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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 February 1900

Farm News and Views Philadelphia I.ocord Weeds and o her re'u^e left in the fease corners last fall should be care? fully cleaned away before r-.pri.nfr. They ean easily be raLo \ out, as they are now dry, and the best way to dispose of si.ch material is to burn it. An exe?ll?nt waj to te it seeds is to place a few betwe?n two flannel cloth**, dampening the cloths with warm water plaeing them iu a warm location and keeping them moist. Sone of the seeds will germ in j. te if kept at an even temperatere. Another method ih to plant a few in a cigar box lilUd with earth. The winter is the time to eleen uo the farra. Cn some f jrras the watt? water is thrown ntar the house, dead grai-s and weeds accumulate, and filth in variot!? farms exists. Tlie cold weather hides many dirsagr. cable things because th^re are then no ordors, but the filth remains, however, and decay beyii.s w.th the warm weather ot spring K\ery farm needs a good cleaning up at leaj-t onccu. 3 ear. A crack in the wall, o...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 February 1900

LEXINGTON Gazj^TTE. Vol. 96. No. 8 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 21, 1900, <{ $1,50 a Year A NOTED JUDGE SAVED BY PERUNA. Had Catarrh Nine Years?All Doctors Failed. nON. GEORGE KEUSTEX, OP CHICAGO. Hon. Geo Korsten, a well-known Jus? tice of tlie Peace of Chicago, says: "I was afflicted with catarrh for nine years. My catarrh wa? locatod chiefly in my head. I tried many remedies without avail. I applied to several doc? tors, but they were not able to enre me. 1 learned of the remedy, Pe-ru-na, through the daily newspapers. After taking the remedy for 18 weeks I was entirely cured. I consider my euro per? manent, as it has boen two and a half years siuco I was cured." The Governor of Oregon is an ardent admirer of Pe-ru-na. Ile keeps it con tinually in tho house. In a recent letter to Dr. Hartman he says: "I havo had occasion to use your Pe ru-na medicine in my family for colds*, and it proved to be an excellent remedy. I havo not had occasion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 February 1900

\ THE ?GAZETTE> j*. r-r.i?n**'> uv ?33*n.rcs2*?y **s Company. JtotT-fei at the Postofl.ee at Lexington, Va., aa ?t*cond-cla?8 matter. bEiJA.'- ADVKKT1SEMENTS $1 00 per htttk for Te rat l*os*?rlion ant 50c. foe crcIi aMtntloatno* tb?rea't?r. A P.ffW THO UGH IS FOH VOLUK TEER FIREMEN. Ir. the House Fiidav Mr. J-land o' rv>rtstnoutb, introduced n resolutio* iastructlag the Finance Committee tc make a report upon a bill for the relie; of the" Citizens Fire Anooiatiora of Virginia. Mr. Eland made a vigorous speech in favor of hu resolution, an-i said that bis Lull hal been sleeping in the committee since Ihe 13th d<-y ol Deecmber last, an I he had b?en in? formed by a member of thc committee Ihat no report wjuld be made. Chairman Boaz, replying to Mr. Bland, admitted that his committee did tot intend ti raporf, but the gentleman from Portsmouth bad hi* remedy, and that was to move to discharge the com mitteo from the further com-ideration of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 February 1900

)?**? THE WASHING ?BTThk Gazbtti is alwAys Indebted to friends wbo favor lt with society Items snd personals, bert must urge tbat all such be ?ent over the signature ot the sender. Personals and Briefs. Hr. Ground Hog knew what he was j talking abo at after all. Bat. Dr. J. A.. Quarles preached in Woodstock on Sunday last. Thomas S. White & Son hare a change of ad. to-day, see it. Misa Kata Buford, of Bichmond, is the guest of Mn J. D. H. Bose. Mr. B. H. Gorrell is ia Philadelphia ou a pleasure trip. Dr. aad Mrs. Henry Alexander White are visiting Judge B, K. Well ford in Richmond. Misses Lelia and Edon Holmes hare letsroed from a visit to relatives in Joneeboro, Ind. Miss Clara Bobbitt, of Salem, was the guest of her ester, Mrs. ?. ?. Snyder, for i- ever al da} a last week. Mis* Mary Garieg left yesterday for Baltimore, and will be absent until next summ.r. MUs Sue tYelHoit-1, of Rchmond, aad Mies St'lie Scott, of Warren ton, I*?, C., abo hat* ben tbe guest of -Vrs H, A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 February 1900

