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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON.
Chaylis Town. W. Va., November 13,1900.
BOOT AND SHOE N EWS.
OUB FALL STOCK IS NOW ARRIVING,
AND IT WILL BE A PLEASURE FOR TOU
TO EXAMINE IT. IT IS LARGE AND
ADAPTED TO EVERT POSSIBLE WANT.
I? YOU ARE IN 8EABCH OF BELIABLE
BOOTS AND SHOES, COME TO US, MAKE
TOUR SELECTIONS FROM GOODS
BOUGHT WITH CARE AND SOLD ON
REPRESENTATIONS OF MERIT THAT
NEVER FAIL.
Big Reduction in Ail
Summer Goods.
MEN'S AND LADIES' LOW SHOES AT
COST. STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE.
Ott Bros.
Local Miscellany.
Wc want wood.
Circuit Court Nov. 20.
Jolliffe's Bright Lights.
Pay your taxes, says the sheriff.
Hard and soft coal. Burns Bros.
Wall has been selling lots ot .cattle.
Horse shoes and nails. Burns Bros.
Corn and hay at retail. Burns Bros.
Carload Irish potatoes. Burns Bros.
White Lily flour sold only by Landis.
Bran, middlings and oats. Burns Bros.
Salt, wholesale and retail. Burns Bros.
White Star coffee sold only by Landis.
Oil heating stoves at C. N. Coleman's.
Highestmarket price for corn. Burns
Bros.
Buy your stock cattle and feeders of
Wall.
Look out for the meteoric shower to
night.
Corn and Wood wanted at the Stirit
office.
Wall does the cattle trade of the Lower
Valley.
New assortment of gloves at Palm
baum's.
New table linens and towels at Palm
baum's.
New underwear and hosiery at Palm
baum's.
Six mules to sell, good workers, by C.
F. Wall.
Corn knives and Fodder twine at C. N.
Coleman's.
A. G. Wynkoop sells farms and town
properties.
New blankets, comforts and flannels at
Palmbaum's.
Novelties in Dress Goods and silks at
Palmbaum's.
Palmbaums are receiving tall and win
ter dress goods.
We had quite a heavy snow-squall here
Thursday evening.
Quaker ground oats for cows, colts and
sheep. Burns Bros.
Election day was marked by good or
der in Charles Town.
Pictures framed and frames made to
?order at Dr. Bishop's.
Jolliffe's Bright Lights at Washington
Hall Wednesday night.
If you want to sell your farm put it in
A. G. Wynkoop's. hands.
Enterprise meat choppers and lard
^presses at C. N. Coleman's.
Boys' school suits, a great stock to se
lect from, at Kahn's, Sadler block.
"The* Monarch Shirt." white and
ifancy, the kind that fit, at Ott Bros.
Why didn't you wait and get cattle from
"Wall, you would have saved money.
For fine stationer}-, perfumeries, toilet
articles, etc., go to Neills drug store.
$16,000 to loan on real estate, in sums
tosuil. A. G. Wynkoop, Real Estate Agt.
An elegant new stock of dry goods,
notions, queensware, boots and shoes,
groceries, and provisions, just received
by D. S. Hughes.
You can Cough
yourself into
bronchitis,pneu
monia, and con
sumption.
Bandaging
and bundling
your throat
will do no
good.
You must give
your throat and
lungs rest and
allow the cough
wounds to heal.
There is noth
ing so bad for a
cough as cough
ing. Stop it by
using
%
?
Even the cough of early
consumption is cured.
And, later on, when the
disease is firmly fixed,
you can bring rest and
comfort in every case.
A 25 cent bottle will
cure new coughs and
colds; the 50 cent size is
better for settled coughs
of bronchitis and weak
lungs; the one dollar size
is more economical for
chronic cases and con
sumption. It's the size
you should keep on hand.
" All families ought to be on the
watch for sudden attacks of croup
or acute lung troubles. Ereiycoun
or acuta lung troubles. Kveiy coun
try home in the land should keep
Cherry Pectoral constantly on hand
>rovide against an emergency."
Josiah O. Willis, M.D.,
1.14,1838. Holland, Mich.
Personal Hention.
Mr. E. M. Miskimon was in town from
Westori last Thursday.
