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** PriLiaUED 'WEEKLY KT JOHN H. GRABILL WOOrSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY JUNE 5, l?08. The campaign of 1(*08 is one of the most important in the his? tory of the republic. The ques lion, at issue in former cam? paigns were of little importance in comparison with those which the people will decide this year. The tariff has been discussed over and over. At times the democrats leaned towards pro? tection and dropped the weighty words "for revenue only." The republicans to win votes have promised revision of the high tari il, but always failed to give the relief expected. While this may be an issue in the present campaign, it is one that is over? shadowed by another, which in? volves the liberty of the people and threatens to destroy our re? publican form of government. The effort upon the part of the Executive to centralize power, n )t in the general government,but in the Executive and to make that branch oi the government superior to both the Legislative and Judicial branches is a warn? ing that should not be disregard? ed. Mr. Roosevelt would domi? nate Congress and the Supreme Corot. He would appropriate tc himself supreme authority. The rights reserved bv the States, un? der one pretext or another, would be over ridden and the President in a few years would become the head of an autocratic govern? ment. There is little difference between continuing himself in power and in selecting his suc? cessor pledged "to carry out im? policy." The masses of the people will certainly oppose such despotism. The democratic partv will op? pose it and will undertake to de? fend the liberties of the people. The selection of a candidate pledged to respect not only the riehts of the co-ordinate branch? es of the government, but those of the States and the people of the states, is the duty which de? volves upon that party. There never was a time when the party needed wise counsellors more than it does now. The issues of all former cam? paigns are insignificent in com? parison with that one issue which now confronts us. It is no time for hero worship, but it is an oc? casion when personal preferences siould be dropped and a man who can command the united support of the people selected. Mr. Bryan who at this time seems to be the choice of a maj? ority of bis party possesses some of the requisite qualities, al? though his chances of election have been injured by his advo? cacy of some theories which now seem to be dead. He is thorough? ly opposed to the centralization of power in the general govern? ment, and would, we have no doubt, respect the reserved rights of the states. With Bryan, in favor of the preservation of the liberties of the people, and Taft, the representative of Roosevelt and his policies, there should be little uncertainty as to the action of the liberty loving people ol the United States. Should th< democratic party select some other leader not handicapped a** Mr, Bryan is by the opposition to theories advanced by himself, the chances of election would doubtless be much better. Who? ever the candidate may be, the issues are of momentous import? ance and may involve tbe con? tinuance of a republican form of government. At the denn eratic county convention for Frederick county. Saturday Speaker I licha rd E. Hy rd, of tbe house of delegate*, and Slate Sen aw r Robert M. Ward were unanimously elected delegates to the State conven? tion with sixteen other delegates, who were instructed for Ber**. ? aaa??? Back len's Arnica Salve Wins. Tom Moore, of Rural Route I, Coch? ran Ga., writes: *'I had % bad sore come on the instep ot my foot and could find nothing that would heal it until I applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Less than half of a 25 cent box won the day for me by affecting a p rfeet