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ELDER & ELDER. Attorneys at Law, Booms 5 and 7 Masonic Temple, STAUNTON, VA. H. St. Gsorge Tucker. John Randolph Tucker. TUCKER & TUCKER, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. Staunton, Va. 10 Lawyer's Row. mar *W Room S first floor Patriek;Bnilding, feb 2d ly BTaTJNTQN, VA. W M A ' IKAI ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I Lawyers Row. U G. EICHELBERIiER, n. Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office iv Marquis Building, ' M QUABXIB, J. w - Hl riI.SON. QUARLES & PILSON, Attorneys and Counselors AT-LAW, JLawOffloeß In Masonic Temple, STAUNTON'VA. pHARLEB M. EAST, I* Attorney & Counselor at Law. fi Law Building, JOS. A. ULASeOW, —ATTORNEY -AT-LAW,- S'l'aunton, Va. State and Federal Courts. Will attend regularly tbe Circuit Court of Rockbridge JOHN B. COCHRAN. _ AT'IOKNEY-AT-lAW. I Barrister's Row, - Mutual Phone 292. JJICHARO S. JCKK. HUGH H. KERK Commonwealth's Attonjey jor Augusta County. KER <fe KERR, Atterneys-at-Law—4 Law Building, Staunton, Va. I T I tKßtm J. TAYLOR, rl ATTOKNEY AT-LAW, No. 4, lawyers' KOW. I L> B. R, NELSON, •ATTOBNBY AT-LAW AND COMMISSIONS* IT.CHANCBKT. OFFICE; No. 10 LA W V KHS' BOW, janltf STAUNTON, VA. CABTBB BKAITON, H. H, WAYT. Com. Atty. tor City of Staunton, I DBAXTON & WAYT, B ATTORN X YS-AT-LA W, No. 28 S.Augusta St., Offices— 2and 3. Staunton, Va TIAMMV H, BI.AiSE, rl ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Office—Patrick & Uordon Building. Jill STAONTOS.VA. JAMBS BDMOABDNBB, Jr. 1 . BUMOABDNBB. B.U llol.nl BUMQAEDNBK J., J. L., & R. BUMUARDNKK ATTOBNEYBANDCOTJNSBLLOHHATI.AW Prompt attention given to all legal bnsl u cbo entrusted to our bands. Tl7 H.LANDBB, W • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Staunton, Va. N0.2, Court House Square. augH-tf V W.HOL , ATTOKN E V- AT-LA W, Staunton, w a ■ KENNEDY. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 23 South Augusta St. Staunton,Va. [attention given to collections and 7 practice, tr LAWOFTICEMI J.A. ALEXANDER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. No.« Lawyer's How, T C.BBAXTON, * ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. ©ffxob:—Rooms 13,16,17 Masonic Temple, lan 18, 'an tr J R. EISHBURNE, "■ Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Second Floer, Masonic Temple,' $50,000.00 Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEE We are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee. Not only will the Lion-Heads, cut from the packages, be good, as heretofore, for the valuable premiums we nave always given our customers, but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums mfkn a s ?m,. I ;'f 0 «; Hea 1 S will '. e ° title y°* to estimates in our $50,000.00 Grand Prize Contests, which will make some of our patrons rich men and women. You can send in as many estimates as desired. There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTS V%? T &l o v~iZ li l h A°V he \ U I7 ith , L at , te £ dan i e at the SL Lonis World's Vstir; the second relates to Total UZ „™ ?i P * I 6"'. 