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[culture? CoAwerrA&i *nd Manufacturing: Interests of Fredericksbur* and the Tidewater and PlarimmH "????w* VOl. XXV, NO. 106 ????KDBBIOKSB?HG, VA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13 1810. PRICE, 3 CENTS Tickling in the Throat "Just a little tickling in the throat!" Is that what troubles you? But it hangs on! Can't get rid of it! Home rem? edies don't take hold. You need something stronger?a regular medicine, a doctor's medicine. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral contains healing, quieting, and soothing proper? ties of the highest order. Ask your doctor about this. No alcohol in this cough medicine. / ('. 4utr Co., Lowell. Mtm. Constipation positively prevents ? I why allow it to continue? An active ! ici i.- j?'i'.itpreventiM. ti j?m a <. \ r*?I*il arclivcrpfl*. What docs yo?r doctor s?*f CAPITAL RESOURCES SURPLIS & PROFITS <*50.000.00 <460 0-0.00 $15,000.00 Constant Growth is Best evidence of Satisfactory Banking Deposits June 21,190(3 . S M.01K.90 _(Finn Un* )_ Deposits Juiy 21,1906 ...... .? $ 40608.09 ? i F?r. r \i, Deposits Dec. 31, 1908_$118.872.47 bTpoaits Dec. 31, ?907... $1343,402.20 Deposita Dec. 31, 1908_$2707178.78 Deposita Dec. 31, 1009 $369,751.84 Deposits Jan. 31. 1910 $394,087.22 Last Statement to State Corporation Commission. 3 ?r cent interest paid on savintfs accounts. Commercial ac? count? given every accommodation possible consist? nt with conservative banking. The farmers & Merchants StateBanK Fredericks urg Vh M. 0. WILLIS. President. JNO. F. GOULDMAN, Jr.. Cashier. Bank open on Saturdays until 6 p. m. Regular $3.50 Rocker Sale Price While They Last, $1.98 In Light or Brown Finish. Only one to a cus- jmmm Only One to a cus? tomer. mn'.'fiiM tomer. $1.98 MR $1.98 ART SQUARES and Rl 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 or any make and size you want at a saving of $"> to 17.60 on a rug. Let us tell you why we can do this and convince you. FAIR 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 jroa and show you the goods. A Souvenir will ba given each caller at our Exhibit. W. A. BELL & BRO. Home Outf tters. .LAWN MOWERS. ? ?? First complete stock of Lawn Mowers ever carried here. All grades, from the lowest price machine to??the Genu'ne Pennsylvania and Philadelphia. Get our prices on a high grade Mower before you buy. JOHN C. WILLIS 4 SON ESCAPED FROM CNAINCANC Arthur Carneal who was convicted by Justice Danneh) onSept. 12 for being drunk and disorderly and given 30 davs in jail, took French leave from the chaingang Monday. He was working m charge of Mr. John Minor, when he asked to get a drink of water. Mr. M. has not seen him since. Carneal did not gain much as his time would have been up Wednesday, Oct. 12. Now he will have to stay away or be arrested and put back in jail. No effort will be made to rearrest him unless he comes back. DEATHS Henry Oliver, of Mineral, died Thurs? day night of paralysis, aged eighty-one years. He leaves one son. Mrs. Alice Mothershead, widow of ?he late R. H. Mothershead, died in Richmond county recently of paraly? sis. She leaves two children, Mr. Clar? ence Mothershead, of Washington, and Mrs. W. C. Wallace, of Warsaw. Rev. Dr. G. W. B*aI? ?onduoted the funer? eal MTViM. ROOSEVELT DICTATOR University of Virginia Professor Says People Would Like It. "Theodore Roosevelt is one of the greatest perils with which the Ameri? can people will have to deal in the next two years," declared Prof. Richard Heath Dabney, Corcoran professor of history at the University of Virginia, while lecturing to one of his classes. The Professor declared "the majori? ty of American people believe him ca? pable of giving advice on anything from obstetrics to international law. They would sweep away the constitu? tion and abolish it for this man with the talent for making grandstand plays. "If Roosevelt is elected President in 1912 he will be dictator for the rest of his life. His meddlesome dispositon would lead him even to interfere with State Legislatures. "Such dictation, however, would be in accord with the wishes of the Amer? ican