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Not all naval demonstration, even in time of struggle.belong to baltic A pleasant story of some of the amenities of ?he Civil War is given by Alexan? der Hunter in "J olin nv Heb and Billy Yank.'' The incident took ul ace on the banks of the Kapnahannock, on the oppsite sides ot which the pickets of the Northhern and the southern armies were stationed. In the early morning the Confederate soldieis heard a cry: "Johnny Keb! I say, Johnny Reb' Don't shoot!" ?All right!" replied Johnny. "What command are you?" "Bliek Hetti Cavalry. Who ate you?" 9 cond Michigan Cavalry." "Come out! V>e won't tire." ?On honor, Johnny Heb?" ?n honor, Billy Yank." A squad of bluecoats advanced on tbe bank of thc river. The South? erners did the same. The Yankees called oat: ?Cot any tobacco?"' "Plenty." "Got any sugar or OOtft?" "Not a taste or smell." ??Let'* trade.?' "All light: we'll have to send kl town for the tobacco, but it won't take long." "I say, Johnny, want some newspa? pers?" "Yen "Then look ^out. We're going to send you some ??Mow?'1 ?"Wait am1 MS." The Southerners watched in curios? ity to see hew even Yankee ingenuity could i.ret a batch of pupers across two hundred yards of water. ? "They'll shoot arrow* over." guess e 1 one. ?? irrows! There ne?er*wsi a bow beat thtt Could cast an arrow ovtr that riv ??.Maybe they'll wrap them round a cannonball and shoot." Atlast a cry aros*: "Here they ?! Th*"- Yankees are greatest !" on the oppsite el ge of the river ap? ara! ministers boats and ; ships, such as schoolboys delight io. b taila tots The gentle breeze sfted across the water the little sft, etea lad?n with two papc li wly but Barely they made thtir way. as if Tuck Mt at their tillers. an 1 in a few mo the Confederate loldtsn ? i them out of the river and sent back a thee r foi tht brave little Meet. "lt cured me," or "It saved the life Ol my child,'? arc the tXprtBtiont you hear every day about Chamberlain's ( >!ic, Cholera and DiarrhotS Rem? edy. This is true the world over where this variable remedy has been Introduced. No other medicine In use for diarrhoea or bowel complaints has received such general approval. The secret of the success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarahoea Rem ? is that it cures. Sold by Walton ?.V Smoot. Charlottesville, Va., June 5.?The monument lo Jefferson, by Sir Moec - I in the pla/.a on thc north >ide of the rotunda at the Uni* veiMty of Virginia. This spot to tie ol der alumni of the university will be recognized when it is described as tiie site of the building known as the Annex of Public Hall, which was de? stroyed in the great fire of 1896. lt faces toward Madison Hall, the ndid Young Men's Christian As? sociation building. Th* Conservation of Nature's Resources Applies as veil to our physical state as lo material things. C. J. Budlong, Washington, K. I., realized his con? dition, and took warning before it area too late. Ht anya: "1 suffered elj from kidnej trouble, the dis ? redilary In our family. I have taken four bottle*, of Foley's Kidney Kerned.*., and now consider myself thoroughly cured. This should be a warning to all not to n taking Foley's Kidney Remedy until I .s too late." Schmitt's Drugstore. Richmond. Va., June 3.?Henry Smith, one of the four negroes con? victed of murdering Walter Schultz. a Chicago artist near Alexandria, on March B, 1909, was electrocuted in the state penitentiary here this morning. Smith made an ante-mortem statement protesting to his innocence. His three accomplices will be clectracuted Friday. SCAtm l\ro soi nd HEALTH, Mr. B. F. Kelley, Springfield, 111., witness: "A year ago I beiran to be troubled with my kidneys and bladder, which grew worse until I became nlaesatd at my condition, i rostered < with dull heavy headaches and cl my bladder trna anno*) and painful I read of Potcay'a Kidicv 1'ills and attar taking then, ? ? w?