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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interests ?f Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
VOL. XXVI., NO. 95.
DnnvUl?, V... July lath 1810
Tn? Mtlaa Sadlcln. Co.,
Oanvllla, Va.
ty n.lts. ?uff ?red for nany yaara ?!th a
tr-suhla protvoune.it by bar phy.tctan? to t. uric
Mil rheuaauea an.l alLVsugh h? trnt?! her, ?h.
n.v.r obtain?- r.U.f.
B.tr.? ?.ll ecefualntad MIS ?lu and Masejlaa]
It had b.?n U..4 ?u(-c...fuily verry fr^ueantly In .ta?
llar cull, I i?t?r?ln?d ta (sat h.r ore 1?. Hat t ?
ala bottlaa wiui ?n? happiMt raaealta. I r..?rl he*
aa ?ntlr.ly r.ll.v*.l ana ?111 ?l.ay. tak* pleasur? In
racoaasaeadln? Milan for uric acid trouble?.
Tour, truly.
$15,000 Worth of Dry Goods, Notions,Overalls, Shirts, Hos?
iery, Underwear, Ready-made Dresses, Cloaks, Sheets,
Blankets, Trunks, Satchels, Men's Pants, Rugs, Etc.
Contract lia? been given out for a large ! rick addition to e>ur store build?
ing, which when et>mp!ete<l will give us aliiv.it the IsrgSSt main hoot tmajeo of j
any store in Fredericksburg. We have found the improvement OB our store ,
e>uartera necessary in orier to keep up with OUT business and to I nsblfl us toI
five our patruns still better service anil also enable us to tiispla?.' our lar? ?
m.-re' e-reeJitably. While this wort is going e,n wo have cemclniieil to hold the
greatest sale that it has ever been our pleasure to tell the gooel people of thin,
community about. This will be a great rebuilding sale?. Every llera in this
mammoth Stock wi'l be slaughtered in prie. We positively will not exclude
anything in this great stink from tin- erj I?M 01 goenl-; will ?hart
alike in the- gre'.it reeiucti-ms. An opportunity like this may never present itst-lf
again. Such an Immense itock of desirable' min-handise just at the height of
the aeasem at unhi'ard of prices. Never before in the history of our but
have we meet attempt???! such an offering.
Be member, some of tin loti are limited, snd its well to take advantage of
this great omoftanitv at onece and as often as possible. Money ?nvnted in these
great bargains will mi I you ?ronderfuiy in reducing the- high cus! of living. This
notable sale begins ?it once and will continue for 90 days. This.will be- i
cash sale. No giKxis charged at these pri
If you can't come, write fur a big deBScriptive circular.
G. Frank TimberlaKe,
Market Corner, Main St., Fredericksburg, Va.
Fiber-Rush Furniture
tTlic Ideal Summer
lurntttnc for the
? ? mom
o J y u u r h o ;/: c
Find airy, cod
n i-, the early-'-,
green so restful to the eye, snd which
harmoniza <;?> well with other furnish?
ings. We have m.iny designs ol this
beautiful furniture at attractive prices.
L .X*
,l?i/e?i- ihr liht-r-iliish liooklrt for Home Sutttttiont
State Normal and Industrial School
For Women.
Administration Building.
Your nearest and most convenient State Normal School is at Fredericksburg.
Maintained by the State for the ?education of teachers and the preparation of
Virginia women for Virginia homes.
Buildings and equipment new and modern in every respect. Large faculty
of experienced expert*. Students have practical experience and observation in
public schools of Fredericksburg. Graduates issued Virginia teachers' certificates,
frood anywhere in the State. Free tuition granted students who expect to teach
n the public schools. Expenses, actual cost First session begins Sept 26, 1911.
For information write E. H. RUSSELL, President,
Fredericksburg, Virginia.
