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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 January 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Scott Mookk. Wm.R.Kexnkdv. MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., January, 14 1903. Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year....$1.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Months.. .50 I Single Copy.03 ?ST Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for first insertion and 5c- a line for each sub sequent insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lites, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of 5o. pei line. Telephone No. 34. CURRENT COMMENT. A party of Indiana educators contemplate a trip through Virginia in March or April. The fruit-tree inspector of Roan? oke county is on a tour of inspect? ing trees in regard to the San Jose scale. Mrs. William A. Maury, a daughter of Commodore Matthew F. Maury, died in Washington on the 8th. At Wytheville the hydrophobia scare continues. Several dogs have been killed and a number of cattle have died of rabies. Two hundred citizens of Areola held up ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 January 1903

t%fertt*\ Lexington, Va., Jantapy 14,1903. Kural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to Tub Gazette who desire their papers changed from their present postoflices and ?ent by the rural delivery routes.are requested to notify us at once. This is the only way we have ofnndingioul who prefer to have their papers sent by these routes. The postofflee regulations are that mai) can only be lerved to such patrons as provide themselves with'regulation boxes. Therefore, it is important that these boxes be put up at once, and notification be sent to us in order to be served promptly with The Gazette. To Our Correspondents. We frequently have to omit letters from our esteemed correspondents because they reach us too late. We would greatly appreciate getting these communications as early in the week as practicable, certainly not later than Tuesday .land Monday if at all possible. We can rarely use letters received on Wednesday, which is our day ol publication. Those u-ho receive sample opies of THE...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 January 1903

wrc 'octor Pierce, who ses.it me a very kind letter and advised me." Thousands of weak and sick women can trace the beginning of a new life of perfect health to that letter written to Dr. Pierce. Sick and ailing women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, hy letter, fret. All correspondence held as strictly private and sacredly confidenticl. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buff-do, N. V. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures weak and aching backs, headaches, nerv? ousness and other womanly adnu tits by curing the womanly diseases which cause them. "In thf sprint; of 1900 I became very ill." writes Mrs. Alvinia scholtz, of l.nlit- Washing? ton, Lesueur Co.. Minn., "my bock warn very vreak nud ached so that 1 could do no work at ! was obliged to take to my bed. 1 felt a constant desire to urinate .ind the (Killis in alKlomen were almost unbearable I wrote to Dr. Pi?TCe, who sent nie a very kind letter, aud advised nie to take hil 'Favorite Prescription' and 'Goldeu Medica' Discovery.' I too...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 January 1903

?dbe tamaton (Bazette. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 3. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1903. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. CT, Ancient York Masons meets 2nd and 4tli Mon* day nights at Masonic Hull, J. Will Mooie. W. M. A. T. Shields, Sec'y. Kockbridge Lodge, No. 58, I. O. ()? F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel ows' Hall A. W. Manspile, N. ?. J. V. Orinstead, Sec'y. Lexington Lodge, No- fit), K. of P, neets every Tuesday night,at Odd Fel nwt,' Half, W. 8. lllleman, C. C. J. V. Grinstead. K. K S. Natural Bridge Council, No..920. Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights in each month. W. R. Beeton, llegent. James vVlthrow, Sec'y, Lee Jacksou Camp, No. 82,Junior Or? der American Mechanics, meets every iud and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows' Hall. F. S Johnston, Councilor. D. B. Radford, Sec'y. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows' Hall. Miss Anna K. Kiause, N. ii. Mrs. M. F. Crlgler. Secy. Pr...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 January 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Soorr Moori. Wm.K.Kennkdy. MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., January, 21 1903. Subscription Kates In Advance : One Year.... *1.00 I Three .Months.. .25 Six Months.. .50 I SlnRle Copy.08 ***** Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a Hoe for first Insertion and 5c- a line for each sub sequent insertion. Obituaries excoedlui< 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of 5c. pet line. 7 Telephone No. 84. CURRENT COMMENT. The infant of John Kngleman of Staunton, was fatally burned Fri? day morning. The child's cloth? ing caught fire from the stove while its mother was in another room. Friday was the seventh anniver? sary of the incorporation of New? port News as a city. On January 16, 1896, there were less than 10, 000 people there, and today there are over 20,000. The home of Kev. E. I). Kindig together with its entire contents, was destroyed by fire a few ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 January 1903

