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The 1910 Spring Se?ason Is going to bra good one ? li DEMAND is already ?/????l ?n?l the prospects ar?? n.??t ?ral for buiklinjr an?l impr?vida a? <..<-r tin* country this year. M \ ?ER I ORGET that a new house ??rliarn. or an ?mpi..->?? use or Imrn. puts your money whore you ? m- tits i-vrr, ?lay anil rama where it i neniases tho actual valu.? of y?>ur [>r?>|?-rt> fur years t?i cum?-. ?GOOD ?MANAGERS art- taking a.lvantajre <>f the Ik?? to build sad improve. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM: ALWAYS REMEMBER that Mr ?stacks at LUMBER, SHINGLES. I.ATHS. LIMK. CEMENT, KLOORING. SHUN?.. CEIL! H. DOORS. HUNDS. M< ?I'l.DINGS. Mil.I WORK, ??:.?.. ai>-.-?I? et?*d with ?rn-at car?- as t.. th<? prados and booaht ?t the ??.west prim and ?.?an? ahl?- t'> five K''*?*?i ?rahMs ar ?pen! with US. It is ii.it what you buy for your money. It is what *i?>r f.yr for your nion.-y that entoata. W. A. ?M00T ? CO., Inc. | Cameron and Union Sirte ?-, Alexandria Va Spring Display at Timberlake's Dry (ioods More. ;.!a\ is now at its very U*st. Here an ? few items ?Id ileman?! >?>ur iinituiiiate attention We .-;.nt '?. see >?>?iin? ? r?. m..r<- ??ft. met .places 'Genuin.* ?Sayal l??.r,K Big lot of Un, ali kinds ami vari?os ?i .u ? .1 i i ?- .. ,.. wi.lths. valiu? ti|i t.> 12 I-Je; f ? loth, t ?ill yard wi.le. full 1_> yard .,]? ,,, ?H. ...;,*, .,, ,M.r v.,r,? .? , value $l.r?j0. s]H*cial Qfi? French Cambrics, full \ar.l|01r yOt? ?I,!,, tter v.ir.i. ** A 111-r*..*-?. per |.?ec??. \\ iile, ivr yard. We gteetajyou arith j.r.??. i senriee, *v?-dQ4r??wi1 I >a!?-1 with ?i. arable merchandise, a! low? I G. Frank TimberlakeJ Main Street, Market Corner. jcj?-*?3!?c?sc??c?b?tc*i?c???moo?*?c? <*?*cj?'<-*o*?c**?.?c??*o? Do You Use o Roofing Paper or o S Sheathing Paper? ? ?3, JjJ A?iam> sells ?Red ?Seal Bran?..the ?best Tarred Roof ? in?; in this market. His SheiUhing Tapers are the recognized standard. ?Prices are right. r Adams' Book Store. I s_ _ _j - A Wilson Heater - Will Save 40 Per Cent. Of Your Fuel Bill ? ? ? The (?lebrated Hot-Hl&at Dowu-Draft create? perfect combustion, the gase? and fume? (4'> per cent, of the heating p?ywur of w?>od-, ordinarily escapingunburuer. up the ehimn?^/ iu other stoves, are all corn-turned anri -*Krn?3d into heat in the WILSON. The Wilson i* ?the only h?ater in tiie world, which actually burns al! of fan fuel put in tu it The WILSON is air-tight. heat can be regulated to any degree, aad will hold tt Sre for 3<> hont? What you nttve ou fuel will pav f<-r a WILSON HEATER in one mao*. Murni v FOB SALE BY GEO W. HEFLIN. ?Prederlaksborg, V?. I_5_ 1. Pure Liquors If you are interested in the above you will send your orders to ?js.as we handle nothing but the best and purest. The following are a few of our special brands: Per Gal. Our Leader.$2 00 King of Ky. 2 00 Club XXX. 2 00 Farmers' Delight. 2 00 White ?Corn. 2 00 Per Gal. Daisy (white).$2 00 Hudson Canada Rye. 3 00 Emory Grove. 3 00 Buckwalter. 4 00 Jas. E. Pepper. 