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Schedule effective Sept. 6th, 1908.
Lpave Fredericksburg, Northward:
6:25 a. m. week day?, local; 7:0.") a ir.
dally; 7:21 a. m. dally ;10:29 a. m dally,
local; 1:28 p. m. week day?; 6:80 p.
m. dally, local; 7:01 p. m. daily; 10:09
p. m. daily.
I-eave Frederlcksburg. Southward:
6:55 a. m. dally, A. C. L train; 6:01 a
m. week days, local; 8:28 a. m. Sundays
only, local; 10:36 o. m. dally. 8. A. L
train; 12:49 p. m. week day?, local; 5:96
p.m. dally, A. C. L train; 6:.r?8 p. m.
dally, local; 9:06 p. m. dally, 8. A. L
Local from Washington arrive? 11:01?
a. ni. week days.
Arrivals and departure? not guaran?
W. P. Taylor, Traille Manager
C. C. Cox, Agent.
.Potomac, Fredericks
burg and Piedmont
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i'unim-tloiiH ?a Knsl^rii'knl'iirir altli K. t. Ji 1'.
K. K. auil liarvUiiil. U'Ianarv ami Mr^inii? lull
? i? ? .1 \l nriiuiri' ?>IIti SeutluTii li. 11. nuil
t lirw?ivi?ke A Ohiu H K.
Tha niil.v line to th*> l tiiiiiit'lKirnvllle itinl w il
darses? BsjttsfBsMa,
KmUtii Htasdard Tim*. Mall* ?leset Simitar
w.u. ituHARns, ?jes aaaaaoar.
Upright Piano
Thin inntrurueiit of rt>*nitnbl>
ruakp, is full size, ami we
gaatraatee it.
This is a BIG BARGAIN.
BatabUeass] 1842.
aog B. Broad St.. Kacbsaond, Va.
Miss BobsrtS Claude Street, daughter
?it Mr. W. 11 Street, trensmer ?>f Fesex
?SOBStf, was uiarrie?! t?? Mr. TboBESs
l.atluirr Kiiete, un Saturday alternooti,
Oct. .'list, at "J o'clock. Tbe ceremouy
wan Boaasaaiaed at Bpassss Baptist
?CESSEE by K v John \V. Hundley, ?if
1'? c itnoki-. jld The church win ?daeo
rated with chrysanthemum*, tt.e color
acBSSES BStag tr.een aud wuite.
Froniptly at the appointed hour the
bridal party entered the church to th?
?strain? of Lubeugriu's we?dln? march,
skillfully tendered by Mre G? orge K riete,
?il l'uniiMv lli>* The ushers, Mr, Coula F.
Koane, Ur. Johu Hundley, Jr., Mr.
Gregory Reynolds and Mr. Kot? ri (?ray
Dlllard, were the flrt-t to enter. They
were fo.lowed by two iittie tl ,wer girls,
Mia? ht'a Hro?ik Newbili uud Vlies
?Catherine Ward Stiff, daiutly BOWBSd In
white, with I ?ht green ribbons. These
ilttleglil-i nattered white chrysanthe?
mums al-mg th?* air-le. Then entered the
maid of honor. Mire Mary Orville Sireet,
aiater of the bride, followed by th.- brl?ie
leaning ?-li the arm of her brother, l>r.
W. H rtreet, by whom i-he WES k'.veii
away. Th*y were met at the altar by
the groom with hie I?-?; man, Mr J. W.
The biide wan attired in a tailor made
gown of rich wine colored bruai cloth,
and carried a ehower bouquet of bride?
The maid of honor was dressed In
white Pari? chlff.m and carried white
Immediately alter the ceremony the
happy couple boarded the Norfolk
eteauier at Bowler? Wharf for an ex?
tended tour. They were the recipiente
of many handsome and useful prssssts
The bride is one of the moat aero m
?ilihhed young ladles of Essex, aud is well
known. The groom is the eon of the
late Auguntu?. Kriete, of Baltimore.
Those preeent from a distance were
Mrs. W. J. Newblll aud Mrs. M?D. Lss,d
I r vingt on; Dr. C. F. Newblll and Mrs.
James Payne, of Norfolk; Mrs. F. W.
Stiff and Dr. W. H. Street, of Richmond;
Illas Jde Moore, of King William Co.
Miss Mary Mctihee, daughter of Mr. A.
Mctihee, died at her home near Chancel
lorsvllle Tuesday, Nov. .'), aged 52 yeara.
She la survived by her father, two broth?
ers, M. L. McUhee. of Spotsylvania, and
George MiGhee, of Lai* aster Co., and
four sisters, Mrs. Ella Gardner, of Pleas
antvill?-, N. J ; Mrs. Harriett Lambert,
of Washington; Mrs. Mattie Chewning
aud Mrs. Oliver Griffith, of Spotsylvania
Co. Tbe funeral will take place Thursday
at .'I p. m. luterment in family burying
groend. _
Bev. Dr. Sparks W. Melton, of Augusta.
Ga , haa bien called to Freemason Street
Baptist church, Norfolk.
Mrs. Geo Frailer, sixty-two years old,
died at her home, near tipper * lile, of par?
alysis. Hsr husband,two sons and three
brothers eurvlve her.
