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of Matting to close out Imp. ? ii China 500 stoves, stove pipe and elbows. 2,000 yarda X 926 Main St. X I want to tell yon of the good things I have in my store that you will need when tl).- cold weather Beta in. I havealar?re ?and stylish line Ladies' 50-inch length Couts, Indies' Jackets, V hildren'a Coat1-. I havethe largest and bt*l ? < ? ?t k all-wool 1 Iresa < ?< oils in my town for 50c. yd. I have anew stock o! Ladii it $1.25 to $5.00. I have the Tlu ?m i ? bt i Dg Corset, the best made fur $1.00. I have all sizes in Men und Boys' Overcoats at reduc tion prices. I have a well afssorted ?stock ol Staple Dry Goods, notions, Underwear, Gloves, Mi a and Boys' rants. Trunks and Valises, &c. I have one price on my ?goods, and that is the lowest price. I give you full value for your money. Annex 202 Commerce Street A. H. WALLACE, Fredericksburg, Va. ,Sharp ? M All good? guaranteed under the Pure Food Law and Drug Act t Do not ?pend your money f0r ?-empoanded or l*et;fi??l ?,?>'?. u lu n ?or the sacra mocvy you can net Uie straight ? yk for the Pure F^xxJ Caarant?< which you ^Hjl OB all our coixI?. it m*.-ans rav tr-y iV- ta, Wo arc wholesale distributer ? er. and guar? antee Batia/u Gi-xts ?hipped in neat plain pa?: lagan I prepaid at prices nannst Write for b;xx-iv aale prices in bulk lota. BeoUstcai fu'.l information mailed on requ<-st. On bat named below, we male? good losses and breakage. (ALL FULL QUARTS) 4qts. Wsatevar (best the world over).%i. 10 (Faee p?l But c4 Ok) ApfJe J?ck. with im otdw WefioMr) El Maize (old , . 2.60 Donald Kenny Malt Whisixey I) 3.25 Blue Ridge (Va Mounts! .4.00 Huron River Rye, extra line (bor. bond? . 3.95 Dr. LeBarron'a Buchu Gin (medicinal)., 3 40 Kelly's Royal Corn (the fin-sti. 3 85 Kell/ Copper Distilled (bottled in bond) 3.20 Kelly's Medicinal Malt I I) 3.90 Miss Tempting < . 4.50 1 gal. 5-year-old Ky. Rye 1 gal. 5-year-old N. C. Corn 1 gal. Holland Gin 1 gal. Extra Fine Sherry 1 gal. Porto Rico Rum 1 gal. Extra Good Port Win? 1 gal. 4-ys?r-o!d Maryland Peach Brandy. %2 85 1 gal. 4-year-old Va. Apple or Peach Brandy 2.85 SPECIAL OFFER. 3 Gallons Old N. C. Corn. 6 00 3 Gallons Old Kentucky Rye.6 00 3 Gallon? Fin? Gin .6.00 3 Ga on* Apolo or Peach Brandy . 6.00 478 Gallon? of cither above. 9.50 All order? west of Mississippi, add M cents additional for each 4 quarts, e.-cej.t Kelly's Cooper Distilled (bottled In bond) on which for orders outside ? u-ollnas, Maryland and District of Columbia, add 60 cents for 4 ciuarts, ?1.05 f:>r 8 quarts and $1.30 for 11 quart? ?'arrylns; charges oa freight orders 1/3 less than above extra charges bra ??-? lassaai aaa DatraWart of MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED -\ TE. MS?" LxxaltoJ Long Diau,* Ft**? 1353 KicUo-i, V?. 8qts. $5.95 4 95 6.25 7.50 765 6.55 7.45 6.30 7.55 8.50 12qts. $ 9.00 7.50 9.00 11.50 11 50 10 00 11.25 9.40 11.50 12.50 PUT UP IN STONE JUGS, SAFELY PACKED IN PLAIN CASE, ALL CHARGES PREPAID ALL CHARGES $2.50 PREPAID ThePliiLG. Kelly Co, Inc. Pine Liquors ? A Wilson Heater - Will Save 40 Per Cent. Of Your Fuel Bill ? ? - The celebrated I Iot-Iilast Down-Draft creates perfect combustion, the gases and fames (40 per cent, of the heating power of wood), ordinarily escapingunburued up *.he chimney in other stoves, are all consumed and turned into heat in the WILSON. The Wilson is the only heater in the world, which actually burns all of the fuel put into it. The WILSON is air-tight, heat can be regulated to any degree, and will hold a fire for ?96 hours. What you save on fuel will pay for a WILSON HEATER in one season. Burus Wood FOR SALE BY GEO. W. HEFLIN. Fredericksburg, Va. S o i i <? \ THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOOD SHOES EVER SHOWN HERE Walk-Overs For Men. Queen Quality For Women. l Try Is For Shoes and You'll Be Satisfied BROWN ? CRISMOND | loss?oaoese eseeooooaeoed UP-TO-DATE LIVERY STABLE. M?nera. W. J. ?lac lie ..nd Georgo Armstrong have formed a copartner? ship mi, ?. .??