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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
FREDERICK8BURG, VA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1907. PBIOB? 8 OEHfl y A Poston schoolboy was tall, ? weak and sickly. His arms were soft and flabby. He didn't have a strong muscle in his entire body. The physician who had attended the family for thirty years prescribed Scott's Emulsion. NOW: To feel that boy's arm you would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmith. ALL DRUGGISTS! 50c. AND $1.00. ?*Strr-T Saving a portion of the returns from your wood ? ? ?" with as. Partli Planters National Banket ?r MB NiOHMOND, VIRGINIA > ' w Cabinet Talking Machine AND Grand Opera Records Is Our Latest Addition The Clearest Talking Machine in the World One Dollar Cash. One Dollar Per Week Our Record Stock Is Complete R. A. Kishpaugh's Stationery._ A. B. Botts ? Co. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Agents Office 818 Commerce Stree! _ Repr?sente sixteen flrst-elass arm paules. Rates low as the lowest, anc* toas*? T>ro-ant.1v ?<1<???twd ???"' n?M Dr. J. Glenroy Harris ha* opened a modern and up-to-date r<^>aqealoffice atapotsTlaala C. 11., -SBamasUstate" ? WE SEND An Autumn Greeting To all our Patrone and Friends, and with it an in? vitation to come and see the bande?me new Footwear we have provided for tin- com? ing seasons. We certainly want to supply the Fall and Winter Footwear ?wants of all our old Patrons, and we trust thai we shall also have the pleasure of [serving many new custo? mers, as this store in here to supplj everybody with Shoes For Comfort and Health. If your feet are tender or hard to lit with shoes by all means give us a trhtl in fit? ting thorn. Wallace & Co. The Shoemen PUBLIC SALE i win ?.il nt pabHc auction <>n Tuesday, Nov. 12,1907, at alricb Virginia, lbs following prop Two hora??, 1 mars, 1 <-??ltPP>ar' and ball old; 28 head of cattle, muni cowa, heuere, euere and spring calves: ? fat bogs,?ltw(.tve wagons, - buggies, Dayton, Bpring wagon, cart. Deering binder, Deering mower, Deering hayraks, Johnson mower, Iron Aga ahorse culti? vator, 20Hvur plowa, loi of one-borss plows and cultivator?, harrows, plow nnssss, wagon harm*?, baggy har? assa, forks, shovels, hoes, ?c, A1 ><>nt 100 bavrras cora, corn fodder trom saas, about 80 tons hay, large risk wheat straw, 1.>t ?,t honsehold and Kitchen (nrnitnre, and numerous other twliejas usually found m a (arm, Sals commences promptly at 0:80 o'clock. .1. K. ALRICH, A ? 1111. o. t. a. Joint H. Ahkli, di J. S. Faulconer, Anctionser. oSDMt ICAKKY THE l.A'KOE.ST AM) atOBT COsf i'LKTK STOCK OF Building Material In Frederlcxsburg. Six building?, not :n eluding sheds, all fall, 1 carry in ?tuck dressed N. C. and Georgia pine, fl'joring. oelllng, partition, casings and l>oards anv length. Also sash, doors, blinda, mould Ings, mantles, columns, brackets, balas? tera and everything (or Interior and exte? rior finish, laths, time, plaster, cement and hair,p'vints,cii8, glass, fire clay, sewer pipe, builders' hardware and saw-mill sup? plies. Prospective buyers and contractor? will do well to examine my stock and GET MY PRECES before buying. Corresponden?) colLritad O. D. FOSTER VATIO?AL BOULEVARD. A SUGGESTION Mr.C. A Biyan Advises Famas of Stafford to Ship Milk to Washington. st(ln mie U.Va.Noi M, 1907. Tu The i'rtv l.uiuv Whilst on my ?\ ?k.V til \\ ;k-hihlt,tull fB" ?.-? tit ,.v, 1 HI luto i ein ?-i -..thiii aith Cap taiu fcleury s'ltf-ugb, the eoudoctur of the traiu upon wiucB I waa travelling Uapt, Pitshugh aeked um ? h> lb? farm eta< t Stall >r ,, mi j km i tu the lu.i tint H r*. A T. II I?. ?ti i i "i ?at??-*- dairy farms and ?nip milk to a??.hiugi m ?? iiir lui in?'rs in I'm. , M ilium dkll 1 ( .11! 