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.IOIIN 4> iKOWN,
tor and Proprletoi
VTEDNK8D \\. W <;. 1?;. 18
I respe?'tfuIIv anuoinu-e niv?*elf a can
?lhlati? for the Virginia HSSSSS ?>f I ?ele
- to represent the district coss|
of the counties ??f t'larke find *vA*arren.
subject to th?1 ?Hcti??n <?f the I ??-tin?? ratio
convention If eloeted 1 pronii*??' to work
for the best intere-t- of th?-p?-?>p!e anil
Yours, verv respectfullv.
JOHN D. HAMM? u K
T. t'.i I N lad Clarke:
I wo-il?l be proiul i?! th?- honor of rep
ling you in the Legislsture of <?ur
fran?! ?>M Stat?- mh?I it you will elect nie
?rill devot?- niv entire time and talent
?ir inttTt'st \ 'our-.
AW TIHI. 1. WA1M lll.\
By virtue of authority vested in
us as chairmen of the I'enioeratie
Kxecutive Committees of our rt?-?
tive counties, composing the l?th
Senatorial district, it is hereby order?
ed that a I ?enioeratie Convention be
held in Berry ville. Va., at 12 ni.. 00
?u>AY, ? i g 899, for
the purpose of nominating a candi?
date for tho ?""?t?te Senate to represent
the R'th Sonatorial district, that the
representation of the conn tie*? compos?
ing the said ?listrict in the conten?
tion, shall be on the basis of oue del?
egate for everv fifty democratic votes
and fraction of fifty in exee*?
tweuty five, cast at the last guberna
Tu??. [>. Gold,
Chm. Dem. Coir, Clarke County.
Akthi k I. \Y \KT1
Chm. Hem. Com. Warren county.
1.1? ii i?. s. Parks,
Chm. Dem. Com. Page county.
House of Delegates Convention
The convention to nominate a t i
didate for the House of Delegates toi
represent the counties of Clarke and
Warren will meet in Berrvville. Va..
Saturday, August 19th, 16*3
Mr ?Gold Endorsed
Our wellknown countymon, Hon.
Thomas I>. (?old, deserves the unan
imousand hearty endorsement, which
hie candidacy for State Senator re
ceiyed at the primaries in the county
last Saturday. No man m the coun?
ty is entitled to recognition at the
bands of his party more thau Mr.
Gold. Being chairman of the demo?
cratic executive of Clarke county for
many years, upon him devolved a
large amount of labor for which he
has never received nor asked for, till
now, any compensation, and it is but
just and right that the democratic
party, for which he has toiled nearly
a life time, should gratify his desire
to be its standard-bearer in the
approaching fight for the State Sen
a*te. Besides being the duty of the
party to award its faithful servants.
it is also its duty to place its banner
in the hands of a man in whom the
people have the utmost confidence
and who possesses the ability to take
care of the people's rights wheu as?
sailed. Mr. Cold is such a man, and
his fellow-citizens of his homeconnty
will demonstrate their esteem for
him at the polls next fall, if he makes
the race, with the same unanimity as
they did at the primaries Saturday.
It is stated on high authority that
the result of a conference between
President McKinley and Secretary
Hoot is that Gen. Otis will remain in
supreme command of the Americau
forces in the Philippine Islands.
However, should Gen. Otis express a
desire to be relieved Gen. Lawton
will be promoted and placed in com?
mand of our troops. Gen. Merritt
desires again to return to
Manila, but no place can be found
for him. Considerable dissatisfac?
tion is expressed by frieuds of the
Administration at the decision of the
President to leave General Otis to
continue his ineffectual struggle to
conquer the Filipinos, but it is said
that Mr. McKinley desires to
give him a chance to show what he
can do with 50,000 effective troops.
