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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 February 1905

Sty? -fertl? Published Every Wednesday Evening WILLIAM H. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. Lexington, Va., Feb. 22, 1905 Subscription Rates in Advance : Oue Year.... tl-00 I Three Months. 25c Six Mont hs.. 50o I Single Copy... 6o ?rAdvertlslng rates, which are mod? erate, furnisLec' an application. -^Business local notices lOe. a line for first Insertion and 5c. a line for eaah subsequent insertion. erObltuaries exceeding 10 line-?, tributes of respect, cards of thank*, ate., must be paid for at the rate of a. Der lina. HeTOflioe Telephone No. 34 connects with town and countv lines. A TRIBUTE TO WOMANHOOD Last Friday, February 17th, witnessed the formal acceptance by tho United States Senate and House of Representatives of the statue of Misa Fruncesfi. Willard, the temperance advocate and founder tot the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. The statue was presented by the State of Illinois and now occupies Statuary Hall. Deserving tribute was paid this noble woman by tbe leading men of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 February 1905

tj[]t (&hzp\Xp Lexington, Va. Feb. 22. 1905 New Advertisements A. K. Fletcher?bankrupt notice of James Meyer. B. A O. Railroad?excursion tates to mardi gras. C. A. Lacy & Son?reduction sale ?continued to March 15th. Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to dell imita? tions of Dr. King's New Discovery for ?Consumption. Coughs and Colds, and ?other medicines, thereby defrauding the public. This is to warn you to beware of such people, who seek to profit, through stealing the reputation of remedies which have been success? fully curing disease, for over 35 years. A sure protections, to you, is our name un the wrapper. Look far it, on all Dr. King's, or Bucklen's remedies, as all others are mere imitations. H. E. Bucklen A Co., Chicago, III., and Windsor, Canada. For pale by B. H. Uorreli, druggist. Miss Kate S. Paxton Dead MlssKatoS. Paxton died at her home near Neriah Baptist church on South river, Wednesday, February 15, 11105,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 February 1905

3? A CONFIDENTIAL CHAT. "It's perfect nonsense, Bessie, for you to talk of being laid on the shelf. Why, it all depend*- on yourself. Forget your worries, your aches and ailments ; do as I did, take plenty of out-of-door air, cultivate happi? ness by not allowing your mind to dwell on the trifles and the worries of life. I sent thirty-one cents in stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., for his 'Common Sense Medical Adviser,' and found it con? tained much useful information about the care of my health, about physiology, anat? omy, and everything a woman should know. I then decided to write Dr. Pierce and tell him all about my ailments. I received such a nice, carefully considered and con? fidential letter, in reply, giving me advice about my diet, exercise and all. This advice is free to everyone and I wonder you don't write him at once, lt didn't take nie many months to regain my good looks. Ever since I was fifteen I have suffered untold agonies periodically but now I am fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 March 1905

Oo Gbe lodnaton (Baz VOLUME 101. NUMBEE 9 LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1905 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Fraternal Orders. HockbrldKe Lodge, No. 58, I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel? lows' Hall. Lexington Lodge, Nu- 66, K. of P., meets every Tuesday night, at Odd Fel> lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters ol Rebekah, meets every Monday night, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient a'ork Masons, meets 1st and 8rd Mon? day nights at Masonic Hall Natural Bridge Council, No.1020 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights in each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Leo Jackson Council, No. 82, Junior Order American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4fh-Friday nights at Odd Fellows Hill. Profess)onal Cards T/REENLKE D. LETCHER, c^T Attorney at Law, LEXINGTON, VA. Notarv Public. PAUL M. PENICK ? Attorney at Law LhAiKGroN, Yu-GiNiA. Notary Public. ap 4 J. Preston Mookk. Fkank Moori: Late (,'.**<*rk Co. Court Notary Public mOORE A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 March 1905

