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SHOW?/*'" $3 HE smartiV'dresscd woman f0 selects her shoes with the mj>m - greatest care. That is W*W why we want to show you the ?new La France models for the Fall of \*W. Some shoes have certain good qualities, and some have other good qualities, but La France has them all. We have the style you want and the service you require for complete satisfaction. There is no doubt whatever that ?La France Shoe is the shoe for you. Pitt-,** give us a chance to convince you th?! we are right Don'l try 10 nppr?-. i*t<- attm through the wirt-dc-w. Coine in toJ tee lew they fie W. H. BRUUE & CO., ft 921 M-iiri ? t, Fredertcksbug, Va LA FRANCE FUTXIBLE WELT ?? *? nyl?h ?ni convforubie iho? ihai r?r ? no br?al<f-*t ?>. .mmaW^F Does Quality Interest You? We i-k-k this questi.m with sine? rity. Why? Dec?W it is t?> your interest as well as ? iu is. We know you ?re .-.'?ending y?>ur >*?hh? hard earned dollars f??r lu-u-irs that are nianufactureil and not distilled. What ?<.<> mean by manufactured is?a concoetien <?f spirts, flavors and drugs mixed t?> imitate uhisky. It is this you pay your good money for to our i?umi>etiti.rs when the s'.uue price will purchase Pure Distilled Whiskies from us. We are a little farther from y?>u than some other dealers, but can reach you promptly. (.??????Is shipped by us in the afternoon by freight reach Fr.-dericksliuor, early n?*\t naming. Don't you think it advisable to wait a f??w hours laager >tvl get distilled whiskies inst? ;nl of compound?? Stra?burger Bros. 119 Market Place, Baltimore, Md. j*?i?a^i*e4?*p^-i*^*5? #^*-*KHW^#?*??? I Oxfords ! Oxfords ! ? \\m ?*,??? rA-uvtajt oao ?f th?*? I It lia llJ'-r- ?>f Ladies' and Men's Oxfords mx- ?ee i All lh?- om II *4}Imi tinw la. Tin, bltv*k and Patent Oi fiinii*. i s When in need of GOOD SHOES see ? BROWN & CRISMOND | t*im*y*sttvt*xf.QQm ttea&aaeaaeauae Adams' Book Store Offers Everything For the School Room Books, Stationery, Music Get a Price List. Write for any information wanted. - A Wilson Heater - Will Save 40 Per Cent. Of Your Fuel Bill ? ? The celebrated Uot-Blast Down Draft creates perfect combustion, the gMM and fumes (4-0 per cent, of the heating power of wood), ordinarily escapingunbumed up Mie chiinufv in ??tW stoves, are all consumed and turned into heat in the WILSON. The Wilson is the only heater in the world, which actually burns all of the fuel put into it. The WILSON is air-tight, heat can be regulated to urn degree, and will bold a (Ire for 8tt hours. What vol. save on fuel will pay for a WILSON HKATBR in one season. Burns Wood FOB SALB BT GEO. W. HEFLIN. Frederlakaburg. V?. Loaded Shotgun Shells l'h.? huntlr*K n***?**on 1? near at bao?t and we can furnish the Best Ixiaded Shells lor any shooting. W?? make a specialty of Sn.oke le?s ?Shell? and carry fu stock an assortment no? surpassed In any of th? larj?-vr chtes. Al?so a complet*- ?Ine of Guns from the cheapest Single'Barrel t.; the High Grade Hau-ma-riV?!-. ('all ?m us ?Un In Deed of anything In 9portlng Good*. Phone 161. TafVOTI r WTTTXQ * QfVKI PLAN UNIQUE PROTEST Ur ?on Men to Go on Two-Week?' Strlk? If Lai or Leader? Ar? Jailed. ,i Mot. 15.?By laaota h m i : lb? CMtral Labor (Jatea, unan ? Lnoualy adoptad, atary union wage in Pintail. IphiA will go out on it two-weeae' sttiK?.* 'f Samuel Oomi? ;tr?. John Mit? hull and Frank Morrl ?OB, offlceis of the American Feder at ton of Labor, are put In Jail for con tempt of court In posting a atore com luii>? im "unfair " The federation, now hi Mialaa in Toronto, will lie asked to astead the local u?a ?????! lato ? Wide strike if their officers go tu pi i> 'il. an.! every uilon In the country. Ibroatb It? national head quarter* ??ill lie Invlttil to Join Non : unii'ii m, n a-i well h organized labor, will bo asked le ??if? potai to the pr?? t? : |b) I? nislll?; to Work. - 100 PERISHED AT SEA The Mill 8te?mer La 8eyne Sank In Collision Off Singapore. Btaaapore, No?. II The British Meaner Onda has arrived here with h.-r bowa ;?ashed, bringing sixty on?' survi.ois from the mall atcamer 1?h With Wblcb th<* Onda ?mis In collision In tin' Rheo straits. The La ,i badly stove that she fill? I and s.uik In two mil.n* One baadred ol those on Uiard of bet were drowned, including seven Ruropeaa pasaeagers, among whom ?Ru- Baron??