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Devoted to tbo Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing: Interests o? Fredericksburg: and the Tidewater aoO Pto4m#mt Oountx*
VOL.XXIV.NO. 127. FREDERIOKSBURG, VA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1809 PRICE, 3 CENTS SINCERITY in words and deed, that is what makes friends, wins customers, irrow? business, insures success. We make no claim we cannot substanti? ate; declare no values we cannot show. For the next ten days 1 will offer the following 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 ?nnersole, the out soles of the best white bark tanned leather. This shw is made whole vamps, no cut off under the tips. We think enough of this shoe tu stand back <>f every pair with a guarantee that they must prove all solid leather from heel to toe, or we will refund your money ur give you a new pair of shoes. Could yon ask for more? Wallace & Co. Builders of Solid Shoes. Maryland, Delaware & Virginia Railway Co. Kappahamiock RW?r Line. ScMile il Effect larch II, I?*. Baltimore. Tappahannock. Fredericksburg Leav? Baltimore. Pier t Light Street, weather permitting. Sunday U noon. Tuesday and Thursday 4.30 p. m. lor ? Westland. North End. Mill Creek. Whits Stone, Irving-ton, Weems. Millenbeck. Merry Point. Ottoman's Moran a, Burhan's. Ur? banna, Monaskon, Water View. Whealton a, tBay Port. Sharp ?. Bowler's. Ware's Welfords. Tappahannock. ???' ?. m . Naylor ? Hole. Bland neld. Carter a. Layton a. 9 Leed?town. Saunder?'. WUmont, Ureenlaws, Port Royal. Port Conway. Hay Mount. Hop Yard. Ratcliffe'^Frederkksburs-. ?Steamer leaving on Sunday doe? not stop. lOn Monday? steamer will laav? Lecdatowa at UJO sVas* Baltimore. Tappahannock-Leave Baltimore. Piar 2. Light Street, weather permitting. Wednes? day and Friday 4 JO ?. m.. for ?North End. Mill Creek. ?White Stone. Irvington. Weems. Millen? beck. ?Burhan s. 'Burton's. Urbanna. Monaskon. ? Wnsahon s. Water View. ?Sharps, 'Tappahan nock. ?Steamer leaving Baltimore on Wednesday will only stop st Landings marked t. Tappahannock. Norfolk Leave Tappahannock, weather permitting. Saturday ? p. m., stopping st Wetford'?, Ware s Bowler s. Sharp s. Bay Port. Whealton a. Water View. Monaskon. Urbanna. Burton'?, Burhan's. Millenbeck. Merry Point. Ottoman?. Muran'*. Weems Irvington. White Stone, Mill Creek. North End. Westland. Return in?;, steamer will leave Norfolk Monday, S p. m.. weather permitting, for Tappahannock. stopping at Mnriing? a? above, except Merry Point, otto? man's. Moran s and Bay Port, stopping at Bowl? er's, Ware's and Wetliord s on return trip to Bal? timore on Tuesday?. Freight will not be received in Norfolk after 2 p. m., on sailing days. Piedsi liAsbure. Tappahannock, Baltimore Lssne Frederickibunr, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday tM> p. m.. tide and weather permitting, for RatcttnVs. Hop Yard. Hay Mount, Port Con tray, Port Royal. Greenlaws, Wilmont. Saunder s, ra 4 a. m., Layton'srCarter ?, Blandtield, NaaJor ? Hole 6:30 a. m . Tappahamick 7 JO ?. Wetlford?, Ware's. Bowler s. Sharp? 9:30 a. m.. Bar Port. Whealton s. Water View, Monaakon. lirbanna, 1230 p. m.. Borhan's, Millenbeck, Merry Point. 2:30 p. m., Ottoman's, Morana, Weem '?, lrvington. White Stone. Mill Creek 5:30 p. m.. North End 6:00 p. m.. Westland. Arrive Baltimore Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning?. Tappahannock. Baltimore,-Leave Tappahan? nock. w?atb?r permitting. 7:30 a. ax, Tuesday and Thursday, ?topping at Wellford?. Ware s. Bowl? er's, Sharp? ?%?? a. m., +B?y Port. Whealton'?, Watet View. Monaskon. ? Urbea.ns, Burton's, Bor? han's, Millenbeck, Weems, lrvington. White Stone. Mill Creek. North End. Arriving Baltimore Wed? nesday and Friday mornings. tStsaroer to Balti? more on Thursday will not ?top at Urbanna and Bay Port. This time table ?how? the tunes st which steam art may be expected to arrive at and depart from the several wharves, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaranteed, nor does the company hold Itself re?pon?ible for any delay or any consequences arising therefrom. Freight received In Baltimore until 4 p. m. on sailing day*. W. D. SCOTT. Art.. Frsdtrieksburg. Va. WHIara) Thomson, Geni. Manager. T. Murdoch. Geni. Freight * Pats. Act.. Bald? osare, March 1st 180? Southern Railway N. B. Following schedule figures published as Information, ?ad ?r? not guaranteed. Schedule effective Nov. 7th, 1909. Train? Wave Washington from New Union Station. 