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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interests ol* .Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
VOL XXII NO 139 FREDERICKSB?RG, VA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1807._PRIOlj 8 OBMTI ^?>->a>?>^?>e>4>^?a>a>0**<>*?*0???*> O O i ?> *> ?> ?O *? Don't neglect your cough. Statistics show that in New York City alone over 200 people die every week from consumption. And most of these consumptives might be living now if they had not neglected the warning cough, You know how quickly JScolt's Emulsion enables you to throw off a coug*h or cold. ?fu ALL DRUGGISTS-, 50c AND $100. <#V S O ?fr ?fr ?fr o ?fr ?fr ?fr Fmanda?ly Situated to ?Enjoy Your Recreation The opening of the hunting season of? fers that opportunity to the person con? scientiously following our system. This financial condition Is easily at? tained by "BANKING BY MAIL. gardless of your location) with the most substantial Institution In the State. Complete information in regard to our "SAVIM;*. miMRTMENT." i in: par cent, compounded seml-annually, ?lven upon request. PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK s CAPITAL $300,000.00 3URtLUS and i NDIVIDED PROFITS $1.000.000.00 ?iOSD. VA. 4 \j Vajf I Qo To The BOSTON VARIETY STORE For Your XMAS GOODS I L fi. JONES, Prop. The Jones Wagon andCarriage Works B. M. LEAVELL, Ass't Manager. -MANUFACTURERS OF Wagons, Carriages, i nggies, Surries, Carts, Etc. REPAIRING, TRIMMING, PAINTING, and RUBBER TIRE WORK Done Promptly LEAVEU/S OLD STAND .... WOLFE STRfET We carry a full line of Btock necessary to quirk repair work. Finished Shafts, Pole & Neck Yokes, Single Trees We guarantee to duplicate the price* of any flrst clae? wajron works in the country. Send or bring us your ordere and work. . N N';\'.-.\ S V N \VN,. \ S N ^^3?n?%uS^% Force and Lift T HAND AND POWER PUMPS. Myers Stayon Door Hangers. WHITE FOR PEI0ES. jlphn G. Willis & Son. CAROLINE Notai. Pwsonal*. Etc Bowliag iiiv.li, Va , Dea, lita. A a w funirv??? i? beiaf put lu ?t th? ,-i .?lui.i-ti. w.-.l.-li will ??M grsatly to ibseoflifuri ul tli" tnnldiug. Hbm I . .n .Muoot, who .s sBBCklBBl in th ? county, ?peut ateatai day* tins week . bubm bar*. Mbm Oamlltit Bruad^BeapsataBortliM ! tliis uvesk m Un Inn nid. Rev. II. O. ?Sultle ?ud ?lin urehistalied in lli p.trtionage.haviL.g an ti eil III town Mr? I. M II ibltMoa has leturned to i -i i inliiiK muir time with relativas ib N ?Hoik ead Ka-umoud. i Mr. un ! Mr? Laakford, after ?peudlug : BOfu* inn- Lt-r-', Ltt.T? return. .1 t.. Wtt?!, VI r Laakford wa. th? contrae saw Werk a ofl v. Mir.? Lot* Woollolk lias returned from ? r to tUchmoB I. Mrs. tellie Anderaoa and daughter, Mass I.null. Will Isaee Ibis wsek fur Usolffia? ?here ttiey Will spend t?s w ta tar. Mi?? Kate Bolitas has returned so her boSM In Mali-.nd, atiera finit lo her Mrs L 0 Oofbitt. Mi?- Ktnuia Anderem?, who ie teaching Ib tn? Mica neighborhood, spsel snur i .i ajad Mind??? at her buSBs here. Mr S\ It Ur.ia.ldus, of West Point. I wa? a (Baal o| In. lids bars this week. Mr. Roper Rii'.us, o( Richmond, spent Sunda.v with his parent? her?. Rev. ? T. Klaff, ol University of Vir? ginia. Iliad lbs pulpit of Calvary Baptist i-liureb oil Sumlay in>rning. He return? ed to th.?t institution n: the alternonu, and ther.- were bo ssreasss that night. The coaditioa of Mr. R. 0, Moaeatvie ?lightly iinprnveil.but lie is -till very sic? .it his home here rtiid ha* at rar.ed Bans Miss Virginia H-?w, ol A?!.land, i? a ..'ii.-1 . f the fainiiv of Mr. W. (i Goffbill, nl Ml.ford Mr. aedMra W. (' B.