*eks the iee i ? -. tit mo, the lion of my, bladder imi tin BOTO and I val "f all distress." B More. The Hatted Brethren pertonagt ri Harri>onburg waa dtdicnied Rm by Bishop W, M. WeekU, of Ka city. The building ol the structure in rolvei th-* church in a df-bt of ?:' all of wfiieh ha. in c tsh i?v aha present poattsr, Rer. ll I Hammond. U HAT A 31 MMKK 09AM 1AV CO A summer cold if neglected is just as apt to develop into bronchitis or pneumonia as at any other season. Do net negket it. Take Foley's doney and Tar promptly. It loo* tbe cough, soothes and h^als tht in? flamed air passages, and expels lam cold from the system.'' Schmitt's Drug Store. Richmond. Vu., Jun* *> -charles E. Doyle, vice-president in charge of operation of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, died in his car following a stroke of apploxy on the way to Richmond today. Foley's Kidney Remedy may be given to children with admirable re? sults, it does away with bed wetting, and ls also recommended for use after measles and scarlet fever. Schmitt's Drug Store. JUST OWE WORD that word U it refers to Dr. Tutfs Liver Pills and MEANS HEALTH. Arc vou constipated? Troubled with Indigestion""1 Sick headache? Vlrtlgo? Bilious? Insomnia? ANY of these symptoms and many others (adlcate inaction of the LIVER. Yovi Need. TiilfsPills Take No Substitute* A desperate battle in which more than one hundred shots were ta ehaaftd vat angSfi d in between rtv SBUeOffleerS, under Deputy Collector J.F. Miller, ol Asheville, and moon? shiners in the mountains in Wilkes county. N.C., late Saturday. None of the olbcers was hurt.but it is known that several of the mountaineers wort seriously injured. Deputy Marshal C. H. Holland had his horse shot under him. A lYosiiair** 4-ircat I?l?-u is how to make herself attractive. But, without health, it is hard for her her to be lovely in face, form or tem per. A week, sickly woman will be nervous and irritable. Constipation and Kidney poisons show in pimples, I blotches, skin ercuptions smd a wretch-1 ed complexion, Hut Electric BitcV always prove a godsend to women who want health, beauty and friends. They regulate Stomach, Liver and Kldneya, puHfj thc blood: give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety skiu, lovely com plosion, good health. Try them. ^Oc. at Walton J: Smoot's. Fairmont, W. Va.. June O.-The home Michael A. Bonomi wasdestroy el by tire and a purse containing ll, (M.), which was in a wardrobe, was consumed. vi ar* clou* IMacavertes mark the wonderful progress of the Air Bights on heavy machines. rams without wiles, terrible war Inventions to kill men, and that won? der of wonders. Dr. Kind's New very?to save life when threaten? ed bj ht, colds. hiLTrippe. asthma, croup, bronchitis, betnorrhagee, hay fer?.r and whooping cough or lung trouble. For all bronchial allections it has no e<]ual. It relieves instantly. Its the surest eire. James M. Black of Asheville, N. C.. H. K. No. 4. write- it cured him of an obstinate OOUgh after all other renn dies failed. and 11.00. \ trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Walton k Smoot. Burglars visited the Leonessa cathe? dral in Home, and made ol! with a gold cup, -worked by Benvenulo Cel? lini, which is valued at $2,000. and also a gold case containing the heart of a saint. If you are not tatlsfic 1 after using according to directions two-thin a bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, vou eau ht Vt your money back. The tablets cleans invigorate the stomaeh, improve the "ion, regulate the bowels. Give them a ti ial and get well. Sold by Walton k Smoot. The State Board of the Medical Examiners will hold a session in Kichmond June lilst, at wbicb time there will be the largest class of appli? cants for license that has faed the board Chamberlanin's Cough Remedy is sold on a guarantee that if you ace not satislied after usine two-thirds of a bottle according to directions, your