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Mr. Silas Monroe, of Stafford, was here Saturday. Huy that wedding gift at Kaufman's, the jeweler. You will lie pleased. Miss Helen Mamey is a guest of her sister, Mrs. White, "at Leesburg. .lewelery -the kind that gives satis-1 faction bought of S. S. Kaufman, the jeweler. Mr. Silas Staples, of King George county, was in the city Saturday. Eyeglasses and spectacles to suit old and young. Eyes tested free. S. S. ; Kaufman, jeweler and optician. Mr?. Augusta D. Mode has returned from a visit to friends in Philadelphia Watches the kind that needs no watching. See the large display at S. S. Kaufman's, the jeweler, at most en? ticing prices. Clerk F. C. S. Hunter, of King Ceorge. was In re Saturday. Use the Inst Minding Twine in your harvest and avoid delays and trouble. Nti twine better than "Filler's". Sold by Packet A Alrich. I'rof. R. C. Meale, Jr.. of the di? versity of Virginia, is her?- visiting his parents. More ?juality. more style, better eerv ice than m any store in this section can tie had at Jones'. Pry goods, ladies' ready to wear and millinery. Miss Hattie Hay. who has charge of a school at Liberty, Mo., i- home here for the summer. When your eyes need attention think of the Morris Jewelry Store; they are e?|uippe 1 to give you the full test ami gu?rate*? satisfaction. Moderate prices on frames and lenses. 619 Mam St. I'hone MQ, Prof. Edgar Marburg, wife and fam? ily, of Philadelphia, are guests of rela? tives In Stafford. That big lot of wash dresses are here. tttfi tin?--? dresses at tW.iC. $>.">" dresses at $?">. in white, blue, lavender, gray, tan and natural linen colors, t orne quick. The T. N. Mrent Store. Mr. T. M. Cayle. of Spotsyhrania, is in Washington visiting his daughter. Mrs. Roland Johnson. When you buy "Gold Medal" flour from W. L Mraiinan you are buying it from th?- mills' agent; you therefore save money. Sacks 4lV., 84c, $1.?W, I fcUtt and barrels |8Ltt. "Gold Modal'' flour is the beet flour milled in America. Try it and see for yourself. Judge .1. C. Moneara and two grand? children, of Shiveveport. I.a., art guests of relatives in Stafford. Miss Phyllis Jonea, of Richmond, Is a guest of her brother, Mr. Seddon Janes, manager of the Mell Telephone Co. Dr. J. P. Stiff has returned from Richmond, where he attended the meet? ing of State dental examining lioan!. Commonwealth's Attorney W. A. Hose and Mr. Thoa. L Hunter, of King George county, were in the city Satur? day. i'rof. C. M. Dickinson, of Hollina Institute, Hoanoke county, and Mr. Philip ? I.. Kolili, of Baltimore, are guests of Mr. A. Randolph Howard, at "Chatham.'' Mr. P. vV. Sanfoni, of Newport News, arrived here Saturday morning and joined Mrs. Sanfoni. who is spend? ing some time with her mother, Mrs. J. P, Cayle, at "Rosemount," in SpoUyl vania. Mrs. V. R. Watson, of Houston,Tex., nee Miss Mettle Lane Scott, daughter of the late John F. Scott, of this city. is here to spend the summer, and is at Mrs. CratehfieM's residence en George street. This is her lirst visit for ten years. Mrs. P. W. Ceorge and SOUS STS vis? iting the former's sister. Mrs. L H. Davis, and friends in Washington. Mr. R. V. Turner and wife, of Port Conway.were here Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith. Mrs. May ISadawy Rowlett is spand? ing two weeks at The Marlborough. in Atlantic City, with a parly of friends. Mrs. K. C. Ninde and two children are ???ending ten days at Atlantic City. Miss Lizzie Kelly has returned from a visit to Alexandria. Dr. Richard Gibson, of Alexandria, spent Sunday at "Kenmore" here a guest of his brother-in-law, Mr. C. R. Howard. Tiie V'rginia State Moard of Dental Examiners has elected Dr. J. P. Stiff a delegate to the National Association of Dental Examiners which convenes in Denver. Col., July 2?, 19H?. REVERSED BY SUPREME COURT Case of Chichester, Administrator For Waller, to be Tried Again. The State Supreme Court at Wytho ville, just before adjournment, in