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J7OO08TO0K VA. FRIDAY, APRIL 50, 1909. i,a at the P ia, at wood etoo**, Va., aa ?eooad-alaai antttar, SHENANDOAH VALLEY LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. WOODSTOCK VU01MA. -:o: Moser baaed st I per cent oa teal sstate or ?o d eottateral secarlty. Savin?* d* p 'Sits receivfd in shujs ot $???-> 01 over. sod Interest ?Uow d or. tai ffF-For partirulars address *>??CWpanr St its home office,or vail on J. j*. *'?*lZ> Strasburg; G. W Wir4Je, IdiabartiF.a. Penaybacker, Mt. Jackson; or a. K. hoover. New Market. Va. GENERA^ LOC IA IV J If ft Rios 3 cents per lb. at Glenn Lot Lace curtail.- ? ??'? eeata pair ut Glenn Looke'e. Qrooeriea exchai ? antl poultry at A. kitto We carry the I rgeal line ot lon ahoer at Glenn Loci Cash paid for eggs and poultry at A Litton's, Court ill Ladies Nar;, calf Godman Slippers, ei.pi per pair at Glenn Bul! oe eos, satchels, keys, dual lt nets. fcc, at J. A. Dysart vV I >'-. ? rn, mid? dlings, chirk : al at J L. Bo>er ft Co*a. un, harness oil, ? ale oil an., i | tl J. A. Dj sail ft Oo'i There e/ill ; sd ? I Ai i ai > in the V. M. C, \. KM - \v The iist church, cn Church st re-*. I by alinf te. Good count ll be taken in i tohai ge . at A. Lilli - tf Yi w mat! . ?? lo Glenn Locke's, 10c, I2f0, 15c, 3 - and 30c vard. 1 1 c c F I I I I I t I ; Meters. Hollie & Dosh I traded with Mr. W. W. Logan to ?reel another house in the western part of toa Hw John Spa: IS whid led for Wo tdatock on M i ti as c . I the dale and chanted their route. The Vi Co., art ?rca 122 feet a: Hon. M L. v s Sup] Co ,*#ill furnish you your building material cheaper than any otb in the ? heir prices before | lag youi - ?., occupied by Dr. J. 1 Triplet! - 'ted ?p fri Si I Union, ?.?out 'he Pe* A larg - % ' and bea is, col saddle s and everyll ded for h<> - nd and for >a | J. A. IH - sart dt I o. If you backache and urinary tioub lee von should - Kidney seedy lo strengthen and build np the ki? will act properly, as a serious kidney Iroul velop. Wi tot. Hanfoi . tm of Myrrh for galls, raw so strains, st wounds. &C faction, the turned. K->r mle by J. A. Dysart vV Co. Put your Bavin?* in the Saving* Department i I E .'nandoah Valley Loan k Trust Co., Woodstock, Va., at 3 per cent, compound interest Amounts of $1.<X) and upward renell ed. The only savings institution iD the county for the accumulation of ta? sman sa I laboring men, wo? men and childre- tf After a tl ree-days trim, J. W. Sho? . with forgers on ?ix eonnts tied by a j on Saturday, lt w ,i that I ? eared various checks in settlement of his father's estate. The pai*< - proved to have been tanii>en-d with, but guilt could not Ive fixed upon Showait 1'irr.j.les, bloter.??>. rough, shijy skin are frofl BlOmaoh. A Simple and no vcr failing Ona tba- lear, health\ corop pure blood, perfect di? on, is Hollian r's Rocky Mountain Tea. Borpriae yonrealf. Tea or Tab? lets. SBotnta. Schmitt's Drugstore. Build up > rhole body, i late* the bow eic, elee , aids digestion, makes you well from bead t. . Bt'evnat Mou: a will d ^.rinjj ; '? cents, Schmitt's Drug Store. / Had a Narrow fLscape. fire Taareday Dight ooaenateeol] deearo/ed Ha Availing of Mrs. Sara! AsaWoaa, three sal i : of Stras burg, Th** fir*. whieh had a roysterioui origin, had enveloped the front of th< building before it was discovered, an faV family had no time to save any arable cash money wa: humed. Mrs. Ambrose, woman 8 yeera old. would have perished b being caught by th. laanes as sh opened a door, had she not beer, and carried tr a point of safety. Few Farms For