money will be refunded. H la up to you to try. Sold by Walton k Smoot Mrs. J. W. Sutton, mother of Lieu? tenant Sutton, whose traine dtath in Annapolis caused a sensation in na? val circles,has declared herself a can? didate ior Congress in Oiegon. Children Cry" FOR FLETCHERS CASTOR IA "The next person who interrupts the proceedings.'' said the judge sternly, "will be expelled from the court and ordered home." "Hooray 1" cried the prisoner. Theu the judge pondered. BETTER WORK LESS COST. I have had twenty-five years' ex? perience in Painting and consider ry bc M lt will cover one-third more Surface, and OOVer it better, than I o.her paint, including L#?ad and Oil." J.\S. Wool). M. I'., Budia:,non. W. Vs. What More can b I Ueslreu? For Bale bi C. F r ll.WI.L AptUSI Um... Woodstock, Va. Foleys Kidney Pills What They Will Do for You They will cure your backache, strengthen your kidneys, cor, rect urinary irregularities, build up the worn out tissues, and eliminate the excess uric acid that causes rheumatism. Prc vent Bright's Disease and Dia bates, and restore health and strength. Refuse substitutes. SCHMITT'S DRffG STORE Oil On The Water. When the captain of a vessel in | storm pour*, oil upon the waters he does not empty a cask of oil over "In? side, as some people seem to think. Ile makes three or four cotton bags which he first tills with oakum and then with equcl parts fish-nil and ker? osene. Then with a needle a sailor piks holes all over the hag to a ll OW thc oil to pass out. The bags are hung over the side of the Vessel and the oi ?bops slowly on the waves. The etTect is magical. A rough, seething, whi'e capped billow will rles t h-eaten i ni: to sweep over the ship, but will strike a patch of oil no bigger than a oom' mon dining-room table, and in ai instant the wave subsides tamely intc a smooth swell over which the nhl] rides like a cork. Pssos*makers are said to pour oil Oatroubled waters Tl:ey clo it in this way. They exude kindness, a drop here,a drop there: now a gentle won:. now a twee*! smile, now a kind deed. No anger can resist this in the long run. ULTRY m SCHEME FOR POULTRY HOUSE. Best Arrangement is Tight Building Adjoining Open One. One of the greatest expenses that any poulterer has is the buildings he requires. Most of us think it Bc sury to keep poultry lu buildings, b it unquestionably a part of these build Iiiks may be open and laexpeaaive and yet affording protection from wind, snow and rain, writes Hollister Sage in Farmer's Voice. The best arrangement ls a tight building ad? joining an open one, the former for night occupancy and laying, a the fowls may be shut In If the weath? er be extreme. This need be only one-third the size of the open but must join it. *o the bona need not go out In the wind and snow*. The floor of this shed must be made of matched stuff .so that no wind can come up through lt. and should covered six Inches deep witb litter. Into this the whole grain is thrown, that the fowls may haw the Beech exercise. The amount of cold that lu-ns will endure and continue to lay If kept busy i \ ief. The roof, of course, must he tight, ns no moisture must !><? allowed in the litter. The roof should bo a lorn one to the north, with a abort one sloping south. Under thc ?>f the south? ern roof ls nailed a sheet the entire loagtb sad wtde eaough to rover the open front. This is made of bur'. old bran sacks, and in a loop at tin bottom reata a light pole to k? ? down so the wind and SOOW may be excluded at night. Kt a as the sun is up in thc morning it is i up and tied to ropes iand< In spring and aummer thc ratch* Scratching Shed Shade, ing sheds are not required, and are employed in raising lari chickena. It is best to begin by setting a brooder in one corner of each, in which to raise 75 or mu Incubator Chicks, and this net faced ho., their home, with a yard attached, un? til cold weather, when thc bang* ed lo flocks for of fait- I The acrntching sheds are ti.en In in? quisition again, lt is not difficult to build them in sections that inny bs] token apart and moved re;.