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We will not reflect upon your intel ligence by attempting to tell you that WE know better than YOU what FERTILIZERS you should use. YOUR OWN EXPERIENCE for IS to 25 years is better than the talk of interested dealers in them. We name you some Fertilizers that have stood the TEST OF EXPERIENCE for many years and have proven BETTER than others of HIGHER COST: Baker's Soluble Phosphate, About 25 years. Baker's Dissolved Animal Done, 10 to 12 yrs. Baker's Raw bone meal 12 to 15 years. Baker's Bone and Potash and Aimoniated Phosphates, a number of years, We also keep Acid Phosphate (S. C. Bone), Kainit, Muriate of Potash and other goods for making up your own Fertilizers. We sell all at such prices as will interest you. Be sure to see us before making your purchases. We will be prepared to furnish you with Clover and Timothy Seed in due time at proper prices. Our reputation for keeping the BEST IS WELL ESTABLISHED. BAKER & BROWN. aug 11) lit Aleltio^r~FAßMEßl! Will buy for Spot Cash 100.000 Bushels of Apples AT STAUNTON EVAPORATING WORKS. Weßt End of C. & O. Yards, Staunton, Va. (Our branch works at Lexington and Harri aonbure, Va.) We can use all sorts, not rot ton, botb large and small—No. 1 hand picked, shooks and drops—of all varieties, or will buy orchards. %3T Do not sell until you come and see us at once. It is to your interest to do so. Staunton Evaporating Co. aug 18-2iu & Ohio Ry. IN EFFECT JUNE 30, 1901. X AST HOUND. Trains leavestaunton as follows: MO. »— 2:06 A. M. Dally. F. F. V. Limited for Wash ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Blchmond,Old Point Comfort and Norfolk. DinlngCart NO. 4— 10.5(1 A.M.—Dally,Express for Washington Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Richmond, Old Point Com fort and Norfolk;. Dining car to Washington. NO. 8 -10:14 For Blchmond and Old Point. Except Sunday. NO. 6 -3:01 P. M., Except Sunday for Richmond. NO. 14— 7:39 P. M., for Charlottesville. WESTBOUND. NO. 3— 1:22 A. M. Dally, F. F. V. Limited for Clncln natl, Louisville, St.Louis, Chicago West and Southwest. Dining Car NO. 5— 1:37 P. M., Day Express for Clifton Forge. Except Sunday. NO. 7— 8:01 P. M.—Dally except Sunday for Bonce verte. NO. 1— 7:39 P.M. Cincinnati and St. Louis Special Cincinnati, lndlanapolis,St. Louis Chicago, West .and Southwest Dining Car. NO. 13 --6:68 A. M. Dally for Russell. Forturtherlnformatlon apply or address James Ker Jr., Pass and Ticket Agent Staunton, V a. GEO. W.STEVENS, H.W . FULLER, President. Gen lPass.AKt -3POID Railway Schedule corrected to June 1, 1901, for tbe south ana Southwest,. i N0.9. i No. 351N0.33.iN0.37 LvStauuO&l UlOloam *lUst>aM|t3oVpHiU3oUpm Ar ciiarvi c"! 11 lOau. .ao°ph.|t3spin I *3opni ljvCbarTl'eSo.!l2 (Wpiui a U6pnii»K! 53m *150 am Ar Lynch, " a 17pm 3 4Spm iilUam 34aani Ar Danville" l 45 pml 3 J ipinl 4 3uani 6 Suam Ar Greens. " iau pn. 7 lupin 555 am 7 Usam Ar Raleigh " 3 3D an.| 5 SUariUUouaii, lU3Uam ArSallsu'y " 7 6tfpm; 8 31pm i 7 03am «;i7am ArChat'ga" | 7 tUaniUl 15pmm5pm ArCharl'te" n33 pin !' 45 pm 8 main 9 35am ArColumlV" 110amll3dam ArAUKU'ta" 7-Jsanj|3oUpiu| ar a v'naSKy FI I ti OOami 4Uspm ; Ar Jax'vllle "I I » asaml74upm; A J Atla'a S fly ti 10am 3 35pm| 1 55 pm ArMotgawp UOOamUaopm »aopm ArN.O.,L&N Baspm l 7 30ainl 730 am Ar Blrmng'Sol I 12 00 n I lOOOpmIO 00pm 80.9,-Dally— LocalforCharlotte ana in termediate Stations, with connection for Harrisonburg dally, and Staunton week days. Wo. 35.—Daily—United States Fast Mall through Pullman Sleepers to Jackson ville via Savannah and to Atlanta and New Orleans.connectlng at Salisbury wlthsleep er tor Ashevllle. Knoiyllle, Chattanooga, Memphis and at Charlotte lor Augusta; at Columbia for Charleston; at Danville for Birmingham. Dining Car service. N0.33.—1uw York and Florida Express —Pullman Sleeping-cars New York to Au gusta , with connection for Aiken; and New York to Port Tampa. Through coach to Jacksonville. Dining car service, sunset Personally conducted tourist sleeper on this train leaving Washington every Monday, Wednerday and Friday, for San Francisco wlthoutchange. No. J».