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Devn?tv? "? ?^ *?rrir !?i .... ? nrrmerclaJ and Manufacturing Interests o? Frederickabur* and the Tidewat*? *r>c- Pirdw.-*. ^^^ ?HEDEBIOKR^iMO. VA. iHl RfcDAY, OC^ OBER ? >910 PRICE, 3 CENTS AYCR's^ HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the Hair Hair fallin2 out.' Tri>ul.l?.J <?,:!?, sUnJnift? Want more h;iir ' An elegant dri>sinj?? IfWrrrlit-nt?*. ? s?"'.Phur. Oairrin. Quinin. Siadmni ( hlond. ?ssSssisjssiiis-a. ,oukituni J^ Akoh?, y,attl_ c-.rluoss-. We believe doctor* analaCM than iormulj. or we wooM net put It up. AYER'S NAIR VIGOR Does not Color the Hair At?b (VasiravT. T. CAPITAL RESOURCES SURPLIS ? HtOHTS $60 000.<X) ^450,000.00 $16,000.00 r Constant Growth is Best Evidence of Satisfactory Banking -: Deposits June 21,1906 $ 9,018.90 ?> (Fin-t Day ) Deposits July 21,1905"" """$" 40808.09 _ |Fir-t M ? :\h ._ Deposits Dftc. 31, 1906 $118.872.47 DepositsDec. 31. ?907 $243,402.20 Deposits DiTc. 31, i908 $'?70,~j78.78 Deposits Dec. 31, 19?>& "$369,7.51.84 Deposits Jan. 31. f<??0~ " $394.' 87.22 Last Statement to State Corporation Commis.?m. 3 ?r rent interest paid on r-avinvrs accounts. Commercial ac? counts priven every accommodation pos-sil?!?' consistent with conservative bankinp. The Farmers 4 Merchants State ;.ank Frederic ksburc Vo M. G. WILLIS, President. JNO. F. G0ULDMAN, Jr., Cul Bank open on Saturdays until f? p. m. ai*-?-*?*-? -a.-*?*.- Sa?.V??t?. Regular $3.50 Rocker Sale Price While They last, $1.98 In Light or Brown Finish. Only onp to a cus- jjliiitflM O-ly 0. e to a cus tomer. mmm?m tomer. $1.98 PW> $1.98 ART SQUARES ?nd RI OS bought at a forced sale at a great saving. We will give our trade the benefit of this saving. We can sell you an Art Square in Br?ssel!, Moquette, Axminster, Welton, Velvet <>r any make and size you want at a saving of $'-> to $~<J*i on a rug. Let us tell you why we can do this and convince you. PAIR EXHIBIT You will find our Exhibit on first floor of the Exhibition hall. A repr?senta? tive will be in charge of the Exhibit and will be glad to see you and show you the goods. A Souvenir will be given each caller at our Exhibit. W. A. BELL & BRO. Home Outf tters. The Domestic It does work that no other one machine in the world can do. We are in a position to give you the Best Machine made at ont-third less than the reg guiar price Write at once to The T. N. BRENT STORE Fredericksburgr, Va Leap's Prolific Wheat The Most Prolific and Best of Milling Wheats Yields reported from our customers from twenty five to fifty-two bushels per acre. When grown side by side with other kinds this splendid beardless wheat yielded from five to eighteen bushels more per acre on same land and under same conditions as other stand? ard wheats. t Wherever grown it is superseding all other kinds and it should be sown universally by wheat growers everywhere. Write for price and "Wood's Crop Special" which contains new and valuable article, "How to grow big crops of wheat." T. W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va. We are headquarters for Farm Seeds, Grass and Clover Seeds, Winter Vetches, Dwarf Essex Rape, Seed Wheat, Oats, Rye, Barley, etc. Descriptive Fall Catalog mailed tree on request. CHICHESTERolCO. Fire, Life, Accident and Health IINS-URANC E Best Companies and Best Rates. Row lett & Goolrick Building, Princess Anne St. Fredericksburg, Va. IDEFORE ordering MAGA- ? " Z1NES get our big club- H bing