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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 July 1900

CHOICE Vegetables will always find a ready market?but only that farmer can raise them who has studied the great secret how to ob? tain both quality and quantity 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 for our books, which furnish full information. We send them free of charge. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Naaaau St., New VorW. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. If one can wear old, loose kid gloves ?while ironing they will save many cal? loused spots on the hands. In tea-making bard water is always to be preferred tr> Jsoft ainse it dis? solves le-is of the tannin in the leaves. Milk is an exce lent snbstitute for soap in wawhing dishes. A half cupful to a dishpan half full of hot water is a t ood proportion to use. To soften hard water when you lo not wish to boil it, drop a little piece of chalk into the pitcher and in a short time tbe water will be quite soft. It is a wibtake to iron ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 July 1900

li m t ?> ,\ J, GAZETTE. Vol.96. No 2> n, Rockbridg ?idge County, Virginia. Wednesday, July JM900. <> $1.50 a Year _ /#b....4 Cmma-S sThWO I Cami Noia/q and Views 'IIEDICTS BRYAN WILL WIN. Surgical operations and flesh destroying No matter how ofteti a cancerous fiore Docs not this prove conclusively that Cancu blood trouble by cutting or burning out tin the poison ? Cancer runs in families through many time to bc stricken with the deadly malady. Only Blood Diseases can ?further proof that Cancer is a disease of t To cure a blood disease like tbis you mt Cancer effectually and permanently but S. i S. S. 8. enters the circulation, searches c or ordinary bl-ood medicine can do this. S allowing the sore to heal naturally and penni A little pimple, a heal under ordinary tn a bad form of cancer. Mrs. Pnrah M. Keeelin am 41 ye.irs old, niel for l Cancer on my Jaw. which that I could not live more 1 true, end had given up all gist, knowing of my ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 July 1900

,*m ?ih?. The Gazette, PUBLT9HHD BTJ Ba??rolrty rta Company Entered at the Postoffice at Lexington, Va as 80<'ond-olass matter. LECJAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 jip Inch for lint insertion and 50c. for cac continuance thereafter. THE CONVENTION. The Dem ocratij National Conventior b-?gao its .sessions in Kansas City Julj 4. The d ij's work wa9 confide 1 to or g*?nizat on, wilb speeches of the tem? porary char-nan, Governor Thoma*, of Colorado, and of the permanent chair? man, Hon. James D. Richardson, of Tennessee, and the appointment of the various committees. Thursday the platform was read by Senator Tillman, of South Cardia, and was unani? mously and enthusiastically adopted. At the afternoon session Hon. William J. Bryan was nominated by acclamation for President, the spectacle being one cf the most remarkable for enthusiasm ever feen in this country. Friday Hon. Ad ai Stevenson, of Illinois, was named as the candidate for Vice-Presi? dent just befere the result Of the fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 July 1900

Wh Stat field and ready to serve ten years we know just pie both in quality ant Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold in gallon. Write for price The Leading Liquor Dealers, Personals Mi -a Nellie T. Smith, ol Swooped, is visiting Mrs. J. E. Heck. Miss Beano Qursanberry left Friday to visit friends in Kentucky. M 8? Wolf or J, of Arkansas, is the guest of Mm. J. W. Barclay. Ur. Dulaney Kimble, of Kansas, ia the guest of Mr. J. W. Withrow. Mrs. Jennie Hopkins, of Arkansas, ia the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Barclay. Miss Mary Steinmuller, of Baltimore, is tbe guest of her brother, Mr. E. Steinmuller. Mr-. A. A. Pitman left on Monday list to spend the simmer in West Vir? ginia visiting relatives. Miss Mary Turner Ora re , of the University of Virginia, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J jim A. Graham. Mrs. George H. Denny is visiting her father, Kev. Dr. G. B. Strickler, In Bichmond, Va. Mr. Samuel M. Dold and wife, of Temple, Texas, are the guests of Mrs. C. M. Dold. Mr. Harry Jar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 July 1900

