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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 May 1901

??JS ncsscsj 'SM-SOAV nv* KVKH3D ?*_) suss mr /mix ^doJ-) tnoucA joj soaangut) jo onpiA puc ;>sn *sjopnod_c*o jnoqc SujllJ> ^oo<\ oau:| ,r \_ ttiav doJD SutMOflOJ O^^ ?jtos sip oj pDUjruaj si ^3 Xiput^nb slip ssojufl 'ijos Sip uiojji[sbjoj <(pnpTJ? jo spunod XnjSp oAoiusj sao;m ?od jo sigqsnq pojpnnq o^j __ AUTISTIC PUBLICATIONS ISSl'ED BY The BALiiaoRE & Ohio Railroad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. Tlie Passenger Department of the Bait! more _ Ohio Uallroad have issued a Guid to WashiiiL'ton, which in many respects ex i- ls all oilier guides published, both 1 artistic appearance and careful deserlptio of points of interest in tho Capital City. Th front cover of the book is embellished wit a ha idsome steel engraved portrait of th "Stuart" Washington. The reverse cove !>. u> au American Hag in the grasp of a eagle. The inside pages contain receu photographs of all the Government Build inga with oorreot information ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 May 1901

_THE LEXINGTON Ga^i_.TTE. _ Vol ,t\] 2! Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, May 22. 1901. -{ $1,50 a Year cri-miT pvnT!D?Tnv niTlf.9 I U TT Iii Iii Lr* T> __!_"_]__,:.. n;. Issued Weekly Hos. W. J. __t_n. "William J. Bryan Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, J 1 MEBRAW TERMS?Payable in Advance. One Year. . Six Months. Three Months. Single Copy. No travel n;,' eanvnssers are emplo; Terms for local agents sent upon applk-at All money should bo sent by P. (). or< Express order, or by bank draft on I Tork or Chicago. Do not send indivic chocks or stamps. The Gazette has made a clubbing arrangement \ Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish ' Commoner and The Gazette one year $2-25. cash with order. Send vour name and post office add res THE GAZETTE, Lexington. Vi ] riOFESSlPNAT, CARDS. WP. HOUSTON, At'orney-at-Law, L-XIX-TOK, Vi F-ANKT. GLASGOW, Attorney-r.t-Law, Lexington, V. ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, V. WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law*;* L_XI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 May 1901

The Gazette, ITB-ISH-D BT Harelay e*? Oo___li___x nttred at the Postoflleoat Lexington, as second-class matter. Editorial Netta. Tbe governors of our colonies tr in <<tvle. The yacht Mayflower car Gov. Allen back to Porto Rico. J- Piorpont Morgan is said to < e-nplate foreclosing his mortgage on Republican party and ta_ing_an of Rear Admiral Selil.y retains his h on the people by keeping bia mo shut, even uader provocation. If Democrats had tho naming of next Republican candidate for Pr. d<nt, he Heath made Hanna lo m ould be a ture winuer. Virginia Democrats have arran j to get ccnsideiable excitement out the choosing of a State ticket, which rat nra], as the choice will be equi val to election, The threat of tho Steel trust re nee -wages if the 'ariff ia taken t el gi od nets if* ;another good real ty it should be taken off. That understanding betfeen I administration and the Cuban com tut ional Convention seems to be little slow in mate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 May 1901

tiitWtWHitWmtm^ "MOTHERHOOD" l vj.-.- rs*, Mil """^SttL. 9EMT FRLE dT tells plain facts that everyone of the Rentier .ex fjz^fi^!*? ,;* ought to know. Its common sense advice saves pain, trouble and anxiety. One or more copies sent upon request, to one person or to different ad? dresses. If the readers of this announcement know.of expectant mothers, they will do them a great favor by rnr having this book sent to them. Address the publishers, fuirgs. THE B___DFI___. hec-L-Tob co.. atlanta.6a. Personals. Mr. Edwin Miler, of Nor'olk, is visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mis. M. Mfley; Mr. Howard Rhodes of the .Roanoke poet-office was in Lexington tbis week visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary A. Rhodes. Mrs. G. D. Smith and daughter, Miss Florence Smith, of Charlottes? ville, were the <*uests of Mrs. Nannie Baier th;s week. The Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Hutton attended the annual banquet of the Knights Templars, held in Staunton last Thursday ni?>ht. Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Myers h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 May 1901