catalogue and Special of- mt ten and save MONEY. SOUTHERN SUBSCRIPTION AG'CY.. * <A Postal Card will do. ) Raleigh, N. C aUttU-wlSt W. 8. EWUHEY [Successor to Embrey & Berryman.] Dealer in Railroad Cross Ties, Cedar Posts, Spokes and Hoops. Keeps con? stantly on hand a large supply of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. Office near Rail? road Depot, Fredericksburg, Va, Also Agent for Page Wire Fence Co. IIHOi HIRSH * Commerce St, Fredericksburg, Va. Dealers in all kinds of JO?NTR? ?R?DUOiv, for which highest cash prices are paid. Choice stock of High Grade Family Groceries always on haad. CUTSOUTPOLITICS Taft Will Not Speak Again During Campaign. HAS DONE All HE COULD The President Will Not Take Any Further Steps to End the Fac? tional Disputes in the Re? publican Party. Beverly, Mass . ? ?l?mbt toi if President Tail ?rill speak again in the congre impalgn H? thai he lias done Ills share In bavin?, mail?, his appeal for harmony in the latter sen! Chairman McKinley, <>f the Kepiiii'man congrcsakmal commit tee, anl In havinj- delivered 1" lar-t Saturday ?sight In New Tort cltjr. Ti:e prosldenl win laare it now to tb? Rapubllcans ol the country ta think ov>.r his words and gel l Ible. Mr. Taft'.- friends polnl oui that he lias ?Jone everything that he could do with dignity to bury the factional tight* of the I > congress an?! heal tlis? breach in th? party. When the president in hs Hi Kin ay letter delivered his Invitation for ail Ropubli; .-iris to gel together two things seemed to stand in the way of a re sponse. One of these was th dent's own hostil? attitude toward th?; Insurgents in regard to patra?a the other was the pi illnre to give them any ?redit ! enacted at the last K salon of con? gress. The iii- rid? remove both of these objections, an?l ha believed that ho accomplished his purpoi He announced publicl) his decision to re? store federal patronage to all lnsur gents and th<?n in his Ne? Yorlc on Saturday night frankly ad? mitted the progressiv?? to a abare o! the credit for the legislation enacted The president's ; i advisers feel now that he has extend? ed his harmony Invitation and has backed it up by removing tbe obsta wbli :. !.?? '.v :i responsible, that he has . ently go The ; he I opeaed the way for tb< In regulars to get together in th? elections and work only as Republi? cans. Having pared tbe way, i.. likely from now on himself aloof from tbe political ficht and to leave it to others to build on the foundation hi has laid. The pri - : ni bat been i some \. on the effei t of ih? conciliatory attitude that he has taken. .Many representatives !m\ ? written that his recent s| including bis conaerratlon ip< St. l'a'ii, ha\e giren tbetn ? ft. hold and thai they are now bo| pulling through. )? that have reached tbe ex? ecutive offhes here recently from the middle west 1? ad tbe pri -idem and his advisers to take a much mor. en? couraging view of the situation there as regards th?- COBgressiOlaS] fights. The president's friends say he i?-els that the progressive movement Is so strong in the west that it DO. only Is going to tarry its own ?ami: victory, but it will sweep in with It some of the regular Rep have been renomlnat??1. It i- tbe terrl tory east of the Altoghenli i that Is causing the prosid?'i)t and his friends the Kravest i onrern. SAYS SCHWAB GETS BIG JOB Pittsburg Report Declares He'll Build Chinese Warships. ?Plttsburg, l'a., O? t i In an inter? view during tbe five minute stop of a New York St. I.ouis train. I.??? Some, chief secretary lor Prince Tas of calina. Is credited by ? k i al i..t?j? r with the announcement that .i ion tract for two Chin? se battle cost $ir>,ooo.o??o has been awarded to Charles M. ?Schwab, head of the Beth lehem Steel corporation The prime ami his party traveled through Plttsburg during th? night on Mr. Schwab's special train, but a- Mr. Schwab was not aboard and the print?? was as!