Sale. There are few farms for sale, i this sec'ion. Our farmers are so wc pleased with their homes in the She andoah Valley that few are willing offer toem for sale. There seems be a number of ready pu relies* all farms that are on the market. Tri is an indication that the Shenandoi Valley ia as much entitled to I designation, "God's Country,'' as section of tire I nited States. TORIA. >lto Kins tai Han Always Baaj aaa fr -ev NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. ?:o:? We auk m-:ndini; ott statk.m. ?o suhscuii;i:rs who ake indebted-j X) THIS OFFICE, SOME ACCOUNTS ARE gDCl WHICH W1TX BE PLAC? ID IN THE HANDS OF AN ATTORNEY IN MAY THE FIRST. THE POST OH i< 1: ?EPARTMP.IsT UMQ/OWMM al? ITHI.hll am Ol WWOOJt PAPBfta TO OOIXSOT lLL SUBSCKiriloNs DUE one year. I Rja pBOSiPT ATTKNTION IS REQUEST :d. SHENANDOAH HERALD. PERSONALS. Mis. alary Gorden is visiting Mr. nd Mis. H.. T, Johnson. Mrs. Doney, of Md., is visiting ht; Uter, Mrs. D. D. Carter. A. G. Wyntoon, K><p, of Charles ftlWO is visiiiug his Bloter, Mrs. l>. D. i; ter. V -- Lula Hupp, of Strasburg '*? pending thia week with Mr. Bud ll and family. Mra. E 1' Gebhart, of New York, iMted Mrs. Annie Walker the last of aM week, and the first of this week. Kev. VT. H. Darbie and f ami ley left rYodneedi . ?norning for Lnray arbere I ill a ake their fut mr home. Mra. Laura Perry and daughter .' ia Lula Perry, attended the funeral f Mrs. Perry's slater, Mrs. 'elizabeth ?'. Ferry, al Luray hist Sunday. Mr. Harry dower, of near .Tadwyn. vii Monday morning for thc Ka item Nhore of Virginia where he has ac a position. M.-. B. E. Sager and Miss Virgie \*\M'6 guests of Mr. M. M. Hmlorff and family el Grande, the [rsl "f Ibis ? Rhodes G. Miley. of Sharon, Pa.. \ b\. W. B. and G. K. Miley. of jvnonbor*;, V?., are visiting their afr. and Mrs Geo. Miles. Miaa Alice Bowman who baa been eachlng in Warren county, returru-d o her home in this place Wednesday if ter a very successful school term. Misses Genevieve Kerfoot, of Kear ^ Ile and Julia and Virginia Ihinehart and Louise Anna Snub"*. >f Bbepherdetown, visited Dr .1 Mrs. P. 1) StepheOBOO, on North h street. The many friends of Mr. Joseph Cell ay, in this pl ac*1, were sorry to urn thal bc met with a severe aeci ti the B. A O. Railroad by fali? to from a car. He was taken to his tome, in Brunswick, Md. Hialnjnriea rare very painful, but at last reports asides d serious. Harrison C Haas Dead Harrison C. Baae, a Dall ve ol Wood? stock, died at his residence, on Lost Bardy county. W. Va., last Sunday, Bl fears, lb- was a , r of the late Isaac. Baan, of this Por many years he was an active nembei of the Methodist church. Jil? in il! health for some time ith. Ile is survived by wife and Ave . John J.. Chs [arrison, Cia1 id Frank Hana, md live di ... - lames Sarah /amer, Lula Hepner, Ella Oodlove, hristmao and Miss Jnlia Haas, His funeral took place on la>t Mon lay. Rev. Geo- W. Finley, D. D-, Died at Staunton last Friday Rev, G. W. Finley, Peetor of Tink Spring church died at Staunton :i-t Friday. Dr. Finley waa a promi? nent minister of tb*' Presbyterian ?nurch. for a number of years. Hr was a gallant Confederate sol? dier and was me of the three men that rros>ed Ibe Federal breastworks at Gettysburg, lb- was contined il a prisoner of war for some months and *ards om- of the Ooo who IO cruelly placed under th*- tire ,r. derate (runs at Fort Pulaski and Morris Island, and subjected fo such treatment as will ever be remero hered as a lasting disgrace of Ibe Federal sjovernment. His body was buried at Tinkling spring Church last Saturday. Rev. H. W. Burrus