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* ...E invite Inspection of onr f [I - __. A >•_ __ A_ _XX _ _ _iL _. _L __ «f_ < U reot Scbedult '» of four J jVV s-f-cr'p"-" "> J ir -i i 'Hit IT Ti lfS_ri_w____i__i__f IMi 1Y i_f\ t ; of lbe * reat railroadß $ Jf » Advertiser,, aud ».nr. 5 ij jl 111 iM II I II Ji| i]i MIT I II 111 110 f $ J-- «- recu.arlv publish- 5 5 them that they will Hod It the J «T ljn*f V *▼ V V /RT *T - J ed in this paper-the U. & 0., « J largest of any paper publish- * VINDICATOR. jj. 5g 1 tbe Southern, the N. _ W., and J ied in this city. * . - - - ' —3- a the Chesapeake Western. 5 VOL. 85 STAUNTON, VA., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1900. NO. R >MWii<l l____£j Your Spring Suit ! tHave you suited yourself for the coming season? X icuse us, please, for asking tbe question, but we can't very well help doing so, as we are al ways concerned about your clothes. We want you to wear good looking, well fitting clothes. Clothes tbat will not be out clasred any place you go. We believe tbat we can show you just tbe sort of suit you would Take Pleasure in Wearing. it is the Quality. Style, Durability, and all around Superiority of our Gar- ments, that tie so many patrons close We want you to see the attractive Spring Styles. Asking you to step in for a moment's look at tbe HANDSOME NEW SUITS for Men, Young Men, Boys and Chil- dren, and to learn bow very fairly tbey A.look and a try on take but a mo tneut, and commit you to nothing, while showing you will be our pleas ure. Tbe only firm in the city tbat sells HAMBURGER'S Clothing. JOS. L. BARTH & CO., CLOTHIERS, HATTERS AND HABERDASHERS. STAUNTON, VA. wm* " T 'T'"'jj.' ' TAB L E SICILIAN nALLv) Hair Renewer Why not stop this falling of your hair? At this rate you will soon be without any hair' Just remember that Hall's Hair Renewer _.«: U„:, „„A — olroc holr nr-nxir -—.hurt lli II «_—. -***»• R=_T|CASTORIA l V'__?' m j For Infants and Children. AVegetablePreparationforAs- ■ _, simulating tteToodandßeguta- ■ _ - #• ting the Stomachs andßowelsof | JjearS tlie /w V, Signature /AM / ¥ IT nessandßest.Con-insneithcr n f /fvAtr OpiumjMorptone nor Mineral. UK #l\ Vr i Not Narcotic. CkMVj htapt csou • \ }\vnpkui Sa* " 1 JK MxJama - 1 ___ 1 Rvjuihsju- i _**% » in ■*-iMSa<t<- I A fl 1* 1 II nprtmunt . > |\ I || » ■ • ■ Hi Cariunai SUa > I II _J_ ItirmStai- 1 11 1 _. rbn/M Jufar ■ \ Jmm I Ham tfjhfcynw. /<*>■«: / _J II Q P A perfect Remedy for Constipa- f llf lion. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, I IkT ■■ f\ Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- 1 If KOf IU 0 f oess and Loss of Sleep. yj* fUI UI 01 "Fac Simile Signature of ! _ . a .. Thirty Years ggpfEgj pAOTnDIA [ txACTCOPVCFWRAPPEB, ■ II %3m ■_■ 1 ~■>._— wmtmW thi cint»uh eoMnxr. mw YOB« OITT. ___3 \S \ _*V S■* nH™ \' 1|"( l>i Eggs for Hatching. Mikado strain single comb brown leg-i horn eggs for hatching; pullets lay at. 61 months old- Also Plymouth Rock eggs, i . Leghorn eggs $L UO for setting of IS eggs. Plymouth Rock, 75 cts for setting—ls egg 9 C. T. HAMMOND, care t T S Express Co., 3 23 4t Staunton, Va. Fruit Trees ! All persons who desire the best fruit trees, strawberries, raspberries, and other small fruit, the best ornamental shrubs, and everything pertaining to yard gardens and orchards, should examine my stock. I sell nothing that is not strictly first class and fully guaranteed. COMMERCIAL ORCHARDS A SPECIALTY. I bold the certificate of the State Kty-1 mologist as to the freedom from all di»- 1 eases incident to trees. My stock is grown r>v W T. tiood & Co., Richmond. Va. 3 Address, S. H.ARNALL, 4S7m Waynesboro, Va. AN ARTISTIC TOUCH »your shirt front, collars and s in their laundering adds to their appearance when worn. We dairn just that —the doing of laun dry work, especially on linens, ar tistically. If you have not been aware of it, let us have your name and address and we'll call for and deliver a sample order. 'Phone connection. Model Steam Laundry, Staunton, Va. Oam ■ a ■ A A aud WHISKEY HABITB Of I I U cured at home with- I I U fj* ticulars sent I'ICF.E. !