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rRIDAY JAN, loth 1000.
intered at the Post Office, at Wood
stock, Va., as second-class matter.
B. L?. Mswaian, Pres. B. t offmaa Cash'i
The Shenandoah v." jj ty Hank
Organized, 1872. Re-Organized 1898,
Depostti snd Collections solicited
Satisfaction guaranteed. Discount Rate
Six Per Cent.
I I. TsiPiKTTPres. R.B. LaJHB, Vice-Pre*.
Merchants and Farmers' Bank,
W. C. Lantz. J. H. Hepner, 0. W. Kinniel
J. H. Ruby and E. P. Koontz.
TaTSSSBS k !Ui <kk*\n. Attys,
Accounts solicited and best areommodatlens
guaranteed. Hours 9 to S,
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Obituary notices; CO lines free, over 20
lines, 2 cent? per line, the cash to accom?
pany the coi'V.
Tributes of Respect by secret orders,
!ay schools, Ac, 5 cents per line.
Notices of festivals by churches, bands
i other sasociations and all notices of
meetings ft ir the purpose of making ninn?
ey, Ate cents per line.
CiEXKli'AL LOCAL NEWS.
Atmorss mines mest, 1?K* lb. at Locke's
(io to F. S. Bowman tor so? thing yon
?want, prices always ri^ht and goods
francs .V lb., rice Tic lb. at Locke's,
Out conesnoodensBseem to be giving
SJ thc cold shoulder ol late. Wake up !
good friends, and send u- the news.
Rubbers at Locke's.
On the 8th there was another stable
burned by au incendiary tire in Har?
risonburg, the seventh such cases.
Shoes st Locke's.
Mr. Ben. Litton, of EJinburg, who
I ?liot Imvwelf in the let" a abort
time aj,r- i tt. be about again.
;:ii!tens lOc pair at Locke'l
John ll Rutherford, of Winehe-trr.
on a hose fsrm thc battle of Winchester
'? ghi, died at b's home Mom..iv.
- Jan. sale of reminanti will som
ce Jan. 13d and 24th. Don't mi-s it.
F. 8. Howman.
Mr. Warner Hlckerson, s popular
young man ofStrssbnrg, tlietl at his
home in *nat place on Sunday of rapid
- :. ptlon. He leaves a young wife.
A considerable b?t of stock was ihln
ped frees this station on last Monday.
There were some very flue cattle snd I
large number of hos;*.
A kinds canned goods strictly fre-h.
i i at L < ke's.
< harles B. Rouss. of New York, sent
$i.t*oo to a Winchester Are company
sud |.Vs)toone at Charles Town. These
apsnies will celebrate Mr. Bones1
? ixty-fourth birthday on Feb. 14th.
Hewitt's Little Early Risen purify
the blood, clean the liver invigorate tiie
systi m. Fan.sus little pills for con-tip
tion and liver trouble. L. R. Irwin.
fornia aricd peaches 10c lb. at
Rer. J. C. Bolger, ol sfassanutten
A-adeiny, will hold service at Calvary
next Smithy morning at 10:30 o'clock
In the absence of the pastor. Rev. X.
Buy lubliers frstu Glenn Locke snd
We are indebted t<> Mr. Reuben
M?phis for some of Hie best cider that
*? have tarted thia sea-on. Mr. Maphi-*
csrtsinly understands bow to keep
? .kr swed snd fresh.
D?.n': forget our remnant sale, they
must go, prices cut all to pieces.
F. S. Bowman.
Extensive preparations have been
DB kde by the Confederate camps of the
Jim-rent Valley town.- for titting cele
bratloos of Gen Lee's birthday, to-day
- lay Jan- ISth.(
The Bartonsrllle Woolen Mills, situ
sled neal Winchester, hs?e been sold tt.
the Crawford Woolen ? ompany.of Nea
York and Marti nsburg, W. Va. Thej
aril] 1* kept io oj>eration.
Mrs Susan Larries, one of the oldesi
residents of .Middletown, Frederlcl
cunty. Va., died January 11th, aged
SI years. She WSI the mother of Mr?.
?'ar Zlrkle, of New Market.
The Baltimore .Sun Almanac supplic?
es inbscribers with valuable inform
I ->n for all classes of people. We u(
knowledge Use receipt of one for tie
? i IMO.
Mrs. L. Churchill, Berlin, Ts., says,
'Our baby a as eofsrsd with mimili.
sor??. DeWitt'a Witch Hsael Sal\?
sured her." A spedfc for piles anti >ki.
? n? ? Beware ol arorthlesi eountei
f - J, il Irwin
Tow re money on dry goods
in Locke - doods purchased beloit
lie great advance.
i.a?t season the SO canneries in Bot*
oort cou .ny packed an average of
bout 4,000 cases each of tomatoes an
eld at au ayerage of il.V0 per case.
