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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 March 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evenin J. Soott Moons. Wm.K.Kknnki MOORE & KENNED Publishers. Lexington, Va., March 25, 19C Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year-*1.00 I Threw Mouths.. . Six Mon' hs.. .50 I Single Copy. ?*" Vb' irtis lng rates furnished on i plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line I first Insertion and 5c. a line for each sn salient insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lines, trlbut of reerect, cards of thanks, etc., must paid foi at tho rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 34. SCARCITY OP FARM LAIU) From all over Virginia comes u the cry that all kinds of farm labi is scarce. This is due to the fat that many of the negro laborei have gone oil' to the mines or to tl railroad, or into service at til North, while others have rented ( purchased little farms, and ai doing business on their own ai count. There are many negr farmers in Virginia, andourinfoi ination is that nearly all of thei are doing first-rate and are goo citizens. But the scarcity of labor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 March 1903

Lexington, V.v.,Mai;(ii 25, IOC Rural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to Tbs GAzem who dal their papers chanel frointlKirpU'seiit i><>sh>Iti( and sent by the rural delivery routcs.arc request IO notify us at once. This is the only way haveoffiiiding;out who prefer to have their pap. lent by these routes. Thc postoffice rcg-nUtk are thai mail can only be served to such patrc as provide themselves with regulation box Therefore, it is important that these boxes be j np at once, and notification tie sent to m in or. to be served promptly with Tm: GASS iii, To Our Correspondents. We frequently have lo omit letters from c esteemed correspondents because they reach too late. We would greatly appreciate gettii these communications aa early in the week practicable, certainly not latci than Tuesday, a Monday if at all possible. We cati rarely I letters received on Wednesday, which is our <1 ol publication. Those -.1 hu receive sam, 'copi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 March 1903

Mother's Oh There exists often a very beal companionship between the mother her daughter. The iutima9y is fi free ana sympathetic. But some the mother feels as If something chilled this intimacy. The chll silent and sad. and seems to shun mother instead of seeking her. This change very often occurs wheo the young girl is crossing the bor? der line of woman? hood. She is inor bi.l, nervous, fear? ful, as she enters'!! upon this new ex? perience. The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription at such a time will do more thal re? store the normal balance of mind ami body. It will establish the wom? anly function u[>on a basis of sound health, as well as improve the appe? tite, nourish the nerves, aud pron the general physical health. ?Tura yenrs ago my daughter's health bc lo t ul." writes Mrs. Dan Hall, pf Brodh. Orrin Co. Wis "Everything d"" could th.m.;ht of was done to help her but it waso u->>- When she began to complain she quite btii.it; weighed! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 April 1903

Ghe ^Lexington (Bazette. VOLUME 99. NTIMBEB 13. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. 1903. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 87, Ancle York Masons, nieots 2nd and 4th Mo day nights at Masonic Hall, J. WI Moore, \V. M. A. T. Shields, Bee'y. llockbridgo Lodge, Na 68. L O. 0- I meets every Thursday night, at Odd Ff ows' Hall A. W. Mansplle, N. 0. J. ^ Orinstoad, hee'jr, Lexington Lodge, No- 06, K. of 1 meets everv Tuosdnv nklit.at Odd Fe lows' Hali W. H. llileii.mi, C. C. J. > Grinstoad, K. H S. Natural Illidge Council, No..920. Hoy Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Frldo nights in each month. W. H. Beetoi Regent. James Wi threw, Sec'y, Lee Ja?ksou Camp, No. 82,Junior O der American Mechauies, meets erei Ind and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellow Hall. F. S .lohnstou, Councilor. D. I Radford, Sec'y. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters i Rebekah, meets every Monday night i Odd Fellows' UeJl, Miss Anna I> atiausa, N. (J. Mrs, M. F. Crigiei Beey. Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 April 1903