4 00 For a Pure Medicinal Whiskey you want OLD VICTOR, 4 full quarts $3.20, express prepaid. We make no charge'for jugs or packing. Strasburger Bros Wholesale and B?tail Liquor Dealers 119 Market Place. Baltimore, Md. Complete price list will b? aent upon application. COURT IN UPROAR Proof of Hyde's Innocence "Found' on Street. DRAMATIC StfNf fOUOWS Grand Jury Testimony Favorable to the Swope Murder Defendant Gets Into Lawyer's Hands Strangely. April si.- Attor nn of .!?? e?m? that ho bad In his pos , ? see I on papers containing not?*? ?at the ::v ,.r 1? 'A'allrr S. Haines, ?rnen before the grand Jury, which' sh??w-ed that in? cyanide at potassium' vt'i.? f?nrn?l In ?UM stomach of Colonel an?! that, there ?far a. th's parta? ?at that his ? i* ?it Da, n. c. iiyie. ?aal inn.?o?*nt. \'alsh sai.l a woman hau found the p.-.per? <>:?. the street The asser? tion followed a demand of th. Walsh t?i loll whether he hail1 in hi? possession papera belonging to the Btate. "I r-fuae to answ.r." shour? Walsh. Then brine In the Jury." s ' atshuw. striking the desk ?aitli Mr Wa'sh rnsheil forward to th?* and made the startling an r.'ent a? to what ? !. ? The order for the Jury to be re waa rescinded. .?n hollina papers lw>lon;in?r to the sta' tier than ? said th?r cour* Hold Proof of Innocence. Pointing ?toward the jail a?!jolning the criminal coat? balMIOft *?lr Walsh shout??!. ' Your honor. <1rj - lows"" Attorney I .iicss Interrupt?*?*,, and Mr Walsh tl'. 1 not fini?'. Pros- ? o Um conversation and ?aid: per? are retorne.?, m? ?a" "It is the i-roif ? ' that we hoi?! " hotly sai.'i Mr ' . ot th? guilt of tl Intermi ' ; Mne. '?Marshall tak? ? fendant." sai?l Judge l.s' Is ?hair. "! will look I matter." Before Jn4ge iJitshaw to explain ; "An ?- I in woman ha?' founil with tl n "T!ier. I* Matai ' m? client's With them in my ? might make a matt? that wo" - of an Inno'ent rr "I t.. man to tell . ? ? rs to my an aaalatial came I opened ?and I i ho papers I r? fused to answer " Intimate Perjury Pres.cutlon. "This is (he most s.-r: of ethics With wir to deal." aaiil Judi.** i have :-.it. Mr Walsh, that I: placed roar own ?if?* !i. return these r uU! not have beettatted a mluiru-" Th.- court then told Mr Walsh to return the papera to the eonrt ? attorney Waal to the bank them. Mr C?ool ng admitted th.? papers h? ?'n lost In tl??' I assistants Dr H.?:ii. .- woiilI ?? 1 Mr. Conkling. mat cyanide ?as found In Colonel Swope'a body. Attorneys for I'r My.!.- ?lerlared that In case Dr. Hain?>s took the stand and testified that cyanide ha.l be.n found they would prosecute him for perjury. Anthony J. Drex.l Pay. 91.76 For Tea and Eggs For Breakfaet. New Ytirk. April 21 - Even the rich are feeling the pinch of high price? these days. Anthony J. Drexel. the millionaire father-In law of Mrs. Marjorle Oould Dr?-xel. ?ho came here with his ?son, daughter and the latter's flanc?, to at ?. hi the Oould wedding, aali.d with his party on the I.usltanla. He wore a wry face t.ecauae of the high prices he had paid for everything during hi? short stay In New York, and d??cl*r?d that he believed the country was "go? ing to the bow-wows" on account of the "terrific cost of living.'' "Things seem to be going to tho bad In a hurry over here." said Mr. Drexel. "Why m? expenses since I bave been here bave been simply ripping "Do you know what I had to pay f??i Just a simple breakfast?two egjs and a cup of tea--at my hot-H' Ex actly $171. Outrageous, wasn't It? Is ?