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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial &nd Manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
??7T?-"-??Tr ^V.r?v.^^r.^r7r."v?7. "rTl--. .-73_-~:~Z~ - PRICE, 3 CENTS Does not Color the Hair AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Stoppt Falllnfc rialr An Clegunt Dressing Derstroys l> uitlruff Makes Hair Grow Composed ot Sulphur, i.iie.iin. Quinin. SsdsssS Chlorid, Capsicum. Sage, Alcohol, Water, Perfume. Ask your J?Kt.,r Ins opinion of such a hair preparation. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the Hair MATTING. 10,000 yards of New Matting. Direct im? portations. The price tempted us and we bouiibt too much. To unload we have cut the price right in the beginning of the season. Some beautiful new designs. The highest grade goods ever shown on this market. 10c yd for all 15c grades 15c yd for all 20c grades 18c yd for all 22c grades 20c yd for all 25c grades 25c yd for all 35c grades All Rugs and Art Squares at Cost. E. C. NINDE CAPITAL RESOURCES SURPLIS & PROFITS $50.000.00 $460,000.00 $16,000.00 Constant Growth is Best Evidence of Satisfactory Banking_ Deposits June 21, 1906. $ 9,018.99 (Firet Day.) Deposits July 21, 1906. $ 40.608.09 _( Kirnt Month, i_ Deposits Doc. 31. 1906 $118.872 47 Deposits Dec. 31, 1907. $243,402."2? Deposits Dec. 31, 1908 ."$270,178.78 Deposits Dec. 31, 1909 $369,761.84 Deposits Jan. 31, 1910. $394,087.22 Last Statement to Statt' ( or[x>rat?nn t'?Immission. :' pea cvnt interest paid on savings account-?*. Commercial ac? counts given ?-very accommodation possible consistent with conservative hanking. The Farmers & Merchants State Bank Fredericksburg, Va. M. G. WILLIS, President. JNO. F. GOULDMAN. Jr., Cashier. Bank open on Saturdays until 6 p. ni. Val Dannehl FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS KDANNJEHL? -v- MtH Repair Work a specialty. Mill Supplies, Castings, etc. Phone 191, Fr?*dericksburg, Va. Do You Realize It? Do you realize that through tiie systematic saving of even trifling amounts you may soon become independent? Do you realize that the Planters National Bank is an ideal bank for just such savings? Do you realize that this institution is under the careful and watcaful management of men who have made banking a life long study* lndee?l-the Savings Department of the Planters National Bank offers every helpful aid to those whose aim is to possess a growing bank account. Our little booklet "Banking by Mail" is wonderfully interesting and it's FREE. A perusal of it may place you on the straight road to futuro wealth. Send for it today ! Planters National Bank, ^?? JE"* CAPITAL, $300,000 00. Surplus and I'?.divided Profit?. $1,250,000.01? MEMORIAL EXERCISES Portrait of Miss Nannie Judson (?union I'nvriled at Baptist S. S. A very beautiful service w.i? held in tks primary ?lailiaillltasil ?if lbs Baptist Sunilay S?-lneol Sunelay morning in lueiinr e.f Miss Nannie Judson Gordon, who was the teacher of this department from 1H79 to 1>W. Th.- nnrasinii .?.?* th<- unveiling of a handsome' jiortrait "f tins lady. I'rof. A. II. Howe-ring pre-sideel at tin* service ami ?'Hrri??<l the program through with much Rraes end anea. After tas invocation by lbs pasten-. Bai K. A. Williams, the portrait uns untreUsd by Mr. M 6. Willi*. Ji . a nephew of Miss ('union. A song by the primary department ??nil tlii'ii an address by Pi*of. Howcring. This was a U-autiful tribute to Miss Gssdon, coached la I maim? an ! spoken srlth gnat feeling ami tenderne.