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MURDERESS1 LOOT. Lapokte. Ind., May IS.? Coroner Mack bas ^iven out a statement which is in effect that the arch murdei Mrs. Belle Guinness, on whose farm twelve bo*.! unearthed, not only killed because she evidently had ar. uncontrollable mania for taking human life, but that the lust for moiu \ vs us anotlier ImpeUtng motive for luring victims to hcrehamWr of death. Mrs. Guinness, the woman who ad? vertised |or a husband ol means, had a farm forth 115,000 and she slipulat Sd that ai>|>lieants must have at least 11(000, and must present themselves mania for taking human life, but only one escaped. Her house was burned on the Bight of April ifcth. and it is I that she ar.J her three chil? led. Kay Lamphere I In jail char ab setting tire to the ho. - The coroner's statement OOtsnisM ol a recapitulation of her victims and the money she obtained from them This totaled, according to the state? ment U^.mt. Today was last Sunday over a^ain, thousands tramping the acres of the Gunness farm, d amontf the debris for grewesome evidences of crime, carrying away the bricks of the ?rrecked walls of the house, eatin^r j.ionic dinners and supper* under the idowi of trees near whieh other bodies will probably be found stand ing in i,rrou}?s of hundreds, listening to thr bawkingo! vendors who rehash? ed the story and looking at the - ton form* n the improvised morgue, lion trains brought thousands into the eit> from all parts of India Illinois, and Michigan The town was unable to pto. - Orient food for the thrones of people who made the tj teem with the life of its busiest weekday. The pasto-s of tin* etty churches ;nn made the tragedy and its les nsthe topic for pulpit discourses. Tomorrow before daylight thc body of Gie Budsbertf, of lola. Wis., will tv taken from the barn Jon Murder Hill to the morgue in this city and prepared for shipment to the home. i ? io Laporte in 1901 on a matrimonial mission. He was th< IO and within a few day* aft* si he disappeared. Bis > death.. third practical identification of th< > .n the morgue was made today with the rrival of J. G. Kenden, of Manfred. N. Dak., who. after walk _ ;. oni; the shrouds which covered each, came to a body, which he de? clared to l>e that of his half brother. John K. Moe, of Elbow Lake. Minn., who is bsJaeeed to have been murdered the ni^ht of December 3(5, 1907, the same ni^ht or the night following the tragic fate of Jennie Olsen. There was a Christmas party at the Gunness house, in which Jennie Olesen and John Moe were purticipants. Circumstances point to the conclusion that on the night marking the close of the day, of Yuletide festivities in the Gunness home, both Jennie Olesen and John Moe met their end in the death ehaml>er. Mrs. Gunness obtained *1,500 from Moe. Sheridan's Star Actor. When Sberidau was a manager be tren Indulged In such catering to the public taste ns offering to tbe public a dog piece by Royuolds. entitled "Tbe Caravan; or. The Driver and the Dog." Of Its first presentation lt 1* recorded that Sheridan after witnessing the per? formance suddenly entered the green? room, shouting: "Where 1* he? Where ls my guardian angel?'4 Presuming he meant to congratulate tbe author, Reynolds replied. "Here I am!" 'Toon.*' replied Sheridan, "I don't mean you; 1 mean the dog." Irater one Dlgnum, who played In the piece, approached Sheridan one night with woeful counte nance, saying: "Slr. there ls no guard lng against Hines*. It 1* truly lamenta? ble to stop the run of a successful play like this, but really'*- "Really what?** cried Sheridan. Interrupting him. "1 sm so unwell that I cannot go on longer than tonight." "You!" exclaimed Sheridan. "My good fellow, you terri fled me. 1 thought you were going to ssy tbe dog wai irs.