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1 J. J. MURPHY, I
3 DEALER IN ||
| and Unadulterated |
1 Handles all the Different Brands of Augusta County Whiskies j§
3 from Three to Eight Years Old. pi
3 ONLY HANDLKK OF D. BEARD WHISKEY IN CITY OR COUNTY. 1
3 Have also on hand different brands of fine Old Wilson and Jloutieelln, B
3 Pennsylvania Gray. Melvale, an« other fine brands. Special attention mven b=
E3 to all orders W~ Having od baud a large quantity ofWliiskies and C
a W?nes we wid offerto the trade special inducements ST We handle £
3 Port aud Sherry for family use use which we will sell at fl per gallon. Br
gj Bf Also Bottled Beer, Scotch Ale and London Porter. ~
|| Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good. B
H No. 3 South New Street, Stauntcn, Va B
DR. JFAHRIIEf S TEETHINGSYRUP
Has been used by Timbers, recommended by Nurses, and cresenbed by
Do?tarefor Years" Undoubtedly it is the finest baby medicine for Colic,
i-mrni* Diartbcea Boor Blomach, Cholera Infantum and other mlinents that
rinse Frettine Crvinc at Night and Sickness. Use it once and you Fill
ahvav/nse'it[SouSn Sepencl on it. 25c. at dm X stores. Write to Drs. D.
Fahrney & Son, Hagerstown, Md.,(be sure to mention this paper) and ask fora
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE flfc
-:. JL, AaV tegs-
"Of*~ Southern Railway.
SCHEDULE BETWEEN WASHINGTON, DANVILLE
AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS.
No 9 i No. 29 ' No INo. 15 No. 39 No. 41 No. 37
SOUTHBOUND. \ Da Daily. Daily. Dally. Daily.
Lv Washington D. C 30am *1061 am "ill 440pm| 710pm11000pm 1045pm
Ilexandnaf.^:.:_ 75tam HlOam 13 502pm! 7 30pmjl020pm 11 05pm
Manassas 8 50am.fU51am 121 600pm f 815 pi
sg;••••••■■■■•• u-»-n^-s^::::::::::::::::::::
Warrentun".'" 10 07am .. 648pm ;
(Julpeper. !10 1240pm 1 100' vi 734pm I 921 pj
Orauge . .-. ill 02 a ill I 107 pin I 124| 11 806pm f 953 p
Charlottesville 1201pm 150pm. 208, v 900pm 1045pm 118 am 160 am :
Rockfioh 12 52pm; 22tipin
Oakrtdee 107pm I ' ■■••••■
Monroe. 159pm: 3220 ml 339piA 1217 am 2 45am 3 24am
Lyuchburg...." 221pm! 337pm| 404pm :1239am 3 00am 3 43am
Franklin Junction 350pm j 510pm j
Rocky Mount J i i~~ "5"2»1.»'
Ar. Danville 450pm; 525pm 550pm 2 47am 5 40am
wnwTfTRnTTKT, No - 38 No. 40; No. ij No. 16 No. 10 No. 36J N „
NORTHBOUND. Daily Daily Da , y . | Daily . Dai i y . D u y .
Lv. Danville 1203 am' 2 22am j.... 5 40am 130pm. '
Rocky Mount : 1100 am
Franklin Junction ! ! 648 am 228pm
Lynchburg 155 am 4 45am2 06am 820amj 353pm 235 pi
Monroe 217 am 5 09am 2 32am 1 8 44am! 420pm 2 53pi
Oakridge. ! 9 35am 342pu
Rockfish ! ! 9 51ami 400pn.
Charlottesville 3 37am 635 v 4 00am 4 50am!l0 44am! 650pm 4 50pm;
Orange t7 20a, •■ 5 S7amll37an.t 545pn. |
Culpeper 18 05aD 610 am 1210pm 706pm 625pm
Warrenton : ; 62oamjl205am 652pm
Calverton ' 647 am; 108pm 745pm 715pm
Harrisonburg : i
Manassas 1920 am: 715 am 147pm 815pm 746pn'
Alevandria 6 i7am 10 15am fa 2am 803 ami 305 am 910pm 850pm
Ar. at Washington, D. 0 6 42am 1035 a m! 6 2ami 8 25am| 330pm 930pm 910pm
:I1 ! i
*Daily.