the case of J. C. Chichester, administrator of (has. Waller.against P.. F. & P. R. (Narrow Gauge), from the Circuit Court of Orange county, where a $">,000 verdict had been rendered for the death of Waller, reecreed tha ca.se. an ap? peal having been taken by Mr. St. Geo. R. Pltshugh, attorney for the railroad. It now goes back to the Circuit Court of Orange county for a new trial. TO ORGANIZE PROFESSIONAL TEAM Roy Mrennan, a member of the bast> ball team here last year, is in the city arranging to organize a professional team. He is meeting with much en? couragement. Further particulars later. TO OPEN GROCERY STORE Mr. Courtlaiid Mosebro has rent??d from Miss Sue I'lttmati her property00 Commerce street, recently occupied by Mr. J. W. Davis, and will open a gro? cery store. FINE OATS Mr. S. L. Lowell, of Spotsylvania county, brought to this office a sample of Ma crop of oats, which measured six feet, lie has Ave acres standing all over the Held like this. MR. GOULDMAN OUT Mr. John F. Gouldman, Jr., who has been ill with typhoid fever for sometime was at ins place of business, the farm? er's Bank, on Monday. TO MARK GRAVES OF COMRADES M. M. Rowe Camp No. 2, United Spanish War Veterans, of this city, through its adjutant. A. G. Billingsley, bus made an effort to have graves of their comrades, buried in the Citv Cem? etery m this city, marked by the united States Government A communication was sent to the Secretary of War, ask? ing that headstones be furnished for the graves and a reply has been received, stating that unen the assurance that the stones will be remove?! from the depot promptly and placed that they woukl be furnished. At a meeting of the camp held Fri day night Messrs. W. M. I.arkin and A. G. Millingsley were appointed a committee to sec the relatives of the I comrades and the pro?>er cem? etery officiais and get permission to erect these marken?. The graves to lie marked are Sergt. A. B. Motts, Jr.. Corpl. W. U. Knox. Fdward Hicks, T. J. Gately, Maury Williams, Thomas Harrison and c. 0. Patterson, The stones are of white marble. 8$ inches in length. 12 inches wide and t inches thick, and will have the name, company, regiment ami branch of serv? ice of the deceased cut on the face of the stone. This is [tossiblv the first camp of Spanish War Veterans in the State to ; make an effort to have the graves of their comrades marked by the United States Government. STAFFORD HORSE WINS CHAMPIONSHIP IN LONDON David Gray," owned by K. H. Weatherby, of New York, exhibited at the internationa1 horse show in London this week, in charge of Julian Morris, of Albemarle Co., Va., won the grand championship of the world for the; jumping class. "David Gray" was bred and raised by the late George Monroe, of Stafford county. He was sold through Duff' Green, of this city, to Juiian Morris, of Kfswick. Albemarle county, Va. Mr. Morris in turn sold the horse to F. H. Weatherby, of New York. David Gray won a numlx'r of other London as also did several other horses of the Weathesby stable which are being exhibited by Mr. Morris. David Graj before being aoid hail participated m some of the tlat races of the Fredericksburg fair. AGENT FOR STIEFF PIANO CO. Had to Pay City License. Mr. G. W. Seal, who is ageid for the StiefT Piano CO., has baga engaged m selling pianos without a city license. Commonwealth's Attorney Win. W. Mutzner had a warrant issued Thurs? day, summoning Mr. S?