Mr J Frank Briscoe was down from
Front Royal last Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Eby have re
moved to Washington City.
Mrs Margaret Billips has returned to
town, and is at the Carter House.
Rev Dr Bond was a guest at the Meth
odist parsonage Saturday morning.
Hon. Geo. R. Wendlingandfamily re
turned to Washington City Saturday.
Miss Laura Hughes has returned from
a visit to triends in Loudoun county, Va.
Mrs. George Washington has been
spending a few days in Washington City.
Deputy Sheriff S. C. Young was laid
up with a very bad cold several days
last week.
Mr. L. A. Osbourn was the victim of
the grip for a few days, but is getting a
bout again.
Mrs Lattimore D Carter, of Louisville,
Ky. is the guest of her parents, Mr and
Mrs Cleon Moore.
Rev Frank Ambler and bride, of Geor
gia, are guests of Mr and Mrs Geo S
Eyster, at Halltown.
Mr. Wm. H. Wilson was here from
Lexington several days last week, the
guest of Capt. George Baylor.
Mrs. Geo. P. Yoe, of Morristown,
Tcnn.. is visiting her daughter, Mrs John
C Burns, at Flowing Springs."
We were pleased to meet Messrs. Jacob
and Benj. Vorus, two of Clarke county's
staunch farmers, in town yesterday.
Miss Amelia Keerl went Wednesday
morning to Berkeley county, to be pres
ent at the wedding of her niece. Miss
Amelia Harlan.
MiC C. G. Miley, ot Loudoun county.
Va., an old veteran of Pickett's Division,
visited liis brother, Mr. A. D. Miley, in
this place, last week.
Misses Katie and Mattie Swan, of
Washington City, spent several days last
week with the family of the editor of the
Spirit of Jefferson?
Mr. Wm. Riddleberger has been over
from Martinsburg, joining his wife who
has been sick of typhoid fever at the resi
dence of her parents, Mr and Mrs C M
Hough, in this place.
Dr. Hugh Nelson Leavell. ot Louis
ville, Ky., and Miss Hattie Rodman, of
the same place, were married in that city
on Wednesday. Dr. Leavell was a for
mer resident of Jefferson county.
Invitations are out for the marriage of
Mr. John C. Kanode to Miss Minnie Ed
ington Rhinaman. to take place on Wed
nesday evening, November 21, at 7 30
o'clock, in St. John's P. E. Church, at
Rippon.
Third Assistant Secretary of State
Thomas W. Cridler and brother David
came up from Washington City to Har
per Ferry to vote. Mr. Charles Davie?,
well known in the county, was also up
from Washington to add to his party vote.
Mr and Mrs. N. S. J. Strider announce
the marriage ot their daughter, Ida
Miriam, to Mr. .Harry Joseph Warthen,
a very prominent electrical engineer of
Washington, D. C. The ceremony will
take place in Washington, Thursday,
November 29, at 5 p. m.
Miss Margaret C. Worthington, of
Mary-land, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr.
R. E. Venning, in this city. Miss Worth
ington has been a missionary in the ex
treme western part of China for the past
six years, returning to her home in Mary
land since the uprising of the Chinese in
the Celestial Empire.
We were pleased to have a call on
Monday of last week from Messrs. Lurty
Irick and Frank Melhorn, two agreeable
young gentlemen of Staunton, Va.,?the
former of the cigar establishment of Mr.
Chas. E. Haines, and the latter clerk for
Mr. Andrew Bowling, President of the
Jefferson Milling Company of this place.
Dr. Wilbur L. Walraven, of Coetello,
Pa., spent a few days in the county and
left on Monday afternoon of last week
for home. The doctor is a former Jeffer
son county boy, and a true blue Demo
crat. Notwithstanding he now hails from
such a strong Republican State, he ex
pected to travel all night and until noon
Tuesday in order to get home in time to
cast a ballot for Wm. J. Bryan.
Mr. F. L. Beller has erected an addi
tion to the dwelling of Mr. D. W. Clen
dening, near Ramey s Shop.
A fire alarm about 7:30 last evening
was caused by a burning chimney at the
residence of Mrs. Crosby.
The president and directors of the Penn
sylvania Railroad went south over the N.
& W. Railway, on a tour of inspection
yesterday.