>y?l and Miss VI i i lam Coghiil of Richmond, were In Iowa thta ersah to attend the Ooffbill C ?bb t.up'i'.l irlr Irt>> Mon. ure, ol IMa? k?toi:s, si?-nt i C irtton i ; ; i-t rrssk with his parents, . ? \; i M - Strictly hog killing tin.? It. Bowling G - W. Chandler ?till c intinues quite sick at hi? h ?dm bar. R"T and Mrs J T. Mast?n, of Rich muDd, ue roseta '?' fflends her? \ Y. I - ol Toledo. Lucas C iBBt* Fiat.k J. Cliwiney makes oath that be ?:? p.itn.r f lbs firm of F. J l'hi-i'iiey 4 Co., ?ioing busine?? in tbel'ity ? ! i ? .iiiity ami State aforesaid. it 'inn will pay the ?inn of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAtlSIor?aefaaad?>esr* . hm' ol i atarrb thai eaaaol bs ?-nred bj ' Hal! ?Catarh Cure FRANK .1 i i!i:\NFY. .-worn to before m?. and subscribed In mv preasBBS, this 8th day of December, \. I? 1886 A. W.0LBA80N, I ? BAL I No; Miv I'l lll.lc. Hal ? Uatarrh Cure istakm internally, und Beta ?lir.i-tly .>n the blood and um. ou? sarfBess of the system. Send for j testimonial? : F. J. CHF.SSKY 4 CO., Toledo, 0. B >'d !>> nil l?niifgi?t?, ~'.>c. Take Hal! ? Family Pills for oonetipa? tiou. _ KING GEORGE NOTES King George, C. Q., Va., Dec. 14, 1907. Miss Page Morris, of Waehington, la vl'iting Miss Marie Doherty. Mr. H. C. QrjBMS has returned from a trip to Washington and Alexandria Mr VV H. I.ipsromb, who has been vi?itlng fr|en?is Id the county, haa re? turned to Washington. Mrs. B. F Pries, who has beeu visiting relatives to Washington, has returned. Mr. E V. Grgsli.v has returned from a - trip to Baltimore and Waahlng tt n, Mr. Thomas B. Garnett, of Waehlng ?iti'ig his brother, Hon. Henry r..liarn?tt. Mr?. Harry Mills, who has been visit? ing her country home, baa returned to Washington. - Fanny Love and Minnie Smith nre vi?lting friend? in Washington. Mr. Henry E. Ratcliffe, of near Old Polat, I? visiting his family in thecounty. Mr. Win. E. Baker, Sr , qualified a? notary public before Clerk E. L. Hunter December 7th. Mr. George Taylor, ol Westmoreland, hae purchased the Owens tract of land fipaa Messrs, Kmbrey and Rose, special .?oiiimisB.onere, for $??.500 caeb. Miss Nellie Lee, ol Pittsburg, Is teach? ing in the family of Mr. James H. Boggs. CATARRH IS CURABLE Successful ExBwImenti In Abating sad Curing this Diseas*. Catarrh is an entirely unnecessary die ea?e and should not be tolerated for a single day now that Hyomsl le so gene? rally known and has made eo many cures in Frederiiksburg and other towns. Modern ecleu.ee has disproved tbe old theory that catarrh wae-a blood dleease. It i? a germ trouble, aud the remedy is Hyomei, which medicates the air yon breathe, killing all catarrha) germs. As there Is life and health lu the air ol the piue forests, filled with fragrant and healing balsams, so there is life and health in breathing Hyorael. Ho sure le this prescription to cure even tbe worst cases of catarrh that Ooolrlck'e Modern Pharmacy sell it un? der an absolute guarantee to refund the money If it doee not do all that I. claim? ed for it. l,tu-s,tu,th DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MR. VERNON HOWARD Mr. Vernon Howard, who died at Mary Washington Hospital after an Ill? ness of six days of appendicitis, Is sur? vived by bis mother, Mrs Chas. Howard, and fonrbrothers, Messrs. Joe, Derwood, Charlie and Rosser, and five uncles, Mesere. Robert Jones, Tom, John, Will and Jud Jenninge, and five aunts, Mrs. Jobo Scott, Mr.. Fertteyhoogb, Mr.. 8. T. Stephens, Mrs. J. J. Burks and Miss Ida Jennings. Mr. Howard was only 18 years old and bad been in perfect health until taken with appendicitis. The remain* were taken to 8hady Grove Methodist church and laid to rest. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Dr. Ray. Mr. Howard will be greatly missed. A large crowd assembled at tbe church. The pallbearers were Messrs. John Scott, Jud Jennings, Tom Jennings, Will Jennings, Howard Scott, Robt. Spindle. There is nothing better offered the pub? lic today for stomach troubles, dyspep? sia, indigestion, etc.,than KODOL. This is a Hcientirlc preparation of natural di gestaat* combined with vegetables acids and it contains the same juices found in every healthy stomach. KODOL is guaranteed to give relief. It is pleasant to take; it will make you feel Une dy di? gesting what you eat. Sold by S?. M. Lewis. 1HE ?BT FAREWELLS Brilliant Ball Given in Hon.,r of Kaval Officers. FLEET READY TO SAIL Lsst Day? at Hampton Roads Are Given Over to Social Functions. Foreigners to Be Eliminated From the Navy. 01.1 Point Comfort, \a Dae. 14.?A brilliant savsl aad military tiall was <i\? u at th? li si lalB in lotiur of Admiral Evans ani thi jfflcstb ut the II battleship? which ?all Uoaday on their not?t?!?- cr?tes to the Pa.ific ocean. Th? i and dan? ?? in ti? gully decora - niniii closed a daj given over almost satlrely to social functlona Thi- ships reported "read* Prlda) un.I there *aa little or no work to do, E svsa casas saaors in large Bombers, ehll? un board ship ths tunnel anil ward rnom oflcera kept open bonsa Aftornoun tea was Bsrvt Bad laprompta musicales ear? ira "i th? day's satertalalag iloliliin?; launches |ll?d with . Has from shore made fr?quent trips ?liirlna tho vialtiag boora The hail ?sailed ?ant the ip>ecia] avea> >'. Balfonna .?i ths n.? ? ..i.?, .vim were .ill ?glitter with told see and trappings Army ofltcers from Portreai Monro? added ? i.rigiit touch of artillery r 'i to ths <?? im nags of all nation? draped tl poosn Tin- of Norfolk, Richmond, Bsltlmora, Wasblngtos an.l other eastern cities were largely rep i in the ipei tacnlar gather Bg. Several naval attaches from the for sign .'iiihasslo? and legations at Wash? ington I wiin. ss the man. uvcrs attending the dspar tht geet With regard to ths report that all lapses?! servants on hoard t lets of the Pacific bound Beet have )??? n i to ?ther ships that are to be loft behind, it was sta hoar?) the- flagship Connecticut that only those Japanese stewards and mess attendants whose enlistments expire prior ta July 1 n?xt bav he. n replaced by American sailors recaatl| trained for the work. Tlie Japanese tailing within thi.-* rsstrlctlon have been placed on receiving ships ai various navy yarda as it was not de sired to discharge them at a dlstaal port and be nadar the obligation of paying tl.clr fares back to the eastern portion of the United State?. Quite a number of Japanese servants whOS? enlistments have a year or more to run BIS being taken along as usual. Unser the rules laid down by the present secretary of tue navy, the en listm.'nt In the navy of ritlren? of the United States is strongly forbidden, and for this rea? son none of the Japanese can be re enllsf-d, and all aliens are thus to be eventually eliminated fron the en? listed force. Woman Killed Dog With Sword. Chicago, Dec. 14.?Mrs. Roy Wilson. wife of an Insuran.?- broker, saetag her husband at the mercy of an In furlatsd bull dog at their home, ?elzed a sword, ran the animal through and plnlon?d it against the wall until d?ad. Wilson attempted to discipline the cur with a whip. The animal sprang and seized Wilson by the throat and held on till dead. Wilson and his wife both fainted afl??r th?; experience. They wero resuscitated by neighbors who had been attra? ti d by the affray. Victim of a Vendetta. Battle Creek. Mich.. Dec 14- ? Mic ha-1 Obtura. Bged 3". a Mace? donian, Is In the hands of a physi? cian, who regards his r-ondltlon as well night hopeless owing to numerous stiletto wounds and to the ndd?d fact that the wounded man lay unattend? ed for 24 hour?