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A? IXDKri^PwaWT NiasPjaJT?. ?1 m-fBKLT ? SawtMl-y-tsaj 8.S? P.r Tear, ia Ait im THUBrDAT, .HI,Y J?? ist-.?!? . ?? .... ?.??-? 1 t, !??? ? . ?I?? ? ??- . TliK BUD Of TB CiMl'Air.N The pv-aseot campaign for state and legislative otttcers Is about draw? ing ho a close and doubtless people sil ovar ths Stats will be glttd ?hen the poll? close on Aug ~>th and tbe final result is announced. Tbe cam palgn bas bean absolutely feature!? t s save for tbe unfortunate croas firs of chars-?*) flying; back and forth from Mr. Tucker to .In.ige Mann, from Judge Maun to Mr. Tucker and be twsjsQ Msasrs. K?lner and Brown. caandMate* for Pominissi >ner of Vg rlculture. To us tbe campaign has demonstrated one thing most firci bly and that Is the deplorable weak Bsss of the Iletnocratk* primary plan. We might as well fates the music and admit that the primary In lutenm-h unpopular among the rank an.) Hie of the DwxBtMftbtat party sjn.l that it is doomed to perish shortly unie?? some radical changes for th?? laetta r can be auggesteil. The campaigns now excite no In ???rest and it is small wonder tbat tbe candidates tall to abusing ??ach othsr when they speak all over the State to empty court tiou*s and ?seing about one fourth of the elec? torate turning out f?ir tbe primary election- with this ??ondition exist? ing they feel the ne?-??*slty of inject? ing some life Into tbe campaign, hence personal criticism Is engen? dered. Another trouble the primary plan erHHjunter?. so long as is Is used by only one of tbe political parties in a state, Is the tendency of Totere c f the other party to rote in same Thus many Republicana In Virginia desir? ing for various reasons to help one candidate or the other will doubtless attempt to and many will stx-veed In voting in the Democratic primary. This is, of course, all wrong and should not be permitted where known. The primary is a Democratic affair, pure and simple, and if on? belongs to tbe other house be should not meddle with his neighbor's In? ternal affairs, unless he is ready to take the pledge which binds him to support the nominees of the opposite party in tbe primary. A CLEVER RUSE. THs Way an Ingenious Pan? Merchant Saved Cab!? Tolla. ? SSBltbj istiThasI In rail? who does sn cji.-ii-iM- imsloess with Japan was Informed tbat s prominent firm in Yokohams had failed, but tbe name of the firm be maid uot learn He could have learned the truth by cabling; bat to save expense Instead he went to a well known banker who bad received ths news aud requested him to reveal ths name of tbe firm. "That's t very delicate thing to do,' replied the bBSSaSr, "fur the newt is not official, and If I gave you ths name i might Incur some responsibility." The merchant argued, but In vain, and Dually be made this proposition: -| will ?rive you," be said, "a. list of ten linua lu Yokohama, and I will ask you tu look through It and Uten tell me. without mentioning any name, wheth? er or not the name of tbs Arm which has failed appear? In It Barely you will do thst for tneT" "Yes," said the banker, "for If I do Bot mention any name 1 cannot bs held responsible lu auy way." Tbe list was uisde. The banter looked through tt and as he banded it back to the