*.. Dr. Ihinaway tlii'ii delivered an address on Miss Gordon :n her relation lei tlii' ?-horch and Til.- iimteer was bet pastor ai.d it was touching to listen to his gracious and strong tribute t. wlmm as elaiine'el a* ? model church mendier. It was very ?'?. ule-nt to the wntir at tacas wiini* that Miss Gordon hasmadr a lasting and peewerf'il impression upon ihii.e- win. had in.-i committed t? ? mi charge, as we'ii as tboao with whom aba hail 1h'?-ii associated in work. Many fri?'inl? gathi-reel in the |>n mary room, the number being hmit?'?l : the room, and when Um ?.Kir'.rait was unveiled it amused a llixxl of procloos tiii'inorie-s in the-ir ami not many ??yes were- '?ry. Alto gethe-r the ii.'iasi.in was I rasa us well as a beautiful one', anel il sraS du?' to the gracious h adsrship at tin* pr?s? ut ae-t-eimplishe??!. unselfish anil m defatigable teacher of tbia department. MISS I.iz?.i?' !.. Proctor. ThS primary department of tin tisi school is in a flourishing condition, numbering nearly MO OB its nil with a large regular attendance. Miss Proctor has a large corps of splendid assistants. Mr*, .la*. 1 Mi-. 1). W. S.'eitt. Mrs. T .1. : veiyn N'imie. Mis* Nannie land, Miss Mary Cbaals***, with Mrs. Usais I.. Courtney as secn-tui . Miss Cora I,ee ('oie as organist. After a tend?-r anil iweaol sol by Miss Alice Cole.entitled "The Home of the Soul." the bonedi. tion was pro nnunce?! by the pastor. COMMOTION AT OPERA HOUSE Kxiiti'mcnt Was I'iiusiil at the Opera House Saturday night about '.' o'clock ?luring the moving picture performance. Ihe house' was cmwiU'il. when a large \..iui'ii' of smoke came from the side door to the right of tbs stage am! there WBS a general rush for the- (HMrs. Some? one cried lin-, which incrcaseei the >-\ citement. Miss Eleaneir Hughlett. pianist, wisely kept e>r, playing, which liad a tendency to ?pnet the crowd. Se'ine of the- . .?lier heaels am.. that there was no ?langer. During the ?i ite'ment a lady fainteel anil it was some time before tin' doctors ?emld bring her around. No SOS was hurt. The smoke was caused by slectric wires lieing crossed. WANTED A FREE RIDE Matthew William Dos? was arrested here Feb. :i, ?-OH. by Chief Robinson as a deseiter off I'. S. S. Tacoma. sta tieineel at Hampton Reiaels. Doss, while here, stated that his wife' hail died in Washington by poisoning. He was re? turned to the navy in Washington ami served seven months. He then left the navy and went to Chicago, where he gave himself up to the authorities there and stated that he poisoned his wife. It was reporteii t?i the Washing? ton authorities and they invest igateei the matter. Doss afterwards denied that he hail iioisoned his wife and stated that he made the statement simply to get a free ride back to Wash? ington. AT THE METHODIST CHURCH The first iiuarterly conference of the I" "lUlTTll church was he! I in the lec? ture room Satuntay evening al 8 o'clock, Rev. Dr. F. .1. Prettyman.pr? siding elder of the district, presiding. The church at Freilericksburg is in a prosperous condition and all depart? ments of work in splendid shape. From lir.'Miit imlicalioiis this conferem-eyear, just begun, will be a most successful one. Dr. Prettyman preached at the 11 o'clock service