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that they will Aim l it the larg- jSPRINGI WEINBERG CLOTHING GO. f , =TN _Jr Made m Syrncosf. N.V, .—_—,— h Weinberg Clothing Co., No. 5 S, Augusta St., PUTNAM'S^ ONE-PRICE MUSIC STORE! Pianos, Organs, Piano Players. Highest Grade Artistic Piano, vSTAR High Crade Pianos, Jewett or Gapen= Medium Grade faiK^,,oXf*pSh. Gornmorcial Pianos== $10 down, $5 per month. The above Prices are subject to a discount of 10 per cent, for Cash. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1.1. PUTNAM k CO., DR. FAHRNEY'S TEETHING SYRUP Will carry your bain safely through teething. Mothers have learned to rely on it implicitly to cure quickly aud thoroughly all cases of Colic, Cholera Infantum, Summer Complaint, and Stomach and Bowel Trou bles which accompany teething. It is the best, medicine for children because it is pure and absolutely harmless. If your child is sickly, peevish, thin and does not sleep well, give it DR. FAHKKbi » TEETHING SYKUP and it will get healthy, strong and good-natured immediately. Trial Bottle Free if you mention this paper. Address, DRS. D. FAHRNEY & SON. Hagerstown, Md. 'lW&'- Dr. T. T. FAUNTLEROY'S Dental Parlors. h _ -■ — ■■ ■ Dnin <■.-,; ~,r 1.,., " .... Modern Methods. Pain Saving Devices. Full Set of Teeth, Guaranteed, $8 00. 22 X Cold Crowns, None Better, 5 00. Porcelain Crowns. - 3.00. Examinations Free. (iold Filling, $1.00 up. Silver Filling, 50c Tin FillhiKS. SBe. Extractions, 25c. Can Work HtNig.it a" well as Day. OFFICE HOURS 'J a. ill, to 5 p m. Phone 407- «*■ O. Hoi to Kn. 633. No. 1 5 East Mam Street, "TAUNTON. VA. The Only Osalae That Gives Gas for Painless Extraction of Teeth. VOL. 82 ■1903 After months of prepaiation, study and selection, we present SPRING CLOTHING, which we honestly believe to be the finest in every way ever shown in this part of the coun try. The fabrics include the choicest selection of fancy and plain Cheviots, Cassimers, Homespuns and Unfinished Worsteds. We have taken special care to select garments that carry that desirable air of individuality usually found in the high-class, made-to-meas ure garments only. In spite of the exceptional values, how ever, you will find our PRICILS are as low as greatly inferior garments are usually sold for. In our Boy's Clothing De partment you will find the lat est creations for this season. Spring Hats and Neckwear in every fashionable shade and ishape for this season, We in- Ivite your early inspection. Next to Aug. Nat. Bank. From $300 to $350 From $240 to $275: $10 down, $8 per month. 103 W. Main St., Staunton, Va. Partial Plates, KM up. Cement FilltiiKß, s<k\ Plastic Fillings, 863. Bridge Work, per Tooth. $5 no. Celluloid Plates, JIO.OO. Staunton iW&f SMcffttar VINDICATOR. J? rJ AUGUSTA S NEW STOCK LAW. Sections of thelCountySEmbraced in its i Bounds. ] At the request of some of our read ers we print the law in regard to the running of stock on the public high ways. This law went into effect on the first of January last. 1. 13e it enacted by the General As sembly' of Virginia, That the county court of Augusta county, or the judge thereof in vacation, upon tbe written petition, made not less than sixty days before any regular election, of at least two hundred voters of said county who reside within that portion of Augusta county lying between a line on tbe east beginning at a point where the Shen andoah Valley branch of the Norfolk and Western railway crosses Rocking ham county line, thence along the line of said railroad to the point where said railroad crosses South river at Lips comb station, thence with South river to the point where said railroad again crosses said river at the John Wallace place, thence with said railroad to the Rockbridge county line, and a line on the west, beginning at the Rockbridge county line on the Middlebrook and Browusburg pike aud running with said road to George Rose's shop; thence I with the public road leading to St. Mark's cliurch to the intersection of said road with the Walker's Creek road: thence with Walker's Creek road to the Summerdean road to the ford across Middle river at J. F. Clemmer's thence with Middle river to the road leading from Trimble's Mill to Buffalo Gap (known as the mountain road) at .1. B. Trimble's okLsaw mill; thence with said road to t4£arkersburg pike, thence with the Buffalo Cap and Chuichvllle road to the line between Baxter Crawford and C. A. Bear; thence with a straight line by Baxter Crawford's to the Shirley house; thence with the road to Farrow's bouse; thence along the Lone Fountain„road to the Churcbville and Jenning's Gap road at Lone Fountain postoffice; thence west erly with the Churchville and Jenning's Gap