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ETON H WAYT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,ice in all State and Federal Courts, ral Receiver for Corporation Court y of Staunton, tuols' Building, Stauutou, Va. MBKKI.AKB, JR. K. B. B. NELSON 'WMBKRLAKE £ NELSON, Attorneys at-Law. I I ii» building, fctauutop, Va 1 LANDKB. vrlliKNKr AI LAW, STAUNTON VI . Court Houae rtiiuar*- Uf. ROBERTSON, ATTORNEY-AT LAW, 4 Lawyers' Row, Prompt alteutiou to all legal business. I ITZlillUfl ELDER. I ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms 5 and 7 Masonic Temple. Stannton, Va. HKNKY w HiiL'l, „ ATTnKNKY-AT LAW, MTAIINTOH. W A . LAWOFFICKO* . J.A.AI.KXANHFK. ATTOBNBY-AT I.A W. No.« Lawyer's now. Jaj . FKKKI , . VrTimNKV-ATUK Second floor, Masonic I .mplf. Mutual Phone HTAPNTON. Va lan« HF SCHEELrZ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Room 3, first floor, Patriok Building. Staunton. Va. J. M.4UARXBS. 5. W. H. PII.BON QUARLES & PILSON, Attorneys and Counselors AT-LAW. Law Offices In Masonic Temple, STAUNTON VA. pHARLKS M. EAST, ** Attorney A Counselor at Law. 10 Echols' Building, Staunton, - - - Virginia. ILLIAM A. PRATT. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Staunton, Va. %g~ Echols' Building. iosTa glasuow, j attorney-at-iaw. Staunton, Va. State and Federal Courts, Will attend regularly the Cirouit Court of Rockbridge oounty. 10HN B. COCHRAN, J Attorney-at-Law. 2 Barristers Row. Mutual Phone 292. HUGH H. KERR, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. PP* Office in County Court House. H HUBERT J. TAiiAJK, _ ATTORN BY AT-LAW, No. 4, Lawyers' Kow. | Com. Atty. for City of Staunton. CARTER BRAXTON, Attorney -at- Law, STAUNTON. VA. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. (Schedule in effect July, 29, 1906, subject to change without notice. Kastern time. Limited for Washillßton.New Rich mond, Old Point and Norfolk 2.119 A. M., 1(1.51) A. M., Daily. Local for Washington and Richmond, I 2.15 p. m. week days. Local for Charlottesville 7.47 P. M. Daily. J or Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, Nashville, Mem phis and West. 4.23 A. M. and Ul P. M., Dally. Express for Hinton. 6.53 P. M., week days. Express for Konceverte, 8.53 I', M. daily; Local for Clifton Forge 6,58 A. M., week days, 5.58 A. M .Sundays to (let. 1. Local for Huntington 6.58 A.M. Daily. Local to Ronceverte IZSaP. M. week days. N& W Norfolk & Western Ky. KY.'» Schedule in Effect MAT 27, 190«. LEAVE BASIC. SOUTHBOUND. 12:51 p. m.—For Bristol and Intermediate stations; Pullman and Buffet Bleep er to Knoxville; Connects at Roan oke with St. Louis Express for all Points West. Pullman Sleeper Roan oke to Columbus, Bluetield and Cin cinnati Cafe Car. 6:11 a. m.—For Roanoke, Bluefield, Poca hontas, Norton, Winston, Salem, Charlotte, Welch and intermediate stations. Pullman Sleeper to Welch. NORTHBOUND. 4:55 p. m.—For Hagerstown, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York. Pullman and Buffet Sleepers via Hagerstown for Harrisburg, Philadelphia and New York. 10:45 p. in.—For Hagerstown, Philadel phia and New York; rullman Sleep er to Philadelphia; Parlor Cars Phil adelphia and New York. Rates. Time Tables, and Information cheerfully furnished upon application to Agent N.&W.Ry. W. B. BEVILL, M.F. BRAOG, Uen. Pass. Agt. Tray. Pass. Agt. Roanoke. Va. SuuTn BITOT N. B.