Sunday' m?irning, and the pastor. Rev. John R.Jacobs.proaeli e?l at the evening service. The congre gstion at each service was larg?' and appreciative. PAY PENSIONS NEXT MONTH Beginning about May 1, the State will pay out about $140,(100 of pension money. A little over half of this will go to the old list of pensioner?, includ? ing wounded soldiers and widows of men who died in service under the act of 18KK The balance to be paid out will he under the emergency act passeil by the recent legislature, when ?f>!"i. 000 was appropriated to pay |eensions for l?30i?, which could not be settled be? cause of lack of sufficient funds. Pensioners under other acts than that of 188ft will be paid later. PRESENTED WITH GOLD WATCH Mr. (ieo. Hassan, an Assyrian, who is now a naturalized citizen of the United States and engaged in business in this city, has presented to Evangel? ist G?o. A. Mills a handsome gold watch, Elgin make, in recognition and appreciation of his services in connec? tion with the People's Mission church snd charity work in the city. The watch was formally presented at the Mission Sunday afternoon by Rev. R. A. Williams and was accepted in a feeling manner by Mr. Mills. Mr. Mills is very proud of the token. EARLY RHUBARB Mr. John W. Allison. Jr., brought to our office Monday some of the finest rhubarb we have seen, especially so early in the season. He ?sys he thinks he has Stafford beat on it. Founder's Day at the University of Virginia, fixed for April IS, has been postponed for on* yesr because of ina? bility of speakers to attend. MRS WEST ILL StalTV.nl ('. II . Vs.. April 11. Win. II. W.-st ha? been vary sick at her reoidenn, near old A?|ui:i church, for tin* past week with heart trouble. She is betas; att?*nil???l hv Dr. Sfieed. Mr. and Mrs. West lia?. marri<-il nearly SO years and have the thy of the whole community in their at'?u-tiori. Mr. W?*st was a gallant aohlier, a m.'inlK-r of t'o. I, 47th Va. Infantry, i igfat arm at (???ttyshur?'. Scribbler. DEAR LADIES It's I'arisian Sage Thai Makes That <>(h?*r Woman's flair -o lu*? itrhingly l.u.trous. When me ?ay tliat I'arisian Sag.- i* the most wonderful hair tonir, dressing anil benutifter known to maiikinil we are ?imply stating a fact thai you ?-an easily large SO cent bottle toda**; one it for two weeks, if it isn't the inn-' delightful and refresh-UK t..nic\' anea; if it doeea'1 arree out dandruff. stop falling hair or Itching scalp you ran have you money hack. Mrs. Frunci?? Kogl. Il W Jetteainine St.. St. I'aul. Minn., on Nov. P.. ISO?. wrote "1 have Mad a?rerai hair I but there is none that can compan* with I'arisian Fange. It ?tared tty falling hair and dandruff and it ?loes not only cure those tr (?ut it is th.- beat hair grower in the w?.rl?l. " I'arisian Sage is creating a sensation \M..-r.-ver introduced. It is not sticky Bay. It is in (rreat demand by women of superior taste and refinement who desire fascinating and luxuriant hair that never f.uls to compel admira? tion. Sohl by drtiggistji everywh?*r. and by ?ioolrick's Pharmacy. Mail lied, chargea prepaid. by Amer? ican maker?, ?iiroux M fir. Co.. Buffalo, N. 'i. BASEBALL -SCHOOL CLOSING Garrisonville. Va.. April 11. The l'nion scliiHil boys defeat???! the > r -i hool boys m a game ?>f bnaa ball Friday, April 8, by a ?core of 10to t. Itoth ??ides played good ball for the lirst frame of th.- season. Th?