(inns and Ammunition, Carriage Heaters, Skates,
Axes, Wood Saws, Roofing, Game Traps, Lanterns,Lum
berman's Supplies, Simond's Best X Cut Saws, Butcher
Knives and Meat Choppers and anything else you may
need in the Hardware line
I.ist eif writliiKS adinittcil tu m
?>fii in the clerh'i office of the
Clrenll Couri of Kinn George coun
tj sin.??? the July term, I'll
beth Dickens el sir t?? Cath
'Title- Jonea, dead land, |1.00
Maria Harvey el vir to D B. Pow?
ers, trustee, deed trust, 969.26,
Robert L. Robb to Nathaniel Rol
lins, eleeel land, $110
John Howard to J. T. Minor, trus?
tes fur 11 Bndsor, ? l ? ?. -a l trust, J.'i"
B. B. Welch ie> T L Hunter, trus
tee for it C Orymes, deeed trust,
Kniest i. Paj as t : tut to Jane
Minor, deed land, t~>'>
U. T rurkiiia el HI to J T,
Minor, trustee for H. Bndsor,
trust, $<
William J. Allen to 1) '1' Hender?
son, deed land, $.'.""
William J Allen \s Ros I Hindi r
son et ais, decree,
D T. ?lein i rSOfl it OX, > t als te>
T. U Hunter, trustee for G V.
ton. deed tru it. it""
B. w. Masim to W a Roes, trus?
tes fe>r Tino s. Mason, deed trust,
John U Mlffletj u ?t t,\ ?
R. Marshall, deed land, $241
Lizzie Williams to T. L Hunter,
trustee lor II Orrld, deed trust.
Lucy L. Gardner to J Cephas
Ballsrd, deed land, $260,
Peter Rawleti el a!n te> n i, pmk
it, trustes for Auitman and Tay?
lor Machinery Company, deed trust,
Root. I'. Lee et ux to i. i. Let
als, eleeel partition.
King George count) plat ot poor
bouse tract
Kobt. F. LOS tt ux to 1,1 Crave??,
trustee for Inez C. Massiv. elee?l
trust, $350.
Anne Holbert et als to Howard
F. MeDanlel, deed land. $107 '? I
T. H. llames to James K Crif
fin. bill sale. $290,
William O Krank ?t us to 97, A
Rose, truste? for L. A. Asht'
trust. $289.
Eustace C. Powell, homestead dec
Henry Treakle ct ux to John Bev
erly, deed land, $ i r>? ?
Henry Bndsor et w to Benjamin
Johnson, deed land, $171 10
Lorenzo I? Creen ?t als to
' Grew n, deed land, $ 160
<; M Henderson to it i. I'ark
e-r. trustee for Auitman snd
Machinery Co., eleeel trust, $1,082 60
Putnam Worrell et ux to Thomas
P. Hose, deed land. $26
Frank Harrison T. L
Hunter, trustee for It ('. C.rymes.
deed trust, $139.11.
Thaddens s<>rr?di e-t ux to T. L
Hunter, trustee for J A Sorrel!,
deed trust, ?
Kate K. Mason, executrix, t?i Jim
W'. Walker, eleeel laliel, $::.'
John w. Walker to st. George
R, Fitzhugh, trustee for Kat
:trlx. deed trust,$2,600 I
Janus A. Mercer et ux to Win
Thomas Page, deed land, $-'i"
John Beverley to L. A A in
trustee for J. 11. Fltshugb,
trust. $38.15.
(' W. Inscoe. attorney-in-fact for
Chas. E. Staples et ux to Goorge
F, Williams, com.act, $60.
John W. Walker et ux to W. A
Ro3e, trustco for II. Endsor, deed
trust, $600
J. ?. Green et ux, et als, to John
A. Davis, ?leed land, }
B. W. Jackson to T. 1. Hunter,
trustee for J. J. Grigsby, d<ed trust,
Chas. H. F'ord et ux to II J
Taylor, trustee for Juvenile Depl .
Sona and Daughters of Gethaemane
Lodge No. 1, deed trust, $100
Abraham Hickerson et nia to Al
l>ert Smith, jr.. deed land, $400.
Albert Smith, jr., et ux to T.
la. Hunter, trustee for J. J. Grigs
by, deed trust, $324.8u.
F ('. Fitzhugh, trust?e et als.
to J. J. Grigsby, deed release, $5.
Julian S. Jones et als, executors,
to CharlCB Page, deed lanel, $85.
Charles Page et ux to T. I.
Hunter, trusty for E. B. Rawlett,
deed trust, $69.30.
Mary F. McKenny et vir to L. A.
Aflhton, truBtee for J. B. Fitzhugh,
eleed trust, $105.25.
Louis Beverly ct ux to L A
Aahton, trustee for J. B. Fitzhugh,
deed trust, $152.25.
Kustace C. Powell, homestead
Charles Johnson, will.
