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SHENANDOAH HERA! P WOODS i i H K, VA. FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910. Entered at the Post Ottice, at Wood? stock, Va., a? second-class matter. SHENANDOAH VALLEY LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. WOODSTOCK. VIRGINIA. -:o: Money loaned at ?> per cent, on real estate or Rood collateral security. "laving! deposits received ls sums ol $l.o.? or over, and internal allowed on sam?. For particulars addrees th<* Onsn*> 1140.1 g\ its horne oHice, or call on J. W. Kheri y, (Mraabur| ; O. W. Win? dle, Edinburg' V. 8. Pennybac Mt. Jackson ; or S. H. Hoover, Nen Market, Va. Commencement al Massanutten Kcxt Week. Commencement exeieleea ol Ma?-?u:utten Aondetny will begin propc n on Band nj evening, when ? aennon will be id to tile students in St. Paul's R formed church, bv Dr. John s 3 shr, of Franklin acu Mar-shall Col? lege. The procession from the school will star; at 7.30 p. m. Oa Monday night. In Lantz Has I, theme S nior (.'lass will give a play -entitled "Escaped rVcni tVi This is a drama of int*r . i intiona, covering a plot thal i I hold the curiosity until the end. 11 al :ur play and will be ren? dered well. Thia lathe only exercise k for which an admission charged. Tickets nan be found j at S tl's Dmg Store. The other let f ? t> fol 1 m A. M. Oratorical con t rsl i?wh il button of medals Ttl ive medals to be won. aaa lay Exerciaee-?Senior fi i'. M bj rauale atudents Wedneeda; 8 I*. M Commeneement - - ' > btions by n - * I *?? graduating elana, and con .- of diolomaa. Thuradaj evening?Reception to the sting clv*. - - board i aa will meet on M today a m nt two o'clock. rtani .?.:? ri will be under con - .''ration. Many friends of Massa? nutten will attend the commencement ttl i arge number of vialton eted. In all, it promlaea to I e the most interesting exercise we shall have had. Its al L eke'a. - reek bnrgaini at Met/. a hats 1.96 at Metzger'a. lot bim: . buy your twine Yanneri lon. for a good suit - k. I am selling country Glenn Cult Look over . Farmers Union. _- i...: shoe > to suit all at G. rera, cream freezers, .:ato^*9. Farmers' I'nion. i of K. of P, will i mbvrg, next yoar. WANT trpentera W. ti. Murdock, Wood? ya. hinder tongue sup i sate jour boreen. Farmers' m. I kid Fellows will hold .: nual reunion at Edinburg on j June 11th. mt ta lb., cabbage 4c lb. urfi lite 10c. pine ap sl I am paying ".'nc lb. for haras, 16o lb. for lard, side and shoulder, 35olb. ibix, r>o lb. for old hens. I Graded and High B . I nen! Thursday, June : with appropriate1 ngefeiioc in the ml building at ni^ht. Washington Tost endurance run. composing of about 00 auto i will pass through Woodstock tween 12 90 and 2 o'clock. The Ladies oi the Eplaoopal church wil . Strawberry and Ice Cv Friday and Saturday night-, ?n I building of Capt. Koontz on Main it H. V. Hailey the veteran straw ? r, la bringing into town ihe : i ^t ?tia*berries ever brought ii market. They are for'sale t\ Sager k Bro'l grocery. Dr. A II. Mooro. eye specialist, of ;i. I). C., will l>e in Wood? s' -. Monday. May Moth, office in i ravel mr k Bauserman Huiiding tnt Valley Saving Hank. Rev. Addison Weller who preached in 1--.1 on the Methodist circuit, in ^ county, eitending from Wood w Market dit*d at his home .ore on the 17th inst., aged irs. Abraham Bushong, aged 0 years and dj -mp*** far'^r llv.m? three miles east of Timbervllle, died day afternoon at 12.30 o'clock at ..lenee. His death was due to pneumonia, OOPPUOtlrt Wlth ** intirmities of old age. The light of the moon haa prevented a clear view of the comet which Mrs appeared in the western heavens last Saturday oight. The total lunar eclipse on Monday night partly re? paid the star gaaer. for their dlaap pointmcnt in the appearance of fee comet, rnfortunnmly for them t ' eomet aet on Monday nUfbt fifi.- ? minutes before the lunar eclipse. ._i: ?, Str.ok.ii suddenly wnue ?" ? services in tbe Lutheran Church at Steans City, ???