-?.rything here Just going Ilk. that?" Mr Diuxel waa assured that things did cost a gcrod deal In America Jus, now. W.-ll. Il s n?>thlng like that on the other side. This country Is just going to thy bow wows, that's all. Imagine $1 "*? for two eggs and a cup of tea? Why that's a man's tr?ges for a day's work"_ ?obn F Scott. HARDWARE AND HARDWARE SPECIALTIES. Main St., One door below Chas. Wal? lace & Bro. Full line of General Hardware. Barb Wire, Guns Pistols, Razors, Knives, etc., will be sold at reduced prices to suit the times, Money can be saved by purchasing at Scott's hardware store. Take INotice! WOODS' MEAL Is only packed in paper Backs. Never sold loose. BEST FOR THE BOWELS i?. m?.m.nt at aSa .?II ?W. Xmeraar I *., t. ?>>.? . ? CAT 'ENI LIKE CANDY mwtrmmt Smmamt ?**??? ??!. Camama txr Mow Ttw?. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I Maryland, Delaware ?ft Virginia Railway Co. i Sckfek k Lf?cci ?trcfc 15. \*t* Fahim??-?, rageai?--.<k. ??? w? krtiiir 1-iKkt Stiert. ,nikn ? ' ??day tra.tifmva. tari ' ?rtlinocr? Wadmea I I. Mill . Mllfen . nn. M.maako*?, ?? ?. 'Tmi?p?h^r. -..-J ?. 1 appa?Sa*n.??-k. Nt-rio-l. L???T?pt?. - :.TT,.li'.nc. Sal ?ri. a. liay 1-urt. .. MjnMkor. I rb.;n?. HwrtocT!?. But+an ?. anUM.no-k. M-rr. ?: .?lay. i a. m., . r ?. Wa.? : U' Bal tii?.ore?>^ ? ^ H?, will rot b*T*ec.?c?Jln faw1*? V . ?,- r? **..! ??^l:r.?T to H?vitt .r .'rba-ra aim! U.f l'art. Thi> ?in?? tab?? show* th. Urr. M wl.ich ?tearo er? may b? ?xj?. * lad depart traer, th" r.-v?ral .hat.-s but th.tr arr-.??i -m ?1. rarlur? ?I th? tiro?*? ata!*.. H r ,? i-tiarmrl??.I. rww ?i.?? ?v* Ik?M ilwlf ???.i' . ? -Vl?J ? r kry?.: .? ^ O.^nfr,**. r'rvimbt r**.-?-.. ??.i ir. lia.fi-Xi.'.r? unn'4 p. m. on ta -ii^l ?lart. ??. D - n*. A??.. >*rwt?ri<*k.. ut*. Va. ?>nL ?V'a .?ecr. T. Murdor?. (H-.1. Kr?ihl & l'a?a A?r. u-cn Lat, 1*? Southetu Railway N. B. F--J.lcTW.r-tf erlM?uU fitr?m puUUhaai 4U ?r*\?ow(vjn. and ?ar* ne? ?ruanuit<^Hi. ?i ?ff.activaJ.v Train? ?W?Te Wartt-nrt.ua fron N-rw Union T* ?a. m. Da:I? l-ncal for Warrvn'or.-, Danvllla a: ?1 ?ay ?*. m. I?ati> - ?Uo-rat f-?r Harrlaon? utrjr. V?a. MB a. n? Inu.y l :. t?-d State? Fa? Mail. ? ci?rh?-? a?nd drawii.ar-nx?m. ?J-frfir.? ?otra to birnr.irarnaji. ? New (lr?farn. D ?a. W??k I>aya- ?Local f?ur Warrantor an-J SuttatHirv : -i.ijr- Hirnil:\arhAm S?p?cla] and F.?wtw?b [.-mitad. Tbroush MtrhM and B?gtmpiixgr ems* te ?Coiumbia. Savannah and Jarkaonvllto. S.-ffapir.-r ?rar t?> AuyuNta and Aik#n. SUrvinf ?ear to Birmingham. Dintnir car tereic*. Tourtat ' ?Ufotrta li^r. -.ay. Wetintsrlay. Thuradajr a-.?l Friday. ?a. W-wk l*aj? ?Levai for ?HafHaonbiuv I ?afttni I i>n Manaaaaa Branch. ?UU p. m. ?-u^r Loca! fur Warrants? ?and C m. Daily-N.*w York and Chattanouea Liaoitad ?via Lyr.chbuTT* - Fiiat ckua ?coach ami ?alavntac cai-a to I ?a, ChatUnoQ?a. ar te N?aw Ortaana. ?Dintnc-car ?-?nric* JO.-t?-p W York. Atlanta and Strm Urbrm\t\a I. lilmaa tra?na. r!ub?n?l ul> a rration can to N>w Chrleana; aie* pi* if cara to ?aiMTlUa. A'ji.