7:80 a. m. Dally-Local for Warren ton. Danville and way station?. 8 JO a. m. Daily -Local for Hsrriaonburg, Va. ??o a. m. Dally-United States Fast Mail. etrsKleas coaches and drawing-room, sleeping car? to Birmingham * New Orleans. Dining car 1.-00 p. m. Week Days-Local for Warren ton and Strasburg. 4:16 p. m. Dally-Birmingham Special and riorida Limited. Through coaches and sleeping ?susto Columbia. Savannah and Jacksonville. Bleeping car to Augusta and Alken. Sleeping ear to Birmingham. Dining car service. Tourist car to California Monday. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. ?fZOpv m. Week Day?- Local for Harrison burg sad way station? on Mapaanas Branch. 4:56 p. m. Daily- Local for Warren ton and Charlotteaville. . _ 1010 p. m. Dally-New York and Chattanooga Limitad (via Lynchburg)- First class coach and alssnliut esrs to Kosrioke,iKnoxville, Chattanooga, ?tseprng tsu- to New Orleans. Dining-car service 10:46 p. m. Daily New York. AUanta and New Orleans Limited - Ail Pullman train?, club and cb ?ervation cars to New Orleans; sleeping cars to Askwrtlto. Atlanta. New Ortoan?. Swsping car to Charlotte. Dining-car servie?. 4:10 a. m. Daily - Memphis Special. Through ?leaping cam and coaches to Roenoke. Knoxville, Caittanoaga. Nashville and Memphis. Washing? ton sleeping car open 10.00 p. m. Dining car earvica. , Through train, from the South arrive Washing? ton 9!? a. tn.. 6:30 a. m.. HMD?, in., daily; 7:451>. m-, and 10:66 p. m. 12:16 a. TO. daily, Harris? m hur? 11:46 a. m. week daya and 9:30 p. m. daily. ?rom Charlottesville. 9 46 a. m.. 2 JO p. m. ?nd 7:46 p. m. Local from Warrenton arrive? 8:10 a m. weak days. Train? Wave Richmond: 10:46 a. m. and 11:46 p. ??? D?i?y Eapresa fer all pointa S<iuth. ??90 ara. Dally Local for Danville und Charlotte. ?.-00 p. m. except Sunday. Loral for Keysville. 4 JO a. m. except Sunday and 2:15 p. m. Monday. Wednesday and Friday fur West Point. 4J0 p. ?a;?xcsyt junday. for West Point, con. ???etrng with York Rtver Une for Baltimore. Mon? as?, Wednesday and Friday. Tickets, ?leeping-?ar^reservation?, and detailed St,, ?06 F ?tTN W.. and New Union Station. Baggage checked through from hotels ?nd r?si? dantes. Cab service. C. H. ACKERT. V. P. and Gen. Man. 8. H. HARDWICK. Pa?. TranV ^ H. f. CARY. Gen. Pas.. Agent. L. S. BROWN. General Agent. m __ _ _ . Washington. D. C. WANTED ! 20 Ken to make R. R. Ties. Also 10 wagons to haul them. ? Apply to O. D. FOSTER, 1? reder ic&aburg, Va. 300 STOVES Direct trom lactory. Mer hants, write for cuts and prices and save money on Stoves, Pipe and Elbows. BLANKET Not the usual size, but the largest size double Australial Wool Blankets $2 ? 50 Pftir Re&ular $4.50 Goods. Blue or Pink Borders. See Our BRASS and IRON BEDS. RUGS and CARPETS E.C.NINDE, FREDE RICKSBURG, VA !??. 8 6 8 fi 0 8 8 8 8 8 lOiOtefrlIOn >?C??C*<C*(C*H?*?0? Ed. TIMBERLAKEJhe Shoe Man Has bigger, greater values than ever before, He controla for this section some oi the l?'.-t factory lines un the market and can make ?t to your interest to buy front him. Men'- Heavy Boots, some specials in 12.50 and $3 values. lien's High Cut Lace Shoes in rawhide and tan calf, viseo soles ."nd uppers shoe for drv feel $4-00 8 8 8 6 8 6 6 8 9 8 8 6 6 8 8 8 ? Ed. Timberlake, 904 Main Street ! Women's Kangaroo Calf, lace, medium weight, ti CA a shin' for service.?yl?vv Women's Marine Calf, lace. plain and tipped, a material that remains soft ?ind f mJC pliable. ????' Women's Kid Vamp Felt Lined Shoe for those who suf- I "7C fer with cold feet. ??'*' Misses' and Children's Royal Calf School Shoes, the greatest wearing shoe made for the money, 9 to n at i oc $1.1">; 12 to 2 at.'??-?* Boys' Medium High Cut School made to wear O AA and will wear."?"" The Waldorf Shoe for men, equals many shoes at *1 CA a dollar more, at.?'?'" K. Stout Lambertville Snag Proof Gun Boots, a A CA sure wearer.?l?*fV Y< rUR fare paid one way if you purchase $15.00, both ways if you purchase .