Dead. Ree, Harry W. B Ul astor of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church S ?utb. of Gaithersburg, Md., died fiere Tuesday of pneumonia after un M Of nine days. The dav Ol h I Iilrij seventh birthday anniversary. Mr. Burrus was born in Baltimore and was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Burrus, 1022 West Lombard He bad been in the ministry for the leal 12 years and aral I gradu ate of EUndolpb-Maoon Colli Bait. Sun. Mr. Burras arae well known in kbit place where he assisted Kev. EL ll er in a protracted meeting las (>cto' Church Notes. Ti,* Holy Communion will b d in the Reformed < burch a Conleville < n next Sunday morning I il o'eloek. Pwparaaory Berrica oi rday before at 2J0 o'clock. 13 Dttaler. ? usual services were held in th Reformed, Lutheran, Methodist. Prc b nan and Episcopal churchei Sunday morning and night. Re?. H. af. Oaaler will preach i j Pugh's Hun Sunday afternoon at _ I o'flock, I). V. In Funk Bush. Miss Kdna Bush, daughter of (ha K. Bush, was married Wednesd: night to Mr. Granville Funk, of ne Strasburg. Tbe wedding took pla at the home of the bride, and Kider B. Mclnturff. of the Baptist churc officiated. i Confederate Veterans u* a meetini of Steoaaaloab Cai ir. V. will beheld on Saturdi May 1st at .i p. m. By order ol .Ino. ii Gkaiujx, Com G. W. Milky. Atlj't. to In ur us Ba? hs is n County Superintendent \\ Get $1000 00 At a meeting of the Shcnand* School Board iMonday the salary County Superintendent of atobo was ral?ed fros 0050.00 to I KKK). comply with the new acoool law. Odd Fellows 90th Birthday. Tuesday was the Doth birthday of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in America, and was littingly cele? brated by Ashby Lodge, No. 81 of this j place in the Ba~gelt building on Court j street, Tuesday night. Appropriate i addresses were made by Rev. J. S. | Hartman, of this plane, and Mr. Geo. W . liing, of Shenandoah Lodge, Ho. 62, of Kdinburg. Refreshments were served to OfOT one hundred Odd Fel* lows and their guests. The music was furnished by the colored QrohoitlB Aabby Lodge is in a nourishing con? dition, it has 84 members and was or? ganized in Is I. The Arel lodge of odd Fellows In the Knited States was instituted in Rainmore 00 yean ago bi Bee nen who had been mamben of the order in laidland. The Order now has 28,000 lodges, with about 1,900,000 Baamb in this OOUOlry. Foreign 'countries have over 1,000,000 more, and lodi] odd Fellowship is known in in my countries. odd Fell iwabip teaches fralernaliam and benevolence, and even the strenu. ons times of civil war caused no rapt* iKe between the northern and southern Benia Of die order, so firmly v Iheee cardinal |)rinciples Implanted, The order i? open for membership for any peraon of good moral character, who believes in a supreme being. It pays weekly sick benefits, eelabliehee homes for orphans and widows of mem? bers and homes for aged members ol the order, and is a lil>eral contrib in cases of special dietreee, such as the San Francisco earthquake, Gol veeloo Hood, etc. lt ananda about 15,000,000 annually and since 1890 bas spenl 1125,000,000. The one hundredth anniversary of Ibe founding of the order in America will be celebrated in Ballimore in 1919, with ilaborate ceremonies. Board of Supervisors. At a meeting1 of the Board of Super* visors of Shenandoah County bald Monday, the tax levies were fixed as follows. For county purpoaes at 25 cents on the hundred dollars. For road purpoaes ai Jo cents on the hundred dollars. For county school purposes at !'<? c?