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Conmiumcat .oas ol a pr.ViUe nature
charged lor ad ad-zon-i**^.
THB HERALD JOB OFfrCfl
is completer ever) reapect. Work
done on short notice aud on Jae
caost BflMatonbls terms.
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VOL, ill.
WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. F1UDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,.008.
NO 28
3he*v*n^**h Hatted * d
Adv?*rtJiMfr< Snit:*
Adv
?' * xTO Ol
ten lint* or !?? ..j
sertion, and 60 cents fur each
uaijbr.mucli .u-^rtion.
JOT Quarterly or yearly adis**
ttoeinantJ by contract
Xlr.lits fae l uni et ot icier
tlom is iaarkt>d noon iLe mai tu
script, advertisemeuts will be pi f
llshed until forbidden snd charg,.
accordin r)v
PROFESSIONAL CAUD3
ii V.1UUA- . r. wn
^ILUA^ib & BROTHKK,
Attorneys-at-Law,
WOOD* i CK*, VA.
Pr%Caior in si! the Coorie >< aheDan
4oab and injeinlng cc . .uss. m the ou
>reme U-art of Afc-pea-e, -?ud in the Lu
emt snd Disirte. Conti, ot the unittu
it sto*.
msT Special attention *?>en to the col
eet n of claims, ssay 15. '*****
M. L. Walton, Collection
. .ui-nent.
W. L. - N. . ,
? i'ublic
Vs/4LT0N & WALTON,
Attotnej s-at-Laws
V7001'.- -TA.
coin State and Federal Courts,
oct* 4* ^3.
r. 8. Ta- tamma
TUVKNNER I
A: iey8-a
. . -ly.
IRMUfiL :. . X
Attorney -at-Law
B? -
of TI ? 3
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Ad>\
liav lb '*a>?.vr.
17* H. BRI ai
MIMI* ANO GC I AT LAV.1
J, WoOl - MA.
OrcJCf - r. Merchants sad fa*-*-.
m rs :.j.. k /mild!
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Qa J. ll BMOOT,
Mavin.,
foui >
Street,!
W&en ..
au*. ^?-Jvr.
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Office h * | ^eno* B<nj;h X?
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X>ontia^it
WOODSTOCK, va.
?stabllsbed in 1889 Office South
Main rr rm. Term.*, cash.
May 2?lyr.
D
Et \V. S. CUNK,
Resident Physician.
"tar* Calls a-ibwrcl dsy or night.
Once and reudenoe North Halt
S reel. Marc* 4?tf
|)li. T. F. LOCKE*
Resident Dentist.
O. nen Mun Sr., Woodstock, Va
CsT Chlorofor-., Mther snd cocaine
ased tor paia -"tseitr&otlonoi teeta.'
Deo. 36?1
BARBER SHOP.
Cou ut St., Woodstock Va.
varden Fravel* Propr.
f-ajr^PromptstV'itlon (riven to sl< cuato
aasts
A Share ol .he public patrona-re so
eld.
WOODSTOCK
MARBLE WORKS,
WOODSTOCK, VA.
Monuments, Tombs and ail Kinds
ef Cemetery Work
'ts i^es ir. tte Valley. Ol ye tn.
a call.
*L. tl, SNYDER.
a
J. N. DAVIS & CO.,
Hil SITE BFOKBRS
WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA.
W .-.-??? tlai
or sale in ViT?.tnia.
mal! fH-n:**.. Town rYopert*?. Milli, Mineral
?ml Tiviber lands, Htoi-v atari.ls and stocks of
anorchandine. If you want to sell y.*ir
roperty *vUicei.y?price lt at a rma*( <
*.<*??<*? fi i shtd we **i"('.oihf rei
trite Ut i ataloc***e nov. ao-i y?
Farms For Sale
An excellent Farm ci Vho acres of
land, good buildinffS, w\
and fenced, 3 taltai from Kail Road
Mai only $4,000.
An excellent small farm of 27 acres
of good land well watered, fOO*d frui
and good new dwelling with bay win
dow and all necessary out buildings
3miles from Kail Road Price ?2,100
A good small home of 11 acres of.
fine land, al-out i00 trees of fine fruit,
good dwelling in j?rood neighborhood,
4 miles from Kail Koad. Price
11050-all on easy payments. Apply
to J. N. DAMS A CO,
Keal Kstate Agents,
Woodstock, Va.
"?mmmmmmmmmTm^m^mmmmm?m^mm^?mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm,
A POSITIVE FACT.