—Following schedule ngures published only aa information and are not guaranteed Schedule in Effect June 0, ItKHi. Leave Charlottesville aa follows; No.V. dally, 12.01 p.m. Local for Danville and way stations. No. 20, daily, MS p. m. Washington and Florida Limited. Through ceaches and sleeper to Columbia, Savannah and Jackson ville; dining car service. N0.36,dda11y,2.07p m. U.S. Fast Mall, first class coaches and drawing room sleep er to New Orleans: dining oarservlce. No. 39,da11y, 10.8K p. m. New York and Atlanta mult ma, First-class coach to Atlanta; sleeper to Columbus, Oa., Sunset Route; Tourist Sleeper from Washington to San Francisco, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 1N0.33, dally, 12.45 a. m. Nnw York and Florida Bxmsaa. Through sleepers and coaches to Columbia; savannah and Jack sonville; through sleeper to Augusta and Tampa; dining car service a la carte No. 41, daily, 1.05 a. m. New York and Memphis Limited (Via Lynchburg) first class coacli aud Sleeping-cars to Koauoke Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis. Sleeper to New Orleans. Dining car service No. 37, daily, 1.48 a. in. Washington and Southwesten, Limited; all Pullman train club and observation cars to Atlanta and observation car to Macon; sleepers to Nash ville. Atlanta, Macon, Birmingham, New Orleans; Dining car service I T/ains leave Harrisonburg for Washing ton 0:10 a in. week days, and 3:2(1 p.m. dally airive Washington 11:55 a.m. and 0:2(1 p _ real erUvely. Trains leave Washington for Harrisonburg 7:35 a.m. daily, and 4:111 p.m. week days; arrive Harrisonburg 2:: so p m ami 0:4.i p. in., respectively. Train Jeaves Strasburg 4:25 a. m. week days, arrive Washington N:loa.m , returning leave Washington »:55 p.m. week dsys. ar rive.Strasburg K:4op. __ Immediate connection In Union Oepotat Washington for and from Baltimore, Phi) ■hlaand New York I, Spencer, General Manager, . Hani wick. Pass. Traffic Mgr. 1. Tayloe, General Passenger Agent. .Brown, Ueneral Agent. Washtnrton.il. C To Cure a Cold in One Day srz^ Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, jg rvtA on ever y Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months. This Signature, DOX. 25c. Fruit Trees ! I persons who desire tbe best.'mil strawberries, raspberries, ami uthei fruit, the brat ornanitntal BblUbs r erything peitiiiiiint: tv yard garden* fhanls, should ex •■ i « my stock nothing thf t is i m st icth l etas* illy KUaml.feed IFRXIAI ORCHARDS A SPIfIAITY. 11l tlif cm lilicatt- ul thf State Kty I 'ist ns to Ilio trf-iMinin from nil di i imii Ie 111 lii tree*. My ttoek i< erowi. T. 11 no I A Co , Richmond, Va. Aililn.-s S. 11 AUN ALL. 4fi7m Waynesboro Va >: i ill .' .i Druggists Oam ■■■ m m ana whiskey habits G a\AW cureil at home with- Wr I f I IwJl fit pain. Book "f par ! I VlVl ticulars sent litll.. aßaaaeeaaaßßaaatai i. m.wooli.f.y, m.D. Atlanta, Wa, Office mi N. Pryor Street. VCall and See FRANK GRIM, STAUNTON. VA., frtlß-Graniißforts (Makqiiis ill D Stand.) signs and Specification Furnished on Application. dec 1 ta HOW ABOUT I* Ii it. earning as mucli for >ou as it should ? II not, yon should invest it in eal Estate. We have some good bar gains in City and County properties, aud it will pay you to investigate. W. Menefee & Co., Real Estate Brokers. Room 5 first Floor, Echols Bld'g, ai3untOfi, "a, CHEWERS BECOMING TIRED OF HEAVILY SWEETENED TOBACCOS CAUSED KEYN :':LDS 5 SUN CURED, IN SO SHORT 1 !ME, TO WIN FROM THE OLD BRAcJDS OF MUCH LONGER STANDING THE PLACE AS FAVORITE WITH €h£WERS OF SUN CURED TOBACCO. SOLD AT 50c. PER POUfoiD IN sc. CUTS; STRICTLY 10c. AND 15c. PLUGS, AND IS LIKE THAT YOU FORMERLY GOT, COST ING FROM 60c. TO $1.00 PER POUND AND IS THE BEST VALUE IN SUN CURED TOBACCO THAT CAN BE PRODUCED FOR CHEWERS. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C. Ww k-aWWJi lfi^T i, >" ■ IBBBBaV ■ Old Fashioned State Fair $35,000.00 IN MONEY PRIZES TO BE DISTRIBUTED Greatest Race Meet of the Year—s7,ooo.oo in Purses—Trotting Facing, Running Races and a Steeple Chase Every Day. NIGHT ATTRACTION Richmond Horse Show During Fair Week—Finest Show Horses of the Country. $10,000.00 In Cash Prizes. Greatest Live Stock Exhibit Ever Held ia the Sooth Premium List Includes Liberal Money Premiums in Every Class— Dairy Herds, Live Stock generally, Sheep and Swine, Poultry and Live Stock, Pigeons, Farm Products, Fanning Imple ments, Manufactured Articles, Pure Food Exhibit. Elaborate Art Department including Needle Work. Write for Premium List To-Day Reduced Rates on All Railroads THE VIRGINIA STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION, Inc. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA X HEALTHYJLD AGE 9FTENTHEBESTPARTOFLIFE lelp for Women Passing Through Change of Life Providence has allotted us each at oast soventy years in which to fulfill )ur mission in life, and it is generally >ur own fault if we die prematurely. ]__} Nervous exhaustion invites disease. This statement is the positive truth. When everything becomes a burden and you cannot walk a few blocks with out exoesslve fatigue, and you break out into perspiration easily, and your face flushes, and you grow excited and shaky at the least provocation, and you cannot bear to be crossed In any thing, you are in danger; your nerves have given out; you need building up at onoe I To build up woman's nerv ous system and during the period of change of life we know of no better medicine than liydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Here is an illus tration. Mrs. Mary L. Koehne, 871 Garfield Avenue, Chicago, 111., writes: " I have used Lydia E. rHnkharn'aVegetable Compound for years In my family and it never disappoints; so when I felt that I was nearing the ohange of life I commenced treat ment with it. I took in all about six bottles and it did me a great deal of good. It stopped my dizzy spells, pains in my back and the headaches with which I had suffered tor months before taking the Compound. I feel tlja. if it had not been for this great medicine for women that I should not have been alive to-day. Itis9plendidforwomen,oldoryoung, and will surely cure all female oiaordera." Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of Lydia B. Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass., in vites all slok and ailing women to write her for advice. Her great experience Is at their service, free of cost. f We promptly uluain U. S. and i'oreign / <3end model, sketch or p).otoi.l invention for \ i free report on patentability. For free i>v>k, t <HowtoSecurcTQSnX MAD I/O **»»< t J I Office \ I ESS OF INDIA INK. I y of the Product Is Kept I lina—Process of Its Manufacture, ilia ink," said the clever I t student, "has no morv- I 'j called Indian than youi I edakins have to that name ink all comes from China. I never produced a stick I my own province, is the india ink is made. The I 3 ink is kept at home, for I the royal scribes and th< j rati. It is only the lo«ei I is exported. This lowe. I i at wholesale in Anhui for n. >ry best grade india ink, leh with gold, is worth $75. --nstituents of india ink are pork fat, lampblack, glue. 1 le£.f a:-d the oil of a poi ;e, the heng, which grows c Yangste valley, he admixture of the oils, lack, the fat and the glue, .nt paste is beaten