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woooarro k, va. FRIDAY, SEHTEHBER 2, 1910. Entered at the Post Office, at Wood x Va., Sf second-class matter. SHENANDOAH VALLEY LOAN ANO TRUST COMPANY. WOOUSIOwK, V1KQ1NIA. -to: Money loaned at 0 per cent, on real d collateral security. v i deposits received in suras of |].00 or over, and interest allowed on sa: r. For particular! address the Oom ? Ofltoe, or cull on J. W. Eberly, Strsabuqr; G. \V. Win lioburg i P< s- farajbaoker, Mt ion ; or S. K. Hoover, Niw Market Vi. GENERAL LOYAL NEW8. Slippers at cost at J. L. Shaffer's. V pants from Ma up to ;;.;;:> ut Shaffer - Ba] your fall shoes at Glenn a ll leather. i fall clothing for n.en'and bo. I cl from the manu Wewlll save you monoy. T. i ? jUsl received our big line of fall l for men. women and childrer. J. L. Sba tier. den Glee Minstrel will be in jr * Monday night, v | The only living Black Pitt ? - lg s.^veral selections, j ll 1'at your savings in the Saving Department ol the Shenandoah -."alley Loan A Trttil Co., Woodstock. Va., compound interest. ll A upwards receiv - . ngi listitution in the . cumulation of the I tl laboring men, women an Dosey in the 4 per cent Ce Mien. Valley Loan ., Woo-datoek, Va. St> id. lutero* pay --ni-annually, and Certi lettes . tune siter six months . when in need of y want prices on i. I r I) Kastern kl] i-te-'Ck ou th. Any special or? al attention. J. L Shall il t-ak Garage ll about ny ?i.i ba immodate automo ones as well as : .iris of ll e ma* I i ril ^ promptly. Dur 5000 Fe trie See Bia Show. \ variously estimated eight thousand peo Woodstock Wednes? day is the old reliable Bobim - IO Bi? Shows. s fully up to its reputation as one of the oldest an aerie a's shows. IH0TICE. Balta Pillia k New .. orders will i i ?onal attention. T. I THE VALLEY TIIRNHKE. Turnpike whick tor ^ had the reputation of teeing roads in the L'nited i. injured by the . -.omobile travel and has be? come .ii. The niacadaui IO ors cu.atructed with /ons but will not last under om. To hav. a preeeo! curura re tiie use of alieavy . binder. A road con w .11 be smooth and free from dui - lasting qualities will com*.- additional <x bl ko ter nu ned. but thc lh Valley should continue reputatlos of having one of lilt ..ads in the country, A Card of Thanks return my sincere thanks ?a ho fought the tire list '? A DJ Stave I Powell'l Kurt and by their prompt *v .ed much valuable proptit*.. ihe reports published in rn greatly ex ager ate(*- Ti i stock will not ex ; y barrel factory at Woodstock will not be interrupted by? re. Raspsctfallf, Jno. EL Gbakll. INTED?Cosmopolitan Maga -??rvices of a repie ? ?ntative in V k to look after ipuon leiewals and to extend strealattos by special methods which 1 ? proved unusually successful. Salary and commission. Previous ex? perience desirable but not essential Whole lime or spare time. Addn-*s, with referenc. 3. H. C. Campbell. Cos* mopolitan Miff salas, 17*9 Broadway. Ne* V0: lt Sa\td his Leg. "AU tomki I'd lose ray leg," write* J. A. hmm I a, of Watertown, Wis. "Ten ye-.rs of eczema, that ll doiKSTS could not cure, bad at last l??d me up. Then [Sudden's Arnica Salve cared it, sound and well." Infallible for Skin Eruptions, Kczema. Salt tt'ieiim, Bolls, Fever Sores. Burns, Scalds, tuts and Tiles. 25c at Schmitt'* Drug Store. Two men in a nearby county were Partied bj trading a snake sleeping with them in bed. That's about the l?*tsta-<e, gentlemen: better "cut it out.'-"A in. star. Dont waste your money buying plaster-* Mien you cati get a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment for twenty live cents. A piece of tlannel dampened with this liniment is superior to any plaster for lame back, pains rn the mide and chest, and much cheaper. Sold by Walton k Smoot. Mrs. Fauna Thompson Murphy, ol C-edarreh*. Kaas . visited Miss Nan fist*! ttet vf*k. PERSONALS. Mr F. M. Fravel is visiting in Ls Porte, Indiana. Mrs. K. V. Riddleberger is visiting Mrs. M. W. Magruder. Mr. W- T* Williams was in Wash? ing this weok on business. Mr. Ira Sheets, ol Washington, visited relatives di Calvary. Miss Margie Bowman bas returned from a visit to Tom's Brook. Mr. Robt Lambert, of Washington was in Woodstock Friday. Miss Sud ie Butt has returned from a