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Has No Kisses Por Her.
'-There is no mote kissing and hug ing in my home since my husband has joined a certain religious society known a** the 'Holy Rollers," declar? ed Mrs. iMahalan Sehoenley,wife of Wallace Sehoenley, before Squire George G. Myer, of Coatsville. Pa She entered a complaint against Na than Traynor, a member of this new religious cult, eharging him with as? sault and battery and enticing her husbau awajf from his home and fam? ily. "We lived happily together for twen? ty-two years before my husband be? came associated with persons who have such an odd belief, and now he calls me a she devil,' " she said. At the hearing Squire Myer inquired what sort of meetings were held by the religious delegation, when Mrs. Sehoenley said: "As near as I ean tell it is kissing and hugging,and the firs* startof this trouble occurred when 1 saw Traynor's wife embrace my hus? band on the street and they ;kissed one another. They say it is io the Bible, and every time they meet oue another they ki*; lira. Sehoenley declared that lb went to Traynor's home one night it* eently and there saw her husbard with other tueiiilx?rs of the "lioly Rollers" and that they were neither singing nor praying. She went to the door and asked for her husband. The door was locked in her face. ''Mv home has been ruined'" said Mri. Sehoenley, "and 1 made up my mind to put a stop to it, and picked up a stone and threw it into Traynor,s fi out window, and the occupants came out like bees out of a hive and danced on the porch. 1 went into the house, asked my husbacd to come home wirti me, but he wouldn't. I slapped him in the face and Gtier Hoskins,the leader ol the religious gatherings, said "Praise the Lord!" and I smacked him, aodalso smacked Traynor, and then he pushed me off the porch.'" "I shall hold the defendant in MOO bail for court, as it had been prored that the piantitT's home has been broken up, and that she was assn 1 ted laid squire George G. Mayer. Ellis Ridgway acted as bondsman for Traynor. >;?|?t*U oil's f^ril was of the unconquerable, never-suy d;e kind, the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold, cough or lungs disease. Suppose troches, cough s\tups, cod iiver oil or doctors have ail failed, don,t lose heart or hope. Take Dr. King,s New Discovery. Satisfaction is guaranteed when used lor any throat or lung trouble. It has saved thousands of hopeless suffer? ers, lt masters stubborn colds, obstinate coughs, hemorrhages, la grippe, croup, asthma, bay fever and whooping cough ami is the roost safe and certin remedy for all bronchial a flections. 50c $1.00. Trial bottle free at Walt on \- Smoot's. Thomas L. Rodgers, of High Point, N. C., has just announced that he is in possession of 190,000 in gold coin which he states he found by exploring Rockhouse cave, near the place of his birth, in Hancock coudy, Tennessee. Rodgers savs the fact that the cave contained a large sum of gold was re? vealed to him in a vivia! dream. Pe explored the cave aione and says that he found the gold under an old kettle in a large chamber of the cave, which contains bayonets, canteens and other evidences that the cave had been used as a hiding place during the Civil war. Rodgers says a skeleton lay beside the gold and that on a slab of slate be lound an inscription offering the gold to the discoverer, provided he would bury the owner's body at a designated ?pot on the mountain. Rodgers says he has been a poor laborer all of bis life and now expects to enjoy ease in hil old age. TIiohs? Pies Ol Boyhood. How delicious were the pies of boy? hood. No pies now ever taste io good, what's changed? the pies? No. Its you. You've lost the strong, health? stomach, the vigorous liver, the active kidneys, the regular bowels of boyhood. Your digestion is poor and you blame the food. What's reeded? A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of di? gestion?Stomach. Liver, Kidneys, Bo wale Try them. They'll restore your boyhood appetite and apprecia? tion of food and fairly saturate your body with new health, strength and vigor. 