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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 April 1899

TOE UAefiXil'I J2T PnBLISUBnKVBKY WKONB8D. , !? BY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY *.EGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 Otper h for first insertion and 50c. lor eyah tinuance thereafret BAD BUSINESS PROPO TION j The Boston Advertiser, winch, d<-j oite its goldbug tendencies, s ll ..am] ;me of the spirit of Democrat h i m akeup,makes light of the ...i;;i-| mericsn alliance as fol'ows: Ii ? we 3 confessed that the Be resf ? <? -,e as not been received rapim . ) \a4 onerican commercial org a. .mn*. Lt does not appear tbat a si - e busi? ness organization of this country bas given a direct and positive indorse? ment of the plan. The idea of ai en? tangling alliance of this chaiacer ha* in it certain political objections which showed themselves less pla ni to tbe originator of this scheme* ti.au they have appeared to American business men. OWNED BY CAPITAL. It may be just possible that the ''higher criticism*' divines who have !such a poor opinion of the Bible might think better of the volume ii thsy wou...

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 April 1899

FATHERS SONS CURED OF FTGMRASH ;.I had an ltchinr 'ash under my chin, which. kcj ?:,r aellng im.A it was all over my body. I co..i-l not sleep but waa compelled to lie awa'..d and scratch all the time. My father ami'. wo brothers were afflicted with the same thin-, at tho same time. We all suffered terribly for a year and a half, trying in the meantime all tho remedies we cc ' '".nd, but received no benefit. I bought three cakes of Cuticura Soap and three boxes of Coticura {ointment) and they cured the four of ut com. pletely. RICH'D ANDERSON,Geneva,Utah. Sr*.dy Cris TaaaTMSKT nm ToiTtiiaa, Disno tliso Unions, with Loss or Hals?Warm baths with Ci-TTi-r i ? Soar, senile anoiotlnts with COTiccaa (oiaW aunt), and mild do.esof CUTiccaa RasoLTBST. Sold lh-f>ueho.it Ihe ??.] I Potts* Dava urn Oas.. Co..., l'roi-s., Uoslon. Uow to Car. Skin Disease., free. TKnSntT FOR CLERK COUNTY COURT. To the Voters of Roekbridgo County: I respectfully announce myself a candidate . for re-election to ...

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 April 1899

WAYSIDE SCHOOL, .Wayside, Vu., March 80. Mn. I'"ttob: Will you pleaso p fire rae a lit tl r space in your vnluab paper fer tc following account of the closin c\o ci. -ck of our school which dose ' " ?\,h 83rd. The Program wns a 1 r eon ^ 1 consisted of tho address ol ! Oj:i>o hy "Willie- Wfhemno, whi li 'li him great credit as a speaker, i'iiea 'ollowed a very able debate -y M--., rrank Smiley f.rd Arther Arch r . two' jright and promising yoting en of ihom tho whole commun ty lue <>n 1 )f and, now, moreso than ever, ?.??? ti ?j each handled the eubjeet in tx nai .orly manner. As soon as the dib ile-ended the usual recitations and dialogues were the order of the occasion, frem the li tie "tot" up io the fair '?' idiee" Fnd "lassies" cf sweet six cen. Thc "Naughty little Girl" of Lila Slider was well received by all, Tho came a Recitation "Mona's Waters" by Miss Mattie Wiseman, and another "The Mothers Prayer by Miss Mattie Snyder both of which were very fine and did groat c...

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 April 1899

hr?. 11 "Tji Vol.95. No. 15 L -moA ii. '?'-? l'''.'" ielge County, Virginia. Wednesday, April 12. 1899. <; $1,50 a Year HERE 1 ii ItmkUY Win -ty At the Beginning of a Ifachihery Reason Once Mere. Anel we are in a better peisition te) fill your wants than ever before. Our Leader is The Vulcan Plow which we will fully guarantee. \^ e < any and have on hand Disc Harrows, Corn Floaten, Single, Double and Ihice Shovel I le>ws, Five-Tooth Cultivators, Deering Harvesting Machine'*, Bickford & Huffman Drills, TL tunas'Hay Lakes, Hay Aeelders, and I ay Loaders. \N e also have a full line of Hay Fork outfits and can givf you tbe right price. Vie call tun* fricnel's at ention .especially to a line of. FsXtenoion H4eStciclox*fit WC are carrying. Anything from G feet to ii) feet. We are A. I. Root Co.'s agents for this part of the country, and can save yon money on all Bee supplies. We carry a full stock. We are also agents for the JONES' SCALES iot thia county. We can cer? tainly b...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 April 1899

