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VOL. XXV, NO. 62
Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial anrt Manufacturing: Interests of Fredericksbur? aud the Tidewa*- Piedmont Countrr RKDERICKSBURG, VA., SATURDAY, MAY 28. 1910 PRICE, 3 CENTS For Twenty-Six Years Afrs. I.?mailer, ef Krntu. ty, S ?title Inter-a.' (".-/.* Finally J\eliere,liy I'e-?u n.t. XttCS. MC. W. LAI t-.il B. 4.T St FKKKKI) for twenty-six y-aro 1 vrllti l.la.l.l.-r anil kliln.y tr?.ul.|a, and helntf ?si v is.il l?glve IVrimu a trial, 1 did ?n, ?oil am thankful ?.. .?v thai ?Is: lit l..itl.?..f P.-rima ami I li r. ?? bottlaa ?.f Manaliii ?-o_r.lv eotet me "f thai Ir.utsle, and I am a? w.-II a. "?? ? r." M i -.. W. W. !.am_au-r. HI-*; M.*.\t.-o Avs^ ____?_*__-, Kv. C-t-rrtt Causes Kidney Dl-raac. Catarrh Is a fr.-iju.-nt ?-?n?.- ..f kid n.y du.-ase. Tin1 p?lvi. ..f Hi? ki.i _??>*?, aa well a* 111" ttiV.iL-, 1. Im.d wit_ aaooaoa aaabtan?-, ?mi i. th? ra for- ?uhject to raiarrlia1 <-..n-.? sti. .n. Ba__-Maaaa the catarrh 1. ... sllk'lit as to rauae n.? ?_______. < M h.-r tun. - it Irada up tu v.ry ?eri.n_> oondltiMM, Any remedy capalilc of mitl.atlng the catarrh 1. a iiuk-Ii nata rational trratmriit ?lian t.? s-ive pallta'.itot Ihal only rclisv- tha patent at am? a? mor? dl.a_r.-eal.le ?ymptoma. It 1. clalni.il f.ir t'.-runa that it : an Int.!-sal .y.t.-iiiic catarrh r. iin-.lv, and reaches the catarrh In whatever organ, It happ.ui. to he located. "I vu cured of a ?.-ver? attack at tn flainiuati.'ii ?if the Isssw.ls tiy takim; l*e mus. I_aa___s* ?i re?-,nniii..|i.l I', runa t_ any on.-." - Mr?. J. J. I'r?..,, bat Water St., Sau Autonlo, Tt-xaa. Flowers and Veg? etable Plants Over one hundred vari*-ties ?if ruses. And other plants in ?treat \ari?'ty. IT? choice rose?. *>r :i<i geraniums for $1.?ni. Also cut Howers and rloral ile rigaa. New spring catalogue fr.-e. Leave your orders with E. t". Nirnle, Krederii-ksl)iir*sr. or send to J. PALMER GORDON, Florist. A-hJaad, \'a. dec21-6tn ZELL'S FERTILIZERS. Special Preparations for I'?? tatoes, Cabbage. Tomatoes. Ilckles. Tob?ceo, and all other crops. Original Peru? vian (iuano, guaranteed an ?ilysis llr-5-2. Kami seed? of all kind-*. Axent- for Bissell Wagons anil Frek Machinery. C.H. Montgomery & Co. UNIVERSITY Of VIRGINIA. Heasl of Public School System of Va. Utters, Science, Law, ?eikite.. EojiBeeriag. LOAN FUNDS AVAILABLE to need and de-serving students. $ln.iiO coven all coat? to Virginia student? in the Academic Department*. Send for catalogue. Howard Winston, Registrar, University Postoffice, Va. W. S. EMBREY [Successor to Embrey & Berryman.] Dealer in Kailroad Cross Tie?, Cedar Poat?, Spoke? and Hoop?. Keeps con? stantly on hand a large supply or Baled Hay and Mill Peed. Office near Rail? road Depot, Predericksburg, Va. Alao Agent for Page Wire Pence ?l*o. SIMON HIRSH * HO.. t"ommerce 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. RIPANS. There i? scarcely any condition of ill health that ia not benefit?! by the oceaaional as? of a RIPANS Tabule. For ?ale by druggists. The Five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occa aion. The family bottle, ?SO cents, con? tains ? ?apply for a year. CHICHESTER S PILLS "**"l_E--_ Til? ill? ???MS ilUt MS A, jGlft l_.l-,l Ask r?>* ll-'.aa-i- <. A\ S*.*! Ka t**sl-.?_-_,r- ln.m,...tflr...,/A.\ _***N-_M?*_ Mils I? Kr. ..i SI.I. , -,. \S/y ?t, ?khWI Tafc? a- wsav^r' Bi/.r ,_.r V I _. 