60e at Walton k Smoot's. A man who was traveling the Ozark Mountain on horseback stopped before a typical Arkansas farmhouse to in? quire the wuv. "What's the news?" asked the mountaineer, as he leaned his lank frame against the fence and pulled his long beard thoughtfully. Ga tit ding that what had become a part of history was news to him, the traveler asked why he did not take some weekly or monthly periodical, that he might keep in touch with the world at large. "Wall," said the old native, 'when my pa died, nine \ears ago, he left me a stack of newspapers that high"? indicating a height of about three feet ?"end I ain' uone readin, of 'em yet" ?faun aie.-in pills lAfl ciikd ik* Tbe above ii a <-uatalion from a letter written by H. M. Winkler, Evansville, Iud. "I contracted a se ?'ir v.o**j ui Muury siouuie. My back gave out and pained me. I seemed to have lost ell strength and ambition; wai Pothered with dizzy spells, my head would swim and specks float before my eyei. I iook Foley'? Kidney Pilli regularly and em now perfectly well and feel like a new man. Foley Kidney Pills have cured me." Schmitt's Drug Store. ''Now, then, children," said the teacher, "what lilt we want roost lo this world to make us perfectly happy?" ' 'The things we ain't got," shouted the bright boy in the back seat. Soreness of the muscles, whether in? duced by violent exercise or injury,', ii quickly relieved by the free appll* cation of Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment ia equally valuable for muscular rheumatism, end always ef* forde quick tghel. moid bf Walloa k 0tmma% A HAPPY HOME le one where health abounds. With Impure blood there can? not be good health. With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood. Tuttf s Pll ls revivify the torpid LIVER end restore Its natural action. A healthy LIVER meena pare blood? mmam Pore blood means health. Health moans happiness. Take no Substitute. All Druggists. Children Saved From Bear* Three little children of S. IL Waite, who lives on the mountain near Tvrone, Pa., the eldest of whom is but 9 years old, were saved from the jaws of an infuriated female bear Sunday by a faithful }>et dog, wno was torn into ribbone. The children saw the three bear cubs at play. One child picked tip a cub not larger thad a kitten and began to stroke it. The other two cubs began to whine and the mother bear suddenly appear<*d and charged upon the group. The little dog, not one-tenth the size of the she bear, came to the rescue, tackling the animal and distracting her attention while the three ceildren droped the cub and made their escape. Neighbors who vent in search of the bear found the dog dying. "ls UTI WOKTH BATON!" Mrs. Mollie McRaney, Prentiss, Miss., writes that she had a severe case of kidney and blader trouble, and that four bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy cured her sound and well. She closes her letter by saying: "1 heartily recommend Foley's Kidnev Remedy to any sufferer of kidney d'seare. It saved my life." Schmitt's Drug Store. Mrs. A. J. Campbell,aged Tl years, died at her home in Luray following an illuess of seveaal weeks, from a complication of diseases. Her hus? band was one of the discoverers of the Luray Cave, and was the first person who ever explored the caverns. HAY riYII AND ASTHMA Bring discomfort and misery to many people but Foley's Honey and Tar gives ease and comfort to the suffering ones, lt relieves the con? gestion in the head and throat and is soothing and healing. None genuine but Foley's Honey and Tar in the yellow package. Schmitt's Drug Store. Mrs. Florence Spillman Fraiser wife of Dr. Robert Fraiser, one of the most prominent educators of Virginia and at one time United States consul to Palermo, Italy, died in Warrenton at Conway Grove. UlfltH AHOYKMSI-KHIN Kidney and bladder ailments are so serious in their consequences, and if unchecked so often fatal that any rem? edy offered for their cure must be above suspicion. Foley Kidney Pills contain no harmful drugs, and have successfully stood a long and thorough test. Selinda's Drug Store. A monument is to be erected in the Confederate Cemetery, near the post oilice of Cornfield Harbor, in the vicinity of Point Lookout, St. Mary,i county, Maryland, to the Confederate prisoners of war