visit lo friends In Linden, Vi. Mrs. P L. Yates, of Harrisonburg, is Visiting, Mis. Gi-ove Kneisley. Mr. Ralph Feller, of Washington is flatting relatives In Woodstock. Mr. WUliaOB I'lerce, Jr., of Rdi? mond is visiting Mr Henry E Crabiil. Mr. John B* Locke of Newport ' News is visiting his old home in this ! place. Mr. W a Thomas, of St. Joseph Mo., spent part of this week in this place Mrs. Virginia Geary is visiting her sons, Messrs. M Geary and Leo ' < Geary. Miss Annie Lock of Charles Town | is the guest of her cousin Mrs Russel Boyer. Miss Clara Brown of Washington > < is spending ber vacation at Hotel I lloltzraan. I Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Feller, of ' Washington are visiting relatives near town. Mr. and Mrs. William Irwin, of Newark, Ohio are visiting bis mother in Ibis place. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pence, of Roanoke are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Souther-land. Mrs. Frank Chandler of Strasburg visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jno. S. Hoshour- this week. Dr. and Mrs. Pence returned to Washington after a short stay with Mr. Wjn. Renee. Misi Kathleens Smith of Concord, N\ C. was the guest of Mi*?9 Nannie Williams ibis week. Mr. and Mrs. Wallen, of Richmond, and Missess Lebev, of Savanah, Ga., visited Mr. Wm, Pence this week. Mr. Leonard Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Keller and children, have re? turned to Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs Robert Lambert, of Washington, are visiting Mr. Lam? berts mother and sister at Green Hill. Mr. Robt. Shlpe and family return l* 1 to their horne near Staunton Tues? dav after spending several weeks with relatives in this section, Miss Katheryn Shank, of Washing? ton, ll visiting her uncle, Rev. S. EL Cooley, on North Main Street. Miss Georgie < Ht returned to her home in Washington Thursday after a visit to her Cousin, Miss Annie Clower. Miss Minnie Snapp of New Market and guest Miss Brock of Jacksonville Florida ipeni this week with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Spiker. Miss Nancy Pierce has returned to tier home in Richmond after s, ending the past month with friends in this [dace. Mr. Stanford Soutberland has re? turned from Union Hall, Va, ular,1 he was called by the death .of a rela? tive. Mr. and Mrs. Overcarsh have re? turned to their home in Charlotte, N. C., after a visit to her parents Dr and Mrs. J? A. Snyder. Mrs. M Schroat and 'grand daugh? ter Miss Auna Stewart have returned to their horne in Washington after spending the summer at Riverside. Dr. and Mrs. John Vivian have re? turned to their home in Washington after sanding seueral months at the Geary Hotel. Mis-.es Carrie Lee Newman, of Keswick and Beulah Newman ot Mt. Clifton are visiting Capt, and Mrs. G, W. Koontz. Mrs Margaret A alla S andMr. Fred Young, returned to Washington the hr st of the week, alter a visit to Dr. and Mrs. diaries Biedler, on Muhlen burg St. Mrs Margaret Smoot lias returned to ber home near Woodstock, after Visiting ber daughters, Mrs H. Lee Young and Mrs. John Simpson. Mrs. George Gearing has returned |0 her home in this ol ace, after an ex? tended visit in West Virginia and Maryland. Messrs. Harry Skyles and J. R. Skyles are spending their vacation with Rev. and Mrs. N. H. Skyles. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Walton are visiting Mr. W's partents, Hon and Mrs. M. L. Wajton. Mr. Walton is Manager of the International Har* testing Co. and is located at Hamil? ton. Ontario, Canada. < ol. J. C. Baker and little grand daughter, of Stephens City, are guests of Maj. J. W. Magruder. Rev.andMrs.il. M. Canter ant daughter, of Alexandria, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Calvert, or South 'burch street. Capt. and Mrs. W G. Campbell, who have treen spending sometime ariah Mrs. Campbell's sister, Miss Fannie Ott. returned to their borne in Concord, N. C., Tuesday. ^m i m~ - " Social Events The young gentlemen of the town Kaveamost delightful dance to the young ladies on .Tuesday evening in the skating rink. The success of the evening was due largely to the untiring efforts of Messrs J. *M> Miller and Lester Koontz who were in full charge.. The rink was