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Vol 17, No 83 Fredericksburg. Va. Saturday August 9, 1902. Eight Pages. Price, 3 Cents. 1.1 . t V H t\ i:?t,i!,h-h..| 1 .!. I". \VM || \\. Q. A, ??AX and CQ..f Grain, Hay, Mill-Feed and Seed. Reeeiv? rs aa I Sli -,-i ? r- I ' "? North St . Ball lm< G A. ZIRCKtL^CO ,"' hichl" and "? '. ?*! ??.'.:." M i ' M.I P. S >? i m? i.-iiii,?s M. R. Hri i H??i(N. I ? i \t-.i mu,:i? in It C S <:h merho n & GRAIN. HAY ? MILL FEEDS H ....127 CHEAPSIDE, BALTIMORE l;. fereiK .-?- I?\ I I'??i iim r*?" ami M I'. . 'I illl..|-e. Mil.*, Or, I'.ll.l?! If Is' v?t lllllt? ( tlllltllt - t o|;i:r.si'(?M?l.\( l. S? H.li ! II.I?.. HIGHEST PRICES for CHAIN RICHARD J. BIGGS & CO. Commission Merchants, ....... tttd Yellow Pine Wanted ! COWARDS A AStrNOORF, Vellos l' Khlagles. el Bal?sBore, lid l.oLT. A ( ?? . ?'? 1 PA W I.. \ v\ I m 1er Metropolit U ; - i . ? \ I ?'. I' M - P. M. Remodeling Sale (?nrt-r al ?^leaui ?weep8ale besran vesta^rrlav u . tiaot to. morros with increased vigor. We ar?'forcing the ..-Hing with unparalleled bar* v-iiius. in order to make room for the -?arnenters who will shortly begin ext n-nuMleling within oar store. Here are some ot to-morrow's erowd In.. Bl MMIIt PLOTHINQ BACBIPIPBD. si.-, . T^ ' "''' \l. tt ? ?ml?. ?...Hit i??? I" *'.'"ii|.) si". liollll Blu "to . ? .,,,,, . Color ?I.?-.I, tell ?., , ' |, , le, I r" ?"?' XI. ti- i i,.i,?, r-. ? ..rtli *?? t i-o ?| ?)"", Urn*. 1 . - v ", Qtj m., . urtt ?? ? - ?orl?. in. I,, <| J; 1 .? (*l.-.ir,,i,c, ;. r 1 -'? Al.ot.t - , -." f -' \ u I ? >* Men'. ! . orl Ii ii,, i. ? l?t t l< . , ' ' ?hit.- I'll, k r.ftt?. nil -ia,-. hlv vtl ?yc BARG UNS IN ITKMSIIIM.S. sirtkvi II.to. a,.rtli ni. >?? *.-.. tor 1 .. ?,t Hau, ? ? .r ? ti m. lo| \i.i, ? .n,.! ?? iinth'a ??tras i ? ?? ? - ?.V ,i,i..?. lor :'-'' .- ... and ." ?,- i mi- i ? i-.o In? .o, Ii- o?, hlwk, t.m. si ? ?.? Ms f i o ll.it Imite suit? (or s.., t : .... Bat h Ins su?? t..r 91. SI ti.I I min.-II t? to. 1 ?'" -.-I colon? .... :. laen Caillai-., ? (or ?ii I?,.rl.?.i? t.it.l Alpin?. ??? - ..tut. .ill Hull t (irtps. Boston Baking Company Washiogt n I) C ?MAKE Till:? BEST BREAD IN TOWN And tlicv ship to roatoniers who kno* t?f ?is roeril handrv*d* of m?es from U'ii.sliintVit.ii. Tin: iMisi'oN VARIETY BTORE, ? m.rae St., is the ft-.-. lei-icksiiiirg- ?igeiit lor t hi? . .-leiuiiteil bread; thej get it l?v express fresh daily, and lots ?>f Frtdeiticksbuixpeople boj no other bread, ?aid we want von for ;i castomer. SHIP YOUR ^Poultry, Eggs, Butter & aro I. If. W?LLERSTEIN, '.?! 7-'-?I'? Liiiiisi.ina Avenue..Washington. D.C If von ship Multer. Kggrt. l'oultr.v. Lam h. or dites it will pay you lo ?end ih.-tn i.? the establishment thai has the largest trade ami the' l.ej-t eqaipped ht,use for the linn.Hing of huc!i (rood?. All c<iiiH?<riiiiiciii.?oli| mi 11.-1 v oi receipt, aiitl at highest marke! price.. GOLDEN. LOVE ano CO .'>--".? anil '.?'-'s Louisiana Ave., Washington, l?. C. Horn's Rebuilding Sale. Fit Absolutely Guaranteed nom s i $8.50 Ti.iHisiider.,..,,,,,. pria, lora soli to .,.??., nrt, bol h in'l be l.?.|i...?l. i r. t rni in' """",'? 'IT,l,i'" *" I|;,V" ih? "<**** her? in the, ?Ml iinddir. orel.uildiiig. which bewins -,, ?, f,.w _-?_ We ?ill take four tinier toilm- f. .r .. -.,;. . ' t .. ? lllne Cheviots, (?s.si,,,er,.s. ?,,w, :,'.!:', '. TT- ", ""r *"?*** inix.tin's- S15vi,l,,es--f,,r*<.s.1,; r,,,l?,',ll,'l,,,,'f I'1'"'1 ?