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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
VOL. XXIV, NO. 67. FREDERICKSBURG, VA., THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1909. PRICE. 3 CENTS Alcohol to Children Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely. Children do not need stimulating." Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will prob ablyxianswer, "Very, very frequently." Then ask him about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the young. Follow his advice. He knows. / C7Aijc?T\?.7r.owc?I. Mas!. ne ont great ruf* ?I health " Daily movement of the bowels." Ask your doctor if that Is not to. Then ask him about Ayer* Pitt*. Sold (or nearly tixty rear?. Ask For Catalog showing all modelt? ami explaining the circula? tion ami Ventilation principle, or better still, call and examine the modeln tln-nim-lves. Car Load of Hefrigeratops DIRECT FROM FACTORY E. C. NINDE Don't Risk Your Life and Property Toar attention lias l???.n xlvl.ilv ralle.l to the awful crime recently ..ini? miti?.! tu a county ut tli!? Mtate, wbtrt two live* wer* lutt ami dwelling de? stroyed eoleiy for the ai know-ledge.) purpose ..f securing money. I'.?es this not forcibly bring SB your mind tliaf your lioine may I?? tlie ne it to be en? tered and relieved of It* valuable content..'.' Protect vi.ur family asfprop. ?My b? depositing your surplus money In t lie BATIBOB HKPAKTM KST of the I'lanler* National Hank, Ittchnioiid. * a , allere It will beab?olutely safe and earn .'I per i-eni. Intereit i'nm|..iiiii.1e?l semi annually from date of depi.s It Ih.ut delay, write today for Isioklet. "HuW Tu HANK BY MAIL ' Safety deposit boxe* fur the ?ale keeping of deed?, Insurance polk-lea, etc., fur reut i'rlce f.'t and upward?. Planters National BanK. Richmond? y** CAI-1T.U, $300.800 00 SURPLUS MO PROFITS, $1,160,000 CAUTION To Growers of Potatoes BUY THE BEST We gu?rante? our Potatoes to be rtliattillltelv pure. HAINE SEED POTATOES from the farthest point Dorth HOTJLTON.EARLY ROSE, CROWN JEWELS, RED BLISS. IRISH GOB? BLERS, and others. Doggett & Scott PhoBs Ilia. 90S tamtoeree Ht. 1001 Mala Ht. _ ?SacrificeSale -OF Clothing. Shoes, Hats Etc. 0 Quick sale Mow rost of lariz atork ol K. K. Kocel * I'o, at SO lummeroe street, conaistliiK ol Clothing, Shoes. Hats, Um brelies, Trunhs, Gents' furnishings, Etc In order to realize on this atork i ones It .will be closed out at tl lowest cash flirur? within the ne: ninety days. This Is a (rood nfajnrl nlty to get good clothing1, aren I furulahiiig, shoes, &c, below cost, i this stock must tie dlepi tried of with ninety days, ri-giardle?.* of cost. Wat. K. Ooolrick, Trustee R K. Iluzel i Co., :U?7 ('ommen-e rttrea SIMON HIBSH ft 110.. Ooaamsrae Bt,, **r?>tl.rlek*l>nrg, 1 llataaUr? In all klu.l. of COUNTRY PRODU03 for wblab blgliaasloatab tirlsasar* pat. tD.t.iSe ????alt ?I Hlarh ?lra.1? rasa! Wraxarlst ?IsSff ?> sat Garden Seed! New Crop. Low Prices. Johnston & Pearson Prescription Pharmacy RIPANS. Ttiere it ?eareely ant; condition of III health that I* not lieuellted by the occasional n*e of a RIPANS Tabule. Por ?ale far* ilrtiggUt* Tbe Fiee esul i*. eket la an.?ugh foi an ordi? n?r % .stcoalon Tiiefatr.1i?. Tottis, S? CHICHESTER $ CO. Fire, Life, Aeeldsnt and Health INSURANCE Heat Companies and Best (late* Row lett A (ronlrtck Knlldtng. I'rtnrea* tnar *. ?-?