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IN THE SADDLE President Rode Nlnety-eighl Miles on Horseback. WITH NO SIGNS OF FATIGUE Ths Last Thirty Miles of tbs Journe, Through Virginia Was Made In Slec and Rain and Hi? Clothing Wat Frezan Stiff?An Object Lesson Ft? Army Officer?. , Washington. Jan. 14. ? Pr< Roosevelt rode ninety eight c horseback, and when be dlstn. at the Whits House door, nu>r? ??venteen houia after baring d. . therefrom, lie did not ?bow any ed algns of weariness. The object of bis li'ng day saddle, he explained, was to ' to the critics who bave ?onii with the recent ord. r requli.i army and navy officers to take ? siral test, that if a president. Who not la training, can ride ninct: plus in one day without being : ? la bed thereby. It ?amxld not ' much to ask the men ?ho *.'? to be in Ik? !.. t of physical trainir-. all the time to ride ninety m three days." Mounting: his faithfcl rider si jumper. Ros?. Il In freu' o ; House door at 3.3" morning, he dismount? 1 r-.t th. place at 8 40 o'clock that nigh" journey ?as to Wan, back. "Anil Virginia r..:i ter time," said the j - usually in t! ? Wit? the pr?sident were Pr Rlxey, s general of the navy: Dr l son ?nd Captain Archibald Sa of the president's h. On the return trip t miles of the journey ? re made . sleet and rain, while the last Rftei miles were made In almo-1 aeea. Arriving at the Aqueduct I across the Potomac, the president :? fused to take the carriage ?hi waiting there for him When ? mounted his coat and bat ?tiff with sleet and tea, Th. four relays of horses. In leas than an hour after r to the White Hotiie the - changed hi? I, .-, <>-.ttc ! dot ng f. ??venlng dress and appear? .1 illnlngroom. ready for a? heart\ as hs has eaten foi a tost? SHOT AFFINITY AND SELF Mother of Seven Killed By Her Love Who Also Ends Life. Washington. Jan. 14. i had returned to hvr bttabaa ?bom ?be bad separated Harbin aged fast] ?M years of ?even children, v.as shot at, at ber hon.e ta this cit] ?J F Kraemcr. twenty two y nr? < then turned the weapon ? and iutliited wourids wl fatal. ReccBtly Mrs. Harbin I tranged from her husband. Pan bin. a tlons. but for the - tbejr agreed to live ?aajaghstr n. few Imurs alter Kraeruer ?real t,, the Harbin The couple w rarli other's arms after i There ?as ta TEACH USE OF MAILS Newark School? Will Add That to Ctli riculum. Newark. N. J.. Jan II the United States mails, an I tally those of other eoaatj abortly b?cotas a : of education in the pu) ; this city. Host master J..r. baa been adviM-ating this tot time, and the rjatttatttta? of the Imar of education which bas < > . course of study ha-s de, its adoption by the board. Mr. Hays argues that exper the postolBce showed that school eh dren, even in the higher grad- - of the business rajaras? in the hti schools, knew little or notion. the mails. Prohibition In Tenn. Up to Governc Nashville. Tenn., Jan. 14.