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AND VINDICATOR Friday, May 18,1906. LOCAL DEPARTMENT Personals. Mr. anil Mrs. A. Erskine Miller have reached borne from tbeT bridal tour. Mrs. J. A. llunman baa returned from Waynesboro. Mr. John H. lloge has returned from a visit to Danville. Mi. .1 M. Kelley of Sioux City, lowa, Its visiting Mrs. J. M. Hardy. Mr. A. G. Fifer went to Gold Sul phur Springs this week on business. Miss Florence Drake of the couuty, left yesterday to spend several mouths with relatives aud friends in Mis-ouri. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller of Toledo, Ohio, have been visitiug Mr. Miller's father, Mr. C. Miller. Mr. Marshall A. Sbuff and little son, of Pulaski, are here visitiug Mr. Shuii"s mother. Mrs. W. J. Nelson of Harrisonburg, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. It. Nelson. Miss Elna Hunter of near West View, bas been spending several days with relatives near (Jhurchville. Mr. P. M. Livick of Spitler, who bas been quite unwell for some months, is able to be out again. Key. W. A. Black will preach at Buffalo Hap Sunday, 11 iv I^oth, at 11 a. in. Mr. M. Kivligban attended tbe Vir ginia Millers Association in Wasbing lou this week. Mrs. John Luptou has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in (Jbar- A retail liquor license was granted Mr. W. H. Garman for the new Hotel Miss Ma/.ie Dore has returned from a three weeks visit to relatives in Washington. Miss Li/./.ie Paris bas returned from Elktou. where she visited ber sister, Mrs. J. T. Heard. Mr. Hugh H. Kerr has returned from South Boston, where he went ou busi- Miss_Naunie Trimble hasretunred to her home near West View, after visit ing her sister, Mrs. Gropp, at Swoope. Mrs. W. W. King was in front Royal last week attending the tinal debate at Raudolpb-Macon Academy, in wbicb her sou, Mr. E. Bayly King, took pari. Mr. F. L. Sublett,commission mer chant ot Harrisonburg, was in the city and county this week looking af ter his business interests. Mrs. Watson P. Gooch and son have returned to Roanoke, after spending some time with her mother, Mrt. A. M. Mr. John W. Lee, au aged citizen of tbe New Hope ueighborhood, is criti cally ill, witb small hopes of his re covery, lie is over S6 years of age. Rev. Dr. A. M. Frazier and Mr. Samuel F. Pilson are attending tbe meetiug of tbe Southern Presbyterian Geueral Assembly at Greenville, S. G. Dr. W. Baldwin Wayt of New Voik, Is in the city, having been called here by the illness of his mother, Mrs. New- Mr. Geo. W. Blackley has resigned from the city electoral board, and Mr. W. H. Timberlake has beeu appointed to succeed linn. Mrs. J. F. Templeton and Miss Mary Osburue Templeton of Waynesboro, have been visiting iv Washington aid New York. The many friends of Mr. Edward Shea will be sorry to learu that be bas had to return to tbe hospital to under go another operation. Mr. Geo. W. Robey, a well known citizen of Btiena Vista, died there ou Sunday. He is survived by his wife aud oue child. Mr. Gharles M. East has returned from New York, where be spent some time with bis brother, Mr. John P. Mr. W. T. McGue, wbo has been spending several months at Beaumont, Texas, bas returned home. His mutt er, who is still there has greatly im proved in health. The mail boxes at the depot bave been placed in position. Tbat for the trains going east is near the telegraph otlice, and tbat for western mail near the baggage room. Mr. L. N. Silling was operated on Tuesday at the King's Daughters'hos pital, by Dr. Stuart McGuire of Ricb moud, and the operation is thought to he entirely satisfactory. Mr. H. 11. Slaven of Meadow Dale, Highland county, passed through here Friday with his daughter, Miss Mary, wbo was ou her way to Richmond to he operated on for appendicitis. Mrs. Mary Coyner, aged about eighty years, died in Roanoke ou tbe 4th inst. at tbe home of her daughter, Mrs. Fultz. Deceased was a native of this Dr. D. A. Burner passed through the city this week for Bridgewater. After attending the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, be visited Newport News, Hampton aud