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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 March 1901

No crcp can be grown without Potash. Supply enough Pot? ash and your profits will bc large; without Potash your crop will be "scrubby." Our books, telling about composition ol fertilizers best adapted for all crops, are free to all tinners. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. i 'ia?aSBSaMSSaaaWBaP POULTRY NOTES. Ne er keep hens over winter to sell in sining. Fow'b th it are shut up should have a c aslant supply of grit. A little fresh meat now and then is reli-hed by a'most anv hea. The ciops ol all fowls to be killed for marka! -hoi"d be en irely empty. lu tjio'iuo ng egcrs fur nurket. pains bauld be talent- prevent them from e ?ominp s ile i and dirty. Nobody wants a ditty egg. lt is an nfa o a' e commentarv upon the iuftb< tis ol he producer and an insu t to ir e dealer and consumer. Ttu women folts of thc larm are by Ux the b'gses' poubry-ra;sere of tbe ??oin. ry, aiui ver\ olten under very dis to r gitg circumstances. DCES IT PAY IO BUY CHEAP? A cheap remedy for coug...

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 March 1901

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE X ??!?!? Hi If Vol 97. No. 1! Lexington, liockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, Mareil 13. 1901. -{?WO a Year TIE COMMOME, Issued Weekly. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ? . NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable ia Advance. One Year. #1-00 Six Months.60 Three Months.35 Single Copy.^ No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. 0. 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 trrangemeut with Colonel Bryan wherebv ?* can furnish The Commonet and The Gazette one year foi $2-25. cash with order. Send your name and post office address t< THE GAZETTE, Lexington. Yu. I'he Lexington Gazette $1.50 Ssl w PROFESSIONAL CARDS. P. HOUSTON, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va Pa?k T. GLASGOW, / Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va* ??* aaaa ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law"! Lex...

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 March 1901

The Gazette, PUBLISHED BY Barclay tte OonapAiiy. ttred at the Postornce at Lexington, Vat. as second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 per \n for Irst insertion and 50c. for each h>ntnuauce thereafter. REPUBLICAN EXTRAYAOAS E Represontativa Cannon, ch irraai of the Cammruitte on Appropriation n.i Representative Livingston, tao fe. i??r Democratic member of ihe comuiiueo, have prepared statements of the appro? priations of the Fifty-sixth Congress, Both place thd total appropriations for the Congress at $1,440,062,545, placing thoes for the first session st $610,130, 852, and for the second at $726,911, 683. Mr. Canoon publishes a table show? ing the expenditures of the previous Congress at $1,568,215,637, and Mr. Livingston makes a comparison with the Fifty-fourth Congress,which appro? priated $1,035,580,273. Ia his statement, Mr. Cannon says: "Ol the total appropriations made at this session at least $30,000,000 will not, in the li^ht of past experience, be trended. This ...

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 March 1901

PERSONAL. Mr, J. ' McCormick ia .eriousl; ill at his - ne et Davis. PoatmasUr A ikerly was ir. Ijncb burg yesterday on business. Mr. J. Y. Clark ii seriously il' *t hi home near Buflalo Mill. alias Grac: Parsona, of Natura Bridge, ie visiting in Waahington. Col. J. D. H.Roaa waa in Rio'.:tnonJ, for several dava laat week. Mr. W. H. McCluer, of Natural Bridge, v.as in Washington laat week Mra. W. P. Leavell and her aiater, Miaa Kate Pendleton, of Wytbeville, are the guests of Mra. S. P. Lee. Th* five children of Captain J. A. McNeil, of Kerr's Cieek, are ill with pneumonia. Mr. Albert Holmes and wife, of Lowell, W. Va. ara tha guests of Mr. ?nd Mrs. J. B. Holmes. Miss Nellie Lee, who bas beea teach inf at Buena Vista, has returned borne, her school having cloned. Th* condition of Mrs. E. Vanovar, who has baan extremely ill for some days is, we ara glad to learn, somewhat improved. ? Mra. Sallie Gilbert and childaeu have gone to Newport Newe to join her hue. band. Mr. Hariy Gilbert. T...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 March 1901

