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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 February 1903

${i.efei>tii>a Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Scott M....uk Wv. I**.. Kbsnkdy. MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington,Va., Februahy 18, VM.YA. Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year_#1.011 I Tiir-w Months. - .23 Six Mon'hs.. M Single Copy.08 W v. Iv <riMlni? nites furnished ou np plication. B nines* inorsl SortWM 10c. a line foi Iirst iisertioiJ mil 5c. a line for each sub seijiienl Insertion Obituaries exeeetlh.it 101ii.es, tributes wi r...i|i...'t, oti'.ls of thank*, et., must be l>il I foi it ?ms nt.* of ."ic. pei line. Telephone No. M4. WELL SPENT LIFE ENDED. Dr. .1. L. M. Curry, former I minister to Spain, and one of the | most proiiinient educators in the> South, died in Asheville, N. C., at midnight Thursday of Bright's! disease, at the residence of his j brother-in-law. Colonel Connery. | Dr Curry had been critically ill for the past two weeks. Mrs. Curry j arrived from Philadelphia last! week, ni d wits at the beds.de of , ber husband when his de...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 February 1903

Lexington, Va., February 18,1908. Rural Delivery Notice. Al! subscribers to The Gazette who desire their papers changed from their present posloflices and tent 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 tent by these routes. The postoffice regulations arc 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 be sent to us in order to be served promptly with Thk 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, and Monday if at all possible. We can rarely use letters received on Wednesday, which is our da ol publication. _ Those who receive sample \ copies of THE GAZE...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 February 1903

amWtam^JgSE. of bia winning a race, but a question of being able only to keep afloat. Thc man who ia suffering from malnutrition is like the fettered swimmer. His stomach and its allied organs of digestion ana nutri? tion are diseased, lt ls not a question with him of winning in the race for busi? ness but of simply keeping up under. any circumstances. Whenever disease affects the stomach lt is affecting also the blood and the health of every or fan ot the body, or blood is only food converted into nutrition and nutri? tion is the life of the l>ody and every organ ot it. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutri? tion. It purifies thc blood and enables the perfect nutrition of the body which means perfect health. *" "For six long years I suffered with iiidiger tlou Hi:d my liver and kidneys, which haflk.1 t!.e best doctors iu our country," writes H. I* Hau? ser.. K*-q.. of Wuolsev, I'riuce William Co.. Va. " I s...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 February 1903

Ilextnaton ($azeue. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 8. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1903. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Fraternal Orders. MouutaliiCity Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons, meets 2nd and 4th Mon? day nights ut Masonic Mall, J. Will M< nie. W. . A. T. Shields, Sec'y. UockbridgH Lodge. .No. 68, LO. O. *"*. meets every Thursdnv night, at Odd Fol ow.v Hali \. W. Mampile, M. M. J. V. Urlnstaad, sy.-'y. Lexington Lodite, No- CO, K. ol P, Wats everv Tuesduv uiijht.at Odd Fel. . UTS' Hall* Vi. fl. riileman, V. C. J. V. 'jiinstead. K. H S. Natural Illidge Council, NO..980. Hoyal A reunion, meets 1st mid 3rd Friday nights in eaeh month. W. li. Beeton, Hereat. Janies "*Ylthrow, eee*y, \.o- Jaekson ' amp. No. iS-J,Junior Or? der A mei ieim Meehaiil'\?, meets every 2nd ,nd4ih Friday nights nt Odd Fellows Hull. F. S .lillington, ouncilor- I), ll. Kadfold, See'y. Liberty Lodge. No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, meeis every Monday night ut Odd Fell.ws' Hall. Miss Anna K. Ki'ii-e, N. 0 Mrs, M. F...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 February 1903