^^.slrV.hns?' v. ? Orown and Bridge Work a Hpeelalt? All Work Ouaranteed. Dr. J. Garnett King, Mrrar. GOWAN'S "wtfT%,?AL "^?" ** ANTISEPTIC ?? So" Jknu' c"***? Cn*D f <***?. AaUuaa. Ban?. Sprti?,. Ural.? Ss.h.,? Insr, I OUrt Rkm?M??a? k.sllua K'J...? l.sri AU Irrttji.ti r* all Ul BLACKMAIL WAS CAUSE OF MURDER jury Renders Compromise Ver? dict in Woodiil Crime. KNEW OF HER PAST LIFE Authoritic* Believe That Mr*. Woodlll Threatened to Expose Eastman, and In fear of S*rving a Prl?on Term H* Killed Her?Widow Visits Grave, Where Seme Vandal Planted a To? mato Vine. M. Michaels. Mil.. June HO.?With the compromise vor.llct of the coro nur'? Jury that Palian K. Kestman i'lther killed or was accessory to the mur 1er ef K.lltfi May Wondlll. and the .teulau-atlon of State'? Attorney Taylor that he was through with the t*ase. the atrango dual tra^'dy which haa for Dearly a week f.nussed the eyes of the entire rountry upon thl? little out if th- way hamlet of Maryland's famous eastern shore became a closed in. t'l.'iu. Four of the twelve Jurora who 11s tenant to the testimony at the re inquest rafaseg t'< alga the verdict until the weil? or gti assail J to the i ilia" wet., aiiite.l to the .?raft which, approved by the majority, hluntly ac rused Kastiiian of the inur.1. r. None of the four dissenting Jurymen would tas that any other person thun Knit man wan responsible for the fcirl's 1eath. They merely wished to protest, they said, against the manner In which the inquiry was conducted, declaring that much arnJIatile evidence was not adduced Tame vai no evidence to ahow that anyone hut Eastman and his victim wet. in the Miaialn. Tin Jury sat for a time In the lonely bungalow Itself, mithin sight of Kast inan's unmarked (?rave not fifty feet away. Mrs. Kant man visited the p?a. e ami atoml dryey.d for a time beside >;,? new made niininl. Some one With III Judged humor had planted a tomato vine un the gra*. Mr?. Kastman. thinking the vine a aatlv* flower, ask i>1 what it was No one had I merlty to tell her She stood by the grave until at lust a e.mvulHlve shud? der shook her shoulders. Then she was led away. And the final theory of the authori? ties Is this That Kastman was In nrml of mon ey: that he probably had he?-n getting money from Mrs Wixulill fur some llni<\ that he undoubtedly knara thin?; of her past life, ami that he hail been blackmailing her: that he at? tempt.-.I to confiase this practico ami that the woman rebelled. Intimating that she. too. had found out rortaln things about Kastman. and that if irivoii to it wonts l'iposi' him. Eastman's dread of serving a term in the pealteatlary is well known. Ills ?rife has Raid that he told Oat he would rather commit suicido than bo con? fined In prison. The pawning of tho Jewelry the authorities set down to th. desire of Kastman to get away. When cornered tas man decided that his race had bean run and that he had bettor make an end to It all. As to why Mrs Woodtll treat to the bunga? low there was BO evidence. LIGHTNING IN CAKE BOX Bolt Feilt Boy at He Cratpt Tempting Piece. Franklinvlllo. N. J.. Juno 2'J.?Struck by lightning, little Henry Htchman, son of William Hlohinan. was found un? conscious In the pantry after th.- so reta electrical storm that paused over this placo Under cover of the darkness of the storm the lad crawled to the pantry. quietly opened the eaks box and seiz? ed a cake just as lightning struck the house. After passing through several ?... .im!-story rooms the holt ran down th.- boy's arm Into the cake fan Ha fell unconscious to the floor and was revived only after an hour'? hard work Me still retained his grasp on the rake. Von Buetow Will Retire. Berlin. Jun. M Prince Von Iluelow authorized the atiiioniioement that he Intends to retire from the chancellor ship of the empire In any ov.