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Miss Mabel Margrave, of Richmond, is a guest of Mrs. Hayes Beck with. Mrs. K. H. I'riti'hett, who has been ill at her home here, is much improved. Dr. A. A. Arritt. of l'ost Oak. Spot sylvanit county, was i?i the citv Thurs? day. Mr. ?George & l>a\is left Thursday for a visit to bis daughter. Mrs. An drew Marshall, in Caroline county. He will return Saturday. Mrs. Kuthenne W. T??rrence. wife of the late John K. Turrence. formerly of Station!, died in Atlanta Sunday. She is surviv?"?! by three s?>ns. When you buy "Gold Medal" Hour from W. L Bmnnan you ar?' buying it from the mills' agent; voti therefore save money. Sacks l_'c. sic, 11.68, tt.U and tun?is f&6&. "Gold Medal" ; flour is the best ilour milled in America. Try it and ><?<? for yourself. Miss Ellen Houglas Somerville has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. H. C. Marchant, of Middlesex County. Bad is now a guest of Miss Sarah" Lard, at "Little Kails." Studebaker \ eludes ar?' favorably known evervw here. Decker and Alric'h hav?' a full iine of these farm wagons, spring wagons, sullies, top and open buggies. Good work at moderate pnces. . The funeral <?f John Williams, color ?d. took place from his horn?', in King George, .lune 18th, conducted by l>r. J. H. A. Cyrus, of 1'ort Royal, and Rev. L. D. Robinson, of Washington. It was a large funeral. II? leaves Ins wife and one son. More quality, more style, better MTV' ice than in any store m this section can be had at Jones'. Dry goods, ladies' ready to wear and millinery Mr. Laval A. Cohen, of New York, is here connected with the pants fac? tory. When your eyes need attention think ?.f the .Noms Jewelry Store; they are ?quipai to give you the full test and guaran?' satisfaction, Moderate pric?'s on frames and lenses. 818 Main St l'hone BOOL Oftieer Jerome Jenkins, of the Metro? politan Police Force, Washington, is spending a few days here at his old home with relatives. Mr. .1. R. Sullivan, one of the lead? ing sawmill men of Spotsyl, ania, was here Friday. Miss l'i:\!is Junes returne?! to her, home in Richmond Thursday. Mr. James Folk Gammon has gone to Rapidan to spend several weeks with the family of Prof. S. W. Somerville at their country home there. Mrs. J. F. Gammon is in Richmond, a guest of Mrs. Robertson, and will visit other friends before her return home. The property on Fau?niier street owned by Mrs. I) C. Cole, occupied by Mr. Mcrherson and family, has been handsomely repainted. Cadet H. F. Lee, who ha? been at? tending the V. M. L. at Lexington, has returned to the home of his par ? nts, Cfcpt. and Mrs. 1?. M. I.ee. at Highland Home, Staffonl. How about your eyes? Are they failing you! We tit and adjust Super? ior Eye GlaOS?V? and Spectacles to your eyes and guarantee satisfaction. Eyes tested free. Broken lenses correctly matched. S. S. Kaufman, jeweler and optician. That big Iwt of wash dresses are here. $2."><i dresses at |1.89, *?*> dresses at QL88, %%.S0 dresses at $6, in white, blue, lavender, gray, tan and natural linen colors. Come quick. The T. N. Brent Store. Watches, dianwnds, jewelry, silver of the right sort vou will find in our com? plete stock. Every article guaranteed. and our prices are most enticing. Call and *ee at S. S. Kaufman's, the jew? eler. Mr. F. <". S. Hunter, clerk of court of King George county, with his bride, arrived here Thursday from their bridal trip North and left by steamer for King George. Mr. E. G. Heflin has nearly complet? ed the \ ork of tearing down the old fright depot ami construction of the new passenger depot is progressing well. c Mr. Chas. W. Edrington was in Washington Friday. Mr. Bruce McCellan. who has been a guest of Mr. F. W. Carter, l?-ft Friday for New York. ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS. We allow $l.">t) for one dollar gold pieces in exchange for jewelry, watches, silver, etc., in our stock. S. S. Kauf man, the jeweler. PROF. RUSSELL TO VISIT SUMMER NORMALS Frof. E. H. Russell has returned from Chartottesville, where be assisted in the organization of the School of Methods. He expects to be here when the Summer Institute opens and will probably make an address on that oc? casion. Prof. Russell expects to visit all of the Summer Normals in the State dur? ing July. DEPOSITIONS Attorneys Ahm T. Embrey. W. W. Butzner and F. M. ?Cbiebeeter were en? gaged Friday taking depositions in the case of Haydon, etc.,v. Smith and als., before Commissioner Frederick W.Cole man, of Spotsylvania Circuit Court. The case is up for report concerning the title to a valuable tract of land in Spotsylvania county. GONE TO URBANNA Messrs. Clarance R. and W. Key Howard. W. J. Phillips, Mr. K. Bau man, Miss Cordelia Bauman and others have gonelo Urbanna to attend a Ma? sonic banquet there Friday night in honor of Mr. P. K. Bauman. Mr. Phil? lips is one of the speakers of the occa? sion. BROKE SHAFT AND HARNESS A horse attach?*! to a buggy owned by W. H. Handback, of Warrenton. broke away from a tree he was tied to near the bridge Thursday evening and broke a shaft and portion of the har? ness. THE DAMAGE SUIT Declaration Filed in Circuit Court of Spotsylvania. The declaration in the $ 10,000 dam? age suit against W. S. Chesley, K. N. Coolrick, E. W. Jones and N. C. Decker has been tiled En the Circuit Court of ?Spotsylvania county by I). M. Armstrong, who complains that he has been damaged to the extent of the above amount by reason of the si-arch of his premises' on April t, 1910, for supposed intoxicating litpiors. The case will likely come up at the October term of the court and will create considerable interest. The plaintiff, o. M. Armstrong, is represented bv Juilge Alun T. Enibrey and Mr. F. \\. Coieman, and the de? fendants are represented by Messrs. Crandall Mackey.of Alexandria countv; B. P. Willis, F. M. Chicbester and \V. K. C.Kilrick. of this i'ity. INDICTED FOR MURDER lil. Lee to Be Tried at Spotsylvania August Term. Judge Mason held a special term of the Circuit court at Spotsylvania Wed n sad ay. A special grand jury was sworn in, with J. L. Flippo as foreman, which brought in the following indictments against Ed. Lee: Indictment for murder of Zack Haw son; Indictment for carrying a pistol Concealed, and indictment for carrying concealed knuck9. The .ase was set for trial at the August term. Attorneys Lee J. Craves, Benj. Pur? vis, F. W. Coieman and T. Stokeley Coieman were present. A larg?' erOWU of colored people at? tended court. VISIT TO WALSINGHAM AND BELLE GROVE ESTATE Mr. A. H. Judy, who purchaseii a ?lortion of Traveler'? Rest farm, in Stafford, hail as his guests Dr. T. F. Rodger?, of Seattle, and Prof. H. E. Cox. of Greenville, Ohio. He took them down t<? the Walsingham and Belle Clove otate, at Fort t'onway, owned by Mr. J. F. Jack, of Iais Aqgelcs. These gentlemen were delighted with what they saw. There has been cut this season 400 tons of alfalfa in the mow. which is sold and awaiting hal? ing and shipment. In ten ?lays-lisi tons more will be cut. They hail no iilea that farming was ?lone here with such nnHlerii metho?ls. The trip back to Fredericksburg was made from Port Royal, and an oppoT' tunity was presented to see th?' Vir gum? wheat harvest m full Operation. METHODIST S. S. EXCURSION TO WIDEWATER Quite a large ?rowd went on the Methodist Sunday ?chool excursion which left lure for Wide water Thurs ?lay morning at !? o'clock. Besides the teachers and scholars of the school a number of others went for a day's out? ing. .Some went over later on the 1 ? ? 