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*r ^oostooh: "va. FRIDAY, MAY IO. 1907. Cite red at the Post Office, at Wood stock. Va., as second-class matter. U Shenandoah Valley Loan d Trust co. ?>? WOODSTOCK. VA.?> Money loaned at 6 per cent on real estate or good "oMatvral security. Savings de? posits *.r eec iv ed ic sums of 11.00 or over, and interest allowed od same. fW For particulars Address the Company at its home office, or call on J. W. Rberiy, Strasburg; O. W. Windle, Bdlnnurg; PS. Pennybacker, Mt. Jackson: or S. R. Hoover New Market Va. G ES ER AL LOCAL SEWS Slippers at Locke's. Rice 3c lb. at Glenn Locke's. Fresh Groceries at Irwin's. A good IS: Coffee ut Irwin's. Lawns 5c up. J. L. Shaffer k Co. A nice line Canned Goods at Irwin's. Lowney's test chocolates at Irwin's. Go to Hann's for lunches Court Day. We had frost on the morning of May otb. Read big bargain ad. J. L. Shaffer & Co. Circuit Court will begin next Mon? day. Candies, cigars and tobaccos at Ir vin's. I iee curtains 3i)c at J. L.Shaffer k Co. 1 * e curtains 36c pair at Glenn L K'k *t Leave your ot der fer Groceries at 1 wu.'s. .; * and beans 3lc lb, J. L. Shaffer sa Oe. Special sale of watches on court day at Klir.? - < >ranges, lemons and bananas at C. P. Irwin's. Kvervthing on wheels at Saum ii Kpard's. A full line of new fresh cereals at Haun's. Delicious Ice Cream Soda at C. 1*. Irwin's. A full line of Tobacco and Cigars at Haun's. Mattings, carpets and oil cloths at Gknn Locke's. A good two vear old colt for sale by Saum vV Epard. Sheep and cattle bells at the Shen. Fanners' Union. J. L Rover k Co. for Anchor and Babcock Buggies. [CECREAM Soda at Irwin's Nkw B 'A Fountain. Spring tooth harrows from $l-.">0 to $13.00. Saum & Kpard. We have a great line of white goods lawns Ac. at Glenn Locke's. For satisfactory repairing take your work to Kline's jewelry store. original Brown cultivators for sale bv J. L Boyer k Co. Don't forget that Haur. handles the I leather on the market. Wt- have suit6 to suit you at prices to suit you. Horsey k Atwell. Fur one horse wagons, we can't be be it. Saum A: Kpard. A varietv of refreshing drinks at Irwin's New Soda Fountain, Garden plows, *'the kind your wife can use " Shen. Farmers Union. Hay forks and fixtures at right price-, at J. L. Boyer k Co's. Just received a lot of fro>h roasted Coffee?Uc up. at Ti-tun'-;. Hats to suit any and every man in the county Horsey & Atwell. Our shoes and slipper! are made of all solid leather. Glenn Locke We carry a full line of McCormick repairs. Farmers Union. You can pet your money back if not satisfied at Horsey & Atwell's. Artic Iff Cream Freezers, the best onthemaiket. Shen Farmers Union. If you want to be proud of your boy, let us di ess him. Horsey k Atwell. RuchU>r's paints, the kind that looks well ali the time. Farners Union. Just received a line of fresh candies, cakes, and crackers at Haun's. d judges of clothing are buying our flo, $12 and $1"j suits on sight. Honey & Atwell. FOR SALK?A fine young cow with calf by her side. D. H. Gouchenour, Woodstock, Va. 'Package sale" at Kline's at 1 o'clock on court day. Lots of fun, lots of bargains. Our Spring suits are right up to the last tick of the clock in style. Horsey A Atwell. BEAN POLKS FOR SALK. At ?'?cents per dozen. J. W. Dingledine v>33t ) The Wren Manufacturing Co. Kdin? burg, Va., have all kinds of can>en. ters' supplies constantly on hand. FOR RENT?A blacksmith shop and residence at Calvary. Apply to David Hisey, R. F. D. No. 2, Wood? stock, Va. Mr. H. A. Kneisley, of the firm of Kneisley Bros has a force of hands at work this week laying a cement walk, in the jail yard. A large lot of doors, blinds, sash, flooring and carpenters' supplies of all kinds always on hand. Wren Lumber Mfg. Co. July 6-tf. Edinburg, Va. Pine apples, Bologna Sausage, Canned meats and everything needed for a good lunch at Haun's. If the money taken from my room in the Holtzman Hotel is not returned to the room by next week the party who took it will have cause to regret that this notice wes not heeded. You are known. Mrs. Fenton Windle. 