cure." Sold under guarantee at Walton A Smoot's drug store. If "God made Congress," as a re? cent applicant for naturalization stated, how are we to account for tbe Republicans there??Richmond Times Dispatch. _ Don't wait until you have a deep seated cough. "An ounce of preven? tion is worth a pound of cure." With tbe first tickling of the bonchial tubes ia gel a bottle of Ky dale's Cough Elixir, ti gales* for parent orohikt < ooiains na? pp opiates- Walton A Seaot*. .A NJ.URE.RTOWN. Mrs. Grace Geary, of Harrisonburg was visiting her grand-mother, Mrs Surah Bauserman. Mrs. Levi Collers, of Seven Foun tains, is visiting her daughter, Mrs Lucy L. Sine. Walter P. Fi.hrestock and wife af ter a two weeks visit at Conicville, ha?C returned to their home here Mrs. Sue Hess is visiting in Wood stock this week. W. iv McluturSF was culled to Lex ington Monday evening. M. H. Saum and wife were visiting in Strasburg for several days lasl week. Cyrus Fetzer is the guest of his son, L. C. Fetzer at Strasburg this week. M;s. Mary L. Beydlor left for Win? chester Wednesday morning for 8 weeks visit among her relations. Thc Mearertown Glove factory was s-">ld to Messrs. Kibler A Coffman, ol Woodstock, on last Friday. We were sorry to see this enterprise leave our town, but owing to Dr. D. L Shaver's professional duties he could not give it the desired attention, since his manager, W. E. Shaver, has gone in? to the piano and organ business. We feel sure if the new firm push?s the business they will be successful. The Maurertown aud Toms BroOK base ball teams met in a contest here ol last Friday afternoon. The score was 2tf to 4 in favor of our boys and they feel highly gratified at their suc? cess. Dr. D L. Shaver is iu receipt of a letter from Mr. I. W.Hottel, of Mont? rose, Colorada, stating that his wife lias l>een quite unwell since her re? turn home from this pince. He also enclosed a letter from Dr. Price, of Philadelphia, who performed an op? eration for Mrs. Hottel, in which he stated that he advised Mrs. Hottel to remain In the Batt at least 6 months longer than she did, and was sure had she taken his advice she would have been in much better condition than she now is. Her friends here are very sorry to learn of ber condition. Six of our people left or the excur? sion Wednesday morning for Wash? ington. Mr. Geo. Neill will deliver a series of eight lectures at Emanuel church beginning June Stn. Subjects will be: One God or three which? Laying on of hands. Baptisms? Single, plural, infant, Feet washing and kissing. Insurrection of the soul. Everlasting smoke. Angels. Shall we spiritualize. TOMS BROOK. Mr. Otis Borden spent a few days at Sharpsburg, Md., last week. Mr. and Airs. Obed Howe, of Bruns? wick spent part of last week visiting Mr. Howe's mother, Mrs. Mary Howe herc. Mr. W. Conner who is employed at Clifton spent Sunday at home here. Misses Ina Miller and Fossie Al? bert returned Sunday from Strasburg, where they were visiting Mr. Harry sflller. Mr. Robert Dever, of Strasburg Junction, spent Sunday with his fath? er, B. B. Dever. Mrs. Esta Bowman who has heen in Baltimore for sometime, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Bor? den. Miss Pearl Hupp is visiting in Rockingham county this week. B. F. Borden, Jr., spent a few days in Manassas in the intersest of the stave factory. Mrs. O. Wisman returned Tuesday from Washington where she had been visiting for the past week. Mr. John Funk who has been coop? ering for Rockdale Lime Co., at Lin? ville sj>ent Sunday at home here. Another man made happy hy the arrival of a young son was C. D. Borden Sunday. Prof. Templeman closed his depart? ment of the High School here last Friday. Karl Miley and sister Monie, and Park Smith attended commencement at Dayton this week. Miss Audray Bowman who has been going to school at Front Royal