The barn of C. N. Sullivan, pear War
renton, was destroyed by tire Sunday
night, with several tons of hay aud a
large supply of corn. No insurance.
While being taken to Warrenton from
Bristereburg by Constable Bryan for un?
lawful shooting while at a meeting at
Catletts, a young negro made his escape
at the depot at Warrenton and, securing
a horse, made his escape. He was pursued
but conld not be overtaken.
Mr. W. D. Richardson, of Richmond,
OTOS here Tuesday.
^(?c^?^.r thin ?mall pnce C. If. Jon??
?fters yon e. lame good white hod sptoad,
really worth$1 ?l. Jone*' prtee89ctB,
Only SO of tosan, so com i quick.
Mr. .1 B Hudglne, of Spots.? Ivai.la
wan In Rlchmoud Tsoodo/.
I'mbrella Rargalii?On alie center table
on Jones' tir?t l! mr we have pill,| a lut
of umbrella?, running lu price? from
$2.50 to $9.78 Y'<u tak? ???ni cholea
Have you ?een the Maline vest? No but?
ton?. At l.ower.v I t'li.'n.
Your attention leeallsd to tlv Ioa| erial
Model Piano In H.Wallace Oaroor A '' ?
window. It to artistic end I
every respect.
Dr. and Mr?. F T ?'???- da have r -
turned fr m theii s i Hi g trip.
Bos too larfght f ?. -u otoek ol beootlful
and desliaba? silverware, latest pi -
Mid patterns In sterling nod quadruple,
tl tt and hollow ware, at * lie lea ling his -
?l?r? store, II. ? Norria
Mir-? Lawleos Bcrimsrer, .f Bbstn/?, t? a
gaaestof her anut, Mrs ? A Wright.
If . "il want tl. ? prottieel bal ?."
ever -euli go (.. \i > ? 1) \] Suitli A I Jo,
III -tvl.r. I at?, li'rtiit fin as ?tt? re,
plu ne?, rll.ti m? etc L ?nk at11
bet?re pon basing.
Maw Edoan Fitilirgh I? ague?) ?! her
taster, Mrs Joo. Dautel, la Wa-hlogtou,
Come ami sss the late-t In ladl -
?uit?. cloaks, ekirto, anllHner? ar.d dress
goods It i? a privilege to ?hi?
braut'fill Mlle? nul JOO will ohrlge us b,\
oonslooriOaj tin? a perennnJ it.? tati< n to
call TlieT. N l'eut S-,ire
Bi-Maji r T P tTavUace ?oted here
Tofsdajand lefl Inter la tin daj for
Hlosl n
Wnlideifdl ?air? in Join t>' reai!.\ In? ear
department, so much so that we bad to
Het two mor.- lit:er? in Ofier I I ca 'he
work ont. Brer* daj are ay. t ?e suit?.
IP ?\ skirls, lew Uli lin r\ VVs ??ttllt
y 'iir patronage You want tie BOWSWl
goods M ioweai pri?re. Jones bos them
Mr. W T. Smith went to Wldewnter
to take a photograph ol t Is - Wight
Wnller bridal party
If you waat an honest, reliai?!? watch
at tbe lowest poasihle price, i one and
seeoor line, which Include? a ?plendid
varlef of the latest ill lt)ilie?'itfid ni-ritle
mm'? wotcbes. The IroJtng |sw*??rj
?tore, 11 K Norrio.
*n>* Mssese BrnxtoD, of tbts dtjr, su?
W. A Momure, Mi*? via? W*Slisies and
Mr. 0, B. Wallace, of Muff ird, 1 fr lues
daj for Wrdewoter to ottobd tb< Wifilit
Waller wedding.
When yon want a beautifully tJalshed
photograph and eoneet tanteases of aoU
or family, tne thoroughly equlppnt l'r?ii
erlcksburg Davl? Gallery 1? pr. pared to
m?kelt. All Work guarantee tir?1- las?
In svery respect.
('apt. R. t Vane, through his B
u v, Mr. W. W. BotBoer, ha? Instituted
suit against Mr. K Ii Beflin, in I he 111
curt court of Bpotsy Irania count] 10 re?
cover certain alleged over i barge? Hi
erecting certain buildings on 'Ian
Tootsies.Fluffy kUotS.1 h ico ?(?? K1-?(.
and Nutlet?, the r?'W ami pep : ?r on I?
at 90c the pound, at Braaoao -.
Mr. A. P De rapas* attended the
rup* ?'.le of tli? Crescent Mar I actorlog
I'ouipauy of Bavltleaors, and *?? gb: \>r.?
heavily In hi? line, which he w II place on
?ale in a few day?.
You may not tie fortunate ?tioogh to
ever tlnd a d liar, but we mai b Ohasl i
save you a dollar or so In haying all
your {swelr/ from S. S Kan man. tbe
Mr. W. L Hraiinan left lor N ?? \ k
Weiluesday on a bu-ii'e-s t i? to
eiiase goods.
Whv B it own a rellabie ? kteb? Ws
have them in gold, gnliMil!. 1 ? i .
nickel, and cari sell ?ou'lie n 11>?- r1?h'
priiv. AH fullv guar? nt-.ii Ii. - - ki. ?
man, tbe j ?welor.