&i}V<&iXZ?tU. Pittdi-ahed Kvery Wednesday I*vening. J.S??TT M....uk \\ m.K.Kknnkdy. Al I) () K K tit KENNED Y, Publishers. ! raviTnx.VA., Fkbbdabt 25, 1903. Subscription Rates In Advance : f)!i" Year_ft.OU ' 'I'hi'e Months.. .'-?;?) **-iv Mm*h"... .00 Bingle Copy.03 *T \ IvrtUiim roten furnlshwl on np 1*41 ni ion. li i-ine.H-i I.neill N'.iice:i Ute. a line for lli-at | ii.-rtio'i iiiilTie. a line for each Ktib ?f?qillili insertion. Obit inn ie-; excee.lii.u Ul lines, tlil.lites of msp -.'t, c inls nf thank*, etc., mn*t lie oil I fin m me rita of So, psst line. Telephone No. 34. HBTTKB PAY FOI TEACHER!** The niiixiumin anlary paid it pub iii- school teacher iu the rural ibs triets of Roekbridge county ls only .+'}'. By soine people this sum is n-oiirded .is u munificence. It '-im? ply amount* to $7.60 per week for the drudgery thal is neoeaaary to ? uni it during a part of the year. Out <>f this must come from $2 to to ?"*? a week for board .- nd lodging, : ave for :...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 February 1903

Lexington, Va., Februahy 25,1908. Rural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to The Gazkttk who desire their papers changed from their present post offices and tent by the rural delivery routes.are requested to notify us at once. This is thc only way wc haveoffinding/jut who prefer to have their papers sent by these routes. Tbe postoffice regulations arc that mail can only be served to such patrons as provide themselves with regulation boxes. Therefore, it is important that these boxes bc pul up at once, and notification be sent to us in order to be served promptly with Thk Gazkttk. To Our Correspondents. We frequently have to omit letters from our esteemed correspondents because they reach ns 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 1 etters received on Wedn csday, which is our da ol publication. Those WOO receive sample copies of THE GAXETTE...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 February 1903

BLIND? FOLD. :. blindfold -woman and loses all confi? dence in herself. Her step is slow, hesitating and uncertain. Her hands are raised to ward the im? aginary blows which threaten her. When a sick wowan seeks the means of health she is often like a woman blindfold. She has no confidence. Jibe cannot tell what lier effort will lead to. She turns now to this side and then to the other in uncer? tainty and doubt. The sick woman who uses Dr. Pierce's j Favorite Prescription may do so with j absolute confidence. It invites ojien- I eyed investigation. There need he no i hesitation in following the hundreds of , thousands of women who have found a perfect cure for womanly ills iu the use of this medicine. " Favorite Prescription " cures irregu- t laxity and dries weakening drains. It j heals inflammation and ulceration and eurea female weakness. " With a heart full of gratitude to you for send- ! lng out ovtr th* laud your wonderful medicine I j ?end these few lines, hoping that some p&...

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

Sbe Mxinaton (Bazette. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 9. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. 1903. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons meet it 2nd and 4th Mw day nights at Masonic Hull, J. Will Mcoie, \V. m. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. Itockl.ridj,'.' Lodge, No. Be*. LO. 0. F, neets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel ow*' Hali A. W. Monsplle, N. ?'. J. V. Oriustead. tfoc'j. Lexington l.odg'-, No- CO, K. of P, arleta everv Tuesday nU'ht.at Odd Fol ...W8' Half, W. B. Hileman, V. C. J. V. Qrlnateod, K. U b\ Natmal Bridge Connell, No..980. Itoyal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights la eoefc month. W. li Beuton, Uc_'.'iit. James ?Yithrow, Sec'y. Leo Jackson i amp, No. 88, Junior Or? der rVmerhran Mechanics, meets every ""nil tiid 4! h Kridiy nights at Odd Fellows' Hall. F. B Johnston, ouncilor. I). H. Itadfoid, Sec'y. Liberty Lodge. No. 2, Daughters of Itabekah, a.ts every Holiday night nt Odd Fellows' Hal). Miss Anna K. Ki.m>e, X. U Mrs. M. F. O...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 March 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evening. J. Soott Mookr Wm. It. Kkxnkdv. MOORE & KENNEDY, Publishers. Lexington, Va., March 4, 1903. Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year_411.00 I Thr*. Mouthe.. .25 Six Month*.. .150 i Single Copy.OS W V Iv irlisiiiK rata* furnished on np plication. Bn-ainuss Local Notices 10c. a line for Iirst Insertion in.l ?">.? a linn for each aub sequent insertion. Obituaries exc**?dlr.u 10 lines, tributes of respect, canis of thanks, etc., must be pul I for at me rats* of So, pei Una. Telephone No. ac CURRENT COMMENTS. Superintendent Cooley, of the Chicago schools, was recently authorized by the Hoard of KdncMtion todismissa consumptive teacher, against whom complaints were made because she endangered the health of lier pr. pi is, and was given power to insist on the physical examination of future applicants when deemed expedient. Tile old car works at Basic City, one of the big manufacturing ] i*nts of boom times, has been bought by a syndicate mk*, con? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 March 1903