—"Washington and Chattanooga Limited "via Lynchburg and Bristol. Pull man Sleeping-cars for Mem phis and New Or leans. Through coach Washington to Mem phis. Parlor and Observation car between Uadford. Va., and Attalla, Ala. Dining ear service. Arrive Charlottesville 1.12 a. m.; Lynchburg 2.1U a. m.; leaVe Lynchburg 2. 45 a. m. No.37.—Dally—Washington and South west ern Limited, Pullman Sleepers to Ashevllle, Hot Springs and Nash ville, via Salisbury and Chattanooga; to New Orleans, via Montgomery and Mobile to MeniDhis,via Atlanta and Birmingham. Pullman Observation and Library sleeping car to Macon. Dining Car service. Trains, except No. 2, from Staunton by Chesapeake and Ohio Railway connect In Union Station at Charlottesville with Southern Ky.trains tNo.H No. , ,tNo.l3i*No. 12 AM PM PM PM 6:45 1:16 Lv. Staunton Ar 445 646 •3 30 "Harrlsonb'g" 830 215 717 413 "New Market" 846 183 730 428 " Mt. Jackson " 834 117 744 443 " EdlnDurg " 818 100 763 455 " Woodstock " 808 12 49 820 6.2" strasburg " 736 12 17 „ „ PM 842 600 " Hlverton " 712 1152 861 614| "Front Koyal" 701 1140 1038 830," Manassas " 503 935 1116 920 "Alexandria" 423 823 1187 *940 ArWashlngtonLv 401 *8(1 I PM [ AM tWeek Days. 'Dally. Immediate connection In Union Depotst Washington for and from Baltimore, Phi : adelphla and New York. Franks.Gannon,3dVice-Prest A Gen.Man j 8. H.Hardwlck.General Passenger Agent, L.B.Brown, General Agent, Washinßtori.li. C S. P. SILLING, Butcher and Cattle Dealer. Kitore No. IO North jgusta Street, ,tle, Sheep, Hogs, and all ock. Highest cash price sal Calves. Call and see bm for good prices and cash payments Only Prime No. 1 Meats Sold. Phones ■ I Mutual, 144. BAUGH'S Animal Bone Fertilizers. The oldest in America, have been on the market for nearly half century, and are still the "old stand-by" for the best farmers. Baugh's Bone Meal, <*7B2^'^ HMmn4 !. w ** Baugh's Dissolved Animal Bones g^S^ffii Acid only, the Highest grade article of its kind Bade. Baugh's Animal Bone and Potash Compound A strictly reliable fertilizer for wheat and grass. Free from all cheap mineral matter common ly used in many other fertilizers as a base. WHY USE ACID PHOSPHATE WHEN YOU CAN BUY Baugh's General Crop Grower the difference in cost per acre. Acid Phosphate or Dissolved Rock continuously used will render the soil less productive each year, as its tendency ibe ing half Snlphuric Acid or Vitrol) is to dissolve and make available all the plant food iv the soil, thus a crop obtained by the use of Bock is at the expense of the land and leaves no improvement, IS THIS KIND OF FEBTIM2ZNG PROFITABLE" Animal Bone Fetilizers Improves the Soil. Other Brands : BAUGH'S KAW BONE PHOSPHATE, made of Green Animal Bone Stock. BAUGH'.S DOUBLE EAGLE PHOSI'HATK, made from Slaughter house bone stock. BAUGH'S "WHEAT FEttTILIZER. made from Green Animal Bone Stock. BAUGH'S ALKALINE SUPER-PHOSPHATE. BAUGH'S ACID fHOSPHATE, (14 per cent to 16 per cent.) FOR SALE BY H. A. BLACK & BRO., Stuart's Draft, Va. BOSSERMAN & BOWMAN, Middlebrook, Va. lyon's French Periodical Drops Strictly vegetable, perfectly harmless, sure to accomplish DESIRED RESULTS. Greatest known female remedy. PAHTinil Eercareof counterfeits am. imitations. The genuine is put up OEly in paste-board Car- WMWIlun ton with fae-siniile signature on side of the bottle, thus: ,A*S Send for Circular to WILLIAMS MFO. CO., Sole Agents, Cleveland. Ohio. For Sale by HOGSHEAD BROS. & CO., Staunton, Va. JOHN B. COOHRAN, * ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. 