1'bis means the snug sum of SJBSjOU
or tbe tomato Industry in that countr.
Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre, Slit li.
say-. "1 suffered a long tune from
dvspep-ia; lost flesh and because rei;
weak. Kodol Dyspepsia (nre complete?
ly cured me.M lt digests what you esr
and cures all torms of stomach troubh
It never fails to give immediate relief i
the worst esses. L. R. Irwin,
Just received another big lot of ai.
kinds underwear. Ladies be*-t 25c per
pair. T. U. Locke,
There is an interesting coal oil war in
Winchester now, by which the peon e
profit, li ow long it will last depeiui
upon the tenacity of the rivals. The
standard. Independent snd .Southern
Oil Company have locked horns and oil
is now selling at six cen temper gallon..
The Dsughters of the Confederac
Will hold an oyster .-upper on the nighl
of Feb. 2nd and 3rd. in the Court llousi
Tiny earnestly hope to receive th
li berni patronage ol all our peoplt
Come up to their help in their hour <_
A largs bald eagle was seen at Hawk
InftOWB Sunday, lt BBS bssfl -ccu i
nunibei of limes in that section.
We regret to bear that out old frteni
Mr. W. H Wightman, thc populsr land
lord of the fclureka House, Edin burg
has been .-ick. Wc hope he will heall
right in a rory short time.
A -assafras. oil factory ha* bren es
-ts! ?hcd st the R?-al t-k fi in mar
Prout Royal and will t- innu o<-e dis*
tilling ai soon as the winter breaks
This will doubt less help a needy elssi ol
people abo .-au cuni a good living <lig
ging sassafras root-.
The isla and sleet ol Issi week did
but lillie to help thc stream- Slid ponds,
lt put a few Inehes ol water into the
previously empty citterns. Thc ques?
tion of wafering slo-k ha- become a
verv troublesome one sith many of our
: - pie.
Our remnant sale will I eg n Tues
day Bnd*WcdiiesdsrJaii. 23 I and 2lih,
big bargsins, F. s Bowman.
Mr Jessie Snuff, sShenandoah !"??
who has bern living in ohio for many
years paid us a pleasant wiall recently.
Mr. >hiitT ii a man who reflects honor
I upon the COUnty of his birth.and WC ure
proud lo number him among our valued
friend*, ai tl SUbsCrlb i-.
Mi. B. P. Hot.vcr. iir. rear filled his
ice-house with the finest quality ol ice
arbicu he has i-vi r gathered. Ile baa
about 800 tous of s lld, clean ice, none
of which U ?- lia ii 5f inches in thick?
ness snd lome of it a> much ;>> 8
ches. He -ay- that if the people of
Woodsti ck do not keep cool, next miiu
mer, it will n t be hi- fault.
J. R. Clarke, Peoria, M<>.. aayi
"Surgeous wanted to operate on me for
hut I cnn tl them wiih DeWitt'a
Witch Haze] Salve." lt i- infallible for
pile- and skin diseases. Beware of
counterfeits. L. R. I-win.
Don't tai! ts c Ii on Glenn L eke f. r
anything in glass or queenswarc. You
C4i; .-av mon. y.
If our people want to have the hirds
protected from slaughter hv lot uteri
they have 110 limo to lOOSC. ?ict Up your
petitions al once. The time for the ad?
journment of the Legislature i- drawing
i.ear ami it will soon I"* too late to take
any action. Remember if you let this
chance sin yon will not have another
umler two years, snd by that time there
will not 1 e a part ridge li fi in tis.tin?
ny. Start petitions in every community
at <?:. ? .
Mr. J Sheer, Bedalia, Mo., saved his
child's life by One Minute Cough Cure,
Doctors bad gi yen her uptodie with
croup. It s an Infallible cure coughs
*, grippe, pneumonia, bronchiu and
othroat and lung troubles. Kelievi
once. L. li. Irwin.
To-day (Friday, January Huh - Shen?
andoah Camp C. V . Shenandoah < hap
ter, Daughters of the Confederacy, anti
the Hons of Confederate Vet. ian- will
celebrate the birth day ? f that greatest
of generals and christian gentlemen,
Gen!. R, K Lee. Lei every member of
tlis camp I e present In uniform, and let
ere ry man. woman and child honor ?
great lt adel's memory by beingpresent.
The services will be rery interesting
while the music and singing will be
worth going a long way to hear.
It takes bul a minute too vcr- me
tickling la the throat and to stop i
cough. This remedy quickly curt--.
all forms of throat arid lung trouble-.
Harmless and pleasant to take. It pre?
vents consumption. A fain -u- Specific
for grippe .and Itt after effects. L. R.