<-< p. ment of his secretary could not b The prince sail- from San l-'i SI on Oct. 6 fur China. Bryan to Stump A?jsinst Cannon. Danville, ill., (i<-t i n ?s announc? ed that William i Bryan wool : two days stumping this congr? district again? Speaker cannon, lie will come Into the district al Kanka kee Oct. 20. speaking there, and at Mercenee, Watsel.a und Danville on the first day. The second day will be devoted to the lowr part of tbe di trlct. Steal Gold on Steamer. Seattle. Wash., on. 4 Tbe mail pouches of the steam?;- City ol Seattle from Skagway were robbed of an un? known amount of gold, all the bags be? ing silt open. When the steamer liad ranched her pier here the pass?-ngers ware allowed to leave one at a time, after being carefully searched. Two men were arrested. Secretary Meyer Bound West. 8t. Paul. Minn., Oct. 4.?Thi tary of the navy, <;?'ori;?. von !.. Meyer, his clerk and military aide arrived in St. Paul on the way to the Pacific coast._ WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT Sept.-Oct., 1910. Temperature. .? x ?*. ^ to (t S .s a e} ?o jS-a-, CJ O 87 63 P. C. 90 59 Clear 88 60 Clear 82 60 Clear 75 51 Clear 73 -18 Cloudy 90 60 Clear SPOTSYLVANIA DEEDS List of writings admitted to m the Clerk's office ?if Spotaylvania county Circuit COUll since the August term, 191 WarfleH Coates to M. L loung, 8 acres. .lohn W. (ir.iily ??! US I?' B?* Il Wheel- r Mrs. T. P. V.-rl.y to Joseph I son. 10 aerea, Martha A. Carter to French Acora, dr., 81-2 a?'res. Ida Keningham to Samuel 1!. Stan - i .' a? n t, Maude Grady to A. T. Embrey, 1024-10 acres. c. \v. Tompkina to W. s. Hai Mrs. M. A. Tornipseed to H. L Beazley, :?:'.?; acres. C. K. Chapman et ux to Timothy Temple, Hum tt I!. Mann t.. ROM A. J? '. acres. A. Jenkins to Geo. J. Perry, 3 acres. Anthonys I hori ton to Wm. Thorn? ton. 32 I c. W. Oliver t.? Loreni i Bngblett, release. Ii. Empire Mate Surety Co. loi ?etij. Purvis, power aUofney, Alvin T. Emorey et ux to hate Perk George J, I?:? t? her to Cl riatna S. r. 32 and 1- I .inking Co. tO G. -' ardson, release, G. W. Rkheraon to W. II. Richer ton, 1".-' i ?Embrey an l Armstrong to Eli lis. re' Patrick Despot to I.?'?' J. Graves, 75 E. II. Catlett, special commissioner, t I ?. Porks. MotT - i I;. Poole, rea. A. T. Embrey el u\ to 0. .1. I T. A. Harris. clerk, t.? John Hart, 61 1-8 i. A. A. Cannaday to T. L Cave, 100 ten ? J. P. H. Crismood t.. A. A. Canna T. E. Thomas et tu to M. L Me C???'. _' 1-- acres. A. T. Embrey et ux to Samuel H. Jackson, lots. A. W. ?Maxwell to W. II. Bowe, .-:i i aeree. ?i?... w. Bowman t?> Virginia H. . Il ci F. E. Taylor, 132 acres. !.. Talley toJno. F, Gouldman, Jr., 126 i (?onion and others to .Im?. F, man, Jr., timber. Embrey and Powell, special commit tioner, to George Bcott, I0G 2-3 acres. Jno. F. Gooldman, Jr.. to c. Ryland :. 126 a.