2 Barrister's Kow, - Mutuall'houe292. KICHAKD S. K.JSK, HUGH H. KBBK, Commonwealth's Attorney for Augusta County. KEK & KERR, Attorneys-at-Law—4 Law Building, Staunton, Va. WH.UNBiS, • ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, Staunton, Va.;. N0.2, Court Housu Square. aug9-t£ HENRY W. HOLT, ATIOKHISV-AT-LAW, Staunton, Va. If B. KENNEDY, 1 • ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, No. 10 Lawyer's How, Staunton, Va. Special attention given to collections and chancery practice. Jan22-tf LAW OFFICE OJ J.A. ALEXANDER, ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW. No. 6 Lawyer's Kow, A C.BKAXTON. * ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. Office:—Booms 18,15,17, Masonic Temple. Jan is, 'atj-tr J-rt. i'KKI'.l. • ATTOKNKF-AT-LAW Second Floor, Masonic Temple,. Mutual Jt'tione. Staunton, Va. lane L. W. H.FKI'TON. 111-.UHfc.HT J. TAVLOK. _•£-» tEVION di TAVLOB,! * == " AITOKN EV- AT-LAW, No. IU barristers' Bow. r> E.K, NELSON, attorney-at-law and comshssionkb Chancekv. ; OFFICE: No. 10 LAWYERS' KOW, Jau4t£ STAUNTON, VA. CARTER BBAXTON, H. H. WAYT. Com. Atiy.lor City of Staunton. BRAXTON & WAYT, ATi ORNEYS-AT-LA W. No. 23 S. Augusta St., Offices—2 and 3. Staunton, Va HAKKV H. BLISASK, ATTOKNS V-AT-LAW. Office—-Boom 8 Masonic Temple.; Jan 6 Staunton, Va. JAMES BUMOABDNEB, jr. L.BUMGABDNCB. BUDOLTH BUMGABDNC J., J. L., & B. BUMOABDNEB ATTOKNEYSAND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Prompt attention given to all legal ousl ness sntrusted to our hands. |"08. A. GLASGOW, ft ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. No. 8 Barristers Kow, STAUNTON, VA. aug 10-tf JM. QUAKLES, • LAWYER. uaw Offices In Masonic Temple, STAUNTON, VA. HUGH G.EICHELBERGER, ATOKNEY-AT-LAW' Staunnton.V qJy (o LURA '* Mottoes V* Is/ Natural eridge V;fX\ BRISTOL Knoxville CHATTANOOGA LOOKOUT Mountain NOfiQ)lltf!|ft <> BIRMINGHAM MEMPH.S K£NOVA Mill NEW ch.llicothe %Jb; °v L | ANS COLUMBUS, CHICAGO^!/* —£) AND THE NORTHWEStT^JIISo Write ftr Rates. Maps, Dime -Vibfes.Sleepirg Cat WiB.BEVILL.j /U_LEN;fo!X. j M.FBRAGG. featßAi Pais At.e«T, Prune™ Aoemi Th/weuiw PAivAot fJonnOKty*. 1 Coiuneui.O 1 rToAHOK^W^ Every Wmim AY .ft'\\ is interestbil nnd Blioid.l know S* i\ rSI W-XillttV a,imlt the wonderful p%%*;V \5 '■: ij '"A MARVEL Whirling Spray tionami Xucti'>n. ltest—Saf- .in, est—Most Convenient >. - "'■ •■••;; r,T >as It CleaiuM*!* Instantly, Art ronr drntrutst for It. \ta v ißsC*. „\.}}^*Tl~ If he osinnot supply the \j|^'' MARVEL, aciM-jit DO \-S ""'■■ , ,- other, but send Stamp for il- Ks ludtrated book—sfp.ied.lt pives Y>V "-M full particulars and liireotinnsln- $$■'■& /m valuabletolaft.es. *Ha''/■'■'>y/«*4r Boom TliiiCsßtln. l \cM York. K><li}jJl*iW nood stock of watches, Jewelry and silver w ware at H. H. BOLEN'S Jewelry Store. ■ J my 24-l.v ibolt Harness You can make your har ness as soft as a glove I and aa tough as wire by , using KIRERA liar. I ness Oil. Tou can I lengthen Its life—make it I last twice as long as it ! I ordinarily would. EUREKA Harness Oil makes a poor looking har ness like new. Mode of pure, heavy bodied oil, es pecially prepared to with stand the weather. Sold everywhere in cans—all sizes. Made bj STANDARD OIL CI Fertilizers! I respectfully announce to the Farm ers of our county that I keep in stock the very best brands of ail kinds of Fertilizers. Being prepared to fur nish goods of all different percentage known to the market. Having pur chased of J. E. Graham his mill for the manufacture and mixture of his well known brands, I am prepared to furnish the same manufactured under his personel supervision, aud guaran teed to be the same as heretofore sold by him. All Fertilizers guaranteed as represented, and terms and .prices as reasonable as given by any other house. I handle the brands of six of the most reliable manufacturers of the country. I call especial attention to my own brands, weli known by our county farmers. 