--The I, to prohibit the sale of all lal liquor in Tennessee passed I house of the general ass.: vote of 62 to 36. The measure pass. la the one favorably acted . senate, and now goes to Governor Pa terson, who. it is expected, will r*1 IL Under the constitution his veto on operates as a suggestion not as a sta and a bare majority may paas a b liver the executive's unfavorable scti. Murderer Sentenced to Death. Wilkes-Barre. Pa.. Jan. 14?Stanl. Naxarko. of Pittston. who recently ?-. convicted for the murder of Mary s, : kowaska, bis common law wife, ?. sentenced by the court to be hanse The prison, r accepted1 the sentence a cool manner and without attering word. 9234,000,000 For Poatat Service. Washington. Jan. 14.- It willTequi' $234.0')" 000 to run the postal servi, fbirtng the fiscal year 1910. accordir to the decision reached by the bou conmitiee in poetofflces and po roads CASTOR IA Por Inianta and Children. Ill \M Yon Han Always Bougi aVcaataxw o'. Uut^yfj^cJU^ For Sale Cheap One 16 h.-p. Engine and Boiler. Farquhar Saw Mill. One Combination Latli Mill and. Bolting Saw. Frank K.Tyler 1004 Main St. yrederickRburg. Va. CORONET FOR AMERICAN GIRL Miss Mills Becomes Countess of Granad Today. WILL BE A QUIET WE00IN6 Auxiliary Bishop of New Nor? Off. ciates at Ceremony at New York Home of Bride's Parcts? Bride groom Is Roman Catholic and Srnje Is Protestant- Four Litt t Girls Act as Bridesmaid?. Jan. 14.?An can girl of asalta ?ill aaj age of Octal Hntaio th when M becom, ?? -.- or marriage to the Karl of tj: ter of the iior^e to King K - ? Mlil.-.. ; ninth str.Ht and l-Vth av raaaaaaaT-1 ^gTJJL ^BafjafltW ?k^^K EA?L OF G1IMRO I will I ? marriages. ? int. an Earl of 0 fan of Qreai Britata I the ?' ? ftciat. .. Foii ? ,,f Mr ? of and m .A Astor. dauc ' FVvrh- - nan. nf I twin ' Mr. and Mrs Mills If was twin. 1). ' ? grandfather bri !?? phi',?; ? SIX BISHOPS AT WEDDING Cererrony By Archbishop. W<t?i Five Assistants Today. Qulgley per' ny, a* Wicht a S;.a; ling, of l*?'oria. !. Ill . Bishop Mr-Fan!, of Treetoa, N J.. and I . the marriage of M.?s manche Platnomlon uf this cltv Bad J Hi m uf Jar.c I 1.-.. former ? State? senator from Ke*a i.?lehrat.- i '.n Holy Na' this morning. A large Bomber of Chh SCO friend-; and relativ.-? of the bride und dride crooni t, and sixty others 'ame here fr..-n Nea Torh and N- warft to attend the welding. PLANS FOR TORPEDO STOLEN Employe of Factory Accused of Tak? ing Designs of Invention. New Tora, .lau 14 li, ? ? :: 11 Lett belt, a former employ.- ..[ .1 Brookljra factory, where proj ? tiles 1-. .Ue government, ?as arraigned in 1-ong Island City in cow?< tion with the al leged larc, tiv o! 1 ktaa and hiss of a new sell propelling toi police s-.iv that tound tid? ing blue pr:t!'- la a suitcase in 1.0b bett's room PROHIBITION IS LEGAL Alabama Federal Judge Declares Act Constitutional, lit Btf, ludir? Tttomaa G. Jones,, of the United States court for the middle district, in an elaborate opinion hell Uta ("nr tnlr-ha.-i prohibition act, , ni. r which this state Is operating ?-<>n-titut?onal. Fired Jail to Escape; Two Dead. j tittle Rock. Ark., Jan 14? In an at 1 tempt 1 > escape from jail'prisoners at 1 Tillar act fir?