road to the Parnassus road at the house formerly owned by S. B. Allen; Bice with the Parnassus road to its rsection with the public road lead ing from Stover's shop to Stribling Springs; thence with the road leading from Stover's shop to Stribling Springs to the old Driver blacksmith shop about one mile east of Stribling Springs; thence along the public road passing William Baxter's, D. L. Snyder's and others to the Mount Solon road at J. C. Horn's; thence along the Mount Solon road to John Q. Douglas'; thence along the county road northwardly, crossing Freemason's run to North riv er; thence down North river to the ford at St. Paul's chinch; thence north Kly by a straight line to Emmanue eh; thence along the road tannin/ by Rusinisel, Click, Fifer's and cross ('horny branch to the Rockingham ty line. j it shall appear from the returns he election that a majority ! the votes cast in said elec ire in favor of a stock low, then it shall be unlawful after the first day of January succeeding the election for the owner or manager of horse, mule, cow, sheep, goat, cattle, or any other domestic animal, to permit such ani mal to go at large upon any highway or unenclosed lands within the above described boundaries. Any violation of this act shall subject the owner or manager of such animals to the provi tis of and penalties imposed by see s 2,042, 2 049 and 2,050 of the Code Virginia aud acts amendatory t reof. Nothing in this act shall be strued as exempting any railroad corporation from the present laws as to the killing or injury to any live stock within the aforesaid boundaries. And nothing in this act shall be con- Ked as in any way altering, amend or repealing an act approval Feb ruary 19th, 1894, entitled "an act to prohibit hogs, sheep and goats from running at large upon the public roads or unenclosed lands iv the county of Augusta." passage. A Great Sensation. There was a big sensation in Lees ville, Ind.dwhen W. H Brown of that place, who was expected to die, had bis life saved by Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption. He writes : "I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma, but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure." Similar cures of Consumption, Pneu monia, lirOLcliilis and Griip are num erous. It's tbe peerless reineiy lor all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c, and $1.00. Guaranteed by B. F. Hughes, Druggist. Trial bottle, fiee. The Whole Trouble. VVMlie—Ma! won't you speak to Jo .nuie'V He's pulling ttie cat's tail. Mamma—The bad hoy. Willie—Yes, he's just as selli.-di as he can be. He won't let me pull it at all.-Philadelphia Press. M3K6 3 C 16311 oW66p. There's nothing like doing a thing ever heard of, Muckleii's Arnica Salve is the best. It sweeps away and cures Burns, Sores, 15ruisrs, Cuts, 110 Is, Ulcers, Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's only 2oc, and guaranteed to give Fat- Teacher—"lf four boys hi ye twenty peaches and thirty apples each, what will each boy have?" j Bright Hoy—"Choi rer morbus!"— ' Philadelphia Press. STAUNTON, VA., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1903 FREAKS OF FORTUNE, Curious Turns of Her Wheel In Russia, Italy, and Germany. Fortune's wheel has lately played a few interesting pranks in the destiny of mere men in Russiaand Italy which remind one of the wonders of Aladd in's lamp. Thus a poor fellow named Shalyapin, who a few years ago labor ed long aud hard for his daily bread in various Russian cities, standing on the lowest rung of the ladder, is now the prince of Russian siegers, and, what is more, a splendid actor over aud above. Whenever he appears be fore the footlights the theatre is crowd ed to the ceiling and the manager has to "turn money away." In Italy a sudden revolution of the fateful wheel has producec a Bimilar result, aud Siguor Giorgioui, who was only a fish monger some eight months ago, is a theatrical star of the very first magni tude to day. He was noted until last year for the loud, silvery voice with which he was wont to cry out and praise his finny wares in the market place, drawing a considerable crowd of buyers away from his competitors. One day a lover of music chancing to pass that way heard the voice and de clared that there was mouey and music iv it. Giorgioni thereupon changed the fish market for a music school, and has now made his first appearance be fore the public of Naples with a tri umph which breaks all records. The walls of the San Cairo Theatre quak ed with tne thunder of the applause which greeted the.ex fishmonger, and musical critics are squandering upon his performance',the superlatives of all the adjectives of praise in the vocabu lary. He is credibly