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Terms, $1.00 a Year In Advance. Issued crery Frldat evening by H. B. WOOD, S&ITOB -aVXTS P'JBLXSHr^. Entered at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, August 17 1906 Mcdowell n Ens. The Editor seems good at iue?8 ing when be thinks we went fish? ing. Come over and we'll show you how to catch tish. For the joist few weeks our town has been on a regular boom. Mr and Mrs (."faller, of Georgia, arc visiting Kev W C Young. Revs J E Cook and W C Young have just closed a successful meet? ing at Bethlehem. Children's service Sunday night was largelv attended and enjoyed. L B Bf rd left, for Baltimore to dav to accept a position. R Li Bradshaw is now with Me? Nulty Bros. Mr Benj Curry, an agpd and re? spectable citizen, died Monday eve? ning. Funeral service was held in tile presbyterian church by Rev.W C Young .ind be was laid to rest in Oakwood cemetery. .> 0 Hobbs spent last week in Town. Miss Helen Coursey spent last week here. Miss Geiieya Rogers left this morning to visit in Augusta. G C Fifer spent kst week in Mc? Dowell. Miss Anna MeNulty left tin's mon ing for Harrisonburg. E A'McNulty is in West Virgin? ia. Quite a number of visitors are at this place and all seem happy, if it does rain eyerydav. Work will soon begin on the new school building. It will be erected on Tincup Al lev south of town. Several people attended the game at Headwaters Saturday and it end? ed with more than one person nt the bat,but several fanned out, 'Squire Jones will umpire a game the last Saturdy in August. 0 Sports. When to Quit: An English journal requested a number of its largest advertisers to give their opinion* concerning the best time to stop advertising, and the following replies^were re? ceived: When the population ceases to multiply and the generations that crowd on after y< u and never heard of you stop coming on. ? When you have convinced every? body whose life will touch yours that you have better goods and lower prices than they can get anvwhere else. When you stop making fortunes right in your sight solely through the direct use ot the mighty agent. When von forget the words of the shrewdest and most successful men concerning the main cause of their prosperity. When younger and fresher houses in your line cease starting up and using the trade journals in telling people how much better they can do for them than you can. When you would rather haye vour own wav and fail than to take advice and win. A word of truth in a few words: "Nearly all other cough cures are constipating, especially those con taming opiates. Kennedy's Laxa? tive Honey and tar moves thebow cls. Contains no opiates. You get it at K H Trimble's. A jury at Konceverte.W.Va, has brought ina verdict of guilty in the cast of Paxton Grove, charged with criminally assaulting Nora Breedson whU, the girl was elop? ing with the mail who afterwards became her husband. The jury brought in with da verdict a re? commendation fotcleniencva That sort of erime has a" tenden cv to promote lynch law, and if there is the least hesitation on the part of the courts in carrying out the statutes designed for the pun? ishment of men who have less right to live than rattlesnakes ancj mad dogs, it, of course, devoWes upon relatives and friends of the victim to see that justice is done. It is to be hoped that the jurv's recommendation will not be heed? ed, and that the perpetrator oj the most horrible crime of recent jears will pay the full penalty of unh? inged law. Incidentally it is to he boped tkat if such another crimed ever committed in that section th*, victim will be closely related to some of the tender hearted men who have asked for clemency in this unspeakable case.?New? port News (Virginia) Daily Press. Prof Tyler, of Amherst college, said recently: "A man can live comfortably without brains; no man ever existed without a diges? tive system. The dyspeptic has neither faith, hope or charity." Dav bs^^fceoplc realize the im portaoiB ^^_!