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MAY 20, 1913 LKAVI BUENA VISTA 2.20 p.m.?For Bristol and lutenued ate stations. Pull mau sleeper aud Din? ing (Jar to Koaioka*. Parlor car Roan? oke to Bristol. Connects at Roanoke with St. Louis tixwress for all potDta H\'-<t. Pullmui Sleepa-r Haianoke to Catlumbiis, .uni Clui'liiiuit I Cafe Car. 7.96 a.m.?For Kdhqohu, lilueflelal, Pocahontas, Norton, Winston-Saloiu. Charlotte, Welch anti intermediate stations. I'ullmaii Sleeper to Gary and Winston Siila>iu, N. IS. *'ufo Dining Car to (alary connects at Roanoke with MeaaBphls Special for that tatioogu, Nashvilla-, Memphis. 1.5? p.m.? Ftsr Hugeistown, Phila? delphia, j>ew York. Pullman sleepers via Haarerstown for Harrisburg, Phila? delphia anal New York. Dining Car to tlagaialew BAB pm.--For Hic'i'iHtown, Philadel? phia and Karn York,riiiliiiau Sleeper to New York, Cafe I'ar. Kates, time tables and Information cht?erfnlly furnInh ml upon application to Agent N, * W. Ry. VY B. BEVlLCa, Gen. Pass. AKt. ?'. . O. SAUNDERS Romoke, Va. A tat, Qtao'l, I'usn. Agt. Jan. 13 'OS* Baltimore & Ohio GREATLY REDUCED CONVENTION FARES ...TO... Atlantic City. Baltomore, Md. Chicago. 111. Cleveland. (>. Kansas City, Mo. Minneapolis. Minn. Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louis, Mo. St. Paul. Minn. Toledo, O. Washington, D. C. and many points on the Pacific Coast. F'or further details apply to near? est Baltimore and at Ohio ticket agent. I Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY,LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is tha best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. HOLLISTER'S .iocky Mountain Tea Nuggets > A Bun Matjlclne for Busy Peoplav Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vino, A s|>.-.-ila<- for C.IlNtljSAtia.n, IllllifTI-slloll, Mm aa,.. ....Jiaa'v '.r.m Maa, I'linpla's, Kciriua, luna"-* ataaoat, n.i.l a;rrath.Nlii|.'i.'isii Btvaraila, llcasilischa aad lino kaia-lie. JtsRoa-ky Mountain Tari*, in tats let form.:*?, oentH n lw>x. Han Hillas uuaale bj HaiM-isiTEH Daua Cospasit Haallstm, Wis. ?GOLDEN NUGGETS FD? SALLOW PEOW Foley Pills What They Will Do tor You They will cure your backache, atrengthen your kidneys, cor? rect urinary irregularities, build up the worn out tissues, and eliminate the excess uric acid that causes rheumatism. Pre? vent Bright's Disease and Dia bates, ard restore health and ?trength. Re'use substituter R H. SORRELL. Don't Scold Your Wife if arin atanda half tha forenoon talking with nor neighbors ovar tha back fance. She is merely getting th* news Have tba Home Paper aent to her regularly and her hunger for newa will ba satisfied. Then she'll have dinner ready on tims and your hunger will ba aatiafisM. Otoo V^ILDVJTR E>. .NE SPIT a- , ,^js*a*&tmT*?XT . = "a*""""*w5 EUGftBOO SPEAKS Sure, they tall th* little childer to be mind? ful nv th' cnps, An' whin wan nv thlm aaaa mo be's so sheared ho Beatty dhrops; A b'y or Rlr-rl?no manlier which?th' shcare RetB In ut's even. Ut Inks at me bewildered like?sometimes. (teated, ut cries! An" tala th' hsar-rl av me ls hot. an' thin I fetch a jrroun Av pity fr th' little wans?I've childer av me own. I know what folks be tellln' thlm?that I'll be shneakln' tn An' ta-akhV (Mai away. If they so much us shout or erin: That if they doa** behave thtmsllves th* tur'hie pill isman aaal Wull slilap thlm In th' Iron onare an* t'row away la' key. Why. whim I see them sheared av me, me henr-rt ls like, a antone! Why do ye make me out a brute? I've childer av me own. It breks me hear-ft to see th* little fellies nhtop th'r play An' turn an' run. If they see me a half a block away, Ye've mude them fink I'm old niuebeard. to eat them up alive. That ehpflta' little fellers' fun ls all thnt I connive? An' so I wnlk iilona; th' shtrate, an" walk me way alone, Don't anny nv yez lvver fink I've childer av me own? Tis bad enouarh srrlstln* min?an' wtm men, wnnst 'n a while? Wldout ye makin' mo a. brute to dhrlve away n shmlle F*r"m anny lad's or lassie's face, or make thlm choke thor song-? I'm aftli.