* Uft?'f?vr5" ,1,-ed marchant tailor, ^ed-hortlja* ter resehiM nome Sunday. He wm 83 year. old. and during ths C.-ll War made clothe, lor Confederate Midlers. He leave, e eldo*, former? ly Mi.. Catherin. Hepner, of Shena*, doab county; two .on. SS* four daughters. mmmmm_ Mew KidneT'rill. ?*? antiseptic, U.l.Ur-.torativeanaJ.pro^ corrective of all ur**'' 1"W"1*"?!'1' Befuw eubetitu?M. 8ebo.?tt'e Drur fMuvm ? PERSONALS. Mr. M. W. Magruder was in Stras? burg last Saturday on business. Dr. J. H. Smoot and daughter visit? ed Harrisonburg last Wednesday. Miss Mary Bennett, of Hagers town, is visiting thc family of Dr. H. H. Irwin. Mr. Leo Geary has accepted a posi? tion with Sipe and Harris at Har? risonburg. Mra, W. L. Pierce and daughter, U ii Nancy, are sanding a few days in Winchester. Dr. J. c. Bowman was called to Rockingham county Monday by the d -alb of bia father. M s. Brockenurau^h hal returned to hir home ic- Lexington after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Paxton. Mt^ Herbert Trotter ar.d two chil? dren, are visiting her sister, Mr* Hum1, In Ora nge county. Rev. J. P. Hamer, of Middlebrook, spent several days last week with Mr J. W. Dingledine and family. MU* Julia A )?*n has returned to h* v ii >me after several months visit to ber children in the south ia Freddie Hottel visited ber lleter, Mrs. Hoot. Riddleberger and amity ia Strasiu^g last week. Mien Georg'e ott has returned to her home in Washington aft. r several weeks visit with Miss Annie Clower. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Dodson, of Lindtn, spent several days tirst of the week wiih Mr. EL E.fHlcy and family. Miss Helen Newman, accompanied by her friend Miss Elizabeth Duncan and Mr. Houston Newman are at Orkney. Meaare. G. W. Miley and'Hubert Art/., attended the International Sun? day Behool Convention in Washing ton, Mr. and Mrs Ferry Miller and t*on Pani, who have been visiting rela? tives in Manassas, returned home last Monday. Mra. W B. French and children have been spending sometime with her parents at Manassas. and with friends in Washington. Mrs. Kima Fowle. of Washington, and Mrs. Fra nc; s Birds of Mt. Jack son were visitiug friends in Wood* stock, this week. Mr, C. W. Bushong, Manager of the Strasburg Manufacturing Co. and sister Miss Lula Bushong, were in Woodatock, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Payne, Mini May Vavne and Mr. Wi rt Bird, of Mt. Jackson, vere guests of Mr. Herbert Trotter, Sunday. Miss Nettie Kueisley who has been visiting her brother, Mr. Charles L. Kneisley and family in Strasburg re? turned to her home last Monday. Mrs. Joseph Moffett returned from Baltimore, where she underwent an nnprstirtn for annondicitls. last W> - tad ay, and is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. dearing ?turned Tuesday night from the iternatlonal Sunday School Con *ntion which was in session in Wash igton. Hon M. L. Walton, Messrs. P. F. eer and J. Grove Kneisley. are in ynchburg this we?*k attending the 'irginin Grand Lodge Knights of 'ythia> ? John P Kilham, retired con uctor of th?* B. k o. R, l\. was in Voodstock. Thursday and met many riends who were glad to travel on his rains in days gone by. Miss Margaret Vance Hoffman, laughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Hoffman, of this pince, graduated in Pianoforte at the Woman's College, Frederick, Md., this week. Hon. and Mrs. M. L. Walton re t irned from Ashville, N. C, where Mr. W. had been attending th?