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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
VOL. XX, NO. 106. FREDERICKSBURG, VA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1906. PRICE, 3 CENTS IRON BEDS Showing the greatest line of Iron Beds produced. See our display. See the 3-Piece Iron Bed GREAT LOT OF Imported China Now on sale. Imported and Domestic CARPETS and RUGS Over a thousand yards of TO CLOSE OUT. E. C. NINDE Fredericksburg, Va. OPENING OF THE NEWEST and M ST ATTRACTIVE PLACE IN FREDERICHSBURG ROYAL CLOTHING CO., H. LAPPEN, Prop. 807, Main Street, two doors above Adams Express Co., FredericKsburg, Va. The Hi; ?ost and Mosl Varied Stock in Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Etc. Special inducement? to Orel buyers. Handsome SOU? VENIR FREE with every purchase of si.no and up. Coin?' ?i ml look For yourself and you will be satisfied. Don't Forget the Number, 807 Main Street. Special. Special. A few pieces of summer goods to be sold for less than haif price. We will only offer them for ?i few days. They must be sold. ROCKERS AT 59c. New fall goods are crowdingin on us and we must have the loom. Every one should si'?' our line of Art Squares and Carpets. New goods arriving daily for the fall trade. W. A BELL & BRO. The Fiiriiituri.. china ami Carpet Douse, FYederickebnrj?, V,i. 1 a FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION RICHMOND HORSE SHOW ASSOCIATION, RICHMOND, VA., October 10, II, 12,13,14,1905. NIGHT EXHIBmONS-Special Matinee, Friday, Oc? tober lath. Brilliantly illuminated building. Surpassing nil previous successes. $10,000 IN PRIZES. Entries close Saturday, September 23rd. University of Virginia and Carlisle Indian Football Game, Saturday afternoon. October 14th. HALF RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. For prize lists, reserved seats and general information. address \Y. o. WARTHEN, Asst. Seey. Richmond Horse Show Assn.. P.O. Box *',():,. Richmond, \a. THE PREMIUMS List of Those Who Received Frizes On Their Exhibits At the Fair \ inl.ii.ir- al tlit> fair ? Im !??. ????\.'.l prize* m i In .?m depni i ii Tlinruuglitinil atollioii Pi K ' Thoroughbred I ? rood man' 2ml ?mulil.i.p III : \\ W< :. I.mlii .li.im:lii eiitirv roll und? i 1 year I?-!, lighi ilrauirlil In.? niun- I hi \\ m Peyton. Stand? rd l>n .1 trott? r -tail:..a 1-t. jlli k 1-t .1 I >. .. Stai i i II11?lei I year, lirtM..I nun? . lighl d iiiirIiI t.*mti R L \i horse "i man. I >t ('..nut I1 \ II... p i ? 1 1? \ ml. 11 ? ?,? i. umler I y? u ill? ? \\ . T. !' a ii hi. (Illy initier - ?? Siir. ']>- \i> innPi '_' yean?, laiuh 1-! ami ?ml liein ?. 11 Au ? I : ?nil heifer rail 1*1 ami ?ml (!. Il N? w tun. ? I Ht. It ! lion. In I ? ?.?; Iir.I how 1 venr I -' 2nd. I. Henry Wu Ban I J, Wu I? !-? \\ . r' I1H. Keii P ir* 1-t nnil ?ml, h? v\ I ?i iiml '.'n.i. ?yearn Int. 1 i ?lui, umler I yeai I al n? >i ?lui; 1 hm. m I-- I year 1 ni il \. ,i: ! ?t; II? il Poll >ii? !-' I year 1hi Swit-pHtilkcn: J? I? in-. I, ItniM II < lull.I. m 1-t M. It Row. A I I. II Red : ' - l>ai II. T. Itan I _'ii.l. liai ?I till?! ?ml |H'II l ll foW :- I -A ;?? h III l-i ami ?ml. Pekin dm k* 1-t und . Mrs. Il il . pop i-un?. corn -in!' i umU - I .. ; i ? - All tirade?, J? 1 year 1-t. ?il; (?oldeti Ijuv Wyai fow 1- and I'hickM 1 ?1 Silver l.a.