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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 January 1900

HOW A BOER S1GNE HIS NAME. [London Mail. ] The Boer may bo fairly good at bandi.ng a nflle, bat he is sadly de. ficieu. in hi- a "iii ty to handl* a p*n. When th* aTerago Boer hast* at? tach hi6 name to a document an air of importance prevadeBhis dwelling f* *e>ern boura. The children "*e con? stantly chided, the patient "vron.*" ua a preoccupied look, aud td* hu -???? ? j b<u-? if nffs ev*n more vig *r .-tv 1 -n .? ? ' a< Mt pipe. va-u uh a -omer of tb* '?? -* ? ,-..-aie*.i au t carefully wi co fa.t.ilv ib! s i laced in position, and tbe uh*ei of paper requiring th* signa? ture plac*d upon it. An *xpeetant sileno* falls upon th* company. ??Stilt*!" eries tho wifo. "Stilt?, kin detjes, papa gaat eein niam tek*n.'' [?'Hush, children, fai,her is about to sign his name."] The family Btand round open mouthed, and all eye* gaze eipe*tan*l/ upon tb* papir, With arms bared for th* fray, and with pen car*fally p*is?d the Boer bends to his task. The p*n i9 grippUd firmly betweeu his...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 17 January 1900

LEXINGTON Vol. 96. No. 3 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, ..anna? if mn J Ot r kf\ . -?*T ' I Would Not Have Catarrh for a Million Dellars/' Says Mrs. Carter?Pe-ru-na her Safeguard. .^\W?MBn-?S>. mm,m*^<. -6 PmmQ*\mf W 4 mm^tWimmi*mirC-.^^^ MRS. LESLIE CARTER, THE GREAT ACTRESS, OF NEW YORK CITY. Mrs. Leslie Carter, probably tha wost piotulaont actress lo America, says the following pf Pe-ru-na: ^Pe-ru-na ta sure to prevent a cold. Jt will etop n cough before lt be? comes settled, l\ caret all eatarr-li.il (Affections like magic. Vo money could $empt me to be Without this remedy for even a day. Jt ls just tbe remedy that all women need, especially ouch women (bat are exposed to tlie vicissitudes of plimate, as f am. ?'l neyer neglect an opportunity to recommend thia remedy to my friends. It ls America's greatest remedy for America's greatest enemy, catarrh and catarrhal affections. I would not have catarrh for a million dpllars, and as lang ?s I have Pe-rVna ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 17 January 1900

4"THF: * GAZETTE, V l'lBUSHKH BX !13#*rrol?y ?*> Oort-JA-jp-a-r-a-y" Eiitt-rod at thc Postoffice at Lexington, Va-, as seoond-claeis matter. IiEOAl7Al)ViTuTISEMENTS fl 00 per inoh for first Insertion and 50c. toe each continuance ttn*rt*after. CiTTiik Gazette ia always Indebted to friend** who favor it with society Items and personals, but must urge that all such be sent over tho signature of the sender. ?TAIN'T. Washington said: "A grett stand? ing army is a menace to free govern? ment." Mr, MeKialoy says: 'Tain't." Congressman McKinley says: "The gold standard is a curse to the coun? try." President MeKinley says! ?''Tain't." The whole country is sufferisg from trusts, Mr. McKinley says: " 'Tain't." Polygamy is said to bo a horriole crime in Utah. Mr. MeKinley says: ? 'Tain't." "The powers of all just government are derived from the eonserat of the governed." Mr. McKinley says; ? 'Tain'!," Congressman McKinley said the I withdrawal of greenbacks was a eon traction of the circul...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 17 January 1900

SOMETH large package of the world's bett clear.w for ? nickel. Still grertereo-otiomy in l-povod paika**. AU grocer*. J' 'e only by THE H. K. FAIR! IK COMPAi*Cl ?Chicago, Ot. IaOUlK, New Yo . Benton, Phliadel; Personals and Briefs. Miss Mary G. Cm per, of Botetourt eounty, is yisiting the Misses Pierson. General Scott Shipp is in Richmond attending a meeting of the Board of Vistors. Miss Bettie Cleylurne, of Union, Vf. Ya., is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Dearer. Mr. John "W. Miley bas sold his resi? dence on Randolph street to Mr, Joseph minger. Mr. George B. Larrie!.-, who was paralyzed on the 9th instant, is, we are glad to learn, imp .ring. His entire right side was aflfcted The Lexington Presbytery has dis- j sobed tho pastoral relations of Rev. J. JS. Booker with Hebron ohurch. He will enter the home mission field, Mr*. Chat les E. DedYer is in Greens? boro, X. C., having been called th.re by the illness of her son, Mr. "Wilaam Dearer. Qur old friend, Mr. J. Scot Mooro, wh...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 17 January 1900