;>;v i an XaejL ??"?!"L J^ o; 2u;iv|oj i-pjfqnj ur uo uoiirwuoju; jnpsn t|s*umj s*.ooq jho pasn oq p{noi{s ipmoj -g 2sroj ix? Suiuica ll OD J3ZIJPJ3J CJ^ITO -SS3DDnS UI31J3 SSIEJ OJ, ?sDoud uSur Suuq sXtjmjtj A* i -H. PDBLIOA 1UN ntcn n The Baliimore & Ohio Wailhoad. GUIDE TO WASHINGTON. The Paaeeuger Departmenl ol the Balli? more & Ohio Railroad have leaned a CJuide to Washington, whioh In many respects ex (??ls all other unldea published both ii' artistic appear* <? and earful dearriptloii of points ol int -rest lu the Capital City. The frontcever of the book ie embellished with a handsome steel enclaved port!ait of the "Btu?rt" Washington. The reverse cover bears aa American Hag in the grasp of an eagle. The inside pages c ntain leeenl photographs of all the Government Build? ings with correct information concerning them, together willi other Interesting feat? ures of the etty, and the very litest mop. Copies will bo sold at the princ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 May 1901

' THE LEXINGTON T,.?So,w--.-r::7^^f,..?,,.virolni..wodr^ay,M,y29.liK>i. Itu*.*-*. -?--?- ^-?. ?? *r -sn . tut: commoner, ZZT l Issued Weekly. > William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, i : NEBRASKA TERMS?Payable in Advance. One Year. |1.00 Six Months.60 Three Months.35 Single Copy.05 No travel ng canv ssers ut employed. Terms for loeal agents sent upon application. All money should be sem by P. 0. order. Express order, or by ba k draft on New "York or Chicago. Do nol send Individual ehecks or stamps. he Gazette has made a clubbing arrangement with Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish The Commoner and Thk Gazette one year for $2.25, cash with order Send your name and post offlee address t<* THE GAZETTE, Lexington, Va, !'P(VFE$***10NAr* CARDS. 11? P. HOUSTON, V V Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va* F Et **ANKT. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va, JERT CaTLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-LawV Lexington, Va. J. Prest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 May 1901

The Gazette. PUBLISHED BY O-irolay _b Company t ? l .it the I'nstomce at Lexington, Vin as second-class uiattor. Editorial Notes. The country joins Mr. M"K nb' ? ' tj.-i-i' z it tie weam ngy mii-culoui ia ly nj, o. .Mia >1'.'K air. Hon. "Willi nu Jennings Bryan m.l Hon. WiMuui McKinly both havo signed to write articles "in The Calyx, is ne 1 by (lie Stud ns of Washington an l Lee UnUeraity, as a memorial to the 1 ito "William L. TVUsod, who was President of tho University. The republican party cannot do- the democrats a greater favor than by ndvoa'ipg the puichaso of the malodorous Panama Canal by the V. S* Tolelo'-- ehurchas are to forma trust. Wonder if these people think heaven is controlled by a trust? Toddy has not endorsed the Hanna boom, but Teddy dosen't count fer much ia republican councils theia days. Hon. A. P. Gorman, cf Md. is showing his usuol longheadedness by sawing wood and allowing the other fellows lo do the talking. It ii tagiq-iog to look as though Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 May 1901

1 The.Oriie-ai is Trying Childbearing is a perfectly natural fu"c tion, but it is robbed of its a. rors where the virtue of "Mother's Friend" is known. This unique liniment, applied externallv, relaxes all the muscles, so that The ordeal ls Easy rrltesi "'Moth.r's Friend' uakc. it worth the money." m. ,-|. \ h><< .ur JIXATOR co.. Atlanta, Ga. WILL BOLT, of Lynnsrllle has Nie****] snj wife of all cramp ?*/f iras ptiinUss." . Sol-* by ?ll he.t Dru^frUti, Sent by erpn^s prepii I "?* re-eipt ot nricc, SLOO per Lottie. ?' Motherhood." a book lot Sl-OtBcn anti elrk, mailed free. Personals. Capt. W. F. Pierson was elected mayer ofLexingf on without opposition Mr. M. G. Smith,of Fmcastle,accon. panied bj his bother John, ia visiting relatives here. Mr. Louis Penning od, of Staunton spent several days with friends and relatives here last weeek. Rockbridge elected "Wm. A. Ander? son and J. W. Gilmore, Democrats, to the convention by over 400 majority. About 10...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 May 1901