10 beCa , St Nov " 8 ' 1904 ' $2">°°°-oo will be distributed in each of these contests, making a 40.000.0- <m the two, and, to make it still more interesting, in addition to this amount, we will give a Grand First Pri7p nf &•% HAfi fin to the one who is correct on both ■■, 1,1 ris^f ri ,'f.7. *** contests, and thus your estimates have two B■■BBBBB■BBBBB■■»»BBB■B»iMB■B■MBBB■■»BBBB■«■■■■■■B■BB* , opportunities of winninga big cash prize. Five Lion-Heads gggr- Printed blanks to cut from Lion vote on foutld in Coffee Packages and a JgjK^ ever y Lion Coffee Pack " a cent stamp entitle you age. The 2 cent stamp (in addition to the reg- covers the expense of ular free ; premiums) our acknowledgment to to one vote _in >ou that y° ur es= either contest: «Jol timateis recorded. *r .^ ORLD ' S FAIR CON TEBT PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST ' Worw"s Fair? At Chic™ S * %n ,t ,E nda » C % at the . What wlu be the total Po l>"l ar Vote cast tor President (votes For nearest: corrlS i. a imki-l y , '? ' ?"■ a "? nd , ance was 2^'- 73 ' ,or a " candidates combined) at the election November 8.1904? In Dauy ? s office Toledo Ohl? "!?.? received in Woo son Spice Com- 1900 election. 13.959,05:1 people voted for President. For nearest cor- SwYfirst Prize for the'^r.'.f n ° r b . ef °!f Ju . De 30th ' J 904 ; we wIU rect estimates received In Wools™, Spice Co.'s. office. Toledo, 0.. o»t rarest etc te IsESSST"* estimate ' second P rize t0 the ° n °r before Nov. 5.1904. we will give first prize for the nearest cor^ ,«".£.'.■ lollows: rect estimate, second prize to thenextnea est.etc.etc.as follows: 1 Second Pr?,e $2,500.00 1 FlrstPrlze J2.800.00 2 PrlaM-innn rir» «»;h 1,000.00 1 Second Prize 100000 fi rSSH Snn'nß ca S h 1 .000.00 2 Prizes- $500.00 each 1 000.00 lO pJimZ - ?Ronn •• 1,000.00 5 Prizes- 200.00 " 1.000.00 JnrrST Snm •■ 1.000.00 lO Prizes- 100.00 " 1 000.00 eo£l«I- 2000 •• }-SSS-P° 20 Prizes- 60.00 " 1 000.00 •wi *rti£ Tnnß •• 1.000.00 60 Prizes— 20.00 " 1 000.00 IBOOpSSm" finn » 2.500.00 250 Prizes- 10.00 " 2 600 OO 18QO Prizes- 5.00 18QO Prizes- 6.00 " oiooaoo 2139 PRIZES, TOTAL, $20,000.00 2139PRIZE8, TOTAL. $20,00000 4279—PR1ZE5—4279 I Distributed to the Public-aggregating $45,000.00-in addition to whichwe shall give $5,000 to Propers' Clerks (see particulars In LION COFFEE cases) making a grand total of $50,000.00. | COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LION COFFEE WOOLBQN SPICE CO., (CONTEST DEP'T.) TOLEDO, OHIO. DR. FAHRNEY'S TEETHING SYRUP, Nothlne more dangerous for babie 4 than Summer Complaint. Be careful— trvSrStor bowels in good health, relieve Cramps and Cpho hi 10 m nutes check Diarrh.ea quickly, cure Bow Stomach aud make babies we 1 SgSn with Dr. Fahrney's ' teething Syrup Beyond donht the finest medicine You can depend on It;. 25c. at drug stores. Trial Bottle FREE bymailofDrs D Fahrney&Son, Hagerstown, Md., if you mention thta paper. CUR E S CHOL Er a IN FAN TU M Gl) Southern Railway. **" , jrj|V SCHEDULE BETWEEN WASHINGTON, DANVILLE AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS. Effective May 29. 19(14 onTTT-URnTTiun No. 9 | No. 36 f No. 15 No. 39 No. 41 No. 37 SOUTHBOUND. Dally. Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. Lv. Washington, D. C *735 am I*losl am 445pinj 900pm 1000pm 1045pm Alexandria 755 am 11 10am 517pm| 920pm 1020pm 1105pm Manassas....! 8 65am fllSOam Go7pm fl030l»ir Harrisonburg 232pm Ualverton 9 36am f 1212pm 6 37pm 11025pm | Warrenton 9 58am 1230pm 65Spni| Culpeper 10 23am fl244pm 7 33pra'fll01pm Orange 10 58am 11 12pm 814. tn:fil2Bi >1 " Charlottesville 1201pm 157pm 915pn_'1215am 118ara 150 am KockfisU., 12 48pm 233pm Oakrtdge , 104pm Monroe. 802pm 330pm 150 am 2 47am 13 24am l.yncliburu... 221pm 348pm..., 2 00am 3 OOain 3 43am Franklin Junction 350pm 500pm ~,, liiOSam Rooky Mount , :•.