mer-cnant said. "Tbe name of ths merchant who bas failed la there." "Then I've lost heavily." replied ths aXat-rchsnt. "for that is the Arm with which I did business." showing him a asms on the list. "But bow do you know that la ths arm which hat fslledT" asked tbs hanker In surprise. "Very eselly." replied the merchant. "Of tbe ten un m?ra on ths list only one Is genuine mat of tbe firm with which I did business ah tbe others sea Ac tltjUUB " Tt the Democratic Voters of Orange County. I most respectfully announce myself a candidate tor renomination for the House of Dtslegates from tills county, at the Dssaocrati.' primary election, to be help sotas time this summer 1 still advocate bettor schools, bettor roads and eqnali tavtlon of tax tvtaessmeute on both per ???nal and real property as far as poasi bts. I Toted for the Byrd law and 1 am h lat? lily lu favor of its enforcement. I also favor t lie greatest latitude of local option an.i will cast my ballot for the submission of the litiuor qua-etion to tin wbols people of this State. Thanking you for the honors heretofore bestowed upon me, I am, Very restaartfully, C. C. Tallaterro, 8r., tf Orange, Va ? CARD To My Fellow Cittxeas of Fredericks burg, Va. A large number of my friends have ask - ed me to become a candidate for the office of Commonwealth's Attorney for city of Freder1?'k?burx and at Useirsolicl tation I hare decided and hereby an Basaass xnyself ss a candidate for that position. Ot coarse my success at the polls In Noretuber depends upon tlieauij port of my friends and I earraestly ask wXwxasBBfjt-t-rt. Itajlajctod I shall with my best aMflty eodeavor to perform the duties required of this position, and I shall execute those duties without ?ear or favor. Bespnctfully. Wm. W. BatJtaer KXKDTORw NOTICE. Hsvisg qxaSatlaSd aa ?xecator of Rich? ard White, dtcsstsd. I hereby notify thoss owing said estate to settle at once with tas saalBr?lgBid, aad thoss having rsShnt sashwrt the ainssin present taxes, propsriy vsttfed to tito saderslgn si tw his attornsy a Bsradoa White, Exseotor of Rt'hard Whits. W. W. tatsssr, Attorney, rrsdwrkarsbarg. Va. llyM-wtw VOTE FM ItOeVH 1? the pee-wat tarn pagara Ja.. Thorn, lui Brows, ol Bsd-ndeouary. te easktse* th? so?laatlou for ?...tun.L.ioa.r ol Ag riealtar? la op^o?lilo- to th? feraatbeai. 8eo W. Kotusr. ead tbs r. c trS. of the two mea ora ??-illuaate eel - es-uolrv | Mr. Browu Is ?Is. m r ol ' ?-?_??_ I pariese?; h? was lastra a-rots. Is harta? ! Um goverment .?tail ?h He Board ut Cata** ?..-araotloe, and ?-srved tea year? I at Its chairman, he wa? lostra*ae_tal m I havl ig utabBabii tb? Virginia Tracker? Kipert-oenl Biatlon tt*a Noff ?Ik; be was a nt? -?ember of the < ? d State Agri? cultural Society, and a member of Its Kxecutlee t. mniitn-e, aad he wae > a three orna ?Un? appointed by tbs ?Joveroor of tb? State s deWgate to the Farmer?' .Nation?! 0 agree?, he has mry?d la th? Logldatu ?, wa? a member ? of the late Constitutional t oov?*-tlou, red lor many >esr? as rector of tbs j board of via* tor. of V P I . acting: fir a . ? a? president of tb ?t Institution; a? : _wmber of lb? I'.iO.iliutloi al t'onvei - i Moa h? i-Mnlsrsd ?lgssl a rvlce to tbs I good road? moveiMDt of the S-ate. and | la all these position? <f tru?t !.. mani? festad the high et lotrgrliy. and greatest devotion m the lot.reat? ? f tte i mni'jo wsalth. He le to favor of harm, o'.oue co operatloa bet ?.