<>! Jacobs* Armstrong and have bought out the I K \\ I; ? 1er, m I'rimvss Anne Htrevt. We an? prepared to fur m tie? and all hours. Hora* bought or sold oil .????,l..i.?-i.^ti*ttti t^aj lu ??#??* by day or mouth and they will have Desk ?tteutiou. Call OL^tV & ARMSTRONG, FKKDKKH'KKK?RO. VA jiii'-M h'-' ;oRs JACOl WWW? OH XTand. -.-? SIMON HIRSH % BRO,, j W. S. EMBRET amerce St., Frederieksl urg. Va. I [Successorto Euibrey ?ft Berryman.] Dealers Its all kind? of ? Dealer lo EUllroad Croee Tl?a?, Cedar i??r ??"o/\T\rrmJi t Po?-"-?-. Spokes and Hoops. Keeps, \ X jrHLKjU U Lr JS. c/-met*ntly on hand a large supply of h crioss&r? f-?-iJ- i Baled Hay and Mill Feed. Offlee near ? ?Z?rmOm MuBiiyt rkOlroad Depot, Vrederleksnnrg. V, FIVE KILLED IN CRASH I alai Collision en ?altlmsrs ?S. Ohio st Man?ver Station, Md. BsrsOM 0 Injured lu a between local pa> Nos. 1 13 ami 144 on the .. ? " ' '..ail at Han over. Md, 8 Injured ar?. bs lly litirt an Relief trains . 1 :uni injured I to Baltimore ami the latter place ! In hospitals. l ' ; bj a lir. . II had aidstracked While st ami ...kins on pas si a I n g this \t coach No 142 was partmsnl ait i ;? s? a it was ?n :'red. The rj l' irkrr, col red; two ? I :in uni ?enti lite ttuin. MOTHER DROWNED Cl'.iU's. Sled Piu^cjcd Into Creek, Woman Followed. : ec 5.?Mrs. John i : ? 1 ti"ir hero ? of her The rhi?'l. WaDs r the house led atii It plu:.. The water vvift, btlt ? child. ; away by the cur ing man. who ? ' ?? child, aid r ' WE SEND An Autumn Greeting To all our Patron?! and Prienda, and with it an in? vitation to come and see the ihandsoni" n< w Footwear we have provided for the com? ing seasons. We certainly want to supply the Fall and Winter Footwear wants of all (Mir old Patrons. and we trust that we shall also have the pleasure of serring many new custo? mers, as this store ig here to supply everybody with Shoes For Comfort and Health. If your feet are tender or hard to fit with shoes by all means give us a trial in fit? ting thern. Wallace & Co. The Shoemen Southern Railway N. B.?Following schedule figures published se nforniatl-.n. and air n"t guaranteed. Schedule ?fliftlT? BOV. 17th, 1907. Train? leave Washington from New Colon station 7.00 a. n. Pall/?Local tor Warreotoo Dan ?111?, an ! way ?tattoos. 8.0? a. n. Dally?Local for Harrlaonburg, Va. ?.00 a. m. Dally?Ciili?d State? Fast Mall. Flrst-olas? coache? and drawing-room, sleeper to 'oIuui1.uk,?Ja.,und New Orleans. Crinlng car *?r ?Ice 11.(Mi a. m. dolly?Washington and Florida Limited. Through eoathe? and ?leeper to <"o 'uiutila. Savannah and Jacksonville. Dining ar servtae. 4.05 p. m. Week Day?? Local for HarrUonburg mil way station? on Manama? Branch. 4.55 p ni. Dally?Local for Warreutou and l.ariotteavluV I.1.'. |.. m. Dally?New York ?"1 AtUnla Ei [ire?a?Hr?t clae? coacn lo Atlanta. Sleeper to ttl'thta. ?la., Monday?. Wednesday?, Friday?. MiKH-t Route Tourist aloeper, Washington to Han Francisco. S.? p. m. Dally?Sew York and Augusta Ei ere?" Flint class coach and sleeper to Colmo tila. Alken and Auguata. Dlulug car a la carte. 10.I? o. in. Dally?New York and Memphis Limit??! (rla Lynchliurgl?First class coach and ????.plag rar to Ki.uin.ke, Knoivllle, Chatta? nooga, itlrinliigliaifi and M. inphls; sleeper to Mta urleaus. Dining >-ar service ll.00 p. m. Dally?New York and New Orleans liiilt?"! ? All rullini.il train?. club and obnerva '.ii n car? to New (irleuu?; ?lisfptr %-> A?hvllle, Atlanta, Birmingham, New Orleans. Dlnlng-car ??rvlre. Train? leave Richmond for the Sooth a? fol uwii Dally. 