John 11. Rawlinga, will.
Falmouth Baptist Church Adopts Reno-,
lutions Upon His Resignation.
The Baptist church of Falmouth has I
adopted the following resolutions I
in reference to the resignation j
of Rev. E. H. Barnum as pastor:
Whereas, our pastor, Rev. E. (i.
Barnum, under divine guidance, as we
believe, has tendered his resignation,
severing his connection with this church
tei take? charge of four churches in Spot
sylvania county, therefore,
Keuolved, That it is with deep regret
and sorrow that we hereby accept his
resignation a? pa?.tor.
Be-solved, That in accepting his resig?
nation we realize that he is impelled by
a call of duty, and that our loss will be
the gain of others.
.i?d, That we further express
our appreciation of his faithful and un?
selfish work among us, aided so effi?
ciently by his wife, and believe it will
nut he- w-ithout fruit.
<ei. That we hereby express
our high regard for Bro. Barnum as a
true and faithful servant of God, fear?
less in proclaiming the whole truth,
true to his convictions, and a man of
sterling integrity and deep piety. With
a desire for the glory of God, we eom
menel him and his faithful wife to the
churches he leaves us to serve, with a
prayer that God will own and abund?
antly bless their labors among them.
By order of the church.
Frank K. Tyler, Clerk.
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i and that is by constitutional remedies.
| Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
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imperfect hearing,and when it is entire?
ly closed, Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation car. be taken
out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
! forever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by Catarrh, which is nothing but an in?
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cureel by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7?5c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti?
Defendant Tells Story of
Wife's Murder.
Once More He Asserts Beirded High?
wayman Slew Bis Wife, and
Oave Lie Direct to Cousin
Paul's Talc.
I COUII lie: ' . Va , Sept
Keyed np to tl
lime '?'
Henry Claj Beattle, Jr. til t
n narra
the mnrdei
?wen Beattl ?. mi i m tain
a the nlghl of Jal) 18
\t times apparent ke n
. hut holding
? ? young man told
..: n ? i .mi that
stretched fai beyond the
sin, whs
: r SUtomobttlStS, slew his Kir!
He ???is Baspartng nuncla
i.uu ot Paul Boattl a, win
ouo week ago -wurc that Hem
to hun. 1 wl h tai Qod 1 had Bol dont
it " Hi' denied absolutely and with
hitter anger every ilamaRln* sentence
,f Paul's testimony.
Tho prisoner declai i be nevei
? immlsstoned Paul to bs
thai Paul never delivered the we
to him, that, in fait, he never saw hi
eoiisln excepting a few times when
that "poor relation" came luto the
lieattle store to borrow or beg, and
that then Paul ?always "wm
He was equally unsparing in his de
naadatloa of Iieuiah Blnford, the girl
for love of whom t:. ,,ht tc
prove he had slain his wife. He wa.
secmlngly frank in his recital of hl
relaUons with h??r, hut many und many
an answer to tho queries of hi
sel were such a.s to Inflame that young
woman with UtterMSS and to
her to unforgiving batted, should the
state call her to rebut the evl
offered by Beattle.
Story of Wife's Murder.
Leadlas up to the shooting of his
wife, Beattle said;
"Wo passed thre-e ear-. The- last
thing I can rememlw before es
turned around was n row of cedar
trees which my wife said would make
good Christmas trees, and the Bate
n>'ar where we turned."
".;tate whst I en.' "About
three-quarters ot a mile eir a mile freim
where we turned WS were going along
easy, when a man came from the left
hand Eide 'if tin- fail lie
to me that I had to put on the brake
so ns not to hit him He as!"
were going to hit him, ftnd I Raid re?
had plenty of room and that I should
have I the?n put em the- lew gear and
reached over to take the brake. He
pointed the gun at me and said. "Stop
?.'Kit.' I dldr.'t want to Bggrs
vfttc him, so I nal?! nothing I !
tout led the 'lut' h he fired, and my
wife fell back of me"
"She fell between four hack and the
hack of the se-at?" "Yes. In the
?if a nviment I Jumped out of the car|
and starteel toward the mm He raised
the gun to bit me I caught the gun a?!
it hit me on the nose !!?? let loose, and.
heing overbalane cd, I fell had; There '
has been somethiag '-aid aboel Mood
OS the gun. Tom Owen said my face
was bloody. I picked up the gun an I
the man ran up the road."