-nt su soon as the pending finance reform measure is disposed of in one way or another. The prince remains In office only temporarily In an endeavor to pass the bill Senator? Dress to Suit the Weather. Washington. Juno L'-J.? liecause of the humid weather senators appeared In s variety of picnic clothing. Vice President Sherman was attired In white from head to fisit. Waistcoats were gam-rail v discarded and Sena? tors Scott. Mono*. Cummins. Hughes, Bacon. Nixon and Dick were conspicu? ous in white. Explosion In Tunnel Kill* Two. Hazleton. I'a. June 29. ? Thomas MeAlisise. of M. Adoo. a miner, and John Tertnsln. of Onetda. his laborer, were Instantly killed by a premature blast in the Onold? tunnel of tb. L*> tigh Valley Coal company. Killed With Little Granddaughter. Interlakcn. N. Y.. June ?9. ? Jobe Bleue tur n White and bta little grand? daughter were killed, their buggy be tsg atrnck by a I.ehlgh Valley train at a grade crossing near hare. Many a man eqnaadere a dollar'* worth of ?n*rgy In an attempt to ?ave a BhowX TROLLEY MEN WIN BIG VICTORY Pittsburg Strikers Returned te Work This Morning. ALL DEMANDS GRANTED Company Concedes Every Point, Ex? cept That of Drinking When In Uni? form, Even Though Off Duty?Lives of Deputiea Sjvtd by Arrival of Po? lice. 1'ittsburg. Juno 2'J?The strike of the atraje*, car mm was adjust.?<! and the unlklll.il letuiiwd to lb-;: this iin'inlng. aller havlag li .11 off just toi tt . intit hm ill iplete for the m. n : ?ti? pota) ?mi (i.lie. ded bj tile i i.in;.,il t BBV. Hint of drinking warn in uniform, even though off duty This ca.. vti.1 be submitted f. r arbitration. Th. ail] keep its old teat? ? uli th.- im n. ai just the ruaalag time Mayor Mag.e forced the ii.mpanv to surrender by threat, niii?: to lelM Ute Haas Testar doy ther. had been aaveral riots. In which slmts wer. Brad, but no p. r.tnri wounded Tta.i corjat] detective..- missed death by a narrow margin In the afternoon, however, wie n a I mwil of |H*ra<ins around the Itaiil.ln street ear barns s. t upon fourteen strike breakers. The ntt. raptad tu pawrtf* the tight lag in. n Officer* Are Raacurd. The crowd devoted It? attention to the o fit i ?. is. and Mlt.r beating them un 1 tie m to a high bridge over a ravine near the ear barn* and tlir. at. n. 1 to throw them over the rail If they refused to prom keep nut of the clashes between the s*nk> breaker? and the friend? of the ?trlkers. The timely arrival of the police saved the officers. Rioting rest hed the down town sec? tion early In the afternoon. A crowd around the Herr?n HUI car barns idles of lumber on the I -ir tracks when It waa rumored that cars would be taken from the barns by non? union trews. The police dispersed the hooting and hissing mob and retrieved the timbers from the tracks. Not a car wa.? In operation with the exception of a I'nlted Stat.-s mall special. BOLT KILLED WOMAN Lightning Followed Wire Clothesline Into Houte. Dover. Oi !.. Jim.- IS A coroner's lnipiost show od that a wire clothes? line was the con.hu tor that carried death to Katie Lowber, a woman living with her father, Peter I-owher. near Viola. The woman d.ulng an electric ?form went upstairs to bring down a niiitti.ss an.l sleep on the first floor with her month-old baby At the landing of the stairs on the second fhxir a clothesline wire was at? tached to th.- window tiltil 8108 from a walnut tree. The tree was struck and demolished ami the lightning ran along to the window. Instantly killing the woman. Her body was found when the baby's cries ?ave the alarm. PILLOW SMOTHERS BABY Perished After Being Left In Bed by It* Mother. Humillo. Va. June 2'J.?Smothered to di -m ii between two pillows was the tats ol Louis, the twelvemonths-old baby of Herman Cunningham. The mother placed the sl.-eptng child in a b.d while she attended to her usual household duties. The baby was sleeping between two pillows, across which was anapi a mosquito net Mrs. Cunningham re? turned to the riHiin an hour later and was horrified to find that one of the pillows, whii h had hein elevated, had toppled over and that the baby was dead. Negro Kill? Another. Wheeling W. Va June :'?. ?While Booker T, W.