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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 January 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8% Potash should be used. Our books furnish useful information on all subjects relating to crop raising. They are sent free. YOU'VE GOT rr. From Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. _"-__, If you're sere To the core, With aching bones, And husky tones When you speak, And you're weak lu the knees, And you sneeze, And often cough Your head near of!, And you note That your throat Feels quite raw, Feels as if You'd got a biff, And dull pains Vex your brains, Then you've caught it, You have got it? It's the grip. If you feel The heat steal O'er your frame Life a flame, Till you burn, And you yearn For chunks of ice At any price, Theo like a fash To shivers dash From head to feet, A chill complete, And you shake And you quake, And there's desire For a fire And something hot Bight on the spot To quickly dnnk, And you think Bight there and then You'll ne'er be warm again Then you've oaughf...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 February 1901

te* LEX TON I. JL JLLi Vol. 97. No. 6 Lexington, Rockbridgo Cou: ,, Virginia, Wednesday, February 6. 1901. <{ 81.60 a Year THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly. William J. Brynn, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, - ? .NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable in Advance. One War. $1.00 SixMonths.CO Three Months.35 Single Copy.?? No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P.O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on Is'ew York or Chicago, Do not send Individual checks or stamps. ? The Gazette has made a clubbing i naiigement with Colonel Bryan whereby w? can tarnish The Commoner and Tiik Gazkttk one j eui foi $2-25. cash with order Send your name find post office address t> THE GAZETTE. Lexington, Va. The Lexington Gazette $1.50 Tear PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WP. HOUSTON, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va FTLANKT. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va| ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 February 1901

tr?f - rr i Vi -? ?. * ?'. -> ?*?- ? The Gazette, PCBU8aE? BT Bnrolny efts Ooxupitny. fred at the Postofflce at Lexington, Va as second-olass matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per cnh for Hist insertion, and 60c. for each ontlnuance thereafter. Prompt and vigorous action min ni that of Superintendent Shipp in the expulsion of Cadet John Hicks from the Virginia Military Institute will go e 1 .mg way toward obliterating that stain upon the fair name of our colleges known as "hazing." Gen. Shipp in this, as in all otho- matters pertaining to the discipline and welfare of the in? stitution under his carss, has met the situation squarely and acquitted him? self with credit. The friends of the V. M. I. will be gratified to know of the firm stand its authorities have taken against this silly and degrading, not to say cowardly and brutal prac? tice. Thc following kind words spoken in dee season by the Wotcester (Mass.) Spy will be read with pleasurable in? terest by friends ever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 February 1901

fmtt-r- ? r ?' ??*^*M>tMa**' iCOUCtS SYRUP cores Backlog Concha, Bora Lungs, Bronchitis Grippo, Pneumonia ana all severe lune affections. Why then risk consump tion, a slow, eur? death ? Take warning! Act at once! Buy a bottle of Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup. a doctor's prescription, used over 50 years. Price, only 25 cents. Insist on having it. Don't be Im? posed upon. Refuse the dealer's substitute; it is not as good as Dr. Ball's. * Salvation Oil cures Rheuiratlim Ache, tod Pains. IS & liefs. DISMISSED FOR HAZING. Cadet John Hicks, from Rockdale, Texas, a member of tbe third class at the V.rginL Military Institute, has been dismissed for lazing. He wa? caught in the act of hazing a member of the fourth class, |or freshman, by an officer who was od 'his tour of inspec? tion. The offender was at once put under arrest at close confinement in his roo.u. He shortly thereafter ruade bis escape and came up town in citi aeu's clothing. Superintendent Shipp at once dismis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 February 1901

No crop can bc grown without Potash. Supply enough Pot? ash and your profits will be large; without Potash your crop will be "scrubby." Our books, telling ?boot co-npoiition ol fertilueri best adapted for all crops, are free to all fanners. GERMAN KAU WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. HICKS FOR FEBRUARY. The first storm period in Febtuary will be central on lhe4tb, covering the 2nd to 7tb. About the 3rd to the 6th will be central days of matked disturb? ance. High gales will prevail in south em and central sections. The period will culmidate in heavy sleet and snow, n high batometer and rushing blizzard ous winds down from the northwest Cd \ disagreeable weather will follow these storms np lo the reactionary storm days central on the 10th and 11th. On about these days there will be marked changes to falling barometer, warmer weather and rain and snow. After these reactionery storms it will bc cooler with northwest winds, Tho next regular storm period wdl last from the 14th to the 18th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 February 1901