Phoebus. Mrs. W. W. Mauley of Lynchburg, is the guest of her parents, Capt. and Mrs. James A. Shuey. Having been called here by the serious illness of ber brother, Mr. Fred Shuey. The ladies of Lock Willow Presby terian congregasion of Churcuville wid give a delightful entertaiumeut follow ed by a supper at the church on the night of May 31st. Miss Elsie Hamil ton and a male quartet composed of Messrs. Euritt, Shirkey, Bear and 1111 use in this city on Tuesday. Rev. I Dr. W. N. Scott performing the cere- Tbe Coodsou Gazette says that Mrs. K. R. N. Stout has tendered her res ignation as teacher at tbe Vlrgiuia School for the Deaf aud the Blind, to take effect at the close of the present session. Alleghany Sentinel: Mr. .lames Fal lon, of Staunton, was heie yesterdayi ou business. Mr. Fallon will shortly | open up a first class photograuh gal- J lery here. He has au up to date gallery I" luutou and is considered one of est photographers iv the State. A. Filmore Robsou died on Tues t his borne in Bridgewatar of inptiou, aged about 53 years. He a prominent business man and ' esteemed. His funeral which jlace yesterday, was largely at d. . Ellen Surlier has gone to South ma to be witb her daughter, Miss iret, who is very ill with appeu i. Another daughter, Miss Bes ill with typhoid fever at the s Daughters Hospital, but is 'bat better. . Dr. O. E. Gregary of tbis city, who has held the position of secretary «tue Southern Baptist Association 2-'> years, was re-elected last week at attanooga, and at the same time was presented by bis collegues with a cost ly gold medal studded with jewels, as a token of appreciation. The faculty of the Medical College of Virginia at tbeir meeting last week made announcements of graduates in medicine, among them were tbe fol lowing: George S. Fultz of Mt. Solon aud Johu D. Miller of Bridgewater. In dentistry Carroll Waddell Kerr of New Dope, was among the graduates. Harry O. Nelson, of Stokesville, was brought to tbe King's Daughters llos listI ist week with a broken leg caused ng caught under a tailing tree, broke the leg in two or three i. It was at first thought the mid have to be amputated, but j iw believed it can be saved. At counts he was doing nicely. W. H. Yeakley, who left here I years ago for Davis, W. Va., •ated in Harrisonburg, where he will practice his profession. He mar ried a Miss Riuson, daughter of Capt. l'lios. D. Ranson, both of whom are very popular here. The Harrisonburg Times says: Tbey bave looked at sev eral pieces of property with a view of [ I ing a home. Harrisonburg is oi lunate that Dr. aud Mrs. ' bave decided to become reai this place. janl of the Virginia Female c at its meeting last week [lev. R. C. Jett aud Mr. Jos. S, as members to succeed Maj. deraud Mr. R. P. Bell. They also passed a resolution recommending Ihe uame of tbe corporation and hool be changed from the Vir- Female Institute to Stuart Hall, reciation of what was done for bool by Mrs. General J. E. B. t, who was tbe principal for many years. Mr. Marcbaut was ap pointed to bring tbe matter before tbe diocese of Virginia, and Mr. Robei tsou before the diocese of Southern Vir ginia. Mrs. C. M. Goodman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Lewis, left last week for Birmingham, Ala., where Mr. Goodman has located being superin tendent of tbe Standard Portland Cement Co., a plant just being estab lished at Leeds uear tbat city. Mr. F. 11. Lewis followed a few days later and will be joined soon by the other ineui lifI if his family. Mr. Lewis is inau of tbe Company and has also rhoeen a member of its board of tors. Mr. Lewie and tbe members household have made many warm ils iv tbis city aud county, who y regret tbeir departure. I Circuit Court. ) Kuebusb, Kinney M.Andrews, toutauiyer, G. F. Perry and H. idell were appointed trustees let Li. B church near Mt. Solou. sill of Mrs. Phebe L. Ruebush Bitted to probate. Downey was tried for cutting dent to kill Mrs. Fridlev aud uott,and was sentenced lo thirty jail aud a tine of $50. motiou to set aside tbe verdict case of Buchauan vs. City ot ou, in which the plaintiff lost, erruled. trial of Rosa Heusley and Thoui rer, charged with causing the I jf an iufaut, was continued tol elm. Meeting of Electoral Board. Ke electoral board for Augusta ty, Vs., will meet at the couit t Saturday, May in, IMS, at 11 :k lot the purpose of appointing judges ot eiectiou tor the various pre ciucts iv the couuty, for tbe eusuing kil. E. Gay. . ThoMjPSOK. Chairman. Secretary. « m . Carl Schurz Dead. 11l Scburz, the veteran editor aud icist, died in New York on Mon- Two hours after midnight he :,.