returned home Wednesday. JADWYN. On Sunday morning, May 31st a Carrier pigeen came to the Hollings? worth place, near here, which Mr and Mrs. Joseph Wilkins succeeded in coaxing into their kitchen. The bird had a little silver band around its right leg with "TY 26136" on it, another band encircled the left leg, but no inscription. Mrs. Benjamin Parker and children >f Winchester, visited her mother, Mrs. H. H. Hottel, who is quite ill They returned Monday. Little Miss Irene Hollingsworth, of near Woodstock, visited her aunt's Miss Emma Hollingsworth and Mrs. Margaret Wilkins, several days last wee*. Mr. Jacob flausenfiuck and sister, Miss Annie, of Clark county, are vis? iting relatives here. Mr. Otis Clark found between Mr. Calvin Gochenour's place and Fair view last Sunday night a brand new pair of silk gloves. The owner can get them by calling at his home. The exhibitions both at Mt. Vernon and Pleasant Green were well attend? ed and all who attended were well pleased with the program. Those who visited Miss Lucy I RodelTer last Sunday were: Misses Hester and Fannie Clark, Annie Hausenfluck and Csrry Smoot. Mr. Wm. Hoover has his large hen house about completed. It will ac? commodate 800 hens, Will says, with? out any trouble. Mrs. Minnie Baker is spending this week with her father, Mr. Josiah Wisman. Mr. Hampson Gochenour and wife visited their daughter the first of the reek, Mrs. Emma Wisman. Eld. R. H. Mowery will preach at his place next Sunday night at 7:30 ?'clock. W. R. Ward, of Dyersburg, Tenn., Tites: "This is to certify that I have sed Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for bron lc constipation, and it has roven, without a doubt, to be a io rough, practical remedy for this 11 ?ouble, ard it la with pleasure I offer I \y coaaclentious reference " Waltos ' 2 Smoot. * fi LJ?!WZ KILLS Barrett elli l>e here bs the Ifiih i tlie weather continues favorable. Bometi lout have a weddin] around herc for quite a while an< sometimes again the) come so fa^4 W can:t sernade th? . [*W0 ll ' and two for ' Miss ida Holler lerl last week ti with Sam'l Christa in and family, fo a wiiilc. His wife i* In verj poo health. Children's daj service at Union Forge will l>e on the third Sunday ii June at lu a. in. Mrs. Davy Fry is in very poo health at tins time. ' Cleveland chri stain went to Staun ton last week to have his eyes iittec with a pair of glasses and to receive treatment from the specialist, Dr Ha wi ing. Jake Lantz gave a dance last Wed needay night at which over one hun dred guests were present. Messrs. v\ EL and D. C. Fadcly supplied tia music. Jack Hoover, wife and daughter. Ruth Stoneburner and little son, spent from Thursday to Monday vis? iting Mr. Hoover's son. Joe, at Marl? boro, Frederick county. While plowing corn last Saturday Bob Jackson killed a large black snake and in a few minutes found its mate poking its head out of a hollow cherry tree which he succeeded in kill? ing also. They were between 5 and ( feet long. Mr. Joseph Funkhouser and niece, of Orkney Springs spent several (lays last week visiting Mr. Perrv Bowman, ROUTE. NO. 3 POINTS. Every thing is lovely at this seasot of the year. Miss Edna Smoot. of St. Luk( spent Saturday, and with her grane parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sager. Mr. Harry Coffelt is home fron Gettysburg, Pa., on a visit. Misses (lara and Anna Wisman 0 Woodstock spent Sunday with Mrs Emma Wisman. Rev. Tice held communion service at Mt. Zion Sunday. The entertainment given by tin Jolly Jokes was welcomed by a ful house each night. The Misses Funkhouser of Lebanon ure visiting friends in this section Miss Sidney Arti and Mr. Palai of Woodstock spent Saturday nigh with the latcr's hrothcr. Mr. Jame Arts. Miss Ruth Sager spent Saturday night with Miss Lizzie Wisman B. F. Coffelt ic building a machine