*? Benl? tjr Many of the sarvlvon were Mttea for? Ihej could be hauled li.to tlic small boats. WOMAN MUST SERVE 7 YEARS FOR BURGLARY Convicted of Stealing Hall Pound Pound Butler and Five Eggs. Mobile. Ala., Nov. 5.?Misa UM* ' Sutton. of ocean Sprlug?, Miss., who was sent? nod last spring to serve h ! term of sev.-n >?ars In the Mississippi ' state penitentiary by Circuit Judg?' , W ? Hard" on an ln?it< tment f?>i ? burKlary, the theft of a half pound of i butter and five ? ggs from the r?si . dem ? of Fred Abbley. voluntarily gave '? herself up to Sheriff Mcl.eod Mis? ; Sutton. through the Instrumentality of 1 the Kings Daughter?., ha* been living at Merrill with relative* pending the appeal of her case to the supreme court, which tribunal affirmed her tea tence a few day? ago. She will be the only white woman '? sent to Rankln farm for some time. WOMAN BARN BURNER GUILTY Jury Return? Verdict After D?lib?r?t Ing Twenty-??ven Hour?. Doylestown. l'a , Nov. U.? After be lng out twenty-seven hour?, the Jur> which tried Mrs. Maggie Beyers for I burning the barn on tho Beatty farm. In Warrlngton township, where she worked, returned a verdict of guilty A motion was made for a new trial i and she was admitted to bail. Witnesses for the prosecution tesii fl??d that Mr6. Beyer? had quarreled with ?MU? Mary S Bonner, who live? i on the Beatty farm, and that she had made threats against the family, but ! on the witness stand the defendant i denied that she had any anger against ' them. Uncle Joe a Base Ball Magnate. Whoeliog. W Va. Nov. 15?Aftel falling to buy the South Bend fran chlse In the Central league and trans for It to Danville. Uncle Joe Cannon speaker of the house of representa Uves, has now obtained a place In the Indiana. Illinois and Iowa league bj purchasing the controlling l.iterest in the Danville t??am. "Vado loa" will be a live factor with the club durlui the summer months, and he Is going to become the envy of all the kOTOM of the game. Boy Dying From Drinking Lye. Delmar. Del.. Nov. 15.?Bayard, tin Httle four-year-old ?on of Mrs. I?orls Brown. Is dying from drinking a large portion of lye The boy asked bl? mother for a ilrlnk of water. She ami him to the pump. forg?'tr1ng the cap of liquid lye she had left there T?o little fellow drank the contents of the cup. and a few minutes later was ?creaming for aid. All medical power has failed to relieve the boy. Saw Man Leap Prom Bridge. New York. Nov. 15.?John O'Rrien and Daniel Curtain were walking n?'ar the Brooklyn tower on the Brooklyn bridge Sunday when they ?aw a man leap from the structure Into the river. He did not com? up again. No boats were around. The two witnesses re? ported the affair to a policeman. Twenty-flv? Llvea Imperiled. Duluth, Minn.. Nov. 15- -The steam? er lloyt Is still on the rocks near Bayfleld. WIs. Rescue parties are un? able to reach ihe ship, although sev? eral attempts have been made. The tug Helm, of AHhland. Is making an? other attempt at rescue. The fata of the crew of twenty-five Is unknown. Car Shortage Serious. Plttsburg. Nov. 15?Coke operator? of the Klondyke and Conellsvil.e re? gions are at present face to face with one of the most serious handle, ,>? In years, occasioned by a car shortage that becomes worse from day to day Instead of showing Improvement. Tha Situation Is eatremely ?erlous. There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to lie incurable. For a ereat many years doctors pro? nounced it a local disease and prescrib? ed local remedies, and by constantly failing; to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science ha? proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu? tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufacture by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken inter? nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case they fail to cure. Send for circu? lars and testimonials. Address: P. J.CHENEY?4CO.,Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipa? tion. Nymat S. Sacrey Undertaker and Embalmer No. 719 Main St., Freder icksburjar, Va 'Phone 98. Across from Exchange Hotel and next to Western Union office. Telegraph and tele? phone orders receive prompt attention. Open day and 'MME. STEINHEIL ACQUITTED '?Vom?.i Accustil :f Killing H?*r Mus band snd Stepmother Freed. Fsi'f-j Nov ';. ti ii.*,ui approval h Rlvi II till* ariMI. till .il Hm ru.* si.tiiinii .??i .? . barga o bot Im murdered her husband ?ml her atop? iiniili? : bj ti??* popula? ? ??r i im ? ' ni?' th * ??in i is ih ? sole ??..?le of ronvtraatlon, ??hii?. hushed \?