„uib unconscious, and did uot re vive, passing away as though falling asleep. All of bis family were witb him. Tbe funeral was held yesterday. Would Not Sign Contract. yuite a commotion was created at the Western State Hospital Monday over the fact that the employes, both male aud female, bad beeu requested to sign a contract tbat they would uot stop work without giving ten days no tice of their intention, aud also agree ing while employed to discharge tbeir duties as required by the authorities aud to give bond in the sum of $25 to faithfully perform tho duties in the signed contract. It is said that twen ty-five of the employes refused to sign the contract and resigned their posi lions. Since then many applications have been received for the vacant po sitions and the Superintendent is satis fied with tbe condition of affairs. The rules mentioned were promulgated by tbe general hospital board. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. The primary held Saturday to nom inate a Democratic ticket to be votid for iv June passed oIT quietly, aud a fair vote was polled. The followii g gentlemen were the successful ciindi- I'irst Ward—Board ot Aldermen— P. Tarns, John T. Harman, J. M. ittsandG W. Fretwell. Council, iilius L. Wit/.,. I. A. Fauver, John I •by, Jos. W. Blackburn, Jos. S. iiiy, S P Silling and IS. F. l'art econd Ward—Board of Aldermen— L. Lang, W. it. Katile, R. L. Strat ton and W. O. Syduor. Council—W. C. Marshall, Herbert J. Taylor, Win. Lanier, Win. Patrick, Peyton Coch ran, John A. Gleuu and 11. 0. Brax- The following is the vote each can didate received : KOIt BOARD OK AT.IIKIOIKN First Ward-G. W. Fretwell, 120; J M. Spotts, ISO; John T. Harmau, 135; A. F. Robertson, 80; W. P. Tains, 134. Second Ward—Thus. 11. Humphries, 77; W. H. Kable, 118; H. L. Lang, 1117: R. E. R. Nelson, 10!); R. L. Strattou, 141; W. O. Syduor, 100; J. R. Taylor, IFOR COMMON COUNCIL, irst Ward—Jos. W. Blackburn, !I4; larry Bryan, 80; John Crosby, 113; S. Deuny, 107; J. A. Fauver, 113; i. T. Marr, t>4; B. L. Partlow, 91: r. Ptifferliug, (»0; S. P. Silling, 89; rge Weston. 88; Julius L. Wits, 115. Second Ward—H, C. Braxton, 110; I ton Cochran, 128; Jobu A. Glenn, R. D. Haislip, S3; C. T. Ilam d, 83; John F. Laudes, ill'; Wm. ler, 115; J. S. Lee, 18; W. C. Mar- I 102; Wm. Patrick, 123; J. S. Sen .ugh, 32; J. W. Sheets. 21; J. P. sckbise, TO; J. W. Spritler. !)3; J. 'empletou, 55: Herbert J. Taylor, J. A. Webn, BS. Celebrated Fiftieth Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Layman cele brated tbe 50th anniversary of their wedded life at tbeir hospitable home near Madrid recently. The occasion! was oue of great interest and pleasure: and was not a little contributed to by the presence of all tbe children audj grand-childreu of the popular cele brants. Amoug those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel llahni, sou and daughter, Miss Sadie aud Mr. Maury Hahm, of Crimora; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davis and sou, Wm. Davis, of Mint Spring; Dr. Davis, of Stauutou; Mrs. L. D. Ogden, of Luray. W. D. Lay -8 wife and daughters, Misses Auua, c, Lille, Kathleue and Margaret: Layman, wife, son aud daughter, Ruth Layman, and Mr. Cecil jau; J. H. Layman, wife and sons, Messrs. Russel, F'rauk, Hallor and Clawrence Layman; L. K. Layman, wife and sons, Messrs. East and Freed Layman; Mrs. .1, 1). Layimu and daughter, Mrs. L. C. Palmertou. it Pullman, Wash. Stilflett—Engleman. A quiet wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fu gleman near Churcbville, on the 10th iust., wbeu tbeir eldest daughter, Lil lian Irene, became the bride of