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A> '. Ita" m-fll-LT W TUtWi. ????M M?U --r*? SOS?--? I? ?k? rtrs? ija-s.a? ?.?a ?? sa-ras-j ~>_s'-?ai ?w ut? ?_?___?__ oMk.aH.? ?r ratkali??? ?oMa?? ?_> o.k.? ta-. ??.M. ?S?.. .k.r?_.T.,r .> .>_-.._!! r_?w -.?m aki?__ll>| er ??.?.?S.? ---?I ?a-_* ?"? ? ??? _.?? ?Mi ???I ?rar ?M ?*.?kei.?ka?...a..l...?r ...r_???r ?ko-M S? ?)??????? ?. ??? Vas? kin. e?_4-rt?-e. ??m *? Sr.?-riptiM Si.M far Tsar, il .*>_?? nuiisiiAY. jink 10. lyoy" AI.K\ UIMI K. M ?1.1 UK This ve-ierau journalist ili?l Sun day a? hi? ????uutry home u??i?r Phila? delphia. In his iWkli na* ?il %.!??* old ttiD* editors bit? pitsjssil from tin? sphere of lit??. <'??1?)inr?l VM'l'ire wits a notable tiaTiirs on the ?Litre * hrtlT rsntury ago. II? ?w one of the founders of tht? Keputi?i-ttn party uf Lincoln, <li its*. Sewn.nl ami Gr?.-l??v. bot became distrusted with It und Its iscoastructlon policy ami pr<>. tl????* H* bolted tb? party, joiued stiv in? surgent* ami wim a factor for the nomination of (Ireeley f??r th,? presi d*Ocy. After I ir?elev ?"nt ??own to dafsat, alcilun? became a free lance and an agirreaslve lu?i??p??iiii??iit. He waa lu Krederlckat.urg last year as tb* orator on the occasion of the de?1lcatl?in of a monument to the memory of lien, Humphrey tn th? Nittlonal I euiew-r\. aud lielng too futile t< ? deliver his address. It was read by another. In It he evprvisiod vary patriot!?- opinions and seutl meuts, both from a northern and southern standpoint. SIMUY oBSKKYAM K It Is saltl that a huye body ot the steel workers of Pittalnirg work seven days In tbe ?reek an?l ten hours sTsry day. They are ?imply human machines. Now. the steel trust. It Is stated, ha? determine?! to cat ofT Wie Sunday work?they say from an economic standpoint ?ainilmr that one day of rest will result in six days bsta.tr and more profitable work. Tbe religious side of the matter they ?!?i not bring Into ? onslderatton. D?bbs It ?pay Is the only ??nestlon with tbem. They claim that labor and ssocsty are both lost by not taking off ooe day for rest, bodily rest. Wall, those people an? not very much last, nor very mu?-h better than Abe Hottentots, for thev are t?> ships ex? tent hsatbsos. If tbey believe in a God, In Ute God ot lite Bible, they ?na? tatos ve in th* Sabbath of the saoss Bible, and It thev d<> they must ?bsbetein tbe great cominitmlrneut? ot that Bible, one of wh!. h Is "to keep holy the Sabbath day. If tbey do not batiste this, then what Is tbe dif tsrsttc* between them and the heath? ens who neither know <ir believe tn the Bible and tbe ttsxl of the Bible'' TIES 5 KNOTS AT ONCE Parson Upholds Fame of Bristol as Grenta Green. HIS RECORD IS ALMOST 3.000 With s slasieax<r*pUoa Kev A H Bar ruscb?. uf Bristol Tnseday surpass.-3 anything In his carear, wbsn. with s slugl? ivntmuoj, tu? j?itwx1 tu inarrlasv a?? conpir? wboi-aiii. t?, HrUt.il trom ikiIsu la Vlrirtota Tb- II v. pistty bride? sad left tbair b??uw? n.t?n?lblv to atton.i tits ,-l.j** day ei.nl?*? at Kui.iry and Hsnry Oolaajr? Tb* first tb??. knew that thsy wsre all (lsatlu?d tu bs iii*rri.?d with oos aad tb* ?am* ?-?ramonv, was wtatn the parson start*! tli.in ?id fr.un I ulun depot tor bla alw-.-a Tbla ?vrvmiin; bring? Par?.m Burrouvb'? r?c.ir?1 op to almost 3,000 marrlast*? POLITICAL Mr. Tucksr addr??sed the people ol Qiout-ester Monday. Tbe building was filled. Th? speech ?h el?arcut and ?trong. Nsxt Wednesday at noon the entries lor tbe Ht at? primary will ?BOBS The elecMou will la- bald Aug Ma, an-! on that date tbe ..111 cm for the State for the n?xt tour year? will I?