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Friday, August 16,1907.
LOCAL ÜbKARTMENT
Mr. W. A Crawford and family an
visiting tbe Jamestown Exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Turk are spend
ing a fortnight at tbe White Sulpbui
Springs.
Mrs. Fit./.inigli Elder is spending
some days at Camp Greenbrier in West
Virginia.
Prof. Wm. A. Bowles and party are
hack from v long pleasure drive
through Highland.
Mr. M. A. Johns of Headwaters.
Higbln.na county, was a visitor iv the
city tbiß week.
Mi. Alex. Tyree of Hagerstown.Md.,
is spending bis vacation with bis par
ents on Church street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Sublett of
Harrisonburg, bave returned from a
leceul trip to Jamestown.
Mr. W. Alex. Grubert is confined to
bis borne on North Madison street by
a severe attack of typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. James Quarles ol
Louisville, Ky., are visiliug the home
of Judge Harrison, father of Mrs.
Quarles.
T. J. Wingfield, aged 35 years, an
employe of tbe N. & W. Ry., shot and
killed bis wife and then committed
suicide at their home in Roanoke on
Friday last.
over by a freight luiu :-.t the C. A O.
depot Saturday night and had his let;
crushed below tea knee. No one
kuows how tin- accid«nt occurred.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mills of King
George county, were iv the city this
week for a few days. Tucy left today
for some weeks at Augusta Springs,
guests of tbe Pattosontt.
Mr. M. M. Robertson of Cincinnati,
passed through the city this week on
bis way north. His family who are at
White Sulphur Spriugs, are expected
here later on, to spend some time.
Mr. A. H. Woodhouse, foreman at
tbe Spectator Office, is attending iv
mi oflicial capacity the annual session
of tbe Odd Fellows at Norfolk and is
also taking in tbe Jamestown Exposi
tion.
Mrs. Julia Nelson Sublet! and little
daughter, Ruth, after a stay of some
days in tbe homo of Mr. It. M. Guy,
have gone to Lexington and from there
to Roanoke, wuere they will visit rela-
A marriage license was issued in
Washington last Thursday to Chas.
11. Williams of this county, and
Bertha Curtis of Spoitsylvania coun
ty, Rev. Walter F. Smith performed
the ceremony.
Miss Julia Jackson Christian, the
only grand-daughter of •'Stonewall"
Jackson, eloped with Edmund Ran
dolph Preston of Charlotte, N. C, and
was married at Salisbury, an Tours-
Oracle Glenn, the little daughter of I
Mr. and Mrs. T. I). Glenn of Mt. Solon,
died on the 17tb ult., aged 1 year, 4
months and 11 days, and was a lovely
cbild. She was buried at St. John's
Reformed church on the ISth.
Mrs. Wm. L. Walters and child, after
a visit in the home or Col. E. L. Ed
mondson, left yesterday for Jefferson
Park hotel, Charlottesville. Mrs.
Walters is the wife of our former
townsman, Mr. Wm. L. Walters, now
cashier of the Commonwealth Bank,
Richmond.
Cards have been received in tbe city
announcing the marriage of Miss
Clemence Amelia Cooke to Mr. Chas-
F. Keene at Bay Shore, Long Island,
on Wednesday, the 14th instant. Miss
Cooke, formerly lived iv Staunton
Pi her mother, Mrs. Wm. H. Cooke,
ceremony took place at the home
lias Clemence L. Stephens,
ayuesboro Virginian: Hon. John
Wayland and wife, of Calvert,
Texas, are tbe guests of bis brother.
Mr. E. P. Wayland. Mr. Wayland is
a State senator of the Lone Star State
and an extensive cotton raiser on the
Brazos river. This is Mr. Wayland's
first visit to this town for 20 years and
be is greatly pleased at its rapid and
substantial growth.
Mr. Harry K. Baylor, the popular
young teller of the Staunton National
Bank, and Miss Fay Neel, accompani
ed by two friends, slipped off quietly
to Lewisburg, W. Va., Thursday aud
were married at noon by Rev. P. J
Lambert, of tbe Methodist Episcopal
Church, South. They are two yen
popular young people. After a tour
they will continue to reside in Staun-
Sheriff Sizer of Alleghany county,
came to Staunton Tuesday bringing
with him a dozen prisoners, inmates ol
the Covington Jail for continement
here. Alleghany county is erecting a
new jail and her prisoners were brought
here for keeping till tbe new building
is completed. The Sheriff bad with
aim as deputies, Messrs. B. B. Butler,
a Staunton man now resident in Cov
ington, F. M. Turner aud A. M. Rich
ardson, a C. & O. detective.
— «—-•—-•
Woodstock Dry By One Vote.
The election in Woodstock Tuesday
put the town dry by one vote. The
vote stood 214 to 213. This puts tbe
Shenandoah Valley dry, there being
no saloons between Harrisonburg and
Winchester.
Sunday School Reunion.
t,.Tbere will be a Sunday School re
union at Love, Va., Friday, Saturday
and Sunday, September 6, 7 and 8.