7 a. in.. 11.15 a. m., 11.SO p. m., week lay? f p. m., make? connection? at Danville for ?II polatc Sooth. Pullman sleeper. Trains arrive Richmond ?5 55 p. m., 4.10 p. m., and 8.40 p. m. dally, 8.40 a. m. week day?. Through troln? from the South arrive Wash ugton ruft a. m., 8.43 a. m., ?.OS a, m., dally; 2.40 j. in . 8.45 p. in.. I Can p. in., and U.40p. in., dlklly Harrlsontiiirg 12.25 p. m. w??k day? aod 9.20 p. iu. dally. From Cbarlottasvllle. 8.00 a. m. aod v45 p. m. Ticket?, ?leeplng-ear reservation?, and detailed uforniatloo can be hadat ticket offlca, "**. 15th ?t.. 511 Fa. ave and New Cnlon Station. ..tiggay? "hecked through from hotel? and resi? dence?. 0 ib scnl'-? , ? t 11. ACKERT. V. P. aud On Mao. B. H. IIARDWK'K, Pas?. Trame Mgr. W. H. TA ? LOK. ((en. l'a?. Axent. L. ?. BBOWN, (laner-.l Agent. w??Mnw?ot> D. f) 1 CABBY THE LABOERT AND MOHT COU. PLKT? STOCK OF Building Material In Frederloksburg. Six bulldlngi, not in jluUing sheds, all fall. 1 carry in stock dressed N. C. and Georgia pine, flooring, ofeiltng, partition, oaslngs and boards am? length. Also sash, doors, blinda, mould? ings, mantles, columna, brackets, baiss? era and (everything for Interior and exte? rior finish. Laths, lime, plaster, cement and ha,Ir,paints,c'(a, glass, fire day, aewer pipe, be i niera ' hardware and saw-mill sup? plies. Prospective bayera and coutraotora will do well to examine my stock and GET HEY PRICES before baying. Oorreapcndeuoa solicited. O." DT FOSTER a^no?a>JL BOULXTaUW. H. ?. HAVE M Head cf 5uy."i Tiu ; Lcr.g . laland lit Nsw fork, L> I ar Rsflaln coi pan) :nlry hon faiiu. ?il'iic, following an alts? k ol In lig atlon . n Thai Prom tb? ; and bla i on Iftiorj tlcal Mr. Ilavem? Bs sob of th? late Pi i Ha piona i llo was 18, 1847. ?n this city, arher ad grandfather am r regain?; aVfter . publli r u I- !: Havi | er. His | m in the for ? 'ill SB) in ' : t" amount to man] millions of d? liara and hs ?? alder? I ooi ? ta weall Now York IPs uro ri,.I foot i survive l.ini. KING OSCAR SERIOUSLY ILL 8wedish Monarch Appoints Crown Prince Regent. Stockholm Dsc 5.?The he ha? bandsd ovsi the rslaa ol gov ? was formal I reg? at I by the tin? e : ol I.is maj' ; from catarrh 1er and pro! n;:i. Hi . ha.-? de ? ni!y in cons?1?; - -inri the him to iml tak? il. had . '? ' iiil'-r. from which ! slowly, It is hi* custom when r-;n to the Hewn prtocs and it ' ?.at he inti-i. WILL NAME RECEIVERS Couit Takes Charge of Jamestown Exposition Affairs. Norfolk, Vu. Dec. 3 ? In the Ualtsd Mates ?? Wadrili: : to appoint for th? I . ? 11 y. H? announced that the ?ourt, while tak M the affaira of 'ti* u : - from vVedflssday nul tak'.' two days to coasidSf thl names by eouBsel frr re II ly names outside of that list H?- BBid that at laoal ? - raed. Secured Girl From Gypsies. St. i moans of a writ o: rpui ascui i oOBty < ireiiit court. An tonlo "? tod lii^ arlfs, of I>)' ? ? ? iir?.l poss> their 16-year-old daochtsr, Mn a liaii . encamped on the ootsklrts of St. Loots The parent* the dBBghtSf was stolen from . year ago and that since then th? y have traveled thousands of mils? an I ipeflt practically all their money hing for her. Disguised ai gypsies themselves, they Invaded the gypsy ramp and found their daughter The Kjrpslsa refused to surren ! r tfcl girl until of nfronted by an order of the court In the hands of a deputy sheriff. Dropped Dead at Railroad Station. Princeton. N. .i., DSC. O Dr. Jc 3eph Catlin. of Ct:. ^ Md., dropped dead at MoBUBOUth .! "?.??'ion. ?n the ? ania railroad, while on his way from New York to Philadelphia where his wife Is visiting her mother Mrs. Plummer. Dr. Catlin wsb about If years old. He was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania ir, in 1872. More Pay For 8chool Teachers. Buffalo. Dec. 5.?The Buffalo hoard of aldermen has voted that h women teachers In the public school? Ehall receive the same salaries as men In bqobI grada of work. Th? ion Involves an increase of about ItO, 000 in the annual sxpenssa of con ducting the schools. Tl "male" and ' female" teachers on tut pay roll is to be discontinued. Receives $12.000 Damages. Pittsburg, Dec. ."