-nts on the hundred dollars. For district school purposes at 15 cents on the hundred did lars. Tbe district school levies in John* Bl ni and Madison districts were re? duced from lin to 16 cents, and rained io Lee district from 10 to 15 cents, so as to make as uniformed rate of 15 cents for all districts. The Board refused to make an\ ad" diliooal allowance for the salary of superintendent of rchoole. All members of the Board were present. List of Conveyances. J. L. Burner lo DaoIel K. Sltokiey, I in Davis district. \v. T. Williams, spl. oomr. to G o Foltz, 51 acres in Ashby district. Levi \V. Kn. isll IO B :ih < '. >iey, lot ;J7 block N<> * Strasburg. i. 1. Bly and wife to E. I-.. Barb, 24 acres in Davis district; 13700 X. J. Morgen to N. lt. Strother, house and lol in Nen Market. \V. L. Dudley lo M. M. Orndorff, i Ben - In Davis district; $177"). H. C. Burgess to lilla Kora Dida wi.-k. lots in Str?aburff? H. A. Kneisley to Wm. J. Riley, lol on Baal side of South Main street Woodstock. W.T. Williams, trus. lo W. \v. Logan, one half interest io 91 acree. Lura B. Stove11 to David S. Stover. I acres In Davis district; 9400.00. H. IL C. Sbockej to J. I. Triplet, two houses andlots In Woodstock; 93400. (!? ira of W. D. S boo! to Silas M. Baker. i\ acres tn Davis district. Marriage Licenses. Mr.-,23 to Miss-?, 21. Granville I. Funk, Y2 to Kdna F. Bush. 31. Dayden D. NesselrOde, '33 to Mrs. Balbara A. Moomaw. 28, ' John S. silvius, 25 lo Ollie Gol? la-lay, !4. Sale of Town Property. Mr. Hubert Bhoekev sold the old \\\ Ish Hotel property and tbe new residence on ftublenbera; aired to Dr. .!. I. Triplet! for 13,400. Poeeeesion of the Main street house will be given the first of October, when Dr. Triplet! will repair it nod rent it lo bia mill bands. Mr. Hugh Morrison has purchased of Major J. W. Magruder, the prop* erty, now occupied by Mr. Morrison a* pbol >:raph gallery, next to th. BBRALD Building. Mr. Morrison proposes to improve it and will have a handsome store room, on the first floor. Mr. Hugh Kneisley sold a house an< lot on South Main street to Mr. Wm Kiley. . Centenarian Dead. Morgantown, W. Va., April 2V 'ulrandraa" Lucinda Finnell died to da> at herliome here, aged 106 yean [n a fall some time ago she was s( ll injured, and since that tim ha> gradually declined * She aaa born in Shenandoah conn ty, Va. Har memory was almost Dei feet till the time of her (leah. Surviving are S childreo, 14 'gram children, 21 great-grandchildren, ac 14 great-great-grandchildren. "j Sn) Islander . narr attauerd i | tia bi , f 1 fl . ? l'a- biri ? s lum y. altboni , ,, iin.l Intol i in all deaths and buri; I;, i |n tbe more nu'.red i i. I ly dlecoarafli d , , ii hi said ?'? tin- ?m-.. ui f ?? Ina: r ij of Ibe ON I .In" 1 '.<i .' lute i a*tiers if lill ,|" ?* . . : he !' u ?? i<? arr denhten* al a neighbor! >ah i ? el mt i of t cd iiniii Hu* net i salty "f nea ,0is ? < lei j iii? ii ami s!i<>\\ tlieir reef) , fer r <* ???-?ed bf ?*e?|.|y eatiutf h. ?National Magazine. W C. T. U CONVENTION The Bl Couuty Convention of the vV. C. T. I'., Rockingham and Shen loah counties, met according to ap )ointment at Mt. Jackson, Va., on the J4th inst, at 9.30 a. m., president afro. .aura Hedrick, of Dayton lathe chair, devotional exercises conducted by the lev. j. I). Bamaker. of strasburg, fhe address of welcome by the Ref. Ar. K. Millee, of the Methodist chureh, vas presented in well chosen words, ind was ritingly responded to by Mrs. L T. Windileld, of Harrisonburg, and di>. Rexroade, of Dalton ( raring to the permanent removal of he corresponding I J, Miss .uly Kvans of Mt. Jackson, was sleeted