~.>r tbeir i'tM EeatiiiL> A J k Dy From Headwaters We are having a most remarka? ble spell of wet weather, a couple of good hay showers greet us each time we take up our pitch-fork to look at a shock of hay; verily the old saving is a true one "more rain more rest, massa.*1 and sure the grass is growing which wont fail to make us some fine fall pasture, so are not loud in our complaints of tbe rain. Our series of baseball games and a lawn party came off Saturday evening and night, they were at-, tended by a large gathering ot manv of our neighbors and friends of different communities. We had a sad accident to our local nine in breaking of our pitcher's arm, Mr Bodkin. Our pitcher iii the first j inning in match game with the i Deerfield nine, broke hif. arm iq an I attempt to deliver a third strike on ? the second man at bat. Hr Bod? kin showed remarkable fortitude j in so far that he remained on the i grounds in the condition he was ' in until Dr W R. Siroii, of McDow? ell rendel ed medical aid. The game waa confirmen1 with a new pitcher in the ?'box,1' resulting in a score 7 to 6 in favor of Deerfield. The West Augusta nine also played the Cowpasttire Blue on our diamond immediately alter the other game. Score was largely in fayor of West Augusta team. The ladies realized a nice sum from the lawn party?possibly due to baseball appetite and delicacies that were so tempting. Spectator Notice to Teachers Teachers desiring to teach in Monterey School District are re 'quested to file their applications on | or before the 30th day of August, and to be present on that day to article. Bv order of the Board, li F Slaven, Ok. Monterey, Va, Aug. 16,1900. In this state it is not necessary to serve a five days'notice for evic? tion of a cold. Use the original laxative cough syrup, Kenedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. No op? iates. Sold by K H Trimble. Dr .Ino L Bosworth, chairman of the Randolph Co Board of Health, says in regard to the Syrian leper: "On August 3 we received notice that the Syrian leper, George M. Rashid. who has been moved around from place to place, had been locat? ed in a tent \\ miles from Pickens, Randolph Go, ff.Va, bv the B. & 0. Railroad Co. We at once put, hi rn under guard and isolated him. We will build a comfortable house and take care of him until a proper dis? position of the case can ht made.1' Don't dTag along with a dull, billious, heavy feeling. You need a pill. Use Dc Wi tts Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Do not sicken or gripe, but results are sure. Sold by K H Trimble. Free Beer Is Offered. A beer fight is on at; Clarksburg. Recently tbe Clarksburg Brewing Co announced that they would sell ice for 10c per 100 lbs. The Rey mann Brewing Co, of Wheeling, retaliated by furnishing saloons and other consumers free of charge. This aroused the local brewerv,and an announcement was made to day that free beer would be furnished til consumers. Tbe Rey man ii Co. ?ame back with the word that they would furnish all consumers free beer for 5 years, and as a result, free beer is .being distributed throughout the city to all saloons Mid other consumers. ? Messenger. -.-? 