To produce the best results in fruit, vegetable or grain, the fertilizer used must contain enough Pofash. For partic? ulars see our pamphlets. We send them free. GERMAN KALI.WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. _ THE LAST CHARGE. trumpeter, blow on, tcrrlAo and thunderous. Blow till thy bugle outrinr tbe wild raise, Spare cot Ute wounded that writhe and wind SB der us. Drown In our ears all their piercing- death wallal Steady, dragoons I Oct together your forces I Aim at the breast, lor that makes tbe beet targe. Now let us fly like a whirlwind of heroes; Bide like your forefathers! Cavalry, charge I Trumpeter, sound me a dread note and dangerous} Blow to the end of thy desperate breath 1 Blow till the cry ot lt. clinging and clangorous, Call back the squadrons that rode to their death. Close up, dragoons, and ride forward tbs guidon. Trumpeter, blow me once more loud and large I This ls not earth, but dead men, that we ride on; They were your brothers once! Cavalry, charges Trumpeter, s...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 March 1901

THE LEXINGTON Ga^TTE. Vol. 97. No. 11 Lexington. Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, March 20. 1901. ^ ?l,S0a Year THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly. ,<.>' Hom. w. j. -Ibtak. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. OLN, a" . NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable In Advance. One Year. $1-00 Six Months.80 Three Months.35 Single Copy.05 No travelnp canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. 0. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New Tork or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stomps. The Gazette has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and TheGazhite one year for $2.25. cash with order. Send your name and post office address to THE GAZETTE. Lexington. Va. w ROKESMONAL CARL'S. P. HOUSTON, Attorney-at-Law, Lexisck?>, Va F ?XANKT. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law_ Lexington, Va. J. Pbeston Moose. Fr...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 March 1901

.._., ??_ I .- ??-'. ???' ? ? '? ? TtfE Gazette, PUBLISHED BT Barclay eft* Oompaxiy. tued at the Postofflce at Lexington, Va-. assococid-class matter. LEG-AL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per ha for rirflt insertion and 80c. for each lj-tnuance thereafter.__ The Star is the name of an afternoon daily just started in Baltimore. It should become popular in this section, as it reaches here early in the morning after publication, an 1 is an expo lent ot true Democracy as well as a thoroughly up-to-date newspaper. A. B. Cun? ningham & Co. are the publishers, aad the ?uboeription price is $3 a year. Thanks to Dr. James A. Queries, of Washington and Lee University, for a pamphlet eopy of the proceedings ol the third Capon Springe Conference for EJuootion ia ike South; also for a 'Sketch of tbo Life and Charaeter of ion. W. lyne Wilson," by Dr, J, A. Quarles. ^^^^^^^^^^^ The great steel trust will be treated in the April number of The "World's Work, of course, and from the human (that ia the int...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 March 1901

.PERSONAL. Mr. Joseph A. Glasgow hal been ap nointed pclice justice of Staunton te 6V"e?eel Justice Iandra, resig Blrf GevgoH C.iur< a- I 1 ligh? ter, Miss Janie Conor ?? , o' Q _hen, aro visiting M-s. HarnuP, nt 1> - P^rk avenue, Richmond, Va. Rev. Frank Stringfellow ' pulpit of Grace Memorial E Church at both servi.es on B indy text. Bot. T. II. Laird, D. D., pastor of tho First Presbyterian Chirico of Dan? ville, has received a call to the pasto? rate of the First Presbyterian Church at Selma, Ala. Clifton Forge Review, lita : Rev. J. Layton Mauzc, of Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church, preashod two most eloejuent and forceful sermons from Dr. McCorkle'e pulpit Sunday last. Rev. J. L. Mauze, of Timber Ridge and Fairfield Presbyterian churches, elehvered two excellent term one from the pulpit of the Presbyterian church in this p'ace on Sundiy last in the ab? sence o' Dr. Whaling, who is holding a series of services at Blacksburg. Messrs. Herbert G. ".tm! Harold Mc? Cormick, wh...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 March 1901