- chosen for -he Democratic ticket. MARRIAGES Ivan Clark, of King and t^.ieen county, and Mabel Gertrude Bo?ch?u wer? llt-eii ?sd to wsd In Richmond Tuesday. Mrs. E. H Hublelt, ot WarrsnUm. an aouncse the engagement of her daughter, B-tae Lawraeon, to C. R. Dean?, former? ly of Albemarle county. The wedding will take place lu October. MlasHu.au Kltihugh Hamilton.daugh tar of Hugh Hamilton, treasurer of Kau unter county, was married to Richard W. Hilleary Tuesday, Kev. K. H Hink? officiating Mis? Janet Hamilton waa the ouly attendant. VIRGINIA GIRL MISSING Abducted, the Virginia authorities ?ay I by a man twice her age, Virgiula Morris, 16 year? old, daughter ot John Morris, a wealthy farmer of Cedanueiv, Va. who disappeared from her home on May i'.'t last, fe believed to be in Washington -u-srtl R. A. Malm??., ot Htauanlville, firrs-rtecounty, ha. airlt??.] then- armed with a warrant lor th, arresto! the al feged abdaetor. The warrant was sworn oat by the nitaalne; perl's fatlier. RAILROAD TIES Daring the year IVOR, the ?team aad ] a fee trie railroad? ot the United H ta Us purchased mor? than 1 \2.tSOO.ooo crosa Mas, ?meting, at tbe point ol purchase, over $o6,l?JO.OOO This was some 40, 000,000 Mea fess than the quantity pur chass? la 1907, when tbe total waa ap peoilmale-y K?3,700,OO0, tbe highest ??_? reeord-d. Tbe Oorporat-oa Commission has la a__?la?-?-rt-?r to tbe Otlbert Packing Cr??sjay (lae ),Kfaaali Jobs Hoagaon, ptfai-??-; O D. Cox. sBtawtarv; K. M. FiB-t-Btiia, tt. ara rar? aH of Eluaafe. flMBwMc Maxima--, $.?.000; mlolmam, ft.600. Object Osaalag baa-? as SUGAR SUIT IS SETTLED Pennsylvania Co.'s Case Against Trust Ends Abruptly. $4,000,000 TO BE PAIO Suit For t_0,OOO.OOC wu Rattle. Out of Court After Being or Trial For Two Week.??How the Trust Close. sn independent Plant. New York. June 9? The i-O.iHW.?iHi suit et the 1'ennsylvanla Sugar K.ttn In? trompan? againat the Anien.au Sugar Refining company, tbe bo? alle?! trust, wa? ???tied out of court. The case bad been on trial for tw. In tbe Cmteii State? district court The terms of the settlement were not made publie Kollo-in? tbe announcement in court ot the ?-?ttltiment It waa ru mored in flnam ial circles that ?> CHK) was tbe amount paid by the trust. Tbe suit ass one of those familiar yet complicated legal moves Institut-?1 now an.1 then by a smaller mu ?em against an alleged monopoly, charging in eft.. t that It bad been driven out of busint-ss. In this case witnesses testified that Adolph Sega: of Philadelphia, controlling p. -? the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining m pany. borro-ed from Gustav A K> ?el $1._'_??.. for which he gave t security .?j.uofl abares of tbe Peon?)! vania Sugar Refining rompa: gt-ther with a voting trust certlflest for tbe same, whlrb was to nia until the repayment of tbe loan. With the power thus conferred upon him. Kissel, it was allege?-. Install..' hlmaelf an?! three of his < lerks as til rectors of the independent sugar rom rany and. having control of the boar! of director?, he passed a remarkabl? resolutton which declared that the then almost completed refinery, wh!? h la aaid to be one of tbe moat e< onomi ral ever built, should not be opened or operated until further order <^f th. board. That resolution, the plaintiff con tended, was drafted by John E. Par ?on? acting a? counsel for the sugar trust, for whom it showed Qastav \ Kissel, the lender, also wa? an agent Messrs. Kissel. Parson? and the three clerks of the former. Tw... Inson and Werner, were made fendants with the American Sugar K fining company upon the conspiracy charge, but on motion of a lawyer ap pealing apecltlrally in be-half of th. three clerk?, the complaint again?' them waa dUmtaeed The settlement must be ratified by the court that appointed George H Earle. Jr.. receiver of the Pennaylva nia Sugar Refining company. CRAZED man saved by wife Tried to Leap From High Window and Fought With Crowd. Rurlinirtiiii X J . June 9 ?Suddenly selxeo, wltb a hallu?