J. N. Davis ACo can suppl j yoj with
most anything you want to bay in
Keal Kstate, if you will write to them
stating just what you want. If you
have any Keal Kstate you want to sell,
send a fell disinption, and list with
them, and th?y will find you a quick
purchaser, If the price is reasonable
lt will cost you nothing- unless they
make sale.
Jf N DAVIS & CO.,
sk si Estate Agents,
Woods tonk Va
Will exhibit in
WOODSTOCK
MONDAY,
UNDER MIR HU3E HAPPY DAYS WATERPROOF PAVILIONS,
The FRANK A. ROBBINS
NEW GREATEST ALL FEATURE SHOWS.
tares of Animals, Acts, Antics and Attractions. Room for Ten Thou?
sand to Enjoy ? Thousand Ravels.
THE TRIBUNAL OF NATIONS.
ASUPEB-SPLENDIDPAGKANTBEFLEXOF HEROIC HIS.
rOHY I - l \tnv. Sumptuous Trivnphal Floats aod Noblest Charger*., Living
th*: Greatest Warriors and Rulers of the Past and Present, Mart-ally and
Accoutered and Arrayed in Splendidly Accurate FscfimlltS of the Arms and Regalia
THE PARAGON OF RADIANT, ROMANTIC REALISM.
ri:;: very cream of earths great circuses
THE WORLD'S MOST WONDROUS BARBBAOK EQUES
PHIANS, Saddle Sen?*?tH>nali?t&-?Manege Marvels? Revolutions and Revelations in Kir
Ht Riding?The Handsomest f-f Hones?Tba Greatest of Artists.
3?mC^
mmT^n\nm-S-i J Tt I \Smt T
A HOST OF CLOWNS THAT CATER TO A NATION.
Whose Inimitable Burlesques ol Popular Games, Prominent People's Fads ani Fashion!
ind Follies Make Fe ks Fa 1 Oil their Seats.
Most Surprising Basts of Many Species.
In Cute, Cunning and Curious Antics to Charm the Children.
T'-o Aslm?J Start of AH Ai^ns*. A Monster Motley Assemblage of Wondroys Wags,
Worth their V slgM In Gold to a Weary World.
THE CGMINQ OF ALPHA AND OMEO A.
DARE-DEVIL RIVALRY ABOVE A YAWHR6 DEATH TRAP,
Flying Awheel ftc mr,* a Dirag Gap ot Fifty Feet.
THIS FEARSOME MID-A3H FIGHT FOR FAME WI I M kee tbs
:? ar.! Tremble, Wbi< h S. tlauss i:. Awe-Struck Admiration, I*
'?' ? lie Power of Words. Prodigious Bej <ograpk < : '. ?nul. An
.taral Sensation.
REPRODUCTION OF A TRIUMPHAL FETE IN TOKIO,
l Great and Only R pe of Gymnasts. Tee First S
Art bought from tbe < *::g the Champions of Ererj
kountry. Tbe Agile Eminence of 1 * md West.
The Aerial SensationsRocognizodFrom Every Throne. Brilliant,
dutiful, Bewitching Bicycle Prodigies, i be Coliseum kace Course Surround*
a Elevated Stage Unites
ME GREAT HIPPODROMES OF HISTORY,
THE HIGH-CLASS CIRCUITS OF OUR CENTURY,
n Resplendent Rivalry. A Furor ol Fleet, Flashing, Flying Finishes, which Thousands
\*atch with Breathless Interest, and which Horsemefl Pronounce Incomparably Fine.
Lt rees moor MARVBLoueLr cducated rimeeric mid riatear wild seo ooMneno
AN ACTING ANIMAL MILLENNIUM.
'JUMBO JERUSALEM. " ? : ^ofaiiti ss-TsTlej
"han M? st !'?...?-Gr. ?n I :?
A GIANT FREE MORNING MARDIGRAS-PARADE. .
.. Of Commingled Magnitude, Magnificense and Mirth. Two Perforn-ir es Dailr, Ra.n Ol
?ans, ? -
CB CRBAin.
The Excelsior Creamery,
Woodstock, Va., is better pre?
pared to furnish Ice Cream on
short notice and reasonable
prices, to yard parties, festi?
vals, pic-nics, etc., than* any
establishment in the Valle,*..
ALL ICE CREAM AND ICE8
GUARANTEED PUK?:.