-rcs. T. S. Coleman, special commit to John T. True, Jr.. 37 acre-. M. 11. Dickinson to John Brown, M. 1. Poole ?'t u\ t?? W. S Embrey, timber. S. B. II..).??? et vir to Jas. I.. Carter, Umber. IL ?Qoann to Geo M. Jett, 100 acres. "ii James to Julian McWhirt, T. S. Coleman, special commi to I). C. Phillips, 12"? acres. A. I). E?dridge et ux to J. I.. Flippo, 63 acres. .?uintus Richards to V. S. Johnson, 1 !.. act Elizabeth Smith to Henry Ri release. K. I). Cole et ii\ to Emma Mason, 2~< acres. II. Lew/is Wallace to Kate CGoodloe, S3 acres. Kate C. Goodloe to K. J. Durrett. 287 acres. Lee J. Graves, trustee,to J. s. Kent, 70 acres. Alsop, Fitzhugh and Wallace to A. Berger, 253 acres. Sue M. Alsop to A. Bergi I John A. Rhine et ux to Benj. White, 5 acres. Elizabeth Davidson to Thomas C. Chandler, 106 acres. Charle? Mansfield to Manney Jackson, 6 acres. Kate L B. Fionas to J. A. Rowley, 160 acres. M. C. Pates ct ux to \\. W. Butzner. trust on 100 acres. Hehry L. Beazeley to C. W. Tomp kins, trustee, trust on 836 I J. c. Puiliam to !.<??? J ? trustee, trust on 2000 acres. Ezra Goyings to Lee J. (?raves, trus tee. trust ?in '.f.o act Eliza Wallis et vir to A. T. Embrsy, ?rust on 475 acres. Jno. S. Reed to J. H. Hicks, trustee, trust on personal property. James Parker et ux to Lee J. Graves, trustee, trust on lots. Wm. Edler to T. S. Coleman, trustee, trust on 36 1-5 acres. Nancy White to T. S. Coleman, trus? tee, trust on 60 acres. Ferdinand E. Taylor to W. W. Hutz? ner, trustee, trust on 132 acres. Geo. J. Fletcher et ux to A. T. 1 m brey, trustee, tiust on 32 and U Jere I-ong et ux to Lee J. Graven, C. E. Deale to J. P. II. Criamond, trust?e, trust on 170 1-2 acres. Sam Thurston to Lee J. Graves, trus? tee, trust on 9 .?.12-1000 acres. T. L. Cave to I^ee J. Graves, trustee, trust on 100 acres. Allen McWhirt to J. H. Hicks, trus? tee, trust on personal preperty. J. S. Reed to J. H. Hicks, trustee, personal property. M. L. McGee to A. T. Embrey, trus? tee, trust on 2 1-8 acres. L. A. Dodd to A. T. Embrey, trustee, trust on 110 acres. W. H. Bowe to J. P. Turnley, trus? tee, trust on 283 1-4 acres. Leslie Swift to G. It. Swift, trustee, trust on 2')0 acres. Jno. E. Hilldrup to Lee J. Graves, trustee, trust on SO 1-2 acres. Lewis Musselman to I-ee J. Graves, trustee, trust on 20 acres. C W. Jones et ux to B. P. Willis, trustee, trust on 5 and lo acres. Geo. M. Jett to T. S. Coleman, trus? tee, trust on 58 3-4 acres. J. N. Cooper to W. W. Butzner, trustee, trust on 47 acres. Jno. L. Carter et ux to LeeJ. Graves, trustee, trust on 481! acres. Jas. Lewis et ux to I,ee J. Graves, trustee, trust on 24 3-4 acres. John L. Carter to I>ee J. Graves, trustee, trust on 486 acres. Jas. L. Flippo et ux to Lee J. Graves, trustee, trust on 69 and 63 acres. Betty Ellis to Lee J. Graves, trustee, trust on 10 acres. Emma Mason to Lee J. Graves, trus? te", trust on 25 and 12 acres. Warfield Coates to Lee J. Graves, trustee, trust on 111-4 acres. Mary E. Lewis to Lee J. Graves, trustee, trust on 152 acres. W. L. Lewis and R. Rollins to Lee J. Graves, trustee, trust on 1 acre. S. A. Brown et ux to G. R. Swift, trustee, trust on lots. B. W. Spain et ux to A. T. Embrey.s trustee, trust on 27 and 20 acres. John W. Heflin to E. H. DeJarnette, trustee, trust on personal property, Kate C. Goodloe to F.W. and T.S. Cole? man, trustee, trust on R3 acret, J. S. Kent et ux to Lee J. Graves, / trustee, tru-t on 18t c. 1!. Morton et iix to A. T. Embrey, .ut? s. .in??. II. Lewis el ux t.. I.??-.l.iIrav? -, trust. ?., trust on '?> ''?? 1 a : D. I*. Kennedy ?-t ux to l W. ci. man, trustee, tru-t on 15701 I act?