* wind has caused many farni.-r to stop their plows. Mrs. Kate (?ill clos?*d her school Fri? da.*? night in the Jr. O. I'. A. M. hall at ?'arrisonvillc. ending a term of si\ months. There was a iiig crow?! Oft eut lo bear and see the children. ?;. F. v. THEY MAKE YOU BELIEVE Heraus?** They Prove All Th?*y Claim. There is no room for doubt win n so ?UM] |H-opl<* of goo! standing are anxious to tell their friends of the great goo.1 r?'ceiv?'d from the us?? of Root .Tune. At this point many have been cured, or greatly benefit???!, of rheuma tism. catarrh, indigestion, female weak? ness or s<ini?* liver, kidney or stomach trouble. No wonder one friend is often heard advising another to try Root Juice. If you bloat or belch, if food lays heavily on the stomach and pains. if what you eat does not give you strength, if you have swimming of the head, if you are nervous and your entire system is run down, if you are restless at night and feel as tired in the morn? ing as you did when you went to bed, be governed by the experience of others ami go to the drug store, get a bottle of Hoot Juice and take it exactly ac? cording to directions. We predict that before you have used one bottle you will lie advising your sick friends to get some of this wonderful medicine, for H?- .t Juice always prove? all that is claim<?d for it. One dollar a bottle or Ihrer bottles for two dollar?? and a half at ?roolrii k's drug store. '1 he Baptist Church at Rapidan now ander construction, when finished will be an attractive building, and will stand as a monument to the energy and zeal of the pastor, Kev. S. W. Coie, and the liberality of the good people of the ni-ighborhofxl. ?Culpeper Enterprise. Children Teething Mks. Wanaara - Soothing Srat'r haa b?*n uaod to* oowt riFTY VKAKM by MILLION?! of MOTIIr'RS for ?hoir CHILDRKN WHIM* rKKTHINl!. with PKIO'KlT SIHITESS. It SOOTHES th? < IIIl.I?. SOFTENS th? ?iUMS. Al.l.AYSall I'AIN: CURES WINK C'lll.lC. and ia th? brat r?m?dy far DIAKKHlKA. Sold by l>ruirir?!?t? in ?v.rv part of th? world. Be Mir? and auk for Mrs. VS'in.low ? S.?.?l.ing Syrup." and tak? no other kind. Twenty-nv. cent? a bottle. ol2wlyr To Wm. A. Little, Jr., and to all (?ersons interested: At a delinquent tax sale held in the city of Fredericksburg on December ISth. l'.nrj, for taxe? returned delinouent for the year 1901, the undersigned be-1 came purchaser of two lots, viz. : Nos. I 20 and 22. in block 19, of the map and ? plot of the F.edericksburg Develop- ' ment Company made by Von Schon & Gamer, and of record in the Clerk's of? fice of the Corporation court of Fred ericksburg. said lots being situated in Fr<*i!?-ricksburg. Virginia, paying there? on the amount bid at said sale, and having subsequently paid thereon all taxes and levies subsequently accruing thereon. You will please take notice of said sale and that on Monday, June 27th. 1910, I shall obtain from the Clerk of the ?Corporation ?Court of Fredericks burg a deed, or dt*eds, conveying unto me the aforesaid lots Nos. 20 and 22 in Block 19, of the map and plot of the Fredericksburg Development Company aforesaid, as above set forth. Very truly, Alvin T. Rowe. Alvin T. Embrey, Atty. j27wtj27 Colored Post Cards Free Not Cheup Trash, But 10 Beauti? ful Ones. In order to introduce Spare Moments Family Magazine in this vicinity we will send it to any reader of The Free Lam-?