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Friday, ApriM3,l9o6.
Mr. James W. Leach of Highland,
was a visitor iv Staunton yesterday.
Mr. E P. Waylaud of Wayuesboto.
was here this week.
Weinberg Clothing to. are now ready
to show you the latest spring styles.
Mrs. A. G. Harmau of Goshen, wa*
iuthe city this week.
Asa Clark, E»q , who has been Jiving
at Cuurehville, has move to Stauutou
aud will go iuto busiuess heie.
Miss Lucy Bowles is the guest of
Mies Mary Harmau uear University j
of Virginia.
Mr. Edward Dore aud daughter,
Miss Mazie, are visiting relatives in
What ever you do. Don't buy a I
spring suit until you have seen Wein-I
berg's stock.
Mr. J. E. Rohrer, the popular car
rier on Churchville R. F. D. Ho. 1,
was in the city Wednesday.
Mr. lsadore Barth of Kiusas City,
Mo., has been visiting his sousic, Mr.
Jos. L. Barth.
The President has appointed Mr. C.
P. Nair to bo postmaster at Clifton
Forge for a third term.
Miss Ellen Coursey, of Highland,
his been visiting Mrs. John Koiuer
near Fishersvdie.
Mr. Jos. L. Barth has returned from
the northern markets, where he added
largely to his spring stock: of clothing.
The Spring meeting of Lexington I
libytory will ine-t iv Lexiugtou be-| (
nng May Ist.
ra. Porter ftf. Woodward has re-l
ted from a visit to her daughter,
, Haywood T. Baylis iv Columbia,
rs. M. E. Ramsey of Lyudbiiret, ,
has been visiliug her daughter. I
,G. W. Mohler, returueo borne L
day. j
-. 8. P. Hilealid Mr.CyrusCieigb, I
have beeu speuding the winter iv i
Ida, reached home this week. Ur. <
Bite's health has much improved. i
Mr. W. W. Gibus spent a few nays
bore last week aud Monday night re
turned to New York, from which place |
lis will shortly sail for Europe.
Miss Emma Lyle, one of Millboro'a'j
charming youug ladies, was iv the city j (
Monday shopping, aud paid our office j (
a pleasant call. I,
Mrs. A. M. Valz who has beeu spend- <
ing some da»» with her sister, Mrs. 1.. I
A. Waddelt in Albemarle, has return
ed home. I 1
Roy. Y. Yon A. Rissr, pastor of
Grace Lutheran church at Waynes
boro, has resigned to accept a cali to '
Riucou, Ga.
Rev. L. H. Paul, of Mossy Creek, ]
h*s been conducting a series of meet
ing for Rev. C. R. Stribling at Way
nesboro. |
Bethel Kueampmeut at Ford wick has I
*!eetod J. Gardner Bare, delegate, aud .1
R. S Reid. alternate, to tbeGraud Eu- i
vampmentof Odd Fellows, whicu meets 1
June 12, iv Harrisonburg. 1
Tom Carr was tried in the coipora-.
lion court Wednesday for treating iv
to the bar ol J. J. Murpby. He was
founs 1 guilty and given five uioullis in
Mrs. H.T. Parker of Clifton Forge,
has gone to Charleston, W. V., to be
present at the marriage of her cousin,
Mr. M.T Davis, whioli lakes pia-e iv
lha isth iu*l.
Announcement i* made of Uie mar
riage ou the lU:h inst ,of Miss Maiie
Louise Munds of this city, and Mr. W.
R. Tjree, Jr., formerly of llii* city,
bat now living iv Norfolk
Mrs. O. A. Bailie, who was paralyzed
some days ago at the home ol her
daughter, Mrs. W. 8. Moffett, uear
Mint Spring, was taken to Richmond
Keeday, she was accompauied by her
i, Mr. Thos. D. Bailie.
l\ C. Hunt, a brakemau on the N.
4 W. Ry., was sttuuS by the overhead
bridge at Basic City, ou Sunday while
on top of a oar, aud knocked oft aud
killed. He was about -'I years of age
lid unmarried
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fra/.ier of Rich
oud, have issued invitation* to the
arriage of their daughter, Gladys, to
r. Alexander Ersktue Millei of Stauu I
,n, on Wednesday, the 25th of April,
i half after three o'clock, at 827 West
race street, in tbe city of Uichuiuud.
Tbe spring meeting of Virginia
resbytery, A*»ociate Reformed Pres
byterian church, will be held at
Kbauizer cburuh beginning today,
Eae opening sermon will be
I by Rev. S. VV. Haddou
if Old Providence church,
seems to be quit* a mad doc
ouud Greeuville. A number
i have beeu bitten aud some
> two dogs owned by Dr. E. O.
were bitteu and be had them
ler restraint at once, but just
lays from tlie time Hint Uiey
Lieu both died in great agouy.
oruiau Cauipu*ll aud Mm Mary
ilt, two popular young people
Weyer's Ca»e, this County,
ilelly married Moudaj morning,
remouy was performed at hi (
cc by Rev. David Bush, D. D.,
ng elder of the Methodist church
1 Mrs Campbell left ou No. 1
gbt for Wheeling. W. Vs., when
■.ccepled a pvsiuuu.