Mr. Edward Allen, whilst accompany
ing the funeral of Gordon Davis to town
last Sunday, was kicked by his horse on
the left arm and painfully injured.
Mr. Robt. L. Lefevre, a prominent
young farmer, and Miss Amelia K. Har
lan were married at Falling Waters Pres
byterian Churcli, Berkeley county, Wed
nesday evening, by Rev. E. L. Leyburn,
The bride is a niece of the Misses Keerl,
of this place, and well known here.
P. Gordon Davis, son of ex-Sheriff
Albert G. Davis died suddenly Thursday,
at the home of his father near Rippon.
aged 36 years. Funeral services were
held at the house Sunday morning, by
Rev. Dr. A. C. Hopkins, assisted by Rev.
F. A. Strother and Rev. Mr. Brooker.
Interment in Edge Hill Cemetry.
Jolliffe's Bright Lights are announced
to appear at Washington Hall to-morrow
(Wednesday) night. This company has
won a fine reputation, and offers a popu
lar, pleasing exhibition?nothing to effend.
all to please. Grand street parade by
their superb brass band. Admission 25
cts.; children under twelve years iscts.
Reserved seats 10 cts. extra.
Col and Mrs R P Chew and Miss Chris
tine W Chew entertained the Euchre Club
Friday evening. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. George Porterfleld, Mr. ar.d
Mr*. H. H. C<?oke. Mr- and Mr*. Jutnun M.
Maron, Jr., Mr. aud Mrs. Waiter Wuehlngton,
MIm Sara W. Cot*. Mies Vvbei'?ti M. Trupncll.
Ml? Louie Baylor. Mlu Lillle Willi,., AJiss
Angelicas. Crosby : Mis* Knowltou, of Wash
ington ; Mln Kebi-c-a Boiling, of Baltimore ;
Capt. George Baylor, A. 8. Allen. C eon B.
Moore. Robert A.Atkinson, Thomas U.Moore,
J. A. Eyster, Jr.. E. C. Wortblngton, Nat
Washington, Robert Chew, George T. Mght
und Ueury Alexander.
Church Items.
Rev. J. H. Watkins will preach at Mill
ville next Sunday at n a. m.
Rev. Dr. C. N. Campbell preached in
the Presbyterian Church Sunday morn
ing.
Rev. Dr. C..N. Campbell will preach at
Halltown next Sunday, afternoon, at 3
o'clock.
Rev. Frank Ambler, of Georgia,
preached in Zion Episcopal Church Sun
day morning.
Rev. J. B. McLaughlin, of Arkansas,
preached in the M. E. Church South
Sunday night.
There were two baptisms at the Sun
day morning service in the Charles-Town
Baptist Church.
Rev. H. H. Kennedy expects to begin
a protracted meeting in the M. E. Church
South next Sunday night.
Services in St. James' Catholic Church,
Charles Town, on the 4th Sunday of
each month, at 10:10 a. m.
There will be no preaching in the
Charles Town Baptist Church next Sun
day morning. The pastor will preach at
night.
Eighteen candidates for admission in
to the l'"ree Baptist Church (Colored) were
baptized by Rev. C. C. Wrainwright
Sunday morning.
Rev. F. A. Strother began a protracted
meeting at Summit Point on Nov. 9,
which will be continued until the 23d.?
Preaching each evening at 7 p. m.
The Third Quarterly Conference for
Jefferson Circuit, M. E. Church South,
will be held at Leetown Nov. 24 and 25.
The meeting will be protracted for ten
days at least.
The protracted meeting in the Charles
Town Baptist Church, during which
Rev. Mr. Johnson of Hagerstown de
livered a series of able sermons, closed
Friday night.
A memorial service will be held by the
Leetown Baptist Church next Sunday
morning, in honor of their late beloved
pastor, Rev. \V. R. D. Moncure. Rev.
L. R, Milbourne, of Charies Town will
preach the sermon.
The corner-stone of the new Methodist
Church at Halltown will be laid, with
appropriate Masonic ceremonies, on Tues
day, November 20?exercises at 10 a. m.
Addresses will be delivered by Revs. J. C.
Thrasher, F. A. Strother and others.
Public cordially invited.
The installation of Rev. D. H. Scanlon
as pastor of the Presbyterian Church at
Berryville will take place Sunday, Nov.