Leave your orders for Sun?
day cream, only, at Walton -.v
Smoot's Drug Store, or.
address,
A. W. NICODEMUS & SONS
4-3-"m. Woodstock, Va'
Monroe Funkhouser,
AGENT FOR
Moah Farmers'
Mutual Fire Insurance
tie is usu-illy found at the Clerk's
jm'ce Woodstock, Va
Dec. 20 '07?tf.
R
L'SH n. WILLIAMSON,
&tfy-qH?rtf.
Woodstock, - - Virginia.
I.TH'S ATTOBMaR FOF
wtntmASWOAB COUNTY.
Will practice in adjoining* counties.
WU be in Mew Market every Saturday.
Kodol For
Indigestion
Our Guarantee Coupon
5 If. alter ntiiig fwrvthirdt of ? ft oo bott'.** off
K-'xi'/i. rou can honeatly aay it bas net bene
fited yon, mr will refund yo**r rooney. Try
1 today on this trnarantes. FID ont and
tuen th* following, preaent H to tb* dealer at
the time of porchaaa. If it fail* to tat is fy Ton
ret'irn the bottle containing one-third of tbe
in? to the dealer from whom you bonfbt
it. and wt will refund your money.
Town.
Stare
Sigrn here.
tat Ihi.'i.i
Digests WhatYouEa
And Mikes (he Stomach Swec
nt. C. Do WITT A CO., Chicago* It
Walton iV 8moot
Ros!.? SsuRiain toa Jlugge?
A B*-*y Wedlcirc for Bj*** rV';;*.
.Bri.vi Oo-^fn Htui'h jr.d Renewed Vitfor.
A teetttw IO? Coc^t'pr'tlon. IndatfCfttiota, Uv
nn6 Kidney troubles. I'la plc**, F^xpssa. Iniin:
Bloc 1. Bad Breath. Slntrai-ib Bowels >'??
BaVCUSfbe. lu lUtcV.y M . . r.n T< I
let form. 16 cents s> box. 0**riMtrwp rna-le I
iIoMJ*-*TS*a Dui v, OoWtAMV, Madi^D, \\ K
GOIDEH RliaGOT r0# tkLLOmt **&>Pi
A Victim rf Leprosy.
"On my travels la \ enezuela." un ld :i
Xvai York maxs, "i stayed in a hotel
arith a yoong man In whose famlh
tlvre wns tho taint of leprosy, thougl
be RpparenUy fiid not boro tt One
n'.L-ht sitting nt dinner he became an
gr* at a walter and brought his hand
down ou thc table with full forve. Qt
Instantly reall'/.ed that he dkl not feel
the blow and s::t looking nt his hand,
his face whlteulr.g with horror. 'Give
Die your knife, Bob.' he saki to hi.*
chum Ho <-rrnbt>e<J the pocketknife hi
a frenzy and stabbed the side of his
band with vk*k*us cuts from Angel
Him to wrist. You may not know that
lej'posy appen rs In the side of thc hand
noss being a sign. The man di*'
n I feel tbe <*uts. Ile arose fr??m ttv
ta Mo. knocking over his chair, rushed
out Into the courtynrd of the hotel
nnd we heard the cjtJlcfe tang of n re
vohcr shot. Telling ns how he had COU
quered the leper's curse by ending lil*
Ufo."
Dollcr Dills by Weight.
"DoJInr hills ire worth almost thc!:
wel-rht In poM," n bank president pnH
the other dnv lo a depositor.
"Ten, I suppose they come In h.inl;
for chango j;n^l are e:isy to carry." th.
oVpoattor replied absently.
"No: I a ns s per. kine lltoni!lr.M the
twnk president snid. "Wc -.'ot Into an
ararnnsenl in the t?ank here tbe otbef
dir ns to h.nv much n dollar MU
weighed. A twenty dollar gold piece
waight M(> emin*. We found thal
twenty-aeveu crisp, new one dollar billi
weigh the tame ns n twenty dollai
golrl plere. We to?f< d some hills thal
h.ti !k*p*i lu ??-??? nOH fonrxl that lt took
tint twenty Hi of them to babriee th<
froid piece. I -**'ipp?Ne that twonty-sli
rjaed hills eather nn nccumulatlon ol
rtfrt In paasing from hi nd to hnnd tba!
welchs sjhooi arba! one new bill does.'
? RsvaMaaa Cl'v Sf '.r
Li
A C:b!'cprwle,s Kapi/.