Farm News and Views PhUadelpfafta Reeord It fakos 'imo to improve ft farm and get it to a high c >n lilion of fert btv, bin the effect will bo lasti'ig. Wirri the lind is rich the farmtr thon has a itoreliouse of plant f.ied upon whieh 1-e can d aw for the u-e of fu!ure crops* There is no snfer bank th-v*i the soil when it ba** I it-on improve I. Work tLo manure o<er now ml get it fer .-men fed (rotted) in the heap, if 1 0 siblef, so as to lave it in thi most available* condition for pl inls. Course miiiLire nay answer lor com, but it is not suiiabl ? fnr <;rft-s or vego'ftb'es There is but little time remaining be? fore spring work begin0, and too much attention cannot bo giva*n the manure thai is to be spread. G tan paaa ea I be pla ited ea*ly,and tucciesivo crops may Le gro^n. For an Mri) supply use the dwarf varieties, as they need no s ipport', but they dc not afior.1 but cue or two pickings. For the later crops the tall kiuds should ue used, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 February 1900

LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol, 96. No. 9. Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 28, 1900, <{ $1,50 a Year^ ""?-**' mf ir f CAPITOL BUILDING A Letter From the Exec The Governor of Oregon ls an ardent admirer of Pe?-ru-na. He keeps lt con? tinually in the house. In a recent let? ter to Dr. Hartman he says: Statb of Or-coon, Executive Department Salem, May 9,1896, The Pe-rn-na Medicine ConColumbns,6.: Dear Sirs:?I hare had occasion to use your Pe-ru-na medicine in my family for colds, and lt proved to be an excel? lent remedy. I haye not had occasion to use it for other ailments. Tours very truly, W. M. Lord. Any man -who wishes perfect health must bo entirely freei from catarrh. Ca? tarrh ls well-nigh universal; almost omnipresent. Pe-rn-na is the only abso? lute safeguard known. A cold is the be? ginning of catarrh. To prevent colds, to cure colds, is to cheat catarrh out of BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOB tba pandell ind fasteM-MlUn; book ever published. Pulpit Echo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 February 1900

{' THE - GAZETTE^ rCDLlSHKl) BT BfArolay tts Oompnny. Intered at the r*o8totT*ioe nt fjpxington, Ya. u eeoond-clae6 matter. LEGAL A.DVERTIREMENTS fl 00 per loch for flrpt Insertion and 80c. for each ?ontinnanoe thereafter. A GREEDY AMD SOULLESS MEASURE. The Kew York Herald, discussing the debate in C-ingi ess on thc Puorto Rican Tarift bill, says: "Tbe time i* near when tbe people are to vote on thia nnd other question* and the rae n n Congiess wkoconernp late voting for this greedy and soulles measure shonld remember that fact. The Presidential campaign, in truth, opened with the beginning of this de? bate. The peoplo remember and ap? prove the w. rds of President Mc? Kinley's me*sago? Om* plain duty is to abolish all customs tarilla between the United States and Puerto Rico and give her products free a?ces* to our markets, "There are Republicans who refuse to be whipped into line to vote for the un-American and inhuman treatment of the afflicted Puerto Ricans, and thare are some D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 February 1900

SOMETH targa? package of the worid'B bo>t c!twirpr for a nickel Still gnrktori'iMiiomy IB 4 pesta! package. Al. grocore. >!a<'.e only by THB W. K. PAIUnAXIv COMPAX1 Chicago, St. Louis, New YoiH. Boaton. riilladBl ?WTeB Gazktt* is always indebted to lrlends 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. Miss Emma Shelley, of Staunton, is tbe guest of Mra. J. M. Quiaenberry. Mr. Z. Shirley, of New Market, is visiting Lis son, M". R. A. Shirlej. Misses Mary and Sue Davidson are in "Washington where tbey will spend several wteks Colonel Robert Catlett is in Win? chester attending tr:e meeting of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias. To-day is Abu "Wednesday and ihe beginning of Lert. Easter Suud-iy will be April 15;h. Mr. E. L. Graham, of the firm of Graham and Company, is in tbe North purchasing spring poods tor bis firm. TLe town clock now Las a shining iDuntenanc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 February 1900