Save your money by buying your
groceries at Glenn Locke's. Our |
the lowest the freshest snd most con>
We return thanks to the Washington
Post for a copy ol ifs alumnae for 1900.
lt is a wonderful encyclopedia of valu?
able Information Mnchofthe informa?
tion lt contains is not easy to tomi- ar
from other sources, and it is gotten u
in such a condensed form as to make it
very haudy for quick reference, lt
Should be In every family, ami a* it ls
?old at the nominal price ol twenty
rive cents ll li easily within the reach
The best !"o?p roasted coffee i- st
1 - ? nn l-o kc's, l it- lb. tty it and you
will usc ne other. Remember this brand
<?f r.>tl? ?? can only !??? bad ;it my store.
Mis* Orme Walter, daughter of Mr.
Dorsey Walter, Of Winchester, ai ai
neil e of Mayor Ja-. II. Rodeffer, ol tlr
place, wai thrown from a horse and
badly hurt Thursday of last week. She
wa- teaching school at White Rall,
Frederick county, anti fjusl mounted a
horse lo ride rober boarding plate, bul
before the could take bold of th e rein*,
the horse started ts run away throwing
her to the ground with great violence.
When found shs was l>'mg unconscious
In thc road with ? brokrn wrist and sev?
eral rsvere cutt un the head. Al cur
? nut she wsi (hung well.
Picturesanl picture frames way be?
low c.t-r at T <i. I. kc's. ? ali and
seems . big bargain.
"I wa? nearly dead with dyspepsia,
tried doctors, visited mineral springs,
and grew worse. I used Kodol Dyipep*
? ia Cure. That tilled BM " ll digi -t
what yen eat. Corel indigestion, sour*
-t-.mat h, heartburn and all forms of
dyspepsia,, L. K Irwin.
I nth-pendent coal oil is on sale al
Ciena Locke's. 1 oi beril ISO test, 10e.
"Aunt" Bstsy Rsfgrore, a much re
spectsd colored wosssn of Winchester,
died there Thnr-thiy of last week af thc
wanderful age of 102 years. She w .
born in Martinsluirg. W. Va., in 1798,
and at one time lived In the fir-t hesse
erected la that place she al one time
belonged to Dr Dennis Murphy, ami
lived with him and his family while IB?f
resided la Woodstock during snd lor
awhile liter the war "Aunt" Betsy
was the mother of fifteen children, and
has lived under every president from
Washington to McKinley. Her memory
wa* remarkably clear and strong, and
she was a most interesting talker of
events long since pa-t. She was the
mother of Charlotte Wright, s colored
woman, of this place, who was with her
during the last days of her life.
Mr Mark B. Stephenson left Monda;
morning for Baltimore.
Mr. Harold Lightnerreturned ?undaj
from a visit to relatives in Maryland.
Dr. W. C. Ford and wife rel
k on last Tuesday night.
Mr. Illlton W under 1 in Ph ila
Mr. Wm. French and wife came Iron
Ifanaesaa, last Wednesday evening.
Rsv* Mr. Snapp, a C. B. minister ha?
been in Woodstock for several days,
Dr. Rush was called to RoSttOBC by
the death of his brother-in-law, Wiri
Dr. Jones, sf Harrisonburg is visiting
hi- brother, Rev J. 0. Jone*.
Mrs. K. J. Walker anti child blVC
been visiting Mr. L. S. Walker's tamily
Capt s. H Bowman has been confin?
ed to bil bouse by sickness, f<>r the last
Mr-. Jno. T. Haas has been lick I >r
Miss Fannie >ni".it il visiting Mi-s
nia Stine, near Winchester,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bargsll snd little
.laughter, Cstherlne, spent s few dayi
tin.-week with irit-iids In Harrisonburg,
Mr. and .Mrs. James Marshall, of
\\ Millington, arrived her..- Issi Friday
and spent a few days with hi> parents,
Mr. an-' Mrs. Joseph Marshall,
Mr Hugh Fravel left foi Ballimore
U ? lay.
Hon. Josiah Bth kley, our n pn
tivc, was in town 'int-.lay on businetB,
looking well, and eeemi lo bc in
the bl it of bl filth anti spirits.
Mr. Tho.-. Wilson,otWardensviHefW,
Va., wai in town sevei
D.C.O'Flsherty, Esq. of Fr- nt R j
and A. M. Payton, EsH. of |Charlottei -
ville attended the circuit court.
Mr. Will Hallow av. of Berlin, Md., ind
Mr. Anderson, of Baltimore, 'ailed to
iee friends bert' this week.
1 Mrs. II J. Fravel want to Harper*!
Ferry "ii Wednesday morning,on
? ? r extreme illnesi ol the child
of ber sliter, Mr.-. Graham.