* Tha Llf* Plant There 1* a strange wild plant In Gua deloupe called tbe "life plant** If a leaf t>e broken off and pinned by the stem to tbe wall of a warm room, each of the angle* between the curve* of tbe leaf margin soon throws out a number of very white tentacle*, or roots, and soon a tiny new plant begin* to sprou* snd in tbe course of a week or two at? tains a height of two or three Inches. When the old leaf shrivel*, the new plant 1* cut ott snd planted. When carefully cultivated, the life plant pro? duces curious red snd yellow blossoms. As a plant freak lt certainly ls a* in? teresting as the everlasting plsnt of Mexico. Why Go to B*d? It seems to me we make a mistake lu prescribing RpeciSI hours for going to bed snd for got ting up. Why should ws thus gorge ourselves with slumber? Why should we not follow the example of tbs dog sad take an occasional asp when we have nothing better to de** Why should we go to bed when we don't feel sleepy? Why should we not take forty winks when inclined there to? It strikes me there ls too much method snd regularity about oar som nlferous arrangement* ? Ashby Sterry In London Graphic Th* Baauttea. Cary of Virginia surveyed tbe Met? ropolitan Opera Honse tier and par tterre with critical eyes: then be turn? ed to Monks. '?When ls a bea (rtj ttot n beauty T be asked. ''GIve lt vp.*' said Monk*. "Ninety nine times out of s hun ired,** said Cary .-New York Tribune An Awful Threat That "as an awful threat of a pu? gilist to his autagonlst. "I'll twist you round your own throat nntll there's nothing left of yon but tbe ends of your shirt collar sticking ont of your eyeaH~resrson's Weekly. Practical. **I didn't notice you st the mothers4 congress." **No," replied the woman addressed. "I'm not s theoretics! mother, you know. I hsve six."? Philadelphia Ledger Wrong End First "Willie." said the Infant's mother, agitated hy tbe sadden appearance of E rich rsl* tl ve. "Willie, dear, kia* year Uncle Jobs nnd thea so sad wasfc Enjte tE truce." Lajodoa TMiajTSfSt a\ Most Valuable Agent. Tho glycerine employed ia br. Pierce*! medicine* greatly enhances tho medicinal properties which lt extracts from native medicinal roots and holds In solution much better than alcohol would. It alto posse**** medicinal properties of Its own, being a valuable dumulocnt, nutritive, antiseptic and antiferment It sdds greatly to the sffieacj of the Black Cherry bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root Stone root aud Queen's root contained In "Golden Medical Discovery ?? In subduing chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial, throat arni lung affections, for all of which those agents are recoil.mended by stand? ard medical authorities. In all case* where there I* a wasting away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak nomac*h, as In the carly stages of con sumrjtlbn, thero can be no doubt that gly? cerine/acts as a valuable nutritive and aid* /ne Golden Seal root. Stone root Queefc* ro&t and Black Cherrybark tn promoting fl if cation and building up the flesh arWfstrength, controlling tho cough and brlnftSg about a healthy condition of the willy lysum. Of course, it must not be ejected to work miracles. It will not cureron is tn pt ion except In Its earlier stag**. It wlU cw; v-rv ie\yc. f\a**e har?a'-*!4Tl enrorer cqucjlS. bro ai * aia*T^^'^1srtT.Bp'T7Tni mi&mimmmm7mlmVm hang-on coughs, or those of long standing, oven when accompanied by bleeding from nings, that lt ha* performed its most marvelous cures. Prof. Flnlev Ellingwood, M. D., of Bon nett Med. College, Chicago, says of gly? cerine: * In djapersi \tt sarre* an excellent purpoae. nolaln* a Sxed quantity ot the peroxide of hfArotfea Ui solution, lt t* ona of th* boat manufactured products of tho pre wm t time tn ita action upon enabled, disordered Btom acha, especially if tbaro ls ulceration or ca tarrbal aastritl* (catarrh*! io fl animation of stott aeb>. lt la a moat officiant preparation. CMycerUae wUl relieve many casca of pyrosla heartburn) and excessive gastric (stomach) aridity.