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Adversers, ami ar-giire ed in this city. SAVE |T^CTC?T , m s ' AVK PAIN I ■ *—-'*—-' I n | MONEY Try our New Improved Artificial Tjeth thar are held in place by the Rugae Suction—a secret process Knownjmly to us. rMiiik&oo ks% ■ trinw ■ ■■*««. If ill need of Dentnl work, call and have a talk with us—we will advieeandexDlain matters to you—tell you ju~t what you should have done, and what the cost will be We make no charge for examination or ciwsultati >n It is our business and pleasure and places you under no obligation to employ us to do your work Hours— 8 a. m. to G p. m. BALTIHORE DENTAL ASSOCIATION, Matquis HldV. Cor. Main & Aug. Sta.. Staunton, Va (Over Swifz t"s ,I«w Iry Store ) mmm) IwnwlUlllli For Infants and Children. S^STQR|jK|T' ie Kind You Have I Always Bought AvgetablePreparationforAs- . * w sibilating tticToodandßegula- 'Vl __ 9 ting the Stomachs andßowels of | Tjgfl.T'S tllG X \ 'I Signature /Am Promotes Uigesuon.Cheerful- ; Mm r nessandHest.Containsneither §| A i» X. Aim OpnimjMorphine nor Mineral. 5* 01 #|\ \M Not Narcotic. /i WI r 11/ V fiimpjhn Set*' % C V .w I jrk i 11 in hyperfiiint , > |\ | Is ■ i p I BlQirbim&Saiv I 11 I II ■■■ WmSrd- I 11 i/ 1 Cknfied Sugar . .dOb ■ ' II ftiifcrp/ven Flarvr. I I II A A A perfect Remedy for Cons tipa- fII IV VWU lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, I mk/ Worms .Convulsions, Feveris- I LftK olfft f oess and Loss of Sleep. ' |f|| UVui Tac Simile Signature of _kj™l_ Thirty Years EXACT COPVOF WEAPPEB. I Mjl 188 ■——» rtwfflWF „ ~., ... ~,_, DR. FAHRNEY'S TEETHING SYRUP Nothing more dangerous for babies than Summer Complaint. Be careful— ■very careful. Keep their bowels in good health, relieve Cramps and Colio in I*o minutes, check Diarrhoea quickly, cure Bour Stomach and make babies well again with Dr. Fahmey'a Teething Syrup. Beyond doubt the finest medicine. You can depend on it. 2f»c. at drug stores. Trial Bottle FKKE by mail of Drs. D. Fahrney & Son, Hagerstown, Md.,if you mention this paper. CURES CHOLERA INFANTUM WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON Flooring', Siding, Ceiling', Cement and Brick. A Full Stock on hand. Plaine, Roiner & Co. CRIMORA, VA. The Gentral Avenue Drug Store, j Invites you to make their store your headquarters, NEW STORE-Fresh Stock of Drugs. fjf Don't forget the number. 12 Central Aye. 6LO. H. ORCHARD & CO. W Telephone 3">9 Croghan's European Hotel and Bar. I have moved to the Dr. Lohr Building, corner New street and Greenville avenue, opposite Vir ginia Hotel and fronting the new Beverley Hotel and next to the old Burke livery, where I am prepared to furnish the best meals in town, and ask the patronage of my friends and the public generally. My rep utation as a provider for the hun gry is my reference. Resp'y, 10 2m Mike Croghan. get «p 0 !k Miller's Liver Pills" Mfc VOL. 8G NerVOL'S rPOple u, e irteethextractedorotlier work do 10 are earnestly invited to call at our ollio where ■ c will uemonstrate to their entire lalisfae tion our claim Tor PAINLESS DKNTIS IKY. Full Set T'Ptti (that tit) Jfi.OO up Gold Killing 1 00 up silver Fillips 50c up — Gold Growns, 22kt 5 On up Hriilge Work 5.00 up PAINLESS EXTRACTINC. Copyright 1007. WB. STROUSE & Weinberg Glothing Co. Our Spring StocK is now in, and we invite you to call and see us before buying. Our stock the vers best. Our prices always the lowest. WEINBERG CLOTHING CO., Staunton, va. Statmton 111 l Uptttatot- VINDICATOR. j? *_^_ K EDUCATIONAL. voted to the Interests of the schoom. icliers anil children of Virginia-and nducted by Miss Margaret Kallon. — t ie Important Considerations on School Construction. tie importance and necessity of lerlv constructed school buildings no longer questioned. The follow information which I have gather •om tbe standard authors on school j sne may be suggestive to those ng in charge the construction of i . and county schools: Location—ln the construction of school buildings, the first point for consideration is a suitable and health ful location. This is of