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Harrisonburg Daily News (Newspaper) - February 13, 1903, Harrisonburg, Virginia Th e Daily ews. Vol. 8, Noi 60. HLLIR'S BARGAIH STORES. Main Street and Pablie Bqure. BABkrapt Stock Seillaff at 50 eenta en tke Dollar and Lees-Oreat Skoe BelUay at onr Stores this Week. oenti. Lndies' heavj, Mamleu Shoeti, worth 11.26, sisM, 4 and 6. oontK. Lftdiea' Ttm Shoefl, in lace, worth 11.60, 60 pain left, cents. Boj't and Oirl't heaTjr T drew* Shoes, worth $1.96. AQ cents. Children's batton or laoe ~r Shoes, sms, 8 to 13, worth 88o. out cents. Ladies' flne Shoes, lace Tl9ti|M, some worth $1.60. i'OK ^cn'fl flne dress Shoes, lace or conRress, worth $1,96. Aft Boy's Shoes, (Klimaz Brand), the best in the world for the money. CI ^e-^onts. Ladies' and Men's ^�'(Kllniax Brand) Shoe*. soUd leather, evorjr pair a wearer,-91.36. cents. Men's flne dress Shoes, (Klimax Brand). 2^ bents. Ualicoes. We Jnst ' reoeired 6,000 yards of ez-fi tra qnalUy. dark oalioo, ^ wliat yoQ have been looking for. 60. grade, as lief ore, only 2Ji cents. ABEL MILLER. Owner. Fbonc Connection'. " - Zaneeville, (0.,) Timet. "Uncle Hes," the langhable trick comedy, drew a crowded honse at Memorial Hall last night and every petaon As tlie great andienoe went awa^highlT aatisfied with the iter--iormance. i^he ,^few who did not sea thls^laugiiiabie farce should take thaflrst cq)f)or4anity af seeing it. The clMliF ^^ire fun and the delightful intisiellill make'anyone feel batter for JiaTing attended. Manager England is booking nothing bnt attractions and riohly sncoess with which he iiigh grade deeerree the is meeting. Seats on Store; 36, 86 sale' at Sqwrnt^'a Dimf and 60 oenta. Married at IiMt. Stannton, Febmary.' l�.--T^ \. Wellat. of New Oaitle. ladiaba, aod Mnk Ida L. Davis, of Aagoala Gonnty, were married today by Rat. M. L. ^ood, of the Baptist Oharoh. The bride was formerly a Miss Kyle, and twenty-six yean ago waa engaged to Mr. Weller. An estrange meat took place and Mr. Weller went west, where be married. In the meantime Miss Kyle married, and both raised families. Qgoently, however, death intervened and brought the two' together onoe more. Tlieir marriage was the' culmination of a rather nnuBual romance. They are now viBiting Mr. 0. T. Harris at Annex. " f)eairable residence property for sale, situated on south side of Weet Water street, in Harrisonburg. For terms apply to H. W. 'Bertram, Atty., Harrisonburg, Va. tf. # We can keep your linen clean # ^^KDep Clean. H Clothes luundrled one day and returned the next, and the bept work guaranteed. I TROT STEAM LADHDRT, | . EaHt Market Street. l9*No Branch Offices tn^town. HARRISONBURG, VA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1908. Price 1 Oent HIS MEMORY I. 0. 0. F. at Bridgewater Adopt Resolutions. MOUBN THI LOSS OF A BROTHES Paet Grand, 8: 0. Driver a Worthy Odd fellow, a Faithful Citisen and a True Man. IT'S OLKAR. Anyone who will look atour atuck ol OPTICAL OOOPa and compare prl��a will beeatl�fled that here and 'here only doeM good quality and moderate GbarRes go band In band. Tlie complete line olEyeglaaaea and Spectacles carried enable na to flt all ordinary easeti of impaired eyeaight quickly. In complicated caaeateata are made and ap�cial leneea prepared. D. 0. PEVIBR, Jeweler, At a regular uitttitiug of Bridge water'lxidge, No. 120, I. O. O. P., hold in Odd Fellow's Hall Febmary 0, IU03, the following; wan adopted by a rising rote,"viz: Again has the shaft of death bouu hurled into our ranks and tonight we mourn and deplore the untimely dnath of Bro.^ Past Grand, S. O. Driver. Wo know him long and well, and onr hearts Iww in sorrow at the loss we have sustained, for never again will we be permitted to meet and greet him in our lodge room and hear words of counsel and encouragement from his lips; never again on earth will we grasp the hand of our esteemed friend and brother, whose worth waa known and felt not only as an Odd Fellow, but in liis intercourse with all who knew him. As a cit-ixen he waa law abiding, public spirited and useful; as a man, gen erons. Intelligent, brave and high ton ed. Jealous of his own honor and over ready to defend it, yet ho was careful never to assail another's character without cause. As a friend lie was genial, oonfldiug ^ and true; as a son, basband and fatlier, filial and affec-timiate;. as � brother, fond and fra temal. Bnt, brethren, he is gone-gone from us forever, he has been laid to rest in the soil of his own home, under tha sward which his faal pniM in ohildbood. There the �were ol winter diall mantle his grave and the soft winds of summer sing sad requiems around his tomb. Let us hope that his sun went down without a cloud upon its disk, its last rays bright and tranquil, his spirit intrepid and nnterrifled resting with faith upon the strong arm of his Greater as_ he past through the dark Valley. Peace then to his aahes and honor to his memory. In testimony of his worth and onr Ic-=k be it resolved 1st, That we extend our sincere sympathy to his bereaved family, relatives and friends. 