(lily from one part of the grounds to anoi The heaviest section is the floor, but this is maaagi d ? heel* barrows. Angora Goats. Tho Forestry Department has turn? ed 100 Angora goats oin on the moun? tain slopes in t..' I In tile hope that they will keep the from growing on the firebreak work has been a seri' and Hie goats are an experiment. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. rhe Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature %?d*t#%3u' Week rind Tickets. Local week Bod Tickets Washing? ton to Somerset, Warrenton, Har risonborf, Blumont and intermediate stations sold on Saturdays and Sun? days valid for return on Monday at very low fares will he placed on sale hy SOUTHERN RAILWAY at Washington. D.C.. l-egunninfl Satur? day. May ">th. 1010, and continuing until OetQber 2, 1<<10. inclusive. L. S. BSjOl x, 1 ut, Southon Ky. MARKETS Woodstock, Va., June ic, imo. Corrected weekly bj W.H. Howman.) Wheat. S1#00 Oats.Tj Corn. Potatoe*..4,1 Sweet Potatoes. 1.00 New I 'otatnea . 1.00 Chickens old. " sprinsr . Ejrjrs. Mutter. Bacon, Side and Shoulder.., Hams. Lard. ll IO .?ll 10 ,M JO .10 Onions. j on #...?, .. . . Baltimore, June fi Cattle-Reoeiptg for the wrtk end.d n; noon today were 4,607 hoad, ?cr-untt -.*,, head last veea; w <*ar loaJs on the market. Our te Ween, good to choice butcher*. |4 50 to I, **, !,rA.l-? i? I. "*" fi lot0 ?s 5-; Hulls l3 90 to |6 75 Heueri.t'.cK.to |?.,5: treah Cowa las to|65 par head. *J<>sf? Receipt* for the week en?lod at no>n today wt-rc ? ??, head, againat *,*iS je?d late reek.fair aupply today aud moderat,* demand JucteWeaternn |,..,,to *?.jo other*., $fJ <*, te 10.15 roughs, f }.,*, to 915. Sheep and I-imU-KcKtipta for the wes-k ?nded at n^n to today were 0.M, head ?*5*nst 9.061 head hut week. Light supply nd fair demand. Quota- Laab?,. JJ 5' :o o 50: Sheep, $a 50 to 6 75. .' *" 5 Calves -Keceipts for the w#ek er.Oed af ZSnJ!!??T ?T h~^S"-Mt*inet j?o held "Ina OnotfeContaooto beet, jf ?5 to 9 *? The Kind Yott Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne tho signature of and has been made under li is per* mmmmmmm ??? v.v wmmmmtmmjmm.mm mmmmmmmn ?!<?-? All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but Experiments tliat triile with and endanger the health oC Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment*. What is CASTORIA Castalia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare? goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups* It is Pleasant. It ? ontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substances Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays IVveri.shnrss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind "Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency, lt assimilates the Food, regulates the Btesnach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children's Panacea--The 3Iother's Friend. GENUINE CAST0RIA,ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Haye Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. ff CCNTAUR COSSPANV. TT SSUAHSY .TMCCT, NCWVONK CITY. 5* .^Vr ?-: : ? rf '*>. The Secret of Youth Do you ever wonder how you can remain young, or why other women older than you, look younger than you do/ The secret can be put in a few words: "Preserve your health, and you will preserve your youth." By "health" we mean not alone physical health, but nerve health, as, sometimes, magnificently strong-looking women are nervous wrecks. But whether you are weak physically or nervously, you need a tonic, and the best tonic for you is Cardui. It builds Strength for the physical and nervous systems. It helps put flesh on your bones and vitality into your nerves. The Woman s Tonic "My mother," writes iMrs. Z. L Adcock, of Smith? ville, Tenn., "is 44 years old and ia passirtg thrungli the change of life. "She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly. i\ly fattier supped over to the store and got her a bottle of Cardui, which she took according to directions and now she is up, able to do her housework and says she feels like a newswoman." Try Cardui in your own case. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. ChaManooja Medicine Co., Chstlsnooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions, snd tA-^xgt book. "Home Treatment lor Women," sent fr*.e. Physicians Advise the usc nf a goodlaxathre, lo keep tba bowed I r P and prevent the poisons of undigested IlkaI from ptttacloto "/our gyg\ Tba l.c.<>t product if VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely venable, gentle, ! and Of a pleasant*, arc;: 1 :, tba Hi IT, At v-ell as on the ttooMcfa ar.J t :d is of tba "peates! poaafMa efficacy in constipation, indigestion, : ui.-j, i.-verislmess, cuii:,tiatulcnce, etc. Try VF I LAXATIVE MYER SYRUP WHO'S YOUR TAILOR ? Is the question most always ask of well dressed men, ano in Shenandoah county, nine times out of ten the answer is "MIL li: kv* lie has all the latest prints in imported and domestic fabrics which he makes over the very latest 1910 styles. Call early and examine his large stock. All work guaran eed. J. R. MILLER, Opp. Post Office, ?' MM T 1 * rm; tai lok' Woodstock, Va H. L. BRUMBACR, Produce Commission Merchant, 2824-26 DAUPl IJ "V kt., POTT?A DELPHIA, PA. It you have anything to ship, write us, wire us, be quick, "THAT'SOUR MOTTO." Your Bank will give you information regarding my Ananda' standing through Dunn's or Bradstreet's Commercial Agency or the North Western Trust Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Send us your name and address and receive weekly quotations. Member Ph ila. Produce EiC bange. GEARY HOTEL, GEO. F. READLE, Proprietor. Woodstock, ... Virginia. Under New Manajj.ment. Table Unexcelled. First (lass in its Appointments. Headquarters for commercial men. Special attention given automobile parties. A finely equipped livery in connection with the hotel. Say "Geary" to the porter at the train. j BEES ANO BEE KEEPING fc* ?-.?vv-.'.'iV'-'-'Vv ? ? ii ms ssw: METHOD OF FILLING FEEDERS. Can Be Done by Lining Small Teapot with Rubber Tube Attached. My bees annoyed me by rushing out when I lifted the cover boxes from the Alexander feeders. Further? more, when no bossy was coming in, and robbers were prying around, It made trouble to do much feeding, writes II. A. Moody In Cleanings in Bee Culture. I made a block, C, as shown In the illustration; bored a hole through lt, through which I put one end of a two-foot piece of one quarter-inch rubber tubing. I slipped the other end of the tube over the snout of a small tin teapot, and then "-^-f Filling Feeder, my troubles ceased. I put the proper dose In the pot. shut the cover, and set It down by the hive. Then with the feeding-block, C, I slid the feeder* cover aside until the finger holding C touched the side of the feeder; then with one hand I could keep the blocks in place, while with the other I poured tn the feed through the tube. No bees are disturbed, and the f cover is slid back where lt belongs, without any trouble. Hard Worked Bees. A qnaint method of working the bees overtime was given by one of the enthusiasts, who chums that tiie boes rosily enjoy the "busy" life through? out the year when they find them? selves where homy-producing blos? soms are plentiful. "My bt-es now work overtime," he said. "No hibernating for them, in the spring I send them down South and they toil like blazes among the Southern Mowers. In summer I bring them here to the East, working them till the honeysuckle and the clover are quite gone. The autumn season finds them in Florida, where they make a peculiarly rich and aromatic honey from the Florida Howers. California gives them all they can do in the winter. "Its I splendid