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Is thalieall centre of the Schuylkill,
coal region, thirteen miles from
' the county seat. 'It Ip oivtho
,ltne of the Phllndelphla and
" ""' v Rendiiig.Penusylvaiilnand
Lehigh Valley railroads,
thtls ottering excellent
facilities for travel.
Not quite 1 hours
ride from theoity
It possesses the gretiteBt In
ducements for the 16cntlon
of factories, mills, &c Ux
cellent water supply, fuel plen
tiful and cheuper than any
where elso. Educational ad
vantages unsurpassed, l'tire air,
pure water, electrlo lights, &e., &o.
A ailing All llouuil.
"Are you being waited onf" asked tht
floor walker, politely, after tiio man had
beenstandlngat thooounter for about three
"No, but I'm otdy waiting fdr my wife"
"Tho Indies will delay when they go shop-
"Oh, she's tlono shopping ttours ago; J
think she's waiting for her change."
To Ho Kxpccteil.
Tho conversation turned on blind poopla
who had been cured after long years oi I
"W en, voiunrecreu jouos, i once oau
an aunt who remained sightless until the
advanced ago of 77."
"And then?" asked some one.
"Why, then she died," replied Jones
Presents in the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy lenown to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Ilil'ous or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHIHQ 81.EFP,
HEALTH unci STRENGTH
Everjr one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOn
MANUFACTURED ONLY DY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAl.
tOUISVIUE. Ki NEW YORK. N. f.
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE BurmALL's Bun-niNO,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
a A two and, one-half- story double frame
dwelling house, with store-room and res
taurant. Located on Kast Centre street.
li A valuable properly located on South Jar-
3-yeven dwelling houses at the corner of Gil
bert ond Lloyd streets. Good Investment.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1873.
W. Baker & Co.-s
from which the excess ot
oil has been removed, Is
audit is Soluble,
tiro used In Its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and Is tlioroforo far moro
economical, costing less than one cent
a cuj. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for Invalids
as well as for persons In health,
Sold by Orocors ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester! Mass.
WITCHES OF VIRGINIA.
QUEENS OF OIIOST-I.ANO HAUNT
QRtTESCjM'e LEQfeNDS bF
Tlie SlrniiKc l'otvor of Sully FrMdlr
Un. Itolniul mill Ann Hole!
tllJtoiIini Eluihi1cs or Witch
craft Many of the superstitions of the old
colonial times Btlll survive in tho moun
tains of Virginia. I do not refer to the
Voudoo worship of the coldred people,
Initio tho beliefs tttat are common
nmoiitr the white folks of the region.
Here among the Allcghanles, "witch
craft celebrates pale Hecate's offer
ings." and within easy reaching dis
tance of Flncastle thcro are a. num
ber of withered hags, who loss
thnn n. century afro would have been
Irarnetl at the strike for tho black arts
they aro supposed to practice. They
are reputed to be witches. At least
two of these women belonged to flue
fnmlllos in the long Ago, and wore
noted for their beauty and jewels. In
the olden times witchcraft was not con
fined to the Puritans of New England.
Princess Anno Court IIou.se, a little
village southeast , of Richmond, Va.,
witnessed the ducking of Uracc Sher
wood in tho waters ofLynnhaven bay
for witchcraft. Tho bollef in witchos
has never diod out in tho vicinity.
Rally Friddly, living on Potts' Creek,
Alleghany county, furnishes her neigh
borhood with a striking story.
Sally Frlddly keeps behind her closet
door a tow linen towel. It has hung
there for forty years, all told.
isow, when Sally irluclly wants a
neighbor's cow to yield to her own milk
pail, she puts into said pall a silver dol
lar. Then she goes to tho tow linen
towel and repeats some such jargon as
"The milk for her,
The cream for mo.
Saw, Itrownle, saw."
That a woman of this kind has a
strange influence over her fellow-men,
ignorant, unlettered, undisciplined
though they be, cannot bo denied any
more thnn it ean bo explained. She
grows up with tho power. She makes
prophecies and they aro verified.