Lexington, Va., Januafy 21, 1003. Kural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to Thr Gazette who desire their papers changed from their present postoffice* and tent by the rural deliver) routes,arc requested j lo notify us at once. This is the only way we have o/finding'out who prefer to have their papers sent by these routes. The postoffice regulations are that mail can only be served to such patrons as proride themselves with regulation boxes. Therefore, it is important that these boxes be put up at once, and notification be sent to us in order to be served promptly with Thk Gazbttk. To Our Correspondent**. j We frequently have to omit lette** from our esteemed corre.pondetits because they reach us too lat*. We would greatly appreciate getting i these communications as early in tbe week as . practicable, certainly not later than Tuesday, and Monday if at all possible. We can rarely use letters received on Wednesday, which is our day ol publication. 7hose who receive sample copusof THK ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 January 1903

MI sleep well enough at night, And the blamcdest appetite Ever mortal man possessed." Riley's farmer Is the very picture of a man advanced in years, yet in the enjoy? ment of perfect health. A good appe? tite, good digestion aud sound sleep, are the chief factors in a vigorous old age. Life is sustained by food, -when it is properly digested ana assimilated. When digestion fails, there is a loss of nutrition which soon shows itself in physical weak? ness, nervousness, sleeplessness, etc. Doctor Pierce'! Golden "Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion ami nutrition. It strengthens the body in the only way possible,?by enabling the as? similation oi the nutrition extracted from food. "I used ta" Kittles rje ii \r? j of Dr. Pierce's Gulden ttJJl \_y 1/ L<_a Medical Discovery ^***A1\ _ /"/'?!'?'*> iiml several vials of hi> ? Pleaaaol Pellets' a year ugo this spring, aud have had uo trouble witt) indigestion since," writes Mr W T. Thompson, ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 January 1903

tlbe lexington (Bazette. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 4. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28.190a ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Fraternal Orders. I Mountain City Lodge, No. C7, Ancieut j York .Masons meets 2nd and 4th Mor day uightfi at Masonic Hall, J. Will Moora, W. a. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. Kockbridge Lodge, No. 88, I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel j ow*,' hall A. W. Manspile, N. (J. J. Y Grinstead, See's'. Lexington Lodge, No. 615, K. of P, -ueeta every Tuesday night.at Odd Fel 1.ms' Hall, Vi. fl. Hileman, V. C. J. V. 1'linsteiul, K. lt S. I Natural Illidge ronnel). No..!'2i?. Royal j Arcaiiuin, meets 1st and 3rd Friday j nights in each month. W. R Beeton, I Regent, .lames Withrow, Sec'y, j, Lae Jackson t ump, No. 89,Junior Or- j j der American .Mechanics, meets every I Smi 'Hid 4th Friday nights nt odd Pellowe' ' ' Hall. P. s Johnston. ? ounellor. D. li. 1 iadford, Sec'y. Liberty Lodge. No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, meets even Monday night ut ! Odd Pellowe' Mall.' Miss Anna K....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 January 1903