Mr and Mr? A H.Cii-m ?O?], of Spot
syivaula, C. H., werehtr' t?s oeoda*.
Judge K H L CadeheeterWl B/ednts
day for l>ee?burg, where b- *ill be a
gue?f d (apt. Arttmr (blehe-'t .t.
The Steamer Mi.Ici W. G ii danao did
not leave here ?TedneedPJ oo regmar
schedule 00 account ol theatm lal Inspec?
tion, but will leave Friday at 1 1:50, ta.ua.
Huntsra Shooting Tama Turkeys-Death?Ra
turnsd From India Personals
Ma?saponaa, Va.. Nov. ?'! 1908
Hunting ?eafon began yesterday ami
the woo!? and hill echo with th? sound
of musketry. Careless a?;d indifie-eiit
huntsmen are a menace to the commu?
nity, never hesitating to tire leto locks
of tame turkeys, killingthechoicst, after
busy hou?ewlve? have labored for
months to raise them.
The young child of Mr. Torn Rolier?ori,
of thl? place, dledSundayand wa? burled
vest, rday In tli ? family burying ground
near Mr. C. Ii. Cropp's.
Rev. Mortimer Clarke, formerly of
Bpoteylvaula, uow of India, ha? arrived
In tbe State and Is now a guest of hi?
parent?, Mr and Mrs. (ico W. Clarke.
Rev. Mr. Clarke has been absent ?even
years, laboring In foreign mi?
sionary li'M? In Central India
He has been accompanied through the
seven year? of hard word an 1 privation
by his wile, an accomplished lady of
Seattle. Washington. The many friend?
of Rev. ami Mr?. Clarke are glad to wel?
come them home after their long absence.
Mr.Curtis Blscoe and Dr. Stiff, of Fred?
erlcksburg, are gueet?of Mr.T. A Fra/.^r
and eiij ?ying several days hunt.
Mrs. L. R. Colbert has returned from
Richmond, where ?he went to !?? with
her sister, Mr?. Mullen, who ha? been
quite sick.
Mrs. T. A. Frazer and M!s? Mary San
ford were guests Sunday of Mr?. J. Y
Mr. and Mr?. L. P. Chewnlng, of Part
low, were guests at "Riverside," tbe
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L Fritz r, last
Miss Lilly Palmer, of Washington,paid
a living visit tb father last week
Mr. James R. Evans brought in from
his Spots., Ivanla .'arm a dOflOO ears of
corn, all of which measure 12 inch?s and
are splendidly tilled. He makes this year
120 barrels ol corn.
The Vote for Police Justice a Tie
Between Dannehl and Goolrick.
Tin? electi.ill I'll-e lay pasn-l off quiet?
ly, without a dillii'iiltv -if any kind ami
with th.- StSaOSt food hum -r prSTBlHng.
TESTS was ik ltk-ye crowd around the
?mils all -lay and the local eoBtSSi for
police justice ?uve ikii lEtSrsat which Is
not oftsfl eet-n In a pisslasatlal election
This contest betwe.-ii Mr. Henry H.kii
nchl and Mr. w. K. Qoolriek resultad In
Dbebsb! oarrjli g ta i Lo war Word bj 38
iiihj ?rlty am! G.iolrlcL. tEsUppsr War?!
bj H8 llilkj'ility. malin? a tie. euch n>
eming 848 ?otss la dty. W. i?. O'D ?n
lie I r,,| Ui-il .'! rOtSS; - III I'ppei W'ar?1. 1
lu C iwsr,
Tests wsrs 700 votes pohVd hi ths
?ity. 851) in I |i|ier ?? ard ati-l .'III In
Lower Ward. * ?f ibsss Bryan rsaalvsd
?BUS, 100 m Uppsr War.) and !'.> ? in Loa
?r Ward l'-.f' reestred 252, 1 i7 in I ?>
per Ward and It)."? In Cov\ir ?Tard
ilokilii. Prohibition. ?_' In UpwWanl.
Bryan'i ?ilurality 189 Jones, Democrat
for Cobs res*, rsesl red I'll vote-, 220 In
CpparWard, _? 1 I Lowsr WHyd Wiss,
l:.-,.-.ilil'. -k i, 128 I ppar War.!, p?'.? Cower
?Tard, Jons?' majority la dty r.iT.
It will ba -*kii thm Bryss nul Taft
*srsscratched hy OSrotsrs, Ibsy BBi
lag only rii-iw.i r.'iT votssoBi ol Too
cast. This is lbs hinalle-?t 1>, inoeratlc
msjority svsr given In Frsdsrtcksbnrs In
a presidential election, Bad tha smallest
iniij irity given CiillglaSSniBn W. A
Jones since In- ha? lie^u In OoBgfBSS
The vote In detail for p iHcs j lattea to!
I"??: Cpper Ward Qoolriek ?96, Dsa
?.-M 158 I. -wer Ward, Pali .ehl 190,
Qooirict 152
Bryan's inajorlt? in the State IsSBtl*
mate.l at 80,000
AH of tbs pr?sent Congressmen srsrs
reel.-ii-.l ri?' DsBaoersttBCoBgrosslons!
iio:iii-ii?-s ran ikh.-ail of Bryan In ?II of the
TSB pr.-clneta In this county ?ive
Bryan 71 an?l Jones 92 BMaJorltlas. I wo
to :i?-ar Iroin. which will not materially
alter tin* r- Mjlt
- wmi.isi:.
