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Vi?!.. X.XJV,NO. 89. FUEDERICKSBURQ VA.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24 1909 PRICE, 3 CENTS Avoid Danger When you are ?ick, or suffering from ajar of ths tronj?e* peculiar to womou, ?an'i daisy taten Car ??? Nxatwell-known and snocwssrnl remedy ?or wo? olen. Thousands of women have uged OaWui and been benefited. Wby not yout Don't tafce any ohances. Get Oardui, the old, reliable, ort-triea remedy, for women of all ages. CAR??I It WIU Help You lira. I/tmnia Jlorgan, Siiaotiiillt}, Tena?, vrrUm "For tan reort I taffered tritt the nun of Use, bjkJ fa-Jot? nun? rttnndie? without relief. I bad pain* all over my body and at timet I ooald rrt sfl up. At laet I took Cardal and now I ean do ray hour bnr? told many ladies ODont Oardttl and recommend It to vromen." Try it AT ALL DBUO STORES RUGS! Foreitm and Domestic Rugs, ster and Wilton Velvet, Axmin CAR PETS Factory agents for Linoleum aud Floor Oil Cloth. These goods direct from first hand?. Close Prices ana Beautiful Designs and Colorings. Marie your selection early Thousands of yards of *? "fc A To Close Out at Cost. E. C. NINDE Furniture and Carpets. Don't Risk Your Life and Property Your attention ha? l?-en rlvtdl? called to the awful crime recently co-i - uiltt.d In a county of this f?tnte, w riere two live? were lott und dwelling de ?troyed H.lely for the acknowledged purpose of BtOttfhag iii.niey I* ?ee till? not forcibly brln? to your ndnd that jour home may !>?? the next BO bt eii ttrad ood ixtHeretl of Its valnh?* eootntt T Pr .t-v-t your ftimtly and prop er'y by depo-itinir y. er eorptoo Btooay hi the BAVIN09 DBPAOTatKNT of tsrs' NatlonaJ Rank, Richmond, Va, where It will beab-ohitel} ?afe mil .urn .'i per rent la tats Bl eoatp nii'ded ?end annual'* fr. in dale at cstno? . ? ,1, I.,..*, ill- t ? -?ay f..r h.ti.kl.t. "ilil* Til ll'.NK I.VM.tll." tJslety deposit bole? for ibe tail' keeptn? i f deed?, It.turanee policies, etc , for rent Price f.'! and upward. Planters National BanK. RtchmoDd? Va CAPITAL, $300.000 00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS $1,160.000 0" 0 9 9 I 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 We Have Just Secured Some Good Second-Hand BICYCLES! ? I ; oh Tbej ara now being m ?nit in thorough good B order and tire ?ervice- Q able inat'hiiK-s. If inter Q ted call ?nid" see tbera. Q ADAMS' BOOK STORE UP-TO-DATE LIVERY STABLE. Messr*. W. J. Jacobs and George Armstrong have formed a copartnerahip under the style of Jacob* & Armstrong and have bought out the stables of K. K. Wheeler, on Princesa Anne Street. We are prepared to furnish fiirst-class teams at all times and all hours. Horses bought or sold on commission. We board hontes by day or month and they will have best atttenion. Call on u*. JACOBS <* ARMSTRONO, Wheeler-? Old Stand. FREDERICKSBURG, VA. 40 SAVED FROM BURNING VESSEL Steamer Fret] Swain Burned to Water's Edge. MANY THRILLING RESCUES Fire Broke Out In Stateroom and All ts to Subdue Flame* Were Frunlee??Burned Boat Wai One of tnr F;nr?t Packets Plying Illinois ("fiver. !'? ! Fr> d Swain t'aiitaln Veil il. Pi ? Ith Ui ll!> five ; .-..I fll rued in tl. ? - Illinois river. D| I...I.V. and Charle. } eral .if the : l.incltiR?. Tlie escape* from the barata ?e| of the i . H ist nf '.? hntu ?rere aromen nml . tni.1i. ? ? tune wh?n flam. ?alng Mum a ata! I as the burr Int ?i...-itii.-r ilr.