-.u, N't-w ?Orlaana. ?il?epin?car te ?Cbarlotte- L?i?"irm<ar ?? ? ?i a : . V? ni[>hia Sp-f-cial. TKroucli - t*. rUmatrtekt-, K C?hattar.?jo>ira, NitahviHr awl ftltrm; hia. W-uhing ?tim itecpi: S r*r op*n \tt:\M) p. m. Dininv car Throuf h trains frcum tJw StAith arrive Waahinc* a. n:.. aOrJDav m . du , m., and 10:4u p. m. 12:1? a. no. daily. Harria .t, tMirs 11:45 a. m. wwk ?laya and i*:??? p. m. daiK. From UiarUKteariL?, *? ^ m?. ?.a? p. m. and 7:4? p. m. I^oral fr?*m Wanvnton amv??a ^:10 a. m. ararkdaya. Tra?na U-ave Ri.-hmcond: lt?-.?*5 a. m. ?and 11.46 p. en. Ii?aily ^pm? for all pointa ?S-juOi. m3fi a. m. Dally ?LocaJ for .Dan-, Ote and ?Charlotte. 6:u0 p. ?m. ea?>pt Sunday. L*??*al for keyrville. 4:30 gL, m. excer? Sunday and 2. l.S p. n.. Monday. W?adna?aday and Friday for Wwt 1'uint. 4:30 p. an' excepl SuntUy. f r W?mt Point, eoo. ?a?dog with York kiv?*r lin* for Baltirnu??. ? day, W?dn#?aday and Friday Ticktrt?, aln-piii?a;-car rwaervatio'n'A. and drtaiWid lnforn-.ati??n can imr had at tirktrt otSce. 706 15th SU 9U6 F SL N. W^ and New Union Statior,. BaaTVace ch^ck?-d tbroucb from b?tela and r?ai ?jareaa. <Cah arrvice. K. H. -COAPMAN. Gtm. Man. S H. 11AK?>Wh:K. Paw. Tra/?Vc M*rr. H. F. * AKY.<;<n. Pasa. A^nU Im, Sa UtumN. C?n<val JU*nt_ Waahi<n?rten. 1) C 8. E. Biurvr??. D. P. A., Ki<*bmr*r?d. V? COMMONWEALTH of Virginia. In th* C!.?rk's ottii-c of th?? Circuit BWIrt of the county of ?Caroline on ? day <>f March. l'Jl'i. Maltimore Morton, plaintiff, against Julia Morton, .left'tulant. In chancery. The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce, a vinculo matrimor-.-i. for the ?.laintitf from the defendant. And an affidavit having been made and filed that the defendant, Julia Mor? ton, is not reaident of the State of Vir? ginia, it i.?.ir.i?r?<l tl.at sh?" <i<> appear here within 15 day? after ?lue publica? tion hereof, and Jo what may be neces? sary to protect h.-r int-rost in this suit. And it ?a furth.-r <;rder??d that a copy hereof lie published once a w?*t?k for four successive -.veoks in Tlit* l-"r?>e Lance, a newspaper published in the city of Freik'ricksburg. Va., and that a copy be posted at the Iroi.t d.x.r of the court-house of this county on or before the next ?ucc??eding rule day from the date hereof. Teste: K. i: ??.gliill. Clerk. By T. ?'. Va!<?iitin?\ Deputy Clerk. A copy i? I. i . Vaii-ntine, Deputy Clerk, ("handler & Beaio, p. q. tmmwAmi RIPANS. There is scarcely any con?lition of ill health that is not benefited by .he occasional use of a RIPANS Tabule. For sale by druggists. The Five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occa? sion. The family bottle, GO cents, con? tains a supply for a year. R Northirard Lrare dan, K:.l. 6.2S. ??? local, 1306, g:?M, 10:2? local, a- m ; 1:2?. ?:? levai. 7.111. lo^nj p. m S??ithw*nI-L?aaT*.'..(?ara daltjr. ACL, train. ?:l? a m. rrwak dar?, local; S-.U a m ?tally, local; 11:32 a m daily. S A L tj-aln; 1:1s p m daily, far? train for Klchmond: ?M p. m. daily, A. C L train: b:bt p. m. daUy. S. A- I. ?rain; ?Vie p. lays ?oca Richmond arrive. ?1:1.'> p m ?rack I from Waahtnston arrirc? 1:00 p m daily Arrl rala and depart?!