-.' Wyundotte fowl* iiml ? l*t, Single I'.iiiil. Brow n ? ? fow In I>r. rliickn l*t and ?nd, |h'h .if fow In und -1-1. KoHe r.nul. Brow n Ijeghom rhk-k* 1-t und 2nd, pen ol fow I- and ubi? k- 1-t. i i-liicks l-r ami ?nd, |?'ii ol fow 1- und ? hiek* 1-t. White L.-irli.Hii chick* 1-t. pen .?t chick* 1-t. Black Minon-a fow Im 2nd, Homlun 1-t. P? and i'hiekM 1-t?.1..Im I. Bin - Rhode Inland red fov - 1-t. pumpkin* -.1. 11. Rhonie. I'.uif Plymouth R Int, i'hiekM 1-t and 2nd, Rone Comb White l>*ghoru fowl? \>i. chk'k* 1-t and 2nd, \f\i rhk'k* Is?! and ?ii.l?Fred Nussej White IM.v.util Roi k fowl* Ist.chii U 2nd, Rhode I -la ii>l red IowIm 2nd, chick* 1-t and 2nd. pen of chick* 1-t. White Wyandotte fowls andchk-ks 1-t and 2nd, Rouen du? - 1 ?1 George Newton. White Plymouth Rock ehiek* 1-t. pen ol fowl? 1st?(Jen. I?. 1). Wheeler. 1?? pound* ?hipping leaf tobacco?W. C. Hall. Red Poll boll?F. B. Gue*t. UradeM, Jersey cow?E. 0. BrookM. Brown Red game fow I- and chick* 2nd -N. W. Berrey. Black Breasted Red ?ame chk-kH 2nd? Tlinv W. Robinson. White Leghorn fowls and chick* 1st 7, pounds and - poonds butter- Mrs, Rosa Orrock. Slmrt horn t'ull 1 year, Lull calf, cow ?''. years, ? years, 1-t and 2nd, heifer calf.Brown Red Game fowls,chickM and ?M-ii ?.i fow In lst,Black Breasted l!.-.l (Jame fow Is and ? hiik? 1st?Judge R. II. L. Chichester. ."i rarietie* winter apples?C. A. Wallis Polled Angus bull, cow ?'( yean l-r and 2nd, cow ? years, heifer 1 year, heifer calf, herd ol Bve?Benvenue Stock Farm w afers, cider rinegar.Kmh. nightdress, yoke, hanging basket, growing fus Cet SCOTT'S Emulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scott's Emulsion you know what you want; the man knows you ought to have it Don't be surprised, though, if you are offered something else. Wines, cordials, extracts, etc., of cod iver oil are plenti? ful but don't Imagine you are getting cod liver oil when you cake them. Every year for thirty years we've been increasing the sales of Scott's Emulsion. Why? Because it has always been better than any substitute for It Send for free sample SCOTT A BOW NE. Chemist? ?09-413 Peart Street, New York 60c. and $1.00. All druggists . hi?*, gi-railiuiliH, vi L<i huh . ut \ il ?ne* . i' Baniuin. H a. ?.i..-1-i> w m.' ii. r. Burton. Sparkling . ider, fane; hat 01 mum ?I.-, .iiatmi; large i Mr* l: T, Jones. Struwherr.i jelly- MissMarj Dii, I .iiiiilv liai.I soap, cotton tkl.t ? 11-I1?..11 in m united Mr-. .1. II. :* man. i ni i.mi ? in.'. prenerved cliei lies, . Il\. I'liibniidereil picture ii -I?', imeii i i... Iieting, worsted i|uilt, caleiidur, tan. \ blotter, fancj liai Moiled liaililkerctiiefs akeU-h ol !- \li-- \l. 11 \ Tllolii|NNin. .I. ?-I tahlccorer \li- II: Wrighl. broidered lad ?cm' skirt. embroil ottoman cover,. r?chete?! infant's nhotograph bj amateur, bureau mc: Itai:. iibum ?..il,. |M>rtrail ntud) original Mi-- Maim.' Shepherd. Kinhroidered infant'* blanket, bniidenil toilet mats, embroil ?plusher,??!??? Is'tedchildafirhan.crocl ? - cap, ? n?-Ii- t.-'l infant's Is ? ted infant'* shii is. tidy in wor liruideil pillow -liiiiii-, towel rack, holder, ian.y lam is? hade, saniple ? stitch, embroidered faitfj -.rap-bai wlii-k broom holder, in/unfa fancy totiai... |.ii Mrs. A iiifi b.? hand -Mrs. \ (?.Billing Skirl by han.I. *|iecimen darn lieinmiug lit h.i.nl. H|ieciuieii dai ni Mis* l> Wi?diington. ittou or linen, gar i l, n lie teil 111 ? . ilipper in 'I i r? '. bel .iti? in. iitt.iii.ii'.M'li ? III -ilk. . Toclleteil III It t.'IIM. ft, doylie*. -|?iii i.'ii tatting, toilet mal Mi-- Mai ) I.. S ( lot lie* i' ig by hand, rones, wii IM ??!'