FARM NEWS kND VIEWS. (Philadelphia ' Becord.) lt ia just as necessary for a farmer to " tt a reputation"' as for the merchant to get to ttie top with a certaiu line ot goo ls. vYhea the farmer makes a specially of butte**, *ggs or any other article he ihould seek to introduce the gools himself. It may not be encourag? ing at tirst but his products will in tme barjo me known. When domes! c animals have the op? portunity to make a chaage of food they do sc. This may bo noticed when they are on the pasture, rome being ?content with certain grasfos while otheie will seek some otter kinds. They also pro fer a ctnange &t times in the wiottr, especially when theyreeeive reo food of a succulent character. Provide en-dlage, turnips, carrots or any kiad of food other tban dry grain and hay. It is not the lack of means that some farmers fail to ornament their farms with trees, evergreens and paint. It costs but a small sum to plant ever? greens to ser.e as wind-brakes and t ey very much be...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 24 January 1900

THE LEXINGTON Ga^TTE. ^_ Vol* 96 No. 4 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia* Wednesday, January 24, 1900, (91,50 a Tear DOCTORS USE PE-RU-M. PE. J. W. VEUVE, NEWARK, OHIO, Newark, Ohio. S. B. Hartman, M. D., Columbus, O.: It is now seventeen years since I re? ceived the first edition of your book entitled "The Ills of Life." I received it In tho evening mail, and before retired I read and pondered over every word in the book. I was greatly im? pressed with your candor and sincerity. Tho book loft no doubt in my mind as to the remarkable virtues of your Pe-ru-na. It was because of this Impression that I resolved I would test your assertions, and test them in a way that could leave no doubt. I began prescribing Pe-ru-na, as rec? ommended in your book, and prescribed lt precisely as you dlrocted. As you know, the prevailing diseases are in? flammations or irritations of the inter? nal organs of the body, either of the head, the throat, the lungs, bowels, etc. I prescribed it hundreds...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 24 January 1900

I -' - -J - ? a.. ?-.'Villi * il 1*11*1 aaaa^aajnaaia, {' THE -'GAZETTE. > rUSUSHKD BV "^ta*rol?.y ce? Oo-mpftny, Entered at 'he Postofflee at Lexington, Ya., es si'cond-elaes matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per luci for "mt Insertion '""I 50c. for each cunt i nuance* thereafter. ?^i?~l*nr: Gnzkiik le'alway . indebted to friend.-*, who favor it with Moiety Items and leersoiiiils. tuit must urge that all such be ?>nt ovt>r tin- sij-natuif of the sonder. Hon. w "You shall not press down upon tho brow of labor (Ins croxen of thoms, noi crucify mankind wpon a cross of gold." The numerous friends of Hod. Charlo! T. Band, the energetic mem? ber of the House ftom Port*mouth, seem to be in earnest in the detcrmi raation to present his name to the next C mgressional Convention of ihe Second District. They might go very moch further, and do ve-y much worse, thara to nominate this hustling young Demo? crat. He recently achieved a suceess in the House that docs not fall to the lot o...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 24 January 1900

.awaaaaaaawn..nainaanlnaa^aannanji^naai an ,,,, [Which Half i 'ito Betti The housewife'e duties are I realize. Cleaning alone is a co::: strength, a never-ended task. Mo work of cleaning she can have clo will, and the expense will bc i Does the beti than any otlu and cheaply. THE N. Chicago. 8t.L Personals and Briefs. Wo will publish something moro about Sam Houston next week. Miss Edna Wilbourn, of Raphin, is tho guest of Mrs. Cbailee K. Newman. Mrs. Daniel Ciigler is visiting in FilaCftltle, Mm. Samuel "Wilbourn, of Buena \ista, is risiting her mother, Mrs. L. M. Humphrier*. Professor Harry Tucker ai tended the Loe-Jackson birthday celebration in Staunton Friday. Miss Nettie Pratt entertained a num? ber of friends Thursday night with an old-faih,ODed candy stew. Miss Lutie Settle is visiting Mrs. L. Parker Hil1, at Try Bridge, Chester? field eounty, Virginia. Miss Mary Barc'ay, who has been risiting the Misses Guy, in Richmond, has relumed home. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Minge, of New Or...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 24 January 1900