Mr. W. E. Shitlett. The ceremony was per formed by the bride's pastor, Rev. W. W. J. Ritchie, of tbe Lutheran church of Cburchville, and the attendants were Misses Laura Lucas and Iva En I ian, and Messrs. D. Lucas aud rice Engleman, all cousins of the i. The caudle-bearers were two girls, Clara Fugleman and Alma Lett. The bride was tastefully led in white brilliautine and car lillles of the valley. Many beauti ud useful presents were received. youug couple expect, to made tbeir boiue in this city, where the groom is engaged iv business. t Attention. Cavalry Boys I lave been requested to urge all of Co. E, First Va. Cavalry, to id the unveiling exercises at Way oro, Thursday inoruiug, May 24, be ready mounted to attend the reunion of Co. E veterans iv the af ternoon. Company E was mustered into ser vice at Waynesboro April I°, 1861. The survivors will line up on the iden tical ground of 45 years ago, from which they started for bloody service in the civil war. lit behooves us as sous to fall iv line th our fathers to recruit the mis ig ranks on this historic ground, c invite all sous of Cavalry Veterans and all others wbo may care to join us, to be ready mounted in tbe after noon of May 24th, Waynesboro. W. L. Kkur. Like a Clock. At tbe closing of the Beverly Mauor School Monday, Mr. John W. Todd, had the pleasure of delivering to Miss Vivian i.ohr, daughter of Mr. Thomas Lohr, a gold medal, iv honor of her being present every school day for the last teu years. Tbe medal, a beautiful and costly one and bad engraved on it, "Vivian Lohr, from Beverly Manoi School Board" on oue side, aud on the other, "Present every day for ten Ks." Miss Ljhr lives two miles i the school-house. Local Notes of Interest, lis is good weatber for the consid eration of ice advertisements and the many comforts that ice brings. In an other column Messrs. Gleun & Craw ford announce their claims ou public patronage. Tbey promise full weight Ice, clear as crystal and made from pure spring water —witb prices below Returns from the Tennessee primary show tbat ex-Gov. Robert L. Tay'or has defeated Senator Edward W. Cur mack for U. S. Seuator, by about i'.WU majority. Tbe great national meeting of the German Baptist Brethren church will be held tbis year at SptingUeld, 111., from June Ist to 7th. inclusive. -•■•- * —• 1— Va. School for the Deaf and tho Blind. Tbe aunuil concert of the Blind de partment of tbe Virginia School for the Deaf and tbe Blind will take place Tuesday evening, June 12th, and the commencement exercises of both the Blind and Deaf Departments will be held Wednesday morning,.] uue 13 at 10 o'clock. The chi iren will leave for] home Thursday nr orning. M. b. S. Closing Exercises. Thesixty first annual commenci me t of the Mary Baldwin Seminary willbt held as follows: Graduates'recital, May 25th at 8 p. Art Exhibition, May 26th, from 2 to 5:30 and from 7 to 10 p. m. Baccalaureate sermon May 27th by Key. Russell Cecil, 1). I), of Richmond. (Concert Monday, May 2Stb.at 3 p.ui. Commencement exercises and award iugof honors: address to the graduates by llou. Don P. Halsey of Lynchburg, Tuesday, May 2!ith at 10 a in. iv the Seminary chapel. The graduates areas follows: Misses Mary Huston Turk of Virgin ia; Margaret May Weafherly of South Carolina: Agnes MoClung West of Vir ginia, and Josephine Underwood Woods Iv the academic department tbe graduates are Misses Mary Kay Green of Texas; Nancy Van Saut Griilith of Kentucky; Mary Louise Leckey of Virginia; Winifred Morris of Delaware; Josephine Baxter Timberlake of Vir ginia; Mary Ella Warwick of Virginia. In instrumental music, Misses Rosa Lee Dudley and Marie Augusta Ham mood of Virginia. In art, Misses Emily Vance Pancake of Virginia, and Florence Miriam Pealer of Minnesota. In elocution. Miss Josephine Baxter Timberlake of Virginia. Meeting of School Board. There was a largely attended meet ing of the county school board Satur day at the ofiiee of Superintendent Feale. The Superiutendent stated tbe meeting was called to consider a re quest for an. appropriation for tbe school of methods aud matters relating to the next school