idea. I got it from those botolkoopora of Europe who have winter hotels on the Riviera and summer hotels at Dillard <>r Trouvllle. i My travelling boea yield thrice a* much honey as stay at home ones. ' Thank goodness, there are no labor | unions among these insects." The beekeepers who on the other 1 hand are content to have their bees ; remain in the esme pla ie tbrougbo it . the year and work during th*> blc . time of fruits, flowers, the barley and clover and wayside flowers were con | suited as to the best methods of hous? ing the bees durlug the winter. Some experts are in favor of shel? tering the colony by placing all the hives in a sort of open pen. snugly en? closed on the north and left open to the southern exposure. These en? closures are preferably long and nar? row and but little higher than the hives, which are set close together in a straight line. Here the summer workers hibernate during the coldest winter weather and so cosey and warm are their winter quarters that they are strong and hardy and ready ;or work at the first possible suggestion of early spring bloom.?Indianapolis Star. Bee Notes. Never waste time wintering weak colonies. Cold appears to be a main element in granulation. November is the month to pack the colonies for winter. If honey is overheated both color and transparency are injured. Have as many young bees as pos? sible to go into winter quarters. Strong colonies protect themselves against robbers nnd bee moths. Bees hatched in the fall will live through the winter until spring. Rees travel long distances in search of honey and pollen; they travel from tree to tree and distribute the pollen from one tree to another; from one or? chard to tha other. Removing Honey. Tn removing honey, as with almost any other operation with bees, choose daylight after the bees are out In the fields in force, when they will be out of the way. A great lot of bees piled up on the combs, idle and out of hu? mor are a nuisance to be avoided if possible. Don't forget to have the smoker well filled and going good be? fore beginning, and let them havo ?cms-ske all along at any time they seem te need U to keep them from stinging. Beehive of Concrete. Among the occupations which offer profit and amusement, and at the same time entirely suited to women, is that of bee raising. Its advantages are that little space is required, there is no great expense and the work ls light, requiring only a limited amount of time and care. Much of the ap? paratus required may be made at Concrete Beehive, home and where the facilities for this are not present, the things may bt purchased without any great outlay ' ot money. There have been many Improve- ' ments lately in the manner of con? structing the beehives, and probably the most Interesting is one which la made of concrete. A patent has been recently Issued covering the manu* facture of concrete beehives, but any OM with a little ingenuity may easily ' make them, and a set of molds once having been made satisfactorily, may ' be used Indefinitely and aay number of hives made from lt Anyone at? tempting to make a hive of this ma* teriai should acquaint themselves with tbe character of tho oeraent aad abovld also be ItaaUiar witb Use babita l HARNESS HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, Bridles, Collars, Hames AND Everything in Horse Tailoring Line. **? ALL GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED Call and examine our large stock. J. A. Dysart & (g. Southern Railway. SCHEDULE BE.TWE;EJ* WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA, STRASBURG AND HARRISONBURG HT N. B.?Following schedule figures are published aa information only and are not guaranteed. KfYBCHTE JUMS 13, 1910. 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B ol f T 36 7 32 728 7 21 ab tilt IO (s ab 7 42 fl. - 7 laverton Jct 7 f rt 35] "4 2 Riverton ?*?