9 g'.I'M'**- ?* " ?'ill-'lll'.THH IX, eg "IsVa-SMS HMiMs I'll 1 .. i , ... sJsT^ St ysassfca.s.ssa?_*_<?.. aiwsr>asi?i ? ^w^i?tiri?i_otsrs-*__t?_^ CANDIDATES FOR COUNCIL Time Has Expired For Filing No tices Six In Lower Ward, Five in Upper. 3 TO BE ELECTED IN EACH WARO Wedneaday, May J'?. v. us the last day under the law that on?- .an tile Ins candidacy f.ir the City Council at the election Which takes place here ?in 'In. s.!:1y. .lu:.s- 11. s., as t.. have hi? name |.ntit?-.| on tl.(Arial hall.it. These ?re ?i\ eouncilmen to li<- alect e?l three from tl.?- 1 |.|x-r and three from the l.iwcr Wanl. Kleven gentlemen-live til?1?! noti?.1' their ?aniliilaiy five from the Ipi.er and six from the Lower Ward a. tol |.?s I'piht Ward- W. K. Bra.ll.-v. .i r. ii?.w?. H. H. Lam-, s. w. ?Sonar ville and K. N (?oulrii-k. Lower Wanl W. S. Kmlin-v. W. .1. Ford, Henry Warden, T. M. Larkm, J. W. Maaten and S. K. F?--<ter. t)f this numher six ar?- mei.-il-.-rs of th.- preaeat Council. Messrs. I .ans1. R_?., Bradley, Wanlen. Fmbri-y ami Maaten. As with the old. tin- n.-w Candidate? are all men encaged in ac ifaiee?. I'ruf. S. W. Qeaiai ?Ule la area?leal nf tin- Assembly Hem?- anil School anil at ..- .? tune a mcmla-r of the Council. Ilr. K. N. Gootriek is |.r?.prii-t..r ?.f a latye drag business. I. M. I_irkiii is of the firm of Larkin & Rodgcrs. il?iiri_ a large cloth? ing business. Mr. W. J. Kuril is of the John ('.. Hurkamp t'o., ami owner uf valuable real estai?-. Mr. S. K. F?.st? r is extensively en? gaged m the grocery _n?l lumber busi? ness. < if the pr?s-ut memlierH, Mr. W. S. Kmbrey m of the W. S. Kmbrey Co.. Which does an extensive ti" anil lumber -s, runs a lar*..1 numlier of saw mills ami employs several luinilreil pco ple. II?- is chairman of Street ?Corn Mr. H. B. I_?ic. manager for the Aiari a Mi-C.uire [nckle establishment. Be i* chairman uf Finance Comrnitteo. Mr. Henry Warder., i-iigai-ed in farming on an extensive scale. Capi? talist. He is chairman of Committee on Schools Mr. Josiah I'. liowe. green grocer anil in live stock businets?. He is chair? man of Water tommitt?1?1. Mr. J. W. Masters sloes a large tit*i business.runs a lumlier yard and planing mill and is a big shipper of lumber. He is chairman uf Health ami Police. Mr W. K. Hrailley. ?-onnescted with The Free Lance-Star Publishing Com? pany. II?- is president of the City Cooneil aii'I chairman of Public 1'ri.p erty. Lvery uns- of the c.indi.iutcs are own i-r.i uf real estate anil closely identified with the business life of Fredericks burg. Tli.- -anvass so far has been ?MB?, witliout exritcnuiit, tint it is tote tu say will warm up before ?le.tion ?lay i? over. TOLUCA NOTES Toluca. Va.. May '24. ISM. This is a very busy season anil there is not much time fur lett_rr writing, hut it will n.it di i tu fursake The Free Lance. We have had some nice refreshing showers ami everything is growing rap ..llv. Strawl?erri?