-a a. of the ?__.ii.-v. a la th? State that are workli k f- r the ad? vancement of agrV u ' t-j re Mr. K?lner'? . Ificiil MSued i? wlen be? fore th? pe .pi? of the ctaie lti?a matter ot com m m knualrk'ge that Mr. K?lner lise been at loggerhead? with the Board of Agricultor* for |.a? The Audtllug i om milt-?- app. luted by tb? State L--*elature to lu-pect v ?trino? State Dep .rttneots. gave ' I U-a'i Billa of Health'' to all.xcept i on-ml ttooer of Agriculture, (.leo. W. Kotier It was establlsbei by that retort tttat Mr K?lner bal not obeyed or ? f .reed the law governing hie departiaeut; that be rendered lncort?rt ?tatsmeof? to the auditor; lb?.? proper voucher? were nut given t..r ami-j ?pen*, that hl? 8-social reporte cou d n it b-> ve'tfl d; aud that tk? had been careles? ?nt! u b-.iur.f- it In the conduct ot the affair- of bl? ta? ? It ha? b?en ?tp.nl? ch-?r_? d. with proof to ?apport it that Mr Koloe-. by In? direction, att. nirtti.l to Ckt itrvl ;?*gt-l_ ?Ion In h!?okv _ ltitrif .t?_-c..-iuile?1<.i.?*r. aa ?.?aluel the Board uf Ag-k-ul u e It baa be? n further ?barged with p o .1 to .o.tatu It. that Ur K. Iu-*r. - claim? to the pree-nt campalgo tb? credit ot the FertlPzer Bill, tn fact bad nothing to do with Its pasesg*. i ut waa In oiL lualon wish tbe f?rtil'? ?r pe. pi? agatuat the beat tntervet* of like farm*e_ State These t ba-gee agalnat Ur ??Jas? h. k been made tvia-lou. g> n'ieae ? of uu .luuht-d versrltr. and inre c >_talti-d 1o a number of lette.-?. whle t can b* bad by anyone up n application t.. Ur Brosu at Murphy? HoUl. Bk-hmocd 1 i view uf lb?*-- two record? tt vnu.it app*ar that un Intelligent pet .. bealtate ab tut vntlogf .r Mr Hrown and .g*.ln?t Mr. Kon.r advtlt Pot-tie? Cautr Typ ?cid In I" T?.ai ?mona the men ..: i ? ? to bad pot atoa? ?a? the ?Tflctal verdict of a naval physician on the suppl.t ?hip Celtic after a thorough inv?-stigatlon Order? Thirty Locomotive? Dunkirk luit 27 ?The Missouri Pa? cific i '.-r with the Ameri can l^K.tmtitire . ?impar.> for thirty loeoni' : dated type PRODUCE QUOTATIONS. The Latest "".losing, Prices For Producs and UM Stock. PHILADELPHIA ? PI ?OCR uuiet. rinter low .' ?inter clear J ? mills, fane I RYE n.ol'K steady, per barrel. }! WHEAT seiet; n-v?. No . re I. J CORN steady No I white, local, fcO*?j|: ' OATS quiet. No I white, ?lipped. ?i lower grades. 5*c. HAY firn. timothy, large bales per ton. $174* IT ??" !.THV Like ?teady; ber old rooster* II. Dressed ?1 choice fowls 17c ; oid rooster? HCTTER firm extra cr-atn.-r . r lb Ei'.C.s stead) nearh. POTATOES steady ne? per bar tel. 7" t Live Stock Markets. PITTSBCRl'. it'iiiun St.*. k YartUl ? CATTLE steady; choice $?; ".??86.7S prime. |6.15'i; SHEEP ?t?sale; lambs lower, prims wethc ills and ?on. mon. 11 .'Ai?r-.. lambs. S.?ottrT. real ! ilOtiS I..-.!, prime heavi?^. ! 8 5"; mediu: . ,w Yorkers. ight Yorker pir,.t $7 7r,tJ8; roushe. $? LOCAL MARKKTfl ? Corrected by Simon Hlrsb A Bro ) Wheat, 'JOc to $1.0.". corn ho to *_? meal, $1.75 to $1.85; ?ata, 60 to 55; old hen?. He?, 10 to 11 ; ?prlog chick ?u?, IS to 1 Gc per poand; ?**?