^.oo, if y< irou live within HHI miles of this city. 8 8 0 The Largest Ship? pers in Northern Virginia. This is the time of the year to look after your roof and we are of fering CYPRESS SHINGLES at very attractive prices and are aUo selling the well known RL'BEROU) ROOFING, which is one of the oldest and best high grade roofings on the market today, and as it lias proven its worth by years of successful use in this and foreign coun? tries, it is worthy of TOUR careful consideration if you need a roof for your house, barn or outbuilding?. In addition to our regular line of Lumlier, Laths, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Mouldings, Sash, Doors, Bunds, etc., we are having a big de? mand lor Old Dominion Portland Cement, Kockdale Lime and Terra Cotta Pipe, and it is giving us pleasure to be able to ship a splendid Terra Cotta that is manufactured at Alexandria, and we are having a good demand for the larger sizes for Well I,innings, as it makes a cheap and good lining. THE LUMBER AND MILL WORK department? of our business were establish?! in 18?9, and, by continually making better buying conditions, improving our facilities for handling everything cheaply, and surrounding ourselves with progressive men that grow up in our business and study the wants of our trade, we are in B pOsWOB U) serve our customers well and give them better values than a majority of dealers in larger cities, as our facilities are equally as good and our stocks are fully as large,yet our rentals and general expenses are much less, and the Consumer Gets the Benefit of these advantages. Our prices are entirely based on the grades we sell, and, although 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 Snipping the Grade We Sell has steadily increased our trade, and we believe that a comparison of our Prices and Grades will convince you that ITS have a well selected stock and that you can get the best values from us that can be secured. Give us a chance to handle your business, and we will keep your orders coming by courteous treatment, prompt shipments and good values. W. A. SMOOT $ CO., Inc. (Successor to SMOOT ft 00.) Cameron and Union Streets, Alexandria Va Rural Residents, Why do you continue to keep sums of money at home or about your person, thus tempting the robber or murderer, when this strong and modern bank is anxious to serve you? The newspapers have recent? ly published accounts of horrible crimes committed for the sole pur? pose of obtaining hoarded money. Don't delay: act now. Write for our booklet, "How to Bank by Mail." It tells you how easy it is to have an account with this great banking institution, 3 Per Gent. Interest, componnded semi-annuaily from date of de? posit, p?id on savings accounts. The Planters National Bank, Twelfth and Hain Streets, - - Richmond, Va. CAPITAL, $300,000.00. SURPLUS and PROFITS, $1,175,000.00 SPLENDID BICKEYE WOMEN Married and Unmarried, Praise the Buckeye Remedy, WSSSSS? Pe-ru-na? Internal Catarrh. MlM Nora Kcl'ey, I'.. 11. I, Bol Ml, Loeriou, < ?alo, say?: "I write i., thank von f.?r ?le ?routier fu! good your I'? run? han don? for Bit?. "I ?rag a sufferer fro? kidney ami other Internal troabl? fur twenty-two y???rs. Two y??rs ?to I U-Kan to tske l'.rniKi ?nd I only to<>k about thrae bol tl>. anil pa-da? I can say I am a will :i." Could Not rat without Suffering Mr-, ii. a Weaver, K< menet, Ohio, Wi il'?- : "I can -rifely and truly My that 1'cru n? baa bean a blearing t?i DM. '?l had MtswThMbrslly that I had lost Um -en-.- i,f imell and tasM, "I h?il Htuma.-h trouble ?<> had that 1 could ti"t cat anything without ?ufTer bag literwarda. ?Mj friends advl-id DM to try l'eru ii a. I bought on?- bottle ?nd wan great!] benefited by it, and so 1 bought . I ?osea bottle?, and will -ay that 1 am eofapteti ly eured of ?tosaiaeh trouble ?nd catarrh. "I i .min.t say en-iu^h for Peruaa," Pe-ru-na Brought Appetite. Mr-, sWlloaTastaer, Athens, <>., write? t!i r PenuM r?'ii?-M ?i bei of - ?ad broogbl her a p?*! h Mrs. Victoria M. IMi-keL Now Has Best of ttralth. Mm. Victoria If, Plekel, UO K. Mount, -? . ' mu?,a-, Ohio, writes i ?I have been using Perana for catarrh, baring bad a very aggravated ? l the nasal organ?. 1 When I did -.?-I the p ipened, the mnctu would drop into ?a? throat and make DM very - - k. ? "A friend advised dm to take Pernna, I and afMr using four bottles 1 wa< euredL ?M bave no trouble now, and an bappy 1 am ??Joytag the besl ..f health and atMndlng to my IimI^-,. ,iu ii? -, being a DMUlbof ?d the Rebecca. Lodge of i hid Pellowa. "I would r?