0.? A SYSTEM FOR KEEPING YOUNG ''Here is a summary" writes Har 'iet Martin in New Idea Woman's Magazine for Sept, "of a number of rules that can keep the busiest, ;he most beautiful, the plainest.the cleverest, the stupidest woman, ,'oung i'll her life: Have a consci )us determination to keep sweet, Dentally, a determination to use ?our brains, few or many, as the :ase may be. to develop them in ev irv possible way m order that your ncreasing mentality as the years lass may show in your counte lance; haye a determination, bay ng deyeloped your brains, so to ise them that your words and ac ions may be sensible xnd therefore uitable to your time of life, and bat your dress may evidence a ineness of taste in keeping with -our general good judgment, Hav ng thus r-.ttended to the only part I your life over which you really lave the reponsibilitv, await events lever attempt to hurry them, re? membering that "thy fate is hurrv ng after thee." ja The reason that so many jokes re made about woman's age lies lainly in her strong dependance n her looks. Men, vain as they re, are vain more of their strength ?han anything else. Strength does 10t fade as do women's charms, ,l,t\i as delicate beauty and slender ies?ofform. So the men getting >D in years have the advantage. Just || is00n as women in their ooks-~face an(j figrlire and dress earn how t0 become more, rather man |*^ attractive, the joking viii cease ToCurft^Co,d ,*? one Bay J teSlBroiBO Quinine Table te E We*nd tbe monev if4tfai| jos. 25cVGrove'8 e-?na,ure 1S ' Obituary. ^ Our community was shocked to hoi r of the sad and untimely death o'! our dear brother and esteemed fnxp'd. William Henry MeNett, wbo died Thursdey evening. Aug. (.). j9(H) nt 1 o'clock. Deceased was born in ('hilicothe, 0, .lune5, 1839. V/liej! young he came to Virginia mid spent his boyhood days in Au gus^U, later coming to Highland countv. Feb 2, 1871, he was unit? ed in marriage to Miss Anthea Thompson, ko this union was born three children ? Luvilla Dickson, Jack MeNett and Emma Arm? strong. All these with his wife, mourn tin loss of a dear father. His son .link, was away and did not reach home until after his death, but all that loving friends could do with the assistance of Drs Fox and Trimble was done, but death claimed its victim after 30 hours of suffering and intense ago? ny. The eause cf death was the ! accident.il dischargeof a Winchester shut-gun in the bands of his little grandson, Stuart Dickson, the en lire charge of N'? 4 shot entering bis left hip. We mourn int as those who have no hope for our dear brother, united with the seem d Adventist church 10 or 12 years iigo,aud was a consistci'tmem ber of that body until his death. 'Tis sad to part with those we love but we would point the lone com? panion and children who mourn the loss of fatber to "Him who will all our sorrows heal and hath prom? ised to wipe all tears away and re I unite ns in 'God's Peaceful King? dom!' ,:. Funeral service was conducted j bf Rev James Gardner, interment ! taking place in the family burring | ground on Jackson's river, await? ing the Master's call. Friexd. 4 Advertise In Nswspapers." Gov Jos.W. Folk, in addressing the retail merchants of Missouri, at their convention recently, spoke against the mail order business and favored advertising in the town pa? pers. He said, in part: "We are proud of our splendid cities, and we want them to in crease in wealth and population,and we tilso want our country towns to grow. We wish the city merchant to build np, but we also desire the country merchants to prosper. I du not believe in the mail ordei citizen. If a place is good enough for a man to live in and to make bis money in,' it is good enough for him lo spend his money in. No merchant can succeed with? out advertising in oneway or anoth? er. Patronise your town papers, build them up, and they will build tho town up and build you np iu creased trade and greater opportu nilies. Don't be afiaid that nosi? ness is going to be burt bv the re? cent exposures of wrong daing in the commercial world. No niau who is doing an honest business can be injuri*d by the light. All business will bi; belter for' the cleansing process it is going through and for the stamping out of evil." A Mystery Solved. "How to keep oft periodic attacks of hilliousness and habitual constipationwas a mystery that Dr King's New Life Pills solved