4'Here's to your health and happi? ness" Dewitt's Little Karly Risers ? famous little pills. Nasty, sick headache or biliousness may come on time; the cure is an Early Riser. Sold by Walton & Smoot. Don't put off buying your binder twine, jou will need it and by calling early we can save you money. Sben. /armers Union. 1 K bi A Ci Wi ei s to ed th iii Bi bi Li * m Sf i la bl a i hii M : toll to bil bj ip we k 1 thi wi Vi Iv pn w! th. Di ] an ke th; Un 9} he bj DM \V in BM se Pl tb \\ j'-' ti? ro tl. el bi IS M \\ .V st ls Ol fl ll ;i c ii v Our Men's patent calf Oxfords are auties $2.25 to $5.00. Horsey k iwell. We are headquarters for one horse igons, we have w full line. Saum k >ard. Dur boys shoes at $1.50 are easy to y, but hard to wear ont. Horsey & well. Some fellow in the Fort hung up a pperhead snake, on Wednesday and have had rain ever since. Buggies, surries and run-abouts, of ery style. Prices will surprise you. lum k Kpara. Dr. D. D. Carter sent two fine colts Winchester Wednesday to be train on the track by Mr. Ilobt. Barr of lt cit v. Dur Serge suits are Summer neces ies as well as Summer beauts. tree] k Atwell. Mr. Chas Heater, of Middletown s a Belgian colt, from Mr. Coe. W. naweax er's horse that weighed 1470 ?mils thetday it was two years old all in court day and see our main ?th stock. Kverything on wheels. uni k Kp a rd. )ur 24c underwear in li if ht weights far better than most stores sell for [her price. Horsey k Atwell. Ur. Mark W Magruder was given urprise dinner last Monday, on .'iiUh birth dav by his aunts, the sses Ott. All enjoyed the occasion, ?or the working mmn we have good >stantial shoes we guarantee $1 ",o i? 25. Horsey & Atwell. drs. I. M. Hollingsworth's 84th th day was observed last Monday a number of her children, who Ml! the day with her. f you would like a pair of Oxfords, have them to please you Horsey Atwell. 'all line of farmers hardware, everv ng the farmer needs at prices that 1 supprise you. Shen Farmers ion. luhlenberg street has been greatly ?roved by cutting down hills and iding the road. This will be ihe ttiest residence street in the town. ^he clebrated Blatchford's calf meal 1 raise your calf at just one half 1 cost of milk. Shenandoah Farmers ion. Mttsburg Perfect Wire Fence, guar? ded the best wire fence on the mar to-day. It will cost you less money in some fe ce claimed to be "just good." Shen. Farmers Union? 3on't fail to see P. P. Morst (Buck ?) riding and walking cultivator, ore placing your order. For sale J. L Boyer & Co. rhe sound of the saw and the hara r is still heard in many parts of jodstock. A number of new build rs, which have not yet been corn need will be erected this year. Everyone knows that Spring is the ason of the year when the system eds cleansing. Dade's Little Liver ls are h'ghly recommnded. Try ?m. Walton k Smoot. dr. C. M. Elite, proprietor of the oodstock Transfer Company has ut added a tine up t< -date, spring in?der wuyon, to bis te;nu>. The w wafjon is one < f the beal made by ( olumbus Wagon Co., and is \ery ractive. rhe forty-third anniversary of the ttle of New Market, Va, May 15, ;4. will he observed Wednesday, ly I"*. 