**-*? "r f"*""'. Ost a s,??ple,^tl...s,.f,-,l,ri,-M. ,?l(| -,,. ?f ,.?? __m ni.if(.,] (km ^^ HORN, &. 637 F SI, WaslMOD, D 0 CONGRESSMAN FITZPATRICK Says Pe-ru-na is a Splendid Ca tarrhal Tonic. !'(inirri.??tiitin T. T. Fltzpatrlck. . v. ntspstriek, ' from Kentucky, a rites from th.. Na? tion..', Hotel, Washington. I?. <'., a- fol* ??At the solicitation of a friend I used y our I'eruna and can cheerfully recom mend vour rented* to anyone suffering with catarrh or w ho needs a good tunic.' ?T. V. IIT/.PATklCK. \ t.i i..??i?. r i ss ?a ;, natural and at*fleien1 tools, it atrnngltmna and tie- BSttrtty "f ?very in rvc in the body. Th*rMBS*h the use of Pe-ru-na the - ov.-rxvork?tl nerves r? .-unie tl.< ir natural strength and the l.l.aai i. - ;. ? ? - to regulate the ti,.? ?? ?rdlag to nature'- lavs, dlaappssr. I'utarrl? ? BSSB All ??lut-os r.f eatarrh, acittcor ehr ronaptly and permanently eared. It is tlir..ii_ii it- op?ration npoa the as, um, ayahna that Pa lU-ns has at .:.h a xx orld-xvlde reputation as a ? lire and rsllablS rrvueily for all phase? of eatarrh WhsTCeeg loeat? i. If you do Bol tlerlvo prompt nnd satla r'Mi!lH from tho uso of P.-runa, xvrlte at on?-?- to Dr. Hartman, pix ?nu- a full statcnu ill of your SBSB anil lie Mill b-? pica jroo hia vnlualile aU Vii-e fl ? Address T>r. Ilartman, Prssideat of Til? llartniiiti s.iniiariuiii, ('..liiinluis, O. MILLIONS FOR NKW JERSEY. Will Hie War Claim For $1.111.Ml. 12 W'iili it- State treason orsrfluwinci N ?i .l.l-e, tt ill tile ll lili the I oui l . I ( luiuiH or it asbtajrton a rrqneal that the I'eiiern I i ?on rum.ni make in. nlion . i.l s I I 1 1 S.'ili 1_?. ivhieli _, the/iinoilllt .?I Interest paid by tbe Btate os the boBda issue I for equippies* and aiding the t (?'.uni-ers dsrins the arar between tin- States, The prlsclpsl ol tbe Nes I.I?. > war debt wn* only $.'1,600.000 In terest on aome broads rao until January, 1901, or aboat I" years altogether ao that by the tints thserar debt uns rriped ...ii the Intereai had aetsaUy Bxeeeded the orgtnal prifidpal bj spwards of |500,000. The |iriuci|.i.l lins hum siii.-e been returned bj the Sstioaal Uo meat. It Needs a Tonic. 'i here see times when yonr l?x?-r seeds B tonic. Doa'i niie pantatiree thai _; i i i ? ? sad wsakes. De Witt's little I'm-lx Riser* expel ill! |?ois.m from the s.vstein ,-inil .-tal ?is lon'n to the liter. \\ Scott ".-".1 lliirh liiiul are, Milton. Ps . asys 1 bars eai I ried DeWitt a l.ittle Early Rlssrs with sae (or -eter.-il tears mitl would not la- xvith out them." Small ami i-asx to take. Para l.f iegetahle. They ne, r-rgripB or dii-trasa I? t H.ivvinan. Snotuxlvaala Hrtlin??s. A li?it ol tvritiniis a.lmittel to record in tin- ?Utah's olli? e oi S|?. ?t sy Iva uia county court siner the July term A. A 1'aulcorier to V. L. Smith, ?leed for land. M K. Bttsydes to Norn,an I.. Mill deed for laitii. ?I s. Dejaras*ts t.? Jaeob Fox, deed for land. I'. II. DaJarastts nn?l wife to Jacob Fox. desd for land. a. T. Lniiirey t?. .lonmli Powell, deed lor inn I. L. (i Mull?!..?, and als to um. T. Beaa l?.y. dec? fur In ml. It. J. Herrinjr ? luira tt ith K. .1. H?rrin|i lieir?. partition of land. W. T. lien-ley and u ile to Ahsal. Waller. (1h(1 for Inmi. I L I'lntlou .-nul wife to Eggte \\ i_ glrswortb, deed for land T. A. Harri-,;i rial w i ft? to U . S. I'lutirry. dsed for land. LbwIs Smith aad xvifc to \ T Kinlirey, and als, ileed for land. R M She.ton ami wife toll. P. Car ta-r. desd lor land It. V. ?.rimes an.I wife to .1. M. Walker deed for land, .1. II Lacy and ais to Willig Itro.