? Alonso Huff, of wife and little son were killed and whose two lltt?e daughters were seriously Injured In a wreck at Kellys station on August ? last, bas settled with the railroad company for $12.000 damages. Mrs Huff, accompanied by her son and twi daughters, was a passenger on the ill fated train when the wreck occurred Suicide With Safety Pin. Plttsburg, Dec. 5?After living In the county home here three years, a helpless cripple, due to a broken hack sustained ir a mine accldeut, John Leskzletch haslened slowly approach ing death by opening a vein in his leg with a safety pin. Vagnrtt Airship Landed. Belfast, Ireland. Dec. 5.?A despatch has Just been received here saying that an airship, believed to be La Patrie, which broke loose In France, descended on a farm in the neighborhood of BallyeaJlagb, a little town in County Down. _ . ?? VALENTINE ?ANNEHL, Sneeessor to Dannehl <fc Desbato, Practical Machinist Opp. P. F. * P. Depot, Phons W7 Frederlekabnnt, Va REPAIR WORK A ?PBOIALTY. Sstimetes ? Mulshed on ?vonstruetlon. CZAR GREETS TAFT emperor Sends Greetings to President Roosevelt. REVIEW CRACK REGIMENT ?Problems Confronting the American Covernment and Military T?pica Theme of Long Discussion at Taarekoe-Selo. 81 r Taft wa (iiTiir Mein?; ? itlmenta : ird for the United ? Mr. Tsfl to greei Inga i.> Pi reit. ?? hours in i on) ? ror ssd es j'.,- i lbs bonor ol s I. ng sad Intt ling the sito stloa in the Unit? sad las problem >ii i onfrontlng tbs i goYi rniii' nt. I -vcti |y from si i i rmn taking , i>:irt In Bay i f th? offl. lai ce ? Mr Taft did : 1er. H I, bowi v.T, tn ? i df the family a I by hi i him ? ?' ned Mr slag bla lourncy over the I an rail ? betweea th? ml. Ill,??Il nn,: ? . ? - rivera lugurate the trans : showed ; i in th?' problems which tu ?"live ' ? oareralag I i red al? so in :? Banner to th?-. i govern ? Ii? Qg] fever. ,if s,.< rstary Tsft'a i??irty, was i?r had r?. '?-.l in tin rid ? l "! ? u draws up. i : ? rnr and walked ' nt and ; "on. Wien thl? fX . | lag par and his ? at the rlsht ol 'al Bd " Minister Imperial Ho Mrs. Tail le irai l of Iks Bad ?le in trip - arn with t !ary on ? ;ant. MRS. TAFT VERY LOW Death of Secretary of War'? Mother Momentarily Expected. Won Dsi ?"?? Mrs Louisa M. Taft, mother of ' retary of war, who ha? lu en ill at her home In MMbury, |? very low. and It I* not expected that she will live through the .lay. The entire family with tbi sry Taft is at li? lt wa- i\ It would be In ary. a? . : hardly r.n< h the i sitad l< ath in any event ange Is the condition of Mrs. Taft. B Dronsckms for a week Dentist Choose? Bride By Teeth. Austin, ill. De? S it Charles A ;i dentist <-f this place, was In love with nun cf the Moore twins, pretty CkicagO girls, hot he couldn't tell which "ti" H?' co'il'ln't tell them tbsr. Inducing t!i"in to have their teeth attended to, he picked out tue one he liked best and marked her molars. Thereafter he wa? never In doubt, and the wedding took place. He selected Miss Ellen. Democrats Support Williams, .npton. Dec 5. Uy a vote of 124 to 4, the House Democratic caucus toted down the proposition of represen? tative Jones, of Virginia, to take the designation of minority members of the committees out of the hands of mi? nority leader Williams and by the same vote adopted a resolution affirmatively placing