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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 May 1900

>****>J*aaatMa.**l i ? > i rn,', mm,. .,. TWO hundred bushels Of Potatoes remove eighty pounds of "actual" Pot? ash from the soil. One thou? sand pounds of a fertilizer con? taining 8% "actual" Potash will supply just the amount needed. If there is a de? ficiency of Potash, there will be a falling-off in the crop. We have some valuable books telling about composi? tion, use and value of fertilizers for various crops. They are sent free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 N'uuu St., New York. I j i *n ' "i FEMALE LETTER WRITEhS SHOULD REMEMBER A woman bl ould keep in mind the following rules for letter writing : Business letters must be eoncise and clear, because busines people are sup posed to be busy No letter is complete without the date. In writing to solicit employment of any kind, on no account should per? sonal peiplexities or needs be men? tioned. Tbe world is full of unfor* tungie persons, and to a stringer tin trcubles of one are no more than of hoistB of others. Letters of int...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1900

Vol.fte. .No ,i. Lexington, Rockbridge Omnty, Virg& Wednesday, June 6, 1900. <{ $1,50 a Year if: The s?aaon f. r mowing will canne Ma inc drain ina. SYSTEM, That old sore or ulcer, which lias been <\ source of pain, worry and anxiety to you for fiaNw.rB'JllUaVifl five or teen years ? maybe longer ?fdoeau't heal because you are not ming the proper trc.t inent, hut are trying to cure it with salve* and -.vrshe*. While theee are soothing an-3 relieve ? MJptC pain to some extent, ito real, peniiaiKnt gooel can.conic from their use, because the disease mmmF ffLo-r is in the Hood and far beyond the reach of external applications. A sore heals promptly when the Wood ls In good condition, but ItOVOr* if it is diseased. The tendency of these old sores and ulcers is to grow worse, spreading and eating deeper into the flesh. They are a constant drain upon the system, gradually but surely ruin the health and sap the very life. A person's capacity fur work or pleasure'is soon lost in t...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1900

The Gazette, PUBLISHED BT larolAy ats Companj EntTed at the Post-office at Lexington, Vt as duooud-elasB matter. LiEviAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 p looa for first Insertion and 60c. foveae continuance thereafter. ANNOUNCEMENT. I'o the Democrats of the Tenth Distric I hereby announce to the voters c the Teuth Congressional District tha I am a candidate for the nominatio for congressman from this district b; the Democratic party in conventio: a-wembled. I respectfully ask the support of my fellow-citizens of the district or precinct meetings whei held. E. H. Barclay. Attention is directed to the article ??Virginia and the Negro," reproduce*; in another column fnm the Brislo (Conn.)Press. It is from the facile pen ol a young gentleman who attended thc Washington aud Lee Law Department lust year.and will be of interest as giving the views on this lively topic formed by a Northern man while sojourning in our midst* A LESSON OF THE ECLIPSE. It is impossible to conceive a human bein r with a m...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1900

-O'S THE QUIET. You may need a bracer after the first of May, and this is to inform you that Harman Bros,, Whiskey Merchants, of Staunton, Va,, are still in field and ready to serve you. With a record of ten years we know just how to please the peo? ple both in quality and price. Our 3 summer Rockbridge county rye is absolutely pure and the best whiskey sold in the State at $2.00 a gallon. Write for price list. ' HARMAN !E?as' The Leading Liquor Dealers, Staunton Ya, \ Personals and Briefs. Cherries are ripe and plentiful. Tbe Lexington High School closes tomorrow. Tbo City Fathers will meet tomorrow mg'it in regular session. Let us have a Camp of Sons of Con? federate Veterans in Lexington. Mra. James F. Mutherepaugh is vis? iting Iriends in Xenia, Ohio. Mr. W. R. Kennedy is visiting re* lat ives at Gilmore's Mill. l>r. Henry Alexander White aud wife tailed Saturday lor Paris. Mr. Ch .rles F. Myers, a s'.udtnt at Ui ion Ibei 'logical Semnary, Rich mo td, is at borne. Mrs. W. H. ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1900