Ann Hotel, formerly Ann Croft, has
been a famous character in tho coun
try for thirty years. Sho is still a
young woman. Sho professes to have
powers instilled In her since birth by a
witch mother. Sho has epileptic fits,
talks with a drawl and a nasal whiuo,
and emphasizes her words in a peculiar
She was a caspcr's daughter, botn in
that country Uotctourt and as a girl
worked in tho family of one very re
spectable, if not learned, old gentle
man Jloore by name. Tho substan
tial, unpainted old Dutch house filled
with curious old books and furniture,
among which were German black let
ter volumes and a valuable hall clock
with chimes, proved a tempting .homo
t6 the house girl, Annie Croft. So, in
the hope of retaining it during her
natural life, sho bowitehed Mrs.
Moore so tho story goes and in a
very short time married tho gray old
man, then about 00 years of ago. She
was then about 19. Her fame as a for
tune teller and witch was then wonder
ful. Her enemies said that she in
flicted tho troubles sho foretold; her
friends that sho was a surprising
medium through which tho future re
Hut1 she seems to bo a real oracle for
a certain class, who seek her when
ever they lose an article, and sho in
variably discovers it for them. A poor
man lost his Coat. He could illy afford
such a loss, for ho had no other, and
when fall came and he felt tho need of
It, ho walked a few miles to hear what
Ann could toll him about it.
"It hangs in a dark place, upon a
knife stuck in the wall," sho read from
her wonderful book.
Upon renewed search It was found at
the hout.0 of his sister-in-law, and suro
enough it hung upon the butcher knife
behind tho closet door. Tho sister-in-law
had left it thore when sho wont
from homo tho spring before.
When sho tolls a fortune she begins
by turning the book in her hands three
or four tlmos, and opens it at random.
She then gazes with a burning in
tensity, whllo tho veins swell in her
temples and her eyes 'become inflamed
and tearful. Her mouth twitches, and
very slowly sho chants her wonderful
Having long jnado her a study, sines
rlighcst of all in Leavening Power.
ABSOLUTEOf PTOE '
early childhood, T have never had tin
opportunity of looking Into that book.
I uin under the impression that it in a
Bnbbath school edition of some Ameri
can tract work or a condensed form of
Baxter's "Saints' ltest."
She professes to read Ijctween thu
llneH, and violently onpoies uny one
opening the Iwok. Whatever it is it In
spires some wonuertul revelations
about simple folk. Her huhbnnd died
nfter a few years, and, by some quirk
in tho settlement, she lost all the
Sroperty. She declared her dead lmsr
and told her, through the powers sho
possessed, to dispose of It.
"He came every night," she told mo,
"and said he could not rest In his grave
until every book and stick of furriltnro
So tho grand old books were given
away some were burned. The be.ui
tlf ul clock that had chlnwd out its notes
In tho "fadcrlann" and in the old man-
blon for more than a century was sold
for a S5 greenback! And then the
court came in for a turn, and Ann lost
the weather-beaton house.
Hut she did not mount a homeless
widow long. She found and married a,
tramp Frenchman, Eugene Hotel, who
threatens to return to an nmablo veuve
In Franco every time he gets mr.d with
She claims to call up the dead in
spirit form. Upon one occasion, she
and the desplsablo man, her husband,
wererefusedorttertnlnment at a coun
try house. Sho ropaired to the little
church near the. house, and held an
orgy all night long, which was wit
nessed by the terrified inmates of the
house, they declaring that the graves
yawned and the night was peopled
with ghosts. They were only too glad
to have her at breakfast smiling her
banoful smile,- and appeased! Ann
lives now about four miles from Fin
oastle, and she vibits the villago every
bummer. If not a welcome visitor, she
is a humored ono, and is usually paid
for the guesses she makes and which
few really like to listen to, so near the
truth aro they.
Mrs. itoiand, connected with very re
spectable people, and now old and
feeble, has been forbears considered a
witch. Ignorant persons bo consider
her. tor vers she lived in an ugly
house on Main street alone; and yet
sho talked incessantly to long departed
friends. Sho has been wealthy, and
her people aro able to keep her out
of tho poorhouse, yet it is said
she who once robed in bilk and
jewels will die in the county almshouse.