Uliei&nzrtti. Lexington, Va., March 4, 15)08. Kural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to The Gazkttk who desire their papers changed from t heir present postoffices and sent 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 SSM by these routes. The postoffice regulations are that mail can only be served 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 Thk GASB1 TU, To Our Correspondents.. We frequently have to omit letters from our esteemed correspondents fMCSSBC they reach us too late. We would greatly appreciate Kitting thtsc communications as tatty in ths* week as practicable, certainly not later than Tuesday, and Manann, '/ al all possible. We can rarely BBC letters received on Wedn isday, which is our da ol puhlicaticn. Those uho receive sample '...

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

.L~-,-. *?-? -v *.-?. ? -wa? lt is s great affliction for a woman to have her face disfigured by pimples or any form of eruptive disease. It makes ber morbid and sensitive, snd robs ber of social enjoyment. Disfiguring erup? tions are caused hy impure blood, and are entirely cured by the great blood pnrifying medicine?Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It removes from the blood tbe poisonous impurities which cause disease. 3 perfectly and perman? ently cures scrofulous sores, eczema, tetter, boils, pimples and other eruptive diseases which are caused by the blood's impurity. It increases the action of the blood-making r/lands and thus in? creases the supply of pure rich blood. ? For about one year and a h?lf my face wa* very b?dlv broken out." write* .Wis* Carrie Adams, ol 116 West Malu Street. Battlecreek. Mich. "I (pent a gre*t deal of money with doc? tors *ud for different kinds of medicine, but re? ceived no benefit. At last I read one of your advertisements iu a paper, and ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 March 1903

lexinaton Gazette. VOLUME 99. NUMBEB 10. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH ll, 1903. ONE DOLLAR A VEAR, Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 07, Ancient York Milsons meets 'Jud and 4th Mon? da* nights at Masonic Hall, J. Will Moore, V?. M. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. HockbridKe Lodge, No. 68, 1. o. 0. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel ow*,' Hali A. XV. Manspile, N. <-. J. V. Grinataad, hoe's. Lexington Lodge, No- oo, K, of P, neets everv Tuesday nlght,al Odd Kel. ??>ws' Hall". W. B. lineman, C. C. J. V. Orlitstcad. K. lt S. Natara] BridgeConnell, No..990. Hoyal Arcanum, meets 1st and bri Friday nights in each month. W. R. Beeton, Regent, .lames "A'ithlow, Sec'y, I.e.. .Jackson Camp, No, 89,Jnulor Or? der American Mechanics, meets every 9nd -md 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows' Hall. F. S Johnston. ? ouncilor. I). B. Radford, Bec'y. Liberty Lodge, No, ?-', Daughtere of Kel.. Uah, meets eve! v Momliiv lii;*llt at Odd F.H ws' Hall. ' Miss Alina K. Kiause, N. U Mr*. M....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 March 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evening I. Scott Mookk Wm. It. Kennedy M OGRE & KBNNI I) Y Publishers. Lkxinoton, Va., Mabch ll, 1903 Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year_*1.00 | Three Months.. .21 Six Months.. .."Kt I Steffie Copy.OS tT v I .? < ? ' < Ing rates furnished on ap plleation. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for Hist insertion und de. a line for each "Sub? sequent Insert ion. Obituaries MSfledtt.ii 10 lines, tributes of resp.'.'!, earda of thanks, etc., must be paid foi at Hie rnte of te. pei line. Teh-phone No. 34. THK TOKKKNS SYSTEM OF LAND REGISTRATION. The Torrens syst.-in of hind registration hus been under dis? cussion in Virginiu foi severn! yeurs past, imtl those familial* with its requirements ndvoeute its adop? tion. The simplicity nf the pinn, as well tis the validity of the title, makes it particularly practicable and acceptable, lt is simply a ayatem of i agister lng, and in some acts ol' guaranteeing, the title to hinds, nntl the prime object of ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 March 1903