forme." writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia. Ind. The qnly pills lbs ure guaranteed to give satisfaction to ev* srybody or money refunded. Only 2;1e lt K II Timmie's dru'' store. THE DESIGNER FOR SEPTEMBER The woman who is planning an mt muir outfit for herself or her voung family will find the Design? er for Sept a decided help, for asidi I'rom the regular generous display if fashions there is a 4-page article in "Garments for School." Th* If Hiner J lesson describes the mak ng of an autumn hat for a mis-', ind a full page plate pictures the latest stvles in^ hair dressing. "Points on dressmaking" gives a esson on the making of long coats Among the literary features is"0ur Children of Toil," describing Hie ives of the little people who labor n mill or mine to help fill the din* ter pail. The foregoing is but a uirtof the good things for Sept, lone of the regular departments icing omitted, and many features idded which cannot be enumerated n this limited space. SCOTT'S EMULSION ttrsu as a bridge to carry the weakened and starved system along until it can find firm support in ordinary food. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemlitf, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. SOC- and $1.00; til druggist*. rn Valuable Far: For Sale. ila Frvi fd ti I will seel privately and on reasoned* t 3rms to suit purchaser my farm of rn to 1 cres, known as the Yeager farm, ted on tlie Greenbrier river. \ mile] lartow and 3 miles from Durbin, jyie and Winterburn. It is nicely located and well l.d contains 180 acres improved ood orchards and "'.() acres fine wo dwelling houses, one 18-roc ne (5 room in good repair, frontitj : P. 'pike,?One store house, uitable for livery, ice house ar ombined and all necessary outt 'ine location for hotel for wine een used for a number of year^ lers repose. For further ii pplyto CK. PAR? -17-8t Bartow, nor p< A. A. Iaamumei3m IOU] "skoal kai BOLAR SPRING, VA. A Prediclion Of This Springs Fu ture. Many of the readers ot the Re? corder are no doubt aware that nt the Southam limit of Highland Co, just on the line between the two I adjoining counties, Highland and Bath, a beautiful fountain of warm i clear water,knowu as Bolar Spring, j flows from a steep muuiitaiu side. This water j net now becoming fa? mous because of ita known curative I powers was causuallv observed i many years ugo by persons wlio lived near there to possess remarka? ble restorative powers over cutline jou?i affections when used either ex? ternally or internally. It was later discovered in the same casual way that this water is an excellent remedy for catarrh a I .affections, ands still a little later that the water has marked medici? nal capacities for kidney, bladder and stomach troubles. These casual-discoveries led to a desire 01. the part of Mr. Adam Me Guffin. the present? owner of the spring, to have the water aualized and tri make some improvements on his property located around the spring. He ai-eordingly had flie water analizpd by'a noted chemist, who found it to contain a number of thc chemical elements, notably, potassium, sodium, lithium, mag? nesium, alluniiuuni, chlorine, am nionuin and the gases of nitrogen and carbondioxide. His qualitative anal*, sis demonstrated the fact thal this water contains combined in i: some of the same elements as those contained in the Hot and Healing Springs of Bath Co, and that many of she qualities of the water of the two last mentioned famous water* ing resorts are also common to the water of Bolar Spring. About 8 years ago Mr IfcOoffi elected a commodious bath house short distance below the source the spring so arranged that the w ter, which normally flows from t spring at the rate of sonic thi more than 600 gallons per min may be collected in a pool in the building. This affords and al bathing and swimming pure, clear and warm water Mc Gu Ititi has