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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interests o? Fredericksburg and the Tidewater ?nn pi*im u ? ? i ? i n 11 VOL. XXIV, NO. 109. FREDERIGKSBURG, VA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1909. PRIOE, 3 GENTS A HOME OF PALMS AND FLOWERS P?rima the Only Medicine I Suffered with Kidney Trouble. Mr. Robert H. Kerrie, MB Ka-t 11th St., Kast Oakland, Cal., wriu-; ?'We have never had any other medicine but Peruna In our homo ?low we have been married, "I Huffered with kidney and bladder trouble, but tw<> months' treatment with Peruna made me a well and etraag man. "My wife felt weak and waa eaelljr tired and wa? also troubled with rer loiw pains, but since ?he look Peruna ?he 1* well and ttfoag. '* Wa are both very grateful to you and gladly do we ghe this unso? licited testimonial, feeling that It Is the least we can do In return for what Peruna haa done for us. " Cetarrfc Entirely Relieved. Catarrh of Head. Mr. Ira Henney, Falrfleld. Freestone Mr.('. Hallcck, Antwerp, Ohio.writes: Co.,Texas, writes: J -My daughter A!;ie, after taking "I am completely cured of all ^ymp- three bottle? o? j our Perm, to entirely toms of catarrh. cured of catarrh of the head of two MI can truly ?ay that Peruna I? the year?' standing. We reeoaseMBd Pe best medicine I ever aaw. I will always i runa to anylnnlv who ha? catarrh." recommend Peruna to all my friends, for ! P'runa Is manufa. tnred by the catarrh." 'peruna Dru_- Mfg.<'o.,(o)umt.u.-,OhUw The Largest Ship? pers in Northern Virginia. Since the destruction of our Lumber Plant by fire on May 12th, we have l>een rushing our new Yards, Lumber Sheds, Ware? houses and Mill to completion, and today have one of the best ar? ranged and most modern Lumber Plants, covering about three acres in all, that will be found in any city in this entire sec? tion. We carry a complete and well selected stock of Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling. Mouldings, Lime, Ce? ment, Hair. Prepared Roofing, Sash, Doors, Blinds, etc., and our new Mill, which is electrically driven and equipped with new and modern machinery throughout, is turning out splendid work at the lowest prices. Our prices are entirely based on the grades 'we sell and al? though we have a large demand for both the high and low grades, yet, our care in representing a grade to be just what it is and in SHIPPING THE GRADE WE SELL has steadily increased our trade and this increase is largely among contractors and the MEN THAT KNOW. A comparison of our prices and grades will convince you that our new stocks are well selected and that you can get the best values from us that can be had. W. ?. SMOOT $ CO., Une. I Successor to SMOOT & CO.) Cameron and Union Street?, Alexandria Vt. RUGS! Foreign and Domestic Rugs. Velvet, Axmin ster and Wilton CARPETS Factory agents for Linoleum and Floor Oil Cloth. These goods direct from first hands. and Beautiful Designs and Colorings. Make your selection early. Thousands of yards of AI atting To Close Out at Cost. E C NINDE Furniture and Carpets. PRESIDENT IN YOSEMITEVALLEY He will Spend Three Days in Sightseeing. WILL VISIT THE BIS TREES It It Mr. Tafts First Visit to the Famous Park, and While Admiring Its Scenic Splendor He Will Seek Rest From Crowds and Speechmak. Ing. El Portal, Cal. Oft. 7.?President Tait left here today on a three days' trtp of sightseeing through the Yo s?mite valley By stage ami on foot he will visit the giant Sequoias In the Mariposa big In* gTOVS), will follow the roads and trails leading Into the valley and ?111 walk about the floor of that park u< admire Its imposing scenic splendor. The \lsit to the big trees, said to be the oldest and the biggest of living things, comes first in Mr. Taft's Itin? erary leaving by coach, he and hin party will be driven to Wawona, at the edge of the gmve. where real mon areas of the forest grow to an altitude of more than 3i>" feet and mor*? than 100 feet In circumference at the base. Mr. Ta/t will be driven through s