18, at 11 a. m. Rev. Dr. James R. Gra
ham will preside and propound the ques
tions to the pastor and the people. Rev.
Dr. A. C. Hopkins will deliver the
charge to the pastor, and Rev. Mr. Trip
lett will charge the people.
Owing to the inclement weather on
last Sunday the Rally Day services were
not held at Oakland and Leetown Meth
odist Churches. They will be held at Lee
town next Sunday at 10 a. m., and at
Oakland, Sunday, Nov. 25, at 7 p. m.
The members of the church are expected
to make their annual contributions for
conference collections on this day.
Public Sales.
Wednesday, November 14?Personal
Property, by A. D. Myers, Agent for Mrs.
Wra Lloyd.
Tuesday, November 13.?House and
Lot in Charles Town, by George W.
Graham, Trustee.
Monday, November 26th.?Personal
Property of the late Dr. Thos. H. Buck,
by Eugene Baker, Admir.
Mr. C. \V. Taylor has painted the dwel
ling of Mrs. Dr. Luke and Miss Margaret
Timberlake.
The Charles Town Brick and Tile Co.
have finished burning a kiln of brick, a
first-class article, which are now ready
for the market.
Mr. Frank Stipes, of Harpers Ferry,
had a leg amputated on account of a
diseased bone, Drs. Ranson and Tearney
performing the operation.
Miss Bettie Rico I'uge mid Mr. Charles
McCoriuick Brown, of Kerryville, were
inarrit'd in Grace Episcopal Church, Bcrry
ville, Wednesday evening, 7lh, by the Rec
tor, Rev. Edward Wall.
Rev, W. R. D. Moncure, late pastor of
the Baptist Church at Leetown, this coun
ty, died Friday week in the Virginia
Ho.spital at Richmond. He was a native
of Stafford county, Va.
Mr. Joseph B. White, of Summit Point,
and Miss Miltonary R. Murray, of Fred
erick county, were married on Monday
afternoon of last week, by Rev W. L.
Seabrook, at the parsonage of Grace Lu
theran Church, Winchester.
Annoucemcnt is made of the approaching
marriage of Miss Bessie L. Moler, daughter
of Mr. Raleigh V. Moler, of the vicinity of
I5v>lla. to Mr. Hunter Watson, of the United
states Nnvy. The ceremony will take place
in Elk Branch l'resbvterian Churce, Duf
fields, on November 29th.
You can have any and all diseases of
the hair and scalp cured. Ladies can be
shampooed at their homes. Chiropodist
work, Skillfully done by the barber and
specialist, A J Lee. now employed by J
H Thompson, the popular barber. Hotel
Watson.
The Roselle Factory, a large frame
structure near the City Electric Light
works, was much damaged by fire about
12 o'clock on Monday night of last week.
Our fire department did good work,
however, and confined the conflagration
almost entirely to the limits of the first
story of the building. 1
See advertisement of The Afton Inn,
Mclnturff & Briscoe proprietors. Front
Royal, Va. The Afton bears a good rep
utation as a public house, and Jefferson
county people having occasion to visit
Front Royal will receive from our former
townspeople Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Bris
coe a cordial welcome and generous treat,
ment, we are assured.
Mr. Wm. G. Lewis, eldest son of Maj. W.
H. T. Lewis, died near Baltimore on Thurs
day. His remains were brought here for
interment on the 11 o'clock B. A O. train
Frjdny. Funeral services occured from the
| Episcopal Church, conducted by the Rector
? of WicklUfc Parish, assisted ?y Rev. li. S.
Coupeland. The remains were interred in
Edge Hill Cemetery. A w ife ajid one child
' survive the deceased.
i
" At-one-ment."
Br Nat Ward Fitz-Gekald,
" Port of the Allryhanira."
When to onrselvrs wo realize,
. That liken&ses, we be
Of God, it opens Paradise,
And makes a?, wholly rm.
'Tis thus. we close the door, on Death,
In Life, henceforth abide;
Partake of Its 'Immortal' breath,
While Jots, e're betide.
Then! Death and Sin no more abound,
To Truth, have given place;
In whose pnro realm, is ever found,
That, which uplifts the race:?