*4 "?Golden Medical Discovery ? enriches and purifies th? blood curing* blotches, pimple*, eruptlona. scrofulous swellings and old sons, or ulcers. Send K> I>r, R. V. IMcrce. of Buffalo, Lt. Y.. for free booklet telling ali about the native ii.edlclnal r\K)ts coinpo^ing this wouderfui ruodioina. There ls no alcohol lu IL The Atlantic City Council has passad an ordinance placing: a license tax of $200 a year on so called ''near-beer," a beveraee containing less than 2 percent, of alchol, which has been on sale since the prohibition law went into effect. The ordinance also provides that ''near-beer" shall not be scld on Sunday nor to miners and prohibits the serving of free lunches with it. The Most Cammoo Cause of Suf? fering. Rheumatism causes more pain and supering than any other disease, for the reason that it is the most commoD of all ills, and it is certainly gratify? ing to sufferers to know that Chamber? lain's.Pain Balm will afford relief, and make rest and sleep possible. In many cases the relief from pain, which is at first temporary, has become per? manent, while in old people subject to chronic rheumatism, often bronght od hy dampness or changes in the weath? er, a permanent cure cannot be ex? pected; the relief from pain which this liniment alfords is alone worth many times its cost. 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by Walton k Smoot. William Dabney Saunders pro? fessor of dairy husbandry at the Virginia Polytechnic Institnte, announced that he would accept the position of State dairy com? missioner and food inspector, to which he was recently appointed by Gov. Swanson. lt Reac had the Spot. Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns a large general store at Omega, O., and is president of the Adams County Tele? phone Co., ',as well as of the Home Telephone Co.. of Pike County, O., says of Dr. King's New Discovery: 'It saved my life once. At least I think it did. It seemed to reach the ppot-the very seat of my cough, when everything else failed." Dr. King's New Discovery notonly reaches the cough spot: it heals the sore spots and tbe weak spots in throat, lungs and chest. Sold ai guarantee at Walton A Smoot ..rug store. 50c. and tl.00. Trial bottle free. Two bank presidents ia Ken? tucky were arrested on charge of misusing funds and receiving deposits when they knew the in? stitution was insolvent. ' aaaas a aaa> ? ~i - ? ? ? More Newr from the New Fnglsnd States. if any one has any doubt as to the virtue of Foley's Kidney Cure, they need only to refer to Mr. Alvin H. Stimpson, of WUlimantic, Conn., who, after almost losing hope of recovery, on account of the failure of so many remedies, finally tried Foley's Kidney Cure, which he says was ' just tbe thing" for him, as four bottles cured him completely. Be is now entirely well and free from all the sufferiug incident to acute kidney trouble. Wal? ton A Smoot. At Lynchburg Sixth district Negroes denounced the "lily whltsM Republi? can convention recently held and elected Wlison and Merchant contest? ing delegates to the national conven? tion. In Norfolk the Second district Negro convention spilt sad elected two sets of delegates for Taft and for Foraker or Hughes. When your food seems to nauseate take Kodol. Take Kenloi now and until you know you are right again. There Isn't any doubt what