tunnel <ut through the base of one of the old trees, which Is said to have been standing from 3000 to 5000 years. The forenoon of tomoi row will be given over to the big trees, the presi? dent spending tonight at the hotel In Wawana. On Friday afternoon the president will enter the park from one of the highest points, and after a trip to all the show places of the upper levels will begin a descent to the floor, which Is enclosed by almost perpendicular cliffs of stone more than 30'?0 feet In height. It will be the president's first trip into the Yosemlte, and he has been looking forward to it for months, both as a sightseeing experience and as affording three days of rest from surging crowds and speech m akin g. John Muir, the noted naturalist and geologist, who Is the recognized au thority on all matters of the Yosemlte, Joined the president's party at San Francisco ami will personally explain the wonders of the park and valley to Mr. Taft. The Yosemlte recently was cede?! by the state of California to the United States and now Is under the same control as the Yellowstone Na? tional park. SAYS SHE'S COMMON SCOLD Woman Accused of Spending Her Time Nagging and Faultfinding. Butl . Pa., Oct. 7?The charge of Lein? a common scold has been made against Mrs. Susanna Suraton, of Hlg gins Corners, arrested on Information made by Mrs. Maria K?hler, a neigh bor. It is alleged that Mrs. Suraton utters harsh and provoking words about her neighbors in the little town. Mrs. K?hler complains that the woman spends her time nagging, faultfinding and trouble making. A score of wom? en, It la claimed, will appear against the alleged scold to Insist that she be punished. PLEADED GUILTY TO MURDER Colored Man Who Saved County Ex? pense of Trial Got Life Sentence. Wilmington. Del, Oct. 7.?William McCoy, colored, saved New Castle county the expense of a trial when he pleaded guilty to committing murder in the second degree, and Immediately he was given a life sentence. He killed Isaiah Lester, colored, in a fight over a crap game in this city May 17. Alleged Counterfeit Was Good Money. Bristol, Tenn., Oct. 7.?After being kept in jail five months, charged with counterfeiting, John Preston has been released upon the discovery that the alleged bad money Is all genuine. The news reached here from Abington, Va., where he was in jail. A grand jury or? dered his release. Three Men Marooned on Barren Island. St Johns. N. F., Oct. 7.?Three men were sighted on a barren island off the northern coast of New Foundland making signals of distress. It is thought they are part of a crew of some fishing vessel wrecked on a re? turn trip from Labrador. A coasting steamer has been ordered to the scene. Will Treat Teeth fnt. Altoona, Pa.. Oct. 7?The Central Pennsylvania Dental society, In session here, decided to establish clinics where people who are too poor to pay will have their teeth treated free o' charge. The clinic will be opened in Altoona as soon as the preliminaries can be arranged. Child Hanged In Swing. Baglnaw. Mich., OcL 7. ? Oeorge Henry Rarabo, seventeen months old, was accidentally hanged while playing In * swing at a neighbor's home. It Is believed that he fell out while twing? ing and that his neck caught In the rope. IT'S A TOP NOTCH DOER. Great deeds compel regard. The world crowns its doers. That's why the American people have crowned Dr. King's New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies. Every atom is a health force. It kills germs, and colds and lagrippe vanish. It heals cough-racked membrane and coughing stops. Sore, inflamed bronchial tub*s and lungs are cured lutd hemorrhages cease. JDt. Geo. More, Black Jack, N. C, writes "it curadme of lung trouble, pronounced hopeless by all doctors." 