>i?a.* * Hi., revelation? that m i I haw* 1?. ? r, iniuli? at tin? trial, Mad th? il?, i?? i myatei ? nttai bed lo the ? mm bj the m? quittai ??i the wonriaa. "WliHl M til Im* th.- II.M Step Ol til'* Ki im -i inn?-ut lu I he Investiga th? ? ase, ?m.i whal win h.? ib?? result,1 ' la fii? questloa m everj oae'a lip.? Drive? to t v Mine St.lnli.il l?v III?* ,i * ..i the popalace, and pro? ?clear solution ol the death "i the two, mu? with u probable solution ol the death ol formel President ?*?'. iu Paure, lln* >*..?.nun. ni lias failed to failli Un promise? A renewed Investigation inn? in* nada, folloaini the pledge ??ronde ilnrliiK tin* trial ttint the ? >\ erntnent aronld continue It? search on I til sum?* one is punished and th< crime cleared. ? ??us beaded down nit?*r the jut > luiil i?? ?'il mu two mu! a lull houi i Thrii ?? the jury had call? d on thr prei Idi i? i of the < ouii for Ins) i u i tloni which augured ba?i f??r the pris on? i. t?nt the vedrid showed ?ii ac nultiil mi even count of the Indli t ? FOOTBALL INJURIES FATAL TO TWO Concussion o? Brain and Rupttxrrd Blood Vessel Cause Death. Washington, Not 16. An n : tlaii eighteen >. ara old, left I ??I th?. University m Vu. , team, ?ii?*?i folloa ?ni* an ? i.m iu ?a- Injured In the game with the I Georgetown university ?>n - and waa taken ??? Georgetown t'nlver sit) hospital, ??? 1.? : ?? the i performed. Christian was Injured , back over 11. ? * Oeorgetown ta? II< ? .1 111 111? ' ! ? the player? were disentangled Chili tlan ?U?l not rlac Physlclana were un? able tu liriiiR lilni to. Diagnosis at th?* hospital - i. .ii ??J Hi?? I.rain an.I the phj -i ? inns operated almost ImnaedU Ufa of th< i layer, but tluir < ffoits were unavall Young Football Player Dies. Cran?! R?pida O . Nov 18 ?:. y Vo gel. ?i sehoolboy, lnjiir?*?l two RK" in ?t football game ?ii?*.l A blood '.-. hti head waa rapture ? wan unconscious I - Another Added to Uet. Doyleal ?.?n Pa . Nov. If McBrl !? !? :? id of the Wli football team ??I Ambler, *a onsly Injured In th?? game !. and it i ti?! ! known ! - bis Internal inj.;r I les ormhoae to his h?*a?l mu> t> Ohio Quarterback Injured. ci- -?? land, <> Not IS, Raymond Austin, inarterbach or th,- Ohio Wee hryaa university football team, Is In a ' local hospital suffi-ring from ??Ion of th?* liraln ai thi reaull ??f In Jurlc? received In thi? ?game y. i tween bis t< im and th of Appl Plaver May Lose Hie Le^*. Harrisburg, l'a. Nu*. IS. Rntli r ???- i thirteen y . to the Han ipltal with a haillv infected kaeecap, which ?ult in a <:< n l bone ami ? Of his 1. ?.- or his 11;. j was hurt in a football ?ac-rimm ? : iiays ago, ??ut Dothing s ? j p?i to i?. atU four da ; tiie ai i Ident BOY'S BODY IN CHIM?.EY FIve-Year-Old Lad Disappear? J Ten Days Ago. New York, Nor. ir. The deal ?> ?!y of a five y.-ar obi Italian I ? n <lropi,i.il out ot il| ago. was found In a ?hinin? y at . : Kat-t Blxty-tblrd streu* Thi ster. Frani? ot Rosaa eaaM down i n his father's hone in th<- Broa his motht r ? ?ti Nov. 4 i?. pi i -, ? arouri'i the hallways of the four-no. v toaenseal in which his aunt lire oa West sixty third ?tn si, ai mother started to look for him he not to be ioiiiid. Hear? Father I? Dead: Preache? On. Haatlasdoa, Pa?, No?. \~> lust bo fore },? alanlna his ?? i mon in I : lt?'fonii?il church hero, the pa lor, Rev. I). R Master, received s lele gram announcing the death of his father, in Clarion ?'?uniy. Notwlth standing th?- sbo? h ne preached his sennon and then brake down aad wept, in bis sermon he declared tha< women should be given the rlghl b vote, even If the majority wen OB posed to IL May Lose Hand Through Cat's Bite. Mlllviiie. N. .1.. Not. i." Ii re Porch, a glass-worker, was bltii g ?m the hand by a tat five days ago and the member Is now greatly swollen Physician? fear that amputation of the hand will be neces?ary. CASTOR i A For Infant? nnd Children 11.8 Kind You Have Always Bougtv _ft_?aihr* 'Jut**S><V&?* WANTED ! 20 Men to make R. R. Ties. Also 10 wagons to haul them. Apply to o. D. FOSTER, Fredericksburg, Va. lohn F* Scott HARDWARE AND HARDWARE SPECIALTIES. Main St, One door below Chas. Wal? lace & Bro. Pull line of General Hardware. Barb Wire, Guns. Pistols, Razors, Knives, etc., will be sold at reduced pri?es to suit the times, Money can be saved by * purchasing at Scott's oOMI Wa<iiingto ?'s Re? liable Mail Order House I Oronoco Rye \ ahiekj Uinl Ds m lator with all \ il<i,<l li . h j lor Its ?. wild The t.'jMii .h h if ? Ininn It? h luiili.ni it ?? ti?" il? al R i|U ilil i ? ?i ?lie . lUw oih-lv pu H M ?all > ..