No crop I can bc ^ grown without Potash. Supply enough Pot? ash and your profits will bc large; without Potash your crop will be "scrubby." Our Hooks, niling akout composition ol fertilizers best uJuptcJ for all croi'N ure lice to all farmers. GERMAN KAll WORKS, ?_! N.^sju St., New York. \ . , A * NS issrin nv lllK IVw i... K .V O..IO AtLUOAT) GI li)K TO . ASiilNGTON T'-,. I',- ? * '?? a-.t "f the Balti i (Juhle ... . .n, *\ls OX j j** ni o* *? .uincs put'lishod both in a ?\v apo-iiM'C'e and eareful description i ?'- .i|* ta'<'itv. The a* .imbelilsbed with , , ugoaved portrait of tho gi i. The reverse cover ? i Ila- in Hi'' grasp Ol an i i . *? 'iit.'iin reoeat - .? I, i , uovernnieut Build in Kunial ion eoncorni nu ,.'.ner .Mill otlier interesting fcat .,..- ol ihe city, and tile very Incest map. Copies will l*e sold it the principal ticket offices ol tbe Baltimore & Ohio Railroad for ; ii 10 ' cents cash, or will be mailed to any address on receipt of fiftee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 June 1901

Vol. 97. No. .3 THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Lexington, Eockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday June 5, 1901. "*q { $1,50 a Year '!' UM MOJN iv, I_.uc_ Weekly TT^s W. **. Basal. William J. Biyan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ? : NEBRASKA TERMS?Payable in Advance. One Year. -11.01 S!t Months.cn Tl-ree Months.35 M>__>1 un.0,*) _fo ti-TeTng canv.sMrs are employed, '< n s foi local Monta sent upon application. All uon-; should be sent by P. 0. order. Express order, oi bj bank Irafl on Nev York or Chicago Do not i-end individual ehei' - oi' i-Uunpc. HE Gazette* !:n^ nado a .'-'oId. i.rrangement "itu Colonel Bryan wberebj wo eau furnish Th( Commoner and Ti?kOaz_TT1 one year foi -*-?."'. cash witH order. Be 1 your name and post office a '-lr,-.?s to th;: c.'?.; :te. Lexington, V i. ll.0__-.S-ION.-l. < ai;d VV P. HOUSTON, Attorney-at-Law, L-HK-TO-if, V F't.VNKT. OLA.GOW, Attor. ey-at-Ln.., Lxxutctox, V ij ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-nt-T.c.r, Lkxix itoh, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 June 1901

The Gazette. P.BM.nED BT Barclay db Company t .red at the Poetofflceat Lexington, Va as aewond-class matter. _?_-___?_-? i - . - - Editorial Notes. Ring cotton seems in danger of being ?upp anted by King oil in TexaB. Mr. John Sheridan don't cut any ice if be d- es own the ice factory. He has hands hired for tbat bu*ine-s8. The five tro ley victims in Brooklyn serve as a reminder that the trolley ?till holds ifs own as a man-killer. Senator Tillman is not a gcod man to try to duff. Senator McLaurin should have known tbat as well as anybody. It is boped that Secretary Root hat backbone enough to live np to hie deus on not to re nstate tho.e dismisser We.t Point cadets. The bi_r life insurance eompaniei ar<- thinking of tating a whack at The "rhristisn ecientats," by refusing t issue policies on them. Tom Reed will hardly miss th* chance to even hi-* tcoie with Joe, Manley, who is a candidate for the republican nomination for governor of Maine. To the suprise of roany "comr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 June 1901

?? _aa*a__*-____ A New Comer Expected 'It will bring joy and comfort, especially if its birth is made easy to the mother. Children born Under painful circumstances or sur? roundings before cf during accouchement are rarely strong, hearty and healthy. Parenta and relatives should recommend a trial of "Motbem'8 Monti" for external use. It is a simple and effective liniment, relieving all pain by relax? ing the muscles. There is nothing like it in the world, sm Sold by all nruerttts, er Mst byeapress paid on receipt af price. 91 per bottle. THK nBADFIKUD HKsa I.ATOR CO., Atlanta. Ua. Wotttnt srotnui should or a little book re publish on " Mother ood. It la free. mmmwrnmrnw^mwrnv Personals. Mr, Proston Allin is at home for tht lUmmor Mum Elizabeth Boss io visiting ii Kentucky. Dr. M. B. Barclay, -and wife, o: Chicago, -aro tho -jtuest of Dr. Barclay'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Barclay, Tbo constitutional convention, wkiefa will moot in Richmond on Wednesday of next week, will be compo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 June 1901