Bryan. Taft. -Jo?as, ?! las
Port Boyal, , 52 26 60 19
MossNsek, 42 19 is 18
li?. rUag?rsrs, 108 62 128 \2
The county ?Ive? Brvan 182 Tall
320. Joass b?S5, Wiss255,
Six precincts out of eight gits Bryan
Mi'T.'laft 124, Bryan's msjority 208. F?.r
Congress?Joasa 861. Wiss, 96; ik inaj ir?
lty of 265 fur Jones. Bayneiville and
W arr.-n?vllle, the uilssin? prsctBCtS, will
??v.- tbsD?mocratie tteksl Ebont fort?
IMi?lMoM. t ?il M \
Cor PrssMsnt- Bryan, 888; T dt, 205;
Bryan's maj irlty, 133 For i ungrsas
Joins, lln; Wiss, 132; maj r 11\ foi
. 278.
Brian. Tikft. Ji ii - Wi-?
I! .-.. r.m-?. 56 _'-'l 61 18
Tappabann m*Ii 96 ?_".? 1- 0 -'7
L'oyds, ?'!?'. H 89 12
Loretto, ?;'.? 28 70 22
bstsbobI i-f eight prseiacts(Ira Brvan
I'.E.Tikft 111; Hrian's m.k] rT>. :: i I
Pur Coagrrsa?Joaws, 185; Wl?n?, 100;
?naj irit.v tot Josas, 885. fh.- uil-slinr
preci?is srlll Incrsnas the m ?j ?rlty ol the
I?. Iihicliktlc caiidt'lates b.t BOOUl "ivty ?
MUM III Mill 111.?Ml
Bryan.410-Taft, 185; Bryaa'a ma
; ? ri'i ?_>_'.Y ror CoBgrss??Imbm 160;
Wiss, 1 15; Jo:.?--?' n.nj ?rltv, 315 Jones
earrbtd arery precinct In lbs four N -rih
em Neck counties, ssd lad Bryan ikt saca
of them.
M.w i*o 1:1 SEWS
Neu [i irt Nswa gars Bryan ?- msjority
of 297 sod W A Joass t?r ftingressa
inHJ-irity of 265
Improperly marked ballots w.-re
thrown out by the aeOfS.
i.i.i/.vi-.i i ii ? 11 \ i mn.
EHl kli'-th I'ltv ciiuntv vote w HH Bryan,
579; I'.kff, 243, Joass, 669; Whs?, -'?".?"?.
?.i m i EST KB
Bryas359majorityaad W A. Josss
426 majority.
ma nu ? s,
Bryan's maj irlty 180;Jonee, 428 inn
M III I II \ M I* I <?<!
Northampton county as far as ascnred
givsa B-yan 851, Taft \?2, Jones 849,
and W!?e 128 The total vote will
probably Is* Bryan, 600* Taft, 225.
l EUX.
Bryan. 864; Taft. 184. Onagra*?
Joses.898; W is-, l?t?. About one-half
of the total rots tsrssd <>ut.
Mllllil I hi I
Bryan carried Middlesex by 241? ma?
jority; Joins, 266 majority.
m. m\?.
The Democratic majority in Accomac
is 1 Mil?.
?VA l(\\ Il k.
Hryau, IOS; Taft ?H; Jones, 101; Wise
Congressman Jone? wa? re-elected by
a handsome majority over Wl?e, Repul?
I ican.
Pl in DOB.
B'yan. Tall. Carlin. (iregg.
Qrtts, BO 22 57 14
Brooke, 9f 68 $8 ."?.'1
Stafford C. H , 27 7.'? 81 T-,
Bosevlllc, 45 70 47 70
Uarwood, 72 68 7!) M
Falmouth, 68 88 66 86
Hartwood, 68 86 61 60
White Oak, 86 68 14 Is
Stafford Store. 42 .'17 17 88
Taft carrle? county by 07, Carlln 7. ,
At Falmouth Chatin received ?'{ votes
for pre?ldent.
King (?eorge C. H.-Bryan S."?,Taft 01,
Carlln 1? 0, Or? gg 51. Bryan and Carlin
carry cti.nt* by 100.
Brvan 1,210, Taft 247, a moj irltv of
889for Bryan Congre??, Carlin 1.8W
vote?, Uregg 78 Carlin's maj -ity 1,
Bryan .14."), Taft 186; Bryan's major?
ity ISO. Carlln polled 4?1, Gregg lo.'l;
Carllu'n majority .'UN.
Nine pecincte out of twelve In Louisa
The Conway, Gordon & Garnett
All torrespondence promptly anawered in sealed envelopes.
Handsome lithographed check books presented to each customer
Merchants' business cards placed on th< ir checks.
a* Bank Open From 9 A. M. to 4 P M. m
Ifrfs Brvan 860 ?tiaj-irlty lab1 CKHln 400
! majority.