Qfttp(&nzi>tU. Published Kvery Wednesday Evening. I. Scott Mooki*. Wm. K. Kknnkdy. MOOKI: & KENNED Y, Publishers. LrxixoTON, Va., Jamai.y'Js, 1908. Subscription Rates In Advance: Ot*.' Year_*1.00 ! Thi*** Months.. .28 Six Mon*hs.. .Oil . "Sin?lt* I'opy.03 ..r V Ivuii.-4iii,' rates furnished on ap plication. Blain.>ss Local Notices tile, a line for tirst insertion uni tay aline for each aub sei|tient insertion. OI)itiiHiins eiontilllli 10 lines, tribute* of leap'Tl. e inls of thanks, etc, nniRt be pni I for nt UM rate of Se. pei line. Tel,-phone No. 84. DID NOT BUOOB8T IT. Attorney-General William A. Anelcrscn has written Senator Don P. Halsey thanking him for his efforts to have the salary of the Attorney-General raised from 12, 500 to Kl,600, but desiring it te> be known that the suggestion did not come from him in any way. The letter is as fallows : Hot HpriiiKH, Va., Jan. il. 100.1. Senator Don. P. Halsey, Richmond, Va: .My Dear !Sir.?While I wish you to understa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 January 1903

Lf.xinotox, Va., .Tantai'v 28, 1903. Rural Delivery Notice. All substribcis lo Th* Gazkttk who desire their papers changed from their present postoffices and sent hy the rural delivery routes.are requested to notify MM once. This is the only W*\J ?' have of finding.'out who prefer to have their papeis MM by these mutes. The postoffice riRulatiors Mit that mail can only he served to such patrons as provide themselves with regulation boxes. Therefore, it is important that these boxes be put up at once, and notification bc sent to us in order to be served promptly with Thk C.azbttk. Te> Our Correapondenta. We frequently have to omit letters from our esteemed correspondents because they reach us lo., late. We would greatly appreciate getting these communications as carly in the week as practicable, certainly not later than Tuesday, and Monday 1/ al all possible. We can rarely use letters received on Wednesday, which is our da ol publication. Those 11ho receive sample 'copies td THE G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 January 1903

ENGAGED. Marriage is very largely an accident. In few cases do tnen or women set up a standard of manly or womanly excellence and choose by it. In most cases people become engaged as the result of pro? pinquity rather than because of any deep rooted preference. And so it often Happens that the wife enters upon the obligations of maternity just as thoughtlessly as sbe entered on the niarriuge relation, because no one has warned her of the dangers she faces. Thousands of women become invalids for lack of knowledge of themselves. It is to this large body of women that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription conies as a priceless boon, because it cures womanly ills. " Favorite Prescription" establishes regularity, dries weakening drains, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. It makes weak women strong, sick women well. "After nv first child was born." writes Mr*. Jordan Stoat, of Fawoettgap, Frederick'Co., V*.. "my health was very poor for a 1*M({ time, and last winier...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 February 1903

tamaton (Bazette. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 5. LEXINGTON, VIIiUINIA. WEDNESDAY. FEBBUABY 4. 1908. ?** ONE DOLLAR A YEAH. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. OT. Anclea York Masons, moots Snd and 4th Moe. day nights at Masonic Hall, J. Wil Mc-oie, VV. m. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. Rockbridge Lodge, No. 58. I. (J. O. F moots every Thursday night, at Odd Fel ows' hall A. W. Mane-pile, N. o. J. V Or Instead, flec'y. Lexington Lexine, No- fiO, K. of P, ?neets every Tuesday nlght.at Odd Fol. ?ows' Hall' W. S. Hileman, C. 0. J. V. Grlnetend. K. R s. Natural bridge Council. No...120. lloyal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights In each month. W. H. beeton, Regent. James VVIthrow, riec'y, Leo Jackson lamp, No. 82,Jwiior Or? der Ainerieau Mechanics, moots every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows' Hall. F. 8 Johnston, Councilor. D. B. Radford, t-*ec'y. Liberty Lodge. No. 2, Daughters of Ilebokah, meets every Monday night at Odd Fella-ws' Itali. Miss Anna K. Kiuuso, N. O. .Mrs. M. F. Crigler...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 February 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evening. I, Scott Mookk Wm. lt. Kknnkdy. MOOKI & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexinotox, Va., FKbKUAin* 4,1903. Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year. ...**!.00 ' Tillie .Months.. .35 Six Months.. .50 , Single Copy.08 .?a** V l\- Tlisiiig rates furnished on np plication. B.i.iness Local Notices 10c a tine foi first Insertion ui.| Se. aline for each sub sequent insertion. Obituarla-)* -Mawe4k.nl 10 lines, tributes of resp-et, e inls of thanks, etc., nuiiit be pat I for nt tile I Ital of "ie. pei line. Tel-phone No. :"4. VI KO 1NIA FA KMKKS VASTLY METTE KED. The condition of the Virginia farmer bas heen revolutionized in the past few years. This is more noticeable during the last two years than ever before. The Virginia farmer is richer today than he has been since the war. He has better homes,better barns und more money in his pocket than ever before. All this is true of the State ut large, hilt more especially of the tobacco planter. The crops of tobacco sol...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 February 1903