( tli.' II..-I ,l.-\ ?t.ipiii ; ? ill-, -iil.il .m I .i?'.! under v. iidiii iiiti ??i?-! .m \ ?-im n.ii > m ?? a ni?. $3.75 Mal. II. ?,? il STERUNd WHISKY F?m ri I ? t |Miril an I quai i it $2.76 Gal. 4 lull qts $3 | P i. i ? Um A Iim i W-Vi gil duly h i i .-i ] - Uoro ' liM?j |'J Ml, 1 . j--r ? *"? i ?r- t *, 5 ? \-i; ?.?i?ms U ???> -???*. II.I It?' L.i v ||j-,< ?.:, ! Mill) " In-?' I i. ? s-oi. || ;iu | 11 Uh a lu- 1?? t'rnii- Jr di-* Ulna, Kunu ?' i.?--, i'??!?- ? dhtla. , biarK? t u ? ?;, t I on or '?i if-' >?) , un I nver W ?? ? . '?1 -2 ? ? do Hilt ' \ Bdw. J? Quinn, R i? t.?. i ?. : Vt ? I and Md. ? M i . ? ?; i ?? m \?.-. \' I ,-'?' u .'? C I Maryland, l>;Uwaro & Virginia Railway Cc . .?h .in?* be t'aie ?o tffect __rtb II. UM. Baltimore. Tiippahannork. Frrdcfkrkabur? Laava Balttowr*. Ptm :. Uckt street, weather !..Tmittlna*, 8umlay 12 Una,Tuesday andTl.uraday ?.. Miami, N..r(h ?-'nd. M ? mm, Ir-.m?!..!?. Wwm?, Mil!en|.erk. - i, Ottijman ? Mora.. ?. Hurhan'a, llr banna, Monaakon. WaU-r View. Whcalton'a, ?Bay l'..l(. Sitara ?. 11 "wlar'a. Ware'? Welt Ott ?. Tappakannork. ?MOa in.. Ni)U i Hole. Bland lava, Banndara'. "Alimone lirr.nl??>, I'ort K?>yal. I'ort ('?.nway. Hay Mount, ??-.(. V?t.l. Ratrlilte ?Fcilcrli kjliunr. ?Strainer U-avinif on Sunday d.x-a not ?top. Hin -learner will leave Laedltnva at 11:30 luHinvrre, Tappahannork I-cave Baltimore?, Pk i .'. Llchl Street, weather permitting, ?AHnr? .1.?. sad Ki.lay ?USOS ??? . f.?r Noiil? End, Mill Creek. IWIilta Stone. Ir?ir.?[ton. rlmn?, Millen berk. ?Burhan ?. ...ir.a. Murva-kon. ?. Water VI?W, ?Sharp ?. I . n.?-k. ?Steamer leaving Baltimore on We?lne?day will only ?It* at Landing? mark..I I, Tappahannnck, Norfolk I-eavc Tappahannork. wi-ath?T permitan*. Sal unlay 2 p. m . ??.?pping al \ I %, Sharp ?. Hay Tort, Whcaltiin?. Water Via I t'rbanna, Ilurton?, Burhan?. Mt'lerhevk. Merry Point. Ottoman'*. Moran'?, Worm? Irvlngton. While Stone. M?ll Creek. N.?r(h F.nd. V.?-.ti*r,.l. Hemm? ing, (learner will leave Norfolk Monday, 3 p. m., ? rn.itting. f.rr Tappahar.no-k, ?'..?.ping at landing? a? above, eirept Merry I'uint, (Mi run ?, Morana and Bay 1'ort. ttoi.ping at Howl? er ?., War?? ? And Wrllfurd a on return trip to Bal? timore on Tuesday?. Freight will not be re?-?, ved in Norfolk after 2 p. m., on aalling Fre?lcrirk?b..rg. Tappahannrek. Baltlmora I?e<ave Fr?>derirk?bunf. Sumlay. Tunxlay and I h'irwia) ?rvi weather permitting. for Hat. liffe'a. Hop Vari. Hay Mount. Pott Cam ? Koyal. (?reenlawa, Wilnvrnt. Saunder a, m 4 a. m , I_ytnn ?. ( art?-r a, Hlarvdftekl, Sj) l-.r ? Hole C to a. in.. Tappahan.rk I Wrllfori'?. Ware?, Howler a. Sharp? ?:3? a. m.? Hay fart, W he? I ton ... Wnlir View. Monaako I'rlann?. 12 Hi p. m.. Kurhan?. Millenbeek. Merry ma, M.-ran'a, Weem'a. Ir.ii.Kton. Whit?-SU.r.e. Mill Treek I Wth Kn.l ?MO p. m.. Weitland. Arrive Haltimor? Toeaday, Thurailay and Saturday morninin. Tappahannnek. Baltiioore,- Leave Tappahan nock, weather t?ermitt!ni/. 7 ?? a m.. Tue? la y ami Thurailar. at?>ppin?at Wellford?. Ware?, Bowl ?i'a fThara'attria IB. 'Bay l'.?-t. Whealton ?. Water View. Monankon. Hlrhanna. Ilurton ?. Bur han ?. Millenlieek. Weem?, Irvlngton. While Stone. . N.rth Kn.l. Arri?ir.if Baltimore W??l m-sday and Frulay morninif? (Steamer t?> Halti n.or?-on Thur*iay will not it??t> at Urbanna and l!riy I'ort Thia time table ?how? the time? at whlrh ?teain er? may be ripecU?d P? arrive at and depart from the aeveral wharve?. but their arrival or departure at the time* atated ia not iruaranteed. nor ili?e? the company hold lljielf reaponaible for any delay or any ronar?nuenre? ar?nin* therefr.m. Fn-iifht rn?-iv??ri in Baltimore until 4 p. m. on aailinur daya. W. I) SCOTT. Act.. Fmlerlrkubunr. Va. Willard Th.maon. (ii-ril. Manager. T. M.mlorh. (lenl. Fnrlght a I'aa?. A?t., B?vlU moi-e. March UU 1*? Southern Railway N. B. Folliiwing schedule figure? published ? information, and art* not guaranteed. Schedule effective Mot, 7th. 1909. Tntln? leave Waahinirtnn from New UkJo Station. 7:30?. m. Dally- Local for Warrenton. Danvill ami way station?. MM a. m. Daily- I/x-al f?<r Harrisonburg. Va. toft a. m. Daily Unit?*?! Slat? Fast Mai i First-clan? c??u*he* and drawing-room, sleepin ' ran? to Birmingham A New Orleans. Dining ea | aervlce. UDO p. m. Werk Day* Local for Warrenton an? Strasburg. 