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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 October 1898

THE GAZETTE Pl-BUBHBn flVKItT WSDNKSDIT BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 Ofl inch for first Insertion, aad 60c. for each continuance thereafter DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election November 8, 1898. CONGRESS, J. M. QUARLES, Of Staunton. To be entirely relieved of the aches and pains of rheumatism means a great deal, and Hood's Sarsaparilla does ii EDITORIAL NOTES; One of tbe most dastardly crimes for political purposes was committed by the "War Department on tbe 4th of October, 1898. Col. W, J. Bryan had been lying for over a week oa a sick bed at Washing? ton, D. C., having come there to secire the furlough of the dying men in his regiment. The Administration took advantage of his helpless condition and ordered him back to Jacksonville to have it ap? pear that he was derelict in his duty as a soldier. Mr. Bryan's wife was at his side.hav ing come all the way from Nebraska to nurse her husband. Such are tbe depths of infamy io which the Republican leaders descend in order to obtain...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 October 1898

GOLD DUST GOLD DUST SOMETHING iiW Larg, package of the world's t**. cleanser for a nickel. HtlU great, r economy in 4-pound package. AU croce?. Mad* only by THE H. K. FAIRBANK COMP Kl* \. Obie**., 81 Louis, Mew York, Boston, rhntd ___>_)_-_ WE ARE READY! T o show you New Fall Goods. They are here, marked, ready fir your inspection. Everything in SHOES For Mon, LiuV.u and Children. Vie tit heads, too, JSJ-r Hats and Caps. \11 stylos muT prices. Gifea. lino of Boya* Oapa,.. Nice Alnili.- Huts for _\Ion.. $1,110. Come and see our Hues. That's the best way. We lit Hta-lw ami Feet. ' GRAHAM & CO. Shoo Store. WHAT IT COSTS TO RUN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF ROOK ' BRIDGE COUNTY. At a meeting ol'the Comity School Board beld on September 27th, the ex? amination of the County Treasurer's account with tho public free schools of the county was made. Tin's examina? tion was_made by three expert account? ants, Vi. T. Poague and E. A. Mooro, of Lexington, and C. J. Bell, of Raphine. They reporte...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 October 1898

/ __> mWetme^emamyitmnt ?, ,-.?**fl____S_W__W_a_W___________4 OVATION TO LEE. "mm* (New York Journal 5th Major-General Fitzhugh received sn uproarious ovation at "Wallack's Theatre last night, With a party of friends be entered a box to hear tbe opera, "For? tune Teller," which is being presented, by the Alice Neilson Opera Company Tbe auditorium being dark, he was not recognized during the course of tbe first aol. Just before the curtain fell a bunch of roses was thrown upon the stage. Miss Neilson had observed thfl g?i lant Southerner in his full uniform of major-general, and promptly threw the roses into the box. The attention of tbe audience was attracted, the lights went up, and tbe General was recog? nized. Cheer upon cheer rent the air. Criss of "Speech!" aod "Our Next President were heard. General Lea bowed again snd again, but did Dot otherwise re? spond. The curtain then ross again, and re* vealed the entire company of eighty or ninety people standing massed on the bI a...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 October 1898

r . *? >** mm*** .fmy Lemington, Rockbrii go County, Virginia. Wednesday, October 19. 1898. G__vZETTE.= 4 Sls50 a Year - ? _ f\ A "Vt Ort __jv.???jj. ? --*- _.? -____._-?-??- -_. Vol. m. JNO. 6 _=?-=S==S , =T m rcnrrAvm^TrATOR. " f GEOBOECXBiaWTSWIFE. I "Yen. Mea- the dear ol.l man! H. r^;,^,.^.^^^^] Ee In Time Dnii.it .vuit until tho c-JW Mast ol Winter fOXOOS JOU to lay i? voca' Winter Good*. Con.c right along mid do your Inlying now. while you run iret full 40-inch Cantons at G.} and 8Jcts. Of exceptional quality, fer better than yon ever heard of at these prices; and ten inch' ? wider. We have Cantons iu abundance, from B to l-'icts. per yard, both in bleached and unbleached. Underwear Shoes. Od. I'FU.Y lum UTVTT.T. rams Wo are ready for the Fall and Wintei'tinde 0111 READY-MADE HINTER UNDER with ()U1. -Uh)?j ai,d Shoos-a fuller line of WEAK Children's School Shoes and Women's \V inti r . Shoes than ever before. In fact, we nave Is now coming in-of rare quality for thc ,lu.st...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 October 1898