-<,'?iniii<'iiil PertUMto tboea rUfferiUg With the ?aun; oluoxlou? , trouble.'' Catarrh for Several Year?. ] Mi?. Allee BOgle, M CtlatoD st., Circlet Ule, Ohio, writs?! "1 want to infiirm you wh.t 1''run? has d?itie for inc. ??I h?ve been aiilii-ted with catarrh for Mveral years. 1 have tneii different medldUM and none seemed t,, do me any good until I used Pernna, I have taken sti bottles aadeta praMe It Tery highly for the k'*"! ll bs? done DM. "I also find It of ure?t benefit t?i my I children.'1 Pe-ru-na An Honest Family Medicine. DELINQUENT LAND SALE The real estate mentioned below, or so much thereof as may l>e necessary to satisfy the taxe?, levies, interest, costs, and charge? due thereon, will be sold at public auction on the first Monday in January, 1910, between the hours of ten in the morning and four in the afternoon, in front of the courthouse of Caroline county, unies- the amount for which said land.? are deliru'tient.together with interest, costs and charges, shall have been previously paid. C. T. SMITH, November 15th, 1909. Treasurer of Caroline County. Bowling Green District Name (if IVrson Charged with Taxes WHITE. Downing, Ellen W., Est. COLORED. Doll ins, Sarah. Ix>max, Joseph. Ross, Kittie. Taylor, Frederick. Turner, Samuel. Walker, James. Number Acres 11-4 Acres 11 SI i'. B 1 Lot LoSSl Description of Land Downingsvillo Eagle- Nest Downingsville Downingsville Providence Ch. Travis' Mill Bowling Green WHITE Oesterheld, Edw.,Es1 Whittaker, L. A. Port Royal District. H A. Adj. Wm. Praetor 73 Trap COLORED Farmers Supply Co. Jones, William. Reeves, W. H. Shelton, Reut>en . Trustees Macedonia Chili.. Williams, Thomas. 1-1 10 108 3 1 17 1 II Wood ford Rock Step Howie Fit joe Brown ('. E. Beasley ('. E. Beasley Madison District WHITE Dunn, Mary E a. H7 A. J. Haley Flippo, J. W., L. E. and Harriett. 197 1-2 ft F. Colcman Marshall, Nancy. M Hlantons Watkins. Hasting Bst. ?H 1-4 H, B. Wd |S COLORED Coleman, Sophia. Conner, Ida. Gibbs, Geo. L. Rock, Richard. ..., Smith, Aubrey. c BO m 12 H W. S. Hart L. J. Durrctt K. Dew Baity R. Wri rixht Reedy Church District. WHITE Bowers, Chas. E. Est 15 Bower*, Chai. E. Est 149 Chiles, Samuel Est. WM Dickens. Georgianna... Goldshy, Geo. Est. H5. Head, Luther J. H Jeter, Maria. POM Trainham, Larkin. 2fi Wright, Lula B. :?* COLORED Fells, Chas, and Coss... 17 Hamilton, Walter. H Hamilton, Walter. 20 Monroe, Charles. Id Nelson, Charles. 4 Nelson, Ryland. Ij Nelson, James W. 5 Nelson, Unity. 3 Nelson, William B. Nelson, York. 6 Starke, Harriet. 10 Starke, Harriet. 2 :'.-4 Stevens, Benny. lr> Williams, Thornton. 7 Adj. Dawn John Barlow W. T. Chiles A G. Young Susie Harris Reedy Church Wm. Turner Paul Camp A- G. Young Adj. Lewis Tunstall T. Hunter T. Hunter Buck Chapman A. Burnett A. Burnett A. Burnett A. Burnett A. Burnett A. Burnett R, L. Blanton R. L, Blanton W, T. Chile? Duvals A Copy?Teste: Nov. 15th, 1909. E. R. COGHILL, Clerk. JNO. B. PROCTOR & CO., NO. 316 COMMERCE ST. Phone 289. PLUMBING, HEATING and GAS FITTING, Tin and Iron Roofing,Guttering and Spouting.Cooking and Heating Stoves. Promptness and Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. S. EMBREY [Successor to Embrey Si Berryman. ] Dealer in Railroad Crow Ties, Cedar Posts, Spoke? and Hoops. Keep con? stantly on hand a large supply of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. Office near Rail? road Depot, Frederieksburg, Va. Also Agent for Page Wire Fence Co. Crowns and Bridge Work a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. Dr. J. Garnett King, ?urns?. Office-906.1-2 Main St. Fredericks burg. FOR MODERN HOTEL Business Men Me Action Look? ing To Establishment of One Here TO HAVE HOMECOMING WEEK, ETC. Tin- regular Business Men''? Associa lion meeting was hehl Tuesday nighl with Presidei t w. I.. Brannan In the chair and Mr. J, W. Thomai acting secretary. There was good attendance and much interest. Special committee appointed to sag gesi plans for building a modern hutel here, composed of Mesara, T. 11. Har? ns, c. w. Jones, T. N. Brent, David llirsh, II. F. Crismond, K. I). Colt-and Henry Warden, reported sa follows We respectfully report and recom? mend the following: First. That the eitisena of Freder kksborg take the necessary ^t<'|>- t., secure at the earliest date a modern H reproof hotel of one hundred rooms "r mote and necessary bath-rooms, con- ' veniently