shed. POWELL'S FORT. Miss Rosia Smith is spending r week in Washington with her brother K. R. Smith returned home las Friday from a visit to HagsrstOWl and Washington. Mr. Paul Rinker and wife expect t? spend Whitsuntide with Wm. F. Sraitl and family. Mr. Lemuel Golladay. of Wash' Ington spent Saturday night with hil brother Ii. F. and left Sunday morn? ing for his brother S. C. near Wood? stock. Robert Lichliter buried his child last Friday, funeral by Elder Peters. The little girl of W. C. Snipe is slowly improving. Eli Coverstone and wife returned home from Hagerstown last Saturday. Mr. James Figgens has improved his new home by painting it. The girls are looking for the l>oys in the lower fort valley the way they are dusting carpet. Clide Smith spent last Sunday with Wm. C. Snipe at Detrick. Last Monday evening when Mr. Wm. Barr was in the act of going up stairs to retire he fell and was in ai uncon cious condition for some time. The two stave factories in tiis sec? tion are in full blast. Mr. George R. Golladay ls now working on his new barn Some of our people of this section were at the dedication at Palmira near Edinburg last Sunday. They report a good time. Mrs. Wm. Ritenour and two chil? dren are spending a few weeks in Pittsburg with her son and relatives. Our road masters are dull in our section, sharpen them up Will. CALVARY. Mr. Sol. Mowery cut his arm severe? ly last Sunday. Dr. Richard Hoff? man rendered surgical attention. Our town is getting to be up to date Our farmers are busy replanting. The corn is looking very well at this time considering the season. We have a first class butcher shop where you can get good beef every Friday evening and Saturdays at reasonable prices. There will be a festival here Satur? day evening June Oth, where refresh? ments of all kinds will be served. Death. Alton T. infant son of Chas, am Wattie Garber, was born May 12 1907, died May 31, 1908, aged 1 year and lt) days. Another little lamb has gone To dwell with Him who gave, Another little darling babe Is sheltered ic the grave, God needed one more angel child Amidst his shining band, And sn he bent with loving smile, And clasped our darling's hand Zinc ni't-l made into Oxide of Zinc, ind then combined with white lead, is used to makeL. A M. PAINT. Zinc is imperishable and makes the paint wear as long ss pure linseed oil will hold lt to a surface. The LAM. PAINT coats snly about ill.20 \er gallon. L, A ,M. Paint Agents The Shenandoah Farmers' Union. In Virginia there are now 5,521 miles of raliway, of of which 3,409 miles art main line, and 2,112 miles are tidings New tine constructed during tbe past rear was 140 miles, (30 miles main line, 110 miles siding.) Tonight. If you would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver rablets tonight. The? produce an agreeable laxative efleet, clear the tead and cleanse tbe stomach. Price, 5 cents. Samples free al at Walton tSssoesa, mmmmmm mm , i ?a?aa ???rn ? ... ??*? ????_?? >? ZE.PP. f' M tit, one of & rs, wah play* lag at Topnol ] the I i . r itru i * . lbs rUrht ii a i hs ad ? -sicb caused bin Saturday evening ? Mr, Orndorff grew worse and Dr i j Shave, of Maurertown was catlee! r to see him and remained until Sun day morning, wheo he thought Mr i OrndoriT's oondition was very favor i abe. We hope he will sooa be abb to join the team Sgain. Miss Myrtle Conner has gone tf Saumsville to attend the normal. Miss Nollie OrndortT has returnee1 i to Woodstock after spending some? time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Orndorff. Mr. W. EL Rudolph and family ?vere guest9 at Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Conner's, Sunday. Miss bessie Loekstampfer went tc Washington, Monday, where she will remain with her sister for sometime. She was accompanied by her father who will return this week. MARM Wheat and grass