••• Ar. Danville 450pni 5 43pm U63ani 5 40am NORTHROUNin No " &] No ' 40 No - 4 No ' 1G No - 10 No ' * No 18 NOiiritBOUND. pajly IMUy Da , y j ])aHy I)ai|y Dai|y No.^lß Lv. Danville 1210 am 2 27ani 21V'pm, ~ Kooky Mount 11 00am Franklin Juno tion (! 41am 307pni Lyucliburg 200 am 4 22ani 20(iam 8 17ain 417pm 235pm Monroe 217 am 4 39am 224 am 8 39am 435 pin 253pm Oakiidge 9 32am 514pm 342pm li«ck)i;)b 9 48am 5 2f>pui 400pm Charlottesville,.,... 3 37am tilO.tu 3 54am 450 am 1044 am 005pm 4 50pm Orange I(issam 5 37am 11 43am 055pm 645pm Culpepor f7 HlOam 1220pm 724pm 625pm Warrenton _ 1 SiSUam J24oam 7 05pm Calverton , 0 47am 1 |)spm 802pm 735pm Harrisonburg ...,„., Manassas „„..,. fH 40am 715 am 140pm 827pm 800pm Alevandria 617 am OiSOam h 33am 803 am 2 40am 920pm 900pm Ar. at Washington, D. 0 642 am 850 am 652 am 825 am 3Qopm 940pm 920pm ♦Daily. tDally except Sunday. f Flap. No. 35 stops at Manassas, Calverton, Culpeperand Orange only for passengers for points south of Danville, also to let oil' passengers from Washington. No. 11 daily ej Sunday between Charlottesville and Rookfish, leaves Ch'ville at S.Orj p. in , arrives Rookfish3,3op. in. For detailed schedules, rates and information in 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, Knoxville, Chattanooga and Na3h?ille, pall on nearest Southern Railway agent or write to C. H. ACKERT. General Manager. 8. H. HARDWICK, General Traffic Manager. W. H. TAYLOE, Gen. Pass. Agent. Washington,D. 0. L. S, BROWN, General Agent. 705 Fifteenth Street N. W., Washington, D. C. "c* PENNYROYAL PILtSSSBtS or and banish "pains menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at manhood, aiding development of organs and body. No own remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm—life becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PER BOX RY MAIL. Sold , by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. For Sale by F. W. BELL & CO., Staunton, Va. J. J. MURPHY, DEALER IN and Unadulterated Liquors.^ Handles all the Different Brands of Augusta County Whiskies from Three to Eight Years Old. ONLY HANDLER OF D. BEARD WHISKEY IN CITY OR COUNTY. Have also on band different brands of fine Old Wilson and Monticello Pennsylvania Gray. Melvale, an* other fine bramlß. Special attention given to all orders. Having on hand a large quantity of Whiskies and Winea, we will offer to the trade special inducements. Mr* \ye handle Port and Sherry for family use use which we will sell at %1 per gallon l&~ Also Bottled Beer, Scotch Ale and London Porter. Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good. No. 3 South New Street, Staunton, Va |J /k W W J>«. VEGETABLE SICILIAN HALLS Hair Renewer A splendid tonic for the hair, makes the hair grow long and heavy. Always restores color to gray hair, all the dark, rich color of youth. Stops falling hair, also. Sold for fifty years." *]ftg&g»gg£gjjgg""' WORLD'S OLDEST BUTTER. ki Was Buried on a Nebraska Fifty Years Ago Just Brought to Light, of butter has always been a sme for the would-be humor i most exaggerated statement hardly exceeds the actual facts con cerning some butter on exhibition in San Diego, Cal. Mrs. M. A. Decatur, mother of J. W. Thompson, manager of the Postal Tel egraph company in that city, is in re ceipt of a sample jar of butter made in 1858. Fifty years ago Mrs. Decatur's home was on a Nebraska farm near Decatur. Among other natural advantages of the farm was a