Of man! from paths of Sin and woe,
To life and Love and Light, .
Which from"ChristTrnth" doth overflow,
In radiance pure and bright.
The Universe! including Man!
Immortal! Perfect! Whole
Reveals to thought, the wondrous plan
Of God! Perfection, Sodl:?
Which banishes the "Mortal Sense"
That sways the man of 'Clod,*
And givos Instead, the Joy intense,
AT-ONE-MENT, TRUE, WITH GOD.
Business Locals.
Red sea oil at Dalparn's.
Loose shredded cocoanut at Dalgarn's.
Do you owe taxes? Pay up and save
costs.
Latest tints in stationery at Dr.
Bishop's.
Fine perfumeries, soaps, etc., at Dr.
Bishop's.
Go to Dalgarn's for heavy duck coats,
gum-lined.
Fine toilet soap, all kinds. See at S.
H. Landis'.
Use Schulte's Ringer ale and bottled
soda waters.
Bring your bacon, lard, potatoes,butter,
eggs, &c., to Landis.
Especially fine celluloid brush and
comb sets at Dr. Bishop's.
Leather traveling cases?something
very nice?at Dr. Bishop's.
Ladies' and children's shoes, a good
selection, at S. H. Landis's.
Do not forget Max Theodore's men's
fine shoes from $1.00 to $4.50 a pair.
For bed bugs use Neill's bed bug ex
terminator?a genuine preventative.
New line guaranteed scissors, pocket
cutlery and razors at C. N. Coleman's.
Prescriptions carefully compounded by
a competent druggist at Neill's drug store.
Kahn, Sadler block, hason exhibitionthe
very latest fall shapes in men's and boys'
hats.
Sterling silver novelties, in letter seals,
glove and shoe buttoners, etc., at Dr.
Bishop's.
Cold breakers?guaranteed to cure a
cold in 24 hours. For sale at Neill's
pharmacy.
S uperfluous hair, moles, warts and other
facial blemishes removed by electricty by
Dr. J. P. Bishop.
Morrell's Iowa's Pride hams are guar
anteed first-class in every respect. Sold
by S. H. Landis.
Use Vichy for your table water, and
enjoy good health. Chas. 12. Schulte puts
up the very best.
Paints of all colors in pound cans, for
Howcr pots and wood work of all kinds,
at Neill's drug store.
Persian lawn,India linens, nainscoks,
apronette, dimity, long cloth, cheap as
ever before at Landis".
All kinds of typewriting done neatly
and promptly, and on short notice, at the
office of Moore & Moore.
Ladies shoes from Si.00 to?4.oo a pair,
and low shoes from 45c to $3.00 a pair at
Max Theodore's, Hagley Cor.
Colonial air-tight wood heating stoves,
cheapest and most effective heating stove
on the market, at C. N. Coleman's.
For an appetizing tonic and bracer use
Hance Bros. & White's malt extract, the
cheapest on the market. At Neillte drug
store.
Schloss Bros. & Co.'s tailor-made
clothing sold by Max Theodore, Hagley
Cor. Also Sweet, Orr & Co.'s pants and
overalls.
Our sales of malt extract has increased
100 per cent., for we sell Leibig brand."
It is the best tonic and appetizer on the
market. For sale at Neill*s pharmacy.
The beet flag that floats is the Red White and
Blue,
The best make of Footwear is the 44 Walk
Over" Shoe;
It comes in all leathers from kid to fine calf:
It's a five dollar value for three and a half.
For Sale onlj by Ott Bkos.
At the N. Y. Racket Store you can buy
wall paper at greatly reduced prices';
we are trying to make room for our bin
stock of wall paper for spring that we
expect in soon and wo will close out all
small lots at greatly reduced prices,thoy
are all nice goods and up to date style*
and a? pretty as the new stvlos; we trim
all of our paper on both side* and do it
right free of charge; the nricon juu 3e
up; a nice line of p?ir**s to 25o, Udins
pocket books 10, 15 20, 2"?. 40 and 50 ?;
mon.H' pocket books 10 to :J5; tooth brush
os 8, 5, 8, 10, 15 and 20c; hnir brushes 8.