-s have been plentiful and the people are trying 'to make use of them in different ways, especially in the festival line. A large crowiljgathered at a grove near Rock Hill Baptist church Saturday evening to partake of a feast, the pur? pose being to raise funds for repairing the church. A nice sum was collected and besides that everyone a-emed to enjoy the occasion, both young and old, single and married. Mrs. Charlie Bridwell had the mis? fortune to sprain lier ankle a few days ago at her home, near Stafford Store. Mrs. A. Q. Fritter is able to get out again since her narrow escape in falling from her buggy. She received neces? sary medical attention from Dr. E. II. Sneed. Mr. Wilber Helflin left Sum lay for the Southern part of Virginia, where he has accepted a position. We wish him much success. A numl?er of members of the Jr. <>. U. A. M. Lodge are at work on their hall, near this place, on a piece of land they purchased from Mr. John Ryan, Sr., and it will be a valuable property when completed. Mrs. W. H. Shelkett, of Ruby, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ryan, near this place. Mrs. Clara Fritter has returned to her home in Washington, after spend? ing a month with her mother and fath? er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fritter. near here. Rev. W. S. Jackson was able to fill his appointment at Stafford Store Sun? day at 11 o'clock. He preached a very interesting sermon to an attentive con? gregation, taking hi? text from Rev. __. ixth verse. The. pink eye and measles are raging in this section. L. P. WELCH'S ANO G00DL0ES ITEMS Miss Annie Dawson, who has been teaching in Dr. R. Dew's family, closed school last week and returned to ber home in Prince Ldward county Monday. The Ceili_ white school No. 2, Mrs. A. Waller, teacher, held closing exer? cises Friday; notwithstanding the heavy shfiwers of rain, a large crowd was ur.sent. The pieces were all good, but Misa Halsey Durrett especially distin? guished herself as "Topsy," in "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Mrs. R. Dew and little daughter. Miss Filen Byrd, are visiting in Richmond for a few days. Mr. and Mr?. D. J. Waller were guests nf their daughter, Mrs. G. T. Dalton, Fredericksburg, last week. Messrs. Conway and Waddy, and Miss Callie Waller Chewning, are guest? of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Waller, during the week. Miss Eleanor Seaman's condition is much improved. Mr. A. Donahoe la still very sick. Mrs. Pearley Prince is better. Rev. Deratur Kpwarda preached to a large congregation Sunday at Bethany church. LETTER FROM KING GEORGE Knag George ?Co.. Va., May Jifh The rain of Sunday evening al > terdej came as a bleaaing to the Our .y land and to the thankful farmer. A?I ; ?Top. are beuchte*1 by the timely 1 showers. I Charles McChee, colore?!, who was - arreaaad on Thursday, suspected ?>f be? ing the man who enler.sl the hum.- of Mrs I'.artlelt and frightened her, *?*_? I not identified by Mr*. I'.-.nl.-ti at a pre liminary baaring, <*oii?e.|iieritly was r? M-Ghee la the man arfeo .vas ?UBpected of burnlag Mr. Kichanl ?irvinis' bam in April, but as th.- evi deuce was entirely iircumstantial he was released. He hail Ix-eti warned to leave the county, bul refuses! to do so until a day a* tWO ago when be im? parted. Mrs i". Somerville liovvis? and Miss Page Waller Mnrns, uf Washington, left vestenlay for home, after spending seveia! days with Mrs. ?i. < Igle Tayioo. at "Kcrneaux. " Mr. J. R. Covert, of Washington, came down an Saturtlay t.. complete arrangeins-nts relativ.- to the purchase of Mount Moriah from Mr. Thomas B. ?iarnctt. Mrs. John (*. Hoggs left for Si-wiik ley, l'a., yesterday t?> visit her parents, Mr. an*i Mrs. Wm. Wallac.- Scott, fur a maple af w.-.-ks Miss Gladys Hogan, who is attending school at B__H?