people/' C. L. Saunders, of Clifton Forge, Va., was awarded the contract by the Treasury Department for the construc? tion of the new Federal building at Templa, T?x., at $68,000. STAFFORD Beribber's Lett? Con (hewed shirt Loot in the Wood? -Otbar lirms. :d, C. H.. Va.. Oct. Ml. Ouf of out most Doted tie g< during the heated term, becoming! overheated In Ins work, concluded he would be cooler If ho look his ?hlrl off, \\ hl< h be proceeded to do, hanging it up a so ' then went on wiiii lus work Shortly af? ter upon looking towards th where be had hung los garment he espied a cow i hewing something.and on hastening to the spot discover ??it ber bovine majestj for lack o( ?alt had commenced to chew up hi? Seising bold of it he pull? ed and i he cow pulled, w lien once something gave way and the cow took oir and garment In his band mines i Our friend says"bad be been a lit? tle later he would have bad to go home Just as nature made him from the walat band up " The flral ' not east? t ' ol 1916 reached here Friday mornlni to this writing has Icen doing just a? had as It could, although the rain has proven a great boon to ' he farming < ommunltj Miss Ada Nelson, of Was;. ? has been visiting her father, Mr a. .. near Muaaelman for her home thi* a DO The- family of Dr It .i Payne, Who havw b ... residence at Qorrlsonvllle, left her? this week fot their winter horn?- In th? Rurg. ? ro a i onp gentlemen residing not far from the Court House, having looked on the elder when rongest for want of a proper adjustment of the compass before starting on their cruise, lost their bearings In woods and ? ide "Rome howl" m labrynth wh reminds your correspondent ol what occurred in I -own of I'al mouth about 4 ? y< resided their a st race who was fond of the ardent. One Saturday night, b< comin fusticated from continuous libations. ni to his place of abo be K ippab liver. Losing his hearings ! od on by about a quarter of and brought up adjacent to tl ? in the il grew there six ,11 and sank to rest About 2 a m. tho residents of that yor tlou of tho town were awakened by a scries of war whoops arid bag around in the reeds, in Little Ebby is In the wil l< come over and help rre. " Mr and Mrs VemOU Chewnlng, of Oarrlsonvllle, are visiting family Of Mr. E 8 Moor* this week. Mr. Chewnlng being on the high, road to recovery from his att typhoid fever The Odd Fellows Ix>dge here initi ated nine new members last Satur? day nighr. and i? a flourishing dltton Mr and Mrs M K Lowrj hare returned from Richmond for stay at their homo at Hrooko Mr Lowry is convalescing from his re? cent illness The family of Mr G K Mottle, who have been living at W'l !? have moved to Brooke, where Mr bos t.tkeii charge of the agency of the R . F a. P, R. it Co. Has? fishing in Aquia Creek has been fine, bat 'tis feared that the rain may affect the sport Jack Frost wont have muc ! when he arrives, as "Old Soi" dar? ling the recent drouth has burnt veg? etation to such an extent there will ? he very little to kill. Scribbler WHY NOT GET RID OF CATARRH? i Here are ?ome symptoms of catarrh; if you have any of them, get rid of them while there is yet time: Is your throat raw? Do you sneeze often? is your breath foul? Are your eyes watery.' ' Do you take cold easily? Is your nose stopped up? Do you have to spit often? ? Do crusts form in your nose? i Are you losing your sense of smell? Do you blow your nose a great deal.' Does your mouth taste bad mornings? i Do you have to clear your throat on i rising, or have a discharge from the I nose? ! Does mucous drop in back of throat? Have you ringing noises in the ears? HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-me) i is guaranteed to cure catarrh, coughs, | colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma I and croup,or money back. Just breathe I it in. Complete outfit, including hard j rubber inhaler, $1.00. K. N. Goolrick and druggists everywhere sell HYO? MEI. If you already own an inhaler, you can buy an extra bottle of i HYOMEI for only 60 cents. Remem | ber that. CAUGHT BY CAVE-IN Mr. Richard Hicks had a narrow escape Monday while at work on the new sewer which will extend to