T^ OT ASH gives color, ** /laver and firmness to all fruits. No good fruit can be raised without Potash. Fertilizers containing at least 8 to \o% of Potash will give best results on all fruits. Write for our pamphlets, which ought to be in ever)' farmer's library. They ara sent free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Khin St., Vern York. '_? t I ?-**- ? POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Cool and collected?a receiptel ice bill. In hot wt a'her the breezy girl ii most. The most effettual way to get rid ct some fellows is to lend them money. It isn't always the fly young man who gets up in the world. The shoe dealer wbondver.isesis Ihe one who makes footprints in tho Min i of time. A pretty servant gill is often a bet? ter means of receiving police protection than a dozen burglar alarms. Isn't it funny that the average wo? man has the nirve io run up a hil ol elephantine size, while her nerve will forsake her completely at the sight of t tiny little moase? AN EPIDEMIC OF DIARHHOEA. Mr. A. Sanders, writing from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 July 1900

THE LEXINGTON Ga-Zi^'I'TE. Vol. 96. No 30 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, July 18. 1900. ?\ 81.50 a Year BIO In oome cases the victim is firmly within is known. In other ci swollen glands, mucui throat, eruptions on i leave no room for doubt, aa these are all i Doctors still prescribe mercury and p erals never yet made a complete and perm back into the system, cover it up for a wi rheumatism and the most offensive sores potash make wreoks, not oures, and S. S. S. acta in au entirely different i instead of tearing down, builds up and ii therefore the only euro for Contagious though pronounced incurable by tht dod new, untried remedy; an experience of only purely vegetable blood medicine kn Mr. H. L. Myer*, roo Mulberry St.. Newark. trpremi ell over my body. Theee eoon brok* ou ever for this. All eorre?pondene*e ia held Se>.75 BOX RAIN COAT $2J5 A RKtK'LlK $3.00 WATER. I* HOOF M Al KINTONll fer . SEND NO MONEY. ?S ??*& ?,' aUtt year k.l.M and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 July 1900

The Gazette. PUBLISHED BT| Barclay ttl Oompanj Entered at the Postoffice at Lexington, Va as second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS rf 1 00 pe Inch for first insertion and 50c. for eat continuance thereafter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR president: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. FOR vice-president: ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. Suppose Bryan were elected Presi? dent; what would happen * What sor of a President would we have in-bim ' In tbe first place, we should have t thoroughly honest maa in the White House. This is a fact conceded by Mr. Bryan's political foes as well as by his political friends. And it is lroie than the Republicans can say of every c-.ndida'e for President put np by their party. We should have a Pi esident of un qnes'ioned ability. Afr. Bryan hos shown himself a man of parts. He is net only a brilliant orator, he bas demonstrated his possession of the qualities of statesmanship. We should have a President who is personally uoselfisb. Mr. Bryan is devoted to prin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 July 1900

Wh Stai field and ready to serve ten years we know just pie both in quality am Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold ii gallon. Write for price lilli The Leading Liquor Dealers, ***** ^Personal Mr. Henry Miley is risiting friends in Cbieago. Rev. D. H. Kern, of Baltimore, is the guest of Mr. F. P. Rhodes. Mrs. Wilbert Steel is visiting friends in Augusta county. Colontl Robert A. Marr sod wife are visiting in Norfolk. Major F. W. Houston and family are Wilson's Spiings. Miss Elizabeth Barclay bas returned from a visit in Pulaski eounty. Miss Laekey, of Fancy Hill, is the the guest of Mhb Nellie Gibbs. Master J. P. Barclay is visiting Miss Be-sie Patton, at Fairfielt. Misses Louise and Nellie Fuller bave returned from a visit to Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, Tenn Mrs. JoelGoldsby, of Mobile, Ala., ia the guest of her mother, Mrs. James J. White. Master Edwin Moreland, son of Prof. S. T. Moreland, of McDonogh, il d, is in Lexington visiting friends. Mrs, H. P. Hamill is at Fool...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 July 1900

