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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 November 1904

^?OCkCttMM Published Every Wednesday Evening WILLIAM R. K K N N K I) Y Editor and Proprietor. Lexington, Va., Nov. 9 1904 Subscription Kates in Advance : One Year_ht.00 I Three Months. 25c Six Months.. 50c I Binnie Cony... 5c WAdvertisingrates.wbich arc mod? erate, furnisU;" ?n application. C#"Business local notices 10c. a line for first insertion and 5c. a line for each subsequent insertion. C-iTObltuaries exceediiiR lo lines tributes of respect, cards of thanks tte, must be paid for ut ths rate of 5c. per lins. ?JiTt>H1ce IVephone No. 84 connects witbtowii and county lines. KB PUBLICAN LANDSILDE The general election yesterday resulted in an overwhelming ma? jority for the national Republican ticket, a majority greater than that in 1000, when McKinley re? ceived *29"2 electors 1 votes to Bryan's 155. Parker received the L-bppoit Of the solid South, which gave bin; 151 el ec to.-ul votcs,wbile KooMYClt carried the Northern and Western and ali tile doubtful Stales, which s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 November 1904

<% (toft? Lexington, Va. Nov. fl, 1904 FREE TO ODK READERS ?Botanic Blood Balm for the blood j If you suffer from uneers, eczema, scrofula, blood poison, cancer, eating sores, Itching skin, pimples, bolls, bone pains, swellings, rheumatism, catarrh, or any blood or skin disease, we advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm (B.B.B) r specially recoLiinended for old. obsti? nate, deep-seated cases, cures where all else falls, heals every sore, makes the blood pure and rich, gi\ee the skin the rich glow of health. Druggists, 'i<l per large bottle. Sample sent free by wiit-j lug Blood Balm Co'. Atlanta, Ga. Do scrihe trouble and free medical advice sent In waled letter. Medicine sent at once, prepaid. -Unclaimed Lettes Following is the list of unclaimed letters remaining in the Lexington postofflce for the week ending Novem? ber 7th. Hall, Mrs. Lissie A. J.unis, Miss Lillian Lentil, M.is. Waller. Smith, Chas. F. Wilcox, W. A. K. Persons culling for these letters will p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 November 1904

TYPHOID GERMS. The microscope show, that in the blood of every person suffering (rom typhoid the little genus cnn bc found as shown above. They arc supposed to get into thc water or milk wc dnuk. The germs multiply so that one germ is capable of producing about one hundred trillion germs in twen? ty-four hours. That is why if they ever get into tht* water ?Upply of a town they multiply so fast that nearly everybody drinking the water comes down with the disease. There are exceptions, however, and they are the persons whose health is perfect, whose blood is pure, and liver active. When Um germs get into a healthy body they are thrown off with the other poisons. Recent Chicago statistics show that one-eighth of all tbe deaths in thc past two years in that city have resulted from pneumonia. Tile Lest advice we can give is to put the body into a perfectljAoimd, healthy condi? tion' Be assured that you have rich, rid blood and an active liver. Manr years ago Dr. R. V. Pierce, who is cons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 November 1904

fthe ^Lexington (Bazene VOLUME 100. NUMBER 46 LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER IR 1904 ONE DOLLA H A Y EA ii Fraternal Orders. Koekhridge Lodge, No. 58. I. 0. 0. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel lews' Hall. Lexington Lodge, No. CC, K. ..f P., noots every Tuesday night, at Odd Fel? lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters o Itebekah, meets every Mouday night,at Odd Fellows' Hall, Mountain City Lodge, No. CT, Aneiei.t i'ork Masons meets 1st anil Sid Mon? day nights at Masonic Hull Natural Bridge Council, No.lMO Royal Ai'i-iiinmi, meets lat and 3rd Friday nights In eai-h month, ut Odd Fellows' Hall. Leo Jackson Council, No. 82, .luniur Oder American Mechanic.-, meeta every nilsiul 41li Friilay nights,at Odd Fellows' Hall. Professional Cards. /YRKBNLBK 1). LETCH KR, liy Afroaaat at Law, ^ LBXINGTON. VA. (fotsarv Psibiic 1JAUL M. PENK'K. Attoknky at Lew, LkaINoToa, YlKOlNIA. Notary Public. ap 4 J. I'BKLionMoons. Pvaxk Mootta Cute l .\rk Hock bridge Wittily Public Coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 November 1904

