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FREDERICKSBURG. VA. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER I ONLY TRI-WEEKLY IN VIRGINIA I Covers aaarbr thirty counties in the First, Tbir J If ?nth and Eighth Cons-resaional Districts, ar * r<ws to subscribers at nearly 500 poatofficee. TRANSIENT RATES. 1 For any siae ad., 1 insertion. SGc. per'inch. Reading noticee, 10c. per nonpareil line, ftrat ii ?srti m. Se. per line for each subsequent one. Obituaries or relia-ious notices at eotartaii Meats, etc.. charred for at one-half rates. Letters recommending or advertisina candidat? tar ames must be paid for. AH communications of every character shoul be ad.irensed to Til? Kax? Lance. Frederick! kur?. Va. Subscription $1.50 Per Year, in Advanc SATTRDAY, NOVEMBER -T, 190 PURCHASE AT HOME \ . that the hoi i i lays are ap proaching and our pMpk must tun their attention to the purchase o: giHxIs made necessary by that seasoi of the year, it is not out of place t< urge everyone who lives in or ne? Fredericksburg to stand by his 01 "*?Te*h?*Ti.--UVwn by patronizing th? merchants who do business here Loyalty to our business men engager in the mercantile business is synoni' mous with loyalty to the town, be? cause their prosperity is that of tht town. Our stores in the last few jraan have been improved and beautified, stocks increased and everythingdone by the t.wners to me?'t the demands and requirement*-* of all the people. With these conditions existing there is neither reason or excuse for leav? ing Fredericksburg t?> purchase goods in Richmond, Washington or Baltimore. Nothing is so injurioas to the prosperity of a city as lack of support from the buying public, and we cannot call on others to buy at home unless we do so ourselves. As a matter of fact we believe that each year there is a decreasing tendency to make purchases away from home, but there are still some who indulge in this practice, and it is to these buyers that this editorial is address? ed. Let them join the large majori? ty of our people in spending their money at home and good results are bound to follow. Fredericksburg is a cheap pla<re to buy in. much cheaper in fact than the larger cities; license expenses here are less, and yet the quality of the goods to be had here is as good as that to be obtained in these cities. Of course in some in? stances there may be need of buying some special article elsewhere, but generally speaking everything need? ed by our people can be obtained right at home. Remember this.then, when you do your shopping, and as you do the city will prosper propor? tionately. _ THE NEW HOTEL An efficient committee has been appointed to call on our citizens for subscription to the stock for the erec? tion of a new, up-to-date hotel. If there is one thing that conduces ti the prosperity of any city, it is a place where strangers and others can be accommodated,can find a home, can go to a hotel where they can find comfort and pleasure. The crying need of this city is such a place-an up-to-date, commodious hotel, with all the modern improve? ments and conveniences. We are auspiciously situated to invite within this city a large num? ber of traveling people, just mid? way between the capital of the Re? public and the capital of our own State. Besides Fredericksburg has historic associations and connections with the revolution and with the war between States. Tourists will come if they can get hotel accommo? dations of the modern kind. This locality is noted for its health fulness, for the hospitality of its peo? ple, for its historic connections, for its accessibility to all the world. We must have a new, modern hotel, and ?ve