i%fel>tfo Published Every Wednesday Evenit .1. Scott Mookk Wm.K.Keknki MOORE & KENNED Publishers. Lexington, Va., April 1,1903. Subscription Rates In Advance One Year_$1.00 I Three Months.. , ?Six Months.. .50 | Single Copy. '.?*" \ Iv.irtialug rates furnished on plication Business Local Notices 10c. a line I flrst Insertion and 5c. a line for each eu sequent insertion. Obituaries exoeedltu 10 lines, trlbut of respect, curds of thanks, etc., must' paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 34. PROVIDING FOR ADJOURN MKNT. The Virginia House of Delegate on Friday adopted a resolutio providing for the adjournment r the Legislature from May 15t until November 10th, and for th appointment of a commission t codify the new Constitution, am reports from Richmond arc to th effect that many members of bot! the House and the Senate nov concede that much time wouli have been saved if this methoe had been adopted in the beginning Last year,by far-seeing members i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 April 1903

Sty> fertir Lexington, Va., ArBu. 1, 1903. Rural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to The Gazette who des their papers changed from their present postoffi. and ?ent by the rural delivery routes,are request to notify us at once. This is the only way have of finding'out who prefer to have their pap. sent by these routes. The postoffice regulatic are that mail can only be served to such patrc as provide themselves with regulation box Therefore, it is important that these boxes be i up at once, and notification bc sent te us in ore to be served promptly with Thk Gazkttk. To Our Correspondents. We frequently have to omit letters from o esteemed correspondents because they reach too late, We would greatly appreciate getti: these communications as early in the week practicable, certainly not later than Tuesday, a Mot.day if at all possible. We can rarely u letters received on Wednesday, which is our d ot publication. New Advertisements. "New Idea" mail boxes for sale. J. Mci). Ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 April 1903

a ar arana &*ft\ becomes dui by constant use and must have a ii edge if it is to do good work. Const voi k dulls a man as it docs an ax, ma! bim sluggish of body and dull of mit He needs a tonic, something that will restore the keenness of mind and activity of body. Dr. Pierce's Ckdden Medical Di icovery ? puts new life into Wry WL >>r~. weak.worn-out, run- g '".Bsa \*iy dowe, mea and women. It strength? ens the weak stom? ach, purities the blood, and effect? ively .stimulates the liver. The whole body is built up with sound, solid flesh by Ute nae of "(.olden Medic .1 I Hann err." ?? I er ? coult>tcd lo hiv lied i, i I. i . month's fr.iin January tat, 1809, ami comm. ii cl to luke vi.ur medicine luiiuary 2MI1, ifl Mn ^^SfS^-^iri-tei Sallie I,. She 11 pa rd, of Pop I a rb tva .Mo. "i tiK t 1 ighl ;. 1 tlc* of Or, Pierce'* Ooldea Med? ico 1 Disunity, four of ' Favorite Preecrlptlon,' two vials of ?Pleasant Pellets.' mut oae bottle of liort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 April 1903

{The ^lexington Gazette. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 14. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1903. ONE DOLLAR A YEAH. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons, meets 2nd and 4th Mon? day nights at Masonic Hall. J. Will Moore, W. M. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. Koekbridge Lodge, No. 58. I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel owe' Hall A. W. Manspile, N. 0. J. V. Urlustead, ssec'*,. Lexington Lodge, No- CC, K. of P, -neets every Tuesday night,at Odd Feb tows' Hall, W. S. lineman, C. C. J. V. Grinstoad. K, R S. Natural Bridge Council, No..f>20. Royal Arcanum, meets 1st aud 3rd Friday nights In each month. W. R, Beeton, Regent. James vVithrow, Sec'y, Lee Jackson Camp, No. 83, Junior Or dor American Mechanics, meets every Sin?l ?nd 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows' Hall. F. 8 Johuston. Councilor. D. B. , Radford, Secy. Liberty Lodge, No, L Daughters of Rebeka*}, meets every Mondav night at i Oljd' Fellows' Hall. Miss Anna K. I Kunine, N. O. Mrs, M. F....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 April 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evenlr J. Scott Moore. Wm. R.Kennri MOORE & KENNED Publishers. Lexington, Va., April 8,1903. Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year. ...$1.00 I Three Months.. . Six Months.. .50 I Single Copy. W Advertising rates furnished on a pl (eat ion. Business Local Notices 10c. a line f first Insertion and SC. a line for each bu sequent Insertion. Obituaries e-r.ceedlr.t- 10 lines, tribut of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must I paid for at tho rate of 5e. pei line. Telephone No. 34. TO REVISE AND CODIFY lt was announced Saturday tba the committee of the General Af sembly to revise and codify th laws of the new Constitution, am report the same to an adjourns session on November 10th next,ha been completed. It is a body o strong men. who will do their worl well, and is as follows: On tin part of the Senate, Messrs.C.Hard ing Walker of Northumberland William Hodges Mann, of Notto way, and George Wayne Andersoi of Richmond city. On the parto: the House, M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 April 1903