I'HIMl. Mll.l.l.WI
Bryaa bas about 700 maj ?fit] la
Prises William Carlia's majorft? over
tire??, for CoBgrsss, betwesu 700 and
? i i i-i i-i it
Bryan 1,000, Taft I 10. l'arllh. for
Congress, rarrled the eonnty by ai si
ths BSBM aa t lie Bryan \, it.
six atesaseis out of ssvsa bj Orangs
county irivc Bryan .'!1^ maj irity au?l
("arlln .l.".?'. majority.
i \<?i li I
St-vents-eli preeliicts in' ol tWSSty-flvS
glvs Bryan 1.240, Taft .'188 a najnrity
lor Bryaa of 861. This win in- scrVawd
to '.nut Btsjodty for Bryan, s it li lb*
IsJt rotssIncreased tn WO. < ir?n f?n
CoBgrsss. TSjB BBSEd ol Bryan, k i?l ECS
about i.otio majority.
('iii?r. ssinini ('arlln for TS-ds los ha?
a very large majority OTcrGreg . Bspflb
rOBSISSSHiai 11. C Mayna- , Peino
crat, for r?-el.-i-tto:i-l.f.-at.-il flr asr, Be
piitilli-an. In a ;/ io.| ii-.'ij irlty.
In tbs Third district Congrea*! lanJobi
l.amti, Democrat, wss n ?lei ? I bj a
large maj irli.\ u?sr hi- Bepnli ean "??
l>-.?.i-Iit. John (i. I,nee.
In the l'niirtli dlstrlcl C ingreaamBP P.
B. Lssdter, Democrat, had n ? oppod
tioB fol re-en ctl II
P HlgfSSSniBII I' W. Sm n l-r . Ptin
??rat, WBS r- ? l.-.t? .1 In tbe Flftl ?ii-tri. t
ove?' Parsons, B pnbhVan, i-v m-out 600
msj "ity.
CoBgwssmsB Carter Ulssw, Democrat
CErrtrd Blsth district by a bit/ msjoritj
ni-r hi-? Bepnblli an upi
Congreasman Jas. Hay Demo rsl
m elected In the Bsveath district, riefest
Im/ ble Refmblleaa compet?) >r by a
aplendld maj ttity,
CongreaemsB fllsmp, Bepublktsn, was
rs-dectedIs tbs Ninth Vlrsiuia District
by a majority ofaboBl 8,200.
Beautiful Church Wadding at Wirtewater
? i lllion thapei' at Widewater, Ii
Stafford county wae tbe seen? ?fa beau
loi wedding on Tuesday, \m ober 3rd,
at noun when Ur. William !,??? Is Wight,
id Richmond, le i in the altar | ies MellW
Las Waller, dnuehter >?'. the leal Col. nod
Mrs, Wither? Waller, i f "CMft?. n,' oeaai
N1? idswnter Tl *??? i?'*
? ti B BurwslL
Tic onlj ,1 Ata arsis Ml ? Mildred
Plcketl Waller, sister of toe I Hde, wb i
wna lbs oiaJd t Ii ?aaot oaad I K C
Wight, of Klcliiiioini, wba ait' I as best
in HI
lii ? chiiri h wos beautifally lecorat-Hl
arith ferne, yellow chry san then nans and
candle? in broa? ? .? rlslahravs s ?thy? How
?b kdes
The bride .??nu'In aritb ber brother-lo?
an, Mr. Alfred J. Pake, bj abosa soi
wa? given In Baavrrlaajs
The iirhie? eoetooas ? oa ol ? bits
de chine trianaaed arlth sntia ami real
[rieh crochet lace, prince-- u ah with
long train, veil enngbt ?nil Boavrts
?bower booquel ol lllle? of the ? alley.
The anold of honor wore yellow roils
over pint tnflsto avod eauriel
TaMoivoniel was Mr, Lout? .V.ltr.-l.nf
Man] singan I weddl ig .
ri cetra 'I
After the eereanonj a wedding break
haot aros ? reed to th? i i and
Inter Mr. and Mr-. \. ig it i for on
extended wedding toor arotrh will in
clin!?- a trip to tbs Reroaodo l?!an?l
11 pon iba r natura they will l ? at bosk
ai 11*02 Honorer areno? Kiel >? ?n !
A along the guests frost adtsi u?es arers
tbetollowiogi Prora Biebaaiin I, Mr Bad
Mr- K I V.rgl.1 Mr. II. I' V kgbt. Mr
and Mr-, Ltowoo I Aatrtoa, Mr Q I
Wight, Mr ?ii'i Mrs Cha? P Pardwell
Mr. ami Mrs Wm II Venabl* M' I
Mrs. Frank T t'rinnp, Mr. and airs .1 .
\ Moiicure. Ur an! Mr? V. I l.a'rd
Mies Mary U, Jobostoa gis? Jstaanel
Morris. Messrs Jobs A. Brluir-, JuHnti
P.Akelton, R Mossis No'tina W. U.
Tri ' ji. Loots W.-ltz I. P. J. .M h -r. Win
i'ha lera < ho?. K Krananre, i .1 K'i-i
ker, X 4> .1 toes Prom Wasbl igt? a Mr,
and Mrs J B. Church, Mr nod Mr?.
Melville Church. Mr and Mr? Paatteeaon
tuim. Prom Alexandria Mrs Kate
follar Barrett, Mi??es B.irr-tr, or?