Lexington, Va., Maui h ll, 190' Kural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to Tim GAZETTE who dodi their papers ch.niRa.-tl hmmihaltpreieatportc*Bct and sent by thermal delivery routes,are reqiiesti to notify us at once. This is lhe only way \> llrav'C laf finding.out wliaa prazier to ha\ aa their pawpw nen! by these routes. The postoffice reKulatioi are that mail can only be served to such patrol as provide themselves with regulation boxe Therefore, it is important that these boxes be pt up at once, and notification lu- sent to us in ordt to be served promptly with Thk C.azk i i i . To Our Correspondentn. We frequently luive to omit Utters from OU esteemed correspondetils because Ibe) reach ii too late. We would >;r<..ilK appreciate Rettini these conimiinitaiioiis as car \ in lhe week a practicable, certainly not later tina 'Tuesday, am Mun.lay if al all pOSSaVe. Wc can rarely us, letters received on Wetliitstlay. which is oin tl: ol publication. Those woo receive sampk copies...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 11 March 1903

Bargain Babies. If babies were for sale the most invet? erate bargain-hunting woman in the world would not look for a bargain babv. $he would want the bert baby that could be bought, regardless of price. : Every woman naturally craves a healthy, handsome child, and her crav? ing can be gratified if she will but re? member that the child's health i9 her own gift, and to give health she must have it to give. Mothers whose babies have been weak and puny ave nursed in strength leir first strong child ter using Dr. Pierce's avorite Prescription. It the best preparative for maternity, encouraging the appetite, quieting the nerves and inducing rc fre.-i.mig sleep. It gives the mother strength to give her child, and makes the baby's advent practically painless. "My wife hat! been sick uearly all lier life." sjy? Mr E. E Prick*, of Petersburg. Menard C.... mino**. Bo* 367, "and after trynij cvery Ihlnjt I could think of I made up my mind to irv ' Favorite Prescription.' I got fix bottles, wl...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 March 1903