1 not ki>' i:iiii ?i eattehs t irj at? \itel t< i-r.ll.li t? lik..11?'" tin- sill tiouehad pi?tforuia beat the Una for ?lowing the milk cane, aud 1 could not t.. ?1 but notice adjacent tolb*?ei tatioas tbainarkt-d improvemenl ul the soil, the ?ame being well n-rivs..il I aesed Mr Pitsbugh 1 1 loveetigate a* to the quao tit.? uf mill ?liipp il 0J til ?t t : .?.II tlllit day Us ret-rued from the ImKni?-.'' r.kr ,1.1 l-forned it?' in round nuaibeis . . wi aid !?? 8U0 u. liions I'ln? mi k bttnge, m :li lu ?eel linn, in tin-1 it. JO ?Beate ?k gallon, and r?'tnrti-. tu un- lar1 er? ni Prise* v* lillam, - ;'..?ii |tH), a-d lu round auuib?re, for the )eartj wurt>i-n da> a about ? i ti h tun i.v il'.? Huit ill,- early t r ?ii? ii ut tHfu pal ??ti ti??- i.'.'nl aouth 1 y iau ;;,o I >*:iur_ -lioui . ; ? - M stahiugtun m ..tu.ut twu boure. Why can't the alee-re, lidward?,' 1' y luv, Hsrrey and utker* around L ehsad take adraatags ul this cuange u - ule, a? well a? many otbeta in Bt.'.fl "?1 ?long the rail way bne belwesj I eJei _ and I'happawameie, aa lb? (armera ul Prin * ?? iliiam ?.!?? doi ?. ' making dalrj f ?r.?,- ?i;,il ?hip? ping tlieir milk and calve?, tu Sa\J :11th mgulth*marked Improvement ol the ?Uli that f ?HOW? Ifc-epeClfully, I A llriuli DE tPNK&i CANNOT BB( l.'UKI? by I cal application?, as the) cannot r?. i li the ?I'lii-.k-?l portion 'if the ear - . lily u a WHY t" , i|r.- ,, and tlilit is by eonatitational remedie*. ?????lillas- ir< rim-.-il by Htl ll.il klll?-?l coll dittos "I the 1.in? mi- l?alas "' the Koeta ehianTubs. When this labs i* Isflsmed sob luiVH a rumbling sound ? 1 Imperfect li? nriiiit and ?u?11 it i* . 1 ti.. |j - la the ri.Hiilr. and onl -- tli" hv tl kiiiiiiiitiiiti ? ..u ha taken out and this tabs rastofed to ita aormal condition, li?t?rii._r will be deetroyed f ?rever; nine itoftrn areeaoeed bj 1 atarrh, which is oothtag bat an lataassd eoa dittos of the macona sur' . MTe will give One Buadrsd Dollars fur .?till-. I tii catarrh) thateaenot be cared by Hull? ? 'istftrrii Curs. Bead for circulars lr-e. K J t beney A t'?i. Toledo. (?. Sold by Drasgtsts, T.'i Take il*l;'s Family i'i lj for eo .Mtij.a tl.in. THE PEOPLE AND THE ROADS Bpotsylvanla Co., Fa., Nos 1 ?*t. To Tli?- Fr?-e Lance. By tiiiniriirikf with the voters of Chan? cellor District, I find that kbsy ar?? solid m? td the importance i;f icod road? They claim that they bars sevsrreesivsd full benefitfrom the monsy which they have puiil fur thai purpose. 1 canse aeruaa one cltlssa who claimed thai ti?' people ?<? Bpotsylvaala knew nothing about high taxatioa, ?mil he In willing tu have Us tai?-? raised if the officers would put thern on the road?said be traveled bal little, but wiiuld like to kavsBoatspleasure while on the road, bur a? It le, it was a burden. I liml It hard to get thS peoole to be? lieve tiuit tbe.V will ever receive lieneHt from thr tnotiev jukiii for the ?H-ttertiieiit of road?, and they have a right to lie ! doubtful. Nvaiiiw they have been look tag for ?ou?e relief irotn thin SOaiCS for thirty year? and are still waiting. I claim that if tbt county will buy the necessary -saeblusry to do the work with, it can lie done to the Fiitlafaction of the p?ople; they concur very readily to thla plan. I fino that some of my neighbor? are jiint tieKhininir to >*e that their property would !*? of more value If the roads are put In opler and with puiilii' sebools uia?le more yroHtahle. ?tranfrer? Heekinjf h?rne? amo?kr us will In? pleaaed with the eoavv&leaess cl tas country. Let u? endeavor to make tb?? very Ix'-t use of everything that we have with the purpose of doing better in the future. Citlxon. WHO USES HYOMEI? The Bsst People In Frsdsrtckiburg, Siy Sooklck's Pharmacy- Guarsnteed rn CstsmSa Troublai. No other rSSSsdy or treatment for catarrh has ever been as popular or many remarkable cure? in Fred eriekabarg at? Hyomsl. The bent people attest its curative vir tuoH, nay fJoolnck'a Pharmacy, who are the local agents The fair way in which Hyoinel was ???Id, to refund the money uiileMs it gave satisfaction, waa the beel proof when it was