ia ? ia . Mi i ?? I?I eli Ul > ll Uti?MMilMir CHOICE Vegetable will always find a read] market?but only that farme can raise them who has studiec the great secret how to ob tain both quality and quantit) by the judicious use of well balanced fertilizers. No fertil izer for Vegetables can produce a large yield unless it contains at least 8% Potash. Send (ot our books, which furnish full information. We send them free of charge. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 No\s*?u St., New York. HOBBED THE GRAVE A startling incident, of which Mr John Oliver, of Philadelphia, wa? tht t-ubjec', is narrated by hi n as follows "I w as in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yell>w, tye ?un en, tongue coated, pain con!inuall*e in back and siihs, no appetite?grad ually growing weaker day by day Three physicians bad given me np Fortunately, a Jriend ad-fist d trying Electric Bitters: and to my great joy and s'lrpme, the first bottle made * decided improvement' I continued their use for three weeks, 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. — 13 June 1900

I iXINGTON GA-AriT Vol.96, No 24 Lexington, Boekbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, June 13, 1900. 1 $1.50 a Year I _ I ll* ramil* hm Cn ot tor maiket) la the # CAW ?yrn Kl I . \: i'i '.-Ll These unwelcome visitors usually appear in the spring or summer, when the blood ia makins an extra effort to tree itself from the 'many impurities that have accumulated during thc winter months, Baneful During tn? simdefUo I m~?^ttmmmmmmmmoOT-a *-,?-Jjpp^J |K)J Carbuncles, which are more painful and dangerous, eome wusei frequently on the hick of thc neck, eating great holes in the flesh, exhaust the strength and often prove fatal. Ilnils ue regarded by some people as blessings, and they patiently and uncomplainingly endure thc pain and Inconvenience under thc mistaken idea that their health is befog benefitted, that their blood is toa thick anyway, and this is Nature's pla*n of thinning it. The blood is not too rich ortoo thick, but 11 disea ied ia full of poison arid unless relieved the entire ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1900

The Cjazette, prBLISHKH BT trolay ?*? OoinpAny Entered at the Postoffice at Lexington, Va as second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 pe ioctl for tirst Insertion and 50c. for cae continuance thereafter. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democrats of the Tenth District I hereby announce to the voters o the Tenth Congressional District tha I am a candidate for the nominatioi for congressman from this district bj the Democratic party in conventioi ?V-tembled. I respectfully ask thc support of my v feUow-citizens of tht district or precinct meetings when held. E. H. Barclay. THE PASSING OF A REPUBLIC. The crushing out of tbe Boer lie public is strangely analagous in detail to the crushing out of the Coiifedeeacy a third of e century ago. As in the cise of the Transvaal, the Federal government thought tbe suppresson of the "rebellion" (?) would be a picnic and expected lo whip the Soulh back into the Union in six weeke. As in tbe case of the Transvaal, numerous gen erals witb luminous reputat...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1900

-ON THE QUIET You may need a bracer after the first of May, and this is to inform you that Barman Bros,, Whiskey Merchants, of Staunton, Va,, arc still in field and ready to serve you. With a record of ten years we know just how to please the peo? ple both in quality and price. Our 3 summer iiockbridge county rye is absolutely pure and the best; whiskey sold in the State at $2.00 a gallon. Write for pricte list. TLe Leading Liquor Dealers, Staunton, Va. Persons and Briefs. Hailroad Commissioner J. C. Hill was in Lexington Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Estill have re? turned from a visit to Atlantic City, N.J. Mrs. John Carmichael, of New York, is tbe guo.t of Mrs. J. ll. Tucker. Mr. and Mis. K. A. Shirley are on a trip to Norfolk. The bronze tablet to be placed in Tacker Memorial Hall haB arrived. ;&Jiss Sarah Charlton is vUitin.j Mrs. iO. If. Charlton, at Newport News. If ycu Lave anything worth sell ng .it is woit.li advertising, and you may ?iot sell it uni*.ss you advertise i...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1900