-i liincton was addressing a large rrowd mar Kluctl.id on the Vlrglnlaa railroad, win doing, a ne? gro sliot and Instantly killed Thomas Walker, aaothei aeajra, The ?hooting was 'he r. Bull of Walker's talking to iBd] ?i.te. Now 74, Claim to Be Oldest Triplets. Will.-: Imr.i. M. C. June 29? Hale ami le.it? Uta ?lll.lis brothers. ty-four years aid. of this placo, claim the ? .1 :. st living triplets They are nil gi -at grandfathers and all three ciiiri.,1 musket? In the Civil Wnr <'t.nie,|. rate army. Hangs Himself In Celia'. l?l.i.imllel.l. N .1.. June M. J. Ed? ward Young was found dead In the c.'llur 17 Haldwin street. He had aaaaas) himself from a !.. am The I..m1> was told when discovered by his sun Couldn't Pay Debt. Kills Self and Mul* Columbia S C lun. 'J!' !:. .ausea creditor hail threatenctl to seize his mule for debt. John S. Gralnger. a white man. forty years old. shot his mule and then killed liltnaelf. H? wat* ?Irk at* *trk eonid be. Friend* could ad?? hat ?ympstli? Now hs'* well, and ?tr?na; a>? thr??. Since latins; Holll.Ur'. Roeky II. mn talaTaa. V. I. Bond Otaaeip 1* do* to the last that tb* world contatos mor? talker? than thtak ers. HAPPENINGS AT PORT ROYAL Port Itoyal. June -.'?th. tin the evening uf I'rlday, June l??tli. a very enjoyable and Instructive entertain ment waa given at the new town ball lllld?r the aUHples? of the Public School Improvement league, by air. Ollltert Waiden of cowboy fame, truite a sub? stantial ?urn wax? realized from this en? tertainment and from the delirious re? freshment* given and ?erveii by the ladle? of the town. Owing ?o the rereat heavy rain* the farmer* of our community have been very backward with their corn crop?.but taking advantage of the favorable weather for the past two weeks, their imps as well au? their disposition* have improved wonderfully. It I* Dow notan uncommon sight to ?ee the face of one of them husky tout of the ?oil wreathed In ?mile?. Mr. and Mr?. A. I-'. Turnar have with them a? gueat? Mr?. II. L. Francia and daughter. Miss K rancis, of Norfolk. Mr and Mrs. Wolti. formerly cl I'red erl. ksburg. now residing lu Washington, are guest? of Mr. and Mr*. C. I' Hick? W? were glad a few daya ago to ?rat come Prof. P. L, Robb, of Baltimore I lty College, horn* again. Senator tlravatt ?pent Friday In Hl.-h moiid ou ottictal butines? Miss l.lllle Askln* left a tew day* ago for an extended visit to Baltimore. Washington and Wilmington. Hel. Wh are glail to learn that Master 011 rhrlst Burrow*, who baa l> eu .juif* 111,1? out again. Mr. ('. P. Roach, Jr., who ha* been as? sisting his father In erecting a larger barn on the Walilnghaiu farm, Port (?mway, was overcome by heat Thura dsy last. W* bop* he will ?ion be able to return to work. Tat 1er. MARVIN GROVE CAMP-MEETING On Friday. July :,<>, tii? BBsi annual meeting of Marvin drove Camp will fas BBS. Rev W. Ashury Chr1?llan and Rev. J. Sidney Peter*, both of Klciinioud.hav? be.u engage.) to conduct the ?ervlce. Rev. R. F. liayle. presiding elder of the Rappalianms-k lllatrlrt. will bave charge of the religion* exerrl***. STOOD HIGH AT EXAMINATIONS MldaUpman Bofatrl M. Orltiin. of the l S navy, ?on of Commander Itobart 8. Urillio, and uepbew of Pott master John M. liritllo. of this city, In his examina liona at Annapoll? lor tld? year stood ft urth In a claa* uf over 160. Says Doctor Amputated More Than He Agreed To. Mlssoule Mich. June 29.?Beeausi his left log was amputated seven sin on.