Wash? ington avenue. He was working with a gang of men near the City Cemetery and was in the ditch about 9 or 10 feet deep, when the bank caved in and cov? ered Mr. Hicks. The workmen promnt I ly dug him out. He was taken to his i home and Dr. Payne called in. He was badly bruised, but it is thought his I injuries are not serious. W. P. THOMAS DEAD Mr. W. P. Thomas, of near Massapon ax, Spotsylvania county, died at Mary Washington Hospital Saturday night, aged 50 yearn. The remains were taken to his home Monday for burial. PARTRIDGE IN TOWN A partridge strayed into the city Mcnday and was seen quietly resting on top of Mr. David Hirah'sfeed store. It attracted the attention of a numter of persons. PREACHIVC ON THE STREET Two travelling preachers attracted a [athering on the corner of F'rincesa Inne and Commerce streets Monday, singing gospel hymns and preaching. They spoke in loud tones; one could be heard several squares away. ST. GEORGE'S Rev. S. A. Wallis, of the Theologi? cal Seminary, preached at St. George's Sunday. A large congregation was present and beard an instructive ser? mon. ___^^___ First class printing don? at The Fre? Lan se office. FOR FOREMAN-LABORER Civil Service Examination to be Held Here Oct. 2?. An examination for foreman will be bold on Oct 26, 1910, in toe postoffice building at Freden. I va. The salary will be 1600 per an? num. The examination will be under the U. S. eivil service rules, i amination w ill consist of the i mentioned below, n mdica ted; Subjects ? \\ U ability . 40 Expert? i'** ToUl 100 Age limit, on the ? !.11 - ? of tin' examination, All honorably ttis-1 charged U. S and sailors of the < uil war ai : persons, honorably discharged from the military or naval of (lit" United States by reason of disability Incurred in the line of duty will l<c admitted to this examination without reward t<> the age limit. The applications of p ?i'.i fail to answer within four weeks will be cancelled. Tins examination Is open to all citi Statea who comply with tl its, but. at the re ( the Treasury Department, i nee in certification may be giv en to residents of the county. ing the city, in which the vacaucy exists. tor further information address the secretary of the board of examiners i.t itofflce at Fredericksburg, Va., ? tary Fourth Civil Sen trict, W D. G No application will be ace< pted an* ? perly execute.! and filed with secretary Fourth L'ivilSen. D 1 '. C MRS. ROWLETT TO WED Announcement Made of Her Marriage lo Mr. J. H. Allen. Announcemi Mrs, May Embrey Row fete, of irg, and Mr. John . of Ml Auburn, Cincinnati. ? i. Mr man of affairs and a well known clubman. The Cincin r of ? let. 7 I I "Ihe < -t inter ? ry attractive, with that charm which has made a ! Southern women the world over. At Sulphur Springs last summer, Mr. Allen also seasoned. Mr ? aus a great favorite. Mr li'iwlctt arrives in town next wi a little visit and will ! ? II. C, Allen at i i apartment at the Avon. She is sail ing fot Europe in November and the wedding will not take place until af? ter her return in May." ALL MY PIMPLES GONE Girl Mis How a Blotchy Skin Was I leansed by a Simple Wash. med of my face," writes Miss Minnie I'ickard, of Altamahaw, N. C. "It was all full of pimples and scars, but after using D. v. I). Pre? scription I can say that now there is no sign of that Eczema, and that was three years ago." I>. D. D. lias become so famous as a (?re and instant relief in Eczema and all other serious skin diseases, that its - sometimes overlooked in clear? ing up rash, pimples, blackheads, and all other minor formsof skin impurities. The fact is. that while D. D. D. is so penetrating that it strikes 10 the very Eczema or any other serious trouble, the soothing Oil of Winter green, Thymol and other ingredients are so carefully compounded there is no r r the skin made that can com? pare with this great household remedy for every kind of skin trouble. D. D. D. is pleasant to use, perfectly harmless to the most delicate skin, and i absolutely reliable. A 25 cent bottle | will give you positive proof of the effectiveness of this great remedy. (?oolrick's Modern Pharmacy, rreder