NO crop can grow with? out Potash. Every blade of Grass, every grain of Corn, all Fruits nnd Vegetables must have it. If enough is supplied you can count on a full crop? if too little, the growth will be "scrubby." ' Send for our books telling all about composition of ferUluerj besl adapted for all crops. They cost jrou nothing GERMAN KALI WORKS. 93 NatMU St., New Yo*. "ONLY A PRINTER." l?H? is only a printer!" Such was tbe Bneeuiug tem uk of a leader in a circle of aristocracy?codfish quality. What was the Earl of Stanhope? He was only a printer. Emperor William and Prirce Napoleon ? Proud to call tLeuiee'ves printers. The present Czar of Russia and the Duke of Battenburg are printers. William Caxton, the father of Eng? lish literature, was a printer. What were G. P. Morris, N. P. Willis, James Gal*, Janus Paiker, Horace Greeley, Charles Dicken?, Jame3 Buchanan, Simon Cjmeron, Schtayler Colfax and George W. Childs ? Printers, all, and practical ones. Alao Bayard Taylor, the poet, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 July 1900

IHE LEXINGTON Vol.96. No31 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, July 25. 1900._*j $1.50a Year Is due to an acid (K>isou which gains i organs to carry oil *?ud keep thc system ? through the goneri Rheumatism active person bel] developing, with j dency m such caw f,ike other blc food, insufficient i in early life, but u acauired or gi inherited, ??! and no liniment o and mercury, and ruin the digestion A remedy whi the only safe and ?rivent, purifying properties, attacks tht the acid and dissolves all poisonous dep of all unhealthy accumulations. S. 8. S the blood in a pure, healthy state. Mr. J. O. Malley, is|"W. 15th Street. Indiatu with Rheumatism *ae was unable to feed or drei tried fifty-two prescriptions that frieud* had g ? S. U. cursd bira psribaaeutly, and be has nev We will send f rae our special book of every sufferer from this torturing disc diseases a life study, and ?will give you u fully and freely about your case. We tr ll Lend a Hand! is the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 July 1900

The Gazette. PUBLISHED BT Barclay sta Oorapany. Entered at the Postoffice at Lexington, Va aa second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 per inch for first insertion aud 50c. for each continuance thereafter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDES!*: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. FOR vice-president: ADLAI E. STEVENSON, OF ILLINOIS. Tho Petersburg Index-Appeal, an able and i.jfluential newspaper, whioh opposed Bryan in 1896 on the financial question, prints in its is?ue of Sunday the following editorial: 'Thu gold standard Democrats who opposed Bryan in 1890 and votf d for Palmer or McKinley, as the case may be, need make no apo'o^ies for their past course, or explanation cf their prosent conduct in supporting Mr. Brj an, further than it may be neces? sary to the public good to give a reason for the faith that is within them. The vot r who exercises no discrimination or intellignnce concerning public me .sures, but vot os for or agairst them accord ng to pariy dictation, may boast him-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 July 1900

Whi Stau field and ready to serve j ten years we know just! pie both in quality and Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold in gallon. Write for price run J The Leading Liquor Dealers, Personal Mr. J.Ed. Deaver has returned from a visit to Greensboro, N. C. Dr. Jobn Moore, of New York, is visiting his fattier, Capt. J. P. Moore. Mrs. Charles Pole is the guest of Mis. Moffett Crist, at Timber Ridge. Miss Ollie Wise, of Riverside, is on a visit to Miss Auna Byers and other Augusta friends, Mr. H, DeY^unj is on a visit to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Yoik and Atlantic City. Mrs. Florence Bl Snell, of Washing? ton City, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. John C. Bon le. Sherifi N. C. Watts of Staunton, was in Lexingt >n this week on busi? ness Hon. Wm. \. Anderson and family bavo returneJ fro.a (Jid Point Com? fort. Mite Edith Houston, missionary to Mcxio, is the &uest of her father, Jud^e W. P. Hous'on. Mr. and Mrs. James Bosworth who have been visiting relatives...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 July 1900