also erected a i near the spring suitable for patimi by the attendants spring. This cottage has b pu pied at intervals during t ent summer by people froi rey and Staunton. The affords a dwelling to tb sire to enjoy the benefits watt r at verv little ex pen selves. About J of a mile spring is situated tbe li Geo F Eakle, and"^ nf a it Mr Geo Burns has a li hotels at intervals durif16 PreS ?'lit summer baye I'**-'' with people from Vir l'eini?ylvania and I ill more than 100 pe (ended the spring 'uni0 seeking r?'stor from the use of tin eeking pleasure. In tt.tsedayscr.Iwltl1 husi ness and hustle, thi1*1* \f**r* ?f the water, the #'*? ?[ W ipfiliG above tl e #'e and tl" leautiful scenery!" "iirround mg country, Bnl|"ds }l" "d-ai /a-f for rest nn|P<-ration. lie loris of the rtirfowtr <)f th" ^nter haveonlf'' to sPr<"d md Bolar Snril1 noubtles be mme ane of trluus watering pool lose [the the Mrs above These Juc 1 par lani rel join ant: A filed not ?>rde 15 d <>f ai feet West Vi, ike. In have at May l.| Chas to health, and some i daces of the Wv-8 -17-00-11 The c.J*'*e world. >f troubles thal1 ? "Wolfe, ol Jear drove, lnl\"*efn}n?*- (:a!m' vhen he begajP.^ectric UiUers.He .-mes: *'2 jrerPufJ. ,oub fecw$' d me great # Tv,ueh I,W0UJd ney r have suryw' 1 not takenhlectnc Miters Ti,|cure(l me of general 'ebility " *fe fo* ***' btomach, liv r and kidn|,ain,R1 Wood diseases, leadache, ft and weakness or iodily decif0c' guaranteed at K H trimble's Try af ODOL FOR DYS >EPSlYy?ur meals. :t it will produce on feeling by digesting ' helping your stom felf into shape. Many overworked to the they refuse to go )dol digests your food )u stomach the rest it its reconstructive pro 'the stomach back into )fder. Kodol relieves* sour.stomach, palpita e heart, belching, .&c j H Trimble. Kr< to McN 185' fi Pacific Hallway Co, wis, Iron Mountain & Fi thor ii Railway Co. re Fob The Hound Trip San Francisco And Los A no ells, Cal. -\ lissouri Pacific Hy & Ir in Route are offering Mik ' r'-*e of oue fare f?, the ip from St Louis to San o and Los Au o lie sold daily 4 1000: (foal return linn. l?J ''hera! stop oreri on ;????;?! return trip.Througb l"'d lonrist Sleeping Car ,etween St Lo?is u,,d Cali rliculars call 0q ornddres Gallagher, b. P. A., Cincinnati, (). fSKlDNEYCORE Cldasya aaa] Bladder Rlflht j Jgeles, from Calf. Sept 112 Ginseng Raw Fur Hoots, H Kggs, &c. Our bus will ensur We solicit In Upright woods, tig casion wal polished t piano in c The ady the Soctavt as nearly a captious c? Allorgai at prices t more desiri he fouud fe one wi' thes giptly tim's contain on / Do you pin your hat to your own hair? Can't do it? Haven't enough hair? It must be you do not know Ayer's Hair Vigor! Here's an intro? duction! May the acquaint? ance result in a heavy growth ofrich,thick,0tossyhair! And we know yoii'll never be gray. " I think that A*/'" Hair Vl?or ls thc mott wonderful li.ilrt:rl*'f'r that waa ever made I hare used lt for/*""e time and I ian truth? fully nay that 1 ? Rreatly pleaded with lt. I Cheerfully reco*1""'! it hu a splendid crepa ration."- HiSsP DBOOB, Wayland* Mich, Matlofrj-c- Ay?r Co., Lowell, Maai. ^so J.iauufaoturors of J SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL, j rs Self defense Major Ha/'.^'litoiand manager of the Constilut/a''8t> Eminence Ky, when he was hf ely attacked 4 years ago by Piles, bo/)t il ')0X of Ducklen's Arnica salve' omll'lc** *,e says: 'It cured me in ten days?' no trouble since." Quick? est heaf0^ Wfllb, sores eula and wounds or)C at /ll Trimbles drug store ^Notice To Teachers. ?pJScl'nnl Board of Bluegrass dist/- hereby notifies all persons des/"-? to teach in said district to mil applications to cl'k of- Board 01| before Sept 8, 1900. order of Board. Hil SLAVEN, 0, 1906. Cl'a. Notice To Teachprs tothill. Ya, Jul.v 31-Tbe School >ard of Stonewall district hereby titles all persons desiring to teach said District, to make applica n to cl'k of said board on or be ?e Aug 25, 1900, and be present that dav to contract. 