Anna Dlm-jud McVeigh au<
Uu While Mathews will be ui-ii
t the evening ol Tuesday, lb
April, at bait after eight o'clocl
Forreetsvllie Aveuue, Chicago
atbews is now with the Dupon
rCo. of Welmingtou, Del., wner
ds a high position. He is i
w of the late Gov. Heury M
ws of W. Va., and his Utht
;> to bis death, tbe cashier of It
of Lewisbutg.
f Mis J. W. Silling, of Bueua Vista,
has been visiting bar daughter, Mrs. R.
Bwo iv Bridgewaler.
Sunday Rev. Dr. W. N. Scott,
of the Second Presbyterian
. read the annual report of the
to Presbytery. Tbe congrega
tion has eig'it elders, thirteen deacons
and has received riftv six new mem
here the past year, tweuty seteu ou
1 profession of faith and tweuty-uiueby
certificate from other churches. The
total membership is 888. Tbe church
has contributed to all causes the patt
year 84,270.
Stuart F. Lindsay, of the Ninth con
gressional district, has served notice
on tbe Slemps, father and sou, that be
will try to take the political scalp of
the lone republican congressman from
Virginia at the couveutiou which is to
assemble In Marion. Juue -0 to name a
candidate for congress for that party
in tbe Ninth district. It Is said tbat
the democrats have healed tbe breaeb
iv their ranks in the Ninth district and
tbat the chances are excellent for a
solid democratic delegation in tbe next
Wednesday morning Messrs. D. M.
Kyle and Win. Rvau, employed by J.
H. Woodson, the transfer man, had a
misunderstanding and Kvle is said to
have struck Ryan with a pitch-fork.
Both went to work, but Ryan became
nauseated and went home. He grew
worse and was taken to the King's
Daughters hospital, where it was found
that his skull was fractured. Both
have families and stand well in the|
community, where much sympathy is
felt for both. Kyle was placed under
arrest when Ryan's condition was
Mr*. Jennie Thurber, widow of Mr.
George Thurber, died ou Monday morn
ing at her reeideueeon Gay street, aged
72 years. She was a member of tbe
United Brethren church, and had
many friends here. She is survived by
tbe rollowiug children: Mr. George W.
Thurber, Mrs. W. A. Black, and Mrs.
Gertie Irving of Staunton, and Mrs.
Joseph IV Newman of Harrisonburg,
and Mr. Harry Thurber of Greensboro,
Peuu. The funeral tooK place from
her late residence Tuesday afternoon
aud was conducted by her pastor. Rev.
G. W. Stover. The following gentle
men acted as pall-bearers: Capt. J. H.
Waters, and Messrs. R J. Kennedy, J.
L. Dull, A. 8. Woodhouse, J. G. Dud
ley and Paul Stover.
Mrs. Sallie Whitmore, wife of Mr.
Fieldeu Whitmore of West View,died I
suddenly Tuesday night. She bad been
out iv tbe yard to feed the chickens
and returning fell while walkiug
across tbe porch, and expired in a very
short time. Mrs Whitmore was M iss
Rhodes and was oS years of age, a wo
man of gentle disposition, and sweet
Christian character. She was a faith
ful member of tbe West View Metho
dist church. Mrs. Whitmore is sut
vived by her husband aud by twosons,
Messrs. Otbo of Front Royal, and F.
B. Whitmore of this city.
Mr. Charles Richard Haines of Way
nesboro, who has been an invalid for
several yeais past, died suddenly about
8 o'clock Tuesday night. Tbe death
of Mr. Haines removes one of Waynes
boro's most upright and highly res
pited citizens. He had long been a
ruling elder io the Waynesboro Pres
byterian church. For many year* he
had been eouucted with the C. At O.
railioad emnpauy at that place. Mrs.
Haines and four children survive. Tbe
Utter are Messrs. Frank and Robert,
aud Miss Mary, of Waynesboro, aud
Mrs. Frank T. Holt of this city. He
is also survived by one sister. Miss
Belle, who made her borne with bim.
Mrs. Margaret Keller died at her
home at West View on the ~>th iust.,l
in her 7Stb year. One daughter sur
vives her The funeral took place
Bi from the church at West View,
ctecl by Rev. Holmes Roiston of |
v. Tbe interment was in Thoru
imetery. The following gentle
men acted as pall-bearers: Messrs.
Win. Brubeek, G. W. Arganbright, J.
M. Brown, J. L, Duulap, Win. Cook
aud D. Trimble.
Pension Notice.
The pensiou board for Augusta coun
ty will meet at the court house ou Sal
urday, the 14rh inst., 11 o'clock a m.
to examine all application filed for
I. Positively tbe last meeting
ioaid for the year.