Introdnwd that it possessed unusualcurative powers, do ol rick't, l'haima<-y took all the risk of the treatment giviuK satisfaction, and left It to tie purchasers to be the judges. Later, when Hyomel was used and r?commended by our well-know 11 physi? cians and bumness men and their wives as a treatment that absolutely cured catarrh, no matter bow eerlous or long standing, the sales rapidly grew and to? day th?re Is no other remedy In Qool risk's Pharmacy stock that baa such a larir- and ataple aale. The first breath of Hyomei's healing air kills all catarrhal poison. Try Hyomel to-day on Uoolrlck's Pharmacy off-r to refund the money if the treatment does net give you satis faction. I,tu-e,tu,th. SPOTSYLVANIA NOTES. Rpotsylvauia Co . Va., Nor 1, 1907. Messrs. L'nest and Charlie Pates, two young farmer? of Spoteylvania, will take possession of their new farms nearKalem church Jan 1, 190?. Mrs. Berr\ Chswnfag, of near the Wil dacassa, who hue been 111 with fever, la much ?letter. She Is being nursedby Miss Nettie Perry, Mr. Elliott Talley, of the Wilderness, will 'save Dec. 25 for Washington, to accept a fine position. ROLL OF HONOR School No. 2. 8hiloh District, King Ueorge Co., for first school mouth, end? ing Oct. 31: Ruth and Carrie Ashton. Martha Berry, Alice Dishman, Etna and Bettle Oreen, Bessie Coakley, Ruby 8pll man, Clara Tricker, Susie Sisson, Viola and Beeaie Weedon, Melvin and John Berry, Erneet Hales, Plercy Rollins, Clyde Spllman. Total enrollment twen ty-nlne, average dally attendance 28.61. Nancys E. Peed, teacher. Beat remedy for mothers to use Is Ken? nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It tastes nearly as good as maple sugar; it eon tains no opiates. Sold by ?V, M. Lewis. HUNT NEAR ORANGE C. H. Mr. W.1IIM? Sanford, M. F. H , and Or. R. Mar vin Harris Thrown, but Neither Hurt. Thaseeoed bmsI i f lbs " Potaahawk Hounds - - . ; datur day, ? t Wtb, ??t ?''' p ? . at b?hi Hi. tl.uuntrj home u( C J, W In In Orange county, it ? as au idea! after noon and Iba ml? r- had a a* ill and et? ching eba?e lor about su mil - in.-. ?, number ? ?( water jump* and atewl f .11\ f. u ?.- that raug? . Irum l t" B ??-1 high. 1 be hou ? i- m. im l ?m ' ? t'i ? if. of VVuodkfj and ir<satawivj oi.-i in!;-,f-in-' an.1 ditcnea at a cii,.p.ng -.- 1 I ? paassd over sveral iarrua an?r Bustl y wound up in froat of tic Sim u.1 reel deuce. There were onlj twofalla on the roo and neit lier of the riders were hurl M Wallace Banford's bons? struck a hgu leaos an.i threw bis rbler beavilj bul h 1 in hi- sa Idle again lea liog th ? run. llr Harri-, w!i 1 wa-11 ou?r as ? , m I ? hip got ill? otti.-r lall. (I ? was riding biehuree st bren p ? 1 do 1 1. : ill, and at the loot >l ti tturea nada a sharp torn 1 deep dites laste? I i?l g ?lag 01 Harm made a dive M it ol 1 - bav k . ?1 ? the ditch, bul he a a? euon np ?.. After the ran lbs 11 1 -. were entert -. ued at a ui .-1 elegn . kel bf i'..I and Mrs W ?\ . Bau ford. i b.ri ling ??' rv '?"> all H tut ird, \l I' II . ?m H j kern; August w . 1st whip, on Bras : . Dr. It M ,rvi Ham-, 2 id ?si? p, on It ?li itoi; II ? l.vne un t'o.i- \. \t -- I. ? rta Black Bird, Ms. Uaybelle Bauke, .1 In? diana, "ii Blau? h; li tl Bbe?k Raleigh 1 , M tul. lart.r us Bex, K II De J arm t v i?n B ??um?, \ Irgintus - f.r.1 on Lewie, Tbue Atktnaon. Jr., mi S uucrlpt, Smith. 1 I Ni i \ Kmperor, Tnoae preseal at Iba brvakfa?! aftei tlie hunt wen- ( 01 and Mr- U ford. Mr. and Mr- Win .- Orvui s, v, ? Mahal and Willie M. Kiigeuia ami Alice V, \ :,k and Betty Woodrlfl, Eugenia llryra**, flay belle Bauke, Kea nan, Elite Haul Mr?. \\ tetar Johns m; It- I. s Rich etteaadB Marvin Harria, Meaara 11. O Uyne, tugue! -v amb?rele, rbo? A t k 1 : : - H.'m 1; H DeJaruotte M ni. 1 .rter, r.i. Il u Bba ? Hmith, Virginios Bhackelford, Oeo M u ?hall, LatimerMaooaaod Willie Urabam. B08M go- .1 rellab ?:ke KODOL PurDyapep?! k K<? I'til. la tas hast rentaJy known todaj for ie-art huru belchiag ?kli ! all ' arising from o disordered digestion lr is paa-aant to taksao I nit irds r- liefpn inpt ly. Sold by M. M Uwk SPOTSYLVANIA NOTES 11. ks1 Btors, Va , Nov 1st, r.">7. Farmers have finished seeding ?heat ami ara shoefciog torn. Ma; y of the saw mills will doss down for th.