session. Tbe board after a full discussion appropriated $100 for tbe object named. It was agreed that the salaries of teachers should remain as last year. Tbis, however, will not apply to high schools, wbicb are to be arrauged by tbe district boards. In the matter of high schools, it de veloped that.'so many applications were being made for a portion of the 150,000 to be given to such Bcbools that there would uot be, perhaps, more than one such school helped iv any oue county. The following trustees, being the chair man of the several district boards, were appointed to make recommenda tion of tirst and second choice for the one named for Augusta: S. C. Brown, Sam'l Forrer, N. L. Shreckhise, W. F. Koiner, J. D. Lilley, J. W. Montgomery, T. D. Coiner. This committee will meet in Stauuton ou June oth. The following levies were recom mended to the board of supervisors: Beverly Manor and South River 10 cents each: Middle River 12*; River beads, North River, and Pastures 15 cents each. The appointment of teachers for the several districts will be made on the dates named: j Iy Manor, July 11. j es, August 4. River, August <i. River, August 7. cads, August 'J. River, August 10. ools other thau high schools' ober Sth. Long Glade Notes. :va Hamilton, who has been _ at Mr. Glenn Ruckman's. has returned to ber home in Middlebrook. Mrs. Lawson Harper, (uee Roberta Christian), and Miss Rebecca Chris tian have returned home after spend ing a week with their sister, Mrs. Charles Van Lear of Staunton. Mr. (ilenu Ruckmau has gone to Highland this week on business. Mr. John Bell and sou, Fred, were in your town Monday. Charles R. Christian lias opened a livery stable iv Stauuton, Mr. Smith's old stand, and will be glad to see his old friends. Miss Annie Ervin spent last Satur day aud Sunday with her aunt. Mis. Templeton of Churchville. Mr. Charles Christian and sister, Emma, attended the funeral of Mr. Arch Christian at Bethel eburcb. last Mis. Lizzie Ruckmau, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Berlin, of Bridgewater, has returned to Mrs. Glenn Ruckman's. Miss Nicholas of Port Republic, who bas been visiting her brother, return ed home accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas aud Miss Edna Baxter ef Little Gilford Dudley was quite complaining. 0. M. Kyle on Trial. Wednesday in the corporation court the case of the Commonwealth vs. D. M. Kyle charged with the killing of Wm. L. Ryan last mouth, was taken up. Most of the day was spent in se curing a jury, but about four o'clock the last man was secured, and the jinny trying tbe case is composed of tbe fol lowing gentlemen—Messis. John K. Opie, Jr., W. H. Whitesell, M. Crogh an, J. E. Hanger, C. C. Dull, John Sullivan, W. S. Kniseley, N. H. An derson, T. X Woodbouse, J. C. Schef fer, P E. Powell and E. M. Parker. Yesterday tbe Commonwealth was ex amining its witnesses, and today tbe defense will put its witnesses on the stautl. Mr. Kyle is represented by R. •i. Ker and Cbas. Curry, and the Com man wealth by Carter Braxton. To a Smart Property-Owner. Painting is practical work. Skill wins. It's the same witb paint inak- You kuow 4 gallons L. & M. mixed witb 3 gallons Linseed Oil makes enough paint for a moderate Bized house —tbe best paiut money can buy— because the L, A M. Zinc hardens the L. A M. Whit Lead aud makes the L. A; M. Paint wear like iron. Buy L. A M. and don't pay $1.50 a gallon for Linseed Oil, as you do in ready-for-use paint, but buy oil fresh from the barrel at 00 cents, and mix witb tbe L. A M. Actual cost L. ft M. about $1.20 per Sold by C. H. Cohron, Stuart's Draft, Va., J. B. Roden, Waynesboro, Va., Augusta Milling A Mercantile I __ , i-i. Like Getting Money From Home! A famous cook once began a recipe for making rabbit pot- I pie as follows: "First catch the rabbit." The way to make good pictures is first get the "Kodak" and be sure to get "EASTMAN FILM" and the rest is like getting fe. money from home. We carry a full line of Eastman goods. Tbe famous ■ Folding Pocket Kodaks in all the sizes. $0 to $3-5. Brownies, $1 to $0. The Eastman non-curling film and all supplies for picture making. H. L. LANG, MASONIC TEMPLE. R Beverley Commercial House, mor that the new Beverley Ho ~=. ~..ich has just been built by the j Messrs. Bowman Bros, would be run for gentlemen only was strenuously denied by Mr. W. H. Garman, the landlord yesterday. Mr. Garman stated tbat the hotel would be run as a com mercial house and would accommodate both ladies and gentlemen, may 4 3t A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, when it completely cured a run ning sore on her leg, which had tor tured her 23 long years. Greatest an tiseptic healer of piles, wounds, and sores. 