hope our people will subscribe for the stock to the new company about to be organized to erect such a hotel here. Subscribe as liberally as possible. Take some stock and thus insure the erection of such a hotel in Freder icksburg. COUNCILMAN COX ACQUITTED IN NEWPORT NEWS Police Justice Brown dismissed the charges of soliciting bribes against Councilman E. C. Cox, at Newport Newa, holding that the letter written by Cox to the Cleveland Trinidad Pav? ing Company, asking for employment as representative of the company and for $100 "expense money," was the product of "a foolish person boasting of his own importance. ' A's to the evidence of E. B. Demarest, general manager of the Cleveland Pav? ing Company, to the effect that Cox on two occasions solicited bribes from him, once for $1,600 and again for $1,000, "to keep the boys quiet" in reference to asphalt paving, the magistrate ruled that it was a question of veracity be? tween Cox and Bramly and that Cox was entitled to the benefit of the doubt. As the soliciting of a bribe is a mis? demeanor, the decision of the justice is final, the Commonwealth having nc right of an appeal. Two charges of violation of the elec? tion law are pending against Cox in the Corporation court. He was the Demo? cratic nominee for constable, and it is alleged that he agreed to pay two other candidates for the nomination to retire from the field in his favor. AGAINST CO-EDUCATION Baptists Will Abandon it in Richmond College. Debate in the Baptist General Associ? ation at Portsmouth showed the trend of sentiment in the association to be Btrongly in fsvor of abolition of co-edu? cation in the schools of the church. It will be abandoned in Richmond College, and the proposed new Woman's College will have no connection with that insti? tution save that tney shall be under the same trustas? The association adjourned to meet next year in First Baptist church, Roa ooke. REVOLT SPREADS IN NICARAGUA Revolutionists Are Maintaining an Effective Blockade. MORE FIGHTING IMMINENT State Department Receives Advices From Scene of Conflict by Wlrele??. Zelaya'? Excuse For Executing Two American? I? Unsatisfactory. Washington. Nov 20.?The n-volu tlon In Nicaragua is spreading. In the ??pinion of Captain Shipley, command er of UM I'nited States ?raiser Dos Moines, which is off the east ?oast ol Nicaragua. The revolutionary forces are reporte?! to be maintaining an ef? fective blockade and are patrolling off Greytown with two gunboats. As surance I? given that American and foreign Interests are being protected These are the Important facts con tained in a cablegram received at the navy department from the commander of the Des Moines at Port Llnion. On Nov. 23 the revolutionary gunt>oats nred on Greytown. but without ?fleet The revolutionary forces now have possession of the back country tkl Nicaragua, including Rama, where fighting Is likely to occur. An officei from the I>es Moines landed at <?'??> town, but found only one Anwriean citizen. Messages by Wireless. The state department was a.lvis.'d by the Western 1'nion Telegraph com pany that during the present inter ruption to the telegraph lines in Nica rasua and Costa Kica It is possible to handle some of the traffic by wireless via Colon, but that the s?Tvice is not continuous, and that there was no communication between Tuesday and Thursday. This accounts for the diffi? culty the department Is experien, in?; In Its efforts to reach its diplomatic and consular ofiicers at Central Amer ican ports. Renewed efforts ar?' being made to react these officers. That the explanation to be made by the Nitaraguan goverirnent of the conditions under which the two Amer ??ans Groce