-al before JttS tice Dannehl to show cause why be should not be lined for doing business without a license. Mr. Seal came in COart Saturday and paid the license bs fore going into tria!. Mis contention was that he was representing a non? resident concern and the inter -state commerce law exempted him, but it dtrveloped his company had the ?nanos stored in Richmond and the inter state law did not apply. Mr. C. O'Conor Goolrick represented Mr. Sea!. PERSONAL PROPERTY BRINGS GOOD PRICES Friday Mr. Wm. W. Mutzner, admr. of Allen Mloxtoii. deceased, conducted a sale of the personal affects at the MliAton farm, in Stafford. A large crowd was present and everything brought good prices. The sale amount? ed to about $1,060. The ?mir of gray mules brought 1450 and were bought by Mr. E. 5. Hetlin, of this city. Mr. N.M. Kinsey conducted the sale. Every? body was in a good humor and the bid? ding was lively. JUDGMENTS ENTERED The following judgments were enter? ed in the Corjioration Court of this city at the June term: C. F. Rielv & Company, of Moston, against the Vir? ginia Shirt Company, judgment for $10. W.4] with interest. Frederick W. Coleman attorney for C. K. Riely & Company. Porter A Company against the Vir? ginia Shirt Co., judgment for $1,182.28 with interest. M. P. Willis attorney for Porter & Co. MISS FLORA MASON ENTERTAINS Miss Flora Mason entertained in hon? or of her guests, Miss G?orgie Vaugh nam, of Mangor, Maine, Friday even? ing at her home. Cards were played and refreshments served at the con? clusion of the game. Miss Mary Mleight won the ladies' prize and Miss Jennie Maitland the booby. Mr. G. M. Harrison won the gentlemen's prize. A pleasant even? ing was spent by all present. RAN INTO WAGON-MACHINE SLIGHTLY DAMAGED Dr. W. J. Chewning ran his automo? bile in a wagon on Commerce street Saturday and injured his machine by breaking the fender and ?mashing his etectrk ?amp. The wagon was unin? jured. IN SERIOUS CONDITION The condition of Mr. W. C. Hum? phries, of Spotsylvania, who was hurt by lemg pinned untier a falling shanty, was re|K>rted Saturday as very serious. Dr. J. W. Davis, his physician,says his hip is badly broken, his spine injured and there were internal injuries. MASONIC BANQUET AT URBANNA Invitations have been issued for a ban?|uet at I'rbanna on Friday, June 24th, in honor of Grand Senior Wn:deti P. K. Mauman, of the Grand I-odge of Masons of Virginia. Mr. W. J. Phil? lips, of this city, will be one of the speakers. LAYING CONCRETE CURB Contractor F. G. Heflin commence Saturday laying concrete curb on Charles St., from Commerce to Lewis. SALE OF REALTY Mr. Kugene L. Cox hassold his house and lot on the National boulevard to Mrs. Mary C. Harris. Terms private. THE HUNTER-MORRIS NUPTIALS A beautiful wedding was solemnized Monday evening, June 2Uth, when Miss Page Waller Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Morris,of Washing? ton, becaSM the bride of Mr. Freder? ick Campbell Stuart Hunter, clerk of court of King Ceorge county. The ceremony was performed by Lev. Dr. C. Kniest Smith, rector of St. Thomas' church, at the Imme of the bride's parents, 1889 California Ave., Washington, D. C. The decorations were in palms, with daisies and ?link sweet ?teas. A string orchestra rendered "Lohen grin's Wedding March" and "Heurts and Flowers" during the ceremony. Miss Pattie Morris, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor and Mr. Thomas Lomax Hunter, of King George, was the bast man. The bride, who was given away by her father, was gowned la i ream satin, trimmed in real lace, with long tulle veil, caught with orange blossoms, and carried a shower bOOqUSl of white sweet peas. The maid of honor wore white batiste and carried pink sweet ?was. After a wedding trip bride and groom will be gueRts of bride's parents for a few days before going to hum?' at King George Court House. Ceremony wit? nessed only by near relatives of bride and groom. Among those present were. Mrs. Morris En black silk, Mrs. Sunnier in black satin, Mrs. Mowie in lace robe over yellow satin, Mrs. Hunter white satin, Mrs. Toombs black satin, Mrs. Sumner black satin, Mrs. Kean black spangled net. Out of town guests: Mr. and Mrs. Allen M. Sumner, of Norfolk, Va. ; Dr. and Mrs. Richards, 1'. S. Army, Mr. Ceorge Taylue, of King Ceorge; Miss Dolly Young, of New York, Miss Joan White, of t'har lottesville, Virginia; Messrs. Argyle and Trevilian Turner,of Richmond; Mr. Prescott Kean, of Baltimore; Mr-. K.'se T. Hunter, mother of groom, of New York; Mrs. Robert II. 1 ? .niiitis.nl Okla? homa City. 1 he bride on her maternal side is I great-great-grand-daughter of Thomas Jefferson, and on her paternal side is related to the Morrises. Wallers and other prominent families. The bride? groom is the clerk of King George court, and is the youngest son of tha late Judge F. C. S. Hunter, of King George, anda grand son of the late llr. Thomas Lomax Hunter, of King George. WON ONE -LOST ONE High School Team Musy Playing Mall Down the River. At I'rbaiuia Frida> afternoon the Urbanns team defeated our High Sit,.Mil boys by s score of 11 to 6, The following is the score by innings: R H F F. 11. S. 0 10011111 ? T s Urbaans ,...2 1 0 00 107s il il t Latteries F. H. S.. Freemai and Wilioughby, Urbanna, Wagner and Bowman. Struck out. by Freeman 6, Bowman 11; bas?'?m balls. Freeman 10, Bow. man IS. Features of the game were Willough ba's catching and Whitchonse's bat* ting. . F. 11. S. played a double herder al Irvington Saturday. They played Ki! marnoek team at Kilmarnock M morning and the Lancaster team at Kilmarnock Monday afternoon. in the game at Lancaster <". II. Thursday V. H. S. won, score t? to :'.. The Fredericksburgcrs -|>ent last Sunday at Irvington. DEATH OF MRS. MARY G. BERREY Mrs. Mary G. Merrey, widow of the late ex-Mayor and ex-Clerk of Courts of Fredericksburg, R. M. Merrey. died at her home on Main street Saturday night, after a long illness, aged 66 years. She was a daughter of toe late Charles Waite, of the firm of Wait?' i Ba?ar, was a Christian woman, being a ?amber of tha Methodist church She leaves no children and her nearest rela Uve is Mrs. Mettle Bradshaw, of Alex? andria. Funeral services will be bsH from the Methodist church Monday af? ternoon at 4 o'clock, conduct?'iI by Rev. J. R. Jacobs, interment in City Cemetery. MRS. ANDREW MURRAY DEAD Body Taken to Baltimore For Burial. Mrs. Andrew Murray died at the M. W. Hospital Sunday morning, after an illness of more than a year, aged M years. The deceased ?vas Miss Mary L. G Graff, of Baltimore, Md. She was a Christian woman and member of the Baptist church. The remains were taken to her former home, Baltimore, for interment on Monday. Funeral services were had from the home at 9 a. m. Monday, conducted by Rev. R. A. Williams. Pallbearers?Messrs. .1. W. Adams, S. E. Eastburn, W. S. Chesley. H. W. Proctor, J. E. Rodger? and W. L. Mrannan. SPECIAL TERM SPOTSYLVANIA COURT A special term of Spotsylvania court will Ik- held Wednesday to take up the case of Ed Lee charged with the mur? der of Zack Dawson. A special grand jury has been summoned. If an in? dictment is found, the case will proba? bly Ik' tried at August term. PRESIDENT T. K MILLER Mr. T. K. Miller, of Baltimore, was her?' Sunday a guest of the family of his uncle, Mr. W. E. Bradley. He was last week elected president of The Daniel Miller Co., the largest dry g<?odB corporation of Baltimore, which posi? tion his father held at the time of his death several weeks ago. HARVEST WEEK This is harvest week and thousands of acres will be cut if the present weather holds and the ground liecomes dry. The crop is a fine one and the heads well Idled. SPOTSYLVANIA FARM SOLD Mr. Joseph B. Band, of Washington, has sold to Mr. R. N.Usher his "Spring Hill" farm of 244 acres in Spotsylvania county near Good loes on private terms. Sale made by The Piedmont Real Es? tate Agency of this city. The Conway, Gordon & Garnett ...NATIONAL BANK IREDERICKSBURG, VA. Deposit, Solicited. Negotiable Paper Discounted All correspondence promptly answered m sealed envelopes. Handsome lithographed check books presented to each customer. Merchants' business cards placed on their checks. Bank Open From 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. THE WILL CASE More Testimony for Both Side? Heard. At afternoon session in Monroe will '?an?' Friday Patrick Payne, of King George, testified fur defense, He baa known Mrs. ,M. 26 years, ha?i been in her .