TUE GAZWHe Pt*I.L.8B*-0 EVKRT WEnilKSDAV ?HY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERT1SEMEHT8 fl Ott inch for first insertion, and 60c. for eah continuance thereafter DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election November __, 1S98. FOK CONGRESS, J. M. QUARLfcS, Of Staunton. FOR STATE SENATE. Chas E_ McCorkle. OF ROCKBRIDQX. Succeus comes to those who per severe. If you take Hood's Saran parilla faithfuly and persistently, you will surely be benefittedi OUR NOMINEE. On the eighth of November, less than three weeks from now, the citi? zens of the Seventh Senatorial District, composed of the counties of Alleghany, Bath, Botetourt, Highland, and Rock? bridge, will be called upon to eier cise their right of suffrage by going to the polls and casting their ballots for him who in their judgment will best represent their interest in the Senate of Virginia. For whom shall we vote? As loyal Democrats there can be but one answer. Our repre sentatives at the Clifton Forge con ven tion on Friday night last decided ihat q...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 October 1898

GOLD DUST -ft od DU THEE I? WE ARE I To show you Nfcw Fall G marked, ready^or Ever1 Wo**_it Qom Nict Comc and see our lines. Vie tit Heads and Feet. GR KILfcED NEAR RAPHINE. ^ William Wiseman Falls U nder a "Wagon And 16 Instantly Killed. Tuesday's Staunton B poetater. News lias just reacted here of a die ? tressing accident in Rockbridge county near the Augusta line. William Wise men,, an aged gentleman anti a tenant upon the farm of Rev. Mr. Waller, started to Raphine with a load of wheat. On reaching a steep hill Mr. Wiseman attempted to lock the wheels of the wagon and in doing so he slipped and fell under the wagon, the wheels pass injpover his body, killing him instant ly. Mr. Wiseman was highly esteemed and the news of his untimely death was a shock to the community in winch he lived. \ A RUNAWAY. Jacob Beard Badly Hurt And The Buggy Demolished. The horse attached to a buggy in which waa seated Jacob Beard and David Entsminger, of this county, be? came frightened near the res...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 October 1898

??Ais'tr it Tint TRUTH ".four local paper tells you wher lg go to church, to county court, **?'?* to send your children to school u Ja hundred other things," says a prc xx. nent minister of the gospel. It ti - you who is dead, who is married, v. ht is sick, who is born, aad many ctue. things worth knowing. It calls at? tention to public entertainments, ad? vocates the best schools, of law and order in town. It records ths mar? riage of your daughter, the death of your son, the illness of your wife, freo of charge. It sets forth the advan? tages and attractions of your town, invites immigration, and is the first to welcome newcomers: Iel, in spite of all these benefits, some people say the home paper is not half as good as tho city papei tbat has no interest in their business or success. The heme paper, like the church, is too often neglected by those who are benefited by it." THIS MAKING* OF* CHARACTER. Do not let us suppose that character requires great circumrtatiefs. There are hu...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 October 1898

I*9**. \ v_OJ_ lyEXDJGTON Gi^ETT <* > Vol. 94. No. 33 cxingt- ikb Age Comity, Virginia, Wednesday, October 26, 1898. ?{ $1.50 a Year ^M_____a * *" fWOAWOt*. et Be In Time Do not wait until thf cold Manta* of Whiter forces' you to by in your Winter G ods. Oo ae right along and do your buying now, while you cnn get full 40-incli Cantons B at (!| and Hjcts. H_ Of exceptional quality, far l>.-tter (han yon ,-ver heard of at these prices; and ten indies | wider. We hare Cantons in abundance, from 5 to Idiots, per jard, both tn bleached and unbleached. aaaaaaaaammmmmmm Underwear Shoes. W e arc ready for the Pall and Winter trad with our Boote and Shoea?a fuller linet Children's School Shoes andWomen'B.Wlnte Shoes than t*ver before. In fact, wehav OUR HEADY MADK WINTER UNDER WEAR Is mm coming In?of ran quality for the -;-._:_____:?_._____.________. _____? " ? . . ... , ? ,. ' niost ovcrythlllf* 111 the Shoe line. puce. We carry a full Imo in all pndee for O'Ask to s-e our fl.00 Ch...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 October 1898

