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SHENANDOAH HERALI
^OODSTOOK VA.
FRIDAY, MAY I7, 1907.
?Sneered %t the Post Office, %* Woo<
stock. Va., ss second-class matter.
3 lensndo^h Valley Loan ?* Tniat ic
?OJ WOODSTOCK, VJUOS*
Money loaned at 6 per oent on real estate
or arood collateral security. Saving* de?
pots received ic suma ot f 1.00 or over,
and interest allowed od same.
0T For particulars ac dress the Com par j
at ita home office, or call on J. W. Rberiy,
Strasburg; O. W. Windle, Edinburg; P. 8.
Penajbackor. Mt. Jackson: or S. A.
Hoover New Market Va.
G ES ER AL LOCAL SEW*
llice 3c lb. Glenn Lock.
Try our lo >se coffee 18c lb. it is
fine. Glenn Loeka.
Head Kline's adv. headed ''Di*,
monds."
See our show window for shoes and
slippers. Glenn Locke.
We carrv the largest assortment of
underwear in town. Glenn Locke.
The horse market last Monday was
pood and horses brought good
prices.
Our new line of diamond rings are
interesting in beauty and in price.
Kline.
BEAN TOLES FOR SALE. At
nts per dozen. J. W. Dingledine.
3s.)
1 cuit court is in session this week,
.^nr^e Harrison oj>ened .court on
Moot! iv.
The >est place to invest your money
j* :n r> per cent. Valley and Loan
Ccrti fiestas.
An interesting Utter from Seven
Fountains reached us too late for this
issue
Tbe Wren Manufacturing Co. Edin?
burg, Va., have all kinds of caruen.
ters' supplies constantly on haud.
FOR SALE-Two Jersey cows.
Will be fresh this month. M. F. Em
swiller, Woodstock, Va
The Presbyterian congregation has
ghen its pastor Kev. P D Stephen?
son, D. D., a two months vacation.
Front Roval will have reel races on
the Fourth of July We suppose the
Shenandoah Fire Company will be ol
h*nd to take part.
The ladies of Woodstock propose to
hold a red. white and blue festival,
f ortlu* !*enet!t of the town hall For
full particulars, apply to the mayor.
Friday, we will have fresh pir.e
apples, tomatoes, cabbage, bananas,
oranges, lemons and cocoanuts.
Glenn Locke.
A large lot of doors, blinds, sash,
flooring and carpenters' supplies of
all kinds always on hand.
Wren Lumber Mfg. Co.
July o-tf. Edinburg, Va.
Winter seems to have ended and
many are already looking for the
man who asks: "ls it hot enough for
you?"
"Here's to your health and happi?
ness"-Dewitt's Little Early Risers
? famous little pills. Nasty, sick
headache or billiousness may come on
time: the cure is an Early Riser. Sold
bv Walton k Smoot.
With snow seven feet deop and lbs
thermometer below zero for 24 suc?
cessive days in April and May, South?
ern Wyoming is not a good field for
improved ice making machinery.
Evervon e knows that Frrircr is the
season < i tl.? year wher the system
needs cleans. 1 g. bude's Little Liver
Pills are h ghly recommnded. Try
them. Waltoo k Smoot.
A W. C. T. T. medal contest will
be held in Iwia's Hall, Wednesday
evening, May 22d. Contestants from
Harrisonburg, Strasburg and -Wood?
stock. Shaffer's "Orchestra will furnish
music. Admission 19 cents. Reserv?
ed seats 1* certs. Public cordially
invited.
Spring Winds chap tan and cause
freckles to appear. Pine salve Car?
bo li zed applied at night will relieve
that burning sensation. Nature's
own remedy acts like a poultice and
and draws out inflammation. Walton
fe Smoct.
The congregation of the Presby?
terian Church, of Fredericksburg,
gave Rev. G. E. Henderlite, the act?
ing pastor, and Mrs. Henderlite
a reception at the church, which was
largely attended Mr. Henderlite
was a former pastor of the Presby?
terian church of this place.
Invest your money in the 4 per cent.
Certificates of the Shen. Valley Loan
k Trust Co., Woodstock, Va. Se?
curity unquestioned. Interest pay?
able semi-annually, and Certificates
deemable any time after six months
on short notice.
Messrs. D O. an d J, H. Evans, con?
tractors of Edinburg, have contracted
to remodel the stone residence of Mr.
Il B. Chapman on Muhlenburg street.
