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Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued every Fridav evening hy H. B. WOOD, Entered at the Monterey postofflce as second class matter. Monterey. Va.. Friday, Mar. fl 100(5 A list of Senators who are rail* war director* or stockholders would make interesting reading at this lime. Last Sa'urduv the House passed 410 pension bills in 04 minutes Probably the reason it did not pass more, was that there were no more to pass. lt develops that it. was not alto? gether throng!) the goodness nf its heart tlint German? abandoned the proposed turill war against the United States It is claimed that the Senate ex? pects the House to kill the pure food bill, but it is not believed tnat "Speaker Cannon" is that kind of The Pennsylvania railroad's re? port shows that its net income last vear wai $38,000,000. lt is going to be difficult for politicans to un? derstand why a road so prosperous will not invite its friends to an oc? casional free ride. A San Francisco man has lost the power of speech as a result of taking his whiskey straight and us ing kerosene as a "chaser," The San Francisco brand will usually turn the trick without the aid of kerosene oil. Our Washington Letter. Wnethe pure food bill passed the Senate its most pernicious fea* tutes had bteniso removed bv var? ious amendments that, although it still retained his name, Senator Hepburn required an introduction to it, as he could not recognize it as his own. By the time the House gets through with it we will prob? ably have a good pure food bill, as it only needs a few additional amendments to make it the same as the amendment, offered by Senator Money, which is conceded tobe the best food bill offered at this session Senator Bailey's speech on this bill was one of the ablest made this session in the senate, and he tan? gled Senator McCumber so skill? fully that he looked like a bunch of bow knots on a bed spring. Placing the rate bill in thc hands of Senator Tillman marks the first time in our history that the fight foran administration measure has been led bv the leader of the min? ority party and must depend mi the votes of the mittori tv for passage This proves that the railway rate question is good Democratic doc? trine, and like the ship subsidy bill is just a little more Democratic thunder stolen by the Republicans to make them popular with the people. John W Yerkes, Commissioner of Internal Reyenue, a Republican, who is considered one of the shrew best politicians in the country, pre? dicts a Democratic majority in the House at the next session. He says that internal wrangles among the Republicans in various parts of the country make this a strong prob? ability. Dr R G Eccles, of Brooklyn, an eminent authority on food and food adulteration, and leading chemist, gave some startling testing nv be? fore the House Committee at its hearing on the pure ford bill la t week. After showing that in the small quanities in which preserva? tives are used commercially they are no nwr" harmful proportion? ately than common salt, he present? ed some official Government statis? tics proving conclusively that deaths had insreased from microbic disease* wherever "anti-preserva? tive" laws had been adopted, and had decreased wherever the u^e of preser vol ives had been permitted. In North Dakota, in a pingie year after the use of preservatives had been stopped, the number of deaths had increased nearly sixty percent In Berlin. Germany, under the same conditions, the death rate in? creased seventy-two per cent. In Chicago, where tlie use of preserva tire*** is steadily increasing, the death rate has dropped from 707 per 10.000 population in 1890 to 347 per 10.000 nt the present time, more than one half. Flood Withdraws. Represenative H D Flood, of Virginia, who had been mentioned chairman of the democratic con? gressional committee, announced his withdrawal in favor of Reprea tive Griggs, of Georgia. This. it. is believe:!, insures the election of Griggs at the meeting to he held next Tuesday night. Griggs was chairman Ol the committee four years ago. His election will be ac? claimed as a Hearst victory in some circles. A full stock tailored snits, shirlo wraps and furs at I Q Simmons. The iargest stock ever shown in the valley. Come and make your se? lection. a*?*?ft?^^ '-Voffl Our ?