never-failing spring, the cool shallow of which made an ideal place for the storage of milk and but ter. At various times small jars of butter that were placed in the spring mysteriously disappeared, and the In dians, who were numerous at that time, were credited with having appro priated them. The mystery was solved, however, when a large jar of butter became imbedded in the sandy bottom lof tbe spring, and in spite of all efforts to recover it sank from sight and was given up for lost, Time passed, the homestead was given into other hands, and the spring foil into disuse. A few days ago a party of hunters discovered on the old farm the rim of a buried jar, which they fondly hoped might be a "pot of gold," but which proved, when unearthed, to be the long-lost jar of butter. When exposed to the air the jar crumbled to dust, but the butter remained intact. Although covered with green mold, the main body of the butter was of the original color and consistency, A. small piece was sent to Mrs. De catur, while the large part has been placed in cold storage, and no doubt will find its way to the St. Louis expo sition as the oldest butter in the world. BUTTER A GOOD MEDICINE. It Is the Most Delicate of Fatty Sub stances and Quite as Valuable as Cod Liver Oil. Butter is so common a commodity that people use it and scarcely ever think what wonderful value lies at their hand in the parts of dainty yellow cream fat, says the American Cheese maker. Of course, they know that it is useful in many branches of pookery, and that without its aid the table would be bare of ita thinly rolled bread and butter, its delicate cakelets, and Jts other accessories. Beyond these uses the value of butter is a thing only vaguely thought of. But this delicate fat is as valuable as the dearer cod liver oil for weakly, thin people, and doctors have frequently recommended the eating of many thin slices of bread thickjy spread with butter as a means of pleasantly taking into the bodily tissues one of the purest forma of fat it is possible to get, ....,*-. i Butter is a carbon, and all excess of it is stored up as fat in the body. It gives energy and power to work to those who eat heartily of it. So it is not economy at table to spare the but ter, even to the healthy folk. For any one afflicted with consumption butter cookery, if plenty of fat can be digest ed, is one of the best ways of curing the disease if it is in its.early stages or of keeping it at bay if advanced. Butter is not a simple fat, composed of merely one sort. It Is a mixture of no less than seven different sorts of | fats, and no more complex oil can be taken than this is. j CURE FOR A JUMPING COW. A Contrivance Which Cannot Fail to Work Complete Heformation in a Short Time. Here is a sure cure for the jumping cow. Take a pole eight or ten feet long; tie rope around it nearly in the I middle, big end at back; have rope fast | CURE FOR JUMPING COW. to a halter on the cow. Fasten the rope to the pole so when the cow lifts her head and walks along the back end of the pole will drag on the ground and the forward end will lift up. \Vhen she comes to the fence the end of the pole will run under the fence and hold her head down; she cannot jump.