Frank Davidson has been ihowingto
crowded house- here this week. Msny
Were turned away because the hall wai
not large enough to accommodate il.
Dr. David C. Lichliter who was operat?
ed nix n <>n the ^th ofDsmember last, (
a very bsd case of sppendicitls,in Ri
? ll -j.ital. New Yoik City, left tin
hospital on Christ mai day and alter
me tune With his -i-f. r. Mrs I
?;. A. Whitmore, at Thnnnont, Md.
returned to his home, in Dayl n, Ohio,
and il ' ? .; -
I >r. Lichlitei ny ol
? ?. ia a Wa :-i ck I y, Bnd his
ol hil recovery.
<;t-:i w. H. P tyne and Epp i Hunton,
Jr. of Warrenton. H. T. Bart n,
. ! Win ;1
Hon. ll. ll. I) wneyand W. Il I
Eiqr. ofFront Royal, L. Triplett, Jr.
and H. J. Walker, Esqr. ol Mt. Jacki
A. C Stickley, Esqr. "i Strasl ur..
L, A. I. .hr, Esqr., ( naries Binnick,
ind M. A. Price, K-qr. .-f New Market,
were herc attending Circuit Conti this
Mr. Joseph Goche nour ol this section,
! | WO fat rattle to V r. F.
Hann, the well known ?haler., that
sggreated 3350 lbs.
Lost tm Main street a gentleman's
Ma k fleed -I Ined g ore. The tinder
will pita-*' bring to the Herald office.
My shoe shop i- in the Boyer A
Stickley Bui:.ling. Main street All
kindi of new work made. Repairing
promptly done. My prices art- way
down. Wm. Shaffer
Mr. D. C O'Flsberty, a wail known
lawyer ol front Royal, will <J llvei a
lecture this (Friday) evening in the
Reformed church to the student-. <>f t*i?
Mr John S. B >Wman who nit.v.
1.omi ?un county about H months
ago ha- been Quite prosperous. IU- bsi
an excellent farm near Wheatland,
good water and all conveniences. H'm
family hai Inereased rapidly and he has
two mors children, both the same
He says the boys have been vaccinated
with old virus and are now regolsr
"One Minute Cough Cure is the best
re mi <\y I ever used for coughs snd
cold-, lt is unequalled for whonppln
cough. Children all like it." writes Hg
H. Williams, Centryville, Ind. Never
fails. It i- thc only harmlesi remedy
that gives immediate results Curei
coughs, colds, h- arseness, croup, pneu
un.ida, bronchitll ami all throat ami
lung troubles, lt.- carly use prevents
consumption. L. H. Irwin.
The people of tbe St. Luke section, a
few miles WCSl ??f town, were shot ken
by thc sudden and entirely nnexpech d
death of Misi Bertie Coffman, t?f thal
neighborhood, on Sunday. She wai 't
? n-i of Mr. Isaac Coffman, ami lt
wai while t n her way from her father's
house ttl vlsi Mr. Alex. Barton ami
family st St. Luke that her young life
so suddenly sud tragically ended. Hu
had jost left Mr. Perry Coffmar?*s where
she had stopped for a while, and had
gone hut a -hort distance when she f. i>
and expired. 3he had a young child in
her arms at the time. Her ag.- wa- fl
years. As there wss no Investigation ii
is not known whether she wsi killed hy
tin- fall o?- whether death resulted I rom
sonic other cause. Hrr funeral took
place on Tuesday afternoon al I??
Th'nty-two authors, ten illusti I
ami eight photographic arti-i- eoo
tilt* Its to the ex. client January is- -v ?.f
Tbe Ladies' Home Journal. Among
the -peeia! features are "The HoSSe
Coming CS* the Nakannies,'' by W. A.
Fraser; '-The Boer Girl of South Africa."
bf Il.-r.arti C. H Diega*; "Where the
Msw Century Wlfl Really Regis,*1 by
John Ritchie, Jr.; "A Merry Woman'*
Letters ts a QutsSPsst,*1 edited bys.
T. Pickard; ??The Mother of th. States/
by Amelia ll. Bomford "A National
Crime at tbs Fest "f American Fan nt-. '
hy Edward Bok; "The Minister ana the
Organ." by Inn Maclaren; "The Rs*
bersal of a Pla};" Molly Donahue*
MuRicslr, by the author of "Mr.
Dooley'': "F.dith and I in Paris," "Her
H..-ton Kn pe lie n ce."," "The Autobiog?
raphy of a Girl," etc. By The Curtis
publishing Company, Philadelphia.