fy OT ASH gives color * flavor and firmness tc all fruits. No good fruit can be raised without Potash. Fertilizers containing at least 8 to 10% of Potash will give best results on all fruits. Write for our pamphlets, which ought to be in every farmer's library. They are sent free. GERMAN KALI WORKS. n Nmmu St., N*?York. PETTI . ' W . Business Truths Proved True by ? Well Known Advertising Authority. [Boston Herald.J Tricky advertising means temport?r? profits. Advertising is a structure founded on necessity. Tnere's a broad, easy avenue con? structed for advertisers. Why should they try to build their own roadb? Conscious ignorance ls better than a slight knowledge?of advertising. A proper advertisement is one of the most pcttnt forces ir modern liff. Advt-rtisiunr, by creating dunand, will make tbe wages of tbe laboring classes satisfactory. Advertising is an educator ? the pi ime factor of success. Experience in cultivation discovers tbe most fertile advertising soil. An advertisi...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1900

THE ?xt i i \ f* XT ~ O ^, 1 .errington, Boekbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, June 20, 1900 -{ $1.50a Year V01. Mft \MJ mr*J TrtoMcs ? CanGGPy, ScrafuFsia ? Old $os*?sa Rheumatism, Contagious Blood mPoisoti, Ghmmc Ulcers, As the blood contains all the elements necessary to auslain life, it is impor? tant that it be kept free of all impurities, or it becomes a source of dip; ase, poisoning instead of nourishing the body, and loss of health is sure to follow. Some pensons enter the blood from without, through thc skin by absorption, or inoculation; others from within, as when wast* product*, accumulate in the system and ferment, allowing disease germs to develop and be taken into the circulation. While all bl-ood troubles nave one common origin, each lias some peculiarity to distinguish it from the other. Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheumatism, Eciema and other blood diseases can be distinguished by a certain sore, ulcer, eruption or inflammation appearing on the ski...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1900

The Gazette, KTStlSHED BT, -0**i*oltxy *to Comp* Entered at the Postoffice at Loxlngtx as second-olass matter. LEOAL ADVERTISEMENTS |1 Inch for Hr?t insertion and 60c. f coutinuauce thereafter. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democrats of the Tenth Di I horeby announce to the vot the Tenth Congressional Distric I am a candidate for the nomi: for congressman from this distr the Democratic party in convt ?V?embled. I respectfu'ly asl support of my fellow-citizens of di-* rici ot precinct meetings held. E. H. Bn.not WORKiyGMEtTS RIGHT' lhere is no way to remove an ( wi hout re uovin? tie cause. Lil beginning to open its eyes to tbe it is un important fact* r in the w tlint it has rights and propose maintain them, and the on'y way it sees to get a small share of wbi creates is to refuse to work unlei gets it. In olden times such acts i by law treason and punishable ' death. That is what privilege vhen it had the power. There it ?tber rule unier the present im system except power, Those who 1 the p...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1900

-ON THE QUIET. You may need a bracer } after the first of May, and this is to inform you that Harman Bros, WASl CO The annv-f and morn theb dolp) D. C VV hisk ey M erchants, Staunton, Va,, are still in field and ready to serve you. With a record of ten years we know just how to please the peo? ple both in quality and price. Our 3 summer Rockbridge county rye is absolutely pure and the best whiskey sold in the State at $2.00 a gallon. Write for price list. HARMAN BE?S,? The Leading Liquor Dealers, . Staunton* Va, an a praye Dum Iosbo of ih. bUBOe 16:13 Tlr.ee malt migl orV Rev( ginii linui btun takii emp lifo e was taine a pu Personals and Briefs. Mr. J. R. T. Carmichael, of Charles? ton, W. Va., is in Lexington. Mr. W. C. Varner has returned from Raeford, N. C., where he taught school tbe past session. Miss M. Kathe ine Varner bas {re? turned from a visit to Miss Laura Lee Carter at Newport News. Mrs. 0. R. Charlton, o! Newport Ntws, is visiting be: mother, Mrs. C. E. Deaver. Mr. Jo...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1900

