator*. Etc iCorreaponilenct* to Thk Fhkk Lamk.) M.nitrons, Va.. April ?(Ith, 11M?*_>. Much farm work haa la>eii done In the lant ten day?. A large nu m lier of farmer? are through with corn planting, and tbe la ml baa lieeii l*-t ter prepared than usual. l-'armem are tiecoming convin?vd by practical experience that tbe liest culti vation the crops receive is in tbe prepar? ation of the noil There in nui' li complaint at tbe scarcity ot hogs, especially alio?ta. which are al? ways sought by many at this season. An active linh liuaineea ia being rarrietl '. on at many ?if tbe wharvea along the I'otomuc where herriug are furniehed by the trapper? at f-.?O per thounand; nhnd 38c a pair. Rev. Joa. Amian.l'. K of theRappahan ii'.ck district. prea<-hed at AndrewsCbapel M. K Church We?] need ay night The SSnsoa was one of rare excellence. Mrs Minnie Munnen. ot Montgomery county. Mil , ia at Moutrona. and will re? main during the annulier Minn Mary I'uney. of Baltimore, Md., in v ?siting lier sinter. Mrs. A. C. Brownat M < ?utrosa. The hunt ling ahoe man. Mr. K. B Whitchoime, of Frederiekaburg, paaaed through Moutroeayeeterday, on his trip up the country. (apt. J. II Chandler, the oyater in apaesOS of this section has for the last wash made the violators of tbe oyater law nee trouble, and made eeveral ar? rests, as well as force?! others in the ch?tie to leave their cano??? and other boat? and go ashore, eeeking a hiding place in the marsh?*? and woods. - There la muff l'atarrb In Ulla an-1Ion ot tbt century than all other dlaeaae put Uia-ethcr, | and until the laat taw yeara waa auppoaed to I?-tnt-nral.lt-, Kor a great itiaay j>c?n tl... itera i.rc.notiue .-.1 It a ltx-nl ill??*?.. ami p-. M-rltml Imal rvmnlie?. and by eotiatantly fall Inti t>. c urr with local treatment, pruiiiiunr?! It Incurable. Scl?-ui*e haa proren catarrh t.. I Is- n constitutional tllaeaa*. and therefore re I '?utrca constitutional treatment. Haifa ?'? I mrrh ?lire, inauuttvt urcl by K. J Clie-iicy J Oo . Toledo, 'Uclti. Is the only t-onattlutte.nal j cur.- on tlir market. It la taken Internally In it 11<?-- frein lu dr.,pa to? traainionfiil. Hut? i ellm-lly on lha t,le,.,il and uitiroua aorta. ?? of i h--> siciec. Tl.t-t offer on?* huutlml dollar* fur any cm??' It falls ni ture. fct.-ntl for clrcu ' lam in.I tesliiiioiii.cis. .?iltlrmw, r. I. CHVXBT * OO. T??le.l.t. ?>. I Sold bv Iirua-geat, 75c. | Hall's Family Pilleare the beat. YOUR BLOOD IN MAY MUST PRODUCE TRUE VITALITY OR DISEASE. Palne's Celery Compound Expels All Winter Impurities and Poi?aoiis from the Blood and Builds Up the Entire System. AX ASTONISH I NO PROOF OF BLOOD i*LKAXSIX<? AND RKSTOKATION TO COM? PLET! HKALTU True health can only be maintained by Li-eping the body tree #f acid aad slug ginli lilood aud morbid waste matters Tlie blood that is pumped through the heart to all part? ol the body, earrtM nourishment and health, or poison and the ??e?sln of death, ("lose rontinenient in badly ventilated ?fTit-es, store?, und workshop? during th? winter months, ha? lowered the vitality of ten? of thousands. I'oisonsand im? purities have been implanted in the blood; these afrenta ol ?leatb must be expelled if health would be mbintained during the coming summer. The month ol May sbonld lie renova? ting and biiildiug-up time with the vast army ol weak, debilitated, aad broken down men, women and young peoMe. If the work of purifying and vitalising the blood be longer defer led. eruption?*, blotches, sores, ecsema, scrofula, erysipe? las, and other dangers, are eure to be ?our portion. 'aine's Olery rom|?ound meets ?nceess I fully at this season all unlKMslthr rondi | tions ?if the blood. It is the only medi? cine that can guarantee perleet puriflea 1 t ion of t he vital fluid; that can give true nutriment to the nerves and tisanes; that can liento w new Hie, vigor .and ?traagth for the enjoyment of summer ?aid the prosecution of life'? duties. Mr. I.eorge .Shniidt. 10 West Third St. Cincinnati. Ohio briefly and forcibly writes regarding his rese?e from a alow but sure death; be says:? ??Since infancy I have been bothered with impure blood ?and nervousness. I tried almost alf known remedies and went to many physicians, but nothing seemed to do me any good until a drug gi?t recommended l'aine'? Celery Com? pound. 1 used this great medicine, and before I had finished two bottles. I found ?relief, I am now using my sixth bottle and never felt better in my Ule. My ner? vousness is all gone and my akin clearer than ever it was." IliflRinnH llVf?? ''"'or foailM?? and rt?V Kcononiical. We move to the Bradford Building May 1st, and until that date will sell a large stock of strictly all wool MHI Ends and Remnants at 40c i>er yard. WOOLEN MILL STORE Main St., Fredericksbnrg, Va. The Above Cut Represents the Deeding Ideal Binder. Tin* ?lii?*f characteristics of ?ie Deering Harvester Company Machines are theae: They ana The BEST Mael-jliics Tt>at Moqey and grains Qai} B??d. First, Tli.-y ara the STRONGEST machines built; Second, They are the U6HTEST RUMMMB ?achines: built ; Third, th? y Save Bore Brain than any machine built; Fourth, They are the EaaJeai Operated machin-M built. W?* have agents round the world wherever grass and grain grows. Hand y?iiir order either t" F. L. W. Gr.-oii, Fr.dericksburg. Va.; R L Battaile, Hornera, Va ; a T. Parka, Tg?, Va.. Peyton Parker, Index, Va.; B. M. Skinki i A Co., Moss Neck, Va.; N. B. Musaleman, Toluca, Va.