She has suffered, sho is a disappointed,
childless, helpless old woman; and tho
strange magnetism which in tho days
oi her youth and beauty, brought to
her feet, lovers, husband, friends and
admirers is now exerted in putting evil
spellsujion people; in cursing them with
all manner of blasphemies, and every
ferson who knows her fears and shuns
It is said she quarrels as fiercely with
tho ghosts of her mother and sister
upon their frequent vibits as sho ever
quarreled with them in the flesh.
A littlo boy told mo that when he
built fires for Mrs. Roland a few years
ago, bho told him to "Sot a chair quick
for Lucy," upon ono occasion."
When ho did &o he heard distinctly
tho rustle of a silk drebs, and Mrs.
Holand directing her eyes to tho ap
parently vacant chair, bet up buch a
querulous scolding of Lucy's ghost as
to frighten him nearly to death.
"Stay in Purgatory," she said, "or
else you'll have all those silk dresses so
creased and glazed that they won't do
for Housoman's rag bagl Yon only
come back to hear yourself rustlo in
silk, you proud huzzy; and Satan can
havo no revenge, because you burnt
yoursolf up hero!"
"A great many tlmos," said tho child,
"would sho thus recoivo her ghostly
visitors. Sometimes thoy would come
to look over tho family jewols, and
then thoro'd bo a grout fuss, because
cortain of Mrs. 11. 's rolatives robbed hor,
and sho acquainted Luoy with the fact.
Onco Lucy slapped the witch's jaws,
tho sound of which tho boy hoard dis
tinctly; and tho red print of a hand
showed plainly on tho pallid old cheek.
Lucy was actually burned alive in
that ugly old square house. Sho was
burned in her kitchen flroplaco, and
only one shoe, inside of which was a
foot, proved that flesh, blood and bono
had perished there in tho pile of ashes
on tho hearth. Tho kitchen is now the
abodo of lights and shades, and elnco
the witch has been unable to hiro a
cook or command one by witch-power,
Bhe has left it wholly to these uncanny
occupants, and thcro tho villago folk
are willing they shallremaln.
IffittEl a- I B '
jrvut ' 1
Vmred a( on CO. VfMittfn toi wia by vU DruggUU. I
-1T1-rw---rn1-, ,,,...- IMtta
U. Sv Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
ELOPED FROM CHAUTAUQUA,
AN 1KCIDKNT THAT HAS RXCITUD
THE St'JIMElt SCI 1001..
Uliantauqtia, N. Y., July 15i Charles
"Wadswoith came Irom Huntingdon,
Pa., a short tlmt- ago to spend the sum
mer here. He had burled liis young
wife about six months ago and
Intended, a far as possible, to forget
lilt, grief lu the various lines of study
and recreation that Clmutauo.ua olleis,
1 .Nollle Parker, also n somewhat
tnelty brunette, came here fioin I atta
rnugus county, N. Y , about the 1st of
July to study. She wab not very wtll
off in this woild'e goods, but Was
thoroughly Independent, and hence
proposed to work her way through the
summer scuooi ny serving 111 n uining
room here, as many other girls tio,
Wadsworth camo to the same house to
board, met the cltl, and was coniplttely
captivated with her. Last Suuday
moinlng AVadsvioith and Miss Nellie
were missing. Later it was learned
that they had crossed the lake iun row
boat and eloped to Jamestown, whero
thev were suliet fluently married.
' ' Of course, everybody wishes them
well, tor it Is a good omen to be the
Hint married at Clinutnuqua on the
opening of tho assembly. Several
other prospective murried couples feel
vtry blue over the fact that they are
not 111 it" tins year.
NOTHING LIKE ITI
Blood is thicker than water,
ftnd must be kept pure to
Insure good health.
Swift's Spkcipio Is natures romoAf
for this purpose.
It nevor to falls eltmuate tho impel
tics and build up tho general hen'.Ufc.
There is only ono Swift's Spociflo,
and thero is nothing HVo It.
Bo sure and get the genuine.