-r tellln" yo. me frlnd, that all such talk Ih wrong, rh* chlMer's ives ls brighter than th' brightest star that's shone ?rn" you an' me ls human folks?I've childer nv me own. "o tnche thlm I've nu arm to shield an' not a list to smite, rhat al I v 11 ni i: 11 such us they do ls not too fnr frill right. rhat I can wink at HttU pranks?that thlm thnt Marven stasis a Just th' very ones that I would number wld me frlnds. ">on't make mo feel thal I'm a man that hos to walk alone in' be th' rhildor'a bugaboo Pre childer av me own! 'BECAUSE.' "It seems to mc that it would be no ouble at all to see through Chinese Iplomacy," observed the heavy-set sarder. Of course the inquisitive boarder iked the necessary questions, whe're . the heavy-set man explained: "Because there are so many Chinks lit" His Own Figure. "Leave me! Leave mel** aha ailed. So great was her grief that ie forgot that her nose always as med an unbecoming red when she led. "Leave me! You are as eacherous as a seprent." "Ha! ha!" came the cruel laugh of e faithless mathematician. "That perfectly natural, since by profea in I am an adder." How in the world can men jest at ch a serious moment? By Our Own Aesop. In the days when Children under >od tbe language of Everything >y was telling his Troubles to the ;gs. 'They always Beat me," he Com dned. "unless I am Good." 'They will not beat us." observed ? Eggs, "unless we are Good." Moral?There must be some Mia. ce in those Jokes about Omelets. R. S. BRUCK. President. TELEPHONE 75 T. S. BURWELL Treas.trc WM. R. KENNEDY, Vice-President E. S. SHIELDS, Socretary. Rockbridge Realty Corporation OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, MAIN ST. LEXINGTON .... VIRGINIA Desirable Farms and Town Property for sale. Located in Lexington, Va.. Rockbridge and other Counties. HISTORIC LEXINGTON: A center of education and culture, seat of Washington and Lee University and the Virginia Military Institute. The one enjoys the unique distinction of having boen endowed by George Washington and administered by Robert E. Lee; the other, often called tbe "West Point of the South," is rich in the memories of "Stonewall' Jackson. Excellent High School, four strong Banks, five white and two colored Churches, two Railroads, a population of 4,000, including nearly 1,000 young men at the t woinstitutions. Nearly 1,200 feet above s??a-level, healthful and invigorating climate, average summer temperature 7l' degrees, low cost of living, on the National Highway from New York to Atlanta.1 POCK HRIDGE COUNTY: Situated in a picturesque valley between thc Alleghany and Blue Ridge Mountains, being a portion of the famed Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, and about one hundred and fifty miles from Washington City. Good farming lauds, stock raising, blue grass, fine frdit, excellent springs. Thrifty people, flourishing schools, numerous churches, good roads, equable eli .nate, attractive summer resorts, including Natural Bridge, Rockbridge Alum Springs. Goshen Pass, liockbridge Baths and Wilson's Springs. All properties listed with us dre widely advertised without cost to owner, whether we make sale or not. We are in touch witli leading Real Estate firms in all parts of the State, and if we haven't what you desiie. write to us and we will supply your wants. Deeds written free of charge for all property sold by us. Farms $850 to $20,000 Residences $500 to $ 10,000 Lots $110 to $1,600 BusinessProperties,Stocks of Herchandise, Tim= ber Tracts, Flouring Hills, Bearing Orchards TREATMENT OF