1907, under auspices of the oman's Memorial Society Tl e dress will be delivered by Kev. Dr. ott. rhe Manure Spreaders that his >od the test. The INTERNATIONAL the REST SPREADER we could get for ir trade, ev^ry one sold under a larantee. Shen. Farmers Union. We have been saving your neighbors [ney for years. Why not get in line id let us save you some? < ince a letotner, always a customer, is our oto. We do everything to please ju. Shen Farmers Union Spring Winds cfhap tan and cause ?eckles to appear. Pine salve Car Dli/.ed applied at night will relieve iat burning sensation. Nature's ?zn remedy acts like a poultice and id draws out inflammation. Wralton Smoct For crushed oyster shells for poul ?y, cement, salt, hay, Deering and haropion harvesting machinery, ultivators, fertilizer, wire fencing, luggies, Gasoline Kngines, garden nd double shovel plows etc. See J. , Boyer & Co. Invest your money in the 4 per cent. Certificates of the Shen. Valley Loan t Trust Co., Woodstock, Va. Se? curity unquestioned. Interest pay ,ble semi-annually, and Certificates 1 emable any time after six months >n short notice. Our aim is to handle the best fami? ng implements made, we have been ;ery careful in accepting agencies, wc juy LOthing but what we can recora nend and guarantee to *our trade )ur prices are lower than vou have t>een used to paying. Farmers Union. Let M. W. Magruder iusure youl property in one of his large Com panies, and then vou can rest easy, knowing that you are insured in a com pauv that is safe. Any company ii hfforf a tire. His are good after c fire. Call on Mr. Magruder and se< how little it costs to insure your build ings or furniture, Put your savings In the Saving Department of Shenandoah Valle; Loan k Trust Co., Woodstock, Va. at 3 per cent, compound interest Amounts of $1.00 and upward receb ed. The only savings institution i the county for the accumulation of th small savings of laboring men, wc men and childrer tf. Nearly every one now carries policy on his property, be it large c small. M. W. Magruder is alwaj ready to write you e policy and yo know exactly what the cost will I when the policy ls written. Court di would be a good time to take the polk you have been thinking of taking ou but have just put it off. Delays a dangerous. Do it now. The Fish Brothers' Litrht Runnii Wagons are sold under a guaranty * Cell to see them when in town cou dey; Shenandoah Farmers Union. PERSONAL. Mrs. C. A. Saum, of Rileyville, is visiting friends in this county. Mr. Albert Shaver, of Maurertown was in Woodstock last Monday. Lester Hite is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism. Mrs. Annie Childs and Mr. Frank Barron returned to Washington, lasi Saturday. Miss Beaulah Newman, of Mt. Clifton, is visiting relatives in this place. Mr. Fred. W. Calvert, of Norfolk, Va., is visiting his brother, Capt Wm. Calvert. Mr. and Mrs. Samael T. Burke, of Lantz Mills, were in Woodstock Wednesday. Mr. Charles McGhee, of Mississippi is visiting Major J. vV. Magruder and and family. Mrs P. D. Stephenson who has l>een lick for some days is reported to be nuch better. Mrs. S. P. Hollingsworth and Mrs. Sd. Hollingsworth visited Riverside ast Monday Kev. Isaac Canter, of Martinsburg, JV. Va., visited his sonr Rev. H. M. Canter last week. Mr. Wm. B. Miley who has been ravelling for Bradstreet, is at his lome this week. Hon C. M. Gibbens, of Winchester ind Mr. J. I. Coffman, of Lantz Mills, yere in town Monday. Miss Nettie Carey Funkhouser is risking her sister, Mrs. James Janey n Jefferson county, W. Va. Mr. Chas. Wilson, of the United States Army, is visiting his brother, dr. Geo. Wilson, of this place. Mr. Jos, M. Bauserman returned he first of the week from his monthly ?ound to the hospitals of the State Mrs. H. O. Nicodemus and son re urned to her home in this pl ace last fhursday from a vist to her parents n Washington. Mr. Artnur Boyer, who represents j. A. Butler, manufacturing confec ioner, of Pittsburg, Pa., is visiting ds father, Mr. Milton Boyer and emily. Dc ] Mi on T* hi. fri ye; bei 1 gn ph ms ful su ar aw an wa to wh kni mc Mr I Re Ch the "Li Yet Th< Po I Not Am Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bushong. of Earles Town, W. Va., visited Mr. iushong's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I!. il. Bushong, this week. Mr. and Mrs, Jacob Downey, of Mt. ackson, were