50c, $1.00, Trial bottle free. Gu?rante?! by M. M. Lewis. SAW HUSBAND DEAD IN DREAM Was Killed In Wreck and Sick Wife Kepi In Ignorance. SEES SPIRIT BECKONING 8ick Woman Awoke Screaming, and It Wji Soma Time Before She Could Be Quieted?He Was Bringing Medl cine to Her When He Met Death. IMilttburK. Oet 7 While under the Influence of au opiate at the Peteb) terlan hospital, Mm Mai tin O'Ruurke dreamed that her hutiband wat deed and that hi* spirit entered lut room beckoning to her. She awoke sereani ing. and It was tumi' time before ehe could be quieted. The khoik wa? SMCh that her condition Is growing rapid!) end net life l* despaired of While lire O RoarkO dreamed that her husband ?m dead, she did not know that he really waa In his coffin and sorrowing friends were in the house at the time ?he awoke from her horrible vision, Martin O'Roork? ?a? on. >,t the rl< tinis of the Chlslett street tai wreck last Bandar. He died shortly after be? ing taken from the ear, which turned turtle At the time he was on his way to bis home with medicine II wait then at the O'Rourke melde. und kW condition was such that II was deemed advisable to keep her In Ignorance of his death. She was re? moved to the hospital with her three weeks old Infant Mi: O'Kourke had continually call? ed for her husband, knowing that he would b*f by her bedside 11 nothing had happened to him Ills continuel has alarmed her, and her Im aglulngs plunged hgr Into an extreme nervous state This no doubt was re sponslble for the dream which robbed bet of strength and made her condi? tion eo BOrione that her death Is ex? pected at any time. NEW ZION CITY Plans to Boom the Place Founded by Pende, /ion City. Oct 7?No longer doml nated by DowMtee and with n t.a'k Ing of the millions and business eco men of a group of Chi'ago financier* In short Ziou City as a great comme r rial spot?this is the future of the town built by John Alexander Dowli If reports of recent legal and bualnesr transactions of Receiver Thomas are true. A consolidation of Chicago finan? ciers, perhaps a dozen, bas offered Re? ceiver Thomas $l,<Wr.?00 in (ash for the remaining Zlon City properties One? tu possession, the Chlragoana will commence the erection of new factories and the Importing of citizen^ By this means it la their hop? to make the north shore place a booming town. This deal would allow the estate to pay creditors 20 cents on the dollar. LOCKED IN REFRIGERATOR Two Trenton Men Collapsed Prom Cold When Released. Trenton. N. .1., Oct. 7 ?First aid to polar explorers was all that saved .lames Mickey and Thomas Clean from being froren to death In a hu?e meat refrigerator. The young men went to the huge icebox to gel some sausage?, and while inside another employe ?hut th? door, thinking that some one bad neg llgently le|t it open. He then went home, leaving the two young men In side. They tried to keep warm by throw? ing huge sides of meat from one honk to another and were in a state of col? lapse from the cold when the pound Ing on the inside of the door was heard and they were released. Celebrating Point Pleasant Battle. Point Pleasant, W. Va., Oct. T O? memorating the battle of Point Pleaa ant. which occurred 135 years ago, and In which the colonist? engaged British troops, a celebration began here today, to continue during four days. Each d?y will represent one day of the Rev olutlonary fighting enacted here. Huge Boulder Wrecks Train. Spokane, T^ash., Oct 7.?Passenger train No. 4. eastbound on the Spokane, Portland & Seattle railway, waa wrecked at Fountain, a huge boulder having rolled onto the track. C. A. Blgsble, the engineer, was killed and the fireman was injured. Cuts Hi? Throat With Pocketknlfe. Ivor. Pa.. Oct 7?Charlea 8. Steph en?on. a well-to-do farmer, residing seven miles from Ivor, committed sui? cide by cutting his own throat with a pocketknlfe. His body wa? found in the barn. Ill health is said to have been the cause. Dive? Into Shallow Water; Die?. Marshall Hall. Va.. Oct. 7.?John W. Trabolet. forty year? old, dived over? board in two fet of water and died twenty-fir* minute? afterward? from concussion of the brain. Trabolet mis? took the depth of. the water. FRIGHTFUL FATE AVERTED "I would have been a cripple for life, from a terrible cut on my knee cap," write? Frank Disberry, Kelliher.Minn., "without Bueklen's Arnica Salve,which soon cured me." Infalliable for wounds, cuts and bruise?, it soon cure? Burn?, Scakis, Old Sores, Boils Skin Erup? tions. World's best for Piles. 