- ni II. lu?,i i hild's lion 1 table mata, embroil? kuil infant's boots, knn tant m -..k- \l:- u A. Moneare. l'aromel ? nnd.i - Mi? Kram es Bow iidy. walnut candy?! Preserv? I Ml raw bel i :.-. iiearli but Mrs II. Kaufman. Pre? U \ M ly, ?lai t by i -? Mi*H Sill? : ? k i K ??;. 1 III pound* buttel W. A. M.Wlnit - ? ' U'fty x\ in.' i .ml 111,, i- Mi- II ? in-- \i Lind ? ake- Mrs. 11 lee ? ? berry w ine. presen rurraiits, ?lauiHon*, raspberries, cam _:.i|?-.i'.i-|il?'n'ii-..\\'liiirtl.'N.rri ?ni.- corn, Htrn plums, apple butt llv?Mrs. It from grape??Mrs W. Itu '.. . .it-n|i. canned hlackherri H|*i'iineii Kmb. on flannel, animal pail \h- llenn I Iman. ipp - Miss Myrtle Bullock. Dried .P.-: - Mrs K. McObee. Dried P.. kU-ni.? Mrs. B. H. Bulks ?I.m - !??.?-. colon} Itnli |m>iiiuI* honey in secti? .?n. I i louve* wheat bread with vea*t Mr* R. I. Ktone. Kallv l.uim. corn mulfln* -Mi? Judi Shepl ? uke, . iiiuiiili pickles, HUgur candy, niolusse* rand chocolate drops. English walnut caad prenerved tomatoes, apples, grapi HWeetments, ?iluia jelly, crocheted sha' Mr? a I Baggett. Still wine, faucy bureau scarf?Mr Dora II. Reynolds. Pickled fruits, Bmb. cbemiae in cotto m linen?Mrs. B. W. Chancellor. Cucumber catsup, preserved quino and pears, Bmb. handkerchief in cotU ?u-liin-ii?Mr-, W. B. Moneare. Fancy handkerchief bag, Bmb. hea? rest, knit ?of? pillow, knit carpel ru, rag rug, sjieci.n point lace, |?ortru -tuilv from cop.i Mi-- Blitatieth Barbe Work hag by hand, Bmb. oentrepieo Bmb. -hin uai-t in cotton or linen,Bml infant's cloak, Bmb. bureau scarf, jjiriib rase, [tainting ?>n china?Mrs. ciaran? R. Howard. Shirtwaist by machine. Bob. slippen crocheted ladies undershirt, yoke in tat ting?Mrs. W. N. Blake. Centrepiece of white Emb., table seal m Battenburg work?Mies BesaieCbeslej Buttonhole in cloth, tray ?loth. upad men of Houston lace?Mi** Emmie ('oh by. Emb, letters in silk, sample of Bmb. ?peciinen ?if crose-atitch Emb., painting ?m pottery, landscape from nature ii oil, landscape from copy in oil.?Mi? Blizabeth Minor. Bmb. doylies, burean scarf in drawi work, ?I?Alies in drawn work?Mrs. I, M. idler. Emb. pillow -hams?Mis. A. R, How ard. Specimen ol wood earring?0. I?, far t.r. liven rolls?Mrs. H. B, Laos. l'an mils?Mrs. A. T. Kmhiey. Pound cake, angel cake, marble ?ake caramel caki?Mrs. P. L Harris. jelly cake, ginger cake, sliced pickle*, nweet peaches?Mrs, Medora Bowling. Bruit cake, ornamental work by me> cbine, infant's cap, crocheted shoulder cape, paper floaten, chiffon lowers?Mn. .1. II. Pettit. Silver .ake. gold cake,fancy lamp nmt. tray cloth in drawn work, darning baa, specimen ol Battenburg?Mra A. J'. Itowe. Buns?Mise Bannie M?tarty. i . lackers, almond cake, lemon ?ake. hickory nul .ake. chocolat? cake, cocoannt eake.yellow pickles, family *oft soap, perfnmedfancy soap. t<ii!?-t soap. almond candy, preserved pinina, peaches, wlioittlcU'iiii's. Has, blackberries, or anges, canned cherries, peaches, apples, pineapples, darning bag by hasd, knitting i.nji to hold ball by band, infant's skirt and dress by machine, specimen letter marking in cotton or linen, specimen oW lAi?lis'u embroidery, crocheted powder puff, knit Uii-preail. ease! Ran, fan? y pincushion, wax flowers, gn-ateet varie tv of flowers, floral ?lesign for tables. floral desto for church, painting on tapestrj Mn I B. Durrett Bead work?Miss Nannie Dix. Basket ol col (lowers, ?rayon ttody from copy, flower pitra from nature Mrs. .1 I,. 