IHE GAZETTE" PtTTtUSHKD EVKRV WeDKESTJ-./ -BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 Ospor nech for first Insertion and 50c. lor eeah outinuauce thcrcafrot EDITORIAL NOTES, Gen. Gomez istues farewell addres? ses as promiscuously as a big llie-ilri cal star. Czar Reed has been in Washingto i but if he visited tbe White Hon e u - body outside found it out. We do not believe that the a ??. age Democrat approves of interfere ir e in loeal campaigns by the National Com? mittee. Gov- "Teddy's" opinion of tax-Hodg ing has undeigone a rational change since he was a temporary resident of "Washington. Returns'frora tbe Ohio municipal e'ections have given several gentle? men at Washington something to think Feriously about. JJJJJThe administration would probably be pleased if Aguinaldo ran away from the Philippines, His capture woalu create a troubelsom problem. Ex-Congressman J. Hamilton Lewis who has just returned from Cuba,said: "I cannot see nny hope for Cuba, ex? cept in annexation 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. — 12 April 1899

Hy little, daughter's head and face broke out i: I .ieedlng sores. One of ber ears was so atv a we thought it would slough oft. Her auffci inp; was intense, getting no rest unless nader opiates. Tho physician tried every know . lensed/, 'mt iiwtead of getting better, she got worse. Distracted with ber condi? tion, I w.-u advised to try Ccticcra Rf.mr dils. lie/ore tke first tieck I noticed that the little sufferer was beginning to get relief,and in less than two months was entirely cured. Mrs. JAS. MELTON; 5 Hayden St. ,AUanta,Ga. Slssp roi Ssix-Tostvrbd Basics aub Rtst ros Tirsd Mum MB in a warm bath with Cutictia Soap, and a sii.?te enolntinj with Citiciba, (realest of emol? lients and purest of skin cures. Thi. treatment will sive Instant relief, permit reit for parent aad sleep for child, R?M tWi?hout the world. Portia I). A C. Co?p.. Sass Props., Boston. How to Cure Torturing llatuors. tm. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR MAYOR. I hereby respectfully anuounce myself a candidate for the offic...

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 April 1899

nrnee^-. ? . ? - ' fi ? ? ? ^^^^B^B^IgaMsBaaabA&slaak. . '"'m . ^-k^rOmmWmtaU WINE Woman's. Crowning Virtue. Bilton. Mo., -Inly 27. For years I suffered terrible pains overy month and my doctor told me I could not ba cured except by an operation. I Ml I could not submit to that and was so oe; - pondent I had given up all hopes of a cure. My husband insisted on my trying Winuof Csrdul and at last ihsnk God I did try it. Last month I did not have a pain, and did all my work, which I had not done In seven 7Un' MRS MINNIE LITTLi: CARtDUIx: ie?f Modesty is the crowning \ ince of American women, lt ls the trait that all mankind admin created things. Becaib prefer to suffer untold i Khysician, and to even th lg. They can't get their UIIU' AIVISUY IIMITVINT. For advice tai ireqnlr direction., address, riving . ?inr>toms, isa..' A..U?r; Des't, Tke ( H ?TTi>001.? MbiriXK co.. chattanooin. Tenn. ? uk : woman is the most pleasing of all 1 a ming virtue thousands of women us, ..her tha...

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 April 1899

Col^? TUE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. - ' ~"'^m-asea_-aaM__4?aa___???___________e_________ae__ei Vol.y5. No. 16 {jo.vi ..;!? ii. ii. el.'.ni elge County, Virginia. Wednesday. April 19. 189a_j $1.50a Year WELL, HERE WE ARE At the Beginning of a Machinery Season Once More* And we are in a better position to fill your ?wanta than ever before. Our Leader is The Vulcan Plow which we will fully guarantee. We carry and have on hand Disc Harrows, Corn Planters, Single, Double ai Three Shovel Plows, Five-Tooth Cultivators, Deering Harvesting Machines, Bickford & Huffman Drills, Thomas'Hay Bakes, Hay 'ledders, and Bay Loaders. "We also have a full linc of Hay Fork outfits and can give you tbe right price. We call our friend's at'en tion .especially to a line of. FiTrtension ILxCtclcle-rjS we are carrying. Anything from 0 feet to 40 feet. We are A. I. Root Co.'s agents for this part of the country, and can nave ve u money on all Bee supplies. We carry a full stoek. We are also agents for the JONES'...

