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

- ? mnmt^, Vegetable! ^ts*4 will always find a read) market?but only that farmei 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 %% Potash. .Send for our books, which furnish full information. We send them free of charge. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 03 Nassau St., New York. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A nutmeg will prate much roon sily if started from the blossom end Gum camphor kept in ibe case o cl?et "itu new uiver ware will pre ?< ent tarni shin j. Brass kettle! should be l.ept clean with salt and vinegar in order to avoid irerdigru poison. Brooms will retain their eh po it bu np up by picture screws fastened in thfl nnd of bundle. A very lttle turpentine added lo soup and water wi'l remove tbe smell of fish from tbe hands. Delicnte'y colored woo'eu goods may be deane J with water in which potatoes Lave been boil...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 November 1900

THE LEXINGTON Ga^OTTE. Vol. 96 No 49 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, November 28. 1900. j fl.ffOa Year A?l?^ tr. IWiWilOUS SJLOOB POISON Contagious Blood Poiso i. the most degrading and destructive of all diseases, as it vitiates and corrupts the entire system, Thc first sore or ulcer is followed by little red pimples on the body, mouth and throat become sore, thc glamis enlarge and inflame, copper colored splotches appear, and hair and eyebrows fall out. These arc ?sonn of the milder symptoms; they increase in severity, finally attacking tlie vital organs ; the body is tortured with rheumatic paius and covered with offensive eating sores. It is a peculiar poison, and so highly contagious that an innocent person handling the sirne nrticles uscl hy one infected with this loathsome disease, may be inoculated with the virus. It can be transmitted fro-.; parent to child, appearing as the same disease or in a modified form ? like Eczema or "Scrofula. Many au old sore o...

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

Ililli.a - alia. I .Vmi*.. a * tli.??? - The Gazette. Pl'BUSHED Bf Barclay eta Company, V Tai.I at the Postoffice at Loxington, Vat as M.acoiul-olass matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 pei mri for ii rsi , i u -, rtlon and 50c. foreach oatinuauce t hereafter. 117/1' REORGANIZE t Tali! about reorganization of the Dtm.eratic partv seems to be idle, Tbe Democratic party is already organ? ized Its ta*cent national defeat will only serve to cement and solidify it. It has b tn defeated with more or less regu'arity throughout Ibe one hundred ?tenets of ita existence; but it bas invar? iably rallied for subsequent victory. Its worst defeats have often immediately pr. ceded its most signal triumph*. It has endured, not only to survive nu? merous defeats, but to actually anni? hilate two great political partier. It criuh out uf existence tbe old Fed? eralist party and tbe great Whig par?y, each of which lived long enough and er*?. No party ha3 been so quick and so certain to rally from defeat...

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

[COUGH SYRUPi ewes Hacking Coughs, Sore Lungs, Bronchitis Grippe, Pneumonia and all severe lung affections. Why then risk consump? tion, a slow, sure death ? Take warning 1 Act ab once I Buy a bottle of Dr. BaU'e Cough Syrup, a doctor's prescription, ?twed over 60 years. Prioe, only 25 cents. Insist on having it Don't be im? posed upon. Refuse the dealer's substitute] lt is not ae good ae Dr. Bull's. t**nth)tm __f?a>Rta?Mtlam laaiPalaa. IS AU cw. SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEW?. Glad Christmastide is drawing nigh And now ye stingy churl* Who doesn't care a gift to buy Doth quarrel witb his girl, ? special grand jory his bf en sum awned for the Coun y Go-art nea Monday. Tbe winter eenesdoie -on tbe Balli more and Ohio Railrcad went intc effect Sunday. The on'y change ol importance is in the ai rival of thc pa*MM traits, Thr> passenger train*, whieh arrived at Lexington at 9:32 a. m. and 6:26 p. m., now arrive at 9:45 ?. m. and 5:26 p. m. The United States census for 190...