- tr, tr.e ?tractai? Georg? ? Lacejr r,:id lassie Collins were in? ?er ! ?red hi 'he flamea ' Di'.UNK?K CAMUOT HK <t Kil? by local >tppilcatl aja, as they cannot j reach th- diseased portions of the ear There 1? . n!y way to care deafness, and that Is no constitutional remaille?. IteaJoes? I? caused by an Inflamed condi? tion of tha mucous lining of the rvuatarb nin Tub?. When this tut? Is htiiaaaa vou have u rambling sound or Icii? rf.i-t iwarlng. and when It is entirely closed. Oeafoes? '? th? result, and antes? the 1n flamatlor. caa be taken oat and this tube restored to its normal condition, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are ,'Hused by Catarrh, which Is nothing hut an inflamed condition of the mueuu? surf???.. We will give On?'Hundred Pollars foi any case of t'eafoesa (caused by catarrh i that cannot I* cored by Hall's latarrl. Cars. Send for etrcalars free F J. f'llKNNKY A C<? , Toledo, 0. S ild bv Iiriitmiat?. T."*:. Take Hall? Fatally Pills for constipa lion HOLLISTER'S locky Mountain Tea Muggatt A B??i ?erackw lor But? fusa, 9nsgs *o"J?i atara a?d *wm4 Vlgw. A. ?proM? for ? '.?-oat pat Inn. lii<!'.?w? Icn. IJ??r - . i.-nil??. Kcirtjc?. Impure -.'.. liad llrcao,. SI arid-d IV.?~i? HawCMhr ?VI BSkVkachc. I la aUMfcr MouotalB T?. In UD i, g? c? . . box. QrauiM mco* bj a .i_io*ra? Dst u cowpastt. Jauvitauo, wts, u?LDU. MUetiET? FOB SALLOW PfOPU THE P?QOF la m Its popttlarlty. Ask anyone who ha? ?cad Oowan a Prejw ?ration for Croup. Pmob ?ula rough?. Cold?, and yoa will 1? told It I? a sterling rssaedy?bo tionie ?boald be without it It prevents and curse. 25c . 30c : f 1.00. It U guaranteed. It Is external All dru?nr>t? a>?ep it ta the bom?, alwavs Ray to -lay PLOW FARM TO FINO BODY Sejrcnn? Fail to Verify Girl". Sees? tional Story. Jail !4 Hlgglllg f,u tile s*?!] n'hii.wi ?Jsatt, ?ho ?as - have l.een murdered ou July Harr) Ke.-n.-r. still eattttf. The faltara at Mata Tasser to locate the plai ? ar't.T ?he ?as taken to the - 'arm. has caused some to dis 'iy although, from Keen ? >>rd. many are disj*.. itements ? ore bard was ;>i,.wed up ihre?- or four feet. A pair ralla and a bag found ,i,l marks of blood upon them Th. district attorney has ordered all i> removed from the baru ant the sean h H i ray of her state ment and says that if th- - I up hy Keen ?hi, h. she all?gea he had threatened ta CHARGED WITH ARSON Amo? C'emmons Accused of Burning Armory to Cover Up Theft*. Pa. Ian 11 ta mon? . i hargi'd with burn '. building iast V ,. i - Be ^tell Te! M-hange ?ad enta s the theory that the build ' - FINANCIER GETS HEAVY SENTENCE C. F. King Given Not Less Than 10 Nor More Than 14 Years. ? usai tal agi n' and ?..- eateaccd by ? lea si I than foarteea at ha: - at?. Kin? tad on twenf ment charging him . .iv ?nd embexxleti - I . i lowed a drain?t., nt by King in court atari of hi? ' ghl from Boston a' n Kngland France and < that he ?as inm? ? nt. nt in any of h. snd In closing bis address he a I of se.-retly fig ,t wringing him to finan, a! - NEW HEAD FOR ARMY M. D. S Colonel Tornev Succeed? Br.gad.cr Genera. O'Reilly Today. agi n Jan. 14.? With I .1 i M gi B< ral of the l'nite.1 - . .ige h Torta ..