Treatlso on Blood and Skin IMscsmi
Tho Swift Spociflo Co., Atlaxta, Oa
Or tlie Liquor llnlilt, I'mltli oly I'urcu
uy auMiiiiimpriiii; nr. liuiui'ft'
It ! manufactured a a rjowder. which enn ha crtven
In a glaaB of beer, a oup of oolfoo or tea, or In tood.
without tne knowledge ot ine pettont. It la absolutely
harmless, and will eueot a permanent and speed;
eure. whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or
an alcobolio wreo'c. It has been given In thousands
cf oases, and In e-ery Instance a perfect cure has fol
lowed. It never Full. The B7stem once ltnprctna
dwlth the Bpeoiflo.lt beoomeu an utter impossibility
so page dook 01 particulars ireo. u'o be had rw
C. H, HAGENBUCH, Druggist, Shcnacdouli
and alter Nov. SI, 1890, traim wdl leu
tihtnunilonh at follows:
for WlgKau, Ollberlou, rTucKvllle, Nev
Csttlo, 8t. ClAlr, and wuy polutu, H.W, 8.10
a m and 4.15 p in,
Brmdays, 600, U.40 a m and 3.10 p in.
Kor l'ottsvillo, tt.OU, H.1U a m and 4. IS p m.
Sundays, COO, 8.40a m and 3.10 n m,
for Xteudlng, 6.00, U.10 a ru and 4.15 pm,
Sundayu, COO, 9.40 a. in, and 3.10 p m.
Kor Fottstown, Plioenixville, jNorclstowt
and Pnlladeliihla (Broad street statloui. e.U).
?.1Q ana. and 4.15 p m week days
Mondays, cue, Mamiiaupm
Trains leave FrocKvllie lor Hnenandoah at
10.40 am and 12.14, 7.2,10,09p m, Hundays,
11,13 a m and 6.40 pm,
Leave Foitavllle lor Bhenandoab, 10,15 anil
11.48. a 13 7.15. 0.12 p in. (Sundays. 10.40 a m
5.15 p m.
Licave x-riiinuflinuia iiiroaa street lauoni
for l'ottsvillo and Bheuimdoah. 22.214.171.124) n ir
3.10, 4.10 and 7,00 p m week days, Sunday 9.23
am and 1.10 p. m.
tot w xorK, a.aj, 4,tio, .4U, o.x, u.go, 7.",
B.308.8O, J.M, ll.00andll.15am, 12.00 uoon nim
Ited eirrehfl, 1.08 and 4.50 I m.) 12.44, 1.40, 2.30
3.20. 4, 5, 60.30, 6.50 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 p m, 13.nl
On Hundays, 3.20, 4.05, 4.40, 5.35. 8.12, 9.6U,
a m.tind 12.4U.8.W (limited 4.60), 5.28, 6,30, B,6C
7.13 8.12 p m and 12.01 night,
for Bea Ulrt, Hprlni; Lake, Belmar,
Ocean Grove, ABbury 1'uri, and Uoag llrauct
8.20, 11,15, n. ra, 4.00 p. m. week a&yr Jfor
Freehold, 5.l'i p. in. week days.
ttaltlmor" and WaliInglon, 8.50, 7.20,-8.81
9 10, lu.0, 1 1.18 a m, lStrimlted ezprcsB3.4)
4.41 6.D7 anf 7.40 p, m., and 12.03 night, Fc
lialtlmoro nly,'X02. 4.1 1, 6 08 and liM p. m
On Sundays, 8.50, 7.io. n.lOund 11,18 a. m. 4.i.
8.57,7 40 p ra, 12.03 nlghU Baltimore only
5.08 and 11.80 p ra.
For Richmond and the Booth 7.20 11.18 a. ra.,
(Limited Kxpresa 12.85 p. m.,)12.03 niubt.weck
aayu. Hundays, 7.20 a. ra,, 12.08 uight.
'Xralna leave llarrlaburg (or 1'liiEBurc and
the west every day at 12.55 and 8.10 a m act1
1.00 (limited) and 3.40 p m. Way for Alloou
4.15 a m and 4.10 p m every day.
for rittaburg only, 11.20 a m dally and U'.2i
i in 7eek days.
Leave ftuubury tor "Wllllarinport, Elmini
'.'anandalgua, Itocheater, notloloand Nlagan
r'alla 5.10 a m dally, and 1.48 p m week daj ;
for atkluB, 6,30 p ra week days.
for Jt'rleand Intermediate ponW,6.10an
dolly, Kor Lock ilnven, 6.10, and 9.53 a ni
itally, 1 ol and 5.S0 p. m. week daye. Fo
Rtoova 6.10 u ra 1.48 and 6,80 p m week day.