8. F. Pilsoj..
Democratic Primary
aturday the city Democratic
! ire held a meeting aud ordered
try election to be held ou the
Mty aud required that caudi
utei by May Ist. Tue special
n Is to be held in J tine on a date
ecided by the council or by the
of the corporation court in case
incil does not act. This election
es necessary because of tbe
roing into tbe first class and only
trs of tbe two branches of eoun
to be elected.
onfederate Veterans Keunlon.
Orleans, La., April 25-27. ISHHi.
shern Railway announces ac
the above occasion extremely
.tes to New Orleans, La., and re
dates of sale April 2s. 23 aud 24,
i to leave New Orleans return
t later than April 30. 1901: or by
it of tickets with joint agent,
»w Orleans, and the payment
fee of fifty cent* per ticket
te of deposit, extension may be
>ed to leave New Orleans not later
midnight of May 21,1906. Tickets
c subject to continuous passage
;b direction, however, side-tiips
is bad from New Orleans to near
tints during final limit of ticket.
• further information, call on near
oupon ticket agent. Southern
ay, or write
Raphine, April 10.—This afternoon
a: two o'clock a beautiful uiarriasie
w*s solemnized at tiie home of Mr
and Mrs. J. A. Parker, Rev. P. Swan,
oueiu of the bride, officiating; assist
ed i.y the lnide"s pastor, Rev. A. H.
Hamilton, when Miss Stepbie Lee
Roadcap became the bride of Mr.
Fred. W. Chancy of Danville, Va. Tbe
bride, who is a young lady of mauy
accoiupliabuieuts, is a.v alumuus of
Roanoke College, Danville, was attired
iv a handsome white silk made ~eu
t'nucesse, ' with veil aud gloves to
match. Her veil was draped with
Utiles of tbe valley caught up with a|
crescent of pearls, tbe gift of the
groom, fine carried a shower bouquet
of lillies of tbe valley. Miss Nettie
Bowles of Cliftou Forge, was maid of
honor, and wore v. white organdie over
taffeta and carried a bouquet of lillies
of the valley and maiden hair ferns.
Mr. Harry Lewis of Danville was best
man. Little Elizabeth Parker carried
the ring; on a white satin pillow on
which were embroidered tbe initials
R. aud tj. The bridesmaids were Misses
Eulah Hull of Eastern Shore, Lena
Chancy, sister .of the groom, of Dan
ville, Mary Lackey of Timber Kidge,
and Orace Parker of Uapbiue. They
were costumed iv white mohair aud
carried white carnations aßd ferns,
tied with white tulle. Little Hazelyu
Roadcap aud Mabel Fultz were riubou
The bridal party presented a very
pretty tableau scene, as the bay win
dow bad been especially prepared for
the purpose. The ribbon girls entered
ttrst, fixing the aisle. Then tbe miuis.
ter, groom and best man took their
places, followed by the ushers Messts.
Robert Wilbouin of Clifton iorge and
J. D. Parker of Rapbine. Then came
the bridesmaids. The maid of honor
walked in advance of the ring bearer,
and the bride entered leaninc on the
arm of her grandfather, Mr. Parser,
who gave her away. The two who
were plighting their troth stood uuder
a horseshoe of white flowers which
was suspended from an arch of cy
press. Potted plants and white flow
ers were used to carry out tbe color
scheme which was white and green.
After the conclusion of tbe ceremony
the newly wedded couple proceeded to
the reception room and while they
were receiving congratulations and
best wishes Mrs. S O. Roadcap who
bad beautifully rendered Meudelshons,
sang in soft sweet tone "O Perfect
A sumptuous luncheon, which con-I
sisted of meats, relishes, salads and
and deserts, was served in tbe most
hospitable manner to tbelarge number
of guests whose attendance attested to
the popularity of tbe bride. The din
ing room was decorated beautifully
with carnations, ferns, etc., tbe color
scheme being carried out.
The bride was the recipient of a
great number of tbe most handsome
presents, exquisite cut glass, silver
and bric-a-brac, which expressed in tbe
most complimentary manner the es-j
teem and love for both bride and I
groom. The bridal couple left on the
Aye o'cioek train amidst a sbower of
rice for their future home in Danville,
where a reception will be given tbtm
at the home of the groom. The bride j
Is one of Rockbridge's attractive
young ladies and has a host of friends
who wish for her a long life of future
happiness. Tbe groom is a young man
of many serling qualities, aud has a
host of friends.
Among the guests present from a
distance were—Mrs. C. C. Roadcap and
Rev. and Mrs. Swan of Goshen; Miss
Susie Roadcap of Richmond; Miss
Eulah Bull of the Eastern Shore; I
Misses Lena and Penelope Chancy and
B Harry Lewis of Danville; Miss
ie Bowles and Mr. and Mrs. A.
O. Surber. and Mrs. Geo. Famar audi
daughter of Clifton Forge: Mrs. S. U.
Roadcap and family of Waynesboro:
Mrs. A. Frank Knight of buena Vis
ta; Mrs. Chesley D. Shultz of Roan
oke; Miss EstaGlenn of Harrisonburg;
Mrs. Ida Lackey and daughter, Missl
I, of Timber Ridge.