2t'> a. m. train and the 1:2> p. m. train, it having been arranged for the latter to stop at Widewater through the re queet of Col. EL I). Cole. The day, while warm, was pleasantly spent by the children and grown-up people. Bathing, boating, swinging, croquet, baseball and feasting were some of the features enjoyed by the excursionists. The train was scheduled to return here at 7 p. m. DEFEATED LANCASTER ; LOST TO KILMARNOCK The last two games playeil by Frtsl icksburg High School baseball team on their trip down the Rappahannock Were at Kilmarnock, between the Kilmar DOCk team and the Lancaster C. 11. team. F. H. S. lost to Kilmarnock and won from Lancaster. Scores were a.s follows; Kilmarnock, t.; F. H. S.. o. Batter? ies, Fubank and Duhrman. Wright and Willoughby. Fredericksburg got only L' hits. Lancaster, .'.; F. H. S.,7. Batteries, Talh'v and Corn well; Freeman and Willoughby. HOSPITAL IMPROVEMENTS The firm of Larkin Jefferson & (Jo. has received the contract for painting all exterior and interior woodwork,&c, at the Mary Washington Hospital, his bid for same being $138.50. Another contract signed with E. G. Hetlin for further improvement at the hospital was for $119.00; these two sums, making $2><7.f>0, will be paid by Mrs. Mason with money collected for hospital improvement. SONS OF VETERANS APPOINTMENTS The following appointments for the department of Northern Virginia, United Sons of Confederate Veterans, are an? nounced: Dr. W. J. Chewning, assis? tant surg??on general; Judge J. B. T. Thornton, of Manassas,judge advocate; W. McDonald Lee, of Irvington. as? sistant adjutant general. VOTING LISTS POSTED Treasurer R. T. Knox's list of all who paid their capitation taxes have been posted at the courthouse and mayor s office, the lower and upper voting precincts. Anyone desiring to get their name on this list has thirty days in which to do so, if no legal ob? stacles are in the way. FINE CABBAGE Mr. Norman LeCouteur, of Stafford, has a splendid crop of cabbage. Ile bas been bringing them to market since May. Yesterday he brought us one which weighed 12 pounds. It is of the Jersey Wakefield variety. HAS CHARGE OF TWO CHURCHES Rev. James S. Keene. youngest son of Mrs. F. E. Keene, who attended Vanderbilt University at Nashville last session, has been given by the Tennes? see conference two churches for the summer months at Ethridge, Tenn. WANTED Man to sell and collect. Singer Sew? ing Machine, Fredericksburg, Va. j25-Gt JUDGE GOOLRICK'S SALARY Action of Council Increasing it to $1,300 Ik-come* Operative Without Mayor's Signature. The action of the City Council voting an increase of salary to Judge John 1 ? Oaolrich la now in rone ana tin.? judge will receive $1,800 per uniuini from Sent, l, 1910. Disagreeing with City Attorney Kitz hugh in his const ruction of the provis ions of the Virginia constitution rela? tive to the right of the Council tO Oil large or diminish the salary of a judge of the Corporation courts of dues ??t the SOCOnd class during the term ??I office of the judge, the mayor did not approve this action, hut he would nol veto it fur the reas.?n lhat as il was not the wisdom of this uttion of the CoOll cil, hut the law that was in i|iiestioii, the courts, and not the mayor, can de? termine the constitutionality >>f tin? law. The vote of the Council stittxl !? for ami 1 ugainst increasing the salary. LEAVE FOR BRAZIL Misses (?race and Janet Butler, Mrs. Lillian Thompson and two children, Miss UII?U1 and Master Franklin 'Thompson, left Frida?, tor New York, where they will sad for their homes in Brazil on the steamer Sae I'aulo, which loaves Saturday. Miss (?race Butler graduated from Krederickshurg College during the ses sitin which closed June 1, and she will not return to this country for several years. Miss Janet Butler will return in Sep teinher to continu?' her studies m the college here. Tin' (>arty will he on the ocean uhout thr?e weeks before reaching their des? tination, at I'emamhiu'o. Many friends were at the station to say farewell and hid the party " !