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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 September 1898

THE GAZETTE. Prm.isiiEn kveiiy WunNESDAT ?BT? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 OS Inch for first insertion, and 50c. for cac) ontinimnce thereafter DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election November 8, 1898. FOU CONGRESS, J M. QUARLES, 0* Stolon: Help is wanted when the nerves be. wotoe weak and appetite fails. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives help by making the blood rich and pure. TRUSTS FORMING. The formation of a gigantic trust which, if formed, will lay a tax on every mouthful of bread eaten in the United States. It is to be known as the flour trust, and will, if completed, draw under its dominion every barrel of Hour going out of our mills. It is possible that the millers might tool kindly to such a trust, as tbo price "f flour would be more uniform and poa ? sibily higher, but ,where trusts make their money is in buying the suppl i. For instance, they grind the tobacco producer to earth vi ith low prices; thoy force the man who digs the coal to dig at starving wages, and they will foroi...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 September 1898

*+ COLD DUST DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE Of The County Meets And Transacts Important Business?Resolutions On tho Deatb of W, F. Lackey Passed. A meeting of the County Democratic Committee wns belel at the office of Letcher i1*: Letcher on Monday. Tbe following business of public interest was transacte.!: Frank Moore was elected a member of the committeo for the Lexington precinct to fill the vacancy caused by the election of B. N. Bell as a member ot the Electrol Board. Mr. Moore was also sleeted Secretary ol the committee. W. T. McMillian was elected a mem? ber of the committee to fill tho vacancy caused by the death of W. F. Lackey of the Oak Bank precinct. On motion tho following resolution was offered and adopted on the death of W. F. Lackey : "In the death of "W. F. Lackey tho county has lost a most valued citizen, the Democratic party a lea ?-'er and worker of whom they were pron.', Rksolved, That a copy of this reso? lution be sent by the secretary to the wife of the deceased." On m...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 September 1898

"__t.w_.li . ! fi i -ii **"* '**^mmmmmmaaaam (URL'S l.OOMS.. thZ '"-S5P"??*? A look into Hi teri's room -viii pi an idea of what khul of a woman ? will probably income. I girl '?? keeps her clothing Luii? ap EH .'; nroone room ia dean, wdl bo very a to make a good wife and a guecee.f woman. Order and neatness arc essential 1 our comfort as well as that of otliei about u_. A girl who throws dow her things anywhere will do things i: a sovenly, careless way. A girl who docs not make lier bu till after dinner?and 6he should al? ways make it herself rather than haw .1 servant do it?and throws her di est! or hat down in a chair, will mako a poor wifo, niuo cases out of ten.' If all thc world could seo how a girl keeps her dressing room, many un? happy marriages would be saved, j Bo just as tidy about your person and your room as if all your friends could always see you. Get into Ihe habit of order and neatness and it wii always com? oa.y in life afterward*. A GIRL'S ESSAY ON BOIS. Boys ar...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 September 1898

EXINGTO'N Ga_Z?TT Vol. 94. No. 37 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, September 14, 1898. <! $1,50 a Year i *a?^s*_i?-waj,*?wiaiMpww m K PROFESSION LL C IK WP iloti^TON,' FranI ? ? 01 s \ . R.i- <\ 11.1:1 r 1 . V ?. ' w p N I 1 v nt Law, si; to win pi .. ? ?'l"i,!^ and iv?l alvon to I-..I4 Building. J. 1'i:k.-.t?n Moons. Moori MOORE A MOORE, Attorneys at-Law a id Notary Public, 1, Va. Will practice in Riicki 1 ? 'Joining coon tics. Special attention glvei to tho Collei Claims, Examlnal ? aud pi. paring Abstracts and l>.ls. Buplementar>' to o\. law is negotiate loans, sell (ari \V" now have on bandi ?r ale ?> number of th" llneel rarma in R< DU. .). T. WILSON. DENTIST, iii Tl S, \ ?, Olliri; Wasliing-.oii *" _ creon. iJas.E.Heck, \.,n; 'v; Dressed ' umber. lot -'Mig Ceiling lal . \, HE( b : CHEAP HOMES <>._ : time ? 1 I H\.'l' 1., w. ami wouli waul : terns so MINI.Kl li,-al EstateUroker, RO_. S'OKE, \ A WVKT1 ? Several good .ainllir ? ? can get ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 September 1898