in Woodstock last donday, attending the funeral of Mrs. . L. Wisman. Mr. Martz Gochenour and family, )f near Maurertown, was in town kVednesdav. While here they had a froup of the family made at Morrison's ,'ourt street studio. Mrs. M. B. S. Hoover and daugh ers, Misses Sallie and Margie, who lave been spending the winter with ler husband in Connecticut, returned o their home in this place last Friday. Mr. 1). W. P. Cophenhaver, wbohsi 3een at Paw Paw, W. Va., wher lad a position with the America j )rchard Company of that jd ace, re? amed to his home at Calvary Mon lay. Mr Coj>enhaver says that the free/e >l last Sunday night almost entirely lestroved the i>each crop for this season. On 13,000 acres of j ;rees which the company have out, ce froze one-fourth inch thick. I 1 thi ma 111. Ha nes Wi 1 prc wa: sch du( oth viv dai Pa | wo lar ede for Bli I car ent Pis era sui ?] An nir tat to, 1 ph the Mi CnUKCM NOTES. Communion meeting was held in the Methodist Church, last Sunday morn? ing and Jegular service at night. Rev. J. A Mu .r? head, D. D., Pre* ider.t of Hourn ke College preached in the Lutheran Church last Sunday morning. Rev. J. I), liamaker will lill his regular appointment at the Christian Church here next Sunday morning and night. Rev. P. D. Stephenson, D. P.. will preach in New Market next Sunday afternoon. Rev. J. A. Snyder, I). D., will preach in Emanuel Lutheran church in this place Sunday morning at ll o'clock. Services for Woodstock Circuit for Sunday May 12, 1907: Preaching at New Hope 10:30 a. rn, " " Wesley Chapel 8 p. m. by pastor, Rev. W. A. Lynch. Bottles can be purchased at greatly reduced prices in the dry towns of the Valley. Milwaukee and McCormick binders, rakes and mower repairs at the Shen. Farmers' Union. A large number of poll taxes weie paid last Saturday and the registered vote, it is said will be larger than at any time since the adoption of the new constitution. If the weather this summer is to be along the plan that prevailed last summer, a sensible wardrobe should contain a rubber union-suit, a rubl>er umbrella and a lightning rod. Woodstock is a favored town. There was no earthquake here when a num? ber of the valley towns distinctly felt the shock of what they thought was an earthquake. Jacob Elick, Esq., hardware mer cant at Lurav, and one of our best and most conservative citizens, ex? pects to move to Shenandoah county in the near future He will offer his property here for sale. Failing health of himself and wife is the cause of bil giving up business here. Lurav deep? ly and sincerely regrets losing Mr. and Mrs. Elick.?Page Newa. Another "package sale" at Kline's jewelry stor?. Regins at 1 o'clock on court day, Monday May 13th. IVk ages 25 cents each, every one contains goods or a slip calling for something. The packages contain jewelery, novel? ties, and a variety of useful articles, including pretty china. The slips call for watches, clocks 'nd china, and any oth*?r goods shown in the window on that day. Don't miss it, Ki may get you an article worth 14 00 or $5.90 Lot! of fun and lots of big bargains, 1 o'clock p. m. court da\, Monday next, at Kline's jewelry store. Protect your horses with a binder tongue support. Call in court day and let us explain the good qualities, Shen. Farmers Union. ac au Mr aft bu wh thc Hr f- ?! a bri i. Fe If] so wi bo en M M tb es to K Wi M ath of Mrs. Virginia C. Wlimen. drs. Virginia C. Wisman, wife of '. J. L. Wisman, of this place, died last Sunday morning, aged 49 trs and II months. Hrs. Wisman was a good woman, rhly esteemed by a large number of pnds and acquaintances. For many irs. she had been a consistent raem ' of the Lutheran Church, 'or several years, she had been a kat sufferer. Surrounded by a asant horne and every thing to ke life pleasant and desirable, she ly recognized the fact that she was Tering from an incurable malady d that her life was rapidly ebbing ay. She was prepard for the ohftDge 1 calmly awaited the summons that s to relieve her of her suffering and transfer her to a permanent home pre sorrow and suffering, are un iwn. She is survived by her aged ther, her husband and one son, . Fd gar EL Wisman. 