It will as and you will find the truth of this -statement verified after you have used Kodol for a tew weeks, lt is sold here by Walton A Smoot. John Stoneburner, quits a physi? cal wreck, was on Friday sent by a commission to the W. 8. Hospital. Dr. DeJarnette said he would turn out of the hospital such fellows as Wade Anthony and Bob L#ohr, as they were not Insane He does root propose running an Inebriate aiyl m. -Staunton Argus. ? ' i aaa*S**SSaassSJ*sa? Kodol completely digects all classes of food. It will get right at the trou? ble and do the very work itself for the stomach. It is pleasaut to take. Sold bv Walton!Jt Smoot. ?-.^? . There was a seyere hail storm in King George county Monday afternoon. Hail stones fell aa large as partridge eggE. Vege? tables and fruit were injured con iderabljr. HNES B. AINU O. Ivichmand, Va., May 21.- A lino of $5(X) was Imposed on the Baltimore at Ohio rail 'oad by the state corpora? tion commission because of the per- | sistent refusal to obey the order of the commission, issued some months ego. j What is more, tho oruer is continuing, and similar lines are imminent unless the company proceeds to do business. The commission directed the Haiti more and Ohio and the Southern to inaugurate a through train service between Lexington and Alexandria, and the southern road made reply that it was ready to obey the orders of the commission, but that the Balti? more and Ohio had failed to come to time. The members of the commission did not leave the bencn to reach a con? clusion. The Baltimore and Ohio ex? pressed a desire to have the case re? opened, but the commission made it plain that it proposee to have the or? ders of the body obeyed by the rail? roads, and declined to consider the application. Bsd Attack of Dysentery Cured "An honored citizen of this town was suffering from a severe atttck of dysentery. He told a friend if he could obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, ne felt confident of being cured, he hav? ing used this remedy in the West. He was told that I kept it in stock and lost no time in obtaining it, and was promptly cured," says Mr. J. fieach, druggist, o' Wolcott, Vt. For sale by Walton & Smoot fiOriO BACK ON THE COINS. Washingto, May 20.?Announcement was made at the white house today that President Roosevelt had signed the bill directing the restoration to ijold and silver coins of the motto "In God We Trust," which he ordered stricken from the gold coins some months ago on the ground that the law did not authorize its use. The law becomes effective 30 days from May IS, and the dies with the additional words already have been prepared. In the meantime the coin? age of $20 and $12 gold pieces minus the motto will continue, according to director of the Mint Leach. There will be no material change in the St. Gaudens design approved some months ago by the president, except the addition of the motto. On the $2t> gold pieces the motto will be placed below the flying eagle. The motto never was removed from silver coin. Th World s Best Climate is not entirely free from disease, on the high elevations fevers prevail, while on tbe lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or less ex? tent, according to altitude. To over? come climate affections lassitude, ma? laria, jaundice, biliousness, fever snd ague, and general debility, the most effective remed* is Electric Bitters, the great alters iye and blood puri? fier; the antidote for every form of bodily weakness, nervousness, and in? somnia. Sold under guarantee at Walton k Smoot's drug store. Price 50c. The residence of Dr. M. G. Douglas, of Warreneon, caught fire trom some, unknown cause and was completely gutted by the flames. Sore Nipples. Any