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Devoted to the Aprlcultural. Commercial and *V.anufecturln0 Intereete of FrederlcUeburp end the Tidewater aid Pled?,o,l Co?t-y.
Vol 19 No. 133 FRgnERiOKSBURQ. Va.? Thursday, December 8, 1904._Price? 3 Cents
BE IT EVER SO HUMBLE
There's No Place Like Home.
Everybody's coming home from every wh re. Now you're home again,
HOW ABOUT YOUR CLOTHES
Isn't your wardrobe a little incomplete? If so, we want to remind you that our
Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats
are in and waiting for you. Pretty, swell and durable, wh c h
We Sell at Low Prices.
You are invited to call. Read our Guara tee Card:
OUR GUARANTEE CURD.
Please accept our thank? f??r your past patronage, n? it always
pleas??? us to have you trade here, ami we shall ?1?; everything in ?>ui
jMiwer to plea??* you. BUT WS wisb it distinctly understood tli.it If,
for any rea?ou, you are not ?perfectly *-atisl!e.l with \<>ur purchase, we
ask that you return th?-giKitls tit tint-?' ami get your inouey. \ ? 'I' H
uiouey is always YOl'KS ?iiitil you are perfectly satisli?-?!. We want
you to cousider this store your store ami to feel assured that you take
uo risk in trading here. B. (?oi.hSMlTH \ SON,
Fredericksburg. Ya. Th? < >l?l Reliable Clothiers,
WE CARRY A FULL ASSORTMENT.
Come and make your headquarters at
B. GOLDSMITH & SON
The Old Reliable Clothiers and
Up-to-Date Gent's Furnishers,
Fredericksburg, - - - Virginia.
DON'T SEND AWAY
Suits and Overcoats
For Boys From 5 to 12 Years.
fit Old Prices
Direct From Factory.
Furniture, China, Carpets
E. C. IMINDE
LARGEST STOCK OF
EVER SHOWN HERE.
WALK-OVERS FOB MEN.
Queen Quality ior Women
Try us for shoes and you'll be satisfied.
Brown & Crismond.
?is they tro allowing at
Wallace & Company's
f>r value and sniall price h-we no equal in Frcdericksburfr,
and unless you see them before you buy, it will
be a decided loss for you.
Bplendid Tan Jacket? at 3.50 each.
Fu'1-back Cloaks with strap at 4.00 and 5 00.
Fancy Trimm*d Cloaks in tan at 1 0-> to 5.00.
Children's Cloaks, size 6 to 14 years, at 1.1)8 to 5 00.
Misses' Military Cloaks 10 to 16 years, 3.50 to 6 <M
Misses' Jackets 2.50 to 4..50, size 16 to 18.
SphndidReidy-made Skirts at 125. 1.50, 1.75.
Tailor made Casninerc Skirts at 2.50, 3 00, 3 50.
A few Tail-r-made Suits to close nt half price.
Beautiful Fur Nfc? Scarfa 2 50 to 7 50 each
Black- Satt con Petticoat* at 50c. to 2.50 each.
Lovely Fascinator-i and ?Shawls 25c. to 1.00.
Dress Goods that seil on night at euch little prices us 15c ,
19c., 25c 371c, 60c , ?59c.
By all means see the new stock at
WALLACE & COMPANY'S,
Cor. Main and Commerce St.s.
Our Dress Goods Stock
I-? fitll to oveifi? \v r>? v- itli tl e new eft and moist desbalde fab?
?rica in ihe inof-t j o| iiiul col?-rings, suchas Panama Cloth,
Ziboline, Bread Ckth, Frmeh Mixtures, Flake Suitings,Chev?
iots. Shirtwaist Hlks, Mirrow Velvets. Also a beautiful line
of Silk MedA?oiis. Have you seen those light' sample Coats ?
the nobbwet thiogfl in town. Our line of Ladies', Gent's and
I ?Children's Ul.?'hw*|.T?P complete, both in medium and heavy
| weight, (live us ;i I? ok. We can plcase^you.