1 carry as full a line of Fertilizing Material as any farmer may desire. I ask that all desiring to purchase any kind of Fertilizer will give me a call before purchasing else where, as 1 will do my very best to make it to their interest to investigate my goods before making their pur chases. I keep on hand all Kinds of grass seeds. Timothy and Clover a special ty—which are sold as cheap as the cheapest. B. W. CRUM, IB Johnson St., Brown k Dore BW'g. aug 2 tf Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something just as good." fJO TO H. H. BOLEN'S Jewelry ;Store v for spectacles and eye glasses. ■39) CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH fO«S«¥Rg¥IIL FILLS 13 ~<&""V Original and (Inly Genuine. §V / *sj>r\tiAFE. AlwrnyarHiabla. Ladle*, ukDruicgist jMvf&iV tor chh:>:»;teuvs English in KEl> a i,,( metallic boics. Hale,! & *'th bloerlbbnn. Take do other. Befbse 'fn gfc Pangeroim Substitution* and In lit- f """" ■ «T tlnna. Buy of your Druggist, or send 4e. In W .jf "lamps for Parti'-■•lnra, TeatlinonfaU .3 ft? end *> KelieT for Ladlee," MUf Mr, by rn- •JL.' "' / turn Hall. 10,000 Twtimoniala. Sold by *"/ all Druggitiß. Chleheaker Chemleal Co.. gggggl thl" pager. MadUon Park. PIULA-. PA. HER HBAKTS IN IT. The women set upon having stylish, comfortable and durable SHOES can obtain them here. We carry a large variety of the newest -chapes and styles made on lasts which en sure the greatest ease, The material and workmanship are of high grade so there is no premature wear or irritating unevenness 1 lee Enorts, s lr 7 MAN. 21 West Main St. STAUNTON, VA. SOLID EARTH ROADS. Dnilcr Favorable Conditions Titer Are the Moat Pleasant (or Driv ing and Heat for Horses. Prof. Charles H. Pettec, of the Wew Hampshire agricultural college, says: An earth road is one Buriaced with a large per cent, of earth, which may be sand, clay, hardpan, loam, or a mixture of some of these. A very common idea of an earth road is one surfaced with the natural material where the road is huilt. This de scription, though generally charac teristic, does not give the true dis tinction between these and gravel ones and nay convey an entirely wrong impression. The true distinc tion lies in the predominance of earth over rock or the reverse In the surfacing material. Again, it will be seen that the gravel road is inter mediate between the earth and the macadam and that there is no abso lute line separating the earth from the gravel or the. gravel from the mncadam. The latter statement will appear evident if we consider that it million no difference whe.ther the stone for a maendnm road has been prepared by a stone crusher or broken by the processes of nature and deposited in gravel banks during the glacial epoch. The earth road, under favorable conditions of moisture and repair. Is the smoothest, most elastic, and most pleasant for pleasure driving of any in existence. It is safest for horses' feet and, where the natural soil is favorable, is by far the cheap est both as regards construction and repair. On the other hand, if it is an ideal summer road, it ifi reason ably sure to be muddy and rough for perhaps two months in the spring as well as during the following heavy rains at other seasons. In short, its perfection for all seasons is appar ently impossible and it depends upon constant, though inexpensive, atten tion to minute repairs for its favor able condition during a limited sea son. It thus appears that, if we aim at durability, nothing less than a body of rock will keep us up out of the mud in the spring; that this will render the surface too dry for con> fort and durability during the sum mer, and that the more expensive and more perfect the surface con structed upon this foundation, the more expensive and more difficult the matter of repair. In the city sprinkling has given greater durabil ity and comfort to the macadam sur face, and the heavy expense for con struction and maintenance can often be easily borne. In the country those favorable conditions aro usually ab sent. Some have attempted to find in the gravel road the safe middle course between the earth and the macadam. They do not, however, ap pear to have wholly succeeded. Smoothness, elasticity, freedom from dust, low cost and cheapness of main tenance seem to be thus far more or less incompatible with durability and constancy throughout the year. SYPHON FROM