to lill the vacancy. The re Karl of the recording secretary Mrs. I. K. Riibush. of Dayton, was read md approved. It showed all the de cirtments of the work in exec'lent con iition. The newly elected correspond ng secretary read her predeceeeOr's innual repent which was accepted. The Treasurer's rapoti -honed all lebts paid and a handsome balance in hand. The variona dspartmenls of the or gari/'ation are, tbe circulating of iterature, BOlentifle tesnperonee in? struction, unfermented wine at tbe Lord's table, temperance lessons in Sunday-schools, nu dal contests, loyal letnperace legions among the youtig ?eople and are some of tbe channels ihrough which the organization works. The reports on lhasa several de? triments, revealed commendable z?-al ind encouraging progress along all linea. The delegates were splendidly en? tertained by the local union at dinner ind supper. In addition to the bountiful repast, srbicfa was enjoyed i)y all. a social hour waa moat happily ind profitably spent. The mealing rhllel not largely attended, iras :haracterized by promptness in dis? patch of Duella bs Encouraging reports, harmonious ipirit, ami a determination to ; ki the good acrk pervaded all hearta. Delegates aero appointed t<? bear rreetinga ol the Hi County Conven* ion, to the Anti Saloon League vhieb meeta at Woods! eic, May 29th, ind the o ^responding a I i natrueted, t<> write assurance to the ? - len! of tie- Anti-Saloon L i laauriog them of their sympathy ami rapport, in ibe on norning contact at larrisonburg. After short adi by the lev. W. E. Miller, n Ditsier, and .1. D, lamaker, on motion th.- meeting onrned, to meet at Barriaonburg in Septemb- . ! POTOMAC CONFERENCE TO MEET AT HAMBURG. The spring Convention of tie Ho ???n-ie Conference, of th"* Vir_- .. i ? held at Bethel F.\ an? gelical Lntherao Church, Semi Va,. Kev. M. Lather fan.ip, Pa llb to 61 . : PROGRAM. Tuesday. 7.45 p.m. Opening Sermon by Hr. H.CB t, Presld< 9.00 a. m. Formal opening. Eleporls on stat*- (?f the Church. Miscellaneous Buain< ia, ll.ivi a. Wi Holy Communioi B mon bj Rev. E.A. R (Conference collection. 1.00 j?. m. I Mee laaioo <?f Top. ? The M? ans of < Irace*'? Ran Hrs. G. 8. Bowers and J. A. Sr.wier. "What and Where is the (.burch ".'" RCTB. J. A HutTard and W. J. D. Soberer. ~.\~> p. m. Sermon hy Rev. Peter Mill Tlmrsda v. 9.00 a.m. Quaitloa: "What Makes and Marks a Christian '.'" -Uevs. J. M. Tiaeaad a. M. Smith, a. m. Sermon DJ lie v. \V. .1. Smith. 1 .*m? p. m. Qneetlon : "How Shall We Reetoi triginal Preparatory Service ??? ?Bora Dr. L. L. Smith and C. Vf" . Cassell. N'oTT.. All speakers, unable to be recent, will please provide substi* lutes. Also, all ministers, delagatf B, and visitors will be met at How man's. Hlease notify the pastor, at Mt. Jack? son, Va , upon what train you will arrive. The pun-base of a Hallet V Davis means Plano satisfaction. During your entire lifetime you will be abso? lutely satisfied with your choice Those who have given these pianos loDg and continued use are unquali? fied in their praise of the permanent satisfaction they give. Tba preference for the Hallet <k Davis is fully evi? denced by the large number of piano? taken on ClchaoOC basis toward tia purchase of a new Hallet A Davis The surest way to obtain permanenl satisfaction is to purchase a Hallet A Davis in the beginning. Not onl; will it give you the best service bu always represents a higher lotrinsl value because its musical quali^e will be more lasting. Louis Mollenhaner Conservator of Music, Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. B, ll Hallet * Davis