John Poster. Prom PredVrteksborsj,
Msaoes Braxtoo, Mr Q |; WaUoce,
Maraes Cald?eii, 8/esl ilrgtalo; Mr.
fleory W, Moneare, Washington !>*?
Ddrereity; Mies Lina Strlbllng, Mark
ham, Va.
Small Cfowd Mr. Caton Makes AdrJuss Mr T
L. Hunter to Take Law Examination Dissatis
faction Ovw Hunting Law Court Procsedings
Tbs November t>rm of th>* circuit
Court ?ol Kin? Georgs commenced Mon
day with Judge J. ft Mesob presiding
ami Clerk K L. Hunter at the darks
desk The ? lurt was In session but afew
hours and the business transacted w as
small Court adj turned at 1 p m. until
Wednesday, when It will be rssflBBsd and
there are Hev.-ral criminal cum s to be
tried. A special grand jury wax . mpiu.
eileil-wlth Mr. Allan Smith foreman, Bad
brought in one Indictment agiliist
LstbaT Kay for felony.
There was not a h mid red people pr?s
?rit hindi Interest was evluce?! In the
election. Hon. J. K. Caton, of Alexan?
dria, aildreseed the voters in the court
house. He was Introduced by lion
Henry T. (?arnett
The cutting short of the hunting sea?
son Is attracting more attention than
either politics or crops. Vmi CEBBOl
shoot birds lu King George until aft-r
December 1st. This action of th? Board
of Supervisors was taken In the fa? e of a
petition by 180 citizens of the e ninty,
who are sal?! to pay 70 per rent, of the
taxes of the county. Thlspetitlon aeked
that If the season was shorter.?<1 Ja-u
ary should be taken of! Instead of No
vember. There Is much Indignation and
it Is said legal proceedings will Is- taken
to test the legality ol the actio:i <>f the
board. It Is understood that two of the
board, Messrs Caruthers and A-hton,
voted Uf and Mr. Berry against tie
short season.
Mr. T. L. Hunter filed his application
to the court to take examination before
tliH bar examiner? In Richmond for
license to practice la?". Mr. Hunter i?
popular with tin? DBOpas of King Oeorgs
He in a young man of fine mind and h la
hoped he ?ill be 000 ?'"?-fill. If he parses
he will practice in King George
A SIXT i I'll! Mi [I HOI!
Mrs. J. Q. 1'omeroy, of King Qtxarasa,
had an operation performed at St.
Luke's Hospital, Richmond, last week by
Dr. Edward McGulre. A tumor was
taken from ber which weighed lit) pounds.
She Is getting on well.
i 01 irr r-uixTUHM;?.
Duplicate list of writings admitted to
Clerk made report of eight Unes,
amounting to fltC?Q.
Sheriff made report ol no prisoners In
Witnesses recognlaed to appear.
Ha la at lohnt Hopklnt Hospital Taking ths Nat
Dr. J. Edward Tompkln? Is at Johns
Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. There
has been but little change in his condi?
tion since he left home. He Is taking a
rest cure, Is not allowed to set up and is
wheeled out each day and takes sun
baths on tbe big porches. He expects to
be back and resume his practice about
Thanksgiving Day.
Rev. Dr. G. H. Ray will preach on
"Ghosts'' In Asbury Chapel next Friday
night, Nov. 6tb, 190?.
Democrats Close Campaign With
Rally and Smoker.
The Demoernte closed their campaign
with n rally and aoaoker M the coon
liou-e Monday muht, Baader los ao?pi i -
of tbe City Committee and (he Bryan
Ken JotteS club, and it WOO tbe ncist
enthusiasticmeeting ol the .war. At
7:80 Itreworks were Bel "if from too
eoortbouss ripiare ami oftat I hat the
I'Mwi ?nil i' 'l tin' coorthooss to boat
thespeoking The b?iUdlDg was crowd
?d, ail of tbe seats being iKeopaad, with
a number nl p rs< ?na ?1 ending,
Col i: I? Cole preaid-daud Mr. W. I)
Scott was ???r lary I'?1. Cole lo calling
the meeting to orrlei n adenfea sttrrtog
. tt,and ?n Introducing the ?p?nbers
tnail ? plesvaaiil remavrka ? t ? as i
A portion of the Coil *>? Orchestra
fornishsd mosfe between each ol Uas ad
A largepletare of Brytaa aad one ol
Kern adorned tbe wall bock ol ihe pta*
foi III
MaaorH Lewis Weilace wee tbefl si
speaker and blsreanarks arrreli abappi
st \ le
Dr..I Garoett King ma > an tloqusul
oppeall n the Democratic ticket,
Mr. n 1*. WUlis raotlooed the BDwerj
voter tu be wore of the noms i f W I,
Jooee, a - r.:u mon, bol to rote loi
lion. W \ Jomo, and spoke with spirit
lion (. D'Conor Ooolrick maie a
splendid praseotatto i ol the |i, roocrorlc
and ? passionate appeal for it
support, im rspwrssd ?lih avmusingao
sed?te? He cia'geii tin- Re pn hi leans
??lib the reep nsibility for the rae it
I anlc
Mr. W p Se if rea I 'in address on
th- tsril, which bedemoBstrsted es tbs
qBSStfon "' P?? ii >ur an l ad vis d the a?.
polatment of si ommissloo by the [.r.--1
dent of Ire Democrats and loar Kepsbl -
CEse to be s trlbBBsl simllsrto ths In
ter-t-k'e Couimeree Commleei?>n for t(?e
beariagol petitions lu relerems to Ib?