' undred bushels cf po .ove eighty pounds __tual'' Potash from the jil. Unless this quantity is returned to the soil, the following crop '.viii materially decrease. We ha?e books telling about cor-r~':"'"-v Ml and value cf iCrCJcr. Vj various crjjis. They arc sent (ree. , GERMAN KALI WORKS, 53 Nassau St., New York. CRAZY SOLDIERS FROM THE PHILIPPINES. Charlotte, N. C., March 8.?There Whs an extra car attached to passenger car No. 34, which arrived in Charlotte lust night ever the Southern Railway f.em Ai Ian ta lt was a Pullman sleeper lil'll its occupant* -were insano soldi-rB vio were being brought home from ll ?j Philippinee. They were landed at tS. n Fr neisco a few days ago and vere lhere placed in the car which is ci rnir-g them through to Washington. TLe car centaineei a sergeant and six? teen privates, eveiy ene tf them crazy. Fe ur cr 6ve of the mea were hand? cuffed. The conductor of the train said thal it was ene of the saddest sights rn ever saw, a whole car of people an...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 March 1901

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol 97. No. 13 Lexington, Bor-kbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, March 27. 1901. -{ $1,50 a Year THK COMMON!1,::. Issued Weekly. ? rr* Don If. J. Bbtaji. William J. Bryan, Editor ami FinY'sher. LINCOLN, '- . NEBRASKA. TERMS?t'ayable in Advance. OneY.'ar. $1.00 Bb Months.CO Months.35 Bingle ( <>i>v.05 No tm* ling obj ?? employe I, Ten* ocal agents sent upon application. A -lu'iilfl be senl by P. 0. ord< r. 1 .uer or hy bank drall on New Tmi i Cbjoago. J'o i.oi send Individual ;hv. ? 1 or stamps. The (Suzette has made ti clubbing sm "gemeut arith Colonel Bryan whereto ri Inrnlsta Tue Commoner aivl i'm: (-a/. .. one year foi $2.95, r-lisli with oi <li r. Bend your nam*, and poatoffloi addrest tn TUE GAZETTE Lexlnj,t"ul Va, l'ROM-IsMl NAI. CAI WP. HOUSTON, Attorney at-l.ii'v Ll-vinihiin, Va BIAK* t. GLABOOW, Attorney-ai Law, Las ROBERT CATLBTT, Attoniay-at-Law, LkxnraTON. Ya WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law J. PkESTOX MOOKE. Lexington, Va. Ekank Mook ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 March 1901

/ ?. The Gazette* PUDL1SHKD BT Oarolay t*? Oomp??y. trred at the Poetofficeat Lexington, Va as second-class matter. In Richmond the candidates for tho constitutional convention are required to pledge themselves to support the next national Democratic ticket. The fact that Senators Daniel and Mar tia are so proaounoed in their ad* voeacy of Mr. Swanson's nomination for Governor dees not necessarily strengthen that gentemane chances. While the voters in other sections o f the State are much exercised over the coming Constitutional Convention, and the selection of delegates thereto, Lex? ington and Rookbri ige are singularly apathetic, no ono having announoed himself a candidate for election, and only among a few politician! has the uamo of a candidate been suggested. Tbe b*-st joke of the season is said ? o bo Mr. Bryan's offer of six dollars to Ulr- Cleveland to state in the former's piper \\ bat he thinks are Democratic ] linciples. Most people think that the fundamental Democratic ...

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 March 1901

PERSONAL. Mr. Paul M. Penick and wife ai visiting in Danulle, Va. Mr. Charles L. Tankerslev, of Wash ington, D. C., was in town this week. Miss Nollie Lee left Mont]ay fo Washington city for a brief sojnrn. Dr.Samuel McPheeters, Glasgow, o Nashville, Tenn,, is visiting h's lather Mr, W. A. Glasgow. Mr, L. Lazarus, a prominent businesi man of Lynchburg, ws i a caller at Tm Gazette office today. Dr. Hugh S. Whita left this week foi Arizona where he expects to locate anc practice his profession Mrs. William h. Wilson and famil*. expect to move Friday to their formei heme in Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Albert Holmes, who has been tisiting Mrs. J. B. Holmes, has return? ed te her home at Lowell, W. Vf. Mrs. Fran'"' T. Glasgow left Satur day morning for Raleigh, N. C., having been summoned there by the death of her cousin, Miss Fannie McPheeters. Among those who graduated before the State Board of Pharmacy at Rich? mond last week as registered pharma? cist, was Mr. John T. Partlow, of Lexin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 March 1901