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

f "^ O T A S H gives color, flavor and firmness to 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, 9j Na???u St., Kew York._ _ TO THE POINT. A fitting occupation?the tailorV. It do su't take a conjurer lo nuke a $10 bill disapp a-. The th ngs we do wore*: a-e usual.) the th ngs wo do most. Lois ot fellows make a good front without much backing. j A philosopher is a man wbo never attempts to argue with his wife. Some nu n lay by money for a ra ny while eiibeis borrow umbrellas. Fortune smiles on somo, but to most of us sbe merely gives the icy ha-ha. TLe fortunes of war have noshing to do \Nith tbe shell game. Even a legal light may be turned dc wu. The average telephone girl bas a large co lection cf rings. Brevity may be the soul of wit, but tbere isn't much fun in alwajs being ?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 December 1900

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. _,; LeXlIl ?jton. Uockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, December 5. 1900, <| $l%50a Year V'hcn the excretory organs f; il ri carry off the waste matiM-ial from the system, there is. an abnor? mal accumulation of effete matte a uich poiaons and clogs th? blood, and it becomes sour and acid. This poison is carried thro*.*.*: . ihe general circulation to all parts of the body, and upon reaching ja,-.'. the skin surface there is a rea.!-.- i atm emption, and by certain peculiarities we recognize hc.emn, "v"^ Tetter, Acne, aSalt Rheum, Ps '. isi.?, Erysipelaa and mary other rkln trophies, rn ire or less Beever*, Y\ ) ?*, Vliile the skin is tut seat of irritation, the real diseas* is in the blood. Medicated lotions and s\^ \ lowders may allay tlie itching and burning, but nevtr cure, no matter how long and faithfully continued, and the condition is often aggravated and skin permanently injured by their use. Thc disease ls more than shin deep; the entire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 December 1900

The Gazette. etOtisyrgb it *3 wolay ats Oompi.ny. . i ti tbe Hwtofleeat Lexington, Va as second-class matter. . _U I" 1 SEME NTS $100 pei* uo'i fair iixl inaertion und 50c. foreach outlnuance thereafter. LEGISLATURE -^AKI)-* CONVJSNTIOI, "If we could or.ler it so, we would have the Legis a ure abstain from all ^en iai .e islatiou at its romiog extra ?session. But we haven't tb.it power, and t OS3 who li .ve it? io-wit, the merni era?wid hardly agree to tie their owu hands. Thii may not be a satis? factory view to lake, but it is the one found d upon the probabilities of the case. '?The act ot Assembly making pro vittion f r a-d to disabled veterans and in tige t widows of veterans quite sn ely wrl have to be amended, and a fur lies appiopriation voted to carry it ut ii.us a liegii.nin^ will be male. j\a.\ linet ss, a .strong public opinion again-t raising 'he flood-gates entirely cannot but bavo 6ome effect. If we cannot hope lo g:i.n all we wish, let's work to gain all we can. lu t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 December 1900

- Cough? Dr. Bull's Cough Burnip will cure a Cough or Cold at once. "Conquers Orroup,Whooping-Cough and Measle Oough withoat fall. Mothers praise It Doctors prescribe it for Bron l I prescribe it for Bror wa, uoareenoes, Grlpp.3, Pneutii*_-.-ia and Consumption. It gives qui Sc, sura results. Price, 25 cts. Reface li a dealer'ssubstitute; itisnotfo^crol. Tm Dr.Bul Cough Syrup Alwayt cures when others fail. r. Boll'i POla cur* Constipation and Llvei go pOla. io eta. Trial box. 5 ct*. PERSONAL. Rot. C. E. Womeldorf a visiiing in Richmond. Mr. Samuel TV. Sterrett, of Highland county, was in Lexington Monday. Mr. James Hamilton, of Hot Springs Bath county, was in Lexington Mon? day. Misses Annis and Abbie Berry and Manon Claytor, of Bedford City, are fisiting Mrs. Martin P. Burks. Mr.Vernon Norlhern, of Hot ^p'iugs, WBs in town tbis week rial ing his mother, Mrs. Edward North' ro. Mr. James A. Templeton, of S!aim ton, was the guest Monday cf Mr. J. McD. Adair. Mr. George TV. Boogher is i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 December 1900