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 April 1899

Published svkrt Wsdnkbd,* ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY ( LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 (toper ncch for first insertion, and Wc. for ooah ontlnuance thereafret _ I OUR YOUNG MEN. What bas tbs future in store fe r I to young men of the country! Thi-> i- a serious quotion and one that woald ap? peal to every father and mother ii th s fair land. If parents can view with i - difference the changed condition ? hut. is coming upon the country, a change that if left to be wrought out by the moneyjkinge and monopolies will con? demn their offspring to a life of humble ?servitude with all the avenues to ad? vancement olosed against them, it is conclusive evidence of mental weakness Parental love and solicitude for tae wei fare of offspring ia not wanting among ourpecple, and such insensibility as fails to causo parents to entertain ser? ious misgivings concerning the future of their children under the changes that are rapidly taking place, can only be ace muted for through dullness of perception and ...

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 April 1899

I miTered from Eczema on the right esar. I could bardi/ keep my haml_ off it, the itching -faa ao severe. Small bubbles would open, emitting a watery-like substance, apparently poisonous. One of the leading doctors here treated me, and applied the usual physician's remedies without benefit. My brother ree> ommended that I try Cctictsa. The /Int application waa toothing, and before the box was half gone the disease had disappeared. H. C. BARNET, 614 Race St., Clnn., O. SratDT Cen* T>?t-i-t roi Rtb.t ".iud ot Bo mu., with Lom or H.e_. ? Wirm t*ihi with Citi cii* Soir, r?Blle> .nnlntlnci with t'rricDEi, pu rut et ?mollien!*, and mild Am*t<,f (Yt ion* Kmoltsvt. Sold throughout th* world. Perm Dltio a?u rm. Oo-r, Sol* Prop*., Bosto*. - Ho* to Cnn _**__.' fr**. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR MAYOR. I hereby respectfully anuounce myself a candidate for the offico of Mayer of Loxing ton. at the coming May eleotlon Ii elected I shall endeavor to discharge my duty faith fully and.impartially ...

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 April 1899

WINE WOMEN WHO W ifr* u St. Loci Though oply lt yean ?? patna and female* trout ' spring I got so bad I had > to support myself, andi. Oa doctor. I got i ? ? ai and that made lu j jdow used seTeral botll " 'mother used the Win* tor C waa greatly relieved. MISS V \ to ' 1 i M e ?...I .. W ip t_. **s Many girls and wmm in various kinds of onployn '.,\. The tog that the health brer' mi. Th for tiresome ta$ks. V. Aness near* peculiarly delicate woinanly organ; and coming and going at the Derek i duces falling of the womb, kucorrha of women workers is often so n ?' comes they have no money to eng** UIIEt' ASVISSIV ItPAITMINT. For advice In chu requiring sn-i-ial dlrertlora, address, gtTiin.' synii'tcuia, Ullin' tlnkerr B*t'U Tl. I, t ? ?SOMOA ?minni co., CbatunooKa. kihi. VWINE PEANUT BUTTER. The dairymen have another com? petitor in the butter marked. For Borne time they have been fighting oleomar? garine and process butter, the one a compound wholesome ra its ingred? ients and scarc...

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 April 1899

Ooofnookbr.dg*mYl&86 THE gazette. Vol. M. IS o.l 7 ?Afc.;j ii. 1-.. t i.i nidge County, Virginia.* Wednesday, April 26, 1899. -j SI.50a Year WEIL, HERE WE ARE Atjthe Beginning of a machinery Season Once more. And we are in a better position to fill your wants than ever before. Our Leader is The Vulcan PIoay which we will fully guarantee. We carry and have on hand Disc Harrows, Corn Planters, Single, Double a: Threse Shovel Plows, Five-Tooth Cultivators, Deering Harvesting Machines, Bickford & Huffman Drills, Thomas' Hay Bakes, Hay Tedders, and Hay Loaders. "We also have a full line of Hay Fork outfits and can give you the right price. We call our friend's attention .especially to a line of. Extension XjCLcI-dex's we are carrying. Anything from G feet to 40 feet. We are A. I. Root Co.'s agents for this part of the country, and can save yon money on all Bee supplies. We carry a full Btock. We are also agents for the JONES' SC A LEX for this county. We cnn cer tainly beat the w...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 April 1899