/Iff. Vernon Hotel,
?D. 13.. ISTIOiHOIwB, *P:oo;p
Flttcaatly Furnlah-fd Rooms, 50 and To cent* Each Psnos.
Board and Room $1.00 to 11.SO our Day
Ol*?? ALL v|?DT. ?487 I'?v?s?tlvasi? ira ,*. W W?St?lllt.T"i Q (
A Big Sal? Good Wishes For Or.
Dunaway Mr.Jamss Mason Vig?
orous at 93 Other Itsms of Inter
Izahore, \a.. Her ltd, IU04.
I (it- Mason salt? laut wtek was 1 ?rj^.-lj
atteuth-tl Iroin many eountiSB Prieas
were generally considere?! goo.I, Un- ug
gr.vale ul perishable pri ?i?r t ?, hsiag
i.biut live thousmi.1 uiilUrr?.
We were sorry (?> leur ni Dr I' S
I lutsawav'a indisposition. Few Ittderd, n
nui. are dearer to tin? In-art* of our pao
pIS, who tluu' aiel again hsifl
i-heereil ant! slrctigilieiicd bi l.im m tluu
(Hurtsto iniil.1 u|. h ih.? Etsrnal Bock,
May our oiaiiaicuixh.-1 it if las boos be
hale and et joy mail? tu? fil }aaTB to
alias Nannie Ney, who ha* be? n risl!
in?: Mrs. Jim. lrs>a'r, return.-1 tu Mr it
II II ils-y's last .-.un.iaj
Mr. haar Hills, ul Staunton, am! hi?
brother, (Jootlwiii, ol Ki.-hui?>ti<1, sjri vis
itiug their O range an I tlpotsjlvanla
h int? ami enjoying a hunt wi u their
brothers, Tom, Charley /nul I'ra k. Mr
Thomas Mill? will atari oil an i \ teii.lt>?!
Southern trip alter lbs hunt ami possl
lily li.rate in the l.aud ul Fluws*a.
We had the pleiu-urt? ul meeting Mr.
li-.? I'uli'iiiaii. ol Antiiith, at tin- Mason
sale It was pleasant to hear him talk
ol th?' youthful ?rigor o| his lather, James
| Mas .it, BOW in tba ninety-third ?ear ol
| Mr K F Wilholt, a prosperous mer?
chant ami farmer of l< .rliiiurinstrict.wa*
asrsssouM liuent of the Irarer's last
Mi.s Fannle Henry, u! Newport News.
is etpeeted to spend ' hrlstmai. at Hunts
. llia'lH Kest, tile hospitable llolll ? of the
i About thirty Orange an?! Spotsy!
| vanla huntHtu n ??nj iy.ll line np rt, anil
I raptured two I,?tes la?t week .Sinlit Is
the lavorlle time with these huntsmen.
Mr (iruiun. ih - hii-kory spule man, le
i pushisg his work to i-irapletlon. anil
iiti|ies to wind up about l'e<\ 1 "th, and
move to other tielde ol hickory.
Oats are scar re and in demand aboul
here at i'?c p??r bushel (or serou?! grade
Mr. H. F. Tbompeou has so Bun Im
proved (rum bis recent hold-up at tu
SprlDgs bridge as to he at his in I. near
Mr Henry Monrure, not only a good
financier and farmer, hut an a I Mum!
good fellow, bas just returned from a
I oiislnese trip to Fluvanna II- reports
her people smiling and shnbia amid
, plentiful crops, not leant of wbleb are
iitirgood road overseer, CG Urown,
in doing some line work on the !>*d road
! between Izahore and l'ine Top
We bear that theoid bridg at the
Springs will be rspla?*ed hy an ir?n struc?