4 1'? p. m. Daily - Birmingham Special an? Fl<>rl<Ia Limited. Through conches and sleeiiini i ?r? to Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville Sleeping car to Augusta and Aiken. Sleephu ear to Birmingham. Dining car service. Tour!? j tot to California Monday, Wednenday. Thursday and Friday. 4:2i) p. m. Week Day? I .oral for lUrrl? n'mrj ! and way station? on Manassa* Branch. I 4:56 p. m. Daily-Local for Warrenton anc Charlotteaville. I?? 10 I?, m. Daily New York and Chattam-r*i Limit?) (via Lynchburg) - First class coach anc ?l?s*|iing car-? to Knarioke.'Knoxville, Chattanooga, a|sap|a*aj cat to N?rw Orleans Dining-car aprvice Hi 4.', p. ?n. Daily-New York. Allanta and New Orleans Limited All l'ullinan train?, club and cb ?rrv?tkin cars to New Orleans; sleeping car? t? Asheville, Atlanta?, New Orleans. Sleeping car ta Cliarlotte. Dining-car service. 4 ID a m. Daily Memphis Special. Through sleeping car? and roaches to Roanokr, Knoxville. Chattanooga, Na?hvilleand Memphis. Washing? ton ?leeping car open >*?M p. m. Dining car Service. Thnsigh trains from the South arrive Washing? ton ?:5fl a. m , 6*311?. m., lu:4?ia. m., dally; 7:46 p. m.. and 10:V> p. m. 12:15 a. id. daily, Hairkaori burg 11:4.'. a. m. w*H*k ?lay? and 9.30 p. m. ?laily. From Chariottesville. 9:46 a. m., 2J?i p. m. and 7:46 p. m. lyx-al from Warrenton arrive? 8:1o a. ra. week days. Trains leave Richmond: 10:4.r, a. m. and 11:45 p. m. Daily Kzpreaa for all point? South. C-20 a. m. Dally U*ral for Danville ami Charlotte. f>:l?0p. m. except Sunday, Local for Keysrille. 4:**l> a. m. exceptSumiay and 2:15 p. m. Monday. Wednesday and Friday for West Point. 4-10 p. m' except Sunday, for W??t Point, con. ne-rting with York River Une for Baltimore. Mon? day, Wednesday and Friday. Ticket?, sleeping-car reeervationa, and detailed information ran be hail at ticket oflkre, 706 liU St.. 906 F St. N. W . and New Union Station. Bamrage checked through from b?tela and re?l dence*. Cab ?enrice. i II. ACKKKT. V. P. andCien. Man. S il. IIARDWICK. Pas?. Traltle Mgr. H. F. CAKY. On. l'as?. Agent L. 8. BROWN. Oneral Agent. Washington. D. C S. E. Burgea?, D. P. A.. HateaSkiTa Best By Test Our Pure Grabapple VINEOAR 4 years old. ALso a full lim- of SPICES for pick? ling. All fresh, new goods. FRUIT JARS and a full variety of other goods usually kept in a first class store. DOGGBTT & SCOTT, 205 Commerce, 1002 Main Streets Phone 114. WASHINGTON LETTE (Special Curr?M|>oi.il.<.,, I | When aaaatoH sod represeutatl return t?i WilshJ.ugti.il in I ii??*iiil.?r Uli? opentag ?if Un? M? ?nul Bes-ston the MstJ lir~! ????n.r. ?JS liny ?III I ninny liaprereaasiii? both in tin* m cap?tol natif mu? in Iba aaamle i Il.il.? ?illli-f huihllugs Kill.ill U'.H Mi|i?*iini.*ii(icii! ut the cap?tol build nuil grounds. Ihis i? ni n Ism corpa worl.n luis? putting tlilaga i ?bape f??r lli?* lu? timbera ?ver sl? roagresa adjourned, ami tac wort i ba .?"iiilntifii rlgbl up i?? Um ope? of congress. Th? New Office Building?. Willie tin? -I'li.tli' nuil linn?? nil buildings ii.nl t?..tii t?-?-n in u*?* ?one line, Ibej srera not ?*<?iii|iii parti, uhirly ll.i*li .In'iirnlKHis. In I scnaif ?iiiir?? balldlng lbe raoBsj art linn?, except f??r iin? baa-dtwm? iur tun* which bad i.n Installed; 11 >? - c riilor walls aere blaabejod ?lili?*, i Iba approacbea and entraocea ??? ll'?t lllilsli???!. Daring the Milliliix-r I ealraace m '.ni' i ihr ? n pi loi luiM Im' completed, smooth stdewnlks lia ?Ven Ihm a long i be frool ??r the hnl Ing, tin? lerracea bat r i.n i umplel nuil turfed, and a ?xeuaiof in?; rnl liU'nilii*?? m?? wit ii?mt getting corar ? Uli iln-t The Senator?' Quarter?. I In? Timms. ,,r rather, sulis ??I runii allotted Ibe i-eiiatora bare beett pan? rd -11 id painted according to Ibe < sit?* of each indi* Idual senator ? h In* ruade *nn h request, A large nu I.? r ?if Hi.? Nenalors i.*ft the ?l?.mil ??f Ibelr otflces to Mr \v..i..|,. MjtI D|. his good M ?!?? Ill tin* scli*.*l|..|i colon. Bal Hi?*??* ?ni* other inore t I Id loos sens tors who bare kle Ibelr own about tin- bartnooy in <?? ora, .tiiI these t gare careful Inslni lloea lo Mr \v?..*is before Ibej i. Washington abonl tin- decora ti? ?hi? li ?ere t.T<>(ii tbelr offlcea general canraaa of iin*ir rooms sh.??. tli.it llgbl green predonlBatea ??i? Il ?ralla, with llgbl bloc and i.ufr si?*..i mu? third in prefarence. Tin* r?".i ?ni? airead] furnished with han BOfJJM raga In m.m? i m~.