They will remove the brick wing on
the Court street side and erect a stone
building instead, and will build a
stone porch the entire length of the
house on Muhlenburg street.
Put your savings In tbe Savings
Department of Shenandoah Valley
Loan & Trust Co., Woodstock, Va.,
at 3 per cent, compound interest
Amounts of $1.00 and upward receiv?
ed. The only savings institution in
the county for the accumulation of the
?mall savings of laboring men, wo?
men and chi ld rei tf.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is best
for women and children. Its rni'd ac?
tion and pleasant taste*makes it pref?
erable to violent purgatives, such as
pills, tablets, etc Get the booklet
and a sample of Orino at Walton &
Smoot.
Two automobiles passed through
Woodstock on Monday, court day
and were greeted by a larks crowd
than they will meet between Baltimore
and Jamestown. The party consisted
of Mr. M. S. Hess and his guests
Messrs. Mannie. Strauss, William
Otendorf and John Morgar.witch and
Mr. Ferdinand Bernheimer, accom?
panied by his sister, Mrs. Martin J?
Koha; and his nephew, Mr. Abe
jiernhetmer.
*>
PERSONAL.
Mr. Wm H. Rickard, of Harrison?
burg was in Woodstock, this week.
Mr. A. E. Robinson, of Wine, waa
in Woodstock several days thi9 week.
Mr J. R. Jones, of Cincinnati! is
visiting his sister, Mrs, H. M. Canter.
Mr. Filmore Robinson returned
from Charles Town last Wednesday.
Mrs. W. H. Darbie and little son,
are visiting relatives and friends in
Luray.
Mr. Chas. Van Pelt, of Staunton
spent several days last week in Wood?
stock.
Rev. W. H. Darbie left Monday
morning for Warrenton where he will
spend a week.
Mrs. Jno. L. Livers and daughter
Dorothy returned from a visit to Mrs.
L's sister, Mrs. Baker, of Hagerstown
Mr. A. I'. Lewis, Stenographer of
Harrisonburg wus professionally en?
gaged in the circuit court, in this
place, this week.
Jno. T. Haivis, Esqr. of Harrison?
burg was in Woodstock, last Tuesday
engaged in tho trial of the case of
Liskey vs Liskey
Mr. Charles Russell is in Norfolk
this week attending the Grand Lod^e
of I. O. O. F. as a reprepresentath e
from Ashby Lodge of this place.
L. W. Whiatley, Esq., of Wash?
ington, was engaged in case before
the circuit court of this, county, on
last Wednesday.
Postmaster J. KT. Davis and daugh?
ters, Mrs. W. M. Calvert and Miss
Lorena Davis were called to Har?
risonburg this week on account of the l(
death of Mrs. M. A. Davis, a sister
in-law of Mr- Davis, who died in that
piree Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
LISKEY VS. LISKEY.
On iast Tuesday a case between
Robt. Liskey, of Rockingham and
Jonas Liskey,of this county,was tried.
Robt. Liskey won the case. $1,2">0.25
was involved.
Some few years ago Robt, loaned a
relative of his bv the name of Jonas
Liskev, sums of money from time to
time, taking a lien on farming im?
plements, horses, etc., and finally to
recover the same he was forced to sue.
He got judgment for the amount nam?
ed above, but when the sheriff went to
levy the execution Jonas Liskey's wife
claimed that the property was hers,
as she had a bill of sale conveying
the property to her.
The matter was taken into court
Tuesday for the first time on its merits.
The simple question was whether or
not that part of the conveyance wasjj
fraudulent in so far as it vitiated the
debt of Robert Liskey The jurv de?
cided in favor of Robt. Liskey who
was represented by Mr. John T.
Harris, of Harrisonburg, and Hon.
M. L. Walton, of Woodstock. Mrs.
Jonas Liskey was represented by
Judge F. S, Tavenner, of this place,
and Hon. Robert J. Walker, of Mt.
Jackson.
Change of Firm
Having purchased the stock of
groceries of G. H. Baun, on Mu in St,
WooOstoek. we invite the j
when in ne( d cf ai ythii x in the
erv linc to call alieiethej wi:! -Always
find a complete lino of staph SO i
fancy groceries, green gr< ceries, etc.
We are going to make a speciality i f
lunches ar.d our lurch room will be
equipped for that purpose. Our prices
low, lower than you have l?een used
to paying. Youri for business,
il. Sager & Co.