10,15, 20, 25,39, 35, 45 and 55; our stock ol
jawelrv in com plot? wo can furnish jou
any thing in the j?w?lry line from the
cheapest to the best 25 per cer.t less than
jewelers prices; w? koe;> a nice lino ot
watches in stock all toe time to $25;
and can furnish ;nu any Mind of watch
made; w?? guarantee to save you 25 per
centjjuMt received another t?i< lot of
ladien hsts and silK velvets: wo can sell
you the bent silk velvets at$l 00 per yd;
don't pay $2 00 for tho same goods; wo
are very busy in our millinery depart
ment; don't forget it will soon bo win
ter and you will want good shoes that
will ko~p your feet dry wo have shoes
with cork soles that will keep the feet
dry or we have heavy sole shoes and
shoes to suit every body at all prices;
our stock of ladies cloaks and oapes is
complete at all prices.
J. W. Copfmax.
BOYISH ^PRANKS.
3oj\? et t into all kiuds of mischief, bnt rid
ing a grindstonp is the latest prank on reco d
Th/ere reed be no fear of oleaster, however
when pants are t?on^ht of
#AX TUCODOKE, Baglcj's Corner.
Do Your Hands Chap and Barb ?
At Beard's Variety Stores. is a lotion
cspecialiy prepared for chapped hands.
It is a mild and soothing preparation,
daintily perfumed, and will at once allay
all inflamation and irritation attendent
upon chapped skin. Don't have to wear
gloves at night with it. Cosmo Butter
milk Soap.at 8c a cake, is another bargain
at Beard's, where awaits many other
nice things to interest you.
Watch our windows for the " real
thing " in men's wear.
Kahn's, Sadler Block.
We are showing the finest display of
high art clothing ever brought to this
city. Kahn's, Sadler Block.
Wanted.?Girl to learn photography,
willing to work and with some knowledge
of drawing. Apply at Dr Bishop's drug
store.
For sale, valuable Jefferson county
farms; also town property, including
some valuable building lots.
Moore & Moore.
J Wm Miller sells the Acme Tubuler
axle tarm wagons; also the Auburn wa
gons, made in our sister county, of best
hickory.
I want 200 barrels of corn for feeding
purposes, also some loose and baled hay.
Can use some corn at other stations on B.
& O. C. F. Wall.
" Bull Run to Bull Run,"
By Capt. George Baylor, now in hand
and for sale only by Brown & Hooff,
druggists, t'rice. S2.00.
Fragrant as ripe fruit?Pure as a moun
tain spriDg?Hoary with age and a bless
ing to men when rightly used?that's
Harper Whiskey! Sold by Geo. W.
Thomas, Charles Town, W. Va.
?60 per month and expenses can be
made by a capable woman. Permanent
position. Experience unnecessary.?
Write at once for particulars. Clark &
Co., 234 S. 4 th St., Phila., Pa. OQ-3m.
IJr. Tomlin^on's
DENTAL OFFICE,
C'OKRElt or Chaklks and Libertt S?ker-?
CHARLKSTOWN.
The Bradbury Piano, the administra
tion piano?32 years in the White House.
No more substantial or gratifying tribute
could be paid to America's" great piano.
It is used by America's greatest citizens,
including the last 7 presidents of this
great nation, and by scores of the most
prominent senators, congressmen and
public officials of the past decade. It;}
sweet mellow tone swells with delightful
harmony the parlors of over 50,000 Amer
ican homes. It is thepianoot Americans,
for Americans and by Americans. Sold
on monthly payments ot ?10. Orders
taken for tuning and repairing, at the
Weirick building:, Charles Town, W. Va.
Respectfully, D. J. Porter.
Fall Fashions.
Our line of Men's Suits for winter
wear is now ready for your inspec
tion. The display embraces all that
is new and desirable in ready-to
wear garments,and is without adonbt
the largest and choicest exhibit of
fashionable clothing ever shown in
this city.
School Days
Are here. So is our large line of
School Suits. We have made special
effort this season to show the best
assorted stock of Boj's' Clothing in
the State. Every style for boys,
ages 3 to 19, will be found in our
mammoth stock.
1. HI
The Leading Clothier, Sadler Block.
Sept. IS.
An Appropriate
Holiday Present.