Piano Co. Allow me to express my entire Bath faction and approval for all that i good in a piano, for the Hallet . Davis 1'iano. The upright that feed and bought at yourwareroon to use certainly equals all the hig grade pianos and excels som< youri truly, Louis Mollenaner. This is merely one of the mam BjQ vineing endorsements on the factoi files, and they keep paning all tl time. Beautifully illustrated catalo; will 1m- mailed you free, write for today. A. ii. Shaver A Bro. Ge*9] Agt> for Valley, Maurertown, V Agents Wanted. Offal Intention, Demand and si in every home. If, a div. For pi ticulars, address, J, M. Whit-mirk. Apr. 23?M pd. Hockiogham, \ Byrd Liquor Law Gets a Black Eye. Judge T. N. Haas, prettdSng in Circuit Court of Rockingham county, Friday, rendered an opine. : which gave a black eye to the Byrd 1 j nor law as previously construed by magistrates. He held that th I word 'dispose," as need In the statute in jonnection with a prohibition against selling ardent spirits to an habitual Jrunkard. does not prohibit the gift] af liquor to an habitual. Thedeeieioa was rendered in the ?ase of the Commonwealth i ?>? Frank ("Dusty"") Strother, which came up >n appeal from the action of Magis? trate Points, who tined Strother 150 forgiving a drink of whisky to Joe Willis, an alleged habitual. The fanes on appeal were agreed and there was no queetioo before tbe Circuit douri except one of construction. In passing on tbe question Judge Haas said in substance that Strother was Charged with nothing mon- nor leal than giving a drink of liquor BO an habitual drunkard. The law does not prohibit this, he said. It pro? hibits the selling or disposing of ardent spirits to an habitual drunkard in the nouna of business by persons having ISoenee and by social clubs, but the prohibition does not extend to the treating of an habitual by another person The language of tbe el auder which the case at bar arose. said Judge Haas, is, "Nor shall any person, timi, association or corpora? tion, sell or dispose of ardent spirit] of any description to an habitual drunkard, or in any local option or no license territory." It was appan nt, tba Court heidi thal if the prohibition of this clause extended to thc private gift of a drink of ardent spirits to ar habitual drunkard it also extended to the gift of a similar drink in no lloonae territory by one person to any other K m. ? Harrisonburg Newe. Massanutten Academy. That the baseball team of M. A. isa winner anal proven last veek ahen the boys Crossed bats with three of the !>. >t prep school ' >l Pennsylva? nia, returttioj* home with two victorias out of three games played, and loelog only by a small margin to Mercers burg Academy, which is admitted to be OOftOl the \( ading prep schools in the country. Hain spoiled the plea ol the trip in a measure, and ca tba cancellation of the game arith the Indiana at Cai ouch to the regret of the whole team, for an Indian scalp - iranled moe! ol all. The Ural fame, that arith Mei burg, resulted in a victorj for the home team, 5 tO -. but only after M \. Lave the Mercersburg boys i hard light. Had it not been for an error in the Bret inning irhich nett??i J run^ for wrsbnrg, the score would hove been a tie. < astle pitched a | gaeje and the leam a> a nhole 0| the eyee of the afercereburg st irg lias won from the In . 