And a cordial invitation is extended to
all to attend. There will be plenty of
refreshments on the grounds, and four
or five good springs. There Is a
beautiful grove, which together with
the fine water and pure mountain air,
will make a deligbtful three days out
ing. Everybody will be welcome.
DEATHS DURIN6 THE WEEK
MRS. ANNIE COOL
Vrs. Annie Cool, whose illness was
I .io'ed last. week, died at ber borne in
II if sangersville neighborhood, aged
| idoiit 7» years. Deceased was tin
I vnlow of the late Philip (Jool, and is
I survived by five sous and one daughter.
I rut funeral took place Sunday.
.mi; orekn kkkk.
Mr. Green Kerr, a well known farm
ir of tbe Greenville section, and at one
line constable for Riverbeads district.
iied on Thursday of last week at hi*
lome near Bethel church, aged utiout
•0 years. lie was highly esteemed iv
lis com in unity aud by all who knew
lim. The funeral took place Friday
.fternoon from Suematlah church.
I.ITTLE JOANA lIARTMAN.
little one, the daughter of Mr.
s. W. T. Mailman, died at her
' country borne near here lasl
y afternoon after an illness ol
weeks. Dr. Rodgers of thisi
jDr. Hurl man of Swoops, an
[ the child, give her case three
.ention, tint to no avail and the
"c ebbed out. The funeral wat
the home of the child's grain!
, Mr. aud Mrs. 11. A. Lamb.
>lli- KKUKCUAJ DAVIS.
jstlinable Gbristiau lady passed
eward last Monday lL'th inst.,
years. Although Mrs. Davis
v sick for several weeks ber
hi suddenly aud was a great
i her many friends and rela-
She is survived by tbeir
b, a sister aud four sons,
H. H. Bolen of this city, Geo.
i aud J. Fred. Davis of Michi-
T. Walter Davis of Roanoke.
1 was a lueuiuer of tbe First
srfaui churc i of this city.
MR. OSCAR CAIH.KV.
Mr. Oscar Oauley, who was brought
X King's Daughter's hospital
lys ago, suffering from au al
ly p hold fever, died there on
ay morning of last week, aged
about :i0 years, lie was an engineer
in the em ploy meat of tbe Virginia
Portland (ieiuent Co., aud was highly
esteemed by those who knew bim. He
was a member of Graigsville Lodge
No lOC I O. (). F. Tbe interment
took place at Woodland near Millboro,
tad was in charge of tbe Odd Fellows.
MRS KANNIK G VAN TKI.T.
After an illness of two months from
a stroke of paralysis, Mrs. Fannie G.
Van Pelt passed quietly away on
Wednesday last, aged 73 years, at her
home on the Middlebrook road.
Mrs. Van Pelt was a life long mem
ber of the Methodist church. Surviv
ing ber are ber husband, three sons
md one daughter— Chas. E Van Pelt
*nd Miss Lou of Staunton; J. C, of
OnaiU'ock, Va., anil R. S., of Little
Rock, Ark.
MISS NANNIK V. TOWBEUMAN.
Miss Nannie Virginia Towberrnan,
daughter of the late John Towber
inan, died at her mother's home at
Mint Spring, Wednesday of last week,
aged years of tuberculosis. Tbe
Mineral was held at 2:30 p. m. Friday
from Bethel Presbyterian church, the
service being conducted by Rev. U. L.
Mllr. tiier, the pastor, and the inter
ment in the adjoining cemetery. There
were many beautiful Mowers. Miss
I'owlK rniau is survived by her mother,
iwo sisters and three brothers. She
M 'tuber ot Bethel church, and a
woman of beautiful character.'
MR IU MONEYMAKKR.
Mr. Eli Moneymaker, one of the
oldest inhabitants of that section, died
at bis home near Gburchville, Satur
day morning, August the third. He
had been very ill for several weeks and
consequently bis deatb was not a sur
prise to the community. Tbe funeral
waß from Union Church, Sunday
inoruing, service being conducted by
Rev. G B. Fadeley of Churchville.
Mr. Moneymaker is survived by eight
children namely: Mrs. William Stock
dale, Miss JSealie and Miss Fannie
Moneymaker, Messrs. R. Moneymaker,
David Moneymaker, W. L, Money
maker, James Moneymaker, all reel
E Van Pelt
and one
MRS MARY CRAWKORD.
Mis. Mary Crawford, widow of the
late James MePbersou Crawford, died
at her home at Ft. Defiance Saturday
night of pneumonia. She had been in
poor health for several years. The
funeral took place Monday from tbe
residence at 1 o'clock, and the inter
ment was al O'd Stone church.
Mrs. Crawford before marriage was
Miss Mary McDowell Miller. She was
in her U-'itti year, and is survived by
two children. Miss Maggie Crawford,
and Mr W. Grattan Crawford. Her
husband died 10 years ago August Ist.
Mrs. Crawford bad since early life
oeeu a member of the Old Stone
church, aud had walked consistently
in the faith, heiug a sincere Christian,
■i lovuiM wife and mother and a con
stant friend.
MR. THUS INUALI.S lIYDK.
Thomaß lng.-tlls Hyde, which occurred
at his uoiu.i place near Stuart's Draft.