icksburg. Va. PRIZE-WINNING POULTRY Purchased by Mr. John W. Allsson, Jr., at State Fair. Mr. John W. Allison, Jr., attended the State Fair Saturday and purchased ! the following single comb white leghorn chickens: 1st prize penconsistingof one cockerel and lour hens, 1st prize pullet, 12nd prize pullet, 1st prize cockerel. These chickens represent three blue I ribbons and one red ribbon. They were ?judged by a New York poultry judge, ! and he informed Mr. Allison that they j were as nice a lot of chickens as he had ever seen at the New York poultry shows. It was upon his recommenda? tion that Mr. Allison purchased them. CUTTERS GOING TO YORKTOWN Two U. S. Revenue cutters have I been ordered to participate in the cele : hration of the 12ltth anniversary of the j battle of Yorktown and the surrender j of Lord (3ornwallis to Gen. Washing I ton. This celebration is to be held < let 19 at the monument erected on the battle field at Yorktown. The Apache and Onondaga, will take station off Yorktown in time for the celebration. TO MAKE FLYING MACHINES The Christmas Aeroplane Company, of Rosslyn, Va., has obtained a charter from the corporation commission. The objects are the manufacture and sale of aeroplanes, and the capital stock is to be not less thanSl.OOOjior more than $200,000. The officers are all of Wash? ington. BIGGEST MELON ON RECORD Two melons, believed to be the big? gest raised in Virginia, were exhibited by John W. C. Catlett, of Gloucester, at the State Fair. One melon weighed ninety pounds. It was 50 inches in cir? cumference around the "girth;" longi? tudinally 58 inches around. BEQUEST FOR HAMPTON SCHOOL Hampton Normal Institute, at Hamp? ton, Va., will receive $6.600 by the will of Horace B. Sillman, of Cohoes, N. Y. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind Yoo Have Always Bought Bears the Signature *i<Jt*?JzM?E4? For up-to-date, neat stationary ssnd your orders to The Free Lanoe. FOOTBALL ?.. u. t.. i r. t., o. Fredericksburg College mel i the gridiron at I ohm League Park, Washington, Saturday. The game ?ras played In a downpour of rain, but, considering the circumstances, both teams played snap? py ball. G. W. 11, played mai . man in their squsd.whi Is h'rederi I played Only eleven men in the whole game. There was only one touchdown made and that was by 1i. \V. 1' Southern tackle, Hart, plo through K. C.'s lighter line. It has been spread abroad that the Washington team was merely trying OUt their men rather than trying to .-cure, but anyone, although thej see the game, eon see from the score that Fredericksburg College George Washington University : rtv of the kind of hard work that a college seldom affords a university. Anyone on the side lines eooM easily see that the last three quarters were by no meant George Washington's. At the beginning F. C. kicked off to their opponents and downed them be? fore they had returned the ball twenty yards. G. W. I', carried the ball up the held in eight downs, Tbey were then on tho visitors' 11.r? Then Hart, the all-southern tackle on 1\, W. !'., made a li at l by simply overpowering the much lighter, : Fredericksburg, scrambled : for t?a- tin ? : touch? down. After this F. C. tightened lip m re arid more, always when DSCSSSSrj putting the ball out of danger. During tb" reman der of tbS . both teams fought like tigers. G. W. r. made a number of good gains '?-:?, account vl the light of line Fredericks burg, and t'?r th- MOM reason r'reder ickshurg was unable to make many val? uable gams. riekaburg put up a which is rarely seen m any game. They greatly surpassed their oppotv tackling. Out of all toe tackli's that ('? W. I . made not more than three of thorn were below the waist, while most ? of them wore around the neck. The Fredericksborg Coliego team did especially well to bold the "II ites" to this I il one could hardly I 'as playing a good game, but everyone played beautiful nail. Fach individual did his part and the whole team work's! to? gether to honor tie name of Freder? icksburg Co! ? . . rederteksburg team ma : Weaver, ('. Brooks, C. Cold well, F. Brooks, Thompson, Turner Sounders, Williams, Rowe, N. Caldwell, Mills. OPERATION PERFORMEO Dr. E. t? (iari.e: ted on for a tumor in the neck by l?r. White. at George Washington Hospital. Wash? ington. The operation was au patient is doing well. l)r. Garner'? many friend? her* wish him s speedy recovery. HIS HEAD PIERCED BY SHAFT Man Dying as tho Result of a Peculiar Accident. .? V< mon. N. V , Oct 11 .1. Jeff: ? ol i ii'lt Hot of pu gilistic fame), Is dying in the Tarry town hospital from the result of a pe? culiar accident which happons at Blmsford Jeffrleg saw a trolley car approach? ing, and he made a dash for it. As he ran across tho sfre.