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8% Potash should be used. Our boole! furnish useful information on .ill subjects relating to cntp raising. They are s $?*> sent free. SWINDLING THE FARMER Many Victims of a New Seed Potato Fraud. PAYING DEARLT TOR EXPERIENCE It Ia Estimated That Ilnrlnu the LnM Three Months Farmer* In Indl nnu. MlKtonrl, llllnoli and Minne nota Have Been Robbed of Nearly aT.'aO.OOO. Farmers of the central west Bays a Milwaukee dispatch to the St Paul Pioneer Press, have been Brindled by a confidence gamo that somewhat re semblcs the P.oheuilan oat deal of years aga It is estimated by bankers and lawyers, who are in a position to know, that in Indiana, Missouri, Illi? nois and Minnesota the man -with the hoe lins contributed lu the last threo months not less than $730,000 to the bank account of the originator of a new scbema which proved an alluring bait. Kaily last winter a company...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 December 1900

THE LEXIIVGTON G^j_JTTF t * t -??'-?-_ "?-rn ? i ?. _ _ 'rnmrnrnm- rn M g% ty Vol.96. No 50 a^a^a^ai^-i^^^^B Lexington/Rockbridge County, Viiyittia, Wednesday, December 12. 1900. ml mfk\n*1ktx*P_a, I IB A A ?v .rv DRAW''wmTgTTZ-T-=r^====T======:===r*=_ ?{ 81.50a .' e. ?awe mta-am mst M MW Ck* J ;i STEM, Endanger life. That old sore or ulcer, which has been a source of pain, worry and anxiety to you for five or ten years ? maybe !?>*.*,;er ? doesn't heal because you are uot using the proper treat? ment, but are trying to ene it with salves and vashes. While these .ire soothing and relieve pain to some extent, no real, permanent good can come from their use, because the disease is in the blood and far beyond the reach of external applications. A sore healg promptly when the blood is in good condition, but Stownr* if it is diaeaaed, The tendency of these ?ld sores and ulcers, is to grow worse, Bpreading and caring deeper into the flesh. They are a constant drain upon the sys...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 December 1900

The Gazette, 1'1'BUSHKD BY Gt wolny *Jb Company. red at tbs Postoffice at Lexington, Va' asse-^ond-clastv matter. r.F.a.VL U)VERTI8EMENTS $1 00 pei a i '"i Ural insertion and SOe. for each ontlnuaace thereafter. GOOD CITIZENSHIP, Tbe oeoeaenry qualifi ations for gocd citizenship aro civic virtuo and intflii gcnce, and it id genera'ly admitted that only good citizens should partici? pate iu government. The State has gon3 so far in this direction ae to say persons guilty of cri no shall not par? ticipate ia tba election of our rulers, a id eonvietion of cline is the evidence that disqualifies them. Ibis st itu te was intended Co prevent tho visions from ruling tho State and by common consent it is a v ise prevision of law Bribery fa one of those infamous clim's tbat disqualifies, and yet the bribers and the bribed vote and con (!???' the elections and tho nation. They do it because it ia scent ofiVnse an V i~ rare!} round out. It seems to bp a wroug withoat a renedy, unles? the corrup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 December 1900

ITCHING Burning Scaly HM Complete External and Internal Treatment $1.25 ConslBtlngrof Cutktha Soap file.), to olcango tr-c ektn of crusts and Beales nnd soften tho thickened cuticle, Ccticdra Ointment (50c.), to allay itching and inflammation and soothe and heal, and Cuticiiba Resolvent (50c.), to cool and cleanse the blood. A single set In often sufficient to cure thc roost torturing, disfiguring, and humiliating skin, scalp, and Mord humor.-, with loss of hair, when all else fails. PERSONAL. Mr, J. F. Templeton, of Waynesboro, ie the guest of Mr. J. McD. At'oir. Miss Bessie Poague is visiting the /rmily of Kev G. B. .Strickler, in Rich? mond. Miss Parr, of Alwoo 3, is the guest of Miss Be sie Adair. Sbe will spend the winter in Lexingtou. The family of Mr. M. F. Hillie bas lemoved to Newport Newi where they wi'l reside in the future. Mrs. Pattie Logan, of Kentucky, is i9 visiting her father, Mr. Henry H. If yon Dr. Hugh S. White, of Bichmond, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 December 1900