"Who was the first man you told?"
Tom Owen."
"Was your statement to Toi
the name as you made at the coroner m
Inquest?'' "Yes."
Called For Help. -
"Why didn't )ou follow the man?"
"W?d!, after getting the gun and see?
ing him running up the road, my next
thought w?vs for my wife BhS was ly?
ing on the left-hand side of the car; I
had to step on her dress to get In. I
felt her pulse, but I knew I couldn't
tell, being excited, whether she was
dead or living. I hollered 'Murder!'
and Help!' and blew the horn, hut
knowing there whs a doctor at Tom
Owens' I seated my wlfo on the left
-eat Her head dropped forward Hold
tng her with one hand I ran the car
with the other. A lltlte way down the
lights went out. I fixed my wife In the
seat and Jumpeel out to fix the lights
I realized then l bad no coat nn I IH
tho lamps and went on to Mr. Owens
"Can you recall how near tho bel'
line It was that you stopped?" "No, I
remember, though, that the car Jump
ed nearly two feet when It did cross
the ?belt line tracks. There was one
had turn where I had to let go of mv
Wife onco to use both hands for the?
turn. Mr Owen and Dr. Mercer helped
me carry my wife Into the library, t
asked If I should send for an amhu
lance to take her to a hospital, but
Dr. Mercer said she was dead I re
tnsmher asking a second time If she
wewe dead."
"Do you know whero your coat was
found?" "Dr. Mercer found It on the
footboard of the machine."
Beattle declared that the night was
tun dark for htm to get a good de
?Tlptlon of the assassin of his wife,
but that he was a very tall man, forty
to slity years of age and evidently
had not shaved for several weeks. He
was not certain whether the man was
white or colored.
Mot once was there s slim of a
Sept. 2nd, 1911.
Temperature. .?_,?
.11 l? 2**
?S 'S * ?a .?fi
a x 2 6o fS-55
27 90" f?' Pt Cloudy .11
128 91 74 Pt, Cloudy .13
29 85 ? Pt. Cloudy 1.55
30 68 60 Cloudy 1.42
31 S 59 Cloudy 1.48
1 82 58 Clear
2 86 61 Gear
mi Man of m rve aad nerve
:. ami icline
BS3l on trial tor his lite, Hen
than bald his cwa sa
good his promise ol braverj
Unshaken on Cross-Examination.
bis Waterloo ?hen he- fae t d Ut Wen
lenberg for his cross examination fel
flat almo t .is fat as tho '
There- ?rai non- of that rim am*
taroM twisting and turn
log of the ?spart probe; the' hi''
ill lll\. ibtletV of a ele'- .
ipptng lire of ant -
dem and cross qu< itton; 'he coaxing
? wltne.su oi
i suddenly cl
for one ' nunclstlon,
Ing snd -' the witness an?".
This much, however, Wendenburi
: '
kind "f groundwork f"r ?ailing wit
?M rebuttal to onset a majorl'j
Df Beattle's statements, if, as indicate?1.
' o purposes dolns
; ..i i un do it, then Beattle wll
nvieted of a ? mderfnl afti'r
noon of prevsrlvatloa and lie
nr.<) if : rebuttal win take!
l?verai ?
Fallieres Reviews Warships as Minis
ter Delivers Ultimatum to Germany.
n, France, Bept t.?TI ?
; I fleet that France has evot
assembled was reviewed In the road
stead here by President Fallieres, whc
wsr attended by Premier ('alllaux am!
?II the- me nhen of the French cent
net, a large- representation of senator?
nul some -.leputles.
Former] In two perfect sllgnmsati
mi in the beautiful hay were eighteen
bSUicthips, six of them of the all
Mg-gnn type, nine sratored cruisen
und Iwenty-flVS torped' boats and tor
peri ' boat destroyer* The big fleet
led by lour ?It s sdmlrali
hi re;ir admirals, and manned
liv 17"" o(111 <-rs and 2*1,093 men.
I'm side ut Fallieres anel the rrencl
rablnel ministers reviewed the Bool
fr. m the battteshl| on thf
bridge of whi'h ? gorgeooi pavilion
With the hands of the warship?
playing tlM
crowds aloni.- I i.ores and OS
teamen and vassal; 4 I i
mercantile fleet cheering, the whole
formed a woaderfal animated plcton
Bf Lnspiriag patriotism on the very di?
th.it France was romuunlcatliig to her
an? ?cut enemy her terms for a se'tle
ment of the Moroccan problem and
when the other great naval display at
Kiel was In many minds.