-w near, r aha? ? It lag ."il tu the remue The ?lanaplaiik anta lowsred to the ? ? "ft ?i load of anil aal rted fur ahora the l.laiik cattgh? fli' ?it..1 fell aw;i Including ?ereral trotaea and rhll .Iren. Into the water Tota Pow? Ml: ' K \ Caron of Wot ? n the plant it r. II. .-a. i. lire, .if two ' ?lag "il their ba< ? ? The i.tiier-* aha were thrown Inti ? ? man i" ? canpwnt at a the flames, which ? ? roots I ne Furbish, ? Kirl - i lie alarm, bal ?ill (??t II.- the flames ?il"te I fruiti. .Uni! rapidly. ? Swam realising thai t n t.. beach the bunt ami II ? II er* Futile . ffiiris were nade by the u Intents t.. aare n - hall of the boat The ? Fred B.Bin ?as bulll at wsfi-r. Wli nine rears ??;?'. ami ?as ? ? ? plylni th. min?la river WHITELAW REID BACK HOME Reftrs All to Taft When Asked About London Stay. S. \t Tor*. tag .'l The Mauri? tania brought "?.i a lara*.- gaaaber of prominent persons. Including Whit* law Reh!, ambaaaadof to the court of St. .lames Mi It. i.l said he hail 1.i. detained In England by important oft t lai bustaeaa Hi sni.i he woald re turn ta l.i.n.lon < >? t 1 'How loag .In \.n! . x|'"-i to remain there? hi a hs naked "Von will have to ask Pi > Taft." he replied with a stuil. Mr Kei.i will lota hi ? family In the adln n.iat-Ks .ad hater report to dent Taft Killed by Recoil of Oun. La.trobe, I's \uk -1 - An old army musket, which has hunjr. for with other relics m tin. stt:.- of Ih. homo of th. Si Vinrent s ar. i pritst*. caused the death of Frank Schneider a driver, > m ployed at the place, when he was flnaalni the weap? on A pi-i uliar feature of tie of Schneider in ihr* fait that the re coll of Mi* weapon, not the balk ed him. Si li.'itiiler found the rusty gun to be loai' ? i and turned the Btassls to the floor In an effort to explode the chatg". 11 was sut --ossfiil. hut the recoil of Hi" nun lii.ive the tmtt into his stomach (faastag internal henior rha?e Woman Vanquishea Tramp. RTttiil. "? Aus Jl Mr> Chailes Suit of this place Is not afraltl of tramps On* treat into her yard and proceeded to help himself to a num? ber ot article* fron ta* hark por. h. When toi'! la became Im-1 pud. nf d\e him a drubbing sad then ran him off the I premises. Sugar Trust Gets Mora Tim*. N* w York. Aun 11 -Judge Molt. In the I'nited States circuit court, ex tended to Ana; 1!7 the time for the American Sugar Refining company and lta officers and directors to p! the Indictments found against Mini' by the Juns federal grand Jury for tio- ? lettons of the Sherman anil trust law. | Ws pri?t everything from a book to ? a visiting card on the power pre**** of j fb) aTrss laaes Sand ua yuur ordere ORDER NEW LID FOR ATLANTIC Crosaild Leaders Against Sun? day Selung Gel State Aid. REFORMERS ARE JUBILANT Attorney Geneial Wilson, of New Jersey. Will Call Upon Offici.-ls of ths Srasi.'e Reaort to Enforce the Lfwt Ayamst Liquor Selling on Sunday. 1 ? ' ? ' ' ' ? -ti the I ? Th. not If ? ? ? The It. ? l ia> ?il - league S M Matin, of I It I* Ul ' to 1-.' gUlll - their ? - ? ?.v.'k lo i :.iv i inn Foi f \t tha ? st the At Ian th . but bad r the ministers to tl Cafe Men Say They'll Keep Open. Atlantic ?'in tug 11 Wl Ri i ! told 11 atl..ili? on in \ "Thai i- .. i I I "... >? bet n - put a si. that *v i st s bei n pi i it 1 the attorn?' general. The) that thej ha v. an :? ar thai :i stop will to their profitai.!.' Blinda thai their places w il! be open on Sunday as o WILLARD FAILS IN FLIGHT Accident to Aeroplane, at Start Pre? vent* Record Breaking. . Y tug. II C ? Bight by ai pi ne if ills machine, th ? of tha supp I r l.ldi r was ? mil this prevent. rotn working Ircie for ncarlv a ? ? Attell Defeats Percy Cove. San F Moni. Attell retains I t'i bantamweight championship by d feetlng Pen ) Cove, of Bteattle, In the tenth ronn I ot a scheduled twentv round bowl Alt? II made a chopping block ' - nt. and af' his own un I Smith Btopped th.