-? inter, owing to decl?nelo lorn tier ami qUBBtitJ on liai I at ?hipping points ate! lack of cars. This mil make it hard on those who depend on their labor for bread. Ue are ?lad to learn that |)r Oleoroy Harris is doinga fiourisbing buataets in his .lenta! olli' ?? at tie- Conn House. Mr. J. J. I'ulliarn is out again. He was handling a young mule w hen In got tangled in the rope, was dragged and painfully hurt Mrs M. y Pools Is -till sick, attended by Dr. W. A Harris. Mr. J. S. Kent Is the proud father of a lil.e bol . As tas election draws 1,ear c indidates are more frequently *fii. It V Harns la stiff-ring with rheuma? tism and liver trouble. Bev, i< H. Kay is working hard t?i get the new church at Shady Urovs ? >m plated before eonfersoes. vs.- wish hini Meson. W. (?. Hi ks. o. P. Wrigln and Bboadas Prit? hard have tle-ir new dwellings nearly complet 1 1. Borneo. Ri Mm!, is offered on a guaran?-?d plan for the relief of heart burn, tlatul SBSS, sour stomach. Is-lchlng of gas, nau? sea, and all stomach troubles It dig?--ts what you eat. It ? 111 make you hcalthi. Sold by M. M. LsTWia WILDERNESS NOTES Wilderness, Va. Nov 1st. 1907, Mr.lrvlng Kennedy and Mr PeterTalley were visitors to your city last week. Mis? Ida Perry of Bpotsylvaata, wa- a visitor n.'ar the Wildern.??? Mondar. Mr and Mrs. J. Frank Taylor, of New York, have purchased the MeGss farm In Sp itsylvanla. They will take possession IleceralHir 1. Mr Richard Told and his son, Mr. Willie T , of near Drock Road, arete visitors to your city Thursday. Mrs. W. L. Kent, of Hicks' Store, ?? suffering with bereyea Mr Harry McWhirt, who lifts been vis? iting his sister. Mrs. McHarnell. of An? gola, Ind., bas returned home. Mr. Earl Kent and his sisier, Miss K. Fstell", visite I Miss Florence V? h.s'ler. of near Prokentmrg, Sunday. Miss Kstell? Kenneily I? visiting her cousId near Host Oak. Rev. Dr. Taylor, of Petersburg, v preach at Sale m church, Spotsylvanla, second Sunday in Novemlier at 11 a. in. and H p. m. Mr. Irving Kennedy, of near the Wil? derness, was out hunting and killed five o'poesum?, six rabbits and eight squir? rels. Jack Frost. The Postmaster of 0a?cona1?>, M' Daniel A. Hugh, says.'I cannot say too much fur your Kidney A Bleslder. Fills I feel like a new nun." DeW*.tt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are sold by M. M. Lewie. KING GEORGE PERSONALS King George Co., Va., Nov. 1st. Miss Jane Taylor, ol Ans ted, W. Va., who bas.been a guest of the Tayloes, has re? turned. Mr. Thomas Turner, of Richmond, and Rev. J, Wilmer Turner, of Georgia, who have been vUiting their brother, Rev B. T. Turner, bave returned Archdeacon J. Poyntz Tyler, who has been holding miaalon services at St John's P. E. church, is now holding a meeting at Emanuel church, Port Conway. The eermona here were Impressive, fai-reach? ing and eloquent. Mrs. Julian J Mason and ber daugh? ter, Misa Bessie, of Colonial Bosch, who have been visiting Mr. E. W. Mason,haie returned. Mlas Isabella Washington/if Westmore? land, who has been visiting Mrs. T. W. Boggs. has returned. Miss Medora B, Uooe, of Washington, Will leave for Colorado Springs, where she TV-iilaaeJiti tlsi winter with Mr. and Mrs. I II I 1 III ? jfr?. Miaa Sophia Bldgely T?PIVkjrbo at? tended her 8?8ter's.marriage7tBk>'4llli has retorned to Berkeley Spring De Witt's Carbolised Witch ftt?l^'*? Is healing and sootbtog. Goaf, pU**> ?old by M. M. Lewis. 