- ai ..?.king ar? le ?iiD! soldlers. t. I Tornev ?as born in Mary and becxrn, -?in in the armv In 197 iiiniaiid of tbe Relief dur xmerlcan ?a: -? n gen TUBERCULAR MILK IN CHICAGO T 10 .sand? of Lives Imperilled. Accord? ing to State Pure Food Bureau. Jaa 14. Milk from c of cowi roadeaxaed on ac ? ciar affection, ha ac in Cbi< ago 'residential d in ?ins the lives of thousands, ac CO: rig to member? of the stat. fc- who are no?- waging a w; Bjai cat'le. sBae in H ? III 111' M i I In ha latpai tors of tta rea . ire traced hundreds of ??trie cot ? ! in the l.ake coaxal tri' was supposed 'bat las tie ? .-n slaaghti SUGAR TRUST ON TRIAL TODAY Inarge of Oefrauding Govern By Means of False Scales. Vorfc. Ian 14? The trial of -? - oi iraud brought by the . veraaset? against the Am.-r .: K.-finlng company was call ? in,ige Thomas I Chatfl-ld Il al district court in fera .k | the government that :.- of 'fixed scales the coin - generally known as ? - af it? ?in . the Inile.l Sl.-.le. rt i.-v.?nues >n raw ..Tv.-, Men Frozen to Death. Pitts Ian 14 Two unknown men ? rrosea to death and many person aa itie cold owing to a ga.i- 'age In this cltv and vioin lly. Th? i ad men were found on the road at swirk near here Kil : By Fall on Pavement. Memp: T.-nn , Jan 14 Charles 1. Lock. enivflve years old. for many ye. - employed on newspapers In th!? ? fi i| on an b y pavem.-nt and stru' no bis bead, dying soon afterward. Ar? yon tired, fagged oat, nervous, ?leepleee, l-l mean? Holllater's Rocky Mountain T.-a ?tn-ngtbena the nerve?, makes dig*-'! m natural, bring? refresh? ing ?leep, build? op the whole system. 98 cent?, T?a or Tablet?. W. L. Bond. CHICHESTER^CO. Pira, Lit*?. Accident aad Health INSURANCE Best Companies and Beet Rates How i Wtt ft OooiHuk Building, Prlaass? Atuse I St.. Kredcritt ?hf ?g V? M WILL SCHAkFfER CONFE?S > OfTvcer? sVallcve H. Killed Crmsnn le ?uy ?VeCd.ng Sting. Alieatown. I** . .'an 14 Tha: N s. ha.-ff. r may confess to the mur der Bf lAK.pold Ermann the Thllaiiel phia j.-w.-lry peddler, ?hose ha< kisj to Bsxsea? was found bu the incubator house on aktaa farm is the belief of his ar-quatt't ar. . s It Is said that ScbaeSer sign? of weakening, and Warden Mar vey J. Wlcaod expresses the opiniou thst the young man Is likely to make a clean breast of the whole affair. The theory of the commonwealth |s that robbery was the motive of th, crime that Si haeffer r., s marriage to Miss H Shuler. and particularly for f chase at tha ?eddlag ring; H lured Krniann to the rear part house, ?here be first str?ng victim an ! ? oaBjaletad the Baas crushing ata head ?1th a club. $161,018,000 FOR PENSIONS Appi-oprat on Agreed Lpoc I* %! .000. 000 Les? Than Last Year. ' I on ap ? than 11 - EARTHQUAKE SHAKES NORTHERN ITALY Widespread Seismic Disturb? ances in Many Towns. I ? : ? .re that Itatj shaken as far north as th the Apena Bes. A undula' ?our ?? .1 T?-i Sho. as ; - felt at V An at at Milan at th? same tin. towns ?ere affected, am A ?tmng , at the town of In:.