asserted to be the prince of Italian teuars, and a likely candidate for thr championship of the Prizes in life's lottery are restricted to no one profession or calling. They may be fewer iv this career and more numerous in that, but they are the mouopoly of none. This universality of lucky chance was curiously exem plified a short time ago here in the German capital by a lady whes-j occu pation —she was' correspondent in a dressmaking establishment—shut her out from the everyday world and left her little opportunity of bettering her position. But the psychological mo ment arrived when an importer out in Montevideo wrote to a Berlin firm say ing that he refused to accept a large consignment of goods sent him, aud gave various grounds for his attitude. The lady correspondent replied to his letter with great ingenuity and equal energy, and the correspondence, car ried on for a considerable time with remarkably great emphasis, ended in the triumph of the lady. The goods were jfinally accepted and paid for. At present the importer in ques tion, who is traveling on business, paid i a visit to Berlin, called on the firm,i aud spoke of the dispute in which he | had been worsted. The wealthy Creole : was not a little astonished to learn that all the arguments had been for mulated and the letters written by a young lady. He asked to see her, fell | iv love with her on the spot, proposed, I and was accepted then and there, and thus bis business trip developed into a delightful wedding tour. The dressmaking firm is now besieged with applications for a post, which offere such attractive possibilities,- Lot-don Robbed the Grave. A Startling incident, Is narrated bj John Oliver of Philadelphia, as fol lows :"I was in an awful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes suu ken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite, grow ing weaker day by day. Three physi ciaus had given me up. Then 1 was advised to use Electric Hitter ; to my great joy, the first bottle made a de cided improvemeut. I continued their use for three Weeks, and am now a well man. I know they robbed the grave of another victim." No .ore should fail to try them. Onlj 50jent=, guaranteed, at B. F. Hughes's drug store. Neli —There is nothing more delight ful than the knowledge that a man is iv love with you. Bess—Oh, I don't know. What's the matter with the knowledge that two or three men are in love with you?— Chicago News. "Quiet lunch" is one of the commonest ol city signs. Tlie sign doesn't says "a healthy lunch of. good food—the character of the food apparently is not considered. It's just a <imck lunch,—eat and gel aw iy. Is it any wonder that the stomach breaks down? Food Is thrown at It, sloppy, Indigestible and lnnutritlous food, very often, and the I stomach lias to do the best It can. Normally I there should be no need for medical assist ance for the stomach. Hut the average method of life is abnormal and while this continues there will always be a demand for Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery, It is the one medic'ne which can be relied on to cure diseases o: the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It is not a cure-all. It is a medicine designed for the stomach, and to cure through the stomach remote diseases which have their cause in the derangement of the stomach and diges tive and nutritive system. It cures when all else fails. Devotion to the Principle: "Culouel, how did \ou catch that cold in your h-ad V ' "faking < If my hat. 11 an elevator, suh." 'What .11.1 you do that f,.i , ' "There was a picture of a lady hang ing up ■" it, sub.''-Chicago Tribune. Somewhat Different. Hotel Purler—Are you a gupst of the house '! Gro wells —Not in>'. I piy two prices for every blamed thing I get. here.—Chicago News. OLD VIRGINIA COURTESY. Kent Company With the Company While He Eats. "The lengths to which hospitality went in the old days in Virginia are hardly appreciated by the people of to d;iy," remarked Mr. A. J. Bibb, form erly of Roanoke, to friends at the New Willard. "I was reared in that strict school of inherited customs and tiaditionsl ob servance, and woe to me if I departed one iita from tbe teachings ot my seniors. One point had been particu larly impressed upon my youthful mind, to wit: That wheu a guest was at the table as long as he showed a dis position to eat it was impolite not to keep him company. That is to say, it w?s a fligrant breach of manners not to go right around with him and de vour fcjd up to the time that he, too, was willing to quit "Well do I remember how 1 suffered in such a cause. A kinsman of my family rode one day across couutry to our home, a distance of some thirty miles, and arrived