25c. at M. M. Lewis'. THE BED-ROCK OF SUCCESS lies in a keen,clear brain, backed by in? domitable will and resistless energy. Such power comes from the splendid health that Dr. King's New Life Pills impart They vitalit? every organ and build up brain and body. J. A. Harmon, Lisemore, W. Va, writea: "They are the best pills I ever used." 25e at M. M. Lewie, OPENINC DAY Choice Millinery and Diinly Dress Goods. BEAUTIFUL DISPLAYS AT STORES Of Ilirsh & Son. C. W. Jones, T. N. Brrnt, J. T. L..wcry & Co.. Mr*. I). K. Smith A Co. Many Buyers, L'tc. of all days in the year Wednesday was the most attractive fur the ladies. It was fall opening of tiie millinery establishments of Frederickaburg. At an early hour the stores began to fill. The stocks are the largl sal brought hew many season, Hirsh's handsome new store was crowd? ed early. Here was a mosl beautiful display Of the latest styles ,,f |. il bone, dress goods, etc, and the corps of attentive young ladies and salesmen arere busy waiting on customers. ('. W, .Iones' big store windov filled with tasty hats and fabrics of the finest quality. The interior of the big store was brilliantly lighted and dress KimxIs in every styie and quality were shown. The second tlrs>r was i of beauty, Mere prettily dressed sales ladiea discoursed on the merits, of latest millinery creations of the Northern and European markets. I he I'. N. Brent Storu never does things half way. His showy windows' were df ..juisite taste, with Kerns of the millinery Brt. On the first floor there were displayed the hand? ed daintiest dress gr*>d pat? terns. On the second floor Miss John son tad bur sorna of eo-worken were busy a? l>ees before large mirrors, lit tk hats on buyers eager to get the early pick. At fyowery's another crowd of eager buyers wns found. Iajw ery's stock is always tine anil when Iyowery bas a sale the crowd* are great. The taste of his buyers is au fait, not only in dry g>s>ds but in millinery, and Mr>. GtO, r. swing, who has taste and experience in ttus de? partment, always knows what to buy to please the customers. At Mrs. D. EL Smith & Co.'? was another group of buyers. This year this firm has Mr. Raffel, of Raffel & ("o.. Millinery Importers, of Baltimore, here with a stock of imported hats, which are just from Paris. These hats excited much admiration. Besides these the firm has the usual stock of tasty hats, flowers, ribbons, etc. You can spend a pleasant time looking, even if vou do not want to buy. The weather was beautiful and the crowds will fill the stores Thursday, the last ?lay of the opening. THE FLA6 RAISING Parade and Interesting Ceremonies at Public School Building. Tlie presentation of Bible and raising the American flag over the new public school building took place with appro priate ceremonies Wednesday, Oct. 6th, under auspices of the lodges D. of A., No. 10: Jr. O. I'. A. M.. No. 14, and P. 0. S. of A., No, 8, of this city. The parade formed at the court-house at | .Clock, under Marshal (.'apt. I). M. Lee, with assistant marshals. Chas. J. Henry and E. S. Moore, headed by John Pistoria's band from Washington, and followed by the Washington Guards, the local orders, visiting lodge? and citizens. The line of march was down Princess Anne street to Prussia, across Prussia to Main, up Main to the school building. The program ofexercises consisted of singing: "My Country, "fis of Thee,"by the school children. Prayer, by Rev. R. A. Williams. Selection, by band. Presentation of Bible and flag, by Prof. A. B. Bowering, president of school board. Response on behalf of school, by Capt S. J. Quinn, clerk of school board. Selection, band. Address by Mr. Tbos. B. Ivey, of Petersburg. Selection, Band. Singing of Columbia, The Gem of the Ocean, by the Assemblage. Benediction by Rev. W. L Dolly. THE PARADE. In the parade were 30 men of the Washington Guards, under Capt T. M. Larkin and Lieut. A. G. Billingsley; Camp 