*s, mul tin? ?; paper has been atada lo barn* Change? at the Capitol. In tin* cap?tol building its.?ir n,.. ara man? repairs and i i n i>t ?????- m? ? n ander way, mi <?f which ??u lie i? isbed liy December. Two new ele trie eleiratora are bel?g Installed Iba -i nan? wing, "in? tu replace the ?? hydraulic lift which was dexignat? fur iba ezclnalre ns?* of the supren ?nuit and tin? ini'inlr. rs of congrei ami th?? other ?m fiiiiri*.1)' new eleyato which will !?? need be th?* puMlr. 11 ni'w elerator Is situated hist oppoeii tlii? i?hi imliii?- trierator, at Ibe <* i-t et trati.?* t.? th?? s?nats win*-, alt ha Im'imi fi'iit'.l n..-. ss.iry tu Install th additional ekTator becausa II t??rs ?Isinsi ti.ill [iiitilli* elevator carry them down t.? the sabwa? leai lag to tin? '.111???? building. Th? ??li? on the clevufurs Is still gOUtg "ti in ???111 DOt be Bnlshed until Just l?*f?>r congress nssoin!?!?s Th? Csntral Power Plant. Work ??ii tin? (i-iitral power plan located MM ??iiriielil park, which wl furnish tin? cap?tol, the aetMte an house otllci? building* and tin* ?oogrei Blonnl library with light, he.it BO power, lui.s pfogtasMs] raptdly, and M h'iiH'il that this plant, wlilcli will I? by far the Inrg.st <?f its ktml in Wnsli Ihgtoti. will I?' ready fur use this ?In tor. it has been tin? dn?:itn <?f ill governmental economists t?i build I central plant to furnish all the goreni ment buildings, from the White 1 l?nis? to the cap?tol, with heat ami llgbl and this new plant Is the first restil of tbelr plan. Whit? House Raform?. When Mrs. Taft entered the Whin House at the eim <?f her ?nimmer caca tlon she found there many Unportanl changes, Iu tin* planning of Hi?' moni significant of which she was the gaid In? spirit. While tin- wife ?.f thepr.s Ident has followed the advice of het physician? and rcfrnltied from forma latlng any program for the coming winter, her prompt Inauguration ?l many reforms Iu tin? ilninestk* ecoeo my of tin? thief ??f Auierii'itn honn?? has already Imrii?* fruit Mr?. Hon>eielt. win? broaghl will her from New York a inimb?*r <?l white mnlds Bad nurses, dre?- a ill tlnctinn between "appal*** and "?tower* servants, tin* distinction rannlng through every l*elmi?.n In lif?* betOW stairs. Mrs. Tuft has eliminated the actual as ?<*li as tin? imaginar?. Un?? as to privileges. f"?sl nr eompensntki ?o that thera are now i*u aorlal ?Ms Unctions In the kit? Inn. and tin* sain? coaa Ida ration at shown for one art ??i workers as f??r aaother. Servant? on Equal Plane. There are still !??. lal.l?*s. the wbll? and black being ?rrved separately, but the quality ??f the f'"*?l Is I he mine for both. Mrs. Tuft la following in?, same rule that has marked ber botosefcivplng f??r the last l wt?iily-lh t? years, from I'?* beginning in tin? ? - i r_r I a l room cottsjee In Clnclunail. In Ibe gutrentof*"? pai.n?* in Manila and In ber aeTeral Washington homes. Always a model boanekeepet as well as homeniaker. she Is an start ling mistress, demanding good servi? but showing appreciation nf tin? lain of the leaat <?f bar servant* by fair wages and fair Ireatawat When Mrs Taft arrived sin* also ?found the White Botase inure than pe? r deserved Its name. f?*r tin? most tlmr lough painting of the building since lita general remodeling six years ago bad been completed. Every In? h af Hie Interior woodwork and the entire ex? terior baa '>een painted, presenting a glistening, marble-like ap|?earam*e CilHi. srnoFiKi.n. CROUP a the ??hott thai haunti every hour of a child? III?. (.OWAN'S PKKPAHATIO?, tirrt imtanl rrRrf and romloit. Ju?. rub it on?don't weaken that ?lom?<u wllh druft. Keep II Id lb? haue. $1.00, i?, St. All druliitl?. Public Sale - OF A Saw f .illandMillOutfit Pursuant to the terms of two mat?t ot trust from W. J. Jacob* to the un? dersigned tni8t??e, one of date January 27th, 190f>,andone of date January 16th, 1909, both of the ?aid trusta having been duly record?*], the undersigned truste? therein named, being thereto requested by the holder of the debt therein secured, will, before the auc? tion house of N. B. Kinsey, at the cor? ner of Commerce and Princes* Anne streets, Fredericksburg, Virginia, on Saturday, Nov. 20th, 1909, at the hour of 12:30 o'clock M., offer for sale at public auction, to the high? est bidder, for cash, a portion of the property conveyed in said deed of trust from the said W. J. Jacobs and described as one 20-ho rae power saw mill, com? plete with all mill fixtures, saw?, belt? ing, etc., including the Tanner engine and Page boiler, the ?ame being now situated on tin* "Little Falls" property of Mr. Ralph Izard, in Stafford county, Virginia, about three miles below Fred? ericksburg. This property is in good condition and can l-e inspected by any intending pur? chaser on the farm of Mr. Izard. ALVIN T. EMBREY. td Trust??. BOY BANDIT ROBS SAME BANK TWIGE Shot Cashier and Killed Himsell When Pursued by Posse. Kn.loia. Kin, N?.v. IS, ICurl Hul lock tin' niiK-t? .