tastefully decorated with irennaDts and college banners. Music was furnished? by Shaffer's orchestra, consisting of nine pieces. A number of visitors were present from adjoining towns. Punch was served throughout the evening and at a late nour a delight? ful luncheon wa? served. The patronesses were, Mesdames tf. C. Ford, F. M. Fravel, J. D. Orabill, John Duiin, James Bowman I -ad Wilber Newman. WOODSTOCK BOYS WIN AT ALEXANDRIA. Capt. Fogal's Men Captured 1st Money In Free-for-all Race and 2nd in State Race. LURAY WINS STATE RACE. The Reel team of the Shenandoah * Kire Company of Woodstock, captur*", ?d two of the most valuable prizes at j :he Annual Convention of the Virgin- ] ia State Firemen's Association at , Alexandria last Friday, and easi ly I ? ihowed its superiority over thc eiffhtj teams entered. The races were run in ', i steady downpour of rain, over a | ? ?vet course, which accounts for thc >!ow time made. If you study the otti iial time, which follows, you will ?eadilv see that the Woodstock boys iud other teams out classed and after i hard davs racing in the rain they vere able to '-come back" at Q o'clock n the evening, in their fourth race, ind b>at their average time, thereby binning the Free-for-all race iu 112 i-f) seconds, defeating one of Ihe strongest teams in the Association, ihs Harrison boys. THK STATE BAOT The first race for Association teams >nly, for a prize of $100 00 and cu&to ly of the Trumpet was won by Luray n S4 seeonds. The official time is is follows: Harrisonburg.3* seconds Newport News.44 seconds Woodstock.SS seconds Front Royal.381-2 seconds Lexington.40 seconds Strasburg.36 seconds Shenandoah.IS seconds Luray .34 seconds Woodstock, Shenandoah City and strasburg tied for the second prize of '50.00 in 35 seconds. In the run ol! *Voodstock out distanced Strasburg md won over Shenandoah City by a larrow margin. The official time foi ?econd place wai Woodstock.31 4-8 seconds Shenandoah .332-5 seconds Strasburg.381-5 seconds thk B1UEE rou-A M.. Harrisonburg.31 4-5 seconds Newport News.32 seconds Woodstock. 31 4-5 seconds Front Royal.34 1-2 seconds Lexington.36 seconds Strasburg.*>2 2-5 secomJs Shenandoah .3s seconds Luray.33 4 5 seeonds Harrisonburg and Woodstock lied or first place and in th<> "run off" Woodstock won the 8100 <><> prize and lavrUonburj; the $50.on in the foilow ng time: Woodstock.31 .'e-5 seconds Harrisonburg.33 1-5 seconds WOODSTOCK LEADS IN AVERAGE TIME The follo-vin,..*- table shows the aver ige time each team made. The Wood* >tock boys were compelled to make jne more run than any other leam in be races, having tied in both, but >aeh lime they we*-nl down tin- track hey reduced their time ami demon* ?trated tbe fact that thej were able to 'come back": Average time Woodstock, 1 runs, 32 3-4 sec Luray, 2 runs, 33 HO sec. Harrisonburg, 3 runs, 34 1-3 sec Strasburg, 3 runs, 35 1-5 SCO Shenandoah, 3 runs. 35 7-15 sec. Front Royal, 2 runs. 38 sec. Newport News. 2 runs. 3-* see. Lexington, 2 runs, 38 ste The Woodstock team consisted ol ?he following members of the Fire Company. C. L. Fogal, Captain and Trainer. Harry Miller, Lester Hite, Alpha Miller, ut is Russell, Shields Koontz, Kirby OrndorfT, Joe Hite, Charles Coffman, Charles Philips*, Shields Charaan, Renj. Rush. John Miller, Henry Grabill, Clarence Irwin. SUBSTITUTES: Wellington Stickley. Houston Riley. Opening Of Woodstock Public School. The Woodstock Public School will open Monday, Sept. 12th. and all who intend to enter -should do so that day . Those who are seven years old, or will be seven by tbe first of April 1911 should enter at the opening of school. There is a full four-years' High School Course for those prepared for college or desiring a general educa? tion. Theer is a one-year Normal Course for teachers, the satisfactory com? pletion of which entitles the teacher to u certificate without examination good for two or three years. The Grammar, Intermediate and Primary grades have competent, ex? perienced teachers and are open to tbe children of the surrounding country uuon the payment of a small tu'tron lee. The entire school is well equipped in every way to do first class wort and deserves the thoughtful consider allon of all who have children toedu cate. All pupils