- fig!'' tenth Try to Lynch "Peeping Tom." ITIianuilta i'n. Ann 11 ? in?;" In tin I el and cuffed by an an??ry crowd, whit h wanted to lynch him hurri"d him to Jail. Diea While In Religious Freniy. AMncdoii Mil . Auk 21. At a col? in this pi a batr) Mai rift rol.ire.1. worked hluis.-lf Into fatteh a P Itglou* (r> nr.y that t.n linn over -exertion lieV? tus Utile Fa-iy Itlnere, the alga? ant, aale, ?ore, easy little liver pill*. A ?alve you may alway* 1rpet.il upon in any case where y..n need ealre, 1* Or Witt* tarbol'xad Witch Hazel Salt. ??specially good lor Pile*. Sold by Ooo! Met'* Modern Pharmacy. SCRIBBLERS STAFFORD ITEMS ?i r. II . V.l.. Aug. 20th. Mr. i Mr. V. 1 lerk Bryan i tied l..c if Mr. Win. ? V - ? ird. M r .. " of t ho M r. '?'? the i l lohns. " ? it xvitl Mr l ' NOTES FROM BR0CKR0A0 1808. Ida Perrj i after .. Essie Kent, of Hick*' Sb rry, of Sj?.i count;. . Mi tcr. Bertha Mary, trill k a ? Grove, is visiting her sister, Mi Chewning. Mies Lucy went on thi t<> Kll.' -tli. Velma Johnaoo, of Scr*wrnnr ville, wiio lias been ? much ? ?il. Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Johnson ;' tti.-ir mother Wed Mr. Eddie and .'red Perry, "f Spot i neigh? borhood Sum oner, of Kr. iiurn, is ;i guest of iiiT mother, Mrs. Faulroner, of Brock Road. B B KING GEORGE NOTES Kii.c H., Va.. Aug. 80. Mr. Luther Mil!.-. to tlie hospital ?t Staunton on the 20th by u guard. Mr and Mi York, are visiting in? mother at rebttix ea in K Mr. Walter (olton, owner of the town Stratford, in Texas, and the aranlthtn : that State. who has b?_-cn visting hit r.-lar ::ty, has returned. star. Thonvn P. Hak.r and Mr-. liaker, with their children, are visiting hi? parents,Mr. ami Mrs. W. K. Baker, near Shiloh. Mrs. Allen Si th, M Roaalie E. Smith, her daughter: Mi.-s Minnie ?;. Smith, Mia* Sophia R. Taylor, lien. Ogle Ta.loo an.i Kreii ('. 8. Hun . t.? at? tend t: Taylor and Miai rannj i ? . lfd. The dinner at St tuons one and graatrj enjoyed, be*?iet being a Mrs. Hattie M. Pitxhugh, <>:' ?ngton, >f her Yellow Hill n Campbell. Mr. Tims. I.. Hunter ami Goo. Ogle returned from < - il in a SUES FOR FALSE ARREST BttB*agn National ,ir Hampton, i cuit court ? I. elainting ?.?.ooo damage- trr.st. . tly on complaint of Manager Adam? n the . r?ble quant silverware t'rom offal that M from ' n He wa* ac? quitte.!. Tike i uhatyn !.??*??? .at- ?! t?iiot 11 lit?? (Ina: . -t? ***h it Jt i to * n cu,i e?t RofncatBlly of any I h I.Micmef ltd, tf yoo will hut let litre* t it Modern Pharmacy. BELIEVE SHOOTING WAS ACCIDENTAL Not lh.iuiilit Thal Trank? ut,t I ,.m milted Suitide. of J. Prank i icitle. ? ? .1 slmrt time before been : ?ul though I a number ? irp'. ii : had quarrt ? ? ci.lent. Mr. and Mr-. Covey, of N News, arrivi I ? REV. OR GEORGE H. RAY ? tartt >l ?it SI Mr. P. G. 1 ? ? .?irlv ' Mr. i; has I.. ? I "llf. r. ' ' felt llir..i. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION l..r < l.-rk turner Mill be II,Id Here September lllh. Will be held at the |* limit, 18 t" : will not I..- admitted to I mil ap| or lin.?