25c at B. F. Hughes, drug store. | EDUCATIONAL. UNIVERSITY g VIRGINIA Head of State Fublle School System. Letlers.Science.Lavy, Medicine. Engineering, $10 Covers all Costs to Virginia students of fees and tuition In either of the academic departments; lowest charges in the South. Next session begins September 13. Send for catalogue. Howard Wi.nstox, Registrar, may 18 2m Charlottesville, Va. COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY, WILLIAMSBURG, VA. Two hundred and thirteenth session be gins September 20th, 1906. Two Courses: (1) Collegiate Course leading to the de grees of B. A. and M. A. (2) Normal Course; tuition free and board at reduced rates. Buildings renovated and newly equipped, lighted with electricity and supplied with pure artesian water. Send for catalogue, LYON G. TYLER, M. A., LL. D. may 18 2m President. ■ ——PMMWHWP——————W— » For Sale Several Good Bargains in Al bemarle Farms. The Piedmont Real Estate & Loan Co.. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Write for catalogue. W. H. WOLFE, Gen. Mg'r. may 18 3m ICE!! ICE!! Full 'Weight and Clear as Crystal From Pure Spring Water. Our service is satisfactory, our ice is up to the highest standard of excellence, and our price be- GLENN & CRAWFORD PHONE 627 HOW ABOUT YOUR MONtY ? I Is it earning as much for you as it should V If not, you should invest it in Real Estate. PWe have some good bar gains in City aud County properties, and it will pay you to investigate. R.W. Menefee&Go.. Real Estate Brokers. Room 5 First Floor, Echols Bld'g. Staunton, Va. 57>e Buggy with the "Happythought" spriug is the acme in car riage building. Consult, us before buying your Surry or Carriage Our prices will speak forci bly as well as the goods. Blue Ribbon and Cortland makes also. J. A. Kennedy, SUCCKSSOB TO KENNEDY & CRAWFORD. THE PRESIDENT A "QUITTER.' Senators Bailey and Tillman Ruthlessly Bring Him to Book About top Rate Bill. It is seldom that the Chief Magis trate of the nation has been brought to book so ruthlessly as was Piesident Roosevelt Saturday, when Senators I ley and Tillina'n denounced him M iuitter" on tbe rate bill, and then ight proof of their assertions. Sen s Bailey unil Tillman proved tbat lident Roosevelt had entered into cret deal with Senator Tillman to i tbe rate bill with the Bailey lited court review amendment" combination of SB Democrats and epubiican votes, Ex-Senator W. 'handler, of New Hampshire, was go-between for Senator Tillman President Roosevelt, as the Seua •efused to go to the White House. Dtigh Mr. Chandler the deal was le, aud both sides were pledged to it. At the moment when success was lilutely assured, President Koose abaudoned tbe fight. The result that the Allison compromise court ew amendment was adopted Sat urday, without division, to the great joy of Senator Aldrich, and the whole conservative contingent. In Mr. Tillman's exposure of his ne gotiations with the President be inci dentally quoted ex Senator Cnandler as saying that the President had charged Senators Knox, Foraker and Spooner with trying to ruin the rate bill with ingenious amendments. Sen ator Lodge, alarmed by this revela tion, used the telephone to ask the President about it. Then he announc ed on the floor that the President de nounced it as "unqualifiedly false." The issue as to the falsehood now lies Keen the President and ex Senator idler. It is notable that the President made no denial of the charge that he had entered into a secret deal with Mr. Tillman and had then quit without notice to Mr. Tillman