No. 29 and 36 stops at Manassas, Calverton, Culpeper and Orangeonly for passenger?
for points sonth of Danville, also to let ofl passengers from Washington. No. 29 will
stop at Covesyille, Rockfish and Amherst.
Ino. U daily ex Sunday between Charlottesville and Rockfish, leaves Ch'vllle at 3.00
p. m , arrives Rockfish 3,50 p. in.
For detailed schedules, rates and information 1c reference to through Pull
man sleeping ear service between New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington, and Savannah, Jacksonville, Tampa, Atlanta. Mobile, New Orleans,
Birmingham, Memphis, Kuoxville, Chattanooga and Nashville, call on nearest
Southern Railway aeent or write to
C. H. ACKERf, General Manager.
S. H. HARDWIOK, Gen. Pass Agent.
Washing ton, D. 0.
L. S, BROWN, General Agent.
705 Fifteenth Street N. W., Washington, D. C
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The great remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of the generative
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Impotency, Night !y Emissions, Youttful Errors. Mental Worry, excessive use
*^*^»"»*'" m ** of Tobacco or Opium, which lead to ( :>nsumption and Insanity. With every
AFTFR IKING ® 5 order we guarantee to cure or refund the money. Sold at $1.00 per box
HritnUOinU. 6 boxes for $5.00. BEK.MOTT'S CHUitUCAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio
For Sale by WiLLSOf< BROS.. Staunton, Va.
Virginia Farm Journal
ONE YEAR, TEN CENTS
To any one sending us Ten Cents within the next
sixty days we will mail The Virginia Farm Journal (published
monthly) for one year. Regular subscription price Fifty Cents.
It treats the various branches of Agriculture; has a Page for
Women ; gives State Events affecting Agriculture ; contains
much interesting matter for the farmer, his wife and children.
At the reduced price of Ten Cents a year it should be a
monthly visitor to every rural home in the State.
TfiE Norfolk Landmark RECENTLY Said :
"Sfce Virginia Farm Journal is full of
useful information attractively conveyed."
SEND TO-DAY *f gTAKPS Oa SILVER.
15he Virginia Farm Journal,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
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6Q DAY ONLY.*
We are going to sell our stock of 500 Gal. PURE
■ LINSEED OIL PAINTS. We are doing this
to make a change in our Paint Business. Now is the time
to get good paint and at right prices.
We also carry a nice line of i
Sash, Doors and Blinds, Porch and Work Ladders, I
AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING LUMBER. Examine our stock
J. F. BRYAN,
sept 25 6mos
WmWmmmmmmWmWmWMmmß •
I REMEMBER: I
§| " You will remember the Quality ||
|§| long after the Price has been for- §1
|§ gotten." H
g& THat Means Our |jj|
■ $2Rochbridge Rye jj
■ HARMAN BROS.. (
|3| feb 6- 3 m Opposite Virginia Hotel, # Staunton, Va. [email protected] (
Effective Nov. 29, 190J
t Daily except Sunday.
Phone 615
South Lewis St., Staunton, Va.
Invest
In
Paint.^
Paint on your building adds ten
per cent to yonr property's sell
ing value. Interior panting
giVf-s an air of prosperity and
comfort. Good paint is always
worth mure titan its cost, aud
tbe best paints these days go far
ther and last lot.or than ever
before.
Longman & Pdarlinez Mixed Paint
is the paint to use In nppl\ing
it you will learn that it covers
more surface than other paints,
but you must wait about 5 years
to fully appreciate its quality.
B. F. HUGHE*, I
Druggist, |
No. 65. Augusta St.\
New Store.
mm in nib inn i i'ii■mi ii
Groceries, Confec
tioneries, Tobacco
and Cigars.
Will be glad to'see all my
friends and tbe public in
?eneral. Our motto is fair
lealing and fair prices.
C. C. DULL,
11 S. Augusta St., Staunton, Va
,'D. A. Snlteman's old stand.)

What is that growth you have
on you ?
My Doctor says its a.Cancer,
or Tumor or an old Sore.
Why don't you haveitoured ?
I have heard they can't be
cured 1 \
Go to Dr. J. Sills Daniel (7th
and Franfelin Sts., Richmond,
Va.)
Give him a satisfactory trial.
If he don't cure you be will
forfeit $500.00.
Board andjnurse furnished
during treatment.