hx'ated for the travelling publie. L That i st,,ci< company he ? formed for the mm of $60,000, par value of iharea |10. Sell the shares of stock on the installment pian for one dollar; per month per share. All money to be ? placed in hank until a sufficient sum is I m hand to begin the work of building. The time in now rips for s co operation along this line and the needs of the hour stand at the door. Mere we are halfway between the Na? tional and State eapitals and lacking,in one of the most historical towns of the State, such accommodations M the traveling public require and are ready to pay for. Fredericksburg mus? not itend still. The traveling man, who ha? m his mouth the words which will make the town what we want it to be, must he pleasantly itnpres-e?! on Ins arrival and go from our doors feeling glad that he came among us. The man who helps this movement will share in thesuccess which it is sure to be, The one share of the man who can bay only one will be safeguarded m well BS the man who boys more. Now. gentlemen, you are urged to push this matter forward. Respectfully, The Committee. T. H. Harris, chairman. This re[?rt was received and adopted and on motion of Mr. ('. W. Jo ? president was authorized to appoint a committee of ten, composed of the rep? resentative business men of the asso? ciation or city, to solicit stock to the amount of $."><.),ihni or more to build S hotel and to secure options on available sites and to re[x>rt hack to the associa? tion not later than the first regular meeting in January, 1910, and to make reports of progress at each regular meeting, the president and secretary to lie made members of this committee. It was resolved that a committee be appointed looking to a homecoming week in 1910. The Manufacturing Committee was instructed to investigate and report the chances of inducing the A. R. Little Company of shoe manufacture!-, o? Lynn, Mass., to locate their factory here. On motion of ("apt. Koweit was re? solved that a committee consisting of three members of the Transportation and Non-Resident Trade,with the pres? ident, be appointed to go to Richmond in the interest of this city in getting a schedule for the trains on the R., F. & P. R. R. NOTES FROM MADISON COUNTY Radiant, Va., Nov. 17, 1009. Mrs. E. J. Hicks and daughter. Miss Lula, were at Orange Saturday. Mr. J. A.Weaver is having his dwell? ing house and store newly painted. Miss Lula Carpenter is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Car penter, of Orange. Mr. Allie Seay, of Spotsylvania, has been a recent visitor in this vicinity. Mr. J. W. Hicks visited friends near Barboursvilla Sunday. Mr. C (?. I'ritchett. while hunting Saturday, came across a gang of wild turkeys, the first seen in this vicinity for some time. He hrought down a fine gobbler, which weighed fifteen pound?. He says it wasn't "Thanksgiv? ing." but he was thankful to get his turkey. The farm of the late Noah Price, near Good Hope church, was purchased Sat? urday by Mr. John Price, of Greene. Messrs. Theodore and Trent Seal, of Orange, visited friends near here Sun? day. Most of our farmers have finished seeding wheat, and rain is badly needed. Mr. Jonas Carpenter was at the home of Mr?. E. J. Hicks Sunday. WILDERNESS ITEMS Wilderness, Va., Nov. 17, 1909. The hunting season found many visitors here ready for the sport. Rev. Decatur Edwards was a guest of Mr. John Scott a few days ago. Mr. R. L. Jennings, of Washington, is expected here to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jennings, this week. Messrs. Robert and Fayette Biscoe have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Dora Payne. Dr. W. A, Gordon expects to attend the Baptist General Association in Ports? mouth. Prof. Willis sold from his farm here last week 30 head of fat hogs, weigh? ing about 250 lb?, each, at Yc per lb. gross. Prices for all kinds of farm pro? duce are beginning to make the farmer take courage, J. J. PATENTS GRANTED The following patents have been granted to Virginians,reported by S. H. Evans, patent attorney, Washington: James 0. Alwood, Lanterns. Harry F. Cunning, Roanoke, Check valves Harry F. Cunning, Roanoke, Pressure Regulating Valve. Win, J. Sterling, Portsmouth, Mould? ing Machines. Geo. W. Rowe and Guy A. Howard, Hampton,Composition of Matter. Wm. Scrimgeour, Jr., Portsmouth. Furnace