Mbfldill <".-.vi.hm. who waa blaho*
of latMdott, land n horror of lendln
hrs favorite booka A fellow aflMg]
mon onre \islie.l the bishop anti t?*o
h fnncy to ::n *'!d edition of Shnkt
s*p**ir?-*. Ile 1, trowed the volume nn
did not think to return lt for sever.
Usg. I'irMih the mini *.ter retune
lt xx Uh n letter, saying. "My Den
IfTrhnp I )v\~c areit licnsrKT lo a
tttrntng Ibo -rotunie ron lent tne."
The bishop answered, "My Dei
r.rvfber-All the Joy k* lalne."
Her progress.
Tr+? *? * - T *n>w ?nm you ww
eoaye*vrfn*r-ras: afcrnrft your mrrrmrt n-air
ko tibvt*
"Ch. she's pro^ressh-rjr dow."
"It*, she really'7"
?",.**. H . Rfc ,; t Aver andsloi
Bald
roiiwiroi^^xAi
IIV1X
A Dispcnssr of Smiles.
lier motlier kiM: "tja learl lan'1
ti u i -ul? What will people th]
but rL ? [ eople tb ted to
think lt about lue prettleat Incldamt
the> h.ui ;urt ;;j:C day.
8be wns a very llttlo girl, white
(rocked, pink nbU-ned. brown curl.il.
With ber mothar she left the subway
train at the Gnu al station. The
usual confusion piwfalled. Timid trav
elen grabbed suit enses and bundle**
nnd exclaimed, "Oh, do we change
here?" Trainmen on tlie platform
shouted out directions for local nnd
exprctu trains and the guards of thal
particular car adjured t: engen
frt*o,uen:ly and vrhemently to '
.:d to**W;it^h the^rVp." Then
all of a sudden there was a lull in tlie
uproar. Tlie little girl wai leaving
the car. She stopped at the door, look?
ed back and wared her band.
?'Goodhy, everybody," she said.
The words carried to the far end of
the car. They made every one sit up.
Two or throe persons ca lied ont a re?
sponsive "Oooxlby," two or three snid
"Bless the child," and an smiled.- New
Yuik Pr,.
The 8eo Serpent.
When fourteen mile**' oft* tlw* co
Brazil M. J. Nu ttl, tnthor ot "T
Voyngea ol1 a Naturalist," oboatled a
sea Fcrpent which carno within about
fifty yards of the ship. "All that wc
could soe waa a donal Uu about four
feet long sticking up shoot two taei
from tho writer. Tlie ll;, was n brown?
ish black ool??r and much resembled a
gigantic piece <>t ribbon seaweed Be>
k>w the water we COOld Indlrectlj r ??
a very larg* bro*? Dish Muck patch, but
could not make ont the shn*.>e of tin
creature. Every now and then the Os
dtrappeared below the water. Sud
dc.ly nn eel like neck, al>out sit (eat
long arni of tho thlckne*ss of a man's
iring a bead ihaped like that
of .'i turtle, nj pear rd in fr nt of tl
las? ?ng up tbe water with a curious
wri. gllng i nt. This creature
wa* an example, I consider, of what
bas leen so often reported, for tran!
pf I betfer nama, ns the 'groat
serp nt* I fed sure, bow-ever, that lt
ot a reptile that we saw, but a
rori ^ial."
Bough! His Own Work.
T come acroaa a 'At of ot**- -
'a print ll an OX] fi
exasperating to ai
?? ar * 0
t <. :
.
lt
*:
?. ? Enable ?? .? r
'ore published
J.-r, '
th-at the paper would 1
In tl 1 ' I
lated. \\ b. n tho Bngtlab
lal i before bim, together with ?mite 1
hill for the u.. > labor, wbal
the disgust of the writer to tin 1 thal
the article was noti. | ? ".- leers
than a German reproduction, of nn ar
ticlo of his own published the yenr W
fora lu an Kn^'lLsh Jonnml. And bf
had paid twice us much for the trans?
lation as he had recelred for the orig?
inal article!-Washington iStar.
Vagaries of the Plumb Line.
One of the curious thinga that men
of science hav.' dlacorered in their in
numenible efforts to measure and mnp
the earth with the least possible error
ls the fact that there are places where
tbe direction of a plumb line ls not
vertical. Irregularities of density in j
the crust of the globe may produce this
phenomenon.
A remarkable Instance has been
found in the Wand of Porto Nico
where the deviation from the vertical
ls so great thnt in mopping the island
tbe northern and southern coast lines,
as shown on the older nra ps, had each
to be moved inward half a mlle.~New
York Tribune.