Miaiilebrook Items.
i. A. L. Steele has returned home
spending the winter with her
nieces iv Washington, D. C.
Harper Manley, who recently grad-1
uated from Dunsmore Business Col
lege, has accepted a position in W. Va. 1
Miss Lottie Smith baa returned home
from Avis, where she taught the past
Irs. Gwin, who has been so very ill
ousumption all tbe fall and wiuter,
at her home near here Sunday!
nine, March 25th. The burial took
seat Mt. Tabor church Tuesday,
rch 27th, at 11 • clock, Rev. Mr.
Richie of Cburcbvilie, officiating. Mrs.
Owiu is survived by her husband, twoj
daughters, Mrs. Carl Clemmer aud
Miss Maggie Gwin, and one son, Her-1
mau. Mrs. Owin was aged 04 years, j
•". months aud 18 days.
Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Rosen and daugh
ter of Staunton, spent Sunday at the
borne of H.T. Rosen.
Mr. Clarence Spitler and Miss Mi!d-|
red Lupton spent Sunday visiting Mrs.
M. V. Bpitler of this place.
Mr. John Manley spent Sunday at I
his home in this place.
Mr. Arthur Swartzel of near Green
ville, spent Sunday with bis aunt, Mrs.
H. T. Rosen.
Dr. Hyde spent Sunday in Brown* I
lig, visiting bis parents.
)r. Hart spent a few days last week
his home iv Louisa couuty.
dr. Reed, who has been clerking fori
F. Cross, baa returned to his borne I
Walker's Creek.
Miss Erua Spitler of near Swoope, I
spent a few days last week with her I
aunt, Miss Jennie Bosseruiau at J. 11.1
Swortiefs. !
Mr. aud Mis. Holmes left last week
for Galveslou, Texas, after speudlug
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. William
Aiuol' of near here. Mr. and Mrs.
Holmes were recently iuarr<ed in
Washington. D. C. Mrs. Holmes will
be remembered here by her many
friends as Miss Virginia Steele, daugh
ter of the late Win Steele.
«» m •• — ■ —
No candidate offered for tbe primaiy
for Congress iv the ldlh district sa\e
Hou. Hal. D. Flood, and the commit
tee will meet iv Lynchburg tomorrow J
Imorevements to Mine Property—A Suc
cessful Commission Business— Large
Shipments of Flour—Floe wheat
Prospects—Personal, Etc
Crimora, Va , April 11th, 1900.
A visit to this section of Augusta
county, at all times interesting, is the
more pleasing at this season of the year
when nature is putting on her mantle
of spring life. Those who are favored
with a trip of inspection to tbe Mau
garese mine* tell of it* interesting
sights and its novel method of mining,
a process tbat ha* to be witnessed to
be duly appreciated. The work is
known as tbe Crimora Manganese
Mines and are now completing valua
ble improvements that will enable the
company to do a greatly increased
business. The drainage tunnel that
has beeu building forabout three years
is finished and will be valuable not only
to this mine but to the Old Dominion
—that adjoins. Another expensive
improvement is the great water dam
that required 2, car-loads of cement for
tbe grouting alone. Besides this a
dam of great strength is to be put
across an adjacent mouutsin ravine
and later a large settling pond. All this
means inueh for the successful and
profitable operation of tbe mine.
To the uorth of this mine ie the prop"
erty of the Augusta Manganese Co.,
where tbe openings have brought to
light some very fine ore. Not long
since a Mr. Sparke was here going over
the property and prospecting in the
iulerests of Pittsburg parties.
In this connection it is as well to say
that the Old Dominion Co. is expected
soon to develop its property. Its rights
are owned by Mr. C. H. Harmau, of
New York, Messrs. Massie, of Char
lottesville, Patterson of Richmond, aud
Since warmer days are at band tbe
Sunday School for the summer has re
opened iv the Methodist church, Mr.
W. R. Talley.superinteudent. At pres
cut there is uo secretary and treasurer
owning to the removal from the neigh
borhood of Mr. L. B. Cocheuour, the
obliging mail carrier ol R. W. D. No. 1
updating .from this place.
As rural carrier he is succeeded by
Mr. E. R. Kennedy, who with his fam
ily have long beeu residents of this
place. The route though a long and
difficult one has been well maintained
and an excellent service giveu by both!
Mr. Gochenour aud his successor.
Messrs Harman and De Rundoau
have been shipping lately quite a good
deal of flour from the Crimora Roller
Mills, most of which finds its market
in this State and tbe Carolinas. Tbe
popular brands are Acme, Eureka and
White Lilly—loo barrels per day being
the mills capacity.