or Forge. Patrick Foy, Roanoke, Flowerpot Stand. Wm. Scrimgeour, Portsmouth, Oil burner. Paxton Pollard, Norfolk, Pitcher. CASTOR IA For lofants and Children. Tht Ktmt You Havs Always fiougtu Bears tee eVgaatare ???ztWaSs? ROLL OF HONOR List of Successful I'upils at Public Schools For October. To lie on Roll of Honor the pupil i must, m grade I to 7, stand not lessl than "Very Good" on scholarship, be deficient m no .study, stand "Satisfac f?iry" on Pooducl and have been neither r tardy during the month. In grafl? - - to ll the pupil must have Mood "Very <;<mi?I" or "Excellent" on idy, have been "Satisfactorj " m ? ? nducl and have been neither ah sent nor lardy during the month. 1 lood" is equivalent of not less than lui p?-r cent and anything below 75 per cent ?i ''deficient " Grade 11 Pauline Perry. Grade 10 Myrtle l'.uil?.?k, Lou?m McCalley, Lottie Thomas, Andrew Smith. Gouldman, Harold Genther.Elsie Wood, Elisabeth R Lucila Rawlinga, Elizabeth Ninde,Rutfa McGee, Isabelle Layton, I-? Dannehl. | Grade 8 Bernard Melton, .Joseph Bailard, Fred Jones, Grace Nicholls, Elsie Genther, Bcalmear Unthicum, Sarah K. GoUadman, Lillie Embrey. (?ra?le 7 .lohn Hemdoo, W'llliam Arthur Jacobe, Magnus Lewis, George Rawlinga, May Hund? ley, Mar, Rice, Rachel Sullivan, Rena Wright. tirade i? Miss ha.]-' Class: Rog? r Clark, Forest Craves. DuVal Hicks, David Hancock, Charlie Hudson, Elsie Carner, Ida Carver. Kuth Downing, Mary Grit?n, Ethel Genther, Margaret Good rick, Grade 6 Mlas Miller's CbMs: '?' Rowe, Lauriel Powell, Koliert Smith, Marie Howard. Olive Mills, Daisy Pritehett, Maud Pritehett, Minna Rod gers. tirade ~> Mita Lindsay's ('lass; Elea? nor B. Russell, Ida Shelton. VV'ilmer Williams. Crude ?". Miss Honey's Class; Ed ward Blake, Valentine Dannehl, John I-'reeman, Preeton George, Willie Mc? carty, Leah Arrnatrong, Lena Boner, Mary Haeigalupo. Lrma Hawkins, Marjorie Jones, Gladva .laekson. Grace Harrison. Grade i Mies UbnansC??Bw:Trujnan Griffin, William George, Nelson Hem don, Franklin Koeppen, Robert Jacobs, Verrton Knight, Kate Aldridge, Jennie Cox, Nellie Cadot, Carrie Dalton,Flem? ing Carneal. Grade I Mi? Dunaway's Class: Louise Yates, Janet Jefferson, Rachel McGhee, Maggie Mills, Anna Mersereau, Susie Waller, Anna Trigger, Priscilla Wright, Thelma Larkin, Anrrie Ninde, Hugh Perry, Raymond May, James McGhee, I bornas Melville. Grade I Miss Cray's Class: Mabel Wood, Frances Proctor, Nymat Sacrey, Howanl Smith. Grade :i Mhui Roach's Class: Jack Beckwith, Bernard Genther, Edward Hill, Hansford Kennedy, Nellie Arm? strong, Mary Bailard, Doshie Boxley, Beulah Brown, Christine Carner,Bessie Curtis, Vernon Dannehl, Elizabeth Dannehl, Nellie Gouldman, Mary Hais lip, Pauline Harrison, Nellie Jefferson, Eta Jett, Nellie Hohmann, Florence Heflin, Leba Jones. Grade 2 Morning Class: Arthur Brown, Jeb l-ittrell, Willie James, Kl mer King, Edward Mills, Mener Dil? lard, Thomas B. Norris, Randolph Con? ner, Raymond Burton, Hazel Baker. Elisabeth Fricke, Helena Happel, Mat tie McCalley, Edna Allison, Jeanette Allison, Fannie Baker, Lillian Cadot, Sarah Edwards, Thelma Emhrey, Grade Carneal. Grade 2 Afternoon Class: Lewis Stephens, James Skinner, Orville Row land, George Rowland, Burwell Perry, Clifton Snellings, Eugene Skinner. Al vin Snellings, Clifton Reeves, Ralph Watson. Eddie Burton, Myrtle Nail, Beatrice Stiars, Belle Jaeoba. Nora Pritehett. Beatrice Mills, Elizabeth Steam.-, Bessie Taylor, Bessie Shelton, Maggie McCartv, Bessie Thompson, Elsie Rodger?, Maud Jenkins. Grade 1 Morning Class: Constance Bernard, Julia Dillon. Olive Puny, Sa? rah Johnson, Harriett Curtis, Margaret Jefferson, Lucy Jenkins, Audrey Free? man, Mollie Boner, Julia Decker, Tacie Carner, Inez Beazley, William Allison, Sidney Shannon. Charlie Cash. William Tom ?kins, Edward Jones, Carter Hef? lin, Jack Herudon, Carl Hill. Grade 1 Afternoon Class: Gertrude O'Dormell, Elizabeth Sacrey, Marjorie Br?lle, Evelyn Young, Elizabeth Stev? ens, Raymond Payne, Thomas I,csslie Payne. Ward ?ranger, Robert Wood, Harold Kemp. Edward Perry, Pearson Payne, Robert Tyson. DELEGATES TO TEACHERS CONFERENCE Miases Nellie T. Boatright and Mary S. Lindsay are delegates from the public schools of this city to the State Conference of Teachers, which meets in Richmond on Thanksgiving Day and continues several days. Prof. A. D. Wright