11reell. ?M varieties of green house prant*?F. T. <A Photograph by professional, display of painting??Mm Kate Jenkins. Historical painting, (lower piece from pop) Mi?< I l?rice l?a\ ia Animal [tainting from tinture Josephine M? IiuImih l.iiinl-? ,t|?- fnim i. i|i,\ m w .1 Ift ? ? Mias loiu.i W I>?'?-t.-i Klubroidered |iiii cushion, f,HM\ i outlined pillow sliaiiiM Miasl.izr.ic S|?-<-||||i-|| nf li'Hill t i-llllili ihi.l \ . Ioii|k,i h,,!,|,-i Mi?, \|n,m- i: Uni Specimen ni aiifiii, ?titchemh.oiik Mi- S. .1. ??iiiiin. I ro.-lft.-.l sweater Mr- \ I M, l Cli? he led !a~ ili.-ihii-. kllit -lu raps, watch holder, i ollar und i-i croas -tu, ii. ?hopping l>ag, opera haar, i .i. 111 !-?? ira. ?j. , 1111. 11 ni |i\ i ?i|i\ Mi? I- 111.- Col.-. I lin Ili'li il sllp|.e|-, lilil?, Clurh.-I.-I Intel l?-.|-|,|>ail. iT'Il/i i|1|ilt W. Key Howard Crochetai lamp mit \li - E. J Si Cm heted pura* m -ilk Mi-- \ h Oreen, Crochetai tahle mais. -?ik ,|nili Mi - S'atalie Smil li Knit infant'? -m k Mi*? I i Knit infants -Imi. *\** inieii ??: edging, soin l'Ualiioii M:- \ K ? Knit ?Uppers Misa \ Calico |mitcliwork ?piill Mi- I', Montgomery. FaiK'.v ?|uill - Mi-. Susie I;,: Imitation of Turkish run. bureau - potter) . crayon sttnl.t from i rustic atand for growing Ho wer?, pi in? on lahrii ?Mrs. John M I! Carpel i UK Mi? Lu, > l\ lU Silk rug, lamd real Mi-- Man \' Hicka. ll-mstit. iiiiiLT. Ilelliatit? ? In.-! Mi- Hortense I imby. Patching Mr- S, \ (?rave* Mnii.lkn lii.-f Mr-. Mai in K Batii Table - an Mi- Muttie K irk pat i CANDIDATES' CARDS To the Voters ol th* City ol 1 i burg: I respectfully announce mi - ?late fur tlie office ol City - election H liirli takes pun ? ,, November 7th. I ?oik ?I l! elei i.M, I promise a faithful ..!' the duties ..I il.Hi..-. Reap" tfully. .1. Conwaj ? To il..- \,-:- iffonl an,I K Ueorge. I am a ?-andidntc fur tlie I. iri.iii th.- counties ..i Si.iff,,i,l ami ask J nui \ ni-- il li.m n In, li tak.-s |,la..- 'I ii.? I.i So l! elected, I promise t.. use li ileavora lor the promotniu i il PNtS ni Imth i Mill.' Resjiectfully, It r l. Mt.iMur Tu the Voters of Orange fount v. After much solicitation on the par my friends in all sections ol the com I bervby announce myaell a rum I id lor th.- House ol Del?gate?, i" !?? \,. on at the coming election, Nor, 7th, heartily accept tli>- platform emlorseii tin- Republican convention at I;,,an, and in addition t>< this, promis ed, to Rire my best effort tti tlie uphu Ingot our county and its local inten subject t,. the s lilies i ,f my 11 w ithout regard to party. K, -|?i tfully. .1. I". Lumsilen To The Voters ol >?..,t-> ?vania Conn I hereby annnounce myself a r-nndidi for th.- ?'tin-.' "! I iMinty ' ITerk. ami su.-h. Clerk ol th.- Circuit Court, ol Sp< -ylvania county, at th.- election to held on Tuesday, November 7th. ISM Should you confide this trust tu m... promise a faithful discharge ol th.- .lut ul the office, If elected Mr. E. W. Smith ?rill he i Deputy, an.I gire In- time and attenti to the duties of the office. Verv respectfully, T I. Harris T<? th.- V.it.-rs of Stafford County. 1 hare serrad you its Clerk for a i?