- iee* sion of the Gen. Conference, of the M. E. Church, South, last Saturday. C. P. Irwin, of Woodstock, Va., has accepted a position as assistant drug clerk at the Ouyan Drug Store. Mr. Trwin is an experienced phar? macist and a courteous and pleasant gentleman, and we gladly welcome him to our city.?Logad, W. Va., Banner. Social Lyents. Miss Annie Lacy Clower delightful y "?itertained at progressive ?'Forty two" last Saturday afternoon at her borne on north Main street in honor [>f her house guest, Miss Georgi** Ott, of Washington. The parlors vere beautifully de-orated in roses. Miss Jean Paxton won tirst prize two Japanese picture, the consolation ] prize ol a bunch of white roses went to Miss Cary Funkhouser. At the conclusion of the game a delightful luncheon was served to the following guest-.: Misses Arlene vValker, Lucy Boyer, Alice Coffman- Gertrude and Carrie Pence, Natalie Gatewood, Sudie and Beatie Bett, Susie Jeffries, Gt*oe and and Rebecca Paxton. Jen D. Wheat, Mudi-v. Gertrude and Cars Funkhouser. Nell Logan Kliza b<-th Newton, Margaret Bowman, K'eanor Grabill, Lula Magruder. Mrts laussel Boyer and Mrs. Stuait Howard, of Lynchburg. Misses Ma<:. I nude and Cary Funkhouser, Meetr* John JolliiTe, of Frederick county, Tom Magruder and prank (irabill, of thia place are at? tending a week-end house party given by Mr. and Mrs. f\, l\. Hunker of Wt. Jack st ,n Thc Wattie Pitman entertained tit Tuesday Cluh, Tuesday night. This was the last meeting of th** club until lau. A Narrow Escape* Mr and Mrs. Landon Stickley, formirlv of thia place, were in Bar num an*d Bailey's Circus, at Schen? ectady, Rs Y., when the tent caught fire Notwithstanding the tent waa crowded all escaped with only a few bmlttt. . , , j Mrs Stickley found a lady in front of her with two small children who were in danger of being trampled. | Mrs Stickley carried one and the njotber the other and all eec- ped without injury, 1 MUNICIPAL Off ICES IN SHEN ANDOAH COUNTY. The following candidates for Mu? nicipal office* in New Market. Mt. Jackson, Kdinburg, and Strasburg have been tiled with county clerk Wunder, 'JO days prior to the election on Tuesday. June 14th, as required by law. No other names will ap? pear on the ballots: New Mirket, For Mayor?Jos. M. Myers, (has. W. Cushman. For (fi) Councilmen?OlU B. Theis. C. H. Moore, J. W. Roberto, B. B. O'Ronke, J. K. Wicket, Wm. F. Driver, Jacob C. trim, Elmer W. Rice, H. D. Grabill. o. H. Hankel, S. li. Arehart. Mt. Jackson: For Mayor-.l. H. DOWDCJ (has. A. H. Moor*'. For fi) Councilmen?W. H. Ruby,! F. E Brill, J. H. Clem, C. .1. Hottel, Dr. J. B. Maphis, S. A. Moffitt. Edinburg. For Mayor?J. D. leemon, H. M. Lantz. For (0) Councilmen?Hugh Sauir, C. P. Wightman, F. C. Downey, H. O. Hisey, J. W. Santimiers, Geo. W. Ring, W. H. Murray, H. G. Swanr, J H. Whissen. Strasburg: For Mayor?C. M. Borum. For (t*?) Councilmen?C. E. Chand? ler, C. M. Chil?S, P. H. Sonnor, Jno. S. Bowman, J. W. Bbcrly, K. S. Wright. Woodstock, the County Seat, is th< only Incorporated town in the county that has Itt all Internal in Municipal affaiis lag and shows a total indifer ence as to who will be in control of Woodstock for the next two years. W. A. Anderson, Jr., Bristol, Tenn., School Supt. The board of education of Bristol. Tenn., held a meeting Monday and elected Wm. A. Anderton, Jr., ot Danville. Va., as superintendent of the city schools, to succeed Prof. S. G. Anspach, who has resi<:nded to ac? cept a position in the public schools of Lynchburg. The new supt-rintendent ls a young man. Be was graduated from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute in 1904 and has done summer work at the Cniversity of Virginia. He is a nephew-of Wm. A. Anderson, former attorney geaeral of Virginia, and a -. for several years in the achooll at Woodstock. Va., and later until re* eently superintendent of the city schools at Radford. Va. The board learned of Mr. Anderson and decided to make him an He made no formal application for the position, but was Invited to Bris? tol and elected. Be had alreadj elected to th.* position of principal of the high school at Danville, Va , and expects to ask to be relent fd io as to lorin1 to lirisioi ano ins*- op tum ?