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Choice Red Clover Seed. , " Sapling Clover Seed. '' Timothy Seed. " Kentucky Blue Grass Seed, " Alfalfa Seed. " Orchard Grass Seed, Detrick's Animal Bone Trucker. Champion corn grower. Coon Brand Guano. I Special Oat Fertilizer. Choice Recleaned Western White Seed Oats j GEO. W. BLACKLEY, iSuecessor to Jas. H. Haeklxgr.) Greenville Avenue, - Stauntou, Va. j 3 l 7t ___ FOR SALEIj j OO Wfll improved farm | Price $">,OOO 88 Acres—Splendid residence' and outbuildings, fruit, &c, I $4,000; and 85 of unimprov ed adjoining above. 82 Acres— 2,000 apple aDd peach trees, about 4 years old. Trice $3,356. Small I residence and outbuildings on same. The places are worth the money. R.W. Menefee & Co., Real Estate Brokers. Room 8 first floor. Echols Bld'g, Staunton. Va. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HAMPTON H. WAYT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Practice in all State and Federal Courts. General Receiver for Corporation Court for City of Staunton. Echols' Building, Staunton, Va. B. D. TIMBF.BLAKK, JK. B. I. B. NELSON TIMBERLAKE & NELSON, Attorneys-at-Law. 2 and 3 Law.Building, irtauntorj, Va WH.LANDEB, * ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Staunton, Va. No.a, Court House Square. augS-tt ALEX. F. ROBERTSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 4 Lawyers' Row, Prompt attention to all legal business. FITZHUGH ELDER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Rooms 5 and 7 Masonic Temple. Staunton, Va. HENRY W.HOLT, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, STAUNTOU. V A . LAW OFFICIOS J.A. ALEXANDER, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. So.t JM.FBKRV, ■ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW^ Second Floor, Masonic Temple,; Mutual Phone. Staunton. Va. Una HF- BCHEELE, ■ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Room 3, first floor, Patrick Building. Staunton, Va. i. m. quabj.es. j. w. h. pilson QUARLES & PILSON, Attorneys and Counselors AT-LAW. Law Offices In Masonic Temple, BTAUNTON VA. QHARLES M. EAST, Attorney & Counselor at Law. 10 Echols' Building, Staunton, - - - Virginia. Uf ILLIAM A. PRATT. " ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Staunton, Va. fc*T Echols' Building. JOS. A. GLASGOW, ATTORN E Y-AT- L A W. Staunton, Va. State and Federal Courts, Will attend regularly the Circuit Court of Rockbridge county. JOHN B. COCHRAN, Attorney-at-Law. 2 Barristers Row. Mutual Phone 292. UUGH H. KERR, " ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. tSg" Office in County Court House. ITERBEKT J. TAIMJK, H ATTORNEY AT-LAW, No. 4, Lawyers' now. Com. Atty. for City of Staunton. CARTER BRAXTON, Attorney-at-Law, STAUNTON. VA. FB. KENNED f, • ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, 23 South Augusta St. STAUNTON ,VA. Speclalattentlongiven tocollections and chancery practice. loriHi WM. PATRICK. ARMISTEAD C. GORDON. PATRICK & GORDON, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, 6, 7 and.B Law Building, ST. A. UN TON. VA. ■sarin TTABRY H. lILtASK, AL ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Offloe—Patrick & Gordon Building. J»n« Staunton, Va. UHAXTUS, KER & MCCOY, ATTORNEYS ANDCOTJNBELLOFS. Offiob:—Rooms 18, IS, 17 MasonicT9mple. «M 18. '96-tf JAMES BUMOARDNEB, JB. BUDOLPH BCMGAKI'KEF BUMGARDNER& BUMGARDNER. Successors to J., J. L. & R. Bumgardner.) I Attorneys and CounseUors-at-Law. Division Counsel B. &O.R. R. Co. j Local Counsel Valley B. R. Co. Prompt attention given to all legal bus-! bets entrusted to our hands. WOMEN IN HOSPITALS Experiences of Mrs. Rocfcwood and Miss Tierney MISS MARGARET TIERNEY MRS.CHAS. A.ROCKWOOD A large proportion of the operations I performed in our hospitals are upon women and girls for some organic trouble. Why should this be the case ? | Because they have neglected them selves, as every one of these patients I In the hospital beds had plenty of ' warning in those dragging sensations, pains at left or right of abdomen, backaches, nervous exhaustion, in flammation, ulceration, displace ments, and other organic weaknesses. All of these symptoms are indica -1 tions of an unhealthy condition of the female system and if not heeded the penalty has to be paid by a dangerous operation. When these symptoms manifest themselves, do not drag along until you are obliged to go to the hospital and submit to an opera tion —but remember that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs, has saved hundreds of women from surgical operations. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable | Compound, has cured more cases of | feminine ills than any other one remedy. Such letters as thefollowing Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. From the symptoms given, the trouble may be located and the quickest and surest way of recovery advised. Out of her vast volume of experience in treating female ills Mrs. Pinkham probably has the very knowledge that may help your case. Her advice is free and always helpful. Ask Mrs. Pinkham's Advice—A Woman Best Understands a Woman's Ills, j THE PRIDE OF NELSON ] S STANDS FOR \ | Best and Purest of \ I WHISKIES! I 2 FOl. BALE BY £ * J. J. MURPHY. , N>J. 8 SOUTH NEW STREET. f F: f. LITMAN & CO., THE Clean Cash Grocery ! No. 401 West Main St. Best Goods I Lowest Prices! Country Proflnce a Specialty. Confectioneries, Tobacco aDd Cigarsof the Finest Qaulity. PHONE 564. lllly Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Schedule In effect Nov, 25,1906, subject to change without notice. Ea item time. Limited for Wellington, New York, Rich mond, (Mil Point mid Norfolk 2.09 A. M.. 10.50 A. M„ Dally. Local for Washington and Richmond, 2.15 p. ni. week days. Local for Charlottesville 7.47 P. M. Week Days. For Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, Nashville, Mem phis and West. 1.23 A. M. and 8.33 P. M., Daily. H'xpress for Clifton Forge 7.03 P. M., daily • Local for Huntington 8.58 A.M. Week Days. Local to Ronceverte 12.30 P. M. week days. SOOTH BAMir. N. B.—Following schedule figures published only as information and are not guaranteed Schedule In Effect Feb. 27, 1907. Leave Charlottesville a. ronows «o.»,dally, 11.33 a.m. Local for Danville and way stations. No. 29, dally, 2.10 p. m. Washington and Florida Limited. Through ceaehes and sleeper to Columbia, Savannah and Jackson vllle; dining car service. N0.35, ddally, 2.07 p. m. U. S. Fast Mall first class coaches and drawing room sleep er to New Orleans: dining oar service. No. 39, dally, 12 18 p. m. Kiw York and Atlanta Express. First-claM coach to Atlanta; sleeper to Columbus, Ga., Sunset Route; Tourist Sleeper from Washington to San Francisco, Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays. No. 81, weekdays. 9.08 p. m. '•Southern's Palm Limited." solid Pullman train to Co lumbia, Aiken, Augusta, savannah, Jack sonville and St, Augustine, Fla. Sleeper Mondays and ThursdaystoSumrnervilleand Charleston, S C. Southern Ry. dining car. N0.33, dally, l.C2a. m. new Yoke and Florida Express. Through sleepers ana coaches to Columbia; savannah and Jack sonville; through sleeper to Augusta and Charlotte; sleeper to Pinehurst, N. C, dally except Sunday; dining car service a la carte No. 41, daily, 1.32 a. m. New York; and Memphis Limited ivia Lynchburg; first class coach and Sleeping-cars to Roanoke Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis Sleeper to New Orleans. Dining car service N0.37, dally,2 11 a. m. Washington and SputhwesterL Limited; all Pullman train olub and observation cars to Atlanta and observation car to Macon; sleepers to Ashe ville. Atlanta, Macon, Birmingham New Orleans; Dining car service Trains leave Harrisonburg for Washing ton tf:iu a. m. week days, and 3:05 p.m. dallv arrive Washington 11:55 a. m. and 9:20 p m respectively. Trains leave Washington tor Harrisonburg 7:35 a. m. dally, and 4:01 p. m weekdays; arrive Harrisonburg 2:00 p. m and 9:oj p. m., respectively. Immediate connection In UnionDepotat n . gton f or and from BaltlmoreTPhll adelphiaandNew York. ' (.. H. Ackert, Vlce-Prest. and Gen. MgT. w I t;Hardwlck,Paas. Traffic Mgr. r o General Passenger Agent. L.S.Brown. GenoralAgent. Washlncton.D. C are constantly being received by Mrs. Pinkham to prove our claims. Mrs. C. A. Rockwood, [teacher of Parliamentary Law, of 58 Free St., Fredonia, N. V., writes: "For years I suffered with female trouble. It was decided that an operation was neces sary, and although I submitted to a serious operation my sufferings continued, until Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was recommended and it proved a marvelous remedy, so quickly did it restore my health. I cannot thank you sufficiently for the good it has done me." Miss Margaret Tierney, of No. 328 W. 25th Street, New York, writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham: — "When only eighteen years of age our physician decided that an operation was necessary to permit of my womanly organs performing their natural functions. My mother objected and being urged by a relative to try Lydia E. Pinkhams Veget able Compound did so. I soon improved in health, the proper conditions were establish ed and I am well and strong, thanks to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." No other remedy has such un qualified endorsement as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. No other remedy in the world has such a record of cures of female ills. Bring a $10 Bill and Get | an Organ. I have several second-hand Organs, some in thorough re pair, which 1 will sell for $10 upwards. Almost "Any Old Price" S accepted. No charge i! i them. I also have several old style Piano Players at low figures. J. M. BRERETON, 15. 