*., 17 to 18; lard, 10 to 13; dncks. Uve S to 10; tur? key?, lira, 10: butter, IS to 35; country ham?. II to 15; Irish potato??. SO to To, lambe, $'.50 to $4; hides, e-reeo, 6 to 7: dry salted, 8 to _>; dry hide?. 10 to 14; calf ektna No. 1. $1 00 to $1 35; baled hay. $14 to $17 per ton; leal sumac, 70 to 75 per 100; hog?, 5V; heel, ?It? weight, 8 to 4c.; pork. 6 to 6V, wool, 38 to 30 per lb; veal. b% to 6 M< ?NEY TO LOAN la ?am? ot $8O0 and upward?, real ??tete ?ecurity. Apply to Cblcheeter A Cblch-eter. Attorney?, la tf STATS of Virginia In the Clerk's of fice of Circuit court of the county of Spoteylvania ?n the27th day of July. 1900. Charle.? Minor, plaint ft Lixxie Minor Smith, Joseph Minor. Philipp Minor, adults; Samuel Minor Ralph Minor, Andrew Minor, infant? un der 14 yetar? of age. Benj I'urvi?, guar ?l'an ail Htsts of ? ?id bstlti defer daoti The object ?it this suit i. to partition the real esta*.- of which Jotaeph Minor died seized, aituita**?l in Hpotwjlvani.t county. Va And a i alfidavit haviiitr been iiiBdi* an?l ?ile.l ihat the ?Mcndaiitw, I.iz/.ie Minor Mmii.li, Joseph Minor, Philipp Minor, Samuel Minor, Kalph Mi-or and Andrew Minor, or.? not re.i den'e of the Slate of Virginia, it w ortier ed that they do appear here within til teen day? aft.r due publication hereof, and do what may le* nec.-?ary to pro axel their inter-st in this auit. And it ia further orde'eii tlittt n <*?>py Btasaf be published one? a week for four eucesaive weeks in The Free Lance newapsper. published in Frederickaburg, Va, anil tbataccpy be poste?I at the front door of the ciiurUiiiiise ol this county on or before the next sixveeding rule day after en'ry hereof T.ste: T. A. Harris Clerk. Alvln T. Kmbrey, p q A copy?Teste: T. A. Harris, Clerk. j2?w4w Richmond College Founded in 1832, the institution has grown ?teadily In power and etli-lency. College plant and en downment worin over $1,200,ihm? Courses of study lead to degrees of I' ?V , B. B , M A. andLL B. Moderate expenses. Session opens (Sept. H For catalogue and Information ad? dress, PMtsldsnt P. W. Boatwrlgbt. fOehmoDd, Va. tsspO Sale Starts WEDNESDAY, July 28. T.N. BRENT Sale I: nds SATURDAY, July 31. ^fLfrV* Semi Annual /CULI Discount Sale This Stores Semi-Annual Discount Sale will be recognized as the Biggest Legiti mate Bona Fide Merchandise Movement of the year. Every department is effected and a Saving Range from One Tenth to One-half below regular prices. Th s sale as you know is f*? the purpose of Clearing Stock of Spring and Summer Goods. For 4 days, beginning Wednesday. July 28; Ending Saturday Night, July 31, We Offer This Entire Stock at REDUCED PRICES. Dre?s Goods, Silks All Dress Goods and Silks at Reduced Prices durii.jf this Sale. One lot Dress Goods, worth 5?V and 60e, .---ale price per yd 29c One lot Hest Quality Sheno Silk, sale price . 29e One lot Plain and Fancy Shantunjr. sale price 39c One lot of Rajar, in solid colors only, sale price . 39c All Black and Colored TaiTeta. Messalines. Peau De Soir, Foulards, Chinas, etc.. will ?be included in this sale. Wash Goods All 12 l-2c Madras and Ginghams, sale price 9c All 12 l-2c ?36 in. Percale, sale price 9c One lot Silk Batiste. Silk Mulls.Silk Chiffons in plain colors. and fixtures, worth 2ix-: ?sale price per yard One lot 12 l-2c Lawns, sale price ?50c Dr??ss Linens, all colors, sale price 25c Dress Linens, sale price 12 l-2c Linen Finish Cannon Cloth, in whit? stripes, sale price colors anil 9? 