<-in tere aa tl. - nor <>f Mr. &naptch. The nen auperintendent cornea high y recommended bj the leading nui of Virginia, including Supt. Eg? [leeton ano "th**rs, and has I ? >-,ful already lu the field of edu? cation. He is from a well known fam? ily, and is nnmarried. li< ? uta to Dome to Bristol in August to prepare for the opening of tia- schools In Sep t itriber. The board of education has gone into the election of teachers for next year but the full Hst will not be given out for a few days yet.? Bristol iTenn. Herald Courier. Local Firm Receives Contract. The Town Council of Mt. Jackton awarded the contract for its irater system to Kn- isley Brothers of Wood? stock. The construction work will le nuder the supervision of H. A. Kneisley. Tiny have an ideal location for the reservoir, in the mountains east of town and springs of the purest mom - tain waler will feed it. Tba reservoir will be built of concrete and hold fi<K),000 gallons. There will be 31-4 miles of pipe line, and the mains will be six aud four inches. The reservoir will have an elevation of 169 feet, giving a pressure of 110 pounds to tie square inch Iq the town. Under favorable circumstances the work will be completed Septen her IO. Attacked by a Vicious Bull. Mr. M. V. Bmtwiller was attacked by a Polled Angus Bull, last Tues? day evening. Mr. Kmswiller had be* n knocked to the ground and the bull was gouging him, when Mr. Gets ap? peared on the scene and drove him off with a pitchfork, Mr. Kmswiller was severely bruised but fortunately was not seriously ^injured. Dr. Hoffn.an rendered surgical attention. Miss Coffman Able to be Out, Miss Naomi (oilman, the young lady who was shot seven times and M .seriously injured at Liberty Furnace, on May Bib, by her jealous love;, Perry Hottel, has so far ncovere 1 as ? KnnS *Y\a l.i.nttfi to i>e ame io wuo\ and yard. Joined the I). S. Navy. Jas. Funkhouser, don of Mr. Wm, Funkhouser, nnd Emmit! Irwin, son of Dr. Bs H. Irwin, enlisted in the V, S. Navy in Baltimore Tuesday. They left Baltimore Wednesday for Nor? folk where they will enter a training school for four months, Iwfore being assigned to a ship. forged Check. Douglass Harker formerly of this place, but now of Martinsburg, W. Va., "fas arrested in that place, .mmmmmA with fo ri? In IT tll6 Dltl Ol I ll i SI ?,???? .. .... Senator (.ray Silver, of W. V's., to a' elieck for *l"..l?i and Irving to have the same cashel. Mrs. Dolph Sweeney and Mr. Jack Peer left Wednesday evening fol Richmond to attend the funeral of their niece, the little two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wis? man who died in that city Wednes? day morning of whooping cough. Children Ory FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA i THE SOUTHERN MAY RUN TO LE.XINGJON Negotiations are in progress for the sale of the interest of the city of Baltimore in the Valley Railroad of Virginia to the Southern Railway Company. The matter will be con? sidered in conference within the naxt few days. The desire of mombcei of the City Council of Baltimore that the city should realize something from its holdings was related in The Times DlspatCb. When lb-'road Wat bulli, forty years ago, the city subscribed H.OOOlbOO ,,f the capitalatock, which U one-third of thc whole, lt has \< I i no dividends, but the original idea was not so much to get direct re? turns as t > stimulate trade bet the Valley and the Mary land city. Since, however, the receivers of the Billi moro and ohio surrendered to Iht Southern the lette of the con? necting line between Harrisonburg and Strasburg, then is a feeling that Baltimore ha* been c-t off from profi? table connection withal! oftlM Valley south of Strasburg Jnnction. lt is argued that the Southern had rather j build up Washington than Baltimore. Tuis feeling baa been tnteneined since the State Corporation Commlatlon decreed the running of a thorough passenger cuaeh between Lexingtion and Alexandria, starting on the Balli? more and ohio and being d?