57, P. O.S. of A., President J.R. Chartters; Camp 55, Tacketts Mills, K. B. Combs; Camp 59, Monteithville, Chancellor Young; Camp 54, Stafford, Andrew WoodanT, all mounted, and 58, Leeland, F. A. Berry, on foot The Junior Order Camps were Garrisonville, State Rep. E. S. Moore; Passapatanzy, G. A. Henderson, Councillor,and Stone? wall of Fredericksburg, Joseph Mc Calley, Councillor. There were 300 men mounted and on foot. Then came in carriages the orator of the day, Mr. Thomas B. Ivey, of Petersburg; Rev. R. A. Williams, Rev. W. L. Dolly. Mayor H. Lewis Wallace, A. B. Bowering, ^resident of the school board; CapL S. J. Quinn, clerk of the board; Messrs. Isaac Hirsh, W. L. Brannan, Geo. Freeman, Jr., J. R. Rawlings, W. H. Hurkamp. These were followed by the Daughters of America. Miss Lucy Prritchett, councillor, also in carriages. When the school building was reached there gathered in and around it over 1,000 people. President Bowering, of the school board, was master of cere? monies. The flag was raised on the building by Mr. J. B. Proctor and when it was run up, there was a cheer that could be heard for blocks. FREDERICKSBURG COLLEGE VS. TIGERS On Saturday afternoon the fast college football eleven will meet the Richmond Tigers' team. The Tigers have one of the strongest teams in Richmond. They tied Randolph-Macon last Saturday in a close contest The Frederieksburgers will have their hands full and hope to make up for their lack of weight by agility and fast team work. The different members of the team, who took part in defeating the fast McGuire's eleven here last Satur? day, have about recovered from their bruises, stiffness, etc., and will be ready to meet their opponents. Mr. Wiley Weaver, a former foot? ball star and student, has entered col? lege again and will probably play in the game with the Tigers. A close game is anticipated and everybody should come out and root for the home team. "EAST LYHNE" PRESENTED Joseph King's New York Company presented at the Opera House Tuesday night to a large crowd the emotional play, "East Lyr.ne," All of the parts were well taken and the play was very much enjoyed by all present The or? der was very much improved. ITEMS FROM KING GEORGE ?King George Co., V?., Oet 5th, litte.?. Mr. Armlet-end Lewie took the foW 1 lowing ladiee in Me motor lout to I Wheatland, Esees county, the home of | Mr. and Mrs.W. C. Dickinson. Wednes? day: Mrs. -I. F. Dickinson ami daugh? ter, Mis? Stella, Mrs. Harry (lore and daughter, Miss Elbe. Misses I.ucy and Hilen Lewis, Carrie Hall and Gladys Holcobn, On the return trip they decid? ed to go to Frederickthurg to take in the fair, .lust before reaching the city their Ixiat ran into a dyke und became SO entangled that a? one time it seemed as if it would capsize. The ladies were terribly alarmed and for four hours they were in a perilous position. Finally they succeeding in getting ashore, and readied the Exchange Hotel about midnight, a weary, but thankful party. Mrs. Rose T. Hunter, of New York, reached here Sunday, coming on BC> count of ?M death of her brother-in law, Mr. Edward L Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bien, of Wash? ington, are spending this week as guests of Hon. ami Mrs. H. T. Garnett, at "'Spy Hill." Miss Nannie S. Rogers has returned from an extended visit to her Mrs. Owen Heed, in Washington. Dur? ing her absence she visite?! the I.urav Cave. Mrs. Wm. P. Barry and daughter, Miss Lena, are guests of Mrs. G. Ogle Tayloe, at "Perneaux." .Mrs. Wm. Tayloe is visiting her 'laughter, Mrs. Maxwell Harrington, near Dover, Delaware. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Minor are spending this week in Raltimore. Mr. I.C. S. Hunter .vent to Fred ericksburg yestenlay to qualify before Judge Mason sj clerk of King George court. Hon. H. T. Garnett, Mrs. Garnett and daughter, Miss Josephine, attended the Confederate reunion at Montroee last week. The public schools of King George began the fall sessions on Monday. There are n good many changes In teacher*, and sume vacancies \et to In? filled. The colored teachers' association held a meeting at King George last Saturday, which was well attended by many white teachers and other friends of education. Miss Hinkl.