Mr. .la". B. Kawlliigs said h- was
proiid to be Introduced as es b Imlrer nf
\lr Brj an. (le ; nid ibe candidats an
? tributs snd sppesled <?> D?mo?
crate t-i turn nul ik-nl vote the ?Ahoi
il m Uraadlle K Swift was the last
speaker He made Epohsl <-l Inetrurting
the Totsrs press?t la the nrnthods lob*
ole-erved in marking the ball it? on eh? -
tl IB du
(i od cigare were handed sroasd l?Ws
wa? pi.-iity of sBthadesm and all - I ths
addr.--??--. were vlg; roiisly appl kU?l??l
i __
The?/ intend Two Houses- Stole Money in One
'1 be bomee ol P. M. Kay and J. C
Oran! were entered Ssturday nighl hi
l :,- \ secured from Kaj f'i'A m
monej ends sUrerwaofn The thierea
entend through the kitchen window,
went up a taira in tic room adjoining ili?
on.- in which Ko v and li;-. \v if.- were
ng, went through the bureau and
m > an -I i In lick nl -i o|M*n>*d
id- ? I ?Id's bank and took tbe money
Kaj thiuka be ai . wi recbloro
formi d?*|it late Monday morn?
ing rhere was a strong -"I rofcholo
foi m in tbe loom
Tbej -1 lh?*ms?*lvea to aome
thing local.-it (?rants tiOBBS and CEI
rsd bis ase up stairs, wlni? they i.-ft it
Henry Robiuaon, suegro, wbo mtme
berefrom Richmond eome timuago, was
sum,? ?-t--l Sergeant I'biehester heard
thai In? was around the depot ? arty ilii
morning and al i la Richmond
He secured a buggy end s'ith OHIcer
Ht? m? res H m m it a few minutea be
fore tbe arrival ol acouthbouad train.
which Robinson was saitingto board.
When he recognised the otflcers tbeaegro
? I to run I'otli officers drew th- ir
guns and tin negro threw ap hi? sands.
I'bey took him in depot) searched him,
found the watch with Kay's initials
luarkeil ontstd tbe mosey which bsd
I., en stolen from Kay's house
Berg am i b beater brought Robins o
here on s freight and jailed him. Offices
Stone drove the buggy back.
Robinson finally confess -1 to the rob
M'k.Mtr H. Is-wls W'allscs sent Henry
K-iiil? ?ob, the ii.-gr i who rohh-d P. M
Ka;, hou-.'ou Sunday night, on to the
grano jiir?.
.In-Ig.- .1 T Q "ilrick has drawn the
reuular gra-nl jury for'l hurs lay, Nov. .",
at 11 o'clock Roblases will admit the
charge sad throw bhasrif oa the mercy
of tbs court.
W. P, Hunter, of Frederlcksburg, first
aorgeaot ol ti>?- Virginia Polytechnic In
stirilte. while gollijr to the football game
at Lj ndil urg Saturday fell from astreet
car, striking his head. He was uncon
SCious am! did not regain hi? ?enee? for
f"iir hour? Hi- cooditlOB Isnot thought
to be seri?os. H?-I? a cadet of the third
R-v. J. J. Qeothoot will l?egln a serif a
of ?pedal meeting? at Bethany church,
Unrr1?oiivllle, on Sunday c.ening, Nov.
8th, at 7:80 o'clock. The Bethany choir
will ?l"g special piece? saaOeOrd from
Oypsj Smith Hymnal The subj'ct for
"?iinday night will be "The New Birth"
by Mr. (?enthn r.
On Sunday night, Not IS, at T : - i a >.
fi.eie will be a ?pvci'il hervice lor young
poopjaa. The front ?eats wl'l be reserved
for til? SOOjBOJ people. The subject will
OS "TOS I'.issliiilltitsof the Young Idle"
by Mr. Qenthl sr,
WsdarOOlay, N ?v. 18, Mr Cooper, sec?
retary of the Washington V. M. ('. A.,
irtUspeak. Mr. Coop?? I? oueof those
magnetic tersonalitie?, po?se??lng gifts
all hi? own. I? tail? of thl? service will
In' pulili-hed later.
J sopk .1. (?'iitbner, Jr.,
Preaclu r In Charge.
Ur. Il M ii..I.?met t-has goto to ids
old booias, wanes h? aril] t?e j swd by his
brothers. Ur .1 S. llt Janu-tte, if StBun
II I? .1 irnette, of Orange, and
H. L. DeJarnette, of Princeton, W. Va.,
for a few days hunt.
C. H. Smith's My Grace won the stee?
plechaee, 2 miles, at Plmlico Monday.
Messrs. Ure.n's Essex ran unplaced.
There ?ere 8 starters.
We take this means of Informing our
customers and the trade generally that
we have moved our grain, feed, hay and
fertiliser business to our new warehouse,
opposite tbe Park, on Commerce street,
where we will be pleased to greet all.