'BIG RAILWAY SHE British Unions Vote to Call Out Every Employe in Kingdom. COMPANIES WQi.T TREAT Bottle For Recognition of the Union May Tic Up tue Service and Para? lyze the Industries of England?100, 000 Men Involved. l.ori'i'.n Not I. - Notwithstanding t:,. po? et ?oik - - " naps m tin' Brttlah rail to be hut lit I ?I have to the trati Hing public and tl >? m< n rompan ? as to com 'i m- ne- I - li bj rli? ? Railws) IS n to ? tie or no ! ipe \. i :t i ivoi sble outi on*, i" .-n loohed r -. at I v.? Richard Bell, M. P., his "ft- ind for nor of the r or!:!- Of the ? ? reao . and In ilew .1? 1er it and tal., n ty since the grievances ol the aten arare first . , ?-?y thai the Il v Undraw from I s While there is a long | rnoag th?-m sh- rter hours . has turned i n a of the un? ion, ami this the railroad compsales, mined n.-t to cob under the rub requirements of the law. cannot tak?? pisca for some weekn In the mean? time ti.- a\ tiiat th? efforts ? Uloyd-OeorgS who, with the in" i ?if his high .' of th?? hoard of trade, has baeg working strenuously to bring about a will be -ful mess of a railway tie up In the i . lorn is di," :.iat? It not only will para lyas the Industries, bat soon will starve out the inhabitants of all the igland, srhei are only a few days' food supplies on han?l. AGAIN UNDER KNIFE John Mitchell Undergoes Operation For Abscess. Lasa?a, ill, Nov. 2 -.lohn MitcheU, Si m th?. National Mlnei station, aadenreal saother operation, and an abet ess forme?) sines hla re? cent operation was rsSBOfSli The ?on ditlon of Mr. Mitchell is a* ? could b'- expected and no serious re? sults ar<- feared. Says We'll Have War With Japan. Joii.t, in, Not. I.?Colonel James Hamilton Lewis, former corporation counsel '.if Cb'cago, predictad war be the I Sited States and Japan at the Bteel Work? club in this city. He declared that international complica? tions were coming as a result of th?. country's Philippine policy and Its at toward Japan. America must either chatiae its pr?s? nt attitude or have a fltTht on Its hands with Japan, he declarad, sad it will be necessary either to grant the rights of citizen? ship to the Japanese who have come hors or else sbaadoa th? present program. Colonel Lewis says that Japan is already preparing to at? tack the Philippine possessions and that Kngland is tl sympathy with the Japanese. Confessed 6layer Gets 19 Years. New York, ?Nov. fc?Joseph Wardell. Convicted of manslaughter in aiding and abetting his wife to commit sui? cide by gas, and who confessed after his trial that he had murdered her, was SSateaced by Jude?- Foster to 10 years In Blag Sing. Judge Foster said; "You have Icen convicted of man? slaughter in the first degree for abett? ing your wife In committing aulclde. As a matter of law that ?rime Is fixed as manslaughter. Whether you did or did not kill her I am not now to con shier. But so vile and so perjured a wr.-tch are you that no punishment upon you can be too severe." Dynamite In Trunk Exploded. P'ttshurir. Nov 2.?A panic among between MB and 300 persons In the Union Station was narrowly averted when a terrific explosion occurred In the baggage room under the waiting room. A quantity of dynamite parked In a checked trunk was set off, pre? sumably by concussion, due to hand? ling the trunk. James Lyons, a bag? gage assorter, and David Chappelle, a porter, w<-rv seriously, but not fa? tally, injured. - Charles Flatch has been arrested. Alleged Embezzler Arrested. Newark. N J.. Nov. 2.?Walter Ray? mond, of Brooklyn, paymaster for the Merlin Construction company, of New York, was arrested here at the request of.the police authorities of Millbury, Maas., where the compauy is engaged In extensive work. The charge agalnat Raymond, according to the police, la the embezzlement of 16000. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Die Kind You Have Always Bought Beara the /W _, S/So-f-j^ Signature of L?toff^GUcJUM IjTbTri?ting We print everything from a book to a visiting card on the power presses of The Free Lance. Bend us yoor orders. The Free Lam?. VERDICT AGAIN?T 1589,000 Awarded ; .'. lo ??jcJ Formrr W.lb^th PrSSl New fi 2,-A ?i | M former prei : h si n ad. in S suit I * r.. 11 ?