-half inches above the ankl. with out his knowledge and consent. Frank Carlson, a luhoi.r on the Taft tumid ha* tiled In the district ratear! two asltj for damages, aggregating $3",271? ugain?l In l. .1 Corla, a physician Ir the Chicago. Milwaukee and P.ig. I Sound hosjillal at Taft The complaint allege* that after or accident lost No* ember. In which hit loft leg was broken ?hove the ankl? and the f'Mit Injured. Carlson submit tod to an operation, with the under standing 'hst only the front portion Of the fisit was to fas amputate! when as a matfr of tact the greater por tlon of th. ktg l.clo? the knee ws< rerun* Dug Grave, Then Shot Himself. Salem. Iml . June H After havln? dug bis own grave in tho family bury to? ground. Joaspfa U Hamilton ? farmer, cointulticd suicide by abootln? himself through the heart. He seated himself on n stump tnd tripped th? trigger with hi? too. Ball Player Die* of Injuries. Ford City. Pa.. June 28 As a re ?utt of Injuri?e sustained loat Friday while playing base ball. Wllllati Moore, aged twenty-Are year*, died Moore was struck on the left tempi? by a pitched hall. A MQBT RIDKR'H KAII? The wont night rider* are calomel, crot?n oil or aloe? pill*. Tbey raid your bed to rob you of rest. Not *o with Dr. King's New Ufe PHI? Tbey never sis tre?a or Inconv?nients*, hut alway* clean?*'th? system, rnrlnn it.Id?, Head? ache I'mat Ipatlon, Malaria We at M. H. I??wl*. _ Out. 8wan?on Mmidav p m respited Howard H. Hragg, tal K.s-k bridge, a*a> tenceti todie In tlieelectrlc.tmlr July '.?tli, lor the murder id Tom brawl... n? In that county several tiioiith? an i loan I.me ? a? a railroad wat. hinan. Tlie more friends . man ha? the inure It i l?n dtaguat T belli 1er III III to expect tlaelM tu lln fur lltlll a hat the? ?Ipeet lilil? to do lot them You couldn't ral?e tue hops* >.f ?.nee people with a derrick. Till? lathe year you ?x peel todos much next year Kxperlene? 1? a ?Treat teat-hei a*?! lite cowl i f t littoli Is dVjesvW great Self - h?v? n.iiid. s 10 lire tor Many a ?cod reputation baa leen ?t.b bed by a pointed tongue VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUT!, LtXiNGTON. VWOINIA 7tat Ysar. Sais Military. SeascSric and Tarhnical Settool Trtoroamrh cour-?a of r?n?rai a - Cluam'atrr ?nd In Eiactrlcal and Civil EncInwOne. DatrrtM of ?radiau? In scsdaanic eoura?. and it*rr??s olB?cK??otof Scare?inTax-hnlca! Coassas Allex [?nlal. Indinilnf caMkirif and InCadatiajUa. provtdad at rat? of Ubi i?? arrnsrn, aa in as*r*r* for ?h? roa? r?ara. ???laaSl? ?I asalari. For iratoiaaSonaJ*.a* 8. W. MKttOUi, Saaa*.* CHICHESTER S PILLS %av_at>s. TBK BIAB.Sra B KA MB. ?a ./"??K i??i^iaA[..r?>.i1i?i,/?i /KKat ? " '??-???'a ?u.-~mJlU+m4/A\\ G*i?XaJk\ I'm* ? S?* as.1 W.M sMSauicVVy M aSHl T?a? .. ?ks Ban aft?, V ri-y R?^.^?;B?r1??fev If S ?isggslr. ? iBajaasji ? gsjajt, ?JJajas^tTatV. aUtttaasj k?att?14R "*??r sou it lUfttSTs ranfattiif BROWN GUTHRIF "Mt. Pleasant, lb* pettaj and bos plt i'.le home of Mr and Mrs TkntBa* Huthrle.near Rival, I'.u. Haghstt nouai*, Va ? w at th.- s.ene of a .|iilet. but Is-aut! ful marriage ou tlie -_':?ril tttst, at lo n m , when M ?? I.in*, their Isuutiful and Baked daogbtan,baratta* lbs bride of Mr. B, W. ttrowa. ol I-:?-. * eonaty. Rev. S H Join.? .n ..Hi, luting Protapt ly at 10 o'clock tie- brtcbkJ party entered th? parlor In the following order, ti ?be ?train? of Lohengrin? a editing march, beautl'ul.'y rendered by Miss ?ne* Bbep srd. I sh.-r?. Mr. Richard l.annaway and Mr. J. W. Sh.'pard. following ?bet* were the maid of honor und Is-st man. Ml?? Sydnor Join,?on and Mr Boy liuthrle. then came lb* bride, baaattfuUy gowned In w hite silk an.l wearing ame thy st. leaning ou t he arm of the lian.l ants groom. The parlor .