-livered to Um So.itbero at Qerriscmb'arg. ( i rM FKUKNI Ii A R RA N< 'KI >. With the past few davs, asa le sult of a mtnifetl detlre on the part ol leadera In the city government in favor of the ditpoaal of the stock, letters have been exchanged. A telegram from Beltimore conveyed the Infor mation that a conference has arranged between Mayor Mahool and vice-President and ("eneral Conntel and Hugh L. Bond, of the Baltimore and Ohio, toconeider the sale of tl] the internet held bv the city of Balli? more and the Baltimore and Ohio in tie-Valley Railroad to the South"in Kai I way. There is a difference of opinion, even omong the owm rs of th" stock, as to Itl tCtntl vain--. Hr. T. < '. Bettwole, Of th*- Pirat Branch ot the City Council, who baa been in>i>tent that the cltj should >e'1. thinks - OOO would not be too much for the $1,000,000 worth, while Jacob W. . one of the men who iep the city's stock on U* .rd ?f ?.ors of the Vallej Railrot . ti thal : rou ea go< d price, and bopei the Southern will le willina* to pay that much. It is nol thtt the Bo ith e-n will pay mure than it Isobliged to for the property. Its OWuCrthip is not neceaaarv to that roan, especial)* io alno t hold*. ? Its coi tinned operation is. however, vital to the Baltimore and Ohio, wi. ?: . DOt being able to control, it la arguer1, would b<- triad to set the Boutherj rn ove tbe properly. ?ucuuuuu*? m.' a iapttch, May j.'.tti. 22 HURTJN WRE.CK. ftfanaaaas, Va.. May -1 Twenty*1 ro paai iwere alightly injured n the wreck at ?"> o'clock yesterday I iternoon of a special running ta ition of pa ? ar train Ufo. ir * ed:ir Hun brid : I reen ? tt an 1 I av ito:.. Va. Tue en *ine ami ; ;i ?*> were leralled I'1,1 yards from the bridge as lit, according to tie ind fireman*a statement of miaui standing of danger signals. The wreck was th reault of a mis understanding of a danger slj which the flagman of a section tore, cia.ms to have given thsj en-jine. r ol the wrecked train. The lection men nert repairing the track, and had re? moved one rail of the track jus: a fen momenta before the wrecked train ?hs sighted Tbe section foreman claims that torpedoes were placed on lie track at regulation distance, and that hks flagman was sent back in accor? dance with these rules. The engineer stood nobly to bli l>o>t. preventing his train from being wrecked on Cedar Run bridge aid hurling the paaaengera to death In a swollen and teething stream, 10 feel below Bo says the flagman Wal ?ssflss.?lno his Uno under his arm nhtl its train, running at. 50miles tnhour, ihot past bim. This statement is COT -ol.orated bs the fireman. Four sleepers and the baggage car were wrecked. Twisted iron, broken "?ar wbeela, and bent rails were much in evidence. The track was plowed np for a dis? tance of L'UO feet. The ?-n</ine pal ted from the train scarcely 58 feet from the bridge, and was brought to I sto? on the bridge. Had the train gone the length of two coaches farther a fearful loss of life would have been jne\ Uah].-. Phieieinne from Cnlvnrton, War rentptti and other nearby towns ea\e aid t<? the injured, and all were brought Into Washington on I spe? cial traiu, arriving here last nights Washington, 1). C., May 2\. Ac i niling to a statement leaned bj the ,hief clerk of the Ott mt of the So(.th irn in thia eity la re last night, all [maaengert, including those Injnredi arrived bira tl V.30o'clock last eve? ning, aud all c -i.tinu ;.l th* ir journeys Among IhOae in til ? wreck was i aj t. Samuel i). Buck, Btcretnrj of tie Credit Men's Association of Balli? more, who sustained a JBOtlp would and had his left leg injured below the knee. Capt. Buck is a native of Punt Royal, Va., formerly residing in Winchester. He was a commander of th*** noted' 'Boom.rang" company befoie the war. Married in Oklahoma. Forrest Pritchard, of -Pocahontas enanty, end **?? Manie MolIeU Au8' ti., daughter of Br. Chas. L. Austin, carried on April JOth, 11*10, at the lair's home in Oklahoma. Afier ?peodlag about a w*ek on a bridnl tour th. y returned to Dunmore, Po cahontas county, on Tuesday of last week where they were given an ele? gant reception at the home of the srroom'a parenta.