the DOWST In Mr. Williams' hands. Use* His Auto to Saw Up Cord Wood. Canaan, Conn. Dee., 5.?Farmer George Sweet, who live? near here. has found a use for his automobile during the wind r. He has backed It up to his woodhouse, and is running a small etrevaw saw with It. Sw.'Ct has found the auto engine so strong he can cut all the cord wood In the neighborhood with It at less cost than the farmers can i St it thetnsolve* WH1TNER & SACREY Undertaken and Embalmers No. 719 Main St., Freder. ickaburg, Va 'Phone 9 ?Veros* from Exchange Hotel and next to Western Union office. Telegraph and telephone order* receive prompt atten? tion Open day and night. I LANDitETH'S GARDEN SEEDS FRESH 8TOCK, LARGE ASSORTMENT, LOW PRICES. Bpeclal Price? to Market Gardners and Merchants. M.M.Lewis,i DB?0OI8T - - KNOX FOR PRESIDENT His Boom Launched By Penna. Congressional Delegation. GREETED WITH APPLAUSE tenator Declares His Candida-y For Presidential Nctniiution Must Rest Upon His Public Record and Wishes of Republicans. Dgtnn, Dec. '? The boon ?if ? Phllaad r C Knoj "i Pshb> s] Ivanla, fur (!.<? pi id? a? : malls lauBl bsd al .1 D ?table hainiuel . itj wh? i; the Pennsylvania Kepublicaa congressional iiclugatlon 11 ? iv on record in sror ?,f til? ' nst m as Senator P'nllanci'er C. Knox. r. Th?: l'i nnsvlvanla Mr Knoi'a .?lthusl ;. b) lui colleagnss in oos> of I'ittsburg. was th? his r?> ? ST, and pointed out how Inri mately bs ?as Identlfl 1 with and ro apoBsible fo: many <>f bava aidsd in ? II ootsble. II" a I? w. i lit. n hy the comm? niin? Mr tor th.- part bs playsd In the 11 nt of the aatl l At the conclusion of Mr. Burke'i itlve .lohn DalssH, org district, 1...1 Is ? bb> ptsd as the D which was arrl? d mor Stuart and Lieutenant r Murphy followed ? itb as> ? BS had 11 state of the ! aan ? proper rst op ? tlofl of Bseator R tot Knot r of his receptloB ylvanlsna in n to nrga bla nomination rery lls ition that the ? '?:.l aiid th. of the of Pennsylvania . ? applauded. R"pi- 1 Hampton M> p\ tsr, and ;t of I ?h .m m. Bbsra of the delegation wars present Among Governor Ed? win B, Stuart, Usuteaanl Qoreraor R S. Murphy, Senators Knot and P John Q a. Lelshmsn, Ami ri ? lor to Turkey; Assistant ? <".. n. r:.l Purdy, former As Qi neral James M ad ii I' Habgo? d, pi? tldenl ??? Lesgua of lubs. Toaatmaster Moore told ". Pennsylvania's tlaims upon th" coming presidential nomi? nation and of the man put forward as andldate. Snow Sweeper Killed By Train. Altooaa, Pa . Dsi 6. la sight of hhli a bundrsd pi bled at 'he railroad :i. An? gelo Baruso, while engaged In ing snow from the tracks, was struck by the locomotive of an in?-oniing pas? senger train and hurled 3') feet In the air. The body fell In front of the en Kino ami was pushed and rolled ahead pilot until the train was stop? ped Raruso was tsstaotly killed. Con? fused hy the whistling of the rushing locomotive, he ran from a place of safety directly In front of the train. Beheaded By Flying Boiler. Scranton l'a.. Dsc 5.?Assistant Foreman John Cawlsy was decapitat? ed and John Hughes, a fireman, was badly burn, d I.y the explosion of a boiler at the Greenwood colliery ol lawars & Hudson company In Mlnooka. The boiler struck Cawley In its flight," completely severing his head from his shoulders. He was Standing In the boiler room near the ?oiler that exploded. Visited Jersey State Prison. Trenton. N. J., Dec. 5.?The assem? bly investigating committee visited the state prison and made an inves? tigation of that institution. Little was developed of general ?rjlportance. and the committee adjourned until I Ik ember 11._ MAKES LIFE MISERABLE Troubles That Keep Half the Fredrick ?burg Doctor* Busy. Half of the prescriptions the Fredericks burg doctors write Are for troubles that