One dollar a year; ten cents a copy,
Mr. Marri son Koontz, one of tb
sldest oftiseni <>f this eonuBunrty, atv
one who has spent his long l|fe Inn
died on Friday night last at IO O*clo< I
at the home of his SOU, Mr John ll
h'ottnr/. on tin- wast edge ol town.
Mr. K<.<tiitz wa- noted for lo- physica
7igor sud strength, and with the ex
ception of a terrible BSSldenl WhlCl
occur ?. I ??\ -r forty v ; > ii whfcl
hi- ri^ht ann was toni - ll in \ thrc.-hl.i;
liri. hine, lie w a* probably never it'll
fined to hrs bed a single dav with sics
n -- m.lil a \.-r\ sholl time before bil
death. He soon recovered from the los*1
of bli u ni and timing the rest ot hid lib
performed more hard lnbor than mos)
men could do with two ann-.
ile wa- known to everj person in tin
community and always had a bright
and cheery word f<r al! he met. De UBI
.1- roted to bil family and in return was
most affectionately regarded by th m.
He wai a member ol ins Presbyterian
Church for many rears, and lived a COU"
sistsnt christian life
Ile h aves three children, Mess i.
John and Robert Koontz, Ol thift place,
and Mrs. Annie M. Coffman, <?f Basil,
ohio. Hi- funeral took place Bundey
afternoon at J o'clock, conducted by
iii? pastor. Rev. Dr. Stephenson, as?
sisted by Revs. Geo. Mt.ore anti A. A. J.
Du-hung. in the presence Sf B large
Mr. Koontz would have been >''- y
o'd in March.
Mr. Henry Shailer, probably the old"
est person In tm^ community, died ou
Tuesday afternoon about l o'clock, ile
had been gradually breaking down nm
iler thc infirmities of extreme old sgt f
a year or morn, and for tin- past few
month-hat! been vry feeble. Prior tn
th it time he had enjoyed remarkable
good health during all of his long life.
He wa- a very Industrious, hardwork?
ing man. of a quiet, unassuming ills*
position. Honest snd upright In all
gt his heart heat kindly for everj
one. and no one in this community w .?
ever more respected an I liked than thc
good old man who has gone to hil rest.
While Mr, Shalb-r'- age wa- not ac?
curately known there i.? no doubt thal
?*e was not less than 90 years old. His
funeral took place on Wednesday after
no ti -it 2 o'clock, and wa- conducted
by hH pastor. Kev. J. C. Jones, -f the
Methojist church, ol which Mr. Shatter
Ile leave- two -on-. Mest rs. T. A. and
ti Bhafferol Woodstock, sud s daugh*
ter, Mis. James Fisher, ol Staunton.
? r of grand children.
$100 REWARD, $100.
readers <>; th.- ' paper will be
.rn that lhere i- ar
one dreaded disease th .t science has
Leen able to cure in all it- ll
thai i- Catarrh. Ii l itarrh run- i
the only positive tun- now known to
the medical fraternity. Tatar;!. |
constitutional I ? ??- a son*
it it ut ional ire itment. II al Pi Catarrh i
taken Internally, acting directly unos
the blood and mucous surfscci of ihe
-; stem, then hy destroying thc founda?
tion if th.- disease, and giving tlc- pa?
tient strength hy I _? up thc con?
stitution snd SSlisticg nature in thing
i'- u ..r k. Tie- I i\ -? -<t much
faith in itu curative power-, that tliej
offer one lin* tired Doll ra forsny ease
t hat it fails to cur. . Send for i-i of
? moniaR Ad In --.
V. J. (ill NF.V A ( o., Toh do, <>.
*-'-.'.I tty ^Irt -_; ? ? ?. 7"?c.
ll tlPs Kin' yr - ? rs it.
rn mmmm ? rn fl aa> i
CUT IN TWO BY A TRAIN
A terrible accident, and one thal
threw a gloom over the whole townol
Strasburg, snd br . ess I
one in thal community, happem d al
Strasburg Junction aboul 1 ?-'
Friday allcrn on by which Mr.Clat
Long,a verj popular young man of
Strasburg met sn Instant .and awfu.
Th.- unfortunatey ung man. who wai
about 36 years o I, and a native ot
Strasburg, Mad been In tbe employ ol
the BoUtheJn It. !l . at that place f..i
nearly t.venty year-, and wai regarded
as. one of their most trusty ami reliable
For some years In- ha- had Charg ? I
the trailer of freigh! for the Sou them
R. R al Strasburg Junction, aid tl wai
while in the discharge ol thia duty he
lost hil life.