vital import, anee because children aru affected by their environment, and of necessity much of their tin. is spent in the school house. The Datum of the soil determines the hr-althfuinesa of the si'e. In cities it i» not always prac ticable to take into account the nature of the soil upon wb cb the school build- Xi to be erected. Moreover, the deration is not so imperative in the country districts, because in the cities care is exercised to secure arti ficial drainage and sanitary protection. In general it may be taid that tbe ground chosen should be • ell drained. It should be impervious tc. water. The' soil should not be damp, as dampness conduces to catarrh and other ailments. A clayey soil produces a damp build I Gravel or sand foruie.the best soil. iv giound should be avoided, as made" soil, because it is likely to in street sweepings, house refuse, rabage. If it becomes necessary "made soil 'or "filled" land, itions must be taken to shutout lots that arise from the puttre a of all organic mutter by care- j laving or cemeutiug the whole lyard. In cities it is r.ot ad visa locate the balding n a main JSoise is distracti: to both is and pupils. It she ! not be arrow street amid high surround lildiugs which shut out tbe light reveut the free circulation of air. it is possible ample space should iwed for playground The rule en laid down that a line drawn he foot of the wall of ;he school ig to the top of tbe nearest build ould not make an angle greater hirty degrees with tbe horizon. ldikg Flan —The plan of the building should receive the attention on the part of the •ct. Tue schoolroom rihould be it of the whole plan—iv other a properly designed school consist of a number of well de tchoolroums arranged i give j it result as to seating, ligbtiof, ie and sanitary ariaogeiaents, with the necessary hulls, cloakrooms, etc. It should not be a large building II into classrooms whose size aud smeut are depeudeul upon the d shape of the building. It is le, when possible, to limit the of the building of two stories. iTRUCTiON—The school build lulci be built in a substantial manner, with the best materials and with the best workmanship. By build ing thoroughly and substantially, tbe 1 days of repairing aie put off, and the difference in first cost is saved in a few years by reduced cost of repairs. The building should be built of either stone I or brick, with as many interior brick walis as possible: where the additional expense would be justifiable, the floor construction should be made fireproof. The reccut advent into this country of reinforced concrete for fireproof floors, etc., makes it possible to erect a thor oughly fireproof building at an increase of from 20 to 30 per cent, above a build-1 iug not having fireproof floors. When the additional safety of the children, as well as the increased permanency of the building, is considered, this ad ditional expense is trivial. Where joist floors are ÜBed they should be sound proofed with mortar deaf.ning be tween the joists. The inferior finish should be hardwood 'educed to a mm iiuuiu in size witb plain mouldings. The window jambs should have round eu corners and should be i l-.stereu up to the inside of tb a win'iow frame. Hard plaster should I c need; but tte ceiling should be ot pressed sheet metal, and not plaster, us iv a few years tbe plaster is in danger of falling off. Wood wainscu:ing ou the walls should be omitted The washboard about the walls should be as low as possible and finished agaiiai the floor with a cove, making what is called a "sanitary base." Tue meatis of exit an 1 eutrai.ee should be properly locat ed and be ol ample width; the corri dors should be teu or twelve feet wide and be well lighted. There should be separate entrances for buys aud girls iv mixed schools. The stairways should ne surrounded with brick walla where practicable, aud if the building is three 8 ones or more in height there should De a brick enclosed, fireproof stairway so located as to be ot eas ,• access in cate of fire. This stairway should be in at ily use, and tire drills