? IWaAaET-ff UssrrW PrBLISttED Ki_5RV WeM-BSDA* - HY? _BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVEIiflSEM___JfT_r~$rdtr inch for first Insertion, aud 50c. for e ah continuance thereafter " ~ DEMTrCRATIC^TlCKET^" lAectivon Noember 8, 1298. ron co_.oj.i8s, J. M. QUARLES, Of Staunton. FOR STATE SENATE. Chas. E. McCorkle. OF BOCJUBRIIXJE. When you are nervous and sleepless, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. In makes tho nerves strong and gives refreshing sleep, ?_ ? __>. H The Repnblican party show* its love for Bothchilds & Co*, by selecting.. pingle gold standard Senator from the State ^of Oregon. Mr. Simon sounds well in the senate. Take away the blighting curse of gold standard prices by the restoring of bimetalism and the desert places which mark our mortgaged homes will blossom like a rose beneath the touch of modern energy, and the breath of financial liberty. The political power that reposes be? hind the gold standard, bas no part in the affections of the American people. The continuance of H...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 October 1898

GOLD DUST GOi.L? DUST SOMETHING NEW large package of the world'* beet ele_.ni>-r fora nickel. Still greater economy in -ixund package. All grocer*. Hade only bs THE If. K. VAIRB Alf K COBIPAHT, Chks-eo. Bt Louie, Kew York, Boeton, Philadelphia. WE ARE READY! To show you New Fall Goods. They are here, marked, ready for your inspection. Everything in SHOES For Men. Ladies and Children Wc lit heads, t _?o, J??r Hats and Caps. All styles and prices. Great line of Hoys' Caps,. -j.-)(. Nice Alpine Hals for Men.t_L00. Come and see our lines. That's the best way. We fit Heads and Feet. GRAHAM ck CO. . Shoe Store. KICKED BY A COW. Mrs. Thomas Kerr had the misfor? tune to have her akle broken on last Wednesday by being kicked by a co**.. DEATH~OF ACH1LD. Died, Friday, Octoter 21, 1898, at the residence of the Mis;, es Bacon.J of this place, Lucy B. West, infant daugh? ter of Major Barrington K.West, of the United States Army, stationed at New Orleans. For more than a month the child was a ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 October 1898

Oammmmm*meaaWmatanwamm^ A SHARP LETTER. ( Nothing relieves the mind sometimes liko writing n man a iatter. It ia sai that Sccrefnry Stanton was once great? ly vexed because an officer had refused f>tj understand an order,or,at all Brents, had not obeyed. - "I believo 111 sit down," said Stan? ton, "and give that man a piece of my mind." **"> "Do so,'" said Mr. Lincoln^?'write it now while you have it on your mind.? Make it sharp; cut him all up." {Stanton did cot need a second invi? tation. It was a bone crusher that he read to the President. -?Thats right," said Abe. "that's t good one," "Whom can I get to send it by?' mused the Secretary. "Send it!" replied Lincoln, "sund it! Why, don't send it at all. Tear it up. You have freed your mind on the sub? ject and that is all that is necessary. Tear it up. You never vtant to send such letters; I never do. There was a world of wisdon in lin? coln's suggestion. Write your letter, free your mind, and then pul it in the drawer a week...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 November 1898

THE EXINGTON GAZETTE. inrrmtmamw* Vol. 94 No. 34 t n, llockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, Novenimr 2, 1898, ,50 a Year l. II _._._.__ 1 Be In Time Do not wmt until thc cold Musts (>f Winter forces you to lay is your "Winter Goods. Oom right along snd clo your buying now, while you OSS get full 40-inch Cantons at (ty and 8Jcts. I Of exceptional quality, fm-better than you erer h. ard ol at these ptksssjaadtln wider. We have Cantons lu abundance.'from 0 to I'-'ids. per yard, both in bleach unblS^hod. _ iiinl \h\ inches ed and Underwear Shoes. .\ e ms nady for the Fall and Win ter trade with our Boot* and Shoos?a taller line of Children's School Bhoes and Women's Winter Shoes than ever before, lu fact, wi-havi Is now coming ni?of rare quality for thc moit everything In the Shoe line. ji'ii-c We larry a full linc in all grade* for , 9*Ask to soo oar fl.OO Child's Shoe, itV lien. Women and Children, and at piieeelo !l ''corker.'" r(.a(,,, of ,n Our S1.80 Women's Heavy "v. Inter S...