Deceased was in his 751h year and
leaves a .large family connection to
mourn their loss. The immediate
cause of death is attributed to a com
plication of heart trouble. Tbe In
neral took place yusleiday and was
largely attended. Among those pres
ent from a distance were Attorney
William M. McAllister of tbe Warm
Springs bar and Miss Jauie Ervine,'
also from Warm ..Springs, a relative I
of the Hyde family. Six sous and two!
daughters survive Mr. Hyde. They]
are Charles H. Robert, Thomas 1., Jr.,
and Tobias Hyde of Clifton Forge and
F. A. Hit.c aud Wm. McA. Hyde,
Ducyt.iiid Maltie K. Hyde, all of
Augusta .-...nuty. Deceased was a half
brother to Mi. M. F. liilkeson and
I also to the late Dr. John W. Gilkeson
jof Mint Spring.
MR. KOBERT CLIFTON.
I On Wednesday 7lb inst. Mr. Robert
• Clifton, of Fordwick, died very snd
. den Ij of acute indigestion. Mr, Clif
i ton was a special police officer at Ford
, wick and on tbe day of bis death had
.' goue to Ferrol and Augusta Springs
in company witb other officers in
search of some escaping Dalian labor
ers who had jumpeJ their railway
fares due tbe Portland Cement Co.
The men were captured and were be
ing marched back down tbe track to
the works, when at, Augusta Springs
Mr. Clifton complained of Bevere in
digestion, and got some simple remedy
there to relieve it. A little further on
ue told his companion officers to go on
with the prisoners, that he would stoi,
oy the road side and rest up a bit till
ue felt better. After proceeding a few
anudred yards, one of tbe party look
ing back saw the sick man wave his
handkerchief at them and then fall to
tbe ground. They hastily returned
co his assistance, but found him mi
tonscious aud almost dead. In a few
second be bad passed away. Before
■ nosing to Fordwick deceased had
lived at Mt. Elliott Springs and wat
wellknown throughout the Valley ol
the Little Calf Pasture. He was a
member of tbe Craigsvllle lodge of tbe
Junior Order of American mechanics
md bis funeral was conducted by that
organization, Interment Thursday
Bth at Estaline Cbapel, Rev. L. L.
Moore of Craigsville officiating. The
following were tbe pall bearers, Messrs.
J. H. Bartley, J. L. Ford, Samuel
uraig, Albert Harris, C. B. Dinkle and
iJeo. New°rd. ;
Local Note, of Interest.
"Buck 1, Glover of Portsmouth, Va.,
has heen made crazy by the use of I
cigarettes. |
Miss Cornelia J. Taylor of Charlott
esville, has a farm for rent. Conveni
ent to market and well stocked.
The Rockingham Horse and Colt
Show given at Harrisonburg this week
was attend by large crowds and great
interest. The weather was ideal.
Tomorrow—Saturday 17th the Dem
ocratic Primary will be held—the vot
ing places being open from 12 o'clock
noon to 7p. m. All democrats should
attend and let there be a full i iression
of the popular will. j
A heat, light and electric power
plant has been chartered at Weyer's
Cave. Tbe incorporators are J. S.
Sellers, president; N. 1. Kagt 7, secre
tary and treasurer; J. ET. Crß ford, J-
B. Kagly and W. B. Wampler. Maxi
mum capital $5,000.
The Augusta County Sunday School
Association will hold its 24th Annual
Convention at Cave Station on B. &
O. R. It. August 22 and 23. A splendid
program has been prepared. Each
school is entitled to two delegates in
audition to the pastor and superinten-1
dent. S
Tbe Jamestown Advertising Car ar
rived in this city last Tuesday and I
remained bere during Wednesday,|
This car was furnished by the C. & O. I
to the Jamestown people and is being I
sent all along tbe line for the purpose!
of exploiting the great fair. Tbe carl
was in charge of a corps of trained ad-1
vertising men.
The new public school building on
Old market house site has been com-1
pleted and is ready for the opening of I
tbe school term next month. The
building ia especially equipped for thel
primary grades and is a model of up I
to dateness. Maj. F. H. Smith, super
intendent, will have tbe building open
for the inspection of tbe public on
fbursday 29th inst.
Tiie improvements at tbe Y. M. C.
A. are nearly completed and the inter
ior of the building is perhaps more at |
tractive than at any time since it was
first opened. New paper adorns the
walls and tbe wood work and book
shelves have been newly varnished,
lending brightness and attraction to
tbe whole building. The building
will probably be thrown open to the
public the early part of next week.
On Wednesday, Sept. 4th. at Head
waters, Highland county, a tourna
ment and series of base ball games will
be given, tbe participants coming from
Augusta, Highland and Bath counties.
Luncheon and refreshments are to be
served on the grounds and a big day
is promised to all who attend. The
committee on arrangements are Messrs.
W. R. Hicklin, V. B. Stewart and
John Leach.
The announcement of the Shenan
doah Collegiate Institute which ap
pears in our paper, will open its 32nd
session September 17th, with a full
corps of teachers. Its course is
thorough, and its pupils when gradu
ated stand right at tbe front, and al
ways meet every requiremeuu set for
them. For any information write E.
