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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 November 1902

3ty*<fa2*tt?. Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Scott Mookk. Wm. R. Kennedy. MOORE & KENNED Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., Novembeb 12,1902. Subscription Kates in Advance : One Year... .$1.00 j Threo Months.. .25 Six Mom hs.. .50 | .Single Copy.03 ft***" Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line foi tirst insertion and 5o? a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must lie paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone .No. 34. THE LEGISLATURE. The session of the General As? sembly commences today, and will be in continuous meeting until next June or duly. That is the estimate by those conversant with legisla? tive work. They will have to formulate all the laws to carry out the intent of the trainers ol' the Constitution, a no less arduous and difficult work than the Convention itself. A large iind able lobby i* expected to be on hand until the end of the sessio...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 November 1902

Sljrteptfc. Lexington,Ya.,Xovl.mi>i.}; 12, 1902. Election of Behool Trustees. Thc School Trustee Electoral Board li ld a meeting Friday and elected a school trustee in each of the districts of Roekbridge. There were present ral the meeting the following, who compose the board: Judge W. P. Houston, Dr. A. Nash Johnston, County Superintendent of Schools, and Col. Robt. Cfttlett, common? wealth's attorney. The follow ing trustees were eli cteii: For Central district, W. B. Wallace; Natural Bridge district, (i. W. Eflinger: Buffalo district, W. H. F. Leech; Kerr's Creek district, Dr. A. J. Hayslett; Walker's Creek distict, John A. Shaw; South Rive" district W. A. Kinnear. The truste.s elected have formerly served on their respective boards. with the exception ol' Mr. Kinnear, who succeeds the venerable Col. John C. Shields, whose failing health necessitated his resignation, Col. Shields hus been u valuable member iu the councils of the county board and for a number of years was vice ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 November 1902

The man on the ?tage who does th trick of escaping from firmly tied rope; submits to tbe bonds with a smile. H knows he can get out of the ropes tha ?re being knotted. Put the same man ii thc -wood* and let Indian captors bim him to a tree for torture and he wouli struggle to the last against the bonds. when the stomach is diseased then are bonds being woven every hour abou the organs dependent on the stomach heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, etc. Tin folly of mankind is to passively submi to the fastening of these bonds with nc effort to escape until the pain they caust arouses fear. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover} cures diseases of the stomach and othei organs of digestion aud nutrition. Il cures diseases of heart, liver, lungs, kid neys and other organs, when these dis? eases, as is often the case, have theil origin in the diseased stomach. "For ? long time I was suffering ami wai hardly able to get about," writes Mr. Andrew J. Je*huings. of Thomas, Tucker Co., W. VS., Bos 194....

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 November 1902

Ghe lexington Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO 52. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEM BER 19, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR rf ' . . .. , I . . ,, o, ., I V..va-. ONE-THIRD OFF. ONE-THIRD OFF. GREAT REBUILDING- SALE. WEINBERG'S DEPARTMENT. Our Clothing Store must be in the hands of workmen by January 1, to remodel the entire store, and take in the store=room now occupied by Hr. William Walz. We will occupy the entire building of three stores. To avoid the dust and dirt, and make room, we must reduce our stock. Therefore, you will have the greatest opportunity ever offered to the people in the history of Clothing selling. We Will Sacrifice the Entire Stock at ONE-THIRD OFF. SUITS and OVERCOATS FOR Men, Boys. and Children, Shoes, Hats and Famishing Goods. ALL NEW GOODS. NO OLD STOCK. 800 Suits, 500 Overcoats, 200 pair of Trousers, all one third off. Past experience in dealing with us must con? vince you we only advertise the truth. This is a bona fide sale. Do not miss this opportunity. Watch for ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 November 1902