-lnatlon tbst af forts were being made to electro-rute b1m. CasBrtaa Krn.lach stewar at Turner's ball Riverald? for nearly an bour fought off a crowd and was only prevented by bis wife from ending his life. Ermlscb had torn tbe bars from th? windows an?l was half way thrnugr: the sash ?lien his wife selze?l him by the legs and dragged him back Into the hall During :h?- struggle between the crazed man and his wife bis little ?laughter ran to tbe bank building ad Joining anil soun W a burgla? which brought ?rowdt of workman ? arbv mills to the tcene It re? quired the c<imlilr.?-?l strength 'if al moat s doxcn men to overpower Er misch, who was later removed to a Philadelphia hospital MAY UPSET DIVORCE Grace R. Guggenheim Must Satiety th? Chicago Court. Chicago. June I?.-Charges that a decree of divorce obtained by ilra?. R Guggenheim in l_?Jl from William Guggenheim, head of the ? - tru-t. was obtained through fraud and > olluslon. were made here and a rule nvi.-d ..n the principal? to ?bow cause why the decree should not be set aside. Sleepy Burglar Gets Five Years. Ntarls-Owa Ca. June W?Charles I'odili n tie burglar, wbo was found of Howard Yarnall. aras sentenced to Uve year? tn th.- east, in p.-tiit- titlary He admit ted breaking into th.- house After be bad secured money and Jewelry ? Mor ris chair liaiked BO Inviting that he aat down and f.-ll .! Elected Head of Dartmouth ?Collage. C..ii?..ri V II liiii?- a Ernest Fox Nichols. pr?ifet?!u,r of experimental paysVi al CotuasMa university, was miutiiiiiinisl?, ??l-ected president of lu>rtni?iutb <-.?ll?-g? Anti Hazing Contract For Students. Orono. Ma.. Juin- ? -No student hereafter will 1?.- admitted to the Uni? versity ?if Main?- unless he signs so explicit agreement to take no part in hazing. Largest Corn Mill In World Burns*. Springfield. III.. June 9.?The plant if tb?- Deeatur Cereal company, at De tatur the largest ?corn mill in th? ! world, was burned Lose. ??SSO.OSO. LOCAL ltUlt. (Cori-etsd by Blmon Hlrab a. Bro.) Wheat, $1.80 to $1.:?5; corn,,** to mi-, rae--, $1.70 to $1.mo ; oats, CO to 05: old hens, llve.10 to 11; dressed. 18-, spring chickens, 30 to -Me per pound; winter cbleksn? IR to 10; drawn, IS to 14; undrawn. 1.1 to 14;sggs. 1H to 20 lar-, 10 to 12; docks, live h an 10; tur ksys, llvs, 16; dressed, 10 to 17; batter. 15 ha 26; country ham?. 1.1 to IR; ne v ham?, 12to 15; Irish potatoes, 7R to$l; Earlv Ros?. $1 .T? to $1.50; swsst pota toes.75 to $1: lamb?. $2 50 to $4; bides green, 7 to 7%: dry saltad. 8 to 9; dry bides. 10 to 12; calf skins No. 1. $1.00 to $1.25; baled bay. $14 to $17 per ton; leaf sumac, 70 to 76 par 100; hogs, RV. beet. Uve weight, .1 to 4c.; pork. A to ?V wool, _.s to .10 per lb; veal, 5K to 6. itMloH KB'iM LOWRR .UPPA HANNOGK MONDAY. JINK 14. The ladles of the ?Ion Hoaee Sunday School. Richmond county, will run an ?xeurston to Frederlckabnrgononaol the M. D. A Va steaa-ers Jans 14. 