TWO hundred bushel: of Potatoes remov< eighty pounds of "actual" Pot ash from the soil. One thdu sand pounds of a fertilizer con taming 8% "actual" Potasr will supply just the amount needed. If there is a de ficiency of Potash, there will be afalling-ofTin 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 Nmmu St., N?w York. IT TOUCHED THE BURGLARS HEART. i ^ ii The burglar had entered tLe honst as quietly as possible, bat liis jshon were not padded and tbey made tome noise. He had just reached tbe door of the bed room wben be beard some one moviDg in the bed as if to get up, and be paused. The sound of a woman's voice float? ed to his ears, v "If you don't take off your boot; when you come into this house," it said, "there's going to ba trouble, and p whole lot of it. Here it's been raining for three hours, and you dare to tramp o\er my carpets with your muddy boots...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 August 1900

voi.96 Noaa Lexington, Rockbridp .idpe County, Virginia! Wednesday^^Augu^ Ljm J2JA A'XjU ^ $1,50 A Year ! r.?. Kl onr. UiPlA/Q THK SHIRTWA1SL MAN. FORE* CONSi Vi-w r- ilim wlia*. a datpjitntrtd. obatin?U diseaM Catari] is, r the bom ; i throat, little or no attention is given it. But, lio .vt is serious; aud far-reaching in its result*. Tho foul secretions entering tbo circulation poison'thi* cntir fact aU the organs ? feel the effect of Uiis cat.-irrhnl poison, and ? is rapid and destructive, and finally ? ndi in consumption lt frequently happens that the senses of hearing ami smell art the nose eaten into and destroy Al, causing intense sufTeriiiK and yji washes and salves niav give temporary relief, no permanent bent CATARRH IS \ CONSTITUTIONAL OR and far beyond the reach of mere local remedies. Those who rely npon them for a ( pointment and allow the disease to take firmer hold. Only a real blood remedy can reach S. 8. S cures Catarrh because it first cleanses and builds up the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 August 1900

The Gazette. Barclay db Company Entered at the Postoffice at Loxington, Va as second-class mau LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 pe I nch foi Hrst, insertion ami flOc. for ciel oi?ntieiuanf?ta tiV'rojifter. DBIOCKATIC T1CKE1 roi rattissNT! WILLIAM -J. BttYAN, Or NEBRASKA. FOR VICE-rRESII>ENT: ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. THE NEAT HOI SR Well informed Republicans and Democats concur in the oj-inou that the Democrats have an excellent chance to ob ain coufr,l of the House of Rep? resentatives in the Fifty-seventh Con? gress. Chairman Babocck, of the Re? publican Congressional Committee, fpinkly admits that the outlook this year for his party is far from encour? aging. He concedes that the Sontfa will elect 120 Democrats. The total number of members will be .*{57, O' them the North, East and West should elect 59 Democrats, and these, added to Hie 120 from the South, will give the Democrats control of the House. Tbere are good reasons for anticipatin g such a result. In fact, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 August 1900

field and ready to serve ten years we know jus pie both in quality ar Rockbridge county ry the best whiskey sold i gallon. Write for pric Thc Leading Liquor Dealers, Briefs. Next Monday is court day. Home-grown -watermelons were on tale in the local market Saturday. Buena Vista Advocate: Rev, B. H, Dement, formerly of tbis city, but now of Louisville, Ky., will preach at thc Baptist church the first and second Sundays in August. G. A. Rhodes has been awarded the Contract to furnish tue Virginia Mili? tary Institute with fresh mea s dui ing the next session. William Washington wa3 awarded the contract to fnrnist mik for tbe same period. Superintendent of Scbools J. S. Siv i'le beld the annual examiuations fot white teachers for Rocabridtf county in the public school building Monday and Tuesday. Sixty-one teachers, sij of whom are males, took the examina? tion. The early morning train on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad now leaves Lexington at 4:10 instead of 4:15. Tht evenin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 August 1900