mat'- ?--?"--* --*-?-- ~* I *?*?? itiii 1 THE GAZETTE. I'l'iiLisiinn SYSll Wkunkbday - nv? BARCLAY AND COMPANY TT(; \ i rTTiYKitTisESiT^TS -ju o# 'inti for linet insertion, anil 00c. foreacl 1 tlananee tixon after DEMOCRATIC TICKET Flection y>newber S, ISPS. voa co.NaiiKss, M. QUARLES, Of Staunton. Tho testimonials in behalf of HooeVs Sarsaparilla are written by honest people who want yon to know what it has doue for them. A HIGH WAY OF COMMERCE Thc primntive methods of trade ana travel, that followed along after tbe opening of our section of the Talley of Virginia, came to a halt as railroads supplanted wagon and stage transporta? tion. The new styles by steam were excluded here but not from elsewlaii. In this new dispensation a through Valley solid line ot railroad carrying u premium to the treaaury of the State WM offered but declined. Millions up? on millions of dollars were expend'd by the State which looked to the build? ing of the Eastern marts of trade to ths neglect of t...

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 September 1898

GOLD DUST SOMETi Lan?, package of the world'a beet _)ee_nt??r for a nickel. Still Knitter economy io _ pound pe__.a_... AU _rro_era. Made only by THE If. K. FAIR Tl (.WK COMPAJT CStlc-kgo, St. Louis, New York, Bolton, Phltadt. LEXINGTON IN BRIEF. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Over The Town by Our Reporter. 7.V TEE Us TING 1 'EESOEA LS. A Cyclorama Showing The Movements Of Our People And Their Friends. Miss Lucy Varner is visiting friends in Lynchburg. Miss Kate White, of Bedford county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Ackcrly. Rev. R. E. Hutton left Monday on a business trip of a week to Tonncs_.ee. Rev. Thomas A. Johnson is sjxmding the week with his father in Lynchburg. General J. M. Mooni, of Washington, is at The Lexington. Andrew Moore, Esq., and wife, of Pulaski, are the guests of A. T. Barclay. Miss Bessie Penick has gone to Pu? laski county to spend tho winter. Miss Mildred Wilson, of Salem, is visiting Mrs. Joseph Mateer, of Murat. Miss' Amy Whitehurst, of] Norfolk, is vi...

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 September 1898

, ? tf WASHIJi Tl. C.)Obn 'vor.co-i i : : orel ; . ..,,, i '?.! to rem in in Uk ryofacabinol ?? :. oo ri your, and it dosi ,1 ? hould be able tc knock i that, but tho social h.i'i i ot a hij b official in Washington ty i \r.oting find to discharge than ii creal dca1 ol mons/. Foareign -adm nd diplomata n._ Mr. c o Secretary of Stall bound to *'? - noan ]?> ipl? would ? 'iiml; will oi hun if be cliit Dot rnraents of thefonignen fnr i ieh them with money to burn nm! Miry ?< t n hot pace?it taken an Amort* ? ut eabinet officer withmonoyindopend (?nt ot' lii? salary tukcep it. Washington ia a high-presure town, anyhow. Thi < spences of public life lhere aro h? ai Ihe demands upon a public i ?-. <. A S< astor or Kepi e er ?? wboisnoi al solutely ^tin^-y is in i (ting away from tbere'br I thou] i -thousand-i oil. r.- i in Washington is Tery allum., i lb average mind, bnt if a public un hei lives as becomes bis station? people do not want him to liv ' r< wis.?and meets an...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 September 1898

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol 94 No. 88 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, September 21, 1898. . -{$1.50 a \ ear IT?"7*_r" ??t_ AND With a lofty sense of right and wrong aro tlie prerequisites ol sneeees In buelneea. Away yonder last May when people were rejoicing at taking off dannel, and when the pri.e was away down, Una it %-w* thal we commenced baying, and we me now rejoicing at the wisdom ... out adion.JSWtns can now furnish our friends with a very heavy unean 1 a quarter-yards wide Cantjmwmel at 10c. Remember this la doable the usual width, and it is extra heavy. Thea we hare amit her grade. 1J, yards wide nt Tc. This means Wc. for heavy single- wiilth Clinton nnd very mach heavier limn our regular Bc. Canton. A\ c 101 ncavv single- ii nun v ninon aim .ci,, iiiucii m.mri limn *t*u ivgu.,.. ??. . _._.,.-.... '.ave a joh in regular width Clintons, everybody's 10c. value, for He. with us. Wc bought ?lum l>y the i aae in order to get this advantage. Simpson s Solid...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 September 1898