-ildus deed for land. I'. C. Alaop to W I'. S-lf. deed for land E. L. < . Fieklenet tirn? W. I?, tarter, trustee, ilee?! trust ?>n land Jos. I'titvell and wile to W I? Carter, trastee, dsed trust os load. M. .1. Lacy and wilo to It I Waller. trustee ileed triiHt ?in land. Charta Kosppra and m to l*>. P.Willia trustee il't'l trust on siindr.t lota. Stopi tho Cosjh and -trorka off the Cold LaxattrS Itrotn?? t.uinine 'l'ahlets eur? a cold in ne ?lay No l Hre, no Pay ' MM --'?"' cent? fwl INCMCSTCR [I ?? "NEW RIVAL? ft ? ? i ..aasiaaii. J FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Give thcs: thorough trial, and you will find them to be as nearly perfect as experience, ingenuity, brains and equipment can make them. They are made with the Winchester patent corrugated head, which has made Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater" Smokeless Powder Shells so popular and satisfactory. Winchester Factory-loaded "New Rival" Shells are thoroughly waterproof, and arc loaded by exact machinery with the standard brands of powder, shot and wadding which makes them uniform and reliable. Shoot Them and You'll Shoot Well NORTHLMliliKI AM). Camp Meeting Note? Marriage Personal ant News ot licnrral Interest. -.'ond, tus- o? fu?. I'm i ! Il.-ntl,--. lie \ a \ul* Y I0O.. Iiiilny hist marked th- hulnahig ?t another ten tints aaasstlag ,ii Munit Uro ve, lin- miles friiin this pi. ciiiiip is siiii.itc.l on the boundary; lint between Sortbumb rlaad aud Riehmom! coanUes aad Is rendit? are??Ible toYan torsfrom Baltimore, v. .i-hiujiton and > x t-arlv iittenl this Ion l.v n ligiona resort for .1 ?ree . i i pleasun and profit. Th* grounds nevei ; a mo re attractive scene thaa tint tl?. thiayear and the wide ?preaaling ..uk? .en tlic gn ii.-.t is B ith ?i Itnst t ?! n pleasant > rova Im? ; i.ill; it- . : i .?t ?i, i . n I'htce ! i- u orshi| . i|,mrti i elder ot the Rappak i let Ins th* meeting lu . . ? i ?. i the local ministers are a?-' in the pr. aching. Id'. I'r. Baa-I BOB, of Richmond, i? ? a groat revival is look* i lor toward the | :.i-i of ;!,. ? Mr. lins,.-1 .tit:. .nul \ii-s Viol? Pallia, m re married on Wednesday \eei Mrs. Cha?. Hogbes aad daughter Lot tie. ol Washiaictoii. are i ii Mr t launiiioii Well? and wile have re turned to their borne in Baltlnt Mis?, ? MnU'l nul Uisie Rice, u t lew week? bars ta tur town. lin- Hoard of Supervisors met hen S ?t unlay mid entered into eoatrai t with t. Jack Booth for the working uf the i toi b term ol i h ne tent?. to It hi. Walker was before Jtsstieei i ieheJbergsr aad B aae oa tlaturda] ap .n theihargii of riolaiing th* **ao ?bas?e'' lui in this district bj aliowiag his cut tie to trcspa-s upon tin j remit?*? ?t| l.ii . is n quired lo p.i.i t" ilaiiissfs and costs diesis tbettrsl warranttsstasd m this part of ta*die irnt ?ii.ti- the authorities acted upon tin no fence" tpi-stioit anil the result of I lie ii.tl.iiii.f in.-lau will tlouh: ? the desired t : lion. ('. Ilardinii Walker ?md Mr Cock i-.-h arc both eonrale-aciag hrom .-i,-kiie?s. Mi?s Josephine I??-Shield, is ?pending sometime in Richmond. The nannies factories m this comity are now rssBiag at faU blast, ?spti isllj the totniito factories. Throsgh petitioB of CoraeBns Weaver | and Other*, ? -olillliissioiiel-. hate I? ell ap pointed to view aad report the advlasv bility of eetablishlng a as* pnblle road in Loll.hurt? district, near Lodge Reeeat rains bare greatly benefited crops in this seertion, eooiiag just in time to sine th.