CHOICE Vegetables will always find a ready market?but only that farmer can raise them who has studied the great secret how to ob? tain both quality and quantity by the judicious use of well-. balanced fertilizers. No fertil? izer for Vegetables can produce a large yield unless it contains at least. S0^ Potash. Send for our books, which furnish full information. We send them free of charge. ag GERM*?? KALI WORKS, v3 Nassau St., New York. KECORD FOR SILENCE. (Chicago News.) "Edith, dear," said thc youn mau, and his voice quivered with tremulous pathos "have I oflmded you?" The maiden shook her head, but ut? tered never a word. "Ihen," he continued, "tvby don't you 6peak ." Yon haven't uttered n word for nearly three minutes." More silence on the part of the par I j on the second part. '?Darling," Le said, as he place! Lis arm gently about her v aist, "I cannot bear this grewsame quiet. Why don't you tay -something? "Why don't you answer me?" "Ob, George," she exclaimed, as her head dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 August 1900

?il m.* NGTON GaahT. \ti I ? Vol.96 No Ljexi idge Countj*-, Virginia. Wednesday, August 8. 19*00. i 81.50 a Year m3B I .,'-. This rn ? I 'orin nt! of this . iiiipottsible. thc d ' This i This ia a j ainful and While Eczema, Tetter, Eryi the skin, tluv are really bl0( THERE CAN BE NO EXTER WITHOUT AN ifSTERU If the blood is in a pure, healthy c tradition, 1 Rxternal applications of washes, lotion inflammation, but cannot reach t; Only S. S. S., the S. S. 80. tho only gUttplj vegetable remedy known, nd pcrmaB ?kin troubles. It goes direct to thc scat of the disease, all the organs, and thus clears the system of all Impui subsides, Snd all signs of the disease ri ir-.pp cir. Mn. l,efa ll. Hoffa (rom birth lier luce nt ti:-*" and hagdi were very acre. She was treau-d bv all th..- il-x-t her icselarchea for relief, was to' 1 by sn old J ? ' bb t tiromcMy cured and li--never had a return of the-ii?eaac. 1 iteen year* aeo. Sh bellfvea shir would ha-.t* Heu lo her grave years nco but f; r l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 August 1900

The Gazette, IT II II SH SD BT Barolay ats Compauy. Entered at tho Postoffice st Lexington, V* as second-class matter. LE3AL ADVERTISEMENTS ?1 00 per I nell for Mist insertion and 50c. for each continuance thereafter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR president: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. FOR vice-president: ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. FOI! TONG REMS: H. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. FLOOD OUR NOMISEE. Elsewhere in this issue will be found a full report of the Congressional Con? vention for this district held in the city of Buena Vista on Wednesday last. As we see it, it is the duty of every man who calls himself a Democrat or affiliates with thst psrty to give Mr. Fiood his earnest and hearty support. There is no middle ground in tbis con? test; it is either Republican or Demo? crat. If you believe in the principles sst forth in the platform of the Derao ciatio party at Kansa9 City, it is as much your duty to vote for H. D. Flood as it is to vote for VV. J. Bryan. It is not men, but measu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 August 1900

field and ready to serve ten years we know just pie both in quality an Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold ii gallon. Write for price The Leading Liquor Dealers. Personal Mr. Wm. M. McElwee. Jr., cashier of th? Bank of Rockbridge, ii spending his vatation rat Atlantic City. Mr. B. E. Vaughan, cashier of the Fir t National Bank, wagin Lynch? burg Saturday. Mrs Lloyd Teaford, of Columbus O., ii Visiting her parents, Mr, ind Mrs. J. V. Grinstead. Rev. Thomas A. Hall, pas'or of the Baptist church, is spending a three weeks' vacation at Ashli nd, Va. Mr. Frank Nelson, of Chatanooga, Tenn., is visiting his father, Prof. A. L. Nelson. D'. S. McP. Glaigow, of Nashville, Tenn., is visiting his father, Hon. Wm. A. Glasgow. We are pained to learn of the serious il ness of Mr. ?. W. Wilkerson, son of eur townsman, W. V. Wilkerson, Esq. Hon. H. St. George Tucker left Fri? day for the Greenbrier White Sulp har, where he will spend the week. Rev, H. P. Hamil left Monday on a two weeks' vac...

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