mother who has had experience with this distressing ailment will be pleased to know that a cure may be effected by applying Chamberlain's Salve as soon as tbe child is done nursing. W.pe it off with a softcioth beiore allowing the babe to nurse. Many trained nurses use this salve with best results. For sale by Wal? ton A Smoot. Geo. Martin, Jiving near Hancock. Md., was killed by lightning while un? der an apple tree. When two men who were with Martin commented ujM>n the danger from lightning and went into a uearby house Martin said he would stay under the apple, and it is alleged he also said he wished the Lord would strike him with lightning. A few moments later a bolt struck the tree, killing Martin. Notlcs to our Customers. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds snd lung troubles is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law af it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs, and we recommend lt as a safe remedy for children and adults. Walton A Smoot. The conductor, motorman and all the passengers on a trolley were held up and robl>ed near McKeesi>ort, Pa., by two armed highwaymen. ^aaaaaaaaat s>4aa>a> ?aaaa*aasa*-?- ? faaaaSaaS Disturbed the Congregation. The person who disturbed the con? gregation last Sunday by continually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar. Walton A SmooL The H. C. Frick Coke Mining Co., of Pennsylvania has issued strict rules prohibiting employes from drinking whether on dutv or off. Oue hears and reads a great deal these days about "Combinations" es? pecially "Combinations of Capital." Th* government is after a great many of them with the 'Big Stick" and it is to be bopod that they will be broken up. There is another great combina? tion however, that is a source of much good, and not only does not come within the swath of the "Bi Stick," but conforms strictly to the law. lt is a combination of Quality and Qusntity to bs found in the half Plot bottle of Eliott'* Emulsified Oil Liniment for 25c. Guaranteed under Pure Food and Drug Law. Yellow package. Walton A Smoot. Conflict between local and State transportation laws over liquor will be carried into court. Mrs. S. Joyce, 180 Sullivan St., Claremont, N. H., writes: "About a year ago I bought two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure. It cured me of a severe case of Kidney trouble of several years' standing. It certainly ls a grand, good medicine, and I heartily recovnmead H." Waltoo ,% ?--*? ?IE nh J ? s- h tmrim)mMm^~jm?*mj.^nmm0mmmmm>nmf That is another of their good features, an important one, as hun? dreds of fires occur annually from sparks settling on thc toof. Better put them on the roof now than wish you had later. / They're cheap enough. Last I life-time. Never need repairs, and they turn the appearance of any house into a home/ * *? Come in and see them. *m+ * J. U. BAl'SKKMAX...Agent Woodst ck, Va. "Every man to his trade" is an old . J adage and is familiar to nearly all of I j u*. It is brief in its wording but cou- I veys a *;reat deal in its BaSanlng. lt in merely a terse way of saying that a man who makes a specialty of any one thing knows more about, and is more proficient in his particular specialty than any one else could be. lt is for this same reason that we all ?asea1 a specialist when we have any serious physical ailment. It is for the same reason that The RydsJc Remedy Co.. went to one of the best specialists in the U. S. on liver and intestinal troubles, a professor in a Columb '*, O. Medical College, and securad from him a prescription from which Io? date's Liver Tablets aro made. This specialist ^knew more about liver troubles than a doctor who treats ali diseases, and that is why II* dale's Liver Tablets relieve and cures more quickly all liver troubles than the or? dinary liver pills and powers. ">0 tablets in a metal box, 25 cents. Wal? ton A Smoot. A monument to cort $25,00) will l>e dswitoatad in the National cemetery at Winchester on Sept. 19th. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea tones the stomach, stimulates the lazy liver: strengthens the bowels and makes their action easy and naturul. The best tonic for the whole system. 90 cents, Tea or Tablets. Schmitt's Drug Store. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup does not constipate, but on the other hand its laxative principles gently move the bowels. Children like it. Sold by Walton k Smoot. Virginia Odd Fellows will raise a 1)00,000 endowment fund for their orphanage and old folks' home at Lynchburg. Mr. John Riha of Vining, Ia., says "I have been selling Dewitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold." Sold by Wal? ton k Smoot. stops Uaw couafttv and sisals jjSSSjjt For Sale. We sre offering tor sale at a bargain the following Real Estate at'jolLjint>' Orkney Springs Property: i One good dwelling hou?e of 7 room* on Main tit , steel roof, porches and all neceosary outbuilding well fenced and axood lot and garden. One good dwelling with four rooms tnd large corner lot. with ?ni"ke house, well fenced aud good well of wattr at the kitchen. 20 acres oi fairly good land, 4 acres cleared, ballance in wood; tine building site which extends ta pike 1-4 mile from Orkney. The above propel ties will be sold at a BAHRAIN separately or as a whole. Apply J N. DAVIS A CO., Real Estate Agents, Woodstock. Va. Valuable Farm A good River Farm of 03 acres of land, 13 of which is fine river bottom, gocd dwelling of 7 rooms, good bank barn and all other necessary out buildings. 2/4 miles of Woodstock. Apply to J. N. DAVIS & CO. Real Estate Agents, Woodstock, Va. THB VALLBY Building k Loan Association. WOODSTOCK, VA. officers : .1. lu Wirha*, Pres. ano Gen Manager. M. W. MAOuunaa, V. President. W. W. Lo<4an, Secty. and Treas. (t II. Haun, Asst. S*c KV. T. Williams, Atty, ti Trus. Nkll VV. Logan, ) [ Clerks. Alll.INK Wai.ksu. ) In KaVl oi;.< ; J. L. Wisman, M. W. Maortjdir W. W. Logan, K. H. Wisman. \ddress W. W. LOU AN, Secy. A Tresa. Wn?vW./vsk. V~ A Hood Small Parss Por Ssls. Containing 71 acrss nf land mostly lime? stone, ton aero* of which lt In rood original 1mber, on which isa good lo? house weather t>oarded with metal rooland all other n*coa *ry outbuilding* In fairly good repair. TTae ilaoe la well watered, and ha* plenty of fruit -situated 1 a 4 pde* eosth of St. Luke, Va. Price f2.Mii Hf caah. ballanee to salt pur sr. Apply to J.N. DA VIS a CO. Woodstock V*. KILL the COUCH me CURE thi LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery fm C8Lor JSk. QVa ImWmEmnr m ns** ? -ached ulain tffect SJNDAY. JUNE I 4. 1*905 Trains Lbave Kivektoh Va.. Nc.l *?*??[-rHKorNn f 1.46 A. M. For Has* *. Buena Vista, Roa se ? *. Rut Radford. Blas swell, Norton. Pocahont* N<?. 13 PaiUaaa Bassos* ?< i ca. P' 4Va r-41 A. M. For Banu-. Natara) Brid**. Ro? anoke, Bristol, am! it- mediate Mai.ong, Pullman Bleeper to Knoxville, Coansct*st !<? sooke withst lanita Express. Throutrta No. 87 Pullman BtoSpSSS to St, .Souls ind Chlcn.ro. "?27P-*v Cafe car to Williamson, W. Va For Elkti.n |sad all interim41 diate points. No. 2 NORTH HO I" ND 1.20 A. M- For Ben ya nu, H**> ^rstown. I'hila.lelph:*, and thc ti ?rth. 1'ullman Sleeper to Pi ila No. fj delphi*. 9.4.1 A M- For Hitarer-'fown and IntennedlSt >talIons.*Connei 1* a?. Snenan I aa JunotlOQ with B. A O. for Wash In^ton. Also oonnect* al Hafen Willi C. v. RaJIro* I tor HarriMiur*.* No. li and p >int*t north. 7.49 P.