-i. yeai-o?d bandit, win robbed Hi?' State Bask ??i Badora <m (.i? ? 11, returned with ;i companion In-ill up ti.o cashier and robbed ti1' | kaak ?gain. While lio rol.lorn war? at Work i Itarr, asalsUuil caabltr of tli. Kaw Valley State baak, of Budora, ? ?. ? tared Ike Budora statt- bank with ihi d.n 's clearing, 'i h?.- robbare shot kin through Um It \ Qrabblng all the money tbey coald ' r?:i? h. I In.- roblX If ran mit UM ba< i? door. A iMisso was at one? tomad. Th" robbi n fled to tli?' bills wagt of the Iowa The posa? ? irronndad them there A Ighl took placa in the kith b<stween the poana ami the robben, after ? f< w shots had been tlr.-.i Uni lock fell v. it h ? indi through bis head Th? bullet is suppoeed to have been Bred by his own hand. His roa pinion surrendered. The robbers ?ot ?About 11000 II I? bellered thai starr, Um wounded rashler, will i. cover, Heavy Sno?v In Five Western Denver, < olo. Nor. 11. A h avj v< i -now :.-ll over Colorado ? \\ omlng, southern Utah an i ? Sea Ifi tico and At Is na Pu. M?? and Colorado Springs reported ri\ in and In the moiin somewhat heavier. Riain Irjured In Football Gamp. D? <).. Nov. 13 ? tnirie blgh .? ii>~ I football team, wat , Injured in i gam? ?' nil Trop high school and Is delli :?.ii- li is feared the brala iVil-ado Decorate? Kitchener. Tokio ::??; 13 Field Mai ihal Lerd Kitebener i???h received fron the ?-*.'.? peror the Qrand Cordon of tli R c| Sun il- in been ?astertalaed oa ?? grand scale beta. i inidr. n Teething " tor meet HI IV YEARS 1.? MILLIONS <.f MnlllKKS r.,r lli.-ir ? Mil liliKN Willi.K TKETIIING, with I'KlllH 1 8UCCKS.S II SOOTH I - ?li- CHILI), SOFTKN.H Uw i.l M;-, ALLAYS all PAIN; (TI.KS WINU COLIC, and i-, th.u-.i maedy for DIARRHOEA. S..I.1 l.y ? f th,- ?Turki. I'.. .''..?thl'i,' Svoi|i." :irt?l lak>- n. ? In.III. ?rjlwlyr PUBLIC SALE OP A VALUABLE Ferry and Privileges AND OP Real Estate in Port Royal, Caroline county, Va Pursuant to the decree ?if the Cireait Court of Caroline county, Va, entered <i?t. li tli, 1908, in the ? liaiK-ery cause of Mitchell vs. Thornton's executors,and i having given the bond required by the ??aid degree, 'I"' undersigned special , commissioners will offer for public auction to the highest bkfcto al . I o'clock on Friday, Nov 28, 1909, on Um premises at Port Royal, Cain line county, Va., the foUownif eriy, viz: 1. That ferry, with all of its nichts i and privileges, at Port Royal, Virginia and plying between I'ort Conway and ; Port Royal, U'in? tin* ferry of ?which the late Elisabeth Thornton ?li?-?l possessed. 2. A dwelling bonae and lot in Port Poyal, Virginia, of which Um nai?l Elisabeth Thornton died seize?! and poaaw :'.. Two vacant Iota in Port Royal, Va., of which the sai?l Elizabeth Thornton died seized and possessed. The said properties are well known in Port Royal, and will !??? pointed out to any intentona purchaser, >.r party interested, by Mr. .lohn Taylor Thorn ton, who lives in Port Royal,Va. Tema Of sal?' ?ash, title ?/?mmI, anil sale eabject to Hrnnnnatfcrn ?>f the I'ourt. For further information apply to Mr. .lohn Taylor Thornton, at Port Royal, Va., or Onto the undersigned at I*'r?>i erickaborg, Va. Alvin T. Embrey, Arthur P. Thornton, K. W. Carter, Frederick W. Colemau, Special Commissioners. It. B. Mitchell, plaintilf.against Mrs. Elizabeth Thornton's executors, etc., defendants. In the Cinuit Court of Caroline county: I, T. C. Valentine, deputy clerk of said court, certify that the bond required of the sjiecial com? missioners by the decree in said cause of 11th day of Octolier, 1909, has been duly given, (liven under my hand this 2.rith day of October, 1909. T. C. Valentine, Deputy Clerk. mxhJwrWiW Spices Buy your Spices now. We sell the Finest, Purest, Spiciest Spices sold. Ma'e, Cloves, Ctnnam ?d, Allsp ce.Cream Tartar, an* BlacK Prppe-. M.M.LEWIS lhe REXALL Drug Store. ENGINE AND SAW HILLS BARQAIINS. 1 No. 2 American Saw Mill, 2nd hand 1 No. 1 (leiser Saw Mill, rebuilt. 