>on voyage." SUIT OVER A CLOCK Mr. A. B. Lewis and wife, Mrs. Belli M. Lewis, have tiled through their at? torney, Alvin T. Kmhrey. a motion in i tie Corporation court to msaorro tin m junction which was heretofore awarded against them by the Corporation court restraining them from disposing of a large clock, which Mr. John M. W. (ireen claims belongs to lum, he having purchased it from Mr. Lewis. Mr. \V. K. Goohriek is counsel for Mr. Green. The case will come up m the Corpora tion court in a short time. '1 he clock was attached by Sergeant Chichester sotne time ago, and brought here and placed in the Courthouse. FUNERAL OF MR JOHN BROWN The remains of Mr. John lirown, who died in Washington Monday night, ar riveil here on tlie ;?:L'I a. in. tram and were taken directly to the Presbyterian church, where the funeral was held, conducted by Rev. J. II. liemlerhte,as? sisted by Rev. II. A. Williams. The pallbearers were Messrs. s. B. Fasthurn, Alvin T. Howe, .1. W. Thomas, Geo. A. Walker. Chas, Cash anil J. Conway Chichester. Interment in City Cemetery. GOBLER HATCHED OUT 18 YOUNG TURKEYS Several weeks ago we published the fact that a turkey gohler owned by Mrs. Joseph Pompsey, of the Wilder? ness, in Spotsylvania, was setting on 22 eggs and was still sticking to tin The gobler stuck to his job and hatched ??ut 1? tine young turkeys. He i.* carry ing them around and feeding them dur? ing the day and at night shelters them beneath his wings. HEAVY ENGINE OVER BRIDGE Mr. J. A. Ferrell with a force of nun took across the Free Bridge Friday a ten ton traction engine. The passage was witnessed by several hundred peo pie. The weight made no impression on the bridge. DIVORCE IN SPOTSYLVANIA Frank D. Mastin, of mar Hicks' Store, was granted an absolute divorce in the Circuit court of Spotsylvania Wednesday from his wife, Minnie it. Mastin. Lee J. (?raves was attorney for Mast?n, and K. I. Copl?n, of Louisa, for Mrs. M. SALE OF PROPERTY Commissioner Frederick W. Cole man and Judge Alvin T. Embrey sold at public auction at Falls Church Thursday a house and lot belonging to the estate of Cyrene Callinger to Mr. H. L. Christian for $2,125. HARVEST This is real harvest weather- hot and dry. By the last of the week the wheat crop will be cut down. Oats will come next, then the late timothy. The early grass has already been cut. GRACE CHURCH, CAROLINE COUNTY On Sunday next, morning service, consisting of holy communion with ser? mon, will be held at 11 o'clock. This church has just been completely re? stored and is rendered very beautiful and fit for worship. TRINITY CHURCH There will be no morning service in Trinity church on Sunday. The even? ing service at 8 o'clock will be held as usual. NEW HOPE CHURCH There will be Children's Day service at New Hope, Stafford county, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All are invited. SEALER OF WEIGHTS Robt. H. Cordon has been appointed by Judge Mason as the sealer of weights for the county of Spotsylvania. JURORS PAID The twelve jurors who sat in the Monroe will case were paid Thursday for five days, receiving $7.50 each. The Conway, Gordon & Garnett ...NATIONAL BANK I REDERICKSBURG, VA. Deposits Solicited. Negotiable Paper Discounted All correspondence promptly answered in 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. MACON-TALIAFERRO Miss Frances Armistead Taliaferro, daughter of lion, and Mrs. C. C. Talia ferror, o? Orange, and James (Jonway Macon, of Fittsburg, were married Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock m St. Thomas' Episcopal