-tore frequently, had purchased lii|iinr from her for ten years previous to her toeing Ueenas, called .several ftar she h.iii lost ?1er license, last visit was in September, 1909, saw no change in her mental Condition, con? sidered her a capable bosinsaa woman. F. ft, Walstead, of Spotaytvania, had knosm Mrs. If. BO years, visited the store freijiiently, last visit was in Septemlier, I MO, wen I to get breakfast, ?a-no change in His. M.'s mental condition, her dining-room was clean and table good. On croaa examination it wm brought out thai be is a meal of Mr. Freeman, brother of Mrs M., while here Goo, F. .lames. Had known Mrs. M. eight years, she had dealt with bin Uve yean on to September, 1909, and had visited nil Itore almost daily, con? sidered her a shrewd business aroman, an intelligent, dose boyar: saw no change in bet mental condition. On CfOSI examination said Mrs. M. did not appear to be worried over anything. K G. Speakman, piano timer, had been coming here for vean and stop ped at Mrs. M.'s.knew her well and ac? companied her to the hospital S)hSII "be was taken there, considere?! her a shrewd business woman, kept a good boarding boose, had only a few regular boaden, hut many transit; saw no change in her condition ?luring the tune ad there, discussed the change of will with him, said she did not leave K.ite anything. Si*>akman was rigidly cross-examined. Was asked by Mr. if be had communicated with Mn M. lines her death. Do yoanol chum to have that power'.' Answer, "I do not.'' Did you not tell Deputy Clerk Berry you ?iad the power to com? municate with spirits'.' I'.efore he could answer Mr, Fitxnugh objected and the was discharged. The jury was then withdrawn and B point of law discussed as to a question to be propounded by Mr. rttzhugh to Dr. A. ('. Doggett, town: "Did you Consider Mrs. Monroe capable of making a will when she did so." The court ruled that the question could be asked. .ry was called in and Dr. Dog gett put on stand. Had been Mrs. M.'i for 25 years, visited her in May. 1909, in Sept.. l'.Hr.?, noticed no Change In her mental condition. Made - visits in May. saw BO Change, 15 visits m Sept.. saw bo change, la Oct. and Nov. up to her death visited her daily. When aske?! what occasioned his visit oil Sept. Util, replied she L.'td | slight stroke of facial paralysis and in a short rered a second stroke. tirely rational, her death WM caused by blood poisoning and low grade of typhoid fever. At tins |aiint Mr. I-'it/.hugh asked the witness: "In your judgment from the ltth of Sept. up to the time Mr-, M m blood poison at the bos pita!; do yon think Mr-. If. was capable of making a will.'" Objected to by Mr. Goolrick and withdrawn by Mr. Fit/.luigh. Dr. Doggett was rigidly Dr. .1. N. Barney ssid he treated If re. M. in July and August, 1909, for a broken blood vessel En the comer of her rye. She was much alarmed for fear .' her eye, <ii?l not take much : her mental condition. CtOOS examination, use of liquor affect- the eve, but Cannot say it did in this cane; use of whiskey and gin, especially gin, are eSSSea Of cirrhussis of liver; mel? ancholia and dullness are often bj eirrhoesisof the Kver.had death eer f Mrs. Monroe, given by Dr. D ggett, her physician, whici death resulted from facial paralysis and typhoid fever, would not testify was of Mond mind l>eeause he examination and was not her physician. .1. Arthur Taylor, cashier of National Hank. Had known Mrs. M. for H nan, ibe had kepi her account at his bank, she came to the bank July T with Judge Embrey to cut off some coupons. She asked for her safety box and the Coupons were cut otf by lodge Embrey in her presence. Always regarded her as a shrewd business woman and saw no change in her mental condition on July 7th from that of previous years. Dr. F. C. Pwtt. Attended Mrs. Maybew when child was born ?>n April ??. 1910, which was fully developed. CoL F. D. Cole. Hail known Mrs. Monroe 20 years, she had bought lum? ber, etc., from him; had frequently sent for him to ask his advice a!