- who . busban ? res, bul ? onlj Applicants must l?- pli) and male app u-.-t I inches in height, without . and weigh not le tunda without overcoat or hat. application blanks ami for full in? to the exam iii..ns..luti. - promotions, ate, address immediately ; ? it. Board of Civil aminers, Post-office, Fredericl Va. VIRCINIA NEWS will hold its annual meeting in Staun? ten Oct. 7 a. Samuel C. Dai lev died at ins home, by three broil Capt Joseph K. rVillard, who is m Vienna, will sail for America .>" :< -hip of the French I I.yiirliliiirj? propoa I ?mprovementa i-too.ooo in bonds, and it will bring th.- bonded debt of the city up to S.'.r.l.'i. I'*'. The oontraet for tits government building in Winchester has osen award? ed t.. I ? ontractors, I ' work will beg J. II. Mi-Cue. of Virginia, has li.-.-n bed a clerk in the Unreal! of Ini migratum by transfer from the \var Department at a ?aviary of $1,000 per annum. . formerly of North? umberland county, now of the Depart? ment of Justice. Washington, left July ..'nth "i i lion with im? portant cases of that department at Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Salt La*! Denver. lie will return to Waliington loth. THANKS Th" Baraca Bibl thank all who aided in making tD . ?urh a au?'' The Commit tee. COLORED MARRIAGE Horace Allen anil Martha Hart of Wi.tewuter, were man it I.utas ai I nes,lay at 'i V M ow . ? In all ' Kl ne.? au 1 it a In r ir Mi . ne .* alaay? SM rtcomm^nt 1? Devfttt's Kidney and Bladder pi - area ttsaaAataadai ?- lawkta* riey? t>> peril mi their l:ii,..-taiit woik. Rut * li.-n you auk 'or Me-ae pill* be \> ??! tlve thai .?."1 K'l 1'eW I*? ? kidney and - I'il!? '1'iiereare tmltati -na placed upon aale to deceive y. u (let lieWlit'a IB ,o tLt'UJ, ?au,l 11 >wur dealer ctu not supply you?nafu** anything akaa In plac* of them Sold by ?io< Irlrt,'* Modern Pharmacy. - <%<?'%r>WWV%'%r?: .i sacrifice"! clothing sale i STOCK OF R. E. BOZCLL & CO. Quick ?ale BELOW COST of large stock of Cloth- 0 ?ng, Slio?'H. 11 ?it-. LTmbreUtM, Trunks. f9 Suit Cfetees, Uenttt' Paraiadtixafija, Etc. sp This is a good opportunity to secure good $P Clothing, Overalls, Gents' Furnish- *P ings, Suit Cases, Trunks, Etc, BE- ** LOW COST, as this stock must ?* be sold at once Below Cost. $+ * R. E. BOZELL & CO., $ A 307 Commerce St. W. k. -OOLBICK. Trastee. <*> Wheat require? a fertilizer that contains ammonia in different forms, some slow, some sctive. to provide gradual and continual food to the plant from i maturity. r is one fertilizer that doe* this?one that is Nature's own provision for wheat crop?one which contain? ingredients that the chemists have never been able to put into fertilizer. It it genuine Peruvian Guano Old farmers of Virginia and the Carolina's recall the splendid crops grown with Peruvian Guano year* ago. No fertilizer discovered has ever equaled it tor producing enormous yields. Your land probably needs just sucha toil improver. Order one ?T two Ions and compare the results with those from any commercial fertilizer. Write for prices, and full information. Agencies still open in tome localities. Peruvian Guano Corporation, Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C. COLORED BAPTIST CONVENTION Ret, .1. .1. (art. Devotion* R. i;. Graham, Kev. J. J. Car? ter. Supt. .1. !.. Bailara, Miss Martha Fowlkt. S it t W. 11. Brown intro \ M.. I?. D.. a Bible scholar and lecturer of Sunday School xxor of Christ". l?r. \ .il his lecture to