1.10 a. m Hundays,
DHAB, Jf. fDUU, J. 11. WOOD,
lien. Man'' Ueu. I'm, a
A grand opportunity (or Joining a now
The Beoeficial Older of quilj,
A fraternal society for both sexes.
Pays From $200 to $5,000 !
IN BIX YEAHS.
Ad 'anccs money to buy hr mea, cancels th.
lnd btedness In case of disability or deatu
pays slt k nnd death benefits,
For Author particulars call on or address,
Deputy Snnreme president
if. iiain tn., Buenanaoan, ra.
RAINSTORMS TO ORDER,
KXri.ODINQ HOMHS IN LOITY BAL
Rome, N. Y., July 16. For the past
few days Oenerul It O. Dvrenforth, of
Washington, D. 0)., has been on the
balloon farm of Prufeecor Curl U
Meyers In Frankfort, Herkimer county,
a consultation with the noted bullooii-
t. Professor Meyers has Invented
mi apparatus by which he can resulate
e rainfall by sending baiioous up ml
the nir carrying explosive bombo, the
conousirloii of which will produce1
rainfall In the most rld regions.
Gen. Dyrenforth U n siici-lil olll r,
sent out by the Government lo Tut e I 1 dl Ilim you want IVlaC
oharge of tin- experiments tlmt wil fifth'! npnrl ton " nr nrirl
lake place In the Far West In a f , 1 ,, P t 0r Pea"
(iiiys. (jno iiuiidreu iinlloons, earn ten '
icci ui iiiH'iio'or, unve uei n nmuo i u
snipped to Ttxns for the expirimenu.
iie plan is in 1111110 uie dhiioohb
u Ith one pKrt of oxygen nnd two parts
hydrogen. A email ordinary cartridge
connected with two wir Is placed lu
ti o balloon, and the whole Is pout up.
When the Ih.Ho n la solltcleutlv hliili
the ci rliltln Is exploded by means of
eieciruny sent uirougii the wiies, anil
the two ynex unite In forclrir water.
This serves as' n nucleus to precipitate
me moi.mure 01 inu aimogptiere, anil
rain follows. Many successful expeti
nunts have 'een made in this vicinity
and near Wl 1 gton, D. C. Prof.
Meyers and General Dyrenforth will
stort for the West In a few days, and
their experiments willuenwalled with
D.VNOKUOUS ll.VIt ItlXOS.
Amonar the flrit of Ir. Kocli'a ,iH. nt vrfii,
consumption was a j ouob (rtrl InfwU'tl from the
oar-rlnKS of a deceased friend, liarbert- itch,
lupus, and specific rllwaae aro often derived from
ra. urusiie , towels, c. vigorous, healthy
blood Is the ben. aafemiard asmlnat. nil nsntsltMi
anil Cactus lllootl Cure, the one only vegetable
blood puriller known. Kb rival, no mineral, no
"KICKING THE BUCKET."
I!liuIooliin lVoplo Lift the Old Oaken
IIiKhet Willi I'cef, tint IIiiikI.
The way water is raised in llindoo
stau is very old and Interesting. It is
one of the most ancient methods, and
with the old oaken bucket has come
down the ages.
In this machine a long beam, weight
ed nt one end, is pivoted iu u forked
post and arranged to oscillate on its
pivot. To tho lighter end of the beam
is connected a rod which is attached at
its lowor ond to a bucket, and tho
weight of the henvier end of the boam
is more than sufficient to lift a bucket
of water. Upon tho beam is placed a
plank, and nt the sides of tho plank
are arranged hand-rails. The operator
wallt6 forward and backward upon the
beam, thus alternately adding his
weight to tho lighter end of tho beam
and removing it therefrom, causing tho
bucket alternately to dip into tho water
and lift it to tho surface, whore it is
emptied by another person.
In some cases these, machines aro
provided with stops to give a better
foothold. It is said that the operator
upon tliese mnchin es becomes so oxpert
that the water never ceases running in
the troughs leading from the well, and
still his confidence is such, notwith-
THE I'ICOTAII OF IH.VDtlSTAJT.
standing his apparontly dangerous
position, that he laughs, slugs, smokes,
and eats In this peculiar situation.