THE GAZETTE Published KVI...Y Wkonesu../ ?IT BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl OOpei ncch for Orst Insertion, and 50c. for ecah ontlnuance ther^afret EDITORIAL NOTES. The G jr tuan- Americana are allowi g themselves to become unnecessarily excited over their fear of the foin, a tion of an alliance between this country aiul England. Talk is cheep, end that of a few mt n of prominence is always echoed by toadies, but there are t insurmount? able obstacles io en Anglo-American alliance. Those who are engaged in misrep? resenting the sentiments contained in Col. Bryan's speeches are injuring themselves more than him. His sen-] timente are too well-known to be suc? cessfully misrepresented. Although every volunteer in the Philippines who will reenlist will ie ceiveabonus of $500 in caah, only about 7 per cent of them have agreed to reenlist. That shows how anxious our boys aro to risk their lives in such business as this administration is new conducting in the Philippines. Thc ...

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 April 1899

PIMPLES CURED BY CUTICURA SOAP Before using Ccticitra Soap, my face ant hands were just as rough as could be and tu; face was all covered with pimples. 1 v. as un flt to look at, but after using CrTicrn.v Soai three weeks, my face was equal to velvet. Feb. 6,185)8. PAUL DUPRE, Chaler, La I suffered with blackheads and pimples fo two or three years until it became chronic, tried everything imaginable, but it did me ne good. Cuticdba Soap cured me. Feb. 20, '98. L. V. GILLIAM, Oak P. O., Va I was troubled for eight years with pimple) on the face. I commenced using Ctrncusj Soar. In a very short time tbe pimples al disappeared anti my skin is now in a health] condition. JAMES FOSTER, Feb. 17,1898. Dixraont, Allegheny Co., Pa dold throo|h?ut tha world. Price, nc. Potts s Diet Aft' Cns*. Cost-., Sol* Props., Boston. mr " How to PrtT.nt and Care Pimples," malled bm ANNOUNCEMENTS, FOR MAYOR. I hereby respectfully anuounce myself candidate for the office of Mayer of Lexln ton. at the coming...

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 April 1899

J-e^A ^ttmtt.em . ? ?' ISJMLTJllliMI t\?t *?a DUI/ IKE UM THAT BINDS. J.CK80*, Tan?*., Nov. 28. f w**? ."object to miscerriagtr for three years, ana*' 'vd . .m'Uutiy with backache. I wrote to j? ?? advlc .?, and after using three bottles 01 v. . . Carbul. according to your directions, 1 .fa al :\g and well, and tbe mother ot a fine ?ftritrb.v. Mrs. E. N. JOWEB8 tftElftEE-ft. itt Eia*?-a, j f?*ftl*|, There ls no use talking?a baby in the house is the link that binds husband and wife together. Nothing is sadden- than fruitless wedlock. The prattling and c<x>ing of the little ones offset a thousand times the occasional worries and trials of life. When a wife is barren, there is a derangement somewhere in the genital organs, causexl by one or more of those common disorders known as " female troubles". Wine of Cardui is the remedy. It puts the organs <>f generation in a strone/ and healthy condition, fitting the wife for the sacred duty of reproducing her kine! During the per...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 May 1899

a,>ofnooUbn<.gemv?o^ LEXINGTON ??~ Vol.95. No. 18 Lexin^tun. !, (Ki.rilgu County, Virginia, Wednesday, May 3. 1899, -{$1.50aYear WELL. HERE WE ARE Atjthe Beginning of a Machinery Season Once More. .ind we are in a better petition to fill your wants than ever before. Our Leader is The Vulcan Plow -which we will fully guarantee. We carry and have on hand Disc Harrows, Corn Planters, Single, Doubh Three Shovel Hows, Five-Tooth Cultivators, Deering Harvesting Madlint-. Bickford &. Huffman Drills, Thomas' Hay Fakes, Hay Tedders, anti Bay Loaders. W e also have a full line of Hay Fork outfits and can give you tbe right price. Vie call our friend's at'en tion .especially to a line of. Extension Ladders we are carrying. .Anything from G feet to 40 feet. We aro A. I. Root Co.'s agents for this part of tho country, and can save y n money on all Bee supplies. We carry a full r-tock. We are also agents for the JONES' SCALES for th's county. We can tc tainly beat the world on prices wi...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 May 1899