Gedmsny Scouts Talk of War.
Berlin, Sept. !i ? That there Is nc
possibility of a war betwe en France
and Germany over Morocco was the
substance of a conversation bet wee?
the f?e- tan foreign minister and Bop
rosentatlven Blchard Bartholdt und C
II. Wolfffram." the special ambassador?
of President Taft to the unveiling ol
the Von Steuhen monument The con
vernation took place shortly after H??rt
Von Klderlen Watchter had received
from M. ramhon the proposals of the
French government.
Recover More Bodies of Boat Party.
Toledo, O., Sept. 5 ? Three more
hodlcs of tho seven men who lost theli
lives In Maumee hay Saturday morn
Ing when their launch was struck hy
a freighter we're recovered The bo !'"?
of Harry T. Batch and Fred K Shan
were recovered at 3 p m. and anothet
hody an hour later.
Nevada's Governor Under Knife.
Beno, Nev., Sept 5.?Governor Tas
kcr L Oddte, of Nevada, was success
fully operated upon for appendicitis
During his Illness his office Is being
run hy I.lcti'enant Governor Gllhert
C. Boss, who Is suffering from a brok
en ankle
Cape May Votes on Commission Rule
?Cape May, N. J., Sept. 5 ?The elec
tlon which Is to decide whether Cap?
May Is to have a commission form el
government, under the Walsh act, I?
being held today. It Is the opinion ol
many that It will be defeated
For Infant! and Childien.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
Bears the
Sigan.ture of
For np-to date, neat stationary send
your orders to The Free Lsnce.
Defeats H<k k.mhmidt in
[wo Straight falls.
World's Oreafeit Wrestler Throws
the "Russian Lion" Twice iu
Ntueteeu Minutes Fifty
?Chicago, s.'pt 5, - The wrestling
e world ii mains si
lliunboldt, Iowa It took Prank
?le t ii.it town linn.in -, Just n ue
teea valantes and Ifty as
pIS o\e| e;, :r?e> HlU ke-IiSihll.idt, who
bas thi klled to wreet the
world's wrestling honors from the
Sturdy leiwan.
The first fall cams In il minutes,:
'?< nadl on .i ; !y holel
sad wrist loch. Ths ssecoad fall cans
:n ? minute;, .12 Id seconds, Ootcb us?
ing his fatal toe hold that won Mm
the championship three fears Kg t,
Mackenschmldt, untrained, was fat.,
lie t.ad im i limn e ? hatever. 11
s beaten muu when ho cut. rod thoi
Qotch, train??.1 to tho minuto and
tlon, he'at Hack at every stage of thee
The masterful BtKttgtb whlcb
Ihn k w.- ! to poH.sea.-i did not
?bow to sdvantage when Ootcb
ed the Hon. The Iowa farmer was slm-j
good for the Ruseisa. He pitt?-d
physical strength aj.;aln*t a man who ;
had practican*' so strength. The re?
sult was Inevitable.
The second and final fall e ame so
quickly thai ths great crowd failed
to appre< late the fact that the match.
led. The wrestlers bad
for an opening. Like ? nasb Ootcb]
caught the Russian around the legs,
spun bin tronad and dropped him on]
; head was at the
lloa's feet, his lei -tapped
about Hi" k'a body.
He worried the Bufslan for a few1
it the le?gH and then In a
twinkling threw both hands around
Hack's left foot Then was a quick,:
sharp twl I A look of Intense pain
over Hack's fare. He- sought
aght to tear l.is pained
leg from Qotch'l grip, but Ootcb WSS
Bg. He twisted again and Ha'k
gave up
Beferee Smith's hand fell on Qotch'l
shoulder and the farmer still was tho
world's '-hamplon.
Over :!".. persons saw tho i
Ootcb receives |21,0<M and M per cent
of the moving picture profits, and!
line kenai htntdl gets $11.000.
French Aviator Goes Up to Height of
13,943 Feet,
rarame, Fiamc, Sept. 5. ? Roland
o Prend? av.ator, broke
: Id's alt Hade re< ord In ?