THE LEXINGTON Vol 97. No. 7 Lexington, llockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 13. 1901. <j $1,50a Year THE COMMONER, [?sued. Weekly. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, . . NEBRASKA. TEUMS-Payable in Advance. One Year. $1.00 Six Months.60 Three Months.05 SiDgle Copy.,.05 Ko traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. Ail money should be sent by P. O. order. ExpTOH order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. The Gazette has made a clubbing i rrangeme/1 vi: li Colonel Biyan wher. by we can iuniWi T e Commoner aud TflSvAxrm oe* yt tu Ear f2-25, cuh with ord. r. Send your nain>> and post Dato* addicts to THE GAZETTE, Lexiigi'H, Ya. Ik Lexington Gaze 11 e . $1.50 Year PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WP. HOUSTON. Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va FUKXK T, GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Va WT. SHIELDS, , Attorney-at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 February 1901

The Gazette, PUBLIBHKD BT Barclay %db Oompany. t?red at the Postoftlco at Lexington, Va as second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 poi nli for first, insertion, and 50c. foreach ontimianee thereafter. Senator Chandler s resclution tor re? coil mencing race troubles in the South received the support of every Repub? lican United Slates Senator, and the Union Veteiaub' Union has refused to march behind General Wueeltr.U.S.A., because, in the war between the States, he was a "rebel." But etill the Sonth <rn gushers say bygones are bygone?, General Gordon invites Mr. McKinley to a Conlederate reunion, and a Con? federate Camp in Washington opposes the removal of the remains of dflad Confederates from Arlington to Holly Wvod. J'bis is a strange age, says the Alex mdria Gazette, and we agree with our esteemed namesake. What purpoits to bo an authoritative statement that Hon. David Bennett Bill is not a candidate for the Demo? cratic Presidential nomination has been goiDg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 February 1901

??l.iiiiaWn ??< i?? ii n IK iitm m***Tm Bo you Cough? Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will euro a Cough or Cold at once. Conquers Croup, Whooping-Cough and hi. .isle Cougli without foil. Slothera praiM it. Doctors prescribe it for Branohl tlb, Hoarseness, Grippe, Pn cu ni mia and Consumption. It gives quick, sure results. Price, 25 eta. Refuge the dealer's substitute; it is not r-.s Rood. ll tf-i Cough Syrup Always cures when ethers fail. Dr. Bull'* Pill* cure Constitution and Liver Trouble*. 30 pUU, 10 cu. Trial box, 3 cte. PERSONAL. Mrs. E. H. Barclay left this morning for Richmond. Mias Robekah Sachs left yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. Solomon Gold? man, in Winchester. Dr. Robert Glasgow, who has been confined to his room for the past ten days with an attack of the grip, is out again. Mr. William M. Lafftrty, son of Dr. John J. Lafferty, was married on Wed? nesday last near Crozet, Va., to Miss Sarah E. Owens. Mr. Hugh M. Swartz, of Rocky Point, Va., who has bern here for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 February 1901

To produce the best results in fruit, vegetable or grain, the fertilizer used must contain enough Potash. For partic? ulars see our pamphlets. We send them free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. JUST BE WHOLESOME. Don't be flippant With the serioua things of life; Put sober thought rn all your work, And wage a manful strife; But while you're about it, This great truth understand? 'I hat cheerfulness and earnestness G > hand in band. fa* Don't vt co gladness As the only thing woith while; Thwre comes a time in every day When fools alone wou'd smile; But facing sorrow frankly, This glad truth ke?p iu mind? That healthy souls some happiness In all da\s find. ?St. Louis Republic. DOES IT PAT TO BUY CHEAP ? A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right, but *ou want tome tbing that will ielieve and cure the most se.ere and dangerous results I f throat and lung trouble?. What shall you do ? Go to a warmer and more regular climate ? Yes, if possible; if not pos-ibl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 February 1901

LEXINGTON GaakITTE. Vol. 97. No. T Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 20. 1901. j gt kq( y TILE COMMON KR, Hon. W. J. BaTeX William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, . ? NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable in Advance. One Year. fl.00 Six Months.60 Three Months.35 Single Copy.05 No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. The Gazette has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Thu Oazktib one year for f 2.25, cash with order. Send your name nnd post office address to THE GAZETTE. Lexington, Ya. _a. The ?^ Lexington $1.50 Tear PROFESSIONAL CARDS. fI7 P. HOUSTON, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Ya FleANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney -at-Law, Lkxinoton, Va. ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Ya w T. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law! Lkxinoton, Ya. Pkkston M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 February 1901