buried there. When the stomaeh fails to perform its functions, the bowels become deranged, the liver and the kidneys congest causing numerous diseases" The stomach and liver must be restored to a healthy condition and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets can be depended upon to do it, Kasy to take and most effective. Sold bv Walton k Smoot. The first case of hookworm has just been discovered in Lynchburg by Dr. E. F. Younger, the patient bein if a white youth, who resides in west Lynchburg. The boy's condition was (tuite serious when the physician was called in. Teething children have more or less diarrhoea, which can be con trolled by giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is necessary is to give the prescril*ed dose after each operation of the bow? els more than natural and then castor oil to cleanse the system. It is safe and sure. Sold by Walton k Smoot. Covers Densly, Looks like Enamel 4tIn all my experience as a Painter 1 have never seen the equal of lt will cover more surfice, and cover it Letter, thsn anything I hate ever usfd its Bnlebed appearance looks like enamel." C. K. MASON, M. P., Marshall, Texas. For Sale by C. F. FRAVEL, April '22-Jmo. Woodstock, Va. Foley's Kidney Pills What They Will Do for You They will cure your backache, strengthen your kidneys, cor, rect urinary irregularitiea, build up the worn out tissues, end eliminate the excess uric acid that causes rhcumatiam. Pre? vent Brights Disease and Dia? betes, end restore health and strength. Refuse substitutee. SCHMITT'S DRUG STORE CARLY RISERS The Umm tattle ??*. Murdered by Pive Men Samuel Lucas was murdered by five men in Montgomery county, Va., Wed? nesday night. Ellis Goard, Elmer Lil? lis. W. F. McGrade, Samuel Gliesby and R. L. Maxey, all white, are in j iii at Blacksburg, charged with the killing and Ellis Goard has confessed that he tired the shot that ended Lucas' life. The five men will bc transferred to the eounty jail at Christiansburc* for safekeeping and will be given a preliininary hearing at that place today. Lucas accompanied by his yoong wife, was returning to his home after v siting a neighbor when tired upon from ambush. Goard says he used a ^?caliber pisto and the bullet tore its way through Lrcas's head, causing instant di ath. Mrs. Lucas says Goard claimed she owed him a sum of BKHMJ following ii sawmill transaction and the ki1 ling was the result of a dispute over the matter. Forms of Chickens' Combs. No matter how poultry may excel In shape, color and size, a malformed comb and b,t<! lobes will destraet from the chancel of success, especial? ly in the non-sitting or Mediterranean breeds, where the ornamental head gear, or comb, ls so conspicuously at? tractive. There are many kinds of combs, as will be seen In the accom? panying illustration, which are de? serving of notice, chief of which are Forms of Combs, the single serrated comb, as seen In mich breeds as Minocas, Leghorns Orpingtons, Plymouth Hocks. Lang shana, Dorking, in different sizes; the rose-comb, beautifully worked or cor? rugated, and full of small points, ai seen chiefly in the Redcap. Hamburg, and Wyandotte family. Then there is the pea comb, or triple comb, that ls, three parallel ridges (or very small combs), as seen in the Brahmas or the Indian Game. FA9TENINQ BARN DOOR OPEN. Easy to Makt and la Ona of tha Little Firm Convanlancas That Help. Set a good solid post for the door to open out against. Make a wooden hook as shown in the cut with a slop? ping point eight Inches out from the notch. This length ls sufficient to make an easy level. A great many hooks are too short and they work hard. Fasten the hook to the side of the door with a heavy lag screw j uk high enough up to engage the bottom *<2? ,'go* W?lQHf* r ^^amOmS: - Keeps Door Open. of the door. Tut a weight on the back end of the hook, Just heavy enough to raise the catch. At the top of the post put a grooved pulley or an lr shaped lever cut from a piece of flat Iron, with a hole In each end and a larger hole at the corner. Fasten it to the post aa shown. Attach a wire to the weight and carry lt over the pulley or attach it to the outer arm of the lever. Hitch another wire to the top