WELL. Saves Lots of Work in the Farm Honse Where There Is Very Little Strength .to Spare. Most farm houses could have a pipe from the well to the kitchen sink, saving an enormous amount of work. If the well is on higher ground than the house, the water M wen f l "^ SYPHON KROM WELL TO KITCHEN. will syphon into the cellar, requir ing almost no effort to pump it up the few remaining feet. It is a shame to carry water year after year from the well to the house when the water will run itself. It is more important to save labor in housework than elsewhere on tho farm, for there is less of strength indoors.—N. Y. Tribune. WHEN THE BEES STING. Simple Household Remedies That Are Helpful to Reduce Swelling? aid Relieve Pain. As the sting of a bee is considered to bo acid, an alkali should be em ployed to relieve it. Ammonia or soft soap would therefore be a good application. In an emergency any of the fol lowing might be helpful to reduce swelling or to relieve pain: Vinegar, olive oil, raw onion, paste made of clay and water, or Hour and water, or salt and water, tobacco Juice, tinc ture of arnica, honey or laudanum. If a person be not exceedingly nervous, and excitable, cold water applied constantly to the wound will be a good remedy. Bee stings are exceedingly danger ous to some people. A well known gentleman was stung by a bee near the base of the brain, and the poison killed him in a few minutes in spite of heroic remedies. A bee sting about the face is liable to produce large swellings, and they have been known to fester and threaten blood poisoning in a few hours. Little children are apt to wander about fn the weeds where bee gums are located. It is well to keep in mind these and other household rem edies in such instances of bee sting ing.—K. Y. J?«rmer. Cures Rheumatism or Catarrh through the Blood. Costs Nothing to Try. Would you like to get rid of that chronic rheumatism or offensive ca tarrh forever ? Then take a bottle of Botanic Blood Balm, which has cured thousands of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine treatment. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures through the blood by de stroying the poison which causes the awful aches in the bones, joints, should er blades and back, swollen glands, hawking, spitting, bad breath, impair-1 ed hearing, etc., thus making a perfect cure. Botanic Blood Balm thorough ly tested for 30 years. Composed of pure Botanic Drugs. Perfectly sate to take by old and young. Druggists, $1. Trial treatment free by writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga. De scribe trouble and free medical advice given until cured. Don't give up hope, but try B. H. 8.. which makes the blood pure and rich and builds up I the "all run down." tired body. B. B. j B. makes the blood red, giving the skin I the rich glow of perfect health. | Ton's Pills After eating, persons of a bilious habit will derive great benefit by taking one of these pills. If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH, they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE——. and nervousness which follows, restore the appetite and remove gloomy feel ings. Elegantly sugar coated. Take No Substitute. M Important Ana Should Be Read And considered carefully by ALL farmers and particularly those who have been usine: Acid Phosphate and other mineral fertili zers and stimulants on their lands until the Humus has been exhausted and the lands hardened and Alien with Sulphuric Acid to the detriment of all grasses. Swift's Pure Bone Meal, and Swift's Pure Raw Bone, Ground yery fine, and being free ironi grease decays readily and quickly in the soil, pro Humus, which like rich decaying veritable matter, lightens and warms the soil, absorbs and retains moisture, and feeds the plant from start to finish. NO BONE MEAL on the marteet has a higher analysis, and the price Is no higher than for the coarse rough bone. Swift's Bone Meal & Potash. This article is Swift's Pure Bone Meal sup plying the Ammonia, 