U. Hoenshel, principal or J. H. Rue
bush, musical director, Dayton, Va.
Miss Wine, a young lady, living
near Waynesboro, while fording the
swollen waters of Long Meadows Run
last week, was thrown from ber buggy
and narrowly escaped drowning. She
together with her team were swept
under tbe flood gate below the ford
Both, however, succeeded in reaching
the bank and were safe, though she
was much bruised and exhausted by
the severe ordeal. Mr. Wade Coiner
saw tbe accident and hurried to the
assistance of the young lady, taking
her to his home for the night. j
Hext week Prince Wilhelm, son of
the Crown Prince of Sweden, is ex
pected to visit the Jamestowß Expos
ition, and the society folt in that
section are much exercised ver it.
Tue Prince comes to our Exposition
on the invitation of President Koose-,
velt communicated to King Oscar of
Sweden through Commissioner-Gen
eral Koblsaat. Tbe Prince will arrive
in a Swedish man of war accompanied
by a number of distinguished persons.
An elaborate program for the enter
tainment of the visitors is being pre
pared.
Two offices of the Powbattan Guards
' at Jamestown had a fist fight and five
I officers of the guard resigned.
I I Rev. F. A. Rodriques, a native of
I Brazil and a missionary in that coun
try of the Southern Presbyterian
j chnrch, died Tuesday evening at tt«
- Assembly Home, in Fredericksburg,
- aged 60 years. He was on a furlough
herewith his family. Bright's disease
i! was tbe cause of bis death. A widow.
i! three sons and one daughter survive
. him.
Are olten a warning of eye
troubles. Better get your
eyesight tested, so that any
coming defect may be reme
died in time. We will ex
amine your eyes carefully;
if there is anything worng,
or if there isn't —we will
tell you so.
If glasses are needed our
charges foi them are tnode
erate.
We grind our own lenses in
our Optical Department.
H. L. LANG,
Staunton, - Va.
NOW IN FULL SWING.
lamestown Ter-Centennlai Exposition i
Colonial City — Army and
Navy Display.
Never before has there been held an
exposition with so many attractive
features as the Jamestown Ter-Cen
tennial, now in full swing on Hamp
ton Roads. The Ter-Centennial is
now complete in all of its details and
presents to tbe visitor a most attrac
tive display. The immense exhibit
palaces, state and government build
ings, all of a permanent or semi-per
manent construction, set off with
abundant shade trees and foliage, give
to the Exposition an appearance dis
tinct from all of its predecessors.
Within an hour's ride by either boat
or train are such historic places as
Yorktown, where Cornwallis surrend
ered to tbe Continental army, and
Jamestown Island, tbe "Cradle of
America." Just across the waters of
Hampton Roads are located Old Point
Comfort and Fort Monroe, the strong
est and most important artillery sta
tion on tbe Atlantic coast, whose grim
walls and winding moat make it one
of tbe most picturesque spots in tbe
country, These and many other places
of historic interest give an appropriate
setting to the Jamestown Exposition,
which commemorates the three hun
dredth anniversary of tbe first per
manent English speaking settlement
in America.
Owing to tbe fact that the James
town Ter-Centennial is the first cele
bration ever held on deep water in this
country, there has been going on al
most continually a grand naval spec
tacle of a kind such as America has
never seen before. The entire North
Atlantic fleet, under the command of
Rear Admiral Evans, squadron by
squadron, will rendezvous in Hamp
ton Roads from time to time, giving
the visitor to tbe exposition ample op
portunity to see the strongest fleet of
battleships in the world. There will
be at all times during the summer at
least six men of war in tbe roads.
The army, as well as tbe nayy, is
well represented at tbe Exposition, and
dally parades by regiments of United
States troops are to be seen on Lee's j
Parade, one of tbe largest and best
equipped drill plains in tbe country.
Stationed at the exposition grounds at
present are the entire Twenty-third
regiment of United States cavalry and
D battery of the Third field artillery
Several regiments of the national
guard of various States, besides nu
merous military and semi military or
ganizations, are encamped at the ex
position from time to time. Each of
these military organizations brings its
own band, which, together with tbe
exposition orchestras and bands, gives
a continuous and varied musical pro
gram.
The government exhibits, housed in
four handsome structures on the
water front, comprise one of the most
complete and comprehensive displays
of the work of the various departments
of tbe government ever assembled.
Tbe individual states have also come
forward at this exposition with their
co-operation, and twenty of tbem have
erected buildings to represent tbem,
while practically every state is repre
sented iv exhibits, historical, educa
tional, or industrial. These state
buildings are located on Willongbby
Boulevard, a grand avenue paralleling
the water front, and from tbe broad
pLzza of the state structures tbe
visitor may rest and view tbe magnifi
cent and historic harbor where the
fleets of tbe world might rest at an
chor. In tbe immediate front appear
tbe great white men of war of our own
and ofttimes a foreign nation's and
yachts, sloops, schooners and mer
chant vessels of every kind. Beyond
are the frowning walls of Fort Monroe
and the beautiful social retreat of tbe
coast, Old Point Comfort. To the
left, and further up the roads, toward
where tbe James mingles its waters
with the salt tide of the sea, may be
seen the city of .Newport News, witb
tbe greatest shipyards in the world.