A brief cessation of the rains ena?
bled General Otis to advance some
troops to Calulet, six miles from Sau
Fernando, with the object of clear?
ing away the Filipinos about the
American post. The natives madt
life a burden by coming close undei
cover sod firing at the Am?ricain
day and night, thus picking off indi?
viduals and robbing all of sleep. Sar
Fernando was bombarded by foui
American gunboats Tuesday, but nc
landing was made. It was hoped
that warning was given, so that non
com baten ts escaped, since we learn
that many houses were riddled and
destroyed. We are no doubt bein/j
rapidly endeared to our fellow-citi
zens or subjects by these bombard
It Saves thk Children.?Cham
berlain'e Cough Remedy has savec
the lives of thousands of croupj
children. It is also without an equa
for colds and whooping cough.
Those words, 44I am iunocent,"
dramatically uttered by Captain Al?
fred Preyfus, the French Array mar?
tyr, when taken before and iuterro
I gated by the military court, now sit
I ting at Kennet?, France, hearing the
! now world-renowned case.are about to
be vindicate, by the court. Broken
in spirit by ceaseless dotnitigering of
his guards at I ?evil's island, shattered
iu health by his long coulitiement in
prison, yet strong in the faith of his
ultimate acquittal, ('apt. Dreyfus has
borne the wrong doue him five years
ago in a manner that appeals to ev
erv heart for sympathy and admira?
tion. The eyes of the world are now
? centered upon tin-? man and the
country that will decide his fate.
In the trial no evidence of any
I convictiug nature whatsoever has
been developeil. and the evidence.
which was giren bv Gen. Mer?
cier aud which, it was upheld by the
anti-Preyf usit?s, contained proof of
the prisoner's guilt, turned out SO bs
of the flimsiest character?a tissue
of surmises, exag?rations and falsi
Ti. Mercier declared that
war with Grrmanj over the Dreyfus
affair was imminent at the time e?f
bis former trial, and in or.ler to avert
it it bu necessary to conceal from
the public. Preyfusand his couusel
certiiin documents, upon which the
guiir of the prisoner vsi
These ?locuments turned out to I e
by Fsterha/y and Henry.
Former President Pr?sident Casimii
I'erier denied the ruth of nianv of
< ien. Mi ? a?ll?Bgations.
The confession of Count Esterba
.v reveals the truth o' the aiTair. He
says that he and CoL Henry so ar
ranged matters that the forged bor
dereau went to the Gorman Fin
at a time when no responsible official
wa? there, with the result tliat the
secret agent of the Freue h Govern
ment, employed as a servant by the
Germans, got the bordereau and
brought it to the French army head
qaartors uuopened. It was a put-up
job all through and every step of it
is soiled with fraud aud chicane.
It has been lo:. te?l that the
plotters who have been using the
Preyfus affair to further their plaus
for overthrowing the Republic would
make the conclusion of the new
court-martial the sigual for their
uprising. Some evidence of this
seems to have come to the p:
ministry, and on Saturday the ex?
citement caused by the dramatic
events at lveunes was increased by
numerous arrests in and near Paris
of persons supposed to be eugaged in
the revolutionary plots.
If. Labori, Dreyfus*! junior
counsel, was making his way to the
courtroom Monday, he was shutdown
bv a fanatic.
Ken Thomas, colored, aged tweuty
years was lynched Tuesday night last
in Alexandria for attempting an as?
sault upon Lilian Clark, the eight
year-old daughter of Fdward Clark.
The facts of the affair are these: Mrs.
Clark sent her little daughter to
Thomas's home, adjoining their prop?
erty, to procure an axe Thomas had
borrowed. When the little girl en?
tered Thomas's property aud asked
him for the axe. Thomas seized her,
and pulling her towards him at?
tempted to take indecent liberties
with her. The girl struggled aud
managed to break away from Thom?
as's grasp. She went home and told
her mother of the negro's action to?
ward her. Thomas was quietly ar?
rested, tried before Mayor Sampson
and sent to the grand jury. During
the night a large crowd assembled,
forced their way into the jail, seized
the brute, and dragged him to a
nearby lamp post, where he was
strung up. The negro's clothes were
torn to shreds by the mob. A dem?
onstration was made by the colored
people for the purpose of protecting
the negro lieml, but the crowd was
dispersed by the police. The au?
thorities in Alexandria were com?
pelled to call out State Militia, to be
ready to quell any uprising among
the negroes who threatened to burn
the town to revenge the death of
Thomas. Let the negro cease his at?
tacks upon the Southern women, then
and not until then, will the lynch?
ing be stopped.