1909. The rates are very low and a large crowd Is s.psctsri. Take ad van tag? of the low rates aad at the same time help a good raus? by coming with tbe ladles. Round trip I ?slow Tappabann<vk $1 2R. above Tappabannock $1 0O. ritate room $1 00 for round trip. Ij&.H.lO BLACK HAND a LEADERS JAILED Postal Inspectors Mike Arrests li Toree Oblo Towns? RAIDED THEIR HEADQUARTERS Evidence Secured by D*tsctl</s* Snow That HundrsSs of Butin??? Men In All Parts of Ohio Had Bssn Paying Tribut? to the Gang. On. innatt June 9? Cnlted States postofll? c Inspectors from Cincinnati baiter, they have discovered tbe a?aad<|usrteis of tb? Black Haad in this ei>untr> al Marl?:?. O. Tbl? be lief Is based on documentary evidente foitad ?h?-n Sam Lima, of Marion Q Antonio Vicario of Columbus. O . and A ?tarns of IVnnisou. O. were ar rested Inspector Oldfield states that when the ?hole story Is known the ?rrountry will be BStasaj The arrest.- were made stmulta n?eously In the three towns after a search of six months for th? men wh>> sent threatening letters to Joba Anil c??n. s fruit dealer of Cplumbua. O demanding that I15O00 be paid lu Plttsburg The handwriting in th letters to Amicon I? identical with that In th?? letters received by Anton?*< Kixzo. a fruit dealer of Cincinnati, who died suddenly teveral w??*ks ago aft- r refusing t.? obey the deman.' Black Hand letter to pay f ipoo or for felt bis life He died after eating a banana ?!?-n him by a stranger A dispatch from Marlon states that Joseph Rltxo was also arrested tn that city Tbe postoffice !ntp*ctort ?ay they have dls?~overed evidea?re show lng that Marios Is the headquarters of all of the Hlack Hand societies of the country anJ they allege that Sam? uel I.lma 1* tbe bead of the organiza tien Tbe contents of the safe tn the Kitsc 9t?,?re r*?ar them oat In thl? a sertlon. the, ?ay They say th? ? that hun>'r>>ds of business men in al; part* of the state had been pa? in?; tribute to the gang. ? In harmony with the govern? ment officer* th? Pittsburg poll?-e tw ?ently ??nlere<! the Black Hand b.-a?1 quarters? there an?! made twenty on?? The men arrsstsi were cbarg? ?1 with attempting to extort under the federal statut?-? The Black Hani gang recently ofd?>red Fred Ctai a On? innafi fruit dealer, to glv?? up J on penalty of death f ?? ?elf and family If h* refused. Clanciolo gave no thought to th.? and a few nights later a dyna? mite bomb was exploded In the door? way of hi. home Ne one wat Injured. but an adjoining saloon wa? wre? k<-1. A 15-Y EAR-OLD FORGER Boy Ctthed Check For MOO to Play the Racss. Covlngton. Ky June 9.?Harry I.. Logran aged nft?-r-n years, of New York is In tbe Covington Juvenil??? Jai! waiting to be takes back to New York to antwer a chars* of losging a check fur $?>?-? on S P. Suatteaa, s Broadway BSatksr Most of th* money, he de? clares, was spent tn playing th* races at Latonla and when arrested tbe lad's enly possession was a 32-calil>er re? volver GIFT OF $375,000 TO COLLEGE Syracuse University Has Rscelvsd That Amount From John D. Archbold. S> tacu?. N Y June 9. ? At the meeting of the board of trustees of Syracuae university Chancellor Jam?'? K. Day announced that John D. Arch bold had given t-0O.UO0 to cancel tbe mortgage on the property aad that during the year he had given an addi? tional $1 Boy Killed by Hia Own Rifle. Atlantic City, June 9?John Gorrle. eleven year? old. of .3 Stiuth (??orgia avenue was killed by tbe accidental discharge of a ..