-. Fine-, paid clerk i gusl term, 1910, amounting to | DIED IN WASHINGTON R?males liroti|"ht Here. Lena VVj ne, daui :.'? r ol Mr and Mrs .1 It Wyne.of Washington, formerly of Falmouth, died Sundaj m Providence Hospital, Waablngton, of typhoid pneumonia, aged four teen years She la aurvlved bj her parents, one sister. Miss N Wyne, ami on?- brother, Q It Wyne. The body waa brought here and the funeral hold Tueedaj at :i :;n o'clock at lb?, lion..- oi lh< grandmother of the deceased, Mis Wesle) Taylor, near Falmouth The ?en i. ? - were condu? t?sd : Uecatur Bdwnrdi Interment in the family burying ground IVj ne usually tpeal I lie sum? mer with her uncle, Mr, i. M. Payne, in Falmouth, and : . :| I ll'S i |t> MESSRS BISCOE AND MILLS BUY AUTO AGENCY Mr. II. Cortil Biscos and Mr. X. L. Mills have purchased the agency f??r ttie Ford .. for the city, with demonstrator machina and all sup? plies. Tbey s..ld the demonstrator ma chins to Mr. Ryland Dillard >?f Spot* sylvania. They will open up an up-to-date Kar? line, and have ordered a new dei ting car for their I. Mr. Biscos and Mr. Mills are two hustling young men and will no doubl make a success of tot CVcNS'XfY ?AYSIN JML i.. m ;..- Jacob!, w bo was ? ommlt ed to jail m Stafford some time mil ?m Mrs Theodore Brooks, was tried by Justice Payne at Stafford C h Honda) ami found guilty of simple asaaull Ha t tenced to Jail for a period daj s Another warrnul was discharged by Justice Payne, that of Common? wealth agali torta.broughtj In by Isaac Beagle. After hearing fined $1 and n ountlng t<> about ti There is more Catarrh m this . ??! the ? ountry tban til other her, and until the laat few years was supposed '?> b?.; Incurable. For a greet mas doctors pronounced it s local <iu easa and prescribed local remedies, and by constaiitlv fallt&a to ? ure with loeai treatment, pronounced it Incurable Science has prov? o cn> t.irrh to be a constltntlonnl dia md therefore requires tiitioiiai treatment. Halls ? t'ur.- manufactured by P. J Chen Ohio, is the only constitutional eure on the market. It Is taken Internally in doses from i?? ?irops to a teeepoonfnl it acts directly on the blood and mucous ?urfaees ol the system. Tbey offer one hundred doliera for any caae it falls to iiir?- Bend for circulare and testimonials Addreee: F J CHENEY I Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggii Take Hall's family Pills fol stipetlon OELECATES TO CHCACOCONV N.ION Mayor 11. Lewis Wallace has ap iMiinted Messrs. C. W. Jones, C. Brnsst Layton, S. G. Wallace. Alvin T. Rowe, T. N. Brent, Sr., delegates from this city to the International Municipal CongTCM an I Exposition at Chicago, September Is to 80, 1911. GOOD WAY TO USE HYOMIE FOR CATARRH Besides breathing through the inhaler ? few times a days, many catarrh suf feren write that they tind inhaling HVO.MEI (pronounce it High-o-me) fr-.m a bowl of steaming water each night before retiring a great aid in cur? ing stubborn cases. Try it; it's very simple; gives quick relief and makes you breathe easier. Fill a IkjwI half full of boiling water; pour into the water a teaspoonful of HYOMEI, cover head and bowl with a towel, and 'breathe through DO mouth the pleasant, medicated, anti? septic and healing vapor that arises. This method relieve that stall once, and makes your hea?l feel tine. You can get a bottle of HYOMEI at Goolrick's Pharmacy and druggists everywhere, for only 60 cents. Ask for extra bottle HYOMEI inhalent. Bat bear in mind that a HYOMEI