FLESH WOUND Method of Value to Every Owner of Stock ls Given by Prof. G. H. Glover of Massachusetts. The following treatment of flesh wounds by Prof. G. H. Glover of Mas? sachusetts ls of value to every owner of stock, as he is a recognized au? thority. The ordinary wound will heal If not Interfered with. This Interfer? ence may be from germs, parasites meddling -with tho wound, on the part of man or the animal itself. Tho first thing to do, of course, would ba to stop the hemorrhage. This can bo accomplished by a tight bandage of clean, white muslin applied either over the wound or above lt. A thread may be run under the artery by using a. needle and tied. Do not use flour, dirt, cobwebs or anything of that sort on the wound; they aro unnecessary ind may produce dangerous Infection. Having checked the bleeding remove the clots of blood and cut oft the rag ;ed edges of tissue with clean shears. K pan of antiseptic solution should bo prorided, and one of the best antisep? ses on the farm is creolln. Add a tea ipoonful of this to a pint of water that las been boiled and use lt on the vound two or three times a day. Place be knife, shears, etc., in this solu 1on and wash the hands before begin? ing to dress the wound. See that there ls good drainage rom the wound and do not tie the lound up with covering of any kind, n about one week it may be well to bange to dry dressing. In tbe mean Ime it will be well to get In communl ation with some skilled veterinarian rho will advise you in the case from lma> to time. I do not mention sew ng up the wound for the reason that a ragged cuts it is better not to do o. Remember that the principal thing i to get the wound healthy at the tart and then lt will heal with very ttle Interference. A Guaranteed Cure For Piles ching, Blind, Bleeding, Poftradiaf iles. Druggitit are authorized to re md money If PASO OINTMENT Us to euro iu ti to 14 days. Recalling th* Fight. "Ile hns his father's eyes." "That's (jueer. I thought I lacking his."?New Vork Press. Dr. Fahrney's Teething Syrup con rmato the Pure Pood and Drug Law aoh bottle guiaiHiitneil. Sample fra*e Lacking In Experience. Maude- Wluit is the luckiest day to > born on? Claude?Don't kniaw. uly trieai one.?Illustrated Bits. Babies don't mimi enid or tex* cold ;e*,it ?*?? 11 va*lcli l>r. FihrM*y's TaaHk itr Syrup. Oet lt anywhere. Sample h > Mica Axle Grease Helps the Wagon up the Hill S The loaal seems lichter?Wagon and team wear longer?You make more money, and have more time to make money, whea wheels arc greased with Mica Axle Grease ?The longest wearing ami most satisfactory lubricant ia tho world. STANDARD OIL CO. GAVE OF SURPLUS WEALTH Rich Men In Other Daya Lavish In Their Donations to Their Fa? vorite Cities. "Many a man who has Inherited mil? lions," once said Frederic Harrison, "ls gnawed with envy as he watches a practical man turning an honest penny. How he would like lo earn an honest penny* He never did; he nev? er will; and he feels like a dyspeptic Invalid watching a hearty beggar en Joying a bone or a crust. Many a rich man is capable of better things; but he does not know how to begin!" The ancient law suggests a restoration of the liturgies, the public services of rii-h men as they were organized In the model Greek republics. "At Ath? ens the liturgies were legal and con? stitutional offices Imposed periodically and according to a resular order by each local community on citizens rat? ed as having capital of more than a siven amount. ... It always re? mained a public office, a duty to be filled hy taste, skill, personal effort ind public spirit. Rich men contend? ed for th? office. The chief ambition if a rich man came to be that of mak? ing splendid gifts to his fellow dil tens, and theaters, stadiums, colon mdes, aqueducts, gardens, libraries, nuseums, pictures, statuea?all