should he maintained for the orderly dismissal of tt c children in case of necessity. noon, leading from the cia-- rooms to oorndois should be thrcb feet six inches in width, isr iirs wilt six and a null lucu ristrs and eleven n treads are the most suitable lor sch >ls. (..Jontinued u« Xt *eek ) Remarkable Rescue. That truth is stranger than fiction, bus one*- more been demonstrated in lbe little town of Fedora, TenD., tbe residence of (J. V I'epper He writer?: ''I was in bed, entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat. Doctors failed to help me, and all hope had il"d when I begnn taking Dr. King'B New Discovery. Then instact relief came. The coughing soon ceas ed; the bleeding diminished rapidly, and in three weeks I was abl<; to go to work." Guaranteed cure for coughs and clold. 50c and $1, at B F. Hughes drug store. Trial bottle free. STAUNTON, VA., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1907. Fourth Annual Meeting of the State Farmers' Institute. Tbe tourtb annual meeting of the Virginia State Farmers'lnstitute will be held in 11-innoke, August IS, 14 and 15. 11107. Tbe time of tbe meeting wan selected in accordance with the ex- I pressed wish of a mnjority of tbe mem . bers who seem to feel that, tbev would hive more leisure in the month of Au gust than at, any other season of the year. Tbe executive committee have endeavored in every way to meet tbe j expressed wishes of the members in so I far as possible. Application has been made to tbe railroads for a rate of a fare and a third, and it is confidently believed that tbe request will be granted. Announce ment with reference to this poiDt will be made later. The program is now in | course of preparation, and promises to | exceed in general variety and excel | lence anything that bas yet been offer ed tbe Institute. It is needless to urge on the members the importance of at tending tbe greatest aducational con ference for farmers which will bo held in the state during the year. At the same time the extcutive committee df sires Jto urge on the six hundred members the importance i.f being ac tive agents for the good of the cause iv their local communities and placing before their friends and neighbors in formation with reference to the fourth I annual meeting. Announcements with reference to special excursions and outings which have been planned for I the benefit of the Institute members, I and with reference to the program will I be issued from time to time. Anyone desiring special information can secure tbe same on application to the Secre tary at Blacksburg. The State Farmers' Institute has been the means of inspiring a renewed interest in agricultural education in the state. Its growth up to this time has been quite remarkable, its mem bershlp being a most representative! body of progressive farmers. The help ful nature of its meetings is known to all who have attended previous gath I erings. It is needless to say tbat cv I cry farmer in tbe state will be heartily I welcomed to the fourth annual meet-] lug, and it is believed tbat be can af I ford to make a decided sacrifice to be] Andrew M. Soulk, New Trick of the Beef Trust. The mollycoddle plan of prosecusiug the Beef Trust tbat the administration attempted has evidently bad no effect on the Beef Barons Nothing but an indictment under the criminal section of tbe auti-trust law will bring them | to time. They are evading the beef inspection law by compelling the farmers to stand the loss on "cow stuff' that has been thrown out by the in spectois,altbough the beef trust buyers selected and bought the cows which were apparently sound and healthy. The stnckgrowers have taken alarm aud are holding back their cattle from market and in consequence tbe price of beef has been advanced both whole sale and retail. Thus tbe consumersi have to pay the cost of inspection, thanks to the Republican majority iv control of Congress, aud also tbe loss on cattle rejected by the Inspection. Recount Demanded. A committee of five doctors waited ; on the patient. "You have appendicitis by one vote," they announced. The politician wasequal to the emer gency. "I demand a recount," quoth he. —Washington Herald. It is estimated tbat the street beggars ot Loudon collect f 15,000,000 annual- A Fortunate Texan. Mr. E. W. Goodloe, of 107 St. Louis St., Dallas, Tex., says: "In the past year 1 have become acquainted with Dr. King's New Life Pills, and no lax ative I ever before tried so effectively disposes of malaria and biliousness." They dou't grind nor gripe. 