He esconded I2M ?stars (1S.M1
The previous woi record
for aeroplanes was he-Id hy Line In
, who on Aug. '.''? last, at Chi
?ago. reached a height of 11.671 feel
The flight was marie during tin? Inter
national Avtatton ttice-t. He?
Caritas biplans
French Army Crushes Food Biots.
Paris, Bent &.- Troops snd police
arc now sharply suppressing the
food ilcnionstrations In the northern
departments. Al Msubeuge, I50? nsas
Ifestanti who bad sesstsbled in i
suburb started t" avarcb toward ihi
town, hut were eharged hy tbS PUS
airy ami al i' ? ed Many personi were
wounded hy being trampled upon or
Aeronaut Drops Into Ocean.
Atlantic City, Sept 6 ? "Chnbhy'
Cook, tin? balloonist, la trying to pro
vent entanglement in his parachute
let loose und dropped more 11
feet Into the less He was setariy In ">l
lapse when pulled out by the life
guards, and Is of the opinion that he
went down forty feet It w:,s tl
startling feat of the season.
Miss Betty Clark, of Richmond,
who will celebrate her 81th birth?
day next month, was on?? ot the mer
rlest guests at tho hall, unel when
the dancers assembled for thu Wem
wag dinner half an hour before
midnight, she was tho most wiele
aiwako one In the cafe. She was
the honored guest at an informal
little gathering at the Stevens cot?
tage Tuesday afternoon, when Miss
Helen Stevens invited a few pe-<>
plo to call after 4 :'->> o'elock
?Whito Sulphur Springs Lotter in
Miss Betty Clark was born and
raised In good old FreriorkkBburg.
Her father, Benjamin Clark, was
at one time before the war, mayor
of this city.
Miss Clark has many friends her?i
who will be pleased t?> know that
timo la dealing so lightly with her.
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To The Free i.anoe:
in tho Cooaectlcut ralle) about
1,000 ae'res of tobaren are grows
every year for cigar wrappers from
original Cuban ?eeei thai bat
climated. The greater pari or this
tobacco Is grown ander cheese cloth
to even tho temp?rature, to pro?
tect it from Insects and hail?
storms. The even temperature pro
elucea s thin tough leaf suited for
cigar wrappers, and while the to
buceo grown In the; open air will
bring from 10 to BO cents ;i pound
tho covered tobacco will bring from
$l 2a to %:\ a. pound The t beeaeclotb
is stretched on wins suportad bj
posts about nino feet high On-'
may seo acres thus rovered Ah the
?saves ripen they srs stripped from
thej stalk and atruc < on st i. *
crowding on the racks for yellov,
ing. The most or toe details are?
practiced by the Caroline count)
tobacco |rowers on their mu of
doorw tobacco who get fron 20 to
SO cents s pound for toban g
If tho Carolin? grower will adopt
tho cover system aad strip rip
sued leaves only from the bottom
of the plant sad add an irrigation
servico to be controlled si his pleas
are ho can then grow an ble-al
crop as a certainty.
Very few farms throimh this
pi'rt oi' Virginia ele? not po
sited to the making of a
KtoraiTej basin for a wate-r S'lpplj
to Irrigate a. email piece of land,1
and If th?3 wate-r is supplied as a
rain servico system, tie- gfeotest
benefit can be gotten \ farm with1
a running stream of water eat.
have tho water run into a basin
dug in tho bottom .the diggings used
ter pumpeel through overhead pipe?s
te) make a dam ae'rosg stream, ?a
and no land or Water wasted on
? ho land prepared for Irrigating
Tho pipes ar<- placed sufflclentl)
high to work a team ami wagem un?
der. .M'T'- in next section
F'rederlckHburg, Va., Sept 1, 1911
It is rumoree! that an organisation is
being formcel here tei lie known as
"The Low Tax Club."
'I hr objeei is to look into the' i
meats of reel estate and endeavor t"
?dopt Mme plan by which the' si
merits can be equalised in CSSeS w bere?
it is thought the-y may be too high or
too low as the case- may be
Arrangements have 1m?oii perfect
ad by tho Bostoffiee Department
whereby eecoad-clsas mail matter,
consisting of magazines and period?
icals, heretofore transported in
railway mail e'ars, will be? carried by
fast freight, beginning Sept. 1
Mk . Wmstvow?! S-?>riii-.<; I
-r SIXTY YKAKt?t>v MU.U'
MOTHKKS Ibf Ihrir CMILUKKN Wllll.i-;
, :?. . IIINO. v?il?i l'HKl i:c r Mill i
ii'irill.s il,.- CIIII.1). hOFTKNS the I i M
M.I.AVSatl PAIN ; CURKH '?> iMn ul.lC. Mil
I? II.t larst rrme.ly f r UlAKKIlei A. It es ul.