*? W. FTTaylo. Taylor. Trm?o Manatrar. C. C Cm. Atramt. HOFSTOT LOSES Gov. Hughes tirants Re? quisition for Him. MUST GO TO PITT$BUR6 Declared a Fugitiva and Rearrested afaltt-MilUoivaire Accused of Bribery SUrta Fight in Federal Court. N.w Tork. April MX ? Uovernor Hugh.? decided that Krank N HoV ltiit_ preitdeut of the Hrvssed Steel Oar couipany and a multi-millionaire. is a fugitive from Pennsylvania Jus? tice, ami granted a warrant for bis sxtradltlon. Hoffst ot was at once re-arrested. A wsrrant Issued In Pittsburg charges hua with bribery and conspiracy In .-onn.otlon with Flttsbtirg graft and the alleged bribing of Plttaburg couu ctlmon with IS?.MJ0 In the Hotel Im? perial. In this rity. Secures Habeas Writ. John D. Lindsay. his counsel, almost mnifilately after the arrest, served [Xeotlv. Flood with a writ of habeaa ?orp'is. ordering him to produce Hoff ?tot before JiKlge Holt, in the United ro-.it court Hoffst?.?!1 ?ounscl announced a few it he would fight extradl ?le contend? Hoffstot Is a resl leeit of this state, and was not In Pltta? burg at the time of the alleged brib? ery about which the case reToWee. At the federal building, as Adrian ? ' ?ri! Mr I indaaj were about ? a statement. Judge Holt ad 1 the hearing until Friday after Ball Fixed at ?10.000. * i la J U there honisman y resent .lud?;?? Holt >! to parole Hoffstot a few h?mrs <",???'rco ?'.ordon Battle. who said he ha.l been retained by the - ?ip|H?se l thla and lal-r In the ? ?>? until the National ompany furnishe?! the bon?l That part of Pitt-burg graft In Hoffstot Is < on.erned hinges tita The com the dep???lts ?he hanks wl.lt h would treat Kar h - H< ?fatot. It l? allege.l. agi. ? '.*;'ks. and did : ?irh rir. IiiHi m.illaij In this ?!ty. H- !s sal I ?to le wurth t*M.aat< - his p.?Tsonal and the Ironmaster shed real *?ars V when he heard latofi ?x. DEPEW WILL RETIRE It Is Said New York Senator Will Not Try For Re-election. Albany N Y . April 21.- Almost co? incident with the a- ? of the ? tit of l'nit>?l S'at> ?i Senators Al.lr'.h. of I; and Hale. Of Main", was the r? port that Chauncey K. Depow. senator from this atate. would ahortly make a public an? nouncement of his coming withdrawal from public Ufe One plias.- of the re;.- rt had It that * ??uilil offer his resig? nation re Jan. 1.** snd that this movement would permit '.he present legislators to choose bis ?successor, thus Insuring the election :>f h Republican. tarta expires on March 4. 1S11. Constituions! lawyers .'n the legislature were uncertain as to whettur his ? !?.sr-n be? fore Jan 1. woulil continue in office for six years or for the uuexpired term. TWAIN GROWING WEAKER Distinguished Writer at Times Suffer, a Great Deal. r,n.. April ?1?The con lltlon of Samuel !.. Cl?*m?ms (Mark Twain I Is perceptibly weaker than It was twenty four hours ago. Dr Halse) said that Mr ?"Ioniens has cardiac asthma with angina pec At times he suffers a great deal, but generally he resta comfortably and Is able to sleep at times. Dr. Malsey believes Mr Clemena'' may re. over, but the il .i? es ?tetan agalnst hltn. There Is no probability ?