-M. For Deny lille, ilaffsrsto4* snd ititennc Hate Stations. 1 ur.Hath Bleeper via HafSff tow n t?> New york. ts*" Rates, m asdale*. and additional ihfcr nation furnished upon application toAffentl *>t tue Company or? W. M. BF. vi LL. af. F. BRAGG Oen'l Pass. Agent, fray. Pass. Akch Roar ->ke. Vs. Il \kVHTS. ? ? i vtt. May I LM ut.$ fl . ( i ii. ro I'otaWe;. Sw* 1 ?tOSff. . I Chicken* old.9 '* sprinjr . . '?"> . Bacon, Side and Shoulder.ll j Qami. .ll ns. 00 LIVE STOCK a! M 3. Fales drys for I iv. Moa 'av- J Catt r tv [All Live Stock solder ss wei Catt le?-Ri * ? noon today ? hi lastwiek; wcaurtosdson ai Steere bTOOU t< .O'. >Wc b * fi.co to f a>y*Htm*r*af i , -.Cows, %2 j ti Hog*- Bsonpta foi today veer* ead, dsi 15.^ bead la* wses.F r ? la -nnand Quote. t\ - .j ..*...; 5.8^: rougl U ? to 4 :.?*??' tor int? ended h* n*'*n f I head Sd - Liff nt 1 and ?.' I .'?:? '?'? , $0 5c t07.tr, Bhesp. $?fot<> 5.is. Calv- i>ts ter r'fie week noon today were head. I head last wet ;. I ur supply narket firm. (J>\i ts: < ? unoo ? :. IO 7 00. Valued Same a> (iold. B. 0 Stewart, s ant of Cedar Vfcv. - - ill my cu-" SM -.vin th v buy a b ix Ol Dr. Kino's ;. ills they f et the worth that much -"'Ul in I ll BtUiCaV ??vith constipation, malaria or bilious '' Sold nader guarantee a.t ton A Smoot"- s* itore, 2~,c. (IM^ mm'm"r m-m-m?.,m-mm-mmmm~m. .?..?-*?* <s.>lW.W ??.- --T I ;l I ;?i >k< \? ri; Looking Inlo the Future. is nn unpleasant task for many. They see nothing but hardships. Why? Because the j hare not the ability NOW o om maud a salary sufficient to permit of putting some? thing away for the evening of life. lt is to-day that preparation for future comfort should be inaugurated. Have you a future? Have you ambition.' The business world is full of opportunities for the man who has the proper training. We will prepare you. VALLEY BOSK COLLEGS . ATKINSON, Mangr. Harrisonburg, Virginia. * x.m I ? S '* ? *\ I ? ?: **< I t\ ( ?a I I m ?? I ?? ? : ; ? Aft ?? I >.*:< ?? ?I : Igffl&Z&ii&fii&i ( Etn'M JftoaT 12^0 ?* .TM, .*- -V ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AVcgciabk PreparaionforA4* similaiiii^thcFoodanrJf^ula (Lngd^StofliaQ^atalBu4*^ ? d*lU?s!IIIJ:'il.l Promote s Di^iessawri**4*^ noss ana l4?-3rXontatasiKiC*T Opium.Morphine r*or>liaeraL Not Narc otic. Jmmr**S*d atsTsf afr jtmWSnd* HrmStti flsjss h Ki?.*v/- >. i Ul* CtwEn !?*?? av/fem*. Aperferi Remedy forConsflp lion, Sour Stoirv^.Dtarrtaw Worros.ComiilswnsfcwnSsl riess and LOSS OF SLE>:P. FacSinA" Si$v8J*re af KEW YOPK. Atb months old ^ranttelTmd^rtblFoHaj Exact Copy of Wrapper jj.Jg -Val at. J tl* ^ For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use Forever Thirty Years Woodstock Machine and Cooperage Factory. Having: purchased and refitted The Shenandoah Ma nu fae turenne Company's machine shop and cooperage plant. I am now readv to do a'l kinds of repair work on nachinery^ Engines, Saw Hills, Etc. A first class macbinest is in charge of the repair shop and troon work is guaranteed. HighesHfprice paid for stave and heading wood of all kinds. JalS. H. Smoot, Feb. 7-lyr. Woodstock, Va. Railway SCHEDULE BETWEEN AI.EXAN1 RIA, WASHINGTON. NAS8AS AND H/RKISONBURG. VA ar **? ar. ?. B.?Following schedule figures published onlv ss inf?rn ation and ae I Guaranteed. Effective A}r. li, U?'s I 27 ?9 7 S? 8 rim* 9 IC HIL if 24 am t?3 arr f * 41 an f "49?U11 D i^ am .(?o') a IU 11 lu iu 38 am 10 4? -un M-'i. amj ll 1U am 4 15 Pm 4 3a pm 5 22 pm 5 PSI I ? IU ? a, pm I 53 P4^ 6 to pia. (?rn ti >8 pm 8 Sepia '??:-. 7 ia pm 7 ?o pm Mas'.errt J in.