To the right appears the broadening
channel from roads to bay and from
bay to broad and mighty Atlantic out
between capes Charles and Henry.
Tbe illumination at night is a scene
in itself worthy of a journey tbere to
witness, and, witb all tbe outlines of
the buildings aglow, the paths of the
Canoe Trail and Lover's Lane twink
ing with tbe myriads of little lights,
the War Path a blaze of electricity, the
Biowerful searchlights playing
avens with their mysterious
es and fifty miles of shore lines |
with the lights of a half dozen
,nd nestling towns, what spec
tacle more beautiful could be imagin-
On tbe amusement section of tbe ex
position, called the Warpath, there is
every amusement and diversion,
I where the visitor, after a long day of
j sight seeing can relax and let himself
drift with the pleasure seekers from
one amusement to another, where tbe
| lights ever twinkle and the noise of
oriental music floats out on tbe air.
FROM STUART'S DRAFT.
LAWN PARTY—rKUSONAL MENTION,
c S'uartV Draft, Va , Aug. 14—Tie
r Peo nle'B Bank halldina looks gilt"
swell now since the finishing touches
f have been added. The gift lettering
- on the large glass windows is the skil
ful work of Mr. J. li Jones, ■ local
painter of considerable ability in his
; line. The furniture and oi-hei interior
fittings of the bank are all in place and
make a handsome appearance.
■ Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. 11. L
Kerr of Richmond, came up to spend
an over Sunday here with Mr. Kerr's
r J
brother, Mr. F. A. Kerr. On Monday
- they together with Mr. Alexander
Kerr aud the family of Mr. F. A. Kerr
drove to Staunton, where the Rich
1 uioitd visitor.- that night took train to.
their home in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Diekerson of tbis
neighborhood, are spending some lays
at the Jamestown Exposition.
Mr. C. H. Cobron and wife have re
turned from a visit of several weeks to
• Atlantic City.
Deputy Postmaster 11. A. Hanger,
who, with bis family, has been living
in town since -last winter, has tbis
week moved back to tbe farm place
I about three miles distant on tbe Green
ville road.
Mr. S. 11. Moore, casbier of tbe Peo
pie's Bank, spent last Sunday at his
old home in Rockingham county.
' On Wednesday last a largely attend
1 ed pic-nic was given iv the hotel yard
and on Thursday of next week (22nd
inst.) a lawn party will be given on
the grounds at Calvary Church near
here. Tbe public are most cordially
invited.
Democratic Primary.
Don't forget that tomorrow, the
17th, is the date for the Democratic
Primary. Let all Democrats turn out
and give tbe candidates a large vote.
!■ m mm
Out On Bail.
The preliminary trial of Wm. Brooks,
Jr., and Ilapper Brooks, colored, for
shooting and beating Wm. T. Walter
at the Horse Show grounds on Tues
day was held Friday morning before
Police Justice Glasgow. Capt. Carter
Braxton, commonwealth's attorney,
represented the state, and Mr. Charles
Curry, the accused. A number of wit
nesses were examined, and tbe accused
were held to answer to the grand jury.
Later Judge Holt was applied to for
bail, and he allowed tbem to give bail
in the sum of $1,000 and $200 respect,
ively.
„ — m %
Wets File Answer.
Saturday afternoon the answer of
the wets to the charges made by
tbe drys in the contest over the local j
option election of July 12, was filed by l
their counsel, Messrs. Patrick & Gor- j.
don, Timberlake & Nelson, H, H.
Wayt, and Cbas. Curry. It was the r
last day on which tbe-answer could be c
filed. Tbe contest will probably not (
be heard before the September term of
court. They also filed a motion to
quash on four grounds: The complaint ,
does not purport to be complaint of
fifteen or more qualified voters of city,
no notice of filing has been given as
required by law; two of persons make
ing complaint have not subscribed tbe
oath that the facts alleged are true to
the best of their knowledge and belief; l
the complaiut does not set forth facts "
sufficient to entitle to relief, or to give
court jurisdiction, etc. The answer i
is a general denial of all tbe charges s
brought by tbe drys in regard to the t
conduct of the election. J
c
Jones—Baker.
The frieuds of Miss Bessie Baker
here were greatly surprised at tbe an
nouncement of her marriage, the news
of which reached here last Tuesday
Miss Baker is a daughter of Mr. C. S.
Baker of this city, and is one of the °
most popular and beautiful of Staun
ton's young society women. She had
been visiting in the home of her mar- s
ried sister, Mrs. B. F. Stollenwerck, at g
Greensboro; Ala., for some weeks, and a
was tbere married to Mr. Lee Jones of t
that place, the wedding being a quiet 1
one in the presence of only a few I
friends. Mr. Jones attended theUUn- t
versity of Virginia and has frequently t
visited Staunton and has made friends
here. The intended wedding was kept ,
so secret, that when tbe announcement ,
of its consummation reached here it
created quite a little sensation among (
the bride's host of friends iv this city. ,
Tuesday tbe young couple arrived .
here and have since been visiting at ,
the Baker home. Today they will
leave for a bridal tour, which includes
a visit to Jamestown Exposition aud .
other points east, after which they will
take up their residence in Greensboro,
Ala
Compulsory Education.