for many i steel hammers upon wood and during that long beat n quantities of musk and af are added, the musk to ink a perfume, the gold to iter, rd the ink is dried for three molds. The stocks are then the most artistic scribes em with very beautiful Chi acters. is no ink worthy to be in the same breath with ink redolent of musk and h gold." FOR THE SUMMER. ion Why Drinks Containing rbonic Acid Gas Are So Popular, ondon Lancet, discussing ing beverages," agrees re leir extensive use among all ly," it says, "there are two ir it. First of all, carbonic Ives piquancy to a beverage, ss to it and an acid taste," id, "there are reasons for be lat the effervescent proper liquid promote digestion in ; first, by the carbonic acid [ a stimulant to the move the stomach, and, second, by In the disintegration of the | )f the stomach." other hand, however, it may rable to distend the stomach mien gas, as it may lead to rrassment of action of a rt and may even poison the the direct absorption of the ie stomach. In such cases, such beverages should be It is the question, then, of loderation in use that causes lie. issary Fear of Lightning. There is something so intangible about the bolt from the clouds that the reasoning faculties of certain people seem to be suspended during thunder storms. They shrink from the mys terious power even though it may be shown that more people die from the bite of the common house cat than from lightning. Such has been the case in the past. Another reason for the «wnmon fear of lightning is our un familiarity with it. If thunder storms I every day of the year we obably lose our fears. Tuner ills more men than war and t spend the millions for fight at we do in preparing coast and erecting great navies. 3 not like to go to war be y may get killed, but they run as great in insanitary condi tions to which they give no "Good English." ussing editorially the art of food English, the New York Post asserts, what we may lieve, that the fault of most pt submitted to Its editors is ie punctuation, grammatical or improprieties. These are il vices. "The articles are .vith words, all of them cor of them superfluous;" which passage in Hoswell's "John [ took down Thomson," said "and read aloud a large por im and then asked: 'Is not ?' Shiels having expressed est admiration. 'Well, sir,' [ have omitted every other _ Fixing the Stars. is considered the most sensi most symmetrical arrange the stars in the union of the is to the bureau of equipment avy from a woman in New 'he addition of the state of a makes necessary a rear it of the stars, and instead •re will be 46. ;w York woman suggests that a row of seven stars at the another of seven at the bot he union, with four rows of h intervening. Too Good to Lose, she said, "I've been going to school for nearly six months , really, you'd be surprised if 3 tell >ou all I've learned. I • instance, go into the kitchen up a good wl.olesome meal using a bit of meat of any 1-" ig!" he wildly cried, "will you .„ • a» . p--Uomlnrj for tieorgimis. i, Ga„ O.tober 10-11, 190t>. round trip rates via South rom all points in Virginia, North mid South Carolina and Wash ington. DC; (in tps of sale Oct. 9 and 10. final limit Oct. 20, 190H, prior to mid night of which purchaser must reach original starling p< it.t Extension of final limit to Oct. HO. 19011. permissible upon deposit of tickets with Special Agent, Atlanta, and payment of fee of fifty cents per ticket. June 29 Sin A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching, Blind, llleeding, Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to re fund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure in (i to 14 davß. 50c.. SJB. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH Pennyroyal pills ■ _\?*\ Origin... ami Only Genuine. Always reliable. Ladles ask DthM f___\ Sv__\\ fur CIIICHKSTKirS KNGLISH in HEI* and (.old metallic boxes, scaled C\ ;?aOlft]j?2 »itb blue ribbon. Take no other. Refuse T~l Vvl l>un«reroua >üb.tltutlon« and linUa ■ / ft) tionn. Buy of jour Druggist, or ■■. n I 4c. ia I *•» Jj stamps for Particular*, Te*timoillal« V Tr* A* * nd "Belief for Ladle*," m tetter, by re. turn Mall. 10,000 TVst>moniaU. Sold by al) Druggists. ( b iciir.t. r Chemical Co., 2',C| Madlaon Huuare. Pill LA.. PA Where Baking jH»«% Begins Right Site' The baking of the NA ONAL BISCUIT COMPANY i/W:- --begins with right material, ai'H every step there- ' after through the whole process of baking is Xwk^^^aWM^/i^^-.iM/A right. There is not one point of quality that care, skill and modern bakeries could make better. It is perfection itself—through and through. It Ends Right when it reaches your table untouched by strange hands, untainted by odors. The quality, oven-flavor and freshness »re preserved in a dust and moisture proof package, distin- <v/// VV///r/l/i/^^e^a9**\ aSHP guished by the trade mark here shown. It always appears V/// ! l/l'/'i^^ftßfL SftsSi ' n w °i te on each end of the package and warrants BrsVSaP the P erfect condition of the conteuts. For example try packages of ////li GRAHAM CRACKERS—possessing the rich, nutty flavor of graham flour —unlike any graham crackers you tw FROTANA —a temptingly delicious union of biscuit =a|§g and fruit—the newest delicacy of the National Biscuit | THE PRIDE OE NELSON J \ STAWDS FOR j | Best and Purest of j ! WHISKIES! | a FOI. HALE 15Y j ! J. J. MURPHY. I \ HU 8 SOUTH NEW STREET. J HARNSBERGER\S Mid-Summer Money Saving Opportunities! >a«a»a»«»«>aiasai«t««a«a»a»a»»»»,»»asa™^ We offer Many Special Values in the Newest Merchandies, the result of great SPOT CASH purehaees. Such merchandise as the season demands. 1 have just purchased another large line of High Grade Clothing, I bought it right, and you will get the benefit of the low prices. I have also received one whole car-load of Furni ture—bought right —sold accordingly. Unusual Low Prices Throughout The Entire Store! Fancy Figured Silks—2sc value, fancy fancy figured Silk wonderful low price, 10c. Large Pictures—Large size fancy pic tures, on heavy card hoard, beau tiful, 8o 75c Shopping Bag 50c—Real leather hand bags, 75c value, special while they last, 50c. Percale Remnants—l yard wide rem nantß, dark colors, sale price only 5 cents. Dimities and Nonsook—White, stripe, plaid, 2 to 10 yards, sale price per yard, 4c. 42 inch Victoria Lawn—Sitin Stripe Victoria Lawn remnants of 2 to 10 yards, special 10c. Best Calico—All grades and styles. light colors, grey and black, Sfaie price sc. lOcCbambrays-Blue and Tan, nice ► tylea, good stylish patterns, only B| cents. 1 yaid wide Brown Cotton-Hood qual itv brown cr-tton. Supply yourself while you can, only sc, Bleached Cottoii-Uood quality bleach muslin. Extra good value, sale price 7Jc. Ladies' Lace nose-Fancy lace ladieß hose. See the extra value, only Be. McCall's Patterns—Oenuine McCall's patterns. Supply yourself at tbe price, only 3c. Car-Load of Furniture JUST RECEIVED. Mlllin6ry clean Up Entire Line. Harnsberger's Racket Store. 