Store and Post-office Robbed.
The post-cftice and store of David
Hrpner's, at Hepner's, in the south?
ern pait of this county, were entered
by burglars Monday night aud con?
siderable goods stolen. A warrant
has been Issued and arrests are ex?
pected to be made this week.
Sore Nippies.
A cure may be effected by applying
Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the
child is done nursing. Wipe it off
with a soft cloth before allowing the
child to nurse. Many trained nurses
use this salve with the best results
IMce ~"> cents per box. Sold at
Schmitt's Drug Store.
Mr. G. O. Hammond, of Mt. Jack?
son, who graduated last week at the
Dunsmore Business College in Staun?
ton has accepted a position with the
Staunton National Bank as steno?
grapher. Mr. Walter Newman, New
Market, who graduated at the same
institution in bookkeeping left for
Dott, Mercer county, W. Va., were he
has accepted a position with the
WenoLah Coal and Coke Company as
bookkeeper.
Last Monday was a field day. There
was a large crowd and candidates
were putting in sledge hammer blows
on all sides. Mr. Ward,of Frederick
and Judee Tavenner of this county,
candidates for the State Senate wort
busy interviewing their friends.
Messrs. Bennick, Brumback and
Williamson candidates for Common?
wealth's Attorney had scarcely time?
to eat a short lunch at noon: Messrs.
Baker and Rogers, candidates for
Sheriff both seemed highly pleased
with the prospect and Capt. G W.
Koontz wore a happy smile, as he
constantly received assurances of ;?
hearty support in all sections. The
canvass was conducted in good humor
and all seemed happy, over the pros?
pect of nomination.
On last Friday evening abont 8:15
o'clock an automobile containing three
men crashed into the gate across the
North end of Main street, break?
ing it in halves,the occupants escaped
injury but received a jar which will
hold them for awhile The automo
bilists were running at a high rate of
speed, little thinking that they were
going through a town that was
'? fenced In" at sundown, when the
crash came. At first they started tc
swear and curse the officials for hav?
ing a death trap across the road at
night, but upon reflecting on their
narrow escape from death or injury
they proceeded on their journey thank*
ing an all Wise I*rovidence for their
deliverance trora the *'death trap set
at the North end of Woodstock" by
the Valley Turnpike Company for the]
automobilist.
TEMPERANCE MEETINGS.
Rev. II. If, Canter preached
very strong temperance serra
on last Sunday night and Rev.
Edward Richardson, Field Secreta
Northern Virginia District, Virgie
anti-saloon league, delivered an a
dress on the Court House pavement
2 p. m., on Monday and at the Chri
tian Church on Monday nigh
in both the sermon and address the
were strong, forceful argument wit
out vituperation or personal abuse i
slurs of any kind.
It was really a pleasure to hear t]
subject discussed as these gentlerae
discussed it. Saloon-keepers at
drunkards could have been prese
and they would not have heard 01
word to offend them, but might hai
derived great benefit from hearing ti
question so ably presented. The pe(
pie of Woodstock will in a short tin
be called upon to vote upon the que;
tion whether whisky saloons shall I
continued in this place. It is a que*
tion upon which every man has a rig!
to vote according to the dictates c
his own conscience. Whenever y(
find one side resorting to abuse an
vituperation it is evidence of a Jack c
good taste upon the part of the part
resorting to such measures, or th
weakness of the cause which he repre
sents.
MASSANUTTEN ACADEMY.
Commencement exercises will be
rin on the evening of May 31s
vith the anniversary of the Literar;
Societies in the Reformed church
rhe program will consist of music
>rations, and an address. The oratoi
>f the occasion will be Mr. Linr
iarbough, Esq , of Chambersburg
'a. Mr. Harb^pugh is a son of Dr
lenry Harbough who was one of tnt
eading theologians of Mercersbure
College fame, was noted also as s
lymnwriter and as the poet of the
'ennsylvania German people. On
lunday evening, June .Ind, Rev. II
"anter, of Woodstock will preach thf
nnual sermon to the {students in the
veformed Church. The week will in
hide an oratorical contest on Monday
vening?when four prizes will ne the
bjects of contest by young ladies and
entlemen?field day sporting day ex
rcises and music recital on Tuesday,
mnis tournament commencement ex
rcises and reception on Wednesday,
'hree young ladies. Miss Alice Coff*
ian, Miss Arlene Walker and Miss
largaret Bowman will be graduates
I the music department, and Missal
rene Logan, Dorothy Shoeraakor,
rlene Walker. Jane Mahon, Alice
lowman, Anna Wenger, Messrs
harles Hupp and Leo Geary, will
veive certificates for courses persued
i the business department.