-t towards the car a rapidly driven vehicle ran Into him and the shaft of the wagon pierced his neck and came out at th* top of his bead. Jeffries was carried ahmt; on the wagon shaft for 100 fe*t. when a man jumped from the trolley car and lift? ed him free. He was put on another trolley car and taken to tho Tarrytown hospital. Although his skull is badly fractured he Is still alive and con? scious at times. DEATH OF DOG KILLED HIM Sportsman Dies of Broken Heart When Favorite Bird Dog Is Sliin. leid, Mass. Oct 11 -- Allen Docker, of Egremonf. a sportsman, died of a broken heart when his fa? vorite bird dos; was killed by being crushed under the wheels of an auto? mobile. Decker, who was a miller, had bred and broke the dog and believed him to be the best local dog In its class. While Decker was In a store In Egr*> mont a motor crushed the lifo out of the bird dog, whose desth cry brought Decker from the store. When he saw the dog he rsn to It and pulled its body up on the grass b*>side the road and fell dead beside his animal. INJURED FIGHTER DEAD "Kid" Hyland Succumbs to Injuries Receivsd In Fight. Buffalo, N. V. Oct 11.?Frederick (Jitters, known as "Kid" Hyland, died ?n the general hospital as the result of Injuries received In a boxing bout held last Saturday night before the Marquette club, of this city. Frederick Munn, his opponent, Is held on the charge of manslaughter. Hitters received his injuries In the i round of the bout, which was Ted to go ten rounds. 335,956 People In Vermont. hlngtoa, Oct 11.?The popula? tion of Vermosd aa enumerated for the thirteenth cenaua and made public by the census bureau showed an lac fee aa of 12,315. or 3.? per cent, the total number of inhabitants being MMM, as compared with 343,641 In 1900. In the previous decade, from 1890 to 1900, Vermont Increased Its population 11, 219, or 3.4 per cent There Is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local dis? ease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven ca? tarrh to be a constitutional dis? ease and therefore requires consti? tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Chen? ey & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on tho market. It Is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and estlmonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con? stipation. GOOLRICK S GREAT SALE as NOW ON = Extract Witcbazel, regular prio OC? I T quart. ??b Extract Witcbazel, regular price ICn "?'? pt. Special per pint. I Ob ExtractWitchaxel,regularpricel6c 1 fin half pint Special per half pint I Uli i Liver Oil, regular price 11.00 quart Spe? cial per <11 ? a r t. Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, regular pr ce 60c pint per pint. Keck Candy, regular price 25c lb. Special per lb. Cow Ease (keeps flies off coirs and horses) regular price 75c gallon, Spt(ciai ?i. r gallon. Spray? : guiar QQe? price 60c, Special .... JOb 75c 38c 13c 54c We Carry A First-Class Stock of COLGATE'S Soaps and Perfumes red Borax, regular Ir ' 1 fip 16c lb. Special per lb. I Ub Cream of Tartar, regular prie? 0?Qp COe lb. Special per lb. 00b Goo'rick's No. 2 cures biliousness Cft and does not gripe. Price. ?b Majestic Violet and Heliotrope Talcum Powder, regular price 1CA 26c Special. I ?b Coralopsis of Japan Talcum Pow 1 Q? Per b<ix. I Ob Mennen's Talcum Powder. I'OX. Per 13c WE SELL Samoset Chocolates "The Chief of Them All," in 1-1, 1-.', 1, 2 and 5 lb. boxes bottiiM, regular ? i Spaa ??? 