>out purchasing property, bonds, etc.; he nad also patronized her store, saw Mrs. M. for last time in September, VMf.t, and noticed no change in her mental condition; considered her a thorough business woman, never saw Mrs. M. take a drink ?>r under influence of liijuor. Cross-examined by Mr. Goolrick. Judge Embrey was called Mrs. M.'s heir around town. Judge Embrey told him he had written several wills for Mrs. M. ft. F. Moneare. Had known Mrs. M. for 2T> years and had noticed no change in her mental condition; was in her store in August, 1909, and had a long conversation with her; regarde?! her as shrewd business woman. G. T. Cross. Sold oil to Mrs. M. fro ?juently for past ten years; had no dif? ficulty over settlements as she always paid cash. W. I). Scott. Had known Mrs. M. for many years; visited her place fre ?(uently before she lost her license, as she was a large shipper; considered her a shrewd, business woman; she had fre?iuently asked advice of him. Mayor H. I, Wallace. Had known Mrs. M. since boyhood, was present at National liank when sh?' visite 1 it July 7. 1909. His testimony virtually the same as that of Cashier J. Arthur Tay? lor. Father J. M. l'errig. Had known Mrs. M. three years, visited her oc? casionally, saw her at Catholic church on Faster Sunday, 1909; had a private conversation with her, her mind was the same as usual, perfectly herself. she attended church once a year, was never anxious to meet her priest, saw her after her first stroke of paralysis, did not consider her mind affected. Cross-examined as to a letter he had written to Mr. Walsh, of New Jersey. fathertif little Alice, in which he stated the reason Mrs. Monroe ?lid not pro? vide for little Alice was because it was thought her mind was affected. Ob? jection to this going before jury was raised by Mr. F. It was overruled and it went to the jury. Mrs. M. had told him she would provide for Kate and Alice at her death. J. B. Proctor. In Sept.. 1909, had made contract with Mrs. M. for rent of building, had known Mrs. M. for 22 years, worked for her frequently, con siilered her a shrewd business woman and bet mental condition good. Told him she had changed her will. Noticed that about Oct. 12 her mental condition had changed and she was gradually weakening. Court adjourned to Monday 11 a. m. FINED FOR STUDENT ROW In the opinion of Police Justice Shackelford the Greeks were equally culpable with Marshall Gravatt,of Port Royal, Va., senior in the engineering school at the University of Virginia, in the trouble which nearly resulted in a riot at the Charlottesville restaurant Sunday night, June 12th. The fines imposed were: Jim and Tom Dem?s, $2?> each; Geo. and Nick Domas, $10 each; Gravatt, $25. Attorney for Dem as noted an appeal. Mr. Gravatt p.?id his fine. CURED OF CANCER Mr. David L Kennedy, of Spotayl vania, who has been in Boston, Mass., for several weeks under a specialist for treatment of cancer of the lip, return? ed home Saturday enterly recovered. PROF. HARRIS ACQUITTED Knd of the Murder Trial at Mansssas. Not guilty, was the verdict of the jury Friday evening at Manassasin the case of Prof. J. D. Harris, who was triad 00 tha charge of having murdered W. A. Thompson, of Warrenton, la Warrantai In April, 1900, When the verdict was announced the accused sprang to his feet and i rn braced his sister, who had sat by his side .luring the trial. Marshall MeCormick made the con? cluding argument for the defendant. Attorney .1. A. c. Keith concluded the argument for the prosecution. The jury took but one vote, it being the unanimous opinion of the 12 men thai Hams was justified, or excusable, in taking the life of Thompson. A short while after the tragedy liar ria was indicted and tried In Paupnter county. The jury found him guilty and fixed his punishment si four years in tha State Penitentiary. The verdict was set aside by the Court of Appeals for error In the record, and tha case was removed to Prince William county upon the motion of the SCCUSsd, SC companted by the affidavits of 400 resi? dents of Pauquter county, that In their belief Harnt could not obtain a fair trial in that county. Professor Harris, at the time he shot Thompson, was in charge of the Sum mer Normal Scl.I at Winchester, Va. Thompson was associated With Win. Marshal! in editing the Warrenton Vir? ginian. R. A. Hutchinson, one of Harris' at? torney, received a t.