3 No. .1 Farquhar Head Blocks. 1 No. 5 Farquhar Saw Mill. 1 till. V. Huber Portable Engine. 1 ?Mi. P. Cooper 1 12-H. P. McVicker Gasoline Engine. Large lot second hand Insert.-d Tooth Saws, some as good as new. Also new Inserted Tooth Saws, Hoe & Simonds. Powering Saw Mill Fceils. Saw Tables, I.ath Sawing Machines. 1 20-H.P. Watertown Steam Engine, 30-H. P. Fire Boa Boiler, Pulleys. Hang? ers and Shafting. Beltibg. Packing.Oil, Grease, ?fie. FRANK K. TYLER, 1004 Main St., Fr.Mlericksburg^_ ??CHESTER i\ CO. Fire, Life, Acccident and Health INSURANCE Best Companies and Best Rates. Row lett A (?oolrick Building, Princes? Anne St, Fredericksburg, Va 300 STOVES i I '? Direct from factory. Merchants, write for cuts and prices and save money on Stoves, Pipe and Elbows. BLANKET Nor, tho usual size, but the largest s ze double Austraiial Wool Blankets $2.50 Pair Regular $4 6? Goods. Bluo or Pink Borders. Sfce Our BRA8S and TRON BEDP, RUGS and CARPETS E.G. NINDE, _FREDEIUCK8B?RG, VA. * Fall and Minier Dry Goods and Millinery The fall is pacing l'a.-t, bereweareal th.- ?loor of winter, with all the thought* <?f the coining cold tens?n and all the pretty thing! .n drcM that it brings us. Right now you will timl m imply ready with?ver\ l'iushinnahl?' fabric in Drew Gooda, the Newest in Millinery, the most Sty? lish and Qa-uc Tailored Suits. Separate Skirts an?l Conta, tin- largesl and ch?6apeat stuck of Blankets, the lar</?-st ami must eeonomi>ca]|y priced >t?)ck Underwear for men, women and children. In bel everything you would expect to find in an cstalilishnient like thi.-?. Below arc a few speciala we want you to remember and a k to Our Plaid Blanket Special at |2.2S,worth |3.00. . Our La Itea' Veal andPnnta?Specialat39c, value 50c Our Men'- Heavy Fleece Shirts and Drawers 9p?ecial at -Be, worth 50p, Our All Wool Dn ( ?..??ils Special at "><ie, others ask 59 ami 62 l-2c. Our :iti inch I.Ik. Taffeta Silk Special at SI, 11.19 valu?'. Our ??-in. Serge Silk, all cul?.is, won't split, at $1.00, Dun't buy Suit or Mat until youaeeoura. It will pay y?.u t.. give lia a l?>?k. J.T. Lowery & Co, D'.-Y GOODS AND MILLINERY TiTu-t" ? - "j?TMimgig"" ? ~*..--? x; r i 0 Val Dannehl * FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS V; I Repair Wiirk a si>orialty. Mill Supplies. Castings, (*tc. 1'hi.ne l'.tl, Krederickshurg, Va. i?iBM*araj.'ii?uw>Mii n in i? i i i i it it a i nrnrii " Trirr~"i ~r- ? OPENING O? Rugs and Carpets Velvet, Axminster and Wilton. The largest line ever shown in this city. Over 100 patterns to select from. We have the lowest price ever made on Rugs. "Price direct from the mills." Ball's Masons Fmit Jars at CUT PRICE. "Merchants, Write For Price." W. A. BELL & BRO. The Furniture and Carpet House. * Rawlings <& Son ? *?-?-* Jnst rwclvi??! another car of the ratsk'htsd Piedmont One 21 Two Horse Wagons ft Grain Drills, Disc and Smo .thing Harrows,the Majestic Washing Machines Also VYli.w-r?t-vd 0?*U, St**! Rjh, Tlnioihr Hen], I'lowr Svil, OkJmH OraW8?#d. A ulco Un?* tA ORflCBRIE*', In f ?i?. .?[.yihlng btrnthaj hy thp fi.rni(>r BWi I M* keeper. mw\ Rawling? & Son jjj Z**XXX*r?KXttW SINCERITY in words and il.-ed, that is what makes friends, wins customer*, grows business, insures success, we make no claim we cannot sultstanti ?,,.; ilechu-?' M values we MM* show. For the next ten ?lays I will offer the f-illowinjr for $1.49 A Ladies' Genuine Bordered Calf Shoe plain or cap toe, with a one piece solid sole leather counters, one piece of Rock Oak Bark tanned leather innersole, the out soles of the best white bark tinned leather. This ?shoe is made whole vamps, no cut off under the tips. We think enoujfh of this shoe to stand back of every pair with a guarantee that they must \. rove all solid leather from heel to to*?, pf ?*,?? will refund your money or give you a new pair of sh?*?*. Could you ask for more? Wallace & Co. Builders of ?Solid Shoe?. Take Notice! WOODS' MEAL ?8 only pttckitj in pi.,**!* sackn. Never wolil loose. A. B. Bolts ? Co? Fire, Life and Acci&ant Insurance Agen ti Office 312 Commwe Streot. keprvsienU sixteen first-class com puntes. Kates low as the lowest, ami loa-MM promptly adjustetl sod paid. RIPANS. Tlit-re is scarcely any condition of ill health thai is not bem-fit-ed by the occasional use of a JO PANS Tabule. For sai? by druggists. The Fir? ?sea?? packet is enough for an ordinary occo ?ion. The ftuni'y bottle, 60 ceots, eon tains a ?supply for a year.