—Ru- ral New Yorker. Cruelty to Veal Calves. I want to protest against the cruelty practiced in shipping live veal calves to market. They are taken to the calf pen at the railroad station early In morning sometimes, and in the coldest weather left there exposed for several iiften until late in the afternoon. ley are hustled into the car and some distant city, there to and shiver with cold several nger. Their mouths are some ;ied shut to keep them from a noise. I know of no other so shamefully treated. It is to melt a heart of steel, when a pen, to hear their cries. Af i suffering they become feverish !ir meat cannot be wholesome, uch more humane to hogdress nd ship their carcasses. This ily be done in cool weather.— 's Wife, in Parmer Journal. •—M ■ A FACT •"-'" ~ ABOUT THE "BLUES'\ What Is known as the "Blues' Is seldom occasioned by actual exist ing external conditions, but In the great majority of cases by a disorder- Tills IS A FACT , which may be demonstra- I ' ( te< ' »y trying a course of Tutt's Pills They control and regulate the LIVER. They bring hope and bouyancy to the Kid. They bring health and elastic to the body. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE? I HAIR BALSAM and besutilleg the hair E=l_" Promote! ft luxuriant growth %-_________! ii ever Fails to Kestore U-rs-cr |lm;%M H * ir to lts Voutuful Color Cl_j c b scalp diMuei & hair inW ifrVßw ...13? i td < luu * t -Dniggiiu^ ince the Greatest Skeptic in Staunton. s the eviilenee of a Staun i'estimony easily investi itrOuKest endorsement of ...... best of proof. Read it: W. M Summon, Chief of Police, place of resilience cosner of Main ami Mar ket wtreels, says: "It is with the greatest confidence that I recommend . Doan's Ointment. For a good many j years I suffered Heverely and endured j all the agony attending a severe case of itching hemorrhoids. It troubled me day and nigh) and 1 lost a great amount of sleep on account, of it, for as soon as 1 got warm in bed the irri tatiou became intense. I used remedy after remedy oiilv to find at the end I was as bail as at the beginning. I happened to see I Joan's Ointment ad vertised md I decided to try it, 1 got a box at 15. F. Hughea'drngstoro. Tie relief 1 received was almost, iiiKfanla neous and 1 continued using the lem edy until I was entirely free from the annoying affliction. I cannot too stri ngly expri ss my appreciation of this valuable medicinal preparation." For sale by all dealers, l'rice r>o c. Foster-Milburn, Buffalo, N. ¥. sole agents for the United States. Remember the uaine-Doan's-and take no substitute, Peabotly Normal School, Nashville, Term. Tickets on sale June sth to June 7th, June 10th ti June "Oth, July ">rd to July sth, 1904, good for fifteen days at o c fare plus twenty live cetite for the round trip from all points in Virginia. Call on nearest ticket agent Southern Hallway for full information. 5 13-71 t. t. Wa»m»n, M.U., O.U.S W. N. Wurman, D.D.S, Drs. E. F. WAYMAN & SON. DENTISTS. U3 JT. Awjusta St., Staunton, Va, Crown ad Bridge Work a specialty. W Office Hours—9 to 1 and 2to 5. may lfi-lv "Wall Paper V In new and handsome designs. A Large Stock to Select from Send for samples. Picture Frames, Made to order. AT R. H. Bell's, 113 East Main St.. Staunton, Va. Phone 707. | SPRING OPENING. — -~».