-y, of Washington,Il visit? ing Miss Meta Pollock, at "Hobson" Mrs. R. I). Ilngan and daughter, Miss Duke, have returned to Comorn for the winter, much to the gratifica? tion of their many friends. Miss Bessie Mason,of Colonial Bench, spent last week with her uncle, Mr. E. W. Mason. Mr. J. C. Ninde and Dr. Stuart Ash ton, of Colonial Beach, came up Satur? day to attend the funeral of Mr. E. L. Hunter. NOTES FROM BOWLING GREEN Bowling Green, Va., (Jet. 6th. Rev. J. E. Allen, of Orange,is assist? ing Rev. Granville Burruss in the re? vival services in progress in the Metho? dist church. He is a forceful speaker and 'tis hoped great good may result from these meeting?. Miss Miriam Coghill is a guest of friends in Richmond during the fair. Mrs. A.J. Garrett.of Fredericksburg, is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Blythe. Miss Soulie Burt, of Waverly, ?s a guest of the Misses Broaddus. Mrs. D. W. Scott and two children, of Fredericksburg, are guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Collins. Miss Nellie Borum entertained a num? ber of her friends at her home Monday night. Misses Florence and Helen Broaddus will leave Saturday for Philadelphia, where they will persue their studies. Miss Ruth Barlow left Monday for Buena Vista to resume her studies at the Southern Seminary. Mrs. Nannie I. Payne, of Crozet.who formerly resided here, is a guest of friends here this week. She is greeted on all sides by many old friends. Mr. T. B. Gill returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Lexington. Mrs. Cundiff left Saturday on a vist to relatives in Washington. Mrs. A. B. Chandler and daughter, Mis? Edythe, have returned from a viait to Richmond. Mrs. R. 0. Peatross left Thursday for herb?me in Norfolk, after spend? ing several weeks with her daughters here. Miss Louise Haines is a guest of friends in Richmond during the fair. The graded school opened Friday with an enrollment of 54, the largest in the history of the school. Mr. Frank Richerson.of Sparta.spent Tuesday here. Miss Estelle Collins has returned from a visit to Miss Margaret Baker,of Fredericksburg. Workmen have started to repair the house owned by Mr. C. L Collins.which was recently struck by lightning. Mr. W. M. Cobb, of Washington, is spending his vacation with his wife at the home of Mr. W. G. Coirhill at Mil ford. Mr. W. Moncure Gravatt, after a short visit to his grandparents, Judge and Mrs. Moncure, has returned to Blackstone, accompanied by his aunt, Miss Isabella Gravatt, who will make her home with him. A large number of our people attend? ed the State Fair in Richmond this week. STAFFORD ELECTION JUDGES Two of the members of the electoral board of Stafford, Mr. E. H. Randall and Capt D. M. Lee, met at Mr.Grav att's shop in this city and appointed the election judges for Stafford. Judge R. H. L. Chichester, the chairman of the board, was absent, having gone to Richmond to attend the State Fair. The following change? were made: Hartwood district-Mr. Armstrong substituted for Mr. Enever Lucas. Falmouth precinct?Norman Brown substituted for Clare Brooks. Griffis precinct-Mr. Riley substi? tuted for Mr. Wellford Atchison. White Oak precinct-Mr. Taylor Rollins substituted for Jack Golding. CHICHESTER ?CO. Fire, Life, Acccident and Health INSURANCE Best Companies and Best Rates. Row lett & Goolrick Building, Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, Va A? B. Bolts ? Co. Fire, Life and Aocident Insurance Agent* Office 312 Commerce Street Represents sixteen first-class com? panies. Rates low as the lowest, and losses promptly edjog-ted and paid. THE MISSION Interesting Subjects Discussed at St. Mary's Church. lay evening the mission for non-Catholic at St Mary's church at traetSXl a large audience that listened attentively to the answering of ques? tions by Father Waters and the lecture' delivered by Father Uankin. Among the questions asked was one m regard to the crucifixion of our Lord, ) another inquired if the church taught that all Catholics were saved and all1 Protestant- lost, a third question re? ferred to the mode of baptism. Father Rankin in the course of his lecture developed the idea that the Bible la an Insufficient guide in religious matters. The early Christians did not know what took- compose the New nt, for tli'.