-Greenbrier W. Va. He Wants the World to Know Good Reports are Coming in From Every Direction. Many people of Woodstock and vicinity are greatly interested ir*, tl new remedy, Root Juiee, that is D being demonstrated in Walton st Smoot's drug store. It is certainly a great medicine if one can judge by the reports that tra coming from ever) direction. A number of local j>eoplc are claiming that the Bret dose of the juiee mad.- them iV.-l better. During tba natl l\ ? months the remedy has made scores of remarkable cures- ii many sections of the state and et. oonaiderabie excitempnt. Numerous testimonials similar to the following are being received tlmott daily : "I write this for publication with the hope that it will Influence those who so fifer as I did to try the great medi? cine that cured me. The wonderful It x>t Juice medicine has done so mud gOOd for me that I feel it 'my duty t< pu bl lah it to the world. I spent a life of misery for years, but thanks to Root Juice I am now freed from every ache and pain. I. like many Othore, ams very skeptical when the paper tit- st told of the mauy hundreds ol 0 ties the remedj was making. Win I tbe secientist was invited to come her* 1 thought he would be unable to prove til that was claimed for the medicine. However, I was soon convinced, as ll did wonders for several of my neigh* tort. At the time I felt that even >rgan of my budy was nearly won int. My Hver was torpid, mykidoeys were weak and my stomach was in j. horrible condition: at times it felt lik* lt had rockl in it, a great deai of ga formed and I bloated fearfully. I han ditsy weak spells frequently and was badly constipated. Mv appetite ama vr\ poor ted even In hot weather ?ny hands and feet were often cold. 1 waa using som.- kind of medicioemott ? if the the time without much benefit, nut after using Root Juice a few days 'tn tO Improve. I have used hardly six bottlee, but am feeling bet 'er that 1 have for tw.-nty years and firmly believe that I am permanently cored." -O. H. Cnmm age, R EL No. t, Lafayette, Ind. The people at Walton k Smoot's drug ll in tit .?'?ry pietttnt in ^giving Informttion lo relation to tie- remedy. It is sold ? bottle or three bottles foi 12.50. HOWL'S GREAT ILONDON SHOWS The Whole World Searched To Make its None .ind Fames World Beater. Bot - I at London Bhowi are idvettised toezhloit here Friday, icm: 3rd. It htl itt of circus il thtsbett traveling _.-ries iu Am- I let. Animals ' SB wa represented. There are real 1 i > e i, a who'." cage of them, fresh from * aa of India ? I ?ois ha . m?n) a -> naii re, am! I eat I, bab) lions and some of them n ?t bablee. There tre monkeys tode llght tn*- small boy. Those atrtngi animals, tie- water buffalo, direct tren <?ar own Philippine Islands, will be f mod In our collection. There are . Camels, buffalo, elk-. tarribOOl and many othei strange and curious animals. There ire a number of elephants, among ?hem the largest and smallest ele? phant in the kr.own wor! I. The street parade will traverse the principal Btreeta of th** city in the ?norning. In the parade will appeal about 40 cages and wagon*:, drawn bj tour, six and eight tetmt. A large caliope will play all tha l*ttet mntlc of the day. I )ne of the notice tbie features at the grounds where Howe's Shows appeal is the eourteey of the employees. Ever) one is willing and anxious thai tue spectator shall see all of it. The ihowemploys only those who know tow to be gentlemen, and particular Care to ladies and children is the first consideration of the How< manage? ment. Two performances will ne given. l>e ?innintr at 2 and B p. m.. respectively. Don't forget the date, Woodstock. Vg , Friday, June 3rd. Strawberries* Strawberries have l>een plentiful in be Woodstock market <>n Wed net? ley they were selling as low as six pian boxen for 25 cts One car Dragon Portland cement, u.e car Fairmont wall platter just received. Farmers' Union. On the way ftnothrr car Royal f.