I / I'lTiuisiiKi) avant wednesday BARCLAY AND COMPANY r KG AL ADVERTISEMENTS -Jl 00 im ii for first insertion nnd 60c. tor eaoli i. itlnuanto thercaftei_ "* UFilOUKATIC TICKET ~^ Elation Novciiibev 8, 1808. ro roNunas*., J. M. QUARLES, Oi Staunton. A HICIHU Ai OF COM_t_JGl-CK, AGAIN. Our homo progress involving material interests, should be second to none in consideration and attention. Such are Ihe true methods to secure general im? provement and prosperity! Following this lino of thought guided by relkc tion growing out of the title of this article, of necessity we compare the Shenandoah division of the Norfolk and Western railway, which is tho oily solid line of transportation through the great Valley of Virginia and its associat? ed interest*, North and South. All efforts previous to the coming of the Shenandoah line wero not uuiform.uor were they for more in tha general de? sign than to cross the Valley at cer? tain points, leaving the great longi? tudinal route lo no methodica...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 September 1898

WE ARE READY! To show you New Fall Goods. They are here, marked, ready for your inspection. , Ml li t 7 Everything in SHOES ? ?? - E **? "I J* , '? We lit heads, too, -'' with *8" Fur Men, Ladies and Children Hats and Caps, All styles and prices. ? 'M&A " Owit linc of Boys' Caps,. 25c &&**?? Nico Alpine Hats fur Mon.?1.00. Come and see our lines. That's the best way. Wo fit Heads and Feet. GRAHAM *fc CO. Shoe Store. \ DIED. Mr*. Bettie Tankersley.wife of Sam'l A, Tankereley, died at her home at Ea?t Lexington, Monday evening, aged gixty-six years. Death was caused by liver and kidney trouble. Mrs. Tanker? sley wan a daughter of Jacob Miley, deceased, of n^ar Fairfield She is survived by her husband and six chil? dren?four boys and two girls: Bonton, Charles, Arthur, Frank, Miss Aunie, and Mrs. John Bare. The funeral took place to-day at ll o'clock from tho Baptist church, of which the deceased was a member, the pastor, Rev. T. A. Johnson,cinducting the service. Her four ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 September 1898

fnJ0\mtUteaammmamw;-^*^^ Wi! Jffiidlt "I had just plunged into the per.u tion of my sermon one Sunday evening said the pastor of one of the higgi churches on the east side, "when i usher came up the aisle and raised h hand to bid mo pause. I was mo; than usually imbued with the spirit < my discourse, and I think thc eongn gntion was stir f I a 'tit more than th ordinary. Bul I ?*???? ped speaking ani stepped over .ul.m the usher say "If Dr. B-is in the church he ii Wanted at the loor immediately.' "I ivas puzzled for a moment. ] saw that the good doctor was after an advertisement, but it was evident also that if I did not make the announce? ment the congregation would be dis? tracted by curiosity as to tbe cause of the usher's interruption.' So I made the announcement and continued my sermon. "Tho next Sunday evening, toward tho close of the servico, an usher came up and handed to me a slip of paper.on which was written: " 'Please announce that Dr. C.? is wanted at the door.' "Dr...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 September 1898

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 94* No, 39 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, September 28, 1898. -{$1,50 a Year With liol of right and wrong are thcprcrequl IU* of succeMi lina. \wa\ \.?[??'.. i a t Ma\ when people worts rejoicing nt laking off flannel, tind wit price ?? ...linn. e. ni buying, atm! wo aro now rejoicing ni tim w M a unai ""fl and lt is Wi rhl me. for le en han our regnlni '"? ' 'anton. ^ li.-iv i' h ut, \\.. h I hi tn td, Ibis week e of rogiilni . ? replaced i ml Fancy I '? i.iiu-,. V fi lend ol a ? I. autif I al! wu,,i lin- lu.-, will.. Five yali mid tin retail price every where te one dollar. A- lue-a-- our* la 1 mean- -? *** 'lat ?ill last for '..hiv, and will ee These J_.ieil- are very handsome and heai s Gapes and Jackets Capes al au, >:;.liii. Then Wi r these I" -i/.e- an.I ,i .lac! > | nu ? have nuttful and ijS.Iki perfectlj garment Wc el en. il nj' eli Siltiiiilii v night "lie hundred ami TSo. wv have a very alee wi ap. Then - H.SO, S2.00, ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 September 1898