Published Every Wedncsilay Evening WILLIAM R. KENNEDY Editor snd Proprietor. Lexington, Va., Nov. 1<j l(J04 Subscription Kates in Advance : One Teer....flatt I Three Months. 25c (Six Moullns.. 50c J Single Copy... 5c ?JfAdvertisins: rates, which are mod? erate, furnisbfC vu application. C-f"BiisMiess local notices 1 oe. a line for first insertion and 5c. a Une for each subsequent insertion. CiTObituaries exceeding 10 lines tributes of respect, cards of thanks tc, must be paid for at the rate of 5c. per line. aWOftlce Tssphoos No. ti oonnects withtown and county lines. HOW IT IS DONE The electors chosen Tuesday of last week will meet in the capitals of their respective States on the second aMonday of next January anti cast their ballots'for President and vice-President of the United j < State*. The results of their vot- r ing on that day will be transmit- j j ted to Washington, and the presi-; ( dent ol'the Senate with th? taro chambers of Congress in joint ses-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 November 1904

ijljp (fanzttt? Lemington, Va. Not. 10 , 1JKJ4 BUBB TO OLR READERS Botr. nie Blood Balm for the Blood If tvou suffer from uncers, ecxema neroffla. blood poison, cancer, eating Sfareej itching skin, pimples, bolls, bone pains- swellings, rheumatism, catarrh, or an!,-blood or skin dis*.-!*.*, weadvtfM you to take Botanic Blood Balm (B.B.B) r ?psMbally recoLiiuonded for old. obsti? nate, deep teated cases, eurea wheie all el*e fails. he;ils every sore, makes tho blood)pore and rich, glxes the skin the rloh MOW of health. Druggists, $1 per Iwgejhottle. Sample sent free by wilt? ing Blood Billin Co", Atlanta, Oa. De scribd trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter. once, prepaid. Medicine sent at Unclaimed Letters Following is the list of unclaimed letters remaining in the Lexington nostosttlceforthe week ending Havant lier IjUh. Adsjmis, A. H. Bolt-ton, Mrs. Laura Beaton, Mrs Mattie. plournoy, F. F (Ballia in, Joe. Huifdman, Mrs. Charles. Jones, Harry. Montgomery, James. lii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 November 1904

GIRL'S SECRET. "Aunt Cassie esme to visit us and she saw I waa acrvou*, had the fidgets all the ti ne, and sha asked me many questions, aid finally said, ' Why, you dear, sweet girl. ii|* not your temper that's bad, it's your constitution that's out of kilter. You sit right down now and write a letter to Dr. Pierce, at Buffalo, N. Y., tell him all your svmptoms '?and so I did. It wasn't long bi fora I bad a long reply, carefully going o'jcr my caa* and telling me just what to dil. I date my present happiness and little CSpid's return to the very day I sat down toj write that letter tan Dr. Pierce, for his advice was so good and his ' Favorite Pre? scription ' worked ?ucu a complete change ii:! me that now my former cheerfulness and good health?not to say unything of good looks?ate restored to me. I have I suitumoned Tom back to my side and wi* J sit? to be niarri?-, in June." {The proprietor* and makers of Doctor j Plj-rce's Favorite Prescription now ft cl | fu|ly warranted in offer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 November 1904

?, ml Hm-V-vI^' 1T tamaton Gazette - ? ? VOLUME 100. NUMBER 47 LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 11)04 ONE DOLLAR A YLAR Professional Cards. ihrKKKNLEK I). LETCHER, inr Attobiii at Law, * LEXINGTON. VA. NOaaaaTT PllbUl* PAUL .M. PF .NICK. Attorney at Liw, LKaINOTON', VlROlNIA. Notary Public, hji 4 Jl HasetonMoons. Frank Moon* (Jute t .'erk Kook bridge Notary Public, I County i'ourt. OOHE & MOORE. Attorney.** at Law, Lexington, Va lion** So 12 M i I UGH A. WHITE. X X ATTOUKEY AT LAW Omen: Hukna Vista Attn Lexington. ? na Vletn: MoDujoyti, Wedne i l fridays. f.i Lexington: Tuesdays, Thura I and ISutiirilavB. {Except, nt each jiloce Conti Days. ! mit. JOHN li HARTMAN, Deo tUt IMBeoe on Main Btreet, Ijoxlngton, Va Oflicc liewa; 9 a. m. to 2 p, in. 4 t,.G p.ui# iTbonc No. t. J. 1 )R. culls K WAIaZ, J DEN 11ST. (;i|own hui! Mri L'e Work a specialty c)jij>. Poatotlee, LicxiNaTON, Va. 1 1 one 74. inch, Un. DU ti. M. iii' ,1'n.N. BPECI HUT, ? Evt, 1.A1C, Ntl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 November 1904