- early corn (Tops. Deafov'g? Cannot be Cured. by I??-.it appBcatloaa ,?? tl,?-> , suitor roach , ,-,i portion of t ii?- car 1'I it-re L on 11 one il n y to cur?" ,1c.-ill,.-s?, nii-t that l. BS t-ollHlit ill iollltl reuit-.lic?. l?.-,.iili-?? lit- nn I n il unie. I condition ot the morona Huios of lite Kll?l.i.ltl.ill I'm..- W il n till? tlll..-i?il. tl.'iiiiftl Jim hat.- a rumbling aouad ot iiuis-r ici t besrtas, and u licit Ii i? t-ntlrcl.v etoard, li.-iifiic.? I? Hi- result, un.I nul.?? the Inflan). liiatlon call I te takelt ..ill Mild till, tulle r? ?tore,I to It? normal condlUoa, bearing will l?- .li-ti-oicd for ever; nina? .???..? .mi of t. n - ? ity Catarrh, which i? aothlr-aT bui .in Inflamad condltloa of tl-r.rnuc<?ii?rarM<*e. vl t- ? ill si?, .?n,. Hundred Dollsra for an? ..,-,-,,( Kcafnc?? traosed l.y iHtairli, that ,!, limit lie Clll-etl It? 11 nil'? Catarrh ' for . in ulur?. free. I .1 i II I? El .1 00 . To!.-.I... I?. Sold In- !>rni.-ir!?t?. ?.*.??. II,? I? t-'.-iiioly I'll!? ?ire Hit- Bast, A New Way To Pup. Sbedng her .hoes into ths saad ami broached the inbje t ol fashions ? An- you." sin- asked hin., "thinkina of adopting th* shirt tvnist thirirteamin'.''' ?Weil, " he replied, a? be yanked her in. 'I wouldn't limit if the sliht tvnist is williegl" lint, then, .he didn't ttiitik si.?- wieild I?? lliisillith rstood. The initsi.*altlins-tor is always a le idiag eilil-B. BadCcughs Neglected eclds iHrays lead to something serious. They run into chronic bron? chitis, pneumonia, asthma, Of consumption. Don't wait. Take Aycr's Cherry Pec? toral and stop your cough. I.I.Pg*. J.tAlEICO., Uaatll, *?. QRCENC COFNTY (jOSSIP. ToTbk Pitas Lax, 1 \ bob oleotorsd Renate Mills 1 I'.y a failinir tree was killed ' ?n I'inwiihli county's hil !h- llieil two miles Iroin I ' lli-k erst ille. Viiotli? rjdog on last Sunday. Waa taken with by-dm pin? -i i a; s.tt Siep'iens. tbe otAiier. waa heard to s.:y I He promptly pat the .! \Vi\h on his tvnyjto church (Sit ill linn) \\ ni. Li- tx if?- and litth ?\ hen tbe rallies cam? upon llie |?et tlu-ii ihe work we-Jon.. i'iie prtitrsctrd meetings hare begun, -?I?ri- g 11 ill li-mls off as nu ml it one hV t .1 .1 W hit.-, n widow's son. \\ ill _.-t them right lor Kingdom eoitae. <in n-xt Susday st Mount Paras Mr Hall will at the pulpit stund tad tin ?tr?eles! is,rierais mmmssd, tod mualc aweU Iroin tha organ '.-the day that's set npurt il arlj confer.m e |.ut on i he . liart. say an aiiNions. _hi.l.len??l heart Will for th? Kingdom make n start. Last Sutitlnv eteiiiii- at i,? limpie l'he i nt? -res i waa -?> lull und free That et. rt parsoa, laetading me, i\ ;i- stn iiulhelieil for e|. rnitee. I'll as?. asBosacs it loog ami lood "I"'in t every member has at ou. I I'll it I no cessation will lie allow?.1 I ill lucked xx itl?tri .ne winding shrmid. The farmers' hearts are glad again, S n.s. the copions, xt. le o me rain \s-iir? ?I th?'in of plenteous grain. \.i.i tbe semillan? ?? o? a famine slain. ; : o-pt-ctiic asa, Still eztaads hia protiarsd haad To nut iliimsel in th?1 land , W In? ivislu-s S fortune to coiuin.-iinl II iinseif and sister lixe ill..in In a palatial mo.lern limn. His morals of the hiirhest tone Vital much of t rra firma ..it i,-. Has many S lover's contest run. Rot nereryet basflxsd upon rii??