Since Kichard Croker, the leader
of Tammany Hall, has been in Eng?
land, his views on vital political
issues have undergone a complete
transformation. Before he went
abroad he spoke disparagingly of Mr.
Bryau as a candidate for President
and intimated that expansion of the
McKinley brand was good democratic
doctrine. ?Since his return to ?Now
York he declares that McKinley im?
perialism is "a campaign of ?laugh
ter," and that "no man is so close to
the people as Bryan, and is one of
the greatest men Amerioa has pro?
B VTTLETOVv S IMsTKin.
Pursuaut to the call of the demo?
cratic executive committee of Clarke
couuty, the democratic voters of Bat
tletowu district met iu convention at
the Court House, Saturday, ?\ug. I'??.
Mr. C. M. Broun, a member of the
, executive counuittoe, took the cbair
and called the meeting to order. Af?
ter statiug the object of the meeting.
1 the chairman declared th" house open
i for nominations for Chairman aud
i Secretary, and Mr. C. M. Brouu was
chosen for the former aud Mr. Black
bum Smith for the latter place
The followiug resolutions were
then offered aud carried:
l.esolved, That the following del
egates be elected to a Convention to
meet in Berry ville, Augusts P.'th, to
? nominate a Democratic candidate to
the State ?Senate:
Delegates ?Chas. M. Broun, d. IV
Barnett, EL D. Kerfoot, Samuel Mc
Cormiek. Joseph Bell. l>. EL Snyde?-,
Alternates H. W. Baker, P. J.
Attleek, ?Vbe Lougerbeam, Frank
( 'astlemau, M. EL P. Castlemsu.
Louis Sohonor, Bur well McCuire.
And to the convention to nominate
a candidato to the House of Delegates
following named neiOOnS
De Marshall McCormick,
Blackburn Smith. Chas. M. Broun,
H. W. Shepherd. J. T. Griffith, H.
H. McCormii k. Nicholas Moore. \
Alternates ? W. Kinnell, Frank
Galloway, P. EL Powers, Jas. W
vor. Jno. f. Crow,Jaa Foloj, Kugene
Gloi r. S 8. Thou
This convention instructs its dele
rote for Thos, D. Gold as the
nominee for the State Senate.
It is the sense of this nrieetiog that
no change should be mad?? in the
("nited States Senatorship.
i. That it is the SSUSS ol
- meeting that F. 8. Senators
should be elected by the direct wiU?
of the people; and that oui rep:
tatixTSS be re<jueste?l t?> take such
steps as may be : v t?> a.
plish tins end. On motion Mar
shall McCormick ami *'. M. Broun
theu chosen h> members ?>t iiie
County Democratic Kxei-utiv? ?'oiii
BlackBi as vv: : ??-:. S??cy.
i u V-. M. Broun. I Ihm.
CHAPEL DI8TEK l.
Porsuant *o a call by the dem.?
cratie executive eotntnittee of ?Iarke
county, a tna-- n? ? ' ag sal held at
Mills ,. 12, for the
purr* leloctiog four del? (
and four alternates to conventions to
beheld in Berryville. Va., Aug. 19,
for the purpose of nominating a can
didate to represent the Bti?tSJ I
Clarke and Warren in the House of
ates and a candidate for the
Stete Senats to represent the 12th
ii. W. Lovi was chosen chairman
of the meeting with H. L. Thomp?
The following resolutions were of?
fered by EL II. Lee. Jr., aud adopted:
?olved. That the delegates from
Chapel district to the convention
which meets in Berryville Aug. 19,
. to elect a caudidate to repre?
sent the couuties of Clarke and War?
ren in the House of Delegates be in?
structed to vote for the man who has
the largest number of votes of the
delegation from Warren county:
Thai the delegates or delegate
piratent, or if uo delegate be present.
then such alternates or alternate as
as may be present, be empowered to
cast the full vote of this district, aud
if neither such delegate or alternate
lie j?resent, then the delegates or al?
ternates as the case may be from the
other districts be empowered to cast
the vote of this district pro rata:
Aud such delegates or alternates
are instructed to vote to instruct the
nominee of the couventiou to cast
his vote for the Hon. .J. Hoge Tyler
to succeed the Hon. Thos. S. Martin
in the Senate of the F nited States,
as representative of the principle of
nomination of Senators by the people.