end of the lever and cany it Inside the barn behind the door. Tut a ring In the door to pull it shut with and another ring In the end of the mire for a finger hole. The hook may then be released and the door pulled shut without walking around to the post. It ls one of the little farm con? veniences that help to save steps. Week End Tickets. Local week End Tickets Washing? ton to Somerset, Warrenton, Har? risonburg, Blumont and intermediate stations sold on Saturdays and Sun? days valid for return on Monday at very low fares will be placed on sale by SOUTHERN RAILWAY at Washington. I). C., beginning Satur? day, May "Salli, 1U10, and continuing until October 2, 1910, inclusive. L. S. Brown, Genl. Agent, Southern Wy. MARKETS Woodstock, Va., June 30, 1910. (Corrected weekly by F. S. Bowman.) Wheat. $1.00 Oats.7r> Corn. .80 Potatoes.40 Sweet Potatoes. LOO New Potatoes . Chickens old. *' sprint?. rZggt. Butter. Bacon, Side and Shoulder... 11 Hame. Lard. Onions. .Oe) .13 .18 .18 ,19 .17 .20 .lc LOO Baltimore, Juoe A Cattle-Kecelpte for tbe weak end<*<J ai noon voday were 4,607 bead, against ya head last week; 59 car loads on the market, cjuotr Steers, good to choice butchers, ts ?s to |7 fa others, #3 $0 to ls 85; Cowa. $s roto f s 00; Bulla $3-73 to $s *% Heiter4.S4.ooto f6cn; treab Cowa $*s to $65 par bead. Hogs? Receipts for tbe week snded at norn today ws*re 0.411 bead, against s.Hi5 jf>ad last week.Pair supply today snd moderate demand Quote:Westerns Jiw.ulo to jo others, $10 00 to 10.13 rough a, ?3.00 to 9 15. Sh?.-ep and I .amt..? Keceipts for the week ended at o/*on to today were 9,86. bead against 9 063 head laat week. L'ght supply land fair demand. Quote- Lambs, $7.5* to 9 jo' Sheep, fa 50 to 6 y$. Calves?Receipts for toe w?ck tr. led af noon today wera bead. 577 against 580 head laat week. Fair supply today and market Brm Ouote: Common to beat. .19 ts to 9.50. Children Cry rOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought* and which has been in use fop over 30 years, has borne tho signature of and has been mado lintier his per** (/Jrff~tf~ . aVtm\9a\ supervision since its Infancy* rn ''&4C+4444, Allow no one to deceive yon in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are hut Impertinents that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children*?Experience against Experiment* What ls CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare? goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narootlo ku batu t ice. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the Btootacll and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* Tho Children's Panacea?Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Haye Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. rwK ccntaun company, rr ssunasv mrm.tr. mw voss city. 50 Per Cent Better "I have used less than one bottle of Cardui," writes Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushville, Neb., "and am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it. "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered with female trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irregu? larity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month, but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Car? dui to all my suffering friends." 1? CARDUI J 48 The Woman's Tonic The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be found n any other medicine. These ingredients are what give Cardin its superiority, as a female medicine and tonic, over any other medicine. For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite wom? an's medicine. The ladies like it, because it is so easy to take so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its results, and they have faith in its curative tonic powers, because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped. Try it today. Writ* to- Ladle*' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn,, lor &TJ Instructs, and 64-pa?c book, 'Hom, Treatment for Women, sent free. Physicians Advise the u** of a pood laxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested food from ijettinpinto your system. The latest product of science i? VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, r