in the High School wil b- charged a small tuition fee for tin term, one halt payable upon enterin; school and the balance on January 15 1911 i Free permits can only be obtained by application to the Behool Hoard. Woodstock Sehool Hoard. Announcement of the Woodstock High School Normal. The Normal Training Department of the Woodstock High School will OpSB SKIT. 12, 11*10. Tuition is Fkk.k. The training-class certificate is equiv? alent tc a first-grade .certificate. Hol? ders of training-class certificates may have the privilege of completing Ihi profeasional certificate during the life of their certificates. The course i* (me maaaim "/ S*M wWrnfrnt Board Mt] secured at reasonable rates. For furth er information address W. D. G. Wine, Prin., or Miss M. H. COiTKixiK,Director. Pound. The lady who left a coat at a stand on tbe circus ground, last Wednes? day, c?n k-et lt by applying to Um -Bap** u> office. Shenandoah farmers' Home Mu? tual fire Insurance Company. The 31st annual meeting of the Shen intioah Farmers' Home Mutual Fire nsurance Company, was held in the ?OUft Boon on Friday, August !<uh inst. Thsrt wa^ a full sttendsocs ?f the members. Tiie old offlOSM and lirSCtOIS were unanimously alsstsd. ['hey are as follows: Wm. T. Wil? lama, President: R. M. Lantz, Sectv. ind Treas. Directors: Selone Pence. I. S. Wunder, J. H. Garber. J. M 'ainter, E. M. Bushong, Josiah Wis n-.n. S. E. Boyer, W. L. Green aud E *\ Hamey. Thr report of the Directors, which ve publish in full, speaks for itself, fhe large in"rea*-e of Insurance in tb" jast five years is remarkable ar.d lbs ixpenssi of administering the business *>f the eotnpsny, with a membership ol iver fifteen hundred, and an insur nee nf over two million dollars?only 761.75 last year, is still more re nurkabie in this ago of extravagance A NXi AL REPOST. Ihe year jost closed has been an ither prosperous and ?aeosssfol ye sr. 59 policies insuring 1220,150 of prop - rty was issued. Deducting 13 poi? ses, insuring 18,190 which were can elled during the year there is a net -als S2U.-8 NKT INCREASE OF BUSINESS IN li vp: -fEABS. MM. 1157,148 MQ . 174,400 nos. 151,680 000. 234,725 010. 211,960 Total 1929,913 t.<?S- - The losses during the year amount o 12,770,46, 9467,00 more than last ear. 'fhe losses for the past live cars have amounted to 913,578 or 2,715, a year. KXPt.NSKS. "alaries. 1692 50 'ostage. 59.00 "rinting and stationary. Kflce rent and exenMS. 35.70 ron safe. '.'*i.' \ examination of books, etc. Total 181 - 0 Deduct the cost ol saf?\ not current \\pen?fs. the operating expense! hav* >*-en 9761.75. Certainly a very small um when you consider the conpany las now over two million of dollar >f insurance and over fifteen hundred lumbers. BALANCE ON HAND Vou will ste from the- report ot \\ ? ? Morer that we carry over into m I rear a balance of 12,111.29, which is at, I't larger than last year, sith* ugh be losses were 1457.00 greater and p isment wai about eighteei ent less than last vi ar. LIVE STOCK. Live-tock insured durios the year imouoted to I 1,340, '1 here were r o ^?.. i, We ra ll the stt< I of our ben to this nee feature which basil r operal ri ess han a yes he ri- ?: i il best liv* Si* ck :*-. turance obtainable. All live stock is insured sgslosl I re snd ': htnii 'j for vin-.' fourths of the actual cash value nut in the event of loss or dan.age the tompsny is not liable for an amounl greater theo 1125, for a horse or mule, 150, a head for cattle, - on cow, 5, for a h**g and f.'t. for a sheep. The nsurance covers only snlmsli in tarns, stables, ar.d shedi attached md in yards adjoining. AIM OP WEB 'i< RS. The aim of your Directors h-. s b?tn to kop tbe cost of insurar.ee down to the lowest possible point, by careful inspection and selection of all r.