'i to I. and playi C. of Pl Princeton teama, winning from Prince? ton twice within the leal two years, ?idly the Massanutten boys otu! of tb ir work in tl. I AtConvrej Hall, Carlisle, Pa., the 5 to 2 In favor ol M. A. losl titi- J result invited slderable respect for hfaeaanutten. Some of the Indians witnessed this and possibly thought lt was BOO net lo plaj the a< st day. altho th -bone in ? _ after a * of ruin during the morning and :;<> >n ho At I r the boys had a 0 ilk ranklin and Mai ? n,\ 16 to 2. < '? v, r plaj lng did the wmk. Football might have told another story for F. and M. was heavier than ll. A., bul In base ball a different skill is called into u>e. The boj - iplendidly at - the] visited and can not jhlj of the attention and talnment they received With the exception of the rain tie trip thoroughly enjoyable and profitable one, and added new laurels n> athletics at afaaaanutten. On Saturday morning Maj Ur. ;it 10o'clock, thal am from Shenandoah Collegiate inatitute, Dayton, Va., aili be arith us and play against us. The eipected visitors have e stroog lean sn i a goo I fame aili doubtless follow, "ld Rather Die, Doctor, than have BJ f? et cut off," said M. L .; _baai, of Princeville, 111., "bu you ll die from gangrene (which bat . away Bight toes) if yoe don't,' said nil doctors. Instead-he maa Buoklen'a Arnica Salve till wooli' cured, its cures of Benama, rV?( Sores, dotla, Burns and Pileeaelouw th< world -">c. at Walton & Sir.oot. Notice. During my abeeoOS "n bustnis*, ni store will be in charge of I resp t clark arhowillgive your wants, th c beat attention. Repair work will be forwarded to rr in Philadelphia and have my persoui attention and he returned to my stn (..? d reel to patroQ at mj expene _e?. mo lerale *^ al a Up n hiv return I ?'hall !??? pre loglte bdt<r vunv tnan ever .md preecriblngand ftttfi , il fl eases Oreo <ine band a: o\- : ring and repairing. \ mb and elegaat goods nea now b hu.' added ld mj stock ol Jewelry .ii ls suitable tor wedding yifN. look through my stock will l>e to yo int-rest in several respeote. Wm. Kline, Jewah i had (tpttd Woodstock. V \ For Sale. Hilfacre lot, with a good fr i dwelling house, 4 rooms, all pla a >*.,. I Dellar, water convenient, good inananr Kitchen attached dwelling ard all n c Beear? ont bul ings. All have good metal roofs good fruit on lot. applet, pears cherries and ^rspen, n?ar Woodst Va. Apply to '? j. n. davis & a iii ar $100 Offered For July Wheat. Any Page county farmer can his July wheat for $1.00 a bushel. A. L. Jamison, of Luray, has already bought over 10,000 bushels at that price. Many of the largest farmers of the county, especially along the Hawksbill and In afaaaanutten, have sold to him at $1.0tf a bushel. Among Awn ere Lea Long, Julians. Price M. W. Yates, and a host of others. I of 500 bushels, lOOO bushels and upward have been purchased. Wheat !nust be delivered on or before July 27th. Mr. Jamieon represents strong interests and is still buying. Hail papers report considerable buying oi July w.Vat from farmers In other lion.?i'iLr'- Vows. Must Pay Poll-Tax Before Sat? urday Livening. In order to qualify to vote in tbe June primary and the November i Hon all eligibles must have ibeli names on tho voting list before close ol thia areek. Tbe list-, ore being compiled by tba Bounty treaeurera, v/ho wilt receive poll taxes for 1908, the time limit bx pi ring Satur lay. Going Straight Ahead. The report has gone out that there's n<> oilier drug; store in this section of the country to compare with ours. Its central location, its superb equipment, its excellent corps of clerks its accommo<l a ting methods and its superi? ority lo every line, draw the trade to it. I lu less you have been here you i\o not know what ad? vantages are tn store for you herc. We are going straight ahead in kl] things that make for