The Gazette, PUBLISHED BY itvr-ol?.y ??? Oonxpany. fred at the Postofflce at Lexington, Va B9secotid-clae8 matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 pei uh for rtrst insertion, and 50c. for each ontlnuance thereafter. Southern cotton manufacturer! are arranging; to curtail production because of tb ir in tbility to profitably work at the present buying price of raw cotton and the pregont selling pticoa of man? ufactured cotton. Washington's local committee is try. ing hird to ar mee some enthusiasm in Mr. McKinley's second inauguration, but it isn't making much headway. Tho elements that brought about Mr. McKinley's second el action are too I my pulling wires to secure big profits on their investments to do any great amount of enthusing. Tne Baltimore Sun adds to its value and attraction a full page of literary matter onco a week. It will bo con? ducted by Prof. Guy Carleton Lee, of Johns Hopkin?, assisted by members of tbe faculties of a number of univerbi ties, including Virginia, Wet&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 February 1901

PERSONAL. Mr. flatty L. Donner and family ol Tinmen left for Abington, 111, where they will make their future* hom ?. Mr. Joseph Glasgow, of Staunton, was the guest of bis father, ) r. Wm. A. Glasgow, yesterday. Mr. A. S. Morten, business manager of the Saunton Spectato* was a w. lcome visitor at The Gazette office today. Mr. Jame3 McC. Moffett, of Kanka nee City, Illinois, is on a vii it to hia father, Mr. W. B. Moffett, ut Browns b urg. Mr. G. W. P. Emore and Miss Mag? gie G. Horn, both of Rock bridge, were married at Timber Ridge Tuesday, February 19th, 1901, by J. A. Tompson. Mr. C/F. Olliver, of the Fincsstle Herald, attended the funeral of his aunt, Mn. T. H. Deaver, here Sunday, and paid Tbe Gazette a pleasant call oa Monday. Ona of our highly esteemed friends of the county wrote us last week as fol'ows: "The Gazette is presenting ? nice, neat and fnll appearance, wh'ch all its readers are enjoying." Thanks. Mr. Joseph B. Holmes, representa? tive of Lexington Lodge, No. 66, K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 February 1901

Two hundred bushels of po? tatoes remove eighty pounds of "actual" Potash from the gk soil. Unless this quantity '_ is returned to the soil, ? :? the following crop will ??vc ?^ materially decrease. We have honks telling: about competition, use and value of fertilizer* for various crops. Hwy ar* sent free. GF.KMAN KALI WORKS. 93 Nassau St., PINNED TO EARTH BY HIS BONES. Glanville Hawk, living on the moun? tain ie.r Dobbin, W. Va., was caught by a falling trea in the woods Friday and both legs were crushed and his tee h were kuocko i out. The bones of one leg were driven through the flesh arid into tbe ground so firmly that cantbeoks Lal to be used to loosen tbe earth so that the man could be freed, ie ie in a tcrions condition. DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP ? A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all r pkt, but jou want some? thing tbat will lelieve and cure the most so.ere and dangerous results < f throat and lung trouble". What skat you do ? Go to a warmer and mure regular ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 February 1901

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 97. No. 9 Lexington, llockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 27. 1901, j JJ 50 a"Year THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, j ? NEBRASKA. TEHMS?Payable in Advance. OneYwar. *100 Six Months. .60 Three Months.^ Single Copy.?? No traveling canvassers are employed. ?Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. 0. order, lEipresg order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual .checks or stamps. The Gazette bas made a clubbing snangement with Colonel Biran whereby we can furnish The Commoner'and Thk Gazette one year for $2-25. cash with order. Send your name and post office address lo THE GAZETTE. Lexington, Va. The Lexington Gazette Year PROFESSIONAL CARDS. fir P. HOI Attorney-at-Law, Lbxisotoh, Va F'XANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney >at-Law, Lbxinoton, Va,' ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Lawl Lexington, Va. J. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 February 1901

The Gazette, 1THUS11KD BT 3 irolay ?*s Oo?xxs.x>any. t?red at tho Vostofficeat Loxlngton, Vai aa second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per ii 'or tra! u inion iud JOc. for each iciuuctiictt i. imea'ter. IO .State Ba A * ociatiou of W ? ns n. in fiamm.'a i w code of et ics, s ,n; t, . ru y, uay adVrTi be ii ii ue vspap rs w, ho at detracting fi./uj the di,mtv of their profess. ?.. This dt-cibi n is in accordance with the spirit of the tunes. The surest way ,anv man?professional or trades? man? o get business ia to seek it where it is 11 be f uud. Why should a lawyer or doctor be citieised for taking ad? vantage of the certain and honorable means of building up a oractice which the adve>tisiug columns of the news? paper afford ? However, lawyers and doctors who de ire to advertise will do so, ode or no code. But there are varicu- ways aud mesns of advertising. A fast developing sentiment in favor of haring alaric percentage of farmers in tie ConHtitutio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 February 1901