--1 ? ? ., i :. .ion?"?. ? Hnaai i? r and ? ".il l.m l np -i ator. nas bas court Mr Jones ? < . ' ?'.cul !. Wllllsm K i", i ? Rai Individus lu? sileged !" ?n from the three than 50,000 ai r? t ol coal I southern ohm S pert of the money i.rdii ? ? i Mr, Jot him la payment for the l u and the re t i i eluded his comml Inti : Justice Oof! h ' er Mr. Gould icr Mr. Ou) s its llsble, and bsnded dows only sgalnal Mr Ramsey, it represented the full amount of the suit and the costs and Interest simo 1901 ASSAILS THE SOUTH President of Colored Women's Associa? tion Delivers Furious Invective. Battle Crees Ml< b . Noi I Mrs ? hurt b Terrell, president of the National Association of Colored Wom? en, delivered a furious Invective anlinst the people of the south before the Purity Coagress here. No lervsnt girl li safs In tb ? homes of ths ? bit? | declared, and no mother who considered her daugh icr would alloiv her t.. her, me ? ??t without first requiring rat . Bh< declared thai ?n of the of 'h?- south had plotted to shut out tin- children of the blacks from an education, end that the courts had re? fused to protect colored women. Mrs Terrell wss espoclallj bitter in ln-r nation of the women of th? south, some of whom she q-i BOB? n are rj honor ? of ? nr rl< h tin a will gladly help my raco,M she Said, "bul r.-tus*- to gin- ar, honorable, educated negro respectabls emplo) ment " HALLOWEEN FATALITIES Enraged at Merrymakere, Willett Died of Heart Failure. Tot ; Nu L?Jarvls WII 1 $0, became enrag?'d upon m? that Halloween merry-ask csrrled otr his sragOB, He was seised with heart fullnr?. and suddenly fell o\er unconscloua His ?leath fol lowed Bias st lauaedlatsly. Fired Into Crowd; Killed Boy. Brookville, l'a . Nov J, David Ulsh urged with th.- death nf Oat Ridge, tn-ar hire. Of Newton Reddtnger, 17 years old, during Hal loween celebration Dish Is allegu?! to have 11r rOWd of hoys who ! him. Hiddlngt r's head was blown off. Tube Kills Boy at Halloween Tricks. liai', n. Conn Nov. 2.?Nlne > ? ;.r old Carl ? ppei bj dead here as the result of a dagular accident He was celebrating Halloween and had a tin pip?, with which he was shooting b?ans at Other children. With the pipe In front of him, he suddenly turned and ran Info a brick wall. The blow pipe was driven into his throat, where red an ardry and ths lad bled to death. Sixty Men Fall With Bridge. Manila. Nov 2.?The m w railroad bridge over the I'aslg river noar Fort McKinley collapsed, owing to the breaking of the superstructure, and 10 workmen wire precipitated Into the river. Three Americans and 20 Fill pinos were injured. The damage is es? timated ?.t f loO.OOO. Drowned Himself In a Barrel. Washington. Pa., Nov. 2. ? After stashing his throat with a razor, Thomas Forbes, of Wellsburg, W. Va., plunged headforemost Into a barrel filled w!th warer. where his hody wbh found. No cause Is kno*n for the doed. Train Falla Through Treatle. Rlchfort, Vt., Nov. 2.?In the plunge of an engine and eight cara of a freight train through a 20 foot trestle on the Canadian Pacific railroad at STSStmSB. Quebec, two tralntin n wire killed. Pope'a Nephew Shot. Rome. Nov. 2. ? A nephew of the pope, named Zamp?n, who was at the head of a workshop In Milan, was shot and fatally wounded by a work? man whom he had discharged. NUGGETS OF NEWS Mrs. George Oaborne died at Seattle. Wash., and the attending physicians asalgn the cause of death to bubonic plague. The Isthmian canal commission ha? swarded to the Marlon Steam Shovel company, of Marlon, O., the contract for supplying 12 steam shovels at $13, 180 each, a total of $158.160. Ernest W. Angel?, of Ithaca, Mich., is under srrest at Detroit, charged with having embezzled over |90i)0 from the Ann Arbor railway while acting aa the road's agent at Manls tlque. Paul Morton, formerly a member of President Roosevelt's cabinet an?' now president of the Equitable Life Assursnce Association of New York, called at the White Houae and re? mained with the president for more than an hoar. Far Over Slaty Years. Mrs, Wlnalow's Soothing Syrnp baa been need for over sixty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothe? the child, aoftene the gnms. allays all pains, euree wind colic, ao?jl Is the best remedy for Diarrh?e?