-LLami 11 M. WOOLLEY. MB. Atlanta, «a. Office 104 N. Pryor Street. J. B GUKTNER. WM. WOLFF VIRGINIA HOTEL BAR -AND— POOL ROOM. Tbe bandsomest and beet equipped establishment of its kind in the Valley. The best offerers thing known to the trade. Brilliantly lighted pool room, witb regulation tables; and every pos sible convenience for our patrons. We extend a cordial invitation to our old f rieods aud patrons and tbe strangers within our gates to visit our estab- VIRGINIA HOTEL BAR 4 POOL ROOM I Buntner & Wolff. Praps. feb 2 Jin South New Street. Items That Will I uteres! Our Readers. Rights of way are being rapidly se cured for the proposed Tug River & OJuyau Valley Railroad, which is to run from Clark's (lap via Plnevilie to Wbarncliff, about t>s miles. It is reported that the Chesapeake * Ojio Railway bas awarded a con tract for a 40-mile cut-off between Lewis and Barboursville to Laughorne & Co. of Richmond, Va. Henry ftilmer recently purchased some valuable timber property on Hill's creek, this county. There are something over 800 acres in the tract and tbe price paid was SHi.OOO.—Mar It is reported that the United States Uoal & Oil Co. of Holden, or capital ists interested therein, will apply for a charter to build a railroad from tbe lier Guyan valley to Huutiugtou, j is reported that the Virginia Iron, I & Coke Co. bas let a contract for i three-mile extension of tbe VirglDia fc Southwestern Railway from Banner Pc Little's Creek mines in the | h valley region. i Morgantown & King wood Rail is reported to have completed 12 uiles of line ou the extension from ieedsville to Rowlesburg, 81 miles. Ps under way on the remain route." retta Railway Co., with bead ,t Bristol, Teun., bas been in :orporated to build a line in McDowell ounty, W. Va., along Barrenehee reek; capital #25,000 Tbe incorpora ors are (ieorge L. Carter, president of he South & Western Railway; B. H. )avis, A. Kyle Morrison, J. Norment J 'owell and T. F. Davis, all of Bristol. Official information received by the danufacturers' Record confirms press eports of consolidation of lumber rail oads in tbe eastern part of North Caro na, including the Norfolk & South rn, the Atlantic A: North Caroliua, be Virginia & Carolina Coast, the luffolk & Caroliua, the Pamlico. Iriental & Western and the Raleigh I Paluilico Sound railways. The Nor alk & Southern Railroad will retain s name aud construct proposed ex- Sonic interesting railroad gossip i omes from New Orleans to the effect l nat it is probable that the Southern j Uilway will soon have its own linej atoNew Orleans. While officials of he company are quoted as deuying a eport that tbe Southern has purchas d the New Orleans & Northeastern, ver which it obtains entrance to New I Irleaus, oue of them, it is said, would | at deny that the Soutberu hoped to oou own a line into tbat- city. A later eport says that the Mobile & Ohio Uilroad, which is controlled by South ru Railway interests, has entered into .n agreement to purchased the desired THE FOOL AND* THE WISE MAN k Little Story With Any Moral You Choose To Put To It. Once upon a time, a Fool Btarted out >n a journey. At first be was very lappy and sang merrily as he gkipptd •loug, rejoicing with the birds aud mttei flies tbat llsw amoug tbe flowers hat bordered the way. Much to bis urprise aB he jiurueyed farther aud ' arther, the flowers aud trees gave wuy o rocks and thorns, the brei zes were io longer cooling, aud the suu beat lowu ineicilessly upon him. Tne Fool vas uuugry, thirsty, aud tired. Tne laal p Ktoued cut his leet and tie was 'cry miserable. As he was plodding along with bang jg head he beard a welcjuie sound of ailing watjr, aud turuing his bead to tee whence it came, he saw uot far 'torn the road a spacious garden full A trees aud fountains. He turned :'ruw the hard path, aud going to ths (ale of the garden pressed his facel Eigalust the bars aud peered in. Seat id in the midst of the garden, upon a marble bench was a beautiful woman, who beckoned with her hand, and call ed to him, bidding bim enter. Tne weary Fool placed his hand up on tne latch and was about to obey I her summons, wheu a Wise Mau ap psared upon the road, who called to the Fool aud said, "Friend, do you know where you sre going?" The Fool replied that he did uot, whereupon the Wise Man spoke as follows; "Tbat garden, which you are about to euler, is tbe home of the Beautiful Woman whom you see Beated upon tbe beueh. I lier name is Sin. She offers you rest | and l-efieshmeut. If you enter, she will show you pleasures of which you have never dreamed, but beware, aB sua will take your soul as payment tor her services." Now his soul was something that the Fool was wont to set great store by, so he returned to the highway still long iug lor tbe pleasures of tbe garden, but cousiaeriug the price too great. The road seemed hotter and rougbea I than before, and to make matters worse, be was constantly tormented by remsmbrauce of the garden with Ub trees and fouutalns. At last he could stand it no longer, lie quickly re traced his «teps, aud before loug stood once more at the gate ol tbe garden. This time he did uot hesitate, but open ed tue gate aud entered. Tbe Beauti ful Woman was til ill seated on the bench, and at her feet the Fool mw the Wise Man.