>f Immediate death, however. Glory For Dead Antelope. London. April 21 ? Bdmund Heller. the zoologist, of Riverside. Cal . who accompanied Colonel Roosevelt on his African hunting trip, has decided that the sable ante-lope killed by Kerrolt Roosevelt is a new species peculiar to the Mombaasa region and not here? tofore described. It will be named the Roosevelt WIFE CHEWS TOBACCO Husband Calls It Cruel Treatment and Sues For Divorce. Muni!?', lu?! . April II.- Whether the fact that a Wttt is addicted to the habit of chewinr; tobacco Is cruel treatment of the husband within the meaning of the statute Is a question that will be Interpreted by Judge Jo? seph (?. l.efler. when the divorce case of John W. Heffcrllne against Mrs. Oeorjrla Hofferline is called in, the clr . irt The HeCerttatea have been -nan-ted twenty eight years, and the ausband say? he can stand no longer his wife's habit of chewing. Corner Charlotte and Princess Anne SU., 'Phone 92, Frederick.burg, Va. Open Pitgbt and Day Telegraph auid Telephone Order, re ceive immediate attention. WANTED ! 20 Men to make R. R. Ties. Also 10 wagons to haul them. Apply to O. D. FOSTER, Ire.ierickaburg*, Va. DISTIL DISTILLERS PRICES. Direct from Distiller to Consumer Absolutely Pure ?? Unaoulterateo g\*Sm^'?mmmme%2M+\*fc ( We box all goods and Pre-pays-cxpressage on everything w.tnin a radius of 300 miles of Washington, from-sZOQ per gallon and up. to points beyono we Prepay dn all cooos ats4.00 per gallon and up. one or more gallons of the SAME KINO OF GODOS MUST BE ORDERED AT ONE TIME. REMITTANCE MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ORDERS. NO CHARGE FOR BOTTLES. JUGS DEMIJOHNS OR BOXING. Don't be misled on deceived by flaming advertisements of deal fcRS CLAIMINC TO B? DISTILLERS AhD MAKINC OTHER EXTRAYAGAhr'-REPRE sentatjons.'aNd orFERir?: all.sorts of inducements fof? roo tu oea?. WITH THEM. BEWAF?E AND INVESTIGATE BEFORE PATaoniZIN? - WF nnunT investigation and refer to both g un and bf-uostrfefct mercantile Acehcie**. 'we handle everything in our line. such as whiskies. ?^randies , wlnes, Gins, Rum. 8c. and make a Specialty of the Mail Order Business. No order IS TOO LARGE, NOME TOO SMALL. MAIL US YOUR ORDER TODAY. PRICE LIST MAILED UNDER SEAL UPON REQUEST. The James Clark Distilling Co. d.p.m-Carthy. mgr. tn GIO PEMW. kVtaH.K? WaSHINGTO^D.C. Royal Swell, 34,892 Season 1QIO. ALLANDALE FARM F>'id.Ncksburgv Va. Oxfords I . Oxfords ! ? I L?kdifrS* a Men' Oxfords ? ; When in need of GOOD SHOKS Peo I BROWN ? CRISMOND f moos-fmrn??mm mm:''..<*ii'3sot-'? tssnrntfz Val Dannehl FOUNDR.Y AND MACHINE WORKS M-?*-? Mfjf R "iiir Work * sp??cialty. Mill SoppKe?, Parting!, ?'to. Phon?.? 191, Fr.?<l>ri-r*ksl)ur?f. Va. . -.- - ; *. ? '.- . . . - . - * ' - .._..'_ ! WK ARK READY WITH 5?**XXMim^X-XiVX^tm^m? &&&&&% IKX Springtime ?a Mere <* S 8 8 I Seed Oats, Clover,Timothy,Orchard Grass Seed, Seed Pot ttoes. Seed C- rn and Cow Peas, Oliver Chilled Plows, Harrows, a r I car load cf Hoosier and Challenge Corn ?? Drills. The Thornhill Ma'able Skein ft WagOD, Walter A. Wood Mowers a ad Hunes ery. yj Anytriinii n?*?i!.*?l l.y lh<* farmt'r. All i*hi-''*> for ?;. h. ?Pbooe 235. & Rawlings ?Ssr Son j* Flowers and eg etable riants Over one hundred vari? ; And other plants in great variety. IS choice ro-ivs <>r 2<i geraniumf* for $1.0(1. Also cut flowers ami ll?ral <le sign.?*. New spring eat?l?>gu<? fr??<>. Leave your onlcrs with E> <'. Nind?