-/! It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggist* In every part of the world. Twenty five cents a bottle. Be sore and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrnp." and take no o<h*r Guaranteed ander the Food and Drugs Act. June SOtb, 190?. Serial Number 10W. For Rifles and Pistols Winchester make of cartridges in all calibers from .22 to .50 are accu? rate, sure fire and relia? ble. In forty years of gun making wc hive learned many things about am? munition that no one could learn in any other way. When you buy Winchester make of cartridges you get the benefit of this experience WiNCHtsris RceeATma Asms Co.. NIW HAVEN, CONN. COURT SALE Improved Real Estate V Al' H Court of rip ,1 -v ?1 un . !'.'??, ? reiwl in m- - pending m t In - of I '.?'.-.: the un.l.TMiill'-l -I'? ll il I off- I ' Tuesday, Nov 26th, 1907 j St 12o'ctocl I.it? ly j oivti'il by A. N. l'..iM tra? t- ' ontainh i i? -. ? tivAy thirty. x\w<f acres and Bi In id, arljoii tnds of ?Lacy, It. It. Webb, Ja . W S. Knibl-ey Mil. I ..tie I ?-. : tmcta of land conv??> b.i l;. tu.- \l. w bel 1. r.lOj. Ths? ? about two mil? - it i??n ?>n mi the I'. V. i IV R. i: . .-? ;. . ? ? Orange county line. Inipi nist of cornfoi ? outbuildings p i- :i 11 ry ?I? -u nd hi.11 nicely, opt n land in g.1 Niiihi ii ni timber for farm u Tsrma - I... .1 li Ci.. Bis* October 26th, IH07. In the! of i utility ?if Spotaj li,-ii ..- B ' !? -li.l'hiill nt. I. T. A. li Clerk of i certify that the bond i- ? lir ?1 of the special coinniieeioni>rH U\ I hf decree ren? dered in said cause ou th? - Oetoiier, IU07, baa been ?Inly (iiveti ander my hand hh t ! Court, thia _5tb day of < Ictober, 1907. o291w<*w ' T. A Harris, < l?rk. Oaown au?l Brldpe Work a S|? All Work Oaarantaed. Dr. J. Garnett King. DEMIST. ITj?. '/W, M^w-ftl.. ?'??^?-??JtTsinri? v*1 *3H_WBB_b1-_B AN OLD MELLOW ^jtH AROI INA W_l L .I.I.KO \|ii WHISKEY. ^iu Satisfaction Guaranteed or youl ?JfAjl \ Money Ri-.pundkd. ,v]tmj 4 QUARTS ^JT^AJi PLAIN, M \l I'ACKA? LS V\\jK|Y| ? M ?HI ssC0.65^v\^WV PREPAID^^r= 'ItIm The COUSINS SUPPLY CO. W RICHMOND, VA. If i'UBLIC SALE OF Valuable Timber Land 'of Land : ;, . \ . I I'll ' I. Ilit i-n r .' ts, n i.,i..i- io, : of ?HI Thursday, Nov. 7,1907, - '.--. ?it pu ? ;. i., i. t. r, upon .li.I ill?- Iiilhilii . M-, ?i.'l.VH 11 . m th?. ?lay il pa} menta to Is- .-vi - . - bonds, bearing . . i.- date of the sale, and to ..i trust m- titl?? re. option "f bas Dg tracta of lam? ?a., "f wiii, li u i*. St. ?.h.-UM died seised aad po* l in S'liluh llag-sta itity. :wi?l In n. .1. Owi n- tract, ?-on d and tifty-xix (loti) -, bounded ob ths north by th.. niain road from Payne's - \i harf; <>n the south ,- of \. P. rfDkersOB linson, and on ths n??-t by ? and <in.'Hi. it l?iu?r ? me hui'l h hieb waa conveyed to W. P W. W. Hudson bj . i in til?- Clerk's offtcs of la Deed Book 2h, l has opon it a ratea? ble ImmIv of t imiter, in Potomac Magisterial Pi* county, containing ? it h dw??lling bou?? in, - i 111 ; ? t. -. i n. .u- !_'o, ami adjoin T. Purks and otln-rs. ' of laud containing Isa . .i. re miu.it? .1 near Igo. in King le-oiw county, Va., and having ill dwelling. Brat of Hi" above trait* i?, snssB> 'li.lly tin.li.'i'.i. Alun T. Cmbrey, U. A. Bose, S|sm ??il CommisskHMra In the Clerk's ofhee oi tl?.- fin-nit d?fendante. I, E I.. ?I inter ? '?? :'. ? I court, do that tin- bond required ol the decree r?-n ?I? i?'.i ?m the loth day ?<i ;. 