ture. So mote it l>e
| Hit ?-?? corn shucking some peeping toes
: are housed In new shoes, and n??w and
, then a ruddy cheek peep? through an ail
We hear that t apt. Panlel will soon
enter the railroad business, as it senns
more remunerative than sawing
Messrs. (llagget, o! the Valley, are in
Oranee rounding up the affairs ahout
the tine farm they recently sold. 8
Resolution-* of Resptct
Adopt?*?! by Herea Sunday school in
honorto Mrs. (, .1 Williams, w bo died
Oft. Hih, l'.mi:
Feeling the gr?a* loss the .-?iinday
school han met in the death o( our lie
loved sinter, Mrs ('. J. Williams, and
knowing her im-at desire to dog >od and
the influenri-? sli? wielded over those no
der ber charge and the happiness ?be
contributed by ber rare excellences to all
who knew ber, It 1? hard ?o tin?! words
to express the love and honor we bore
her. The deepest sorrow the heart can
know Is experienced when we an- ( .lied
to part with a much loved (riend.
We, a committee appointed to draft
resolutions of naoeet in honor to our de
parted sister, b?g lleve to submit the
W berras, The Angel has taken (rom us
in the pride and prime of life our beloved
sister, belt resolved?
1st. That we bow in humble submit-)
sion to the will ol our all wise (1 >d, who
doeth all things through his unerring
council and (or good.
Und. That in the death ol ot.r sister
this Sunday echo"I sustains a great loss,
(or she was a great worker, a teacher In
whom was blended many graces, in
unity and perfection, (althfulners, earn
estness. devotednes* and love.
:ird. That we tender our sincere sym
?iathy to our bereaved brother and his
amily, praying that they may be con
soled and romforted bj the p-omisee of
find That (le has but taken her to the
home of the b'i-ssed. vvhere all is peace,
happiness and j?iy forever
4 th. That these resolutions be recorded
in our Sutday school register, and a
copy be sent to I'ro Williams and fam?
ily, and also that these resolut! ?dm of re?
sptct be published in one or more ol the
I. A. Klake.
J It. ('h+rtler*
I?. R. Yin if
, Gsn Mil?? to S?rv? aa Head of Gev
Uen. Nelson A. Miles hat ivi-ypted an
appointment aa ai)j?itant general on the
?tad ol (lov. elect William L Ii.iuglas ol
Ma-asaehusett? Mr. Douglas has re
turned to bi? borne, llrockton, Mass.,
after a stay of two week? at Hot Spring?,
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank .1. Cheney make? oatb that be I?
senior partner of tbe linn o( F. J. Cheney
I lo doing li'inlne***? in the( kj of T??ledo.
County and State aforesaid.aud that ?aid
firm ?rill pay the mini of one hundred
dollars for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot bs cured by the u?e
ol I lall'a Catarrh Cure. Frank .I. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and ?ubucrllied in
my presence, tbi? fiih day 1*1 December,
A. D. IBM
(Seal.) A. W (Jleaaun,
Hall'? Catarrh Cure la taken internally,
and acts directly on the blood and
mueon? surface? of tbe system. -Send for
F. J. Chenney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggist?, T.'ic.
Take Hall's Family Pilla for con?tlpa
Wa are always pleased to ?how our
ware?. Norris, the jeweler, mark?, hi?
goods with a moderato profit.
Driving Out "Blind Tiger?'' The
Late Mr? Oobyna The Ounnsville
High School Personale.
Hiinunville, Va., Ote. I, I'm I.