$l?erVHIa^. Mar6?In regard to Ihe weather We give the almost universal re? marks?"dust as I expected" "I knew it was coming." The rainfall hist Saturday was heavier than any one day for the past two years. In low places the water stood in ponds. There is still a great deal of sick? ness, cold, grip, etc,and the Dr is kept busv. Dr H H Jones was down Sunday to see Mrs Susan Leech. Mrs Jim Siron is quite sick with mettle-rash. Mrs John McGuffin is no netter. She seems to grow vveaker. Mrs W T Alexandrr is some bet? ter. Her sister, Miss Bessie Burke, of Marble Valley is yisiting her this week. Mr Bernie Crowley spent Sunday at home, Miss Louie Siple is visiting her brother, Mr J G Siple. Mr A A Alexander had a very sick horse Sunday. Miss Ida Quidore closed her school Friday. Mr J J Hiner has two weeks more to teach. Mr James Michael is verv proud of his new daughter. Mrs Laura R iberts was adjudged insane last Tuesday by a Board of Lunacy and application made for her at the W S Hospital in Staun? ton, there being fifteen applications ahead of her. She was sent to Monterey for safe keeping until there is a vacancy at the hospital. Mr F C Hoover, business mana ger of the J P Houck Tanning Co, of Stokesville, Va, was around yes? terday looking for hands for the coming bark peeling season. Mr L B Bvrd was making egg crates yesterday. E A McNulty was wishing that the hens would let up a while. The New Salem boys have or? ganized a debating society to meet every Friday night. Next Friday night thev have up love and money. Mrs J H Hidy is improving. Mr and Mrs W H Vance, who were right sick last week are bet? ter. Mrs J G Siple has grip and sore throat. Miss Mary Vance ?s at home, her school having closed last week. Pat To The Fruit Growers of Virginia Sirs:?As the time from now un? til the buds begin to push out is very short, and ihe dormant season is the very best time to spray oren ards for the San Jose Scale, we wish to urge vou to act at once: W-i'h ven few exceptions, trees infested with San Jose scale will die unless they are treated. It will spread to the orchards near and destroy them also, The law requires all infested or? chards to be treated, If vou treat the orchards CARE FULLY, you will be able to check the pest and keep the trees in good condition Treat the entire orchard in which infested trees are located, for there may be plenty of scale on trees to breed and injure them badly before the summer is over and yet not enough to show up to any extent at this time. The lime-sulphur wash is recom? mended fur this purpose, and should be made as follows: Take an iron kettle that will hold about twenty gallons; place over a fire and put four to five gal? lons of water in it. When the water gets w^rni. add fifteen pounds of good, qu ck lime,then.as soon as slacking begins, stir with a wooden paddle or hoe and udd fifteen pounds of sulphur. Continue to stir hrisklv so as to mix it well with the lime, and add boiling water as needed so as to bring the mass into a thick paste. Si ir web while in this condition and mash all lumps, then add five pounds ot salt and enough water to make twelve or fifteen gallons. BOIL THE MIXTURE VIGOROUSLY for forty minutes, and then strain into the spray barrel and add water to make fifty gallons. This wash will not affect the scale, unless it is well c<toked. Stir the mixture occasionlv while cooking to prevent it from cakiig to the bottom, and add hot water when necessary t<> prevent it from boiling down to a thick mass. This method of preparation is suited to small orchards. A more complete outfit will be necessary, if a large orchard is to be treated. Either cold or hot water mav be used in diluting the mixture, AFT? ER IT HAS FINISHED COOK ING, and it i?< better to put part nf the water into the sprav barrel and pour the lime-sulphur mixture in? to it. Sprav this mixture on the trees so thoroughly as to coat every part full v. For fuither informa tion. see bulletin 141 with circular 38 attached, or adaress the State Entomologist, Blacksburg, Va. Respectfully, J L Phillips, Slate Entomologist A Scientilic Wonder The cures that stand to its credit make Bncklin'a Arnica Salve a scientific won? der, "t cured E R Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry, Waynsboro Pa., ot a d'str essing case of Piles. It heals the worst burns, sores, boils, ulcers, cuts wounds, chilblains and salt rheum. Only 25c at K ll Trimble's drug store. ^?