«*» "'sllsllstl *■ ■■ ■»*■«■■»■*- As» ■* stfc A sssl » *■- ***- Ass***m*sssl* ■fcas.M^fc***-^ ... ■» A *A ssssssVsssfrAssssVAsssstA mM L sssl > M »Hsfc ■#»|Btßtßt» TITIT •▼» ♦• vf'ivlv*"!! W*»W»T»W»»W»W*W» Harnsberger's RACKET STORED Everything New»=Latest Spring Styles from New York and Paris. You should see us before Buying your SprinG Dress or Suit. Dry Goods. Danish Cloth, all colors, i2}4 cents. All wool serges, Blue and Black 50c. Blue, Pink and Cream nunsveiling 35-soc. Blue and Black Brilliantine, 4 to 90 c. Japanese Wash Silks—all colors, 38c. 38 inch Blue, Black and White China Silk $1.00. Taffeta Silks, all colors and widths 40c to $1.00. White Shirt Waist Linens 25c-45c. White Duck - - - 8c- White Piques - - ioc. to 20c. Organdies, all colors, ioc to isc. Nainsooks, best quality, ioc to 18c. ■»oug Cloth, best quality, ioc to isc. White Lawns - 8c to 20c. Colored Lawns - 8c to 12 % c. Shirt Waist Goods, Fanoy Patterns, 5c to i2j£c. Colored Piques Fancy Patterns, 8c to ioc. Dotted Swiss, best quality, ioc to isc. Ginghams - - - 5, 6 and 6j4c. Lot new Spring Percales, - 8c and ioc. Calico—Fancy and Dark Patterns, 5c and 6c. Unbleached Cotton, - 6 to Be. Unbleached Cotton 40 in. wide, ioc. Bleached Cotton, 7c to ioc. 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 18c. 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 20c. Tickings - - ioc. 12c. isc. 8 lb. Blundles of Remnants a real bargain, 95c. Turkey Red Table Damask. 18, 25 and and 35c. Bleached Table Damask, 35, 3.5 and 48c. Splendid assortment Table Napkins, Fringed and Unfringed—White I and Turkey Red, soc. to $1.25. ' -;o Dozen Ladies and Misses Handkerchiefs, ic. each. r 0 " " " " 3c. each. , Q '< " ' " sc. each. These handkerchiefs have been slightly damaged by waie*, but are a great bargain. CURTAINS. Nice line Swiss Curtains, 90c. to $1.00; Irish Point Lace Curtains, yds, -I8e.; Irish Point Lace Curtains, 3 yards, 85c; Lot of fine Lace Curtains, yards long, 38 inches wide, Figured centers, 9 5c; Better Quality—Same Style, $1.26.; White Lace Curtains, 50 inches wide, yards lone, Striped Centers, Extra Quality, $2.25. Harnsberger's, . The Always Busy Store: Chesapeake Western Ry. Schedule in Effect May 1.1904. EASTBOUND. STATIONS. No. No. No. 21) 8 4 2 Leave PM PM AM North River Gap 12 30 310 840 Stokesville 1232 312 842 Mt. Solon 1252 3 20 849 Mossy Creek 1 12 3 30 859 Brldgewatar 140 347 915 Stemphleytown tl 50 352 f9 20 Dayton 200 358 923 Pleasant Hill f2in 4 03f9 28 BMmtjg i» *g»» Rutherford f243 f4 30 f943 t;hestnut Ridge f251 f435 f948 Keezletown 307 4431955 Perm Laird 317 448 1000 Montevideo f3 25 f4 53 10 05 McGaheysville 335 458 1010 Manzy fa 43 f5 03 1015 Illglewood 1400 i'soß 1020 Elkton, arrive 410 5 15 10 30 WESTBOUND. STATIONS. No. No. No. No. 1 3 5 19 Leaye AMPMPM AM Elkton 1145 600 720 Inglewood 1153 608 734 Manzy t 1158 613 743 McUaheysville 12 03 618 752 Montevideo f 12 09 623 802 Perm Laird 1214 629 811 Keezletown 12 20 635 820 Chestnut Ridge f 1229 644 831 Rutherford f 1235 649 830 Harrisonburg |£ »£ g§* •« Pleasant Hill 12 55 7 00 9 13 Dayton 12 59 7 05 920 Stemphleytown 101 707 924 Bridgewater 105 7 11 932 Mossy Creek 116 7 2519 59 Mt. Solon 126 7 8.51015 Stokesville 137 743 10 30 North RiverGap'Ar-i I 1 g 7 45[lo:ts CONNECTIONS. Train No. 2 connects at Harrisonburg, Va., (Chesapeake Western Junction) with Valley R. R. trains for all points in the Valley, North or South of Harrison viva and for points South or North via Southern Ry. or Valley R. R., and Harper's Ferry, B. & O.; also via Staunton, Va., ftO. Train No. 4 connect at Elkton, V «., with N.