li.ible and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on the iteeiadl and bowels, and is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, ' ihuusness, sic!: headache, feverishness, coiiC.tUtulence, etc. Try VF I IO LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP WHO'S YOUR TAILOR ? Is the question most always ask of well dressed men, ann in Shenandoah county, nine times out of ten the answer is "MIL LKR.'' He has all the latest prints in imported aud domestic fabrics which he makes over the very latest PMO styles. Call early and examine his large stock. All work guaran eed. J. R. MILLER, Opp. Post Office. THK TAILOR' Woodstock, Va H. L. BRUMBACK, Produce Commission Merchant, 2824-20 DAUPHIN' ST., PHILADELPf LIA, PA. If you have anything to ship, write us, wire us, be quick, "THAT'SOUR MOTTO." Your Bank will give you information regarding "my financial 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 Phila. Produce Exchange. GEARY HOTEL, GEO. F. READLE, Proprietor. Woodstock. - . . Virginia. Under New Management. Table Unexcelled. First Class 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. Verna Gordon stood at the window gazing upon the landscape before her. beautiful always, with Ita stretoh of iawn. flold and towering mountain; but never fairer than now, under IU mantle of crystal. To the right rose the pines, like giant spectres, while to the left, at the foot of a short hill, .stretched the pond, resembling a mammoth piece of dull green glass. As she looked the sun burst from behind a cloud. The crimson sky was reflected by the snow clad fields, and every twig gleamed with prismatic color*. The rays fell aslant the pond and the faces of the skaters were il? lumined. "How like my life," thought the girl, "beautiful, but cold, till now the sunshine of Aunt Edna's love has made a world all new to mu." Verna had never known a mother's love, nev? er felt a tender caress. Her father had given her a liberal allowance, surrounded her with all the luxuries wealth could provide, and there his responsibility ended, leaving his daughter to reach young womanhood, heedless and Irresponsible. Until she came to this New Hampshire village, she had never known the meaning of tho word "home." But here, her aunt gave her the love for which, uncon sciously she had yearned. The village life appealed to her strangely. She had picnicked with the young people, gone nutting with the children, and coasted and skated as a young girl should. Through all Ned Bowman, tall, stall wait and re? sourceful, had been her comrade and friend. He had Just called for her for a spin on the pond, and had Kone on alone, but the merry light had left her eyes. She was now pondering over the fact that Raymond Norton, au old friend, and his mother were stopping at the big house across the street. She had met them the previous evening and the young man's eyes still told her the old story. Since he had published his wonderful hook, it was flattering to feel he still admired her, but the exultation of a few months before had vanrshed. The sun was dropping behind the pines, leaving the pond still bright with radiance, as Verna caught up her skates and darted down the hill. In her white sweater and crimson dress, she seemed a part of Dame Nature's color scheme. Seating herself to put on her skates she heard the Jingling of sleigh bells on the other side of the alders, which came to a sudden stop. A voice at once said: "A strap has brokeu. mother, but I can fix it." Another voice replied: "Very well," and con? tinued, "I am K'ad you brought me here to meet the lady you had chosen. Sweet she is, and pretty, but not the wife for you; she ls merely a dainty tittle butterfly." "I am sorry you fe*l that way," answered the man, deep regret in his voice, "for I believe life with her would be happiness." "Yes. for a time," was the reply, "but you have a career before you. and your wife must be one of whom you can be proud, one with strength of mind and heart. You will see that I am right some day." "Of course you must be right," said the deep voice. "Your Judgment ls always of the best, al? though Miss Gordon has always had a strong attraction