Published Every Wednesday Evening J. Soon Mooke. Wm.R.Kennedy MOORE & KENNEDY Publishers. Lexington, Va., November 19,1902 Subscription Rates in Advance .* One Tear.... $1.00 I Three Months.. .2' Six Months.. .50 I Single Copy.OJ ?V Advertising rates furnished on np plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a Hue foi first insertion and 5c- a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 likes, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., mu6tbe paid for at the rate of /ic. pei line. Telephone No. 34. WHAT THE LEGISLATURE IS DOING. The Legislature convened in ex? traordinary session in Richmond last Wednesday. It has adopted a mode of procedure, with less delay, for bringing about a revision of the statute laws of the State to conform to the new Constitution, than was anticipated. This was effected by the adoption of a sub? stitute oifered in the House for the Senate resolution providing for a steering committee. The proposi? tion provides for the assignment of the s...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 November 1902

?lt?fertfr. Lexington, Va.,November 19, 1902. New Advertisements. The G. & D. Clothing Co.?uim' sual bargains to money-savers and cash-buyers. Irwin & Co.-splendid assortment of cold weather underwear for ladies, men and children. " Black Cat " hosiery. Lyons, Mundy & Co.?workman? ship, style and quality ol their own tailor-made clot bing.and special offer on men's shoes. Strain Si Patton?no blood and thunder sales,but the largest and best stock of up-to-date clothing. Mer? chant-tailoring a specialty. Kruiu Food Nonsense. Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent authori? ties. Th*?y have dispelled the silly no? tion that one kind of food is needed for brain another foi muscles, and still an? other for bones. A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body but it will sustain every other patt. Yet, however good your food may be, its nutri? ment is destroyed by indigestion or dys? pepsia. You must prepare for their ap? pearance...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 November 1902

Health is a magnet which irresistibly draws the man to the woman in life's mating time. Health does more than tint the skin with beauty; it puts music into the voice and buoyancy into the step, as well aa happiness into the heart. A great many women covet beauty and are constantly seeking alda to beautify them. Let a woman first seek perfect health and all other charms shall be added to her. There can be no general health for women while there is disease of the delicate womanly organism. The first step to perfect health is to cure womanly diseases by the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa? vorite Prescription. It establishes regu? larity, dries weakening drains, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. "I used four bottle* of your 'Favorite Pre? scription ' and one of ' Golden Medical Discov? ery,' "write* Mrs. Elmer D. Shearer, of Mount hope, Lancaster Co., Pa., "and can say that I am cured of that dreaded disease, uterine trouble. Am in better health than ever before. Ever...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 November 1902

Ghe lexington Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 47. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2fi, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR lt ?fl ONE-THIRD OFF. ONE-THIRD OFF. r f i WEINBERG'S SPECIAL BARGAINS: I Hen's Heavy Fleeced-Li ned and Balbriggan, OOr* UNDERSHIRTS, the 50 and 75c. quality -^VC Men's extra-heavy WORK SHOES, all solid $ | fifi leather, iron heel=plates, regular price, $1.75, * ?V/vr Men's STORM ULSTER OVERCOATS, 50 $ C fifi inches long, regular $8.50 value, for tJw\J\J Boys'Reefer OVERCOATS, regular $1 ^C price $2.00, now * ? **? Men's and Boy's Heavy Wool and Leather Gloves, The 50c. gloves, 35c. The 25c. gloves, 13c. MEN'S HEAVE ALL-LEATHER Regular $2.50 quality. $1.69 Men's Keystone Corduroy Pants, . . . $2.59 Boy's Corduroy Long Pants, . . . . $1.39 Boys' Corduroy Knee Pants, Keystone, . . 75c. Men's 50c. Work Shirts. , 35c. Numerous Other Bargains Call and See Us. We always advertise the truth. WEINBERG'S, Opposite the First National Bank and Postofflee, Main Stteet, LEXINGTON, VA....