and Cannon, were execut? ed, as forecasted in the? news dis? patches tram Central America, ?ill be unsatisfactory to the state department, can safely be predicted From any point the official view is that the men ?TSTS free from the charge of being spies and were entitled to be regarded as prisoners of war. and therefore not subject to that penalty. Moreover, if they were captured In Costa Rica, as reported, the act was in clear violation of Cos?a Rican sov ereignty. and may easily lavoir? Costa Rica In war with the Zelayan govern ment if the American government turns to Costa Rica for redress. AMERICANS WfcRE TORTURED Cannon and Groce Were Prostrated From Cruelties. Panama. Nov 2?'..?Reports reached here that Messrs. Cannon and Groce. the Americans, over whose execution the United States government aDd LEROY CANNON. Presi.lt ni felajra, ??f Nicaragua, are on Um point m a conflict, warn torture?] with ?ill the cruelty and h?artl?ssn?ss of the Spanish Inquisition bcfor?- tbey we:?' -hof. I -her report i?? ??ri?ut tha* !'!? Ida?I /.?'laya Is ap prcl.?n:iv?' ov.-r Un? determined 8tan?l Ameiit-a tins takes In the matt'-r anil lnten'ls to resign rather than go rl.roii-h the < rlsis that now confront? him. Cana* ? an'i Oh*oea arara shut within tw?-nty lour hours after their capture ant while thtj wart wtak and almost prostrate from the crmelUea to which they had I>?"n subje? te?l. Soldiers are ?;ald to have ataklwd tli'in with hayo atas them with stiel.-, kicket! them, strung them up by the hands and put pistols at th< ir heads in order to fright? n them into telling what it was supposed tiiey knew about a rev? olution aimed to overthrow President Zelaya. A Xicaraguan revolutionist, who has Just arrived here from Bluefields. reports that Messrs. Cannon and Groce were taking bearing sights from s height In Costa Rican, and not Nlca raguan territory when they were cap? tured. They were with only three aol diers of the revolution when Zelaya's troops crossed the frontier and put them under arreat. Headquarters For All Kinds of Leather ?Sole Leather, Bids?, Strips and Blocks. either Hemlock or Oak. Flameu Leather, Belting and Lacing, all ?lies. Calf Skin* and Blacksmith Aproes. We don't handle anything bat the Input All guaranteed to give perfect s-tUlac tlon m to prto-a, etc. tf John G. Huriamp Co. J. W. ALLISON, Ja.'s, BULLETIN. FOR SALE Desirable home, nice residence, large lot on National Boulevard. A good building lot near R. F. & P. R. R. property, on Boulevard; cheap. Splendid six-room residence with stable and an extra lot on Cedar Lane; baigain. FOR RENT. itesirable residence near the Woolen Mill Three nice rooms near the depot. ENGINE FOR SALE 6 H. P. portable Farquhar steam en? gine in first class condition. For terms write or apply to A. F. Turner, Port Royal, Va. nlltf TEACHER WANTED First grade white teacher for Court land district, Spotsylvania. Pay $30. Address -T. L. Bullock, Summit, Vs. novft-lm _____________ DAIRY FARM FOR RENT A small dairy farm near Fredericks burg,stocked with cows.d livery wagon, cans, bottles, &c, for carrying on the business of selling milk. For further particulars apply to A. B. Yates, Fredericksburg, Va. n2612tn24slt ADVICE TO WOMEN A Message From a Famous Beauty Specialist to Women lacking in Energy and Vitality. Thousands of women vainly attempt to improve their complexion and to re? move blackheails, crows' feet anil other l)l?iniish?'s, through the use of cosmetics. This treatment tails because the trou ble lies far deeper than the skin. They are suffering from impure and impov erisheii blood. This conilition is in many cases due to a catarrhal condition of the whole system which t'unis its expression in sallow, nnuldy complexion, ?laik circled eyes, general weakness of the system, and perhaps m?