outfit which includes inhaler and bottle of HYOMEI costs $1.00. HYOMEI is guaranteed by Goolrick's Pharmacy and druggists everywhere to cure catarrh, sore throat, coughs, colds, asthma and croup or money back. Try it en that generous basis. WILL BUILD AND MOVE HERE Mr. Chas. Talley, of Spotsylvania, will build a residence on the National Boulevard and move to the city. He was in the city Monday preparing to build. GO WANS King of Externals Is the one Standard prep? aration ?universally a and enthusiastically endorsed by Doctor, Druggist, Lay? man. GOWANS Cures Pneumonia, Croup, Cojds, Coughs, Pleurisy and all ailments caused (rom In? flammation or Congestion. Gownns Preparation hua one of the largest und mont satisfactory saleo of any preparation carried in oar stock, ne consider it A wonderful success. 9* -ar \THB MU RUA t DRUG CO>,^ Wholesale DrtiggUt? Cohtnb?A.B. C.,Jnly ll.mo ~~ BUY TO-DAY! HAVE IT IN THE HOME Alt Drat???<? ?1. 50?. 23o. C0WHN MEDICAL CO.. 0UKHAJI. M. 0. ! t-raMtits?. tsimsttfttttUt* *i m lixqlil I GOOLRICK'S CHEAT SALE IS NOW ON Extract Witchasel, regular price IOc i|i. Special per quart. l-..ii;.< t Witcbazel, neniar price Special per pint. ExtractWitchazel,regularpi icel5c half pint. S|i., ml per half pint Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, rey\i\:,r pi las- |1.00qUaTt Spe cial par quart. Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, regular price ?'?"?? pint Special per pint. I.oi'k I liar price 2S? ll>. Special per Hi. Cow Has?- t keeps Ihes Off cows ami hor-.-.-.) regular pr gallon. Special per gallon. 1 ow Ease, r? guiar prie- "??H-, Special 25c 15c 10c 75c 38c 13c 54c 38c We Carry A First-Class Stock of COLGATE'S Soaps and Perfumes Powdered Borax, regular price Iflp 15c lb. Special per lb. I lilt Cream of Tartar, regular price on?, GOc lb. Special per lb. wOw Goolrick's No. 2 cures biliousness Ca and does not gripe. Prie?.. ?JW Majestic Violet and Heliotrope Talcum Powder, regular pn? ?? 1 Cm Special. I ?Jv Coralopsis of Japan Talcum Pow- 1 0? ?1er. Per box. I vv Men nen's Talcum Powder. Perl ?lu box. lull WE SELL Sarnosa Chocolates "The Chief of Them All," in 1-4, 1-2, 1, 2 and 51b. boxea II;, pophoephit? -, bottles, regular i r.. Special. 38c Ehx. Phosphates, (iron, quin liar CTrs price $1. Special.Of b Elix. : (iron, quinine, strychnine) half pint, regular Q7p prie 60c. Sajecial.01 w Goolrick't Headache and Neural? gia Tablets will cure head.- Iflp Pri?e boa. I Uw Oil of Tar, regular pri?e 20c pint 1 0? Special price, per pint. I Zu We Carry a Full Line of Ready Mixed and Roofing Paints Our Prices Will Save You Money lleef.Iron and Wine.regular price 00m ?Vic pt. Special per pint. wOu Any 25c Tooth Brush in the house. 17f? Special. 11? Liver Salt,regulates the liver and bowels and cures constipation O?-, Price. ?31 Phosphate of Soda, in 1 lb. car- 17? toons, regular price 25c. Special 11 w Rocheile Salts, in 1 lb. cartoons. 30p regular price 50c. Special. JOb 25 cent box Sepitol Greatelcsa Cold Cream and 25 cent box Septtol Tooth Powder, all for 25 cents. Moth Halls, regular price IOc lb. Cp Spa??al per 11?. ?b (?r ?'? II??, for 25c. \\'.- .-airy in stock a full line ..f Inter : St?.ck and Poultry I'r? parationt A ?naranteed 12.00 Fountain f 1 CT Syringe. $1.0/ radid ILOO Poantain Syringe. 