^JMaadaTaSil*^^ A difficult Otfratftfi. M ? Matheny, of Travelers' Re? pose brought his wife on No 1 last night to Hinton Hospital suffering with gallstones and locked bowels. As death was inevitable without an operation this was p-rformed this morning It was found that in ad? dition to her other trouble-s the gallstone had ruptured through the galebladder,allowing all the bile to be poured into the abdominal cavi she stood the operation well and while there is little hope of recov? ery, she has a fighting chance to recover. DrGFHull, her physi? cian was present and assisted at the operation.?Hinton Daily News, March 2d. The lady referred to is the wife of our former citizen, Mr M E Ma ? henv, who, last vear moved from Naples to Barlow, and their High? land friends will regret to learn of their affliction. Mrs Mathenv is a daughter of Mr John E Gum, now of Warm springs. A late message, received at Bartow. is encouraging, and her physicians are hopeful of he recov? ery. ' Death of A-thur P Zirkle. Craigsville. March 2. ? Mr. Ar? thur P Zirkle died here today aged 58 vears. He was a native of New Market, the son of John D Zirkle a prominant man of Shenandoah county. He leaves a wife and five children. The remains, accompanied by family and Rev J E Ballou, will be teken to New Market tomorrow for interment Sunday. Mr Zirkle was a brother of Mrs I H Trimble, of Monterey. Monterey, va. Feb 17-05 At a meeting of the Monterey Switchboard Co, at their office in Monterey, Va, the following officers were elected: President, Harry C Lunsford. Secretary, W H Hiner; Treasurer, E B Whitelaw. Directors.?J. S. Gibson, W. H. Hiner, C T Shumate, T J Rexrode, C W Trimble, D H Peterson, Dr I H Trimble, General Manager. Call for switchboard two longs. Emergency call continued shorts. -. ?#i Fulwiler Appointed Postmaster; ? Mr R A Fulwiler was appointed postmaster of the Staunton postof fice on March 2nd. Fulwiler's nomination was held up for several davs as a courtesy by the Virgiui.i senators at the request of those opposing confirmation to give them time to be heard, but the charges preferred against him were considered by the committee as tri? vial, aud the report was according Iv made. The testimonials as to character and executive ability of Mr Fulwiler were of the highest.? Dispatch-News. -t-t/t-, Notice! Administrator's Sale As Administrator Lucinda F Deyericks, I will sell at the resi? dence of the deceased at Headwaters Virginia, on Monday, the 26th dav of March 1906, at public auction, the following described personal property; 1 horse, 2 cows, 1 2-year old heif? er. 5 sheep, 1 road wagon, 1 buggv, 1 set double harness, 1 iron kettle, 1 copper kettle, lot of walnut lum? ber, 2 spinning wheels. 1 washing machine, 1 churn, 1 mahogany side board, 1 walnut chest. 1 sew? ing machine 1 heating stove, 1 cook stove, 1 safe, 1 cupboard, chairs, bedsteads, tables and other things ton tedious to mention. Terms-On all purchases amount? ing to $5 or more a credit of eight months with good security. On ail purchases amounting to less than $5 cash will be required A H Jones Administrator One would think the Laxative idea in a cough syrup should have been advanced long before it was. It seems the on!y rational remedy for coughs and colds would be to move the bowels and clean the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs at the same time. Ken? nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar does this. It is the Original Laxa? tive cough Syrup, the best known remedy for coughs, col ts, croup, whooping cough, etc. Tastes good and harmless. Sold by K H Trimble. -?-s>a>a-. A Lively Tussle. wiih that old enemy of the race, consti? pation, often ends in appendicitis. To avoid all serious trouble with stomache. liver or boweis, take Dr King's New Life Pills They perfectly regulate these or? gans, without pain or discomfort, 25c at K U Trimble druggist. TheHunter E-ZApart Reel Price $5.00 The Hunter Free Spool REEL Price $8.00 Best reel* made. Send for list. The Merlin Cartridge & Target Co, Cleveland, Ohio. Sp worth League. The Monterey League met in bus iness session Wednesday night. Feb 28. The officers of the Junior League were confirmed. Thev are as follows; Secretary, Henderson Bishop; First vice-President, For? est Slaven; Second Vice President, Vernon Dickenson; Treasurer Thomas Ogilvie; Librarians, Con? nell Hiner and Elbert Gum; Eve? lyn Jones, Organist and Vernon