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 November 1902

0IIji?<6a2?tfo Published Every Wednesday Evening J? Scott Mookk. Wm. R. KeNNROY MOOKK & KENNEDY Publishers. Lexington,Va., November 26,1902 Subscription Rates io Advance : One Year.... fcl.OO I Three Months.. .21 Six Months.. .50 I Single Copy.OJ ahT Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line foi first insertion and 5c- a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must he paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone Ko. 34. Virginia Constitution to be on Trial November 28th. The question ol' the validity of the new Constitution of this State will be heard Friday. This agree? ment was reached Thursday even? ing by counsel on both sides when the subject came up before Judge Waddill of the United States Dis? trict Court, sitting in Richmond. It was also argued between coun? sel that no certificates of election shall be issued to the ten congress? men-elect from the State...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 November 1902

v??i*?i"u ? ?n-jfjKinrrt Lexington,Va.,Ni)Ykmi5i:k 2(5, 190' Now Advertisements* C. A. Lacy & Son?shoes nt reduce prices. W.S.Kniseley & Co.?all felt shap hats at 50c. R. S. Anderson?Christinas Good being received. Wade Masters & Co.?raisins, cur vnnts, candies, nuts, etc, C. S.Hutter?on fourth page, build ing material at prices that defy coin petition. Weinberg?three columns on first pajre, great rebuilding sale with pri ces one-third marked off. J. V. Grinstend. att'y three orders of publication in regard to Goshen lots sold for delinquent taxes. All Were Saved. "For years 1 suffered such untold mi ant} from Bronchitis," writes J. II. Johnston of broughton, Qa., ' that often 1 was unable to work. Then, when everything else failed. I was wholly cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Con. sumption. My wife suffered intensely from Asthma, till it outed her, and all our experience goes to show it is the DSSt Croup mediciue lo the world." A trial will convince y >u it's u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 November 1902

The diver dies without air t< breathe. The consumptive diet without lungs to breathe the air or of lungs rendered incapable o: breathing by disease. The blow as it flows in and out of the lung! indicates the consumptive's pro greas. As the lungs grow weakei lusa oxygen is inhaled and the blood changes from scarlet to pur Ele. Oxygen is the life of the lood as the blood is the life ol the body. The affect of Dr. Pierce's Gold? en Medical Discovery upon weak lungs is to strengthen them, to en? able the full oxygenation of the blood, arrest the progress of dis? ease, and heal the inflamed tis? sues, bung diseases have been and are being cured by " Golden Medical Discovery," in cases where deep-seated cough, frequent hemor? rhage, emaciation, weak? ness, and niglit-sweats have all pointed to a fatal termination by con? sumption. Some years ago I was almost a help? less victim of that _dread disease?con - gumption," writes Mr. Chas Kross, P. M., of Sitka. White Co.. Ind. "I was confin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 December 1902

VOLUME 98. NO. 48. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ONE-THIRD OFF. ONE-THIRD OFF. WEINBERG'S - -*-?** - TSP * mmi BARGAINS: Hen's Heavy Fleeced-Lined and Balbriggan, OOr* UNDERSHIRTS, the 50 and 75c. quality ^yt* Men's extra-heavy WORK SHOES, all solid $ | AA leather, iron heel-plates, regular price, $1.75, * ?v/vr Men's STORM ULSTER OVERCOATS, 50 $ C A A inches long, regular $8.50 value, for 0%\J\J Boys' Reefer OVERCOATS, regular = $j IC price $2.00, now ~ ? ?**** Men's and Boy's Heavy Wool and Leather Gloves, The 50c. gloves, 35c. The 25c. gloves, 18c. MENS HEAVY ALL-LEATHER Regular $2.50 quality. $1.69 Men's Keystone Corduroy Pants, . . . $2.59 Boy's Corduroy Long Pants, . . . . $1.39 Boys' Corduroy Knee Pants, Keystone, . . 75c. Men's 50c. Work Shirts. , 35c. Numerous Other Bargains. Gall and See Us. We always advertise the truth. WEINBERG'S, Opposite the First National Bank and Postoffice* Malo Street, LEXINGTON, VA. Tho Foar Guest*. ? knock a...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 December 1902