will also attend. IN NEW QUARTERS Mr. W. W. Butzner has moved his law office and Mr. John W. Allison,Jr., his real estate office from the lower floor of the Chewning Building to the upper floors of the same building and have taken the four rooms lately occu? pied by the Fredericksburg Power Co. The rooms are airy and bright. WHAT IS HYOMEI? You Have Heard About the Catarrh Cure Goolrick's Pharmacy Gearantees. Hyomei is a wonderfully antiseptic, so powerful that it promptly destroys germ life, yet its action on the mucous membrane is extremely soothing and healing. It relieves catarrh in five min? utes; it cures in a few weeks or money back. It is made chiefly of eucalyptus and eucalyptol taken from the eucalyptus forests of inland Australia. The medi? cal profession knows that eucalyptus is an absolutely certain germ destroyer and with tne active principles of eucalyptus as a base Hyomei is made more efficient, pleasant and quick act? ing by the addition of Thymol, an anti ! septic and disinfectant largely employ? ed in the Listerian System. Guaiacol ? and other important medicinal agents | are also included in the Hyomei formula, | which, without doubt, is the greatest j destroyer of catarrh germs the world ! has ever known. Hyomei is apowerful penetrating an ' tiseptic that is pleasant to use. It does I not contain a particle of cocaine, opium or any habit-forming or injurious drug. 1 No dosing the stomach when you ure Hyomei. Just breathe it in through the small inhaler that comes with eren out? fit- Sold by leading druggists every? where and in Fredericksburg by Gool? rick's Pharmacy. |J.0U for complete autftt,_ MI-O-NA Cures indigestion It relieves stomach misery, soar atom ach, belching, and cures all stomach dis? ease or money back. Large box of tab Ute 60 wate. Druggists la all tosma. <?BS!*r The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar akingPowdcK Absolutely Puriv 7 FOURTEEN ARRESTED ON ONE CHARGE Mrs.Henry Skinner had 14 young men and Ixiys arrested and brought before Justice Dannehl Wednesday charged with assaulting her son, Henry Skinner, Sunday night and attempting to throw him in the canaL The evidence showed that they ?pars only playing with the boy and two of the fourteen were made to pay the costs of $1.70. They were wan,od not to play with him any more. Spices Buy your Spices now. We sell the Finest, Purest, Spiciest Spices sold. Mace, Cloves, Cinnamon, Allspce.Cream Tartar, anl BlacK Pepper. M.M. LEWIS The REXALL Drug Store. ENGINE AND SAW MILLS BARGAINS, 1 No. 2 American Saw Mill, 2nd hand. 1 No. 1 Geiser Saw Mill, rebuilt. 3 No. .'5 Farquhar Head Blocks. 1 No. ?"> Farquhar Saw Mill. 1 tMI. P. Hubcr Portable Engine. 1 6-H. P. Cooper 1 12-H. P. McVicker Gasoline Engine. Large lot second hand Inserted Tooth Saw-, some as good as new. Also new Inserted Tooth Saws, Ihn' & Simonds. Bowering Saw Mill F'ceds. Saw Tables, Lath Sawing Machines. I 2H-II.1'. Walertown Steam Engine, 80-H. P. Fire Box Boiler. Pulleys.Hang ers and Shafting, Belting, Packing.Oil, Grease, &<?. FRANK K. TYLER, KKJ4 Main St., Fredericksburg. Best By Test Our Pure Crabapple VINEGAR 4 years old. Also a full line 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, DOGGETT & SCOTT, 205 Commerce, 1002 Main Streets Phone 114. Take Notice! WOODS' MEAL Ih only packed in papei wacks Never sold loose. K. B. Botts ?I Co. 7^ re, Life and Accident rr.nurance Agent* Offiee 312 Commerce Street. Represents sixteen first-class com? panies. Rates low as the lowest, and losses prompte/ adjusted and paid. fiHiCHESTEi? S PILLS ? ??#__;?. 'rut. ai \ w-?M> iikAND. LaJl. ?t Aal. v?, Hr.irl.1 f < ? ?... b?.|.r\ Ilium??.] lira??1 filia In ?U?l ?n.l (.?14 t?UlSc> Uikm, w?