(H|i> fe>tti> Published Every Wedneailay Evening WI Ia LIAM R. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. Lexington, Va., Nov. 23 1904 J Of ^^^ | '* Subscription Rates In Advance: Oue Year.... fl.00 j Three Months. 25c Six Months.. 50c I Single Copy... 6c ?7 Advertising rates, which are mod? erate, furiiiHl.c-f -in application. sjaTBusiness local notices 10c. a line for first insertion and 5c. a line for ?aoh subsequent insertion. CTObituaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of lc. asst lina. sjarOffioe Telephone No. 84 connects with town and county lines. THANKSGIVING DAY Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day, and throughout our broad land it will be generally and reverentially observed. There will be public worship, and family gath-rings, and happy reunions. It is trail that such ia the case. Fitting it is that careworn toilers should have an nccasional midweek day for meditation and worship. Un countjed bles...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 November 1904

(UIjp fepitp Lexington, Va. Not. 23.1904 Murat Iteiii*. Nov. 38?Quarterly confeience will be held at Ellott's Hill Methodist church Saturday, and communion on Sunday with preaching by Dr.Arm? strong, the presiding elder. Many of our neighbors took advan? tage of tbe recent cold snap ami sup? plied themse|ves with sausage. There is a fine crop of 'possums this scacon, and thirty have been caught near here during the present month. The colored Baptist are holding re viral servicesat Cedar Hill church. Airs. Emmett Erving is ill at the borne ol ber mot her, Mrs. J. K. Tardy. St. Elmo.' KKKK TO OLK HEADERS Botanic* lt loud ..aim for tbe Blood If; >ou suffer from niicers, ecsenia scrofula, blood poison, cancel-, eatiug sort**, Itching skin, pimples, boils, bone pains, swellings, rheumatism, catarrh, or ai v blood or skin tlis'iise, we adrise you to take Botanic Blood Halm (li.h.li) I'.bpeciully recommended for old. obsti? nate,! dose BtaBted cases, cures whine all else falls, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 November 1904

Other Worlds. Our sole knowledge of the peo pie on other worlds and how far the people there differ from our inhabitants, can only be guessed by comparison with animal nature on this smali sphere of ours. More important . -to- bs is *a knowledge ot ourselves. "Know Thyself" was an old Greek thought. How to take care of one's own body is not so simple as some think; the human mechanism is a wonderful thing and requires watching. One man who has done more to teach the American people how to care for their birdies than almost any other, is Dr R. V. Tierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., the Author of the "Common Sense Medical Adviser." He says t It is not the quantity of the food calm which produces strength and health (for some people can keep strong on a very meagre diet), but it is how much food is absorbed and assimilated by the blood and carried to nourish every organ of the body, lt is, therefore, vitally necessary for the body" that the stomach be in a healthy state. If disease of the stoma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 November 1904

exinaton Gazette TV r VOLUME 100. NUMBER 48 LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30.1904 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ? ' li JL J '. Fraternal Orders. Kockbridge Lodge, No. 58. I. O. O- P. j rueet* every Thursday night, at Odd Fel ows' Hall. Lexington Lodge, No- 66, K. of P., niaet*i every Tuesday night, at Odd Fel? lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge, No, 8, Daughters o Rebekah, moots every Monday night,at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient fork Mastfts meets 1st and 8rd Mon day Dights at Masonic Hall Natural Bridge Council, No.1980 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights iu each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Len Jackson Cou nell, No. 82, Junior Or.ie ? American Mechanics, meets every grid sad 4th Friday nightsat Odd Follows Hall. Professional bards. rYREENLEE D. LETCHER, \(T Attobnet at Law, , * LEXINGTON, VA. Notary Public. PAUL M. KNICK. Attorney at L>w, Lk a INO TON. VlKOlNIA. No wry Public. ap -t J. Phksion Moore. Fkank Mooki: Cate Clerk Kock bridge Notary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 November 1904