3y order of Board. S. C. EAGLE, Clerk. W! In Chahcery : RGI^IA : n Vacation. In the clerk's office me circuit court of Highland nty, Aug 7, 1906, Way bright 1 vs. > ?T McGraw | 'he object of this suit is to make fition of a tract of 251 acres of I, lying on the east side of Lau Fork, in Highland Co and owned tly by the plaintiff and defend ? nd it appearing from affidavit that said Jno T McGravr il a lesident of thi.*s state, it is red that be appeal here within ays after due publication liere ld do what it necessary to ufa his interest. Teste: J C MATHENY. P Jbnes & Son, p q. Cl'k. HM t D- EVICZ, (of Franklin, W Va) ?DEALER IN? fade Hame;:, Saidhs ul Strap Work. ^PAIRING done promptly leatly. (YVimer Building) Monterey, Va. versity of Virginia dwin a alderman, President rs, Science. Law Medicine, Engineering. tion in Academic Department EE TO ' VIRGINIANS ince examinations have been in . Piesent enrollment largest in of the institution. ,Next session Sept 14th. Send for Catalogue. Howard Winston, Secretary, Charlottesville, va. I AGENTS TOR IGFIELD RE & MARINE INS. CO., IOME INS. CO., N. Y. 'A* FIRE & MARINE, Richmond, Va. ul ty & Arboffast, ;essor tr MeNulty & Jiauzy usiness trusted to me will ?ompt attention. . f. d. Monterey, Va tn extencc 50 vears 1905 EB OEMS & CO. alCommisson Merchants South St. BALTIMORE, MD. r, Wool, Dried Fruits, Beeswax, j, Hides. Feathers, Medicincal e'rbs, Walnut Kernels, Poultry, iness experience and integrity e prompt returns at full value, your consignments. ly Rei $8. To We Yot Pali NOW Re maki TUS Serio be vu Tvw Sevenl DES with a withou that th an ord prepar or soft squeezi tires is of only You do Wew FULL plated punctut at OUf We ai Banker these ti finer thi that wh order at GOA prices cJ DO I wonder! MEA! TE Reed and Pipe Oip , Piano Cases, made of finest a red mahogany burl and Cir nut and qualified o,ak veneer, o perfection?equal to best ;ery way. image of thc 7^ octave oyer organ is apparent to every one, ll piano music with some ex ,ii be played on a ?? organ. is warra lied for 10 years and bat will sui loise you. No ible musical instrument can ir ihe home and family than B organs. They are so ele hed that every parlor should T II SLa FEN. Agent ll ighlaml and Pocahontas. Sta tit Hu Simp Sa Ft Most Used Send Box 3 '1 "NUBLA^K" Loaded Blade Ponder Shell; mtm kp <? ii Shoot Strong ar/d Evenly, Are Sure Fire, Will Stand Reloading. They Always tfet Thc Q&im< For Sale Everywhere. H EN HY A SLAVEN, I' ACT1CAL Lt.HU SUKVEYOK AND NO? TA i; y Public. Monterey, Highland Co., Va Maps ami Blue Prints & specialty. All v tL- in this line solicited. we***.*",- j ..Tr COLLEGE OF MEDICINE "ifSSSlk" STUART MCGUIRE. M. D . PnesiorwT. j Thia College conforms to the Standards;; fixed by law for Medica' Education. Bene <bf*! Bulletin No. ll, which tells at>out it. Three free catalogues - Specify Depa:itv':<..t, ?. MEDICINE-DEN 1ISTRY PjIBMACjM tMesoen*WjSsx!'.fvPSKavs9iKm liU Edw* 0. Rexrode, Special Representative Life MllOO CODjlSii)' last 8ide Branch Office Germain Bank Building-, Spring Street and Bowery, New York City. A ny ot'my friends or acquaintances visiting Life Insurance |il?*<i8e ?ite me sit above office. Twenty-second Session Ijpgin* SE PTEBIBER i3TH For i*atftlfgne d information concerning Stat? Sch oJnrtbip. wi ile to J. L. JARMAN. President, Farmvilie, Va. IS ALL IT WILL COST YOU to write for our big FKEE BICYCLE catalogue showing thc most complete line of high-grade KICVCCISS, TIKES and SUNDRIES at PRICES BELOW any Other manufacturer or dealer in the world. DO NOT BUY A BiGYCLE ^yz. or on any ki.id of !