rssult dlrectlj from a weakened stomach St,-..iufthen the stomach muscles, Increase the secretion ol gastric ju'ees, and you will find that common ?IHIctlons? indi? gestion, with Its headaches, dirtiness, depression of spirits, spots before the eyes, nervousness, sleeplessness and general dehillty? have been overcome. From now on build up the strength and health of the stomach with Ml-o-na tablets. You will soon find yoursell strong and never know the meaning ol indigestion. If Ml-o-na did not have an unusually curative effect In stomach dis? orders, it could not lie ?old ou the guar? antee given by (ioolrlck's Pharmacy to refund the money unle?s It does all that ??claimed for it. Ttey give an absolute, uu)UHlirl"d guarantee with ever; "1 1 .-tit box of Mi-o-na that the money will b? letunded unless the medicine cures. Th.rj t ike the whole risk, and you cer tainW BBB afford to get M'-o-nafrom them on thi* plan. s.w.M.s John F. Scott. HARDWARE ABD HARDWARE SPECIALTIES Main St., one door below Ohaa. Wal? lace <k Bro. Poll 11ns of Gen5|g^Jjiardware. kS^Im, Qmu, Pistols, Raaora. 4?I**??-, wili be aold at rednosd kI ?JbbbbW the times. Money ?an ^.^VjfWby parehnslog at fcWVs [currency meeting ! House Committee Discusses Financial Situation. WILL DRAFT A BILL 8ub-Committee N-nied to Trame Cur rency Measure to Correct Present Financial Situation?Elasticity Also Diacusaed. Washington, Dec 5.-- The n?'wly ap? pointed house committee on hanking ami currsacy held its first ae-ttlsg. apendlag tiro gad oas-kalf hours in discussing the currency Question iu several of its plias?-?. At the conclu sion of th?' meeting several of the member? muted that as a result of the conf?rence the members of tks BOH Bittes were now nearer together than ih? y ?-ver had i?.'? n hsfors, Th?' i,nly definite actlou taken at this initial meeting was the authoriz? ing of tin; chair to appoint a sun com mitiee of tlv?? to ?Irait sud siihm'.t a currsacy lull to corrsi t tii?- pressai >1 situation. There will hs BO hearings before Lb? COBSkittSS uniil !h?' siih committee has finished Itl task an 1 the oomplstSd draft Is in m Is of the chairman. The re. urrence of two phases of curt- my dlSCUSSloil marked th?' COS These were: The creation itlcltj in the currency ami the in of reserve balances In na 'ih.? commit!? was ap agreed that It will sanction tn in? reuse the bulk of pap?'r m One itself to ?he ration of the ben means ot -. I. It) 'l hs plan ??f pro Issnsara of national bant, en lit notos, which can hs In atantly drawn into circulation when general ? indttli ;is require an Ii ed purrency, and retirement SI promptly when the need has passe?!, wns presented and dlscusssd at ?'?m?? 'rongly urged that th? laws ahould h - ?hanged so as tn prevent the absorption of rsssrvs moneys in DStlonal banks by banks in irv? cities National batiks are re to hold In reserve dtlss threw ill His of their rsssrvs capital, and It ?I ?nit that under this re? quirent? nt country banks have to send port) n to the nearest ierre city, whose hanks .n it out and in time lergency find themselves unable to *h? call of the country bank? lor return of th<> de - of the com expressed t 'li?t the loaning "f reserve funds should be ? l., i Iced b', legislation. s Kill Two. Tv/O men. blinded b) th? whirling snow, war? ?trui l< by trains and Instantly killet nt atatloo r ii Philadelphia One of the victims WS? killed by a i'ennsyl ralln ;, I i r lin In full rfc m of . rs at the station at Helmes action Tha other man killed - ol (?lailwvn. M?nt gocnery county, who was killed by a .; railroad train near Mana yunk. Rich Men Working on Street Paving, Cincinnati, l)., Dec 5.?Three mil lloaalre? are repairing the street in fron' of their homes with their own hands. They are