Farm News and Views Philadelphia Record Look carefally on the cherrv lr*es for any signs of b'ack knot. It will be an advantage to air away the branch or limb and barn it it any indications of the disease is found. It comes from spsres, awd one* it gets in an orchard seems to hold its own, Trees that wero treated last fall ahouldbe sprayed early, fo'lowing with spraying several times thereaft i. using the .Bordeaux mixture. Should the weather become warm bees will corns out of the niven. They will then elean the hives by removing dead bees and refuse. It is better to keep the hives cool if there is liability of the bee* coming oat too 6?on,whuh nay be done by removing them from the cellar to an open shed, but this should not be done until winter is over or liability ol severe crld weather baa All needs should be treated for ?mut if signs of smut have been noticed in previous years. Both oats and corn require treatment. Dissolve one pound ?f sulphate of copper (bluestone) in six gall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 March 1900

A M, mm GAZETTE. ?Ja** ii I ?*eM*fc**aKca^Mat-r.*^?-??^?-?ttMi ff-*'"V Vol. 96. No 10* Loxington, Itockbridgc Count), ? irginia, Wednesday, March 7, 11)00, <| $1.50 a Year **r ##*0 --"tl Catarrh If there is a fire in your cellar you put it nut with water. If the flames arc in the kitchen you use water again. If the fire is located iu the .second story, water is the agent to .subdue it. If in the attic, water is still your salva? tion. Fire is fire, and no matter where lo? cated, water puts it out. Your body is a house of many stories. It is lined throughout with a marvelously sensitive mucous membrane. Whenever this mem? brane becomes irritated or inflamed, the result is Catarrh. When you catch cold,^^ have Catarrh of the head, or eyes, or ear or nose. Bronchitis is Catarrh of the bronchial tubes. Pneumonia is Catarrh of the air cells of the lungs. Consumption is Catarrh of the lungs. Heartburn and Dyspepsia are Catarrh of tire stomach. Kidney troubles are Catarrh of thc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 March 1900

C THE ^GAZETTE. > lTBl.IftllED BT ?jato^-rcleaay -**? Cormpftnyi Entered at tho PofitofTl."? at Lexington, Ya es second-class matter. LBCfAb ADVERTISEMENTS tl 00 p?*r Jauh for<"r.-l Insertion .*nd We. for ciich continui'i'*'.) thereafter. "Tau t\nU not prut donn upon the brotsof labor thtt erotcn of therm, nor t*ru*ify mankind tepon a cross of gold'* LUCKY BRYAN?FOOLISH Mc KINLEY. (The New York Journa1.) Sapposa "William J, Brjan had said six months ago: "I had a dream lust night. I dreamed that McKinley revived ths dead and decayed Clajton-Balwer treaty and male a new treaty giving a'l tbe pow? ers of Europe the right to use the Nicaragua Canal to attaok our coasta. I dreamed that he signed a currency bill which not only established tb** gold stand ad, but loaJed it dcwu with ai arrangement for making the bond hold rs a present of ?80,000,000 in ca*h and pei petuating the nation il debt for the pro.it of the banks. Fina'ly I drearmel that he declared it. to be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 March 1900

and yon cnn change your clothes early in the day. worry. Largest package Tila* N. K. FA1 Chicago. Bt. Louts. rum ^,y:^T^rm-n^.! hmm.. .?. *__ Personals and Briefs. "The Robins Nest Again" in the cedars adjacent to town, the first spring invoice having arrive I Monday lash Dr. J. A. Quarles entertained the senior philosophy class of W. A L. U. at tea Saturday evening, Tie Christian Endeavorers were en? tertained at a social Tuesday 1 ight at thertsidtnee of Mrs. 1'. H. Gilla-k. j Mr. W. C. Keigor, cf Stain,ton, Ya, epe it the past two days with his sou, Cadet W. C. Keiger, of tho V. M - I. Mr. Rufus Black nnd bride, ne? Miss Laura Echard, left Tuesday for their future berne in Nebraska. The w,rk of tao Legila'ure is end e.\ It would have been better for the people of Virginia had it never begun. Dogs entered t'ie flocU of Samuel Hull and J. T. L. Preston one ni Jr Ian: week ant killed a number of thea- j sheep. i-Voi.H.Xeaus?, lort ler of thi Y.M 1. ba .d is able to bo out again, lie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 March 1900