&W. train No. 3 for all points S nth, Southwest and Northwest, via Roan > c, Va., Winston-Salem, N. C, Bristol, Te or Columbus, Ohio. Train No. G connects at Elkton, V».,wkh N. & W. train No. 4 for L«ray, Front Roy al, Riverton, Va., Charlestown, W. Va., Hagerstown, Md., and points North and East via Hagerstown, Md.. and Cumber land Valley and Weßtern Maryland It. Rs. Pullman Buffet Sleeping carstbrough from Elkton to New York, via Harrisburg and Philadelphia. Pa. Train No. 5 will wait at Elkton for N. & W. No. 4 connection, 30 minutes when late. For information as to rates, -'tickets, routes, etc., apply to any agent of the Chesapeake Western Railway, or M. L. Mardis, Harrisonburg. Va. Traffic Me'r Wm. R. Knowles, Wholesale and Retail ALSO BEST OYSTERS. No 14 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. i Mutual, 428. PHONES :V Bell, 12. ) Mutual—Residence, 431. dee 12 1 Chesapeake & Ohio By. IN EFFEi T KOTJUIBEB 1, I*3 Trains leavi.-tianntmi an follows. I.AS'I lllii M. N0.2 --ftOJl A M. Dally. W. F. V. Limited for Wash liiKton, Baltimore, Philadelphia New York, Klclnuoud.Old Poln Comrort anil Norfolk. Coaches, Steepen, niniiit- rar.to Washing ton and New York. NO.*— lo.stl A.M.-l>aliy,Kxpress for Washington Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Richmond, Old I'olntCom fort and Norfolk. Coaches Sleeperaud Dlniugcar to Wash- i lugton; sleeper old Point Comfort No. t>, 2:24 A. M., Ilaily for Kiclimond, Old Point and Norfolk. NO. 8— 10:10 A. If. Dally for Richmond. NO. 16 --2:14 P. M., Daily Except Sunday for Rich mond. No. 14— 7:5!) P. M,, Dally ci Sun. for Charlottesville. WKHTHOUND. NO. 3— 4:21 A. M. Dally, P. t. y. Limited forOlneln natl, Louisville, Indianapolis, at. Louis and Chicago, (roaches to Cincinnati; sleepers and dining carlo Cincinnati and Louisville slee|iers Cincinnati i 0 Hi. Louis and Chicago. NO. 1 — 7.20 p. M -Express daily for Cincinnati; Louisville, „i. Louis, and Chica go. ( oarbca to Cincinnati: sleep eran.i IHBtnirOni io Cincinnati aud Louisville. Parlor aud ululng Car Cincinnati to < hieago and St Louts. ' No. 5 . e:4SP. M. llally- i-rlnclpal Mountain tsMorta, ns». ia— •SB A. M. ex. Runday for Hunttugtou. SO. 15 Mii*. M., Ptw Kxprnai forCl'ftcn Forge Kxeept ttocay, NO. 7 -3:54 A. a.—Arrive nally Richmond to Clif ton Forge Fort hi 1 .h> r itiri.riiiatlon apply or address C. a. guiuu. Pass and Ticket Agent Staunton. Va. C.E.DOYLK, H.W. FULLER, Oeu. Mgr. Oen 1 Pass. A art i We promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign / fSeuil xtv.4161. sketch or pltoto ot invention fo* \ rfreeveport on patentability, for free anok, f I <HowtoSecureTDKllC UIDVO «rlu < I •i '. \ Office > > WASHINGTON D. C. J Fine Spring Straw Hats Trimmed, 75c. to $4.00; Trimmed Chiffon Hats, assorted Colors, $1.00 to $2.50; Street Hats, Latest Styles, 50c. to $1.25; All the newest Styled Shaped Hats, Untrimmed, 25c. to $2.00; Children's Leghorn Hats, 25c. to $1.70; Children's Tuscan hats, soc. to $2.00; Silk Caps roi Babies, 25c. to $1.50; Ribbons, every style, width and color, lrimmings of all kinds, Flowers, Wreaths, etc. Men's and Boy's Clothing. Men's Wool flannel suits, light stripes, $4 00; Men's Blue and Striped, all Wool Shi>.-- $fi <M>; N ice all Wool Cassimere Suits, $4 76 ; Lot of Mixed Gray Suits, $3 50 lo ft; 00. Lot of Black Cheviot Suits, $3 00; Light Worsted Suits, new Spring Patterns, $4 00; Cray Worsted Suits, new Spring Patterns, Extra vain*, $7 50; Black Cheviot Suits, extra quality, single and double breasted, $0.75: Clay- Worsted suits, Satin Lined, $0 50. $8 00, $10,00; Clay Worsted suits, #4 90: Large assortment of Spring Trousers, #1 00 to $3 r,O; Heavy Working Trousers, 50c to $1 25; Youth's Long Pant suits. 