Resolved, That the delegates from
Chapel district to the Senatorial
convention, which meets in Berry ?ill?
Aug. 19, 1899, are instructed to vote
for and use all honorable means to
secure the nomination of Hon. Thos.
D. Cold as the democratic candidate
to represent the 12th ?Senatorial dis
trict, composed of Clarke, Warren
and Page counties in the Virginia
That the delegates or delegate or
alternate present from this district
ca6t the full vote of this district; and
if none such be present, then the
delegates or alternates as the case
may be from the other districts be
empowered to cast the vote of this
district pro rata; and that in each
cate they vote to instruct the nomi?
nee of said convention to cast bis
vote for and to use all honorable
means to further the election of the
Hon. J. Hoge Tyler as the successor
of the Hon. Thos. S. Martin in the
Senate of the I'nited ?States, as rep
sentative of the principle of nomina?
tion of ?Senators by the people.
Resolution offered by W. A. Brad
ford unanimously adopted:
Whereas, it is believed by many
conservative citizens that the present
system under which the Senators of
the Fnited States secure their elec?
tion often brings about a result, that
does not rellect the public will, and
Whereas, a movement has recently
been set on foot in Virginia which
has for its object a definite ascer?
tainment of the views of a majority
of the voters of the State on the
question of changing the aforesaid
system; therefore, be it
Resolved, That the democrats of
Chapel district in mass convention
assembled do hereby recommeud to
our respective couveutions which
shortly assemble for the nounuatiou
of members of the Legislature that
they plainly, positively aud uue?|iuv
ocally instruct the nouuneea of the
said oonvsutious to vote for aud use
every opportunity to bring about a
system of legalized primaries under
which the people of this State can
declare their choice for Cnited States
Senators. This remedial legislation
is asked to serve our purpos??' until
there can be engraf ted on the Fede?
ral Constitution an amendment that
will give to the people the right to
elect their Senator? bv s popular
The followino resolution was of
fered by Ceorge II. I.urwell ami
h\'?solved. That the members of
the executive coninntt?*e are instruct
ed to secure such action by the n?un
conimittee as mav be neeessarv to
provide primary elections for the
nomination of all district and eounty
The following list of ?lelegates ami
alternates were chosen:
To the Senatorial convention
Pelegates: W. A. Bradford, 1?. W.
Catlett. T. H. Lew; Alternates: J.
P. sprint, T. M ^ Il m, J. B. ?Ford,
To the I !??,.-? of Delegates conven
tiou Delegs W. Lew, U. H.
Lsce. Jr., L M. Shearer, .los. Lloyd:
VI tern ate*?: I. K. BriggS, F. H. Whit?
ing. A. V. Neville, Ponton Payne.
K. B. Whiting and K. 11. Lee, Jr.,
elected metnbt1 i ountv
O. V7. I.k\ i. Chm.
h4. L Thou psok, 8?
L??s?. M vKsu Distrk ?.
In : he call of rin* de
ocral t: v.- r? ?mm it too ??f < Mark??
county, the letnoeratic voters
Lout: Marsh district assembled in
- . .?nv.*iiti??n Saturday, Aug. KM h
lu purpose of electing ?id?-.
to the conventions t?i I??* held in
ryville, Aug. 10, tidi
dates f?u the I*t*eislature
?:i?L' tO ? " Hf?-?' It-'
t. < t-rgam
?tig .'. C Uuth? man,
ami .'no. K. IY
I'P'iti taking tin chair, chairman
Rutherford, after stating thai the ob*
>f the Ul
I gates t<? tin cou voulions that vviii
ry ville Aug. 1 '.'. f??i
purpose ?>f nominating a caudidate
for the Virginia House of Delegate-1
to represent Ularke aii?l W ?
counties and a candidate for tu?
state Senate to represen I the I ??lb
itorial Pistriet. conipooed of the
oounti?FS ??1* Clarke, Warren and !
callee! for Dominations.