Farm News and Views -.I'hll.ieleli'hi** Record When minti ro ic cc rae* hatted an i tlc o lei* of am menin is noticed there is thin e lo s of a raluibie fertiuVng sul)stau"e?ni regen. Tam tbe heap orer, pl.telng the coarse portions to the cent e While s > dom** sp tic kl* a Imniltul ir uacre of kainit orer the minni e. If this cannot be done force n crowbar do >n into He h<ap iaeeieral places and pour cold water in to re? duce tho lemperjture. E *?ry farmer is dekirou-* of securing the "best breed." -lhere is no best bleed f.rr all purpose*, but there are best breeds ior certain purpose*. Be? fore selecting a bleed first determino the obj(ct, in view, and then procure the breed tbat will come nearest in fulfilling the purpose required of it. taking Boil, climate, capacity of tbe farm, shelter, etc., in conr.iderati. n. The farms of tbis country are not crowded if 'he average yield* per acre of cereal crops are eudences* Tbere ie * lack of judgment in farming, and there is 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. — 31 January 1900

LEXINGTON Ga*^TTE. Vol 96. No. 5 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, January 31, 1900. <J $1,50 fl WOMEN FEAR LA GRIPPE AND CATARRH. Pe-ru-na a Reliable Protection. I ous after-effects of ia grippe as Pe-rn-na. Tho leading actors and actresses of thia country havo come to regard Pe-ru na as indispensable to their success. Mlle.Janer MRS. THEOPHILE SCHMITT, OP CIHejAGO, Mrs. Theophile Schmitt, wife of tHo Ex-Secretary of th? German consulate, writes tho following letter to Pr. Hart? man, from 3417 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. Mrs. Schmitt says: "I suffered this winter with a severe attack of la grippe, and having repeatedly heard of the value of Pe-ru-na in such cases I thought I would try it. I used it faith? fully and began to feel a chango for thc better the second day, and in the course of a week I was very much improved. After using three bottles I not only found that the grippe had disappeared, but my general health was much bettor. I am satisfied that Po-ru-na ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 31 January 1900

<" THE'"GAZETTE, j> fCBLIBHtD BT larolA7 ?*? Oompany. Entered at the Postoffice st Loxington, Va., as eecond.claes matter. DVERTIREMENT8 $1 00 par Jnsfrtlon and 50c. fear each eroafter. ts ls always Indebted to lt with society Items and st urge that all such be ature of the sender. "Tom shall not press down upon ths brow of labor thtt croton of thorns, -nor cruoify mankind upon a cross of gold." MR. BRYAN'S EASTERN TRIP. Since his r?st and on1 ing in Texas, Mr. Bryan haa taken up the work of aJvaneing the cauaeof Democracy with renewed intellectual vigor. For bia trip through New York and New England preparations were made by tbe looal organizations vi hich ahow how great is the enthusiasm which at? tends his reception and how thorough is the unity of Demeeraey ia support of bia principles. It is well for Democrats the land over to consider the different condi? tions whieh attend Afr. Bryan on thia eastern trip, and that which be made in the campaign of 1896. In New York and i...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 31 January 1900

SOMETH Large pa?kaya of tba world's bent c!tvu"-i-*r for a nick*!. tWllgTejatera?<ronom7in4-poi id f-a-ctaya. All rrocers. Mada only by THK W. K. FAIKHATtK COMPA3T1 _-rTfr-ncato. SI Louis. Kew York. Horton. PbUadul NOTICE. All parties owing me will pleas 3 Bet? tie at once, otherwise ? will give claims to an officer for collection. All parties holding claims against me will please present them for settlement at once. W. H. TOMNEY. Lexington,Va., Jan. 31,1900. I Personals and Briefs. Mr. John Sheridan was ia New York last week oa business. Mies Hallie Barford, of Lynchburg, is visiting Mrs. S. G. Pettigrew. Mrs. Wade Masters attended tbe burial of her annt, Mrs. J. B. Slannon} in Riche;ond, Saturday. Miss Annis Bnffner is visiting h.i sister, Mrs. Hebert Campbell, in Nortn Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Heck, after an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. James B. Heck have returned to tbeir home in Newport News. Mr. Eugene West, Jr., baa resigied bis poeiticn with the K at O. in Lex ingto...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 31 January 1900