>la. in centra The bal 11 ,: - tearing a r. -, - from their I state ., ed wi' , pray : :ig Otta of : ri? lar ge ' - many were "a.lly daa Snochs Felt In Austria. ? . Shi?? k and the Tyrol The d-.st.irbai. tended from Barajare. In south? Bonn,a. t.. M- -.ir in the Tyrol other plaies where : dama; ? i PROF. MONROE SAFE Writer and Family Were le U I quake Zone. ?Wll.. , . Jan. 14 Am?-ri. ..:i ai Bl .1 . r .,' !: that I1: family, form suppose.', i, recent! the Westfl. ! take a Normal s, hool in V i It is known tha' was In Msasii .. or near there ? family at the time of the He is one of tha lest known wrtl fl, tiot. ational sub ? this state. BLINDEO: KILLED BY CAR Edison Electricians Couldn't See W"tn They Left Laboratory. I . Jan. 14. tomed to ttM intensity of a ae? on ?bich Um :,k laboratory of Thomas A. ?xanas* Medwin and Charles Sender Edlson d.?? " -I to ace Use headlight of a trolley < ar bearing on them as they left the plant. Medwin was killed and die. Twelve of the lights are being made at the Ellison plant under rush for a merchants' eelcbratloa in Newark on Saturday Bach diffuses 12'. eaaatte power, said to 1,.- the great ever given by on? lamp RELATIVES SUSPECT MURDER Believe Young Bridegroom Was Killed With a Hatpin. Ri?noK> Va lau 14 Balai William ft Aadrarwa the young brid> grwom. ?hose lead body was found swinging fronj a tr.e near town last Sunday after he had been missing a week, believe he ?as murdered. It I? said that l)r Kabler found I small holes in the breast, one of then, leading to tl. heart The wounds ar believed to have b.-i-n made with a hatpin Aged Man Killed By Train. Harrlsbiirg l'a Jan 14 l,rvl Spotts, an age.'. resident of I'nion Da posit, was stru, k and instantly Kill,- I on t'?? I'lo.i.i? ?peda I R, :, Hag ral! way trncks Bear Dem Cttt Southern Railway a. B.?roUovla? ?rb?<lil? ttg?r.? p?b'l?kM m atorva.Mna. and an? bo? soar?. t?ad. sebaii?!? .aw??. Hspt. nth, its?, reala? kwv* WMhlBgto. Iros N.w lain? Basasxa SU a. m. 0.11/?Loral tor Wuraatoa lu ?111., ..d ../ ?talion? 7 ?? a M Li.tlj I,.K-al for Harrte,nt,?r?. ?? ill. m. I.UIr-t nltr.1 RlatM IM Mall rir?Vi-l?w eoai-lai and dravtng re,,?. ?la?(H,r St. New orle.0? lit Bin? ear ?errte? It? p u. tmlXw? WaahlB?*>. ?ad rii.rlil. Uatttad. Throag? ?omSm and ?mm par to Ob? ?aDbla, s.T.aa.k and JacleiBTlIa si??i,?ir to Asgo???. MuR.1 a?nru?. ToartM t.. i ?I di.rols trl-??*kl/. 4.1? p ?v Ici liag.--tAvr.Mor Ham?iB?ars and way ?t??o?? ?. Maaaawu tira?rb. 4.SS p m I>?ll/ -Loe?J lor ? ?rn.to? ?oil ~harlo???svtU.. IS.?? p. a. li.1l/ -!*?. Tort au.! M?a>l>bl> Uatlasf (vt. I./urhbnrs, rtro? rtaa. riwh an? ?aw Pi ?a ??' *o Hiianet.. ?n..i?HM. I'Lal?. ?oog?. Rtrwilngb.a ?.a M??|ibl?i ?nap.? M S?. crlMna. filn1??-r?r ?.mir.. la.4tp.ai Pail/-R?. Ynrk and ?.?. OrlMal l.H?l?ad-AH Palta??? train? ???> and obaar.? ?o?.?ntKi (..? iinniii ?atpir ?i tab.Ill? manta. >?? on?.??, atatpar to barlott* Plalntr-flar a?rVMV.. Tkrotxh ??Im Iro. ?b?s,.otti arrl*? Wash laarwjc L? ? a., aas a, av, Jall/i ?.?p. at. aM I? O p. m dali/. Harrlaeabura 1.19 i ?S. tea* S?/? ?ad t K p.?. Sail/, from ck?i ?utSaavUte, i.i? ?. a?. a?d K.3S p. m. Tick*?.. aU.plc?..