3nd, That; this memorial be spread upon the minutes of this meeting, that it be published in onr oonnty papers and a copy sent to the family of our lamented brother. 8d, That the charter of the lodge be draped in mourning and the mem-ben wear, the usual badge for 80 days. Respectfully, BuBmitted in F. L. and T. D. A. BUCHER/P.O.M. Fidelity 110, a. H. HULVEy, P. Q. No. 120, W. A. RIOHOREEk, P. Q. 120. .Committee. Baal Estate Transfers. Feb. 6.--R. S. Switzer and wife to 8. N. and B F. Garber, 63 acres and 13 poles of land in northeast part of Harrisonburg, being the Effinger property,^ but is now betier. Dr. RaletMwta attending them. .;f�--\- 9.. A. Hopkins will make sale of his personall property the 18th and, with his family, will move to Iowa. C. B. Rodoffer and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. B. W. Monbray. They will return to Illinois the latter part of this month. L. C. Kenoy killed a large copperhead snake on Round Hill one day last week. Miss Benlah Bolen spent Saturday and Sunday in Harrisonburg with her friend, Mrs. Fitzsimmons. A. F. Donovan and son, Cleo, are both housed up with grip. Miss Nollie Funk, accoinpaiiied by Iter friend, Miss Rhodes, of Shenandoah Institute, spent Saturday and Sunday at her liomo in this place, returning to Dayton today. L. H. Bruce and wife' roturnod to East Point today aftor a visit of several days to Rev. 0. P. Dyche. Q. W. Payne went to Timberville yesterday to spend a week with his son, J. W. Payne. R. H. Funk has been suffering with lumbago for tho past two weeks. B. F. Spitzer and Clias. Donovan are taking a course in musio under tho veteran instructor, Rov. T. Funk. The house and Hotel in tliis place formerly owned by M. Driver, was sold last Saturday to J. W. Liskey. Eighteen New Rural Routes. Eighteen rural tree dolivory routes will be put into operation in Augusta County by April 1st. The eightoen carriers will travel daily a distauco of 871 miles, and will servo, in roond numbers, 13,000 people, tito largo majority of whom now have to go from ono to throe milos to tlio uoarost post-office. Tho expense to tlio gov* ernment for this service will bo 10,800 per annum, or about ninety cents per capita fqr tlie population served. When it is oousidorod tliat the per capita cost to the goveriimout of the city carrier sorvico is about ninety-five cents, the relative cost of tho rural and city service can be easily ascertained. -,----��.---~ Oouoty Court. A goodly number of witnesses have been summoned for tho Febro^ ary term of County Court, it being a regular grand jury term. Owing, however, to tiie illness of JadgoGrat-ton it is improbable that any cases will be tried this niontli. licit. Lyman Chalkley will open coart on Monday and preside until Wednesday, when he willgo to HiglilaiKi County, unless somo otlier judge can be procured the term will neco-sarily be a very brief one. 'Boss" corn and oats feed. F. L, SUBLETT HAY CO, A LARGE AUDIENCE Was Present at tho Baptist Church Last Night. SUBJEOTOFDISOOUBSE WA8"SIN' "Sin is the Transgression of the Law," a Lack of Conformity to Ood's Holy Law in Thonght. Lost night Mr. Elsom stood Imforu the largest audience he has had in town, He coniniandnd perfect attention, and groat sympathy. Ho began a series of sermons on tho great subject of "Sin.'' His distnnrso was strongly Oalvinistio. He bolievos that all sinned in Adam, and the sinful disposition in which lie was placed has lyeen handed down from parent to child. Ho simke from tho text in 1 Cor. 16:!) 0 to 75 cents per yard. Mens and Ladies' Shoes at a sacri-ilce. d 10 l^adies Fino Sunday Shoos, worth 1.50. AQ cents. Mens Fine and Coarse Shoes, worth 1.35 and 1.50 $1 IQ I'^xi^rii Fine Shoes, worth �i.75. <|| i A cents. Mens Fine Slices, B. BEY & SONS, Ltd., Opposite Postoilice, Harrisonburg, Va. Phone IBl. DIED THEM UP. The "Intelligent Compositor" Was Careless With His Copy. Tlnibfirvilln, I'nb. II. -Mr. H A >>' feet in height. On the front is a graven scroll highly polished which boars the liisnrtption. It weighs about MO pounds and Is a bonntifal piece of work, roflonting much credit upon Mr. Rife, nt whoso shop it was worked from tho rough. It also bears above tlio liiRcrlption beautifully bngravod tlio Masonic emblem, of which order ho was a momtior. So many inoro than tho usual number of inistakcis and omissions crept into my lottor yestorday at tho News olTlco that iwrbaps a few corrections aro not out of order. The moving of the coiitral telephone oflloo was given Mr. Michael Scottiorn, instead of Mlohaol Losthorn. In the littio note regarding tho vaccination of telophonos there was a mistake, and the man who road it and set np tho headlines was apparently out of alignment. Tho vaccination r
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