5c 29c 18c 9c House Furnishing: Goods One lot White Bed Spreads, full size, worth $1. sale price 79e One lot of 12 1-_Y Towels. 6 for 50c, each . 9? All Shifts. Sheet injrs. Pillow ('.. ri? Table Linens Napkins. Towels. Ktc. at Reduced Prices during thi Large une of Lace Curtains to he sold, ran. from 25c t?> $3 75 Miscellaneous Items pnces R?duction in White Goods of All Kinds Madras. Check Muslins. Dimitie. ??on)/ Cloth. Embroideries. Laces. Ktc. You will find all of t goods included in this sale Iridies' 2?c\VindsorTit- 19? 2?C Collars 19c 2-Sc Jabots 19c 25c Belts . . 19c 25c Pelting . 19c Belt Buckle and Pins 19c Beautv Pin Sets 19c Veil Pins . . 19c 1 lot Ladies' 2Sc H?OM . 19?. 1 lot 15c Vest each 9c I rlmnii-,1 with la?*??. i?r 3 f, ?r 9Sc) 1 lot of LOO, 1.7."?. LW Long Silk Gloves, sale price . . 59c 1 lot of 12 and 16 Button Cape Gloves, valued at ale price . 98c I/ot 1 Embroideries 31-2c 5c L?t3 .7 1 2c I-it I 9. Come early and get these prices. 1 lot of Kid and Leather Melts to be s?ilil at 9c ?ach. SPOOL COTTON John Clark's Machi: ton X spoils for 5e 200 yard spoils, black and white. Special Prices on All Notions All Trunks and -Suit Cases Reduced Ready=to=Wear Garments, Muslin Underwear, Etc. We have included in this sale our large line of Ladies' Royal Muslin Underwear. Fine White Print Dresses. Wash Coat Suits. Jumper Suits. Wash Skirts, (both white and colored;i Shirt Waists. Children' White Dresses. Etc. Special Black. Mercerized Sateen Pettticoat, Sale Price 49c ?Come Rain or Shine! Come any distance. Tour visit will be a profitable one. The T. N. BRENT Store Fredericksburg. Virginia. l-'^fefcafei^^ ? Ai-aslU-i-i-U-ilBl^^ Potomac, Fredericks burg and Piedmont Railroad. Tisa Tabu? No IS. la ?a?? a* I a. at A -?-?* i. i?ta Dt?g MUae Dall* ?smb. *-oa? _.Seek>t ?aaay Masas Mo. L," ?.^-g. Mo 1. A M. !.. Ar P M sot F-e-sr-t?eSe-g -.a kl? * a ai?-. t ?4 , ? M ? atlas Bo_4 am ! sa r Sobar?? '??** km ? I.air-aa -.*? i an la Ait-*-- t.?. , am ii Kar_K? t?i t.?. i* Bi-_kros_ ta a? u atephsa? ta ! ?M IS Parker 1.11 km m New Boss IM ?.I* a Tla-.r 14. ?m M Sajf-o-la i.m ?m a Tw-_wavt_s l* I?. a Ulif-ra lia la.? m Ca-oavUle I.? m Naeoa? lia Taylor Lt.-? I m Lt. 11?. I bar? with B. P. S P. war t'o. (.'aeeapea?-' A *>hlo S. K. Th. ubi/ lin? to tas i*_asi-Uon?Uk. aa?? wn -?atara awkadar- Tlisa. Dali/ -sept ?ui..1-j> M. Mk?TKLI..K, Soper1nU?ti.l?in ?. K. WHBELEK I FUNERAL DIRECTOR ? EMBALMER Corner Charlotte and P?-'neee? Anne Ht. Phons t.. ?"rsdenchr^o--- Va. Open Nigrnt and Day ? ? etc ?il and Tel?; h. r.? <>rd?r* p ?Miss imm?diat? ?ttentlo-. 