universal satisfac? tion in a drug store. SCHMITT'S DRUG STORE, TH! STOKE POB QUALITY, \V< )OI)S T< xix. - VA. < I aden Seeds, Hooks to H"nt, 1 I "1 EYE HEADACHES Many i miler tn m tea eauaed by Eye Von may - ?? right, your Eyes maj not pain \ on. yet, because of a something lacking which prop lt< (Hasses alon- (Pp!) ? JfOn con? tinue to tuner. lt won't anything to whether your eyea are de? fective or not. and if they G asl I Ute Can Fit the Proper Ones. Our price! are very reason? able and .ve GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. BARGELT, The Reliable Jeweler and Optician. WOODSTOCK, - - VA. WATCH WORK AND HAND ENGRAVING 7-: ne af, I lo Id Ms, ia, aa, Moving Pictures Every Night AT THE RINK We will give a Moving Pict? ure Entertainment every night. Only the best films on the market used. An evening oi pleasure is guaranteed. Come and ste A GARRETT CARTER Manager lt Ice Cream Constantly on hand at the BaeeleioH freemen Wood? stock, I WA. KT. I RI AM AND h i-:s Ol *RAM HEED ITU l*avft yoat arden tor Sunda tan i "ty, at ilMM ,\ Brno l's Drug Store Oar ico plant is now in operation. A. W. NICODKMU8 A 6<?N>. Woodstock. Va. Feb. Il 1 yiu p '?The Mattress of the present and the future'1 Ostermoore Brery otter maltreat io the aorld rPFED? hair, cotton or feat! ^d in at the *.d of ? tick. That's why lumps and holes looa cauf less nights. F^chOSTEHM(X)R is built?ned stuffed. Handlaid sheets of downy softness, each full size, are carefully built within the tick, lt is vermin-proof. An occasional sunbath is all that it requites. Tbe tick can l>e taken off and washed when soiled. $15 I . A | > I ?? IS I'j'paid Our books, "The Test of Send For Free 144 Pa?C Book Time.'not only treat exhaust hely il;*- mattre 'ion, but ^feM: ? - ? with . ires < ?> ; BftM<?>R i and Pi Hom lor Win Seat-. C(>/.\ I ? chea snd Baaj < bali s. L/OOK Ol T ! I" alert are - ll the "just ii A.gh ti ,h?- r OR" and our trade mark ls Mat:. .vv check is re . - . I 8 loch .ll.To .13.35 bi.15.00 feet 3inchei - leCbargei In two | irt^. 50 ra. Special -e/.?-^ at special .Ostermoor & Co., 114 Elizabeth Street. NhW YOKK. \ "BANK MONEY ORDERS, J are safe, convenient, economical f 9 Cost Less than Post Office or Express Orders. Payable at any bank in the United States. Ash lui our rate card mid compare prices SHENANDOAH NATIONAL BANK. . r. rn ?. Start To-day v i * li a bott! ? ur Sarsaparilla Compound. It will t)iirify the M.I ano build up tin - m in fjfenerali thereby enabling it t?> overcome any disease genni bich it is so susceptible at thi> season of the year. The Large and Increasing' demand foi this preparation is the best proof as to its merits. Regular $1.00 size for 50c. WALTON & SMOOT, "THE DRUGGIST8" MAGAZINES, FINE CANDIES, CIGARS, HESS1 STOCK FOOD THE BEST. fr" !?!!? ? ?11^ When You Dress, Dress in Style. You furnish the form and I will furnish the clothes Made right, Fined right and at right pri> The Spring Fashions Call for Fabrics such as London Smoke, Olive and Drab. I haw them id all of the shades a discriminat? ing dresser would desire. The very latest Spring st vhs and New \ork paterns. Whatever you buy here is bought under a strict guarantee. Satisfaction is mr motto. J. R. MILLER, THE TAILOR, Opp. Post Ofl WOODSTOCK. VA. S\ f GEARY HOTEL ! LIVERY Having purchased the Geary Hotel Livery, I solicit your patronage, assuring you tktt you will always get a good, safe and reliable team when hiring here. Horses boarded by the month at reasonable prices. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN. YOURS RESPECTFULLY JOHN Es BEMIS. WOODSTOCK, VA.