are growing fine. Corn is beginning to grow since it has gotten warm. Very much of the stons fruit is fall? ing oiT, owing we suppose to the ex? treme late cold. Col. E. E. Stickley and 30ns, Well? ington and Wilmer, paid relatives a visit horo last week. Most of Mr. A. W. Miller's family are suffering from a severe attack of La grippe. Mr. J. H. Finley is suffering from s very severe attack of indigestion. Dr. B R. White, o' Strasburg is bis physician. LCD CRBAi^. Thc Excelsior Creamery. Woodstock, Va.. Is better pre? pared to furnish iee Cream on short notice and reasonable prices, to yard parties, festi? vals, pic-nica, etc., than any ibliahment in the Valley. ALL [CE CREAM AND HHS GUARANTEED PURR Leave your orders for Sun? day cream, only, at Walton sV Smoot's Drug store, or address, A. W. Nil ODEMUS A SONS i li-lm. Woodstock, Va A GOOD TIHE since the winter is past and the Sun >hinin_r much stronger it I [ghi to help you have a well drilled and iiista.ll that water plant. I am equipped that you <*;m hare il done economically. Lei me tell you how much it uill Cost and name you attractive prices on Wind Mills. Pumps and all kinds well supplies. Agent for?.1. i. Case high class Engines and Threshers. Domes? tic'Celebrated* Gasoline Engines. Wm. J. GOCHENOUR, Both phones. Maurertown, Va. fi-8-tf. Summer Normal. The ninth annual session of the Saumsville Normal will open at SAUMSVILLE JUNE 1st and con? tinue eight weeks. Board and tuition made known on application lo G. B. HAIN, Saumsville, Va. Conductor. NOTICE. Eight fine Poland China shoats, one sow and seven barrows one very tine Poland China boar, and several tine matured Poland China sows due to farrow, July and August, for sale. Come to see theta, if you want any? thing very tine in this line. Also two very tine hay mare, colts, one and 2 years old. sired by Ouacba Wilkes, Jam Buster and Stockbridge1. W. EL SHEETZ of Phil. Woodstock, Va., Route No 2. June 5?2t pd. Estray Hog. A large white sow estrayed from ray place, a few days ago. Any informa? tion by which I can get her will be appreciated and rewarded. JOS. S. HAUN. REDUCED RATES. SOUTHERN RAILWAY has au? thorized GREATLY REDUCED RATES on account the following named Special oceasions: ( ONFKDKHATK VkTKRANS REUNION, Birmingham. Ala.. .lune Ml, Up? dates of sale June ?>, 7 and 8, final limit leaving Birmingham not later than midnight June 20, 1WX. Stop? overs in either direction at Chatta? nooga, Tenn. INTERNATIONAL PlUNTUtsJ HlKSS mkn k Assistants' Union, Mobile, Ala.. June 15-21, 1908; dates of sale June !.'? and 14, final return limit June 22, 1908. Summer BOBOOLS for Tkachkrs, Tuscaloosa, Ala., June 10?Julv 21, V.m: dates of sale June ?, 10, 13, 15, 20, 22, 29, July 4 and 9; return limit 1 days from, but not including, date o safe. Summer School of the South Knoxville, Tenn., June 28 Julv .'ll 1808] dates of sale June 21, 22, 8JL 27 28, July 4, .% ll and 18. return limit li davs from, but not including, date o safe. Summer School, Athens, da., Junt 2?-July 31, 1806: dates of sale Junt 27, 28, 29, Julv 4, fi, ll and 18, final return limit 15 days from, but not in? cluding, date of sale. Read What we Offer You. Parma located io Sr enandoah County, Va., 7 miieafrora Water Lac* Station oo >outh*m Kal I wa v, eood level road to a ta tion, close to a -nool nndcburcbea, and coe laina a* j acres of 'and, laoacrea of wh\-h Iscieard, lay* well il smooth well fenced and ii in a fine state of cultivation. 15 acree bel ne excellent bottom that will produce 75 bbla corn per acre, and ?nd any kind cf farm macnlnery can tte used on all lt. li imuroved br ? good 9 roo - dwel? ling which la practically new with metal roof, painted and plaster?