-i i. slightly exceeding eighteen yean, such Berries, I have tried my utmost be entirely non-partisan, to treat allrm alias, Bo matter what their politir belief or religious creed, I hare had an experience with tl affairs uf th.' Clerk's Office extent!ii through thirty-six years, and again at you to r.'???!??< t rm tn the position County Ch-rk. ami. as auch, Clerk ol yoi Circuit Court. I, therefore, submit my candidacy t you vepiirt. Whatever you may ase f to do in tli'' premises will !?? accepted I nie without undue rejoicing In the m case,or ?sitboul any cotnplainl in il other. Respectfully C \ BRYAN Stafford C. II.. Va., August l'-'lh, 1WK To the Citizens <>f Stafford, Fredericki burg. Bpoteylvania and Louisa: I have, a.-you know, received the Dem oeratie sommation for the State Senat from your district and respectful!; solicit your support. It Is impossible for tue to make a per aonalcanvaas of the entire district, therefore take this method of saying t< you that if elected t i this position I hoi? to do some practicad good especially along the lines of advocating? 1. The supplementing our present school laws by giving the pa trous of eeel separate school, white or colored,a mon direel control over -am.', which I believi will infuse new life ?i ti, l efficiency into oui school ayatem and remedy many delect* without loaing any of the present benefits ?_'. The supplementing onr present rood laws by giving the immediate usera of thi public road- in .;n h vicinity more direel control ov.-r the maintenance of sana! under a proper general supervision and direction, which I behave u ill bats a lib effect apoo our road syatem: and. :i Along other lines of legislation I !??? to assure you that 1 will be all time guided alone by an honest endeavor t. eerre the best interests of oar state and district. I trust, therefore, thai you will give me your active support between this aad November 7th and will on that daj your vote for me for the position men? tioned. Your- respectfully, Frederick Wilroer Sims. A Splendid Idea. A new idea in a Cough Syrup is a?l vanead in Kennedy'a Laxative Honey and Tai. Besides containing Pine Tar. Honey and other valuable remedies, it is rendered Laxative, s<> that its use insures a prompt and efficient evacuation of the lioWels. It relaxes the llelVollS system. and cures all cough-, colds, PTOUp, ?hooping cough, ate, A red clover i>io soia and the honey I??' is on everj Lottie of the Originial Laxative Cough Syrup ?Kennedy's Laazatlve Honey and Tar. An ideal remedy for children. Mothers praise it. It is liesi for all. Sold by K. N. (Joolrick. KING GEORGE 'email ?utes. 1 ? l '.n", ris? pu iip n m. ii ?. M:- Win II : fluin Klient! i wi i?k 01 two, Mr. E. Il ut "Su Mi- ? of Dr. \ l). I ?i iitli? :-. Barn Nul II] ?1 -? ?m.il. Misse? \la\ und Dai* lo Bauquii.int.i. i a. ii'pted pi ? M ins Meta ll'Mohilll ' ' Mr. B. W. I! RiM'ki .will - ited n situai ion tu ti m t.- fiiunl.N the Mi \ i ' ' ' .. nlay ior II ? lmion.1 to Mr. u Mi - l'illllll Mr. .l'ii M: - Pn ?' m I I und Mr* M..- !' ? w ill spend ' ? .it U uvi KINC CECRCE PERSONALS r. h.. Vu M : i Rev, I \|i ,. Jollen, ..: II mitt? il lli* W lie. Sllllie ? Av.ii-, v. itll II Killl ? -. rve \\ Hi. I Mi - John I ! M h.T .;, Randolph, left Bredci r Jo. \l i B. H M ig hi- father, \l:. .1. T. Miu I'lllllOl 'll.-'l. Mr. M. L HhImoii. ol PiirtHinoiith.wlui has been \ ?siting Mr. returned home. M re. All-ii Smith, accompanied I daughter. Mine RoMiilie Smith, I? Potomac nteamer on Jutu ?