The Academy Glee Club, consisting
f -"> people, will give a concert in
lt. Crawford, Va., tonight under the
nspices of Trinity congregation.
he club left on the noon train. The
>ncert will be given in Woodstock in
ie near future.
The next game of base bali w ill c
T on May 2">th l>etween M. A. aud
henandoah Valley Academy of
Winchester Va.
Crurch Dedication.
The Methodist Cnurch in Wood
ock, will be dedicated on Sunday,
me .">0th. The dedicatory sermou
ill be Breached by Kev. Collins
enney, of Nashville, Tenn. A nura
?r of other ministers will be presont.
II the surviving pastors of this
large will be "Invited. Among the
umber is one who was preacher in
large of Woodstock circuit ov>
?ars ago.
/oman's Home Mission Society.
The Woman's Home Mission So?
oty of the Baltimore Conference,
ill meet in the Methodist church, in
Woodstock, May 1Mb to '2\*l. The
mual sermon will be preached on
undaj morning by Rev. EL M, Can
r. Young Peoples Service at 3 p.
., and addresses, &c. at night.
The meetings of the Society will
miinue over Monday and Tuesday
osing on Tuesday night.
Daughters of the Confederacy.
A meeting of the chapter is called
>r Saturday 18th, at 3 o'clock p. m.,
i the Hall. Members will please be
?ompt as we have but little time left
i which to arrange for Memorial
ay. Commander of Camp will please
ppoint a committee to meet with the
lapter at the hour specified.
,Mus. J. Williams, Pres.
ula Maukudek, Re. Sec.
Store Changes hands.
Mr. G. H. Haun has sold his grocery
ore on Main street to B. Sager &
o., who will conduct an up-to-date
rocery and lunch room. Mr. Sager
ats been in Ohio for the past several
jars and returned here on a visit
>veral weeks ago. Mr. Haun has not
i yet decided what business he will
D into.
CHURCH NOTES.
Communion service will be held in
ie Lutheran Church next Sunday
lorning. Rev. J. A. Snyder, D. D.,
ill preach Preparatory services on
alu rd ay at 2 p. m.
Rev Father McVerry, of Winches
r, held services in the Catholic
lurch in this place Wednesday moitv
sf.
Don't Psy Alimony
i be divorced from your appendix
here will be no occasion for it if you
3?p your bowels regular with Dr
ing's New Life Pills. Their action
i so gentle thst the appendix o
as cause to make the least complaint,
u ara n teed at Schmitt's Drug Store.
x>. Try them.
Arul-^aloon League.
The 3rd Annual Convention of the
Ihenandoah County Anti*Sulo< 0
teague will be held at New Market
n Wednesday, May 22nd, beginning
kt 10 a. m. Speaking expected by
eld Secretaries Revs. J. W. West
aid VA. J. Richardson and local
BOOtlSSSOw
An excellent program has beea
trepared and dinner free to all who
tttend.
Mr. J. Vr. Dingledine has painted
iis residence on South Main streeUm
proving its appearance very much.
HERE'S A QUEER MIXUP.
I. E. HAUSEXFLCCK, 63 YEARS OLD
AC< UMtD <?!' KIDNAPPING GIRL.
Lynchburg, Va,, May I">.?Sirara
E. Hausentluck, of Shenandoah coun?
ty, was arrested here today on a war?
rant sworn out by John W. Rudolph,
of Toms Brook, that county, charging
him with kidnapping and abducting
his daughter, Mamie Rudolph, aged
19 years, for immoral purpose.
Hr? usenfluek, who is about 69 years
of age and who is well known in his
home county, was locked up at the
police station. When seen this after
noon Hausenfluck declared that he
was innocent, and that his whole at?
titude in the matter has simply been
that of a friend to the girl, who ap?
peared to him to be in great troubl e
because of her condition.
Hausenfluck declared the girl wanted
to leave home in order to reach Somer?
set, and that he reluctantly consented
to assist her. He said she had a
friend of the family drive her to Mt
Jackson, 20 miles from her home,
where he met her by appointment and
whence he brought her to Lynchburg
in order that the young man at Som
erset might come here to make her his
wife. Hausenfluck declares he left the
girl in a boarding house and returned
home. He expected the girl to meet
her friend, and when he left Lynchburg
he had no idea but she would be mar?
ried in a dav or two. He says he re?
turned to Toms Brook and reported
what had happened to Rudolph, and
that Rudolph expressed himself satis?
fied if his daughter had been married.