3 to 4 per cent.and the Phosphoric Acid St to 2(i per cent, in the pur est form with Sulphate of Potash added and thoroughly combined, supplying the Potash 'A to I per cent, in the most available form of that Ingredient. This is the highest grade wheat and grass fertilizer sold in the county and considering the quality. Is the cbeapeat. Swift's Champion Wheat Grower. GUARANTEED ALL PURK DISSOLVED ANIMAL AND POTASH. Analysis—Ammonia, - 2 to Sper cent. Available Phos Aclii 12 to 14 " Potash, - - 2 to 3 " The above named Fertilizers are for sale by JAS. H. ULACKLEY, Agent at Staunton, Va. My Stock of Fertilizers for the Kail Season is large, and with the above. Includes everything desirable In the Fertilizer Line, from the best dissolved Ani mal Hone basis down to U to lii per cent Acid Phosphate (the lowest grade acid I sell.) JVtv best grades of Ammoniated goods are ■elected with toe view ol getting from our soils the very best results possible in grass as well as wheat, and I sell no Fertilizer ex cept from t te most, reliably manufacturers under their own Brands. *&-Rome Hems In the Fertilizer line are costing ibis season than last and farm ers who buy from me shall nave the benefit of this and more, as I can ami will giv" my customers the additional advantage nt the amount I save m Agents oommlssioHS and expenses and bad debts, by making my own sales at my office. I will have no one selling for me outside of my office, and tanners who kindly call on me before buying, will Jlnd that in doing so they will do themselves good service. I Make a Specialty of Clover and Timothy Seeds. And all who have favored me with their trade know that 1 sell the best that can be had in this line. A full supply of Fertilizers and Seeds will be kept in my store from the opening to ttie close of the season, at the lowest prices possible. JAS. H. BLACKLEY, FRENCH BfUrW PIPES./f g* Sr*m» o« P.O. CflCtß. \n»m ym-Ot 6m Biliousness "I have used your valuable CASCA* KETS and find them perfect. Couldn't do without them. I have used them for some time for indigestion and biliousness and am now com pletely cured. Recommend them, to every one. Once tried, you will never be without them in the family." Edw. A. Maux, Albany, N. Y. m CATHARTIC T«UOt MARK .^M^cß9!fJS**'^^ Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. lv> (ioocl. Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gr'pe. 10c, &C. 50c ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Stirling Itemed; Company, CMeiRO, fflontrenl. New \'«rk. .121 N(l>T(l.Rlft Sold and itiiarantced by alldrug- WU- I U-PAb B i s t s to CITHK Tobacco Habit. Buggies. Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and atl Pleasure Vehicles, With or without IUTBBKR TIKKK, Vehicles made to order, and all repair work done promptly and and at small cost. Tie Celebrated Easy Riding;. Noiseless, Hard Bitter Tires oan be qulokly placed od any wheels. In everything our factory hastheiateststyles and is strictly up-to-date. J. M. Hardy's Son, At tie 013 Stand, Main k Market Sis. STAUNTON, VA. W promptly procured, OK ISO FEE. Send model, sketch.& Wor ptooto for froo report on patentability. Book "Ilow-w W to Obtain U.S. and Foreign I'*t<iritF?.r.'i'7n'.rit TiTr-rks/'fJ) (JJ FEES. Fairest terms ev?r of»r< tl to mvpntor? 00 (« PATENT LAWYERS OF 28 YEARS' PRACTICE It S) 20,000 PATENTS PROCURED THHGUCr! THEK, (g (JJAU business c<.utidei;tis.l. B»u&ti advise, FaithfulMM fa) service. Moderate ohareefl. ?») | w rc. A. SNOW & co.| *OpM : S ; WASHmfiTO«, 0. t» I See Bryan's Stock Before bnying your Kui'dlng Material or Painting your House. Flooring. Siding, Ceiling. S Ooors and Blinds, OUR SPEIIALTIFS. HEATH & MILLKiAN Paints, and Rail way White Lead The Beat and Pur est on the maiket. The Carey MaKimes Flexible Roofing, Better than Iron, moie durable than Tin, and Costs Less. ' BUILDING I'APKR and LADDERS of all kinds on hand. South Staunton, Va. MUTUAL I'HONK 59. Yours respectfully, WM. S BRYAN, Mg'r. Patontc — K - s -* A - B - LAOEY, Pat i aicino. entAttorneys,Washington, D. C , examination and opinion on paten tability and hand book free. 21 years experience. jun22-ly SIM COCAINE^WHISKY of refurHDOM. 