Upon motion of A. Moore, jr., the
belofJ iiMimel delegate! and alter
were nominated ?ml duly elected:
For senatorial oonsontiiMi -Dele?
gates; W. II. Hoi lid ay, Trip Hordes*
ind W. E. Bead; Alternat re A.
M ?'ore. jr.. Hugh I'ierce. and .L C.
For House of Delegate4* oooven*
ti.tn Pelegates: 1. 1?. Hardeetv, .1.
S. l?ussell. an?! Harry Warden; Al?
ternates:.!. I. Berlin, J. J, Riely, ?and
a resolution was adopted instruct?
ing the delegates to the Senatorial
convention to vote for and use all
j honorable- nn-ans r ?< lecure the nomi
nation of their couutymao, Thomas
P. ??.?Id. for the State senate.
A resolution wu.*- lost, approving
the election of I*. S, Senators by leg
: alized primaries until such amend?
ment may be engrafted upon the
Kederal Constitution providing for
the election of sai?! public officers by
; popular vote, ami recommending to
the Conventions te? shortly assemble
i to instruct their nominees to the \e-?
I islatuiv to vote tor and use every op?
portunity to bring about a legalized
primary system, umler which the
pe?jple n.ay express their choice for
u, S. Senator.
.Mr. (?old, who was present at the
meeting, thanked his fellow-demo?
crats for their bearrv eudorsment of
his candidacy, and promised, if nom?
inated and elected, to carry out the
wishes of his constituents and to en?
deavor to bring about only such leg?
islation that will redound to the pub?
F pon motion of A. Moore, ,Ir., the
present members of the democratic !
county executive committee, Thos.
P. (iold and Wm. F. Reed, were re?
tained in office.
Fpon motion the meeting adjourn?
ed. J. C. Rl'THEKFORIi, Chm.
JbTO. EL Orowk, Secy.
(?UKKNWVV Dl8TRI< I.
The proceedings of C?reenwav ?lis
trict reached us too late to be pub
lished in full. From the account
sent us we learn that Cant. David
Mea?le was made chairman, and C.
A. Ford secretary.
Mr. Cold's candidacy was endors
ed: also (?ovemor Tvler's candidacy,
together with a primary system for
the eleotion of F S Senators.
The delegates and alternates to the
Senatorial convention are:
Pelegates ? M Powell Page and
Alternate.-*?C F Kennerly C 0
House of Pelegates convention:
Delegates?J W Hurch, C W Fritts.
Alternates?J B Willingham, G
M H I ? ear don and C A Ford were
elected members of the county exec?
K IBPQ?laR and useChamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Keine
dy for all pains of the stomach and
all unnatural looseness of the bowels.
It always cure?.
Chapel School Board.
Chapel Di-trict School Hoard will
hohl a meet im: .?n BATI auJH '-?><'.
for the purp.-. ol appoiatlag
Isachsrs for the eaaalng aeasios
u.it i h-ik .?f Board
Notice to Teachers.
The (?reenwHV Histrict s??hi?ol K??ar?l
will meet Ht White l*?>st SSI r.ui?\v.
15th, 1 *.-.?. f?>r the purpose of np
pointing teaolu-r*? AH applioitlions
must I??' a? voinp-tnie?! vtith the -up?-rit?
ten.h'iit- ?t-rtiti?-:tt?*. otheiwlss they 1.111
sol i?e sntertalasd
in??*? xi LEWIS,
Hiicl-'? Clerk of H??Hr.l
Long Marsh School Board.