- Hot h the victim and his friends feared to make known his plight because of deadly fear of a vendetta. The police have arrested one Macedonian on suspicion, but Ochtura and his friends stoutly refuse | to give the officers any assistance. 1000 Sheep Drowned. Seattle, Wash., Dee. 14.?News came from F.ntiat. Wash., that 1000 sheep were recently drowned In Mad river. The sheep were being driven from the Cascade mountains to the Entiat valley to winter. While the flock was going down a mountain side, the lead? ers slipped on the sleet covered ground and rolled over a precipice Into the Mad river below. Like Panurges sheep, the rest of the flock plunged Into the river despite the efforts of the shepherds to restrain the fright? ened sheep. Woman Killed In Runaway. Stroudsburg, Pa., Dec. 14.?Mrs. Lewis Dellaven, of Analcomlnk, was killed and her son, Arthur, seriously hurt In a rnnaway near their home. The horses which they were driving be? came frightened and plunged, overturn? ing the buggy. Mrs. Dellaven was tossed In a ditch and received Inju? ries which caused her death in a short while and the son received Internal In? juries. Kidnapped Child Found. Chicago, Dec. 14.?Lillian Wulff. 10 year? old, who was kidnapped last ?Saturday afternoon from her home In thi? city, was found in Momence, 111. A man snd woman who wsr? with her war? arrested. ?Tar Ovar Sistr Veers. Mr?. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrnp has been used for over sixty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens tbe gums. : allays all pains, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists In every part of the world. Twenty five eenta a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mra w:?islow'i Soothing Svtqd." and take no o'her Guarantesd underjtbe Food and Drugs Act, Jons 80th, 190?. Serial Number 1098. m PRESIDENT'S PLAN ? Taft in the VVIil?e House and Roosevelt ?ii Connie. WILL IT BE CARRIED OUT? Cortelyou Dootners Charged With Jockeyi. ?j With Pjr? Food I Get I Cabinet. : - . I : anoth r f. do So ! ? ; other R i : III il- j lion ()! ? ? I ' I ? ' ? - ? mak ? "? T, to for? o th? ? i iccepl hta ? all wh?. | :i many of his on not a few of nluentla] I. it li ' Internal Reven; oni r Cap?rs have velt sen ? b It ?IV for? em? ut of the ; ? of packag'S spirits. April Attorney-General itona part? ::!on defining - Up to ' ats ' ry .I'pirtraent : : With the makers of imi? tation I | branding th?? bar? rels containing their product "whls ? iolation of tlie pun food law. abont to send Secretary (Virielyou a curt ord?r dl lt t;?.' H'inaparte opinion In eff??-t. S ? r? - ?;v W the D?putaient of Agricultni reported violations of the laiv Treasury Departmi and in one in-; made. n'a (??finition of whiskey did not. agrfe ?rlth Bon it v.-hen the Attorney-General spoke. Wi1 on followed his Interpretation of ths law. ? It. Another Lie, Says Cortelyou. Washington. |i" 1 :. in Bl Inquiries aa to the troth of the report which gaine?! some currency h'TO, that Secretary Cortelyou Is attout to from tho cabinet H v's sole comment wa another lie." Roaated to Death On Wire. K?sw Tork, D ? \ I. Wt Is some thousands of feet of telephone wir.