THIS IS IiU~IXE68. NO POL
ITICS, One of those
BEAUTIFUL $2.50 ELECTRIC
LIGHT LAMPS
HI be given to each and every- |
one of our customer* purchasing t
25 gttlloue of our best
I
WATER WHITE
OIL
AT 10 CENTS PER GALLON.
The lump ean be obtained by
nut aliasing oil in cingle gallons
if desired, und every gallon 0f:
oil guaranteed or money refund
ed.
Onr Fall Stock Has Arrived
and is complete in every respect.
Everything will be Bold at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
COME AND SEE US,
Yours anxious to please.
Osbnrn & Strider
N. B.?All Kindg of Country
Produce Taken in Exebunge.
This Space Reserved for
BROWN BROTHERS'
New Advertisement.
OVFiaAIXT REPRESENTS
Ur.'.lod Coufodsmic Veterans,
'Jnit-d Daughters of i's.c Confederacy,
Ths Sons, a::c! oilier Organizations.
51-CO a < ?ar. Twc Sim?'-!, Tocr Tvo-C-nt SUmc*
S. A. CUNNINGHAM.
?? . s l'-.M*vH{j l!|?*
Go to S. S. Dalgarn's for the finest
raisins, currants, citron', prunes, evapo
rated apples, dried peaches, lemons, ex
tracts, and a large assortment of nuts.
JAS. W. McGARRY,
Dealer !u
Agricultural Implements
and Machinery,
Fire-Proof Durable Paint*. Fence, Frame and
Building
DUMBER.
MY SPECIALTIES ARE THE JONES LEVER
STEEL-FRAME BINDERS AND MOW
ERS. AND SICKLE-GRINDERS.
Just received a car-load of Empire Steel
Combiucd 3 and hoe Grain Drills. Best
made. The celebrated Drafted Lvuebburg
Chilled Plows. Also keep Brady. Oliver Pat
ent. Vulcan, and all Shares and Extras for
above, Fncb :ih White Oak beams for Oliver i
Patent and the above plowf, aud all extras !
lor tame. All-Steel Horse Rakes. The above
Implements aud Machinery are the best of
their claw, and I respectfully invite an in
fection of them. I have County Agency for
? Ructors Dnrab:e F.re-Proof Paluts. Stock on
hand. Also
SHELF HARDWARE
and Carpenter Tools, etc. Building Lots for
sale. JAS. W. McGARKY.
Jy S-y. Shenandoah Jnnctiou, W. Va,
Apples,
Apples.
Lots of Apples at Orchard?Choice Stock
and Windfalls. Fallen apples for 15c., and
on trees for 85c.
Plenty of Heath and other splended can
ning peaches at orchard for ten days or two
weeks.
Sept. 25. ROUSS BROTHERS.
Administrator's Notice.
Middi.ewat, W. Va., Oct. 24, If 00.
Having qualified as Administrator of Win
J. Grantham, deceased, I hereby notify all
persons who have claim* against said estate,
to present them, iroperly authenticated, for
settlement, and all persons knowing theru
selve indebted to said estate will come for
ward and sett.'e. G. A. WHITMORE.
0ct.30-4t. .dm'rof Wm J.Grantham,dee'd.
Your own terms for anything in our
line, carriages, buggies, wagons, run
abouts, pianos, organs, sewing machines,
! harness, saddles, washing machines,
j i-t J Wm Miller's,
Powhatan College
FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN
Charles Town, W. Va.
NOTED FOR?Its Ton Schools, its able
Faculty, its pleasant home life, its magnifi
cent buildings, its Location?"far famed
Valley of Virginia." Write for Catalogue.
S. P. UATTOX, A. II., Pa. rn?
The fjrfeut Fuel Saver.
Girls often shiver
in bed, mornings, afraid t;> get up because
the room is so cold, wben by using a
NEW ERA RADIATOR
they could be made comfortable by utiliz
ing the heat now wasted up the chimney.
The rich thould have them. The poor
cannot afford to do without them.
COLOISnLAX. HEATERS,
air tight, for wood. One of the cheapest and most effective heating
stoves made. The
GRAVITY CREAM SEPERATOR,
Greatest Labor Saver ever produce J. Call aud get one on approval.