Write him today for his book
on Cancer FREE.
f Flap.
may l-iy
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tS\ I>a«fcerou» Substitutions and I m Ita-
ly """ flr ttonn. Buy of your Drnggiat, or send 4c. in
I W df stamps Tor Parti on I an*, Te*tirnonla.l
\<Bl fey end "Relief for Ladie«." in letter, by rt>
,JV - f* turn Mail. 10,000 Testimonials. Sold by
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Mention this paper. Station D. Phil a.. Pa>
I Fl. St. George Tucker. John Randolph Tucker.
j TUCKEK & TUCKER,
ATTORNEYS AND «OUNSELLORS.
Staunton, Va.
10 Lawyer's Row. mar 6 ly
F. SOHEELK,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Room 3, first floor Patrick Building,
feb26ly STAUNTON, VA.
WM. A. PRATT,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Lawyers Uow.
H~g7eichelbekgek,
• Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Office in Marquis Building,
Staunton, Va.
I. M.O.UAHLES, I. W. H. PILSOH.
QUARLES & PILSON,
Attorneys and Counselors
AT-LAW.
; Law Offices in Masonic Temple,
STAUNTON VA.
pHARLES M. EAST,
** Attorney & Counselor at Law.
5 Law Building,
Staunton, ... .Virginia.
JUS. A. tiLASeOW,
-ATTORNEY -AT-LAW,—
Staukton, Va.
State and Federal Courts. Will attend
regularly the Circuit Cuurt of Rockbridge
county. oct 10 3m
JOHN B. COCHRAN,
AT iORN EY -AT- LAW.
2 Barrister's Row, - MutualPhone292.
RICHARD S. KER, HTJOHH.KEBR
Commonwealth's Attorney
for AuguataOounty.
K.ER & KERR,
Attorueys-at-Law—4 Law Building,
Staunton, Va.
HKRuenT .i. Taylor,
AI'TutUN'EY AT-LAW,
No. 4, lawyers' Kow.
O E.R.NELSON,
ATTOHSEY AT-LAW ASDCOMMISUIOBBK
M. UHANCEKY.
OFFICE: No. 10 LAW YERS'ROW,
Jan4tl STAUNTON, VA.
RRAXTON & WAYT,
D ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW.
No. 23 S.Augusta St.,
unices— 2 and i. Staunton, Va
[JAKKI H. ULLASK,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Ifflee— Patrick & Gordon Building.
I Stauntob, Va.
JAMES BUMQA&DHKB, jr.
IMOAKOKKU. iMOLPaiiCSSAWJIiIK
J., J. L., & ft. BUHGARDNEK
SNEYSAND COCNSELLOESATLAW
apt attention given to all legal busl
ltrusted to our hands.
ATTORNE?-AT-LAW, '
, l/14L.1iT)fl, VA. j
No.2,'jourtHjnae Squara.
■ __
fiX «v W. HO 1,1,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, j
-_ 3TAI7NTOH. *'a .
F' B.KKn'NEUy" ~
• att::kney-at-law
23 Booth Autusta St.
Special attention to'-oilection'. -fn/s
chaneerr practice. " cv "'-" uo ~aa
Jan22-tf I
LAWOFFICKU* |
J.A. ALEXANDER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
No.BLawyer'sßow, I
A C.BRAXTON "
* ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
°™n fs^tt" 813 ' 15 ' U Masonl ° Temple.
J R. FIBHBURNE, "
Attorney and Counsellor-atLaw
Notary Public. Collection Department'
Lawyers' Row, Staunton, Va.
T M. FEttRI, ' ' "
9 ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Second Fkver, Masonic Tampie •
MutnaJPhone. aiavtron', y A .
A Mlafortun*.
He had been telling the thrilling story
Df his escape.
"So the automobile got beyond con
trol?" she remarked.
"Ya-as," he replied.
"And was wrecked?"
"Ya-as."
"But you escaped injury?"
"Oh, ya-as."
"Seems too bad, doesn't it?"— Chicago
Post.
I.ife'si Problem Solved.
Tired Tim—Wots that you say?
Lookin' for work?
Wayfaring William—Yep. I ain't no
tramp. I work on farms. But 1 never
stays in one sityation more'n a week.
"Why not?"
"Well, by that time the folks gener
ally stop treatin' me as company, and
wants me to work." —N. Y. Weekly.
Xatural Deduction.
Mrs. Enpeck—Do you believe that
nonsense about there being a man in
the moon?
Enpeck—No, but I believe there's a
woman in the sun, all right.
Mrs. Enpeck—Why do you believe
that ?