Nc cro?: can bc grown wit noni Potash. Supply enough Pot 'ash and your profits will bc large; without Potash your crop will be "scrubby." Our books, tilling about composition ol iVrtiliVcrs best miapiud for all crops, are tree to all iarmt;i a. GERMAN KALI WORKS, gj Nassau Si., New York. ROADS IN NATURAL ERIDGE DISTRICT. Glenwood, Va,, Dec. 10th. Eeliloi Lexington Gazette: Dc r Sir?The following communi? cation j lea^e publish and accept my eiace e thanks for so doing : To the Honorable Board of Road ?n p* rvi?or.s of Natural Biidge District and in p.ert to Roc', br d0-e Come ty Rod Surer*, isors : Gentleineii?Isn't it about tim* something was done to the roads on the Glenwood side of tte river ? Have you forgotten that we are tax payers Over here as well as yourselves ? Not one lom's work Las been done on these roads for tho past eight months, through direction of supervisor, and bat for tie sake of eome private work by our own citizens our ronds would be in a shameful Stiflering c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 19 December 1900

LEXINGTON VoI.9G. No 51 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, December 19. I90(L <J$l,50a a UNCLES These unwelcome visitor.-, usually appear in the .spring or summer, when thc Mood is making U extra effort fra tnt itself fro:.i thc many impurities that have accumulated during Hie winter months. C .ibuncles, which are more painful and dan' erottt, come jnosl frequently on the- back of thc neck, Carting great holes la the .lesli, exhaust the strength and often prove fatal. I'.oils aro regarded by some peop! as blessings, and they patiently and unceinnilaitiiiH'lv etnawe the pain and inconvenience under the mistaken idea that their hcsklth li being beenefitted, that thei I "'I i > thiel i * .* ??.-.- * an I this ii Nature's j .lan of thinning it. The blood is not too rich or too thick, bat is diseased?is full of poison?and unless relieved the entire system will 6uffer. Thc boil or carbuncle givea warning of serious internal troubles, which are only wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 19 December 1900

The Gazette. PUBLISHED BY Btrolay cfia CortM.r>**iX3r. fred at the Poetoffleeat Loxington, Va as second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 pei neil for first insertion and 50c. fer each eatlnoeaee tiie.-eatter. THE NEGRO RACEAXD i'l'BLI SCEOOLB. The vciy life of the common sci ?yetem, r-ays the Bichmond Times, is in it* common be-netits. Tbe strongest arguments for it aud a gainst oppcsiiion is th.it tie benefits ave the same to all just as the benefits of any other -species of taxation. But if we once begin to discriminate we strike at the very root of the common schools, and tbere is no telling where it will end. If we are goinj; to have one class of public schools f? r the rich and another for the poo;, we mi^ht a-i well abolish the whole system and let each man become re-porsible for the education of his own ctr.ldien. We have iu the South a kreat mass of negro children. We know that education improves and re? fines, and it is cur duty to give these1 children tb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 19 December 1900

Ho you Cough? Dr. Bull's Congi. Syrup wii! a^ro a Cough or Cold at one^e. Co.iaiuers Croup,Whooping-Cough and I.L.asle Oough without rai'. Mothers >\-aise lt. Doctors prescribe it for Pri>.;chi tis, HoareenoBS, Gripir?e, Pneuni.-ir.ia and Consumption. It gives qi iclc, but? result*. Price, 25 cte. Recuse, the dealer's substitute; it is not as rood. Dr.BuUs Cough Syrup Always cures when others fail. Dr. Ball'* Pill* cure Constipation aod Liven Trouble*, go peUU, IO eta. Trial box. 5 CU. PERSONAL. Th?i family of Mr. F. S. Nue VM hai moved from Lexingto. io Buena Vista. Miss Yennie Fisher, of Richmond, is risiting Mrs. C. J. Bell, near Eaphine. Mr. Charles Fuller, of Birmingham, Ala., is in Lexington, i nd will sperd the holidays witb his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Fuller. Rev. and Mrs. Samuel M Firey, of Roanoke, Va., have issued cards of in? vitation to the marriage of their daugh? ter, Miss Elizabeth Gooddale Firey, td Mr. John D. Bowyer, formerly of Lex? ington, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 19 December 1900