0% feett Lexington, Va., April 8,191 Rural Delivery Notice. All subscribers to The Gazette who their papers changed from their present posl and sent by thc rural delivery' routes.are req to notify us at once. This is the only w have offinding]out who prefer to have their] sent by these routes. The postoffice rcgul are that mail can only be served to such p as provide themselves with regulation I Therefore, it is important that these boxes up at once, and notification be sent to us in to be served promptly with Thk Gazettk, To Our Correspondents. We frequently have to omit letters froi esteemed correspondents because they rea< too late. We would greatly appreciate gi these communications as early in the we practicable, certainly not later than Tuesday Monday if at all possible. We can rarel; letters received on Wednesday, which is ou of publication. New Advertisements W. 8. Kniseley & Co.-trimi hats. W. T. Shields, executor?sale building lots at Kaphine. J. M. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 April 1903

"To say a pleasant "word to anyone was almost impossible." "I was troubled with female wtt' -less for elglit years; ami suffered more than I can tell," write* Mn. Gust. Moser of OvandO, De?rlodi{e Co., Malt. " My disposition waa affected to Mich an extent that to aay a vlc.-isant word to ?nyotte was nlraoat ine .- -itile. "1 had two opera? tions performed by on.of the nioM skilled surgeons of the West. bit did u ot get relief. Theu, against nay doctor's strict orders, 1 commenced taking Dr. Tierce's favorite Prescription and 'Ooldea Medical Di?? coverv.' and also fol? lowed the advice given in thc- Common Sense Medical Ad? viser. '"I continued this Irratnietit for three mont ha, am! to-day am M he..'thy and wll as a wollum eau lie. I cauiK'l thank Doctor Metre enough 1 st Ilia kind letters to me." Womanly dis cases, as a rule, spoil the "disposi? tion," because of the extreme nerv? ousness and suffering they cause. Hap? piness as will as health is restored to the woman whose disease...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 April 1903

Ghe lexington (Bazetie. VOLUME 99. NUMBER 15. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1908. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. Vt, Ancie York Masons, meets 2nd and 4th Mo day nights at Masonic Hall, J. W Mooie, W. M. A. T. Shield-. Sec'y. Koekbridge Lodge, >'o. B8, I- O. 0.; meets every Thursday night, at Odd P< ows' Hall A. W. Maneplle, N. 8, J. 1 (Jlrinstead. bec'y. Lexington Lodge, No- CC, K, ol I meets every Tuesday night.at Odd Fe lows' Hall, W. B. llileman. C. C. J, \ Urinstead. K. H S. Natural Bridge Council, No..920. Hoy: Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Frlda nights in each sttionth. W. R. Beetoi Regent. James Witbrow, >??-y, Leo Jackson Camp. No. (^.Junior Ol der American Mechanics, -neets ever jjml aud 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellowi Hall. P. S Johnston, Councilor. D. I Radford. Bee'-f, Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters c Rebekah, meets every Monday night 8 Odd Fellows' Hall. .Miss Anua K Krause, N. 0. Mis. M. F. Crigl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 April 1903