25c at B. F. Hughes' drug store. WOMEN'S WOES, STAUXTOH WOMEN ABE FINDING RE LIEF AT LAST. It does seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches and paius 'that afllict humanity; they must "keep up," must attend to duties iv spite ot constantly aching backs,or headaches, dizzy spells, bearing down pains: they must stoop over, when to stoop means torture. Tbey must walk and bend and work with racking pains and many iiebes from kidney ills. Kidneys cause more suffering than anyf other organ of tbe body. Keep the kidneys well and health is easily maintained. Mrs. W. L. Hitt, wife of W. L.Hitt, carpenter, of Culpeper, Va., says: "I suffered for a long time with my kid neys and when 1 read about Doan's Kidney Pills I thought they might help me, so I got. a box at J. B. Gor rell's drug store. I had taken only a few doses when I noticed some relief and I continued witb the remedy until I was completely cured. Since using Do*u s Kidney Pills 1 have had less rheumatism. I will always recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as a reliable and effective kidney medicine." Plenty more proof like this from Staunton people. Call at B. F. Hughes drug store and ask what customers For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Foster-Milburn Co , Buffalo, N V., sole agents for the United Staes. Remember the name —Doan's— ar,d INDUSTRIAL NEWS I That Will luterest Our Readers .'arnegie Natural Gas Company i ct a gas pumiling station at i, W. Va., at a cost of 5125,000 I pacity will be 25.000,000 cubic gas a day. der to secure the issue of 650 [ calling for $125,000, the Sure Gas Company has made a deed gument to W. A. Lewis, of eld, W.Va, of valuable hold- Grant district, near Sraithfield. reported that Major (J. 1). U. S. Marshal, Wheeling. W. id associates have purchased >s of land containing shale rock i and will establish 1500-barrel d cement plant for develop the property, on & Brings of Richmond,have .allied the contract for grading insion of the Raleigh & South- Ry., six miles, from the pres linusat the mouth of Soap v Raleigh county, W. Va., up earn and over into the valley ling Gulf creek, ivements amounting to $10, --lave been made in tbe last year etwork of railroads that cen ter in Atlanta. Surpassing all former expenditures, the railway corporations tbat lead to tbe Gate City have added W chapter to their history which t be expressed by mere figures ~The Virginia Railway, according to a report from Norfolk, Va., will begin to operate immediately regular sched uled trains between Norfolk and Vie toria, Va , 125.miles. The company's shops are to be situated at Victoria, whicn is reported to be growing rapid ly as a result of the building to the I tracts for tbe construction of 6, --el cars, aggregating in cost f6,- I, have been placed within the w days by the United Stales Corporation. This is one of the : orders for steel products and gest for steel cars that has been since steel car construction be in industry of tbe Pittsburg dis To till the orders about 90,000 t steel plates will be reqired. 