Farm News and Views Philadelphia Record I "To keep oggs for hatching purposes place them in a cold place (about 40 degrees *-tbove z.tro) and turn them half over twice a week. Only the fresh eggs should bc kept, and the most per fectly-ror:ni-d ones (.elected. Eggs so kopt will lintch if a month old. l>o not try to eave expense in Ihe co-t of seedpoa'ces by cutting the seels into sma'l pieces,a*f*thebestcropn are made from wholo potatoes or halves To prevent sproutingbefore the ground is ready the seed sho.d b) kept in a cool place (about 4C degreesl.is warmth s injurious and 'crees them before the prop?r lime for planting arrives. Eirly lettuce ctn b3easily grown in cold frames. The plants are T?ry hardy and trill thrive with but slight protaction. A great roan**; plants can be grown on a few square yards of ground il they are clo=e together, aod they bring good prices if gotten into market early. Sow grasB seed on the bare plac.sof thefields and laverna and give the gro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 March 1900

THE LEXINGTON Vol.96. No ll* Lexington, Koekbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, March 14, 1900, <J ?1*50 a Year HAVE YOU [SCIENCE CALLS IT CA' maa dade stege Miss Dado Stop-omen, Superintendent of tho Chicago Nortb Bide Women's Chit), of Chicago, in a recent letter to Dr. Hartman, speaks of Pe-ru-na as follows: "Po-ru-na has often boen u^c-cl by tlie members ot our club in cases of stomach trouble and general debility?alao re? cently in caaea of la grippe, and always with the most beneficial result?. I think a great deal of Po-ru-na?often recom? mend it to my Monda, and am glad to Bay all who havo tried it apeak a good weird for it." Mrs. Emily S. Carson, Austerliiz, Mich., says: Dr. S. h. Hartman?Dear Sir: I had boen troubled with dyspepsia n:ul indi? gestion for many years, and waa very much reduced in flesh. 1 could not cat anything with? out the greatest distress after? wards. My food would come np and my stom? ach became very weak from fasting, as I preferred to go w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 March 1900

<"" THE?GAZETTE."> ITBLISHED BT Bi*ro).ay et* Coxrapauya HnWre d at th? Postoffiee at Lexington, Va as second-class matter. LEGA.L ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per ineh for fl ist Inairrtion ?.nd "Wc. foe each (??ntlnuanca*. thereafter. NO MORE PRIVACY IN PUSINESS "The Parks bill, whbh became a law through the signature of Govemoi Tyler t-macks so much of the Inquisition that th' Virginian Pilot feels called upon to express Its repLVt-, as Well as ita surprlso, that Gov? ernor Tvt'-r should hiv*.allowed theraeasur to pass with liis sanction, particularly aftoi a Majority ol tao Bernete had requested the Governor to Withhold his signature. Some people pry moro than their share of tirscs Some do not pay enough. Is this a sufficient reason, however, for the appoint ment of an officer whose business lt is to pry into the piiva c secrets and affairs of every gentleman or lady; to invade the private rights of every person for the purpose of in qmiring into hi3 private busing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 March 1900

SOlRETK large packafre of tlie woi-Mlt br*t clearier fora nickel. Still Rrmteroei>ninn.v net-pound package*. All gtOtsta. Mark only Hy THE H. K. FAIRUANK <rOMl?AX. Cb!tr*go. St. louis, New Tort. RoKor., I'hlladtil; ?eMTriiE Ga/.cttk is nlwaya Indebted ko Metmeia ejrbo fiivor it with surifty Ltoms and personals, bul must ugo that all such bs eont over tho signature, of the sender. Personals and Briefs. Mr. Frank Markley, of Baltimore, is in Lexington visiting his father. Mr. F. A. Markley. Mrs. Neptnne Buckner, of Ashland, N C., is fishing her mother, Mrs. R. L. Northern. Mrs. Carson H. Burrows, of Balti? more, is visiting her- father, Mr. John Beeton. Dr. A. M. Henkle, of Staunton, spent Snturdav and Sundav with his ison, Cadet S" G. Heukle, of the V. M. I. Miss Bunch Irvine, of Charlottesville, whs tlie guest of her brother, Mr. Vim. A. Irvinp, for seveial days hst week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Humphries, of Vesuvius, were tee guests this weok of Mrs. Ellen J. Berr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 March 1900