Enpeck—Otherwise It wouldn't be so
hot there —Chicago Daily News.
Hid Advice.
"Frankly, madam," said the honest
salesman, "I wouldn't advise you to
take that gown."
"Why not?" asked the woman.
"It doesn't match your complexion,"
he. explained.
"Oh, well," she replied carelessly, "I
can change the complexion."—Chicago
Post.
Flsh-Hooks.
Brown—Do you know McGregor?
McTavish —Ou aye—a vera guidly
mon.
Brown—He's a thundering thief!
McTavish —He always keeps the Saw
bath, mon.
Brown —Yes, and everything else he
can lay his hands on. —Ally bioper.
In the Dark.
Father —Doesn't Ethel know what
the young man's intentions are yet?
Mother —No. She says he is keeping
her completely in the dark.
Father —What! My dear, when I was
calling on you, you wouldn't let me
keep you in the dark until I had de
clared myself.—Philadelphia Press.
Village Jealousy.
Visitor —You haven't got half as nice
a cemetery here as we have in Elro
ville.
Prominent Citizen (of Hawville)—No;
I've always heard that the cemetery ig
the only part of your town that holds
out any inducements for permanent res
idents.—Tit-Bits.
With the Pen.
Kippax—And who is your favorite
author, Mrs. Softly?
Mrs. Softly—My husband.
Kippax—Pardon me; I didn't know
he wrote.
Mrs. Softly—Oh, but he does, and s<
nicely—checks.—Town and Country.
Too Manj to Drink It.
"Did you have a full meeting at the
flrehouse last night?" asked Faraway.
"No, indeed," replied Subbubs, of the
Swamphurst Volunteer Hose, "nowhere
near full. Why, we had only one case
of beer and all the boys were there."—
Philadelphia Press.
Merely a Question of Time.
The weather prophet wears a smile,
His cares in life are very few;
For if you will but wait awhile,
Whatever he may say comes true,
—Washington Star.
A HARD ONE.
*^li^[email protected]*P^
"Ethel rubbed it in on Tom when she
sent him back the engagenjent ring."
"How?"
"She sent it back in a box marked
'Glass —Handle with care.' " —Chicago
Chronicle.
Diners, Beware S
Time flies while one Is eating;, yet
This morning we would speak;
One dinner may beget
An Indigestion weoE.
1 —Philadelphia Press.
The Feminine War.
Blmberly—Did you ever notice it?
• Jimblecute —Did I ever notice what?
Blmberly—The frankness with which
'a 17-yeas-old girl refers to herself as aD
old maid? —Cincinnati Enquirer.
It* Peculiarity.
"There's one queer thing about
money—"
I "Identify this one."
"Why, whenever you chip in, you
have to shell out." —Judge.
His Point of View.
"Why do you consider his reputation
for truth and veracity so bad?"
"Because I once traded horses witl
him." —Chicago Post.
Sufficient Explanation.
"Are you a moneyed man, sir?"
"No, sir; I'm a married man." —De-
troit Free Press.
Tuffs Pills
FOR TORPID LIVER.
A torpid liver deranges the whole
system, and produces
SICK HEADACHE, «^
Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu
matism, Sallow Skin and Piles.
There is no better remedy for these
common diseases than £>R. TUTTS
LIVER PILLS, as a trial wfll prove.
Take No Substitute.
woo to
A. C. MABREY & CO.
FOB
Upholstering and Fnrnitnre Repairing.
All kinds of Old Furniture J one up in the
Lateststyle.
Furniture Packed for Shipment.
All work entrusted to oar oare will receive
Prompt Attention.
East Main Street,
(STAUNTON, VA.
novßo PHONE 378. I
It Travels Fast.
Good News in Staunton Travels Near
iy as Fast as Bad.
Have you beard tbe good news '!
Heard neighbors talking about it?
It means a new back for an old one.
Not necessarily old in years.
But old in misery.
By au old back we mean a bad back.
Bad baekg are numerous
Some lame, some weak or acbiDg.
Most back troubles some from the
kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills cure
them all.
They reach the cause.
They cure urinary troubles.
Staunton people testify to this.
Mrs. Horn, wife of Rev A. N
Horn, pastor of the United Brethren
church, with residence at 304 North
Madison street, says: "I procured
Doan's Kidney Pills at B. F. Hufchas'
deug store and used them for a persis
tent aching pain across the small of
my back which had bothered me for a
long time, especially when I stooped
or lifted anything. I had taken then'
but a short time before I felt greatly
benefitted. The results I obtained
from the use of Doan's Kidney Pill'
warrants me in highly recommending
them to ot era."