115. F. Bailey of Grafton, W.Va., arled to have purchased coal in lay lor and Harrison counties lumber of capitalists of Meyers- Pa. The property is located toseaiont, and is said to contain SO acres of the Pittsburg seam 1 and 75 acres of.tbe surface. It is undetstood tbat tbe purchasers wilj erect tipples aud install machinery for its development. The Pennsylvania Railroad Co. will merge all of its lines on tbe Virginia, Maryland aud Delaware Peninsula with the Maryland division, and have one system under the name of the Phila delphia, Baltimore and Washington railroads. A call has beeu issued for a special meeting of the stockholders of the Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wash ington Railroad Co. in Philadelphia ■ 31, when steps will be taken to : the indebtedness of the com r the purpose of effecting tbe lation. ns Iron & Steel Co. of Coates ville, Pa., has purchased (from the Empire Steel & Iron Co. of New York) controlling interest in the Allegheny Ore & Iron Co., operating iron mines at Vesuvius aud Oriskauy, and iron Bf.,. n „„ ag a t Bueua Vista, Sheuandoah i Gate, Va. The purchaser bas various properties examined rts, and will continue develop consuming the products of the iacturing plants in its manufac ture of basic open-hearth steel and steel plates at Coatesville. A larger washing and concentrating plant is luipleted, to be in operation by ud an extensive tract of iron on Massauutton mountain is ted with drills with a view of lopment. It is probable that >auy will build two or more nace. The Magic No. 3. sr three is a wonderful mascot H. Partis, of Cedar Grove, arding to a letter which reads: uttering much with liver and kidney trouble, and becoming greatly discouraged by tbe failure to find re lief, 1 tried Electric Bitters, and as a result lam a well man today. The lirst bottle relieved and three bottles completed tbe cure." Guaranteed best on earth for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, by 13 F. Hughes, druggis* 50 cents . .—-. ■ The Pretty Stenograpner. I books my clerk has little n's, it, though she is not y's, makes me watch my p's and q's •a* 4 i|i Scott's Emulsion strengthens enfeebled Q ? nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and X t nerve force. V J-Z&l It provides baby with the necessary fat Q |OF and mineral food for healthy growth. j)|iH ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00. A OUR ICONOCLASTIC PRESIDENT CAUSTIC CRITICISM FROM A HIGH RK kPUItLICAN SOURCK. ne important Memorial Day ad s has been some what overlooked 'bich Lieut.-Gov. Sherman of Illi nois, pointedly attacked some of Pres ident Roosevelt's policies, especially his attempt to dictate to Congress and Itthrow States Rights and Home c. "The crying lawlessness of the ,'' said Mr. Sherman, "is the grad weakening of the legislative branch be government. We need not de uce the cause. We deplore the ;. The cause may be tbe personality ts members. It may be the insidi attacks of the executive from time ;ime. The legislature originally the strongest and most representa , but it is so no longer. The State governments are power igencies to train tbe citizen to un reciation and understanding of 3 duties, either in State or general government. The State cannot be reduced to a mere outlying Federal I'ince, dependent upon the general irnment for its general local wel ch advice from a Republican offi Bhows that there is a deep under wit swirling to the surface for the ocratic policy of the freedom of representatives of the people from utive dictation and the resuscita of the reserved rights of the ?s for home rule, lis Republican protest against tbe idious attack of the executive" "the usurpation of those in power ik with the lust of official might" ov. Sherman puts it, is a much more caustic criticism of the acts of President Roosevelt than has come Iny Democrat, ically it Is very important as Sherman is a close friend of >r Cannon, and would hardly lade this attack without bis 1 or consent. Tbe old school a Republicans are evidently led to prevent the dictation of nesent strenuous but erratic :icrats have long viewed witb :he iconoclastic policies that een fostered by the Roosevelt of the Republican party; that name of reform is attempting down the constitutional edifice by the fathers of the republic t even insuring a solid louinia ' the centralization they plan iv its place. While President Roosevelt is given full credit for his adoption *of some Democratic policies, it is feared that, tbe effect of bis Hamiltonian false doc trines will bring disaster. The fact is that President