1907, has been iluly given. (??v. n under n ? v 1 ?i 111> I an Clerk of the ; thdayofOctober.1907. _t w t al B. I.. Hunter, Clerk. SEE US ABOUT YOUR TARRED ROOFING. WE SELL ONLY THE RED SEAL BRAND and charge no moro than other brands are selling for. Full line Sheathing Papers Adams' Book Store B. J. MARSHALL ~ The Largest Wholesale Grocer in Frederickshnr? Nearly eTerything ' a rhl In car load lot? and Special Inducements Offered Town and Country Merchants Denier iu L'nw, OssBSMt, Plaster, and In < et STarythlM needed by ths rsrmer, raeri'liflnt or (I of "vVooi sad Graio. R.-ucm >??? *be DsmH arj?' n'p?'v- H ' T! *t.*r.t'. "ini ???-*! ?? tV,. )*?w< ?WSSs?S Force and Lift A^? HAND AND POWER PUMPS. 40|] /g Myers Stay on ^mSt?t!^" Door \-?8Ltng&rA&. WRITE FOR PRICE8 jjohn Cv Willis &Son. AUG. DMNEHL, Mgr. HY. DANNEHL CO., Propre Dannehrs I WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS? | Phone 197, Cor. Princes? Anne and Prutsia St?. CAFE ATTACHED. TASTELESS COD LIVER OIL WITH BEEF AND MALI The Best Tonic TRY A BOTTLE D.C. BOWMAN, DRDOOI0V. IN t henum?; of the O iirnonwiada^^^H Kilti't. Illtll-rfWrk'SOfflCBOfth'*? ''Uli ?otirt ni tb? county of Soota/lrania < m the ?.-.Ui ?lay of October, ilK)7. Bod i-riik Ik-?- ?Dii Arthur Minor, plufntH-., against Ijh- ?. (?raves, administrator of tnriiliiii' iroode, deceased, and the un? known heirs of said Carolin? 9oode, If nii.v ?lie Ii.ih, ami nil creditor of aa-d Car^ .ihn?, tiii.i.l... .?s-t-iiiu^l, defendants. in Faulty. I'h.- object ?if tliia auit isa ge? ral crad It'ir'a bill and to eobieot a tract of land Uiriguii?] being in ill? county of Spot* lylvania, adjoining the lands of John Ami,ton und others and originally part uftli?. K.m ksiVrry trtvt, and tains tract ?if which Cariilini-tloodedttid seised and and wlur-h was cotivsyed \n Miiil Oo<xleby Hugh M. gtanard to t?te |m\ iii.-nt <?f tl>.. plaintiffs' demands, to ?vii K.?!-ri.-k l?-w, #15, aad Arthur M.r, $."iH. And an aflUavit Imm.? I--.-H made ami ttl.il that tbeheka - ..( I'lti'iiliii?. (?i.hIi.., Jany i known, it is onl?-re?l ti here within hit ? atimi hereof, ?mr to proton Am it ?m (urtj Ui.h.iIIm- i-ub D TI"* f f3l 1,..' essdfag iu.Tday. A copv?Tesis? T. A. HARRIS, Ckrk. Frederick W. Gilernan, attorney in? plaintiff?. o2Vw*w Engine and Saw Mu? BAROAINS ?2 (i-H. T Portable Engines. 1H- " ? ?r ? 1 io- " ? ? 2 12- " " ?? 1 I)- '? Plein 1 16- " 1 20- " Vertical Boiler. 1 No. 3 Salent Saw Mill. 1 No. 1 DeLoach " - 1 No. 1 (leiser " 1 No. 0 Prick " * 1 Ponv Bowering " ? 1 Lath Mill and Bolter. 1 Heavy Cutoff Saw. 1 S-li-feixl Bolter and Slat Mfli. Saw Tiihltt?, Saw Mandrils, Saws a/? J Mill Supplie*. FRANK K. TTLEB, H?11 Main St., Fredericksbnrg, Va. Chick Food, Pigeon Food, Triplex Stock Food, Rust Haven Climax Condition ^t%9?__Baaflai Powder, Roup PB and Lice Killer Doggett & Scott The Old Reliable Grocers. 205 Commerce and 1003 MainHts. John F. Scott HARDWARE 15D HARDWARB SFBOIALTIBsl MaJn St., one door b?low Ohas. Wal laee * Bro. Foil line of General Ear?fl Barb Wire, Gans, Pistols, Kasors, Knives, etc., will be sold at redaaod price? to ?alt th? times, Mona? asas be aaved by porahaslng at ?satt h?Mw?r? ?tors? IP I?? WANT reu misC I ?rUI bmMo? ? ta? ot ssr S??j3?^ ?*/*??. old Kwtackr Tariof. n^p^^^* P>r tt<i/?l Vst?s?. Rj? vr-u??/ Baekvaltor W M?k?7^_^^____________ 0M Jsflsrs..n Consl-/ Ksatsaih/S>S-_ Ulsnmors-Ki? WhlsU7-_w ladt?? UtJO Whlsksr. i'h?r.,ss? Sprl?*? WbWk? Ksatack/ Krs W-Uk?-/__ Applt Wood W.J?k* -VrshaJl. K/s WliU??y ? l.Msur, Kfs W?Uk?/_._?. ?iMslssor. By? Wkliisr ?s. j. f. Man, 111 i-'.sssssrss .?.. rtsSsFSskiSsi., x% P. H CPJXuE^^?iSXcO.; ? WHOLBSALK A?D RBTAII? OROCER8 and LIQ?0B DIAL! Oftsrlsu Thoa?s-4 OiOIob? MJBB BTB ?a*S HOIKHON WHISKIES fro? ,*? roB?St?# ?? ^^^MMMMi kn.isrn .ItsUlkrts?, Hrsg? A Co., ?3d Otto. Coaatj Wsttll Iiistlll?>rj, of I'?uns/lT?nl? i'.ian?jr LUsUlUa? Co.. o< sTsablfcy. B???-**? ~.Msr/Und. ?44 W. B. ?rv <* AM*?** 'or Barn?* a B-aSfa "if Baa^^^^^ Th?/ also oMm -artralSaraJ lav Omsas ???? Uf? Sas?. Fat? ?MM??V ?a lasa? ??-i get ?Polk^ffifer'? Uver Pills? ' IrkSsTssUsstJBsad