I'll! ii^!i=j Every V.'cdneaday Ever.in; J. Scott Mogue. Wm. li. Kenned MOORE & KENNED! Publishers. Lexington, Va., December 3,190! Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year... .f 1.00 I Three Months.. .1 Six Months.. .50 | Single Copy.( *sT* Advertising rates furnished on n\ plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line f< tirst insertion and 5c a line for each eui sequent Insertion. * Obituaries exceodlm 1-0 lines, tribute .of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must b paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 84. THE VALIDITY OF THE CON STITUTION TESTED. Virginia's Organic Law Un? scathed?Proceedings Aga ins it Ruled out by Chief Justici Fuller in U. S. Circuit Court. The case brought by John S Wise on behalf of certain colore( complainants to restrain the State Board of Canvassers from issuing certificates of election to the mern ? hers #f Congress elected in the lasi Congressional election and investi . gate the new Constitution, was called in the United States Circ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 December 1902

Lexington, Va., December 3, 1902 New Advertisement***, First National Bank?qnarterl; statement of condition. Bank of Roekbridge?qnarterl; statement of condition. R. S. Anderson?holiday Roods ii china, lamps, bric-a-brac, silver, etc Jas. hu Heok?up-to-date line o carriages, buggies, old hickory wagons, harness and robes. A Boy's W ild Ride For Lite. With family around expecting him tc die, and a sou riding for life, 18 miles, to got Dr. King's New Discovery foi Consumption, Coughs and Colds, W. H. Brown of Leesville, Ind., endured death's agonies Ironi asthma, but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him. Ile writes: "I now sleej souudly every night." Like marvelous cures of Consumption, Pneumonia, Bron? chitis, Cough?, Colds and Grip provo its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 00c and #1.00. Trial bottles free at B. H. Gorrell's drug store. Roll of Honor of the Kockbridjje Normal School. The following pupils of the Roekbridge...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 December 1902

inion. w^mmmmmmmmmmmsm Fantastic stories have been written of magic mirrors in which tbe future wai revealed. If such a thing were possible manr a bright - faced- bride would shrink from the revelation of her? self, stripped of all her loveliness. If there is ene thing which would make a woman shrink from marriage it is to see the rapid physical deterioration which comes to so many wives. The cause is generally due to womanly diseases. Lost health and lost comeliness are restored by the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa ?orite^escriptlon. It cures irregular? ity and, dries weakening drjuns. It heals inflammation and ulceration, and cures female weakness.'" "It is with the greatest pleasure that I tell you wist Or pierce'* Favorite Prescription and f Golden Medical Discovery ' have done for ?***.?," writes Mrs. Emma L. Bankes, of 1952 Ne-rth 7th Street,' Harrisburg. Pa. "They have done me a World of goad. I had female weakness for six {ears; sometime* would feel so badly I did not ?ow what to d...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 December 1902

Gbe llexinaton (Bazeue. VOLUME 98. NO. 49. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ??? A*.* ?i... .?o..i.L-!JrfA I Condensed Ncwh. WEINBERG'S LADIES' DEPARTMENT. Great Inducements Offered the LADIES. Christmas BUYING Easy Here! Ladies' SUITS, SKIRTS, CLOAKS, CAPES, Shoes, Underwear and Fancy Goods. Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is still complete. We never Set our stock run down. Always up-to-date WEARING APPAREL ON HAND. NEW BOOBSI NEW IDEAS! Beautiful Novelties for Christmas Presents! ?j | - WEINBERG'S Opposite the First National Bank and Postoffice, Main Street, LEXINGTON, VA. Biggest OilProducing Well in Kentucky. -. . ? J?:----*."-'r ^^^i**f*********************V rn itt H*^L*I**I**^LH The Richands Oil Company* of Barbotirviiie, Ky., has fifty-five different tracts of Land in thc Kentucky Oil Basin, embracing Ten Thousand Or.e Hundred and Seven (10107) Acres, which was secured farly in 15)01, before there was any excitement in this field, hence they were a...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 December 1902