* as prettily and tastefully Seeoraxtsd with fern? and daisies, wldle the brld* carried a shower of Bride's roses and maidenhair fern. I ft er the ceremony a ?umptunti? dinner was ?erved In real old Virginia style. The happy couple I. ft en lb* ? o'l lot* train for tlc-lr liome In K?sex, where the groom Is a prmperou? and highly re ?peoie.l young men liant. The brMe's traveling ?ulr nil ftxsnsi tlful pear1 gray broadcloth, w itli hat and glove? to match The praaeBtt w-reus.. ful and numerous. Among tho?e present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, of Farmvlile; Mr. and Mrs. Opt Batst Smith, of IHIIwyn; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest i.ullirle. Mis?.? Alli-e, Both, Mary, Aminle an.I Wsrla Hhepard. Hbn Mar* OatMianajf. Messrs Atbby Amos, Sidney Bpeoeer, Jr. Kd ward Shepanl and Clarence Maynard PREPARING FOR PUBLIC BUILDING H. OL I.yon, F.?i| . of the supervis? ing architect'? i.Mios. Is In the city mak? ing nieasurmeiits lu aoanaettoa with the new postoftVt building. Mr. I.yon ?t?te? that tile drawing, are rx tup?ele and tlie specification? are now ttelng written. As ?.ion a? the data Bebed tot by the ?uperxislng architect on June I Ufurnithed by tl.ity the work will !?? ? ubiidtti'il to bidders Slat? of llhlo. City of Toledo, Lucas County. ?*. Frank J Clieney make? oatli that be Is set;lor parln-r of the firm of K J. I 'lieney A I o . doing t.U?1ll.?t In III.' City of Tole? do County and MateaforeHBld. and that ?aid firm will pay th.-sum ofoMBSI \ n H i :. i o i i m for ttatb and every case of Catarrh that cannot I.-curd by the us? of Hall's Catarrh Cure I'iiukJ Iiii*i . Sworn to In lore me and siihsrrihed in my presence, tills litii day of Dansanhsr, A l> IBM x W OLRaBON . Bl I'. inn Hall'? Catarrh Cure ft taken Internally, aud act* directly on the bio. d and luiicou. ?iirfiic.? of the s* stem. Send for testimonials free. I J I m m * t (o . Toi roo tl. Sold by all drugglsl?. T.'.c Take Hall? Family PII s for constipa? tion. tfv.Kjv STATION FOR LYNCHoliRG The Southern Railway i? preparing plan? lor the erection of a 880.000 pas ?eager station at l.yiicliburg. Ufa HKI.IMMI YKAKS AH" Scientists liave found In a cave In Switzerland I.ones of men wl... lived loo,ooo year? ago. w lieu life wits In con? stant danger from wild Is-asts Today tlie danger, as shown by A. W, Brown of Alexandria. Me., Is largely from dead lvdlsea.se. If It, had not been for Iir Kings New discovery, v* hielt cured in. -, ! could not have lived," he w rlu-e. "?uf leiing a? I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough ' To cure Sore l.ung?, ? 'old?, obstinate Cocghs, aud prevent Pneumonia, It's lb* Is-st me,t Wine on earth .'?IN-and $1.80. '.liaran teed by M. M LsAWtt Trial bottle ITsr. ANOTHER OF THE FAITHFUL PASSES AWAY Kinlly Jeft-rsiin, one of ah* mosl respected colored woineii of ti.1? city, died Saturday evening, aged mi year* She *t> I he mother In law of P.*. AI hert Ray and Klwnrd Brooke, of Hit? cfty. She was one of the old school of the colored race which is rapidly passing, and was of the Oeorge Latham estate prior to th? war of I881-4S, FIRST DEFEAT OF THE SEASON Tli? I 'rederlckatiorg baseball team met It? lirst defeat ..f the season by a acor* of . to I Saturday evening at Hasurar I'ark, when tlaey went up against tb* *.'r.mg llalli- Ale teatin. of Klchin.iiid. an! were i hupp?,) down. The fas? did ieit like this def.sjtt and insistes! upon tb* ? iiiaiiageineiit trying U over with tbl? team mi mil Saturday Tbla will likely I?* done. A large crowd wttneeeed tbe game. WHIT.: S?i\ AH K H TO A K franklin, cf . 2 0 0 0 <> U Ibauiiiaii. 3b. _* ?i 1 ? I 0 Marshall, :ib . i ?? ?? I 1 0 Ivslillftt. If.4 o 1 0 0 0 Hurr, . . . M 1 1 10 7 0 Bittrer, s? :t ?? 1 110 rt...le. rf. -t o 0 1 o n I'rltcliard, p. . . . I <? ?'? 1 0 2 ?Y.irmack. lb 1 0 0 ?> ? ? Totals .'in 1 7 ?.'7 U I BATTI.K A\K AH K H PU A K Sltterdlng, *?. .10 0 8 2 1 M'.ll-r. ,'Ib. 4 0 2 2 0 'l lltehllng. J If ? (i O O 0 0 I'.'ggetl.rf. .". 