*. Lr. Ar, ._| ll *oam' 1 &>pn. 6 05 am rf -Ju am 1 6 16 tm r 6 42 am f 8 51am 70/am 7 33 am - I v:. f 9 aOam 8 3* am f 850am 9 07 am t 9 ZO am (9 84 am 10 00 am ll 3O am ll 34 sm fll 45 pm ni ti pm 112 30 pm la 43 p rn Tia 4 poi fla 5S pm f 108 pm 110 pm 1 ?4pm 141pm ( 1 5 pm .Olprn Cl rm 2 19 pm a a p m f a ti pm a 50 pm 7 25 pm 7 32 pm 1 7 41 pm f 7 44 pm 7 f>e pm h U pm 1 - vv pm tl 8 Itt pm 1 '2lpm I 8 32 pm 1 8 3?pm I ?' 4 |1L 9 13 pm 9 2t pm 9 31 pm 9 08 pm t 9 44 pm f 9 b? pru JO Uipui 0 U aa ii I Dirt on, 0, C 7 .Alexandria. Va. U Mat'*****. W Wellington. 42 OainavT.ie.?. 43 Haymarket. 46 Thoroughfare. 4j,Hroad Run.~ 53 Plains.?-. 57 Marshall. 63 Rectortonn. 67 Delaplane. 71 Hartam-.--. 76 Linden. 81 Happy Creek,. 83 Front Royal Je. 84 Fro*** Royal 83 83 84 89 90 93 96 9* 9* 101 106 HO 117 121 125 129 131 134 138 144 Front Royal Riverton Jo Riverton Buckton Wat^r Lick Strasburg Strasburg Ju** Fisher Hill Toms brook Maure rtown Woodstock Edinburg Mt. Jackson Quicksburg New Market TtmbervlL* broadway Daphna Linville Harrisonburg ie t*ic ia 15 am 121* am 11 >? im flO 57 am fie Mi am 10 4n am fi0 4l an Ul -4ID! 102 1 am 0 15 am 10 u* am 9 59 am 9 51am 9 41am ? 29 am fa am ? f jOpm t ii pm 8 1' pm 1 7 io pm f 7 ?*pm 7 23 pas f 7 18 Dm f7 17 pm 7 ol pm 6 il pm ? 46 pm 63c pa I 627 pa I 118 pm t its pa Lt. ti4 aa 9 i3 aa 1 9 03 am f 9 0s am . ? aa I 4a aa fl rS am f Iji aa f I ll aa ? itaa 8(3 aa 7 44 am 7 34 am iiii* r7 ly aa 7H aro 1 iR arr 16 t>7 am 6 40 am ? ?9 pm ;ufcJ 16 6 47 po a ti v t 'mt t 6 34 pr! 8Kp.iv s 12 pa f i ts pa t it r f 4 67 pa 110 23 r 452 pm nc ii 4 42 pm iOlS 4 S3 pm 9 4* . Wpm 16* 56pa f ? 63 s; :a 8 8 - a: ' ? " . 6pm lui f 327 pm f 66* f 32'pm.f ;48 4 0*> ml ' r 8 f 8 3 * Daily. f Week Jays. | Meal Station. f tStops on flag. f?9" Ita4* mans and Beverly (not shown on Time Table) are flajj stop* tor traiiu* 49 aud 28 alto ISoum-ms tor 213 sod 214 All train* arrive at and depart from Penn- 1 For Map Folder* Taroura Ticket Rau sylvania Railroad Passenger Station. Wash- J etc,,apply to nearest Agant or wri** ? locton. D. C.. where connection is made for I ? "from baltimore, Philadelphia and New I W H. TAYLOR, G. F A york. C. H. Ackebt V.TresJ. afc General Manager. 8. II Hardwick L.S. Brown, Genl. Agt. P. T. M WASHINGTON, D.C. Use Foutz's PERPEOT Lice Powder. Positive death to Lice, Mites, Tick*,4Fie**, Roache* nd Bugs. Hanni*-** to Young Chick* and Ani n sis. Easily applied by dusting on tbe f. wis; or b o- ing into crevices, btronger snd adore efficient) Penetrate* the cracks and drive* "them*4 out, Goet longer; is belter but co*ti no more. A great improvement on Old 8tyle Lice Powder. Ons site only (12 oz. net). 26c per package Fout*.'s Boree and Cattle Powder. 25c *? ** Foultz's Superior poultry Ford. 25c per package Foutz's Certain Worm Powder. 50c ?? ? Foutz s Certain K >lik Cure. 60c ? botte. Fojtz's Liniment. 15c " Foulz'a Healing Power, for collar gall* etc. 25c ?? ?> Every article of our manufacturer is guaranteed and bears U. 8. Serial Nc *2.7. 8old everywhere At Woodstock, Vs.B. SAGER A COMPANY, The David E Foutz Comany; Noy. 1?3ruo. Baltimore, Md. Wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Women's troubles very often occur regularly at a certain time every month. Be? cause this may have been so ail your life, ls no reason why lt should continue. Many thousands of women, who had previously suffered from troubles similar to yours, due to disorder of the womanly organs, have found welcome relief or cure ia that wonderfully successful medicine for women. Wine of Cfcrdui Mrs. Leota Forte, ol Toledo. III. writes: "1 am veil pleased with the rssulU of tul^ IhflVt taken threw bottles and am noir perfectly well, free from pain and have gained 25 pounds lo wEinfjt" WMTEUSALETTER Wrta today far a free coe* af rmtmrntmrnm* ssa* vac g. dacrsaa star ai aaaauar ? -'? ? ?? -?* ti i Sa ASvaaay Pta*., Ha _SwW ?sa* faa) acasta_ Csv. Cl sn a ?aaa. T ?