Lucien Wiilsln, president ol a piano company: E. P. Harrison, banker, and Charles Mayer, real est?t? Operator. The city hesl Ki uses lor not fixing the pavement until the three men lost patience "Well fix It ourselves." they I. "and have It done right." Officers of Pennsylvania Maaona. Philadelphia, Dec. 5.?The I'ennsyl vania tiran?! Lodge of Free and Ad? opted Masons in annual communica? tion ben , le. i, ? the following offl worthy grand master, H. Orlady; deputy grand mas ii r. Oeorge w Qutkrii; senior grand William !.. (lorgna; Junior grand warden, J. Henry Williams, grand treasurer, William H. Hacken burg; grand secretary, William A. Sinn. John Q. Stewart Dead. Harrisburg, Fa., Dec. 5.?John Q. ?i who resigned as deputy su periatendenl of public instruction a year ago because of failing health, died at bis home In this city after a lingering Illness of several years. He served 27 years In the department of public Instruction and had been deputy superintendent since 1S83. He was a member of Cooper's battery and served In the Civil War. Aged Lawyer Breaks a Leg. Lancaster, Pa., Dec. 5.--H. M. North the oldest member of the l,an caster bar. and one of the beat known lawyers of Pennsylvania, fell on the t-ldrwalk and fractured hla left leg nea; the hip. He has been the local legal representative of the Pennsylva? nia Railroad company for many year?. Poetmaster Arrested. Indianapolis, Ind.. Dec. 5.?George P. Nickels, postmaster at Rye, N. Y., was arrested here on the charge of em bezaling $2.000 from the Rye post office on November 11. The police say Nickels confessed. He had but 65 cents when arrested. He Is 47 years old and married. Add n little boiling water to the Rveet milk used when you are making biscuits, ami less shortening will bo needed. The result will be quite ihe same._ - State of Ohio, City ol Toledo, Lucas County. 8a. Frank J. t'tienney makes oath that be i? senior partner of the firm of F. J j Chenney ? Co., doing business in theCity of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that firm will pay the sum of ONE | HUNDRED DOLLARSforeachand every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured b< the u?e of Hall's Catarh Cure. FRANK J. CHENNEV. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 0th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. QLEASON, ffsUIr?) NOTAUY Ptnt.ic. Hall's Catarrh Curs Is taken Internally, and acts directly on the blood and rnucoua aurfacea of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENNEY * CO.. Toledo, 0. Sol,] by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pilla for constipa? tion. ALCOHOL) t?kctKT? ANcgelalilcPrrpnrn' si-milai?r?iheFoodanii ling itu> Siomaths and ? ;. Infants/Chiid?en Promolcs Diction Ctorful ncss and Kwt.Coni.iin s reiiitfr Opiuni.Mori)hinje nor ?muai. Not Narcotic. f?mfaia&td JlxJam* JbcMttUtt SSEftaY? jfjBBaW? faAsABB*. ?sgassTI fl Aperfert Remedy for rorrsflaa lion, Sour Slonuch.lliarrtiun Worms .(Mvulsioiis.r'o lltaa rrcss and LOSS OF SLEEP. FacSun* Signature of NEW YOHK. For Infants an*l Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature In Use For Over Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper, Th? ciit.j? eo.o-o new vos? r-irr. OUR FORMAL FALL OPENING la over. Now to basineee I Thegoodn will Hod the prices ri^-lit. We are rea?! lo show Btiock of Mercniftndiw uneurpaiiBVKJ in 1 u et. Up-to-date Millinery, Ladies' Tailor Made Suits in plain Broad Cloths.Stripeni and Mixt un n ?n th. oobbieel cuts. Ladiet)' Coat*, Short Jackets as well as ttie 50 inch length, loose backs and Mini fitful, [??autiful Dree? Qoods, Broad Cloths, Plaid and Strip? ?Suitings, Plaid Silks, Plain TatTettas, Silk and Satteen PetticoatsKL]nd*?r wear, Blankets, Flannels, Trunk", and Suit