* four months for 10 cents and we will give you absolutely free 10 beautiful ?old or colored Springtime, Floral or Friendship cards, which you could not buy at retail for less than 2?) cents. Write immediately enclosing 10c stamps or silver to Spare Moments Magazine Dept., 328, RochesUr. N. Y ImarS-r-tf LETTER FROM BARBOURSVILLE Harbours, i:. Va., \; ni 11th. 1!?H>. Mr. Alan Gravea, traveltmg i..i the Men bants ami Miners (?.illation in.. ..f Baltimore, ?|?"iit Sun day at Ins huii..' beta. He is a jeilly. prosperous young man and .\ ? that he will siHin weil one of Kreder icksburg's fair, accomplished daught? rs. Or. (has. .1 Hill, ot Orange, preach f.l his ipiarterl. -niiim at liarlxmrs ville Pn'sbvtenan church Sunday, whieh was enjoye'el by a larg?' congregation. Mr. Perry . e.f Washington. s|>?'iit Suiulay at Mr. R. I'. Marshall's. Mr. John Rudelle, ?if New York, is .spending some time at "Crasaaere." The l,adics' Auxiliary et the BpiSCO pal church was ? rgani/.ed Saturday. There' were thirteen members present. Mr* .l.hii Ruddle was chosen pre and Mrs. Tho.?. H. Kllis. secretary and trs asurar. Mr. Robcrl Newman, of Alsxartdria, spent Sunday here. While Mr. '.V. C. McGinnis*. ..f Washington, ami Miss Virginia Robe-y wete driving in Orange a few days ago, an automobile saddenr/ appro bed, frightening the horas badly. People to the stre.ls. but Mr. Mi*? I. managed the horse very skilfully. The graeleel school of Barboursville. taught by Mrs. Mundy ami Mi** will ei.e*e soon with ?'ummonccnieiit e-\ Mr .Inliii I.uddle has purchase 1 a vi'rv I.an ?-."Ule runaleeiiil. - Nancy Psarsoa and Virginia Robe) We re I ?rang?? visitors Thur*day HOW'S THIS' We offer Orte Hundr.-ei Dollar* Re ward fe.r any case of Catarrh that can Oat I.ore.i bj Hall's Catarrh Cure. K. J. Chen, y \- Co . Toli-do. ( >. We, the undersigned, hav<- known K. .1. Cheney for the las? 16 yi-ars. and be li?'\e Man perfectly hemi.ral.li' in nil bus 11.?.--.- transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding. Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toltsdo. O. Hall's Catarrh Curt? is taken inter? nally, acting (ttreetly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Ti'stimiii.'.als sent fr?-e. Pries 7 per hot lb'. Sold bv all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for ?ousti patieui. Bargains in Sawmill Machinery. T.wnt.-inch Planer un?! Miiu-ln'i, very little use?!; also Pony atoan, n??:irly new. In II. I'. Geiser Tiactinn Kngin?'. 10 H. I*. Frick Traction Kngin?-. 1" 11. P. Alanei Gasoline Kngine ami Grist Mill, complets-. ? \ H. P. Upright Gasolin?' Kngine'. Hi H. I'. Krick P.irtabl.? Kngin?? 6 II. P. IluU-r Portable Kngin.'. Jtl H. P, Frick Portable, rebuilt. V2 II. P. Fiick Portable Kngine anil Saw mill, i'oiiipli't?'. eSeven? gixnl Stwoml-hand S?iw mill.s. FRANK K. TYLER. Potomac, Fredoricke burg and Piodmont Hallroad Daily Mil.? ?eeejl Snmi-y ?rum ?r-.l hUlkma. (LUI ??'re.hTeVkst-.ir?' ?J? ?Mu i Whlu. 1.04 S.? t Min. ?toad Z.M S.23 I Ruby. IM s ."? S .?.en-an.*--, ?o? I is Ul 10 A ?rich ?.46 S.36 11 ?urnai? Z.SS - ? IS Hrorkraad Z.tS s?.-, 14 Bi.si.au J H u.i?t IK Parker ?.IK :1' Naw Hon. 1.67 41.1* Si Tind? 1.45 Ma M Rcyn.4ds l.X? ?.SX M V?rdl?i?rdb> 1.26 S.4K SI La Paywtt. I.IS 10.08 SO Union Till. 1.0S ln.14 SS Naaons Vl.Ui 10.24 SS Taylor 12.40 10.40 SB I,.. Oran.*. I.?. 12.S0 Connesctiona St Frodrrickabura; with R.. ??'