1 |N t he Clerk'? n Hice til the Cirrnit court ?I the county til Wtaftord on the 2im\ lay ot July, l??ii. Wilson Decator and Harry Decator, partner?, doing l.ua in se a-i Wilson Deent.tr A Hon. plaintiffs again?! ilie N'a'ional Copper Ore Cum pany, .leleutl .n'a Id aasampHit and upon an at'a. liniPiit The object ol this suit I? to ?ul.ject tbe effect? ?ml .?fltate i.f Hie defendant com? pany In thec<iuntj ot Stafford, Va, W. tbe payment of the plaintif!?' claim, t<> wit: tlie ?urn < f $31.50 with interest from - day ?if -, 190?, till paid. And an affidavit having having beeu made and hied that the defendant, the Nation ?I l'opter Ore Ctimpany, la not r?silient of tne State of Virginia, It la or d.re.l fiat they do appear lurre within fifteen days a'ter due pultlicatlon hereof, and do what may be nnreeeary to pro tectttelr interest !n thi? ?tilt And It is further ordered that a copy hereof le ' puhliahed once a week for four week? in I The Fr.e Lance, a newspaper pul.llahsd , in Fredarickaburg, Va., ana that a copy be posted at tbe front door of the court ho.se of thi? court on or before the next autceeding rale day of th? court. A copy?Teste: C. A. Bryan, Clerk. 0 B. Wal'aee. p. q ? ?_<.?? I? HANOVER SCHOOL Miss W. F. Scbuoler, rr1ni-1.nl. Will reopen on Thursday. Sept. 'Hh. at Krederteksborg. Vs.. Knullah branoha-s. Including higher mathematl?*a end the sekness taoRbt, bIsu Latin, Krt>mh and Qerman. Miss 8?! 11a Bockoar Moot sTODtsr/ aad Miss Baratte Is. Bruwn ?111 asalat alias Schooler during tbs comlog; Terms payable quarterly In edtaore. Por farther lnlormatt in ?ddrsss Hiss W. F. Schooler, r'rciiericktburg, Va ?JO''? 3l?WaaodU?*p'..ltSa?rjt?. Rll ilB?U?lJ, rhM.S.Rll ?.aaaaj K1, A*D P-O-aHlllAC RAILBOAL) Schedule eBect?te May ?tO, Umivj L?tate Kroderlrksborg. Northward: o-3o a. m. treek dart, locsvl; 7:05 a. m ?lall/; T-ai a. m. dally ;10:.*?V a. m. dally local; 1:38 p. m. wtstk days; B:.'10 p I m. dally, loeaL 7.-01 p. m. dally; 10:0V p. to. dally. l?*aTS Krt>d?.r1ckeburg Booth ward: ? 0:65 a m. dally, A C. L. train; 6.-01 t. i ji. trssk daya, local; H:r>;i a. ib Bonds} t I inly, local; 10:1*? a. as. dally, 8. A I CnBlu; I .' 4? p la ?ta-ajk days, lOBBl. ",ii<? 1 p.at ?J?alij, A 6 '.. train; ?S:!iS b. u. I ?Mr. t-o-aai, 8.S1 *,?. m. d-ilv. o ^ I I train. I Local Insu Washington ?rrlwaa I 1:0V I s. m. arasa day t. I ?Vri-1't.i. BD ! d-vartorss n??t |iit.i wM? W P Vsylor, ?rallie M tai?a?. '? C. Cox. least Bricks! Bricks ! Beat gradee of all kinds, made and banted ta Frederlckeburg. Send your orders to E. I>. Cole, Sol? Agent, or to Frcdericksbnrg Brick Co. Fboivsa 15 or ITS? Lfxrs? deHtsry ir f O. B. ears oi sta? m boat Headquarters For Building Materials, 1 keep all kinds of North Carolina ?nd Virginia Lamber, dressed an?! xndreused, Shingles, Laths, Saab Doors, and Blinds, Lime, Cement '?leine Plaster, Plastering Hair Bailding and Pa-ring Brlek. Tin and Iron KoofiiiK, Oat and Wire Nails, s.1 finds Ready-Mtied Palnta and Dry faint, Llnteed Oil, Tarpentine, Dryei Varnish and Lewis's White Lead, faint Brashes of all kinds, Wlndo-s -rlass and Patty, Ballders' Hard war? tf all kinds. Tar Rooting, Sheathtns ????per and tine Briek. Keep large stoek of Bewer Pipe and fire Clay Pipe. K. D. Cole. Agent for sals of bricks of Frederick? borg Brick Company SAVE YOUR MONEY Don't Buy Until You1 Get LOWERY'S Prices OIN Dry Goods, Notions & Millinery MID-SUMMER SALE HIRSHS'SPECIALS Ltttltcn' Waeli Suite from f-'t and up. Extra .itiality White and Colored Waist? at ?,(>?. Wash rtkirtH from Toe to f ?. A regular Ma Lisle Hose, tau aud blink, for I.V. I ?adle* Vest? for ?c, worth 10. A good i|tiallty Hllk, 27 Inches wide. In all colors, worth .".tic, for _"!