- -it Rempetead, T.. I., one of throe men allowed the wire to come In con? tact with u live el? ?trie light wire and was res -.i while entangled in the roil. The live v. ire ist ftrs to the gras3, ami the flames were spread? ing wh3ii mch came and put them out. The dead man was unidentified. Children Perished In Burning Home Watertown, H. v. Dee it.?In a fire that ?lestroved the residence oi Charles Oillto, in this city, his two children, Harold and Flossie, aged 4 and 2 years, were burned to The children had been locked In tbe house by the mother Just a few min utes pr? discovery of the fire, and before entrance could be ef? fected they were deed. Found Dead In Cemetery. Stamford, Conn. Dec 14-?The body of a man about 45 years old was found In Woo.ll.ii. f. In a pocket wa3 a card addressed (o "John McMahon, C23 Third avenue, New York," and signe I IcKeon, Old Point Comfort, Va." The BMdaeai examiner thinks he may have taken poison. 'Phone Merger, Change In Nam?. Harrisb.rg. Pa., Dec. 14?The Bell Telephone company, of Philadelphia, Oled with Governor Stuart notice of a change of name to the Bell Company of Pennsylvania due to the absorp? tion of the Pennsylvania Telephone company and the Delaware & Atlantic Telephone company, and an increase in its capital stock from $30.000,000 to $60,000,000. RILAS 8HELB?RNE A HON. SBELBURNFS WAREHOUSE Forth? sale of Loose Tobacco snd by ?am??le over the hogshead. lat?? and Cmv,-?1 atrita RI?riwion?4 Va WmcmsuK Blunting Rifle? From the ten different Winchester repeaters you can surely select a rifle adapted for hunting your favorite game, be it squirrels or grizzly beara. No matter which model you select you can count on its being well made, ac? curate and reliable. SHOOT WIMCRESTEI CAITI1D0ES IN VT I 1 C 1 EST E B OU N S SH?lBURNtS THREATENED Richmrnd lYarefnuitmsn Guarding Property h Kentucky. - . ? who threat ed b > na i .? ulj i.ooii (mu? Tic ? BBS tO bl agidos t Hilas Rbrlburoe ??9oa, ofRlcb I B ? eOBtrol the |rli?ne?| ever >l tin..-? th Sbi Iboroes have I..I. earned against seeding their buyers on) to adj din ig coBBtie* to bay particularly thai poolsd with ?yol Eqaitr. The Shslbnrnss I however, bave bueghl tobacco regard? ? -- of the pool and have had asucceasful . n.-. s td ir rasmbsr of th? , firm, h. aid ran o*a. ' a thn atsoed rislt ? ft - riders, n titled bis brother-ware ? r pr ,t-. tf'lll aw n Isa i arnb. r ol ; ft BO *>-re th-rv With tt.. ir t ibaBBO (i v WHBOB ai'lc Ucd that he w.iuld order a mi m at ol eoldlsra to protect the aretioB threatened if luciieanry. Take DsVttt's kidney und Bladd* Pills; they are for weak back, inflamma? IIob of the bladder, backache and weak kidneys. Sold by II. M. Lewis. IN MEMORIAM King Georg?, C. H , Va , l>..- 19, 1907 Mr. Hear* C Portias, oae of th? rooal popular aiid l>? st koowB .-itiz ins of King COUBt*, .?It ?1 at bt. home, hMnr King George C H., oo Wedoeada**, Dai ?M h :'jo?. Born in King Georgs cud. ly. Ta,Sspt 7tb.l?>28, after receiving bis education, hi brearos a "?.-ful citizen Iaad served biseoBBtr **<*U and faithful? ly f ?r inanv rears a? justice . f the pea e, and ?i? ?i.. h for sni m lim? d'lrii g the re cousai action jcii.?! ?a? tbe pr.st.ling haettee? I then eompnaiog tbe County court. Fof many lears Mr. Par? kin? serri d bis cooaty an ?upen: of the poor, a- d n? Bsperrfsor of Rappa k magisterial ohrtrlct, ajtwfi g g. n? sralsatJafactloBol sarrias la even po?|. tioB be was cattsd aposto III. Be aleo aarrad as rJepaty <-'erk under the iat? w. S. BtOwa. Genial and affab'? in dispo stttoo, ha wa? highly sstsseaed by all wfa > knew him 11? Is survived by a family of loor eoBS and OBS daughter. Kennedy'* LazatlTS Cough Syrup caoseaa bes yet gentls action ?>f the bowels through which tbe ?-old is forced oat of the system. Children like it. Odd? talas ao opiates aor aareotlca. Sold l?v ht M. Lamia DEATH NOT LtGAL ? New Jcrrey Lawyers Raise Point .t Clsctric Chair. Trenton !*. '.. Dec 13.