2fi jean a Rpacialty. Book on f loins Treatment -nut FREE. Addrtn** B. M. WOOLLEY, M, P., Atlanta, Ca. Harnsbergers Great Harvest Bargain Sale! As you are cutting and gathering in your grain, remember Harns berger is cutting prices in every department, and that there is a golden harvest, a great saving, and the opportunity is now. Gather in yonr grain at home! Gather in your grain at Ilarnsbergcr's ! Don't be foolish and wait. The harvest will pass and you will be too late, as this sale will last for a few days only. This store lias become the busiest in Augusta through selling [all goods at a lower price than other chariie for like quality. Extraordinary Money Saving Values. These are words that describe the most remarkable Harvest Sale ever given to the Public, and a great money saving opportunity. HARVEST SAVING IN SHOES. 3,000 Pairs of Drummers' Sample Shoes at Half Price. Extra well se lected stock, carefully made, shaped with regard to comfort as well as style. In every way reliable. You have our guarantee for fit and wear. As for values judge from these — $1.25 challenges the town for fit, style and wear; a shoe worth 82.00. Our Harvest Price, only #1.25. 98c. buys a Drummers' Sample Shoes worth fully $1.50; good shape, heavy soles. Our Harvest Price, 9Sc. $1 SO buys $2.50 worth of wear in Drummers' Samples for men and wo men. Every pair guaranteed. HARVEST SAVING IN DRESS GOODS. LAWNS AND DIMITIES. Now buy dress goods, 1,000 yards of pretty assorted colors lawn and Dimity Our Harvest Price from Si to 12i yd. WHITE HOODS. Organdies, Lawn, India, Linens, Batist, Dimity and Check Muslins. Our Harvest Price, the lowest. NEW SIRING WASH GOODS. New Spring Wash Goods. These goods represent the most ambitious effort we have ever made to warrant your patronage. Fine Fancy Dimities, LawiiH, Madias Ginghams, Scotch Piaids, Fancy Zephyrs. Our aim to pleace, our ambilion to satisfy. MEN'S HATS Men's Straw Hats from lOe, to 50c. I bought a big bargain, you will get the benefit. New Style, New Shapes save yourself time and money by com ing to Our Harvest Sale. PICTURE FRAMES We carry a large assortment of ready made pictures at very low prices. Can fit any picture. PARASOLS A line lot of Ladies, Misses and Chil dren's Parasols well worth the price and in plaids, stripes and solid colors. Our Harvest price 45c. to $1.25. BED SPREADS 11.00 kind for 75c. $1 50 kind for $1,00. These values.wbich tell the tale of rare chance for those in need of spreads. JARDINERE SALE Price so low that it will jar you if you pass this opportunity. 1,000 beautiful ly decorated all color jardineres at a great sacrifice. Special Harvest prices. We will give to each and every customer purchasing $20 absolutely free one ef our "New Qiloid" Portraits. Printed from any photograph desired. Opportunity of The Harnsbergers Great Harvest Bargain Sale. NOTICE! Seed Potatoes: We have now in stock the following varieties of seed potatoes aud grass seeds—Michigan Rose, Early Ohio, Hebron, White Star. Bliss Triumph— The Bliss is the earliest potatoe known Grass Seed. Old Red and Mammoth Clover, Tim othy, Orchard and Kentucky Blue firass Seeds. Seed Oats: Choice White Seed Oats. All of the above will be sold at low prices. All weusk is couie and see our stock and get prices, that will set tle it. J. A. Fauver & Co. South Augusta Street. HARVEST SAVING IN CLOTH ING. A gigantic deal in which I purchas ed the entire stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing and Men's Pants. The sensational price, such as we make today, will again demonstrate the ad vantage of buying from the Racket .Store. The suits and garments are all well made. Newest Style, Perfect Fit ing and offered in this Great Harvest Sale one of the greatest opportunities in the clothing history of Staunton. Clothing Half Price at Harnsberger "s. MEN'S FINE SERGE SUITS. Men's Fine Serge Suits. Cool, com fortable, stylish. It is a recognized fact that there is no better suit for summer wear. We have them, Our Harvest Price, $3 50 to $6 00. PANTS. PANTS. PANTS. 