iii n?g?m?u?w?n? ffllirfflasrttr ? i ? f v. i il it cs day livening. J. Boort Moose, W'm.I'.Kknnedy. MOOR B A K K N N B D Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va.,Pkci:mbei. 10,15)02. Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year... .*1.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Months.. ..r)0 | Single Copy.03 W Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for tirst insertion and 5c. a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceedii.u 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid foi at tho rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 34. PATRONIZE YOUR FRIENDS. As the Christmas season ap? proaches it is well to remind our readers that home merchants de? serve tirst consideration. Our stores are up-to-date in every way, and they can furnish goods as cheaply as other towns many times the size of Lexington. Besides, the delays and disappointments in buying goods from the cities are very unsatisfactory. The merchants here in Lexing? ton are our friends. Their ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 December 1902

*a**~-??.*. ? a??^J^fcn. -?**-?. ?^(te?tte. IjEXinotox, Va., December 10, 1902 New Advertisement!*.. Lyons, Mundy and Co.- liane linnie clothing. Weinberg?Christmas presents ii ladies department. J. Mci). Adair?Christmas goods, suitable presents for ladies and gentle men. F. T. Glasgow, attorney or S. R Walker, real estate agent, Lexingtoi; ?farm of 410 acres, the property ol Mrs. M. H. Lyle, near Brownsburg, for sale. New Electric Lijfht System. Lexington now enjoys a superior system of street lights. The work of installing the new plant has been completed. On Thursday night the lights were turned on fora short time as a test, and on Friday night the streets were brilliantly illuminated. The new lights are a great improve? ment over the old system, in that they shed a steady, regular, brilliant, shadowless light. The number of lamps is increased to 50, which is seven more than before. The plant just installed is a West? inghouse CO kilowats (about 80 hors i power), 60 cycle, single...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 December 1902

?^ f Why can't we come over to your house and play any more? Because papa gets so mad when we make a little bit of noise. What makes him that way? Mamma says it's dys? pepsia makes him act so crazy. That s about the way it strikes the small boy. The dyspeptic has no idea of his own unrea? sonableness or harsh? ness. Little things are magnified and seem to justify his quick anger. There's health for the dyspeptic and happiness for the family by the use of Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discov? ery. It cures diseases of the stom? ach and other organs of digestion and nutrition, and restores perfect health and strength, by enabling the perfect digestion and assimila? tion of food. "I have taken one bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for indigestion Slid liver complaint," writes Mr. C. M. wilson, of Yadkin College, Davidson Co,, N. C. "Have had no bad spells since I commenced takinp your medicine ? in tact, have not felt like the same mata. Be? fore I took the ' Golden Medi...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 17 December 1902

Ghz ^Lexington Cazctte. VOLUME 98. NO. 50. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1902. ONE 1)01-LAU A YEAR I WEINBERG'S LADIES' DEPARTMENT Great Inducements Offered the LADIES* Christmas BUY1M Easy Here! Ladies' SUITS, SKIRTS, CLOAKS, CAPES, Shoes, Underwear and Fancy Goods. Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is still complete. We never let our stock run down. Always up=to=date ! WEARING APPAREL ON HAND. NEW GOODS! NEW IDEAS! Beautiful Novelties for Christmas Presents! . WEINBERG'S Opposite the First National Bank and Postoffice. Malo Street, LEXINGTON, VA. !Biggest OilProducing Well in Kentucky. The Richlands Oil Co's Treasury Stock HAN NOW BEEN TAKEN OFF THE MARKET. There will be a meeting of the Stockholders at Bluefieid, W. Va., on Jan. 15, 1903. If it is not your pleasure or purpose to attend I shall be glad to have your proxy. Stock not standing in your own name should be transferred before Jan. 1st, 1903. For this there will be a charge of 10 cents per cer= tificate. SAMUEL B. W...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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