BouI ware A Son,
Comme'ce St., (Oppo, Park ) Fredericks
burg, Va._ ol-i lm
The Parsonage Society ot the Metho?
dist Church will bold a Dessert Sale on
Saturday, November 7th, In tbe store
formerly occupied by Mr. E. W. Mills on
i "iiiiiierce street. The sale will open at
10 o'clock. snov'Utllt
To rent farm by competent farmer
living In Virginia. Wm. Kdmlster, 13
Kelly, Richmond, Indiana.
Chancellor MaKes The Price !
Spring' Farming' 1908
Arn?Tl?mi Win* Fancies;, from Lit; to 58 loebet lilgh; Barbed Wire and Staples, Superior Disc Drills, Drag
mu? Spring Tooth Harrows, 'I'd?? Beat Manure Spreader?, The Beet Gasoline Knglnes, 2 to 20 Horse
l'ow?*r; Saw Mills, l'arnii-rs'Friend (orri l)rlllH. with and without fertiliser attachments; the Most Im?
prove?! Cream Soparatore, all sizes; Hand and ILirn?? aad Hiding Cnltlvator?, Farm Wagons, Carriage,
I!u?_'gl?'H, und other Vellido?, Tar Efooflng J';i[?.?r ami Can?, Oliver Chilled Plows, Farmers' Friend Plows,
?fhnrtiH, Chain?. Will Hin k?*t?, Spud?*?, Hoes, and other Farming Implements bought for cash In large
qaaaefsa-e and iHssred at kbe very lowest cash price. REMEMBER THE NAME AND PLACE?
ML S. Chancellor
Wrappers :. Kimonos
Every Lady Has to Have Wrappers
and Kimonos
48c Buys a Full Size Calico Wrapper. 65c Buys a Better One. 98c
Gets a Splendid Percale or Flannelette. At $1.25 and $1.39 we show
Extra Good Percale and Flannelette Wrappers. KIMONOS-In
both Long and Short from 69c to $2.26. The few cuts give
you some idea.
c. w. JONES.
Another Lucky Saturday
G. Frank Timberlake's
Dry Goods Store
A few Great Values for this day only. We want the trade far and near to get
full benefit of these great redactions. Remember that these prices prevail for
thin day only. At closing hour Saturday night at It o'clock they go back to
former prices. Remember t here will be no disappointments during this sale,as
we have a plenty ol these items to supply everybody during the day.
Ladies1 Black Hose, regular Ladies' Good Black Hose
10 and 12 l-2c goods
Ladies'Tan (lose, fine gauze
10c to 12 L-2c value.
Saturday's Price 6 l-4c.
Best Old Hickory Shirting.
Saturday's Price 7 l-2c
Per yard
All the Beat Calicoes, value
8 l-.le per yard,
Saturday's Price 5c per
Good Large Size White
Saturday's Price 69c
per pair
Men's Large Size Colored
bordered Hemstitched
Saturday's Price 3c
Saturday's Price 6 l-4c
per pair
(iood Yard-wide 1'nbleachod
Saturday's Price 4c per
All the Best S U\c Apron
Saturday's Price 5c yd
Men's Extra Heavy Grey
Socks, 10 and 12 1-2 value,
Saturday's Price 6 l-4c
per pair
Ladies Military Hose Sup?
porters, the best 25c grade.
Saturday's Price 17c
Saturday's Price 6c per
All the Best Yard-wide Cn
bleached Cotton, ?S l-3c
Saturday's Price ?c per
Good Grey Blankets
Saturday's Price 39c
per pair
Men's Large Size Red Hand
kercl iefs
Saturday's Price 3c
Gents' Best Linen Collars,
all clean and [>erfect,
Saturday's Price 13c
per half dozen
We don't restrict you on any of these Items. You can buy as many as you want
. as often as you want during the day.
In connection with these great bargains we will give to every purchaser of $1
worth of more'their choice of numerous useful premiums ABSOLUTELY FKKK.
Remember the LucKy Place as Well as the LucKy Date.
Q. Fran k Timberlake
Market Corner. Fredericksburg, Va.
Suits, Cloaks, Skirls and Waists
are the BEST in town, which ha? been proren by the large salee,
which also signify that their
Long Coat Suite from $12.50 to |:i."i. Some Suits left from last
season, worth $12 ?SO to $20, to tie sold ut $? and $10. HATS for
ladies, misses and children from 5<>c and up. Illankete, Outing,
Flannels, (?vUis at the cheapest price? in yeare. Good yard-wide
Brown Cotton, He. Gloves, Belt?, Ruching and Collars. Call and
we can convince you that we are showing the
Best Goods for the Least Money
Isaac Hirsh & Son.
1 A
Pur Ijitiripp-, Colda.Coiigha and
Utiadaclns un unity asMociated
with a coin. Thi? prepa?
ration for cuida Is
Sold Under a Guarantee
Motn-y refunded if reaulta
are not sutiafactory.
Price 25c Per Box,
Druggint, Main St.
Ws print everything from a book to
a via! ting card on tbe power press?e of
the Frss Isaacs. Bend ns your orders
Tbs free 1 ssss.

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