>st plainly in tin weeping of mucous memhrams that la commonly called catarrh. In fact this whole tendency is prop? erly speaking. Catarrh. Banish tins catarrh, and the complexion will clear as if by magic, eyes will brighten, faces become rosy and shoultlers er?'ct. Per fect beauty goes only with p??rf?'ct health, and perfect health for women can only be obtained through one certain treatment that which will cure catarrh. Mme. Swift. New York, the famous beauty specialist known throughout the world and an uccepte?! authority on all relating thereto, states that the one positive and permanent relief for ca? bdal is Rexall Mucu-Tone. Here is her letter: "I can strongly eiulorse the claims made for Rexall Mucu Ton?? as a cure for systemtic catarrh. Its tonic effects are remarkable. It builds up the strength and restores vitality. If women who are tired and run down, lacking in energy anil vitality, will use Rexall Mucu-Tone, they will praise as 1 do ita strengthening and healing ?piali ties." Rexall Mucu-Tone works through the blood, acting thus upon the mucous cells?the congestion an?l inflammation of which causes local catarrh. This remedy causes poison to be expelled from the system, and the blotxl is purified and revitalized. Thus the natural func? tions of the mucous cells are restored, and the membranes are cleans?d and made strong. We know that Rexall Mucu-Tone does relieve catarrh. We positively guarantee to refund the money paid us for this remedy in every case where the user is dissatisfied. It M a builder of vigorous health anil a crea? tor of good complexions. Price 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle. Mail orden tilled. It may be obtained only at our store The Rexall Store. M. M. bawk\ Mam St, Fredericksburg, Va. BUli ED 1*11 Old Hem.it on Dtathb'ti Aakcd ij B? So Eqi r*t?r! When William l' led he was read] Gabriel's ho n. I?? ? taiagi and nu angel robe la t! h?? waa bw i? i LedaooM araa an old soldier an i ?? religious fanatic, an! for jreari h" had llviil a hermit life in th? he was near death he directed that h? be wrapped in a shroud to which wan to be sewed two big winirs. *.t the ?rave, after th? :'>in?-ral aer vices it was discovered that II were missing, an) his aon-ln-law <!?> layed th?' iiit?Mii?iit until Uli | replaced ? TJa, You want to be treated fairly I H and squarely and get goods **" at the LOWEST PRICES consistent with tiuality and you want quality, here is the place. Men's Crawford Shoes, all $4.00 styles, all leathers. Ladies' Ratcliffe Shoes, all fQ Eft styles.all leathers, $2.50 to.f J. JU Our Long Wear Shoe for men will give you the greatest satisfaction. Ball Band Rubber Boots you will find us right on, and our Rubberhide Boot is in a class to itself. It is the greatest boot in the world. Come in an exam? ine it. Ladies' Gun Metal Bluchers, very neat, flexible soles. Wortn $2.50 at f"-? fifi $2.25 and. jl.UU Little Gents' Warranted Sho< %. ft Or? Come in and see them.?JOu Boys'All leather Satin Cal. #1 Cfl Bluchers.} I.3U Old Ladies' Comfort Shoes, plain or tipped, handsewed CO 9*? process bottoms.?9Z.Z? Greatest Comfort Giver you can wear. Misses' Vici Kid all leather, $1.25 guarantee with every pair. All kinds of Shoes, and price? a little lower here. THOMAS, Shoer and Halt r AUCTION SALE Having sold my farm, I will sell at auction at the farm, "Kumford," in Stafford, " miles from the city, on December 9th, at 1 p. m., a lot of stock, farming im? plements, fowls, &c, as Ido not intend to do active farming hereafter. Every? thing will be sold without reserve. Stock?1 