-|cji|,oi'.e IMaSagS from Warrenton Friday night stating thai the friends of Thompson wen' drinking and making threats against Harris. The attorney was advised to persuade his client to stay away from Warrenton until the fasting had sub? sided. HARRIS STILL IN MANASSAS Prof. .1. 11 Hams, who was acquit? ted by a jury in Msnassas Friday night of th?- murder of W. A Thompson, "f Warrenton. on tin? streets of that city lasl summer, will remain at Maasssas with friends for a fe? days. The jury's verdict brought out some indications of disapproval, Prienda of litted man advised him to re main away from Warrenli n. WILLIAM M KIM GORDON DEAD Mr. William McKimGordon, 6fl years old, died of Blight's disease at his apartments in Baltimore Sunday. Mr Gordon had been m ill health tor tin' last sear Mr. Cordon was a son ol the late Alexander M. and Margaret M. Km. Gordon. He spent much of his time traveling. He aras unmarried. i ir:?- brother, Mr. Alexander Cordon. and on?- sister, Mrs, -lohn S. Hayes, sin ? ive him. Mr. Cordon had a large family con? nection here and in this section. Hi' was a tirtt COUsin of BUM Alice Cordon and of Judge A. W. Wallace, of this city. His father was born at "Ken more" in this city.and his grandfather, Mr. Sam <'. Cordon, who formerly own edand resided at "Kinnn.re," gave UM. Th?' burial was m I'.alt! more. ORDINATION SERVICES Sermon My Rev. Dr. R. J. McMryde. Ordination services were held Friday morning at th?' FpiSfOpal Theological Seminary, near Alexandria. The hish rgy and candidates for ordina ? nibled in Prayer Hall, formed in procession and marched to the chapi'l. After prayer the sermon was prcach ?.i by the Rev. Robert .1. KcBryde, I). D? of St. George's church. Prederteks burg. The ?-in-didates were than pre tn their respective bishops. BRICK WORKS ON RAPPAHANNOCK D. J. Jenkins, superintendent of the Lire Brick Works at Wilmont, was in Colonial Bsacb Tuesday. He states that their plant is running to its full capacity and that they are turning out as une a grade of rellectory tire brick as can be produced anv where in the eountry. The payroll last month was over 92,000. Colonial Peach Rec? en'. MORCAN TREAT MAY fiUN FOR CONGRESS The most prominently mentioned can? didate for the Republican nomination for congress in the Richmond district is Morgan Treat, former V. S. Marshal. Mr. Treat's friends are seeking to in? duce him to run, and he may lie in the race. COW KILLED BY LIGHTNING Mr. C. S. Hoo|ier, of Melvidere farm, in Spotayrvania, lost a valuable milch cow by lightning Saturday night. Mr. Hooker had just finished milking her when the bolt of lightning came and running along the wire fence killed the cow. CAROLINE COLKI AWRNED Judge Mason adjourm'd June term of Caroline Court Saturday, after having been in session all of the week. A largi' volume of business was trans? acted. SURVEYING CORPS Surveying corps of R.A C.M.R.R. Co. is now in camp at Fairfax C. H. work? ing in this direction. The rainy weather has mterferred with the progress of the work. cook WANTED Wanted.? competent and experienced cook. Cood wages to the right party. Apply to Mra. David Hirsh, Prince Edward St., Fredericksburg, Va. Is-tf NOTICE Don't look for the reliable Norris stop- at tlie old stand; the new and up to-date store is only one and a half block from the old stand, where you will be served in the same courteous way. Everything sold with the guar? antee that guarantees. The leading jewelry store, Cl'.l Main St. Phone 20?. MONEY TO LOAN In sums of J300 and upwards, real estate security. Apply to Chichester