Last Saturday tbe Augusta County
School board was in session at tbe
Courthouse in tbe office of Superin
tendent Peale, a full attendance being
present. After some routine work a
i resolution was offered by Mr. John W.
i Todd and seconded by Mr. Samuel I
Farrer, asking our Senator aud repre
sentatives in the next General Assem
I bly to support a bill authorizing com -
i pulsory education in those cities
I and counties throughout tbe State,
whose school boards desire it. Tbe
s resolution was debated at some length
> aud finally adopted by a unanimous
f vote.
9 The new State constitution em
- powers tbe legislature to enact a com
, pulsorv educational law (with certain
c restriction) giving to each school board
? throughout the State the option of
si adopting it. Children under or over
is (certain ages are exempt and the local
n school boards at their discretion may
exempt others where the circum
stances seem to warrant it. Such a
law at the option of the b iards would
be very advantageous in many ways,
i giving discretionary powers where
, and when to apply the law, in Lhe
f localities needing It or debarring ie
f I operatiou in places where it is not de
i sired. The resolution as adopieci
s| will be placed in tbe hands of oui
f State representatives at the piopei
I time.
National Commander Army and Navy Union
Says: "I Have No Hesitation In Endorsing Peruna As An Efficient Remedy Eor Catarrh."
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J. EDWIN BROWNE.
J. Edwin Browne, National Commander Army and Navy Union of U. S. A.,
11011 th street, N. E., Washington, D. C, writes:
"I have no hesitation in endorsing your Peruna as a most efficient cure
for catarrh. My own experience and that of many friends who have
been benefited by its use recommend it to all persons suffering from that
complaint."
Says Peruna Saved His Life.
"Peruna has cured me of catarrh. I
can work all day, eat hearty, sleep
well, and my digestion Is all right.
I was not able to do a day's work last
year. I candidly feel that using your
medicine was the means of saving my
life. I find it is just what it is recom
mended to be, and I speak in highest
praise of Peruna. I shall recommend
it to all my friends."—Alvis A. Nelson,
Virgilina, Va.
When any one has catarrh of the head
or throat they know it. Bnuffing, sneez
ing, coughing, spitting, gagging, chok
ing—these are some of the symptoms.
When any one has catarrh of the bron
chial tubes they are not quite so apt to
recognize their trouble as catarrh, al
though there are a great many people
who begin to appreciate the fact that ca
tarrh of the bronchial tubes is sure to
create a cough.
Catarrh produces symptoms according
to the place in the body where the ca
tarrh is located. Catarrh deranges the
function cf any organ.
If thecatarrri bo in the stomach it pro
duces dyspepsia.
mother of a tine son, born at tbe Astor
home, Cliveden, near London.
The troops now at Onan-cock will
probably be kept tbere until after tbe
capture of the negro editor Urate in
order to prevent an outbreak.
George Midgeth, the negro murderer
confined in Ftedericksburg jail, was
discovered making a bole in the jail
wall just in time to prevent his escape.
Mrs. Dollie Liinmeriek of Stafford
county, has instituted suit iv the Staf
ford County Court for a divorce from
William Limtnerick. Trie couple was
married three years ago in Wasbing-
Morris F. Van Hoses, the Baltimore
and Ohio telegraph operator who was I
shot by mistake near Hancock Sta- j
tlon, was buried in the country grave
yard near bis old home, in Morgan
county. West Va.
W. C Barrett has been named as tbe
successor of O Eickert a division en
gineer of *be Monongahela division of
the Baltimore and Ohio railway, with
headquarters at Grafton. Mr. Rick.
ert DM taken the position of engineer
of maintenance of way of tbe Missouri
Inspectors Smith and Miller, repre
sentiug the West Virginia Experiment
Station, are Inspecting tbepeacborch
ards in Hampshire sod Morgan coun
ties. West Va., iv compliance with the
law passed by the last \\ <:si Virginia
Legislature. The trees iureefed with
the yellows were found Vo be coinpaia
ttvely small.
Miss Fannie Pancake, daughter of
Mr. I. 11. C Pancake, of Rminey, W.
Va., and Dr. Edward Taltnage West
will be married io the Pr<sbvteriau
church at Jackson City, Term., on
Wednesday evening, August 21. They
will reside at Hot Springs, g D..
where Dr. West i* located Miss Pan
cake h-Aa been visiting ber sister, Mrs.
Brown, iv Jackson City. Her parents
are also there.
Mrs. Shirley Abshire, wife of a
prominent farmer of Wnite Hall, and
two young daughters, narrowly escap
ed being killed hy a runaway horse]
Tuesday evening. She was driving to I
Winchester when tbe animal dashed
tbe vehicle against h post and leaped
over a fence, throwing Mrs. Absbirt
out with terrible force and seriousl>
injured her. She was picked up by
W. U. Trimble, a neighbor, aud tak-.-n
! borne. Tbe children remained iv the
Ibuggv and escaped injury.