16,18 Crowle Building. I 1 4t I - DR, C. C BOWMAN, DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work. Office over Hopkin's Jewelry Store. (Opposite Post Office.) Waynesboro, Va. 11 30 6m HARDY'S" - CARRIAGE FACTORY. §g" In stock; a large line of pleasure veWleg—Buggies, Carriages, Pbiß tons Traps,etc., and all up-to date »§r A very handsome double seated Surry, In bird's eye maple, and finisher! in maroon leater. Stylish Traps, single or double seated, also tbe reversible trap—yen popular. •ST Up-to-date Runabouts, finished in gray whip cord cloth. A Complete line—Be Sure You See Them. E C. HARDY. Proprietor. Factory .East Main St., Staunton. Va. IBY CARMEN SYLVA. r es are beautiful in which the n thought has been for others. I fountain of Youth is work: him who ceases to plunse I c side of tombs only kindly j rteous words are spoken; let ! our friends like tombs. : battle is often worth many :; a victorious war may bring ted loss to the nation that for a conquest, life is but an image of the , a reflection of what the soul :o in the beyond, of what only h of the body shall reveal. :o good to be beautiful and so 1 to lie good that it is a sad not to be the one by sheer being the other, lust wring the neck of our passions, of our most ardent and walk in the way we would ive chosen. 9 a stuff spun and woven by ids: others will cut it and , others again deck themselves is called luck or fortune Is gift of recognizing when our ■ikes, of not taking the hand S plow until the Angelns are so many people whose ison for depriving themselves sight of the rising sun is to vay the evening. Thus, the loment of each day slips away an. rord has before now traversed uries and stirred hearts anew ' successive generation: why mt to chatter like the poplar assing wind instead of sowing vords that will endure? THS IN A FEW WORDS. ; doesn't work hard at mak- Isome men. en that have too much money et more. A woman in love doesn't care for the ring being diamond. A man must understand himself in explaining rascality problems. A reform champion's husband be lieves a reformation would be good. A good housekeeper keeps her ket tles and her temper from boiling over. Modern doctors think it is better to take a patient's money than his blood. Business offices are being pu farther heavenward because groun P> much, all the homely people redeen ?es with their conduct this wi c world, lark horses often run best i 3 because their stains are no well. CONCERNING WOMEN. When a woman shows a disposition to be disagreeable she knows how to make it most effective. A woman ever so much likes to feel that she has a capacity for guiding oth ers. The woman who goes into the busi ness world wants to be considered above the average in shrewdness. A woman fiercely resents being re ' garded as set in her ways and opin ions. One comfort in life, any way. is to ! know that nobody is responsible for what their eyes say. When a girl resents a fellow trying to flirt with her either he is very ugly or she is for the time being deeply in love with some other man. It is not being kissed that a girl ob jects to; it is to think that he thinks she would not resent it that makes her mad. Even when a woman earns more salary than her brother he never deems it inconsistent to advise her about business and money. BEFORE MY LADY'S MIRROR. The "Reflections" of a looking glass should make interesting reading. It's a wise shopper who knows her "Imitation on the face of it" —the other girl's complexion. There are women who will die for a man, but there are more who will The average woman would rather I own to a "double life" than a "double "A plague on my beau's jealousy!" I cried the pretty shop girl "Why I wasn't I born plain like the society I beauties?" —February Delineator. Don't Buy a Steel Range. Look at tbe 20th Century Laurel; without an equal in appearance, econ omy of fuel, cooking aud baking ca pacity, and durability. Tbe highest grade aud finest finished range made, possessing every feature of merit known to modern steel range construction, and embodying all improvements of others, in addition many special patented fea tures. Before making a purchase ex amine carefully all otner ranges and then look at the Laurel and decide for yourself. j Ohas. Tanker &Co , j 3-15-6t 21 N. Augusta St. Found at Last. J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, W. Vii.J says: "At last 1 have found tbe pet feet pill that never disappoints me,and for the benefit of others afflicted with ! torpid liver and chronic constipation, will say, take Dr. King's New Lire Pills." Guaranteed satisfactory. 