_'?"? for Han? nah Mme \, niteiiiv. n here M?m* I; will lie a -r Mr. W S. Bmbrey, ol ?m loading a barge with railroad tie* at An Drove landing on the Pot? i State of ? ?hin. I ity ol T i Count Ii auk .1. < "li.i..-\ make* oaf h thai h> i neiiior partuei of file Hrni ol I'. J, Cheney & Co., doing liii-ine? in the City of Tole? do, 1'iiimi \ nuil Si lid.aml thai said Arm will pay the sum of one hundred dollar* for euch und everj caseof Catarrh that cannot becured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Krank .1. Chen? Sw a n tu before me nml -ni.-? liU'.l in ruv presence, this !>th d.w of Decentar, A. D. Isxii. \. W. HI..: (Seal.) V.tan Public, Hall - Catarrh Cure ?- taken intemally. ami acts directly on IIh> blood und iiiiiciitis Hurfaci s of l !ie.-\ atem. Send for testimonials IA J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, 0. Bold i.\ all DmggiMts. ".V. Take Hall- Family Pill* for constipo linn. la tii" begining woman may have lieen merely a aide issue, bul with most men to-day she Heems to lie the main hu Faith Not Necessary. Von may be just as akeptical and pessimistk? as you plias.-. Kodol will digest what you eat whether you eal or nut. Vim ran put your im?l ia a bowl. pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure on ii and it will digest it tbeeameaait will in your stomach. It can't h.-lp but cure Indigestion and Dyspepsia, It is curing hundreds and thousands?some bod faith and some didn't. Kodol will cure you if medicine can cure you, whether you have faith in it or not. Bold by K. N. tlool rick. A man is inure oft in known by the company he keeps than by the !a\.-- he pays. A Pleasure To All. N.. Pill i- ml positi?.' as DeVi nt'- I.ml" Early Risers. These ius Little Pills are no mild andeffee live thai chilili'iii. ?!? li.ate tallies ami weak |?'ople eiiiuy their cleansing effect, while strong people say i hey are the liest liver pill- -ul.l. Suhl Ii\ K. Y ?e.uliiik. A man has a good business head wls a he knows you can't run your house on business principles. Wards Off Pneumonia. All coughs and pulmonary complaints thai are i arable are i|uk?kly cured bj ? (ne Minute Cough Cure, clear- the phlegm, drawa out inflammation and heals and aootbeathe affected part-, utrengtbeu* the lungs, wards off pneumonia. Harm less and pleasant t?i take. Sold by K. N. Ooolrick, A man always ?lislikes another man who attempts to act as -man as he iloes. For All Kinds of Piles. To draw the Are out of a burn, heal a ?ut without leaving a -car. or tu cure boils, sores, tetter, eraemu and all skin and scalp diseases, ase DeWilt's Witch ?Hacel Salve. A specific for blimi, bleed? ing, itching and protruding piles. Stops the pain instantly and cures permanent Iv. ijel ih?1 genuine. Sohl by K. S. (ioolri'k. Men who would never dream of going up in a Hying machine go Into politics without u shiver. FAUPER lad l'rrvmals. il i lu il,, I. M and .1 \ Y Tin . Sirs il? ? ! iYna I'.ii il Miss /. i M and Mi iry to li, bul il M huid ri the lirai Il I, la'tter off you \ t yeur ?''? |?r , iUl|>oll|..|.'ll nuiiimlly. VN'e al teil T t. .Ii II ' Planters National Bank s.\\ in?;s i?i:i'ai:tmi:nt. : \a. i r > t.. J -I l pi l .