driving horse, 4 cows, 1 thor? oughbred Jersey bull, 1-ycar-old, from the Lewis stock ; 3 thoroughbred Po? land Chins sows, in pig due March 10; a lot of chickens and turkeys, about 50 bushels fine potatoes, some presaed mil? let and a few cornstalk?, 1 broadtread wagon, 1 single open buggy, 1 covered carriage, 1 one-horse cart, 1 drill with fertilizer and seeder attachment, 1 mower, 2 double and 2 single cultiva? tors, 2 harrows, 1 single com planter, 1 com sheller, some household goods and lot small tools. Terms of Sale*-All sums of $10 cash; above that 4 months without interest by giving negotiable notes. Dr. H. Harris. ?n27d2sn27 Gospel Meetings. REV. W. R. LECKLITER. I A series of gospel meetings will be ; held at Barea church, Spotsylvs : H., beginning on the fourth Sunday In November, 11 a. m. Services night at seven thirty [I'M) and saco night tliercuft-T lor ten days service begins Ht 7 o'clock, Preaching i at 7:80, Rev. W. \l. Lacalitar. t>f Baltimore, will preach at each service and i duet the meeting. This ?Till bs masting and all wnofainations are cor dially invitad to join lundi with Mr. Leckliter and work and pray for the sal in),'. SUM- I "Friends and Vi? I of \ni.ncan He roe.*. " "(i!,! Tims Religion." "The Knight of the Crimson Cross." "I lie I o.*t .Jesus. " ' The ( hnstian and Bit Lost Brother. " ti.m Heroism." ? t? .Jesus." "Thf Thoughts Troubled Hire. " "Is 'i i ers a Living God?" "Is Jesus the Onlv Saviour of the World "Is i : era a Heaven ami Hall?" "Will Jesi * Come Hack Again?" "Tha i i. ? -fable Question." "The I-rink That Quenches Thirst." "God's Lova Fora Perishing World. " n20-4t ?saaasssssssssssssa-?^ CAPITAL RESOURCES SURPLUS & PROFITS $50,000.00 Y400, ?00.00 $10,000.00 Constant Growth is Best Evidence of Satisfactory Banking_ Deposits June 21, 1906 $ 0,018.99 i Kirtl Day.) Deposits July 31, 1906.~~ ""$"40,608 09 _1 In ?<: M. >iit.h. i_ Deposits Dec. 31. 1906. $118-872.47 Deposits Dec. 31, 1907 ".... $243,40520 Deposits ?57c, 31, 1908. $270,178.78 Deposits Sept.l, 19?j9. $349.709.36 Last Statement to State Corporation Commission. Spar cent interest paid on savings accounts. ( ?intmcrcial ac? counts given every ??eromrnnaat?oi] jkiss?IiIc consistent with cons?'rvativ?' hanking. The Farmers & Merchants State Rank Frederick3.mrfr, Va M. G. WILLIS. PreaidenL JNO. F. GOUWHAit? J*., Cashier. Bank o|H'n on Sat unlays until.f.j?. m. 50 Suits 50 Suits JUST RECEIVED 50 Ladies' Suits DRUMMERS' SAMPLES ABOUT HALF REGULAD PRICE A SNAP TO QUICK BUYERS J. T. LOWERY & CO GO TO Isaac Hirsh & Son -FOR. Ladies* Tailored Suits,Cloaks and Furs, Millinerv. ? Sweaters for Ladies, Misses, Children tod Hoys, Separate Skirts and I WaisLs, Blankets and Flannels, Underwear fur all the family, Dreas Goods in all grades, the I'? st 60c All-Wool goods in the city. Table Linens, Counterpanes, Cotieta, Ready-ma?!?' Sheets, Pillow Cases and Bolster Cases. We ask your inspecti?>n and ?/uarantoe you the best ?juality at the Lowest Prfa ISAAC HIRSri<5_ SON 1 909 UNITED ? 8TATE? CREAM SEPARATOR represents 17 nan of boiled downbrainsand energy, with the experience of thousands of practical users. All the superior features of the different model U.S..Separator? manufactured in the past 17 years are centered In this i'^oo machine. The 1909 Model has a smaller and lighter bowl, making the U. S. run easier than ever before and yet retain their great milk capacity. 