'uneral services were conducted by v. J. A. Snyder at the Lutheran urch and her body was buried in Lutheran cemetery. fe is a mystery as deep as ever death can be; , oh ' how dear it is to as, this life we live and see. child who enters life comes not with knowledge or intent; hose who enter death must go as little children sent; hing lt known. Hut I believe that God is overhead: I ns life ls to the living, so death is to the dead," >eath of Prof (leo. R. Hamman. Vof. Geo. R. Hamman. a native of i county, a son of Jacob S. Ham n, now a resident of Charleston, , and a nephew of Mr. Geo. C. mman, of this place, died on Wed day morning, April 24th, at Fort >rth, Texas, aged .">2 years, 'rof. Hamman was one of the most iininent educators of Texas. He i Principal of the Fort Worth ools for a number of years, con Jtor of the State Normal and held er prominent positions. He is ser? ed by a widow, two sons, and one lghter. He was a member of St jI's Methodist Church. GEORGE BLUMMER. Ir. George Blummer, of Chestnut Dd, Roland Park, died at the Mary d General Hospital Sunday of ma, the resuli of an operation per? med S3veral days before. Mr. mimer was a noted musician, torn in Germany 81 years ago, he ne to this country at the age 42 and ered the employ ol the Webeter mo Company. He became a gen 1 agent and was successful. He ll vived by a son and two daughters lr. Henry G. Blummer, Mrs. J. A. sel and Mrs. A. R. tn Bohme?and e grandchildren. The luneral will e place from his home at 2 P. M. ay.? Balto. Sun, of May the 7th. lr. Blummer was well known in this ,ce where he has tuned pianos for past 10 years. In l!*>4 he instituted hl^nberg Council Royal Arcanu rn this: place. Automobile Accident. dr. Van I^ear Brown, of Baltimore. :ompanied by several ladies, in an rOmcbill met Mr. Luther Henry near . John Hoover'-, hist Thursday ??moon. Mr. Henry got out of his Igy and was holding his horse, en the machine was peealng him, horse suddenly turned, threw Mr. nry against a fence, broke down the ce and with the buggy passed into wheatfield. Mr. Brown at once )ught Mr. Henry to town in his tomobile, and took him to Dr rd's office for medical treatment. ?. Henry was considerably brui d his head was cut by a barbed rt- that had been stretched above the ard fer.ee. The horse had a slight t and the buggy was uninjured. Surpised Their Friends. Mr. Frank C. Coffman and Miss av Newton, youngest daughter ol r. and Mrs. C. VA". Newton, surprised cir friends in this place Monday ening when they very quietlv went the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joeepb fd ley on Spring street where they ?re made man and wife by Rey. H. . Canter of the Methodist church. Sore Nippies. A cure may be effected by applying hamberlain's Salve as soon as the lild is done nursing. Wipe it oil ith a soft cloth before allowdrjg thc lild to nurse. Many traiet*a nurses se this salve with^*he best results rice 2T) cents per box. Sold a chmitt's Drug Store. Following a revival sermon at Whit :re, Frederick county. Thursday ight, Misses Carrie Whitacre an< (aggie Carpenter professed conver ion and insisted upon the ordinanc f baptism being administered at once dthough it was 10 o'clock. In th ight of a huge bonfire, which wa* astily built on the bank of a nearb tream, the young women waded ou nto the creek snd were immersed b ie minister, while the congregatioi itood on the banks and sang hymn Don't Pay Alimony o be divorced from your appendh L'here will be no occasion for it if yo eep your bowels regular with Di bing's New Life Pills. Their actio s so gentle