Dickenson, assistant. Officers for the ensuing term were elected sor the Senioi Lpague President - - EB Jones First Vice President - H F Slayen 2d VicePresideut Miss Phoebe Jones Secretary - Mrs Cliff Matheny Treasurer - Miss Rosa Wiseman Editor League Column - DeWitt A Beery The time for the devotional meeting was fixed for 3pm each Sunday of the month. The Senior League meets each Sunday except the fourth at which time the Jun? ior Leaguers will hold their devo? tional services. The following leaders are ap? pointed for March, and they are expected-to prepare their own pro? grammes: March ll, E B Jones; March 18, V B Bishop, Prayer Meeting Topic For Sun? day, March ll. The Christian Life?Eph 4:20 5: 2. No department of League work is of so much importance as the De? partment of Worship, and it is a hopeful sign when Leaguers begin to1 enquire how they may realiz the most from their devotiona meetings. The Lpague makes thi tnquiry and looks for an answer through the League Column, No rule can be given which would meet the needs of every Leaguer and of everv meeting, somewhat will depend on the spiritual condi? tion of the League and the topic l< be considered. The suggestion ol the First Vice President, that the first meeting for a revival of inter? est in thia department of work, bi a consecration meeting, could no? be improved. It will be a success to the extent that Leaguers take advantage J??f it. The following suggestions may prove profitable tn those interested in their own spirit ual growth and that of their com? munity. 1st A right conception of th* purpose of the meeting. We can neither saw wood with h plnw nor rake hay with a crow bat Either is useful in its place, but he who knows not the purpose of tin instrument will make a failure, it matters not how hard he niav work. So unless we see the purpose of our devotional service, we will retun from its meetings, saying, "No use, we can't do anything." Its pur pose is not, social; that is provided for under another department. Nor is its purpose to train in reading or other library work. As much as we need such advantages and de velopment, we must look for them at some other time. This hour should be used for our spiritual growth, "growth in grace." Our parents lament that they are noi better prepared for every religious work, and often because they had not opportunity for such spiritual development, but greater will be our regret if, having opportunity we fail to improve it. We need ti exercise ourselves in public prayer, in public testimony, aud in feeling and expressing the truths which the Bible teaches us. 2nd. A personal interest. Every one expecting to be bene? fited must feel a personal interest. It is for me. We may expect with as much reason, to sit and watch others eat, and get strong ourselves from it, as to let some one else d" all our talking and praying, while we sit by and grow strong spirit? ually. We can be a help to each other, but only willing hearts art* blessed, and whether the part we can do be little or much we do it for our own benefit and for the good it mav do others. If everv one should attend the devotional meetings fully determined to hear Impart the best he could, evet though it be no more than to re? peat a passage of Scriptures, utter sentence prayer, or speak one word in Christian testimony, every meet? ing would glow with religious zeal and everv willing soul would he blessed and made stronger. 3rd Preparation to meet desired end. The topic in connection with the Scripture lessson should be studied by every member. Studv it as though vou were the leader, to get all from it you possibly can. N" one person, nor any number of per? rons have ever found all the troths Connected with any part, of the Scriptures. There is something there yet for you to find and tell. ?Ve often think because others have studied the Billie more than we, no use for us to try to see any thing new, but there is something you can find that has been hid from the wise and '?prudent1" and revealed to those who think of themselves as babes. Be diltigent in research. Study anything you can find on the lesson. Draw from every truth possible aud your faith fulness will be fully rewarded in a blessing to yourself in eyery meet? ing and in helpfulness to others Idleness obtains no prize. Sloth? fulness no riches. God does not, where man will not. A Guaranteed Cure For Piles Itching, blind, bleeding, protruding Piles, Druggist are authorized to re? fund your money if Pazo Ointment fails tb core in 6 to 14 days, 50c. as^?fc^'f>i<a^;?