-?allber rifle which he was carr\ing The butt of the gun --tru.k against the kitchen sink and the rifle was discharged, the bullet penetrating the heart. Diphtheria Closes Taft School. Watertown Conn., June 9 ? Taft school was closed for the school year owing to the reappearance In the a? hool of diphtheria, which waa epi demie recently. Knight Cowles, of Chi? cago, haa been taken 111 with tbe malady. Will Restore Wag? Seal?. Harrlaburg. t'a . June 9?Announce? ment was made thst the wage scale of the Pennsylvania Steel company at Steeltoo. which waa cut 10 per cent on April 1. will be restored in all de? partments of the plant July 1. The or ?1er wilt affect nearly 7000 men. Death For Adana Murderer?. Constantiiio|ib- June 9.?An imper? ial trade confirms tbe sentence! ot death tmpr<s-d by court martial upon twelve Moslems and five Armenians 'or complied ? in the massacres at Adana latt April. Children Save Embezzler Prom Jsll. Bellefontain?- ()., June 9. ? Prank Day, city water works clerk, charged with embezzlement, pleaded guilty sn4 I because of hit seven little children got off with s tiiapendod sentence To the Democratic Voters of Oran.e Cowry. I in???t respectfully announce myself a candidate lor rent rmlnatlon forth?'House of l?.'le_-ut<- from tiiis county, at the liemta ratlc primary election, to be help -. une time this summer. 1 still advocate letter *? h onls. la-t.tor roads and ?itiali zation ot tas a__.-wii.eiii-. on _?_?_ i?-r ?.nial and real property aa far as t?issi bis. I voted for the Byrd law and I am luartlly In lavor of Its enhirwmeot. I ulno favor the greatest In. tit ode of local ..ption ami will cast my ballot for tl.e ?iibinissiiiii of tin- Ikiuor qnestton to the whole people of this State. Thanking .mu tor the Imtior? h??retolore bestowed u|N?n me, I am. Very respectfully, C.C. T_llal-mi.Br., tf _Ot-aor . Va DK. A. K. CUM.-. Veterinary surgeon. Utness, Bedford'? and Hlldrup? ?table? Phoara. Hi.'. J ?S4. B_-_M_a_s 801 Main St. Itkc-n?, ?163-J. WANtBD lOO.ooo pounds wool We wish to rontrart for at? ire amount at highest <-. ah price?. Tall early and see us niVblm Minion Hlrsh A Bro. A Dollar's Value For Every Dollar. I LARKIN $ RODGERS You'll like to buy hen for the way we have ni littiti": you ?choose your own. Whatever type ol ?rartnent you pnfcr you'll tiinl t bm in il-* bent example. If you're Heeking inf?iriiiatit>n there's no U-tter place lo 00? for these tstyli>8 are authoritative good gait**??, no matt *r whore you liny. No man lik*>? to Ih> litniUil in flioiet? to this or that styif aad to it thada or two. That's why th?* variety ?re show in the New Cloths is bound to appeal to you. (Jo from one end of our stork to tin' other; you'll liml t'resh suiieies'jons evei >'minuU\ and all that will pitz/le you will lie wbieh one <if tin? uuttiv voit '?ke best. The i>est picking is right now. After you've found the style that appeals to you try it on. satisfy vourself fully. It is our purpose to pie ise you while you are in the store and after you've gone SUITS FOR FATHER, 8UIT8 FOR SON SUITS FOR BROTHER, SUITS FOR EVERYONE AT LARKIN ?RODGERSl 822 lVIa.n ?Street. PROBES SHUT DOWNS AT MINES Government Claims Ken Are Kept ?die to Lessen Output. BOOKKEEPING TO SHOW LOSS Wltnes?. Testifies Delaware A Huoson Company Made Only Four Centa a Ton Profit. But Paid Fifty Centa a Ton Royalty. Ne- Vi>rW June il ?The question Of Idle time In th?- hard coal minea was gone Into b] the government'? counsel at the resumption here of the hearing In tbe suit against the coal-carrying railroad? K?l?_i Gartley. welghmaater of the Delaware colliery of the Delaware * Hudson Railway company, near Scran ton. Pa testified that out of 314 work? ing day? in ?Mor. the colliery had been ldl? Iff daya and that thua far tbi? year tbe nata? had worked lesa than that "lent if a fact that order? were ti shut down the mines to astees the amount of coal aent out from t! ?sked Deputy Attor ney General James C. McReynold?. the enveniment ? ounsel. Tbe -line?? ?aid he did not know. Garth ?