><?. Trimmed Hat? from f 1 and up. Sailor Hate from 98? to $?"> A biff Un? of wide Unen I .?nee at ."> ? Many other Sjteclal Hargaln? at Isaac Hirsh & Son. 924 Main Street. P-H-r WASTKI) Intelligent men or woman wanted for epeclel work In tbl? vlclnlt/, payteg t_..-,0 a day. fur tliree months. J. B. N.. (-?re ?Free l?ance." iv_418t We print ?verything from a book to a rlstttBg card on the power prsssee ot It? rrm Laace ?aad m your order? FOR SALE _-kg.?ter--_ Aberdeen Angoa bull?, 1 and C months old. Fine pedi?r*ee. Very reasonable prices. Farmer?, Im prov? your etock aad get rid of borne. , David I Jay nee Ua?a pona?, Ta Ben tenue Faim. I.il3et 6" St ?JPa ?Ave THE BUSy'cOPNER WaAtSHINQTON. O. C It Will Pay Well to Subscribe to One of the Washington Daily Newspapers To Keep Posted on Our Wonderful JULY CLEARANCE SALE BARGAINS : Something new and talen-*ting each dtttj Bavingt un- fully >\ half on ail Simi ni-r Mon'handis*' If not i-.iuveui.Mit to coiiiH t?> Hn nt-on.? p* rt-uiimllv, writ" for \vli?,t von wi.nt. All purchases of $5 and more sent transportation prepaid to points within Virgin a. West Vir Kinia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and North Carolina Clearance Sale -OF Summer Footwear At T1M1.KKI.AKE_ SHOK STORE. Timberlaks's ?hoes are big values at regular pries?, and when Tlmberlake cut? price? then your dollar can do duulile duty. Womeu'? Tan Su*de Auk le Strap! Mle-kee and Children? Oxford? and Pump?. Tan Viel Kid Oxford? and Strap Sandal? at prices at value? kid Skin lllucher Oxfords, regular I that n-ipea! to the moat economic 1 76__.d9.00 value?, at $1 BO buyers. Women'? Gun Metal Calf, Ku??la C .?.Patent Colt and Viel KM 9 _**? let I'uiup?, custom made, 2.50 val oes at. 2 00 Women? Hand-welt Cat. Colt 0_t? for.if and 2 Eyelet Cumpa, hlgb gra.l?* footwear, regular ".00 values, aw a m Women's Patent Colt Oxford?, Pat? ent Colt ami Rusala Calf Ankle Strap Sandal?, had sewed, regular .'trio kiltiee. at. ... 'I 0O lien'? Tan, Patent Colt and liun Metal Oxfords, The .last Wright and Croasett Regular UK) Oxford?. at . . rt.50 Bot s Patent Colt and Russia Calf Oxford?, 3.00 values, at. 2 .".0 Men? ?"> oo and 8 oo Panama Hat? at ... -'! 08 Men'? 1 iHtHiraa liai? ?it ".ike Remember the Name and Place ED. TIMBERLAKE, The Shoe Man _904 Main Street._ FARMERS' NOTICE Buy your wagons of us. Buy your buggies of us. Buy your harness of us. Buy your saddles of us. We have the biggest Htock in Fre<lerickaburg and the LOWEST PRICES that can be given. We are agents for the Famous FORD AUTO? MOBILE. Fredericksburg Buggy Co. capital resources surplus & profits $50,000.00 5400,000.00 $10,000.00 Constant Growth is Best Evidence of Satisfactory Banking Deposits June 21,1006.$ 9,018.90 (Firet Pay.)_ Deposits July 21,1906. $ 40,608.09 _(First Month.)_ Deposits Dec 81, 1906. 8118.872.47 Deposits Dec. 81, 1907. $248,402.20 Deposits Doc. 81, 1908. $270,178.78 Deposits Apr. 28, 1909. $329,129.60 Laet Statement to State Corporation Commission. S Per Cent Interest Paid on Sartng* Ac-count*. Commercial Ar connte ?riven ererj Ar-coinrnodatlon possible constatent with conservative banking. The Farmers & Merchants State Bank Fredericksburg, Va. If. O. WILJJS, Preeldent. JNO. F. GO?LDMAN.y?., Cs-tlder. Bank Open on Saturdave Until ? p. m.