Cases, The best rl Black TaffettaSilk in lown. J. T. kooiery a Co. r \<*a U?T- ? Rawlings & Son. Jost r. ecivi-il another car of the ci Lsbr i Piedmont One and Two-iiorse Wagons. Grain Drills, Disc and Smoothing Harrow?, the Majestic Washing Machines Also Winter Seed Outs, Seed Rye, Timothy Seed, Clover Seed, Orchard Grats Seed. A nice line of GROCERIES, in fact anything needed by tin? farmer and housekeeper. RAWLINQS & SON. ?SCI J Cloaks ! Cloaks ! We have just closed out a big lot ol Ladies* and Misses' Latest Style Coats [roma manufacturer at considerably less than factory c We have put very interesting prices on these for this week. Tour cau'1 well afford t?> buy a cloak without inspecting these. We Have Just Added About I.O 0 Xmas Items To Our 10 cent Section They Are Wonders We Welcome You With Good Service. G. Frank Timbcrlakc & Co., The Popular Dry Goods House Market Corner. FREDEHICK8B?B0, VA. Maryland, Delaware and Virginia Railway Rappahannock River Line. Schedule in Effect Sept 8, 1907. BALTIMORE TAPPAH ASSOIE - - FREDERK KSBI 1.0 Leave Baltimore, Pier 2, Light street, weather rxTinlttliiK, TSBajdaj an<l r r; day 4:30 p. id., for Wewtland,North End,MIIK'reek.V. hue Stone, Irvington, Weems, Millenbeck, Merry Point, Ottoman, Moran, Hurhan. ?Burton. Drbaaaa, Monaakon, Water View, Whealt'in, Bay Port, Sharp, Bowler. Ware, Wsttford, TappabaViaoek, Naylor's Hole, Blaudneld, Charter, Layton, L?dstOWB, SaondsfS, Wtlmont, Gfssa. law, Port Royal, I'ortConway, Hay Mount, Hop Yard, RaUliffe, Freduricksburg BALTIMORE ..... i U'lWlMNSoi'k Leave Baltimore, Pier 2, Lljrht stre??t, weather |**rinltting, Sunday li? noon, Wednesday 4.30 p. m. for West land, 'North End, 11 111 l.Wk, ?Whit* Stone, *lrv. Ington, * Weems, Burban,'Urbanua, Monaekon, * Whealton, Water View, 'Sharp, ?Tappahannock. Special Note?Wednesday's steamer will only stop at wharves marked (?). FREKERICKSBURO - - . NORFOLK Account Jamestown Exposition Leave FrederickeburR ? a. m., TaVSBaty and Friday, tide and weather par?'*' tlag. Stopping at all point? on rlfSf MBBpt Bay Port and ffiftlapd, ob Tu trip and Merry Point, Ottoman's and Moran'? on Friday trip. Returning steamer will leave Norfolk 4 p. m., Wednesday and Band . permitting, ?toping at all point? on river. Arriving at Prsdsrtcksburg Monday and Thursday afternoon. Fare $ 1 50 each way, meal? and state room eitra. ?,. FREDERICK8BURG - ? TAH'AHANNOCK - . BALTIMORE Leave Fredericksburg Monday and Thursday 2:00 p.m., tide bi I *?**?? permitting, for Ratcliffe, Hop Yard, Hay Mount, Port Coiiwa.. I 2Sm law, Wilmont, Sounder?, LswisSOWB4 a.m.. I.aston, Carter, BloodSeld, Naylora Hole 6:30 a. m.,Tappahann?x k 7:o0 a Bi.,Wslltord,Wafs,BowiVr>8barp '?'??"> ?. m> Bay Port, Whealton, Water View. M?ma?kon. l.'rbaui.a l??rfiO p " ,,u?"*''? Millenbeck, Merry I'olnt 2:30 p. m , Ottoman, Moran. WsSBM .. wa.t* Stone, Mill Creek, North End 6:90 ?.. m . Vf estland. Arrive, Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday mornings. T.UABP TAPPAHANNOCK ? - \v ?l?i Leave Tappahantiock, weather permitting, 7:30 a. ro., Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, st?pplug at Wellford, Ware, Bowler, Sharp, W hsaltOB,.WiBBBf View, Monaskon, Hrbanno, SBurton, Borhan, Millenbe.1;. ?asma, lrvlngtou, White Stone, Mill Creek, North End, ?Weetland. JMondavsonly. ?Wednesdays only. Arriving Baltimore Tuesday, Thursday sad Friday morulng*. Freight received at Baltimore until 4 p. m. on sailing day?. / W. D. Scott, Agent, Fredericksburg, Va. ?WILLARD THOMSON. Gen. Man. T. MURKOCH. ?en. Frt. ? F ?sa. Agt. Baltimore, Sept. 3, 190T. 1 AUG. DANNEHL, Mfjr. UY. DANNEHL CO., Propr't Dannehl's WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS. Rions 127, Cor. Prancssa Anne and Prussia 8t?. CAFE ATTACIT''