> >_iid the coal vein? In tbe Delaware t oilier) were becoming ex haunted and to ke?p up the ?upply the miner? had to rob the pillar? of the mine? -hlch made the mining oper? ation? dangerous. An extract from tbe books of the Delawar?- ?: ltmlaon company was put In evidence to show that the actual profita >f the mine? amounted to about 4'i ?ents a ton. W. D Huhs? II. of Scranton. Pa., a former ??Xpert ac< ountant of tbe com? pany, ti-stlfled that but for the credits to the ?impany't ml net for ?farnlngr of Its teams In other mines the pn.fli* would hsv?- r>e?sfi under 4 cents pei ?on When th.- tyltasMBl lat? r testified that the usual royalty for leasing a roln? to be worked ?a* 50 cents per ton fur all sizes atxive pea coal. Mr. Mi-Rev nolds asked bim why. with coal profits less thsn 5 ?enta per ton. the mines were not l?-ased 'nstead of being np ersled by ?he owners at such a ?mall margin of profit "Don't v?,u know the rommnn r?? ?Mirts of th? mines do not agree with the hooks: that the hooka are a lot of ?tuft and do not ?how the facts?-' BBSS*** Mr M'-Revnulds The wltn?-i?> -fated that so far as hlj own hooks were concerned thev were always '-arefullv haBBt DIPLOMAS FOR SOLDIERS 100 American ana Two Chlneee Cadets tc Graduate at Wee? Point. Tins is graduation week at the United State military ??hool ?nil We?t Point pre sent? a gain appearance. Tbe com mencemeiti ____r___as will take place Friday morning, at which time 100 Amt-rlcan and two ?"hi?ese cadet? wtll r?re|v? iii, ir dtplon.-t? The Chinese ??rartuati?? ar? Ting C ?"hen and Ting It Wen wlm wer?- ?dn.it ted to the academy four year? ago by a special ad of congre?? at the request of the Cblneae go\eminent A? Friday's s? ercl.e? diploma? will bedellvcred by Serretarv of Waf Dickinson. HOBBY 10 I ?OAK la ?roms of fflOO and apward?. real ?etau aacoiity Apply to Chlehsster A Catebsstsr. Attorney?. I? tl ansroav or rstiDg-tcassiau roa sal.? _t .os??-??? a r_?_*o-'? nanu rtos*. ? Kit k 11 H FOUNDED 1800 LIBRARIES Carnegie Says Hi? Donations Aggre gate $51,596,963. N? ? V.iis June y Andrew C'arn? Rie has foun -jllc librar!.-s - ?ting donations aggregating ? g to bit own Btste ment iii list ? urrent number of CM liera Weeklj Up to Ih?c. 3. the phllaptliropiat aays 1. the luit. ,1 States 9S!i library be. with Liai.. ? ? ? at a ?out ?if $34 ? KnglaiM an! Wales ? sm<- ???? ? the list wltl. ??? tttilldlnga and Of:y r.lue bra ! BURGLARS CARRY OFF A BAND STAND Structure l? Feei Square Dis? appears From Park. ???? Jersey City. N. J.. June 9. ? The palm for pire unalloyed and unadul lerated "nerve'- will have to be awaid ed to the merry band of burgling and house breaking individualt who <!e 1 upon Mary Renson park. In the Italian <|iiarter of Jersey City, and carried off the band stand wblch for many years had constituted It* chief ornament The d?>!ih??ratene8s with which the work of demolition and later of trans portstlon to truck was accomplished entirely dlaarm?-?l suspicion, and th? stand had ?tlsappeared several hours before t It?? authorities <ould bring themselves to a realization of what had happened. Ta* structure wat fifteen feet square, with an ornate balustrade steps and ornamental metal roof. NEGRO POSED AS WOMAN Found It Easier to Obtain Employ ment aa a Female. ...?. lune R.?John Robinson colored, found It eaaler to obtain em pioymt-nt as a woman, and haa passed aa a member of that sex for years. ?