or to Attorney General Moody, who was also iv the deal. The attacks of Messrs. Bailey , and Tillman upon the President were evidently concerted. Mr. Bailey was the tirst to deliver his broadside, and Bercilesslv flayed Mr. Roosevelt as itter on tariff revision and on great questions that have come ntil finally he bas quiton the rate bill at a time when he bad an opportu nity to mount to the plane of Jefferson, Jackson and Lincoln. His closing words were the most sensational tbat have been uttered in the Senate in many a day. He said: "Let us have no more talk in the Senate and talk in the couutry about tbis iron man. lie is clay and very common clay at that." There was a movement of as tonishment on the iloor and in the gal leries at these words, but later when Senator Tillman read bis detailed rev elation of executive instability, if not double-dealing, and its buinilating result, it was plain that tbe Texas Senator had not gone further than the facts warranted. Mr. Tillman "Notwithstanding a just indignation for a past wrong, I pocketed my pride, and in the interests of a great cause entered into negotiations with tbe President. If he had stood fast we Mi have won out. * * Mr. dler said tbe President had stated that he had come to a complete dis agreement with the senatorial lawyers, who were trying to injure or defeat tbe bill by ingenious constitutional methods, naming Senator Knox in ad fi to Senators Spooner and Fora * • As for his treatment of shall say nothing." closed by asking whether or not the President should be entitled to the glory of tbe legislation which was con ceived in a Democratic convention. He would leave the answer to tbe pro pie of the country. FARMERS INSTITUTE. Stale Body to Meet Again in Roanoke in July. The third annual meeting of the Vir ginia State Farmer's Institute will be held in the Casino to Roanoke ou .Inly 10, 11 and 18. The decision was reach ed at a recent conference of the sub committee appointed by the executive committee to determine on time and place for holding the next meeting. Application has been made to the rail roads for a fare and a third rate wbicb it is confidently believed will be grant ed. For tbe convenience of farmers who may not be able to speud tbe three days away from home, a request has been made to have the rates good go ing ou the Mb, 10th and 11th, and re turning ou the l")th inclusive. Assur ances have been given that a special train will be available to cany the| delegates to tbe experiment station at Blacksburg where they will bave an opportunity to inspect the various l lines of investigation in progress there and see the equipment of tbe College} of Agriculture free of cost. The last institute was highly suc cessful, mote than 500 farmers being in attendance, and the organization is in i a thriving and vigorous condition as is shown by the publication of a credita hl« renort containing more than 1">0 RThe following are the names of :ers and vice presidents: lent, .I Hoge Tjler, Radfoid: presidei t, T. O. S mdv, Burke 2nd vice-president, Jobu T. i.'owiiu's Mill: secretary. An . Soule, Blacktburg; assistant ry, J. M William*, X lanoke. \ ollowiug a r e tbe vice-presidents several congressional districts: Jeff res, Norfolk; -nd, Jos. Bry-| lie Point; 3d, Jos R. Anderson, ind:<Hh, U. K. Stacy, Amelia; otn, vi. J- R Cuerrant, Galloway; 6th, S. C- ttoggio, Rustburg; 7th, J. Q. Martin, (Jovesville; Sth, W. S. Lewis, I,eesburg;i>th, W, B. Robertson, Salt ville: 10th, Joel Flood, Appomattox. Auy farmer iv the state is eligible to ruembeisblp on tbe payment of $1.00 and every person is cordially invited to attend as the sole object of tbis or ganization is to have an annual gather ing representative of the agiicultural interests of Virgiuia at which various topics of general concern to the farmer may be discussed. Mo effect or ex pense will be spaied lo mike the pro gram superior to those of previous meetings. Announcement with itfer ence to this and other matters of in terest to farmers wbo Hesire to atteud the meeting will be made fiom time to time. Every farmer interested in bet ter methods of agriculture, insuring a i more permanent prosperity for this state, should make it a point to paste the dates in his hat and so adjust his farming operations that he will bave sufficient leisure on the dates indicat ed to attend the institute. I Andrew M. Soule, A PRETTY MATRON OWES HEALTH TO PE-RU-NA. ■^^re^MBflMM. , .v--... ...