ailpiBazrtfe. Lexington, Va., Fkbruapi 4, l.iO.'I. Kural Delivery Notice. AU subscribers to Thu Gazette who desire their papen changed from their present postofficcs and lent by the rural delivery' routes.are requested to notify us at once. This is the only way we have of finding.out who prefer to have their papers sent by these routes. The postoffice regulations are that mail can only Ire served to luch patrons as provide themselves with regulation boxes. Therefore, it is important that these boxes be put np at once, and notification be sent to us in order to be served promptly with Thk C.azbttk. To Our Correspondents. We frequently have to omit letters from our esteemed correspondents because they reach us too late. We would greatly appreciate getting these ro??katini as early iii the week as practicable, certainly not later than Tuesday, and Monday if at all possible. We can rarely use letters received on Wednesday, which is our da of publication. Those u ho receive sample 'copie...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 February 1903

CHILL WINDS Are the dread of those whose lungs are "weak.*' Some fortunate people can follow the summer as it goes southward, and e**cape the colel blasts of winter and the chili airs of spring. But for the majority of people this is impossible. Family cares and business obliga? tions hold them last. *?* Weak ? lunga I ?re made strong ? by the use of Or. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov? ery. It cures the obstinate cough, hsals the in? flamed tissues, stops the Hem? orrhage, and re- j stores the lost Iflesh to the ema 'ciated body. 'I ara a railroad licit," writ** I. U. staples. Kuy . of Barclay. Osage Co., Kans., "and four years ago ray work keeping nie in a warm roora and stepping out fre? quently into the cold air gave me bronchitis, which l?c?me chu.nu- and deep seated. Doctors failed to re:icli ruy case anti advised me to try a higher air, but. fortunately for me. a friend also advised nit to try Dr Pierce's medicines. I commenced UkiiiK vom ' llolden Medical Discovery,'and by tl...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 February 1903

?-Ihe lexington (Bazetie. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 0*. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY ll. 1903. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 07, Ancleat York Masons, meets Snd and 4th Mon? da* nights ai Masonic IJal), J. Will Mooie, VV. \l. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. Kockhridgc Lodge, No. BBL I. O. O. F. meeta every Thursday Dight, at Odd Pol* ows' Hall A. W. Manspile, N. (i. J. V. Grinstead, Secy. Lexington Lodge, Nt). 06, K. ol P, neets everv Tnesdav ulght.at Odd Fel ?.ws' Hall. W. 8. Tlilenian, C. C. J. V. , Grinstead, K. R S. Natural Illidge Council, No.?890. Royal An-anum, meets 1st ami Mid .Friday nlghta in each month. W. R Beeton, Regent. James "Vlthrow, Bec'y, !.???? Jackson tamp, Nu. BS,JaulorOr? der American Mechanics, meets every ?.'mi 'iml 4th Friday night* at Odd Fellows' Hall. E. S Johtiston, > ouneilor. I). 15. Radford, Sec'y. liberty Lodge. No. 3, Daughters of Rebekah, a.ts every Monday night at Odd Felhws' Hall. Miss Anna K. Kt a use, N. U .Mrs. M. ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 February 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Scott Moona Wm.H.Kennkdv. MOORE Sn KENNEDY. Publishers. Lexington,V.*., February ll, 1903. Subscription Rates In Advance : One Yf-ar....-1-I.OO I Thr-jeMonths.. .25 Six Moir hs.. .50 , Sliitfle Copy.08 ?#" V. l-iMTtlataf rattys furnished on ap plication. tadnsse boosl No-dews I0e. a line for Hrat Insertion nnd 5c. aline foi each sub sequent insertion. Obituaries* excawtlii.u 10lii.es, tributes of respect, Sards of thanks, etc., mtNl he pai-l for at tho rut*) et le. pet hoe. Telephone No. 34. ROAD IMPROVEMENT IN KOCKBRIDGE. The demand for better roads is being agitated in various counties of Virginia. The request of certain residents of Natural Bridge district, presented Saturday before the board of supervisors asking the co-operation of the county in the construction of a macadamized road from the Natural Bridge to the Natural Bridge station on the Norfolk and Western and Chesa? peake and Ohio railroads, brings the question to the direct consid?...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 February 1903