/,nr'. until von have received our complete Free Cata? logue!) illustret>i'<*. an I describing ever/ kindol high-grade and low-grade bicycles, old pittcm* and latest model*, sud learn of our remarkable LOW PBICEdaud wondon'ai noavoftYin f.nd* poosible by selling from factory direct to rider witli no middlemen's prosts. WE SHIP OU APPROVAL wthevi a teni iepmtt, Tay the Freight and allow 10 Days Froo Ti lui and BMke other liberal terms which no other house in the world will do. you will Uara ev?-rything and get much valu? able information by limply Writing us. a postal. We ncAl a ittthtm Affta '. la ever* town and can offer an opportunitj to make money ia suitable ??i?.m;; men who a~p!y at once. $8J0PUN6T6fiS-Pa!00F NAILS. TAi-t-'- \;f; ?-:?,, ort i):..??:;?; ? '*.--.'? wont i..T E>Vf/ifU: :.".-. ? t OUT THE Alli t*i''- ' --' O N LY $4.80 ?"Tl / njlar Price $ SO per pair. * Introduce Will Sell t a Sample ? for Only (CASH WITH ORCC.T $4.fj5> ORE TROUBLE FROM fUHCTVRB lult of 15 years experience in lire ~*&xiUi ig. No danger from THORNS, CAC , PINS. NAILS. TACKS or CLASS, is punctures, like intentional knife cut;, eau Icanized like any other tire. Hundred Thousand pairs now in Kitti usc. Cvor y-five Thousand pairs sold fast year. VRIPTJOMl Mr.de in all ^r3. It Is ii-.vly ard easy riding, very durable and lined inside tifSkiim Notice the thick rubber tread "A" and puncture atrina "B" and "li," mino rim atrip <'H" to prevent rim cutting. Thia tire will outlast any other make? NOTT. ELASTIC and EASY ll I DING. special quality of rubber, which never becomes porous .".nd which "closes up small punctures t allowing the aiftt escape. We have hi udrtdj l: letters fn.m satisfied customers stating ;ir tires have only?t:i pumped upc ncr. o- twice ia A whole season. They weigh no more than inary tire, the puncture re?i?t:n" finalities being given by several layers of thin, specially d fabric on the tread. Tint ?'iIold;nt: iiack" .sen::.I ion commonly felt when riding on asphalt road^is overcome by the patent 'Basket Weave" tread which prevents all air from being d out betwcenthetirc and the rood tho? overcoming*!] suction. The regular price of these ithe rider i approval. 5 percent (Cisercoy mir.ing tij^ price *M.JfO per pair) if you send CASU WITH OK1JKK and euclois th;-; advertisement V/e will also send one nickel irass hand pump and two Sampson metal puncture closers on full paid orders (these metal c closers to be used in c.-.se ot intentional knife cuts or heavy goshes). Tires to be returned ; expense if for any reason they are not s utiafsctory cn elimination. e perfectly reliable and moor leal *o us :p rf safe aa in a bank. Ask your Postmaster, Express or Freight Agent or thc Editor ot* this piper about us. If you order a pair of es, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, last longer and look in any lire you have ever used or seen ot any price. Wc know that you will be so well pleased ;n you want a bicycle von will give ut- your order. We want voa to send us a small trial once, hence this remarkable tire ofter. O*mr0 BfEbARfl'C* kullt-uit-whpoi .. toddlee, pedals, pirts and repairs, an?*i 9 ff MmwmummMkmam9a everything in the bicycle line are sold by us at half the usual isrged by dealers and repair Den. Write for our i>:;j SUN'DKY catalogue. Ifaraf UfA'V but ,vri,c tt- B W^1 today- 1>0 XOT THINK OP BUYING a VC**af WV0*ie bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and ul offers we are making. It only costs a postal lo learn everything. Write it MOW. I CYCLE GOBPialf, Dipt "J L" CHICAGO, ILL. IE CHARTER GASOLINE ENGINE Any place By any one For any purpose ? /?vi SM ^ maries, Portables, Piuupiugr Outfits, isters, Sawing Outlits, Boat Attach? ments, Dynamo Oultits. LK6T, set up by Directions ail over the world. st, never an instance of Fire or Explosion. reliable, economical and durable Gasoline E.igine made. all over Virginia and Wost Va. for Catalogue and State Your Power Needs. barter Gas Engine Co. I - Sterling,111., U. S.A.