I'lu- I.one M.'ir-h I?istri?t ?**? liool l'??ar?l
will hoi?! a tiu-etiutrat 11 urdo-tys ?.chool
.?11 S vi 1 un v? . Sept. *Jm?. IfiSw, at
10 O'clock 8 in. f??r the purp??-?- ?>f Hp
potattag touchers in said district foi ?'H
siiin?: year All applicants must have
County Superintendent's certificates,
otherwise their application v\ill not be
attgll It" 1 Hi SI oui?, t'lerk
By virtus of a ?leed of trust ?xe.ut ?I by
- kitchen to th? " ?-'1 trust
the 7th ?!.?-? l**''T. and retarded ?u
th,- ? bee "f the .??iiiity ???urt of
? -\ \'.i In P >
.1 debt .-I
an?] I. XV 1
?tu?! upon the re.|ii?--t of the beneficial
will oner for afile a! |?ublic Buction ;
highest bidder at Royo Va, <?n
Saturday, September 9, ii
at l'J o ? 1?h k in . tin- foll>?vviii ? '?? ??< r
? ?nal propert?
I \?*\\ Plauau l?in?l?-r. I r??j".
I I)?*?*rina* Mow? i ndition.
:l I in?* H??i-?--. I .? ?Mallion .
I'.-r further p 111 ? j 111 r. ? ?fth? un
augli \\. T LEW 18, IV ?
I \\ ?11 -?-11 Bl puhli? *:ile in th.- ha? I
?>f th?? pr. ?
Kerry ville. Va
Tuesday, August a2. .
HOUSEHOLD <? KITCHEN
found in a well-furnished h<
I in fair eon?!
-.lit .?I nine month*?
? - ?? v. util
?m day ?
.my \. ?
i until '
M.? 1 It. t 1.1 XX I*
I will sell ni puiili?- -ah-<>it t h<- lar in of Mr?
A R ituated 1 mileaouth of Berry*
vil I , Va., on the county r>?a?l leading i<?
l'rii ? - Mill, ?.n
Thursday, August 24, 1899,
at i<?... I? ?? k a. in., th? ? propert]
10 Head of HORSES?
l of which is thorough I :i "Lake,'
1". hand- high, w. . ?J II?-.. sir?*.l l?y
"? 'barley H ward, and <>ut of "Spring
Hill Bell"; 1 thomughbred I .- by
K.-nny." <>ut of "Hinda," ami in foal by
1? u.- ' 1 t hon ??igb bred < '??It by
and out of "Kennita"; l thomiigh
bred Stallion "Sj nt? ?is?-. I?y ".?-ara? en
oui of "Bijou"; l gentle riding and ?in\ ing
!? hcavv draft II?.r-?--. 9 t?*-?i?>r ?????xl
15 Head of CATTLE.
1 i?f which ?8 a th??roughbred Durham Bull,
ll-bred 11? il.-r- . itss Mil?!: I
an.l 1 half-bred Kali;
SO KCEAD OF KOC>S.,
I of which i Sows, 1 ha- pigs bj
ber sitie, rand 16 are Vouug I *i^r>;
l 1RMING IMPLEMENTS,
in.:; of I Deering Binder in good repair. I
Pennsylvania I...w <l..wn I'rill. l tx-w :
in?r Mow. 2 Karabear Plowa, S double Shovel
Plowa, 1? single shovel Plows, l cultivator. 1
four-horse Ihril-.ll Wagon, I aagon saddle,
- . ?t Plow '
wagon, i .;
hriil!. i many
other art | bj a well-equipped
A lot of Ducks, Chickens & Turkey::
30 Acres of CORN to be sold in Field;
HOUSEHOLD & KITCHEN
all Nearl) Saw and in Gttod Condition.
TERMS.?All aumsoftlOand under, cash;
oil all SUIIIs over flu H ins lit ??'t'A ?-lv,- 111?.lit hs
will be (,'ivi-ti up??u purchasers executing n?
?zotiable note \\ ith satisfactory endorsement,
beau-ins interest from ?lay ol -a!.-, and paya
ble at the Bank of Clarke County. Noprop
erty to be removed until terma ar?- strictly
?-?t? n?a?l os* Stock Cattle \% i II be ot?
tered f..r sal?- by Mr. John I'. ?Bell.
MAITL.ANO Kill,Y A-i.
Il.!ll?-I?.?wcr A West. \iict.