To produce the best results n fruit, vegetable or grain, the fertilizer used must contain -trough Potash. For partic? ulars see our pamphlets. We send them free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. ARTISTIC P.BLKA IONS ISSIED HY i'ltE Bu.I-t-OsU & Ohio RAILROAD, GUIDE H '.YASHIN-TON. Tho Pueseucw Dapastmaut of the Balti more A 0 ito Railroad hare issued a Cuidt ? i VVashl -I d, which In many respects -sn ,. ar truldee published both ii i mee and careful deerrlptioi mt ivst in the Capital City. Th* oi the hook ie embellished wltl ,- eagjaved portrait of th* ? ?gt?ii Tho rover.se eovei ?i i ? iii t ' ? gia-p of ai v ta u lt. li , , , ,veiumeut Uuim l iuf.iiu.U.on 0-B<-_ral_| h othor interesting feat ci'.., and the very latest ump ? ? -ol' at Ute principal ticket alor. <_ Ohio Railroad foi -3h. or will bc mailed to am ? _ipt oi fifteen (15) cents ii o it ion to the undersigned. BABO-sB WHY." >y" is a forty-two pugo pam Qondensed form...

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

THE LEXINGTON Ga__.j_.TTK Vol. 97. No. .4 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, Juno 6. 1901. |$1,50a Year I ?=? _^S TIIK COMMONER, ""?"' f Issued Weekly.^ William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ? ? NEBRASKA TERMS?Paysble In Advance. OneYt-ar. $1.00 Six Months.60 Three Months.86 Single Copy.05 No trnvel'ng canvassers are employed. Terms f?>r local ageuts sent upon application. All money should be sent by Y. O. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New Tork or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks or stamps. HE GaZKTTK has made a clubbing t rraDgwnifitt will Colonel Bryan whereby we can luraish TN Commoner and Tai Uazbttb one year f< 9U&. cash with ord*.. Send your name and po.t office address tc ''hf. o.vzrrn iiUll. > . P, HOI ST> ?_. At omni -.i -1 ? I *IN- .- .N, \ A (ANET. GI.ASi.i" Attorney-i?t-La-, Lexington, Va I. OBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va, WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law*; Lkx...

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

The Gazette. PUBLISHKn BT 1 arolay -Ss Oompan. t?red at the Postof_.cc at Lexington, Va assenond-class matter. Editorial Notes Mr. McKinley now ha. doubts ol the power of Senator McLauin ac converter. Mr. McKinley's reciprocity halo may in time bid- the marks of tbe higt protection he_dgeer he wore for st many year., but it has not yet d.ne so Tba appointment of Americai teachers for the public schools in tht Philippines, thereare to bs about ? thousand of tnem.seems to be regarde, by the war Department as republics] pap. Count Waldersee leaves China af te having smirched his reputation as soldier and without having accomplish anything creditable to himself, hi country, or the allied troops whic' obeyed his orders. If know it alls outside of the South ?who p-r.ist i? airing their ignoranc on the negro problem, could b muzzled, there would soon be n negro problem. One editor has been found who say there is no difficulty in understandin; what Justice Brown meant in hi opinion accompan...

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

Relief for the Gentler Sex "Mother's Friend"is a special friend during the nine trying months before childbirth. It is a simple liniment of marvelous power, and, by it relaxation of the muscles, allays ail nervousness, re? lieves distressing headaches, cramps and nausea. lt In a blessing In a bottle, robbing confinement of all its pain. " Mother's Friend " is aold by all responsible drug-gists st 91 ;0? pop bottle. If it cannot be found, we will send it by express prepaid any? where in the United States upon receipt of price. Titi: ltn%11KIKI.lt BB--__aTOIt CO., Atlnntn, On. We publish a book on " Motherhood " ti.ai every, ouc es thc gentler tex ran have mailed free upon request wmmnm mWa^aWuW. _F ' OK for >-flirtI" /Il J'ersonais Miss Laura Pieison has rt turned from Cincinnati. Mrs. Thornton Whaling has gone South to visit her molher. Dr. John Davidson, of Richmond, is visiting Mends in Lexington Examination*! are iu pio-zress at Washington and Lee University. Our ice-p...