50.; HiiDjl lijg -Regular 50c Hand Bug*. Sale price while they last, ilfi cents. Heavy Cotton Crash—Heavy weight Nttsn crash, sale price a yard. only 6c. Men s Hravy Hose—Men's heavy working hose lOe valui- everywhere only while they last 7c. 10c Linen Standing Collars— Men's 10c standing linen collars, 3 ply, all sisea, 3c. Men's White Soft Shirts-New st>le, good yaliies, lit for a prince, hi c them while they last, 48c. 50c Turkey Red Damask 25c—Tuikey red damask table linen, fast col ors, extra quality, special sale pries only 25■•, 50c White Dam isk Linen We— Extra good values, bleached damask t; - ble linen, only while it lusts 25c Red aud bine Napkins— Fringed Nap kins, stood size* extra good quality sale price 48c di z. Pillow Oases—(lord qnali'y, bleached omMltl pillow rates, regular size, tain pa-ice while ou band 10.: I.onsda'u Cambric-Remnants of LeaSaWf enmbric, 2 lo 10 yards, sale price only 7Jo. Lawns. i>imities. Organdns-Rem nants ' f lawi s, dimities. Wl 8 to ••vards length, 8* "Hotel Weston" GEO. WESTON, Prop. RATES $1.00 Per Pay~ •RESTAURANT AND LADIES GAEL ' MEALS. 25c. * * BEDS. sc. "IALL WHITE HELP." S. AUGUSTA STREET, - - STAUNTON, VA. GOOD TALCUM POWDER Perfumed and extra gaud, worth much more, sale pri<-e while it lasts sc. 25«. STRAW HATS MENS sc. To make a clean sweep of summer straw hats, ail go at sc. So hurry up while tbey last. LADIES' CORSETS A large assortmen of ladies corsets, t xtra good values at 25c H. & S. and Armorside Corsets—Spec ial brands that you know, give yon some idea of the values, 50c. Men's Silk 4 in hand Ties—These ppods a<-e S'lld everywhere at '25c, save while you can, 15c. Men's Percal Collars—Think of it. Men*s percal collars, all sizes. cheaper than washing, le. Men's 3 ply White dollars— Linen col lars, wbite.t-tanding and lay dowr, big bargain, regular 15c values, sale price sc. Men's Percal Shirts—These are regu lar 50c values, sold everywhere at 50e, good styles, price while Ihey list 25c. Men's Working Shirts —A good work ing sbirt, heavy twill, susortcd colors and sizes, 251. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FB.KKNNEDr, . ATTOKNRV iru« 'il Soiitll \li; 11.-I n •*. St«>'N "f » a Sl.eoiaiatti'ntlrni ;iv»n t. n»<-tl«- * • j c imieerv nracttce JanW-tf WM. PATRICK. ARMISTEADC. GOhOCN. I*ATItI(:K A BORDOat, ATTOIiNKYS AND COIiNSKI.LUI fc. 6, 7 anil 8 i aw Puilrtipn. STAUNTO.N \ .v ep23 1 vr HAKK\ ■■ Hl.fe.ASI... • *»»»« • • < . » Ofll<w—l'atrirk it (inrm... i • M..« jan * *».•.•»»•►*« pKAXior-', XH.u i MoOOT, ATTORNEYS 'M < li ."> I' i . » Offiok:—Koome 15.15.1, Maauau len'|.i. Lan IS, '9«-tf IAMH BIiVUMIinNKR JR. ki'lm»i.p*» rttiM',4 X, t.SB BUMGARDNERS BIMjAKDIO. -iiiooe»sur-i to .1., J. L A II Hum "ti.lnei.) Attorneys and Counsellors-at-law. Division Cminspl H t O II I! < •> I.ooal ('oiinscl Valley h I!. Mi Prillni.l altpntli.il uiv.n an nil 1.-sai . Uy ness BUtrtaMWal in .uu i ami.-. wM.aHMaaMMai^^^H^aai.aaftmmmaammaaaUM-'^.^a LADIES' FINE HKLTS. 2d,- aud Sbe ladle*' hue drsM belts, a-sortcd st>les, while the> L'.bt 8 cent. SILK WINSOR TICS. 25c all silk winsor Ties, assorted col ors. Trctty patterns, sale pi Ice, 8 cents. LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS.; 10c Ladies' Handkerchiefs, white and assorted, bordered. Sale price, 2 cents. CHILDREN'S HOSE 10c Children's Hose, while they last, these are special values, 2c. JOHN CLAK COTTON. 20(1 yards spools, John Clark best sew ing thread on the market, 3o BILKATINE CLARKS. Large spools £an Silk and Si katine, all colors, pretty shads. Sale price 3c. NOTE PAPER. 24 sheets of good writing paper, quire 3 cents 10c SHOE POLISH. Whi'e, Tan and Black, sale price Be.