—Life. j NEW YORK MAN BUILDS GREATEST INCUBATOR! Wonderful Hatching Machine That Does the Work of One Thousand Hens. The largest incubator in the world, with a capacity of 15,000 eggs, bas just been completed by W. P. Hall, of Pembroke, N. Y. It is 102 feet long and 4 feet 4 inches wide. Partitions divide it into 100 compartments, each accommodating two trays. The trays have wire bottoms and held seventy live eggs each. To fill the incubator a single time with common—not thor oughbred—eggs would require an ex penditure of 80,000, for eggs of the re quisite freshness would cost forty cents a dozen. As one ben covers fifteen eggs for hatchlug, the incubator does the work of one thousand fowls, or has the capacity of one hen •ittnfg constantly for nearly ten years. - The incubator is heated by means of « cell of eight steam pipes passing over tbe top of the egg cuatuber ou one side aud returning on the other. These pipes are connected, at one cud of the structure, to a water tank and heater. The water flowing through the pipes is heated to exactly the right tempera ture, a thermostat attached to the stove opening and closing tbe draughts to make this possible. The only at tention required by the heater is sup plying it with coal night and morning. The thermostat is an expansion tank, 10 by 18 inches, which stands over the heater. The tank is filled with oil, in which is a float. As the heat of the furnace warms the water, the water in the jacket surrounding the heater expands, and the float in the oil rises. This movement closes a throttle at tached to the Ilat-arm, and shuts the draft of the heater; another lever at the same time opens tbe cold air draft of tbe furnace. In this way the tempera ture is regulated automatically, with extremely little variation, ths eggs be ing kept at 102 degrees Farenheit. A second novel feature is tbat the heat of the eggs is regulated in raising or lowering them in tbe egg chamber, which is nearly a foot high inside, bur lap separating it from tbe pipes. The egg trays rest on double frames hing ed by galvanized arms or levers. As the chicks develop the trays are lower ed on these supports, the first drop be. iug made in six days, and others at in tervals, until, on the twenty first day, the trays are testing on the bottoms of the chambers. All infertile eggs are tested out on tbe seventh day. Mr. Hill built small incubators at first, but the oil bill for forty of his small incubators, with 8,000 eggs' ca pacity, was $100 for a season, while a large incubator was run .three mouths at an expense of less than $8 for coal. Devil's Island Torture Is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that alllicted me 10 years. Then 1 was advised to apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and less than a box permanently cured me. writes L. S. Napier, of Rugles, Ky. Heals all wounds, Burns and Sores like magic. 25c at B. F. Hughes, druggist Not Going Back. "A few years ago,'' says Polk Miller, "when on one ot my trips in the cold North, a preacher started out one morning ou his louuds. It was a very hilly town, and. the ground was cover ed with ice. He relied upon his rough bottomed rubbers and his walking cane to hold bim up, but they didn't. Just as be struck the top of tbe hill his feet weut from under him and be slid on down at a "two forty" gait. He made no efforts to regain his feet for he knew that it was useless, and having business down tbat way anyhow, be came resigned to his fate. When be cot half way down the hill be collided with a lady who bad some business up town, and as she settled firmly down in his lap, they went on down the hill together. On. reachiug tbe bottom, the lady made uo effort to get up, and the man said, in a quite tone: "Mad am, I'm not going back.' "' ■ m ♦ Wanted. District Managers to post sigi.Jad vertise and distribute samples. Salary 318 00 weekly, $3.00 per day for expen ses. State age and present employ ment. Ideal Shear Co., 39 Randolph St.. Chicago. jan 26 4m To Cure a Cold in a Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on each box. 25c. OVERTAXED. HUNDIIEDS OF STAIINTOX HEADERS KNOW WHAT IT MEAN'S. j The kidneys are overtaxed; Have too much to do. They tell about it in many aches and ; pains—Backache, sideache, headache, Early symptoms of kidney ills. Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright's disease follows. W. C. Chandler, post office clerk, and I living on North Main St., Harrison burg, Va., says: "Working at night preparing the mail for trains, also ar ranging the local matter, has beeu my form of business fir some time, and anyone working these hours will real ize the strain and irregular condition that exists compared with the majori ty of working people. To this I attri bute my kidney trouble from which 1 suffered for the past two year. In the morning my headaches were most se vere, the kidney secretions were much discolored and irregular. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills advertised in tbe papers I procured a box and I must say they certainly did tne good. There are ne more headaches, no more pains, every thing is reuularaod I guess there is no I doubt but that I am cured." For sale by all dealers, Price 50 cts. Foster-Milburn Co , Buffalo, N V., sole agents for tbe United States. Remember the name— Doan 's—and J take no other. EDUCATIONAL. Devoted to the Interests of the schools. Rms and children of Virginia-ami cted alternately by Miss Margaret 1 aud Mrs. L. C. Ware. The Aim of Education. is much pleased to read Mr. Todd's article conceruing the High School that we are to have in the near future. j Twenty-four years ago I was im pressed with the need of the co-opera tion of parents and teachers in tbe great work of educating tbe young mind. Having passed through all the grades in tbe schools of a large city, and having taught in those schools, the need was more apparent when I took charge of my first country school. In those days, and the custom still prevails, the children were kept from school whenever a hand was needed ou the farm. I understand quite well how sssmingly necessary this appears to the farmer, but if the child's future is to be considered at all, its should not be tbe case. Fioui tbe teacher's stand points she could not be expected to take more interest in the well fare of the child than its own parents conse quently, a lack of interest in tbe teach er might be expected. It is a mistaken idea tbat teachers in tbe primary de partment do not need a classical edu cation. The beginner should have ths educated mind to train it. Tne word education is derived from sduso, mean ing I lead, or draw out, therefore the young mind needs a leading or draw ing out process wbieb can be obtained only through one who has had tbe training necessary to propsrly under stand the growth of intellect. Parents, tbe teachers need your sympathy and aid in tbe same degree and like man ner as do your ministers of tbe Gospel. See tbat you have good teachers pay them well, up hold them, and you will see in ths future a marked difference in our schools. Our education began with tbe "Fall of Man." The means used were varied, according to ths dif ferent states and requirements of the people to whom those means were di rected. But no matter who the peo ple, tbe educator was always tbe same, yesterday and today. Education must be a leading process ! It .means that man, when educated, is led forth from dsrkneßS to light from barbarism aud savagery to civilization and gentle ness, from rudeness to culture, and from a state of nature to one of grace. Gentleness is the characteristic of our great Educator. By education we do not mean merely mental culture. Without moral stamina wroughtout to a delicate sense of bonor to guide it, mental education is but as a crow bar iv tbe hands of a thief. It gives to a man depraved iv morals a powerful lever by which he can remove obsta cles to his rascality. There must be tne restraining influence of moral ed ucation, if mental education is to reaacb the desired cud and the highest use to which it can be put. Wssre being educated ! Yes, we ars being led, tenderly led out of a state of mis ery and sin to one of joy and bliss,and this, oh, man, be you sver so wise, is the true cud and aim of all education, for life is but ths season in which we learn to die. South liiVHK. "# I had a dream—a day dream—and in this dream I fouud myself teaching a country school. The school house was iv the center of large grounds, sur rounded by au iron fence. In these grounds stood several noble trees and much beautiful shrubbery. Flowers of many kinds gave up their fragrance to tbe breezes, aud the sinning of birds among the trees gave an added charm. Ample play grounds wers seen sup plied with all appliinces necessary for outdoor games and sports. The school house itself was large aud beautiful, inside were seen an elegant case tilled with shoice books, a beautiful clock hung ou the wall, beautiful pictures adorned tbe room, aud growing plants were to be seen in pleasaut nooks. The children themselves seemed in perfect accord with their surroundings, and their work seemed but a continuation of their play. The birds, the trses.the flowers and the children made a pic ture tbat made the teacher's heart glad.