Published Every Wednesday Evening WILLIAM H. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. Lexington, Va., Mar. 1,1905 ?mm i Tt, ? .'.???? . ~*T~ Subscrlptlon Rates In Advance: One Year.... fl.00 I Three Months. 25* Six Mouths.. 50c I Single Copy... 5c iJaTAdvertisine rates, which are mod? erate, furnish*./ mn application. iJ-rBusiness local notices 10c. a line for first insertion and 5c. a line for each subsequent insertion. C*rObltuaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respeot, cards of thanks, ?to., must be paid for at the rate of c. per line. "WOfflce Telephone No. 34 connects with town and county lines. THE LEXINGTON SCHOOLS We publish in this issue a re port to the Lexington School Board from Mr. Harrington Waddell, principal of the Lexington Graded and High Schools, which reviews educational conditions in Lexing? ton for, the past ten years and also suggests certain improvements which seem imperative. The white ?ohools have shown steady growth in public favor, as evidenced bj the increased ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 March 1905

(Uljp fertfr Lexington. Va. Mar. 1. 1905 New Advertisements Robert E. Doon?agents wanted. W. R. Beeton?Lexington Steam Laundry. A. K. Fletcher?baukrupt notice of C. N. Sirles. W. H. Adkins Co.?agents for the Standard Sewing Machine Co. F. N. Anderson?a car load of Jacks for sale. W. F. Pierson?rock bottom prices in firming implements, buggies, harness, etc. Bank of Rockbridge?announcement of their facilities tor conducting bank? ing business. Rooinsou & Hutton?choice clover seeds stock feeds, lumber, fertilizers, vehicles, ete. Strikes Hidden Hocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption, Pneumonia, etc., you are lost, if you don't get help from Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. J. W. HcKinnon, of Talladega Springs, Ak , writes: "I had i>een very ill with Pneumonia, under tbe care of two doctors, bet was getting no better when I bearan t*> take Dr. King's New Discovery. The first dose gave relief, ard one bottle cure...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 March 1905

The best disinfectant of all la sunlight It destroys by ita very brightness all aorta of germs and at the same time helps the growth of plants and animal life. Doubt leas all have noticed that mould grows during tbe night and in dark, damp cellars. Bright sunlight quickly destroys genna, mould or other organisms. That is why it is best to let the sunlight into your houses for its purifying influence. At the Invalids' Hotel and 9urgical Insti? tute. Buffalo, N. Y., Dr. Pierce, chief con? sulting surgeon, started experiments, same three years ago, with '.he Finsen light in cot junction with the X-ray in the treat? ment of diseases. He got excellent results therefrom, and was among the first to adapt this remarkable cure to many caaes which it waa formerly supposed must of necessity be treated by the knife. Not only ia Dr. R. V. Pierce notable for his surgical achievements at bia hospital in Buffalo, but nearly a third of a century ago he discovered certain roots and herbs which were n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 March 1905

fe ot ReeVHrMfta ih*>|i ?? HO {The lexington (Ba tie VOLUME 101. NUMBEK 10 LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. 1905 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Fraternal Orders. Kockbridge Lodge, No. 58. I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel i Iowb' hall. Lexington Lodge, No- 66, K. of P., ?neets every Tuesday night, at Odd Fel lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge. No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, moete every Monday night, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient i'oik Masons, meets 1st and 3rd Mon? day nights at Masonic Hal) ! Natural Bridge Council, No.l 920 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 8rd Friday nights in each month, at Odd Fellows Hall. Lee Jackson Council, No. 82, Junior On'ei* American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Frldav nights at Odd Fellows Hall. Professional Cards (7REENLEE D. LETCHER, *? Attornbt at Law, LEXINGTON, VA. Notarv Public DADL M. PEN1CK. * AttoiNby at Law LEXINGTON, VllttlKIA. Notary Public. ap 4 J. Prkston Moore. Frank Moors Late Clerk Co. Court No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 March 1905