*, tennant bouse ftroomi. ?wi bern end all other neeisarr outbuild nu* ail in iiood ibape and re-air. Karin is well watered by creek snd branch running through, we!) and cistern at house also good spring st tenant bouse has a good orchard of very aelcct varieties of apples, pears, ftc. sums* of which sre In bearing and some just coming ie. Tbe property ii improved br a tr* od new as barrel roller flour mill Wolf Gyrator ly* lem slso choppers, feed and buckwheat will and all in good order are now tunning every day baying a One custom and merchant trade plenty of grain raised nearby for all purposes and no mill nearer than ia miks, -lao a good < ircLlsr saw mill in good order, which will ut 5000 feet per day, mills are located on never rai bog itresvm affording a_B(.'e posrer by two I turbine wheels under 9 tt. bead, there fe ala*, i good at re house aoijfi now occupied and toing ? good general mercantile business Poatofflee with daily asaiI <n store, two tele? phone Hoes. Thereat of tbe farm about ?&> acree is In original growth oak and pine tim? ber mostly oak sndhsrdwood and will cut half million to 1 million feet of lamber. Avpir *j. H. Di VIS a co., I Woodatock. Ts. I MT.JACKSON VlHJUUl V ul. ul!' Shana loah i st] ti-Si i ie will be held at Mt. < Q >n laj June l'.th. Liookoul for full /rain ne.vt w. ck. All p (? ? ??-,?.. s, 9nnday Schcol ****if tandsots and pr tain1 ts * f 1 *..->? OfSeiO. Ali congregations are cnti*.! SJ to 2 chu rel 1 delegates un il 1 . te for each church auxiliary, Oat rs .dy to go and uo to it. The following is tha program for Memorial Day, Jure 5th: OROOI OF PABADI TO THJJ CEME l. Marshals-A, L Graodsl ll. S. Bird, Jr., Silooe Zirkle, T. W. A Jen, Samuel Pence and Dr. J. !. T Iplett. :!. Ilamburg Cornet Hind. li. Mayor of town, and speaker*. I. Ministers. 5. NelT-Rice Camp Veterans. 6. Mf. Jackson Chapter C. D. C. 7. Visiting chapters. 8. Float?Thirteen young lad 1. Citizens. AT ckmktkky: 1. Music, chorus. 2. Prayer by Rev. Mammon. 3. Strewing of flowers. 1. Return to Town Sall. at hall: 1. Music, chorus. 2. Prayer by Rev. Beck. J. Music, chorus. I. Introduction of orator. 5. Oration, Hon. EL St. G. Tucker H. Presentation of Crosses of Hon? or, by J,. Triplet!. 7. Collection. 8. Music. 9. Benediction, Rev. Canup. Cures dizzy spells, tired feelings, stomach and liver troubles, keeps you wall all summer. That's what Hol? lister's Rocky Mountain Toa will do. Try it and you will always buy v. 3.r> cents Tea or Tablets. Schmitts I)rue Store. William A. McCauley,clerk ol the United States Court for the Western histrict of Virginia, dit-d suddenly at Ins home at Salem Friday mid-night, aired 71 years. CASYOH IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Delight Bears the Signature '?(&*/$%&&* v re iai a ia tl i who - d I ' lol ind I p | has not :hc ? ? irould be better oft! to ?*?* ?r six-thl jr, ti i i hi ? . ?*?? i In the morning he will jut! tinder ? lu- sticks of enthusiasm, that bs can? not get to the >toro fast enough, and when i rsork like a whirlwind. The oilier fell&w sits In ii until nine or ten o'clock, locks up, hurries borne, geti ii to ; ed, i at five or six in ihe morning, grabs his hat and runs to the store has no time to spend with h;s family no time for thinking, no time for anythil A i i UZEX. -^*VVv IT REQUIRES NO ARCJU MENT to prove the advantage of having B hank account. The fact that a gr* st majority of business men have one shows that a bank account is weil worth having. THE VALLEY SAVINGS BANK ACCEi >UNTS, Wi ODSTO K, Va , IS weil a from those of larger interests. M - that yt ii 0| :. thOUg) your bush ssl i not on a large - The advantajj I wil ? witl ry day's e The Valley Savings Bank, *vV ' ' J. L. FKLLFR.rXasnler Oct., 6 tf. for children; safe, sure. A'o opiate* mm rjrm.__H_B-_BHnTa? rn- sum. -ji rc ?