Published Every Wednesday Evening. ?1. Scott Mookk Wm.K.Kknmcdy. M OGRE & K B N N B D V, Publishers. Lexington, Va., April 15, 1903. Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year.... $1.00 I Three Months.. .85 ?Six Months.. .50 I Single Copy.0:5 W Advertising rates ramleh ed on ap? plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a lino for tlrst Insertion ami Se. a llne.for each sub sequent insertion. Obituaries exceedM lu lines, tributes of respect, cartis of thanks, etc., must be pal'l for at the rate of Be. pei line. Telephone No. 34. NH NV BU BJ BC TS POH TAXA? TION To tb*.i sands ol' people nowa? days a Subject ol' vital importance is that of the laxes we will he required to pay under t^eprovisions * f the bill passed hy the General Assembly. The work has now' been about completed, as the Mann liquor bill, which controls the amount of State liquor business, has been adopted bj both Houses, anti only awaits the Governor's signature. The following are taxable sub? jects on which th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 April 1903

Lexington, Va., April 15, 1903. Those who receive lamPJi copies of Tl IF GA SI I ll thn week are invited to become regular subset ibei - New AdvertiscincntH. Weinberg's?millinery aud shoes. Charles Protsman?1.V) to MO eera farm wanted. C. E. Woodward?watches, clocks and bicycles repaired. Bank of Rockbridge- statement of receipts and liabilities. First National Bank of Lexington ?statement of reeeiptsnnd liabilities. J. G. Dixon, real estate agent ''McCormick Place" on Hays1 ("reek. und a small farm of 28acres near New Monmouth Church. Robbed the Grave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia, as fol? lows: "I was in an awful coin'itioii. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sun? ken, tongue coated, pain continually In beek nnd sides, do appetite, (grow? ing weaker dav by day. Three physi? cians had giveii me up. Then I was advised to use Electric Hitters; to my great joy. the firs! bottle made ii decided Improvement. I continuer1 j their use for three weeks, and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 April 1903

Sickness steals more savings than tri burglar. Slowly, coin by coin, tb money that has teen so hardly came is paid out for drugs and doctor: Sickness is the worst enemy of the worl ing man, and the common cause of th working man's sickness is disease of tb stomach often involving the heart, lung! liver, or kiel ne vs. Tbe use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Mee ical Discovery will stop the stealing c the savings ty sickness. It cures dil eases of the stomach and other organs c digestion and nutrition, lt cures dil eases of heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, etc. when these diseases are caused by th diseased condition of the stomach ani its allied organs. "Aluna Icu years ago I began to have troubl with my stomach." writes Win. Connolly, of M Walnut Street, Lorain, Ohio, "lt rai so bad had to lay off quite often two nnd three days ii a areek, my stomach would bloat, and I wooli belch up gas, and was la awful distress at sud times. I have employed and been treated b; the !>est doctors in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 April 1903

ftbe lexington Gazette. VOLUME 99. M']||:K^^^^^BLEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WE1)NESDV^^^22, 1903. ^^^^^^^^BnE DOLLaMyEAK. Fraternal Orders. ^Mountain City Lodge, No. f)7, Andi York Masons, moots 2nd Mid 4th Mo <l(iy nights at Masonic Hal), J. Wi I oort, \V. M. A. T. Shields, Sec'y. Hookbridge Lodge, >'o. S8, I. O. O. ] ii Mk every Thursday night, at (.Hld P? owa' Hall A. W. Ifansplle, N. G. J. 1 (brinstead, Sec'y. Lexington Lodge, No. 66, K. of 1 neeta every Toesaa; night,at Odd Fe .oks' Hali W. 8. Hlleman, V. C. J. \ Gi instead, K. R S. Natural Bridge Council, No. .920. Rori Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Frlda Bights, in each mouth. W. R, Beetoi Regent. James ^Vithrow, .^ee'y, Lee Jackson Camp, No, 82, Junior Ot dor American Mechanics, moots ever 2nd and 4th Friday nights at (Hld Fellows Hall. F. S Johnston, Councilor. D. Il Hadfoi I, Scry. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters o Rebekah, moots every .Monday night a Odd Pellowe' Hall. -Miss Anna K Krause, N. G. Mrs. M. F. Cri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 April 1903