Published Every Wednesday Evei-tag WiILL1AM R. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. Lexington, Va., Nov. 30 1004 Subscription Rates In Advance: Om* Year_*1.00 I Three Months. 25c 8U Months.. 50c I Bingle Copy. . ? 5o sj*"Adverti8inS"r*.te8,which are mod? erate, furnisLtw' vn application. sarBusiness local notices 10c. a line for first insertion and 5c. a line for each subsequent Insertion. trObltuaries exceedim? 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of ft), per line. ?jrOfflee Telephone No. 04 connects with town and county lines. GAZETTE'S* TRADE EDITION Having secured the services sif Mr. W. A. Whelan, an experienced writer and compiler of Trade Edi? tions, Thu Gazktti will issue on December 14th a Trade Edition dealing with Lexington's excellent facilities as a trade center and con? taining articles descriptive of our local commercial enterprises. This edition will he dittribiited among all the people of Rockbridge Coun? ty, for successful re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 November 1904

(2% (&nz?tt? Lexington, Va. Nov. :>?>. .190-J FREE TO OLR HEADERS Botanic Ulood RalmTor tbe Blood If ;,ou suffer from uiicers, eczema ?at-i-oftila. blood poison, cancer, eating sores., itching skin, pimples, boils, bone pains, ewelllnge, rheumatism, catarrh, or any blood or skin disaa.se. we advise you to tAke Botanic Blood Balm (B.B.Bj r specially recommended for old. obsti? nate, dwp teated <ases. cures where all els? fails, heals every sore, makes (he blood pure and rich, gives* the skin the rich glow of health. Druggists, *1 per lasge bettie. Sample sent free by wilt? ing Blood Balm Oo\ Atlanta, Oa. De? scribe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter. Medicine sent at once, prejtaid. Unclaimed Lettei*s Following is the list of unclaimed letters remaining in the Lexington postofflce for the week ending Nave in ber 80th. Charabliss, John A. Claterbaugh, Mit's Ma. Hyman, Miss Ju-ia Heit. Miss Lily. Hart, Rosa Iving, Miss Sus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 November 1904

? 111.. I WmAT OAggg Of A LETTER. Uv Demr Aunt Kate I matt, tell yet* tbe toed Btw*. Right after receiving Tour letter, tile day before New Tear'* I started ta with sew reaolu tiotaa os Use frat of tbe veer. I wrote to Dr. 1. V. Pierce, st Buffalo. N Y as you requested me to do. I gave him all my ?raoptom*, which ware tbat I was tired? ao tired?all the tim* and did not care lo go aavwhare, depressed and sad, and all ambition gone, backache aud a dragfed-out feeling could not sleep, limb* fetTing sure and aching. I followed tbe doctor's advice, which he went to considerable patna to make plain to sae?to rest every day?a nap after lunch?complete relaxation?cultivate rrpoee of mind, try not to worry, get as much outdoor air a* poaaible, and prac? tice Ung,-deep breathing, expanding the lung*. Then for a uterine tonic. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, coupled with a wash he told me of. I must say that after follow? ing hts advice fer four months I feel per? fectly cured and like a ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 December 1904

(? ., h.-*^-^"'" Gbe l-exinaton (Bazette VOLUME 100. NUMBER 49 LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. DKCKMHKH 7. I WM <)NK BOLLAH A YKAK Fraternal Orders. Kockbridge Lodge, No. 58, I. 0. O. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fol? lows'Itali. Lexington Lodge, No. 66, K. of P., meets every Tuesday night, at Odd Fol* lowe.' Hall.. Liberty Lodge. No. 2, Daughters o Ileliokfth, meets every Monday night.at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons meets 1st and 8id Mon? day nights at Masonic Hall Natural Bridge Council, No.1920 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st anti 3rd Friday nights In each month, nt Odd Fellows' Hall. Lee Jackson Council, No. S3, Junior Order American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday nightsatOdd Fellows Hall. Professional cartis ^RKrlNLFJ-. I). LETC1IKR, W Attorney at Law, LEXINGTON. VA. Notary Public PAUL If, .fSNICK. i Attorney at Law {.V-AlVtilOau. YllMilKIA. KptwylPubllp. ap 4 J. I'mns Miti.i. Fi.-a.NK .Mooki Late t V-ik {To. Court ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 December 1904