church, Orange, Rev. Robert s. Carter officiating. The chani'cl was banked with palms and rose?? and lighted candles and tall vases of whit?' lilies decorated the altar. Mrs. ft, It. BetUaon, of Fortress Monroe, was dame of honor, SbSWOTS Imported chiffon, built ?over pink Mtin, and carried l.a Franc roses. The bridesmaids, Misses Nancy Sbackel f?ird, Fvelyn Marhsall, I.ilia Bradbury, and Margaret Taliaferro,all <ii ("range, ?rore frocks of pmk ami white organdie and carried pink buds. I.atimer Small Mscon.of Orange, was his brother'? best man,and the grooms? men included: John Newton Marshall, of New York, Jacob Stair IV.,of York, Fa.; Eugene Murray and Lee Collins, of PittSDUrg; Charles Champs Taha fern?, Jr., and A. Barclay Taliaferro, of St. Louis, brothers of Ihe bride. The bride wore an exouisite gown of imported chiffon, embroidered In a rose design,draped nliT B heavy white latin, and made with a court train. The bodWC WSI tnnimed With rose |?oint ISCe that had been Worn by se?., ral generations of brides, noted among the Beautiful aromen of Virginia, and her Ornament? ol pearls were also heir? loom-. She carried a shower bouquet of lih'S ?if the valley and white orchids, and her long lulle veil WM arrant;.'.! with pearls. After the ceremony a reception was given at "Birdley," the home of the brill's parents Tat boues was a bower of pmk and white Mowers and an orchestra played during the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Mac.n left for a trip 10 Canada, and will be at home after July 1TJ in Sewickley, Fa. GRESHAM-PINCKARD Wednesday, at Itchoboth Methodist church, in Lancaster county. Miss Elizabeth Genevi?ve Pinckardwaa mar ried tn Mr. ?Philip kfercer Greahara. Leading the bridal procession came two ribbon girls, Norma Carney and Norma Kellam. followed by the ushers, K. o. Norris, Jr.. Dr. B. il. B. Hub bard and Willar.l Hall, ?if I. . II Mason Brent, of Northumberland, and Marion G. Willis, Jr., of Freder ieksburg. Miss Fila Stuart (in-sham ??am?' next a? flower girl She was fol? lowed by the brid.'-maids. Misses Al leyne Ki'lley. of Baltimore; Nannie Dunaway and Lila Combs, of Lancas? ter, and Lottie Snow and Enid Kelley, of Northumberland. Preceded by little Asbury Plnckard Joyner, of Baltimore, nephew of the bride, acting as ring bear?-r, came the bride, gowned in white satin, with (S'lirl trimming,wear big a lace veil, with orange blocaoma, and carrying a shower bOUUOCt of roses and lilies of the yallev. She was at tended by her r-i-t?-r. Misa Grace Greg i I of honor, gowned in light blue i rape de ehine, with gold lace trimming, with blue chiffon hat and gloves to match. The groom, at? tend.-d by his ?brother, Mr. Carroll Greaham, as best man, met the brida at the altar, where the ceremony was performed by Fey. ft. L. War?'. Mrs. John It. Atwill, of Wicomico Church, was organist. The mu.-ic was turn?! by Miss Susie K. Chilton,of Lancaster. After the ceremony the bridal party returned to the home of UM bride's mother, where a reception was held. Later Mr. and Mrs. < in-sham drove to White Stone wharf, on the Uappahan nock, and left by steamer for Balti? more, going thence to Atlantic City. On their return they will live at Lan? caster, when Mr. Cresham has erected a hanilsome residence. SANNER-SHENTON Mr. S. F. Sanner, of Baltimore, and Mi-- Kate A. Shenton. daughter of (apt. and Mrs. Richard Shenton, form? erly of tins eity,now of Balthnore,were married Monday at the borne of the bride's parents in that city. ENTERTAINED HIS FRIENDS Mr. Benjamin Custia Grymeagave an elegant BUppCT at his handsome home, Woodstock, on the Potomac Kiv.