were showered upon favorite cities by wealthy men who possessed or covet *d the name of citizen." A few niul Imilllonaires In our American repub Ic have made public benefactions. Hay their tribe Increase! The gift if a public hospital or a school build? ing Is always In order.?The Christian ierald. Put Ban on High Heele. A Minneapolis manufacturer recent I forbade the wearing of high heels D their shoes by the young women in ib establishment BEDBUGS IN CHICKEN HOUSE Roots and Nests Should Be Removed From Building and Whitewaah Spray Thoroughly Applied. Many poultry houses are Infested with bed bugs and lt is not an easy matter to dislodge them. Some people say that turning the sheep Into the poultry houses will in? duce the bugs to. attack the sheep where they will bo lost In the wool, but this ls a poor remedy. Remove all the roosts and nests from the house and spray with bolling hot whitewash to which has been added a pint of turpentine to a pail? ful. Another good remedy ls to burn the Interior of the house with tardine mixture which can be bought at any drug store. Another effective remedy ls half a pint each of turpentine, ammonia anti kerosene to which add about four ounces of gum camphor. If more Is neecTed double tho quantity. Apply with a brush. The nests should be burned out over a blazing fire and the roosts should also be held over th?? fire and all should be thoroughly whitewashed and , painted before puttlnff them back. Insect Powder for Fowls. Here Is a receipt for an Insect pow? der and It can be made a great deal cheaper than lt can be bought. Take one pint of crude carbolic acid and three pints of gasoline. Mix In an earthen crock or granite ware dish. Sprinkle In plaster of Paris and thoroughly stir so that every par? ticle of lt will be wet. Cse enough plaster of Paris to absorb all the li? quid. Spread out on a paper for ex? tra gasoline to evaporate, then run through a sieve and the powder ls ready for use. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of (^S^t^^^&iTcZt^i mt M CHICKtSTtR'S ENGLISH ,. EI.NYROYAL PILLS ? .f_~S. Crlalaat .sd Oaiy ilraulsass. ' HAIK. aaa.,.rsla.bla Ladas*. ... Uruerlst SI iw CHICHESTER*** RNOLUa In KIO sdi Ueld aa.asaii.- boars sfalad aim bloa ritsbaa T.k. au ot har. Krl*u.e laanrrroaa HaaetllssUesie aad la.Ha Massa al! I a (hr t'a'tlrulara. Teatlajanlal. Kallaf far l.aalra,**.*. leaser, bj ra ara Sit all. 1 tS.Otltl T.salm..a>el. Belt af , .Mata. Csslrkaatar t h. o.l, al t .... Wsaailoaa l>. J-I.slsa. fu PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ..?Tara and hraut.ni!* tbs halt Promote* a lamana'il |rroai*i. Burr r?Jla to K ret ore Ora. ?Cair to ita Youthful Color. l'r.-s.-T'.li h. ir MlttM. ItoiWIOiNAL SuNRsrStnooL Lesson ? By K. O. SKI.I.KHS. Iii: * or Fven Ui< r>^partm.-nt. Tina M ? ly lllt,l? In stltuto of Chicago.) LESSON FOR JULY 7 MALIGNANT UNBELIEF. LESSON TEXT -M.irk t-JmB-4%. GOLDEN TEXT?"Thia ls th* Judg? ment, thal llsht ls c>m.; Into tlu? aorta] and men loved the darkness rather than tho light; for their works were ?VU."? John 3:19. There are two kinds of unbelief de? picted In this lesson, the malignant, cruel, vindictive unbelief of the Phari? sees; and the Incredulity, the amaze? ment, the unbelief of the family and friends of Jesus. Then arc three nat? ural divisions of this lesson; first v. 20, 21) the unbelief of his friends who, beholding lila marvelously busy life, so busy as not to take time to eat, concluded he must of :; cessity be insane on the subject of religion, as no other explanation would - Tice. Secondly (v. 22-^01 the mal: i -it. malicious, blind unbelief of tin resentatives of the rulers in J" I lem who had come down to "ir.', gate" the popular Galilee prop that they might find wherewith to "ac? cuse him." Third iv. 