38c Elix. Phos| quin? ine, strychnine) [ int. regular Cl? Of b I. Phosphates, (iron, quinine, strychnine) half pint, regular 91? price .Of b Gooirick'a Headache and Neui gia Tablets ?rill I- 1 fjp aches. Price I Ub < ni of Tar, regular pi 1 0? Special price, per ; nl I s.b We Carry a Full Line of Ready Mixed and Roofing Paints Our Prices Will Save You Money Beef.Iron and Wine,regular price QQp Sue pt. Special per pint. 00b Any (be Tooth Brush in the house. 1 ]? Special. I lit Liver Salt,regulates the liver and bowels and cures constipation. OC? Price.?Ob Phosphate of Soda, in 1 lb. car- 11? toons, regular price 25c. Special I III Kochelle Saits, in 1 lb. cartoons. OQp regular price 60e. Special. ?01? 20 cent box Sepitol Greateless Cold Cream and 25 cent box Septtel Tooth Powder, all for 25 cents. Moth Palls, regular price lOc lb Cp il per lb. Ob or-; Ihs. for 25c. We carry in stock a fall line <>f Inter? national Stock and Poultrj Pi A guarantee,! 12.00 F< Qntain f 1 C"7 Syringe. f I . U I endid $1.00 Foui ta i OQn Syringi Odb KEMEMBER We Furnish a Register? ed Pharmacist Day and Night to Fill Your Prescriptions A first-class Syringe. $1.000 Bulb 67c Quinine Pills, 2 grs., special 11|? per hundred. I Ib All He cial. Nail Brushes, spe 17c Ground BlackPepper in 1 lb cans, *)Qp regular price 35c Special.?0b Saltpetre, powered and lump, reg- lili? golar price 20c lb. Special lb, _l_0b \oid, 1 lb. cartoons, regu* IT? ||lar price 2Sc Special a lb. lib Sugar of Milk, 1 lb. catoona,regu- 09p lar price '?'J to 36c. Special a lb. ??b All tSc Pox Paper, i| ? ? 17i? . lib Our Olive Oil/at?$1.00 a quart, is the y can buy. Chloride of Lime, 1 lb. tins, reg- Ifi? price L'i>c, special I Ub i CI I iride.'tl.e gfl infectant, destroys all germa, ORf? a full quart bottle, special . ? L Jb Lime Water Free of Charge. Bring Your Bottle. WE SELL THE BEST SODA WATER in the city, and the most of it. TO sheets genuine St. Regis Linen Paper and 50 Envelopes of Oft? same, all for.?Ub Coolrick 's Remedy for Indiges? tion is sold with a positive guarantee. "If it don t cure vou it dosen't cost you a cent". QCp Price.,. ??b Crude Carbolic Acid, regu- Ifl? lsr price 20c pint, special pint.. lUb Our Extracts of Vanila and Lemon are the best it is possible to make. Peroxide Hydrogen, regular price *11|? 60c pt, special pint. Of? Seamless Rubber Gloves, regular QQ? price 50c a pair, special. 00b A good 50c Atomizer, special V\* pnce.Of b 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 =$5.00 New Rugs and Carpets Now on Display. Mattings at Cost. E. C. NINDE Do You Realize It? Do you realize that through the systematic saving of even trifling amounts von may soon become independent? Do you realize that the Planters National Bank is an ideal bank for iust auch savings? Do you realize that this institution is under the careful and watchful management of men who have made banking a life long study? Indeed?the Savings Department of the Planters 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 luture wealth. Send for it today ! Planters National BanK, ,2%*?iS, $?TU CAPITAl, $300,000.00. Surplus and Undivided Profits, 11,250,000.0 1 Sawmills, Engines & Boilers WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE A. B. Farquhar Co.'s Sawmills, Engines, Threshers, and Road Machinery. If you contemplate buying anything in this line it will pay you to see us. Fredericksburg Buggy Co. Fredericksburg, Va. ^MiiMeaManitBBt FRESH TURNIP SEED Large Assortment LOW PRICES. M.M. LEWIS DRUGGIST, Main Street. E. K. WHEELER Corner Charlotte and Princess Anne SU., 'Phone 92, Fredericksburg, Va. Open Night and Day Telegraph and Telephone Orders re? solve imm?diate attention. Take Notice! WOODS' MEAL Is only packed in paper sack?. Never sold loo??. lohn F Scott. HARDWARE AND HARDWARE SPECIALTIES. Main St, One door below Chas. Wal? lace & Bro. Full line of General Hardware. Barb Wire, Guns. Pistols, Razors, Knives, etc., will be sold at redaeed prices to suit the times, Money can be saved by purchasing at Scott's hardware store. A. B. Botts fc Co? Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Agenta Office 312 Commerce Street Represents sixteen first-class com ponies. Rates low at th? lowest and moms promptr; adjusted and paid.