-r at Mathias point on Wednesday afternoon, June 22nd, in honor of his ushers. Dr. George Stuart, of Alexandria; Dr Arthur Snowden, of Washington. Mr Charles White and Dr. Arthur Uooe, of Washington, and his best man, Mr. A. J. Orymcs, of New York. Besides these all of Mr. Grymes* gentlemen friends from the neighborhood were present. The supper consisted of everything the season could afTord. The table was laden with all that could satisfy the inner man and it was splendidly pre? pare?! by the old family servant and served in the old Virginia style. The large crowd present was a testi? mony of Mr. (irymes1 popularity. An enjoyable time was ?pent HANOVER PARK OPENING Large Crowd Sees Moving Pictures, ?ta. A large crowd was at Hanover Park Thursday night at the opening for the amusement season. The motion pic? tures an?l vaudeville were of the high? est order and was enjoyed by the large crowd. All the lights were not up. but all of them will be in operating order tonight and later an even a bet? ter show is expected. It is expected that large crowds will attend. DIED IN WASHINGTON Mrs. Mary H. Shelton, who was taken from the Mary Washington Hos? pital here .several months ago to Wash? ington, died in that city Thursday, aged 70 years. Her body was brought here Friday. Interment in City Cem? etery. STORM IN KING GEORGE A severe wind storm passed 0VOT a portion of King George county Satur? day evening, blowing down tress arid doing eonsitlerable damage. The wind was so hot that many believed a fire was raging in the neighborhood. ACCIDENT Little Miss Annie Bruce Dean met with a painful accident Wednesday. She had climbed on an iron fence anil fell, her leg catching and being splintered. Dr. W. J. Chewning rendered medical attention. PREACHING AT SPOTSYLVANIA Rev. Mr. Kovannugh, the evangelist, will preach two sermons at Zion church at Spotsylvania C. H., on Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:.10 p. m. FAIRVIEW CHAPEL, LEAVELLS There will be held in Fairview chapel at I.eavell'8 a Children's Day service on June 26. at 2:15 p. m.. after which Rev. T. E. Thomas will preach. HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. Fine prices paid for country hams, bacon, calves, lambs, chickens, eggs and country produce in general. Harris & Bro., Iapl4-6m Fredericksburg, Va. MONEY TO LOAN In sums to suit on good security. Ap? ply to Lee J Graves, attorney Itf ORANGE Harvest Damage By Storm-Other Notes. Unionville, Va., June B, l'Jlo. The prevailing clear but warm spell, aftOT SO much Continuous rain, is giv? ing the farmers a chance to harvest their wheat crops, which ore abundant An electric storm on Monday even ing, in fact a scries of storms on that date, did nun h damage m various near b] sii-tiuns. Several telephone poles were np|M?d up by lightning on a pri vat.? telephone line from Kapidan lo the farm of T. W. Carter, of Orange. . ITC wind, cyclonic in its ti'ii deney, uprooted and twisted off H or 10 large trees on the farm of Mr. Crny Hume ant) in the yard of Mr. Roberta on the mountain side, near the Kapi ?Ian river. Mr. James M. Gardner hail tw?) yearlings kill -d by lightning on his farm near Kvcrona. The storm was BCCOmpanied by hail, which did much damage t?> crop- and ganioM m various sections. Protracted meetings will begin at the Christian church here on the WfOnd Sunday m August. Mr. James it. GouUtnan has returned from an extend?