For sale by all dealers. Prce 50c
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no substitute.
E, F. Wayman, M.D., D.O.S W. N. Wayman, D.O.S
Drs. E. F. WAYMAN & SON,
DENTISTS.
118 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va.
Grown and Bridge Work a specialty.
tW Office Hours—9 to 1 and 2to 5.
msyls-ly
Don't forget to see
B. C. HARTMAN,
JEWELER.
\?nl o f WATCHES and RINGS
on hand. Quality good ard Prices
low. Call and sec us.
102 S. Augusta St.. Staunton. Va.
SAVE
Your rent money and let
me build you a home on
the monthly or yearly
payment plan.
6. C, SPITZER, Co t£. and
Kent Building, Harrisonburg. Va.
Phone No-43
--jan 8 4m _^^____
Harnsberger's
RACKET STORE.*
CLEANING
To make room for Spring Stock. Everything marked down
to almost Cost. Buy now and save money.
DRY GOODS.
Below is a list of Remnants contain
ing from sto 10 yards each and the
greatest values we have ever offered:
Ginghams 7, 8, 9 and 10c.
White goods 6 to 12$ c.
New Pattern Lawn 5 to 100.
Pique 8 to 12$ c.
A special lot of gray, blue and black
pique, Be.
Pertales, 7 to 10c.
Large fancy figured cotton plush 15c
Dimities and Lawns 6c
Black SatlDe extra heavy quality 10c
Satineall corors 1 yd wide 10c
Woolen dreßS goods assorted pieces
1 to a yrd, 18 to 40c.
Calico all standard prints 5c
Apron Ginghams all colors 6c
Silk assorted colors and patterns pc.
1 to 15 yds, 15c
Wash Silkb assorted colors and pat
terns 25 to 45c
Black Taffeta Silks 75c
Big assortment Hamburg 3 to 8c
All Silk Waists assorted colors to go
at Cost, 11.25 to $2.50.
Just received a lot of 5 pound bun
dles of Sercale to sell for $1 bundle
Sample Lot or A I Boots and
Shoes Cheap.
Men's fine Shoes, patent leather, vici
kid and box calf 81 to $3.50
Men's heavy weightshbes 81 to 81 50
Men's high top shoes $1.25 to $2
Men's calf skin boots $2 to $3
Men's kip boots $1 50 to $2
Ladies' fine shoes from $1 up
Harnsberger's,
The Always Busy Store:
Chesapeake
Western Ry.
Schedule iv Kffect June I, 1903.
STATIONB. |No. iNo. No.
!20 ' 6 J 4 2
i
Leave PM PM AM
North River Gap 12 30 3 101 840
Stokesvllle 1232 312 842
Mt. Solon 1252 3 20| 849
Mossy Creek 112 3 30i 8 59
Bridgwater 140 3 4"! 915
Stemphleytown flso 352 f9 20
Dayton 200 358J923
Pleasant Hill f2 10 403Jf928
Harriannhiin? i Ar 2 * *Wj 933
Harrisonburg (Ly BJg ftaf J g3B
Rutherford f243 f430:f943
Uhoatnut Ridge f251 f4 35 f9 4S
Keezletown 307 4 43.9 55.
Perm Laird 317! 448|100»
Montevideo f3 25 f4 5.J1005
McOaheysville 333 458:1010
Manzy f343f5 03 1015
Irifjlewood 14 00 f5 08,10 20
Eikton. arrive 410 515-10 30
WESTBOUND.
STATIONS. No. No. |No. No.
1 3 | 5 19
Leaye I AM P MjAM AM
Eikton ' 1145 600 720
Inglewood 11531 608 734
Mauzy f 11 58: 613 743
McQaheysville... < 12 03- 618 752
Montevideo t 12 09 623 802
Perm Laird ' 12 14 629 811
Keezletown 12 20 635 820
Chestnut Ridge f 12 29 644 831
Rutherford f 12 35 649 836
Harrisonburg {£ SSSSt.g
Pleasant Hill ,12 55 700 913
Dayton ! 11259 705 920
Stemphleytown [ ! 101 707 924
Bridgewater ; 105 7 11 932
llossy Creek 116 725 959
Mt. Solon 126 735 10i5
Stokesvllle 137 743 10 30
North River Gap Ar... 140 745 10 35
CONNECTIONS.