>l T-ith Rlitt alabo?. Takt ?? ?4arr Haj ?f iMr v SranU A%?f.W-V|.CItV.s-TEB? DIAM?HI> r.K\N? ril.lJMo.?? yam kaowa at Bert. salcrf. Alwar? KaUaUt S01D BY OfttOtilSrS EVU?YVnMERti MMON B1RSH ? BBO.. Commerce St, Fredericksburg, Va. Dealers in all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, for which highest cash prices are paid. Choice stock of High Grade Family Groceries always on hand. SOCIAL EVENING AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The Ladies' Aid Society of the Prus- i byterian church met for a social evan* ing in the parlor of the church Tuesday night. There was a large attendance of the members and a most delightful evening was enjoyed. An informal musical program was rendered, solos being sung by Mrs. J. R. Rosebro, Miss Cordelia Rsuman and | Miss Kessie Belle (iammon. Substantial and delicious refresh? ments were served from the kitchen of the church, consisting of a varied menu ?if fried oysters, chicken, sandwiches, pickles, ice cream, cakes, coffee, Ac After a pleasant evening of social <ir> ! tercourse the society adjourned till tha j next regular business meeting. Among the out-of-town guests were Miss Withers, of AI.ing.lon; Miss Wil? liams, of Danville, and Miss Nicholson, or Warrenton. PUBLIC SALE S3 -OF SMALL FARM j situated near Summit, Va. i Pursuant to the direction of a decrat I entered November 1st, 1909, in Um j chancery cause of Charles Minor vs. Joseph Minor et a's, in the Circuit Court for Spotsylvania county, Vir ginia, I, the undersigned special eoav ] missioner, will sell at public auction, to I the.highest bidder, on Saturday, Dec. 4, 1909. at 12:.tO o'clock p. m. in front of tl auction house of N. B. Kinsey, in Fre ericksburg, Virginia, that certain pie or parcel of land, containing forty-fo acres, more or leu, situated in Spots; vania county, Virginia, about one ai one-half miles from Summit, Virgin! it being the same trad of land of wbi Joseph Minor died seized and possess* and which was purchased by the 81 Joseph Minor from Mrs. Marye. Terms of sale: All cash. For further particulars see tl undersigned. Alvin T. Embrey, Special Commisioner. In the Clerk's office of the Cirai court of the county of Spotsylvani Charles Minor.plaintitf, against Joeej Minor et al, defendants. I, T. A. Harris, clerk of said court,) certify that the bond required of tl Special Commissioner by the deem rendered in ?aid cause on the 90th <fa of October, 19011, has been duly give? Given under my hand as clerk of ? said court, this 2nd day of Novemee IMtL nriwiwl T. A. Harris, Clerk. STATE of Virginia, county of Spo sylvania?s. s. In the Clerk's o fice of the Circuit court of Spotsy vania county, Virginia, November 3ri 1909. Upon a bill filed in chan. iry t construe the will and settle the est?t of C. Cal linger, deceased, and upon I injunction order restraining the defeat ants nimed in said bill arid injunctM order from proceeding to foreclose b sale certain trust deeds in said bill m forth. Lucy A. Hair'op, in her ow right, as devisee and heir of Cyreuk Gallinger, and m administratrix, c. 1.1 of said Gallinger; John J. Haislo; plaintiffs, vs. Mary 1. Thompson aa Corbin Thompson, her husband; Jams P. Turnley, sheriff, administrator c Retta 0. Jackson, deceased; Jaras Jackman, Elmer Oliver, Eugene Oliver Charles Oliver, an infant over f.urte* years of age; Dora Oliver, an infan over fourteen years of age; Mary OB ver, an infant over fourteen years e age; Murt?n E. Church, trustee, Kat T. Browi. William M. Ellison, trusta? Raymond S. Dondaldson, Lee J. Graves truste,-. J. D. Pullism, T. Stokeler Coleman, trustee; Mary E. Smith, n ecu tri x E. W. Smith, deceased; P. W Coleman, trustee; Solon T. Com??**? Alvin T. Embrey, trustee; The Farm era and Merchants State Bank of Fred ericksburg, Virginia, a corporation dut? chartered and organized under the ?a*jj of the Sute of Virginia; A. T. Row? James R. Bawling?, executor of S. G Peyton, deceased, subject to the one*. of the Circuit court of Stafford county Virginia, in the chancery cause of Pey ton s executor vs. Peyton and others Daniel Lewis, defendants. And an affidavit having been filet that Daniel Lewis, Raymond S. Donald son; Kate T. Brown; Mary Oliver, Dora Oliver, Charles Oliver, Eugervt Oliver, Elmer Oliver, James Jackman, are non-residents of the State of Vlr ginia, they are hereby ordered to ap? pear here within fifteen days after da? publication hereof, and do what may t* necessary to protect their interest hi this suit; and it is further ordered thai a copy hereof be published once a weal for four successive weeks in The Prat Lance newspaper, a newspaper publish? ed in Fredencksburg, Virginia, and thai a copy hereof be posted at the front door of the courthouse of this court ou or before the next succeeding rule daf of this court. fsaataa T. A. Harris, Clark. Frederick W. Colaman, Alvin T. Em\ brey, p. q. A eopy-Tatta: T. A. Harris, Clerk. n6w4v Tha only kind of genios most pMgl have is for getting rid of money.