\ Fredi-rickahurg. or nend to J. PALMES OORDON, Klonst, A.-l?l;in?l, Va. ?l.-ei'l 6m CHICKESTE?.SPILLS W_?S^ Tlli lilAKIi?,!. llliAMi. . *V*>,N I*!'"' *?'??'?? l?r.?|l.l I . A ItKa? J ?i-?-^*?. r'. in.i.Ib...?/A\ Smt3 !??? ?. ..ik.V" rfcgJSlii v ? tSVO**- A " "' ? '""-Trau l?IAV<?>l? IIUtND I'll I ?. I r ?. Cough Insurance Re xaII Cherry Juice is ?M most ?'ci.nomic.-il insurance against cough you can get. It isa ilc?lfhtful and ?effective remedy, .??.?????cif.lly t????! f-.r children. We ii'j.'ii-antci-one Ivottle will cur?- your col.I. If it d..s<?n't, liiinj? hack" the ? ?mi.;.?, ?...ttleand we'll return your money. M. M. LEWIS DIMCCIST. ?Main Stre-et. Crowns and Uridge Work a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. ?Dr. J. Ottrne? fiin& M S Oui?-.' ? 9061-2 Main St.. Frederick? bu ru. i Announcement Extraordinary A new home for the famous 0/lOtV?nOrT RYE .. ?? moved from ?'>ol !'.. N. W .. Wa.?liir.gt?>n. 1). l'.. t.? ??ur Attrdctivc New Building ?2~y?2 Pa* Avc* N* w" 0 ?i O * a*hington D.C. Ma giMwth tells brielly oui i f?>r moving t"r..rp. t'??i| Pa.Av?* ? ?ur new ?home i: near'.;. : -he ?.hi. \V? huv?* ?'.?ui|?|??'?l it with every IBOdcTl !<*onveni?'nce known tonn up-to-<lat< . li?|Uor businis.-, and w?? 1k*]??v.* w? lr?v?* ih<* tin?.-.-1 i-staMishmi-nt of th? Wind in the National Capitol. W? Wd "i.r plan- very carefully in con strui-tmg our n?*w huilding.and hav ? spare? 1 nothing that would promut : rt or <*??nv??ni??niv. Inournev ?iiiarters we will I.?* better able thai ??ver t?> handl?? local business and wi ??<* partieulai jj ?.?.<?!! equipped to loo after our mail or?ler busin?'*>.s, whit* is increasing every ?lay. and ha rata-de this the leading mail orde boraae <?i" Washington. W.*attril>ut j our phenomenal Inisinoss growth ? u tribute to the i?i?*rus of the goo?: ??,?? s?*!l. Oronoco Rye Is known to all. It is the i?le? quality whiskey, ?thai is recommen? M hs th.* iihysician, and is invali able for me.licinal purpose?; a whi [ key that should be in ?-very home f< 1 ??mergi-ncy. Whrn y,,u send in yoi Order I?? sure t<> make it out to tl I new numlvr? 636 Pa. Ave. Edward J. Quint RUBBERKOT1 Roof and Iron Paint Tor N.w and old M.tal. F.lt. Cmmae*. get Ban-Up, Rukfcer OoA Aaheaio? Surf?.?, We poaitivfly A?maS guarani.* Rubber* Mnkow ?cote Roof and AoVtt Iron ?'?int to Uat iMOma 9M0e%i *?** year?. ?t&^fCt In any caae where mmoit VLA?rt it fail? to do thi? ?KtK^a? ?re agree to ?upply, ? ?THAT ' ? free of charge, ?aP??T?aaw**4 ?uffici.n t paint to aVNT IBMC0? keep ?urface in Bftaau jtpy/t good condition for * the ?fated length ^m\y?JgyA? of time. STOPS THE LEAKS To? moat .Uatic, fi.. ? a? flowia*. harnear ta* ?mat low.at cold l.at black paiat em ?aaataww IF INTERESTED ??awe aa, atate name ot yamrdaaUr. ?m? w? ?.II ram .11 .boot RUBfeEDKOTE .???? eeak cOTtlAct?. eatilKnaroe to trad* ?* Sa ?alloa on yoaa- (?rat purckaM. JMuaajfactRT.?! oalr kr The Pioneer Manufacturi*--*-? ? CJ^TVOANO, OHIO. U. A. A. For .sale by Simon Hirsh & Pro ?tiMON HIBSfl ?I BRO Commerce St., Fredericksburg, ' Dealers in all kind? of OOUNTBY PBODUO for which highest cash prices are pi Choice stock of High Grade Fan Groceries always on hand.