Published if very Wednesday livening WILLIAM R. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. Lexington, Va., Mar. 8, 1905 Subscription Rates in Advance: Outf Year....tl.00 I Thre?Months. 25c Bia Mont hs.. 50o I Single Copy... 5o "IWAdvertisinK rates, which are mod? erate, fumtaLf'C" vn application. ??"Busines8 local notices 10?. a line for first insertion and 5c. a line for each subsequent insertion. i-srObltuarieg exceeding 10 lines, tribute** of respect, cards ot thanks, etc., must be paid for at tbe rate of c. per line. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT INAUGURATED The inauguration of President Roosevelt Saturday was the most spectacular and imposing ever seen in Washington. The cere? monies were witnessed by fully two hundred thousand visitors from all parts of the United States. The day was an ide il spring day, contrary %6 usual weather on inv augural occasions. In the pat ade were mihtaty companies from the South as well as from every other section of our country, and this was said to be the first truly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 March 1905

?lje ferti? Lexinoton. Va. Mar. 8. 1905 J. V. Grinstead?orders of publica? tion. W. R. Beeton?Lexington Steam Laundry. Paul M. Penick?commissioner's notice, J. F. McCurdy and wife vs. W. T. McCurdy'sadmr. _ Strain it Patton?expert cutter will be here March 10 and ll. Strikes Hiden Rocks Wheu your ship of health strikes the hiddea rocks of Consumption, Pneumonia, etc., you are lost, if you don't get help from Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. J. W. MoKinnon, of Talladega Springs, Ala., writes: "I had been very ill with Pneumonia, under the care of two doctors, but was getting no better when I beean to take Dr. King's New Discovery. The first dose gave relief, and one bottle cured me." Sure cure for sore throat, bronco.1 tis, eoughs and colds. Guaranteed at B. H. Gorrell's drug store, price 50c and $1.00* Trial bottle free. Mr. J. W. Hockman Died Today Mr. J, W. Hockmanjdled this morning shortly after 6 o'clock at his home near Fairfield, age about 43 years* Hia death was due ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 March 1905

THE ATTRACTIVE GIRL. Much has been written about "the Amer? ican girl" and her reasons for being pre? eminently the most attractive girl in the world! In bringing up girl* mother* can't bc too careful to let their daughters de? velop all their nat? ural charms to th* utmost. The crucial er: -*?? of a woman's life is tbe change from maidenhood to womanhood. It involves the whole .afz/iW body and manifests J*!-?***' -Ueff in the nery. ous disposition at this time. Nervous or sick women are afforded the opportunity of a lifetime, for the makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now offer *?j<30 reward for women who cannot be cured. Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures, a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained, the proprietor* of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel fully war? ranted in offering to pay $500 in legal money of the United States for any case of Lcu corrhea, Femal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 March 1905

Oe at now\oSriMt? rori, tl Pl *> {The SLexmoton <3az VOLUME 101. NUMBER ll LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 15, 1905 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Fraternal Orders. Rockbridge Lodge, No. 58. I- O. O. P. meets every Thursday night, at Odd Fel? lows' Hall. Lexington Lodge, No. 66, R. of P., ?neets every Tuesday night, at Odd Pel lows' Hall. Liberty Lodge, No, 2, Daughters of Rebekah, meets every Monday night,at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient i'oi'k Masons, meets 1st and 8rd Mon? day nights at Masonic Hall Natural Bridge Council, No.1920 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 8rd Friday nights lu each month, a* Odd Fellows' Hal). Lee Jackson Council, No. 82, Junior Order American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows Hill. Prof walma! Cards (7REENLEE . LETCHER, V Attor? at La?v, LEXINGTON, VA. Notarv Public "DACL M. PENICK * Attorney at Law LlaA'NOTON, VIRGINIA. Notary Public. ap 4 J. Preston Moore. Frank Mookk Late <;'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 March 1905