1 II ?? l o Augustine, lit. 4 112 2 1 llul.lier, cf. 4 1 1 O 1 0 it,?.hung, r. ??. B ?? 9 ? 0 0 tUilllield. lb. :t 1 1 Iff O 1 ??train, p.:< 1 I? O H 0 Total?.31 5 7 2fi 14 3 ?? >ut for Interference. White Soi.?i 1 0 0 ?I ?? <> 0 0?1 Battle Axe. n ii I :i 0 <> <? ?? ?1 --? ..rtrned run?, Haiti? Ax* 4: two base hits. Heimelt, Hui. tier; struck out, by 1'rlt. hard 8, by Strain .1; lirait on ball*, off Trill-hard 1.off Strain4; ?toten bues. H.iiiiian. Heiii.ett. Barr 2. Splcer. Wor mack. Iinggett 2. Whlilield. Strain; aac rtli.-e lilt?. Haiinian, Sin.-riling, left on I..-?????, White Hoi :>. Rattle Ale 2. Hr*t ..ii error?. White Sox 2, H.ttl" Ax* 2; bit by pitcher, by Prlteb.rd 2, by Strain 1; time of game, I hr. I.'i iidn ; umpire, ii.iuldm.u. NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNIMC Waster Kotiert Bedford, ?on of Mr Ii. ?'. Bedford, ?as playing with other boya ou a small w hart on the river in tb* ?war ofslra W B tioiilrt.k? horn? Monday and was pushed overboard by on* ol the I?,.>?. Mr. K 1? Trltctntrd, on* of tb* I'r.-l.rti tsburg pitcher?, wea till aom? distance w lien lie ran to lb?little talloav'a aid, dived In with tils clot be* ou and got K..!?>rtaeh* waa ?Inking for tb* but time. It wa* fortiiuate that Mr Pritcb srd wss In .ailing distune? or tb* little fellow would bar? drowoad. BOB M'?rHKttdR??W V "It would la? hard to ov*r*tat* tb* .? underfill change In my mother sine* s??, legan to ii ?e Klee trie Bitter*," write? Mr* W. I, lillpatrtek of Uanfort?. M? "Although past 70 ?beseem* really to la? growing young again. She aufieretl un? told misery In.in dyapepala for 2?> year*. Alla?! ?lie could neither ?at, drink nur ?leep. !>..< tor? gave bar up and all rem? edie? failed till Klet'trl. HU'er* worked such wonder* for lier health." Tiny In? vigorate all ?Hal organ*, cur? l.tver and kidney trouble?, ludoe? ?leep. Impart ?ireiigth aclapi? tlte (inly .'elk' at kl. M. I?ewla'. OR. LLOYD'S CONSECRATION It flic consent of the General I'tiurrb I? lind In time It 1* probable that the t-unse ? ration of l>r Lloyd will ta??? plate on St. Luke's hay.October 18 Tb* con*, .-ration will probably tak* piece In ?'hrlal church, Alexandria, a* tId* was the church to which Dr. Lloyd'? faintly U'liuigi-d and In which he grew up and Wag i'iiu?lrtii.'d. The btabop coadujotor will. In all proliabtltty. re*lde In Aktien .ifberu I 'hurvhman. TOBTI KEll ON A H o KSK "Kor ten year? I couldn't rid* a bora* without being In torture from pile*," write? I. H. Napier, of Kugle**, ky ; when all doctora and other ramedle* failed, Buckutu'* Arnica Salt? cured me." Infallible for Piles, Burns, Scald?. l'ut* Holla, Kev-r Sores, Kruoia, Salt Itbeom, lorn?. 25c. Guaranteed by M. M l?ewl*. It Is seldom ?af? to judge a man by hi* in n opinion of himself. IN NEW YORK SOCIETY anaaOtat Oseara al On -SOT ?to Bsvt 1st la gay N.w York, wb*r* woaaaa gat ttwlr Idea? from their atetar* abroad, lb* hair tooJ? callsd Par?alas Sog? tt ht great demand A great ?i-WntUt, uodoabtadly oss of to* tsoat ? atlaaat hair (pa? th* world. fat ton dls ?jTtrtr of Paridas v_J \f Sags. He ^sSaW?V JL tltlat ^*hW 5? the only batr preparation that will kill the paralatent dasdrafl sea bis. At any rate, tbe Ulroux MCg. Co.. of BtjJato, H. Y., tole manufacturera ol Partalan Ban? lu tbe Laited Stau*, gtv. tbroofrh tbair tkfsnt, (loolrlck* Pharmacy, tbtt atoa ay back gnarante*. w bleb la no doabt all uag enough and plain enough to plea? tbe Olo*t exacttug: "We guaran to* Partitas Bags to cars dandruff to two week?; to ?top fallbag hair, to make dull, l?talos* asd colorless balr beautiful asd luxuriant; to ?are ail itching d1?ea?? of tbe *ealp. or Skonsy baok." The prlna la only 5(i roots a karg* bot tls at Uoolriek'a Pharmacy, or by si pr?M. all cbargas prepaid, from Qtroaz Mfg On, Buffalo, N. YT VIB?.IMA. Intljenerk'eooV.of tb* Circuit court of Stafford coaaty. May 20th. 1909. Anna? It KU hard son, plaintiff, vs. Frank H. BJcnardaoo, defendant*. In Chai Th.