Carter llynl, eolond, who live? near
? '.?lim' iroHM, tbJs eoonty, wa* arrastod
ami brought lt?f??re .1 unt??-?h Caapiwll
ami Ne W bill laut W('el.,ci,arg?-.| willisell*
ing whiskey ami other intoxit-ant? with?
out licei ??? I'.v rtl \va? coiivit'ieil, but ho
fir th?' tint' Ime not tusa impnaed npoi
hiss Tin re may l.c n-viTi?! ?ffiieiHuml
this will cnoss a doubliogaad trippiing
??( tin* line w lili-l?. ?-ven at tk? iiiiniiiiuiii.
will In? i'.iiiHi'l?Trtlil ? 'I'lie i II: I'iIh ?teem
i|i-t?rmu.e?l to (erret out all ?>f 'he "liliml
?ik??-rn" in lili? Mifii'in
A telegram to M ru. Muhcoc <? .me tan
Doiuifit.g tin? ?leatii ?.( Mrs Mary I'ath
erii.e |i?iI)viik, Iiit M-piiiotlirr, wai re
?flvt-tl lu-re Tuesiay evening Mi?
I? tltyiiH wan liviug with her ????i in law
Mr. .Indina V\i:iiaiiiM. ol Milford. Sue
?'M in her --lut year. Cor eevsral year?
Mr? Dobyn? livetl i?t l'ittiigi- l'ark, near
Dunn?ville, and there ar?- many here who
remember the gray-hm? hnspitality ilia?
I??iih?*?1 at tttat lt..im* liy h??r ami her ex
??client husband, the late l>*vy W. Dob*
y in?, and her charming d am/ h ter?. V?iur
.?orreHpondent well Kaaoibers the
throngs ol young people w ho used to call
there on Sunday afternoon?, and the
music and the delightful conversation?.
US one occasion a g?*ntleman when in
trod need to two ol the lovely ?laughtern
of that household, was so overpowered
by their beauty and grace, that he n
claimed, "The good Lord lise done Hi?
li.'?t." That family ha? Ht-atten??) now.
Some have b?-.-u railed home, and the
rent, ? Wj.t Mrs MiiHi-oe ?iarm-tt, reM.le
Dr C. C Laws, of Baltiraors, ami his
wife, were vieitorn to yourrom Hpoutleut
Sunday laut. Dr Uim i? a brother to
the lies ( urtis L. Laws, o( Baltimore.
I'lie I'.'itriHv ill.? High S.-h?i.il has a ne?
eight tlay wall clock and a lurge dlcti ?it
ary. These very valuable acce?sorie? to
thoHchool were purchase?! by the ?tu
?lent??. 11 in em? iiiraiilng to i?e?' theinter
*?t manifested by both the patron? and
Htuilents The tlay in not far off, we
hope, when it will not Im- necessary to
send our boysand girls off to ?jchoolnave
to put a fewextratouches on and to add
to their repututi in. As the school now
stands, higher English, Latin, French
and mathematics may be taken prepara
tory to entering the junior rourse in col
leg?, or second year ol a State normal.
Mr (?ovan Waring, of Washington, re
?ently visited hi? father, W L. Waring,
?Esq., of Lowery'? Point
Oyster? are ?caree In this Immediate
eteiion, but they are fat and delicious.
Mr. .1 us!in iMrietix and wif.*, of Mt.
Lion, were In Duunsville yesterday.
Mrs. R. W Kubank attended the an?
nual meetim-of the Wotnau's M ?sionary
I nion at Franklin, Via. -Sks report? a
dOightfol meeting. Mrs Kul? ink is sec
retar? of thi? organization.
List of writing? admitted t.? record in
Clerk's office ol Spotaylvania court sime
tbe (-Ytolier term:
J. R. Dickinson et iix to Richard Moss.
deed for 38 acres land. Ja? L I'owell,
commissioner, to Eliza A. l*aue, ?l?i-?l I??r
Dm) ai*re? land. Hiram Darn?s to Henry
Corliin, deed for 11 acres land. J it
Peyton to J. J. Edeuton, d-i-d lor *(7
acres land. Jos. Moore it ux to Henj
Carter, deed for 18 acre?? land. Jo?. II
Wright to H-euj. I'oleglalse, dn-d for ?Hi
acre? land. Jon. Kronk et u\ to Klmer
Johnson, deed for 1', acres land. Rob
ert Drown et ux to V>. L Hlanton, tlie.l
for 207 acres land. C. I. Po*ell et vir
to Peter Tyler, deed for l.'l acre? land.