< w risks sod the*) ask ths co*operstios of the membt i - Should you know property Im t?ne iiiph, or in bad condition, or ss hrs hazardous, report to lbs Pl-esi* dent or Secretary ard they will ha\e the matter investigated, and if proper to do so, the Hoard of Director-, will cancel the policy. I^et our aim be:? "Insure only good risks with good men behind them.'" Kesj i ctfulli submitted, Board of Dntn toes, Bj the President. Woodstock, Va , Aug. 26, 1910. Church Notes. \ Regular services were held in the ! Reformed, Episcopal and Methodist churches morning and Bight and in iii-- Lutheran church at night. Communion services were held in the Presbyterian church Bunda] moaning. Dr. Rufflier, of Front Royal preached morning and evening Rev. D. H. Rhodes will hold an all day meeting at Zion's Church, Mastoi Maurertown, Sunday. Sept 4th. Ree. J, A. Snyder. D. D. will preach in the Lutheran church nexl Sunday at the morning service. Mrs R. C. Anderson Mrs. Roby Tolbard Anderson, will of Mr. R. C. Anderson, died at theil home in Long Ueach, California, las Wednesday momiog at 1:90 o'clocl from an attack of brights di-- eel Sged 23 years. She is survivtd by be father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Tol bard, formerly of Mill Creek W. Va. her husband and one daughter, Vii ginia. Mrs. Anderson had many warm friends in Woodstock, where Mr conducted a jewelry store for several years, who will be shocked to hear o' her untimely death. BOYS TO GIVE BIG PAIR. Harrisonburg, Va., Au. ?!?Tbs Rockingham Boya! Corn Club has de? cided to bold a fair and offer atti ac prilSS fv>r corn exhibits. Tbe ex? hibition will probably be held in con-j junction with the big poultry show on t DecemlK*r 1 and B, and already en-' tbusiasts arr predicting that this will form the basis for a great annual ex-' bibition which will rival tbe annual event at Hager stown. Tbe < orn Club lias about oO member t. The Harrisonburg Horse Show it a thing of the pa-t, and ever since the failure of the association and the an? nouncement tbat the shows which had J been given annually for IS jesrs ' would be discontinued, there has - been a steadily increasing sentiment for a revival of the old-fashioned fair. WOODSTOCK'S POPULATION hill tl.i census i'-reau lias hot vet announced tbe population of ? stock, it would, ?>e think, be safe to estimate the increase of p D ul about 3d per Sent. When we consider that in the d - from l MO lo 1900. there was an I ires* eif but one,from 1068 to abo it H00,an increase of 30 per ceht.il Wi y encouraging. Woodstock is keeping pace with the general progressive spirit of the a^e. A number of new residences snd business houses have been erected; two ice manufacturing plants, pure mountain water, ore Bl ctiric plant in operation and an? other- under consideration, one of the largest flour mills in thc Valley, a Dumber of line churches, oiled str??'t>. and other enterprises indicate tho progress of the town. As a residence town Woodstock is one of the most delightful In the state. We have nearly all the conveniences of thc eily and the attractions of the coun? try . Located in the midst cf a fertile agricultural section, we have an abundance' of agricultural products, fruits ol all kinds, and can boast I ?:' :he line stock ol horses, cattle, logs, ic. Followed Jackson In the Valley. Whitacre, Va., Aug. 29 ?Mr. Silas K. Heltzcl, of Arbisonia, Huntington Monty, Pa., is visiting friends in this vicinity . He is now stopping at the lome of his sister-iu-law and nephew, Mrs. Kate and J. F. Ilelt/.el. He is a saddler and harriss maker and learn? ed his trade at Woodstock. Va., vhere his brother, the late George EJeltzel. also served bis apprentice* ihlp as tinner 'nore than forty yean IgO* Be is now 00 years old. Mr. He-lt/.e! followed BtOfl WI Jackson throughout lbs Valley and bro igfa this lection to Bloomery snd Dther points. Friendi were delighted to grasp thc iand of this stranger brother of i neighbor, and proud, ar ?1 ny -on of I ? ll should be, t" mother <ie fernier ol the south'. ?ause. ? Win. Star. Mr. [lei-icy went from Woodstock. sith Co. B, of the 33rd Virginia icgi* ?iient and a Bargeant of that cum ?any. His old aci.iuaiutai.ces will be j:Aid to welcome him to Woodstock. The harness establishment at which ie learned bis trade is still in opera lion in Woodstock and is low o\ei 10 \? ari old. MOTHER GRAYS SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, A OrtainR?>Ii.t for F??