- canon of holy scrip? ture was determined only at the close of the fourth century. For the next thousand years,till the invention of the printing press, i! was impossible for many people in the world to possess a manuscript cony of the Bible, and a very few could read it even if they had it Just as the Supreme Court essary to preserve and interpret the Constitution of the United Stat* so a tribunal is necessary to teach and interpret the Bible in its true sense* The Master did not command His ajsistles to go and write a (wok, but to go and preach. He guarantees their preaching, for He is to abide with them, so that whoever hears them hears Him. This teaching body of apostles, formed and organized" by Jesus Christ, is perpetuated in the Catholic church, for the Pope, together with the bishops, are the lawful suc of St. Peter and the other apostles. From them Catholics learn their religion and the genuine meaning of holy scripture. STOMACH TROUBLE Had il For Years Cntil He Heard of Mi-o-na. (ioolrirk's Phsrmary Sells ; It. If you suffer from indigestion, belch? ing of gas, lump of lead on stomach, biliousness, dizziness, foul breath, ner? vousness, constipation, or headache, give Goolrick's Pharmacy 50 cents to? day for a box of Mi-o-na, the cele? brated stomach prescription, and if it ! doesn't cure you they will give you | your money back. It relieves painful | stomach distress in five minutes, i Bead the following: "I had stomach trouble for years. I After eating I would be troubled! for an hour or so with indigestion. 1 | bought one box of Mi-o-natahlets from ? Gaffney Drug Co., which completely! cured me. That was 12 months ago j and to this day I have not been troubled again." J. B. Haskey, GafTney, S. C, April 20, 1909. Mi-o-na is the best prescription for stomach trouble ever written; not only does it give quick relief, but it cures permanently because it thoroughly cleanses, renovates, builds up and puts elajticity into tne stomach and bowels. Mi-o-na is put up in tablet form and is small and easy to swallow. Sold by ! leading druggist? everywhere and in I Fredericksburg by Goolrick's Phar-, macy who guarantees them. Test sample free. Address Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo, N. Y. HYOMEf Cores catarrh or money back. Just breathe it in. Complete outfit, including , iuhalerfl. Extra bottles 60a Druggist?. : H.I "Je The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar mi akingPowden Absolutely Purl OUR ORANGE COUNTY LETTER Lahore, Va., Oct. t, 1909. No rain yet, but anxious farmers have discarded the rnouMboard ami taken up the new disc. This plow is giving satisfaction to everything but the team that pulls it. I find a higher grade of guano is used by some of oar best farriers than heretofore. Milk hunters from Portsmouth are hers this week and our hustling broker, Mr. J. J. Daniel, has them in hand and is gathering in two car loads of fresli cows. No mistake has been make in the ap iwintment of Hon. C. C. Taliaferro to represent the agricultural interesta of his county at home and abroad. At Rome Mr. T. will have the pleasure also of reveling in the maze of the Latin poeta he loves so well. Mr. James Duncan, of Special, has returned from an extended trip through the big Northern cities. He is full of lingering sunshine from the pleasures he enjoyed. Friends are still talking about the pleasures of Mr. Henry Moncure's visit to Monrovia. On his return home Mr. Will Grymes, a leading farmer and liv? eryman of Orange, accompanied him. Mrs. Marshall Frazer and her blue eyed daughter, now two weeks old, are doing well