* 4 Buckton - 5 Wateriiek 6 56 93 8 Strasburg 95 3 Strasburg Jc 96 5 Fisher's Hill Tom's Brook lol .'1 Maurertown 7 29 105 WOODS TK 7 42 Hu 5 Edinbui* Bo wm ii: 7 69 11s I Mt. Jackson. 122 l Quiekabi 8 ll 125 6 New Market 7 31 7 22 7 14 6 33 6 22 6 10 0 05 Too ? Ci 47 rt 32 ? - 6 15 | fl A b t 5 48 5 42 a I B Jo B 32 ?6 8 30 129 6 132 1 134 6 138 4 Timberville Broadway Daphna Linville P. M. . P . M. f 9 00,144 ci Harrisonb'g P. M. Ar. Lv. c 8 53 a a 8 32 8 27 8 21 tS VJ 5 33 5 3c? ( 5 22 f 5 1!' P. If. 5 OT 8 45 4 66 f 4 16 4 lo I 8 Ott f 4 96 8 OO 4 26 ? 825 f 8 20 8 IO T 47, 4 14 7 41 f 4 u7 f 7 30 7 23 7 18 7 10 7 05 6 58 6 52 c tf A. If. A. M. 3 62 f 3 43 337 3 26 3 2i f 3 16 f 3 10 I 66 P. ML *. IO 7.*>4 7 44 7 34 7 22 7 20 7 12 7 03 f 6 55 6 40 P. M. f f * Daily. f Week-days. f stops on Wag. a No. 14 will stop to let oil passengers from west of Strasburg Jct. b No. 14 stops at Stations between Front Royal and Manassa9 to let off passengers from points on Norfolk and Western. c Stops to relive passengers from points on Norfolk k Western. Beverly and Hawkinstown are tlag stops 4i? and 28 Beverly for 217 k 218. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car en 13 & 14 between Washington and Har'b'g. All tiaics arrive and dei a*t frc m Prim Station. "Washington, D. C.. w here connection 4s made for and firm Baltin ore, Philadelphia and New Vork. For map folders, through ticket rate etc., at ply to nearest agent or write to EL F. CARY, G. P. A. E. H. (OAPMAN. Gen. Mang'r. S. H. HARDWICK, P. T. M. L. S. BROWN, Gen. Agent, Washington, D. C. TH? VALLEY Ito m V'C*NDcTOCK, VA. OFFICERS : J. I.. Wisman, Pren, ana Gen Manager. IL W Magruder, V. President. \V. W. Logan, Secty. and Treas. G. H? II au"*, Asst. Sec. W. T. Williams, Atty. ?fc Trus. Nell W. Logan, ) [ Clerks. Arline Walker. j DiRECTORJ : J. L. Wisman, M. W. Magruder. W. W. Logan, E. II. Wisman. \ddress W.W.LOGAN, Seoy. cfc Treas. Wood-""tock. Va. What Everybody Ought to know. That Foley Kidney Pills contain just the ingredients necessary to tone, strengthen and regulate the action of, the kidneys and bladder. Schmitt's I Drug Store. Spraying Pumps* For either power or hand spraying pumps, the Hardie cannot be eclipsed. It is used by the most prominent fruit growers io the U. S. Satisfaction guaranteed in all uses as a spray pump. Supply on hand to lill any order. Phone or write, J. A. Sheetz. Agent Oct 29?tf. Woodstock, Va. N&WKerfi^Wester mtmmmmmww Schedule in IfatA SUNDAY, OCT. 18. I?K8' Trains Leave RivbktoW Va.. Nc.l SOCTHBOCND 3.46 A. M. For Baale. Buena Vlata, Rca noke, Eaat Radford, bluett* ?. razewei), Norton. Pocahontu Ko. 13 Pullman 8ieeper W'eicb. W.*V? 9-41 A. M. For Basic, Natural Bridge. I:. anoke, Bristol, ard lnternaedc.it Stallone. Pullman Sleeper i Knoxville, Connecta at Roan<>. witb St. Louis Express. Thrt.u ? No 27 Pullman Sleeprea to Columl i. 7.28 P-W. Cafe car to Williamson, W. \ For Shenandoah and ail intern ? diate points. No. 8 NORTH BO CN D 1.20 A-M. For Berryville, Hs ? erstown, Philadelphia, and I north. Pullman Sleeper to Phi ? No. SS delphia. 8 41 A M- For Hagerstown and inte.*medi: ? Staltons. Connects at shetland < .> Junction with B. A O. for Waa Ington.Also connects at Ha..' with C. V. Railroad for Hamabi. i a No. 14 and p>lnta north. 7.14 P- M. For Berryville, Hage rsc w aod intermediate Stations. Ihr ugh Sleeper ria Hager? tow i to New York. *2tr Rate*. ?e iedn!e*.and additional fhf - i nation furnished upon application to Agent* )f tue Company or? ?V. B. BEVILL. A". F. BKAci?, Oen'i Pas*. Agent. Tray. Pass. Ag r Roanoke, va. Kl LL the COUCH and CURE thk LUNG' WITH Dr. King's New Discovery FOB CmWT ajfiSfeJ AND AU THROAT AWD LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SAriSFACTCir OB MONEY REFUNDED. r "**S i f! BELTING, BELTING, Leather and Gandy Belting'. We are Agents for the National Leather Belting Co., til 3 can furnish belting promptly at bottom prices. Cal* to S see us. J. A. Dysart (a Co., Woodstock, Va.