for me." The strap must have been mended as the voices trailed into apace, leav? ing a very rosy-faced girl behind the alders. Suddenly there was a cry, then a series of shouts, and Verna law to her sorrow that one of the small boys had skated onto thin ice and broken through. She also saw several men taking off their skates. "Oh!" she thought, "they will break through." In an Instant there was a flash of white and scarlet, a little fig? ure sped by them all, and throwing it ?elf down, with arms submerged In the ley water, caught the little fellow, I as her froten fingers had almost lost ' their hold of the thicker ice, which wa* booming and cracking continu? ously. It seemed hours, but was only minutes, before a ladder wa* laid on the solid ice, and stronger hands clasped the boy, while Verna felt her? self drawn to safety, and turning. looked Into the face of Ned Bowman, white, drawn and tense. Without a word he took off his coat, and wrap? ping in Its folds the now shivering girl, ran with her up the hill to her home. That night, seated before a glowing fire, Verna felt no evil effect from her afternoon's experience. The doorbell rang, and Raymond Norton entered the room. She rose to meet him, and. he came forward. "All the town ls ringing with your praise," he aald. "We saw you from the hill, and mother gays you are the bravest woman she ever knew. I ought not to have come to-night, but I could not stay away. You know my feelings toward you, and I could not rest till I had asked you." "Please do not ask me anything," pleaded the girl. "Indeed lt ls best so." "But," said Norton, "I thought that you cared." "I think I was flattered, but everything is different now," she said, while the remembrance of the after? noon brought the blood to ber face. "Please do not feel hurt, If I ask you to excuse me, as I am rather tired." "Is this final?" he asked, wistfully. "Yes," she answered, simply. He dropped her hand and was gone. She sank wearily Into her chair and pick? ed up the book she had dropped, but Instead of printed words, she saw a white, agonized face, from which all youth and light had gone, and a tender smile played around her mouth.? OLIVE W. HATCH, Bids Wanted. The Hoad Board of Johnston dis drict will meet Saturday, July 2nd, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m. at the bridge, near Tri plea's (Rush) mill to receive bidi on 150 to 200 feet of concrete or masonry to repair damage done to the approach by late high water. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved and all contracts will be subject to approval of Board of Sup? ervisors. M. B. W TN DER, 9*24-a% County Clerk. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Head of Public 8chool System of Virginia Leeters. Sciatic*, L?w. Medicine, Enfineerin*" LOAN FUNDS AVAILABLE to needy and deserving students, 110. .-oven ali costs to Virginia students in tho Academic Departments. Send for catalogue. Howard Winston. Registrar. University Poetoffiee, Va. Maj - ** HARNESS HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES. Bridles, Collars, Hames AND Everything in Horse Tailoring Line. t?r ALL GOODS WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED Call and examine our large stork. J. A. Dysart & (g. Southern Railway. SCHEDULE BETWF/EN WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA, BTBAtfBURG AND HARRISONBURG &T N. B.?Following schedule figures are published as information only and are not guaranteed. ErroCTlTE Ji SK is, lwio. READ DOWN. +173 h49 1-217 A. M. 8 30 - IT B 25 f 9 90 9 16 9 62 9 68 f 10 04 lu 15 /IO 25 10 28 10 34 IO 4ri 10 66 11 08 ll 22 ll 36 ll 46 P. M. 4 30 4 IT J- s STATIONS. READ UP - t214 , M. 3 35 J 52 \ .;? 4 40 f 6 10 f 5 52 6 30 6,03 ?i ns f 0 ld ci 24 f 6 28 6 341 f 5 Tl b 46 666 f TOT f 4 58 f 5 1* I 5 iv 5 54 7 32 7 40: ?;24 A, M. 6 4.*) ?i oo f 6 2b I 6 40 f 6 18 7 01 T LT, f 7 41 - 06 f 8 20 - 33 8 60 D 01 f 020 f 934 10 15 \. M. 11 56 12 01 fl2 ll f 12 14 12 30 12 43 f 12 47 12 56 f 1 Oil 1 IO 1 24 f 1 27 1 41' f l :>:> 2ol 2 12 2 19, f 2 25 f 2 32 2 55 P. M.I 7 45 7 47 7 57 v 08 - 1-7 8 L8 - 8 42 8 57 9 01 9 15 9 28 9 36 9 45 9 51 9 56 f 10 05 io 25 P. M. 