that the appendix neve las cause to make the least complain "Juiranteed at Schmitt's Drug Stcn I'c Try them. Fly time?Try our window screer and screen doors. Prices lower tha you think. Shen. Farmers Pnion. For delicious ice-cream, superior I *ny that has ever b*?en sold upon th market, we can recommend that rna j f aclu red by Mr. H. O. Nicodemu We know whereof we speak as M Nu-i-demui kindly placed the Hkkai ollioe under obligation to him, by u loading in our sanctum a freezer most delicious cream. He is at a times prepared to serve private far Hies, parties, picnics, Ac, ir ai quantity from a quart to a hundn gallons. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is b* for women and children. Ita mild a tion and pleasant taste makes it pn erable to violent purgatives, such pills tablets, etc Get the book and a sample of Orino at Walton Smoot. Garden plow?, hoes, rakes and eve thing used in the garden at Shem doab Farmers' Pnion. Public Speaking. Rev. J. Kdward Richardson, Field Secretary Northern Virginia District, Virginia Anti-Saloon League, will de? liver an address before the people in front of the Court House Woodstock, Va., next Monday (Court Day) at 2 o'clock, p. m. And on Monday night at the usual hour he will speak at the Christian Church on the important subject that is now engaging the attention of tho people of the town. He is a fine speaker and the general public ls specially invited to come out and hear him. The town authorities have cleaned out the ditches on Court street, and thrown the mud on the macadamised road. When the sun dries the mud and the winds scitter the dust, the l>eople will have the privilege of breathing the combination. THE NEW JEWELRY STORE ? OF? I L will be open for business in about two weeks. Every piece of jewelry in the place will be new and of the latest design and style. The stock will be complete comprising: from Diamond Rings to collar buttons. If you are in need of any? thing' in the jewelry line, it will pay you to wait and see the new goods. R. L. BAROELT, Reliable Jeweler and Optician, Woodstock, Va. SOnE WAYS IN WHICH WE CAN SERVE YOU. If you have money, deposit it with us. If you need money, borrow it of us. If you want to send money away,buy a money order of us. If you want to sell a note, show it to us. If you have papers you want collected bring them to us. If it is not convenient to come to the bank, write us. You can nuke a deposit or do most any kind of business by mail with us. Shenandoah Sat, Bant, Woodstock, Va. It is said by many, competent to say, that our store and stock would be in keeping with a much larger town or a small city. We have been keeping pace witn our town and prosper? ous county, aiming to sup? ply the buying puhlic with desirable goods at consistent prices. We carry a strong line of solid gold and tilled jewelry, of best manes and moder ately priced. Our sterling silver and plated wares are of the best make, and there is beauty and variety in our collection. Our rich cut glass and im? ported! nina show the best productions known for qual? ity, and beauty in design and decorations. A visiv will con? vince any one. Wm. KLINE, Jeweler and Optician, WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA Letter to J. C. Hutchison Woodstock, Va. Dear Sir: The cheekiast fraud in all paint is paste paint. Here's one. Lawyer Arley H. Magee, Dover, Del. painted his house four vears ago with paste paint at a cost of *44 for paint and etsi for labor: total 1105. The house got shabby in two years: then he painted with De voe at very different cost: UH for paint and $30 for labor; total 148. [Paste paint 1106; Devoe $48.] It is like fatting hogs on milk J whitewash. Yours truly, 21 F. W. DEVOE 4 CO. p. s. C. L. Gibbs sells our paint. Thoroughbred Rhode Island Reds. Single Comb Rhode Island Red F.ggs for sale at $1.00 per setting. M. C. Gkahm.t.. Seneca