NO crop c*tn grow with* out Potash. Every blade of Grass, every grain of Com, all Fruits nnd Vegetables must have it. If enough is supplied you can count on a full crop if too little, the growth will "scrubby." Send tor our books telling all about compothk ff rtilinrrs best adapted for all cropa. They coat mthUPg GERMAN KALI WORKS, oj Nataau Sc, Nt* Ye WISE AND OTHERWISE. Are doctors' incomes illa*; ot gains? The tennis court sometimes lea le ihe altar. Ten mills make one cent, but I lace for wealth is not a mi.l race. Ere may have had ber om n trouble but sbe never got paralysis of the wr from ho'ding up a di agging skirt. "While there may be *ermons s'ocos, it slande t* reason tbat thi would be hard lo digest. To the individual worth $250,(K one little 25 cent p'ece is a quarter < a million. If yon do not see tbe poii minfdia.ely, think it over?it's there DOE.S IT P.\Y TO BUY CHEAP? A cheap remedy for cough? sn colls i-i all ri-eht, but you want pome th n<r tbat will relieve...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 June 1900

LEXINGTON Vol. 96 No 27~ Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, June 27, 1900.____!?1_f0 * Y^L HEALTHY OLD AGE The majority of persons upon reaching -Ai-ddle age and past lind their blood becometa weak and thin, and diseases that were inri Those predisposed to Scrofula, Cancer, Rheumatism, Gout and other hereditary trouhlea may escape till then, but as they age the blood, so long tainted and weakened by accumulated waste matters, is no longer able to properly nourish the body, and it becomes an easy ni.uk for disease. At this critical period of fife the blood must be re-enforced before it can perform its'legitimatc functions and rid the system of these poisons, and nothing so surely and effectually docs this as S. S. S. S. S. S. strengthens aud enriches the blood, improves the appetite, and builds up the general constitu : De tion. It is not only the be6t blood purifier, but the Dest tonic for old people. It warms thc blood, tones up the nerves, removes all taint from th...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 June 1900

Ihe Gazette, PCBtlSHEO BY 7Qn,*rol?*tvy ?*te Oo**r*ata.F>*rB3 finterod at the Po6tofl.ce at Lexington, aa second-class matter. .EOKL ADVEItTIaSEMENTS -fl 00 i.ic.i 'or 'r.-et Insertion and 50c. fore aiiMnuanco thereafter. ANNOUNCE.WEINT. To the Democrats of the Tenth Bistr I hereby announce to the voters the Tenth Congressional 'District tl I am a candidate for the nominati for congressman from this district the Democratic party in conventi awembled. I respectfully ask t support of my fellow-citizens of t district cr precinct meetings wh held. E. H. Barclay. MR. BRYANS OPINION. In an interview published in tbe M vankee (W:s.) Dai'y News Hon. W J. Bryan expressed the folio wii opinion on the Philadelphia plat'on "The Repubi.can platform is the be i vidence thus far given of tbe deeeptic attempted by that party. Taken : connection with tte speeches made 1 the convention it shows tbat the R< publican part? platform of 1896 was deliborate fraud as far as tbe promise of internation...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 June 1900

-ON THE QUIET. You may need a bracer ?1 after the first of May, and this is to inform you that Harman Bros,, Whiskey Merchants, of Staunton, Va,, are still in field and ready to serve you. With a record of ten years we know just how to please the peo? ple both in quality and price. Our 3 summer Rockbridge county rye is absolutely pure and the best whiskey sold in the State at $2.00 a gallon. Write for price list. HARMAN BROS., The Leading Liquor Dealers, Stattntoa. Ta. Personals and Briefs. Dr. J. fl. Hartman has returned from a visit to his home in Richmond. Hon. William A. Anderson is in New York t n business. Miss Bessie Adair is visiting relatives in Wayne ..boro, Va. Mr. William D. Cabell, of Norwood, Va., wa* in town this week. Mrs. SJ. L. Estill ig visiting her old home at Tune well, Va. Mrs. C. F. Fine, of Norfolk, is the guest of her brother, Mr. Frank L. Young. Miss Louise rainier, of Kilmarnock, Va., is visiting her brother, Dr. R. W. Palmer. ? Rev. David Bush, presiding ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 June 1900