at our farmhouse just as we were about sitting down to dinner. The long horseback ride in a bracing atmosphere had whetted his appetite to an edge of preternatural keenness. The table was well supplied with every substantial dish, but the way the viands disappeared before this cousin was something astonishing. "Every member of the household tried to bear him company to the end, but in vain. He ate every blessed one of them to a standstill but myself. It seemed to my immature mentality that fate had selected me to uphold the hon or of the family, and I ate away long after my appetite had been surfeited. "Finally, after pyramids of hot bis cuit, accompanied by fried chicken and vegetables galore, had been demolish ed, several big old fashioned apple pies Were brought iv. These the kinsman attacked as though he had eaten no thing beforehand, and 1 with grim de termination proceeded along the same route. The rest had given up the con test, and seemed absorbed in watching the gastronomic duel. My hearty op pouent devoured four big slices of pie and started on a fifth one. 1 realized that four pieces were my limit. I had to surrender, but had the satisfaction of knowing that I had made a superb effort in tbe cause of hospitality. That night it looked as though they would have to send for the doctor to attend me,and my own belief was that medical talent would not preserve my life. I pulled, through, however, and never after that did I enter an eating match purely for the sake of politeness."— I Washington Post. Sunday School Teacher—Whodwelt iv the garden of Eden, Mabel V [ Little Mabel—Oh, I know, the Ad amses . Tommy (aged 5)-Mamma, are you fond of good music ? Mamma—Yes, darling. Tominv—Theu why don't you buy tents. After a few moments' hard labor Johnny submitted the following: The dollyfall the sawdust has run out of his arm Clarence (aged 4) who was looking out at the falling snow, turned to his father and said: "Bapa, do you re member the year when we didn't have any snow V" "When was that V" asked papa. "Why last summer," said Clarence. Bvstauder— What are you doing ou j that fence, little boy ! | Boy—Dad gave me a penny to sit j here an' make faces at the coal-wagon I Bystander—What is that for ? I Boy—Why, they get hot an' throw coal at me an' it falls iv our yard.— Consumption The only kind of consump tion to fear is "neglected consumption." People are learning that con sumption is a curable disease. It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable. At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of Scott's Emulsion and begin regular doses. The use of Scott's Emulsion at once, has, in thousands of cases, turned the balance in I favor of health. Neglected consumption does not exist where Scott's Emul sion is. Prompt use of Scott's Emul sion checks the disease while it : can be checked. Send for free sample. ' SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, fc 109-4.5 Pearl Street, New York. 50c and ti.ov, all druggliti. _ * GROWTH OP AN IDEA. National Aid In Hoad Bonding, Once lv Popular Favor, la Once More a Vital Inane. The idea of the national govern ment taking an active part in the construction of the highways, so pop- j ular three-quarters of a century ago, has for several decades been consid ered obsolete. But the interest mani fested nn the Brownlow bill, which provides for national aid to road j building, shows that this idea is very much alive. Indeed the popular in terest in the subject ia a source of -surprise to those who have not been giving the matter attention. This interest is by no means a sudden de velopment, either. It has been grow- : Iteudily for a number of years. is now ten years since the popu- ■ emand that Uncle Sam do some- I ; to help out of the mud led to stablishment of an office of pub >ad inquiries in the United States rtment of agriculture. The work is office was intended to be pure lucational in character. It was to collect and disseminate practical information concerning the roads of the country and means and methods for their improvement. The first work of this office was to prepare and publish a large number of bulle tins and circulars treating on th"s various phases of road building and improvement. This work occupied several years, and it was well done. If the roads in most parts of the country remain bad, it is not for the want of information as to how they may be improved in the best and most economical manner; for Uncle Sam's "good roads" office is a verit able "information bureau" on the subject. Object-lesson roads have been built under government supervision in 20 states, and so great has been the demand for national aid of this kind that a large number of applications