Lexington, Va., Februafy ll, 1903. Kural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to Thb Gazkttk who desire their papers changed from their present post offices and *ent by the rural delivery routes.are requested to notify us at on.4. This is the only way wc have of findinglout who prefer tohave theirpapers sent by these routes. The postoffice regulations are that mail can only be ?er?ed to such patrons as provide themselves with regulation boxes. Therefore, it is important that these boxes be put up at once, and notification be sent lo u.<; in order to be served promptly w ith Thk Gazbttb. To Our Correspondents. We frequently have to omit letters from our esteemed correspondents because they reach us too late. We would greatly appreciate getting these communications as early in the week as practicable, certainly not later than Tuesday, and Monday if at all possible. We can rarely use letters rece ived on Wednesday, which is our da of publication. Those uho receive sample copies of THE G...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 February 1903

Time seems most untimely when he brings a woman to the turn of life, Life is or should be at ita ripest and best for ber, and she ap* proaches this change with a dread of ita effect bom of har knowledge of th* sufferings of other women at this season. There is uot the slightest cause for fear or anxiety at this period if Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is used. It gives health of body and cheerfulness of mind, un.l by its aid the julius, aud pangs of this critical period are pre? vented or cured. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is woe.in's medicine with a wonderful record of cures of womanly diseases. Diseases that all other meaiciiies hud failed to cure, have been perfectly and permanently cured by the use of "Fa? vorite Prescription."* "I feel it my duty to write you a* ] have received au iuiia.li benefit fruin tne uae of your inetlia'iur."?tiyn Mrs. Lillie A. Howman, of Near Malani ira*. U'aahin^toa Co., Oliio. nI huve taken four bottlea of ' Favorite Prescription ' for fem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 February 1903

Gfte lexington (Bazetie. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 7. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1903. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons, meets 2nd and 4th Mon? day nights at Masonic Hall, J. Will Mooie, W. M. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. Kockbridge Lodge, No. 58. I. O. 0. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel owh' hall A. W. Mansplle, *N. '". J. V. G riustead, "^ec'j-. Lexington Lodge, No- 66. K. of P, ?neets even* Tuesday nlght.at Odd Fel. ...wu' Hall* W. B. Hileman, C. 0. J. V. Orlustend. K. It 8. Natural Bridge Council, No..920. Koyal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Fiiday uights in each mouth. \V. lt. Beeton, Kegent. James ?Vitlirow, Sec'y, Leo Jackson lam]). No. 82, Junior Or? der American Mechanics, meets every 2nd iud 4th Friday nights nt Odd Fellows' Hali. F. S Johnston, i ouueilor. D. B. Madford, See y. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters of itebekah, meets every Monday night at Odtl Fellows' Hall. Miss Auua K. kianga, N. tt. Mrs. M. F. Cr...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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