-?! visit to friends in Madison. Mr. Gouldman. who Is known as a ?.?allant i-\-('nnfcdf rate and saw ser?, ne in the famous Braxtofl Battery, is hale und hearty. He met bis old friend, Mi. Bazzell, ami talked over ol'l times. Miss Leona Childresa has returned from Rockport. Ky., where she taught school during the past session. X. X. X. WILDERNESS NEWS Wilderness, Va., June 22, 1910, The farmers are busy with ?Tops, and everything looks vigorous and flourish ing on the ttl.l Wilderness. "Telephone " is the talk of the day. Poles BTC all in place, and WO are hop ing to have the line in UM and l??' SMS to talk t?t " town " MOO, Me-srs. J. B. and R, ('. Duval, stu? dents at Richmond College, an boom for their vacation, an?l s|M?nt the week end at Dr. Gordon's. Mr. James Tanner has accepted a po? sition m Cincinnati. We wish him sue cess. Prof. Hugh F. Willis is at his sum? mer home, DlWOod. His father and family are with him. We are glad to welcome them to the Wilderness. Miss Mary Gordon ami sister. Miss Fannie, who have been at GrOCHWOOd on a visit, have gone to Richmond. Mr. A. Gordon Spottswood is recover ing from his recent illness. Invitations are out for the marriage of Mies Marguerite Penny, of New York, to Mr. Armistoad Gordon on the 2!Uh of June. Mr. Howard Scott has returned from Washington, where be was engaged m business. Prof. J- M. Harris recently purchased a number of line bogl from the KM wood farm. It is iiidee?! gissl news to know there is a prospect for good roads In old Spot? sylvania county. It will mean pros parity. We are greatly pleased to have good neighbors at old (hanrellorsville. It is su- h a pretty place, and is I eing put in thorough repair. atonal. ITEMS FROM KING GEORGE King Ceorge Co., Va., June 2.'ird. Miss Minnie Baker, who has been a guest of her brother, Mr. Robt. Maker, at Edge Hill. left on Monday for Char lotteaville, to attend the School of Methods. Rev, Frank Hurruss, of Gloucester Point, is assisting Rev. R. G. James in aseries of meetings at Trinity church this week. Mr-. I'.. C. W. Raid, of Baltimore, is a guest of of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Donerty, at Waverley. Miss Nannie Byrd Turner is visiting Miss Barksdale near Richmond. Mrs. John (i. Boggs. who s|>ent the past month visiting her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Wallace Sett, of Se wickley, l'a., has returned to her home her.?. Among Lie young ladies from this section who left on Monday for Char Inttesville t<j attend the School of Methods were Misses Janet Latane, Lucy O'Mohundro ami Metta Rust. Hev. Boy Mason, of the Bagged Mountain Mission, n??ar Charlottesville, is a guest of Mrs. Wm. Tayloe and family at i'owhatan. Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Welch are in Washington, where they yesterday at tended the marriage of their sister, Miss Mary Welch, to Mr. Nathanial I. Hall. A gentleman of prominence in King GeorgOescurad his marriage licenses few days ago and by some accident lost the all-important document. A few hours before the wedding wa9 to be consummated he discovered his loss, but not the license. A messenger was sent in post haste a distance of fifteen miles to secure a duplicate and return? ed in time for the ceremony to take place at the appointed hour. KING GEORGE NOTES King (ieorge Co., Va., June 23. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Darling have re? turned from a trip to Atlantic City. Miss Nancy Byrd Turner is visiting friends in Alexandria. Mrs. Reed, of Baltimore, is visiting Mrs. N. B. Doherty, at Ducat. Mrs. L. T. Ninde and children, of Colonial Beach, are visiting Mrs. John Fitzhugh, at Owens. Mr. Rice Hooe, of Washington, is a guest of his sister, Mrs. J. H. Boggs, at Comorn. Little Misses Lucilo and Sallie Boggs are on a visit to relatives and friends in Warrenton. Mrs. Wm. Smoot, of Alexandria, is a guest of Mrs. J. F. Jones, of near Hampstead. Mis? Estelle Berry is visiting her grandfather, Mr. B. R. Grymes, at Bel Air, Md. Miss Lucy Meade, of White Post, Clark county, is a guest of Miss Homer Stuart. TO THE PUBLIC I have taken the old stand, No. 825 Main street, where I have opened a regular jewelry and optical business, and I hope by skilful workmanship and prompt attention to all orders entrust? ed to me to gain your confidence and win your