450 pairs of odd pants, worth twice the price; just your size and the kiud wanted. Our Harvest Prices, Just Half 50c. to $3 00. BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. Boy's and Childreus' Clothing. This department is complete. We give you an extra good boy's suit for dress wear. Our Harvest Price from 75 cts to $2 50. We have a few very line, well made boy's suits, will wear like iron. Our Harvest Price, SI 25. CORDUROY PANTS. The guaranteed kind; warranted cv cry pair. Our Harvest Price, only §2 00. MID-SUMMER MILLINERY OPENING. The greatest and finest exhibit ever made. The swellest styles from New York and Baltimore. You wiil find these Hats to your own llkingand will have no difficulty in selecting one that will become you. The assortment is simply immense. Unequaled in style and beauty. Today the best values yet offered. Hats Trimmed Free. A lot of Untrimmed Hats in all col ors. A varity of styles sold at 75c. and $1 00. Our Harvest Price, 25c to 50c. A Big Drive in Ladies' Shirt Waist Hats, former price $1 00. Our Har vest price 50c. Hot Bargains of Cool Hats for sum mer days. Hats from 100 to .'i(M) HAMMOCKS The best to be had at the least money. Rest yourself after your days hard work by swinging in a hammock from Harnsberger"s Great Special Harvest Sale 75c. SHIRT WAISTS Play mien an important part in wo men's wear that it is next to impossi ble to have too many of them. We h»ve a beautiful line of them and our aim is to satisfy. Our Harvest prices 25c. to $1. a Life Time for the People! For Fresh Drugs, And everything in the Patent Medicine Line, Toilet Articles, Paints, Oite and Glass, Call on B. F. HUGHS, DruiSt, NO. 6 S. AUGUSTA ST. ENTIRELY NEW STOCK. JOB PRINTING nkatly uactmv. CHINA, GLASSWARE. BRIC-A-BRAC. Having made several purchases at exceptionally good advantage, we pans them along to our customers at the same concessions at which we bought them. Therefore in this Special Har vest Sale you get the best grade at one half, one-third, one fourth what you pay any other time. At 10 piece beautifully decorated Chamber Set, very fine porcelain wart- Cur Harvest Price, 82 35. A 100 piece very fine, extra pretty design Dinner Set very fine porcelain wear. Our Harvest Price |8 50. Real China Dinner Set only $1t>.50. CORSETS Nowhere else will you find a better assortment of the Newest Shapes and old favorites and certainly our prices are the lowest. Corsets that fit well. Our Harvest prices 25c. to 75c. FURNITURE. The Largest Line The Lowest Prices. The Best Quality. A Handsome Polished Oak Suit 3 pieces only $10.00. A beautiful Quartered Oak Suit 3 pieces, $12.50. A Golden Oak finish nice carved suit 3 pieces $12.-50. Iron Beds, Springs, and BfattreSMß, etc. BABY CARRIAGES.^ Strong Baby Carriage Value. When it comes to Baby Carriages we display Supreme hand. A better assortment, better carriage, prettier styles and by far better values than any other house in Staunton. A Beauty for only $5.20. PARLOR LAMPS. A very large line, complete in every detail beautifully decorated glob.- and base in assorted colors. Great Harvest Price 75c. to $2 75. RANGES, STOVEsT Ranees and Cooking Stoves in a com plete variety, best of casting. Every stove complete. Our Great H*rveat price |9.50. ROCKIXG OrIAIRS~ Specialities. A Special Solid (>ak Hocker. Our Harvest price. A beau tiful Kocker lit for a (willow). Our Harvest price 75c. to $2 50. SPECIAL. Get Our Special Harvest Price on the following- Notions, Sewing; Machines, Hosiery, Men's Shirts. Underwear, Table Liven. Parasols, Towels, Crash, Perfumery, Mattinc, Fancy goods, Oil-cioth, Soap, lings. We can furnish yonr home from kitchen to pnrlor, extremely low, get our prices and you will be convinced that Harna; erger'i j s | n ,, phje*.