cc Vegetables bring high prices. 'Po raise them success ., a fertilizer con ling at least $% ? ,tafh should be used. bjolcs furnish useful information on all subj ICtS relating to rop raisings They arc ? : free. GERMAN KALI WORKS^ 93 Nassau Street, Haw York. ?v TWENTY MILLIONS IN GOLD From Alaska during the year 1900, Five millions of this came from the Nome district. Government officials estimate the output from the Nome il i-trict will be doubled the coming s?ason. The Bluestone, Kougarok and Pilgrim rivers bave been found very rick lhere is hardly a creek from Pin Clarence to Norton Sound in which th- precious metal is not lound, and hu d;eds of cr e sunprospected. A rica > trike hus been made on the Yellow Lirerj ? tributary of ihe Kusk"kwi'u, x orf iiin:or'uationrej_ardingroutes, luiship accz-masi-lations and rates to B poin'.s in Alaska, address C. N. Sou her, General Agfnt, Passenger Department, C. M. k St. P. ft'y- 95 Adams Street, Chicago. Distkessi>-ij Stomach Diseab...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 April 1901

r i.T-aaaar ??*? | H LEXINGTON" Gaz^TTE Vol. 9~ No. !4 Lexington, Ko ibridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, April 3. 1901. i$L6Q a Year THK COMMONER, I?S3UH Weekly. Hon. W. J. Brtan. William J. Bryan, J xlitor and Publi-her. LINCOLN, _ : NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable in Advance. One Year. fl.OO SixMonths.00 Three Monlhs.35 Bingle Copy.08 No trnveTng orara-Mere aro employed, Terms for local agent - -em nj rm ap] All money should Ire sent l.y P. O. order, Express order, or by bank draft mi New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks or stamps. The Gazette has made a clubbing r.rrangemont with Colonel Bryan whereby we can finnish The Commoner and Tun Oazkttk one year for $2.2"i, cash with older. Send your name and poet offloe addr< - I THK GAZETTE, Lexington. Va. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W P. HOUSTON. Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Ya F1ANKT. GLASGOW, A rney-at-Law, Lexington, Va DOBERT CATLSTT, Lt Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law" Lexington, Va. J. Pi:e3Ton Moorex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 April 1901

The Gazette. IT BUSHED BY B.irolRy ct> Oomp*ny. Enttred at tbe Post-mee at Lexington, Va-. as second-class matter. Whatever opinion political prejudice rn ?> cans? * man to profess, we don't believe ih<?t any intelligent mao really bel eves that .iu illiterate man ought to vote; but when property qnalification ia advocated?tbat is another question. ssssssssssssssBMsssasassassasaassssw The destruction of the b autiful Jefferson Hotel in Richmond by fire last Friday nijfht is a serious less to oar progressive capital city. Tbs edi flee was of tha most ornate of its kind in the country and could be counted ara od g the Know places in Richmond. "What will he do with bim?" is now the question that many Republicans and jin? >es are asking, in respect of the curse Mr. McKinley will pursue toward the captured leader of the Fili? pinos. Some .4 tuena answer it them ?han, br say ug he should be treated u^ "Jtiff Davi?" w?s. If he be, he will oe chained to the floor of a prison for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 April 1901

MViVftiViWiV.iesi.l Evcri JMolher, I or otl.1." *.- assay" Sold by best Dru PERSONAL. Mr. Robert T. McLeod, of tbe Audi? tor's Office, waa in town Monday. Governor Tyler haa commission* d Colonel John D. Letcher a notary pubhe. Mrs. Nannie Baier is on a rieit to friends in Charlottesville and Wash? ington. Mr. W. H. Partlow, conductor on the C. & 0. bag move his family from Lexington to Alexandria, Va. Mr. Robert A. Fulwiler, of tbe Old Dominion Son, Staunton, was in town Monday in tbe interest of that paper. Miss Maggie Hogshead, who bas been visiting Miss Netti* Waddell, bas returned to her borne in Middlebrook. Mayor J. D. Anderann is confined to his room by sickntaia. Councilman Pani M. Penick is acting mayor in hia stead. Rtv. D. P. Jinkio, after a short visit to Mr. and Mrt>. Wm. P. Irwin, left last week for Texts to enter upon bis duties as an evangelist Miss Maggie Freeland and sister, Mrs. Lea is, and mee*, Miss Lewis, bare returned from a visit to Norfolk and Richmo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 3 April 1901