PERSONAL. Mrs. J. T. Partlow is visiting a Shadwell, Va. Miss Minnie Pierson bas returnee from a visit to friends at Raphoe. Miss Annette Houston baa returnee from a visit to friends in Baltimore. Misses Lucy and Bessie G aagow, o. South Biter, ara tha guests >i ^rs. M. Miley. Min Mary Ott, of limber Ridge, spent several days of last week with ht/ aunt, Mrs. William Moore. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Corse have re? turned from New York, where they have spent the past four months. Miss Rebekah Sacha has returned from a visit to har sister, Mrs. Soloman Goldman, at Winchester. V.iaa Maty Wright ia visiting her lister, Mrs. Harry Hardy, at Winches ter. J. 0. Cline, of Newport New*, ha* been appointed mail weigher between Lexington snd Balcony Falls. Mr. John W. Shields, of Roanoke, was tha guest of Mr. James M. Sen seney for several u ivs this week. Clifton Forge Review, 21st: Miss Violet Partlow, of Lexington, Va., is a guest at the home of Capt. Butcher. Mr. Herbert Baker, telegrap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 February 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices To raise them success? fully, a fertilizer con? taining at least 8?o Potash should be used. Our books furnish useful information on all subjects relating to ^ crop raising. They are sent free. GERMAN KALI WORKS'' 93 Nassau Street, New York. i^w\^ DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP ? A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right, but you want some? thing that will lelieve and cure the moat se-ere and dangerous results ci throat and lung troubles. What shall you do ? Go to a warmer and more regular climate ? Yes, if possible; if not possible f >r you, then iu either case f*!/> ti e only remedy that has been in tiod i ed in all civilized countries with -uccpbs m sev-re throat and lun? trou le , "B<><cheb'? German Svrup." lt not oniy heals and stimulates the ?Otu s to d s ruy the gorm disense, bu? lla>s i fl >minali >n, causes easy exp*.'. oiati ii, given t gool ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 March 1901

LEXINGTON Vol ET. No." l6" Lexington, Rockbridge Count}, Virginia. Wednesday, March 6. 1901._?{ $1.50a Year \ THE COMMONER, l sued WrviK HOK. W. J. Bald*. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, - ? NEBRASKA. TERMS -Payable la Advance. One Year. Six Months? Three Months Single Copy fl.00 .60 .35 .05 No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on Aew York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks or stamps. I The Gazette has made a clubbing trrangemeiit with Colonel Brvan whereby we can furnish 1 nc Commoner'and The Gazette one year foi $2.25. cash with ord< r. _ Send vonr MUM and post omeo address to THE GAZETTE, LexbigtOat, \a rho Lexington Year PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WP. HOUSTON, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va F^tANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Va KOBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Ya WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law*! Lkxinoton, Va. J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 March 1901

The Gazette, PUBI.ISaBD BT Qftrolay db Oompwny. t*red at the Fostofflceat Lexington, Va as second-class matter. LKQA.L ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 per ni tor <trst tasertlon. aud 50c. foreach outlnuaace thereafter. PLACES WHERE MR. SWANSON EAS NO STRENGTH AT ALL. The Blackstone C'ouri says io the Petersburg Index-Appt ? New, to show the faith that is is us, and to prove no game of bluff is in? tended by the Courier, we make the Index-Appeal the following proposition: Send one of your representatives to Blackstone, If he ia able to find amoigst its 1,700 of population ten Democrats who advocate Mr. Swan? son's nomination tbe Courier will pey the cost of his coming. We belitye we could make the number five, but for safety we name ten. Go with us to Nottoway Courthouse on court day and if one Democrat oat rf ten favors Mr. Swanson we will pay the coat. Go with us to Lunenburg court, and if one out of five is found advocating Mr Swan* son we wi 1 pay tbe cost. lu Ansel , one out of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 March 1901

y LOCAL BREVITIES. lhere was a hrfct and orderly crow in town Monday. Communion services wero he <\ at mojt. of tho churches Sunday mi ming. The Ballimore Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Siuth, will meet at Hagerstown, Md, on the 27th of this month. Hon. Hoke Smith has accepted the Invitation to deliver the address before il' graduating law class of the Univer? sity mst June. The Rev. Mr. Crockett, a "boy" evangelist, has just concluded a revival at tbe House Mountain chapel, about geven miles from town, and there were fifty-two conveisions. Charles Lowe, who moved from Buena Vista to Covington a year ago and kept bar, cut his throat Wednes? day with suicidal intent. He bas a family and was out of work. Up to the present only the names of Hon. William A. Anderson, Prof. H. St. G. Tucker, W. R. Winborne of Buena Vista and Hon. W. B. F. Leech nr? mentioned to represent the Democrats of Rockbtidge in tbe Constitutional Convention, bit none declared as candidate...

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