Cutting Boxes, stand and power; corn Shelters, terra cotta and lire clay
pipe, ccmcnt, felt roofing, CARPET SWEEPERS, kraut and slaugh cut
lers, clothes wringers, carpctstretchers, farm and stock bells, seed sewtrs,
coal hods, shovels, lanterns, EETERPRISE MEAT AND FOOD CHOP
PERS and lard presses, horse blankets and lap robes; also a guaranteed
line of. razors, shears and pocket cutlery; full line shelf and heavy hard
ware, paints, oil and glass.
C. N. Coleman.
FALL, 1900.
WE ARE RUNNING FOR OFFICE. Election is near and we havo
get the votes of this neighborhood, but we want the unanimous vote9
of the whole county, including the Ladies, God bless them. People
say we .please them, and what everybody says must come near tlio
truth. Ask any one who has bought of us this Fall if our merchandise
is not marchiug to a new'step?closer to your liking?closer to your
pocket-book?building and strengthening a reputation for fruthful
store-talk, and doing business ''on the level." Increasing sale9
prove that our stock has been well chosen. Increasing sales proves
that our prices are right in the very marrow, and we want everyone
to know it?to know that we are always sincere in our talk; so wo
ask for your votes to elect us as universal and popular furnishers for
the people. Thin purses made fat by buying
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings of
MAX THEODORE,
II AGLEY'S CORNER, Charles Town, W. Va.
A GREAT SHOWING
FOR THE SEASON.
Fall and Winter Goods
Now on sale, comprising many New Dovire* in all the Li-adlng Cbiorinca. Onr
DRESS GOODS
Stock jft Exceptionally Large. Should yon contemplate purchasing a dress, we arc confident
if you will look over our selection you will Cud something to please you, both lu style, color
and price
If in quest of Underwear in either Children's, Ladies* or Men'?, we know we have Just
what you want. Our stock of Furnishing Good* is Varied ami Large.
New Window Shades. Lace Curtains. Carpets. Blanket p. Comfort*. White and Natural
Wood, ils?o Bras.-. So!?h und Door Hods; Upholstering Goods from 50c. to $1 50 per yard.
Respectfully,
Hums#*&hugert*
This space reserved for
C. W. BROWN, Jeweler.
LARGER SELECTION AND
BETTER VALUES
FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS,
SILKS, VELVETS. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY. GLOVES. BLANKETS, COMFORTS,
FLANNELS, dsC. ALSO FULL LINE GENTT3 F(JIINISHING?.
M Palmbaum & Bro.,
Oct. 15. Next to Wauon iluuK. Cbarlea Town. W. Va.
AVON ROLLER MILL
Having pnrchaKed the well-known "Avon
Mill," at Kabletown, Jefferson county, W. Va., ;
I am ot-crating the same in the l>e8t manner.
Tbe mill ip fitted out with a complete
Roller Process Equipment
aud I am therefore en bled to torn out the
\ery i>est
FIRST GRADE FLOUR
Also bare cooetaotly on hand
Meal, Feed, Hominy, &c.
A good 8AW-MILL attached, and will do aH
kinds of Sawing. Cuntom Grirding as ueaal.
Orders solicit* d, indf ?tiefactfc n guaranteed.
Feb. 20-firo. W. .H JOKkIjAND.
To Core Constipation Forever*
ITake Cu?carets Candy Cathaitic. 10c or 25c.
II C. G- C. fail to cure, druggistu refund money.
Strayed or Stolen.
Three While Chester 8 boats disappeared
from inyjH;n? adjoining Washington <fc A lei"
finder's Fertilizer Warehouse, about October
lht. 1S00 Would l>e pleased to hear from
them, and if stolen, will give ?10.00 Keward
for arrest and conviction of parties who stole
or assisted in stealing them.
Oct. 16. C. F. WAfX.
TAX PAYERS
TAKE NOTICE !
On and after tbia dale I and mj depones
will be at Ibe Sheriff'* office to receive Taxes
on Tuesday and Friday of cacb week. Toe
otber four day? of each week we will tnake a
boose to lioafc ranvau, and will expect to
eet tbe money or el?e will be compelled to
levy oo property,a? we AICSOLL'TELY MUST
have it. ECUENEBAKF.lt.
Jqly t?. 1S9P. Sheilff.
The " Walk Over " shoe, the best $3.SO
shoe, tea styles f?c aten, at Ott Bros.

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