-fnnii or feature of an.? one lied like to call Mist rea- >!icrinoii. lie has suliserihed to Till. Fill t. 1.1 m i Vin! thereh.v Iio[h-s to have a cliaiice Tu im?! within this broad expaase Some beaaty that will with him daiii-i'. N'oxv I hope yon xtill excuse My modest way of gitiug news; It?- tried to guard ray p*S and q'S, And oeciipv no other's shoe?-. .1 F II. (.??limpie. Ya.. August 4. 1903 His Sltht Threatened. "Whilepicnicking last month my II tear old boy Was poisoned by some wee?! or plant.' says W. II. Dibble, of Sioux tiiy la. "He rubbed the poison off his hain's into his eyes nuil for awhile we were afraid he would lose his sight Finally.! ncii;li I >?>r recoin tuende. 11??-W ills Witch Hsael Salt?-. The first applica? tion hel|asl him ami in a few days lie wa? ns ti .11 usever. For skin diseases, cuts, hunts scalds, u omuls, larMCt hites. I ?e wilt's Witch lla_?.| ?Salve is sure cine llelieics piles at once. 'Vwnrc nl count erfils I? I I'll? lllf.ll. Loud-oun Camp. Meeting. The Loudoiin t'a'iipMeeting A ?so. i.i li ?ii will liejfin its tenth annual eiuainp ineiit August l.'i tu August _o inclusive OS its -rounds, near laeithton. I'r. .1 W. Huffy, the presiding elder, will have charue of religious sert ice?. Bishop Wil Bon will ??reach at 1 1 o'clock a. in. und ? l (?Clock p. in. the first Bista, Tbe place of llishop t'andler. xvlio will be un? avoidably kept away, xt ill lie lilleil by l?r W . Y. Tudor, of l?irhnnind \inon_; other ministers present will hell. V Regeeter olPsIttaocB;C I? Harris, of Ma.rtiiu?burg. an?! .1 P. Stump, of Alsx andria. Itev S I!. Ferguson will pnaeli to the old ????I'liers on Wed ne* I ay All gust -J(l, ? 'Through the nioiillis of June and July our baby was teething and took S running off ?>f tha bowels and sick ne? s of the stomach" says O. P M llollidav. of I leming Ind His bowels xxoulil move from five t?? eight times a day I hail a hot lie of I liain Is-rlain's t ??lie, < bolera and I uarrlua-.i Kcinedy in the bruise and gate him four drops'? a ? .?.-.?ooiiful at water and In? got Is-ltaT at .?nee Sol.l by M. M. I---.is. Hruggist Hoax?"Btoaea is nliun ?kicking about something." Joax- "That s right Fit. years ago he wnariirsiqg his luck ha au? lle couldn't save enough to get married, and now he is ttewoiling his fate lava use it takes all he can -..nils- together to pay alimony. Wliat Can a Woman Do Forj Man? Tn 1 ?mes <?f SufiV?riii-_: amlCritical lllin s? She can Honestly K commend Paine's Celery Compound Ami Braver of Life ati-1 iiBariisher <>! DiaeMO. Worn-m s power for good in the home can Barer be truly esttsaascd. In tima-s otauff. and daagSS, her .liidguieiit nn.l experlaaea un? invaluable; her ?mile-., it orda "I rheer ami comfort help todispd ?zlooni and sadm-ss. The laithfiil. discern iug w ife has u, full knowltslg.- of the value ol I'nine's I'el.ry l (impound a-a liani-lur at dise?as:isa has notod its wonderful - -In? has faith in its virt tiiil reeotniuPiitls it with full confi.l tic- Mr Rudolph II. 11 mit? r of the well B a I Innti-rt orpor.ition. Pbiladelphis Fa.. says:? I l. <-l it is but right that I should ackno s l??(l_e my spprertatios of I'aJne's I'elerx Pomposas. Hal yon saay understand ui.v appris-i.ition. I might say that for ne.-iilt twentyysars 1 have continually red from neuralgia, poor circul?tio'x at night and general nervous weakness fronaorarwors due to daily labors <>f from t welve to eighteen hours upon tin most intricate and exhausting ?