Farm News and Views Philadelphia Record Coal ashes possess bnt little value as a ferti izer, but they ara excellent if broadcasted on very light, sandy soil, their effect being mechanical. They can also be utilized on roads and walk? ways, and serve admirably for filling up htle9 in tbe roais leading to tbe baru-y.ird or to the main road. Go-.seberries may hi propagate! from cuttings, the same as curren* bushes While oth?r fruits are nearly alway* plentiful in market there is seldom a fa 1 Bupply of gooseberries and current6, and it is possible tbat if they were made specialties by seme enterprising find experienced growers the vonture would prove profitable. Raspberries should b* worked early, and i ew plants she uld be put <-,ut a soon as Ihe ground will permit, as they thrive best whea given a good start bofcrs the dij season c >mes. Among the standard v rieties may Le mentioned th? Cuthbert, Tame-, Gregg and Doolittle. The best fertilizer for the young plan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 March 1900

o^ LEXINGTON Vol. 96. No 12. lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, March 21,190(1 ITuiTTw TWO SENATORS' TESTIMONY. Tell What They Know of Catarrh and Pe-ru-na. Hon. Porter Johnson, who has served fonr years as Stato Senator from the Fourth District in the city of Chicago, 111., and who also is the firet Democratic Senator over elected from that district, writes: "lean heartily recommend Pc rn-na as a catarrh cure. It cures when all other remedloa fail. I applied to several doctors, but they were not able to cure me. HON. EDWARD DWYER. [Sonator 17th District, Chicago, 111.] Hon. Edward Dwyer, State Senator, Seventeenth Senatorial District, Chi? cago, 111., writes: "Pe-ru-na cures when all other remedies fail. I can heartily recommend Pe-ru-na aa a catarrh rem? edy. It has been two years since I was cured, and I consider my cure perma? nent. I took the remedy for two months and am now entirely cured. I applied to several doctors, but they were not able to enre me. I tried...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 March 1900

<(~The - gazette7"> prausnuD bt Barclay db ConapAuy. Kntiored at the Postoffice at Lexington, "Va as second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per lneh for Hist Insertion n.nd 50c. foceaejh continuance thereafter. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democrats of thc Tenth District: I hereby announce to the voters of the Tenth Congressional District that I am a candidate for the nomination for congressman from this district by the Democratic party in convention assembled. E. H. Barclat. A BLACK LIST. ? The Los Angeles Herald gives tho fo'l wing Ust oi r't-ome R.-publican jobo": " Tho unconstituti mal Porto Rican tariff bill. "The Hanna-Pay ne shipping bill. "The single gold atindird bill. "Tbe Quay OOM. ?The i-elf-kick ng Hay-Pjuncefo e t'eatr. "The buetd.*l reciprocity Ireatie with Jamaica an.l Franc" Tc which should be add d, martial aw ia Idaho, refusal to send American co ltributi.ns to .he suffering Boora, tbe Macrum letters, Adelbert's conan biations with Lord Sali...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 March 1900

TBS. t i I I ! i J Gold Dust does it. Morning, x noon and night Mike--. (Ill *"?! i dull tbingsbright. Housework's - a delight with 'USP *i It "ives to nu bumble home oth alike require. It's woman's ? DI .*,. li. t'AlKBANK COMPANY, Ckieei ,^^l-JH-JtJHiJHHr^Hrf-'iJ(JHHr-^!S ij-irTHE Gazette is nlwavs Indebted to frienels who fnvor it willi stecie'iy items and parso.inls, 1.nt must tir^o tlint nil such be sent over the signature of the sender, Personals and Briefs. J. H. Wise has been appvntid post? al tat er at Riverside ibis county. Miss M. Kate Varner is risiting Miss Laura Lee Car ler, of Newport New.-. Mr T. H. Boley spent Sunday in Roanoke, Johu W. Barger has been Appointed commissioner of valuation f r Rock farridgrf, Mr, B. F. Harlow, of the Clifton Forge Review, was in Lexington lent ?week. Mrs. Car; Scholz aud little daughter, of Mammoth, W. Va,., nie the guest** of Mr. a*d Mis. E. IL Bir-lav. Mr. and Mrs. Robe:! H. Gil'.ock re? turned yesterday fr <u a visit to f...

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