\ <-r i?h nos, Tonnl ililli io ll, ll i' li ll il r h ?, ?Mum.i. le Trouble*, Tr rt ti I Hf* IM * o r il r r ?, tai Di--.troy Worm*. I ? ? lit .nU nu < ..ON Trade M^rk. in 14 houri Au. JJcta. Don't accept Sampl* n;ail*>d KKK**'. A<Hr*?i an> substitute. A. S. OLMSTED. Le Roy. N.Y. Backed by Uncle Sam That's the lereice you -get, when you i . p j our dru| - from us. Just pb or s The R. F. D. .ts it to your door in a "jiiTy " iccatse we lill thc order? * swaj. The next tims you order dru: ??Send it to Schmitt's. SCHMITT'S DRUG STORE, The Store for Quality. As we said before IF YOU BUY A WATCH HERE And it doesn't do as we si*id it would for thc lent'tb ol time we said it would, we want you to bring it back. Wi- sell you watch satisfaction. That means accuracy. And we are not only willing. but anxious to make all wrongs right. IO years food wntch service will cost you $12 00 or more. Id IbOSS tWSOtj years or more, \ou'll tall have lo bring your watch to our repair dt"e.irtnient occasionally lo keep it In run? ning trim. The watch won't take a week's holidays in the SO years. That's cheap time-telling, isn't Hf Try a ROCKFORD and be convinced. R. L. Bargelt j The Reliable Jeweler and Optician. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA KODAKERS, THIS WILL INTEREST YOU. W( have- an improvement in the old joods and the old methods for ama* *ur photographers and those who use land came van, kodaks km. lt you want to get good and satis actoiy rssults bright clear pictures, Htte:- tin.n you have been getting, we san furnish you the cameras and films ,hat do it. When you deal with us, buy u saraera or the films, we will give you ihe benefit of our long experience with pleture making. This ls worth some bing. A full and complete Hoe of cameras-, large and small, A full ine of films that will fit any kodak oe Munera. Chemicals, dry plates and papers* Kodak films develop ul for 10c and .he work done promptly and correctly. Kodaks and cameras rented by tbs lay or week, Remember this name, ?Ansco." It stands for all that ts atest and best in cameras, films and shsmicsls. MORRISON STUDIO, Woodstock, . - Virginia. A CARD. 1 take this method of informing my friends and the public that I hav8 -egained my health sullk-ently to at ;end to practice, in town for country, light or day. f:Ml I). D. CASTES, M. D. BONES! BONES! BONES. 1 will buy bones for cash at my place it Calvary. Brine them within the iext 90 day-. M. F. Kmswiller. luff. YA.-.At. I'd. Fine Apples The HERALD is under obligation to Mr. S.A. Shaffer for speoimens of very large sweet apples. They were (lae and toothsome. Mr. John Gochenour left at the Herald office fine specimen si of Woolf Kiver, Red Streak, Baldwin and Vii finis Beauty apples. For bargains ia waists, skirt*, kc, rs to Shatter's. NOTICE. Pa rt iel desiring* to take ou: an? nual toll tickets for gates Nos. 6 and 7 on the Valley Turnpike, will please call on me prior to Sept. 1, and secure the same. Et. D. Newman, Director. Woodstock, Va. < < criptions A Specialty. 9 ? This is more than a mere 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? cerned. '"ASK YOUR PHYSICIAN." WALTON & SMOOT, "THK DRUGGISTS* Woodstock, - - Virginia. -PROMPT DELIVERY.'* ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased to announce to our customers and the com? munity in general that we now carry in stock a complete line ot Standard Patterns. It you want a pattern you don't have to wait. We will ap? preciate your pattern busi? ness. All seams allowed. Yours tor business. T. GLENN LOCKE Clearance Sale. Maybe you haven't been a customer ot this store; maybe you've never known the great advantages to be had in buying and wearing Hart Schaffner and Marx clothes; maybe you've thought them high-pniced. too costly for you. Whether you have or not, here's a chance to learn something- about clothes values that you'd better not pass by. If you haven't known Hart Shaffner & Marx clothes by experience, you ean get a line on something extra goods the knowledge will be worth something to you; and we're willing to give you part of the price on these summer suits to induce you to get this infor? mation and experience. We've marked our remaining stock of summer uitd spring suits at a clearance price; new goods, not sold yet: must get them out of fall goods way. You get the benefit. If you know what Hart Schaffner & Marx's name in clothes means, you dont need to be told what this sale represents. We are now giving 1-4 off. B. Sutherland & Son, WOODSTOCK, VA.