<? cording to his testimony In the munie! pal court. Robinson found many avenues ot employment closed to his race fmt years ago ?-oui lnded that the servant problem offered a solution of his own difficulties. He was young and i> ? ently abandoned male attire, becoming a graceful young female named "Jean? nette Robinson " He was employed a? a donn stli by various families and was working In a west aide residence when detective? discovered his ?? -cri t. He wa? fln.-d $*:. and costs and or dered to resume the conventional dress of his sex. iiisi'ioiv Hi |__H_B__-BRR*-Bfl ink->l i AT JOHNSTON * I'KAKMOVV liKI li KTOKK riiick- 9150. WAXTKIi A man with experlenr?- in th.- dry good? liiislu?*?. Apply liy letter nml alate ri-ferencw to P. O. Box 65, Fred eri? ksourg \a. lift Headquarters For Building Materials. I keep all kinds of North Carolina and Virginia Lumber, dressed and and rested, SlMngl*?, Laths, Bash, Doors, and Blinds, Lime, Cement, Calcine Plaster, Plastering Hair. Building and Paving Brick. Tin and Iron Roofing, Ont and Wire Nails, all Kindt Ready-Mixed Paint* and Dry Paint, Linseed Oil. Turpentine, Dryer Tarnish and Lewis's Whit* Lead, Paint Brushes of all kinds. Window alas* sad Pntty, Builder? Hardware of all kindt. Tar Hoofing, Bheathlng Papar and fins Brisk. K**p large stock of Hewer Pip* and firs Clav Pip*. E. D. Ools. Agent lor ?alt of bricks ol Fi-e-osrle** liurg Brick Company ? Davis' 100 per cent Pure Paint Is vastly illfferetit (rom other palat*. It carrle* tt sign??.! iwinU ?I? iktul guar? an?? ?? un every [tackage, _MMR It Is now being n -nuiiiieiii)??) by ctiti ?clentlous Pointer?, anil ?|??-1fi-<?l by well-pos teal anhlte. tt? all mar the country. THE H. B. DAVIS CO. BALTtMORC, Ml?. Davis' KM? per cent l'ure l'ultit will ?tumi the test ?if the must rlg'ul l'un? Taint Law. For sale by E. D. COLE, Kretb rickaburg. Va. Rn MMiiRlf. I-.BDRKH KHBI KU ARD P'lTublAI RAILROAD. Hcheduie eflectlve May M, 1VOU. Leave Fi-derlckabnrR, Northward: 0:35 a. m. week day?, losal; T?0w a m dally; 7:21 a m. datly:10 3V a m dally local; 1_H p. m. week day?: 6:30 p. m. dally, local: 7:01p. m.Haily; 10:0? p. m. dally. Leav? Frederlcksborg. 8?>uthward 8:55 a m. dally, A. C L_ train; 6:01 a m. week day?, local; 8:53 a m. ?Sunday? only, local; 10:S6 a m. dally, rV A I. train; 12:4? p. m week day?, local, . M p.m. dally, A C I., train; 6:58 p. m. dally. local, ?i.'.l p.m. dally. H A I. train. Local frtam Washington arrives 11:09 a. at. week day?. Arrival? and departure? aot gnaratt teed W. f Vaylor, trraitla g.n?_--i , C. C Cox. igsflt Potomac, Fredericks burg: and Piedmont Railroad. Tim? T.?ls No. 11. I? ?ff?rt ?I I A. at. A a_.it 1. IM Ilallf Mile? 1KUI/ ?K-ttl ?-.i?? BSBIBi Mo_ii?y ??.I- KteMoss. ???.a/. No. L ?.???. No 1 S. M I.V. If V. M. ?SS Kra.1ar--a.Bl.Br_ t.? il? ? W.H-s ?M ?.*? ? Ml-? Ri.-S- Its ?.Si I Kobeye IN ?._? ? Hrraswar-IIW -.? ?.?I I? Alrlch 1U ?M II Kot-ara 1? S.a IS Una-true- I? ??a 14 Ht-ohM. I? ?.?S I? l?rk?r .11 a? se R?s Hop? ? ? ?I? XI TiBdar ia ?.?? M Ka/ni.lda It? ?.fa m v-rta?Ttim i a ?4a St La Ke/.ta 1 1? ISM M ClODTUkt IS 10.14 n .\e_on? 11 M 10 M a* Taylor 11.* 10.4? M I.V. Ora??? I.v. UM . ..mi- ll..n. ?t rr-.l?rtrK?burs: ?Uh K V ? r K.K. ?lei M or/inn I. Ix-laear. sod VlrKlDls -ali w./i'ii At Or*?-? wttk Mookbap? ?t U. sod cbs??tia?im a ohio a. a T_? nal/ Hm to toe Utta-e-lliirsvtil? soil Wll dem??. Battlef!-I<1? --aV.ro ?Ukmlerrt Tlaia Hall? ?i<wpt Hani?/. M MAM Kl.I,KK. Miio.rliileii.iei,I WHIINER & SACKE* Undertakers and Embalmers No. 719 Main ?St., Freder icksburg, Va. 