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

_r ??PNb hundred bushels of po ' tators remove eighty pounds ^ ol" ? "actual'' Potash from the ||k soil. Unless this quantity ||J^, is returned to the soil, the following crop wfll materially decrease. We hare boole* telUng at**" composition, use and value of fertilizers for various crops. T*h*y ar* wot free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. VR li -il IC PU.5L CA IONS ISSUED by . he BU-fut re & Ohio *(aiu*-oad. QUITO TO WSllINGTON Tin* i 'iiHstM g*r IV'iartiiieut <>f the Bu ii moi AO olia! >a I li v- isaue I a Ou . t I ? li atoii, hi'"t? i" in ,,'tt- *'ct8 "* c is il oi'?*i .uiot'B puolaii'M both arti- I ? apprtafaitetj aiid i"U*'ful dew ri|>tu>i of palm- int ribilii t.io ap ta Ity. Tu frontcev.-rof t >?? book is ? tu'>elli&hed wir a handso'ii* st*e engjaved porti *a of th, "Stui't" *' s'i' Rt* ' H.- r-verse <*'V ? h. ar.- m A; * m ia t gm of un ..,g... I'd i -u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 June 1901

THE LEXINGTON Vol. 97. No, 26 ? Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, June 62. 1901. i tfgOa Y~ THE COMMONER Issued Weekly."" . William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ?? ? NEBRASK. TERM8_ftPay__)e in Advance. One Year. .1.0 Six Months.0 Three Mont hs.3 Single Copy.0 No travel ng 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 Nev York or Chicago. Do not send indlvidua checks or stamps. HE G-ZFTTE has made a clubbing i rraDgement wMi Colonel Bryan whereby we can furnish T? < Com monet and Tll.itlTTI one year In s.2-2">, cash with ord?r. Send your HUM ead rx>?t office addi- ss ? iii O Z TTE *\ ' ii vu nej-ai-Lav., .Lexington, Va' \ \Jt" T. '.I.vsonv f Vtt<'rney-at-L?w, Lkxinoton, Va, >OBERT CATLETT, . Attorney-at-Law, ^Lexington, VaJ WT. SHIELDS, Attorneyat-Law* mm Lexington, Va. J. PitxeTON Moore. Prank Moor MOOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 June 1901

The Gazette! POB-ISII-- I!Y a.'vi'.-iay __> Oo-_x?_-^v**-7" t???_attbC INj.tofll-tft.1 I. ixlngtohj Va natter. itoriai Notes nd inti il boom. Re? ward i r rot irn to l'o ld)- it, Qjater Bay X V. ..-.ir::,i nt frm p rtitioi will probably * e fouu I to tver_lstr.ng strings attached t< it. Sena or Jones, of Nevada, a-vises the country to keep an eye on Mayor Tom L. Johnson, of Cleveland. It is. doing it. A wiie man--in his own mind?savs "the South is looking flfter busino=s". "Wonder if be Cnn un mo a section of tho country that isn't? Find out 3Ir. McKinley's favorite for tho Republican Proa, leutial nomi? nation and you will be iu striking dis? tance of tbe candidate. Senator Qa*j seems determine-! lo make all the money possible before ho gives up tho control of tho Republican machine in Pennsylvania. lteceut nows from the Transvaal justifies President Kruger's rafu-al ti consider auy terms <>f,-BS&*U t-i-S, *a'j _ot prov.'.._ f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 12 June 1901

aa* i a nli._-_n ;sW_W_V__V_W_M^^^^ Doctors and Midwives Recommend "Mother's Friend" because lt is used externally In cases of the delicate situation of expectant mothers. It is a constant re? lief, robbing chlldbirfli of Its terrors, internal reme? dies are dangerous. " Mother's Friend " ls a blessing in a bottle. There is nothing like it. ?' Th? mother of three children, who suffered _reat1y lu the birth of no, I ve .inptun. ,.,rhc obtained a bottle of ' Mother's Friend ' al my ilruc store before her fourth confinement, and was relieved tjuickly. All mothers who has. med lt acree their labor was shorter and less painful." _ JOHN C. POLHILL, Macon, Ga. Sent by express paid on receipt of price. t?l uer hottlo. nook, ? containing sensible advice an I teltim ' Mntherhood," mailed free to ladies THU -lLUlUIL- HEG-LAT-R CO.. Atlantis, da. Personals lilias Mary McCrum, of Colorado, i the guest of Alis, Piul Peni._. Miss Minnie Newman, or Hariieon buiy, is tee guest of Mrs. C. M. Dold Mr....

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