? i ??**?*??*__* m ~la_p-M the czette; PuBUSBSO K. :::v \V_*n_.K8n__*_ nv - BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 oo rtlon, ind 50c. for each continuance thereafur I > K MOCRAT1C TICKET El'dion Noixmbcr 8, 1808. v. Hi C'iMIRKBS. J. M. QUARLES, Of Staunton. If you Huller from sores,boils,pimples or if your terves are weak and your system tun down, you should take Hood's Sarsaparilla. OrirLOCAL"WHEAT MARKET. The local newspaper is the best rep rosen tat ive in setting forth and foster? ing designs of interest for thc people for whom it is entitled to speak. Oc? casionally we abuse valuable commen? dations by city daily journals which they bestow upon their weekly country contemporaries for such valuable ser? vice. The Gazette had its origin KWOij down in the first decade of the century which is almost ended. We claim not to speak on this line for twenty-five years of thc past, except to say we have stood for and beside our generation, but can testify of thc earnestness and fa...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 September 1898

GOLD PV ST (iOLD DUST SOMETHING NEW large (yarku*** of the world'* bMt c.M__<_?r fora nlckeLBltagr_?t_recono_D.' ID 4 p. und p?ck*_j?. a" fro..ri. Mkde only by the it. sujaxRBAWK coKPAirr, Chlcaco. Pt LO-ln. Kew York, Bolton, P_____dt"pJ)la. WE ARE READY! To show you New Fall Qoods. They are here marked, ready for your inspection. Everything in 'SHOES For Mow ljiX<hcs and Children w* unmia9 Hats and Caps. All styles and price... (lieut line of Boys' Cape,. 26c. ZM Nice Alpine Hals for Men.fl.OQ, Come and see our lines. That's the hest way. We fit Heads and Feet. GRAHAill <fc CO. Shoe Store. LEXINGTON IN BfilEF Pithy News Item/ Gleaaed All Over The Town liv Onr Reporter. ? IS TER ES Tl Mi PERSONA LS, A Cyclorama Showing The Movements % Of Our People And Their Friends. #^ - Miss Susie Rhodes has retuned from ^^ a visit to Roanoke. -, MrV T. T. Agncr has returned fruin n week's%init to friends in Staunton. Mrs. Kate laxton is the guest of Miss Bettie Glasgow. <f C. B. Piers...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 28 September 1898

:-*____*-_.-~_- ? AFTFI. TUT' M_..?,'' QtlBBEL "'lo!" sho exclaimed, 'and never speak to mc aga it! ' He passed out into the unsympsith <tic Dight, but paused when be reached tbe sidewalk and drew some? thing from one of hil inside pockets. Ar- lit (Ld 80 the beautiful girl, wlio vat watching bim from ibo vestibule, in? tend n shrill scream and ran toward him. "Albert," bli- e_.<ed, "what would you du? Pray do not kill youjsilf! Throw yoi.i-revolver away mid let uh forgot om liliane]." "It isn't n rcvoiuer," ho replied, as he cnught her in his arms. ',KV u monkey wrench I borrowed from yon that day my wheel broke down. 1 hart been wealing it next to inj- henri erer since." Then they returned to the parbr and took np the thread of loves you ig dream when it had been brokeo.''?*-* Chicago News. GETTING ALONG IN KENTUCKY Proa the Sioux City Journal. Au nu.cdoto of Bishop Thomas W. Dudley reveal?, in his own words, the secrets of his success. "When it was first known in the cly in...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 October 1898

* I *\ gazette. Vol. 94. No. 30 Lexington, .Rockbridge County. Virginia, Wednesday, October 5, 1898. <{ $1,50 a Year With a lofty sense of right nnd wrong nie the prerequisites of success In business. Away yonder last May when people wera rejoicing at taking off fl annal, and when the price w lately lown, nei it aa (hat we commenced buyinp. and wi an now rejoicing ai the \*i- oi I mi i. kn f..- ire can now furnish ourfrleinla with n verj heavy ono-and a quart' yard wldi I'auton Flannel nt lUc. Ilemcmber tbl Is'louMc thu usual width, and ll ? tral nvj Tlien ?? l iv< iiiotnergrade, 1{ yard .Ideaf-i This means Hie. for heavy single-width i anton and verj much heavier than onr regular 5c. Canton, Wo have a joh iu regulat width Cantons, everybody's 10c. value, 'ors. with Webonghi lin ni by the cafe In ordci to get this advantage, Simjistui's Solid Mack Prints al Bc. a yard. A lol of Drapery, .-hort .inli.. In Simpson's goods, tn fancy designs, to arrive this week at Icm than ball i...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 October 1898