—Selected. Many text books adapted to city and graded schools, are not suitable Vor country schools. Many country schools have ho libraries and there is no li brary in the home. The teacher Is overworked, often not well prepared, and so the pupil must depend upon bis text books for facts as well ss for ex ercises to be prepared or worked out. The book that does not contain many facts and the discussion of the funda mental principles is uot adapted to the country school. The pupil in these schools is of ten the "man of one book." His knowledge, so far as books are eoneerned, begins and cuds with the one series of books. Let these books be rich in subject-matter, and the pupil will get along reasonably well, although he does not receive much at tention from the teacher.—O.T.Carson A 6uaranteed Cure for Piles. Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to re ■ fund money if Pazo Ointment faile to cure in 6to 14 days. 60c. A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs. Alexander, of Cary, Me., who has found Dr. King's New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach, Liver and Bowels in perfect order. You'll agree with her if yon try these painless puri fiers that infuse new life. Guaranteed by B. F. Hughes, druggist. Price 2oc, MANY JAMEBTOWNS Special Invitation Extended Their Citi zens to be Present on Jamestown Day. Norfolk. Va.. April 17.—0n the 13tb day of May, 190", on the waters of Hampton Roads and on its shores in Norfolk county, th« three hundredth anniversary of the first permanent set tlement of English-speaking people in America will be memorialized by the Jamestown Exposition. This date will be Jamestown Day. There were Spanish settlers in Amer ica before Jamestown, and the French had established some villages along the Canadian coast, but the palisades on Powhatan's River which were named after tbe reigning monarch of England formed the first village in the western world where English was spoksn. Ths descendants of tbe original set tlers are scattered throughout the Uni ted States. Recently when tbe Daughters of tbe American Revolution visited James town Island, it was found tbat not less than fifteen visiting members of the society traced their ancestry directly to some inhabitant of Jamestown. Tbe Exposition management have discovered many Jamestowns and have invited them to participate in the celebration on the 13th day of May. Recently it bas been suggested tbat inhabitants of other Jamestowns and descendants of past inhabitants should be included in the general invitation, and, ramifying this thought, take in tbe people of all tbe cities named after James the First. The Postal Guide of the United States gives Jamestown in tbe following States: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia. Illinois, Indiana, lowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Penn sylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Wisconsin, besides Virginia's settle ment. Three of these Jamestowns are coun ty seats; one the capital of Russell county, Kentucky; another of Stuts man county. North Dakota; and tbe third of Fentresss county. Tennessee. Jamestown, New York, is the largest of the coterie twith a population of about 23,000; Virginia is the smallest, having only ten inhabitants. There are seven postofhees called James, three Jamesburgs, one James City, one James Creek, one James Is land, two Jamesports, one James River, one James' Store, five Jamesvilles. Both of the Jamesports are fairly sizeable places and.three of the James villes have money order stations and are places of considerable consequence. Twenty-live States have within their borders one or more towns named af ter James tbe First, who, if he could return to earth, would probably per petrate some wonderful epigram on the subject, siuce while living be was known as "tbe wisest fool in Christen dom. 1- CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of fi&CC&e&C ■s The Moon Inhabited. Science has proven tbat the moon h'ls an atmosphere, which makes life in seme form possible on that satellite: but not for human beings, who have a bard enough time on this earth, of ours; especially those who dou't kuow that Electric Bitters curs Headache. Bii ilousness. Malaria, Chills and Fever Jaundice, Dyspepsia Dizziness, Torpid Liver, Kidney complaints. General Debility and Female weakness. Un equalled as a general Tonic and Ap petizer for weak persons and especially for tbe aged. It induces sound sleep. Fully gauranteed by B. F. Hughes Druggist Price only oOc. THK WORST. "Doctor, 1 beg of you do not ke«p me in suspense. Tell me tbe worst.'' "All right, old fellow, your mother in-law will be as well as ever in a week or two."