William? et al? to C. A. Jones, deed lor
?'15 acres land. 0. <>. (?wens to W. Lim
crick, ?leed for loto Mary A. Minor et
al? to Nannie Thornton, deed for 25 acre?
land. A. II. Crlsraoud to T. A Fruzer.
deed lor lot. I. \\. Huf? et ux to Henry
Crump, deed for (il acre? land. Mary. J
Jones to trustee of Ashnry Memorial
Chapel, deed tor 1 acre land. D Jarnette
and Coleman, comm.eeioi.err,to James I'.
?Tornlcy, deed Lir.'lO acres land. K L.
Perrey to Jame? Armstrong, deed for 2
lot?. C. W. Colbert to W. P. Dlackley,
deed for interest in 5 acres land. DeJar
uette et ux to Cobmab William?, deed for
12 acre? land. J. M. Smith to H. W.
Acor?, dtxyj for 100 acre? land. Km ma
(orbin et ?lr to F. N. Weiraer ?tals, deed
for loo acre? land. C. It Coleman et al?
to Win. Temple, deed for 4 i% acres land,
?f. H Joues to Hugh (?ruh ?in, deed for 1
acres land. M I M. I' B. 4 Loan Asso
elation to John P. Cordon, detd for 26
???res land. M. A. Ilolladay et al? to J.
M. Ilolladay, agreement. J. U. Wil
llama to A. M. Ilngman, deed for lOD?
acre? land. K. K. Walker to J. I'. II
Crismond, deed for dower interest. Lee
J. Graves, trustee, etc., to J H. Swift,
Mease deed. Lt-wi? Terrell et ux to
George Watson, deed of partition. Qm
W, ('lark et ux to D W. Common, deed
lor :.-?, aerea land. U 1. Smith to W S
Kmbrey, agreement for sale of tlnrber.
W. F. Stepbens et ux to J. M. Collins,
deed fir 11'?? 10 acres land J M. Smith
to Granville Stanley et ux, deed (or -'<>'-,
?acres land. R J. Moulter to S. M. Pol
lock, agreement. Jos. Moore to S. M
Pollock, agreement J.C. Jenningaet ux
M. J. Ramsey, deed for 220 acres land.
(tattle Jobnaon to A. T. Kmbrey, trus?
tee, deed trust on 28'?. acres land. T. P.
Verby et ux to W. H. Koper, trustee,
deed trust on 280 acre? land. T. P. Ver?
ity et u x to Duff Green, trastee, deed trust
on 210 acres land. Richard Rollin? et
ux to A. W. Kmbrey, trustee, deed trust
on 25 acres land. Eddie Lewis et als to
Lee J. Gravea, trustee, deed trust on 5
acres land. J. S. Faulconer to A T.
Kmbrey, trustee, deed trust un 220 acres
land. James Armstrong to A. W. Km?
brey, trustee, deed trust on 2 lots. Minor
Scott et ux to W. F. Illack'ey, trustee,
deed trust on l?tt acres land. H W.
Acore to J. W. Massey, trustee, deed
?trust on 100 acres land. Wm. Temple
et ux to A. T. Kmbrey, trustee, deed
trust on 44*, acres land. R. II. Wake
man to A.'l. Kmbrey, trustee, deed trust
on land. Uennie Woodward to Lee J.
Graves, trustee, deed truat on land. J.
L. Gordon to W. D. Carter, trustee, deed
trust on land. ?. V. Pates, et ux toJ.
H. Biseoe, trustee, deed trust on land.
Henry Warden ?to J. G. William?, trus?
tee, deed truat on land. IS. W. Coleman
to F. W. Coleman, trustee, deed truat on
land. J. M. Collins to A. T. Kmbrey,
trustee, deed ?rust on land. Welford
H?flin vs. J. E. Armstrong, trustee, deed
trust on land. W. N. Wyeth et nx to W.