- object of tl.t? ?nit 1* for the plaint? iff to ?ecurv an al sao lu te divorce from lb* ?aid d-fen.lant. And whereas affidavit having been uiatle ami tiled tbat toe d* fentlani. Krank H. Klchardson, la not a resident of the State of Virginia, it is or? dered that he do appear here within fff taaa .lays after du>* publicatloa aneo! and do what may be nan ?wary to pro? bt ' bis inver.st in this auit And it i? further o ral* red tbat a con?/ hereof lie published oao* a week for loar weeka in The Free (?anee newspaper, and that a aagf be postasd at tb* front door ..f tin* court bous* of this court oa or before the next aucr*j*dtBg rate day of theconrt. Tut*: C. A. Bryan, Otrk. ilviu T. Kmbrvy, p. q. A cup;?Teste: < A Bryan, Clsrk. |17w4xv IN ?h.- uauie of the Commonwealth of Virginia, lu the Clerk* oflfcs of the Circuit court of tbe county of Bputayl rania on tbe ?1st day of J?an*. 1808. F. W. I.'oieman. sttonxy for 8. T. fnlnniaa. aeaignee of H. Lewis Wallace. Ac., piala tilT?, against O. P. tirimn, Ida M. urtflla, W. W. Bulxner, trxMtse; H. 87. Scott, truetee, aud F rick Company, a corpora tioa organised under to* law* of tbe Btnaenf Pennsylvania, defe-adaaat. la ?pjttltf on an amesdrd and ?uppstaicstal bill Hied in the <-a*e of V. W. Lolexoaa. at turner for B. T. t'olemao, all *?*tgn?*, ? II l?ati U.U...?, ?.. '1 !.. obje. t of this suit a* to ?object tb* 100 a. i>? ol land, situated In Spoteyi vania county. Va., taalongiag to O. P. i.riffin and conveyed to him by K. U. Eb u ri brj dV*-d dated Ketiruary 28tn, lii07. and duly recorded la tb. Clerk'* oaV* of ?aid county te deed book A W, paare SAO, to the axatislactioB of ta. utelatrnV judg iu*n t and foreclose all bsas oat said laad and ?specially ti* lieu of the Frtek Coat pany for 11,000 in whkb ll*a H. W. S. ott i* trustee a* recorded in dead book A Y, page 411, in tb* Clerk's otfic* of Sp..i?, Iranin couuty. And an affidavit having been made and filed that the de? fendant*. H. W. Scott aad Frick Com? pany, a corporation, are not raaadaata of the State ol Virginia, it is ordered that tbey do appear here wlthm nfteea days after due publication hereof, and do what may be asceaaary to protect tbair interest in ibis aalt Aad it 1* tttrtawr ordered that a copy thereof be pabtteaad once a week lor lour week, in Tb. Free Lance and that a copy be posted at tb* front door of the courtboaseof tab) coaa ty on or before the next ?as? ? ai lag rale day after the entry ol tbis ?oik. T.ste T. A. Barris. Clara:. Frederick W . Colectan, p q. A copy?Taste: V. A. Barris, Clerk. J24w4w DISTILLERS' GOODS DISTILLERS'PRICES. Direct from Distiller to Consumer Absolutely Pure ?no Unadulterated ?_"?? HIM I""*** ??ttlDitOCtt RVth* We box all goods and Prepay expressage on evfri.thini OF 300 MILES OF V?ASHINCTON, FROM s? 00 PER CALL?N A*!) UP ..TfjjPDf.sTS 3| oPre-payonallcoods at$4.00 PER GALLIANO up one or more c?llckvof SAME KINO OF GODOS MUST BE ORDERED ATONE TIME REMITTANCE ..-tUST A C?D^ ALL ORDERS. No CHARGE FOR BOTTLES. JUGS OEMUpHNS OR P Dont be misleo or deceived by flaming aov?r-h^m?;mts or \: ERS CLAIMINC TO Be'DISTILLERS AND MAH.nC OTHER EXTWAVAO SENTATIONS, AND OFFERING ALL SORTS OF l-tnjCi*" with them. beware and investigate 6pforc patroniz investigation and refer to roth d -' Agencies. WE HANDLE EVERYTHING 1W OUR L!NE. SUCH AS VYHlSKiE< Gins. Rum. 8c, ano make a Specialty of the MailDr^er Business, h ISTOO LARGE, NONE TOO SMALL, MAIL US YOUR ORDER TODAY. PRICE LIST MaI?: The James Clark Distilukg Co d f SfQ Penn. ?VE.N W..WASHf^