--Counsel for four ron rien Bei in the ? BBdt r New Jor ? d s point as lo its ? Tbfl conten BHxred the court i ? . t tlon. and there Bill --robably be a con I bctweea tho J>:df;f>s and ths gorerBOT ob the i. is of Treu ton do not take Madly to the Idea that all the legal killing In the Pinte Is to be done In and an organized movement will be made this winter lo havi- latera enact a law forbid.]:; ik-atlon of detailed Beemata of putiing criminals to death. DsWitt'sCaxbolited Witch Hrizel8nlve. ?id IieWitt ?. Sold by M. M. Lewis. A man that Is young in years may be old iu hours If h? ha? lost n > time. DeWitt's Little Knrly Riser Pills an ?old by ht ht Lewis. No, people who pay their money at the gate are not given gate receipts. PeW?t? Kidn.y ??ml lllnddcr Pills af? ford quick relief for forms of kidney and Madder trouble. A ?reek's treatment Sold by If. ht Lswb?, Are vou good enough to critir-iee tho#e ? bad? CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature o? L?a/jffltf?Z*U JOB PRINTING We print everything from a book to a vi?!ring card on ths power presses of tbe Free Lance. Bend us your orders. " The The? Lsvnea f AN OLD MELLOW NORTH CAROLINA ? tLLKO WHISKEY. / Satisfaction Guaranteed or yuur r MOMXT : -?<?? 4 QUARTO SHII'MI DIN Sr*. PLAIN, MEAr PACKAI express C0.65X \> PR E PAID *$?mZZ=Z * *?-, The COUSINS SUPPLY CO. | RICHMOND, VA. orr, k_ .^?w I -_*.~ HOLIDAY Teddy B?ar Books at 15c. f Buster Brown " itISc \ Special Values at 25c Post Card Albums; Special at 25c. Worth Doable. Toys Dolls Games Complete Lice at Popular Prices. Teddy Bears Edison Phonograph, The Clearest Talking Machine " in the World. Buy New on Our Easy Payment Plan. alia Stationery. Open Evening? Wanted ! vfevraat you to K?'t our ?pricai oaths f< >11? > w ?n-JT Specials before pnrcbasias asar? bsra Apples, Oranges, Pananas. Raisins, Currants, Figs, Citron, Dates, Candies, Nuts, Mince Meats. and in a.l.litt.m to the above svsrything usually foutu! in 11 lie! lias? irrocery store. Our prim and goods will pisasa you. Phon?' 114. Doggett &Scotl RIPANS. There la scarcely any condition of 111 health that Is not benefited by th* occasloual nae of a RIPANS Tabole. For sale by dragnets. The Flv oent packet is enough tor an ordl nary ?ooeaslon. Tbe family bottle, ? Mnlf ia???4Al?? ? ?tin- 'v '??a ???? P. N'CRACKEN, BRO. ft CO., ?WBOLKSALK AHD RKTAIIi? GROCERS ?and LIQUOR DE? LERA OtTarlan ThotHaod Oalloni PL'RB RTS aad BOI'RBON WiilriK IKS from Ib? toUomWm wail known dtotUI-ne?. ?raft * ?'?).. ??" Ohl?. fa c? Ctionly Dlatllltntr Co., of Kci.lu.-k/. Munrtnllo Dlatflar*, ol Mar/lul, aud W. I. Ora?, o? IVnMvivaata. Agtoa tor Bam*? * KnaWt Law Be??. Thar ?too oft?r saapla aa?1 Fasat Ororarl??. Aarteulvnral IaptoaanH. ??ad? liuo ?ml n>BB?*a Dr. H. M. Eckenrode dentist Office?Over Ooolrtck'i Drug ??*or?. tf?1r| f-Uv-Mt The Free Leans Is prepared to do ?all klsdrrjf job prlnUnf ft fbs^Uiaa? stylt at aaooerat? prim To-Day and No Regrets Ii? lay has flliV.1 many ahoiiu'withsorrov/. D?e*i ?oii.'s ; i ml ttiwri we rt-grt-t. l'ii? iimonia comes hi tli.' ?ame as croup. liOWAN'S *^^H MOMA CURE dispels all inflammation. Alldrur -?."? lui.l 'o?.