THE G' ZETTE PtJBLlSHEn KTJJKY WkDNESD. / ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 OOpcr ncch for frat Insertion, and 50o. fur a-Ai ontlnuai othereafrot ABSURD GOLD-BUG CLAIMS The opposition threatens ns mt ii a flood of European silver upon o r re opened mints. We answer, hui'-ip j has no silver but her silver mo e*. Ker silver money values silver at nan 3 to 7 cents on the dollar higher than ours. Hence tbe European merchant or bank er must sacrifice from 3 to 7 per cent of his full legal tender money in ord r to recoin it at our mints. Europe'** silverware, like America's silve/ware, e irnes in it the additional v due of la tor and tbe manufacturer's profit. Tney threaten us with a flood of silver from the far East. We answer that the course of silver ts invariably East? ward, and never toward the West. British India is a perpetual sink of silver; absorbing it, never to return; by from $20,000,000 to $60,000,000 worth every 'year, And India's absorption of silver will bo e...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 May 1899

BABY'S AWFUL HUMOR Hy baby sliter had a raab, causing her In tenae inffering. We had doctors, and triad ?traryU?ln(r, without a care. It would seat over, crack open, a wateiy matter would oom eut acd the scab fall off. Wa procured a box of Crncnu (ointment), a cato of Crnccave* Boa*, and Cdticcka Rksoi. viwt, and abs was ktntirely cured tvithout a tear being left, HIM LILLIS CHASE, Bristol, Vt. trtmor Ce** -ha.niaaT.-Wana baUtawlu Ceri. earaa Boar, tea ll* eaalettaa. with Ctrriccaa, the peel ekla eere, aad mild do*** ef Ccmooaa Baeoavaavr ?eld thraaflheal the awn. ?Mt?, orsa Aaa Cami**. Caaj^riiai.Meaaam. Hew ia Care li j ia,.,,, mm ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR MAYOR. I heieby respectfully announce myself candidate for the office ot Mayer of Lexini ton. at the coming May eleotlon Ii electe I Shall endeavor to discharge my duty fait! fully and impartially and to do all in ro 'power to advance the interests of the con munity. JOHN W. LINDSAY ? FOR SUPERVISOR. To the Voters of Lexington District...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 May 1899

^w-a^a^-w-V^e-aw-aw-e-TM XWING RDUU LINK THAT BINDS, . Jacssov, Tt-..\*e;., Nov. 28. subject to raiscarriaee for three years, red constantly with backacha. 1 wrote ? r advice, a?A after using three bottles if Careful .according to your directions, mg and well, and the mother ot a fina girl uv by. Mrs. E. N. JOWKB8. Qge** **^?f ^ /" rTh'ereVrio'iW titldiig-a baby in the house is the link that binds ' 'husband and '?ex/fri?'''togrther. Nothing is sadder than fruitless we?rdkxk. \ The pi'attru*<-*4id tooirfg of - the Tittle ofte*s offset a thousand tunes-tbe oeaasie-ii^wbVttS'artd trials of life. When a wife ls barren, there isa eJenuigetnent St^mecwhere in the genital organs, caused by one or more of ? those commbri custtrders known as " fenule trouble*". Wine of Cardui is thc remedy, lt puts the organs of cenaration in a strong and healthy ?cOhetttfdn, fittint/thi wife for'ttie sacred duty of reproducing her kine! During the period of gestation the entire system of the expectant m...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 May 1899

THE Gazette. _ i a ' *' Vol. 95. No. 19 i. ?**?*. * Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virgink. ' eanesday, May IO, 1899. { $1,50 a Year WELL, HEM WE ABI Atthe Beginning of a Machinery Season Once More. ! And we are in a better position Ho fill your wants than ever before.. Our Leader is The Vulcan Plow which we will fully guarantee. We carry and have on hand Dirac Harrows, Corn Planters, Single, Double anci Three Shoved Plows, Five-Tooth Cultivators, Deering Harvesting achines , Bickford & Huffman Drills, Thomas' Hay Bakes, Hay Tedders, and Hay Loaders. 'We also have a full line of Hay Fork outfits and can give you the right price. We call our friend'HTrtttention ..?specially to a line of. Extension Hi-adLciors we are carrying. Anything from 6 feet to 40 feet. We are A. I. Boot Co.'s agents for this part of the country, and can save you money on all Bee supplies. We carry a full stock. We are also agents for the JONES' SCALES for this county. We can cer? tainly beat the wdrld on pri...

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