-nc . Fal mers' I nion. Children Who Are Sickly Moth.'!'* wh<> \ |] ir- t ?:? ir own QOmttSft *n ' the welfare ot tbsircbU<lrsntsb*iots1 never bs withou" a boi ol Jfotber lirav's .sweet Pow.: srs for I'hil.lren tot nae throaghosit the %c.i son. They liteak up folds. Cure Keven-li ties'*. ???'?* l?it..r,lers. Head il-Ih ..nd Stomach Troubles. THB4t TOwn-sw NEV Kt P.?1L Sol', b* nil Dr?f St >res MTJ !>?> 1*1 ? oepl any Mi*Htitut \ .? trial pac", jewill be sm! figg to any mother who viii ?4str?M Allen <<, Olmnt. d. Lt Koy. N. I . . NOTICE. Let til thOtt Wk0 have lots or ate n any way interested in the a Fairview, come with suitable 'tools next Saturday morning. May ft, to M the yard, and decorate thegraves Of departed loved ones. Those that can not bc there are expects! to na; usual fee of ldc per grav.. ii. ipeotfnllyi N kASOM \Vis\i.\y, Pres, .li ISIAH NV ISM AV BeC. k 'Vron-. Wanted. A woman to take care of and do work f?>r three cnuuren. s.r*nei?i housework. ('ood wage-*, nddveet, J. V. \i.\KsT >N\ Ma\ -?? 2t pd. VVoodstx'k, Va. WATER BONDS FOR SALE. The town of Mt. Jackton, Vs .offers to tie- highest bidder 112,000 worth of |0 \ear coupon water bonds tn denom? ination of 1600each, dated Tune I, 1910, interest pay-able semi-annually bearing 5 per cent interest. For par? ticulars communicate witt O. h. BURKES May 20?2*. Mt. Jachson, Vt. Church Notes, Comi.iunion services in the Lutheran church at Fairv'r*w, next Lord's day, at ll o'clock. W. Bs Onky, Pastor. Regular services were held in the Kpiscopal and Methodist churches last Sunday. Rev. Dr. RutTner, of Front Royal, preached in the Presbyteiian Church Sunday morning and night. He will rill the Presbyterian pulpit in this piace, two Sundsys in each month. Dr. Stephenson will preach on the fourth Sunday. Rev. D. A. C'openhaver preached io the Lutheran church last Sunday. The l'.lders and Deacons, elected by St. Tani's Reformed church, on Whit Monday, for the ensuing year, will be Installed In Offloa next Sunday morn? ing at ll o'clock. South Bend Watches are accurate io the minutest fraction of a second. They are rot effected by heat or cold: non might freest a South Html ll atch in ia without affecting Ut time-keeping 'juitiities to th? alight* tal degree. They are proof against rarlationi caused bv railway trav 1, horseback rilling, anto mobillng or any o' the many jolts and jars and bangs of every? day use. After we have regulated a South Bend Adjusted Watch to your pel-son. we. and the makers, absolute j guaranteed it to be a perfect time-keeper. South Bend Vvatcbee are made in til standard siana and styles at prices tO snit ;iny pul If you will call at any time, even if you do not intend to pur? ina watch Immediately, we will be plotted to show you our line of these watches [\ml explain to you how, througn the wonder? ful South Bend Ba ance Wheel, a south Bend Watch td ita i y temperature auto? matically. t L. Bargelt, The Reliable Jeweler and Optician. WOODSTOCK. - VIRGINIA ? a<e?as%4ese-to*e?e?e-itM Here you get What you Ask for. We ii.) not practice, or al? low to be practiced, in our BtOre, the custom of oil-ring -otu. thing else" on which there may be a large profit and really be a better arti when you cali for a certain thing. We hand out the ex? act thing called for without remtrkt unless nsked for our opinion, and then we give it honestly. Wc do not try to sell any goods that are not wanted by the customer. We prefer to build up our bu*i neas?and are building it no by satisfied customers. Tome and let us serve you. SCHMITT'S DRUG STORE, Woodstock, Virginia. Corn Salve, Headache Wafers, Blood Tonic all guaranteed. I Uoe??a)ene-ns??n ema* ?+?