and it is said will soon ac? company her husband, Rev. Marshall Frazer, to Madison, where he has ac? cepted the care of several churches. Mrs. Mary Coons and pretty little daughter, of Culpeper, are visiting the old home near here. Saturday Mr. Will Coons, the head of this happy family, ran in to steel a kiss from wife and daughter. I greatly regret to note the illnoas of Mr. Jno. Ternll. Jr. He is suffering with serious complications in his lame leg. Hora Orives and Gay Fraser, who recently entered the training school of Dr. Hodges' hospital, in Rich? mond, are do..ig fine, but have sotn* hankering after home-made ham end cabbage. Mrs. W. J. Decker is on a visit to relatives in Stafford. Dr. Harry Willis, of Rapidan, was through our section this week. Messrs. G. F.. Waugh and Charles Waugh are at railroad work in North Carolina. This enterprising firm make? a success of everything they undertake. as? ? Don't Risk Your Life and Property Your attention baa been vividly called to the awful crime recently coos* mitt* d Id a county of this 8tate, where two lives were lost and dwelling ?V strnyed ?olflj for the acknowledged purpose of securing money. Dose this not forcibly bring to your mind that j our home may be the next to be en? tered and relieved of It? valuable contente? Protect your family and prop? er'* by deposl-lug yorjr surplu? money in the HAVINGS DEPARTMENT of the Piante^?' National Bank, Richmond, Ta , where It will be absolutely eat* and earn 8 per cent, interest compounded seml-aunually from date of depos? it li.-u't d?Uv, -rile today for booklet, "HOW TO BANK BT MAIL.'' rUfety depoalr boxe? for the safe keeping of deeds, insurancepolictee, etc., for rant Price $S and upward*. Planters National Bank. ???*??. v*> CAPITAL $300,000 00 SURPLUS ANO PttflTS, $1.160,000. Largest Mail Order Liquor House In the South. Stop! Look! Listen! Our $2.00 Whiskey Cannot Be Excelled Order a Gallon For Trial. These are three Important words. Stop to think. Look to your Interest. Lieten to the word? of one who can aave you money on the very articles you need mostly. Danger is lurking in the path of thie entire State?that Is, danger of going dry. You are now In the mtdet of a dry country, bat remember not far away In old Alexandria is the place where you can have your "Spiritual" strength renewed. FAIRFAX &> CO., WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, 4:23 King Street, Alexandria, Va. We carry the largest stock of Wines and Liquors in this city, and we want to mention a few of our many brands for you to select from. Prices lower than the loweet. All we request is a trial order to con vince you. Cash must accompany all orders. Express paid on all orders amounting to $10 or more. A Few Brands of Good Whiskies at Low Prices: Per Gallon Family Nectar. $1.75 Clover Leaf. 1.50 Old Maryland Rye. 2 00 PerCkfJssJ Martin Rye. $3.35 XXXX Baker. 2.60 Corn Wbiekey.$150, $2, $2.60, $?.00 gal Old Reserve Stock Pure Rye, 10 Years Old, $5.00 Gallon. Equal to Any $7 Wbiekey on the Market A Few Brandt of the Best WhisKey: Per Gallon Sherwood (7 years old). $4 00 Jubila " . 3.00 Braddock " . 8.50 " (5 years old) . 3 00 Hannisvllle " . 3 00 (7 years old) . 3 60 Lord Fairfax " . 4.00 Mt. Vernon " . 4 00 Whiskies in Small Loti: PerQl Sherwood (7 years old). $1.00 Three Feathers. 1.75 Braddock (5 years old). 75 Hannisvllle " . 75 Lord Fairfax (7 years old). 1.00 Mt. Vernon " . LOO Overholt. L00 Duffey'sMalt. LOO Malt Whleksy.$2.50 and $3 00 0or Lord Fairfax, $4 per gallon, as good as any $5 Whiskey on the Market You are cordially invited to call at our storerooms when in our city, and we will be pleased to ?how you that we are carrying and selling goods just as advertised, and many more brands that space will not permit mention of. Come and sample our different linee. _ iF-A-i jr,:f-A.:x: & oo 423 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Wholesale LIQUOR DEALERS Retail AD goods packed and ?hipped by express In plain boxes. Bell Phone 186. Horns Phone 187. Try a Gallon o? Our $2.00 Whiskey.