14 to 20 years, $5 00, Blue Worsted and Serge; . 111 x.. 1 goods, all s ; zee, $2 25 to $3 50; Mixed Ooods, all sizes, betterquality, (4 25-' Youth's Clay Worsted suits, $3.50 to $5.00; Youth's Clay Worsted odd pants. 85c to $1.50; linvs 3 piece Cassiiuere suit with belt, $1.25; Boys Jersey suits, age 5 to 9, $1.25; Boys Fine Cassimere and worsted suits, age 5 to 9, $2 00; Boys 3 niece Serge with belt, $2 50; Boys 2 piece Clay Worsted suit, 8 to 15 years, $1 00; Boys School Suits, Cassimere and Mixed, $1 25 to $2 50; Boys Odd Corduroy pants, age 5 to 15, 50; lioys Worsted and Cheviot pants, all sizes, 25c. to 75 cents. Quartered Oak Bed room suit, Full Swell Front Dresser, 20 by 24. $20 50; Quar tered Oak Bed Room Suit, half swell front dresser, 20 by 24, $21.50; Quartered Oak Bed Room Snit,, without swell front, 20x24, mirror, $20 00; (>ak Brd Room Suits, full size, fine finish, $10 00; Beautifully finished Oak Dressers, $5 00 up; Beautifully "Quartered" oak side boards, $11 50 to $13 00; Full size Iron Bed' Steads Extra Heavy, White Enameled Brass Trimmed $3 25 to $8 00: Single Iron Bedsteads, extra heavy, white enameled, brass trimmed, $2 50 to $5 00; Oak Bed steads nice finish full size, $3 00: Oak Bedsteads nice finish, single, $2.50; Cane Seat dining chairs, 55c. Wood Seat dining chairs, Carved, seat and extra nice, $1.00; Cane Seat iliiMiig chairs carved back extra nice, $1 00; Split Bottom din ing chairs, 55c: Split Bottom dining chairs per set $3 25; 5 feet Extension dining tables, $."> 25; 0 feet Extension dining tables, $4 50; 8 feet Extension dining tables, $6 50; Couches and Lounges, Velvet Velsur and Damask Cover. $:: 00 to $10 Oo': Children's Ciadles, 90c and $1.00; Upholstered Rubber tired Baby Carriages, $7 00 Mattings and Carpets New Spring Style Japanese Matting, all colors, 23c. Extra Heavy China Matting, all colors 22c. (iood Mattings in Colors and Figures, 12* to 20c. Wool Ingrain Art Squares, sizes 3x34, Fancy Pattern, ti 80. Smyrna Rues, 00 inch Extra Heavy, 1.90 Smyrna Rugs, 50 inch. Extra Heavy, 1 75. Velvet. Rngs, 04 inch. Fancy Pattern, 2 50. Jute Rugs 40c. to 1.00. Sheik Hugs, size 27x51, 1.25. Ingrain Carpets Bright neat, patterns, all colors, 28c. to 65. Hemp Carpet, yard wide, 12Jc. to 18c. Stair Carpet, 20 to 30c. Brussels Carpet, neat Patterns Figured, 65c. 00. Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and all Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TJREfc, Vehicles made to order, and all repar work done promptly and and at siuall cost. Tbe Celebrated Easy Riding, Noiseless Hard Rubber Tires can be quickly placed on any wheels. Ie everything our factory hasthelateststyle: and is strictly up-to-date. J. M. Hardy's Son, it lie Old Stand, Main & Market Sis STAUNTON,VA. WORLD'S FAIR April 25 to November 30,1904 Excursion Tickets Sold Dally Season Tlckati. Sixty Day Ticket, and Fifteen Day Ticket* THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS CAFE DININO CARS —Via NirrW THt Norfolk and Western Railway Offers to visitors to tbe Louisiana Purehaso Exposition St. Louis, Mo. Excursion Tickets VIA CINCINNATI. OHIO, on COLUMBUS, OHIO. Pullman Sleepers are operated dally te both the above cltlee, and pessea gere can take tbelr cbolce. Ratee. Schedule*, and additional Inform.. tion tuinlehed upon application to Agent* of tbe Company, ar W. B. Bevlll, M. P. Bragg, Oen'l Passenger Agt. Tra». Pass. Agt ROANOKe. VIRQINIA.