-.-■ ■■■-. -*£~,. vScP'^'-i MRS. ANNA N. KAISER, Had Suffered Severely From Pelvic Catarrh —Cannot Praise Peruna Too Highly—Read Her Letter. JYL Rivers, Wis., was a sufferer from pelvic catarrh to such an extent that she could scarcely do her own work. In describing her symptoms, she wrote: "I have such terrible backaches and pains below my 6houlder blades, way down my back and across my hips, and at times pains in the pelvic organs, so that I am not able to lie down or sleep. I also have pains through my left side and am afraid I may be getting heart trouble." After taking Peruna and following Dr. Hartman's instructions for several weeks, Mrs. Kaiser reported as follows: "I feel much stronger and do not get nervous as 1 used to. The pain is en tirely gone, except when I work a little too hard. The medicine has done me wonderful good. I am taking Peruna and Manalin. My bowels, are ahso in good condition." Revised Formula.— 'For a number of years requests have come to me from a multitude of grateful friends urging that Ie ru-na be eiven a slight laxative quality. I have been experimenting with a laxitive addition for quite a length of time, and now feel gratified to announce to the friends of Pe-ru na that I bave incorporated such a quality in the medicine which, in my optn> ion, can only enhance its well known beneficial charucter. S. B. HARTMAN, M. D." LARNER (Q. SMITH, CONTRACTORS. ! " B w"-L ">~ii[flj'Ll i» 'jSjT r*t«i'^^^^at!B£ F-, Factory near old Round House on C. & O. R. R. JOYS Do you want a horse? If you want a horse, or a bicycle, a gun, a camera, or anything else you've set your heart on, do what other boys are doing to get these things—sell THE SA TWRJDA V EVENING POST in your town on Friday afternoons and Saturdays. Maybe you think it'll take a long while to earn enough money for what you want. But that all depends on yourself. Some boys make as much as $15 a week; others make $2, $3, $5 a week. In our handsome booklet,'' Boys Who Make Money, "some of our boys tell, in then own way, how they got money for things they had long wanted, by selling THE POST. This booklet is free for the asking. We will send along with it, the complete outfit for starting in business, including ten free copies of THE POST. You sell these at 5c the copy, and that furnishes aU the money you need for buying further supplies. Besides the money you make each week, we give, among other prizes, watches, sweaters, etc. And in addition $250 in Extra Cash Prizes each month to boys who make the biggest increase in their sales. Better send us a letter to-day. THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COrtPANY.I 72SARCH ST.. PHILADELPHIA ONE TRIAL^a ENSURES THE CONTINUED USE OF Ceylon and India Tea The Purest and Most Delicious of All. Lead Packets Ouly. 30c, 40c, 50c, 00c, and 70cj?er lb. At all grocers. HIGHEST AWARD, ST. LOUIS, 1904. Good Grazing for 20 Colts OR OTHER STOCK. Terms *1 50 per month. Address, After Continuing the treatment a I short time longer, Mrs. Kaiser report* her cure, as follows: "I must drop you a line to let you know that 1 am well now and our. it with your medicine, i must thank you for the advice you gave me. "The medicine is something wonder ful. 1 cannot praise it enough for* the good it has done for me and I hopo many others will be freed from their suffering. M I have advised others who are suffer ing as I did to consult you and many are taking my advice, If ever I need medicine acain, I know that Peruna will help me " Dr. liartman's Advice. To every woman suffering from the symptoms above indicated, Dr. Hart- Office--Montgomery and Wachington Sts. t CHICHESTER'S ENGL:SH NNYROYAL P6LLS "V Original « n «i «»It Pennine. -*/\HAFK. Aittai-r-l.iiiile Lutllt.«>. 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