F. Clark, trustee, deed trust on land.
James Lewis et ux to Lee J Graves,
trustee, deed trust on land. M. J. and
J. W. Ramey to A. T. Kmbrey, trustee
deed trust on land
The Hunting Season Damage By
Fir? Good Prices for Dogs Notes,
Montrons, i a, !???< ? I, IWW.
Thia asetlon ha-? had its usual Dumber
ol annual v ieitors ai this *? ????in s.?ekliig
plsasuie with iba gssaaddug, H was
said ?a hen thessasun ?p-i.?-i ihat birds
were s.-arc.-r than (or ma ij y.-'ir?.
was aseoaatsd lor hy the wet season;
yet il is eslimated Ihat in the ii'luhbor
hood ?I Montr..sn uvar S thouBaad par
trMssi havs bees killed aad taxht baa
dred rabbits by gstta and I a,.-? Hu rinn
thUsborl s|rt?ll of hunting Mr Wm, M.
Walker sold his famous sst-tsr dog? lor
one bandied dollars*to a geatlsaan <?(
Italtilliore, who CBBBfl BaXrS to bust, aid
bid the use ?il the ?:iii? In tin- tall of
1 Hi) I Mr .lui M (lut I sold a ?USf of
the Maine strain (or 173 esafa while hu? t
i.-ig In the ticld. Montrons is in tie- i id
I2W n-sid.-nis ows 21 dogs, l_'.-ats, *
hogs (?till l?-I ? 32.'! tiens and r.
and 11 tiirk??ys
Mr. H tille Hall ?? f I"-?-!) Point, ?u, N Dtu*
inl (reek, eaSBC near loslsg his large
?i welling and outbuildings. Tin- Iwslllng
rauiiht on lire and b. f ire it could I??- ?<ot
ten uinier control one fourth uf the build?
ing was consumed The residence is lo?
cated on the bank of Nomini I'rt-ek.
within 26 yards ol wafer eaousb to put
out all th?? tires in the State The plan
is thickly settled, and many neighbors
quickly gathered and fought the Mames
Rt-v. Mr. Hick, of tin Baltimore M K
l.'oiifiTence, is here enjoying a hunt Mr
Izock preached at die V. I. church here
Sunday last at 11 a.m. and again at
night. The two sermons were listened
to by large and appreciative audiences
li was a gospel treat, and all went
away from thechurch feeling it was good
to have bSSU there.
Mr. and Mrs. Ovsrtoa, ?? Montana, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Jackson.
Mrs. O.erton is sister of Mrs. .Jackson.
Mrs .1 11 i handler tins returned to
her home at Montrons from a three
weeks' visit to friends and relatives in
St Mary's county, Md P.
KILLED IN FOOTBALL GAME.
G. E. Mitchell, Naval Apprenties,
Rscsivss Fatal Injuries While
Playing on Gridiron
(}. K. Mitchell, 25 years old. a naval
hospital apprentice stationed at the Nur
(oik navyyard. Is dead as the result of
ii juries received in a game of football
played at Portsmouth between a naval
team and a Portsmouth civilian team
The young man is from Springfield,
Mass His mother took his body BOUN
To Bs Warm Fight In Accomac.
There are rsmors of a lively tight for
ihe seat in the Izei/ielatur?? from Accomac
ounty next year. The present [Megate,
John R. Rew, is a eanblate forre election
?nd N R. Weecott and (i Wnlter Mapp
are also candidates.
For Over Sixty Years.
Mrs. Wioslows Stxztliing Syrup
baa been used for over sixty years by
milit?os <>f mothers for tli ?ir children
while teething, with perfect IOi
It .?>><.flies the child, softeus tliegiiiii*.
allay*.-ill puin.?. eure?- wind colic, and
is the best remedy for Diarrhoea.