'Ihr l'. S. c ?Jiitinnca to hold the World'sRecord forcleanskimminR, is strongest, most durable tod puts the most dollars into your pocket. That's why we want to talk with you an?l show you the U. S. Separator. You surely won't be without t' t'.S. when you examine it and I I r proposition. Let u*| ?how yuu. For Sal? by M. H. ' kaburg, Va. Rowe ami Co. LOCAL MARKETS. (Corrected by Simon Hirsh & Bro.) Wheat, $1.05 to $1.20; corn, 68 to 70; new corn, 60 to 65: meal, $1.75 to $1.85; oats, 50 to 55; old hens, live, 9 to 10; chicken?, 12 to 13; dressed, 12 to 14; eggs, SO to 31; lard.ll to 13; ?luck.*; lire, 8 to 10; dressed 12 to 13; turkeys, live, 15 to 16; drawn, 18 to 20; undrawn, 17 to 18; butter, 1 5 to 25; country hams, 15 W 18; Irish potatoes, 60 to 75; lambs, $2.50 to $4; hides, green, 9 to 11; dry salted, 10 to 12; dry hides, 10 to 14; cal? skins No. 1, $1.00 to $1.25; baled hay, $14 to $17 per ton; leaf sumac, 70 to 75 per 100; live hogs,61-4 to 61-2;beef,live weight, 3 to 4; pork, 8 to 8 1-2; wool, 28 to 30 per lb; veal, o 1-2 to 6; sweet j potatoes, 60 to 70. I Potomac. Fredericks burg and Piedmont Railroad Timr Tabi.i No. 15. In rlVct at 1 A. M. August 1. 1909. ' Daily Miles Daily except from except Sunday Fred- SUUona. Sunday. No. 1. burg. No. i. A. M. I.r. Ar. P. M. 8.0/1 Frerierlcksburc ?.20 8.10 6 Whites 104 8.20 (I Min? Road 16* 8.23 7 Kobys 2.M 8.29 9 ScreamervilU 2.48 ci. 10 Alrieli 146 Hi II Furnace ?M 140 1.1 ?rockroad 129: 148 14 Stephens 12? ' 9.00 18 Parker 2.11 : 9.08 20 New Hope 1.57 9.18 22 Tinder 1.46 9.28 24 Reynolds 1.86! 9.38 2? Verdiersrllle 1.26 148 28 La Fayette 1.18 10.03 SO Unton.llie 1.06 10.14 88 Naaons 12.60' 10.24 36 Tsylor 1140 10.40 38 Lv. Orange l.v. 1130 OinnrcUons at Fredrrieksburg with R.. F. * P R. R. and Maryland. Deuiwa- and Virginia Rail? way Co. At Orange with Southern R. R. and ?Chesapeake a Ohio It. R. The only line to the Chancellorsrllle and Wilder? ness Battlefield?. Eastern SUndard Tims. Dally except Sunday. M. MASTELLER. Superintendent Crowns and Bridge Work a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. Dr. J. Garnett King, ?PHTWT Office-9061-2 Main St. Fredericks burg. ?; QHICHESTER S PILLS W_--~. TIIK llMMOMt HUAMl. j. ?\\ a.-* < M- >.-???"? i?i?.~>?n-?^/A\ ?fcv -~fllj i ???-?. ?<*?>-1 ??* ai.? r.m.?. \7/ A** JF r?--'???."*-" ?* !-<*>i.s>f<ni. AI-*?r?Ks?>ar.hB ^-r SOID BY IWGfllSTS EVEJmWEitE FOB KENT At King George, a large snd well ap? pointed store room, under Junior Order Hall. For terms apply to H.H. Hunter. nlSllm. GOO Stoves direct from factory. Merchants, write for prices on pipe and dbowfc. Lartfest size Australin Hlankets, $2.50 pair. Iron Heds. Carnets and Rui/s. HOLIDAY OPENING I J j Two Floors Loaded With Goods j ; j ! a ge Book Display. 9 B mutiful Christy and Gift Book. ? Big Values For Boys and Girls. " strongest Juvenile Line. I Toys and D0II4S. Beauliful Line of D'Ile. Latest Novelties in Toys. Billiken Dolls, the '09 Rage. Airships and Aeroplanes Games of All Kinds. Calendars of Every Kind. everybody Invited aR. A. Kishpaugh's Stationery.! & ,h St a Pa avc THE BUSY COR.NER WASHIINQTOIN, D. C. SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS WITH A REQUEST FOR OuMW and 1910 Holiday Book C?tala Our im aid 1910 Holiday Toy Catalog -Or for both if you desire them. Let us have your request at once as the issues of these two catalogues are limited and will probably soon be exhausted. This Noteworthy SILK BARGAIN Compels Your Interest and. Atten? tion. $1.25 All Silk Satin Rajah Special price a yard ... Colors are: Olive Satin Rajah. Artichoke Satin Rajah, Tan Satin Rajah, National Satin Rajah, Old Rose Satin Rajah, Wine Satin Rajah, Wisteria Satin Rajah, Sapphire Satin Rajah, Old Blue Satin Rajah, Brown Satin Rajah, Navy Blue Satin Rajah, Pink Satin Rajah, Lavender Satin Rajah, White Satin Rajah. This particular weave in the quality we quote has never before been offered at so low a price. It is 24 inches wide, and excellently well adapted to the making of one-piece costumes, two-piece suits, as well as separate coats. SEND FOR SAMPLES mA\%^m^mmiW^v^^^&m^^ RICHMOND. FREDERICKSBURG AND PO? TOMAC R. R No??lhwaxd-Leava dally ?ill. ?