the audience in an int ... using lilack l?iar.l and map?. choir under lead of I:.,, .i. A. Bon \. Grahnm, Dr. R. B. Hardy. Scrip i.tntiluctory sermon preached by I ?r. J. H. Randolph. <>f I ..rtsmouth. "We Stoat *x..rk the works of Him that the text. A strong an ttrgvtd. Early : children to the Christian life, shunning the ex ils of youth, les Ideal Irving on the part of Christian? aren brought out in the ser? mon. Church and Sunday School ex? cursions taken up, the idle and Wteksd of tho race and associating them with tender young people were condemned. intense interest. Dr. ,1. Milton Waldron, of Washington, I rayer. animal tem|>era?ice rc|?ort of Mrs. A 1 Morris w tus listened to with interest. Th. rc|Kirt dealt with the ? ior traffic in every aspect and urged local option and prohibition on part of cities and counties; total ab? stinence was recommended for all the people. Dr. W. T. Johnson read re? port of committee on tem peraiica. The report was dis Mrs. A. E. Blackwell, and Hen. T. C. Walker. Rev .ft.. Robinson, Prof, I?otigford, Kev. A. G. Brown. Prof. D. t?. Jarox, Dr. C. H. Johnson. R !.. Clay, of Bristol, the Anti Saloon advocate ami orator, addressed the con? vention Friday afternoon. The con? tention declared for Statewide prohibi The following committees were an ?1: Resolutions, Dr. W. M.Moss, Dr. ? . H. Johnson, Prof. C S. Bundy. Rev. I.. A. Perkins. I. H. Carter, Jas. D. Johnson. Chas, M. Bland, Rev. U.U. DtJtOta, Rev. R. Mraham. Education, Dr. (?. W. Gotxle, Dr. J.E. Jones.Prof. I. W. Buco, Rev. J. H. Randolph. Rev. J. Andrew ?tow 1er, Miss A. J. James. Dr J. II. Johnston. Prof.W. E. Robin? son. KK1DAY MORMNtl. ? nt Dr. t'. H. Johnson, Bristol, in chair; convention opened by by T. II Coles, I. II. Carter. Mrs. Emma J. R. Washing? ton. The report of union committee by Rev. .1 Andrew Bowler was considered. J. II. Sampson, of Richmond, moved ?h provoked discussion by J. H. Samfieon. I.. A. Perkins, R. Si. V \ lA.tt. Hon. T. C. Dr. W. T. Johnson. Mr .1. Mdton Wakiron, Washington; Mis. Carrie V. Dyer. Hartshorn College. ?id, Miis L V. Crawford. Rich Mr. Joeeph Walker. f>edericks burg, were introduced to the body. The afternoon session was devotctl to B. Y. P. 1' work. R. E. Clay apoke. fffes rrM Lasse* la prapanfl to do all stud* ot Jt.b pHattag ta Irst ilaas ?tj/ta a* ?acaUrat* ftdass. ifP Wood's Descriptive C Fall Seed Catalog now ready, five? the M information about all Seeds for the Farm and Garden. Grasses and Clovers, Vetches. Alfalfa. Seed Wheat. Oats. Rye. Barley, etc. aha tell? ail ?ttout Yegetatle & Rower Sais that can bo plantel in the fall to advantage and profit, and about Hyacinths, Tulips and other Flowering Bulb?. Vegetable and Strawberry Plants. Poultry Supplie* am! Fertllit*rs. Kverv r?rmer tr 1 rtrrferer ?hould haxe thlt c.i.lrw e la 111 helpfulne.? ?nil tiii:*r?:i*e lie.?for ? i r. r.uible and ?til,I.e.m Fana t.arden. Catalogue inx-'m? fr?t* on r.qua.t. Writ, for it. T. W. WOOD & SONS, ^3 Stedtman. ? Richmond. Va. ?j Take Notice! WOODS' MEAL Is only packed in paper sacks. Never sold loose. A. B. Bolts ft Co. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Agents Office 312 commerce Street. Represents sixteen first-class com? panies. Rates low as the lowest, and loasen promptly adjusted and paid. CHICHESTEKttCO. Fire. Ufe. Acreident and Health INSURANCB Beat Caaannnnt ana Btatt Kahn. *-rtr lett * Goalrict; Bxttttoar^ Pi lana i Anne St.? t^sthn.r.httjairg^ ?a.