To produce the best results in fruit, vegetable or grain, thc fertilizer used must contain ern jh PoteBSb. For parti< ulars see our pamphlets. We send them free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 53 Nassau St., New York. POINlED PARAGRAPHS. Some men eheiiteh ma'iee, sonne are full of euvy and seine have souls no larger thau an ordinary gnat. It u-ed lo be saul by old people that a truly stilish nan was the agon* cf the devil and that a seifUh. s-.-lf-con ctittd cuss was no moieno les than an ass The man who is t-o i arrow as not lo be willing to accord his neighbor thc t-auie- fretdajinof thought and action as he claims lor himself is not at homo in a Iree and enlightened community. The mun that brags about" himself the most is not the best man, nor is the budest talking fellow the smartest. They do say that an empty wagon makes more noise than a loaded one Whenever any one begins to thii li tl. the knows moro tLan everybody else or that he is better thun anybodj el.' cr tlat le is the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 26 December 1900

TH rf J. JO. ! ** Li r ; V. Gajli Vui. ;e $i>. Lexine.;'<vn, Ruckliridoa- County, Vir-inia. WoJneselay, December 2G. 1900 T*T ?. "^. TTH <{ 81,50 a Y**t Cancer, Ck^OfulBw OM Soires, As thc Mood contains all the elements necessary to sustain life, it is impor- ^a*tpamaya^*rtikfmmmmmm ?Al impurities, or it becomes a source cf tb- /.';,*." er Wa ArtttXeC3n el u&Vfslm ing thc body, ant' los.i cf health ia pure to follow. . ., w euler thc IL- ? 1 from w-thout, through the skin by absorption, cr f inoculation; others from \. ithin, as when waste products Accumulate in * wm?0 v %w system and ferment, a!.: iring disease germs to develop an i ie taken into the &&fiO "3j fff /ff rm tfsWtta WW circulation. While all blood troubles have one common origin, each bas some mk/wL'?..^??rjrfie? aT^tmWU&UmP3Fwyt peculiar.*, v to distill :.:i .!i ii irom the other. Contagious Blood Poison, -Scrofula, .- m gr mm Cancer, Rhe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 26 December 1900

The Gazette. 1'L'BUSnHn BV Barolay tts Oo-jaa.r>.**?.ii"y*a fred at the Postoffice at Lexington, Va assee-.ermd-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 poi nch foi* Urst, ingt-rtlon aad 50c. foreach ont.nuance- thereafter. AS TO PERSONNEL OF CONSTI Tl TIOSAL CONVENTION. Tbf-re ai e certain classes of mea wbo sboulel br* r gidly excluded from the Constitutional Convention if the fiual results are io be at aU satisfactory. We miy divide them into thre* clast?e>: First, ali officeholders whose offices may be affected by the conven? tion; second, all "politicians," ring men, political bosses, or others of a pur chawni? or purchasable character; and third, every officer of every corporation and every attorney for every corpora? tion in the State, We know wh it a shout of execration will g i np when thi-se propositions are made, but none the less they should be made, and suould be very rigidly ad? hered to ?Charlottesville Progress. Commenting* on the above the Pe? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 26 December 1900

PERSONAL. Mr. Jobn W. Lindaay is in Roanoke. Miss Nettie Bagley, of Staunton, is ^Visiting Miss Louise Fuller. Mr. 0. C. Brewer, of Pulaski City, is the guest of Mrs. L. M. Humpbri . Mr. Preston Allan is visitin.: hrs mother, Mrs. Elizabeth P. Allan. Miss Nellie Dunlap, of Roaiiok . s the gu oet of Misb Marv Moore. State Treasurer, A. W. Harm ni ii l' home for tbe hcldidays. Miss Daisy Points, of Richm 1. , is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L, Fitz. Mr. James E. Heck and wi ff are in Newport News visiting Mr. A Floyd Heck. Rev. L. H. Kincaid, of Loudoun county, is the -ueat of Ur. John G. Boude. Mr. S. M. Donald, of Aa;-usta coun? ty, door-keeper of tbe Virginta Senate, k was in town to-day. ? Mr. Earl Deaver, of Greensboro, N. ?C., is visiting his" parents, Mr.and Mrs. J. Ed. Di. aver, Mr. Charles Boogher, of St. Louis, Mo., is visiting bis father, E- N. * Bocghw, Esq. Mr. Edward"Senteney.of Roanoke, is visiting bis father, Mr. James M. Senseney. Mr. Charles Myers, a student of tha U...

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