Roosevelt is an oppoi tuuist ready to grasp at any bubble tbat rises to tbe surface of tbe political pond that he thinks will aid Roosevelt RHe. Fired the Stick. lave fired the walking-stick I've d over 40 years, on account of a hat resisted every kind of treat ment, until I tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve; that has healed the sore and made uie> happy man," writes John Greatly Reduced Rales via Southern Railway. Have been authorized on account of I Mowing named special occasions g periods mentioned: [KVILLK, N. C—Young People's luary Movement; dates of sale 2b' to 23. inclusive, fiual limit July )7. 5 3 8t lEVILLK, N. C—Southern Stu dent Conference, Y. M. C. A., and Southern Conference of Y. M. C. A.; lof sale June 5. li and 7 to Ashe ,ud Swannanoa, N. C, and June and 14 to Swannanoa only, fiual i limit Jure 26,1907. 5 3 7t iens, Ga.—University Summer 1; dates of sale June 29, 30 and , 6, 8, 13 and 20, final return limit leaving Athens 15 days in addition to date of sale; or by personal deposit of Bnot earlier than June 20, nor han 15 days from date purchas -1 payment fifty cents fee, exten lay be obtained to leave Athens Dot later than Sept. 30, 1907. 5 3-7t Knoxville, T en n.—Summer School of the South; dates of sale June limit leaving Knoxville, 15 days iv ad dition to date of sale; except that by deposit not earlier than June 23, not la'er iban 15 days fmui dale of sale, and payment of fee of titty cents by original purchaser, wben extension may CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature ot (^a*&7eUc6e/X NO. 26. PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE. ORGANS AT COST AND LESS. «, p , Seco '»d Annual Reduction Sale Bfh°PWOrr'8 f h ° PWOr r' *"*ontinned style.. New Vo d r S ° me ° f th " M -»™ * »UV SKS&SSr - "*" -"" ** SewndHand ° r S an *ln H Wileox & White Organ 120 00 Taylor & Farley ■■ }?, S gSjESSZ 20 0° Sohool <r 1J 00 Bridgeport ■• 9> 00 Beethoven .. \ S R °° Putnam .. 25 jg S h en r« er :: »S $?»•££ H,ml,n :: ss Putnam Orean Style %£ „, „ now „ 2 * «» 120 " 55 00 " 35 00 130 " 60 00 " £8 00 , 22 oa * " 60 00 " 39 00 22 wal •■ 60 00 " 39 00 13 ° wal " 60 00 " 4u 00 150 wal " 60 00 " 39 00 150 oak ■' 60 00 " 39 00 „ 70 wal " 70 00 " 45 00 ~ ~ \\ 609 oak sp " 6!i 00 " 42 00 \\ , 76 oak " "5 00 '• 50 00 610 wal " 75 00 " 50 00 w - W. Putnam ®. Co., Organ Manufacturers and Music Dealers, Staunton, Va. A - Wa, t*rs. Chas. F. Switzer. THE DAYLIGHT CLOTHING STORE. Can show you a handsome line of Spring' and Summer Clothing ! For Men, Youths Boys and Children. Also a Complete Line of Men's Furnishings, Hats, Caps and Shoes. Call and See us before buying, and get our prices. Walters & Switzer, I New County Building:, STAUNTON. VA. iJO.OO TO WAGER it we can sell you a Vehicle ot Harness for less mon uality considered—than any one in the business. 1 Well just drop in to see us and let us show you, we : room here to tell you of the numerous little items others add to the price of their goods and we do not. le, Oh! well, we'll explain when you come in. Re er we carry a full line of vehicles—Buggies, Surries, routs, Road Wagons, etc. All new, up-to-date goods Ivanced ideas in vehicledom. Heavy team harness, and lead harness, single and double driving harness! 3, bridle, halters, whips, robes, blankets, buggy nets, nets, etc. We invite the closest comparison of qual /le and price on on anything in our line. i defy competition to undersell us. M Come and See Us." 5 Shaver Carriage Co., Exclusive Dealers, jyer's Cave. Virginia. SHOES! SHOES! The Best Shoe on the Market for Country Service can be found at our Store. Very truly, Armstrong Shoe Co. ,lfW THEROHBURY DISTILLINSCO. ■ ■'■:' ':(M - iir.;i«o»iMi, jH| HARM AN BROS. The Leading Whiskey Merchants, SOLE AGENTS. STAIWTON, VA. Write for Price List of all our liquors. OUR readers will find cor rect Schedules of four of the great railroads of the State regularly publish ed in this paper—the C. & 0., the Southern, the N. & W., and the Chesapeake Western. PURE FOOD LAWS. No State Board ha« ever questioned tbe TRY IT.