patronage. I have had nineteen years experience as an optician, and will examine your eyes correctly and advise you what to do free of charge. Private optical room. J. W. Brereton. j24-dlm-llm EXECUTORS' NOTICE Having qualified as executors under the will of the late Absalom McGee, all those having claims against his estate will please present them properly au? thenticated to us for payment, and all those indebted to his estate, whose debts are evidenced by bonds, notes or otherwise, will please make arrange? ments to settle the same with us at once. Alvin T. Embrey, H. Lewis Wallace, Is4jw4w Executors of A. McGee. BLACK PEAS FOR SALE We have 30 bushels of black peas which we can sell cheap. C. H. Montgomery & Co. J25-I3t MONEY TO LOAN In sums of $300 and upwards, real estate security. Apply to Chiehester A Chichester, attorneys. Is tf Chancellor Makes The Price I Spring Fanning' 1910 Aiiinrlcftu Wire I'.'iiclng, from 'Jit to CM luches high; Barbed Wire and Staples, Superior Disc Drills, Draf an.! Spring Tiioth HurrowH, The Best Alauure Spreaders, The Best Gasoline Engins?, 2 to 20 Eon? Power; Saw MIIU. FarmerH' Friend Don Drills, with and without fertiliser attachments! the Most ?_? iiroTH?! (ream Sepiirutors, all ?flMK Hand and Horse and Hiding Cultivators, Farm Wagons, Carriages, HijggI?'?, and other fahlclaa, I'ar Booting I'aper and Caps, Oliver Chilled Plows, Farmers' Friend Plows, Chums, l'Iiatim, Well Bucket?, Spadat, Hoes, and other Farming Implements bought for cash In large jiiih.M.I.mi.11,1 offer??! at the very lowest 8Mb \,r\ce KUMFMBKK THfc NAME AND PLACE M. S. Chancellor FARMERS' SUPPLY STORE, Commerce Street. DID YOU READ C. 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 b the 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. Griffin, Geo. Freeman, Geo. Hassan, L. Wormley & Co., John J. Brauer, F. L. Eube. Agent For Fredericksburg. Royal Swell,34892 Season 1910 ALLANDALE FARM, ?*?** REAL ESTATE WANTED If you have City Property, Coun? try Property, or real estate of any description, and desire to rent it, place it in the hands of Jno.W. Allison, Jr., Fredericksburg, Va. who will rent and give it his per? sonal attention. NOTICE Don't look for the reliable Norris store at the 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, 619 Main St. Phone 200. NOTICE To our sumac customers: On account of our very large stock of leaf sumac on hand from last season's crop, and very little demand for the manufac? tured article, we will not be in the' market at the beginning of the coming season. Should conditions change we will promptly notify you from this paper. John G. Hurkamp Co. Ij23-tf. Headquarters For All Kinds of Leather Sole leather, Stilus, Strips and Blocks, either Hemlock or Oak. Harness Leather, Belting and Lacing, all sties. Calf Skins and Blacksmith Aprons. We don't handle anything bat the best. All guaranteed to give perfect satisfac? tion as to prices, etc. tf. John G. iiuriamp Co. DR. H. M. ECKENRODE, DENTIS?. Office hoars 9-1 and 2 to 5; office Mala itrsst, over Ooolrtck ? dmg s tors. HERE 'TIS! The Suit Bargain of the Season. A Pure Linen Coat Suit NATURAL COLOR Only $5.98. With each of these splendid suits we precsnt 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. | New Spring Goods at Special Prices. S Hats for Ladies and Children from 25c up. 5 Ready-made Suits from $3.00 to $25.00. X Waists at 60c, $1.00 and $1.50. SK Children's Dresses 25c, 50c, $1,00, $1.60. Kimonas 25c to $1 GO. B Tne Best 15 and 25c Gauze Lisle Hose in the city. Madras, Poplins, Percales, White Goods, Laces, Netts and Flouncing. Mennen's Talcum Powders 15c. o I ? We have the Best Hats, Suits and Dresses at the Lowest Q Prices. COME ANlJ SEE AT ? Isaac Hirsh & Son's L <y i?rjti??r^?t|^ifcssr^t^y??r>?ttf)srj?^s^'Ci*?0??