89c REMEMBER We Furnish a Register ed Pharmacist Day and Night to Fill Your Prescriptions A first-class Syringe. $1.000 Bulb f|7p 17c Nail Brushes, spe- lit? Quinine Pills, 2 grs., special 17? per hundred. I I v All 25c cial. (?round Black Pepper in 1 lb cans, 00p regular price 35c. Special. ?vv Saltpetre, powered and lump, reg- Iflp ular price BO lUu Bork Add, l lb. cartoons, ri'gi; lip lar price 35c. Special a lb. I lit Sugar of Milk, 1 li>. catoons.regn- OOp lar pr ai 1 lb LL\* 1 7p All 2SC cial. Our Olive Oil, at IE00 a quart, is the ' ? . can buy. Chloride of Urne. 1 II?. tins, re^-- Iflp I. r ? ? ?? 'Jo.-, -a 1.?-,-:, a I. I U? Red Seal CI I ?rials-, the ?Teat dis? infectant, destroys all q a full tpiart bottle, infectant, destroyi all gi . OEp Lime Water Free of Charge. Bring Your Bottle. WE S?LL THE BEST SODA WATER in the city, and the most of it. 10c 70 sheets genuine St. Regis Linen Paper and 50 Envelopes of Oflp same, all for.?UL Goolrick's Remedy for Indiges? tion is sold with a positive guarantee. * If it dont cure you it dosen't cost you a cent". OC., "Price.Lu* Crude Carbolic Acid, regu. lar price 20c pint, special pint. Our Extracts of Vanila and Lemon are the best it is possible to make. Peroxide Hydrogen, regular price Qlp 60c pt, special pint.Oil? Seamless Rubber Gloves, regular 00? price 50c a pair, special . wvv A (?ood 50c Atomiier, special 07* price.vf l# We are members of the A. D. S. and carry a full line of their goods. It Will Pay You To Deal With Us. GOOLRICK'S MODERN PHARMACY, 901 Main Street. The Birthplace of Low Prices. This Large $7.50 Spanish Leather Seat and Back Rocker Reduced to New Rugs and Carpets Now on Display. Mattings at Cost. E. C. WINDE Do You Realize It? Do you realize that through the systematic saving of even trilling amounts vou may soon become independent? Do you realize that the Planters National Bank is an ideal bank for just such savings? Do you realize that this institution is under the careful and watchful management of men who have made banking a life long studv? Indeed-the Savings Department of the Planter?? National Bank ' offers every helpful aid to those whose aim is to possess a growing bank account. Our little booklet "Banking by Mail" is wonderfully interesting-and it's FREE. A perusal of it may place you on the straight road to future wealth. Send for it today ! Planters National BanK, ^A^Jl:^' CAPITAL, $300,000.00. Surplus and Undivided Profits, $1,250,000.00 ?Ws1Ni^)-W^lW)?a^)^)#4|#<|#<j#oo??JO?l#(W<?.. Sawmills, Engines & Boilers i WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE A. B. Farquhar Co.'s Sawmills, Engines, Threshers, and R >a<i Machinery. If you contemplate buying anything in this line it will pay you to see us. Frcdericksburg Buggy Co. Fredericksburg, Va, FRESH TURNIP SEED Large Assortment LOW PRICES. M.M. LEWIS DRUGGIST, Main Street. E. K. WHEELEH Jorner Charlotte and Phnceas Anne at?., 'Phone 92, Fredericksburg, Va. ?pen Night and Day Telegraph and Telephone Orders re? ceive immediate attention. Take Notice! WOODS* MEAL 1h only packed in paper sacks. Never Hold Ioom. lohn F. Scott. H ARD WARB AND HARDWARE SPECIALTIEa Main St, One door below Chas. Wal? lace & Bro. Full line of General Hardware. Barb Wire, Guns, Pistols, Raiore. Knives, etc., will be told at rtsdtjcM ! prices to suit the time?, Money can be saved by purchasing at Scott's hardware store. A. B. Betts ? Co. Fire, Life and Aeoident insurants? s?cente Office 812 Commerce Street. Represents sixteen first-class son pames. Rates low aa the lowest, and losses promptly adjustad and paid , Htt -a. ,? .?.??J.-/ ' ? ..?,??