A business inCrimorathatbasgrown
to proportions of usef illness and profit
is the commission house of Plains A
Koiner. It has in the past 12 months,
furnished the manganese mines with
2.400 tons of coal, besides what is sup
plied to local consumers at the village
here; it baa bandied 000 tons feed, 200
barrels flour, 2 car loads of woven wire
fence, about 200 car loads of bay aud
straw and about 600,000 chestnut ,
shingles. This last (the sbingleß) ha*
become a big proposition, some year*
since our people used uo shingles, but ■
covered with tin and other roofing
Now they prefer the|sbingles. which
io chestnut, are.practically iudestruo
table, lasting it is said many years
longer tbau other popular roofing ma
terial. This firm is owner of a tract of
timber laud across the mountain from
which they expect to cut a million feet
iv oak, poplar, chestnut and other
woods, that will find market in Balti
more. Theii light hand own iv tbe
heavy hauling necessary to reach tlie
railway at this point is Mr. Joseph F.
Wood, a teamster of skill and experi
ence. Mr. Wood has himielf brought
over the mountain siuce last summer
more than a half unlliou uiinufactured
Our people are pleased with the ap
pointment of Rev. U. D. Whiteof Front
Royal, as the new presiding elder for
tais district.
Mr. Charles H. U'Neil of Mt Craw
ford, has accepted a position as sales
man iv the general merchandise store
of Mr. W. R. Talley and entered upon
bis new duties laßt week.
Wheat in this section is looking fine,
I much bettter than in some other sec
tions of tbe county usually as well fa
BaKinof Powder
Made from cPure Grape Cream of Tartar
In baking powder Royal is the standard, the
powder of highest reputation; found by the
United States Government tests of greatest
strength and purity.
It renders the food more healthful and palat-
able and is most economical in practical use.
Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to
buy alum powders because they are "cheap."
Yet some of the cheapest made powders are sold
to consumers at the highest price.
Housekeepers should stop and think. Is it
not better to buy the Royal and take no chances —
the powder whose goodness and honesty are never
questioned ?
Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an
alum-phosphate or other adultered powder to
save a few pennies ?
The friends of Mr. W. D. Bowman
are glad to note his continued physi
cal improvement. Last winter be suf
fered from paralysis aud aud was cou-
Mued to his house aud bed for many
DivUiou Superintendent Blake of
the N. A. W., made a stop off here not
long siuce looking after some improvo
m-nt* to the short line from their sta
tion to the mines.
Pocahontas Uo. (W. Va.) Items.
The C. & O. has reduced travel on
the Kreeubrier branch. Mileage is
sow tbe same as on tbe main line.
The grand jury has indicted the U.
S. Tannery at Marliuton, W. Va., for
polluting tbe tireeubrier.
Wash Hill place at Lobelia, has been
sold to Henry Gilmer for 810,000, hy
F. R. Hill, Trustee.
Tbe C. & O. will build water tauks at
Renick, Beard and Clover Lick this
season. Also depots at Spring Creek
and Buckeye. The tanks at Sithngton
aud Droop will be moved.
M. A. Dunlap has sold bis property
near here and will leave with his fami
ly some time this week for Oklahoma.
We are sorry Mr. Dunlap is going
away and wish bim success in his new
The Tannery at Marliuton is prep
aring to put in settling ponds to take
care of the drainage from their im
mense plant w bieh has theretofore
gone into the river, causing a murmur
of complaint in the cities on the lower
Greenbrier, who look to the stream
for their water supply. '
The Ronceverte Lumber Company '
of Ronceverte, has been chartered to I
engage in a geueral timber aud lumber !
business. Capital stock $26,000. The
incorporators are E. A. Creigb, Ronse
verte, Mason Matthews, 'H. L. Van
Sickler, W. E. Nelson and John A. I
Preston, of Lewisburg.
Entertainment at Academy School. i
The pupils o' the primary depart -
Bi*nt of Academy school, Stauntem, I
will give au entertainment in their '
class room on Easter Monday at two '
o'clock p. m. Tbe teacher. Miss Mar
garet Fallon, has arrange an interest
ing and enjoyable program for the oo- '
casou, and patrons of tbe school and '
the public generally are invited to at
tend. Admission: adults2oc, children '
10:. Prooeeds for the benefit of the '
school library. _ '
Seat Sale for Modjeska.
Seats to Modjeska's farewell appear
ance will be placed on sale at Sbuit/'s
Bookstore on Monday morning, April '
lti for subseribors only. The sale to -
the general public will open Wednes
day morning, the 18tb.
Oil ha* been struck in Taylor coun- I
ty, W. Va. A well was put down by 1
Col. McGiaw and a few others near 1
Pruntytown. Oil was struck at a dis- I
twee of 1,500 feet. The flow at last I
reports was not struck, aud the well
will be drilled deeper. Tbe oil was I
struck in the "Big Injun" Sand.