H- va- on the local I'freighl taking
out the bill of hoing lo the Junction
and when fht-y reached thal place, and
before th.- train h 11 itoppe I he at?
tempted ttl Jump from ti . thc plat?
form. Ai the car wa- covered willi
-1 .tit i- supposed he slipped and ta -
lng under the train three cars passed
over bim crushing bli life out in a mo?
ment. Thc awful sight was witnessed
dy s number ol persons who were walt?
ing on the platform, Hil hotly wis cut
in two ami otherwise terribly miugied.
Mr. Long was the sole support of an
aged a Idowed mother.
Story ol*it Mini*.
To be hound li.-: *i? I fool for yean by
th.-ct,win- of disease ls Ute worst boin
of slavery, (jreorge '). William-, ol
Manchester,,Mich., tells bow inch a
slavewai made free. He says: 'My
w [fe hai been so helpless f.-r Hve years
that the conjd not turn over in tn d j
alone. Altei ming two bottles (fj
Electric Hitlers, she is wonderfully lm*|
proved and able to do herown work.''j
This iiipreroe remedy foi female di.?
eases quickly curei nervousness, sleep*
leasness, melancholy, beads ase, back- j
ai he. fainting ami dtasy IPSlla. Thi*
le S uking un-.Heine i- a godsend
to weak, sickly,rundown people. Bverj
bottle guaranteed OulfSvcsutSj Bold
hy B. Mhmitt Di ngKi-t.
lite interior of ihe rierk'-Olllces lm?
been painted ? light r.issr, a great im?
prove ineiii dining the < ark days of the
winter. The work wan dorie by Me?srs.
J. W. Fravel and Jan. ('lower
For Infants and Children.
(he Kind You Have Always Bough
Bears the nj? JAggSS?
Signature of LtKarvJ^^UOtU4/t
THE CO-OPEKATIVK L1AG1 B
Mt. Olive. Va., Jan. 15th, 1900
Ed. Shan. Hkkald:?
The Co-operative League of Davis,
Stonewall, and Jobn-on Dl.-trle; Teach
lNri met in the public IcIlOOl bil d'.lg at
linus's Brook. OS Saturday Jan. IStfa
ind was railed to order 2 p. m.
A^ both president snd secretary we rs
;?h?t?nt J. II. Keller was elecled Dresi
deni sud C. I*. Townes secretary.
The other m -miters present being
Misses Verne Hotted. Lucile Ilottel,
Bessie ilottel, Laura MelntnrC Prof.
es, T. A Bowman, Alh-rtWMI,
ll. 1 Boj 0. B. Hahn and W. E. M ?
lt was decided tt? fake up the program
a- nearly a- po.-^ihle, the tea. hers all
not being present who had been assign?
ed topics at la-t meeting and Prof.
Bernes opened with the subject "What
pupils should know when rhav leSVS the
public -clioo!-." Ile said in part?"That
:t wa- necessary to find BUI the Individ?
uality of each pupil and to push hi.?
Itlldiei in that particular direction.
\n- wc really educated 'vheu wc
leave thc public Schools ? or haw we
only the theoretical education and 00*
rain the practical hy contact with the
world. Education, should develop
patriotism ami those rjualltiei which
perpetuate good government.
Public Schools should piepsre the
pupil for Independeul thought; the large
nostlng vote j- aa blustratios Ol tin
lack ot lt in the political affairs of om
country. Idesll of character should be
in-lilled into the mind-of the pupils.
A lew individuals have stood at the
parting of the ways in the history of
the world, as fir instance in chancing
from the Colonial Period to the Notional
Period and it does u-g<?od to know of
the 'ive- of-nth men. Hiograiihy and
literature have not enough attention
paitl to them in the public schools.
Prof. Keller then gave an illurtrated
lecture on longitude and time which
wa- li-tened to attentively and created
!<iaide discussion and was only
m de plainer thereby.
Friday afternoon exercise- was a sub*
J eel that caughl tbe attention of the
teacher! and nearly all bad something
to say upon the subject telling whar
they did to make Friday afternoon
interesting. The following resolutions
Resolved I. That there shall be a
greater effort put forth on English
i t.inj.o-ition and langUSgS.
2nd. That We, the teachers pre-cut
lament tin- sbssnee of the OfBCers and
leather- and (hil hiss thar thev sustain?
ed in not heil g present ami taking part
in their meeting.
Mis following topics were assigned:
'How to teach percentage and its ap
plication!1 W, E. McluturtT.
How arou.-e interest in History? .1. L.
How to teach reading when it bas
been I eglei ted in the Primary Grades?
Prof. Hames, Mill Verne Ilottel, G. li.
Hew to teach addition ami SUbstrBO
tlou to beginners! Alb* rt vvill ami T.
A. Mow man.
General tonics? "Under fwbst con
ditioni do you consider ? school well
disciplined and how maintain B g" d
How tar should pupils be alb wed to
(.ommunieare during recitation ami
Queery Box?Relating solely to
Meeting adjourned to meet si Banma"
ville, Saturday Feb. loth and be called
to order promptly at i p. m.