The Brainy Bunch.
Mr. Sink?Do you see those three
people walking together down there'*
Mrs. Getup?Yes; who are they? Mr
Sink*-?One is a so mun m bu 11st, one is
a kleptomaniac and one ts a plagiarist
Mrs. Getup?Law sakes! 1 never
dreamed we were going to meet so
many brainy people lu a bunch.?Kan?
sas City Newsbook.
The Fuller He Get*.
"BHgglns is a very inconsistent
man."
?Tn what way?**
"The later he stnys ont nt night thc
more he wants to sing 'Homo, Sweet
Homo.' "?Exchange.
rVrooeft ts tbe soap bobble of life,
Torr \argn. very a-ro-ooth and aecondant
until pricked.
Pct-tane Stnmp Gum.
I ? ?. ' ? ?
SUI tr pa
of sweet
the sf 11;ii*.i .;r.* ' ffOU
se r- <?'?
..? Ileutei > r lt the moi
haruilr.ii pc*aperatSoi1 bf the sort. AJ1
of the gum Dsed on American postagi
Sta opt I I bf tho government Bl
the blireaa of engraving and printing,
where the stamps are made, lt b
spread on the ahaata after tho atampa
have baan prtntetl. T1k> gum, in a
ll<p.'id form, is forced up through pipet
fn-in the i-nsement, where it is mad ?
These pipes lead to a series of BM
chines consisting of rollers, betw*.'
which the sheets of BtSJnpe are fed. Ol*
nt a time, a continuous tine Btreani
of the Ibpild gum falls upon ??ue oi
these rollers. The sheet with Ita arti
coating of awe* t potato oraetlap passe.
froin the rollers into a long horizon tn
line Oiled with bot air. When 1
emerges at the ofher end of 'ho flin
tbe gum ls dry.?New York Tele-gram.
Straight From the Antmoi.
A Loodoo ?s'cntlemnn, having toko
country ns
tlie correct thing to do. .is well as t*
get a little froab air, had invite''
of his friends down to we bl** new
poss?*. ;<?:?.
Having rlewed tlie domain and not
ing tho absence of creature lifo about
tho pince, one of bin friends remarked*
"With ? nico, open place like this, I
wonder you don't have some animal*
. ls usual on a farm. Bi
rxnvK, for Instance, so as to hav*.
own butter and < ream."
"No-.," dr;* Inst, "dont can'
ni-mt butter or cream."
"? ".nr chi'kens or ducks, then. Yon
surely like fresh eggs?1
"No-o. don't care for eggs. But I've
sometimes thought I'd Uko a sheep. I
rather like kidneys for bfta**kfastM
Mverpi>ol Mercury.
The Palisades.
To po?j New York city from tb*- 1
sadee ts lo witness the multiple bea*,
ty nu-d wonder of tlw? Palisades them
serves. One of tb*** most astonish in .
frctf* eoocernlog tbes-e lowarlo
masses of gra:*-dour !s that th y '.le
clot ? to the most artificial, mai
? .' ?' tn tl at el ' . baa
atolved, writes Phillp Yen h. .
b? Hurler's M/.guzlno. To ooitk
the Palisades from tbe retir ut
Ike itepptng to tho edge of tht
?
low bayoud as if .v a i'.
a i?art of apace, its eountl i
t?* Ling like mtllloiie of sinrj stu
- .uilca r.< r akj...
I vhen tfve *r I
up with th* tide to the ba
. litf.i toll
of me aobaatanUal tlcf.
She Investigated.
What 1 er I to I
waa ? : t tf .t
silver mounted walking stick, ira:
know, iter got Eltie's fa?
ther to
"I found it' 1 ly Inform
er father, "floating like I
on tba waves one da* when I arni
bat Ling."
Hut two days later Etate's I
said t .
"Come tell me! What ls lils namer
"Namer repeated Elsie blankly
"What do you mean?"
"I DM tn, dear." said Elsie's I
"that last night 1 tried to make that
i stick of roora float In the bath, and
well, darling; lt snnk!" ? Pcarsou'*
Woekly.
Gi zing Them Credit.
"You know." said tbe distinguisher
oriental who manifests much curiosity
'that the Chinese discovered the art 01
printing from type thoo sa pde of year
ago?
"Yes." replied tli< mun who wa
being Interviewed. "And incidental
ly I don't doubt that they were th*
original Inventors of the Interrogation
polnL"-\Y;iii?iin*!>ton S;ar.