-*"' '
Ac V ? Of The Helda
9 a
■nr* / a
I depends upon the life-long study I
ana experience of the men who di- I
rect this business, and who mix a 1
fertillzerwhich "makcsthree(often ■
adozen)bladesof grassgrow. where ■
only one grew before." The name ■
of it is I
• Virginia-Carolina Fertilizer.* 1
By its very liberal use, a week or I
fcwo befoue. or at planting, as well ■
as second application, multitudes of ■
farmers in the South have "in- I
creased their yields per acre." and
with the larger profits which these ■
increased yields brought, paid off B
the mortgage on their farms. Don't I
be fooled by any dealer Into buying ■
a "cheap" substitute. i ■» - I
•Virginia-Carolina Chemical CoA 1
Ridbmond, Va. Atlanta, I
Norfolk. Va. gf Savannah, Oa. I
Durham, N. Montgomery, Ala- 1 ■
Charleston. R. C. Memphis, Term. J. ■
Baltimdre.'Md. Shreveport, La. (L I
I Lang's,
I You Run I
No Risk
Whatever in buying a I
watch here. We guar- I
antee perfect satisf ac ■ I
tioii with whatever I
watch you buy of us, I
and we've been in I
business long enough I
to prove that we keep I
our promise. We know I
all about tbe watches I
we sell, and sell tberu I
for just what tbey are. I
Don't you need one ? I
Tooth Wash destroys
mouth germs.
State Convention To Meet In Newport
News, April 18.
Secretary A. Lee Knowles, of the
Virginia State Sunday-School Asso
ciation, announces that its next con
vention will be held in the First Piee
byterian church at Newport News April
18, 19 and 20. Prof. G. W. Walker, of
Blacksburg, is president.
Among the speakers will be Dr. J. M.
Pilcher, secretary of tbe Baptist Sun
day-School and Bible Board; Hon. 8.
R. Buxton, Mayor of Newport News:
Marion Lawrence, geueral secretary I
of tbe International Sunday-School
Association; Dr. A. L. Phillips, viee
presideut of tbe International Associa
tion; Rev. William S. Campbell, secre
tary of tbe Bible Society ot Virginia:
W. W.Sproul, of Middlebrook, Va.:
Mrs. J- Woodbridge Barnes, primary
and junior secretary of the Interna
tional Association; Miss Pearl Tatar,
Virginia State primary superintend
ent; Hon. Thos. N. Joues, Mr. Wil
liam H.Wranck, Miss Nettie Hammer,
Miss Annie Liud Frosberg, Rev. Dr.
I. H. Lacy, Mr. C. W. Bainesand Rev.
W. 11. Riser.
Those who expect to attend should
write to B. W. Crump, chairman of the
jntertaiument committee, Newport
All pastors of tbe State, Sunday
ichool superintendents and duly elect
»d delegates from Sunday-schools will
)s entitled to a vote in the convention.
Bvery county organization is entitled
;o five delegates. Every Sunday-school
• entitled to one delegate, in addition
iO tbe pastor and superintendent. (
Delegates on arriving will report at
;he First Presbyterian church, on ,
Thirty-second street, near Washing
:on avenue.
Crushed to Death by His Eogins. j'
Mr. LewisChamberlayne, a fireman, (
)u tbe N. & W. Ry., was crushed by
lis engine on Thursday ef last week
M the yards in Lynchburg, and died
in tbe hospital there tbe next morning. ,
Deceased was a sou of tbe late Prof.
H. M. Chamberlayne, so long an in
itructor in tbe deaf department of tlie |
Virginia School for the Deaf and the
Blind. Some years ago Mr. Chamber
layne was married in Indian Territory,
and is survived by bis wife and two
children. For the past year or two
he bad been living in Roauoke. where
he was very popular with bis fellow
workmen. He is also survived by a
brother and si*ter. Mr. E. P. Cham
berlayne and Mrs. T. Walter Davis,
both former residents of this city.
Notice to Teachers.
The examinaliou of teacher* for Au I
gusta county will be held May Srd, 4'h [
aad 6th. l u ot>.
While teachers will come to the
Academy building in Staunton, col >r
e I teachers will come to the coloied
s -hool building in Staunton. All teach
ers uiu»t couae supplied with pen and
ink aud scratch pad. Legal cap will
be furnished them at cost. Xx >mina
tion will begin promptly at 9 o'clock
a. m. each day.
Those holding first aud second grade
certificates that have expired or will
do so with this school year, can see me
about hsving them endorsed any Sat
urday iv my office in Staunton between
now and date of examination.
Apr IS ot E. O. FkaijK, Supt.
L. M. Arbogast has returned from I
New York, where be has been during
the past several weeks undergoing al
very painful operation at a private!
hospital, iluring the last ten days he
has fallen off ten pound* but, is vow
feeling considerably improved in health. I
— Marl in ten Messenger.
City Markets.
POouut.rv Prodnc*.
Staunton. Va. Apr. 12, IsTS.
Corrected Uy J. A. rauver ito., a oil tne
Whltestar Mill*.
wneat— 85
IT lour— patent S4 8S
Family 148
Straight -i.'-5
Offals, per ton tls.oii
Chickens l"all
Suns 16
Butter 2ua2.!
Oats—shelled MatU
Rye «
Irish Potatoes ■■>*
Bacon— country cnrea. new
Hams 15
Shoulders '«
Sides ■
Lard - ■
Corn new per hbl g
rommeal «* '"
No 1 Timothy * aI iJJ!
n0.2 " ;; ■MJ
No. 1 Mixed " a »■*»
No 2 " " *' 50
No! 1 Clover " a J:jg
Straw a ibo
Live Stock Markets.