The escapade was aired at the time
in the papers of Shenandoah county
and much comment was made over
Hausenfluck's connection with the
case, but a week or two afterward
Rudolph came out in the paper at
Woodstock declaring that Hausenfluck
had explained the matter entirely to
his satisfaction and that there was
nothing more to the trouble.
Monday morning at the opening day
of the Circuit Court of Shenandoah
County, the accused says Rudolph
asked him to aid him in locating his
daughter and to try to bring about
the marriage. He again consented to
come to Lynchburg, and yesterday he
went over to Somerset in order to see
the man in the case there. Then he
came to Lynchburg on a late train
lost nij_rht. He did ?saot see Rudolph
ajjain until this morning, when he saw
him and the daughter at the Union
pasasuffar station. He was placed
under arrest there. The local au?
thorities here have been advised from
Woodstock that Sheriff Spiker will
probably reach here late tonight and
take the accused back to Woodstock
tomorrow morning. ?Bait. Sun.
Sheriff Spiker left Woodstock on
Thursday morning. He will probably
return to day, Friday.
???B> .-.???SSS?
CROSS1NQ OVER THE RIVER.
JAMES K. P? HOOVER.
Mr .las. Iv. P. Hoover died at his
nee about two miles N. W. of
Woodstock, last Sunday. He had
been suffering for some years with
heart disease. On last Sunday he
was able to be up, and as he started
to lay upon his bed expired at once.
Mr. Hoover was twice married and
is survived bv his wife, eleven ehil
dren, Arthur J., of Ohio; Mrs. Albert
F. Miller, of Washington; Mrs. Bel?
linger, of Wlnehestsr; Mrs. Samuel
Marston, of Pittsburg, Pa.: and Geo.
J., Frank E., Louis H., differ, Homer
and Misses Maud and Florence, of
Shenandoah county, and one sister.
Mrs. Jacob Keller, of Woodstock and
three brothers, Messrs. Wm.. Perry
and Lemuel Hoover. He was a member
of the Reformed Church.
He was a gallant Confederate sol?
dier, having entered the army before
he was eighteen years of age. He
was badly wounded near his home,
and never fully recovered from the
effects of the wound. He was a mem?
ber of Co. K, 12th Va. Caw comman?
ded by Capt Geo. Grandstaff.
Funeral services were conducted
last Tuesday by his pastor. Row. N.
H. Skyles, and his body was buried
in the old family burying ground. He
was about 62 years of age.
ANOTHER VETERAN I'ASSEs AWAY.
Mr. Jacob Cooper, of Edinburg,
died last Tuesday, aged about TO
years. He was the color bearer of the
10th Va Inft. proudly carrying a
beautiful silk flag, presented to Co.
C, of the loth Regt. by the ladies of
the neighborhood of Edinburg. The
flag which he bore through a number
of battles is still preserved as a
valuable relics of the war be?
tween the states. He afterwards
became a member of Co. K, 12th Va.
Cavalry, in which he gallantly served
till the close of the war. He is sur
vived by live daughters and two sons.
His body was accompanied to its last
resting place, on Thursday bj a num?
ber of his old comrades. The funeral
services were conducted by Rev. D.
H. Rhodes. -
MRS. KATE MCELROY.
Mrs. Kate McElroy died at Edin?
burg last Sunday. She was a daugh?
ter of the late Richard Miller. She
was an excellent woman, highly es?
teemed by a large circle of relatives
and friends. All of her immediate
family had passed away before her,
but she is survived hy a large number
of relatives. For many years she had
b^en a consistent member of the Metho
dtol Church.
She was buried last Tuesday in the
-etery on the hill. The services
were conducted by her pastor, Rev.
T. G. Nevitt.
Horses W*nt?d.
Will buy pair young heavy draft
marrs, good colors, must be well
b.-olten and work under single lines.
D > not object to them having suckling
c Its by their sides.
J. D. G RA HILL,
Woodstock, Va
The Shenandoah Fire Co. will hold
an International Strawberry Party
od the Court house Square, on Friday
and Saturday evenings, May the 24th
an 1 18*%.