OF \ AI.lAlil.K PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Intending to quit farming, I will offer at
public sale] mile north ol Boyce, Va on
Wednesday, August 23, 1899,
at in ??'?lock a. m., th?- following property:
5 Head of HORSES & COLTS,
2 ?>f which are Rorehear Leaders, 1 a light
driving Mar?-, and ?2 well-bred < '.?Its. one and
two y.-itr- old;
33 Head of CATTLE,
i <<f wli i? ii arc lin.-1 '..w
36 Well Bred HOGS,
l is a tin?- Berkshire Sow heavy with |>ig i?\
u thoroughbred Poland China Binar, the
r?-st are (2) Sows. Piga and Sloats;
l two-home Wagon and Bed, Shelves and
Manure l>?.;ir?i.s. i art of tug barnsaa for two
horses, trhecka, ???liar-, hrinlcs, plow
i r?>p Buggy nearly new, 2 sets ??f Single
Harness, i set being nearly next Rlweu'a
make); 2lab robes. I <*1?*feen's satklle, ?'rid?
ing bridles, l Oliver Chili Plow, double
above] plows, harrow, forka, ahovels, mad?
dox, picks, grain cradle, lot ??f grain -neks,
cutting l><>\. rak.-s. 11?.?-?, digging ir??n?. etc.
TERMS All sums of $10 and under, cash;
on all suma ovar 910 s cred.1 of nine mont ha
will I??' k?v?-u up??ii purchaser? executing
DSgotiablenotea with aaXurlbetnry endorse?
ment, bearing interest from day of aaJe, and
payable al the hank of (Marks < 'ounty. No
j.r??p?-rty to he removed ?n??ii terma an
??trictly ccmplied with
if the farm (of Maims of No. i land) upon
which this pr?.p?-rty i? to he sold ha.*) not
been r?-nt?-?l by day of sale, it will be offered
to the highes, bidder for rent for one year?
.1 W.XI THOMI'SUN,
Helllfhower ,V W'.Ml, An.!
One Minute Coutrh Cure, cures.
That la what It ?vas made for.
THE RACKET STORE.
BELOW ARE A PEW OF THEM
FOR CASH ONLY:
.'? piece granit?' Chamber s?*tn.
worth 1.98. fit"
Class dessert dishes, uonM be a
bargain at 1 V. only.
Wood curtain poles, brass'trim
Wire s?>ap ?1 ich
Soa\p -avers, eacti . ?"'??
Kitchen forks, each. 8?B
Wire ti y traps, each. lOc
Wire dish covers, per set ?>f five
'.i hole woo?l Monte Traps '??*'
Revolving handle rolling pina,
Hardwood wash boards, fnil size. 10c
( '??in purses, kit! sides
larger ami better . . !"??
Kill hair curlers, lai
^?>ap in nice OOl . 5c
(?lass syrup cans, patent top
: I?arge china mugs, worth 10c., at 7c
Nickel plated call bells. 80c
Lolir-lu'ii - ike turners, each le
Sauce Pans ??t? with covei i
. ? > qts., 1" cts.
Safety pin*;, per dm.2,3 .a !??
?ops, each .
lot chains, ? neb.. :>??
Nutmeg grat??rs, ?acb . 1c
-?raiturs, each.I, I
?iebeotOt OtQTS ma's, ?ai-b. :>c
11 inch .lappaum?! waiters. 8c
Win* broilers. :5c
:I? iv?or broilers . 10a
Wire dish drainers .10c
One piece tir?? shovels. lc
H??im* soldeoing '*>>ts. loc
1? inch basting Spoons
Cork screw I, wire, wi...?l
Combination glass cutter, onn
opajiOr, cork screw, scissor
irpener . ."?c
- lemon a?queeser.
V 11 ?_;. ? r brae? . p??hshed steel, hard
\v..o?l bandies .K-c
Fancy garter elnstic 2, 1,5 .v 10c
blacking, p?*r l?e>.\.1, ;.