large; ?: \ Potash your crop will be "scrubby." t>ur Ixxiks. telling about composition ol fertilizers Us' aJai'teJ for all crops, are free to aM fanners. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. ^T WENIY MILLIONS IK GOLD From Alaska during the year 1900. Five millions of this came from tho Nome district. Government officials estimate the output from the Nome district wilt be doubled the coming season. Tbe Bluestone, Kougarok and Pilgrim rivers have been found very rich. There is hardly a creek from Pori Clarence to Norton Sound in whieh the precious metal is not found, and hundreds of crc-e'isunprospected. A iich strike has been made on the Yellow tiver, a tributary of the Kaskokwino. Forf 'li information regarding routes, steamship accDmratrlations and rates to ail pointe in Alaska, address C. N. Sou her, General Agent, Passenger Depirtment, C. M. & St. P. R'j, 95 Adams Street, Chicago. Distressing Stomach Disbasz Permanently cured by the masterly po^er of South America* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 April 1901

THE LEXINGTON Vol, 97. No. 15 Lexington, Rockbridgt ? ouaty, Virginia, Wednesday, April 10. 1901. {$l,60a jar THE COMMON EB, Issued Weekly. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, 8 . NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable in Advance. One Y**r. 8100 Six Months.60 Three Months.35 8lngle Copy.05 No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be st nt by P. O order. Express order, or by bank draft on 2s'ew Tork or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. The Gazette ha** ade a lubbicg errangeme^c with Colonel Brya\ whereby we can furnish The j Commoner and Thk Gazette one year for $2.25. cash with order. Send your name rind post office address to TUE GAZETTE. Lexington. Va. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W P. HOUSTON, Attorncy-at-Law, Lexixg.ox, Va F R 1AN1 T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lkximiton, Va' OBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Lawl' Lexington, Va. J. Pbistos Moore. Fr.ask Moos MOORE i MOORE, Attom...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 April 1901

The Gazette, poeueams nv Barclay ?*? Ooxata-aPaaxa-y. nt'Totl at the Postofl.ce at Lexington, Va assocond-clrt-s mutt Wuolesi lea'insr from tue U. S Commissar, Department, in Manila, ha- neen discovered, and some ol tbe guilty ffficias hare bren arrested. This rn not anrpii i g- Since there ?were colonial thora bas been crooked? ness connect^wii^govorning them. The shirt*aist"craze has invaded the dignified precincts of the la*. The Indiana Bar Association requested the Supreme Court to wear shirtwaists after May 1. The reason assigned for tha action is that the trial of cases during the heated term is attended with great inconvenience because of the torrid temperature, and that if the judges would eonsent to wear sbirt wa;sis the attorneys would generally conform to the custon*, and there would be no necessity for lawyers pull? ing oft their coats and collars, ai is so frequently the case when engaged in fierce legal battles during the summer ?months. _ Hon. John H. Reagan, the onl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 10 April 1901

'AhWcWMaVa, Some "Soon to be Mothers' _QUIN ANO SCAR IT aa.4 othera have months ol peace and comfort pasing throngh the -weary time before confinement. T*av latter attain this ee-te by using externally the uniq; *ta* "Mather's Friend"* Ita beneficent Inflnence wakes child be.- .lng a plea1 -e, as it relievea all nervousness, headache, p*.':ia and nan., A custoarr. whae* vlf. vied ' Mother's Friend." says that if sh. '' ut four bottles were to he hem. CHO. I Seal by *x~es* paid aa rtcelot of price. 0a . Bothers, .amled " Motherhood," malled free. Birourh th* ordeal .raia, aud but foot trotties faso ues vottia, ba weald bar. tl* _ - vi to pr. ihtaltvd and e - cost wn? CHO. LAYTON, DrufcgUt, Daytc '?WOlAtoteivtMir of price. Ol per betti*, nook for expectant ed " Motherhood," malled free. TBUB BBaVRClO RC?t UTVB CO., Atlanta. Ca, l?DST*a.? ant uiiva ?.v., nuanio, l.a. a_" MoiaVer-a aTliena ls seld by Ul Drurgisu. "^x PERSONAL. Mia-* Lamb, of Richmond, ia ihe guest of Mr.. William 1, Shi...

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