Handicapped.
Jodge> Remember, arttucss*, you a1
?worn to tell tbe truth, and nothing ls
the truth Witness-Judge. 1 nm tr;
lng my dura-dost to do lt. hut tiwi p
fiecrd slob of a lawyer there won't i
mel?Chicago Tribune.
Half the Battle.
"If 1 wore you." said tlie old beeb
lor to Ce Is-nedlct "Pd either rule r
SHOW why."
"Well." wns tbe reply, "as I nlre.wl
SnaoW why. I suppose that's half tl
bflftlor-Atlanta Constitution
Not by levity of floating, bul bj sm
boa fort-v of swimming, sbult the
mnlH* tfty tr ir.?Ta ri rlt*.*
Rickett. *
Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones tg?
are not forming rapidly enough. ,??
Lack of nourishment is the cause.
Scoffs Emulsion nourishes baby's
entire system. Stimulates and makes bone.
Exactly what baby needs.
ALL DRUGGISTS. 80s. ANO $100
0*4**0i444440+*4**44**
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INDIGESTION AND DYSP
CAUgfati AND CV**
aMsWassmjpaMp w^ttae toast ts
*nmm? mUosmma a snamsitmomsmornxm
\y syadhmWAaasmisa
ordered em
ksssgsaaalssBJsa
???, s^^ Vs4aa> ta
kmnmsmjot by dtrsaw
4 taaf amen tm sUeaa
Wa., ta mWrmWaM. Rjrdale's
caoaot
so Abb
Moffssadl Ta&ieteare |awt wasui le Beaded i?
cfo. ITaWfWipfWBs^aag^satfJiSaaa^^ 9*oaaa wlasaomi
tsssatorasch to disordered. TW arte ipraajld askiifctoto tar csuMroo, era>
bowel o^ssrrwaw, Ittha dlaeetf ea ea warns ara weak
> of aasa
load ar
fertatg from aarv stomach or bowal 0HMa% itfJs
panp
. itow
norrvciaetuas, sleeplessness, arts. Rydsle'a
oesee, and af weed regularly wHI aeon cure th
mtsmmm+a Nessi ?sh Tabaeaa ara ae4d eat a rn
twdf^aatsow Wra\ prevafl, anad twa fjastieaK w#aajss\aj wara oaao er anora at mas
jBjSjg, aouratoawaA,l^aittraa>tgralui1aa etiiaih, lead er
ak headache, nausea, vomiting,
.Maana* TaMara w* rallara at
swe<rstfOtwraaefaSeenay^aaee?se
rollo's* tag ty aa p
karat lu tlie
" . ' ? ' - v - -?
, tour stomach, hosrts-ora, gsa
atonscti, pain ra the atmnaoh. alsk headache,
the
aaisjwaiasisaaarap>?is%ajrti
aaasa?saisraariaiajsjataaa^
Yrivicl Cauta of a Bloody War.
In tlie ..... ' loman
becaiu* of bia
. ; .
Dalt. .1 n <11 Bed to Sv>.
Whereupon l< Imlr, king ot Po
lan-d, wr ?? bartel us, klnp
or Bx ed tu, demanding the aoiraiider o<
tbe criminal The king of Sweden on
sg the dispatch noticed that hit?
or-n name and titi re followed bj
two "et ce*teraa?M while tlie name of
tho king of IVrfand was followed by
throo. Tin? maaUdng "ct cetera'* ao en?
raged the king of Sweden tbat be at
0001 declared war against Poland
Tho wnr w s carried on with groat bit?
terness until 1060, when a peace was
signori nt Oil ra, Bear Danzig, A eon
bsmpotwrj writer (Kochowskyi poured
Out bis lamentations on the war bi
those terms: "How dear har. this 'et
eatart1 baan to us! With how many
iiave thees two potentates paid
for these missing eight letters! With
what streams of blood bas the failure
of a Ssw drops of ink N-en avenged!"
A Morse's Toe Nalia.
FVw powotis maltee that a hor^e'*?
ho<>f ls really the mme thing aa
toa nalia of human beluga or ol ant
mais having toes. Tba born of a hoof
grows Just as a toe nail does. Thc
hoof grows ui'-re rapidly In na
hon fl than In those- wearing
and it grows faster in boraea which
oro well groomed anil well fed. Bv.;
on an average tho horn giowe about r
third of an loch a month. Hind ix .of?
gr**w faster than fore hoofs, The toe
of the hoof u lng the longest part; it
}'>iigi r for the born to grow
down there thai, at tlie heel Tor in
e, th ' rill glOW entirely d >wn
In from eleven to thirteen months,
while th*- bet i will tir <ar down la
three t" dre . tbe new norn
groWl *U( ? cr defects lu th.;
old jura-: allrj '.'. o? wbera
they can bo ci i Ith human
nalia yi
of raise from the wot to tbe *
New York Sun.