25c at B. F, Hughes, druggist. SY\mu\aYYY\s> toama <m& las\t \ouxid and £til\et Three ways are used by farmers for curing and preparing their to bacco for the market; namely sun cured, air cured and flue cured. The old and cheap way is called air cured; the later discovery and im proved way is called flue cured. In flue curing the tobacco is taken from the fields and racked in barns especially built to retain heat and there subjected to a continuous high temperature, produced by the direct heat of flame heated flues, which brings out in the tobacco that stimulating taste and aroma that expert roasting develops in green coffee. These similar processes give to both tobacco and coffee the cheer ing and stimulating quality that pop ularizes their use. The quality of tobacco depends much on the curing process and the kind of soil that produces it, as ex pert tests prove that this flue cured R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. 0. THE NEW STORE. |\ash or J\redit. We will be pleased to have you call and examine our complete line of Steel Ranges. Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves. Oil Stoves.* Tinware and j Emerald Steel Enamel Ware. Best Ware Made. ; gp All orders and repair work promply attended to. [ ■Va. Lightning Conductor, Stove & Steel Range Go. \ \ Corner of Augusta and Frederick Sts . &- Phone 595. C. E. YEAGER, Mfi'r. j D. R. ESKEY, Proprietor. l 25 ly the RACKET STOCK co INCORPORATED. JAS. W. LIGGETT, Manager. Separate Our Big Sloughter Sale from all the other sales adver tised and you will have the one bristling with the Biggest Bargains in Town. At no time has any other house in the city even been in a position to give such values as has been sent out by us during the past month. We bought $25,000 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE At Less Than One=Fourth Original Cost. This Stock we have offered to the buying public at their own price, and to show their appreciation of our great values they have crowd ed our store each day since the great sale commenced, yet many of the best lines still remain unbroken. This is our last call. Only a short while remains in which to take advantage of our un-heard of prices in all departments. Insteod of devoting time and money to spectacular effects that gratify the eye, we've applied ourselves to the eminently original and common sense task of marshaling out a host of irresistable values. If you would take advantage of these great values, don't wait, but visit our store today. TERMS:—Cash to every one. The Racket Stock <^> INCORPORATED. Successors to A. E. Harnsberger. tobacco, grown in the famous Pied mont region, requires and takes less sweetening than tobacco grown_ in any other section of the United States and has a wholesome, stimulating, juicy, full tobacco taste that satisfies tobacco hunger. That's why chewers prefer Schnapps, because Schnapps cheers more than any other chewing tobacco, and that's why chewers of Schnapps pass the good thing along —one chewer makes other chewers, until the fact is established that there are more chewers and more pounds of tobacco chewed to the population in states where Schnapps tobacco is sold than there are in those states where Schnapps has not yet been offered to the trade. A ioc. plug of Schnapps is more economical than a much larger ioc. plug of cheap tobacco. Sold at 50c. per pound in sc. cuts. Strictly 10 and 15 cent plugs. We promptly obtain t". (*, .»;.<: <• iend model, or Li oio t.-i irwi.t.cu soj : free re port o a patentability. For ,'rte i>'rik, t Opposite UL S. Paten-: Office > « Seeds, Fertilizer. tfc. BUI FROM BAKER & BROWN. Hest Red atd Sapling Clover Seed, Choicv Timothy Bevd, Fancy Kentucky Blue Grass Seed, Faucy Red Top Seed, Best Oichard Crass Seed, Best White Seed Ml, BEST SEED SOWERS, FERTILIZERS for Spriug Crops, Cronnd Piaster, FLAX BKKIJ MEAL fnretnek. >tew»rt Sbe»-t) Sb>arii>K MneblMl HL(I R r pairs. Feuciutf Wire. IRON RnOFlNtf. Portland and Round Top Cement. U j BEGAUSES! j You should patronize our (, DRUG STORE I § BECAUSE I Everything we sell is absolutely pure and of the !>est quality. BECAUSE We give specUl attention to the ; rilling ot prescriptions and the ' 1 compounding of family medi cines. BECAUSE Our stock of drugs and sundries usually found in an up-to-date pharmacy is complete and rell- m able, and our price* are as low B aa It is nosiible to sell the best f goods at a profit. ? B. F. HUGHES, i STAUNTON, VA. g Tutt EUnctf. WItMPIU BY OCR VEGETABLE ANAESTHETI. Try our new Flexo Plat»s—the Hest aim only Perfect Fitting sets of teeth made. Crown and Bridge Work of all kinds a specialty Baltimore Dentists. Marquis bld'g. Cor. Main& Aug. Sts. ausr. tr Staunton. Va.