^ li?ni?OM, and A??am? ?tona.aoB a?, b. bad .1 tick?? .?Ir?, TOS IS? at-, ?SI II i? ?ud N.? I al.i. SBbMoc a?????? ?wai ?hmugb ir,,? h?tai? .?j n* ?i.i..?. s?b ?arvta?. a B. HUIT. V. P. and Um. Um. ?. a. a.atiwicg, rw rnva. ttax?. W. a. tat LOB. im?, raw. AgM? h. a IIISI tiaml liut ?mmm?m. a. a THE PHIL.G.KELL* DISTILLIHG COMPANY'S STRAIGHT WHISKIES ? itrlibul ol STOVBfi, ?factory priew. Stove IMpeand Elbown. Merchants, write i->r pri<.-??. Furniture < hi?a. Carpeta, Blanket? and Conforta, ?*^ raajiiaajr*?.?--? Richardson's Almanac for 1909 Now Ready The People's Favorite Pive Cents Adam's Book Store Maryland, Delaware and Virginia Kailwav Company, Rappahannock River Line. Schedule in Kffeet December 2'? 190H. r-de&nier? l??v? Baltimore. P1?r'J Light Street, as follow?, weather permit ?ng: Sunday l'J noon, lo? West,and. North Kn,1, Mill Crack. White Storm, Irving ton, Weeni?, Mllienbeck. Burban ? ("rbanna, Monaskon, Water View, Wbintvlton s. Sharp's, Teppahannock Stop? at Knnlfi'i, Ware ?and Wellfnrd's mi return trtp l^eavs Tuesday 4:.I0 p u... for M ciland. ?orth End, aaf 111 Crack, Whit? Stone Irvtngton, Wwiiu . M'.l.entesck. M-rry Point, Ottoman, lloran, Burhan,l.'rbenna. Monaakun, Water View, Whealton'? Bay Port. Sharps, Howler?, Ware's. Well fords, tTappahanuock, N'aylor's Hole, illaniitlvid. Carter'?, I .ay ton?, tLeeda town, Saunder? . Wllmoot, Or?enla? ?. Port Boyal, Port l'on way, H?> Mount. Hop Yard, Ratcllff?'?. FrederL-ksburg Wednesday 4:30 p. m. fur North Lud.Whit* Stone, Burliat,'., Burton's, Wheal ton'?. Sharp?, Tappabanms-k. Friday 4:30 p. m., for North Bad, Mili I reek \\ idte Stone, Irvlngton, Weera?'. xtlllenbeck 14oran?, Q toman, ll.rry Point, Burhan's, Barton?. Monaskon Water View, H hralton s, Sharps, Trtppabannock. (Also stopping at Bowler's, Ware's. Wellford's and Bay Port on return trip i Steamer? leave Frvderlckabnrg fur Baltimore, Mil., and Intermediate landing?. every Thorsday at "4 p. m., (tide and weather permitting i Batcltfle ?, Hop Yard, Hay Mount Port Con way. Port Royal, Or?enla? '?, Wllmont, Baamisrs', Leeds town Steamer stays at l.#ed?towri until 4 a. ni next mornlnir leaves I .?*-.]. town at 4 a. m., Larton's, Carter's. HlaudhVld. kiaylor s Hois, ?.an a. m.. Tappa bannock 7:30 a. m., Welltord'?, War?'.. Bowler a, Sharp's, Bay Port, Wbealtou ?, W-ter View, Monaskon, I rbitni.B, lateM p m., Barban s. Mllienbeck. Merry Point *i:3? p. m., Ottoman's, Moran s, Weem? , Irvtngton, White Stone, MlllCreek, Nortb End 6:30 p. m.. Westland Steamer will leave Tappahannts?k, | ?eathnr permitting,) 7:30 a. m., Monday, Tueaday. Thur?da> and Friday Stnppiiigaefollow?: Weluord'a,Ware's, Bowler s Sharp, l Kay Port, W heaiton's, Water View Monaskon, t'rbanna, 'Barton's Barban?, Mlllenbeck, tMoraa's it r?.mai. ?, ; Merry Point, Irvtngton, Weem? White Stone, Mili Creek. North Knd i Westland. tTuesday and Krlday .inly 'Tuesday and Thursday. 'Monday ami Friday Arriving In Baltimore. Tuesday. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The Friday steamer Is same as one noted above from Fredericksburg. wAPPAiiANV.il K fOBFOl.K ??ave Tappbaiinock. weather permitting. Saturday ?'