Dictionary Users Modest.
"Men arv narrar ao mod I
rh- go to use n dictionary." rama
an ittcndant nt Itu pnbttc library.
"i ral bei ? ?to
r* j bile dlctrona ur (.?**?> rn . ,
other people an around you'll
loot rartrvety as if in
i m: ?'??:?? I nu.
a .? orana d * ba
dge
ed to
woy > thi 1 they d
I
TJw :.- '
yo**, see pi rd lu
mo di ? ' lt li
be ts aookl ? aa win u-ii
poa You'll dud la at least nine -
J ten that bs won't len rou, Qe*i
?fl 1 :? 00*11 know lt and have tbe fun
yt enltghtenlng him.**** Cleveland Plain
Denies,
Apcti.r'-.ary't- W-ijht.
"I'm suic' al the go
Mr. Pillsbury,
a dram
"Vc*- rt. **i be
be ba1- no a a t'.i.it di
recUon.H-Pbi!odclpbla Vt\
A Keen Business Wan.
% h lal I* I i Ararat
??rinc." be < ried ".* m unfair
ton resort In oi
Herewith be s* build a aum
mer hotel.?New York Sun.
Far Fields Are Greener.
A boy always brigs of what h<* erfi
(Jo when he's a .nan.
And when be becomee a man he al
ways boasts of what he did wbeu b**
was a boy ? PLk-Me-Up.
It is impossible for any drug to
iigest food without the aid of the
stomach. Man cannot do nature's
work-he can only assist her, and any
concern claiming that they have a
remedy that will digest food without
the aid of the stomach, thereby allow?
ing the stomach to lay idle and rest,
are claiming the impossible. All
remediea for stomach troubles should
be given with tbe sole purpose of aid
ing nature and enabling the stomach
to do its own work. One of the best
Stomach Specialists in the U. S. wrote
the prescription from which ."Rydale's
Stomacu Tablets are made and ihey
enable the stomach to do its own work.
Two sizes, 2'xj aud 50c. S. G. Good,
of New Market, and Dr. W. I'.
Fabrney, of Timbervills, Va,
YOU ARE GOING TO BUY
Stockers and Feeding Cattle
THIS SEASON
You want to buy where you ci ri get the best cattle for the least
money. H wire at once to
JOHN J. LAWLER
163 EXCHANCS BUILDING
UNION STOCK YARDS, CHICAGO
Sound, safe, conservative, strict honesty and
a square deal guaranteed.
ESTABLISHED OVER 25 YEARS
REFERENCES: Live Stock Exchange National Bank, Chicago
Any Merca' icy
Thousands of our satined customers
Wc han*!!'? more stockers ami feeders than any firm in the world. A big
selection at ail times. Sales, 40 to 50 loads daily.
Come to Chicago and we will sell direct to yon, or order at once by mail
er telegram and we will ship just what yon want direct to you at lowest mar?
ket prices. Write at once tor our plan of fi We can save
you money. Write us for quotations c. .2 you buy.
FOR SALE.
One up right 6 horse steam engine one 8 horse boiler, suit"
able for sawing wood, cutting fodder, hay corn in shock or crush?
ing and grindirj ? corn, one 12 inch Sprout and Waldon french bun
mill, one New Holland No. 1 crusher.
We also have at all times all kinds
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
The Superior Force Feed Grain and Fertilizer Drill, Sharple*
Cream Separators, Syracuse Harrows, Steam and Gasoline Engines
Kemp Manure Spreaders &c. A new car load of the famous
Blue Ribbon 'Juggles, Surries,
R bouts, Sst. Look at our S .lem Wagon*, and be convinced
they are the only good wagons .1 wheels.
Respectful
J.H. DOWNEY & SON.
MT. JACKSON, VIRGINIA.
The Normal Training Class
IN CONNECTION WITH
THE WOODSTOCK HIGH SCHOOL.
1 Sept 7, B aston nine months. Tuition for the session 1908-9
will ? io ail si ats "? .tate of Virginia.