.1 H. KKI.LKK. Tr-.
C I. 1't.wns Secy.
1 he Companion's New Calendar.
Th Y<- .th'-1 ompanlon Calendar for
il unique IB form and beautiful in
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1--UC- of thc new rolume, all the issuei
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raining a full pro sj*-.-rm of the volume
for 1900, will ne sent free to any address.
THE VOITH'S < OMi'AN'lON,
Columbus Ave., Ho,ton, Ma?a.
Dry Run School.
The following named pupils have
bet n prc.-ent every day of thc month
ending Jan. '.'th. 1900:
Hoy- Loyd and Willie Baker. F. h.
Boyer, George ind John Hoffman,
Au-tin and tyrl .Munch, Jacob Me?
llion tl ami Luther Tomkin.
Girls?Msry Rover. Maggie sud Lucy
Hoffman. Grace and Amr Munch, Ads
Nichalas, pearl Bitsnour ami Dells
Good Sp liing.?F. B Boyer, Marr
Boyer, Bisil Lichlltcr, Grace Munch,
Ira Vf. Munch, Austin Munch, Cyrl
Munch Ethel Munch.
lil Lichiiter did not miss one word
in tin month, the Other pupils no more
than om- or two nords. Hi-view ami
examination good. Deportment, morals
iVc. sat:-!sci -ry, percentage ol attan
i lance good.
Win. Tarakln, Teacher.
Wt sro expecting I car load of com
within i week, and will take orderi to
deliver fr.ui car Will keep corn on
Jr G S. Ramsbubo ?& Ox
Presbyterian Church Notice
Services every night, 7 o'deck.
Preaching by the Kev. L. A- McLean.
A welcome IWaitl ev'TV one.
Lei me hereby call tbs attention of
our country nssmnen to the meeting.
P. Ii. STKiMiKN-oy, Pastor.
Dr. E. J, Will, Veterinary Surgeon.
will bc sl Shenandoah House, at every
court. All diseases of domesticated anl
mais treated, by the latest approved
Coal ! Coal!
Al lhere will probably he a consider
sble advance iii the price of coal, I
would sdvlse my customers to prrshsse
their coal at onces Orders eas now be
nromptlv till.- I. H. B. CHAPMAH.
.-i A' v > 1 L X j\. .
Irs Kir.rJ You Hate Altars Bsejst
rOTHI HE AK.-A rich lady, cured
of Dourness and Noises in the Head by
In . Ni< hol-nn'* Arfitlcial Ear Drum-,
gUVS flo,ooo to ni? In-titute, -io that
.1. il people unable topi SSS re the Ear
Drums may have them free. Address
No. 124.li." The Nirbolson Institute,
7*o. Eighth Avenue, New York.
Four energetic men to work for thc
Bquitsble EJas las, of N. T, Good posh
lion and pay to the right parties. Apply
n. J. H. Lurros,
Di-trict Manager, Harrisonburg, Ya.
1 ll di
Gov. Tyler, in response to a petit! n
pardoned Robt, A. Minick, who, on lb
12th of Octohf r, was convicted i f hr an
hreiking and sentence'! to 12 month
mprisonment !n the county jsil and i
fine ot twenty-five dollars. We do no
know upon whatgrooadi the pardon wai
granted, ft would have ? ed tohav<
booB lair to bari Included.] . Bow mm
who waa associated in thei me crim
anti was sentenced t? 19 months im
Klarnnrek'M Iron l\?*rve
Wi' rhe result of hi- splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous en?
ergy ara not found where Stomach,
Liver. Kidneys and Bowels am i ol
older. If you want likest* qualities ami
lbs success Urey bring, use Dr. 1.
New Life Hills. They develop even
power ol brain and ho.Iv. 3nly Mc al
H. Schmitt's drug stol C.
The Week of Prayer.
The week of prayer wai closed in trie
Presbyterian Church, on la?t Sunday
riii^ht willi a sermon by Rsv. M. ll.
Bayles. Theos service? were regularly
attended by large congregations,
Services will he sontluued In the
Presbyterian Church during the present
week. Rev. Mr. McLsne, of near Bal?
timore has been preaching every night.
What is Rock &. Rye Expectorant
(Wagm-r's) ! Well, it is the best of al!
Cough Medicines made, stru'.y scientific
and Medicinal Compound for the relief
and cure of everybody suffering from
Lung Cough, or Throat Coiurli ur any
conni tu (did or Influenza, Kroichitli
or ll" irasMiesfla Ir so the- nd -?i ps
that irritating tickling, relieve* mi I
rion, loosens the phlegm and gives
quick relief at all Mmes. Di- n>>: in?
jurious. Sold by Ed. Magnid er.