-.26. 6:? local 7.06, 721, 10:29 local a. m ; 1:28, ?:? local, 7.01, 10:09 p. m 8oa?Jiwai_--Leave 6:60 a m dally. A C L train; 6:00 a m week day?, local; 9:18 a. m daily, local. 11:32 a. m daily. 8. A. L train; IM p- m daily, faat train for Richmond; 6:86 p m daily, A C L train; lit p m daily. S A I. train; 7 <* p. m dsily. local; 8:6? jp. m daily. S A I. train, 1141 p m daily, A. C L train. Local from Richmond arrives 4:00 p m week Local from Washington arrives 6:49 p. m daily Arrivals and departures not lus?j? teed. W. P. Taylor. TrsAe Uanacsr. C C. Cos. Ajrent. You can obtain any quantity of Ladies' Sweater Goats and Gents' and Boy's Sweaters -AT Dempjey's Store,215 Commerce St A. 8, Bom $ Co Fire, Life and Accidem Insurance Ag-enti Office 312 Commerce Street I Represents sixteen first-class com? panies. Rates low ss the lowest, and losses promptly actuated snd paid. WHEN IN DEMPSEY'8 STORE it will pay you to go through the SHOE ANO Underwear Department This is entirely separate from dry goods A P. DEMP8EY. 212 Commerce street, Fredericks 'g, Va. NOW ON AT IJohnstoi & Pearson Prescription Pharmacy 1st Prize, $5 in Gold 2nd Prize, $2.50 in Gol J LSee Window | L_J Common n fi I C 17 For HoHow tsKILK ** Vulcan Fire Brick Co. Baltimore, Md Works, Wilmont Wharf, Rappa hannock River, Va. | Bricks! Bricks ! ? B???t grades of all kinds, made ! and bumed in Frederick?lnirg. | Send your orders to E. D. ?Cole, Sole Agent, or to Fredericksbar* Brick Co. Phone 15 or 276. ! Local delivery or F. O. B. can or steam ?boat X '26 Main Street X The above number is over the door of the store that has a large stock Dry Goods, Notions and Ready-to-Wear Garments at prices you want to pay. We mention a few items?all good, new goods. ? We have a large assortment of Ladies' and Children'sCoata all prices We have the largest and best stock of Wool Dress Goods in town at 20c and 50c. We have full line Blankets, Comforts, White Spreads, Lap Robes. We have everything in Knit Goods?Shawls, Fascinators, Hoods, Skirts, Leggings and Underwear. We have just what you need in FURS?Single pieces and Beta ta match. We have large stock Ready-to-Wear Garments, Skirts, Wtmp?tn, Dressing Sacques, Kimonas, Aprons, etc. We have a great variety Outings, Flannelettes, Cantons, Ginghams, Flannel?, Percales, etc. _^^ We are agents for the Thompson's Glove Fitting Corset. We sell all Toilet and Laundry Soap at CUT PRICES. We have the Coat Sweaters that you need, all colors and sizes. We have Kid Gloves, Heavy Leather Gloves, and Knit Gloves for Men, Women and Children. We are agents for the May Mant?n Patterns.all 10c each; by mail 12c We have a department for Men's and Boys' Goods?Pants, Overalls, Oil Clothing, Overcoats, Work Coats, Dress Shirts, Work Shirts, Sweaters. We make a specialty of Boys' Knee Pants._ We have a large Trunk Department; in this line we excel; all style Trunks, Suit Cases, and Handbags. _ We have all the small things you need before Christmas. We have the latch-string on the outside for you. COME IN. A. H. WALLACE Phone 80 Fredericksburg, Va. You Go To Dempoey's For DRY GOODS THE STORE OF VALUES 212 Commerce St Blanket,, Comfort?. Fun ft Fur Sell at THE STORE OF VALUES A. P. DEMPSEY, 212 Commerc? St., l-Ywiarickiburg-.Va. SEE DEMPSEY8 Dress Goods ud Silk Department before purchasing your FALL DRESS 212 Commerce Street You Will Find a Large Assort? ment of Ladies' Coats and Goat Suits -AT Demos ty'i Stere,212 Commette ft.