Train No. 2 connects at Harrisonburg,
Va., (Chesapeake Western Junction) with
Valley H. R trains for all points in the
Valley, North or South of Harrisonburg
*nd for noints South or North via Southern
Ry. or Valley R. R., and Harper's Ferry,
B. & O.; also via Staunton, Va., C. &O.
Train No. 4 oonnect at Eikton, Va., with
N. &W. train No. 3 for all points South,
Southwest and Northwest, via Roanoke,
Va., Winston-Salem, N. C, Bristol, Term.,
or Columbus, Ohio.
Train No. 6 connects at Eikton, Va.,with
N. & W. train No. 4 for Luray, Front Roy
al, Rlverton, Va., Charlestown, W. Va.,
dagerstown, Md., and points Nortk and
East via Hagerstown, Md.. and Cumber
land Valley and Western Maryland R. Rs.
Pullman Buffet Sleeping carsthrough from
Eikton to New York, via Harrisoorg and
Philadelphia, Pa.
Train No. 5 will wait at Eikton for N.
ft W. No. 4 connection, 30 minutes when
late.
For information as to rates, • tickets,
routes, etc., apply to any agent ol the
Chesapeake Western Railway, or
M. L. Mardis,
Bupt <ft Traffic Mo-'r
.China and Glassware.
100 pc decorated Dinner Sets 87 50
to 810.50
Lot of odd plates decorated fancy
paiterns, all sizes, 75c to $1 per doz
White Cups and Saucers beßt quali
ty, new shapes, full size. 38c per.set
Cake Plates and salad dishes 35c to
$1.25
Fruit Saucers, fancy decorations, 30
to 750 per set.
One large lot decorated Cups and
Saucers, all sizes, best ouality 10 to 25c
7 pc decorated Toilet Sets 81.85
10 pc " " " 83.00
12 pc " " " full size
extra quality 85
Baking Dishes 8 to 12ic
Special prices on odd dishes of all
kinds to close out for new stock.
8 pc decrated glass water sets 90c up
Glass dishes neat design 10 to 36c
" Pitchers full size 18c
Small plain glass lapms 20 to 25c
Large " " " 30c
Glass lamps decorated globe 35c
" " " " large sz 48c
Corsets, Newest Designs,
25c to fM
Entire lot Ladies' Skirts 90c to 81
Entire line of Millinery to go at cost
to make room for newstoce coming in
Ladies' Street Hats from 25c up.
Ladies' trimmed ready to wear hats
50c to 83.
Ludies' Silk Veiling all colors 8 to 20 j
Sewing Machines.
$50 White and New Royal Sewing
Machines to go at 820.
Wm. R. Knowles,
Wholesale and Retail
ALSO BEST OYSTERS.
No 14 K. Augusta >t . Mann ton, Va.
) Mutual, 4*t.
PHONES: -Bell. 12
) Mutual—ltcMideuee, 431.
dee 12-J
& Ohio Ry.
IN BFFKi T SOVKMIiJ-.K 1, lW.i.
Trains leavt-S'aunton as follows:
HO. a—
*:0a A M. Pally. F. F. V. Limited ror Wasr
tngton, Ualclniorb. Philadelphia
New York. Richmond, Old Poln
Comfort and Norfolk Coatihes,
Sleepers. Dining Ca> ,tn IV h Hilton
toa and New York.
MU.4
lo.so A.M.—Dally, Ex press for Washington
Baltimore, thlla.lelphla, New
York, Kichmond, Old Point Com
fort ana Norfolk. Coaches
Sleeperaud Dlnlnarotr fo Wash
ington; sleeper Old Point Comrort
No. 8.
2:21 A. M., Daily for Richmond, Old Point
and Norfolk.
NO. B
ltdtA.lt. Dally fir Richmond.
NO. 16
--2:14 p. M., Daily Except Pnnday 'or Klcb
niuud.
No. 14—
731) P.M., Daily et Sim. [or Charlottesville.
WESTBOUND.
Nl». 3—
42"A. M. Dally. F. F. V. Limited forClncln
natl, Louisville, Indianapolis. St.
Louis and Chicago. Coaches to
Cincinnati; sleepers and dining
car to Cincinnati and Louisville;
sleepers Cincinnati to St. Louis
aud Chicago.