? J-!_!-1 ' WI VoOMmht* Every Wednesday Evening WILLIAM R. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. ii i - -ai - , at r ? ??-. "a Lexingts>n, Va., Dec. 7, 1904 Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year....fl.00 I Three Mouthe. 25c Six Months.. 50c I Single Copy... 5c *j*rAdvertisU.*K*rates, which are mod? erate, furni**b?vc> vn applicatiou. s*aTBu?ine88 local notices 10c. a line for first insertion and 5c. a line for ?ash subsequent insertion. WO blt naries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, eards or thanks, etc, must be paid for at the rate of Sb. per line. ?sSTOfflee Telephone So. iii connects with town and county lines. CONVICTS FOR BUILDING PUBLIC ROADS As the winter approaches, with its accompanying bad weather and worse roads, .hs attention of the public is directed especially to the question of road improvement. That this subject is one ot para? mount importance, not cnly to the farmer but to the tinniness man in our towns, goes without saying. Dependent u[on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 December 1904

<% (tetfp Lexington, Va. Dee. 7. l.?04 New Advertiaeiuentej W. R. Beeton?Lexington Steam Laundry. J. McD. Adair--Christmas specialties in dry goods, notions aud novelties. R. S. Anderson?Christmas goode ami novelties in ellina, glassware and ?silverware. Weinberg's -reduction sale, special piices on underwear, shirts, gloves liiui millinery. IrWiu k Co.?sacrificing profits on 80IU3 regular lines to make room for holiday goods. 'Hie G. k 1). Clothing Co.?cash cos: sale, owing to a change in busi? ness January 1, 1905. Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual re? commendation of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, will have A long and bitter tight with their troubles, if not ended earlier by fatal temi nat i on. Head what T. R. Beall of Beall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall ?ny wife had every symptom of coll? um in ption. She took Dr. King's New JDiscovery after everything else had lnilo-J. Improvement came at once and fou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 December 1904

1iimsiora.NlwSiona(h One of the greatest American millionair.es once said to his physician, "A million dol? lars, Doctor, for a new stomach," and thea tbe sick man groaned and turned away. One of a man's greatest pleasures is that born of a keen appetite, vigorous digestion and a good dinner, and this belongs to many a good fellow who ia living on small wages, but the rich man without a stomach ha* to forego the good things of the table because his stomach rebels. Without a healthy stomach and a good digestion, our blood is thin, watery and poor, our heart action is weak, our liver does not do its duty, and man is miserable and unhappy. In this condition man is prey to the germs if influenza, consumption, malaria and all the ills that he is heir to. Consumption can be treated by natural methods which are as close to nature as possible. Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physi? cian of the Invalids' Hotel and .Surgical Inotitute, at Buffalo, N. Y., years ago un? derstood this disease...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 December 1904

vibe lexington (3azetie VOLCME U* J?Wa? W ^ LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBEK 14.11104 _ ONE DOI.LAK A YEAH Keduction AT Weinbergs Not on account of any change in our business but to give our custo? mers the advantage of the ^OWEST PRICES ALWAYS. Hen's $1.00 Gloves = 79 cents Men's .50 Gloves = 40 cents Men's and Boys'.25 Gloves 20 cents Hen's $1.00 Underwear 79 cents Men's .50 Underwear 40 cents Men's 1.00 Shirts - 79 cents Men's .50 Shirts - 40 cents BIG BARGAINS IN SUITS AND OVERCOATS, SHOES, HATS AND RUBBER GOODS. t *******4******i<*****t** See Our <o<tr>r> <oe~>e~?T>r>T>e~> Ladies' Department We are offering Great Bargains in MILLINERY Now is the time to buy and save money on your purchases at WEINBERGS Oppo. Post Office, Lexington, Va. Moses Brothers PROPRIETORS Lexington Roller Mills and Wood= Working Factory. Manufacturers of High Grade Roller Paten...

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