'Regular as the Sun"
j is an expression as old as tbe race. No
I doubt tbe rising aud setting of tbe sun
I Is the most regular performance in tbe
i universe, unless it is the action of the
liver and bowels when regulated with
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaranteed
.by 15. F. Hughes, druggist. 25c.
The Limit of Life.
The most eminent medical scientists
are unanimous in tbe conclusion that
' the generally accepted limitation of
1 i human life is many years below the
■ attainment possible witb the advanced
1 knowledge of which the* race is now
' possessed. The critical period, that
, determines its duration; seems to be
c between 50 and 80; the proper care of
a tbe body during this decade c innot
s be too strongly urged; carelessness then
i being fatal to longevity. Nature's beet
d h" ;>er after 50 is E'ee-tric Bitters, the
r scientific tonic medicine that revital
ir izes every organ of the body. Huaran
If in the lungs it is apt to set np con
sumption.
If located in the kidneys or bladder it
produces urinary disorders.
If in the bowels it deranges the bowels.
Catarrh medicine, in order to be effec
tive, should be an internal remedy, and
not a local application.
Peruna has maintained its reputation
for many years as an internal catarrh
remedy. It operates throughout the
whole system. It benefits 3atarrh of the
pelvic organs the same as catarrh of the
head or throat.
The Family Relies on Peruna.
A. Howitt Nickerson, Capt.. U. S.
Army, Adjutant General on General
McCook's staff, writes from the Census
Building, Washington, D. C, as follows:
"It affords me great pleasure to re
commend Peruna as a most excellent
tonic with many medicinal qualities
that assist nature in overcoming the
various ills with which the hnmam fam
ily is often afflicted, and is always in
gjftgjgggg*
"Brush" Shell*
For Bird Shooting
These shells make a big
open pattern at ranges
most birds are shot.
With them you can use
your duck or trap gun
for field shooting with
out mutilating the game.
They are loaded in
"Leader" and "Repeater"
grades. Your dealer
can get them for you.
GET WINCHESTER SHELLS
ACCEPT NO OTHERS
/Don't Push y|
\\ The horse can draw the JJhS
\\ load without help, if you ||H«
l\ reduce friction to almost IWivm
\\ nothing by applying '**■£?
fk_ M ica:.
; ~€. reage JyL| W
to the wheels. / lYjj|
i/ffiVf ot ' lcr lubri- \_ ImtTjl
¥ llj* Cant eVer mao - e T JBvlll
%sgf wears so lon<j ( |l BRv
and saves so much I I/mW
horse power. Next time j
try Mica Axle Grease. Df
Standard Oil Co. gtf
Incorporated Taaa**^^^
Trustee's Sale
By virtue of the suthority vested in me
as Trustee under a certain deed of trust,
executed by A. H. V. Long and husband,
dated January 16th, 1906, and duly of rec
ord in the County Clerk's office of Augus
ta county, in Deed Book 147, page 31&, de
fault having been made in the payment
of the debt secured in said deed of trust in
accordance with the terms therein set
forth, and being required so to do by the
holder of said debt, I will offer for sale at
public auotion in front of the county
court house in the city of Staunton, on
Monday, August 26th. 1907,
at 12 o'clock noon, mat certain real estate
passing under said deed of trust, situated
in Beverly Manor District, Auirasta coun
ty, about four miles from tbe city of
Staunton, on the Port Republic road, beinK
described as three parcels in said deed of
trust, but all constituting one tract and
containing in the aggregate about 39 acres,
be tin* same mora'or less
This property is located in a splendid
neighborhood, has on it a good frame
dwelling house, stable and other out
buildings, and considerable fruit of good
varieties, and will make a nice home for
any one wanting a small farm near the
city or Staunton"
TERMS OF SALE CASH. But better
arrangements may be made by the pur
-1 chaser with the holder of the debt secured
l in said deed of trust, if such is desired.
For further information apply to the un
' dersigned at the office of E. J. dishing,
. Crowle Building, Staunton, Va
R C. ANDERSON,
7 26 5t Trustee.
"As a general thing, I have been op
posed to what are known as patent
medicines, but Peruna has long since
overcome this feeling. It is now, as it
has been for a long time, a well estab
lished family medicine with us, upon
which we rely to give tired nature sub
stantial restoration."
Terrible Case of Indigestion,
Mr. Donald Robb, Jr., 16 Wright*
Aye., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Deputy Su
preme Chief Ranger, Independent
Order of Forresters, writes:
" While on a visit to Boston I must
have eaten something that did not agree
with my stomach, as a terrible case of
indigestion followed. Peruna was re
commended to me, and after using three
bottles 1 was entirely cured. 1 there
fore recommend Peruna to any one
suffering with stomach trouble."
Every trace of Catarrh Cone.