*ar- ra ijk^jk I ANNUAL REUNION J OF THE VALLEY ODD FELLOWS. ?AT? WOODSTOCK, SATURDAY, JUINE 13th, '08. Hon. Hill Montague, President of the Odd Fellows' Orphan Some will deliver the add Other distinguished ipes leers will 1m* present and deliver add:- - i. 3 BANDS OF MUSIC WILL BE PRESENT TO ENLIVEN THE OCCASION. AMUSEMENTS SUN BROTHERS1 CIRCUS, A FINK GAME OF BASE BALL, THE NEW SKATING KINK, BOWLING ALLEYS, POOL PARLORS, MERRY-GO-ROUND, _ETC.. ETC.. ETC._ REFRESHMENTS Of all kinds will Ih? served. Special tables with ice water will bo conveniently arranged on the lawn adjoining ths Court House for tiie convenience of parties who bring their lunch with them. The Riehey store room, opposite Schmitt*' Dru#* Store will be converted Into ? check room, where bag* fags and baskets -Aili Ik* cared for. Don't fail to see the Parade at 10:15 jj See Railroad bills for Special trains. WT For stand privileges, writ.' A. Litton, Woodstock. Va. "BEE" Jan isr Ibm. fi bb si UPTO I.uy your goods at T. Glenn Locke's, where you are assured of getting the newest tilings in merchandise. Our prices are al? ways the lowest. We have just received a new supply of Per ca Is, Bslfast PopIer\?s, and Calicoes with the border attached lor trimming, Also a great and varried assortment of all kinds Summer Dress goods. Our -*!?- Godman Slippers and Shoes -*$?? are strictly up to date and all leather. The greatest assortment of straw hats in town. Just in, new patterns in English Linoleum at $1.00 per yard, 2 yard wide. Yours for Business, T. SLBNN LOCKE ? Opposite th* -Jail. Jirrah*!, .*>> ? A TEN DOLLAR SUIT' n that e man who _1,-ants to .ri Dull; rth he ever had. I ki at it m ti men buying ti: Suita i ? to ;>ay mt But that doesn't deter me when I can Increase tl ed the* - -lc an\ tr\ , ' " on I ot i irer ;- compa i more bi ja iel find in -<? Sui lcd i right Spring t it's the value in them t makes them remark al e. Take a look. W. M. C art, SUC "*. TO Horse ^ Atv/; Woods leek, V ginia. ? --,. Miss R. J. Rinker's ew Millinery . large new line of Millinery * receive* Huts to ne. The frimming Department is now in cha . dike, v ho ia t and ready to I at once and secure - Over one hu trin'med hats and bonnet, on Thanki a conti ntl' me. I Miss R. J. Rinker, ?IAIN - S Wi ODS WOODSTOC K Saturday, June SUN BROTH 9i n nth o CREAT PROGRESSIVE Ills in Every Sense?QU'ilitv, HipfauiJ Variety, A-CRACK-A-JACK PERFORMANCE. NEVER SO COOO AS NOW. A tented Show of quality and up-to-dateness. Con? tinuously before the Amer? ican public for Seventeen years. EVERY FEATURE, ACT, SENSATiO AND EXHIBIT, NEW FOR '03. WILL ARRIVE VIA SPECIAL TRAIN (ila j enteri-Iiim-ui for the Millions. Why ssy more? Follow the crowd EVERYTHING WORTH SEf-INO 200?Performers both human and animal, The recognized champions of everywhere. 100 Flues! Timur* Sad P&niss ever exhibited. Great Carnival of Novelties. ?Huge Freak Bazaar. Colossal Children's Zoo.?Athletic Tournment. Blus Ribbon Elont I'air. -Stn-iety Vaudeville Adjunct. Massive Grand Military Hsnd Concerts. Magnificent Convocation of Marvelously Trained Elephants, Ponies, Horses. Lions, Leopards. Camels, Hyenas, Baboons, Bears, Dogs, Mules, Sheep and Birds. mr AA fifi Will be given to the leading charitable institutions of IpOUUaUU jour city or county, if any Ticket Scalyers, Gamblers M Off Color Issues aie found in or about the establishment Sun Brothers' Shows. CAN OTHERS SHOWS SAY AS MUCH t A\ 11:30 A. M., given upon a Plaza erected on the Show Grounds, a series of sensational, new and al? together original Free Exhibitions. Positively worth walking many miles to witness. Come to the Crounds early, and secure an advant? ageous location. ALL FREE TO THE PUBLIC. Bring the Children. TWO COMPLETE PERFORMANCES DAILY, at 2 and 8 o'clock p.m. Doors open one hour earlier. At the night performances, the big tents and the surrounding exhibi? tion grounds are brilliantly illuminated with massive Electro-Calcium generators. It can be truthfully said that night is turned into da/.