have to be refused every year because the funds appropriated by congress are insufficient to employ and pay this expense of enough experts to do the work. Already congress has twice made an increase in the appro priations for this work, but the $20, --000 now appropriated annually proves wholly inadequate to meet the de-1 mantis for this educational work. It should be borne in mind that all the work of this kind done by the government is in the nature of na-1 tional aid. There is, therefore, noth- j ing new in principle in the bill re-1 cently introduced in congress by Col. Brownlow, of Tennessee, providing for national aid of a more extensive and substantial character. It is pro posed that the government shall no longer confine its assistance to edu cational work; that it shall furnish not only information and supervision, I uncial assistance. Under cer nitations, the national govern vill cooperate with states and js in the improvement of the n roads, each assuming a ocr- I •oportion of the expense. j ie educational work done by vernment in recent years has i much to encourage and stim road improvement, what may expect from this great exten ! the principle of national aid? ;ometimes urged as an objec nationai aid that it will cause ople to relax their efforts at nprovement, and to depend on I meral government to do the I for them. Is it not likely to c exactly the opposite result? rge fund which congress will I iriate for this work will be di- j imong the states in proportion j jjulation. But no state can se cure its share except by complying •the conditions prescribed, the I of which is that it shall raise a nm for the same purpose. In of discouraging state effort, should greatly stimulate it. Again, if a state takes no action look- B) the acceptance of the govern s proffered help, the individual ies may do so, and this again create a rivalry among the ies in their efforts to secure a part of tbe national fund due the state. The scheme is a great one, and far reaching in its possibilities for eco nomic development. Time and in ■gence will be required to work the details of its application, but c appears to be no serious ol> le. either practical or constitu al, in the way of its realization. | MAKING SNOW PATHS. Ea»y When You Have n Plow Made Like That Here Deacrlbed by lta Inventor. Good winter walks about the farm buildings are as important as good summer walks. A handy plow for the snow is shown herewith, the construe- SNOWPLOW. tion being plainly shown in the cut. The center board, it will be noticed, runs lower than the sides. This keeps the plow from running first to one side and then to the other. The flar ing top boards greatly assist in mak ing a clean-cut path.—John Dibble, in Farm and Home. Milk cans and pails should be washed first with a brush and luke warm water, in which a little sal soda is dissolved: then scald with boiling water. Cans and pails should lie scoured with salt occasionally.— Kami and Home. Indispensable in teething, produces refieshlnc sleep, quiets the nerves and digests food for baby. Test Victoi Infants Kelief and be convinced. To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the raone7 if it fails to cure. E W. Grove's signature J is on each box. 25c. jan 2-1 NO. 15. Irs So Easy To take cold. It's so common to neglect the cold. That is one reason why there are so many people with "deep-seated," stubborn coughs, and so many more with Golden Medical Dis covery. The quicker this remedy is used the quicker the cure. But even when neglect has let disease fasten the lungs, ■ Golden r Medical Discovery" may be relied on to cure in ninety eight cases out of for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little extra profit paid on the sale of less meritorious medi cines. He gains. You lose. Therefore accept no substi tute for "Golden Medical Discovery." "I am feeling quite well," writes Miss Dorcas A. of No. 1129 24th St., Washington, D. C. a My cough is very much better, and I owe it all to Dr. Pierces Golden Medical I cannot say too much in praise of the medicine. I had been quite a sufferer for a long time, and after reading Doctor Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser thought I would try his' Golden Medical Discovery,' I commenced "taking it iv May, 1899. Had not been sleeping well for a long time. Took one teaspoonful of Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and slept nearly all night without coughing, so I continued taking it. lam in great sympathy with everybody who suffers with a cough. I had been a sufferer for more than ten years. I tried lots of different medicines and different doctors, but did not feel much better. I coughed until 1 commenced spit ting blood, bnt now I feel much stronger and am entirely well. Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the best medicine I have ever taken. My home is in Williamsburg, Virginia." Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets are a la dies' laxative. No other medicine equals them for gentleness and thoroughness. FLAVIN & WATSON, Metal Worta 7 S. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. MUTUAL PHONE No. 216. Sole Agent for Peck-Williamson Furnace. Excelsior stoves. Ranges ami Kepalrs. Tin and Galvanized Spouting. Llgbtulng Hods and Fixtures. Cornice Work and Flnials. Metal and Slate Roofing. Steel Kanges. We also conduct same business at Ht. Sid ney as heretofore. ■ —-_ ■__ CHICHESTER 3 ENGLISH Pennyroyal pills m Ori B ln»J and Only Genuine. r-'/VNSAPE. Always reliabla. 1,».11e*, **"■ U - .axil >y(_K___L for CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH _f^4k>i^ , > n HKlt> and <;.>ld metallic boxes, sealed — Tfifl with blue ribbon. Take no other. Kef', to I*l *__■ l*a.«ceroa* Sub-tin.• lorni and Iniltu- -I*/ ijr tlomiu Buy of your Druggist, or *en<l 4e. ia 1 •» Jf stamps for Particular*. Testimonial* I "fit P ltd "Kfllef for 1.5.11.n, B n letter, It rc- »,X * /' turu Mull. 1 <»,,>. >JI Tt?ati moaial . Sol.i bf > "™ I '■"*/ all Druggists. Chit-heater Chemical Mention this paper. Station I>. i'lsi:.«... l*«v j I l\vCJUvvsCl — ~~ Teetn, Money, Pain, Save By having your dentistry dons at the Baltimore Dental Association. Baltimore Dental Association Marquis I'.uildiug, Main and Augusta Sts., Staunton, Va. AT COST FOR THIRTY DAYS! CLOTHING. JIG 00 Suits at J11.S0 $12 50 Suits at #'.t.00 10.00 " " 7.S0 7 50 '• '• 5 00 6.00 *' *' 4 50 5.00 " " 3 75 OVERCOATS. 9.00 Overcoat at 675 0.00 Overcoat at 4.50 5.00 Overcoats at 3.75 PANTS. 4.50 Pants at S 00 4 00 Pants at 2.Y5 3.50 " " 2.50 :l 00 " " 2.25 250 " " 1.75 200 " "1 50 1.50 " "1 00 100 " .' 75 2.50 Corduroys at 2 00 (best on the market) SHOES. Ladies' and Gents'. 3,50 Shoes at 2 75 3.00 Shoes at 235 2.50 ■' "2 00 200 •' "1 65 1.50 '• " 1.25 1.25 " " 1.10 1.00 " •' 75 oOc Sbirts nt oHC. Cash Bargain House, FARM MACHINERY!! In addition to our line of Fertilizers, Hay, Grain, Seeds and Feed, of all kinds, we carry a full line of UoDUKINI Tdde^j ti "a t r 7f and T5-K7 Buggies & Wagons of the highest grades. We also sell the latest Improved Manure Spreader made; we represent the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co., and can give you a first-class outfit. Buy a Black Hawk Corn Planter, it has no equal, drops just what you want EVERY TIME. When the weather gets warm you will want a REFRIGERATOR, call on us, we have the best one made —not cheap, but good. We buy Cow Peas by ihe car load —prices are right. BLACK (Q. BOWMAN, 15 Middlebrook Aye. Phone 548, P. 0. BOX 532. correct Schedules of tho three great railroads of tbe State regularly published in this paper—the C. & 0., the N. * W., Southern and the C.-W. A Golden Rule of Agriculture: Be good to your land and crop will be good. Plenty of Potash vest. Write us and we will send you, free, by next mail, our money winning books. GERMAN KALI WORKS, Bottled Hot Water. Hot water held captive in a rublier hot water bottle stajs hot for bourn. This is a modern appliance that meets a dozen needs in every home. HeM—steady, persistant, durable heat—cures tooth ache, neuralgia, aud most kinds of pain. A hot water bottle will reduce intlamma tion and relieve strains aud swelling. Cood to keep a poultice warm or to keep your feet wa'rtn these frosty niehts. Have a good oue or none. Our prices for the best grade are very reasonable. B. F. HUGHES, Druggist, No. O S. Augusta St. ___W--*IIB PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ___£_a__Hg*£rj_rj rit--7.i;<*'9 and tx-ai tifiei the Hair. RSk wl -' r ' !:; a luxuriant growth. JBlfevei' Fails to Before Gray Hair to its Youthful Color. B_^Vi , -V r Cur<-n stain diseases & hair failing. ™" 60caiiJ $l.i■'-'at Druggists Prices as follows : OCI Jit J Ul OUV| tjJ Ja Gold Crowns and Bridge Work, $4 a Tooth. Porcelain Crowns, $2.50, Gold Hllings, $1 Up. Amalgam & White FILLINGS. 50c each. Other Fillings. 25c each. UNDERWEAR 50c Men's Underwear .18 25c same 19a 25c Boys' do, nice lot 19c s<>eßuspcnd's3Bo 25c Suspenders 19c 25c Neck wean 19c OVERALLS. 50c Goods 3Se 45c Goods ::5e 35c Goods 25. CLOVES. I.UO Best Fire Proof 73c 1 00 Fur Drivlne7s 75c Gloves 50c 50c Gloves SSo HATS. 2 00 Hats at 1.50 1 50 " " 1.15 1.25 " "1 00 100 " " as 50 " ' 38 25 " " 19 50c Latest out 38e 25c Latest out 19c 5Uc Infant Sacques 38c 25c Letter tiles 19e A few left in children's caps at 15c 25c Ladies' Over Gaiters, 15c 2 S. Augutta St., Marquis Bid W. J. SWINK, Prop'r.