- >N|i PBOI lis - aw.DM - Selected Spices I For Pickling ? Large Assortment i Low Prices I M.M.LEWIS Druggist. WH1TNER & SACREY Undertaken nnd RmbaLcv rg No. 719 Main St., Pi ickabrjrg, Va 'Phone W, ?VoroM from Exchange Hot?] aad Wv'steru Un* n office. Telegraph and telephone orders "eccive prompt al tion ')pen liav ftnd night. Tasteless $ Cod Liver Oil ? WITH SfcecfandMalt S rhe Beat Tonic btle jn # D- C. Bowman Druggist. ? JTV* John F. Scott. HARDWARE AM? II ARDWARI BPKC1 M TIBS Main Ht., ote door botow < Mikh. Wttl S? Hro. Kail line of General Hardware. Barb Wire, Hun*, I'intol?, Razor*, Knivee. etc., will he aoM at reduc?'d prices to suit tire times. Money can be ??.veil by pimdiaaiiiK At Hcott'a hardwar?- store. 11! Iir Ci From Headquarters WOOLEN MILL STORE Bradford Building. 250,000 lbs. of Woo wanted. Baltimore prices paid for good Wool. MELVILLE WOOLEN CO. ECONOMY LCONOM I Tliei.uo above words represent our buy lag ami also our selling mottoall tin- time, but usually this aeaaonof the i , |.? ?ees t.. move the v. ..at and broken lots and -i/..- ol (rood*. M .? reel that the room and tbe BEADY ?ASH gotten in the |,lu, e of ?a, h articles more than re riflcee we have to CLOTHING We want you to rail if you need? Iota I - no) take an expert in i lotbbig i.. I. II we are selling doth , i greal tn.'iiiN Dierehanta Im., i* W. nave some ?|.l.-ii.lid bar ? ' Until, SUlTH Ue hand a* old,) aiieli clothing that giras 'loll. SHOES iU of i lie very ah irp advance in sin at ami leattier we are actually aellillg ?111 H-? less t hail the old |.i ;? ????> We liai purchase in I'hil dien s liooii Wear School 81.- We also hare many Itargainsin Ladies' and ?leu*? Shoe?. \V. cu|! your attention to a loi ol Ladies' Waists We propose to discontinue thin line and will sell you a waist at lew. than talterial post, We are preparing for toe heavy fall that w ill ai live BOOB, and. i h. r.-*iiie. we are cleaning up all or broken lots and if prices a ill mow them they will suret* go. BOSTON Variety Store ?".'i'.? Com mere? Street. NEW POTOMAC HERRINGS Now ready. Can gire JOB Blot fish OUR OWN PACK?FULLROE Plan ai-.- better nowthe**erar. Bead us your orders. We abo earn ftcufla. plete assortment of the following: Stone Milk Crocks and.Jars, Syrupy. New Orleans and Poto Bico M ?las Everything in Groceries. Try our Castor Oil Axle Grease Pot four Buggy. Doggett & Scott. 205 Commerce and 1003 Main Streets. PHONE 114 MAGRATH & CHESLEY Wholesale *?rocers* A.M> IUCW.KK.H IN Miners'Supplies, Etc kexwn von Baker's uiglmrade Fertilizers CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED IN SPITE of ?the |.f wheat trocs the ?taring Hinders and MoWBtB have broken all record? tbisaeaaon. ? Mir sale* on th--.?e machines have been ivtnarkable, considerinp, crop rondltiora?, and not one breath ol complaint has bee* heard. . the heel that money und brains .an' build. Brerybody in toocb with predericksbnrg knows t!ie history ol the Husker ami Hhredder buisinesa laat fall. The Deering won the l?chent praise wh.-ie other? failed. Deering CorB Har M?t.i? gavesatisfaction laat yaavr, they are |?-tier now Wben yon cometotowB .all and see ns and let \?^ lall. I OTB Mar - and HuBBera and Shredder*. Thanking the farmers ?,.?- their stroii* support, we ire, N ours tfilv, ( Il \s WALLACB? HI"). RiPA?S! There i? ?c?rcel> any condition of i ill bealtb that is not benellted by the occasional use of a KIPANti Tabule. For sale by druggieta. The Fire cent packet is ei.oujih for an ordl nary oceasiou. 'l'be family bottle, ?0 [ ceuts, coutaina a .supply for a year.