—Houston Post. .—. «*. • .»♦ —■ jfffl l ¥!WjTflfc \ fragTant treno dcs- troving dentifice. If a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk. Milk is Na ture's emulsion —butter put in shape for diges tion. Cod liver oil is ex tremely nourishing, but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it. Scott's Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could. That makes Scott's Emulsion the most strengthening, I nourishing food - medi cine in the world. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists 409-41 5 Pearl Street New York 50c. and $1.00. All druggists PUTNAM'S ONE-PRICE MUSIC STORE. Don't Be Carried Away by extravagant, misleading advertising. Remember, It is NOT tbe discount you get, but the amount you actnally pay that determines the value of your purchase. You Can Buy Pianos from the regular Staunton merchants as low as anywhere in the Uni ted State. If you can do as well at home why not buy from your home ; folks who trade with you ■ We Can Sell Good pianos thoroughly endorsed and backed by ample capital from I $160 upwards. We carry seven different makes from which to select, i THE WORLD FAMOUS CHIOKERING as onr leader. 96 per month upwards- Old instruments taken in exchange. Call on Us before buying. No interest charged on time sales. W. W. Putnam (Q. Co., 103 'West Main St.. j& Staunton, Va., p^ART7V\AIN'§ -BIG AUCTION SALE! Consisting of Entire Stock of HORSES, ROLLING STOCK, HARNESS, Etc. Valued at $15,000. Sale positive and without reserve. APRIL 24, 1906, Big Barn for R^nt W. T. HARTMAN. FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Choice Red Clover Seed, Choice sapling Clover Seed, Choice Timothy Seed, Choice Kentucky Blue Grass Seed. Choice Redtop Seed, Choice Altalfa Seed, Choice Orchard Grass Seed," Petrick's Animal Bone Trucker, Champion Corn Grower, Coon Braud Guano, Special Oat Fertilizer, Choice ltecleaned Western White Seed Oats, Black and Wbippoorwill Cow I'eas. Jas. H. Blackley, Greenville Avenue, Staunton. Va. mar IU 6t FOR SALE. |107 ACRES in Augusta county. 75 in good state of cultivation, bal in (rood farm tim ber, 45 iv wheat, and 17 in meadow pasture. Thisplaeeisi mile from depot, churches, postofflee, stores, and graded school, and Rood home market. A continuous demand for hauling and team work at good prices. QUALITY of land, a good sandy loam, while clay bottom. All fences in good repair, mostly new wire. Land is mostly level; machi nery can be run on every acre. (IMPROVEMENTS— A good6-room dwell ing, Dew bank barn, and ail necesea | ry outbuildings [mostly new]. It is watered by 2 never failing springs I of freestone water: well at door. Price $3,000. Terms Reasonable. 164 ACRES adjoining the above place; about 40 of which is cleared and under culti vation. Some good saw timber, and a large number of extra fine tele, phone polps. pile timber and Ry. ties It is well adapted to grazing and fruit; woods enclosed in wire tenee; water power, and good indications of Manganese, IMPROVEMENTS— Good 5-room dwell ing and barn. Chestnut wood sells for $2.10 per cord f. o. b. cars at de pot. Present owuer says the pur chase price can be made out of the timber land. Albemarle pippins do ■well on this land. Price $2,000. Terms Reasonable. Owners have good reasons for sell ing. For further particulars see or write Rives W. rienefee & U>., Real Estate Brokers. |Room \5 First floor, Echols Btd'g. \ Staunton, Va. / WFbone 744. DM tlie New later The KAYSBR LITHIA SPRINGS WATER, THS CLIMAX of Mineral Waters. $1.00 a month Invested in these waters will bringyoa MORE RELIEF from RHEU MATIS, GOUT, DIABETIB, NERVOUS NESS. INSOMNIA, INDIGESTION, TOR PID LIVER, all STOMACH TROUBLES U-ie Acid in the blood, all KIDNEY TROUBLES, BICK HEADACHES, 4c., than any investment yon could make. Good health cannot be estimated In dol lars and cents. f&~ Delivered fresh every day. Your order will have prompt attention. J. J. SHIRKEY, Mgr., Phonei7Bß. Central Aye. ssjttf HARDY'S CARRIAGE FACTORY. ttsT In stock a large line of pleasure vehicles—Buggies, Carriages, Pbaß tons Traps,etc.. and all up-to-date. OT A very handsome double seated Surry, in bird's eye maple, and finished in maroon leater. Stylish Traps, single or double seated, also the reversible trap—very popular. ST Up-to-date Runabouts, finished in gray whip cord clotb. A Complete Line—Be Sure You See Them. L C. HARDY. Proprietor. Factory East Main St., Staunton, Va.