Baltimore April 5.
Cattle— Receipts for the week 2H28 head
against 2074 head last week.
39 carloads on sale today. Market
strong at last week's prices.
Quote—Steers, export, *5 00a6.t>0: butch
er *3.rj5a4.75: heifers. *3.00a4 25; cows
g1.50a4.00; bulls, *2 50a4.25; stockers and
feeders 88 75a4.50; fresh cows *25a55.
Baltimore, Apr. 10.
SheeD and Lambs—ReeeiDt9 3.039. Mar
ket fair. Quote— Sheep, *3a6. Lamb 9
Hogs—Receipts 11.450. Fair supply and
moderate demand. Quote—Westerns.
$7.00: from other points, ?6.75a6 90; roughs
Calves—Receipts 313 head. Fair sup
ply, and market slow. Quote-common
to be9tt3.50a7.00. |
A former Stauntonlan Wins a Richmond
HichmoDd, Apr. 11.—A pretty church
wedding took place iv this city Mon
day evening last when M iss I'Uu Mar
gartt Hill, daughter of Mrs. Annie M. j
Hill, became the bride of Mr. Isaac !
Carriugtou Morton, Jr., of Newport)
News. The ceremony was performed ,
in the Third Presbyterian church on
East Broad street at 8:30 o'clock, in
the presence of a large assemblage of
friends and relatives. Ths day was
very inclement and all the morning and
afternoon bad been stormy, but a rift
in the clouds at just the right time
permitted the wedding guests to as
semble in comfort, which they were
the more enabled to do by an awning
stretched from tbe carriage drive to
the church doors. Decorations of
palms and ferns were liberally placed
about the pulpit desk and in the bril
liant glow of illumination made a pret
ty effect. Jiißt before the bridal party
entered a white cloth was spread from
the' doors dowu the center aisle.
Promptly at tbe hour tbe bridal party
processed up the aisle —the six ushers
leading and forming a semicircle at
tbe altar. Following tbe maul of honor
came the bride on the arm of her
brother, Mr. William R. Hill, who
gave her away, as the groom aud bis
best man advanced from a side en
trance. The ceremony was that of the
ring aud was impressively performed
by the pastor, Rev. Dr. R. B. Eggies
lon. A unique feature of the wedding
was performed by the ushers, who at
the conclusion of theceremouy escort- j
ed tbe lady members of the families of
the contracting parties, in procession
to the carriages.
The briue was attire 1 in an ivory
white gown of radium crepe de eheii.e,
over which gracefully draped the folds
of a tulle veil; she carried a shower
Douguet of bride's roses. Her maid of
Honor, Miss Grace Annie Hill, a sister,
jarned a handsome bouquet of brides
maid roses and was gowned in cream
solienne. Tbe best man was Prof. W.
0. Morton, Superintendent of the
Newport News public schools, a broth
sr of the groom. Other attendants
were Mr. A. S. Morton of Staunton,
Messrs. W. B. Pollard and tteorge
Kobinson of Richmond, aud Professors
Jutrow anil Howard of the Newport
Sews High School, and Mr. Hoyt
tustin of Newport News.
Following the ceremony a reception
vaa given at tbe borne of Mrs. Hill,
io. 3300 East Broad street, from 9 to
0 o'clock, at which the bridal party
nd relatives were charmingly enter
ained. Among the array of haud
ome wedding gifts was a beautiful
ilver service and a check for a liberal
imount, gifts from the relatives of tbe
iride. A sun burst brooch of pearls
md diamonds was a present from tbe
At 11 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Morton
eparted for the South on the Seaboard
.imited. where they will spend some
en days in a tour of Florida. At Jack
onville they will be the guests of the
room's sister, Mrs. J. 8. LeFils, for
lerly of Staunton, Va. After May Ist
hey will be at borne to their fliendo
t No. 105 27th St. Newport News.
Out of town guests at the church
,nd house were Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
tinford of Saoo.Malnt, Capt. and Mis.
.*. C. Morton, Miss Minnie Morton and
Irs. H. G. Timberlake of Staunton. |
(iss Alice M. Johnson, Mrs. Freder- I
;k Mauville and Mr. Walter B. Live
ay of Newport News.
To the Richest Man
It's sound sense that we tell yoti.
Your work costs less dollar and is .
>est every time you use tbe L. et M. j
You do more painting with one gal-,
>n of L. & M. than with two gallons
if other paints and tbe L. & M. Zinc
lardens the L. &M. White Lead and
nakes tbe L. & M. Paint wear like
4 gallons L & M. mixed with 3 gallons
.inseed Oil will paint a moderate sized
Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 per
A. T. Terrell, Riverhead, N. Y.
Writes. "lt> years ago painted with
'j. & M. Only now requires repaint-
Sold by C. H, Cohron, Stuart's
Draft, Va., J. B. Roden, Waynesboro,
V* . Augusta Milling & Mercantile
,'o.. Mossy Creek. Va.