S;ock Food givea the same effect es other stock food that coats twice the money. Shen. Farmers Union. THE STORE FOR QUALITY. schmitt saxjs It pays when sick to go to a doctor. It does not pay when sick to try to doctor yourself. It does not pay when sick to ask the advice of someone who is cot a doc? tor. After going^to your] doc? tor, bring his prescriptions to us to be filled; we will fill them lo his entire satisfac? tion. SCMMITTS DRUO STORE, Woodstock Ve. ICE CREAM SODA 5c. OUR Ul, 1 effective and palatable tonic for Spring. .are;e Bottle 50 Cents, EVERYTHING IN DRUGS. WALTON 6\ SMOOT, Druggists, IRWIN'S OLD STAND. Soda Fountain n Operation. Announcements. ")R COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. the Democratic Voters of Shenandoah Co: hereby announce myself a candidate tor Office of Commonwealth's- Attorney, sul> t to the action of the Democratic primaries be held for the same, respectfully solicit your support for the ce and. If elected, pledge myself to the thtu! discharge of its duties. Respectfully. RUSH H. WILLIAMSON. hereby announce myself a candidate for ?office of Commonwealth's Attorney for enandoah county, Virginia, subject to the :ionof Democratic primaries, f n.urinated I promise a faithful discharge the dutie* of the office to the extent of my ility. CW. RENNICK. ) the Democratic Voters of Shenandoah Co: [ herebyr announce myseli as a candidate for e Office of Commonwealth's Attorney for lenandoah County, subject to tbe action of e democratic primaries, I solicit vour earnest support for said nomi itfon, and if it should be the pleasure of the ?opie to nominate me, I sproul iso to devote 1 my time to the duties of said office, and edge myself to discharge the eau e in a sat ractory way to the people ot said county, ?d I hope with credit to myself. As to mv qualifications for said office. I re r you to any of the older lawyers of the uinty. or other business men with whom I n acquainted. Very respectfully, P. ri. BRUAH BACK. FOR SH KUI FF. 0 the Voters of Shenandoah County: 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate ?r Sheriff of Shenandoah County, subject to ie Democratic Primaries. If elected I ?om I se tne faithful snd impartial discharge ' the duties of said office. Your support will ? appreciated. Respectfully. JOHN E. ROGERS. Strasburg. Va. larch 35th, 1907. 0 the Voters of Shenandoah County; 1 hereby announce myself a candidate'tor torifl of Shenandoah ct tun ty, subject to the :tion of the Democratic primaries. If it should be the pleasure of tbe people to ominate me, 1 promise if elected to honestly ad faithfully perform the duties ot said office, moat respectfully solicit your support. Very respectfully, J. R. BAKER, FOR STATE SENATE. 'o the Voters of the Tenth Senatorial Dis? trict: Subject to tbe action of the remocraiic rimaneshereHftei to be held, I hereby an ounce myself a candidate for State Senator >r the Senatorial district composed of the Aunties ot Shenandoah and Frederick *nd !itv of Winchester. Under tne rule of rotation, which has been alternately invoked by the upper and lower ounties of this Distaict and has heretofore irevalled. I take it for granted that it wiP tx he judgment of the people of the District that he bomination for the next term of this iffic should in fairness go to s-?me candidate esiding in the lower section of rhe District HoaM it be the pleasure of the voters of this Senatorial District to entrust me with the lischarge of the duties of this office I will ear? nestly endeavor to serve them with diligence ind fidelity: and to tbe best of my ability, md with impartial regard to r tbe interests of jeth counties. ROBT. M. WARD. Winchester, Va-, March 7 1907, 1\> the Voters of the Counties of Frederick, Shenandoah and the City of Winchester. 