mi". ? r.'_?^__t-_?__Bs*i__-B_____-____M THE G ZETTE. PtJBLISHKO EVBRV WkDIIESDaY ?BT? BARCLAY AND COMPANY "LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 Ot" Inch for first insertion, and 50c. for saeh continuance thereaftot ?- ________?? : ? DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election November S, 1S9S. f CONOBE8S, J M. QUARLES, Of Staunton. Scrofula, hip disease, salt rbueni, dyspepsia and other diseases due to impure blood are cured by Hood'B Sarsaparilla. "DOUBLE HEADERS." . Scarcely a day passes by, that tho '?double headers," with their long trains of from twenty to twenty-five freight cars, are not observed coursing their way north over the Shenandoah division of the Norfolk and Western raUway. These trains are really elegant representatives of the trade between the North and the South since direct facilities have been furnished. The heavy freights thus provided for in the main consist of fat and stock cattle, the former for consumption and the latter for preparation, being first placed in the localities for final ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 October 1898

GOLD DUST GOLD DI sr geeeeeeoae^ieeeeeeaeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeneti^^e^HBeHsej Keep in the World I Veer, informed of what is going on; rend the papers and magazines; save time from housework for rest aud reading by using WASHINQ POWDER It saves both time and labor and gives results that please. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Rt Louis. New York. Bonton. I'hiladelphla. )oe??'->H?ooo^ooo*.woo-_*e*o?oo-_-->o.-io^ WE ARE READY! To show you New Fall Goods.' They are here, marked, ready for your inspection. Everything in SHOES _0.tr Men, Ladies and Children w__.ne,,o.,>, Hats and Caps. All styles and print.. (treat line of Boys' Cups,. 2">c. Nice Alpine Hats for Men.91.00. Come andeee our lines. That's the best way. We tit Head* ami Feet. ** GRAHAM ?fc CO. I Shoe Store. LEXINGTON I_X BfilEF Pithy Neera _tye_._J Gleaned All Over The Town by/Our Reporter. INTERESTING PERSONA LS. Deaths. A Cyclo^na Showing The Movements Qf Our People And Their Friends. A. B. Beckwith, wife and *child are...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 October 1898

k_tamM_____________ti___tKS_??-, -?S9_I__H__9 [Young People's Weekly] Topic, Od. 9: Patriotism.?Ps. 33:1-22 It sometimes takes a crisis to give meaning to words we have known from childhood. In the minds of thou6?nds of young people -'home" ls associated with economy and struggle and count? less petty cat es, m that its finer.deeper meaning is quite lost sight of. But when a change of circumstances places those boys :tnil girls among strangers, "home" becomes tbe most significant syllable in the language. JTneir mother's face,lhe weather-beaten farm-house,the fields of grain, the shade-tress, even the road white with the dust of sum? mer, make part of a picture which fills their hearts to overflowing, and brings the tears to their eyos. Most [of us must be taught by experience before we can appreciate the sentiment of "Home BWeet home." In the last few months patriotism has become one of these illumined words. The crisis through which the nation has passed, has brought out its meani...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 October 1898

THE ?fl. m __???, __? Vol.94. No. 31* gazette. Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, October 12, 1898. <| $1,50 a Year Be In Tim? Do not wa-t ..nti. thfl alii Masts 11' "".'."inter forces vou to lay in your \\ inter Gooda, Come right along and do your buying now, while you eau 91 full 40-inch Cantons ? at ..J and 8Jets. Of exceptional q utility, far bflttsr than you ever hand of flt these pileflfl; aad ten to-*?8 wider, wc bate Cantons in abundance,* from 0 to U'Jets. per jurd, hoth in Meaeaed und unbleached. Underwear Shoes. Ol'lt READY MADE WINTER INDI-I. WK AR Is now corning iu?of rare ((Utility for the pliefl, Wfl cany a full line in all grade* for Usa, WoflSflB anil Children, anil at prises in reach of nil. Winter Wraps Weare daily expecting our Winter Wraps, lt is a well known factlhat tte curry tho best lint- nf Winter Wraps ever shown OT sold in this town, and we will soon be ready to offer you Jackets nnd Capes of all the newest, shapes and effects, also Sha...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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