Stickley VS. Iv hr. Verdict for pill", fi r
Grove vs. Southern Railway. Plain*
Sissier vs. Southern Railway* cn trial.
Mr. Robt. Myers, of Brunswick, Ml
lied Thursday morning, snd will
tmired this (Fridav) aftern i ?n st I' lg
linn, his old home.
is used in some form Ly n< ar?
ly every man you me?,t. Vutir
taste changes * 'ii. times
ami you want the best assort?
ment you can timi from
srhich to "elect :i new cigar
or piece oftobaceo, You will
- find thal assortment at I.- ?
Bsrgelt'i who carrii s tlie lar?
gest stock t?t' Cigars and
Tobaccos within '10 miles ol
W.Istock. II ? lins now on
hand 1 IT brands of cigars
and tobaccos and i- constant?
ly adding to his -tock. Chew?
ing tobacco from 5c. ti plu_'
up to the hight sf priei <l to
baoco manufactured. Cigars,
ctgarrettssand smokingt< bi -
cos from the cheapi si to the
verv best that cm bc bought
A full lin* of pipes si ways in
stock, [fyou want tin- larg?
est and best issi rtnieul to se?
lect from, call and examine
R. L. BARGELT.
i opp Herald Office,
Court St. Woodstock, Va.
y^y^y^y^-y^yx i :
Cod Liver Oil
Wc are now preparing fre?
quently a fresh emulsion of
prime NorwsglBBrVod LK er Oil
that bs nn exceedingly pal t
able preparation.. This because
to begin with the Oil Is pure
snd sweet and is then nlcslj
flavored. This is a full 50 per
cent emulsion, nany who
cannot take tbe common bot?
tled emulsion find this very
acceptable. We now put thc
M> p< phosphite- in all we
Srepare. You can bring your
ottle and buy what you
want at 60 cts. pint.
ARE WE BID9"
Timi's ju-t how wo feel a boin
our pres.-nt jewelry stock. How
much arc sro bid, ? ii any urt'ele i 1
our store? We leol we can better
afford t?> take rous price, rather
than insist upon getting ol* bs, dur?
ing the next 30 days
While our hoiids) trade s/ai ex?
cellent, we have a lurplui Stock ot
fine g.ls thal we -imply cannot
shTord to carry into the coming
spring. A few weeks will end
This is the month of lacrifioci in
this jewelry store of the people, It
is the month ot cleaning np?
store and clean-cul prices. A month
wb- n profit is Ins! sighl of.
You are fort uh rite in having jew?
elry wants just now. Present buy?
ing here means a ni^ - rina! to you
on anything you buy in J ewe ry
Watches, Clocks, Si verwareor Nov?
elties. The hour to satisfy your pre
sent w.mts or future needs i> U
FEEL ITS PULSE.
It' your watch is ?? inning i; r<
la'rly?ilocsu't beal 60 to tbe itiiuuu
let ns feel its pulse.
No feature of our business i- r.
(?civ ing more ai tent ion just now than ?
A skillful :?rt is watch rejiairi ig,
and tin- skilled repairer is close akin
to the manufacturer. We combine
both, [fyon have a fine watch ami
any part is broken or lost we can re?
place it. It' you've a valuable old i
watch that has been mined by incom?
petent workmen, let us fix it?no
cur..-, ti-- pay.
? POI K, VIRGINIA.
The Southe.".' Kailway Extension.
A letfer from Leesbore to the Rich*
mond Dispatch says: '?The report rh.it
rh.- Southern Railway CornjsMf |t|?
tunled to ? xt'nd tsSfSSd ITO'S rlosud
Hill, in Loudoun county, Sntckers
vllle, wm rerj grai'fj lng r?- * ls
of lh:ir Beetloo, i'm til th.it
slready ties are beliif db
tin* room h - rect Partial iron
th it end Sf thc ll Nate. Thc r ure
bis been graded for years, bea needs
considerable dressing np. lr li boped
th it soon this gap of four or tlvc miles
will not only be filled, but the read will
Hud it to its Interest to goshssd over
tlie BseuBtsis and on to the eosHsslds,
as wa-originally Intended when the.ir.atl
'tsrft-1 a.- ile- "Alexandria, Loudoun
and Hampshire Railroad." The road, bb
ir now ataads, li coasidered one of tuc
ben paying propertiei nf tbs southern
? stem, with busiBesS daily increasing,
while the passenger haul \.i always
large, and in tbe uimuisr Bsoothsisa*
mt-nse, and this tbe proposed extention
will largely Increase."
O -A. S T O Tl. X .A. .
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