1 respectfully announce myself a candidate for re-election to tbe State Senate, subject to the democratic primiry election tobe held for tbe purpose of selecting a candidate. I desire al?o to express mv grat'tude for the past cordial support given me, and to promise, if relected, to a?rve the people of the district and State faithful y, and to the best ot my ability. Very respectfully, F. S. TA VENN SR. ICB CRBAM The Excelsior Creamery, Wood stock, Va., is better prepared to furnish ICE CREAM on short notice and reasonable prices, to yard parties, festivals, pic-nics, etc., than any establishment in the Valley. All Ice Cream and Ices guaranteed pure. Leave your orders at Walton 01 Smoot'a Drug Store or address, A. W. Nicodemus & Sons, 4-5-6mo. Woodstock, Va. I will pay highest prices for al 1 kinds country produce. Call to sec us. T. 0. Locke. A Second Declaration of Independence Just took place at In? dependence Hall, when it was painted with HARRISONS' TOV^^NTRY 48C0L0RSANDALLCC0D It had always been painted with Lead-and 0 i 1; but they had to come to ready-mixed paint (300 gallons required for the job), and, of course, they chose "Town & Country"-best for national buildings best for your house If you are Thinking of Painting: I would be pleas? ed to see you and have a talk with you about Harrisons paint. We can prove to you that we have as good if not the Best Paint made. lt costs just as much to put on cheap paint as it does to paint with Harri? sons, Town and Country Paint, 48 colors and all good. Call to see us. Yours for Busi? ness, T. SLBNN LOCKB. March 31. Opposite th? Jail. Special Bargains For 30 Days! J. L. AT Ho. FRICBS TALK. jace Curtains 2t yds long worth 50c or ."Wc: Toweling worth 5c for 2*c: 12 Juart Tin Buckets worth 15c for 9c; )ress Goods worth 25c for 19c: Heavy bibbed Hose worth 12$c for 1<>c: 'anned Corn worth 10c for sc: Matting -5c fer 22c: Matting worth 15c for I2$c: ..adies' Long White or Black Gloves Oe tor 3!?c: Enamel Wash Basins rorth 15c for l?>c: 12 <vMiart Tin Dish 'ans worth 15c for 9c: Knamel Buck ts worth X'c for 25c: Bice Broken: Grain) worth He To* .lie: Lawn worth 10c for ^: Silk Mull worth 2.5c for 22c: Tin Wash Boilers worth $1.00 now %c; Heavy Dust Pans worth 10c now 5c Lantern Globes for 5c each Salmon worth 12*c for lo Tin Cups (Pint) Each, Beans White) Mens' Heavy Shirts Carpel Slippers Tin Coffee Pots Macaroni 3c for lc 5c for 3ft 45c for .'i5c 50c for M\*c Lfie for 10c 1<>c for S: frunks Worth*;;.00 FOR $2 50 Dress Suit Cises Worth $1 75 for $1.35 lubber Collars worth 20c and 25c for 5c: -5c Bottle of Lemon Extract for 4c: Cakes of 5c Soap for 25c: Ladies 'ercal Wrappers worth $1.25 for ll 00 Envelopes per Package 2ic: Ladies' rurnover Collars each 5c. Lace Curtains Sf yds Longworth $1.2.5; Per Pair, u*c: 15c Fancy Crepe Mantle Paper for 10c: 1 Yard Wide Brown Cotton per Yard 5c: Men's Work Shirts Be; Bovs' Pants per Pair 2-5c. We are ready to save you meney. We carry a general line, and prices that defy competition. Come early and get some of these Special Bargains. Highest prices paid for trade. J. L. Shaffer & Co. NEXT DOOR TO COURT HOUSE. Noy. 2?3mo. P s.?We carrv the following well 'known Shoei, American, Lady, Ara??,l can Gentleman and the famous "WALKOVER." Great for Style, Com* rt and Wear, THE WRENN Lumber Mig. Co., CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. For work in Woodstock and vicinity see W. G. Murdock. ^T^ft'AfrAid Don't be Afraid It's an Anchor! Hundreo of thousands of vehicle users in all parts of the world indorse "the above quotation." Too much cannot be said about the safety of the Anchor vehicles. Our patent fifth wheel, patent double channel un? breakable reaches, patent shafts, and patent body construc? tion, are features that affect the "true wear," of a buggy, and with unparalleled strength in these directions, a driver can feel perfectly safe in a "tight place." For sale by J. L. Boyer &Co.