Qty fe>tt* Publtshsd Every Wednesday Evening WILLIAM R. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. Lexington, Va., Mar. 15, 1905 -tm nm .. tm- - ??-*?- *? rm -J-IB-. Subacrlptlon Rates lo Advance: One Y<sar....a 1.00 I ThreaMonths. 25c Six "iont-hs.. SOo I Single Copy... 5e t?_r Ad vertising rates, which are mod? erate, furnish**' vu application. "SrBusiness local notices lOe. a line for first insertion and 5e. a line for sash subsequent insertion. ?^Obituaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respeot, cards of thanks, eta., must be paid for at the rate of 5?. Der line. ?BTOfuce Telephone No. 84 eonneots with town and county lines JUDGE MANN'S CANDIDACY Judge William Hodges Mann of Nottawav county, candidate for the Demoratio nomination for Governor,; has given out an inter? view in which he declares himself strongly on the following issues of the campaign?education, good roads, business methods in govern? mental affairs and the liquor qeustion. When asked for specific stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 March 1905

(% t&WLtttt Lexington. Va. Mar. 15,1905 I New Advertisements C. A. Lacy & Son?new goods foi cash. Weinberg's?expert cutter;with sam pies. Varner, Pole & Co.?furniture anc undertaking. G. D. Leteher and W. T. Shields order of publicotion. Irwin & Co.?house furnishings mattings, art squares, etc. Strain & Patton?spring and aummei clothing now ready for selection. Strikes Hidden Hocks Wheu your ship of health strike* the hidden rooks of Consumption, Pnsuraonla, etc., you are lost, If you don't get help from Dr. King's Nen Discovery for Consumption. J. W. McKinnon, of Talladega Springs, Ala..; writes: "I bad been very ill with Pneumonia, under the care of two doctors, but was getting no bettei when I beean to take Dr. King's New "OUcovery. The first dose gave relief, and one bottle cured me." Sure cure foi sore throat, bronchtis, ooughs aud colds. Guaranteed at B. H. GorreU's dru? store, pde ? 50c and fl.00- Trial bottle free. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 March 1905

PERIL IN THE HAND-SHAKE. Not long ago Dr. T. N. Hirsch, of Chicago, said: "The most delicate perfume upon the hands is not a sign of freedom from germs, and the most refined are not free from dis? ease of lungs or throat, and the germs are rapidly spread by touching the hand that has handled the handkerchief of one afflict? ed with a cold, catarrh or consumption. The breath one inhales from the lungs ut another may contain germs of disease." You will not only be able to resist the germs of consumption, but many thousands of cases have been known where persons who were suffering from incipient phthisis, or the early stages of consumption were absolutely cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis? covery. It maintains a person's nutrition by enabling him to eat, retain, digest and assimilate food. It overcomes the gastric irritability and symptoms of indigestion, and thus the person is saved from those symptoms of fever, night-sweats, headache, etc., which are so common. An alterative e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 March 1905

Us st Mesfetv-rtdg* tasks ll bl fthe lexington (Bazette VOLUME 101. NUMBER 12 LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 22, 1905 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Fraternal Orders. Kock bridge Lodge, No. 58. I. O. O. F. met ila every Thursday night, at Odd Fel loee' lull. l.-x.itgton Lodge, No.* 60, K. of P., ii ??fist every Tuesday night, at Odd Fol 1 WS- Hall. Liberty Lodge. No. 3, Daughters of llebekah, moets every Mopday night,at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 07, Ancient i'ork Masons, meets 1st and 3rd Mon? day nights at Masonic Hall Hatural Bridge Council, j.No.1920 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights in each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Lee Jackson Council, No. 82, Junior On let* American Mechanics, meets every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows Hall. Hrofeaslonal Cardi f7RBEWLEE D. LETCffET-t, ^** Attokney at Law, LEXINGTON, VA. Notary Public PAUL M. PENJCK. " Attorney at L-w I LkAfllOTOll, VllCOISIA. Nstary Public. ap 4 J. Pkkston Mooki. laMII Mooki Late Clerk Co....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 March 1905