Farm News and Views Philadelphia Record Apple tre's do not bear full crops uutil tern ytar** old or more. A trse ? twenty years old will produce from 25 of 40 bushels of apples. A pear tree 15 years old should produce from 20 to 30 bushell. A peach tree four years oldshould produc?from4 tolO bushels. The tree mst not do so well in some sections, as much depends apon the variety and also the care beetowsd. It takt s time jor manure to sLow full effect in il-.e s il, an 1 but little benefit miiy be noticed tba fir-t year, but gradually ibe material will decompose abd return to tiio soil the original ele? ments derived therefrom. Some faraser* are oed ti nally disappointed with tbe U5-e o' m-inure, but thebeieGts from mai.u e the first year d*pend largely npen itt) condition when applied to the Boil. Tbe fruit grower abo expects to have fuir crops of fruit mu-4 begin witb the use of insecticides e*?rly. He mnst not delay t?o late into tbe spring, as the firsi spraying is sometimes the ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 February 1900

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 96 No. 6 Lexington, Bockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 7, 1900, <{ 81,50 a Year OUR NAVY USES PE-RU-NA. Paymaster Collier says. "I Have Taken Pe-ru-na It Will Do AU That is Claimed For lt" WM. A. COLLIER, PAYMASTER OP THE U. S. NAVY. One ot tbe most responsible positions ira the practical management of the United States Nary (a the Paymaster's Offlco. Only men ot great executive and clerical ability can fill snch a position. Such a man ls the Hon. William A. Col? lier, Assistant Paymaster of tbe United States Nary. In a recent letter of his to Dr. Hartman he says: WA.saiNOTON, D. C., Jan. 25,1689. I hare taken Pera-na and take pleas nre In recommending it to those needing a first-class tonic, feeling assured that it ?rill do all that is claimed for it. Yours truly, Wm. A. Collier. Major Mabson. Sergeant Buck Taylor, Meir York City. Sergeant Buck Taylor, one of tbe famous Rough Riders, ls a personal friend of Oorernor Roosevelt, of Now Yor...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 February 1900

h.-.-..--i - - -*- ??* P,--'LI*HII* BV SitrolAy edb Oomp?ny( Eutored at the Pottofflct at Lexington, Ye? as second class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per Inch f.ir first insertion ?nd 50c. foresesch eontt*tU**,hce thereafter. noa. W. 3. hartam. "Yon shall not press down upon ths brow of labor this croicn of thorns, nor crucify mankind upon a cross of gold." We return our thanks to Superinten? dent of Ppublic Instruction Jotepb W. Southall for a copy of the Virginia School Report for tbe year 1898-1899, which contains a grant deal of valuable information relative to the public schools of tbe Commonwealth. Fro ra it we learn that the entire scheat population of tbe State is 665,865, tba number of schoolt in operation 8,806, pupils en rolled 358,825, and the average daily attendance 203,136. The teachers number 8,836,divided as follows: White ru o'es. 2,058; white ftmalet, 4,613; colon d males, 851; colored females, 1,314 The average monthly salary of malo teaebers wat $32.09,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. — 7 February 1900

l' a 1 I 1 t All That No soap, no soda, no ing but water is needed bright and beautifully V *OUdl It cleans every th in cheaply, thoroughly, where. Largest packa economy. THK M. AS.. FAIRBANK C C*lt5a?a*o. St. Louia. New York. Bc jaAaa\a\mmmt\*n*K*i\xa\wtmm atTTga OiiiTTi lt always Indebted to trttndt who favor it with toclety Items aod penontU, but moat targa that all such bo teat over the signature of tbe sender, Personals and Briefs. Next Wednesday it St. Valentine'* Day. Mr. G. D. Letcher was in Richmond last week on business. Mr. C. H. P. Bosserman has been appointed postmaster at Flumen. Miss Louise Brokenbrough enter? tained the Card Club latt night at the Lexington. Policeman John Spillen while skat? ing on North Rifer Friday, fell and brok* tit ri^ht collar-bone. Mr. John L. Campbell went io West Virg;n a Monday tr) attend tbe luneral o: hi j fi lend, Mr. William T. Leavill. Lent begins this year February 28, that bein,; Ano Wednesday. Easter Sunday falls on April 15. Mist ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 February 1900