^r>7at?->*i;*AoM^?^/iv^,i?-jsv^ ?*jiEOn If he tells you to take Aycr's Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble, then take it. If he has anything better, then take that. ? But we know what he will say; for doctors have used this | cough medicine over 60 years. ? "I hare used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for hard colds, bad couch*, rind Influenza. '' has done me Kreat pood, lti,[ \ bnliove lt in tho bast cough medicine in the world lor all throat and lung troubles."- Eli C. STUAUT, Albany, Oregon. H Mada by J. C. Ayer Go.. Lowell, 2iass. Also manufaoturara of f_ SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. HAIR VIC*)?.. ijers ?HM Keep the bowels open with ono of Ayer's Hills at bedtime, just ono. Commissioner's Office Monterey, Va., Jan 25th, 19CI! To Virginia M Young, J Frank Brad shaw in his own right and as A dmr of Frank Bradshaw, dee'd, Kstaline V Brad shaw, widow, Robert 8 Bradshaw, Nan? nie b Blagg, Ada K Briscoe and Mary C Bradshaw, children of Frank Bradshaw, dee'd. You are hereby notified that I have fixed upon Thursday, the 1st day of vi arch 1906, at ray oflice in Monterey, va. to state, settle and adjust the follow? ing accounts: First An account of the debts against the estate of said Frank Bradshaw, show? ing their dignities and priorities. Second An account of the personal property of winch said Prauklla Brad ?iLaw, died possessed. Thild An account of the transactions or ,i Frank Bradshaw Admrof said estate, and Fourth An account of the real estate of which said Bradshaw, died, seized. \nd he shall report to couit together with any matter specially stated, deemed peitinent by himself or required to be so stated by any of the parties, which ac counts are required to be taken by an or ier of the Circuit Court for Highland ?'ounty entered on the 10th day of Nov. 1905 in a suit in Chancery therein pend ing between Firginia a Young Plaintiff and J Frank Bradshaw &c Defendants, at which time and place you are required '0 attend Given under my hand and as Commis sioi er in chancery of the circuit courts of said county, the day and year afore said. O WILSON, corar. c P Jones & Son, p q Statement of the Financial Condition of The BANK OF HIGHLAND, located at Monterey, in the State of Virginia, at the close of business, Jan 29th, 1900, maUe to the State Corporation Cocmis don. RESOURCES. Dollars els tioans and Discounts 80 990 41 Furniture and Fixtures 441 06 Due from National Banks 3,426 56 Due from tate Banks and Private Bankers 5,233 16 specie, nickels and cents 1,389 44 Paper Currency 4,513 00 Total $95,994 52 LIABILITIES. . Capital stock paid in 15,000 00 Undivided profits, less amount paid for int. expenses and tax. 2,661 57 Individual deposits subject to check 71 611 05 Time certificates of deposit 6,849 04 Due to State Banks and Bankers 372 86 Total $95,994 52 I, J. A. Jones, cashier, do solemnly slvear that the above isa true statement of the financial condition of The Bank of Highland, located at Monterey in the State of ' irginia, at the close of business on the 29th day of Jan 1906 to '.he best of my knowledge and belief. J A Jones, Cashier Correct?Attest: A L Jones, Edwin B Jones, ? Directors Adam Stephenson State of Virginia, County of Highland, Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of Jan, 1906. Lenore Malbany. Notary Public Vly Commission expires Dec 5, 1909. For Good Work call or write to Frank Grim, of Staunton. Va Dealer in Marble, Granite and STATUARY Phone 499 Marquis old stat d HENRY A SLAVEN, P actical Linn >'ih>vkyoh and no tahy Public. Hooters*/, Highland Co., Vb Maps am-' Blue ?;? id a specialty. All w>rk in this line solicited. J. D. Mein I ire & Co , RICHMOND, VA. oust mum mt in mm REFER TO SHIPPERS EVERY WHERE We want Dressed Poultry (undrawn), Game of all kinds, Butter and Eggs. EPTry us for results and quick SALES. u AGENTS FOR THE MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. Loudoun Co. THE HOME INS. CO., N. Y. THE VA, FIRE & MARINE, Richmond, Va. McNulty & Arbogast, successor to McNulty ft Mauz.y All business trusted to me will have prompt attention. R- f. o. Monterey, Va The MlMotaH PtrtJile Ballway Company. St. L.3Ufs, Iron Mountain & Sou Railway Co. 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