Stye fertir l*ubll?h->d Every Wetlaaaday Evening WILLIAM ft. KENNEDY Editor and Proprietor. Laington, Va., Mar. 22, 1906 Subscription Rates ia Advanoe : One Year.... fl.00 I Three Months. 25c 8Kz Months.. 50c I Single Copy... Se ?*T Advert ising rates, which are mod? erate, furnishec* an application. ?aTBusiness loeal notiees 10c. a line for first insertion and oe. a tine for sash subsequent insertion. WObltusries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, eta., mast be paid for at the rate of Se, per Hoe. aWOfdce Telephone No. 84 connects ?with town and county lines AKIiUK DAY DESIGNATED Governor Montague has issued a proclamation designating Satur? day, March 25th, as Arbor Day "to be observed throughout the State as a day of planting trees, shrubs and vines about thc houses and along the highways and about tbe publio grounds in thil State, thus contributing to thc wealth, comfort and attractions of the State." The Governor urges the importance of proper ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 March 1905

(Ilje (feeifr Lexington. Va. Mar. 22,1905 New Advertisements Lyons Clothing Co?Easter greetings, apr ing stylos, etc. Sam'l B. Walker, Jr.-announce? ment for mayor. J. McD. Adair?spring goods in great variety, mattings, etc. Weinbergs?millinery, children's drosses, muslin underwear. Lexington Board of Health?time i for completion of compulsory vaccina? tion. _ Strikes Midden Kock* When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption. Pneumonia, etc., you are lost, If you | dou't get help from Dr. King's New Discorery for Consumption. J. W. McKinnon, of Talladega Springs, Ala., writes: "I had been very ill with Pneumonia, under the care of two doctors, but was getting no better when I booran to take Dr. King's New Discovery. The first dose gave relief, and one bottle cured me." Sure cure for sore throat, broneb tis, toughs and oolds. Guaranteed at B. H. Gorrell's drug store, price 50c and $1.00* Trial bottle free. , Unclaimed Letters Following is the list of unclaimed let...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 March 1905

It is much easier for a woman to confidt in the average man than in tbe average woman. She knows that the man will re? spect her confidences and keep them to himself. He is strong, has more experience of thc world and can help the woman who needs advice. There is every reason why women should not trust their delicate constitutions in the hands of unskilled persons. It requires a thorough medical education to appreciate and understand the womanly organism. When a woman has ills and pains that she cannot bear ?when life aeems dark for every woman, she should confide her troubles to a physician of standing in the community, or one who has a national reputation. Cer? tainly it would not be the part of wisdom to confide in an ignorant person without medical education simply because she was a woman. There is every reason why she ahould write to some great specialist, one who has made the diseases of women a specialty for a third of a century, like Dr. R. V. Pierce, founder of the Invalids...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 March 1905

/ J or csi*^ ^-^-j tlbe lexington (Bazetie VOLUME 101. NUMBER 13 LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 29, 1905 ONK DOLLAR A VEA* Fraternal Orders.] ltookbridge Lodge, No. 58, I. O. 0. P. iiH-ete every Thursday night, at Odd Fel Useaf Hall. Lexington Lodge, No. 66, K. of P., u.-ei8 every Tuesday night, at Odd Fel L-w-*' Hall. Liberty Lodge. No, 2 Daughters ol liebekah, meets every Monday iiight.at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient korie Masons, meets 1st and 3rd Mon day nights at Masonic Hal] Natural Bridge Oonncll, No.1920 Royal Arcanum, meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights in each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Lee Jackson Council, No. 82, Junior Order American Mechanics, mee ts every 2nd and 4th Friday nights at Odd Fellows Hall. Professional Cards (7REENLEE D. LETCHER, \J Attorney at Law, LEXINGTON. VA. Notarv Public DA UL M. PEN1CK. " Attorney at L?w LkAlNOTON, VlKOlXlA. Notary Public. ap 4 J. Pbiston Moori. Fkank Mookk Late Clerk Co. Court Notary Public moons &a...

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