< p. m., ?tupping at Well ford's. Ware's, Bowler ? Sharp'?, tray fort, Whealton'?, Water View. Monaskon, Crbwiio?, Hort,,i. ?, Kurhaus, MlUenlstck, Merry l'oint. Ottoman's, Moran? Wsema. Irv'.ngt.n, Whit* Stu..-. Mill I r.-?k, Nortb Eti.l, Vte?t?tm1 Returning, ?teamer wlii leave kiortolk Monday H p. m., Woatner permitting tor fappabannock, stopping at land'igs as above, except Merry Point, Ottoman'? Moran and Bay Port, stopping at Bowler's, Ware's and Wellford'son return trtp u Baltimore on Tuesdays. Freight will not be received ?a Norfolk after 9 p. m. oi sailing days. This time-table shows the times at which boats may bs expected to arrive aui depart from the several wharves, but their arrival or departure at the tlmec state. Is nut guaranteed, nor doss the company hold Itself rsspoaalbls for any d.lay o any eonsegusnees arising therefrom. Freight received at Baltimore nntli 4 p. aa. on ?Ailing days W. D. Scott, Agent, Fredericksburg, Va. iVIlX?Bll VHOMBO*. O.n. Man. w. Ml *1>VH M. ?aa. Ft* * Fa*, a ?.altlmor*. Mil Daa 1.". 1 ??" The Leading Liquor and Tobacco House is STRASBIRGEK 4 SON, Freden? ksburg, Va! MAIL ORDERS receive prompt attention. B. J. MARSHALL 1st Largest Wholesale Irscer is Freferickskirt Nearly everything boaght In car load lots and Special lisJucements Offered Town and Country Metxhant? Dealer In Lime, Ocment, Plaster, and In fact every tb log needed by the farmer, merchant or mechanic Also, Bayer of Wool and Brain, ft amasabas I tha naane and place? B. J. M AftBBAIX. fila? :* Oo.'a old stand, last eoata I at lbs det?ot ~-?????????????? We^Wisli You a Merry Christmas. THE BIG STORE W. A. BELL & BRO., Ilotiee ' 'UtfltteTtt, Prederickeburg, - Virgin..-!. Tbeonlj store for leeouard ? ii'ttii?ki'l?' Kefrigt'ratore. - A Wilson Heater - Will Save 40 Per Cent. Of Your Fuel Bill ? - - The celebrated 11 "t Blast Down-Draft creates perfect combustion, the ganes and fumes (40 per cent, of the heating power of wood), ordinarily escapingunburned up Mie chiuauey in other stoves, are all consumed and turned into heat in the WILSON. The Wilson i> the only heater in the world, which aetually burns all of the fuel put into it. The WILSON is air-tight, heat can be regulated to any degree, and will hold a tire for 36 hours. What you save on fuel will pay for a WILSON HEATER in one season. Hums Wood FOR SALE BY GEO. W. HEFLIN. Frederioksburg. Va. Try us For THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOOD SHOES EVER SHOWN HERE Walk-Overs For Men. Queen Quality For Women. Shoes aid You'll Be Satisfied BROWN ? CRISMOND Loaded Shotgun Shells The hunt!lux season is n,.itr at hand ami wn ran furnish the Beat Loaded Sheila fur aval shooting. 1ft ?TtrtT 9 sp? litlt.y of Smoke lfse Shell? and carry Id stock an rMwortment not snr passed In any of the larger title?. Also a complete line of ( ?mis from the cheapest Hingis Barrai to the High Orade Hammer leas. Call?n us when In need of anything Id Sporting Oooda. l'houe 101. JOHN C. WILLIS & SON.