>f brain ttork. To retirent night meant the WOTS, ?t headaches nad ia?-k ofslssp. I maims' .o rvlicf from physicians, and my eiiorin iMtS work iipoB my el.a trieal inventioii iiul litigattoaa baa pre ?sated sas taking -t -o liltl.il needed Some time : lagan total.?- l'aine, st'eleiy t'oinpouinl and I soon hit like a i.etv num. All my physical lr.?uliles prai lically NHM I'.line's l .-lei x t'oiiipoiind hits ?lone for ?m- what the in ei I na I pn .?easion cou'il not do, I now work from twelve to HtSBS hours dally in paass ami ? uinfort ainlw ? nrerestful sit ,-p.' Norfolk Has Sp.at WO. 000 la Allem; tint te Suppress Smallpox. \ asasattos wu sprung in Norfolk at i un StJsg of the coinmol) ?-?iiincil when it was shown that $80,3*85.79 hail lieen led in suppressing the smallpox epidemic. It xviis also show ii that there have lieeu JTi? cii-a-s of smallpox since last January and there hate l?vn forty nine deaths. I'he statement was made to the councils .ht the i-iirnatures of the memliers of ;he health I.mini. ThS council appro ?iriatasl $5,000 l?ir a general vni ?nation. l?ut U-fore the money xvas finally appro- I printed it was changed to read for improring thssanitary condition of the ?ity. I In- mayor waa severely criticised on i he floor of the councils for his indisa-reet inter? iews with the n? its papers. Mr. Sontho.-ite declaring that !??? was doing i BS city much hariii. For Over Sixty Y? ara. Al**n. Winslow's Soothing syrup has Is-a-ii used for oter sixty years by millions ,?f mothers for their childreii while t?-cth ing, witli perfect sins-ess. 11 snot ties the child, softens the gums, allays all pains, cures wind colic, ami is the Iteat remedy for Diarrhoea. It w ill relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. 1'weiity live (vnts a bottle, lie sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup." aaid take no other. An investigation of a child's ability in tha matter of identification, conducted in S flerinnii school showed that the girls described a mans clothes wi'.h more or less m curacy but said nothing of his face, while 'he boys just as gener ally des.-ril?ed his face, but could tel nothing of his clothes Kode?. Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the digestaots and digests ail kinds of '(.?.il. It gires Instant re Le fand never fails to cure. It, allows you to eat all the food you want. Tbe ntost sst-sitlsr* ?totnachscao takelt. Ity its use many thousands of dyspeptic? have been cured after everything else failed. It pr.-vcnts fi-rmationuf gason the stom? ach, relieving all distress after eating. Dieting unnecessary. Pfcasanttotake. It can't help but do you good iTriiijaiiiilniililij r f* fri'iir * f" ."Iilragn I**-??.. bou.1* oootxaiaM m Ua?*??>>? 60c aha Pratt's Poultry Yards R. 1. A RHID, Manager, PRATT'S, VA. Breeder Barrel Plymouth Rock, Thom aon'a strain. My yards are headed by | aa fine birds a?s can t? found in tbe Sooth. Tbe B. P. R. la the ideal chicken for profit or fancy. EGGS, $1 Por 13. Prices of Cock*.a-"?? ??r Pnlleta on Ap plication. Cholera Remedy lor aale. Orders filled promptly. 1 Clo?ii Remnants For Men's and Boys' Pants. Silk Pongee in all similes. The coolest fabric f??r summer waists. At the Mill Pri?e. WOOLEN MILL STORE Under Conwsy. Gordon & C.arnett Bank. 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