?uliittly harnilrs-a. Vr sure ami a^k. fur "Mo.
W in,low'? smithing svrii|i." nn.l tstc DO other
a.lD.1. Tarenty live ifut.a bOtU*.
Lot With Building
At Stafforei ?Court House?, Virginia.
Pursuant to a ele?cree? of the Circuit
court of Stafford entered August l^th,
1911, in the cause of Wooelanl v. Har?
rison ami others and having ????ven the
bowl thereby rei|uire?d the undersigned
special commissioners will, b??fore the
courthous?? of Stafford county, Virginia,
at ten o'clock a. m. sharp, on
FRIDAY, SEPT. 15th, 1911,
offer for sale, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, that certain
lot at Stafford CJourt House, Virginia,
fronting GO feet on the Telegraph road
ami witn a depth of IX) feet, and hav?
ing thereon a substantial two-story
buileling. heretofore anel now occupied
by Washington Camp No. ?VI. Patriotic
Order Sems of America. Terms of sale,
cash. Title perfect; sale subject to
confirmation of the cemrt.
F. M. Chichester,
Alvin T. Embrey,
Special Commissioners.
In the Clerk's ofltce ?>f the Circuit
court of the e-ounty of Stafford. Har?
rison et als, plaintiffs, against Wood
aril et als, defendants. I, ('. A.
Bryan, clerk of the said court, do cer?
tify that the bond reepjired of the spe?
cial commissioners by the decree ren?
dered in said cause on the 12th day of
August, 1911, has been duly given.
Given uniler my hand as clerk of the
said court, this 14th elay of August,
C. A. l?ryan, Clerk.
COMMONWEALTH of Virginia, in
the Clerk's office of Use Circuit
court of the county of CereNne on
the l?th elay of August, Util. Kannie
F. Teasdale, plaintiff, vs. .lames R
Teasdale, tlefendant.
In Chancery.
The object of this suit is to subject s
certain tract of land lying in Caroline
county, very near Point Eastern and
adjoining the lanel allotted to E. W.
Young in the division of the Kelly land,
to the payment of a judgment decree
of the chancery court of the city of
Richmond, Va., in favor of the plain?
tiff against the defendant for support,
?maintenance and alimony, which judg?
ment decree was readeien Dee. S, \'Mt?,
and docketed in Caroline county clerk's
?office jutlgment docket October f& I90f.
I And an affidavit having lieen made and
filed that the de-fendant, James R.
Teasdale, is not resident of the State
of Virginia, it is onlered that he do ap?
pear here within fifteen days after due
publication hereof, and do what may be
necessary to protect his interest in this
suit. And it is further ordereel that a
copy hereof be published once a week
for four successive weeks in The Free
| Lance, a newspaper published in the
city of Fre'dericksburg, Va., and that a
?copy be posted at the front door of the
courthouse of this county on or l>ef?ire
the next succeeding rule day from the
date nereof.
E. R. Coghill, Clerk
By T. C. Valentine, Deputy Clerk
A copy-Teste:
T. C. Valentine, Deputy Clerk.
E. C. Moncure, p. a. al7w4w
935 Mata SU Frcdcricksborg, Va.,
Don't Deceive Yourself
Thinking Lumber is Lumber
ami that it can be bought haphazardly
with price the nn.y thought in view. There
me- m many gunei brains atagagad today in
the manufacture of SUPERIOR lumber as
in any ?ither li?-ld of imlustry, with the
resiili that batter stuck is being produce??!
than ive-r before, Ibera ar?' lots of things
in tlie priK'esrf e,f manufacture that will
?poil even K'xxl natural timber -they may
riM* up m tin? sawing, the- elresMng or in
the? elrying, but wl??r??vi?r they ???cur it
means ?nferieir stock. Our stock is bought
fre.in tin- late-.-d t<|uipiM'(l mills ati'l
|M-ciaily se-le-cte-el for particular purp?>sesso
that '.oilcan re?sl as.su re?, that anything we
sell you will Im? right?n?it only in e-uality
0 in price?. Thlsapplie s to the- leiue-t
M well as tho highest ffrad of 1? .t h I.um
U?r ami Mill Work.