31-::5) the unbe? lief of those his nearest of kin who also sought to restrain and to turn him aside if risible from his ardu? ous labors. We have In this section another of those wonderful pel pictures, just a touch, but so graph? ic, of the eagerness of the multitudes to see and hear Jesus. Simply to hear him was enough to draw together ii crowd. Yet notice his rei - would not ever palish to reiresh self but the compassion ol mission compelled liiin to mini unto them. What cared he foi or refreshment? Miracles Explained. The multitude had studied Jes he performed his miracles and ac? counted him to be the Messiah (Matt. but the Pharisees were not hen willing to acknowledge him. for hat would be to condemn themselves. However, here are these miracles that iemand an explanation, and we ' emember that these men came ' l predetermined motive, viz.. that hey might find wherewith To ti lim (see v. 2 and Cl Not accepting lie plain common mum explanation ind his avowed purpose in performing ntradea i Mk. 2-10) they save out that t was by the power of the Prince of Devils, Beelzebub, that Jesus perform? ed his mighty deeds. The utter lai? ney of such an accusation is shown >y Jesus' reply. He did not upbraid hem with anger though their accusa ion was the utmost limit of mallg lity. Jesus knew that he must needs ?ndure just such contradictions of Inners Usa. 63:3. 4). nevertheless ho xposed their folly (v. 23-17). Jesus lere gives us a fine example of logic, ihlch is simply unanswerable. No nore can a divided kingdom stand, or . divided house stand than for Satan o fight against himself. No more can he thief capture his booty unless he rst finds or deceives the guard, than sr Jesus to fight Satan and at the ame time be his vassal. Satan is a strong" man (v. 22) and he. Jesus, ame to break, to overcome, that pow r, for he ls lnded the stronger one. 'he subjects of Satan are his slaves. In the revised version we find ie correct translation for verse 29. Whosoever shall blaspheme against ie Holy Spirit hath never forgiveness, ut is guilty of an eternal sin," thus rfeetually setting at rest any thought r a future probation after our life ere upon this earth. If when men ive their evil deeds to such an ex? ult that they refuse to walk in the ght and resolutely se: their faces italnst the true Light, they commit ie last and irremediable sin. Sons of God by Faith. Lastly we see the kinfolk of Jesus, eluding his mother, seeking to with ?aw him from his conflict with the ?rusalem lawyers, or, as hat been sug ested, if they were among the friends entloned at the outset seeking to oteet him after this interruption by king him away to a place of rest id quiet. Jesus was, however, not iderstood by his nearest and dear t kinfolk: and such has ever been e bitter rv let of many of his foliow s, a grief that is even harder to bear an the denunciation of his enemies th all of their misrepresentation, it he who was reviled and re\ iled not ain, who was ied as a lamb to the nighter, answers not this str.inse ^understanding by any flash of an r, but In gentleness rebukes their erference with his plans and points t that his nearest and dearest are >se who do his will. Jesus as our eat High Priest ls here speaking not the Son of Mary, but as the Son of in. rhe golden text throws wonderful ht upon this whole lesson He. ms. the Light, came Into the world 1 we must account for him. Like ate. we have him on our hands if refuse to walk In the light wo re committed the last and the ir aedinble sin If we sin wilfully er seeing tn<* light, there remains no er, no more, sacrifice for sin. When order to continue in our evil deeds Ich cannot stand the presence of the it, we choose rather the darkness I refuse to submit ourselves tc tho 1 of the Light, we bring ourselves ler oondeniuatiou.