-tone, is expected home this week, as school will clos?1 a week earlier than expected on account of the recent tire in the institut?-. Mis. Myrtle U.-iyw..??l. of Colonial Beach, spent the areek-end with tin Miss..? Garnett at Spy Hill. Miss Margaret James is expected hum*- from Blackstont* this week. Sh?1 was so unfortunate as to be one of the students whose room was deluged with water at the time of the recent tire in the school, and her wearing apparat was much injured. Miss Sophia Tayiu.-, of Chatterton, is expected _o_m? m a feat .lays from Washington, where she is taking a course of training. Mrs. F F. Nitide is paying a short visit In Washington. Kev. B. T, Turner has returned from Richmond, where h<- attsnii.il tin- P. K. Csiuni-il. Miss Nancy l?ynl Turner expects ta go lu Ri. irt.nnd this week anil will be accompained by her little niece, Kathe? rine Ruse Mr. J. W. Kirkpatrie- and nan, Wil? liam, of Pittsburg, Pa., are spending this wi-i-k at their home. Stony l'oint.on the Potomac. Mr. Kirkp-ri.-k made the trip from his home in his automo? bile. INTERESTING CAROLINE NOTES < 'ruxton. Va., May ? '?. Mrs. F'lossie Davis, uf Richmond, isa guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Davis, of Biantoi The young Daopl? of Ruther tuen gave a delightful entertainment at the R?ther Glen school bou?e F'ri.lav night for the benetit of St. Margaret's Kpis copal chapel. Quita a large sum was realize*!. Mrs. Frank Dabney and Miss Drue Wiglesworth are visiting relatives at Guinea. Mr. Thomas 1). Smith, of Milford, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wiglesworth gave a delightful dance Saturday night at their home, near Blantun. The many friend? of Dr. C. T. Smith arc delighted to hear of his improved health. Mr. Thomas Chewning has nearly completed his handsome new house on the suburbs of Chilesburg. Miss Inez Allen is visiting relatives in Charles Town. W. Va. Dr. Frank lidian!, a student of the Richmond Medical College,has returned to his home at Partlow to spend his va? cation. Mr. Quimby Tompkins, of ML Pleas? ant, visited friends in Caroline Satur? day and Sunday. Many of the ladies of the neighbor? hood are preparing to attend the Fred ericksburg Normal. We wish them much success. Hiawatha. $100 REWARD $100 The readers of this paper will be fetooad to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in ail its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a con? stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting direct? ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby distroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength hy building up the constitution and assisting nature in do? ing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. A-drea? F. J. CHENEY & CO., To? ledo, O. Sold by all druggists, ?5c. Take Half? Family Pills for consti? pation. CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Hare Always Bought Bears the Signatur? of Office of the State Highway Commission Richmond, Va., May 18, 1910. Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of P-iblic Road? of Spotsyl vania county & the office of the Busi? ness Men's Association,Fredericksburg, Va., until 11 o'clock, Wednesday, June 1, 1910, for the construction of about fourteen miles of gravel road in ?Chan? cellor District and nineteen miles of gravel road in Courtland District, ana about three-quarter? of a mile of macadan road in ?Court land District Plans and specifications on file at this office and at the office of the clerk of Spotsylvania county, also with M. B. Rowe. Fredericksburg, Va. Specifications furnished on application to the undersigned. A certified check for $250 to accompany each bid. The right i* reserved to reject any or all bids. Address bid? to Board of Public Roads, care of M. B. Rowe, h redericksburg, Va. P. Si J. Wilson. State Highway Commissioner. NOTES FROM NOCAM Niii-ii, Va.. May _-_**-, IHM. Ihe farmers* hearts were gladdened SuMilay aftaraaaa by a much ne?-?lisl rain, ?Inch fell heavily for three hours. The wheat and oat crops ara looking pr-miising. A I-ountifur* harvest is an? ticipated. Mr. R. It. Hale, ??f Village Ki.h n.uriil county, sjient several ?lays at the home of Mr. Rush Marshall this week. Mr. Ira Is1.1 is very sick at this writ? ing. Mr. W. B. Junes spent Sunday and Monday at "White Plains. " the home of Mr. A. B. Gouklman. Miss Virginia Marshall is visiting her uncle. Mr. C. P. Roach, in Port Royal this week. Mrs. Cleveland ?Hive, who was very ill last week with pneumonia, is report? s'.! much better. Miss l.ucy Jones, of Washington, was summoned home last week to nurse her mother, who is ill with rheumatism. The excitement occasioned by Halley'a .-...net has andad in this neighborhood. Nico. ADDS AUTO TO HIS LIVERY BUSINESS Mr. R. (,. Hildrup has purchased an luitonul.ile frum the Freilericksburg fuggy Co., which he will use in his livery business. The machine is of the Ford make and is the one Mr. Hisroe has had here as a sample. Mr. Brown Boulware was o|?erating the machine f??r Mr. Hildrup Wednesday. NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA If You Have it. Read Thi? Letter. Mi-o-na is Guaranteed I was taken last August with a ?e vi-r. stomach trouble. The doctor said it was inrvuus dyspepsia. I took bis treatment four weeks, but did not feel any better. I took everything I heard Of. The first day of December. 1909. I got a Ik)x of Mi-o-na. I took them that afternoon and the next day and haven't had one bit of pain in my stomach since the 2nd of December. I iook five boxes. Feel well now.and sleep good. - Mr?. _!. E. Maxfield. R. F. I). _, Avoca, N. Y. MI-O-NA is surely the l*>st prescrip tii-n fur indigestion ever written. It relieves after dinner distress, belch? ing of gas. foul breath, heartburn, etc, in live minutes. It is guaranteed to iiennantly cur. indigestion, acute or chronic, or any . of the stomach or money back. Ml o N"A stomach tablet? are ?old by Goolrick. Pharmacy and leading drug f[_a_ i .s-rywhere at 50 cent? a large to l*ox. 0lP' r m afecta A DO IT NOW and you will prevent serious sickness later on, by cleansing your system of Winter's impurities in the blood, so a? to withstand the attacks of contagions indigenous to the Summer's heat. We prepare a blood purifier that we can personally guarantee to be the liest, and we also carry in stock all the stand? ard remedies. Johnston <_. Pearson Prescription Pharmacy Bricks ! Bricks ! Best grade? of all kind?, made and burned in Fredericksburg. Send your orders to E. D. Cole, Sole Agent, or to Fre_.ricksbi.rg Brick Co. Phone 16 or 276. Local delivery or F. O. B. car*, or steamboat R Leere F?*?lcri?-l?sbur-. North-sui--?:? ? m. daily; 6:42 a m. ?laib. local. 7:05? m daily; 7 19 a m daily; 10_9 a m. daily. Us-al. 1_? p. m daily; 6_0 p ni ?tally, local. 7.-01 p m daily. 10-08 p m daily South!? un.l -.'