W. A. Smoot & Co,, Inc.,
Alexandria, Virginia.
???????letieiietraimf wwiet-eti?)*? ?sii?iet?iei)e(iei?iei?eiiei
ART SQUARES in all Grades and Sat*. Wo have ?Hi Art Se^usres
se-nt us as Samples by the mills, which will In? se)ld at a (?re-at
saving. Sit? the'tti anil ge-t the price-.-,;
thing ne'W since- our fin
BALL MASON FRUIT JARS to Close Out. 1 Quart ACr
Size? special at, dozen. .... "??Il?
AIK TIGHT HEATERS PROM Mc up. W.? have IS Out Iron Top
atnl rtottorn IK-ati-rs that art? slightly damage-el.
Regalar $4.50 and $5.00 Heaters to
close out at
piiek if you want one- e>f tins?- line? Heaters.
Gasoline Engines
1 12 II. P. $.19.95 ? H. P. 1175
2 H. P. KM s h. p. -??b
i H. P. 125.00 12 H. P. 326
Batteries and Supplies
Hardware and Tools.
Frank K. Tyler,
211 Commerce, 1004 Msin St
Next to M. G. Willis', Commerce Street.
2 Hav?' niove-d inte? my N??w Store with large wareheiuiv? attached,
? wlur?' I will Ik? glad to see my old customers and the public gen
?a ?rally, to inspect my stock of
am with all the? latest improvement*. The Thornhill one and two
hens?? wagons, guaranttMil in every respect. Walter A. Wood's
nuiwcrs, rakes, harrows, rubber roofing of all kinel?, Oliver Chill
plows, mtoia of all kind*, in fact anything the farmer needs. Call
and MC nie?. Iiespectfully,
"Money dopoaiteel in the PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK is not only ab?
solutely safe, but is earning you s liberal rate of inttereat, snel ia protected by
the largest surplus and pronta of sny Nations! Bank between Waahington and
New Orleana, La.
We invite your account; whether large or small, it will receive the asme
i-ourti'eius anel liberal treatment that ia accorde?! the thousands of our well
latisfisd depositora.
paiel on savings accounts fre>m elate of ele-posit.
Writ?? f?>r hooklet "BANKINe. BY MAIL."
Capital $300,000.00 Surplus ft Profits $1,300,000.00
Administrator's Sale o
Personal Property
In Stafford County, Va
The estate of the late Wm.H. Heflin
of Stafford, having bata committed V
til--Klii'riff of Stafford for administra
lion, I will sell at public auction on
Friday, Sept. 8, 1911
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., on th?
premises where tin? saiel Heflin former
ly resided, near Tackett's Mill, in Staf?
ford, the folleiwing personal property:
Four work horses, 2 yoke of work
oxen, 4 young steers, 11 sheep and 4
lamba, hinder, mowe-r, heirse rake,drill,
wagons, harness, corn sheller, wheat
fan, and other farming implements too
numerous to mention; one t>-horsepower
engine and new threaher.
Terms of sale will be announced on
day of sale. It. ('. !.. Mom-ure,
Slier i fL Administrator of the Estate of
Wm. H. Heflin, deceased. 17al0t
Slf J,
Dr. B. HI. Eckenrode
Offl? corner Main ami George Sta.
Over (?oolrick'sDrug Store.
Wood's Fall
Seed fti'?logue
just issue! u?teJ what crops
you ?can pul ia t? make the
quickest ??? '? ... ? r hay. to
help out th?* sbr.tt feed crops.
Also tells abe.tit both
Vegetable and
Farm Seeds
that ran be planted in the fall
to advant.n" and profit.
Every Fanner, Market Grower
and Garden, r tkooM have a
copy o? tbise etalog.
It is the- be >t Mad moat com?
plete fall s< e ! raalalog issued.
Mailed in . Write for it.
Seedsmen, - Richmond, V?.
for BALI
Cas large squar* mabtigsny pians:
decorsted will, band rarvtng. Term
reasonable. Misa S. 1.. Tapst*tt, IOS
Main St, Frederickabcrg, Va.
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