. a P K. K. and Maryland. l)?law?r?and Virginia Rail? way Co. At Oran?, with Southern R. R. and Oi-aap?.k* A Ohio R. R. Ths only line to th. ?Jhaneellot-nrlll? and Wild? nsss Batla-fWlda. - ' Eastern -Standard Time?. Pally .ar.pl Sunday, i M. ?SA8TELJ.tK. Suimintandatnt R Northward- L?T. daily 6:11. et:2o. ?42 lierai. 71*. 8:46, 10-28 local, a- m ; 12a. ?:S0 local, 7.01. 10:0?p. m. S.meJiwa-xl-L?*-.S:50.m dairy, A C I. train. *???. a en wespk daya, local; Pat a m daily, local: 11:32. na. dally. 8. A. U train; 1:1-1 p m eUily. fast train for Richmond: 6-34 p m dally. A C L- train: 6:5? p. m dl ?y. S- A 1. train; Ml P. m dally, local; fc&S p m. daily, S A. L train; 11:31 p m. daily. A. C L train. l?>sl friera Richmond arrive?? 4:1". p m weaak Local (rom Washington arriva? 1:00 p m daily. Arrival, and dsparturea not ruarsiiUaad. W. P. Taylor. Trafllc Manas?. C. C. O?s. A??-n?_ Bricks! Bricks! Best grades o? sil kinds, msde and burned in Fredericksburg. Send your orders to E D. t'oie, Sole Agent, or to Fredertcksborg Brick Co. Phone 16 or 275. Local delivery or F. O. B, cars or steamboat. ZELL'S FERTILIZERS. Special Freparation-i for Po? tatoes, Cabbage, Tomatoes, Pickles, Tobacco, and all ?ither crops. Original Peru? vian (iuano, guarantee?! an? alysis 10-5-2. Farm seeeds of all kinds. Agents tor Bissell Wagons ami Fri?k Machinery. C.H. Montgomery & Co. Used the World over No other article of human food has ever received such em? phatic commendation for parity, usefulness and whole? someness from the most eminent authorities. POWDEBj Royal has always received the highest award when M exhibited or tested in competition ?aan\\\ t*~"!*?f?ea*"*? r-'.r?. t-?x&tlSR W&Sg?zA?Bte!'2;?~ ?S-aiaWl*?*?- v.-i-ltr-.-??.. .,**Sunday ?School Institute,?^ CONDUCTED B. REV. JOSEPH T. WATTS, Sunday School Secretary Baptist State Mission Board BAPTIST CHURCH, FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA. April 17, 18, 19, 1910. All Sunday School Workers and Friends Cordially Invited. >PROGRAM..< J* * JA Sunday, April 17, 1910. II., M.K?i-1 Sunday S.h.K.1 S. ???..n. "Hiding the Hili!.-. \i Sumtay School." M S.-iiii.ii. "Stirring Up tike Gift," Undar the auspices of th<* H. V, Monday, April 18, 19 JO. n ??i :!.:ki 5-00 . > :. h i 6 30 P. M . ??Tli.- CI,ii.I in ti,.- Midst IV M., ?i|K-ii ('?iiil'i'i-.-iir.*. P. M . Luncheon. P. M . Bong and Ptnyett Barviec M.P, M.. "PealingWith Early and Later Adolescents. " 9 I". P M . Opte O Tuesday, April 19, 1910. G ??i P. M . "Lesson Preparation ami Construction. " P M.. Open Conferenr??. ?'. H IV M . Luncheon. 7 Ml P. M.. Song and Prayer Service. -:??> P. M.. The Principle of the Teaching Art." I M., Opon Conference. ' "" P. M.. Closing Exercises of the Institute. At T.l.l there will be a special conference of superin t.nil.'iit? an.I other officers in the Pastor's Study. J* Jt NOTES. ? ??.tion Box" will be conducted by the Sunday School Secretary. Write your que.tions and place them ?in the ?1? ?'?,. All workers are requested to bring note books and pencil- lot the purpose of preserving important points. Th?* workers of all denominations will receive a cordial .ill the sessions of the Institute. ft Inn? lii-'in will be served each of the week-?lay even? ings, thus enabling busy men and women to attend all the ntiy. All the workers ar?