Cravv straineri . :?c
Wood spoons. 3c
te ???llar button?*, per dos . de
Shaving brushes..?c up
iien' n shield boo.s Eta
\\ i h mil i llorado I. dc
, ipialil . R riling pap.
There are hundreds more we haven't room
for. Just come and ask for them
When you want SHOES, call on us. We
always give you your money's worth.
Our man's $1.08 Shoe can't be equalled
elsewhere for $2.50.
COYNER & COINER, PROPRIETORS,
The Old Established Fertilizer House,
SMITH cV BAKEB
FERTILIZER**,- i:s\i! VRLOAD OR TON NAMELY
Smith ft Baker': A f ::' F:.v;rite, Clarke
3:.:.:;- Special. ParmoTt' Spt ... 1 : C Gnanc,
cuth Carolin:, a . bei Er;
loi. ???? vu: ix>w.
alM H W Bild BTRAW W \ N ill? for which we paj high?** ? asi. I'n.
HEBT BRANDS ??I FAMILY FLOUR FOR SALE i ? >\v
SMITH A MAKER
WJI. E. KEE? & CO.
Are li Best.
JUST RECEIVED \ CARLOAD OF DEEKING MA? HIKERY AI-??. A < ?RLOAD
DEERINO BINDER ?TWINE < Ml TO SEE US BEFORE ".??l BUY
WE CAIN SELL YOU AT PEU ES WITHIN TOI i: REAI H
??iHun FL< >UR, FEE! ) ?.?< ( KM ENT g?-53.%
THEREFORE ARE IN POSITION To MAKE RIGHT PRH ?KB
Will l^x<*li2i.ii??*<* Valour i"<>i- Win-in.
B?gy? Wheat, Corn" Hay & Straw ^J??SfRt?
We want 100,000 Lbs. of Wool this Season.
IT UN.I. PAY YOI IX) BEE ITS BEFORE BELLING
BUY YOUR PLOW REPAIRS FOR OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS FROM US
WE CAN BAVE N?M MONEY.
I^?T<'?>AI.. SALT. BARBED WIRE, SEEDS, ETC., ALWAYS < ?N HAND
Il Y 1 1 i?S
Office ami ?SlovatOff near Depot
-TKriSeoZ- E. REED SZt OO ,
BERRY VILLE, VA.
lroquois Bieweies ?gg-75
?P^CLE WORKS FAILED 5CTSE
??'?ou im.,ni'. r""l"'"-,e* Made to sell at $eo. t?.j
thll^tl^ ? ".We ,,mve r"nr*"''-"-? '?> ?ell llie-i?. ?.HI at j?.t w!..t
iro?^nVamA?* ?arvrloua oBVr ..fa Model S
"??"???> "l* ?-? 'Li.-, famousovar> w liera 1st besutv sn,l ^,\ quality
DESCRIPTON Th' ,r"?l'f"? B?*?I?*I3?Stuowsllkn..wnt..nre.l
UiUrVfJ) ,. * tUU',8<1 <lescr.,.iK,n. Shelby ;?, m ??ami*.?
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Mack, maroon an<l each irren f;,,,?.'fr.?,. ?'.', !,?nr".r' "^ '" ''r"l' n?st nickel an.l.nai?. ;
Otmh Akir? l?s\a'ydat'?t,*>odh"h"^ ??.??'i'"'-? ??.?*????a"'oV^ wViitc?'//?-t'"-. ?T*^5^***"f""*,n
\rin IlNF nfll I AR ,ory?u*<->'rres?aieclsiru.r?r,.,. f ,.*, . ?ritten l.uurunt.c with ?yery nirrrla.
iThT?.. WRC MULLlln heiirht of f ram" wanted an-iwl w,i' u ,' ?.0"^ W.a>' ???????hrthaT ladiaa' of *-.??,..? cl,.,'?,,.!
WE HAVE BICYCLE8lX^B??i^''?4?*'?^T<^->-'
Wan1*9d ! Wanted!
erar, or?,., kaosr?. haw i,???.,i ?,r,. ,w? isisig, ?,?i W(.??, ltTetm,n] ,od?
AU kinds of Photographic Work.
VA. PHOTO. CO.