****** TWO hundred bush of Potatoes rem eighty pounds of "actual" I ash from the soil. One th sand pounds of a fertilizer c faining 8% "actual" Pot? will supply just the arnot needed. If there is a < ficlency of Potash, there will a falling-off in the crop. We have some valuat books telling about compo tion, use and value of fertilize for various crops. They a sent free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, _ 9) Nmuu St., New York. POULTBY POINTS. A quick way to fatten geese is lo j a few in a darkened pen feed a pon tf oats per day to each one. The j w 'atten in two weeks. To improve toe flavor of fowls s that they eat only grain ter ten to i (ten days before killing. The flesh easily flavored by impure food or ol noxious smelling food. Young turkeys demand very clot attention until two months old. The must be kept dry and warm. Har boiled eggs nixed with dandelion mak a good food until two weeks old. Poultry i-j kept for two ends?ti supply ?-ggs or to furnish fe od for th table You will require ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 July 1900

LEXINGTON ?M^^^r -*=^ ? - -, , "~a tanti < $1.50 a Year Wednesday, July 4. 1000._ Lexington, Rockbridge CounJ-^Ji^* Vol.96 No %j_^^^.^^^^^^^^kmm^^ |Farm News and Views Ha WAm Time was waen Cancer was considers' Physicians and friends could pvc little rel ono afflicted with thi-3 terrihle elise.!??. Kv a blood disease, they still insist that there i but at the same time cannot assure you tli its place, for the disease is in the blooel - caustic, fle9h-de9troying plasters. The hie matter before the Cancer sore will heal. S. S. S. is the only medicine that can builds up and invigorates the old, and sup can be found in it; the roots and herbs the blood system and make a aafe and ] Cancer is not a'.ways inherited ; your fi Impure Blood h or nose, a small lump on the jaw or brc little or no attention. If you have an o at once; it will cleanse your blood ant Mn R. Shlrer, La Tlata, Mo., aarites : " A s ear on th* left sid* of mv face. At first it gave ii! until tbe law began to fawell a...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 July 1900

The Gazette, PUBLISHED BT irolny sta Oompan: Bntor<dd at the Postoffice at Lexington, V as sonond-class matter. :?,:???? .? ?? ? ? . LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 j Inoh for first insertion and 50c. for ea conthiuaiico thereafter. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Democrats of the Tenth Distrk I hereby announce to the voters i the Tenth Congressional'District thi I am a candidate for the nominatic for congressman from this district b the Democratic party in conrentio iwembled. I /[respectfully ask th support of my fellow-citizens of th district or precinct meetings whe; held. E. H. Barclay. A PREPOS1EROUS ASSERTION. Editor Barham, of ihe Index-Appeal hits the rail squarely on the h-ad ii the following eJitorial : "The opponents of the manly ane honorable mode of voting known ag the viva voce system (which has alw .ys obtained in Virginia when Virginians made their own constitution) allege two objections to it, and only two, viz: That the voter may be bribed and he may be bulldozed. We admit tho ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 4 July 1900

Whi Stan field and ready to serve ; ten years we know just pie both in quality anti Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold in gallon. Write for price HARM The Leading Liquor Dealers, Personals Mrs. E A. QaiseuDerrj is risiting relatives in Roanoke. Mrs. F. C. Bowers, of Greenville, Augusta county, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Morgan Seal. Mr. Obarla.s Fuller, of Birmingham, Ala., is the guest of his mother, Mrs. S. B. Falter. Mts. C. R. K. Varner left Saturday ona month's visit to friends in Waynes? boro, Baltimore and Washington. Mrs. D. H. Kern, of Baltimore, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Rhodes. The statement comes from Farm ville that Mrs. Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jack? son is at Saratoga, N. Y., being treated for a painful malady. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Van Harton, Galveston, Tex., and Mrs. Billups, of Baltimore, are the guests of Miss Sae Davidson, on South Main street. Miss Bumgardne^of Augusta county, lhas arrived in Lexington to attend the Normal and is stopping with...

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