Plant Wood's
"Watermelon and
Cantaloupe Seed
if you want quality, sweet
ness ami the best melons
that it is possible to grow.
Northern or Western-grown
need doesn't begin to compare
when you consider the quality
of the fruit prod need.
Wood's Descriptive Catalogue
tells all about the best kinds to
plant. Mailed free.
We are Headquarters for
Cow Peas, Soja Beans,
Sorghums, Millet Seed,
Ensilage Corn, Alfalfa
I and all Southern Seeds. Write for
prii-es ami Descriptive Catalogue.
Fresh From the Gardens
Of the finest tea-producing conntries in the world —
Ceylon and India Tea
The Tea of Unrivalled Flavor and Purity.
Lead Packets Only. XOc, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb.
Never in Bulk. At all grocers.
I rant to the terms of a contract ex
by W. F. Dudley for my benefit on
iry 6, 1905, l shall offer for sale at
auction, to the highest bidder, In
f tbe Court House of Augusta coun
-1:30 o'clock a. in. on
ATL'RDAY, APRIL 21, l!»0tt,
)) shares of the capital stook of the
ngraph Manufacturing Company.
4 6 2t E. M. FI'NKHOI'SER.
21 ICBi
Feed and Heal. (j
C*em Brothers,,!
Central Avenue. 4
I 46im 9
is a disease whose germs are I
found in the mouth and throat. I
Protect yourself against this I
and other germ diseases by using I
a germ-destroying dentifrice, I
sold at all drug stores, called I
Pro-phy-tol Tooth Wash.
Trice 2jC* I
Sample Free on Request.
PROPHYTOL CO., Staunton. VA.
Now is the time to new j
BUGGY or j
You will find at my place the ||
largest, finest and most com- 1
plete line of carriages buggies 13
and ruuabouts in rubber and M
steel tire, including the celcbrat- «
ed Babcock, Columbia and Blue fj
Ribbon lines, at prices to suit m
you. Come and make your se- H
lection before the stock is pick- l]
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Splendid Farm for Sale
I will sell privately my splendid farm,
situated on Christian's Creek, in Augusta
Bounty, three and one-half miles from
Staunton, containing 255 acres. This farm
not only crops as well as any tarm in the
Bounty, but it is one of the best stock
farms. One-half of It is iv blue grass sod
of twenty years' standrng, and is unsur
passed for grazing. Sixty acres In rich,
alluvial river bottom. The tarm has on it
Ridious brick mansion house and
s, one of them new, with large
for stabling both cattle and
ill other necessary outbuildings.
,=. the farm for sale because it is
impossible for me to give it my personal
attention. Address,
3 23 if Staunton, Va.
For Sale Privately!
I have the farm on Smith's Creek, near
Miville, formerly known as the Wood-
Karru, containing 356 acres, about
75 acres of which is rich bottom land anil
tile drained. This farm is finely watered
with spring piped to barn yard. Buildings
■t of five room house, new live-room
c, green house, a stable In fair con
, a good cow barn and hog houso. A
ulic ram supplies water to 6,000 gal
nk in truck garden. The propeity
is well fenced. For particulars apply to
feb 23-tf Staunton. Va.
Trustees' Sale
■virtue of a deed of trust of C.F. Riley
others, dated December 2«h, 18S1S,
ecorded in the clerk's otficeof Augus
mty in Deed Book No. 1», page 288,
and in pursuance of an order of the Cir
cuit Court of Augusta county, entered
March 2d. 1906, in the ehaneery cause of
of C. K. Riley's adm'r. vs. Maggie M. Ri
lev, et als-. and E. O. and F. C. Riley's
cred's. vs. C. Frances Riley's Trustee, el
als.. the undersigned, as the Trustee in
said deed of trust, will proceed on
Saturday, the 21st day of April, 1906.
at 12 o'clock M., in front of the Augusta
County Court-Mouse in the city of Staua
tou, to sell at public auction to the high
est bidder, the real estate conveyed and
tullv described iv said trust deed, being
the tarm of which said C. F. Riley died
seized and posessed, containing 205 a, 2 r,
sud 3*< 1-65 p; situated about 3 miles south
west of Staunton on both sides of the Mid
dlebrook road; or a sufficient quantity of
said lands to pay the debts and liens bind
ing the same. For this purpose the said
tract of land will be sub divided into par
cels of convenient size, and experimental
offerings made.
A plot ot the same showlug such sub
divisions may be seen at the office of
Bumgardner V Itumgardner.
This is a most valuable and desirable
farm, conveniently located, and provided
with a dwelling and necessary outbuild
ings. For further information address
the undersigned or Mr. O. A. Crafton.
TERMB—One-fourth cash, and the resi
due in one, two and three years from dare
of sale, with interest from date of sale,
payable annually, said deferred Instal
ments being evidenced by the bonds of the
purchaser with approved security, and tbe
title retained as ultimats security.
1 mar 23 4t Trustee.

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