. 50a m daily. A. C L train. _M a m . a_-_>l Sim.lay. loral; ?-.24 a- m ?tally, local; 11-2 a m ilaily. S A L train; 12:4f, p rn cx . r|.i S..n.lay. local, thi. train .Is*, not ?o south s?f Miir.?i.l. 1:17 p m. dally: t>3A p. m daily. A C L train; ?S:5? p. m. dally, local- -M p m daily. 8- A 1. train: 11:11 p m. daily. A. C I. train. Aera-nms?la_..n trains arriv?. neat Waahina* ton 12:46 p m daily: fr..m Milford -':*?> p. *?. w? ? day. only; from Richmond 4:lsi p m. weak days only Arrival, and <*?.-art?ras not ??sranu_d. W. P. Taylor. Traffic -a_a_ar. c. C. Ota. As?nt Potomac, J_*redericl_s burg and Piedmont Railroad. Tna? Ta?L_ No. 1? In rttrct al i A. M. Au.s-.t 1. 190**. Ka.ly Mia. Dally rxtrmot from exeeot Sunday trad- ?f__lH. Sunday. No. _ bur?. Ho. 2. a- M. i ?. Ar. P. M. ??<*> tredeeteksOaeg :< _. 1-10 I White ..04 *_? ? Min*R _M 7 K-by. XT* 0 __-__. XM ? Ah__ -M 11 Kumar. -4. IS -roelsraad l . XM 14 Bsssjhsns t-i ??*? ?a Parks. f.1 *-?? Nssw Urn? U S is -I Tindrr 1.? a? -4 K-ynold. 1 ? ?m m v_ ?_???__ i.i_ ?is t? la taretta l.u 10 0? ID Hn.or.n_. i.ot 1 -.14 ? Naasaas i_io 10.24 M Taylor u.40 10.40 m t.?. Oraae- La. U_D Cosir (Jons at Kr-k-rirkabsu- with R? r O H a R- and Maryland, Dsaasrar. and V Ir. In la Rat war Ca. At Oran? with Sou Uncu fe. R. and Chsaa?ss_.ao?si.R. -. TV? -sly Haa t? the C_anc-I_rs*rl_e and WU-S-r !________. _?__? ML MA_T_____. i Crystal sugar. IhrlAGINATlOf. COULD NOT CONCEIVE OF A HANDIER AND PRETTIER FORM THAN THAT WHICH IS PRESENTED inCRYSTAL domino sugar NEITHEP COULD THE MOST PARTICULAR PEOPLE ASK FOR MORE PERFECT PURITY. NOR ECONOMICAL PEOPLE for less waste. SOLDbyGROCERS EVERYWHERE! - SUGAR USED UNIVERSALLY \2m^ _ i_s*j CORTRIGHTI?^Iis WHEN Cirtri.ht Metal Shinfrlcs were :'r-t ititr.??litccd f.4 years ? iiut n?.? If >. tt :ir.- KCpt__J it C_a Oat JTOO il" n I k- m tfe* fact! in ill?* case. re n-csl today fr..ni the \ti.u-ti,- to the Pacific For all khxdx pi 'mi'dings. under all cooditj r_ej tormproof; never kali and la t as long as the l'-.til.!ii i it-i!: is it| ul ? . s \ i''or further ' rmatioa apply te Fur furtlu-r ilciail.-d information apply t?> lacal dcidera, i*<iiitrait?i*s. r.-..f.i* ir Cortright Metal Knoflng ("<>., Philadelphia, l'a. ml llwt'.ii. * ! Val Dannehl FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS >S-*yg__.??arM__-7__r teed HDANNH?Lfi zy h fLdVoWf ??Vf ? v Mtti I.1 pair Work a specialty. Mill Supplies, Castings, etc. l'hune 191, Fredericksliurg. \'a. J ...LAWN MOWERS.. First complete stock of Lawn Mowers ever carried h_r_. All grades, from the lowest price machine to the (??'inline Pennsylvania and Philadelphia. Get our prices on a hitfh grade Mower before you buy. JOHN C. WILLIS S SON. Do You Realize It? Itb you realize that through the systematic saving of evi'ii trilling amounts you may anon become independent? Do you realize that the planters National Bank la an ideal hank for just such savin-**?? Do you realize that this institution is un.l.-r the careful and watchful management of men who have made hanking it life long study? Indeed the Savings Department of the Planters National Bank ..'fir.* every helpful aid to those whose aim is to possess a growing bank account. Our little booklet "Hanking by Mail" is wonderfully interesting and it's l'KKK. A [?.-rusai of it may placa you on the straight road to future waaMfe. Send for it today! Planters National Bank. ^SS? v?"