Mr. James P. Bracken, 610 Tenth Aye.,
New York City, K. V., has occupied the
office of Water Inspector of Now York
City, for the past fifteen years. He
carries on an extensive plumbing busi
ness at 010 10th Aye. He is Past Deputy
of Grand Knights of Reigna Celia Coun
cil. Knights of Columbus, N. Y. He
writes as follows:
"For nearly a doznn years catarrh has
bothered me in one form or another. 1
was troubled with nasal catarrh, that
had affected my stomach,which troub
led me most in the morning. My appe
tite was poor, and I did not seem to
relish my food. Indigestion bothered me
at times also. I wa3 advised to take
Peruna, and I took it as prescribed for
a month when my cure was almost com
plete. Today there is not a trace of ca
tarrh in my system, and I can say with
out hesitation that Peruna cured me."
Agreeable and Effective Tonic.
General John Finn, Washington,
D. C, veteran soldier of the civil war, a
prominent Grand Army man and com
mander of the oldest post in the United
States, John A. Rawlins Post No. 1.
department of the Potomac, Grand
Army of the Republic, writes:
" Peruna was recommended to me by
many of my associates and I have given
it a fair trial. Have found it a most
agreeable and effective tonic, pleasant
soothing, and leaves one free from the
deleterious effects produced by the
many nostrums now on the market. 1
have suffered from catarrhal afflictions
the past win tor, and have found Peruna
most beneficial and commend it for
what it has done for me."
Relieves Mind and Body.
Mr. G. W. Woodbury, Rogers, Ohio,
formerly Captain and Center of the
Hiram College Basket Ball Team,
writes:
"When body and mind alike were
weary and refused to work, a few doses
of Peruna restored lost strength and in
vigorated quicker and more perma
nently than anything I know.''
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
To the Voters of Augusta County and City
of Staunton:
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
for the House ot Delegates of Virginia
from the county of Augusta and city of
Staunton, subject to the Democratic pri
mary to be held Saturday, August 17. I
shall if nominated and elected, eudeavor
to faithfully and earnestly represent tbe
wishes of my constituents to tlie utmost of
my power, and to promote the welfare of
the entire State. Soliciting the support of
all Democrats, 1 am,
Very respectfully,
614tdp J. A. PATTERSON.
To the Voters of Augusta County and City
of Staunton :
At the solicitation of many friends I an
nounce my caintiitacy for re-election as a
member of trie House of Delegates of Vir
ginia from the county of Augusta and city
of Staunton, subject to the Democratic
primary, 1 shall, if re-elected, emleavor
in the future as 1 have always in the past,
to faithfully and honestly represent the
wishes of my constituents of the county
and city, and to promote the welfare and
best interests of the State at large,
Respectfully,
6 21 tdp S. H. WALKER.
To my fellow citizens of Augusta Couuty
and tbe City of Staunton:
As the time approaches when it becomes
necessary to select your tiepresen'atives
in the next General Assembly, and deeply
appreciating the honor you have done me
in the past; and the oontiilence reposed iv
me, I hereby announce my candidacy for
re election as a i member of the House of
Delegates, subject to the Democratic pri
mary.
If it is your pleasure to nominate and
elect me, 1 will as iv the past, to the ex
tent of my ability, faithfully discharge
the duties and obligations resting upon
me, for the good, and the best interests of,
the people.
Respectfully,
621 tdp J W. CHURCHMAN,
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
To the Voters of Augusta County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re election to the otßce of County
Treasurer, subject 'o the aotiou of the
Democratic primary to beheld on the 17tn
of August, and I earnestly solicit the sup
port ot the voters ot the county.
Very respectfully,
621tdp J. N. McKAKLAND.
FOR SHERIFF.
1 hereby announce myself a candidal*
for re-election to the oA.ee of .Sheriff of
Augusta County and City ot Staunton,
subject to trie Democratic primary to ba
held August 17th, ami respectfully solicit
the support of the voters of the I'mimy of
Augusta and City ot .Staunton.
6 2ltdp W. AKI'UUK WILLSOX.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Sheriff of Augusta couuty and the City
ot Staunton subject to the Democratic pri
mary, to be held August 17th. If nomi
nated and elected 1 pledge mysell to dis
charge tbe duties of the otlioe to the best
of my ability. Kespectf uUy,
021 tup ' JNO. h. McUrXOIIAN.
To the Voters of Augusta County and City
Of Staunton:
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff for the County ot
Augusta and City of Staunton, subject to
the Democratic primary, and respectfully
solicit your support.
t>2ltdp M. F. GILKESON.
COMMONWEATrTS ATTORNEY,
To the Voters of Augusta County:
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
for re eleotion to the office of attorney for
the Commonwealth for Augusta county,
subject to the aotion of the Democratic
primary to be held August 17th, and res
pectfully solicit your support.
Very respectfully,
tj 28 tdp RICHARD S. KEK.
FOB SUPERVISOR.
At the solicitation of a number of my
friends. I have decided to aunonnoe my
candidacy for Supervisor from Beverley
Manor district, subject to the Democratic
Primary. I respectfully solicit tbe suport
of tbe voters and pledge myself to a faith
ful performance of the duties of the office
if elected. Very respeotfully,
7 12 tdp W. A. McOOKB.
We Are Virginians.
We pay Highest Prices for Old
Rubber, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc,
Mixea Rags, Iron and
ALL KINDS OF JUNK.
See us before Selling.
Nlessersmith & Co.,
8 2 tf Johnson St.

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