A Chichester, attorneys._Is tf REAL ESTATE WANTED Ifyouhavo City Property, Coun? try Property, or real estate of any description, and desire to rent it, place it in the bands of Jno. W. Allison, Jr., Frederiekshurg, Va. who will rent and give it his per? sonal attention. Chancellor Makes The Price ! Spring' Farming' 1910 lawrlctt Win? r'ettdng, 'nun 20 to 6H Inr-hes high; liarbed Wire aud titaples, Huperlor Disc Drills, Draff >uid Sprlii)/ TiMith HitrriwH, Tin? Ment Miuiiirn Sprea?lera, The Beat (lasollne Engines, _ to 20 Horse Powarj Raw Mitt?, Fermer"'Friend torn Drills, with and without furtlllser attachments! the Moat Im uruveii f'r-nm Hwparatora .?'I pis?-??; I land ami Horse and Riding Cultivators, Farm Wagons, Carriages, lltforloa, i.mI other VhIiI. ' ' i? Hooting Paper and Capa, Oliver Chilled Plowa, Farmers' Friend Plows, '..ir-iD. Chains, Weil Itti.-hot- >Uttdao, Hoes, and otHer rarinltig lmi>iemeiita bought for caah In larga im.iit1.lr? and ofhrad at the y*Tj lowest cash prie- KKMEMMEH THI NAMK AND PLACE M. S. Chancellor FARMERS SUPPLY STOKE, Commerce Street. DID YOU READ W. JONES' AD in the last issue of this paper? If not go to Jones' store all through June. Special Bargains are Being Offered DON'T MISS THIS SALE C.W.JONES "GOLD MEDAL" Family Flour Is tti? Flour that's used by millions because it is The Best and Most Economical On Sale by the Following Merchants in Sacks or Barrels: Doggett & Scott, A. Wooding, Harris & Bro J J. Perry & Son, A. P. Jacobs, John M. ttrimn, Oeo. Freeman, Geo. Hassan, L. Wormley & Co., John J. Brauer, F. L. Kube. W- Hi Agent For Fredericksburg._ Royal Swell,34 892 Season 1910 ALLANDALE FARM, ??? COCAL MARKETS. ((k>rrected by Simon Hirsh & Bro. ) Wheat, $1.01) to $1.05; corn, 72 to 75; meal, $1.70 to $1.75; oats, (30 to 0; old hens, live, 14 to 15; dressed, 15 to In; spring chickens, IS to 20, Ib.; eggs, 'S to 19; lard, 15 to 16; ducks; live, 10 to 12; dressed 12 to 15; butter, 20 to 25;country hams, 16 to IS; bacon sides, Hi; Irish potatoes, 40 to 50; lambs, $2.50 to $4 ; hides, green, 7 ; dry salted, 10 to 12; dry hides, 10 to 15; calf skins No. 1, $1.00 to $1.25; baled hay, $1S to $20 per ton; live hogs, B to '.?; Iieef, live weight, ?1 to 4;pnrk, I to lo; wool, 2.'! to 25 per lb; veal, ?! to 7; sweet potatoes. $1.00 to $1.10; se<-d Farly Rose ; m I a toes. 65 to 75 HORSE I I For Sale Heavy Draught Horse. Weight, 1,300 lbs. more or less. Apply to Graham Hildrop, Livery and Sale Stable HERE 'TIS! The Suit Bargain ^ of the Season. A Pure Linen Coat Suit NATURAL COLOR Only $5.Q8. With each of these splendid suits we present you FREE OF CHARGE A Pure Linen Parasol to match. This is without doubt the biggest bargain ever offered in the suit line. Come and see them. J.T. Lowery & Co. BOBOWOeOMMWeOI L.Boscobel Farm Poultry... ? BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS Chicks Newly Hatched, 25 for $3.00; 50 or more, 10c each Put in orders early, as they will be filled in turn. Eggs for Setting, $1.25 for 15. Both Eggs and Chicks shipped in crates, especially^designed, furn mat? free of charge. For further particulars, address B0SC0BEL FARM, Poultry Departmei?, 0 FREDERICKSBURG, VA. ft Crowns and Bridge Work a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. Dr. J. Gar nett King. tumsi Office-906;i-2 Main St, Fredericks burg. CEMENT. Parties wanting cement will save money by purchasing Lehigb Portland from B. J. Marshall. The best cement and lowest price. m2Sslm-ro2811m CHICHESTER S PILLS W ^-^ iiiK in vu?)?,!? usina * 1*41..I A.I.,. .rllrsatMU; lll^SMl?', tHtmw^iWr+m?/, till, m K.? S?4 4..U ?.milkV buus. Mtlc] ?11? U,M KlttML " Taa. v. .l?.-r Has ?/ rtw ? ?niVa * .i??aMsnr?r?n|a uiaHono hkoi? pills, ??St r?nk*oansit?nl.StW?stal'???a?U?t?? SftltY?WUa^TSt>amWH?| HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. Fine prices paid for country hams, bacon, calves, lambs, chickens, egge and country produce in general. Harris A Bio., Iapl4-6m Fredericksburg, Vs.