*>%+ Approved By Uncle Sam When theUnitedStatesGovern ment puts its "O.K." on any? thing, you can be sure it's timm. Not only the United States Government, but the United States Weather Bureau, the Na? tional Board of Underwriters, and the best scientific authorities, have all approved Pure Soft Copper Cable as the most efficient lightning; conduc? tor. Only pure, soft, Lake Superior Copper ls used In National Cable, for which we are exclusive local agents. When you see the little brass tag and thc word NATIONAL oo lightning conductors yon csa be sure of their reliability. "National" oncopper cable lightning conductors means the ?aineas "Sterling" on silver. Every toot of National Cable ia guaranteed amt scientific installation insured. Never have any of the thousands of buildings so rodded and guaranteed been lost or even set a-fire by lightning. Come in and let us estimate cost of rodding >?>?<?- buildings. Ask for Pres book,,T The La rt of Lightning." GI HHS HARDWARE CO. and W. C. MURDOCK. Memorial Day. Memorial Kxercises will be held on Saturdoy, May 28th ui the Court House Commeneirg at 2 o'clock p m. PROGRAM. Prayer. Hymn. Address by) Rev. R. L. Fuitz. Music. Bestowal of Crosses on Veterans. D. J. Andes, Co. K. ""th Va. Cav. Geo. C. Hammon, Co. F. 10th Va Infantry. Dan'l H. Hottel, Co. K. 7th Va. (av. Re?. John \V. McGill, Chaplain 52d Ri Descendants. Mrs. Catherine Miller, widow of Jas K. P. Hoover( o. F. 10th Va Inf. M?s Lewie Wagner, widowof Lewis Wagner, Cj. A. 1st Va. and 24th Va. Cav. Music Benediction. This day has been designated White Ribbon day. All coutributions t) be devoted to the Arlington Monu? ment. Procession will form at Court House under Marshall J. C. Paxton, G. A. Boyer, Harry Bushong aod J. W. Magruder. For the Cemetery. Exercises-Ritual of the U. D. C. Saturday selected as day most con? venient to friends in the country. A Regular Toui Boy was Susie?climbing trees and fences, jumping ditches, whitling, always get? ting scratches, cut*, sprains, bruises, hemps, burns or BCtldt. But laws! Her mother just applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve and cured her quick. Heals everything healable? Boils, Ulcers, Kepema, Old Sores. Corns or Piles. Try it. 25* at Walton k Smoot'-. Notice to Horsemen. Having fixed up the track at the old fair grounds, I am, after May loth, prepared to break colts and ilise them personal atb-ntion. I). A. Bowman, May 1.1 pd. Woodstock, Va. "Prescriptions A Specialty." This is more than a narc -statement. It is a Fact. The Prescription Department, in our Store, is the most Important Feature, consequently it receives more attention. Bring Your Prescription To Us Pure Drugs, Carefully Compounded, Insures Satis? faction to Patient, Physician and Everyone Con? certi. "ASK TOUR PHYSICIAN." WALTON & SMOOT, "THK DRUGGISTS" Woodstock, - - Virginia. -PROMPT DELIVERY." A'iAv-^ fM.K*y. it* *** tl: A ^mA 7. "kW *?"*.,. y &$*' HE' *.? ;/?*?? v " 1_- ** ?? ^ Ss--? -Tk REroSE * THE KING OF BEASTS a*p HIS FAMILY- THE 3 BABIES BORN in MENAGERIE JULYiaT-M907- TffA*^^^^^1!^^ Seen With Howe's Show, Jnne 3 i GEARY HOTEL LIVERY. ?The increase in business this spring has compelled us to purchase more horses ami rifts, and we are better prepar? ed to serve the public with the best |Up=to=Date Turnouts in the Valley, New Horses, New Buggies, Surries and Traps. Prices al? ways reasonable. Stables open dav aud night. May 27?tf. Belier Than a SOMETHING OF INTEREST TO IN? VESTORS! Would you like to know of I good, safe investment in a real live subdivision and building proposition near Washington, D. C. ? If so. we can put you in touch with one that will bring you 6 Der Cent- to 8 OCT Cent- and no risk. Large or small amounts will be considered. For particulars, address, P. O. BOX 37, STATION K, WASHINGTON, U. C, WANTED! We are in the market for? FIRST : Good farms or grazing lands, SECOND: (iood residence property. THIRD: Good town or city business property. They must be a bargain if we will consider them and located in Virginia. ?? VALLEY REALTY COMPANY, HARRISONBURG, VA.