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

\m. rr^ '?""-"f m.i.i.'..'. > THE GAZETTE PlTBUSHlb XVBKT WlOMXBDAt ?BT? _BARCLAY AND COMPANY -LEGAL APVERTISEMeHTS fl 00a inch for flrst inaertion. and 50c. for eah continuance thereafter ?-? " -wm DEMOCRATIC TICKET Etectivon Noember 8, 1898. ron coNa..xss, J. M.[QUARLES, Of Staunton. FOR STATE SENATE. Chas* E. McCorkle. or ROCXBRIDOS. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Hon. James W. Marshall and Hon A. J. Montague, will address the votsrs on next Monday, Court Day. All forms ef scrofula, sores, boils pimples and eruptions, are quickly and permanently cured by Hood's Sarsa? parilla. - ? __>?_? Is there any wealth producer in the country who can exhibit any evidence of prosperity under this administra? tion. Democrats yon will be asked to trade Quarles for McCorkle, don't do it, Tote tbe straight ticket and scratch Hubbard and Fulwiler. We will wager a Government mule against Teddy's chances that the "whitewaan commission" now in ses? sion will not eall Gen. Miles to the ?tend, Not on your life...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 November 1898

Lette: N. H Igo. SU Lol ?ou New Fall marked, ready fi Kn i We (ii Ni Come and see our lilies We lit Heeds and Foot. GI THANKSGIVING DAY. Faithful to the custom that haa been handed down t. us from time liumo morial, the nation sent up its thanks la.t 1'hursday to a kind Providence for the many blessings which have fallen to the American people during tho past year, d'his is proper from a practical as vf ell as a religious standpoint. The great nation has reached a step further iu its march of prosperity aad strength. Instead of 60,000,000 peop'e, 70,000, 000 people now claim the stars aud stripes as the flag ot their country. In? stead of an untried republic, wo glory in one of thc greatest and most power? ful nations on earth, daily incrca _ing iu strength and luflueneo. lt i. well that we stop, at least oiicj a year, to consider these thinks. To devote a day to retrospection, that tho things which are transpiring around us, and of which wc are not in daily contact, may bo examiucd...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 November 1898

wamammmmmmtaWtmaemSmmOm YOUR LOCAL PAPER. ?__? ^ '_?** Have You Any Idea of What it Has Done. r You. The paper has done 50 things for you and is only anxious to'do 50 more. It told your friends when your par? ents were married, tka | It announced to the world when you were boro. lt recorded the greet erents of your childhood, when j ou were lost as <__ wandering baby, when you had the . meaelrs, and scarlet foecr, wheo, you tell into the washtub aad nearly drowi^ ed, when you fell from the sherry tree and broke your collar bone, when you first started to school and when you earned you first prize. - Later on it. told bow you had oom plated the studies of the district schcol and how eloquently you recited your graduating oration. . . lt told of your entering high school or academy. It told of your contests in baseball and tennis. It told of your departure for college or your first ren tm e Ju business. It told of your various . isiti b?ck to - the old home neighborhood, and it al?...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 November 1898

] iii in G^ETTE 3 Vol.94. No. 3o Virginia, Wednc ovember 9. 181*8. *\ 81,50 h Year Bo In forcer yon to loj in your Wiirtui GikhIk. Corni rijrhi along anti tl now, ? bile yon cai sroi tull 40-indi Cantons ai <.j and 8?ot_*. <?f exceptional quality, far bettor than you ever heard of at tbeee prices; and ten Inehei wider, ne hare Cantons in abundance, from 5 to I9|ets. per yard, both In bleachodani unbleached. Underwear OCR READY-MADE WINTER ENDER . LAE ls now ooating In- of ni iv quality foi'the price, We , any ;; full line in all glades for Men, Women and Children, and nt price, in reach of eli Winter Wraps \\ e arc daily < "cpa tin ; our Wind t Wi ii j c-. li is s well known fi I thal we arrythe besl lincicf Wintei Wraps ever shown .r sold in ;lii-. 'nun. and we will -"'.ii be ready to offer you Jackets and Capes of all thc ueweel nhapi a and Shaw li of all Bites iiml weights. We will bc i ow cn ,i ., embracing thc Newest and most Pashlonabk Shoes. \\e gre ready tor tho Fal...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 November 1898