-a bottle. External. Thou*ari<u of testimonial-?. BUY TODAY. "i ? COZMCCtTG-1 Christmas is coming. The Holiday Stoc& at dams' Book Store A is all in place and early buying secures the best things. The line is very strong in low priced Novelti? TOYS on Second and Third Floors. Uri-'sually large line Doll Carriages and Go-Carts Don't miss seeing the display HOLIDAY GOODS] -AT C. T. STOFFRL?EFS-" J ... W Candie?, Nuts, Raisins, Fruits all Kinds, Faau and Staple Groceries. OYTSERS and FISH A SPECIALTY e&JBpecia] Prices accorded church entertainmenta. Phone 148? WE SEND An Autumn Greeting ill our Patrons and Friends, and with it an in? vitation tu come and sou the handsome new Font near we bave provided for the com? ing ?seasons. We ortainly w.wit to supply the Fall and Winter Footwear wants ol all our old Patrons, ?and we trni t that we shall ?also have the pleaaon of servil ? curjtsvJ mere, ?as this store in here to supply i wrybody with Shoes For Comfort and Health. If your feet are tender or hard to fit with shoen by all means give us a trial in fit ting them. Wa?lace & Co. The Shoemen A Christmas Blaze from th?< lab Loxlan't always one that i- applet iai. ?!, a? some very dl??s trou? fire-, have l?en kindled from Yuls Log aod h vie Nook. In any cam be on -i !?? ami have your property In? sure.) at bare and your Xmas will be all . r by beviog your mind ateaw. John W. Allison, Jr., ft Co. Fire Insurance Atrrnte, Fred eric ksburg.Va. Engine and Saw Mill BARGAINS Ji'.-H. P. Portable Engines. 18- " 1 in. " ojo. ?. 1 (1- " Plain 1 10- " 1 90- " Vertical toter. l No :i Baissa S".w Mill. 1 No. I i).'L.>ach" " I N?>. 1 (?iii*?-r " " l No. o Prie. " " HowarlnR " " 1 Lath MiW&d Bolter. ' II. Saw Tii'li??. i?n? Mandril?, Saw?) Sud Mil. "U \NK K. T?LHL 100* Main 8*., Frwioticaabur; PUBLIC SALE OF A Desirable Far In Spotoylvania county, Virgin! Pursuant to a decree of the 01 court of Hpotsylraoia county, TIibj entered December Sud, 1907, fa ?he] ? cry cause of Fmbrey, assignee, re. 1 anl and others, the undersigned SB commissioner will offer for sale b the front door of th.-courthouse ah] ; crick*.burg, Virginia, on | Saturday, January* 11? 19 ' at 12:30 o'clock, that desiraWs trae land of which Charles J. Howard . seised and possessed, containing ! hundred ami thirty-Are acres, ! having on it a fair dwelling and | houses and on orchard, sad ? ted on the (atharpiu road la I sylvania county, Virginia, ai ten mile? from Fr-<|eriiksburg,aada| ?af* "~" amlf miles from tos Pott I .rs*Vi'>.;,i1,gRn,,.Pie<lcuont Raaj " Terms ?if Sal*--Ah."' three h ?a ! dollars (1800) cash, and t^^ejh two equal annual insUi!lmeutJ!*h|BB] in one and two years' time from the i of th* sah-, tbe deferred payments evidenced by the purchaser a bond i ing interest from date of the sale? percent per annum, payable aaea and secured by deed of t?sa,e*fl^| cash and the balance in two kjk^? iiual IibiIbIiiisbIb evidenced and tat as afon-snid, or all cosh at the opfll the purchaser. This is a splendid opportunity fort one to buy a good form well hx-ated ALVIN T F.MHRE Special Coi In the Clerk's office of tbe Circuit < of the county of iSpotsylvw:. H assignee, plaintiff, against H o war a.?. .1. fi iidant*. I, T. A. Harria,et? the ?aid court, do certily that toe I required of the spt?-ial eiininilasioBBl the.].tree rendered in ?aid ?-?useon '2nd day of December, 1907, baa dulv giren. Given under my 1mm clerk of the said court, this 6tJ? ?iff December, 1907. T. A. HARMS, ObI dllhriw WHITNER & SAC? \\ ?S^?K'h$??2L Undertaker?, and Emba?a, No. 719 liain 81, ttei icksburg, V?. 'Phone ?croM from Exchange Hi and next to Western Ui office. Telegraph and teleph order? receive pnytiTpB ftj Hon. Open day and night, John F. Scot! HARDWARE AHD BABDWABa Sr?OI*M"TJsi MaJn St., one door below Oboe? \ laee*firo. roll lins ?f General Hardwai Barb Wire, -June, Pistola, Ktt Knives, st?., will be sold at reda pri?es to salt the times, Honef be saved by parebauri?g at ma hsvr '*??*'? ?tAra if wc want reiE mis?. Koral T?It??, Bfii W? Buc*w?Wt?r Vrillas?.. Old '?Saraos Cofia*/ (,l?naor?..Bn Iadtaa Blf WW nwokael (.?asset/By. 4 Pula moot 1 Marshall, By? Caseew. a/? w"**'.