> ra%fMana1 to register once, so that an accurate enrollment may be secureil. A Sunday School Exhibit will be an important feature et the Institut!?. The latest periodicals, books of tech niijue and paraphernalia may be seen. Flan to attend the Baptist Summer Enca*xii?jaaant. Virginia Beach, June 21-30. a Summer Training School and outing for Christian workers. Royal Swell, 34,892 Season 1910. ALLANDALE FARM, Fredericksborg, Va. Springtime ?a Here i ?*-?-S 2 ?m ABE RKADY WITH 2 Seed Oats, Clover,Timothy,Orehard Grass 5 2 Seed, Seed Potatoes, Seed Corn and Cow ? g Peas, Oliver Chilled Plows. Harrows, a % $ car load of Hoo?ier and Challenge Corn m at Drills. The Thornhill Malable Skein $ J Wagon, Walter A. Wood Mowers aid Hanes'ers. ? "5 Anything n?H-?J?'d l>y th?* farmer. All cheap for cash. Pinino 2V. 3 g Riawl?ngaS <& Son ^ Special Prices on Under Muslins J. T. Lowery & Company are offering unusual prices on Ladies' Muslin Underwear. These goods are a recent purchase and in? clude the latest approved styles for this spring, such as new de? signs in Corset Covers, Night Dresses, Drawers, "Combination Corset Covers and Drawers" and Princess Slips, all are well made and trimmed in a variety of styles, with Embroidery, Val and Torchon Laces. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY Hem lot of MILLINERY just opened. Expert trimmers. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. T. Lowery & Co. RI PANS. There is scarcely any condition of ill health that is not benefited by Ute occasional use of a RIPANS Tabule. For sale by druggists. The Five cant packet is enou??**? for an ordinary occa? sion. The ?*. ^-ipttle, 80 renta, ??orr tains a an' ? A. B. Bolts $ Co. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Agents Office 312 Commerce Stireet Keprosenta sixteen flrat-rlaaa eooi i panics. Rate, low as the toweat, and i toase, promptly adjust???! and paid. I ???i COMMONWEALTH of Virginia. In the Clerk 'a office of the Circuit court of the county of ?Caroline on the 4th day of April, 1910. Cary Fox, plaintiff, against Mary Eliza Fox, defendant. In chancery. The object at this suit is to obtain a divorce a vinculo ma tri mon i i by the said Cary Fox from the said Mary Eliza Fox. And art affidavit having been made and filed that the d?fendent, Mary Eliza Fox, is not a resident of the State of Virginia, it is ordered that abe do appear here within 15 days after due publication hereof, and do what may be necessary to protect her interest in this suit. And it is further ordered that a copy hereof be published once a week for four successive weeks in The Free Lance, a newspaper published in the city of Fredertcksburg, Va., and that a copy be posted at the front door of the court-huiise of this ?xiunty on or before the next succeeding rule day from the date hereof. Teste: E. R. Cochi?, CSsrk T. C. Valentine. Deputy ?Clerk. I). B. Powers, Jr., p. q. A Copy-Teat?: * T. C. Valentine, Deputy ?Clerk. aTlw4w Seed Potatoes. (Jet your seed from the farthest point north. Ours come from A~?xi*stook County. Maine, lo? cated in the extrem?? northern part of the ?nit*?? Subes and are the purest select???! seed. We hsve IRISH CX)BBLEJRS.HOUL TON EARLY ROSE. CROWN JEWELS, RED BUSS, aad all the popular varieties. Also a nice lot of ONION SETTS. Doggett& Scott SIMON HJBSS 0 BIO.. Commerce St, Fi*?VrK-l??bn.-g. Va, D?niera in all Moda ot COUNTBY PKODUOB? for which highest cash price* am poid, ?Jhosea ?toe? of Miffe Grnile Fan.Hy ?rac.ri.rs alwara on I and.