This machino is peculiar to Ilimlooslau,
and is known as the picotah.
Ono for tlio Vliiiiiberi,
Some English Inventor has devised a
new method of mukinv ji-intii in lead
pipe that is as effect! vo anl convenient
as It Is simple. One of the ends of pipo
to be jointed Is slightly reduced by
driving on a hollow cono, and ..then a
nut with a shaip thread Is sllp'ed on
the end. l!y driving a plug into tho
end of tho plpo the lead is expanded and
forced into the threads of the nut,
making a good male thread upon tho
outside of the pipe. Tho other pipe-
end is givon it left-hand thread In a
similar manner, and the two ends can
then be readily Joined by a right-and-loft
AmscnUlmnt Der-ii Illnclt VAlliih, vhlchtutsoa
Usa's boots ii week, ana on Womon'i n month.
25 Dollars worth of New Furniture for
25 tonti. HOW? By painting
25 square feet of Qui Furniture with
WOUTT i RANDOLPH, FUlAdelpbla.
TAKE A WOMAN'S ADVICE AND UE '
, Who rules in this town ? ,
Depends on the question up.
The lamp-chimney ques
tion what sort do you break ?
Whatever sort your dealer
How, do you think, ho
selects his chimneys ?
He buys those that cost him
least; he can get the regular
price for them; and the faster
thrv 1-it-r.nL- tlio tnnrn lir soils.
Tlmf'e 1, 1 rooonc
,, ,. ,
giuos, luugu Uiuss, iruuspur-
ent, clear, not foggy, fine, of
right shape and uniform. Tell
him you'll pay him a nickel
more a piece, and that will
cover his extra costs twice
over. Tell him you don't pro
pose to break any more. Try
your hand at ruling.
0 10, a. MACsun 4 Co.
CHEAP AM! .TrVrsrac.
20other styles 5-A Net
WM.AVKhSA SON-M, I'll!, JUULI lil
frolu by ul' ili' il. r-t.
CMehsstrr' Killat Illanonil RrsnJ.
ulBr ii. I In U.-d !u
"tit,.. t i 11 i, r
oftWr. He i .i iiii
llJtf' .-il ' J'l Fl1 '
in tn' i i i r , n ul
Malt. fJ'.tioi) .
'rklnl,...!.. I . .
Ask my naciitH for W. L. Doimlnn Slinrs.
If not lor sale In jour plnct- nk jour
Irnler lo pcihI for cntnloauc, svctiro Hie
usener, nml uet ilioni lor mmi.
trVAKH SO StHSTITUTE.aj
Ci tSn'C GENTLEMEN
THE B EST S H O E III THE WODtD FOR THE HONEV ?
It Is a si'iiinli'ss shoo, Ith no tucks or wix throad
to hurt tlioft-et; inudii of the best fine calf, stllsli
nnd piisr. ami f'c-ati- iv n tke nmi.- li . r thin
l tmrfo tlutn in-y other manufacture! . It i-'.u.Us bund
. gnwetl wliui-s costing frnniSU'ii to(t",'W,
CtfL 00 I.ciiilliio llaiul-m-ucil, thcnnctcaif
, ePvJs phuc evor offiTccl for t.t.KI; equals rrt'ut-h
I Imported li'M1! Mblch co.t fri-m ti.uito$l;' i"r.
tA OI) Iliillil-Sewcd Welt Mioi-, linn rnlf,
w'Vs stylish, comfortabtn Bud durable. llielu-Ht
slioc tvir oltered at this prlcut game grade as custom-made,
shoes eoallnK from t-8.00 to 8.io.
ffi .511 Tolleo r-ltoel l-'armers, Hulirnad Mca
, aiulItterCarrlersull weirthemt hnctulf,
seamless, nmuotU Inside, lieuvy threo soles, extcu-t-lou
oilge. Ono pair will wear a j ear.
tSQl 50 flno cttlfi no hotter 6hoe over offered at
UtOmm this price; one trial vlll convince tUoso
who want n shoe for comfort and serrlco.
Qli and S'.OO VorltlnirinntiM shots
xpthm are very strong nnd durnble. Thoso who
h ,ro glvon tbem a trial will wear uoofier make.