'Lv. Ar. o Washington 7 1 Alexandria "t9 ft li i 38 6 lM*n,?M( U .", Wellington 43 2 Gainesville 45 4 Haymarket 18 \ Thom'fa re 52 8 Broad Run Plains 66 '? Belvoir 62 7 Marshall bb b Rectortown 70 9 Delaplar.e Markham 81 0 Linden -jHappy Creek 83 7'Front Royal A. M. *? 15 - - 15 f - 22 I Vu - - ? 0 56 vi f 6 35 -4 89 03 96 08 lol 7 29 7 42 110 7 5^ 11 * 122 8 11 125 129 8 30 132 134 138 9 00 144 p. m. ; 7 f 7 52 45 42 31 22 14 05 45' A. M. I ll r, 11 38 lo .> 1.. 60 a b\ a b f 10 27 a b a b 10 08 ? K f io 00 a h t 9 36 f 9 32 n h ab !i 03 7 Riverton .let 2 Riverton 4 Buckton 5 Waterlick B Strasburg 3 Strasburg .Ie 5 Fisher's Hill 5 Tom's Brook 3 Maurertown WOODST'K 5 Kdinburg Bowman's I Mt. Jacks< r. 1 (Juicks) ci New Market ol Timberville 1 Kroadway ci 36 6 25 o 22 6 10 6 05 Daphna Linville Hanisonb'g Ar. Lv. A. M. A c - " ? a a 8 32 ^27 8 21 tu VJ f 8 (?'.? 8 00 7 47 f 7 41 7 30 f 7 23 " - 7 10 7 05 ? f 6 52 c; 4?? M. >28 M. 9 13 - 1.. 9 "1 : ? 7 32 7 28 7 21 7 12 7 "o 0 52 0 47 ?, 52 0 25 o 15 6 .'5 ? 18 5 12 +210 f 5 22 f 5 ll. 5 01 1 50 f 4 J 4 40 f 4 30 4 26 4 14 f 4 0' 3 53 f 3 43 3 37 3 26 3 21 f 3 15 f 3 10 M. P. M. - 45 - 8 H 40 33 R 7 f P. f 8 20 8 IO - * ic 7 74 7 44 f 7 34 7 28 7 20 7 12 7 03 eft 40 M. * Daily. + Week-dayg. f stops on Ung. a No. 14 will stop to let off passengers from west of Strasburg Jct. b No. 14 stops at Stations between Front Royal and Manassas to let off passengers from points on Norfolk and Western. c Stops to receive passengers from points on Norfolk & Western. Beverly and Hawkinstown are flag stops 49 and 28. Beverly for 217 k 218 Pullman Buffet Parlor Car en 13 k 14 between Washington and Har'b'g. All trains arrive ard dej ait firm Vcicn Station. Washington, D. C. where connection is Dede for and frcm Baltimore. Philadelphia and New York. For map foldeis. ihrrugh ticket rate etc., a).ply to nearest agent or write to H. F. CAHY, G. P. A. E. H. COAPMAN, Gen. Mang'r. S. H. HARDWICK. P. T. M. L. S. BROWN, Gen. Agent, Washington, D. C. THB VALLBY ? uuvvl VC T)f TOCK, VA. OFFICERS : .). L. Wigu an, Pres. ana Gen Manager. II. W Magruder, V. President. W. \V. Logan, Seety. and Treas. G. IL IIauN, Asst. Sec. ?V. T. Williams, Atty. & Trus. Nell W, Logan, ) [ Clerks. Arline Walker. ) D1REOTOR3 .' J. L. Wisman, IL W. Maoi:u*oeb. W. W. Logan, E. IL Wisman, Vddress W.W. LOGAN-, Secy, ki Tress. Woodstock, 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 Drug Store. Spraying Pumps For either power or hand spraying pumps, the Hardie cannot be eclipsed. It is used by the most prominent fruit prowerg in the V. S. Satisfaction guaranteed in all use* as a spray pump. Supply on band to fill any *)rder. Phone or wriie, J. A. Shketz, Agent Oct 29?tf. Woodstock, Ve. ? i- ai aw Schedule in tftr.t SUNDAY. OCT. 18. I9C8' TKAiNi Lnxra Ritbbtok Va.. Nc.l SOUTHBOUND 3.46 A- M. For Basic. Buena Vista, Koa nofce, Kaat Radford, bluect . Taxewell, Norton. Pocah<.i<t. No. 13 Pullman 8ieeper Welch, W 'V . 9-41 A. M. For Baale, Natural bridge. h< anoke. Bristol, ard intermed'i . Stailona, Pullman S:eeper ? Knoxville, Connecta at Koai. with St. Louis Express. Tbr< u :? No 27 Pullman 81eepres to Colen:! ci 7 28 P- bi. Cafe car to williamaon, W. \ - For Shenandoah and all ia tc ri-. diate points. No. S NORTHBOUND 1.20 A-M. For Berryville, hv. prstown, Philadelphia, and ttit north. Pullman Sleeper to Phi) ? No. 28 dclphia. 8 41 A M. For Hagerstown and interned 1. 1 Stailona. Connecta at Sheltand. Junction with B. A O. for Wa t. ington . Also connects at Hs?r withC. V. Railroad for Harr.- . No. 14 and p >inta north. 7.14 P. M. For Berryville, Hagersr w and intermediate Stations. "I br ugh Sleeper via Hag* it tow n to New York. tgf* Rates. sc iedales,and additional ihf? r mutton furnished upon application to Ay of tue Company or? W. B. BKVILL. Af. F. BRAGG Gen'i Pass. Agent. Xray. Pass. AK 1 Roanoke. Va. killthc couch! md CURE TMg LUNCSl WITH Dr. King's \ New Discovery fob C8H8-8 ariffa. ANO AU THROAT ANO LUK6 THOUB' GUARANTEED 8 ATISPAWV OB MONET REFUNDED. nun rr??tw wm cs. g .01\KY1 r BELTING, BELTING, Leather and Gandy Belting'. We are Agents for thc National Leather Belting Co., 11 J can furnish belting: promptly at toottom prices. Cal1 to see us. J. A. Dysart <SaCo., Woodstock, Va.