Boa r? hs _/)lta *W ?o? H^BAlwm BSOjM
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Virginia Crops Hurt by
Frost Saturday NU
Reports from various section)
Virginia, West Virginia and Ma
land aro to the effect that some di
age was done by frost Saturday nig
Fruit-growers and hucksters in
Valley declare serious damage 1
been done to tender fruit buds s
growing vegetation, while the stra
berry crop is almost complet
ruined.
Fanners in Frederick county 1<
thousands of young tomato plants
the trost.
A report from Lynchburg is to t
effect that a heavy frost formed Um
Sunday morning, doing some daraag
THE NEW
JEWELRY STORE
?OF?
I I
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
Kittos 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 tfoods.
R. L. BARGELT,
Reliable Jeweler and Optician,
Woodstock, Va.
SOHE 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
make a deposit or do most
any kind of business by
mail with us.
Shenandoah Nat, Bani',
Woodstock, Va.
Diamonds
are not only very interest?
ing but one of few things which
can be enjoyed and at same
time increase in value.
We have just added to our
stock a number of tine grade
perfect diamonds mounted in
the most desirable rings and
brooches at prices that make
them interesting
As an Investment,
We would be pleased to
have you see our new and
pretty collection and note the
quality and prices.
Money invested in dia?
monds willjincrease more rap?
idly than in anv other safe
investment and you can have
the benefit of the pleasure
afforded in usintr the dia?
monds.
Wm. KLINE,
Jeweler and Optician,
WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA
N. B.?We recet diamonds in
any style mountings.
Training Week.
True to its long established record
sining week brought rain. It
owever, did not disappoint the boyi
s it would have done fifty years ago
hen the Virginia Militia system wai
i the full tide of glory.
Letter to Robert Fansler.
? Woodstock, Va.
Dear Sir: The cost of a ga I ion ol
aint put-on is about $.*>, no mattel
hat paint you buy.
"X? gallons Devoe put-or. $ 501
10 ', next-urade M 55<
>0 " next-to-that M m
\0 M next M
IO " next to-that " Tl*
5 ?? next " HM
30 " next-to-that " MM
IO M next " W
SO '* next-to-that " 901
ai M next " tf>(
30 " next-t>that " loot
10 M next " KW
20 " next-to-that " HOI
The strongest paint is the one tha
akea least gallons; least gallons U
uy; least gallons to paint; ard th<
trongest pafbt is the one that wean
[ingest.
These lessons are useful.
Yours truly,
2 F. W. DEVOE k CO
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THE STORE FOR QUALITY.
Qohmitt says
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 not a doc?
tor.
After going to your doc?
tor, bring his prescriptions
to us to be filled; we will fill
them to his entire satisfac?
tion.
SCHMITT'S DRUa STORE,
Woodstock Va.
ICE CREAM SODA 5c.
OUR
Bent iron ni Vin
an effective
and palatable
tonic for Spring.
Large Bottle 50 Cents.
EVERYTHING IN DRUGS.
WALTON &. SMOOT,
DRUGGISTS,
IRWIN'S OLD STAND.
Soda Fountain
In Operation.
Announcements.
FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY.
To the Democratic Voters of Shenandoah Co:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the Office of Commonwealth's Attorney, sub?
ject to the action of the Democratic primaries
to be held for the same.
I respectfully solicit your support for the
office and, if elected, pledge myself to the,
faithful discharge of Its duties.
Respectfully.
RC3H H. WILLIAMSON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the office of Commonwealth's Attorney for
Shenandoah county. Virginia, subject to the
notion of Democratic ort mariea.
If nominated I promise a faithful discharge
of the duties of the office to the extent of my
ability. C. W. BENN ICE.
To the Democratic Voters of Shenandoah Co:
I hereby announce myseli bb a candidate for
the Office of Commonwealth's Attorney for
Shemndoah County, subject to tbe action of
the democratic primaries.
I solicit your earnest support for said nomi?
nation, and if it should be the pleasure of the
people to nc mi nate me, I apromise to devote
ail my time to the duties of said office, and
pledge myself to discharge the ?an e in a sat?
isfactory way to the people of said county,
a*"! I hope with credit to myselt.
As to mv qualifications for laid office, I re?
fer you to any of the older lawyers of the
county, or other business men with whom I
am acquainted. Very respectfully,
V. H. BRU* BACK.
FOR SHERIFF.