(Uiieflfettv. Published I?very Wednesday Evening. J. Scott Moolta. Wm.R.Kennkdy, M OGRE Sc KEN N E D Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., April 22, 1903. Subscription Rates In Advance : Ono Year_*1.00 I Throe Months.. M Six Mool hs.. .50 I Single Copy.OH C<8~ Advertising rates tarnished on ap? plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a lino for Hist Insertion and r.e. a lino for each sub? sequent Insertion. Obituaries exceedir.gl01ir.es, tributes of reelect, cards of thanks, etc., most be paid for at the rate of Se. poi lino. Telephone No. M. THE SOUTH'S RELATION TO THIv NEG BO A notable gathering assembled last week in Madison Square Garden, New York, in the interest of the Tuskegee Normal and In? dustrial Institute ol' Alabama, a school devoted to the inst ruction of the negro elong industrial lines. The chief speaker on that occasion was former Presider.* Grover Cleveland, anil his address has at? tracted wide attention and interest, especially among Nouthelliers,from the fact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 April 1903

?lp fepitp Lexington, Va., April 22, 1909 9 Those uno receive samp/ copies of THE CAZETTi this tverk are invited I, become regular subscriber New Advertisements. W. F. Pierson?carriages, buggies wagons and seed oats. The 'G. & D. Clothing Coiupauv extraordinary announcement about clothing. A. P. Boude, administrator?sale ol personal property of Mrs. Mueadors A. Boude, of Lexington. Robbed tlie Grave A startling incident is narrated bv John Oliver of Philadelphia, as foi lows: "I mos in an awful condition. My skin whs almost yellow, eyes sun Ken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite, grow? ing weaker day by day. Three physi dans had given me up. Then I wai advised to use Electric Bitters; to my great joy, the first bottle made it decided improvement, ] continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they robbed the grave of another victim." No one should fail to try them. Only "il cents, guaranteed, at B. H (ferrell's drug stor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 April 1903

aMasaaaeaaswMweaa*aaaaa?lawsas??aasawaBa?aaM Sk Nervous Woman Will often feel compelled to stop the clock whose ticking seems unbearable to her. In such a nervous condition the woman needs a building up of the entire system. It is useless to attempt the cure of the nerves -while the cause I of the nervous? ness remains un? cured. A very common cause of nervousness in women is a diseased condi? tion of the delicate womanly organism. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures womanly diseases and the nervousness which they cause. It changes irregularity to regular? ity, dries the drains ? which weaken women, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. It is a perfect tonic and nervine, tranquilizing the mrves, promoting thc appetite and in? intirim; re .'resiling sleep. ? When I first wrote you 1 had been to three different doctor* ?nd two of them wild 1 would ?tm get lietter without going to the hospital for an operation." wriles Mrs. Selma Erickson, of 4y6 Rice Street...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 April 1903

Qfae Hextn^ton Gazette. VOLUME 99. NUMBEB 17. LEXINGTON, VIBGINIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1903. ONE DOLLAR A VEAR. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Alic \ erk Masons, meets 2nd and 4th ) day nights at Masonic Hall, J. 1 Moola, VV. M. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. Itockbricfce Lodge, No. .r,8. I. (J. 0 meets tvery Thursday night, at odd ow,' Hali a. W. Mansplle, N. <L J. Oriustead, Soc\y. Lexington Lodge, No- (Hi, K. ol Basts every Tuesday tti^ht.at Odd j lows' Hall* \V. 8. llileiiiun. C. C. J. Grinstend. K. lt S. Natural Bridge Council, No..WO. Rc Ati'uiiutii, meets 1st and 3rd Fri nights in each month. W. R. Beet Regent, James ^Vithrow, Sec'y, Les Jaeksoa Camp, No. 89,Jnntor dei American Mechanics, inerts ev 2nd nnd 4th Friday nights at Odd Kelk, Hall. E. S. Johnston, Councilor. D. Radford, Sec'y. Liberty Lodge, No, 8, Daoghters Rebekah, tn.-nts every Monday ni^ht Odd Fellows' Hal), Miss Auua Riause, N. G. Mrs. M. F. Orig! Secy. Professional Cares. /YREENLEE 1). LETC...

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