* CAPITAL. $300.1)00.00. Surplus and Ir.di-.idcd Profits, $1.250.000.00 mtmmmWmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWWmtmtmmm Butter, Eggs and Poultry Wanted | We want Dairy HutUr for packing Mock. All great*a of it and in any shape. We v. ill pay yen HIGHEST $ CASH PNCE, accordir.js' to ?*uality. ? Also Market Prices Paid for EGGS, f CHICKENS, Etc. ** EASTERN PROVISION COMPANY. | 715 Commerce St. Fredetkksburg, Va. Phone 302. I Virginia Military Institute "Thc Wut ?oiMT or the South - Oolis-trl.tr .al m ?all ?I C...I1?. c_.at.n-.?-.! with thr rlflsl .l.ss Ipil?. s>l aa ?slay pot. Vir.laia Cslrls lull?..a Irrtr. IsHs-rt... ?a. - .... (. ? -SICrlOL?. S.st Crowns and Bridge Work a Specialty Ail Work Guaranteed. Dr. I. Garnen Hing. N-TICT. OBai **??*?. 1 I Main St., Kn-derickt trur*-. MATTING. 10,000 yards of New Matting. Direct im? portations. The price tempted us and we bought 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 Carload of the Famous LEONARD CLEANABLE REFRIGERATORS We are proud of the Refrigerator? we -ell, therefore, we do not withhold Hi?* kind we ?ell, Leonard i Sold only by u?. OUR GUARANTEE: We guarantee every Leonard Clean - able Refrigerator we ?ell. Vae one for six month?, if it doea oat give satisfaction we will replace it with a new refrigerator. What more? Signed, W. A. BELL A BRO. Insulation in the Leonard i? of wool and polar felt, guaranteeing perfect in Hulation. The charcoal filling u_ed by other -?eople in making and filling -re? frigerator? is the cheap way they have of filling the refrigerator? and will not stand up. (The __-pnard Re? frigerator Co. will not utve it) Leonard Refrigerators in Baa Lined. White Enamel Lined and Qeaoteo l'or,-..lain Lined. I'ri.'e from $4.:?*) up. Let us ?how you the Leonard Rafrig i-rator?. Screen Hs.irs and Window Screen.-*. Good Porch Rocker? for 99c. PERFECT CIRCUUTI0N W. A. LjPLL ?C 13-^-O? OUTriTTERS Springtime is Hefe ? WK ARE READY WITH Seed Oats, Clover.Timothy.Orchard Grass Seed, Seed Potatoes, Seed Corn and Cow Peas, Oliver Chilled Plows. Harrows, a carload of Mooaier and Challenge Corn Drills, The Thornhill Malable Skein Wagon, Waiter A. ttooi Mowers tai Manesters. Anything needed 1>\* the farmer. All cheap for cash. Phone _35. f -?-?-1-? 'I RawlingaS & Son Save Your Plants Tl?. far-asrs and |??a of Ussriiit?i taten ara asta, ?rrsr 1000 Tons of "BUG DEATH" Prevents Blight on Cucumbers SV-havsn?ll.i*:l_l |.r -?( P..-S??' .Is?I for sit ?.?_-*. ', .ant Us II' sss-in.. l_.-.r .s.-/ H?. PsaUi l*??.l?r u> m*| SOLD BY W. L. BOND, DT-fgist, Fre-Jerkls-ar*. Va. .s_?ii.,i_" '? M.?, WANTED ! 20 Men to make R. R. Ties. Also 10 wagons to haul them Apply to O. D. FOSTER. FrederiC-LSburg. Va. CHICHESTER?CO. Kire, Ute, Accident and Health INSURANCE Beat Companies and Hest Ratee Row iett 4 t'oolnck Building, t*nns*??? Anne St., I,'*re?h-rick?-urg. Va. RUBBERKOTE Roof and Iron Point Far tt? aast -ist -_?-_, f*sO. C_i im. *f_r-ts . We pssa??vely I guarantee Rubber* kotsj Roof and , Iron Paint t-U-t _? years. In any rsss when? it fail? to do __? we ?gr?a ta supply, tree of charge, i ?sjffscien t paint to heap, merrace in good con..?on ftat ?ha s ta tod 1-a.th Jt 'cxr 3EI_C. STOPS THE LEAKS I .lassie. fVs?-ss* flaw* IF LVTERESrEO z_tosr,.Ti-i_r?\T__-__-^__i*-3^ ?asssss.s_aasa ia_>t ? ns _? ?*-_** at he am 1-M Phni? Man__Fa___rr__t Ca. c__vb-__x ?o-ao. u.a.a. For ?*__- by Simon Hir_h ?ft _-*_?