To the Voters of Shenandoah County:
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Sheriff of Shenandoah County, subject to
the Democratic Primaries If elected I
promise tne faithful and impartial discharge
of the duties of said office. Your support will
be appreciated. Respectfully,
John e. rogers.
Strasburg. Va. Sarch 35th, 1907.
To the Voters ^f Shenandoah County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate'tor
Sheriff of ttbenaadoah county, subject to tbe
action of the Democratic primaries.
If it should be tbe pleasure of the people to
nominate me, 1 promise if elected to honestly
and faithfully perform tbe duties of said office.
I moat respectfully solicit your support.
Very respectfully,
J. R. BAR KR,
FOR STATE SENATE.
To th* Voters of the Tenth Senatorial Dis?
trict:
Subject to the action of the 'emocratic
primaries hereaftet to be held, I hereby an?
nounce myself a candidate for State Senator
f>r the Senatorial diatrlet composed of tbe
Counties ot Shenandoah and Frederick *td
City of Winchester.
l"n?ler tne rule of rotation, which baa been
alternately invoked by the upper and lower
counties of thia Distaict and has heret* fore
prevailed, I take it for granted that St wit' b?
the judgment of the people of the District that
the homlnation for the next term of this
effie should in fairness go to some candidate
residing in the lower section of the District.
Should it be the pleasure of the voters of this
Senatorial Diatrict to entrust me with the
discharge of the duties of t hia office I will ear?
nestly endeavor to serve them with dilllgenoe
and fidelity: and to tbe best of my ability,
and with irnpar lal regard to r the interdata of
both counties.
ROBT. M, WARD,
Winchester, Va., Match 7.1907,
To the Votera of tbe Coantiea of Frederick,
Shenandoah and the City of Winchester;
I respectfully announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the State Serate, aubject to
th* democratic primary election tobe held
for the purpose of selecting a candidate.
I desire al-o to express my grar'tu le for
the pas*, cordial support giveu me, and to
promise, if relected, to a-rve the people of tbe
diatrict and State faithful y, and to the beat
of my ability.
Very reapectfullr,
r.S. TA VENN SR.
ice 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
& Smoot's Drug Store or address,
A. W. Nicodemus & Sons,
4-5-(>mo. Woodstock, Va.
Thoroughbred Rhoda Island krds
Single Comb Rhode Island Red
F.ggs for sala at 91.00 per getting.
;M. C. Grarill.
SUMJIER DRESS,
Call to see our Large Stock of Lawns,
Organdies, Dimities, Silk Mulls,
Madras, Ginghams, &c. We
carry a complete line of
Dress Goods
and Trimmings.
Our stock of CLOTHING and
SHOES is complete with money saving
prices. Big line of Straw Hats and un?
derwear. Call to see us. Yours
tor Business,
t: sldnn lockb.
Opposite lh,e JaiL
March SI.
We have a large line of carpets and flatting.
Don't Read This!
unless you want to save money?by dealing at
a.
& Co's
they are still nabing oat BARGAINS in order to SHOW YOU
what they can save you.
Blue Ribbon Baken Powder 4c
Table Oil Cloth worth 20c for Die yd.
Straw Hats worth 8c for Oe.
All over lace worth 35e for 25c
Prunes worth He for 5c lb
Lawns fast color 5c yd
Toweling worth 5c for2Jc
Lon? Black Gloves :{!?c
1 lb sweet tobacco 19c
15c crepe paper for 10c
Ladies wrappers 49c each
'2 sacks tobacco for 5c
1 Lral coal oil cans 15c
Window shades 10c
White Beans 3# 8c Rice for 3>;
Ladies Summer Vests 4}4c each.
We defy competition. Imitated but NEVER equaled.
J. L. Shaffer & Co.
NEXT DOOR TO COURT HOUSE.
Not. 2?3ibo.
THE WRENN
Lumber Mfg. Co..
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
For work in Woodstock and vicinity see
W. G. Murdock.
Afraid
ilii-hfla?*
Don't be Afraid It's an Anchor!
Hundred 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 bOfsTTi and
with unparalleled strength in these directions, a driver can feel
perfectly safe in a "tight place." For sale by
J. L. Boyer & Co
Special for Court Day.
Special sale on my line ot Spring
Hats, Ready-to-wear Hats, and spring
bonnets, for Court Day. Don't iail to
call when you come to town. Thank?
ing you for past favors and soliciting
your patronage, Respectfully,
MISS REBECCA RINKER.

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