It will relieve the poor little sulTerer
immediately. Sold by Druggists In
??very part of the world. Twenty
live cents a hottie. He Mire and ??i?k
for "Mrs. Winslow's Booth lug
Syrup," and take no other.
Ther* isn't enough frillinii on fact-? for
women in a love affair.
Should Convinos the Greatest Skep?
tic in Fredericksburg.
Hei-aui-e if.* the evidence of S Fr?-?1
lestimony easily Investigated,
The strongest endorsement ol merit.
The beet of proof, read it.
Kev.OVo. A. Mille?, pastor of the
People's Mission, residing on loth
street, nays: "1 have not the sliglitssl
hssltation in reeonunsii4ing Doan'i
Kidney Pills. Personal experience,
that great teacher, positively proved
to me that ttie remedy can be ?le
peiuled on ?to Stop all ?lull aching in
tin? small of the hack due to either
weak ne?*.* Of over Slotted kidney>.
If my case was tin? only ou in this
vicinity the very fact of it? being
lated might lead me to think that it
was an exception, hut when I know
ol more than one resident of this
city who ha-? rasaon to be thankful
that Doao's Kidney Pills an
Baldly obtained. 1 very enthusiasti?
cally advise tin- use of this rsmady In
all cases of backache or kidney com
plaint. No one need in be ths least
dubious about going to Qootiiek'i
Modem Pharmacy for ?Doan's Kidnej
For Bale by all dealers; price BO cents
per box. Foeter-Milburn Co., buffalo
N Y. sole agents for the I'. 8.
Remember the name, Doan's, and take
S Convincing Proof 5
For hard colds, bronchitis,
isthrnt, and coughs of all
kinds, you cannot lake any?
thing better than Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Ask yout
own doctor if this is not so.
He uses ic. He understands
why it soothes and heals.
?? I i.ail * urrial? eonf* foi w..^ka. Tb#n I
'?"?ic a?. ,?d only out
llVttl? '???? . I m.* "
>in> j h tuai tun. st Joiepn, Mlcb.
V?- We.. #1.9?. J. CATS? CO.,
????m^a^^ for m^2???^V??,
You vvill hasten recovery by tak?
ing or? of A?/ors Pills at bedtime
WOOLEN MILL STORE
Just received a lot of
Come to headquarters
and save money. Sam?
ples sent on request.
JNO. C. MELYILLE
Wallace and Company.
We want you ?<> IM our new st? ck of
Boots, Siioes, Hats, Caps
In our ktaMk you will Qnd Men'? Calf
Hoot.?, Mei.'s Heavy U?N)t8 and Slinei, all
?*<?li 1 leather; Men's Dres? Shue?,allprice?;
l-i.li?'>' Ueavl leather shoe? for winter,
al-xi a?tyliib line of ladikw' Urea? .Shoe?
an?l Slipper?, We make a ?pedalty of
Children'? .vlmol Shoe? and I5<?>s' lioots.
\\ ?? .ne igenta for W I.. Uou?la? Shoe? f??r
iijeu aii'l Drew .-x'l.iy Co. fine Shw? for
W>> have all the new .style? in Men'? and
Boy*.' Hat? and Caps.
Po?t Hat? for men, 50c to $5.
Stiff.$1 to ?:L50.
Men? Golf and Windsor Cape,25 to 50?
Hut? for boy?, 25c to $1.
Boy?' Golf and Windsor Cap?,25 to 50?
Tan O'Shanta? aud Toques for
children, 25c to 50c.
Kx.iuinip our good? and get onr prie?-?.
WALLACE & CO.,
E K WHEELER
I-?IL DIRECTOR i illlUH
? oner Charlotte and I'rlncea? Anne St?.
Phone 02. Frederlckaburg, Va.
Open Nightand Day
r??tograph ?and Telephone Order? raralv*
Dr- H? M. Ecke*?rode,
Main Street. Office over Goolrlok'e
i ROWN AND BRIDGE WORK
11 a Specialty.