Farm News and Views! Philadelphia Record Farmers are patunt'j waiting for grass, and jost a? roon as it can be done they -aili turn the cattle out to graze. Now, if they will hold the eaUle baek two cr three week* (or even a month) later they will give the grass an op? portunity to make growth, and they will largely gain by to doing. One of the greatest injuries Ij grass landis the trampling by the cstt'e, e?pocially if the sca-oii is wet. The and for th* new alrtwberry beds should be prepared at toon as it can roe done. Plow deep, harrow.sppl? the fertilizer broade.-ia', and then again harrow tbe soil fine. This will admit warmth and stiulate growth of early weeds, which can be destroyed with the harrow as sson aa they appear,witb the result of having tho plot fairly free cf w< edt whin the young runners are tra-icp'nnteJ. Boot may be kept with advantage 0:1 overy farm, if only ont or two hivet are allowed. Beet assist iu fertilizing the blossoms of some plants snd perform valua...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 February 1900

LEXINGTON GAZETTE. V?l 96 No'l^..s______l_____________?^exington, Eockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, February 14, IDOO^^^^H^^g., 81.50 a Year TWO REMARKABLE CURE Of Two Prominent and Well Kn-w People. A Catarrh Curo That Cures. Miss Dade Stegeman, snperintendei of tho Chicago North Side Woman Club, of Chicago, in a recent letter to D Hartman speaks of Pe-rn-na as followi Chicago, Jan. 23,1899. Po-ru-na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O Gentlemen?Pe-ru na has often bee need by the mem bert of our club 1 cades of stomac! trouble and genera debility?also ro cently In cases of I grippe, and alway with tho most beno ficiary results. ] ? think a great deal ol Pe-ru-na?often rec ?^re^y-' ommend lt to my Dade Stegeman. friends, and am glad to say all who have tried it speak a good word for it. Dado Stegoman. Pe-ru-na has become to be so universal? ly recognized as a specific cure for ca? tarrh, acuto or chronic, coughs, colds bronchitis, that it is amazing that any ono should continue to suf...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 February 1900

Cm?GAZETTE. } puausaiD ;-.y 13evx-olnnry *Jb CoruapAny. ]intere;l a*, ilie r'ostofflco at LexlroftOO, Ya-, jv* seexutd-claes matter. LEG A I. ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per loch for iin-it insertion and 5Cc. for each ?XKitiiiu-uico thereafter. 1 O THE PATRONS OF THE GAZETTE. We wouJd bc ungrateful toerurKehes an.; to em* vn.r.ed employee, Mr. H. 0. Bowyer, who bas bad charge of Th? Gazxtti during our absence at the Stale Capital, if we failed io give him a elet-eived meed of praise for the admir? able manner in which he bas conducted this journal. Respectfully, E. H. Barclay. It is not tie eelitor nlone who makes n I uccen e f a newspaper, but 1he hearty co<0] oration cf all who are participating in is preparation. We take this oc? casion to thank our county correspond? ents for tl.e ready responses tbey bave reade in furnishing us the news from their various neighborhoods, and ask a continuance of tbe same, in order 'ihat the columns of The Gazette may be the medium through which the ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 February 1900

SOMETH targe package of thc worM'B hort aMasSf ttata nickel. Still greater econe.my in4-j'ountl '.uciairc. All grocers. Mtule only by THK W. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY **;i:cmgo, BU Louts. Kew York. Boston, FhUadel *0*Thk Gazette is always indebted to friends who favor it with society items and personals, but must urge that all such be sent over the signature of the sender. Personals and Briefs. Captnn J. P. Moore was in Rich? mond last week. Miss Mildred Myers bas returned from a visit to Roanoke. Foar new cadets have enteied the V. M. I., since February 1st. Mrs. Edward Coope-, of Cooper's, W. Va., is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. S. Smitb. Mr. Charles F, Myers, of the Union Theological Seminary, is at home on a visit. Miss Janet Allan lift this afternoon to visit hei sister, Mr-. Powell, at Carndtn, Ark. Cad t W, H. McClintic has entirely rertovere 1 and again report d tor duty at the V. M. I. Dr. R. W. Martin, of Lynchburg^ B^ent Monday night in town with h a son, Ca Lt Jaarics J. Marti...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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