THE GAZETTE PlTBUSHKD EVERY "WEnNKSDAr ?BY? 1URCLAY AJfD COMPANY "LEGAL ADVERTlSEMEircs'iTW in< h for ''rsa insertion, and 60c. for cah continuance thereafter ???"?"??- ? ? ~ -,.,,. -^ EDITORIAL NOTES. Gov. T .nner is several points ahead of the moe ex-reme advocate of State's rights. "Teddy" is a tiptop dodger, but be couldn't dodge those Canal frauds? they are too glaring. The Cubans could not be more an? xious to hold office if they were ful fledged American citizens. "Teddy's" running mate didn't loee bis voice until he tackled the canal a teal; then tbey clapped a mutzle on Riding on a canal is usually slow and smooth, but tbe New York Repub? licans are finding it furiously fast and awfully rough. The picture of Charles Dupuy, the lie-.il of tbe new French ministry,looks like Gen. Fitz Lee would look with a pompadour bair cut. Senator Quay says that plum tree expression promises to become famoua He isn't the first man to mix the terms amcus and infamous. If tbe Philippine bo...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 November 1898

fmekaga of thc- tntrl THJL. *_ K. PAHtBAHK COUTA! C*h!c_i^, i Ynr'_, Boston. PMlad Lti \_& To show vou Now Fal] * marked, ready 1 I We Como .ind soo our lino*. We 'it Head*.an<l Feet. GD !,nc\L NEWS. Tin public and private schools will be given noliday on Thanksgiving I <:t) . The second foot-ball elev* c of Waah? ington ;ii;.l Lev University played the teem of Spottawood Academy on the grounds of tho latter .Mon lay and de? feated thom by a score oi 12 to 0. On Friday las! the Lexingto* Department received a check for $75 from Newport News us firsl prize y won ty our boya during the Firemen's Convention which w in bra- city in September. Our de? partment was also informe 1 that its claim for the $200 would be investi? gated and acted upon ;U an early date. Tbe Baptist church iras comfortably * filled {donday nighl to hear Mr. 11 jinn's rectum thc- world, illustrated by numerous views, which proved to bo very instruc? tive, Again he charmed his audience by bis Bweet bingil...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 November 1898

-Tr?m i mn iajg.1 .' ? rn* mm LITTLE GIRL CAUSED A DELAY. Tho I'rcKidoDt's visit to the Omaha Exposition was the cause of a pretty bit of by-plat. While Mr, McKinley was paeaing through the building tbe immenso crowd was Unod np on either side, and .superabundant entbu .iasni was restrained ?aa nattai?by ropes, but lhere was one who was not to be kept back. As tho chief executive of j tbe nation entered the manufactures buiding a little girl, with iavrny bair, j ?lipped under the ropes, and before the vigilant arni of a burly policeman' could obey tho warning of hia more f vigilant eye she bad gripped tho presi? dential coat-tails. ?Tleneo, Mr. McRinloy," said small voice with a childish lisp,"pleas'-', Mr. McKinley, won't you wear my rose in your buttonhole?" Thc Frcsinent paused, smiling. 'Certainly, my dear,"' ho said. "We'll escb-ingo." Taking from tbo lapel of hk coat tho red carnation that ho al ways wears, lie gave it to tho little gill and put the rose in its place. Then, 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. — 16 November 1898

I ? ? __?_? mmWOme mMtkmm. I . ?\i ?'? " t, ' ?? ,\\ I >\f v , : . ?*; ? ^ L l^lL___llLi JL irii o e-v"--?__pw*ft.,* * ^--"-r-vT-* aT Vol.94. No. 3(5 on, Rockbridg nia, , November 16 , 185)8. ^ $1.50 a Year Be In Time ]_..) not '?'? iii ruttil Uri ci ld blaal forces vdu tn lav in J'OUT Winier Goods, Corm righi along and do yuin- buying now, while yen ear ?t full 4.0-incli Cantons w nt (.j and s.'.cts. Of exceptional quality, far better than you ever heard of at thew prices; and ten Inches willer. AVejpnve Cantons In abundance, from DtolS-Cte. peryard, both in bleached and unbleached, I Underwear Shoes. , \..- ure nady for IheFallandWlntertradc M witta our Boots and Shoe, a fuller Hoe of ? fi Children's School shoes .-uk I Women's Wintei OUR READY-MADE***?tlNTEn UNDER- Shoes than aver before, lu fact, we have WEAR mos! everything in theShoe line. I Is now coming tn?of rare quality for the HTAak to ace our ($1.00 Child's Shoe, It's price. We cany a Ml line In all grades for il ";'"...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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