NO. 1—
7.211 P. M .—Express dally for Cincinnati;
Louisville. St. Louis, and Chica
go. Coaches to Cincinnati; sleep
er »nd nintnsCar to Cincinnati
and Louisville. Parlor and TMninjr
Oar Cincinnati to Chicago and St.
Louia.
No. 5
fcsV.E 'I>k!lv— 'ilnclpal Mountain
Bes,»rtM.
NO. ia—
6:58 A. M. ex. Sunday for Huntington.
NO, 18—
S:KF. M., I>s» Bxpress forCllfton Forge.
Except Sunday.
NO. 7
-3:54 A. M.—Arrive Dally Richmond to Clif
ton Forge
For'urthertnfcrmatloßapply or address
C. G. Quinn, Pass and Ticket Agent
Staunton. Va.
C.E DOYLK H.W. FULLER,
Gen. Mar. Oen 1 Pas*. Art
obtain U. a. aud Foreign >
cSend model, sketch or photo of invention lor J
f freereport oa patentaulitv. For free orok,r
\ OplpositeUTslPatent Office t
> WASHINGTON D. C. >
UP SAIvE !
NOTIONS.
Clark's best 6 cord machine thread
4c or 45c do/.
Two boxes French blacking 5c
Table oil cloth, assorted colors H yd
wide 15e
3 cakes Cocoa Castile soap 10c
1 large cake Daddy Castile soap 5c
1 box 3 cakes Oatmeal soap 10c
7 cakes fine toilet soap 25c
1 cake laundry soap 4c
1 box Talcornb Powder 5c
Ladies' Belts, fancy buckles 15c
Ladies' puff,side and back combs 10c
Extra large school tablet 5c
Extra large, Ladies' shirt waist sets
white pearl 10 to 25c
All size pearl buttons 5c doz
Ladies pocket bookt 10 to 25c
Ladies' silk watch guard iOc
1 qt nickel ter pots 48c: 2 qt 00c
McCall Patterns 5c
Furniture, Household Goods.
AU Furniture, Household Goods,
Stoves and Tinware to go at almost
Cost iv order to make room for our big
lot of Spring goods.
BOOKS.
Novels of the most interesting read
ing 5 to Sc
Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages,
Spring Wagons, and all
Pleasure Vehicles.
With or without RUBBER TIKE.s.
Vehicles made to order, and all repar
work done promptly and and at small
OOSt.
The Celebrated Easy Riding noiseless
Hard Rubber Tires
can be quickly Disced on any «haels la
every thin a our factory has the lateststylcJ
and is atrietl) up-to-date.
J. M. Hardy's Son,
it tbe Old stand. Mali & Market sti
STAUNTON. VA.
BHAIR BALSAM
Cleanse* sod beautifies th« hate.
Promote* a loxnriant growth.
Never Pails to Bestors Gray
Hnir to its Youthful Color.
Cures tealp di«ea*ei Jk hair faiiina.
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ATURAL BRIDGE
ISAijF' fountain Lake
BRISTOL
Knoxville
\/lY(tyO CHATTANOOGA
rA^lh' LOOKOUT Mountain
BIRIVMNGHA*
ROANOKE XMA JVIEMPH,S
KENOVA &|J li "2
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AND THE NORTHWEST/^JjljL^
Writt ferßates. Maps Time VtbtesJlrtfiiyf Car
V/B.SEVILL.I >U.LEN>tOLL. fAJF.WIUX.
&««*. Pa».Agent, ifwutoa Gas*.Acem funiaf RM.MH
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Men's and Boys' Clothing.
Men's heavy winter suits 82.50
Men's nil black Cheviot salts |5
Men's winter weight MtaM suit*
$4.50
Men's worsted suits $6
Men's mixed suits 84
Men's clay worsted suits, extra qual
I ity, 84 to #9
Youth's winter school suite $8.50 tos4
Boys' knee pant salts, age 4 to 11
$1 to 81 Zo
Boys' knee pants 20 to 48c
Men's odd pants 76c to 82 80
Men's all wool black Ulsters 88
Men's gray mixed, good quality
Ulster $3.50
Boys' gray and black ulsters 82.60 to
|3.50
Men's light weight tan and black
Overcoats $s to $6.50
Men's drummer sample hats 70, 75
and 95c
These Goods must
be sold AT ONCE to
make room for our im
mense Spring and
Summer Stock soon
to come in.

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