AU wno desire t* should apply by mall or in person at once to the
Principal. Applicants tate age. school previously attended anc.
rancement therein. While it is desirable that applicants should have taken
two years of the high -school course, yet any earnest young* man 'or woman,
ambitious to become a teacher, is advised to communicate freely and frankly
arith the Principal.
Students who complete the work proscribed by the State Board of Educa?
tion will bc given a certificate of graduattoo, which entitles the holder to a
teacher'! first grade certificate good for three years.
Aug.1?-3t. WM. A. ANDERSON, Jr.. Prideipal.
Slate Female loni Sctol
Twenty-fifth Session begins SEPTEMBER 9th. Fore ata
logue and information concerning State Scholarships, write to
J. L. JARMAN, President, Farmville, Va.
To Whom it Concerns.
W7hereas the entire estate, real and
personal of which John D. Combs,
died, sei/.ed and posssssed has been
conveyed to the undersigned upon
condition that they pay all indebted?
ness of said John D. Combs, therefore
all persons having claims against
said estate, or owing debts to the
same are herebp given notice to come
foward and settle the same with.
C. R. SHIPE, Admr
Sep. 5~4t.
Brand new high grade buggy for
sale. A bargain.
Wm. J. Gochenour,
3oth Phones. Maurertown, Vi
ir
yv.
?m;
v^
*>V-v
*?%;
Covers all
tlie ground
EFFECTIVENESS,
To obtain the tull value of mtmire lt mast b*3 evenly distributed?
it must cover all the ground. This te a matter of prime importance.
The Corn King manure srreaders are so successful in this ind all
other respects that thew machines are regarded as farm necessities.
CORN KING S*PRE AVERS,
The Corn King spreader is a return apron machine and is noted for
great convenience and utility, lt embodies features ?* hich make it
unexcelled in design, materials, construction and durability. Among
the many distinctive features of this spreader are positive apron
control, single lever, vibrating rake, folding seat, durable tinish and
symmetrical design.
THE KECORV.
The Corn King manure spreaders have proved so satisfactory In
every way that up-to-date farmers all over the country are demanding
these machines. Yon cannot atf ord to overlook the excellent features
of these machines. The value of manure spreaders is now fully
realized as ls the economy of using them. You cannot afford to
run your farm or ranch without ona or more Corn King manure
spreaders. They are made ia three sizes to suit all conditions. A few
minutes' examination of one of these machines will convince you that
there is none better.
SHENANDOAH FARMERS UNION.
Iii ii.-. .1 i
j S
wa
fl ijii ??? rn n-a*
S3HSB
Do You Intend to Teach?
OR ARE V< ?U A THIRD GRADE
TSACHEBf
A year's successful work in the
Normal Training Class in the Profit
Koyal High School, authorized and
supported bj the State, will guaran?
tee you a Third Grad, i [ti flea te
good for three vears. N* > ( i.
Staion begins Sept. 22d.
For further information iddrsst ai
Front Roval, Va.
H. CRAWFORD BOUNDS,
Normal Training Dept.
, Aug. 2S?4t
Machinery for Sale.
I have for sale a bi inch hand plan?
er and jointer, rip saw, band taw*]
lathe, shaft, hangers and pb)
whrt'l machine, and a lot of ari
arood. Wil! -.ell all or separately .-it a
reasoaiable price Wagoo hube ti
eil and in the ro wirti.
W. E. WILKIN
II. E. D. No. li
Woodstock. V;i.
July IT, 2 mo.
Astray Notice.
Taken up by th? subscriber, on his
plaoe, om- estr?y bog, of the following
ASSN ption: A I lack sow. ene third
richt ear is white and there ie
a what spot on her left ham, a white
snoot, a white spot on left side of her
head and uhite feet, supposed tole
ibout thu ita alda She was ap
|.rui***?l **t *M.->0. The owner w*ll
ay elm rues ??nd tal e
i^-rwlse she will be dis
11. ? . . ic < eg !*?*? law
h. D. (."< BEKOCR.
Rep. l lt, ?
An Investment.
We are recommending certain prop?
erty lu this City as an inv-s'ni ?< f.
A inour*, rt quired fron. -?K'sX> to $>.*>00.
Full particular*** upon application to
H. W. IIl7.LF.AKY A 00
Sept. *i-4t. C hcrlottesville, Va.
Apple Barrels*
I am now prepared to fill promptly
all orders for apple barrels.
jno. n. gr a hill,
Woodstock, Va.

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