dbe 3Lexmaton Cazette. VOLUME 99. NUMBER ll. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. MAKUH 18. 190a ONE DOLLAR A YKAK. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Anc York Masons, meets 2nd and 4th * day nights at Masonic Hall, J. 1 Moore, W. M. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. ltockbridge Lodge, No. 58. I. O. 0 meets every Thursday night, at Odd ] ows' Hall A. W. Manspile, N. (J. J. Grinstead, See's*. Lexington Lodge, No. 66, K. of neeta every Tuesday uight.at Odd ] ?ows' Hall, W. S. lllleman, C. C. J. Grinstead, K. K S. Natural Bridge Council, No..920. He Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Fri nights in each month. VV. R. Heel Kegent. James Withrow, Sec'y, Leo Jackson Camp, No. 82, Junior der Amerlcau Mechanics, meets ev 2nd iud 4th Friday nights at Odd Fello Hall. F. S Johnston. Councilor. D. Madford, Sec'y. Lil>orty Lodge. No. 2, Daughters Rebekah, meets every Monday night Odd Fellows' Hall. Miss Anna KlMM. N. G. Mrs. M. F. Orig] Beer. Professional Caras. /YREENLKK D. LKTCHEB, \<T Attoksky at Law...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 March 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evenin J. Scott Mookr. Wm.R.Kknnrd MOORE & KENNED Publishers. Lexington, Va., March 18, 190 Subscription Rates In Advance One Year. ...*1.00 1 Three Months.. , Six Mouths.. .50 I Single Copy. ?f V. lvirtis ing rates furnished on i plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line I first insertion and 5c- a line for each eu sequent insertion. Obituaries exceedlr.t< 10 lines, tribut of reelect, cards of thanks, etc., must! paid for at the rate of le. pei line. Telephone No. 34. THE PURE ELECTIONS BIL Se iator Barkedale'i pure ele tiona bill, which was introduced i the Senate nn'd passed that bod two months ago, waeonlaetThun day passed by the House of Deb gates by an almost unanimous vol ?72 favoring and 5 opposing til measure. The enactment of thi law is-, perhaps, the moat (lrusti and far reaching step ever take in Virginia to prohibit the use o money in elections and thc cot ru pt ion of voters. The bill is sweeping in its pro visions and forbids any c...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 March 1903

Lexington, Va., March 18, 1903 Rural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to The Gazettk who desiri their papers changed fi om their present postofiice! and tent by the rural delivery routes.are requestec to notify us at once. This is the only way w< haveoffindingiout whoprefei to have their papen sent by these routes. The postoffice regulation! are that mail can only be served to such patrons as provide themselves with regulation boxes Therefore, it is important that these boxes be pul up at once, and notification be sent to us in ordei to be servfd promptly with Thk GASCTTB. 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 received on Wednesday, which is our day ol publication. Those aho receive sample copies of THE GAZETTE thi...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 18 March 1903

mm uris ai si av Thc moat timid man will take * Chance of. escape. The slender rc dropped down the precipice, the si pery log over the abyss, anything tl offers a chance of life, ia eagerly -nab ed at. The end the mao seeks is safe He cares nothing for the means to that end. There are thou aanils of men and women whose lives are at stake,' who are hindered from accepting the one means of safety hy fooliah prejudice. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has been the nieana of restoring health to many men and women whose hol? low cough, bleed? ing lungs, ema? ciation and weak? ness seemed to warrant the state? ment of local phy? sicians?"There is no cure possible." Why should prejudice against S put-t medicine hinder you from trying wh has cured thousands of suffering nu and women? "Only for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical D ccwery I think 1 would be in my grave to-da> writes Mr. Moses Milts, of Hilliard, tinta Ci Wyoming. "I hail asthma so bad I could n Bleep at nitht and was comp...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 25 March 1903

Gbe lexington (Bazette. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 12. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1903. ONE DOLLAR A YEA U. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Anci York Masons, meeta 2nd nnd 4th M day nights at Masonic Hall, .1. V Momo, vf, M. A. T. Shield* Sec'y. Rockbridge Lodge, No. 88, 1. (). <). meets every Thursday night, at Odd I ows' hall A. W. lfaneplle, N. G. J. Orin stead. Secy Lexington Lodge, No. Gd. K. of meets even- Tuesday night,at Odd F iows' Hall* W. S. Hileinan, C. C. J. Orinstead. K. R S. Natural Bridge Council. No..990. Ko; Arcanum, meets 1st anti ilrd Frid nights in each month. W. R Beet* Recent. Jamos *flthrow, Sec'y, I.Jackson Camp, No. SJ,Junior ( der American Mechanics, meets ev*. Bad tad 4th Friday nights at odd Kellov Hall. E. s Johnston, ' ounollor. D. Radfoid. Sec'y. Liberty Lodge. No. 2, Daughters Rebekah, meets every Monday night Odd Fellows' Hall." Miss Anna I Bianco, N. 0. Mrs. M. F. digit Secy. Professional Carus. /YREENLKK I). LETCH KR, \(T A...

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