K3nlfc' r'i.00 nnd Ml. 75 school shoes are
' iSUJrO worn by the boJ every wberoj tUeysell
ou their merits, oh the Increaslux sales show.
P arfioR 83.0(1 llniiil-Ni-nrd hoe, lust
i kaG'LMlGa lJonKola,crystylshienuaUlrcncri
I Ininnr'ed shoes pontltiirf rom R1.IO to ftfMlo.
liililicft' iz.ou. B'j.litl unit P1.7A saoo ror
Misses are thu hest Hue Ooiigolu. stylish and durable.
t'niltioti. See that W. L. Douglas' namo and
price aro stamped on tho bottom of each shoe.
v, i.. uuuuuau, iiroeikiun, lass.
Th moat r-IUbl tx ueeeiifaj
(JiclUt for lUdiituu oltetb
T'VrFBS, hlctobti. Pimple, 8or
MuullitThroit, Irritktleiia. Suild
In-, JnfliitDtioiii, Kldntyi
Pi .! Jir, Lol Tli Hit j, Wk bark.
DTPfpU, Pile. MUnflholr,
Vetknett lbilitr, rmf ttrod M ntorj n Dettj, btrlelnrn,
tit dlittiti rem1 ling ttnta yoialifol erron or fiom orcrirork
Old.Youne w Mlddlo Agsd don't ioffar anj loDgtr.
artist rtaib, Daiparlini nt 1 hirHTtrytliliif known !
inJlnl ai argelioUnco.otitinbie knl old emci toUotitd,
BQmatttr wbotaJltdrellerttontt. KrealKBiet cared in
lo 10 6tj. KaropekO llospltil eirfrUnoo la Ocrmtiija Bnf
ltnrl, Fraooo ftud A ait rift, m r'iflci.tM onl dlplomM proT,
n't 18 ren mMlenl ''1rii"io 19,900 ouh oorarl yaarlj,
ffil C nnni ba pidtoina4miliiDg dootor, wb
9XOt)jrULP oaotirui as snalakiU, kaofficdit a,u
iperlanoa and ) ean Hieiraj uidt pallonta parroaneoilr
cured ma I oitn After quack and rltartlntng doctor hal
Qlitad tbem. Sen 4 Jo, tm ip for boo "T BUT IT and avoro
rciiBioDiaisi tiaiiMiaj q'jact.1 in i lurrrioipi unvwii wi.a
tbelr fats aud frauiulooi guarantee and tiinontal, lti-l?
eipericoco, lhe do oot poM and tlilf actteme of rofunding
money or frlttlly talk aud ilitir cheap and voriblaat drua
neltbar ft which euiea Tea, Tint ar ue4 at decoy an 4 ratu.l
In ruin f thouaanda of cotflillng ilatlma, Orncr Hni'Mr
'errdvronA.M ton r M c eiilng to", waaoeaiay
and Saturday Kifnlu i rrcmft 10, Sun laya from I toll, fal
B H if e eiilna
Kcfri4tt Wtdnedajr ami Maturdaj Foil. Tin".
If you contemplate
I olnl Helmrtl. It. will
pay you to visit (lie ' Itut'II hSTh.lt HU81.
ilf.tm UM VEHH1TY before d. olding where,
thOUCb VI U mnv live a tlinntnnrl rtitl,a nwnv.
ItBtandH rtl tlie Lcirl nf the llstnf rnmmer.
olsl ecnoola in iu clmracter a nn educational
force, as a medium lor iiryilylni; tlie buslDefs
cum nitswuuiry witn intiLea sra i an.iriie
llant,a a means oi pIhcIdk nmblttouit
young men and women on the blub roi d to
Miccem, and In Uin extent, eliitHnce nnd cost
in ii rtiuiiiiuent. ltioroiieniuaiAiHHi iaj.,
NIIOH'1'llA.M) AN1 PKAOTK'AL KNIIHH
ujuiiBBi, ine Tweniy-eeveutn Aunuai
Catalogue will bo mailed to any address.
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
All persons arc hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IN THE DAMS !
Belonging to tho
Shenandoah Water Company,
and all parties caught violating this notice
Prosecuted as Trespassers.
By order of
FLY M ETS
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t .in loniU. snj
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WHY IS THE
WB LB DOOCLAS