'Phone 98. Across from Exchange Hotel and next to Western Union ofiice. Telegraph and tele? phone ordere receive prompt attention. Open day and night. HOR8E KOK SAI.K Highly brad five ysar old hors*, dark bay,for ?ale; apply to Henry Washington, Woodford, VaT_ p8 KisTOKY or r-KKi>KBarax?urnfl run sai.g AT JOHNSTON S HKAKSOM'S IISI'U STUBS. PMCK 91.5<J._ WOOL WOOL. liigliest cash price paid lor wool m 1.1 In. J. H. Kawllng* * Bon. S.KANN.S0N5S CO. ??THE BU8Y CO RINK?," VVo?hlrmrton, O? O, Let Us Put To? On Our Hailing List For Our Economy Herald ITS FREE, And it Will Save You Honey. IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY Wash Goods Through Our Hall Order Department. SEND FOR SAMPLES We will tie plein*.! Vu sbbss yon ?ample* of either of tlie Hues here uientlone,!. or of any otli.-r wash goods you may desire. Here ure two example* of our alilllty to give good ijualitlts, for low price*. Newport Suitings, a yard 12'c Worth I ? ? h vi.ril. 'II lin-hes wl?l??, has a Hue linen tini.li. the same lasas ami w??l?rlit as a rvul linen ?suiting, only It I? s. cotton faliri.- It Isa fabric ?Im illar feo a cannon ?luth 'riiorougl.lv steam ?shrunk? en. an?l In the following colors: Alie.? Ilhie, I .iia.l.v. lU?*e,la. Ulil lt?w, I hampiigue, llcl. Tan, I o(>??iiling>'ii Hlne, Krowii, (?ray. I'iiiL. I.Hvemler, l'alawlet and Itla? k \ kaWfeSrsttl inn? h ii??-.l for woui.-ii's suits and girl's ?ml Imy's wear. Anderson's Criterion Zephyrs Worth 18 i-nti? a yard for - ? ? 15c ".1 lu? li?ss ?hie, yarn-ilye?!. an-l woven Into pretty pladl. rlsaTatSlI anil ?strlpe.l pattern*. A Imulutely fast colors. In the fulluwlug conitilniitloim: Kliie-and-whlte. Iif.enileriiii.1 white, gray -aiiil-whltr, plnk-aml-whlte, llglit-anii-ilark-lilue i-onililnatloi... dark-ami llgiit liiv?iiil??r, and ruauy othi-rs not in??iit1oiie?l. In small, lat(|?w, sssii ui.stlimi 1-lii.ks, and Htr1|.?e. Also a immlier In plain colors. Write For These Quickly Before Assortment is Broken SUMMER DRY GOODS Tills Is the seiikHon when you must gu ?hopping fur Sommer Dry tiii.Ml?. fkinl the liest U.mxIs for the LOW-ST T!U< IS Is what von ?kii'l ull your uoiirlibor? an* looking for At mir ?lora vim i-ikn titiil just the tblntr.? ymi tietml 1ti Dry Goods, Notions, and Ready-to-Wear Garments for Men, Women and Children. We an- now showing a splendid variety ?if Stylish, Tlaln ami Fancy Oooile for this ?___*__, ' Lawns, Dimities, Madras, Motor Cloth, Per? cales, Colored Linens, Batiste, Cannon Cloth, Suitings, Llnonettes, White Goods, Dotted Swiss, French Ginghams. All I'rosh New t'.oods. No S.? ?nula nr .lot. I-ota. At HAKI? TIVIK PKH'Kri. A. H. Wallace 926 Main Street, Kmlericksburg, Va. Vehicles, Harness, Saddles A Complete and Up-to Date Line at Beat Prices. Fiedericksiiurg Buggy Co. (Biscoe's Old Stand.) CAPITAL RESOURCES SURPLUS & PROFITS $50,000.00 $400,000.00 $10,000.00 Constant Growth is Best Evidence of Satisfactory Banking Deposits June 21,1006. $ 9,018.99 (Firet Day.)_ Deposits July21,1906. $ 40,60809 _(Kirnt Mouth.)_ Deposits Dec. 31, 19Q6. $118.872.47 Deposits Dec. 31, 1907. $248,402.20 Deposits Dec. 31,1908. $270,178.78 Deposits Apr. 28, 1909. $329,129.60 Laut Statement to State Corporation Commission. .'? Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. Commercial Ac? counts given every Accommodation possible consistent with conservative banking. The Farmers & Merchants State Bank Fredericksbur.fr, V??. M. O. WILLIS, President. JNO. F. OOULDMA.N. Jb., Csathlsr. Bank Open on Saturdays Until 6 p.m.